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'Most remote island' creates massive marine protection zone
"245 permanent residents has created a Marine protection zone. To safeguard wildlife in an area of the South Atlantic three times the size of the United Kingdom, the government of the British overseas territory, which calls itself the most remote inhabited island on Earth, said Friday That fishing and other extractive activities will be banned from an area of 242,000 Square miles territory. Officials say the sanctuary will be the biggest no take zone in the Atlantic Ocean and the fourth largest anywhere in the world.
Under Your Feet
"You may remember Charles Wilson Peel as the man featured in episode thirty four all about museums in Philadelphia's independence hall above the very room where the declaration of Independence was signed. He opened a museum to display a whole bunch of unusual things. There were mammoth skeletons, ancient artifacts, a wily and well traveled little prairie dog and a wall full of portraits of very important people. He painted those VIP portraits himself appeal among everything else was a remarkable artist and the paintings that he made of the many people who lived in the late seventeen hundreds are some of the best of the time period. We should remember that in the seventeen hundreds there was no television or computers there weren't even photographs. So the average person would probably never actually catch a glimpse of someone famous like George Washington or Ben Franklin and person. which meant that they might not know what they really looked like. Isn't that funny thing to consider if you were alive at the time and wondered what a person look like looking at a portrait was just about the only way to see a famous face. So, curious people were happy to pay Peale's museum admission to see paintings of these very important people and finally put faces with the names they had heard about all the time, the old animal parts and the little prairie dog that peel had on display. Just a nice bonus. Now Peel was just one man and he couldn't paint everyone. Appeal portrait was typically an honor reserved for only the most notable people, presidents, founding fathers, famous personalities. You had to do something pretty special to get appeal portrait. And here's another thing to keep in mind. This was the seventeen hundreds in America and the early eighteen hundreds. So all of the faces that tended to fit those descriptions at that time were white faces. All except for one. On the wall that peel filled from floor to ceiling portrait's in his museum, one painting certainly stuck out to any visitor. It was the face of a black man and he was very old. And the dark skin on his narrow face was accented by white tufts of beard hair in the painting. He's wearing a knit cap on his head. Mike one you'll probably be getting out soon with the rest of your winter clothes. If you haven't already the old man's eyes looked bright and strong and his expression was one of satisfaction. It's an incredible face to look at and many people have wondered who was this man in a way the portrait happened by accident. In eighteen nineteen peel had traveled from his home in Baltimore to Washington DC to paint James Monroe the fifth president of the United States. while. They're peels. Curiosity was piqued when he heard about a free black man who is a practicing Muslim and who not only owned a home in nearby. Georgetown but was a successful business man who had helped finance the bank. This was remarkable and because this was forty six years before the civil war and the end of slavery, it was very unusual. This man was called Yaro Mahmoud. And people said he was one hundred and forty years old. That part was fake. He was probably around eighty at the time but everything else was true. Peel had to make a special trip across the Potomac River to meet Yaro talk with him about his life and have him sit for a very unusual portrait. Painting portraits takes a lot of time as you might imagine, which means there's plenty of time to talk, and that's what Yaro did. The little that we know about him today is mostly because Peel wrote much of it down. It's a pretty amazing story and one that challenges our ideas of the people who were living and thriving in. America at the time. In the year. Seventeen. Fifteen euro was only fourteen when he was captured and taken from his home in West Africa he like millions of other men, women and children was victim of the slave trade. People were kidnapped from their lands, take into another and forced into Labor. Euros people were known as the Fulani and it is believed that his family were wealthy Muslim leaders in this community. Historians think this because Yaro knew how to read and write both in the Fulani language as well as Arabic. Later in his life he learned to read and write a bit of English as well. Making him literate in three languages. That's a feet for anyone at the time but especially unusual for someone who would live much of his life and slavery. Most. Enslaved people would be kept from learning to read and write at all. But for euro, it helped him stand out. After the terrible journey on a slave ship across the Atlantic Ocean Yaro landed in Maryland where a man named Bell bought him directly off the boat. Everything and everyone Yaro new was gone never to be seen again, the man who legally purchased him was a wealthy farmer who owned several properties that depended on the work of enslaved people, farms, watermills, things like that pretty quickly though bell figured out that Yaro was more well suited for work other than hard plantation labor luckily, for Yaro, his education lead to another old, he became what is known as a body servant. In this role young Yaro traveled with bell everywhere he went. When he met with other farmers, Yaro was there. He met the people he would sell his grain too Yarra was there. When he met with powerful politicians, Yaro was also there. And nearly every one of those people would remember meeting Euro. Mahmoud. How could you not? He was obviously incredibly talented and smart, but also by being in the room when business was happening. Yaro was able to learn how to make it happen himself.
War of the Worlds: A Wave of Halloween Hysteria
"We're going to look back eighty-two years. Why because it's almost Halloween eighty-two years ago people America woke up to discover that the night before they had been the victim of a theatrical radio presentation. The date was October 30th 1938 the radio show was Orson Welles Mercury on the error version of HG Wells War of the Worlds now in 1938 war was brewing Germany invaded Austria. And Japan was strongly along with the Invader prior to World War II. It was forecasted Britain would suffer night are bombing attacks causing large numbers of Civilian casualties in Mass Destruction. It was widely agreed that navigation and targeting would be more difficult if man-made lights on the ground could be extinguished as early as July 1938 American citizens were off. To practice lights out beginning at dusk. It would not be called blackout drills until nineteen thirty-nine fear across the country as rumors spread about coming to the aid of our British allies should War break out but the sounds of war that came over the radio that October 30th 1938 were not from Europe but from Mars Choice a live broadcast Across America 5 p.m. In the west which would have made it about 8 p.m. Eastern time meant that there was no time to warn the West Palm about what was to come a wave of Hysteria that swept across United States at night before Halloween has risked realistic radio dramatization reached all the way to Portland, Oregon 2500 miles from the scene of the fictional Invasion. The telephone switchboard of The Oregonian newspaper in Portland was swamped by hundreds of excited dog. As people rushed into the business office of the newspaper demanding information hundreds of calls were made to the Portland Police most wanting to know what protection the city could off and what place might be safe in the event that wholesale destruction spread to the Pacific coast doctors reported cases of women fainting a mandamus reported to a loaded his family into a car and driven frantically through the streets of Portland searching for a Haven of Refuge Portland officers or the Western Union Telegraph company were jammed with person seeking to send off of grams to relatives in the East inquiring as to their safety just as an announcer was choked off by poisonous gas in what he had said might be the last broadcast ever made the town plunged Into Darkness would be the town of War again Portland, Oregon. Of course, this was the effect of the early blackout program announced a previous week off. Few people remembered that elsewhere in the Northwest calls poured into newspapers and press Association offices by the thousands a Seattle newspaper switchboard report hysterical calls from persons wanting to know if it was true that New York had disappeared beneath the Atlantic Ocean phrases, like here they come Paula skyscrapers, they're throwing Heatwave shocked and horrified listeners one, Oregon Journal newspaper reporter returning from the coast pulled into a gas station and was informed by a pack stricken McMinnville attendant not to bother gassing up that the world was coming to an end. That was Nineteen thirty-eight Americans today are much more Savvy and have many more ways of or receiving news other than radio. And of course if message came over Facebook Twitter or one of the other internet services, we wouldn't be fooled or would we change? Portland Oregon's response
Epsilon strengthens into a hurricane, the 10th of the Atlantic season
"Another hurricane is brewing and rolling in the Atlantic Ocean. Absalon has strengthened to hurricane status as it makes its way toward Bermuda. It has sustained winds right now of 75 miles an hour still too early to tell what Absalon is exact track and intensity will be once it's near the island, but the National Hurricane Center says there is a risk of Direct impact. A tropical storm watch now up for Bermuda. It will eventually update to a hurricane watch has that storm gets closer to the island?
10 years to transform the future of humanity -- or destabilize the planet
"Ten years is a long time for US humans on Earth. Ten turns around the Sun. When I was on the Ted. Stage a decade ago I, talked about planetary boundaries that keep our planet in a state that allowed humanity to prosper. The main point is that once you transgress won the risks, start multiplying the planetary boundaries are all deeply connected but climate alongside bio-diversity, our core boundaries they impact on all others. Back then we really thought we had more time. The warning lights were on absolutely, but no unstoppable change had been triggered. Since mytalk, we have increasing evidence that we are rapidly moving away from the safe operating space for humanity on earth, climate has reached a global crisis point. We have now had ten years of record breaking climate extremes, fires blazing, Australia set area California, and the Amazon floods in China Bangladesh and India. During heatwaves across the entire northern, hemisphere we risk crossing tipping points that shift the planet from being our best resilient friend dampening are impacts to start working against US amplifying the heat. For the first time, we are forced to consider the real risk of destabilizing the entire planet. Our children can see this they are walking out of school to demand action looking with disbelief at our inability to deviate away for potentially catastrophic risks. The next ten years to twenty thirty must see the most profound transformation. The world has ever known. This is our mission. This is the countdown. When my scientific colleagues summarized about a decade ago for the first time, the state of knowledge on climate tipping points just one place had strong evidence that it was on a sears downward spiral. Arctic Sea ice. Other tipping points were long way off fifty four hundred turns around the Sun. Just. Last year, we revisited these systems in I got the shock of my career. We are only a few decades away from an Arctic without since summer in. Permafrost is now thawing at dramatic. Scales Greenland is losing trillions of tons of ice and may be approaching a tipping point. The great force of the North are burning with plumes of smoke, the size of Europe. Atlantic Ocean circulation is slowing the Amazon rainforest is weakening and may start emitting carbon within fifteen years. Half of the Coral Great Guy Wreath has died west Antarctica may have crossed the tipping point already today, and now the most solid of glaciers on earth east Antarctica parts of it are becoming unstable. Nine out of the fifteen big biophysical systems that regulate climate are now on the move showing worrying signs of decline in potentially approaching tipping points. Tipping Points Bring Three threats I sea level rise, we can already expect up to one meter this century. This will endanger the homes of two, hundred million people. But when we add the melting is from Antarctica and greenland into the equation, this might lead to a two meter rise. But it won't stop there. It will keep on getting worse. Second if our carbon stores like permafrost enforced flipped to belching carbon, then this makes the job of stabilizing temperatures so much harder and third these systems are all linked like dominoes. If you cross one tipping point, you lurch closer to others. Let's stop for a moment and look at where we are. The foundation of our civilization is a stable climate and the rich diversity of life everything I mean everything is based on this civilization has thrived and a goldilocks zone not too hot not too cold. This is what we have had for ten thousand years since we left the last ice age. Let's zoom out a little here three million years. Temperatures have never broken through the two degree Celsius limit. Earth has self regulated within a very narrow range of plus two degrees in a warm into glacial minus four degrees. Defy. Sage. Now we are following path that would take us to a three to four degree world. In just three generations, we would be rewinding the climate clock, not one, million, not two million, but five to ten million years we are drifting towards hothouse earth. For. Each one degree rise one billion people will be forced to live in conditions that we today largely consider uninhabitable. This is not a climate emergency. It is a planetary emergency. My fear is not that Earth will fall over a cliff on the first of January twenty thirty. My fear is that we press unstoppable buttons in the Earth System.
LGENDE Bordeaux Blanc 2019 Review
"Stay from cheap Wi-Fi., today. We have French wine kind of a classy french fries. That's definitely respect. Legendary Bordeaux Blanc 2019. What do you spell tell me you with a little accident over the edge and it has a g at the end of it just to let you know that it ain't from around here and it's the brand from Baron de Rothschild. And we'll mortal red crew first wrote name minutes their line of Pepsi four lines, like ninety-five or seven wins. I was told all were sent abroad they're big in China and so loud here to the United States and the legend line is mostly from years that they don't own a big contract with I think the top of the line one is the Raffi Channel wine, but that's beside the point. These are all affordable by not being part of the package which state this one lists for nineteen, but I've seen a line for like 11:50 about 15, maybe a little higher there depending on the area, so it's not crazy and it's a mortal long and what Mortal blog means it's blocked and in Bordeaux. They had some semi on to their job your home. So if you like Sally on blood you're gonna like more table. Just goes to show and this is the drinking as a 2019. It's a drinker now young one. You know, she found that to be a news during a drink at the better off the news and but it's a class you want. It's from a big-name producer. And that's the one thing I get a live person lot of people who make $100 thousand dollars and wines and that's all they need to do and lovely does Legos hundred dollars and thousands of dollars wives and yet they're making those portable drinking now wanted to and props to them off the big guys. Don't always do that. It's like a slip. It's a really good what's going to be different than your son of stuff young blonde drinkers. You used to maybe New Zealand, you know learn from Samuel Wang wine that nature, but you gotta I gotta sell. You sent them you sell me on rounds off the players. You don't get those spiky things. When sometimes you just need to get to really sharp nose, like spiky down a bit of the flavor spiky flavors sign up. They either just you know, that like the campus or anything but you're getting this may be announced flavors of the middle Sammy. I'm just kind of knows it out and just makes it bad and plump and juicy but still right and delicious in the fight was wrong, you know, why you're not drinking a beer and wine. It is is near Brandon wind up in a particular some it's gotten out of sitting there. Like they'll arrest acidity get you reaching for your glass or Before you actually said yourself I want another submit. It just makes you to expand like I use a head out General time. It's like why they put pretzels in a bar starting asking pretzels are pretty soon. You're drinking a little bear with this has you're sitting in and get your drinking more wine. Where am I am just getting more minutes? They had a couple of steps know why does important stuff you're wanting to label? It does say black label and France legs and all these things. You know, it's the local wine, you know in Southwest France, you know, it's for River Valley, right off the Atlantic Ocean everybody in France knows that's off little one is served on one can expect everybody else to know what France knows but you know, it's one of those things you want you to learn it, you know, and then how young so I've got Walker's one of my phone numbers, you know, I like everywhere, but if you haven't tried the more dope style you that window semi out in their Investments summer. So this is pretty cool off. I wanted a lot. It's got great and labor. It's got great. I'll feel it silently. So it's got that zombie thing going on. It's kind of a classy one that's off. Delicious really cut up Selfie. All right. It's the legend of Bordeaux Blanc 2019 joke, but it's got some specification and it's a pretty pretty darn good. You know, that's it for me until the next time we'll always have something up the next time. Broadcast it was over. I couldn't wait heading to get some body else cheap cheap flight Land Rover now. I'll talk to you later.
LGENDE Bordeaux Blanc 2019 review
"Stay from cheap Wi-Fi., today. We have French wine kind of a classy french fries. That's definitely respect. Legendary Bordeaux Blanc 2019. What do you spell tell me you with a little accident over the edge and it has a g at the end of it just to let you know that it ain't from around here and it's the brand from Baron de Rothschild. And we'll mortal red crew first wrote name minutes their line of Pepsi four lines, like ninety-five or seven wins. I was told all were sent abroad they're big in China and so loud here to the United States and the legend line is mostly from years that they don't own a big contract with I think the top of the line one is the Raffi Channel wine, but that's beside the point. These are all affordable by not being part of the package which state this one lists for nineteen, but I've seen a line for like 11:50 about 15, maybe a little higher there depending on the area, so it's not crazy and it's a mortal long and what Mortal blog means it's blocked and in Bordeaux. They had some semi on to their job your home. So if you like Sally on blood you're gonna like more table. Just goes to show and this is the drinking as a 2019. It's a drinker now young one. You know, she found that to be a news during a drink at the better off the news and but it's a class you want. It's from a big-name producer. And that's the one thing I get a live person lot of people who make $100 thousand dollars and wines and that's all they need to do and lovely does Legos hundred dollars and thousands of dollars wives and yet they're making those portable drinking now wanted to and props to them off the big guys. Don't always do that. It's like a slip. It's a really good what's going to be different than your son of stuff young blonde drinkers. You used to maybe New Zealand, you know learn from Samuel Wang wine that nature, but you gotta I gotta sell. You sent them you sell me on rounds off the players. You don't get those spiky things. When sometimes you just need to get to really sharp nose, like spiky down a bit of the flavor spiky flavors sign up. They either just you know, that like the campus or anything but you're getting this may be announced flavors of the middle Sammy. I'm just kind of knows it out and just makes it bad and plump and juicy but still right and delicious in the fight was wrong, you know, why you're not drinking a beer and wine. It is is near Brandon wind up in a particular some it's gotten out of sitting there. Like they'll arrest acidity get you reaching for your glass or Before you actually said yourself I want another submit. It just makes you to expand like I use a head out General time. It's like why they put pretzels in a bar starting asking pretzels are pretty soon. You're drinking a little bear with this has you're sitting in and get your drinking more wine. Where am I am just getting more minutes? They had a couple of steps know why does important stuff you're wanting to label? It does say black label and France legs and all these things. You know, it's the local wine, you know in Southwest France, you know, it's for River Valley, right off the Atlantic Ocean everybody in France knows that's off little one is served on one can expect everybody else to know what France knows but you know, it's one of those things you want you to learn it, you know, and then how young so I've got Walker's one of my phone numbers, you know, I like everywhere, but if you haven't tried the more dope style you that window semi out in their Investments summer. So this is pretty cool off. I wanted a lot. It's got great and labor. It's got great. I'll feel it silently. So it's got that zombie thing going on. It's kind of a classy one that's off. Delicious really cut up Selfie. All right. It's the legend of Bordeaux Blanc 2019 joke, but it's got some specification and it's a pretty pretty darn good. You know, that's it for me until the next time we'll always have something up the next time.
Ocean stratification and what it means for weather
"New, evidence, our oceans are changing faster than climate models predicted. I'M NPR chief meteorologist Paul Kutner here with climate cast. A new study out this week in the journal Nature Climate. Change finds. Oceans are becoming more stratified warmer surface waters from climate change mean less mixing from deep in the ocean, and that produces a range of impacts from stronger hurricanes to changing fisheries. So how does it all Work University of Saint Thomas? Professor John. Abraham is one of the studies co-authors John Welcome to climate cast. It's a pleasure to be on Pau. Your study finds the oceans are becoming more stratified. What does that mean? Well, Paul we're having this conversation in fall in Minnesota, and I know that there's a lot of hearty listeners out there that still like to swim in Minnesota. Lakes and they know what stratification is when you jump into a lake, this water near the surface is warmer. And the water near the bottom of lake is colder and what's happening is the lake forms layers of water that tend not to move. They tend not to rise and fall in the lake they tend to be stationary in that process stratification and that same process occurs in a major way in the oceans. Okay. That's a great analogy, and we know that those lakes and Minnesota turnover in spring and fall when the temperatures become more equal and that brings oxygen rich water down to the depths. Is that the same in the ocean wise that deep ocean mixing? So important? Deep Ocean. Mixing is important for two reasons I thinking about the water near the surface of the ocean. It's been heated up by sunlight month after month. In that tribes storms. So one of the reasons stratification is important, is it fuel storms? The other reason it's important when the water near the surface falls down to the bottom of the ocean that pushes bottom waters up and the bottom waters are cold and filled with nutrients. So when upward and downward motion happens, it's bringing nutrients to the surface so that see life can thrive. So it's important for. Weather and for life what impacts can we already see today from the climate change that's already occurring when the surface waters get warmer become more buoyant in so as we're warming, the oceans were heating up the surface waters even more than normal and that's keeping the near the surface they don't want to mix. So how do the warmer oceans affect larger ocean circulation patterns like the currents in the Atlantic Ocean? And the current and the Atlantic Ocean are so key for our weather and in fact, if you've ever wondered why is England, which is at about our latitude, why are they so much warmer in the winter than we are and it's all due to the ocean. What happens is warm waters off our East Coast in the tropics flow up to Europe and they keep their heat and that really makes the weather in Europe very very mild and as we warm the planet, we are putting at risk this natural ocean current. In. If we go too far, we could shut off that current and that would end up changing weather all across the planet especially in Europe what does your study say would likely happen to these ocean circulation patterns in the next fifty to one hundred years at this pace. We do not know right now whether the ocean currents will totally shut down however. Our results are telling us. We need to watch this carefully and take action very quickly to reduce global warming because it's global warming that is increasing the stratification of ocean waters and making our weather more while University of Saint Thomas Professor John. Abraham. Thanks so much for your perspective today. Pleasure. Thanks for having a Nice Day.
Great Moments in Communication!
"Sure is easy today. A quick pair of thumbs can easily send a text to a friend email someone around the globe or place a call to order a pizza. Each time you do any of these things information is being transmitted from one place to another faster than you can say Trans Atlantic cable. Trends stop already there you can stop. But if you have learned anything from this show, you should know that it wasn't always this easy. A device called the Telegraph. Was the first big development in getting information from one point to another. It changed things dramatically because it was the first time information didn't have to be physically carried a letter on horseback a note on a boat, even a message in a bottle. These were a few of the only ways to tell someone in another place something anything. Imagine how different life was and imagine how revolutionary it must have been when an electric pulse could finally travel through a wire and deliver a message to that person much more quickly. British scientists, William Cook, and Charles. Manson created the First Commercial Telegraph. That wasn't all they dabbled in. We'd stint also invented a new kind of Concertina squeezy Reed instrument sort of like an accordion, as well as the stereo scope Victorian Parlor device that looked like a funny pair of binoculars and created three dimensional images out of. Pictures printed onto changeable cards. If you've ever used a view master toy, it was kind of like that. Anyway, their version of the Telegraph used multiple wires to carry electric pulses, which would move needles on the receiving end. These needles would point to the letters on a dial. This would slowly spell out the words of a message letter by letter in one sense, their version was nice because it required. No special. Code or a special understanding from the operator you just had to know how to read but installing the multiple wires was expensive, inconsistent and difficult. So soon, Samuel Morse's single wire telegraph became the international favorite because the message was on a single wire. It could only send one letter at a time and it didn't actually use letters but something to represent letters a required people to use a code known as Morse Code. Operators had to learn a new alphabet of short dots or debts and long dashes or does of the code to get each letter which they would translate. It wasn't immediate telegraphs took time to send and receive as the letter by letter codes had to travel along the wire, but it was still faster than trains, horses or running really really fast almost as soon as Morse's telegraph debuted in the eighteen forties someone was. Like Hey, we should put one of these in the ocean and send messages to Europe at the time to send a letter from New York to London usually took twelve days of sea travel that's not even factoring in the time on land, the letter would need to be carried. So communication took a long time Samuel Morse believed in his creation wanted it to make a difference. So he said great idea. Let me help. Turns out running a wire across the Atlantic. Ocean was a lot harder than you might think. Or. Maybe your a reasonable person and you realized immediately that this was a super difficult thing to do. It was especially. So in the eighteen hundreds either way there was a guy who with Sammy Morris help was going to see that it happened no matter what got in the way. Name was Cyrus field and he got rich in the paper business. It wasn't under Mifflin that he founded but another real and frightening paper company that sold newsprint to the Penny Press tabloid newspapers of New England. The company did so well that he retired at the age of thirty four as one of New York's richest men. With plenty of life. was he dedicated the remainder to the transatlantic cable a wire to stretch across the ocean settled on the bottom deep below the water? This marvel to be would carry electric signals and deliver international messages in Samuel Morse's special code both America and England loved the idea and pledged support and some money he sold stock in his New Telegraph Company to help raise funds but mostly he put up his own sweet sweet paper making money to get the project off the ground or I guess underwater. We'll spare you the super technical details mostly because we are kids, podcasters and not electrical engineers but telegraphic cable had to be over twenty six hundred miles long to stretch from Europe to North America, and every one of the twenty six hundred miles of cable had to be insulated and protected from the rocky bottom corrosion from the salty seawater and any marine life that may cause trouble. So it was coated in latex then tarred hemp and lastly wrapped in heavy iron braids is took months for giant teams to make. In eighteen fifty seven nearly two decades after Morse's Telegraph debut two ships sailed out from the coast of Ireland and started to unspoiled the gigantic telegraph cable to the bottom of the ocean the mood aboard the British ship HMS Agamemnon and the American ship USS Niagara was probably bubbling from excitement. Those aboard watched the first of the cable disappear into the mysterious ocean, they must have known they stood on the threshold of a new frontier ready to connect two continents as never before with the power of one seemingly magical. The VIBRATO. The line you mean the cable we have to stretch across the ocean for the next few months it's only the first day. Broken just flopping around at the bottom of the ocean. Okay. So after just a few miles had been unschooled, the would-be transatlantic cable snapped undeterred. The brave crews used grappling hooks to find the lost
Psychic vs. David C. Smalley
"Please join me in welcoming Michael Bodine. PODCAST Michael Jordan Myth Hey how you guys doing nice to hear you. We're doing all right as as good as twenty twenty will allow right now. Anyway. No. Kidding. It's been a weird year. Why didn't you guys worn us about this horsh did well I'm you know there are some people that did the psychics? Every psychic is different. You know like some psychics do world events and some people find your keys and you know some people. Talk to your dead relatives and and you know some people talked to. Your pets you know they all have different weird stuff and like there's the few you some of these world event people they were just like buzzing. You know they were. They were but still those are the kind of people hiding a basement with aluminum foil her don't get out much because they're so afraid of everything. So they're not the most communicative people in the planet but but they you know they they sit around and feel stuff. Let's GONNA come up. Next I would hate that I would just I would say that I have. For years you know people talked about twenty twenty, they talk about Oh. It's the end of the you know Mayan calendar and the ex you know it was kind of it was similar to the year two thousand except there wasn't the big tech freak out. Right? It was. The end of the world twenty twenty is this other thing and I think even. some I think Sylvia Brown even wrote something in her book about Twenty Twenty there being some sort of pandemic and. I thought that was really interesting because I never took her seriously but it's hard to take seriously but you know. She had a good magic eight ball I think. but everybody talked about it being this crazy thing and of course, you know skeptics like myself and a lot of people it was like, of course, that's nonsense. Of course there's nothing happening, and then right at the top of twenty twenty, we literally global pandemic and then it's just being after thing after thing, and now there's apparently an asteroid. Heading, right for us. It's going to pass. It's going to suck him earth. It might bounce off the Atlantic Ocean or something like. Jesus decided to skip rocks from heaven or something things. And, and it's going to happen. The day after election day or something and I'm depending on who wins I might welcome that damn thing. So. Yeah I mean at this point at this point I'm like, what else can twenty twenty do? I probably shouldn't say that out loud but Jeez, it's been crazy. It has been it has been crazy but you know the cool thing about it is that they're it's you know when when the whole darkness thing comes, it's it supposed to. Show the light you know it's supposed to show the light on people people supposed to shine stronger and the people that are supposed to come into play do because they're they're forced to do it. It's I. Mean I know it sucks in a lot of ways but a lot of people are doing things that they wouldn't have normally done because they're being forced to do it because they're they're being pushed. You know like the. Dark stuff is just saying, no, no, no, and they're fighting back not all of them but most of them, a lot of people are fighting back and they're they're of stand up for himself. So it's Kinda it's Kinda good in a way, but it's for a psychic sucks because the whole vibe of the country you can just feel it. You know you can feel it all the time and people are Kinda just they're just kinda. Down or they're anxious or there. There's this weird vibe and I live. Pretty close to. Where George Floyd got killed and so there's a lot of energy around here about all that stuff and. It's just it's just it's just an odd thing. But ever since I was a kid I grew up around psychics grew up around people that were trying to figure this stuff out and there's always there's always gonna be a year where that was it yesterday's news and I think there's been like five of them since I was a kid where that year we were all going to die and when I was a kid I kind of got scared but then you know after the second or third or fourth time and nothing happened just. Don't. Let it bother me like I used to because I don't really. I don't see an end at times. I'll die someday but I think I think it's really about learning how to overcome all of it as opposed to. As opposed to just giving in into it
'Zombie' storm Paulette regains some strength, adding to weird 2020 weather
"We have a tropical system that has come back from the dead in the Atlantic Ocean. A week after Hurricane Paulette struck Bermuda, the storm's remnants re gathered and reformed into what's being called by the National Weather Service, a zombie tropical storm off the coast of Portugal. Experts say it's unusual, but not the first time it's happened. The storm has Max sustained winds of 60
Smoke from California wildfires reaches East Coast and Europe
"Hazy or smoky like appearance in the sky? NBC 11th Alert meteorologist. Steve saw, Snus says it's due to the the wildfires wildfires burning burning across across the the West West at at hazy hazy or or smoky smoky appearance appearance that that you you see see to to the the sky. sky. And And there's there's mysterious mysterious sunrise sunrise and and sunsets sunsets are are a a direct direct result result of the Western wildfires burning out of control across Washington, Oregon and California. We've never before seen this in recorded history. Such widespread and intense fires, especially this early in the season. That smoke, which was just draping the West Coast, producing images, almost like Mars in San Francisco. Has now lofted up into the jet stream and hitched a ride all the way to the east coast of the United States and cities like Chicago and into Philadelphia, New York and Washington are all seeing this smoke in the sky and the smoke is not stopping here. It will be making a trip across the Atlantic Ocean arriving in Europe by the weekend. Back in the Philly area. There are no air quality concerns because that smoke is about 20 to 25,000 ft. Up. But expect that smoky backdrop for the rest of the week.
High-tech ship set for launch on 400th Mayflower anniversary
"The truth to see Vera's and scientists have gathered in Plymouth England to mark the four hundredth anniversary of the departure of the Mayflower the ship that carried a group of puritan settlers to new life across the Atlantic Ocean technology expert Andy Stanford Clark says unlike its wooden fruit assessor the special is a sleek high tech crime on top of the song and steered by artificial intelligence because it's autonomous doesn't need any crew and therefore the disconnect space for sleeping quarters of food supplies or counties or toilets or anything so the whole space given over science experiments the sixteen twenty journey would launch a new chapter of expansion and impart for Europe and would bring disaster for the native peoples who lived in the Americas for millennia Charles Taylor that's not London
Tropical Storm Sally forms in the Gulf of Mexico
"2020 is going down in the history books is a dreadful storm season. Now, hurricane warnings are up for parts of Louisiana and Mississippi as tropical Storm Sally closes in Sally is expected to strengthen before it hits the northern Gulf Coast Tuesday. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Can travel Looks like Sally can make landfall as a hurricane. Here. We're still providing shelter and assistance to our hurricane Laura evacuees here in the city and upward of 12. 1000 that we know of. There are currently six storm systems in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. CBS's Maria Garcia for the first time in recorded history. 18 tropical storms have formed before October in the Atlantic. The previous record was set by hurricane Stand Back in 2005. We still have a long way to go. Hurricane season runs June 1st through November, 30th.
Tropical Storm Rene joins Tropical Storm Paulette in Atlantic
"Storm forms in the Atlantic Ocean were already upto are when it comes to named storms, the National Hurricane Center naming the latest system in the Atlantic Rene, It's the quickest the Atlantic Basin has ever gotten to one are named Storm. Rene joins Paulette spinning in the water. But there is good news. Computer models are good agreement, both with Renee and with Paulette that we will see both systems turning more and more to the North and is only to be Paulette that's somewhat tries to get close to the eastern portion of the United States. Long term 5
2 depressions in Atlantic to become tropical storms Monday
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting forecasters say two depressions in the Atlantic will likely become tropical storms later today a pair of tropical depressions in the Atlantic Ocean are expected to strengthen to a tropical storms today the national hurricane center says tropical depression eighteen was two hundred fifty miles east southeast of the COBOL Verde islands this morning had a tropical storm warning has been issued for the islands in addition forecasters say tropical depression seventeen formed last night it was centered thirteen hundred eighty miles east of the north Leeward Islands early today meanwhile the remnants of what was Julio has been downgraded further to a trough of low pressure west of Mexico's Pacific coast hi Mike Ross yeah
2 depressions in Atlantic to become tropical storms Monday
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting forecasters say two depressions in the Atlantic will likely become tropical storms later today a pair of tropical depressions in the Atlantic Ocean are expected to strengthen to a tropical storms today the national hurricane center says tropical depression eighteen was two hundred fifty miles east southeast of the COBOL Verde islands this morning had a tropical storm warning has been issued for the islands in addition forecasters say tropical depression seventeen formed last night it was centered thirteen hundred eighty miles east of the north Leeward Islands early today meanwhile the remnants of what was Julio has been downgraded further to a trough of low pressure west of Mexico's Pacific coast hi Mike Ross yeah
SpaceX launches Falcon 9 rocket on record sixth flight
"Another very good day today. First, the Hawthorne based company successfully launched one of its Fucking nine rockets from Florida this morning to put 58 more small StarLink Internet satellites into orbit. And then just a few minutes after that, the first stage returned for a picture perfect landing on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean touchdown and shut off. Successful landing landing of of the the first first stage stage booster. booster. And And this this is is the the sixth sixth time time that that we we have have utilised utilised this this booster booster on on a a mission. mission. And, And, yes, yes, you you heard heard that that right? right? This This was was the the six six time time that same rocket that very same rocket has been fired into space and then safely returned to Earth that breaks Space X his own previous record for the number of times any rocket has flown.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on WBAI
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"atlantic ocean" Discussed on KTRH
"To Egypt and the Egyptians told him about Atlantis and he's the the Egyptians full so warm you agree Sir children because you know of one flood only but the reality there but many destruction of the human race by fire flood the Greeks had a flood in this moreless like that is it goes on to say that there was this territory beyond elders of Heracles meeting the straits of Gibraltar that is in the Atlantic Ocean and it was a very large power and it tried to conquer the Mediterranean world and this was nine thousand years before Solon's time solo mode six hundred BC so ninety six hundred BC but it there's a point at which this merging the ocean is this a legend or not well I don't know there are there's one fascinating detail of us well it was writing and in our three hundred sixty six product illicit this Atlantis is the gateway to Clinton's on the other side of the solution which will be called get out of it for this country.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on KTOK
"To Egypt and the Egyptians told him about Atlantis and he's the the Egyptians told so warm I agree Sir children because you know of one flood only but the reality there but many destructions of the human race by fire flood the Greeks had a flood in this more less like that is it goes on to say that there was this territory beyond Ehlers of Heracles needing the straits of Gibraltar that is in the Atlantic Ocean and it was a very large power and it tried to conquer the Mediterranean world and this was nine thousand years before Solon's time solo mode six hundred BC so ninety six hundred BC but it there's a point at which this merging the ocean is this a legend or not well I don't know there are there's one fascinating detail in months well does writing and in our three hundred sixty BC right and he said this Atlantis is the gateway to Clinton's on the other side of solution which can only be called.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"In the Atlantic Ocean for the forty seven time Tony Marino's news ninety six point five W. D. via a free two point oh says the house rules committee will meet today they're setting up the impeachment vote in the full house we have to kind of lay out the rules of the road for how the debate will unfold in the house when votes will occur and so they really want to do that in advance of Wednesday because they don't want any surprises reporter Trish Turner says today's meeting could be a marathon the Senate props for trial in January ultimately in the Senate the ball is largely McConnell's court and he has made it clear he plans to be in lockstep with the White House reporter very Bruce's Democrats propose calling witnesses including the former national security adviser o'connell's discouraging witnesses even once the president wants to call users of the cigarettes listen up you are more likely to develop lung cancer than people who don't smoke the first large study in humans published in the journal of preventive medicine shows a direct link between lung disease and those who very you cigarette use by youth is being called a national epidemic a new study shows a cigarette users are one point three times more likely to develop lung disease smokers are both the cigarettes and tobacco cigarettes are two point six times more likely the study looked at the smoking habits of more than thirty two thousand adults over three years and compared the cigarette users to tobacco cigarette users Dave Schreiber ABC news an afternoon matched all six numbers in the previous strong the jackpot for Tuesday's mega millions jackpot is three hundred seventy two million dollars jackpot is the fourteenth largest in the history of the game but don't start overspending on Christmas gifts just yet the odds of winning one in three hundred two million good morning it is now five.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Hip hop shit. Julia Robinson was so fucking studio. Easy wasn't what they do this all the time. You notice the the same ship. Rodney read right tell me it's people attached themselves to the issue. Not The person the issue the issue is they understand. The Hollywood hires white actors to play roles that are not white. They feel way about that. Yes so they tweet out something. That is clearly bullshit. The tweet was that some exact said Julia Roberts to play Harriet Tubman. I really haven't no the the guy can't from the screen writer. Harriet Tubman. He said as a joke no oh he said that when he used to be trying to get this movie me back in the day no executives wanted to do it and he said the times different. He said he went in there and he pitched a story one time and one executive it was like. That's a great story. He said we should get Julia Roberts to play. Harriet tubman and he goes Julia. Roberts can't play Harriet Tubman and they'll roughly Harry Tummy because she's black bigs. That clearly didn't notify Harriet. Tubman was he's he's all my the star who was great so it industry writer explained to them why I couldn't happen and then the exact goes well because he knows nobody wants to they wrong. Well that was a long time ago nobody will remember click. Yes Greece screenwriters screen name as well as the screenwriter. Greg Howard wrote the Harriet. It's so funny is funny and by the way is not the first time this has happened. Do you know. Mother fucking I look this up because I I love. I'm doing just to have more research. Twenty five times white actors played people of Color in. No one really gave a shit. From the huffpost. Latino Voices Angelina Jolie played. Marianne Dan Pearl Marianne Marianne Pearl Way as Mary. Pearl Black knows he's AFC yes. He's Afro Cuban had naturally curly hair and a dark complexion Angelina. Jolie has no African roots and played her. Been Affleck Played Antonio Ajay Mendez in. What a movie? It was a fucking movie. Argo your Argo Mexican. No wonder he could sneak people out of the country's drinks. Never this. Who's this is debatable? What does that Josephine is? Played Michael Jackson debatable. A you know Michael Michael because Michael did a lot of that work himself mic Rooney as Mr you. Nashi Christmas Faris about this. But that's But that's from What does that from the Japanese Landlord Pink Panther Right? No breakfast at Tiffany's this right here. Ed Juliette Binoche Played Mario Maria so go out so go over one. You know Because we all know none of these Natalie. Wood played Maria Johnny Depp. Todd's Johnny Depp. Looked like he could be native Americans not well okay. He's not a member of the first nation tribe. Okay Elizabeth Taylor Played Cleo Patra. The mortar story is hold on Elizabeth Sailor. Play Cleopatra Cather yes now doesn't it sound like Vanilla Hammer doesn't WanNa do you realize it's not going to my world this right here. I thought it was just go away but you. You're not going to stay. No no what it's all right stop collaborate and listen back with the ban business because a hold of me tightly. Well the the Motor Ari did ask you percents soon. But it's still credit bro with the White Betas. It is bucket credit for stealing. Okay you know what I realized I was up in. Boston is so crazy is because you know Boston is is music. Starting places for the Revolutionary War right. Yes Boston tea. Party and the whole thing So Europeans colonize this the United States. Marrow it's not the United States of America at the time but just North America right uh-huh colonized North America and then Britain is taking all of our wealth away from us right so we fight back Britain because they're treating us like we're colonized that makes sense no in other words like we call an ice okay. Right and Colorado's Britain. No no no. Let's say Britain right okay. Colonize is in North America. Okay right and in. Britain is extracting all the resources out of the land. Gotcha right and then. We fight back against Britain right because we're like. Yeah why are you treating us like. We're colonized we do that a few years after we call us that makes sense. Like what underground railroad girl. Do we take care with Julia Roberts to get to. I think it's Kinda funny that is take everybody and then when Britain's taken our state we're like Oh aw -fensive it is an utilized. You don't WanNa get bullied right. But you appoint time they're like. Oh that was kinda cold but we did it. M Americans the bully. I kind of would have liked to see Julia. Roberts Harriet Tubman. I think she can pull it up. Oh Oh you don't think that she knows experience wide. I is this season. Hold on you. Don't WanNa see come on. Let's just come to the microphone moment but continue going. Hey wait a white woman to play because I want to get these jokes off road. Okay Listen Julia Roberts can play Vivian. Ward in pretty woman doesn't mean she can play. Harriet Tubman in pretty slave woman. I'm in okay. Got Another one. Just because Julia Roberts can play Laura Bernie and sleeping with the enemy doesn't mean she can play. Harriet you tell me in a movie called sleeping with the enemy against my will because master key raven me because Julia Roberts can play Maggie Carpenter. One away bride doesn't mean she can play Harriet. W come on guys runaways. Okay one more woman. 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"atlantic ocean" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"No matter how fucked up it seemed like it was from the. I'M NOT GONNA go. I'm not gonNA go so far. The team offered him a spot. I bet you if a team offered him a roster spot and if I was Roger Goodell and if I were I would I would talk to every single team a league. Please do me this favor favor. Please offer him a roster spot. If they guarantee he won't take it. I'm not going to go so far to say cap. Doesn't WANNA play but if he doesn't WANNA WANNA play and that's why I thought Saturday if he doesn't if he does want to play he's got various grain wish. That's what I thought Saturday right after. Getting more of this information which I still don't know if the information in Israel and I've seen so many different Shit I've seen away with at cap signed in two thousand eleven that way we don't look too much different from the one that he signed in twenty seventeen. What as I was telling some people even if that language was in the contract in twenty eleven? It's a different ballgame now. Cap Is already sued them. What's right and he may have to sue them again? I wouldn't give away that right up. I was well if you already sued once and then you've got a settlement right. Isn't that what a settlement is for the NFL auto NFL should have made it maybe the NFL's posted a cut him a big enough check to where a you good right. You can't give him back pay for the past couple of years. You know what I'm saying. So they should have cut him a check to where they made. Get to. Where we're done here? I thought that's what it was. Not He just got paid for the Pasco. Yeah pay back pay for the two years that he missed and because means is wrong Is is wrongful employment discrimination so they settled a contract. They basically settled a lawsuit on employment discrimination yet right meaning. He accepted an amount of money. If to no no longer sue them. No unemployment discrimination. I don't think he ever said that he would no longer suit him. I think I I I don't Wanna I don't WanNA misconstrued. Ah Yeah because I can see people that noted story but in a me on the podcast right now. I don't know I just knew. He sued for back. Pay and and I and okay. Let's say hypothetically and again neither of US know and I'm just trying to understand here but you sue for back pay the. NFL goes listen. We're not gonNA admit that we didn't we kept you out the league but we're going to pay you back bay. He accepts the money for back. Pay Now you can no longer sue in my opinion and now you can no longer sue for not being allowed to play because we already handle that and you accept what the NFL and identify in pre clearly. Sure sure has bad bad job. By and again we could be missing this whole thing up but it's also you're going to sue us again for the same thing. We paid for a Colin Cabinet. Yeah go ahead Alex so I really think this was his way of speaking out because when he took settlement hold on a second we turn on us. Mike and Mike go so when he took the settlement he had to do the NDA so he couldn't an speak about it and the fact I was suspicious at the NFL settled because they'll never settle. They have so much money they just kept going until he was bankrupt. So so I think there was really something in that case and so this was his way of balling out. Everybody sees it and then if no team picks them up that's like Proof for everyone that he's Colluded to keep him out man. I really think this is just his way of being able to speak without speaking. I don't think think you're wrong with my thing is this. I wouldn't signing none of that shit if there's something in the collusion case that exposes the NFL and expose the fucking NFO. You can't love playing football that much. Although he and say hold on hold on one second so let let me what the case don't take the settlement but the find out what you know what I'm saying blow to NFL. Let's put it like this. Yes l. let's say I stop you from coming on row with me film in the shows etc but I also stop you from filming. Anybody else's shows I don't admit it but I'm doing that. You Sue me. I go listen. I'm not going to let this go to trial because I did some fucked up shit fine. Here's the money for all the time that you should have been able to come on the road and film with me you you see you agree to take the money. It's over then. Two months later you sue me for not taking you on the road. I'm like motherfucker. We just settled this. I just paid you millions of dollars. Why are you fucking so in the year? But that's like if you said I can't go on the road because I'm not good enough to be on the road so it's like you're making a Li- like no nobody's keeping you out the league. We don't want your talent and so if you told me. Hey I'm not good and then I I fucking make a movie after and show the world. I'm amazing that's that's what I think. He wanted to project to the world. He wanted to what I'm saying. He shouldn't assigned to settle shit to be honest too because the money the NFL could've kept bankrupt. Effect on Thomasson Bitch Ass Shit. Look what I'm saying is it is what it is. It is what it is. Look at then again. I could be completely understanding this entirely wrong. One hundred percent wrong okay. I feel like I've been very vocally. Supportive of cap on the PODCASTS. Okay but if you accept the money for the lawsuit and still want to retain the rights to sue for the same thing. You accept the money from. That shouldn't be the thing that stops you from going to the audition. Whatever the fuck tryout you are if you're your billions sue for the thing you already got paid for is the thing that stops you from trying out? You don't WanNa try out if I were to ability for the right if if of your ability to sue again we could be wrong about this. But IF YOU'RE A billionaire sue for the same thing that you already got paid for after suing is is is what you I don't like about the contract and that stopped even trying out. You really want to try out because you already got paid for that. They're not gonNA pay you again. I think that's his insurance policy like I would not. I would not not relinquish my right to sue the NFL Colin Kaepernick under any circles. You already sued agreed to take the money on. Might have to get you all again. Yeah I I don't even know there's legal precedent for them. I might have to get y'all again. Look I paid for backpack backpay so if you keep me out another two years. I'm a free agent for no reason Y'all can play your Siachen ball shape. I WanNa motherfucking play and you still keeping me I delete I let me hit you all up again. I'm a stay in your mother fucking faces. I'M GONNA stay Yup under your skin but my thing is this. As corny bill. It comes to the point Tom. That's Corny you said. You accepted the money borough like. I'm sorry do you accept the money. Johny Bro that money comes to cost. Settlement comes in because you got to settle. That's why it's called. Settlement is not called A. Here's whatever you want a settlement your wife goes I want have right right. Yeah you go you get a quarter okay. We settle at a quarter that's a settlement. After you wife gets a quarter she comes to you and goes I want the other quarter you. If you'll get the fuck fuck out negotiate that though he did Know Day negotiating back pay for Colin Kaepernick write and they clearly didn't think about what to do moving forward because they can't I can't say look we're going to pay him in the future. We're GONNA pay him in the future because we really are trying to keep him at the League. The can't say that so I can't pay you for the next next five ten years that shows. Look we really just paying you to fucking go away. That's a good point. You know what I'm saying so I can't pay you to say. Hey we really want you to go away. I'm just is gonNA give you this back pay so the. NFL is so fucking stupid. I cannot I can that. NFL Law team could be quite possibly V.. Stupidest lupus Group A lawyer sauce that are connected to billionaires that I've ever seen in my entire life. Why the fuck did you not see this as a possibility? Why even settle something that you know? Oh can open right back up the second he walks out of there and you know what Kudos to Collins Team for getting the NFL to pay him for something they're going to get paid again. Collins team might be the most brilliant lawyers who outsmart these. NFL PEOPLE IN THE NFL law team or whatever the fuck ladies is one of the best shows going today because because in the span of forty five seconds Andrew went from Sam fuck that Shit Bitch Ass nigger Corny to. Oh I didn't say the N word to. Oh that was brilliant brilliant. I will react to what I understand. Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. I didn't realize that Collins team is setting up the NFL to hold time. Yeah in a way. Yeah I just thought this was not allowed to suicide anymore after this. That's what I thought it was. That's why no no no no. Why the fuck would they agree that that? That is the stupidest 'cause history because I'm paying you for back. Pay If I give you more money than just the back pay then. I'm telling you we don't want imagining. Imagine I give you fifty million dollars. That's okay you gotta sign this but you're planning to League. You know what I'm saying like you relinquish your your your rights to play in the NFL. Oh would have I can the. NFL can never say that they can never do that. Because that proves we don't want you in the League so only we can do is pay you for the Back Bay but you you can put something in that settlement that says hey you can no longer sue US after we pay. You can no longer in the future for job discrimination or collusion collusion. Whatever it is no longer you could put that? You could do whatever you want in a contract. Clearly right did not put that in there. Maybe Collins Lawyers were were smart enough to you say now you can include that I mean I just cannot believe the NFL. It's honest the NFL. Must be so monumentally fucked and Colin must have such an incredibly strong case that they were willing to just do the back. Pay To get this. Get this get this court case out of here Maybe like hey listen. We'll give you the back just to shut this thing down. There's too much positive momentum building for his side side in this list shut this thing down. Here's the money we know we're going to have to deal with it again the future. We'll talk about that. That's my point to it. GotTa come to a point was somebody has to say fuck the NFL in media. And I don't think that there's nobody who can say fuck to. NFL In really mean it. Morning Gordon Colin Caveney in Airdrie. Because you got all the information y'all know what the fuck collusion case. So what is your theory on. Eric Reed still playing. I don't know I mean May- maybe you gotta you gotta you gotta give a bone right if I'm the NFL. All right at least make sure. Aired readers in Louis saying may can cause a lot of people that and they'll make sure Kenny stills.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"We're going above and beyond to give you the best chance to make a team so you can't suicide after this if you don't make the team because because we're literally doing everything things we've never done for anybody else if you still has after that what the fuck. Well guess what. What if I'm calling cabinet? You see what I'm saying. I see what you're saying and you make a great point potentially hypothetically Ed but if I'm Colin Kaepernick I'm his team can't trust it and I have no reason to trust it and this we're talking about a flagrant. There's so much distrust. I believe from both sides like the NFL. Put that clause in there because they don't trust cap cap doesn't want to do it because they don't trust the NFL and you know what he you shouldn't need both within the last three years absolutely and that's my whole thing right but you of that toxic relationship you guys are never going to be able to work. And that's why I agree with what you're saying. which is if you know you're not going to do with it? Fuck him fuck him. Fuck you gotta meet it. You can't say fucking but I WANNA play and I wanted to own the call me I w getting no after this week Colin cabinets mentality and a lot of other brothers in the League mentality and a lot of black people watch. Footballs mentality should be fucking. If that waiver is really that but you know why the reason nobody will ever say fuck it. 'cause there never was a clear cut boycott called on NFL by Colin Kaepernick. Allen is the Colin is the person that has to lead that charge like I saw my man autumn Gordon Talking about how you know Colin. Oh is he's. He's a leader whether he wants to be not so eventually he has to say something. That's the truth. You can't be a silent leader. Yeah where we going. Where are we going? Well what do you want us to do. That's it how would you like to. Let's see protests. You've made the decision not to talk to the press for the last couple of years last three years. That's your decision but don't be surprised if you're a message is being confused or conflated needed when you're not there to control the narrative even when you talk about controlling the narrative and how important that was to have your press or the press access to this destroy al you've never cared about press before I would like to say that's not controlling the narrative and and what I mean by that is controlling. The narrative is not doing exactly what people thought she was gonna WanNa do like a lot of people. Were betting that Colin wasn't gonNA show up. I was hearing words like self sabotage being thrown around like he'll find a way to mess this up People thought are my my my beautiful sister. Who's mad at me right now? Necessarily they thought that she was GonNa while out this week. You know what I mean I I mean. We're just not seeing eye on this situation but you know I don't. I don't worry about things like that simply because when I love somebody I consider somebody family I I know even if we have disagreements you know will will always be family and I think one thing that really bothered me about the situation just a side. Note it's so divisive license so much divisiveness between black people in this situation right people feel like they gotta be team. Colin usually gotta be team Jay Z.. Understand what I'm saying and when you have that kind of divisiveness gotta be very careful of people who really really really want that divisiveness to continue to happen. No when they know Colin neces- feel away. Are they know you know Jay over here you got all these different people coming back saying certain things. Oh Oh you know Jay. Leno Colin Him said this Colin J M said this you know or you see this person. Is this against you and you know this person was speaking about you. And it's such a lack of trust from everybody and you already naturally paranoid and suspicious of everybody intentions that you'd just be like fuck everybody. I'm going to stick over here with my mother fuckers and kick it with my crew. You can't trust you can't trust anyone and other people use this divisiveness to really really bring down great moments. Could anybody knows people are stronger together. You know what I'm saying and you gotta be very careful about people like that like don't come to me telling me what somebody Said said about me. When I'm when I'm going through something he understands Zan again? Don't come to me. Yeah and tell me what somebody Said said about me. When I'm going through something I may feel the way? I'll give you an example if me and you had an issue right. Yeah and it's happened. There wasn't even a real issue when all this was going on and everybody was like all you need to stop doing. Brilliant podcast net people. Come into me trying to tell me how toxic Andrew what's taught in that moment. Yeah I'm like maybe it is talking to say one thing to me. You said one thing to me that brought me back to reality when I say. Are you saying his phone. You Paul you say he's absolutely push back a little. Yeah but it was less. Komo news making soaks. Well No NIGGA use etiquette. Well you didn't say nigger but what's you said it. Yes and that's the truth. To the matter. People people will take advantage. They will take advantage when the emotions are high. And you can't come to me. You can't come to me. Even if I have a opinion about Colin Cabinet who who I respect and love because he respects and loves loves somebody. I consider family which is right if you have if I even have an opinion about him. That may not be general consensus or whatever. Whatever right you can't come? Can you tell me anything bad about NASA not going to talk about. You know you're not gonna come to me and tell me necessarily anti-black anything you know what I'm saying like I'm not going to allow those conversations to happen. Also look family conversations that happen amongst people who I consider family right. You know what I mean. That's when I when I saw I saw capita tyler. Perry of and I'm like ugly polls to be family like have you got a problem with something saying call me and check me. Tell me we can. We have that kind of relationship because I want to I walk. I want to have the proper information so I can go out there and defend y'all when need be it is it is a it is a very is a very tricky. The situation especially when these types of things happen because two things can be true. We often speak about that. This podcast you can support everything. Cap is done on and think that he didn't handle this in the best way possible. Oh let let's get back to that. I didn't two reasons number one before I knew new about the waiver. Right I was just like you know this is ridiculous right like just go to Atlanta. And if you WanNa play Layla are you. Why did you wait until the day of the move it to a high school and like you can't possibly expect this professional organization with twenty eighty five teams showed up? You're dealing with a bunch of rich motherfuckers with Egos. They came to Falcon Stadium. And now all of a sudden you switching it at the last minute to come to some high school our something away you gotta not. Are you gonNA give you the advocates. Yeah you gotta go to Middle Finger to you now. It was happy to hear that eight of the team's win. But if I'm onery is initiatives real yeah it was like I don't want to circus circus I don't want to. I don't want this circus like and I'm not I'm not saying that you know talking about respectability and respectability politics and you know. I saw him getting that. Stephen Eight for what Stephen was saying. Yeah a lot someone would stephen was saying is true. You gotta remember at the end of the day. You're the one trying to get a job. Yeah we're not bosses assist own. I heart radio. You are asking to be an employee. You're asking to be an employee you. Why would you want to continue to work out and work for these people that are continuing to pressure now and when I say continuing just this week alone if what they say about the waiver is true and they wanna capped assigned his rights away if what they say about the NFL saying take her to leave it? You got two hours. True Cap. Should be given giving them his dick to suck. Yeah fuck the NF L. Right like there's no reason to be down now on land on Saturday playing in their game. Yeah these people can't play you unless you allow yourself to continue to be played but speaking of Football Charlie Brown continuing to run the football and they move into Lucy. I see moving the motherfucker what I see when I saw this and I don't like my brothers being in that position that that all that is true if the NFL did this whole thing into fuck over cabinet which seems like a lot. I don't I don't I don't i. Don't I truly believe they. They were going to get him Gye due to they were calling it A. They're calling it a Trojan horse. That's what is that. So you get who. WHO's the horse? The Trojan horse would be the big workout right so in the Trojan War Trojan because they had the the Trojans were inside the horse yeah they offered as a guest give it goes inside the and then once it's in there you got you so what would be the Trojan Trojan Muslims. The workout okay. The paperwork to work out. But we got you that you can't see what's in the future but you gotTA team. Yes yeah if he got a job and bawled out he'd have no reason to but wasn't I wouldn't trust him if I was captain. Check it out if I go workout get sign and then you cut in a week. One hundred percent hundred percent grand opening grand closing and listen word one hundred percent right. You're hundreds of right. I just don't think it's the most unreasonable thing I think I if I'm the NFL. I would actually be open about. It'd be like we're going to do everything in our power to get you on a team. We've got the whole. Oh fucking lead to the to go and exchange for that you gotta not to us if you believe in your talents so much and you think it is so exemplary that you're GonNa wow these coaches entrust us this is the NFL. We forgive shit. People out here beating their wives every other day. They're on teams every other year right. Kareem Hunt Tyreek Hill. Still on teams right so so it's like we don't care as long as you ball out those very clear about that right. We're going to do everything in our power to get you on a team. We've never done this before. All you gotTa do is waive your right to sue us after we give you the best case scenario team. That's a reasonable deal. Can't trust the abdomen a cap absolutely. I can't you know who take Harpreet Antonio Brown Antonio Brown what do you think about because he wanted to talk about. Johnny O'Brien look the New England patriots. On Sunday it was like being fucking receive retired. Yoda patriots started with all the best receiver. They write down what they receive a call radio break all the records they have no receiver. Julian Edelman it was like she all that King Robert Kraft. I am sorry I am ready to come back and work on that. God Damn Plantation. That's my heart because he went so hard. May If you you can't go so hard and then come back like dad you can't do. It ought to sit sounded crazy. Let me say this week. Okay why do you think they'd do it so emotionally. You said you just said it but why do you think they operate when they're so emotional. Do you think a lot of these guys are just young. We underestimate had their aged. What you just said hit the nail on the head right they are doing it emotionally? They're moving off of emotion and not strategy. That's always tell people move off strategy and not emotion because when you move off motion you make mistake by. Therapy is so good That's why your spiritual counsel is so good that's why learning you're breathing exercises so good whenever you get those emotions. Those feelings natural. I'm not telling you not the deal that shit you will feel it no matter what would feel you feel. Yeah when you feel you feel and you feel that angle you feel jealousy that envy sadness just feel it breathe it out..
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Turkey was twenty four times calms down. One hundred pound. Turkey is a Raptor Y. Thirty the five thirty five right okay. Do we start so I think a good place to start is because we're talking about things and not everybody can have right and you you know Turkey on Thanksgiving is something everybody can have hairlines things that not everybody can have and I know that you're going through a little bit of of hairline withdrawal. No now I know you. You don't want to admit it but I'm looking at the posts. You know what I mean. How doth protest too much? Do you know what I mean. It's kind of leading into a good bit. I don't like the trap to pay the alliterate. Very good we can Hashtag it but I feel deep down when this technology gets good enough. There's literally just a cream and then your hair comes back. Chief Pat. I feel like you're in take pleasing. I've I've shifted on is because I've tried it and it didn't work for me now. Let's talk about it right. Okay oh I did. PRP PR in. What is that what you thought it was obviously titties?.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on Science for the People
"Obviously. When you're looking at trying to create a map of somewhere like the Grand Canyon, you go there. You take lots of pictures, you fly over to get satellite imagery, but there's some really interesting mapping in here. That's been done through kind of using other types of data one of the ones particular was Marie Tharp underwater map, which was so huge and important scientifically, but is also quite a feat in being able to map something you can't see. Yeah. In the the fact that you really can't see the bottom of the ocean is part of why it remains very poorly mapped it. I would argue that Marie Thorpe's. Ocean floor maps are potentially still the best maps of of that space. If what you're looking for is a real sense of what the ocean floor is like and like any good geologists. She had to do this by piecing together. Very few pieces of information that were sort of scattered about and interpreting what went on between those points. And so she did this in. I guess they started in the nineteen forties and fifties by using the lines of echo sounding that ships did as they crossed across the Atlantic to begin with. So these are sort of depth measurements. That were done. Done using sound measuring how long it would take for the sound to bounce off the ocean floor and return to the ship, and deciding you know, sort of translating that into a depth. And so she would take these lines in sketch out what the ocean floor looked like a exactly that line. And she had you know, she would have maybe a dozen of these for the entire Atlantic Ocean. And so what do you do in between? So she started trying to draw. Exactly what the ocean floor looked like ride along these ship tracks, and she used a method called physio graphic diagram, which is basically a little three dimensional representational sketch of landforms, so she had lots of little mountains and valleys in and planes drawn along these lines, and she started to notice that in the center. Of the ocean. There was a ridge arise in we already sort of understood that there was a a high point running down the center of the ocean. But she saw that there was within the high point a cleft a sort of deep valley at the very top of that high point..
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"atlantic ocean" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"Our guest today is Julia Roberson and together we're gonna ask what happens with the Atlantic Ocean, invades the Arctic Ocean. Julia welcome. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. I'm happy to be here for sure. The feeling is mutual. So really quick, Julia, just tell us who you are and what you do. So my name is Julia Roberson. I am vice president of communications for ocean conservancy. We are a nonprofit dedicated to ocean conservation as you might have guessed from the name of the organization. We I know, isn't that surprising? We work on the big challenges facing the ocean, and there's a ton of them and we'll get into that in a second. But my job is really to communicate about the incredible work that our scientists in program and policymakers do and try to communicate it in a way that inspires people to take. Actions care about the ocean and to not get overwhelmed because that is pretty easy to do these days differently isn't I want to get to that today? Because you know, I think people are feeling that in a number ways and not just about the climate or just about existential issue things every day feels like there's fucking something new, but this is the really maker break stuff the ticking clock as as they say a burning citizen up. They're always saying that, yeah, let's get going. So like you like you sort of just said here, we're all about actions. We're big believers in an action oriented questions, and clearly you guys are all about that to in in communication. So I think our interests align mechanically and let's get to it. All right, Julia. We do start with one important question to really get to the hardware you're here, but instead of saying, tell us your life story. We like to ask to, why are you vital to the survival of the species. Wow. What do you mean? That's just a normal everyday question. Yep. I was thinking about my bike ride in. Am I doing this planet both like, yeah, think about it people and be honest. We're here for you are here for both on the podcast and and on this planet for some sort of reason either you feel like you were born into it or you've made yourself of it or you've discovered this what you're interested in. So why are you in this time of necessary action vital to the survival of the species l out? This is an amazing question, and I'm probably going to have a ridiculous answer, but I'm definitely going to go home and think about this more. But I feel like one of the reasons that I'm here tailor made for this moment in time is that I, I am at heart in optimists. Might default is to see in believe that there are still amazing things that we can do to help each other and help the planet. And it sounds really cheesy, but my default is not dark, and I think that a that, that kind of optimism is probably needed to get us not just through, you know these times right now, but hopefully to solve some of the bigger problems that we're facing as society an alternate to remember that were all people with feelings, and you know, likes and dislikes along the way, which I've been trying to remember. I think I forgot that for a little while. Easy to do that when when this is the lazy explanation, but the other side has never really given us shit about your thoughts and feelings so, but it's important that we do do that because that's the only way we're going to help move them over to to action. So listen, Giulio. Next thing we want to do is we usually try to do is establish some context for today's question because it's a, it's a weird one, but it's an important one. That means it's time for something we call context one, a one with professor Brian legend has it a professor, Brian has been expelled from a number of high profile institutions of higher learning variety. Honestly, pretty soft misdemeanors. Most involving parking tickets, but we don't like it in the past here, an important they shouldn't charge that much for for for cleaning. Okay. Air point, whatever you say pal. So so Brian, tell us to give us your book report. What have you learned about the ocean this week? Well, it's big. Start. Hey, right here, right out of the game. It's huge and it's it's the only one in our, our solar system that were a.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"I think it's the gravitational poll from the atlantic ocean because we get we get people to get out of jail in new hampshire and they get those to rob a bank so what do they do they get provide ninety five and they drive into daytona beach and they round the back now that i'm old ride from new hampshire down you can get the urge to rob a bank until you saw the six date the city if they beat you just got off the rob the first bank for by ninety five so and was even better was he presented his demand note and he was on the back of a piece of mail that had his name weather really it was it was solved in a matter of minutes that you know i don't think he got out of out of the beach area when he was locked up sheriff i have to ask you and i'm sure that the list that you have of stupid criminal activity is as long as your leg but other than the naked man and the guy with the peace of mind what is the stupidest stupidest arrest you've ever made i'll tell you we have when i was the chief of daytona beach by executive assistant patta stung file which is nuts spelled backwards and she would get all these things and keep them in there and you know when they were having a bad day she would just burn out on my day but i hearken back to the my philadelphia days and work in the midnight to eight shift and i'm sitting at a red light at four am and this guy comes walking in front of the patrol car really nice long full length leather coat on and nice shoes and a nice hat and as she walks by you could see the tags fluttering from his unsolvable as she's walking by the car well couldn't take much to know something just burglarize though you jump out of the car hit managed really nice go nothing but the best and put your hands behind your back or four she forgot tides off my man and of course there was a burglary like four blocks away where they had knocked out the window warm didn't go off and he got himself nice.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Pre you've got a weightlifting grandma seventy six years old uh dead lifting two hundred thirty seven pounds pretty impressive well you know over one more paid on one eighty one eighty nine and you've got my favorite senior citizens the story what's uh steinhof from norway a little bit younger you though only exactly seventy but the last year he attempted to paddle row across the atlantic ocean by himself remember that story though yeah masing withing story had to be rescued at sea a hundred in thirteen days uh but he paddled over three thousand miles what are the most amazing things i've heard of my entire career and i was quite honored to uh meet him and help with the launch a by a out okay um i i shook my head in total disbelief and he practiced by rolling solo against a whole wing team from one of the local uh city um and so i said well if anybody can do this this is the guy to do it uh an amazing amazing story and ripley a exclusive the uh name on the science both you can on pitcher and he's got a ripley sean and a couple of the pitcher's uh we we help finance this tour um ballo did on our website day we got a blogs from him single where he was what the weather was and you know there were there were many days that although although there was to report was whether the had a rough from day one and ended up being hit by a hurricane right to give up isn't that sound dory and along those lines edward speaking of elite athletes doing physical seats of strains and endurance i had the good fortune to know jacco lane for over thirty years and had 70 at at at the same age as this person half at age seventy he pulled seventy boats setting a mile and a half in san pedro harbour in southern california is going to say he has way i'm across the san francisco nieto poinciana naselle aas uh shackled and i think he just at a dolphin kick from you know mile and a half and cold water but anyway dating back to this weightlifting grandma yuille what mr halphen you their dollars no doubt about it yeah i gotta show and they'll for all.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The atlantic ocean the explosion caused the plane to shudder for about twenty minutes before pilots could bring the vibration under control and it took another two hours to get the plane down at a small airport no one was injured but it took passengers another ninety minutes to exit the plane the airport was not equipped to handle large jets recovery is slowly taking place in puerto rico even with heavy rain hampering efforts governor ricardo reseo says fifty one hospitals were back in service two of this hospitals have been energized so now we're up to nine hospitals that are being served with energy of the stations that have been energized in in boycotting president trump arrives there on tuesday the reception that the president may expect to get a when he arrives there may not be the most warm given the fact that he spent his morning directly criticising the people on the ground there that are doing their best to recover from this deadly and tragic hurricane correspondent ryan nobles the president criticised the mayor of san juan and others four from his point of view being unable to get more puerto ricans to help in their recovery to marches in the nation's all converged on the national mall saturday in the name of addressing racial and gender inequality people brought up sarlat shelbyville brought up repeal of dhaka people brought up colloton for gender gender right from slight correspondent rene marsh saturday marks the ninety eight anniversary of the elaine massacre in which more than one hundred african american sharecroppers from elaine arkansas or murdered by mobs after demanding better pay from white plantation owners the aclu's planning to sue the trump administration over the latest version of the travel ban the aclu says adding north korea ends in venezuelan stood a list does not make it any less of a ban on muslims on john matthews i'm scott progressive presents.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The atlantic ocean the explosion caused the plane to shudder for about twenty minutes before pilots could bring the vibration under control and it took another two hours to get the plane down at a small airport no one was injured but it took passengers another ninety minutes to exit the plane airport was not equipped to handle large jets recovery is slowly taking place in puerto rico even with heavy rain hampering efforts governor ricardo reseo says fifty one hospitals are back in service two of these hospitals have been energized so now we're up to nine hospitals that are being served with energy all the stations that have been energized in in boycotting president trump arrives there on tuesday the reception that the president may expect to get a when he arrives there may not be the most warm given the fact that he spent his morning directly criticising the people on the ground there that are doing their best to recover from this deadly and tragic hurricane correspondent ryan nobles the president criticised the mayor of san juan and others four from his point of view being unable to get more puerto ricans to help in their recovery to marches in the nation capital converged on the national mall saturday in the name of addressing racial and gender inequality people brought up sarlat people brought up repeal of dhaka people also brought up any gender right correspondent rene marsh saturday marks the ninety eight anniversary of the elaine massacre in which more than one hundred african american sharecroppers from healing arkansas were murdered by mobs after demanding better pay from white plantation owners the aclu is planning to sue the trump administration over the latest version of the travel ban the aclu says adding north koreans and venezuelans to the list is not make it any less of a ban on muslims i'm john matthews i'm g eight hundred quicken loans you just do a ball ratings lcd twenty am wctt we'll springs in ninety two point.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on KKAT
"The atlantic ocean the explosion caused the plane to shudder for about twenty minutes before pilots could bring the vibration under control and it took another two hours to get the plane down at a small airport no one was injured but it took passengers another ninety minutes to exit the plane the airport was not equipped to handle large jets recovery is slowly taking place in puerto rico even with heavy rain hampering efforts governor ricardo reseo says fifty one hospitals were back in service two of this hospitals have been energized so now we're up the nine hospitals that are being served the with the energy of the stations that have been a energized in in boycotting president trump arrives there on tuesday the reception that the president may expect to get a when he arrives there may not be the most warm given the fact that he spent his morning directly criticising the people on the ground there that are doing their best to recover from this i deadly and tragic hurricane correspondent ryan nobles the president criticised the mayor of san juan and others four from his point of view being unable to get more puerto ricans to help in their recovery to marches in the nation's capital all converged on the national mall saturday in the name of addressing racial and gender inequality people brought up charlottesville people brought up repeal of dhaka people also brought up quality her gender gender rights things the bags correspondent rene marsh saturday marks the ninety eight anniversary of the elaine massacre in which more than one hundred african american sharecroppers from healing in arkansas were murdered by mobs after demanding better pay from white plantation owners the aclu's planning to sue the trump administration over the latest version of the travel ban the aclu says adding north koreans and venezuelans to the list does not make it any less of a ban on muslims on john matthews i'm scott tannen founder of boll branch were you.
"atlantic ocean" Discussed on WTMA
"The atlantic ocean the explosion caused the plane to shudder for are about twenty minutes before pilots could bring the vibration under control and it took another two hours to get the plane down at a small airport no one was injured but it took passengers another ninety minutes to exit the plane the airport was not equipped to handle large jets recovery is slowly taking place in puerto rico even with heavy rain hampering efforts governor ricardo reseo says fifty one hospitals were back in service to of this hospitals have been energized so now we're up to nine hospitals that are being served with energy of the stations that have been energized in in what president trump arrives there on tuesday the reception that the president may expected get a when he arrives there may not be the most warm given the fact that he spent his morning directly criticising the people on the ground there that are doing their best to recover from this deadly and tragic hurricane correspondent ryan nobles the president criticised the mayor of san juan and others four from his point of view being unable to get more porter ricans to help in their recovery to marches in the nation's capital converged on the national mall saturday in the name of addressing racial and gender inequality he brought up charlottesville people brought up repeal of dhaka people also brought up quality for gender and gender rights things that adds like correspondent reid a march saturday marks the ninety eight anniversary of the elaine massacre in which more than one hundred african american sharecroppers from elaine arkansas were murdered by mobs after demanding better pay from white plantation owners the aco use planning to sue the trump administration over the latest version of the travel ban the aclu says adding north koreans and venezuelans to the list is not make it any less of a ban on muslims on john matthews i'm scott tannen founder of boll branch we can get the world's most comfortable sheets for.