17 Burst results for "Baffin"

"baffin" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:41 min | 3 d ago

"baffin" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Even though we're not in a city there's enough light in the sky. I think that i'd have to find somewhere a little darker. Baffin bay Yeah it it's actually better if you lived in a dark place because then you could image right from your backyard. He takes five minutes to set the camera up sleep. You go to sleep and then you come back the next morning. Hopefully before the sun rises. And you stop the imaging and even if it's after the sun rises you just cut those out with photoshop because you get all that wash out so you're setting it to take successive ten second exposures. How what are you doing. Okay so the. Sony has a built in interval shooting function. Right you right. Ten second exposures with a three second pause in between six and you just go to bed. Yeah and then you wake up the next morning you stop it and then you the hard part comes. He start to work with photoshop and setting it up it. It's a very lengthy process because overnight. I might depending on the time of the year. I might capture anywhere between twenty five hundred and four thousand images and you have to put those. Yeah you have to import those into photoshop. You do your Editing of the photos. And then you know you do a thing where you sink all of them the same way and then you produce the video and It's it takes. Probably and i bought a pc. I'm so used to max. But max wasn't able to until probably now with the m. one but matt could not keep up with all images that i was trying to process or i bought a really high high quality. Pc to do that and even with that it takes five or six hours to do the processing. Wow that comes to my question for for time lapse processing like that. Would i be better off. Sticking with photoshop or affinity. Something i should maybe consider. Do you think or so what are you doing. You're looking at each image. Well i pick one image okay so this is not this is not to go through the images. This is when you've already decided what image you wanna work on. Well i don't really. What i do is i go to about the middle of all of the different images that i have saved. If it's four thousand. I might go around. Image two thousand. yeah. And i'll. I'll pick that photo editor the way that i think it looks best and putting all the different changes to it with photoshop. Then i think all of the photos to those setting and it converts everything over in a long. Get what you're doing. Yes so you're doing a volume per volume adjustment. Because once you get the right lighting everything you just apply it to all of them. That's correct yeah so much easier. Yeah oh that's a smart way to do it. Yeah and then. I stack them up in in Stocks and process it and render a video from it. So time consuming. I mean not that you have to be there in front of the computer turning him into time lapses. Yeah i combine all back those images all four thousand right now. it's thirty seven hundred images in a row. Did i stacked together. I you can render a video out of that through photo shop and it comes out but it takes five or six hours to get that done so every night that i do this the next day on the computer on and off you know. I don't have to sit there for five or six hours. I put it to work in in between all these steps i go in and go to the next step and you know like three steps or so and it it just time consuming..

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"baffin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"baffin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Here now and was officer Dibble was he? Who is the jelly stone park ranger? Oh ranger. Smith was ranger Smith. I. Oh, no. Okay, range. And but anyway, talking about Marsh, Wrens martians are everywhere in usually, I don't ever get a chance to see a Marsh Wren, but just out of pure luck. Pure luck the Marsh Wrens jump forward in allow takes their picture. Now they also put their wings around each other. Smiled. Yeah, I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd, like, if we told her about this place, it's a little too secluded. No, she might get a little suspicious. Yes. It's only a little bit off road down this path that you can barely bake your way through the I can't believe how close we are disease. Spurs, we've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before read this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be it could be it for you. This could be what finally snags me the H. L Minkin award. So we took our time, and it was a day that didn't seem to be very, well, commentary didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging, because it was this is June thirteenth, and it's chilly. If sixty six degrees, six degrees, it might as well be a Dan September. Try to remember while there's an overcast sky, sort of a threatening Scud. Yeah. Yeah. Come yellow heads. Yeah. And I just saw this is this is going to be a bad day, all around. But, but we do great. And so what you did ringing every last bird out everywhere you go now. Well we're pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did. We saw American bitterns and least bitterns as we sit in these are secretive birds that usually high. But they hobby, right out. Yup. Hummy Marsh Wrens. You think there were, oh a dozen? Dozen my nights. You say, oh, it's, it's dozens. Well, a couple dozen nineteen point is on Saginaw Bay. And it is north of Ohio and north South Carolina. Would you say? Yeah. Kind of north west a bit, perhaps. All right. And it's north north west. Uh-huh. Yeah. And it's kind of, but it's south. Did you hear that? Yeah. That's a lays. That is the yellow to blackboard is the south of Baffin island. It is it if you are going to king point. And you find yourself Baffin island, please, ladies and gentlemen, turn around turn the car around. Right. I mean, you're not gonna see a yellow headed blackbirds there for one thing. No. And we know Seh habitat has been cut down from past years. Hasn't it has? I wonder if that has anything to do with he yellow headed blackbirds. Move to this area. It could be because this is still quite densely populated with greenery it is, there's a lot of greenery right here. Yeah. But I think it has more of a variety for the Mike you were pointing out to our listeners about how the marshy area ridi area nearby the wooded area, there's protection there's, there's a natural. I think this is just ideal for the modern yellow headed woodpecker. It is the modern yellow headed woodpecker and the modern yellow headed Blackbird. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think since the Blackbird sound a little mad. Like that. Like that is because they're still waiting for your sonnets, your promise yellow had. Oh, last fo-. Yes. And how is that coming? What kind of progress are you make I make making pretty good progress. I'm still working on a few trying to iron out a few wrinkles. Okay. And how many wrinkles should assign. It have. Well, I it's like at a wrinkle and a b wrinkle. Okay. And then they kinda alternate for awhile. That's at least two wrinkles. Yeah. And then it ends up with a like some other kind of a wrinkle, and among the other miraculously things we saw. We saw a field with several Caspian turns in it, right? Oh, yes, there were dozens of Caspian tres another yellow head. Yeah. Yep. And yeah. After we're done with this pock. We're missing the opportunity for some more Pulitzer prize winning shots, just for the sake of our audience because we want our audience to be here with us as we discussed the fine points of this. It's starting to rain a little bit too. Well, if you lose your Pulitzer because we're stopping and talking to our audience. And I think it's about time that you started to reevaluate your priorities because our audience, you know, frankly. No, maybe I shouldn't get into it now. But our audience has been a little bit Hoste lately. They have. Yeah, they have according to map, my hike, which is not a sponsor of the show in either, as briskets to go your one stop destination for the best briskets on planet earth. But that number again, Bob will give the phone number at the end of the show, Bill. But map my hike said we walked two point two one miles, and it took us two hours twenty three minutes. That's good. I know more about I mean, I'm exhausted. Yeah. Huffing and puffing. It's well, I may only be sixty six degrees, but maybe shell the workforce out in the open to you never see that just sitting down your because this is a little wonderland here. I might try and get a picture of a yellow warbler. I are. Okay. So we're about at the end of the show. Really? Yeah. This is one is zipped right by we'll wait till tomorrow, because we have not yet, gone to towers point state park, and that's going to be every bit as exciting as the show who knows what treasures are these yellow. So there's going to be another podcast coming up tomorrow. Wow. Yes. That's right. Mr. yellow headed Blackbird. That's right. And so life radio pet life radio. So thank you for joining us, in this exciting moment. I can't believe how close we were, and Bill Bill is one who said he's right over there. I heard me. I couldn't find and Bill Bill set what did you say? I said, what's that? That's right. So thanks to Mark winter for putting up the money for this exciting expedition to Niane king point, south of Baffin island, very generous, thanks to book character Bill home for joining me and driving me in gusts Volvo. Sure. Gus says you're welcome thanks to filler Inc for providing much of the content to this show, and I guess that's it. Email us at Bob at pet life radio dot com or put your name and address on a postcard. And.

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"baffin" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

The Nightly Rant

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"baffin" Discussed on The Nightly Rant

"Devas spray. Yeah, we have some in the Baffin and you put it in your nose. I'm not talking about Flonase phone as is different still antihistamine spray sort of. Yeah. But it's not as strong the stuff over the counter was like a strong as it could be without a prescription. And it was like. Really addictive crap. Okay. It was bad for you. Like, you got to the point where your nose would never lubricate because you just kept using that stuff and using using that stuff and using that stuff and then your nose. We're just like all right. Well, now, I don't know whether to stay moist and like I'm supposed to or stay dry because you keep spraying this shit. That drives me out at me. It would go crazy. Crazy. You can't blame it. How's it supposed to know giving mixed signals? Mixed. Sick. I know the Florida is makes me sneeze. Just super counterproductive. Won't you know, what's been happening to me is I've been getting that sneezy thing. But but. My chest is kind of tight and congested. But it hasn't broken up yet, you know, the phlegm so still kind of a solid sheet in there. So when I sneeze, it hurts like hell because it pulls on the sides of my lungs and hurts like hell, it feels like someone's cutting feels like your long they're gonna come out of your hand. Their stand the feeling. It's a weird feeling then the dog will look at me because he can hear me say. That you've. Just you know, affected my nose and also knees the dog looks at me like oh my God. Because he can tell that hurt me. Like, ouch. He's like, oh my God. Are you? Okay. Yep. Because he's very this guy Yogi, he's very intuitive. I think all docs, are though, really. I don't think I quite honestly don't think that's anything special. Just from the dog on the dog thing. What's annoying though? Is you sneeze thirty five times in a row and Yogi decides that the middle of said sneezing fit. He's got to climb up and make sure you're okay. So he's there in your face China lick you all your mouth is open your sneezing. Sensually? Tom best with the dog sorry Yogi, but I really didn't want your tongue in my mouth. You know, why I'm laughing because you're so right, right? He just molest you that's the dog for you. We just exposed him. He's a dig got. We just threw you under the bus. Then last night he like worms his little ass under my blankets. Heated dot worm. There you lifted up your blanket come under buddy that when he went onto the first blanket here get you under the second blanket. You know, did I was trading outlet blanket. And I think you may have interpreted as covering up the dog you, but I wasn't dead. My eyeball. My eyeballs say, so whatever that's fine. Your eyeballs are allowed to be rob. Okay. Well, you're you're entitled to say to my wrong. So we now agree to disagree. So we just move on. No problem, then he's like pushing your rod thousand gonna kill you. Tried to slide that you caught it. He's a thousand degrees. The kicking me doc. I was a thousand degrees dot guy. He was dozen grease. You'd be smelling cooking beef. I just got some awesome sound bytes for voice overs. Bro. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. It's gonna be killer. And I'm going to just drop them in in the ad it wherever I feel like here. It's gonna drive people crazy. But you know, what? Eventually, it's going to earn people rewards points. You watch got an idea came up right now on my head. You're gonna hear the Yogi to CEO of yogis podcast. Our has defense straighted the co host, Mike. What the hell is the word defend straighted yet? It kind of leads to shove at a window..

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"baffin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"baffin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"From the edges of melting ice caps on Canada's Baffin island's they found that a lot of the plants have been under the ice for at least forty thousand years. The discovery has researchers warning about the dangers of climate change though, they say. The findings suggest that the Arctic region is seeing its warmest century in at least one hundred fifteen thousand years, well, dozens of athletes made their extreme sport of choice that much more extreme in the cold. The Arrowhead one thirty five race in Minnesota went on despite a wind chill fifty below zero. Organizers plan the event every year hoping to align with the coldest conditions. It's a one hundred thirty five mile race athletes, either run bikes ski or kick sled. Fifty two of the one hundred forty six competitors finished the race. It is five sixteen. Now Bill five below zero this morning, but this is going to be more like a typical not temperature wise, but the typical formation of a day how it starts off cold in the morning, and then it might be warm. Yeah. Yeah. We are going to get warmer, which is great. Our wind chills. Yesterday were absolutely brutal. Getting through daybreak we saw than Kokomo almost fifty degrees below zero. And that's impressive because we were talking about how snow helps aid some of those colder temperatures. We didn't have much snow on the ground self. It was cold yesterday. We did break a record of a one of the coldest highs. We've seen in a while high of three yesterday we broke it yesterday. The record was at seven degrees. So it wasn't very cold day for us here across the state. We're going to continue to see temperatures on the colder side, but a little bit better than what we saw yesterday afternoon. We're starting off below zero everywhere five below in Indianapolis, ten below in Kokomo ten below also up and Lafayette to start off this morning. So you're going to need all of the layers. You can get before you head out in about either for the school bus for work. Be sure that your car starts up.

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"baffin" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Graders finish the names. Come in is take -fensive action. In behalf. We must positive action seek to remove those conditions of poverty insecurity industry, which saw in which the seed of communism rules. These revolutionary time all over the. Men are the name Stolz systems of exploitation in prison. Now, the wounds frail the world systems of Justice and being. This in Baffin people land. Arising up that never before people. Who said I have seen a brake lights. We have. Must support these revolutions? It is sad that because of comfort complacency morbid fear of communist our from this to adjust to injustice. Western nations that initiated so much of the revolution. Of the modern world of now become the anti revolution. This has good minutes field on as revolutionary spirit that for coming judgment Dame style to make real and follow through the revolutions that we initiate owned the hope today. Lives in our? Recaps. Go out into the sometimes hostile where flaring deter hostility, poverty, racism and militarism. This power of the middle. We sell old challenge status will and unjust. That vise the Dave whenever valid of soft ever-mounting heels of made. Could be made straighten the rough places playing genuine revolution. The violence means the final that must become at the minute. Rovan section. Ever mentioned must now override. Hi as a whole audit to preserve the indi-individually society. This call on the worldwide finish. Lifts navy concern the arm one try race class and nation is.

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"baffin" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"To get the message out there of what truly sets your heart on fire. What you feel so impassioned and and have a conviction in which to impart to everybody. So let's talk about some of the subject matters. Specifically when you're giving a talk Janet, you know, what are the things that jazz you up the most what do you feel most calling to talk about? You have the power to change. Yes. You have the power to change anything in your life. And even if that's just how you view it. But if somebody has a dream, and they've always had a dream. You know, it may not turn out the way you thought like I am just to give you an example. I found a piece of paper that I must have written in school. I don't know how many years ago are how old I was. And it says I wanna fly above the clouds, and I at that time wanted to be a flight attendant in those days, we call them stewardesses. I like the little hat. They were wearing anyway. I was too short and were glasses. So I could not be a stewardess and things have changed. And but I when I the first time I flew up to the Baffin island's to work. I realized I was flying above the clouds, and I've got all kinds of pictures of that because you know, I may not have thrown shown up as a flight attendant flying all over the place, but I do now. Fly a lot, and I do fly above the clouds, and there are many times somebody else's put in the Bill for that flight. So you know, we may think that we have a vision.

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"baffin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

14:33 min | 2 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The the order flow is basically the mega mega macro policy. Decisions are made in the treasury. The US treasury the US exchange stabilization fund has the has the financial resources to actually implement these decisions. And when they implement through decisions if it requires interaction with the capital markets or the commodities markets where the bond markets. The order flow is yes. Jeff. Fung's up the new York Federal Reserve trading desk and the new York Federal Reserve acts as the exclusive agent for the broker let's just say the exclusive broker of exchange stabilisation fund, and they disseminate the orders to the commercial banks in the marketplace. So that's that's how the order and deal flow works, and then the interventions we see we see on on a on a personal level. We see these interventions as a day when gold or silver might have every reason in the world to go up in price. And instead, they get their prices are in Nyla did when when people intervene on exchanges like the COMEX in New York, and they sell literally billions upon billions of dollars worth of paper contracts. Notice futures golden silver futures. And when when we look at for instance, Dave the open interest in the supermarket on the COMEX exchange alone, we see. There's. Oh, I think last week the last time I looked there was two hundred twelve thousand contracts of open interest on the COMEX silver. Market and each each contract represents or or is supposed to represent five thousand ounces of silver. So that means that the COMEX exchange has has one exchange, and there there are many other exchanges in the world. But the COMEX exchange itself has sold well over a billion ounces of silver. Literally does not exist. And this wouldn't be so bad. Except for the fact that the world only minds about eight hundred million ounces of silver every year. So one exchange has sold more silver than the earth gives up in a year and the regulators in the United States are in. Let's see collusion, but in actuality owned and operated through the exchange stabilization fund, and when you mentioned Baffin, the German equivalent, it appears Baffin has quote gone off the reservation, right because they're saying. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. While the CFTC regulatory commission here in the United States to say now, there's no manipulation the summer market while bafin is coming into going. Whoa. Criminal manipulation of precious metals America, the silver market and now Baffin as saying that Deutsche Bank. You guys are a problem while here in the United States regulators are gonna party on. Well, of course, of course, American regulators have no have no issue with interventions in the precious metals markets because America benefits from the price of precious metals being suppressed because a rising or booming price of precious metals. Is is basically amounts to a feeling report card for the American dollar. So, but but the big issue here is and the big row that has developed between German regulators and the American hegemony as I call it is that Baffin does not believe. German regulators do not believe that deutchebanks raise onto etre should be the perpetuation of US dollar, and especially especially when the activities include criminally rigging commodities market prices. So this is why they have ordered join tobacco to the pool. And isn't it interesting gave the securities and Exchange Commission, and the CFCC they had an investigation into the golden sober markets that lasted over five years, and at the end of five years, they said, there's basically nothing to see here move along and there, no criminal. Misdoings occurring. Well, isn't it interesting that an international lawsuit that was fought level lobbied against surprisingly, no American banks, but a gaggle of European banks found deutchebanks was guilty, which a Bank has admitted guilt in rigging the prices of the precious metals markets and shortly thereafter? It was none other than the German regulator Batman that ordered to toback haute of the golden silver market and toback has closed. Those trading desks in their institution. So we have a real economy. In. Let's say in the way of thinking between German regulators and American regulators, and we all know that American globalist entities have been trying to put Russia in a box for very long time. Now that seems to be front page news in the lame stream media on a daily basis. And isn't it amazing that going back in two thousand fifteen it was September twenty fifteen that charges were leveled against Volkswagen the biggest German automaker? Charges were leveled against them regarding compliance, maybe EPA for for diesel emissions and this suit God launched literally four days after Volkswagen had opened in who engine plant in Russia. So if you if you can't see the connection between what's occurring in terms of a deterioration in trade relations between America and Germany. And if you can't can't understand that if while American German relations are deteriorating German relations with Russia seemed to be going in the opposite direction. Robin. We look across the landscape of the world. We have Germany repatriating its goal from the United States. We have Russia China. India all buying huge amounts of gold and silver. We have. We should we should qualify when you state that. Russia. China are buying huge amounts of gold. They are not buying the paper variety. Comex likes to peddle what they what they are buying and what they seek is the real stuff physically physical metal. Yes. And a criminal enterprise that I call criminal enterprise J P, Morgan chases, we've outlined before under the direction of Jamie diamond, his also accumulating huge amounts of gold and silver, correct? Absolutely. Okay. So rob many of the people that listen to the show believe the markets are fraudulent and they're correct. And he said, you know to void. This paper chaos that the globalist are in the process of creating I am going to own something that has real stored value has for five thousand years gold and silver, and they see China Russia India and the banking syndicate accumulating as you mentioned. Huge huge quantities of gold, physical gold and silver. Now, paper contracts, physical gold and silver. And then they say, yeah. But. I get so frustrated looking at the price every day because it goes down every day, and and and just basic supply demand. This thing should be going through the roof. Rob do you believe that there's going to be an economic reset? And when that reset occurs, the price of gold and silver are going to reach their intrinsic the values that should have been reached long ago if it was not for the paper suppression of the physical. Golden celery. The the people the people in the in the the the gold camp for the precious metals. Can't that are referred to his gold bugs, and this would be this would be headlined realistically by the group known as gathered the gold anti-trust action committee chaired by Bill Murphy, and Chris Powell. The Gada doctrine has long maintained that we're in a we're in a long protracted war against the price of precious metals, and that time would come, and I and I believe will come, and I believe is probably very close at hand when the demand for physical metal would indeed Trump supply issues of physical metal versus the. The barrage of paper that get sold in the world marketplace for precious metal. And so what I'm saying is the day will come when people are requesting more physical metal than there is supply in the world, and at and at that point in time the Dan will break where the paper markets will be exposed for the fraud. They really are. Because the disconnect between what what people will have to pay for physical. Metal will not be congruent or consistent with the prices being offered in the paper markets. So this day is coming can has been kicked down the road of airy long way. But all roads do aunt and this road will end also. And when it ends people who do not own physical precious. Metal will be. Lumpy Brown stuff. Oh to walk. Rob the deep state attack on precious metals paper markets this week was relentless. And in fact, many people that have withstood the storm over the years have capitulated this past week saying, you know, I can't take it anymore. I just I think I might even though my my brain tells me that that I done the right thing by positioning myself with precious metals. My my heart is just it just watching Stuart Varney Cohen over the stock market going up two hundred points today and talking about Facebook stock and Netflix stock people this this past week in particular up many people have capitulated, which I believe. Is a sign of an absolute bottom out. I mean, my my my retort to what you have just stated is that people who are of that mind should really. Think about turning on Netflix and watching a movie called the big short great moving. So because what we are what we are witnessing in in real time with precious metals is literally script of the big short. And it's very entertaining movie. Even if your not financially minded, it's it's a very entertaining movie to watch anyway, but we are living in the precious metals markets, we are living the big short. So, you know. You know, it requires it requires an enormous amount of patients and some people and some people without or stupidity. Because there there are some people that have just absolutely had it with the shenanigans that go on in her in her. What what are supposed to be public capital markets because they're not free. They certainly aren't fair, and we have regulators that basically do not regulate and do not enforce on the books commodities law with regards to this brutal price suppression, which is which is all being done. But I would I would say this anybody who thinks that the government regulators are going to ever enforce commodities law. When the government is the one doing shorting of the precious metals in the paper markets, I think you're sadly mistaken what it's going to require is ultimately David will amount to where will be because foreign demand for physical precious. Metal Trump's the paper price will occur as sure as God made little green apples. Robin in the past week IMF, which I consider a portion of the deep state, the entertainment International Monetary Fund, warns of quote, southern sudden repricing in asset prices as a trims global economic outlook outlook, you'll never hear this on CBS or FOX business. News, quote, financial markets seem broadly complacent in the face of global risks with elevated valuations and compress spreads in many countries. IMF chief economist Murray ops fell warned that quote, the risk of worse outcomes has increased for the world economy in a repricing is at hand. Yes. Well, that is that is I would just call that that is an admission by people who get to see things from very high level that we are indeed running out of road. And as as I said earlier David can has been kicked down the road for a long time. And the end I believe is in sight, and we we will get to the end of this road. And when we go off the road and into the ticket story won't end. Well, we'll stop into story. So rob we've said it before. But I I think it bears repeating. If you listen to C, N, B S and FOX business news. It's by Facebook by Netflix by apple by you name. The doctor's you're in the market. They're all fine. What do people need to do from your standpoint in order to protect their financial freedom and enhanced? I know I sound like a broken record saying it, but owning physical precious metal is akin to having fire insurance on.

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"baffin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A field with overall infringement, right? Oh, yeah. Computers another yellow head, yeah Yup and after we're done with the we're seeing the opportunity for more Justice our audience because we want our audience to be here with. Us as we discussing a little bit too, if you lose your talking to our audience I think it's about time that you tried to, reevaluate? Your, priorities You know frankly get, into it now but our audience is a little bit ASTA lately Yeah we have Hike Your or the planet will give the phone number as we walked point one miles Two hours No, I. Mean yeah I'm often in, six degrees but Neil to. You. Never say, sitting, on your land here I, might All, right so we're, about at the end of the show. Really yeah Yeah well wait will trial because we have gone, to? Waste Mark, as can be every bit as exciting for fishers Pakistan up Carl wow yes That's Katyal life. Radio Moment I can't believe we were both the one who said, right over, there I heard me couldn't Bill That's right Thank you Mark winter for up the money citing edition to Nanking point off the, Baffin island very generous Bill home for joining me and driving me in. The, Volvo you're. You're welcome Traded for providing much into this show and Email us at baba pet life radio dot com, or even address on a part and if you this.

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"baffin" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"Down the dial about how joe doggett and he and i formulate came up with a plan to fish on super bowl weekend fish baffin bay on super bowl weekend because that was going to be the least crowded weekend on the water ever recorded probably now think it very well may have been the reason doggett and iin cliff fish super bowl weekend is because he had missed the previous weekend when cliff and i had absolutely lit up those giant trout just absolutely let them up and he opted instead he was invited i call him i said hey man cliff says it's going to be really good and you might want to consider jumping on no no he says i it's going to be rainy and cold and others don't think it's going to work and a lot of you will remember me telling on him that what he did instead was opt for a blind date that didn't turn out nearly as good as that fishing trip but we did go back the next weekend we did take another run at it and unfortunately the trout were not nearly so cooperative not nearly so cooperative happens mike ways in talked sally ann arbor this past week it's farhi expo shuttle picture of my best trout seven a quarter twenty six and a half said they felt pretty comfortable that they could beat that by coming down fish baffled with him some day soon that would be a good idea hoon that would be cool mike says an i'm telling yet there's a place you're going to do it and people you're going to do that with mike that's probably where you need to head the in this year turning out to be a pretty good year for numbers of big trout down that way as well so if you still get on the books he might want to just jump ride on that you might want to just jump right on that oh there was one more fun fact know until all we are these these make me wonder about the and i'll be curious to see if they do this survey again in a couple of months depending on the outcome of the game tomorrow abe if it's especially if it's just a runaway a new survey gay people list of important life events asked that they be willing to skip them if they had.

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"baffin" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"In wind direction and what the marine layers doing if there's fog out offshore and have you let's say for example you're you're looking at everything you did checking the whether you checking uh positions for stars and things as that ling good have you will you scrap a trip based on the information you're getting ahead of time or do you figure you know what it's the worth getting out there and and find out what i can find it really depends a lot of times all just if i'm going someplace where i think in others potential in all conditions i'll i'll go and see what i get and distal have an adventure and see what unfolds but they're certainly times when um for example in kind of a winter mountain landscape if i want snow a lot of times in my photos i want fresh snow and so i'll wait for a snowstorm to come through and if it doesn't snow there's no fresh snow then y'all scrap a trip and right now in southern oregon work been having one of those when here's where just hasn't snowed much in the mountains for for weeks or even months so go to dishonored in a holding pattern yeah date you guys on these coaster stealing our winter all right you can have it back no problem all right the review in in the planning stages of a of a trip right now we both are planning an expedition to baffin island o of this summer yeah for the summer okay so still a well away what i like to do with most of my workshops the most of my trips is have sort of a loose itinerary and then when i get there and the feet around the ground that's the time when i applaud all of these apps and on an outing per outing basis and make decisions about the micro location where exactly within that general area that i have access to um i might wanna go to do is get the best results.

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"baffin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The arctic the land foods the terrestrial foods are insufficient to feed polar bears so you can think of the sea ice kind of as the polar bears giant dinner plate and it's got these seals laying out there like giant fat pills and that's what the polar bears have specialized on and we also know that there is a linear relationship between global mean temperature and sea ice extend so the warmer it gets the less sea ice we have if we allow the world to continue to warm we'll have less and less ice that the polar bears depend on now for this particular bear i think that there's kind of to take home messages one is given the background that i just gave you we know that longer periods of sea ice absence from areas like baffin bay will result in more and more bears that our food deprived and result in a condition like the image that we've seen here are people have said well we you know we don't really know maybe the bear was schick further reach absolutely and that was the the next point i was going to make is that we know very little about this bear we know that the bears malnourished to the point of starvation i think that the photographers are corrected this despair was probably in its last hours of life but polar bears have very few natural enemies of you know humans have hunted them for millennia and casually wolves can kill the young but for the most part when polar bears die naturally and they do otherwise world it'd be covered with polar bears a a typically it's because of lack of the ability to get food and so they starve and so this spare could have had a broken jaw or could have had other injuries prevented from being ineffective hunter may be it was just unlucky in catching food before the ice went away so far churkin your this video could could be a a kind of wakeup call for people exactly yeah we can't say for sure what caused the problem that this bears experiencing but we do know that ultimately if we don't stop the warming of the world more and more bears will be experiencing this fate and ultimately they'll all be gone stephen amd trump is chief scientist for polar bears international thanks so much for being with us thank you scott.

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"baffin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Devastating national geographic video has been making its way around the world the polar bear gaunt in week from starvation point through garbage effect in abandoned fishing camp on baffin island the bear seem so exhausted from hunger it can barely stand the filmmakers believe the bear was just hours from death the bear and the video have called renewed attention to climate change and the decline of sea ice the toll rivers need to hunt and find food steven am struck his chief scientist for the conservation group polar bears international and he joins us now thanks so much for being with us thank you for having me must have been hard for you to see this video it's really heartbreaking for anybody in for somebody like me who spent most of my adult life studying polar bears it really is a difficult image to watch as i don't have to tell you mr am strip there were people who took to the web to say what are we really know about this bear in the circumstances of from your point of view what what do we know about the plight of the spare well i think this particular bear we don't know much but i'd like to give you little bit of background that i think many people don't understand polar bears each principally to species of seals and they can only catch though seals from the surface of the sea ice throughout the arctic the land foods the terrestrial foods are insufficient to feed polar bears so you can think of the.

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"baffin" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"H mm the video has been shared millions of times end it has provoked an outpouring of horror and of soro last friday as it happens spoke with christina mittermeier have the group c legacy about images a member of her team captured near baffin island of an emaciated polar bear struggling to walk but over the weekend we received a number of comments from people from northern canada who object it to the image being used to illustrate the issue of climate change only kadijk is a longtime polar bear monitor in the none of it town of our viet and that is where we reached him mr a catholic how did you react when he saw this video of these starving polar bear yeah you i would probably lifted a shop compute um mean you can scan your bear and by um it's just not my first time seen something like this like not only on porter birth but they other species i reckon total each surprised but uh he's got nothing's happened they um mother nature gonna do part of that and and you know just a part of the uh the cycle of it's kind of sad to see that of uh uh enriched by but what can we do that now the the message that was put out by national geographic on its when he published this video and this is wanted their photographers they ride on that this is what climate change looks like from your point of view is that climate change set killed that there.

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"baffin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dead were from a fishing village on the banks of lake albert heavy rains caused parts of a nearby mountain to collapse and engulf the village a few others died as they surged old mines for gold president trump has denied that he drew moral equivalence between white supremacist groups and their opponents including the woman who was killed at a rally in charlottesville at the weekend from washington his anthony circa than typical trump baffin he's been tweeting out from a very early hour this morning the first thing he did was bashed the media as he likes to do about misrepresenting what he said in his remarks about charlottesville that day he was very clear that he condemned bigotry and eight you also took swipes at several members of his own party because you have to remember that donald trump has been getting some criticism from fellow republicans he singled out lindsey graham a republican senator from south carolina by name so it seems like he's declaring war on his own side critics of all stripes you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc and this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake new jersey protesters are calling on us representative leonard lance to do more than condemn white supremacist once after this weekend's rally in charlottesville bill got dinger his from more mountainside new jersey he says the violence in charlottesville really shook him a father fought the nazis armed jewish the fact that the nazis allowed the parade around i kill people in this country and torment people torture be oh is more than i can say lances suggesting passing a new voting rights act when congress returns in september protesters say he should take a stand against how the white house has responded to white supremacy new yorkers with individual health care plans on the affordable care act we'll see their premiums rise in average of fourteen percent that's after the cuomo administration approve rate increases don ingles is the vice president of blue cross blue shield of western new york he says the increases due to obamacare is uncertain future and other rising costs in the health care industry as a nonprofit ensure we take that very seriously.

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"baffin" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The rank and file in my career baffin likely don't i'm not gonna work in a vacuum hour out cake important confederate near liquor best picture it apart and so what's the unique just a minute left what what what do you think is the unique nature the town in north providence the makes policing um both the a joy and a challenge uh i'm not sure i understand your query north providence zone special town so you know policing in north providence is is gotta be unique from you know other communities what would it be monopole on the plus in the minus side well i could gather a day whisky weird a year uh if your unique it's got if you can trigger sharing yet you have to be okay we work where uh coming up very very early i bet there's just uh a variety of things that will will be over here i wouldn't they acquire concrete community note it placed in recruiting providence ill so we have a suburban area i wife died at electric bothered very early upright upgraded your gallagher or again it's pretty in it's pretty nitty gritty rochim sacom political is net uh that the political fray i'm not going to get involved i have a job to do at the police department and there are what will or groundfloor erase therapist blacker on august on our unrivalled your department or we didn't have the cried and incurred whittier professionalism all right well listen uh we'll let you go what will catch up with you in the due course of police work in north providence david a ma a happy for your congratulations and i think uh i think the mayor uh you know it will now apart today the for you gregg recreate carrie we're care thank you very heartening to good luck to you you're the chief of police in north providence former state police major david decline good for the town i think that's a i think that looks like a fresh start to me telephone numbers say yet reaction 438 wpro toll free one eight hundred three to one wpro email me then at.

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"baffin" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"But back to the question where do you find them well the answer is baffin island that's the only place in canada you will find them most sapphires come from the exact opposite end of the world countries in southeast asia like me and maher or vietnam and we might just be able to find more because a team of researchers from the university of british columbia has now determined with the geological secret is to producing sapphires and it might lead us to new places to look for these precious gems dr league wrote is a professor in the department of earth ocean and atmospheric sciences at the university of british columbia and one of the coauthors of the study hello dr grote hello when where the sapphires first discovered on baffin island leaders were discovered in two thousand two by a couple brothers note lochen semigothic pick what exactly did they find well they were out hunting on atvs and they stopped for a break and they looked down and they saw these brilliant blue crystals in the white marble rock kenda they thought they might have something interesting so they took the samples to the district geologist a felony paul gert spine and he confirmed that they were saw fire and then he invited me to come up to uh have a look at the geology how surprising was it to find sapphires in canada i wouldn't say surprising because it's the second largest land bass but there haven't been many gem discoveries other than diamonds probably because of population density is so low and people haven't really be looking for them they be looking for gold and things like that instead.

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"baffin" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"baffin" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"It took four days before sarah could really katersky again an even now months later she still recovering from the injury but she kept going this is a woman who's as tough mentally as she is physically and she attributes both her resolve and her love for the wide open spaces of the arctic to her parents both adventure guides who raised the family on baffin island you know i think one of the biggest lessons i learned from both my parents was there have this really great for us before expeditions and it's they don't need a suffer you don't need a comeback with frostbite you can go out there and if you plan properly you can have a good time they really learned it too from the annual people up at baffin because it is in on baroness where we live it's coldest mina sportier colder winter but he still travel was huge families into campaign and there's a way to do it that makes it fun an enjoyable way more sustainable to what was the like on up there i mean for me was home that's all i ever really knew are really remember that it's the fifth largest island in the world so it's massive the closest town to us is about one hundred sixty congress and you're also right on the arctic ocean which freezes in the winter time and becomes this amazing playground you know we had the team dog so we spend our weekends out campaigner hunting or docks leading and having a dark team have means you're breeding dogs navin puppies every year and that's probably the best part was like continuous low of puppies of puppy love husky puppies as keep up is.

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