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White Coat Waste Discovered Fauci’s NIH Division Funded Dog-Killing Experiments

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 9 months ago

White Coat Waste Discovered Fauci’s NIH Division Funded Dog-Killing Experiments

"But this is sickening This is sickening and the fact that the buck never stops with Fauci is unacceptable It's unacceptable from the Wuhan lob You know the excuse always is that he can't be directly connected It doesn't matter Bipartisan legislators demand answers from Fauci on cruel puppy experiments The white coat waste group are investigators show that Fauci's NIH division Fauci's NIH division should part of a $375,800 grant to a lab in Tunisia To drug beetles excuse me To drug beagles lock their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sand flies so that the insects could eat them alive Now most of the members who sign this letter to Fauci Republicans was a few Democrats so they all look at this it's bipartisan but mostly it's not A bipartisan letter demands answers from the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases That would be Anthony Fauci The white coat waste project the nonprofit group that first pointed out the U.S. taxpayers were being used to fund the controversial Wuhan institute of virology Now that should have got his ass kicked all the way across the country Have now turned its sights on Anthony Fauci and another animal testing related matter infecting dozens of beagles These are puppies With disease causing parasites to test an experimental drug on

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Officials Urge Killing of Invasive Spotted Lanternfly

Kottke Ride Home

01:44 min | 10 months ago

Officials Urge Killing of Invasive Spotted Lanternfly

"If you live on the east coast of the us especially in new york or pennsylvania and see a visually striking spotted lantern fly. The state governments would like you to forget any humane ideas about carefully moving it from one spot to another and instead to immediately kill it the spotted lantern fly is an invasive pest that is not native to the us and apparently is threatening to over seventy of the plant species that feeds on feeds on meaning draining sap and leaving them weakened and vulnerable to disease among those species. Is the atlantis autism or tree of heaven which the new york times points out is best known as the tree from betty. Smith's nineteen forty-three novel. A tree grows in brooklyn but this pernicious beast who has delicate grey wings spotted in black with a bonus set of bright red wings also spotted with black underneath. I arrived in the us from asia seven years ago and entered new york city last year. During the pandemic environmentalists ecologists are encouraging people to kill the bugs site because they have no natural predators here and no organic pesticides that can take them out here. New york the department of agriculture is additionally asking people to submit the location where you found the lantern fly on their website in pennsylvania. If you're caught moving the insect from one location to another you could be fined. Abort from the destruction these little lantern flies could cause on native species. Governments are being so intense because they know that the lantern flies are quite striking. They're not the kind of bug most people would want to kill. Unlike some other invasive species like the asian longhorn beetle that caused a massive deforestation throughout new york in the late nineties. According to the new york times

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"beetle" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:45 min | 11 months ago

"beetle" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Should. It is like that in my house. But that's okay. Let's give final story for today which is about each max's blue beetle. There's been some casting for that. Then tell us about it. Yeah the so. This guy named shallow monitor. Who is in cobra kai is in talks to star in the blue beetle. Movie for hbo. Max so this is a project that is being developed specifically for the streaming service. I think is going to take you there and probably not be in theaters. It reminds me a little bit of what they're going with bat girl. And so yeah. I don't really know anything about this actor of not seeing him anything But peter know that you're a fan of cobra kai so maybe you have. Yeah he an opinion yet he he's like one of the main guys in cobra kai plays this team named miguel and he's pretty good and It's cool to see anna. It's called see him get casting something bigger than streaming tv. Show but i don't really know much about blue beetle so i don't really have too much of opinion on this. I know some people are excited about this character. So yes so. This character actually was was created back in nineteen thirty nine with a very very old character originated with fox comics was later owned by charlton comics. And then eventually sort of made the jump over to dc comics But the version of the character that they're Making this movie about is a character named high may raise a i think a mexican american You know a teenager basically and it sounds a little bit of like azzam like what dc did was where he sort of like a a relatable like every man kinda kid a character and in the comics. I think he just basically stumbles across this. Like magical blue beetle's scarab on the way home from school one day and then has the scarab attach itself to him and form a suit of armor around him gives him superpowers. So that's sort of the general gist of of his origin. Story there And yeah i think this this character has only existed in the comics for or this iteration of the character has only existed in the comics for like fifteen or so years So it sounds a little bit similar to like miles. Morales over marvel kind of a mirror of that. Obviously you know as students are behind this. They wanna make money. Mpaa in two thousand seventeen said the hispanic latino audiences or the highest per capita attendance to the movies at with an average of four point. Five times a year. So it makes sense that you know warner brothers is going to be bringing a superhero like this to the screen. It's cool too. Because like w era yet warner brothers an atrium really seems to be pushing that angle of it because leslie grace was recently cast as a back girl and she is a dominican. American actress in swimming. Sasha calloway is playing super girl in a flash movie and rachel. Ziegler is playing a mysterious role in the 'schisms sequels that a lot of latino latina actors and performers being a yes sort of like a recruited into the d. c. e. u. s. Has very cool. okay. I think that does a for today's slash daily. You can find more of alvord slash from calming famous podcast apple. Google overcast spotify. All the popular podcast apps. Please feel free to send us your feedback questions. Comments concerns to us. Peter also mecom and rain re this podcast and apple podcast tell your friends spread the word. It will see you tomorrow..

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Lightning Bugs, Fireflies - Call Them What You Will, They're Awesome

Short Wave

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Lightning Bugs, Fireflies - Call Them What You Will, They're Awesome

"All right. Mattie you are here to talk about lightning bugs or as you point out beatles with flashlight butts yes the family of beetles. We call firefly's lamb. Purity are extremely diverse. There are more than two thousand species in that family and they live on every continent except antarctica. So emily they can look and behave very differently. one type can grow to be the length of your palm. There are firefly's that live most of their lives in water. Emily some place don't even fly and some don't flash for that matter so you know not everything. We'll be talking about today. Holds true for every species. So what you're saying is you couldn't just stick to one species because you've got excited and distracted by all the facts about all the species is that right. Maybe i did. Maybe i didn't. You'll be happy for it. I'll say that so. Who did you talk to about. This constellation of creatures. I called up. Stephanie vice a phd student in rio de janeiro. She's an entomologist who studies firefly's and just like us her love of firefly's started in childhood. I have a great memory of my childhood summer trips with my family and also i love to say they shining the forest when i do my field words. She says that there's one thing that applies to all firefly's and that's that firefly's have different lay stages and the larval stage in my opinion is by far the coolest firefly's spend most of their lives in the a lot of ro stage in when she says most she means like almost all of their lives are spent as larvae. I mean some spend one to two years just being voracious low babies. So the adult. Firefly's that i see flying around on the east coast china flash and find a mate. That's like a short period of their lives. Yeah yeah i mean. Some only live as adults for like a few weeks total. They're just out here. Trying to find a mate fertilize some eggs and die.

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What Is Going on With KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics?

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

What Is Going on With KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics?

"We've been tracking too. I mean they're all it's all kind of one story but has divided into several different stories. This point which is the acquisition the investment and then the acquisition of k. k. w. beauty and kylie beauty into cody. And how cody which is a conglomerate that owns lots of different brands obviously k. w. and kylie were kardashian brand seed beauty was the their contract manufacturer and now it's become very complicated. See beauty was suing k. K. w. an kylie over sharing trade secrets with cody. And now they're sort of genius or not so genius trying to rebrand Katie only and reformulate to be like vegan and clean but when we all really know what they're doing is they have to make formula so that they're not using see beauties. ip and like they can serve accord allegedly. I didn't even put that together. Just released this morning and i was like. Oh of course. They're going to get on the clean. We're all using the in the air quotation marks. But they're all going to go down that train. But i didn't even put it together that it would be because they can't use those formulas from yeah. Yeah and if there's one person who i don't think gives a f- about clean beauty. It is kylie jenner. I love her and chris. I don't think i just do not think that. That is where their heart always make. Fun of courtney for being that girl i yeah. I think that they're just fine with With with all the with all the the beetle juice or whatever they use in yeah die. There's post in. Their kitchen

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Pat Boone Made a Killing Selling Portraits of The Beatles

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Pat Boone Made a Killing Selling Portraits of The Beatles

"I got a painter i was. I was already supporting a painter from holland. That's another whole story. Who was very good portrait painter. And i thought he was so good that he when he asked if i would help him come to american get launched here i i did and he paid pictures portraits of many stars and i would introduce him to the stars of course they wanted to buy their portraits and got him launched so when the beatles happened so big i had him pay pictures individually each of the beatles and then a group portrait and i got fell. Who had the know how the business know how to get to sears. And we put all these beetle pictures. And i i had to go to brian epstein. Who was the business. Manage the manager for the beatles and i had to sign a contract got an actual contract to. Because he loved the pictures they portrait's they're beautiful portraits of each of them separately and a group portrait. And i got the license and through this fellow named goody a goodwin lion got him into sears in packages and we so millions of beetle pictures and in that one year. I made more money selling beetle pictures than i was making from my record

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Erratic Oregon Wildfire Destroys Dozens of Homes, Expands

Pacifica Evening News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Erratic Oregon Wildfire Destroys Dozens of Homes, Expands

"Scrambled today to try to control a raging inferno and southeastern Oregon that's spreading miles a day and windy conditions. Crews had to flee the fire lines. Late yesterday after a dangerous fire clouds started to collapse, threatening them with strong downdrafts and flying embers. An initial review showed the bootleg fire has so far destroyed 67 homes and 117 outbuildings overnight in one county. Authorities were still counting the losses and the second county where the flames are surging up to four miles a day. Fire behavior analyst forest Um be said hot, dry and windy conditions were driving the fire. Progressively. It's just moving with this persistent weather that we've had. We've had Southwest winds Day after day after day, we've had hot and dry temperatures day after day after day. What that is progressively done for this fire is make it move to the East. The blaze is the largest of dozens burning in the West. It has forced 2000 people to evacuate and is threatening 5000 buildings, including homes and a rural area just north of the California border. Active flames are searching along 200 miles of the fire's perimeter. The bootleg fire was expected to merge with a smaller but equally explosive fire to the east. By nightfall, the inferno has stymied firefighters for a week with erratic winds and extremely dangerous fire behavior, including the fire clouds that form from superheated air, rising to a height of up to six miles above the blaze. Known as pyro cumulus or a fire cloud. The fire has been fed by trees killed by beetle

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What Pairs With Beetle? Startups Seek to Make Bugs Tasty

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

What Pairs With Beetle? Startups Seek to Make Bugs Tasty

"Some start up companies are trying to make bugs tasty busy on a deacon stands makes pizza dough from scratch with a twist the first installment and the ticket it's cricket powder he can stand the whole crickets and meal worms cooking classes at her west London home alone Bagga is very very tasty and it's a very easy to make but also if you dried beans that making to a file that you can then incorporate into K. excuses me a warm is quite mild deacon stands says don't get nervous about eating bugs one of them will be on full display for you to see while eating it is not going to be the usual civilians and mac and is going to be like a tropical canning Regan you can eat cricket chips in the Czech Republic in Belgium there's bug beer in in development dried or powdered grasshoppers I'm a Donahue

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"beetle" Discussed on By Kids For Kids

By Kids For Kids

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"beetle" Discussed on By Kids For Kids

"Eventually they all settled down. The nfl gave a mighty lost with her trunk and the lion made his entrance from behind tree. The crowd of animals gos- at the magnificent sight was the line in all his splendor with his rope his necklace and his outrageously colorful crown. He prawns to one side of the crowd. Net off a mighty warm and then stretch it over to the other side and led to another role then marched back to the middle and declared. I am the mightiest of kings siemian. Oh my glory. Oh bow down to me. The creatures old kid and then obediently bow down in silence. The lion looked at the animals and smiled. He was very pleased with himself but then he heard a noise and little voice singing. I'm solid. i'm so small. I am so hard to see the big beasts for and stom- bar around but none of them seem me but he'll them at it was done beetle. The lion walked over to little creature and said you to tiny beetle. Bow down before you'll king the beetle bowed. The line repeated him. So i said bow down before you'll king who looked up nervously and said your majesty. I know that i am small. If you look closely you will see that. I am bowing said the lion. He turned to the animals and loft. This pathetic creature is so puneet. I can't even see if she is bowing. I assure you your majesty if bend down and look closely at me you will see me. Only the line leaned over to have a closer look as he peered down at the tiny little beetle his cloak and his necklace and his heavy crown made him so top heavy that he wobbled from the ways of it. He swayed this way in that but then lost his balance and fell onto from was crash. The lion in his panic tried to stand up but tripped over enrolled head over heels into a ditch of muddy water. All the animals lofton laughed when they saw the muddy lion scrawled in the ditch the tiny little dung beetles scurried away. And so the lion bedraggled and embarrassed he was not so very mighty after all..

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"beetle" Discussed on By Kids For Kids

By Kids For Kids

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"beetle" Discussed on By Kids For Kids

"Kissed it. What noble creech. I am so powerful so he preened imposed on the banks of the river for hours admiring himself. As last he grew tired of prancing up and down. And then and i did curtain. I need to show every creature. Just how great and honorable king. I am i. I will need a kingly road. He gathered some palm leaves and wove them into a kind of cloak which he draped over his shoulders. And now i will need some shiny jewelry. He said as he searched around he settled on a necklace of snails show which she does nick. Lastly he declared every king must have crown. He busied himself gathering feathers. He collected a handful of mingo and ostrich feathers. He wove them together. And attached them to tortoiseshell which he delicately placed on his head. It was a heavy crown but it looks splendid dressed in his robe necklace and crown. He returned to the glossy water to look at himself and smiled. He cried. i am a mighty king very mighty came just been a hyena. Came loping up to the water for drink. You wrote the lion. I needed to deliver a message to all of the animals. Tell them that. I have summoned them to the banks of this river. They all need to see for themselves. The king of beasts the mightiest of the mall. Meet now off the hook. He said dismissively waving the hyena away with his pool. The hyena did as he was told and the next day at lunchtime all the animals began to arrive. A whole herd of buffalo arrive. Publiz came to will flock of thirds paxi power giraffes prick of porcupines a crash of rhinos and zeal. Zebra all had come to bow to the plus. Even a tiny little done beetle was there. It was the size of a small great and was diligently pushing a slightly bigger bullets poop in front of it. That's what dung beetles. Do they collect. Poop did day in and day out they get a piles and piles of pupils and then nests this little dung beetle was singing as she worked. I'm so i'm so small. I am too hard kiss. Big b.'s sorenstam's around but none of them. She me like until none of other animals. Tiny little voice weaking from below. They were too busy bustling around and getting.

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"beetle" Discussed on By Kids For Kids

By Kids For Kids

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"beetle" Discussed on By Kids For Kids

"Out. That i thought you ridiculous night coming to steal might know remember. You asked me to wake you up for the shoutouts. Yes yes okay. Let me stretch it my way. Okay i'm ready. Come to me in three two one go time for a shoutout to.

How One California Community Protected Itself From Forest Fires

Environment: NPR

01:57 min | 1 year ago

How One California Community Protected Itself From Forest Fires

"In the foothills of california's sierra nevada mountains sits rock haven. It's a small private holding a forest of cedar fir and pine trees and for years. It was a ticking fire time bomb as throughout the west natural fire had been suppressed for a century. We had it rough even six times as much fuel on the ground as the average for california where you could imagine. That's a tele of the stuff that can burn. Jennifer lives in the east bay. She's the fourth generation of her family to use a cabin near shaver lake and is part of the association that collectively owns the land. She and her husband worked hard to convince everyone else. They had to do something about fire risk. We've been talking for members for you know maybe almost twenty years but many of the families were reluctant a century ago. A lumber company cut most of the trees in the area. When the forest came back people loved the trees and wanted to protect them. The idea that it was good to cut crowded trees and set prescribed. Fires was a non-starter we had ruled in our association. With you better tree and you know tweezers take it and blah blah. but by twenty fourteen. There was a new threat during a punishing drought bark. Beetles began killing entire stands of trees making the fire risk. Even worse mu white finally convinced her neighbors to hire a forester julianne stewart. Told them taking action was urgent. So it was really neat process and kind of bringing dot group of people together to realize like we're on the precipice we have an emergency. Our trees are dying. We need to do something. People compromised and made a plan then came the question of money. We'd never would've been able to pay for it all of that. In a timely manner can run up to five thousand dollars an acre to clean up recover and maintain a forest. That would mean about a million dollars for rock

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How One California Community Protected Itself From Forest Fires

Environment: NPR

01:57 min | 1 year ago

How One California Community Protected Itself From Forest Fires

"In the foothills of california's sierra nevada mountains sits rock haven. It's a small private holding a forest of cedar fir and pine trees and for years. It was a ticking fire time bomb as throughout the west natural fire had been suppressed for a century. We had it rough even six times as much fuel on the ground as the average for california where you could imagine. That's a tele of the stuff that can burn. Jennifer lives in the east bay. She's the fourth generation of her family to use a cabin near shaver lake and is part of the association that collectively owns the land. She and her husband worked hard to convince everyone else. They had to do something about fire risk. We've been talking for members for you know maybe almost twenty years but many of the families were reluctant a century ago. A lumber company cut most of the trees in the area. When the forest came back people loved the trees and wanted to protect them. The idea that it was good to cut crowded trees and set prescribed. Fires was a non-starter we had ruled in our association. With you better tree and you know tweezers take it and blah blah. but by twenty fourteen. There was a new threat during a punishing drought bark. Beetles began killing entire stands of trees making the fire risk. Even worse mu white finally convinced her neighbors to hire a forester julianne stewart. Told them taking action was urgent. So it was really neat process and kind of bringing dot group of people together to realize like we're on the precipice we have an emergency. Our trees are dying. We need to do something. People compromised and made a plan then came the question of money. We'd never would've been able to pay for it all of that. In a timely manner can run up to five thousand dollars an acre to clean up recover and maintain a forest. That would mean about a million dollars for rock

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At least 15 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

Derek Hunter

02:41 min | 1 year ago

At least 15 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

"From Southern California, and you knew it The second you heard it. The numbers almost seemed absurd. But there were 25 people in an SUV. That collided with a semi truck. 13 people died Now when I first heard that I thought there had to have been like human smuggling going on with it. With the semi truck had to be. How do you I don't even know how you would get 25 people into an SUV designed to seat seven or eight adults. But they did it and it didn't work out because the person driving it Didn't drive very well. They apparently ran through a stop sign and boom. Got hit by a truck. Their fault completely. But those 25 people piled into that SUV had just snuck across the border through hold. In the fence there. Biden administration will probably now start mailing South and Central America directions to that hole. They surely won't plug it. This is the problem. You sit there 25 people in an SUV. What in the hell is going on? San Jose Mercury News has the story. I really thought like when I heard that 13 people had died in a car accident of in California. I thought did it Snow in California. Was there ice in California? How the hell did 25 13 people die and what happened. It was all in one car. So then SUV packed with people pulled out in front of a semi truck towing two trailers in a rural California county near the Mexican border on Tuesday. Morning, leaving at least a dozen dead and others hospitalized, officials said. So not only did 13 people die We, the United States taxpayer get the pleasure of picking up the medical bills for the people who did not die. Able, of course, be greeted by the Biden administration. With open arms and wallets, Our wallets being opened their arms being open. And concern and promises and compassion And don't worries you will not be deported. That'll be the thing. You watch these people who survive this, the people who risked their lives by stupidly piling into an SUV. Like it was a VW beetle. Back in the 19 fifties or a phone booth or something. They will be welcomed to the United States. They've been through enough. Don't you think that would be it? They risked their own lives. That's their own stupidity.

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Scientific Serendipity

Your Brain on Facts

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Scientific Serendipity

"Plastic the material of a thousand uses the blessing and curse of our modern world. All the conveniences you could wish for was udalls of monkey's paw style consequences substances that could be classified as plastics have been in use for thousands of years from rubber balls made from tree sap in central america to the protective coating shellac which is made from the secretions of the lack beetle. They did their jobs. But you know not great. The raw materials were usually difficult to obtain or process which meant they were expensive so the products made from them were rare and only accessible to a select few tended to have short useful lives or were susceptible to temperature changes and humidity the industrial revolution. You may have heard of it. It was in all the papers created huge demand for new materials both natural and synthetic like celluloid made from plant cellulose and camphor and galileo if made of milk protein and formaldehyde then along came belgian chemist leo bake land in nineteen o seven bake land. Already had a wildly successful product under his belt the first fiber based photographic paper and he was on a mission to create a replacement for shellac. Shellac requires going to the trees where swarms of little red lack beatles are laying eggs and sucking sap until they burst. I'm barely being hyperbolic here. Indigenous people call it the feast of death as the beatles. Excrete the leavings of the sap. It forms a coating over the entire swarm which is scraped up bugs and all and taken for refining in addition to obvious things like woodworking. Shellac is also used even in the modern day in candy making so my vegan kosher and halal friends. Beware in bacon attempt to improve upon nature. He heated a mixture of formaldehyde and phenyle or coal tar a waste product which will appear in the script later rather than making a lacquer he inadvertently created a polymer that didn't melt under heat and stress. He applied for a patent for his new compound. Poly oxy benzyl methyl and glide colon hydride and yes. I got that in one take not i take but still one take that counts or your voice over services today at moxie bouche dot com bake bacon. Humbly named this new product bake lite. This new thermo setting plastic went like a house on fire. It could be and was used for everything from phones to dinner plates to toys to jewelry it was also a boon to the emerging on and electrical industries because it was an effective insulator apart from being the first proper modern plastic it is also the first synthetic material to lean into being a synthetic material rather than trying to look or act like a natural product it was lightweight durable and could be molded into nearly any shape. You could think of in nearly any color or pattern you wanted. It also looked sleek and modern the apple aesthetic of its day bake lite introduced plastics to the fashion world to be followed by nylon polyester spandex. Send more these. Plastics have inspired fashion designers to do more with less more choices creativity and durability with less material. wait wrinkles and expense

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What Happened To Connie Converse

Unexplained Mysteries

05:33 min | 1 year ago

What Happened To Connie Converse

"In nineteen twenty four elizabeth eaton converse was born into a devoutly religious family being by the nineteen forties. She changed her name to connie and moved to new york city to pursue music. She spent her twenties writing folk songs and rebelling against her traditional after little came of her musical ambitions in new york. Connie moved to ann arbor michigan in nineteen sixty where she took an editorial position at an academic journal by the age of thirty six. Connie was struggling with her mental health in particular and affliction she referred to as her blue funk. This was made worse. When in the early seventies connie received two devastating pieces of news. She lost her job and her doctor told her she needed a hysterectomy. After turning fifty in august nineteen seventy four. Connie converse said goodbye to her brother and friends packed up volkswagen beetle and drove away. Officially she's never been seen or heard from again in her final instructions to her brother. Connie asked philip to pay her health insurance up until a certain date. She never explained. Why but philip worried that something terrible would happen. When that day passed searching for answers. Philip found a filing cabinet that belonged to connie in his antics inside. He found old journal entries poems notes and a farewell letter addressed to quote. Anyone who ever asks it read. So let me go please. And please accept my. Thanks for those happy times that each of you has given me over the years. And please know that i would have preferred to give you more than i ever did or could i am in everyone's debt. Philip did as connie requested. He let her go for thirty five years. Never knowing if she was alive or dead always hoping she'd return but from the moment she laughed. Philip and connie's closest friends feared the worst they own about connie's blue funk for quite some time though. Connie was never officially diagnosed with clinical depression. So far as we know in her farewell letter she wrote as an over educated peasant. I've read a good bit about middle-aged oppression and no several cases other than my own. According to establish psychiatric consensus those who suffer from major depressive disorders tend to lose interest in activities that previously brought them joy in connie's case when she moved to ann arbor. She stopped writing music. But even while living in new york connie's lyrics described feelings of isolation in her song called. Sorrow is my name. She wrote from the perspective of sadness is self sneaking in and out of people's minds in the bridge of the song sorrow kroons. And if you fear me i will come in haste and if you love me i will go away and if you scorn me i will lay you waste and if you know me i will come to stay. Perhaps connie wrote from her own experience overcome by a deep unshakable sadness that she felt would live inside her forever. She certainly wouldn't be the first person to live with undiagnosed depression in fact historians theorized that many historical figures battled similar mental illnesses before they were ever fully understood for example. Both frankenstein author mary. Shelley and president abraham lincoln reported experiencing significant bouts of melancholy. They'd regularly fall into deep sadness often unrelated to the events of their day to day lives. Some scholars have interpreted these spells as episodes of clinical depression diagnosis. That didn't exist in the eighteen. Hundreds when both lived almost a century later as connie struggled with her blue funk there was still an incredible amount of debate surrounding what constituted and caused depression throughout the nineteen hundreds doctors around the world published opinions but the medical field never reached consensus early. Researchers like sigmund. Freud believed depression was the result of traumatic experiences of course psychologists today understand that the causes are much more nuanced and multifaceted. They include both genetic and societal factors and this understanding started to take shape in the nineteen seventies when clinician set standards for diagnosing and treating clinical depression then in nineteen seventy five one year after connie disappeared doctors. I coined the term major depressive disorder.

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The uncertain future of North Americas ash trees, and organizing robot swarms

Science Magazine Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

The uncertain future of North Americas ash trees, and organizing robot swarms

"Now. We have freelance journalist. Gabriel popkin we're going to talk about the fate of the. Us's ash trees now that restrictions on the movement of ash trees would and living trees What's been a tree. Quarantine has been lifted by the federal government. High gabriel. sarah one thing. I want to mention right away. Is these bumper stickers. Okay bear with me here. They say don't move firewood and they mystified me for years when i would see them on pickup trucks or other places but they're a sign of quarantine don't move firewood. Campaign began as a response to an insect called the emerald ash borer emerald ash borer is not the first insect or disease has ever appeared in the us that made attack a tree. And you may not want to move around. So i can't say for sure that there was never a. Don't move firewood campaign before. At any rate the emerald ash borer appeared in two thousand. Two is proven to be very devastating. It kills almost every ashtray on the north american continent that has ever encountered and while it can fly from tree to tree. One of the main ways that it gets moved around is through firewood through in other words tree. that's already dead and has been cut up but it still contains the insect you easily. Imagine someone putting a load of wood in their truck moving tens hundreds of miles and suddenly the emerald ash borer shows up starts. Killing trees starts reproducing and causing huge mayhem. The emerald ash borer is an invasive. Pest it was. I noticed in two thousand and two. What kind of damage has this bug done well. It's been called the most damaging for insect to ever raking north america. That's saying something because a lot of insects have showed up over the years ever since people started crossing oceans and a lot of damage has been done so to be. The most damaging is pretty huge. I don't think anyone's like tallied up. Exactly how many trees. The emerald ash borer has killed. But you know we're certainly. I think well into the hundreds of millions at this point i think the other thing that's important notice. That ash trees are really important trees in a lot of different ecosystems. They grow in wetlands along rivers streams. They grow in savannah's they grow on mountains in forest. So it's not like you're losing a tree in cut a one environment. All arrest are k. I think almost anywhere. I go that has trees at all. Can see dead ashtrays evidence of this insect. So if you look at the map of where emerald ash borer is it's pretty much a red blob that covers the eastern half of the us into the midwest. How does such a tiny bug. because they're really small. How does it take down such a big tree. Basically what happens is the adult beetles flies around in his green in this where you get. The name rolled asked for it finds the tree than it lays eggs on the bark and those eggs hatch the larvae that burrow into the tree and sort of start eating the layer of the tree. That's under the bar. You think of this big tree as being like all a living thing but actually the interior of the tree. The would is not living. The living stuff all happen sort of right below the bar in this layer called cambian and so once the larvae eat sort of a ring around tambien layer that pretty much cuts off everything above that layer from the roots. The roots are where the tree gets water nutrients. That's pretty much it for the tree. Now you might say well. Does this tree the ring survive in the answer is yes. You'll see the main trunk fall and then a few years later you'll see that it puts out new sprouts so in a sense the tree is still alive. But it's certainly not the big ecologically important tree that we think of now. I mentioned these bumper stickers. Don't move firewood. And that was part of a very large effort. Basically quarantine areas of the country and keep the ash borer from moving around. But it looks like we won't be having that quarantine anymore. What's happening to the quarantine was created by the us department of agriculture in specifically agency. We'll just have a fix. It's an acronym for along name. Part of its job is to protect plant health and so when it became clear that the emerald asked for was here was killing trees. It got kicked to eighth apis pretty quickly established quarantine that was intended to stop the ask for from moving from infested zone to the infested zone but the problem is asked for flies. It's very hard to detect people. Do move it around through firewood and other also selling live trees a tried to stop this. I think they did a good job for the most part. The movement of live ash trees went to almost zero. But you know it didn't do the job. Atheists has said that other experts have said that the ask for continued spreading every year you know enforcing quarantine costs money and it doesn't really have a whole lot of money to throw at this. So eventually they decided that it wasn't worth the money they were spending on a quarantine that money could be redirected towards other things. That certainly aren't going to keep the emerald ash borer from spreading but may enable the ashtray itself to have a viable

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Cold Frames With Kini Jabbou

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:46 min | 1 year ago

Cold Frames With Kini Jabbou

"I hope you're writing a book called that we can expect to come out next year. Yes i'm working on. And so i should say. Of course we'll have a book giveaway on with the transcript of the show on to garden dot com of your new book. I don't know how you manage to get this done. In addition to everything else. I don't know honestly but it was really fun to write and sort of revisit the whole season extending as well as you know the many other reasons besides harvey and cold weather So yeah this was a fun project for me for kept me busy. And it really is not against the instruction not just season extending but it's like insect prevention. It's like all of the uses for these sort of barriers and enclosures. And so forth right. And there's a wide range of of gizmos that you have gift moses. An underrated word. I'm going to have to steal that margaret on Yeah for sure. I mean i garden and nova scotia which is dear country as is of course much of the us and canada. And i deal with your every single day. I mean. I would note for a run in my neighborhood yesterday and had to stop. Let four deer walk across the road in front of me And they were probably on their way to my garden But yeah everything from deer and groundhogs two rabbits to cabbage worms and slugs and flea beetles and potato beetles and cucumber beetles. So there are a lot of reasons to consider covers. I think most people automatically go to season extension and protecting from cold weather. But you know. I use them in so many different ways to not only protect my food from pests and cold weather but even grow healthier plants in the end have larger harvest because those plans have been protected. You know and they're able to produce better so there are a lot of reasons to sort of. Consider yourself an undercover gardner right so in the introduction. I also said i was asking questions for friend. Oh yes my friend. Do you know how that is when you ask questions for a friend. What seriously. I actually do have a friend who just felt cold frames and this is his first late fall into winter with them and he actually did ask me the question i said but That is the oldest skies in the book. Have loads of cold frame questions for me to besides the extra extending of the season in the we'll get there. 'cause build a cold frame is actually the number one thing on the top of my 2021 garden to do less because i had an ancient one that succumbed finally kinda fell apart from earlier as the gardener here in a never replaced it. And i'm just jealous especially this last year. You know. i've been jealous of my friends who have renewed. I have my seedlings in the call frame. Oh i'm having solid from the cold front. You know all these little extra goodies so called frame one. Oh one maybe we should start with like what. What is it called frame four like. Why would i check. Because there's all again all these other gizmos in the book to use our new favorite word. Yeah for sure. Well i'm glad you brought up also starting seedlings in the cold frame because most of us. I think at this point thing cold frames or just for harvesting in winter or maybe pushing back spring a little earlier so that you can start planting in march or even late february depending where you live but you know you can use a cold frame for starting seedlings which will then be dug up and transplant it to your garden but you can also use them for overwintering half hardy perennials. Or if you love to force bulbs inside and oftentimes of course many need a cold period you can put them up and put them in a cold frame for a couple of months until that cold period is up so it's not just about growing vegetables. There are many uses for coltrane. So you know if you're into alpine plants or different things like that you can use them to shelter those over winter too so lots of applications but yeah for the most part i do use mine To get a jump start an extra extra early one in spring as well. Let's go later into fall and throat winter we harvest. But you know a cold frame really told. Job is to shelter plants from ice snow winter winds you know. And even though it's a small little gizmo or device you know it really does Taken a lot of solar energy and heats up like today here. It is for reasons like it's minus twenty celsius and. i don't know what that is his parenthood. I just know it's really cold but the temperature my cold fame out there. Now check this morning. It's just above freezing. And i mean that's amazing to me that it's sunny here today and therefore the temperature inside. The frame is just freezing. So that's the whole job of a cold frame to create a micro-climate around your plants and start those seeds earlier and harvest earlier and harvest out of season. So that's the main. I think the way most of us are going is a cold front so in this one one. Maybe we start with where is a good place

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The Most Reliable Used Cars

Clark Howard Show

04:03 min | 1 year ago

The Most Reliable Used Cars

"So i've had an obsession forever about why buying a used vehicle is so much better for your wallet than buying new. There are a lot of people who love new vehicle smell. They want that new vehicle and if it works for you financially. That's fine but for most people buying used is gonna be a much better choice but there are people like a vehicle that feels new. And that's why to me. The compromise has been historically a three model year old vehicle. So right now it'd would be twenty eighteen because the twenty one or what out on dealer lots now so when you buy a vehicle. That's three years old. As a general back of the envelope rule it will have lost roughly a third of its value some models substantially more than that others a little less but generally about a third of the value has been wiped out in those first three years even though the life of the vehicle is so today with vehicles running quarter million miles Not at all unusual. That's like normal now where it used to be hundred thousand miles pretty much. The expected reliable life span of a vehicle but vehicles vary a lot and quality and consumer reports has put out a recommended list of bike category. The most reliable vehicles you can buy depending on size. And i want to start with the most popular part of the vehicle market and these are the most reliable three-year-old suv's based on consumer reports deep dive research and again. These are all twenty eight teens. The honda cr v. honda hr v. The hyundai kona alexis annex the mazda. Five and the toyota highlander. So if you're interested in an suv. Those particular ones are the most reliable. Now when we talk about Cars mid size and large cars the most reliable eighteens the mazda six toyota avalon toyota. Camry accurate t. Lx and infiniti q fifty so people don't buy a lot of cars anymore they specially don't buy small cars. But i'll tell you the ones that are the most reliable small cars the chevy bolt. The honda fit the mazda three the toyota corolla and the toyota prius and the toyota prius c in addition the toyota prius prime. Could there be enough. Prius is on there and the volkswagen beetle so The only american owned company that made the list was chevy bolt but most of these other vehicles are actually manufactured in north america. Even if they're owned by quote unquote foreign automakers that a vehicle. That's very reliable. Starting you're looking at a vehicle that's very reliable is key but not enough. You want to do to other things you want to check the van to see if the vehicle has been in any major accident and it's time of ownership that the van research would show and then the other thing is a condition to purchase. You want to have that vehicle. Checked out by a mechanic of your choosing. I have a more thorough guide to how to pick a used vehicle and what steps you should go through on a used vehicle buying guide at clark dot com.

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What are the most reliable used cars?

Clark Howard Show

03:53 min | 1 year ago

What are the most reliable used cars?

"So i've had an obsession forever about why buying a used vehicle is so much better for your wallet than buying new. There are a lot of people who love new vehicle smell. They want that new vehicle and if it works for you financially. That's fine but for most people buying used is gonna be a much better choice but there are people like a vehicle that feels new. And that's why to me. The compromise has been historically a three model year old vehicle. So right now it'd would be twenty eighteen because the twenty one or what out on dealer lots now so when you buy a vehicle. That's three years old. As a general back of the envelope rule it will have lost roughly a third of its value some models substantially more than that others a little less but generally about a third of the value has been wiped out in those first three years even though the life of the vehicle is so today with vehicles running quarter million miles Not at all unusual. That's like normal now where it used to be hundred thousand miles pretty much. The expected reliable life span of a vehicle but vehicles vary a lot and quality and consumer reports has put out a recommended list of bike category. The most reliable vehicles you can buy depending on size. And i want to start with the most popular part of the vehicle market and these are the most reliable three-year-old suv's based on consumer reports deep dive research and again. These are all twenty eight teens. The honda cr v. honda hr v. The hyundai kona alexis annex the mazda. Five and the toyota highlander. So if you're interested in an suv. Those particular ones are the most reliable. Now when we talk about Cars mid size and large cars the most reliable eighteens the mazda six toyota avalon toyota. Camry accurate t. Lx and infiniti q fifty so people don't buy a lot of cars anymore they specially don't buy small cars. But i'll tell you the ones that are the most reliable small cars the chevy bolt. The honda fit the mazda three the toyota corolla and the toyota prius and the toyota prius c in addition the toyota prius prime. Could there be enough. Prius is on there and the volkswagen beetle so The only american owned company that made the list was chevy bolt but most of these other vehicles are actually manufactured in north america. Even if they're owned by quote unquote foreign automakers that a vehicle. That's very reliable. Starting you're looking at a vehicle that's very reliable is key but not enough. You want to do to other things you want to check the van to see if the vehicle has been in any major accident and it's time of ownership that the van research would show and then the other thing is a condition to purchase. You want to have that vehicle. Checked out by a mechanic of your choosing. I

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"beetle" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"beetle" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"This is rob ross with another episode of cars that matter welcome and welcome to my guest room hayes. All the way from london russell. Good to have you on the show. I rub it. Thanks for inviting me on the show. Russell is a very prolific author of numerous books automotive titles weird to talk about his latest which is called. Volkswagen beetles and buses smaller and smarter published this year. Twenty twenty by motor books an imprint of quarto group. A great book russell. I've had quite a bit of fun with this over the last few days. The masterful work our thanks. Very much. james elena arrived. I can imagine because these are fun. Cars and men. there are a lot of volkswagen produced. Twenty one million five hundred twenty nine thousand four hundred sixty four beatles according to compete making it the longest running and most manufactured car of a single platform ever made give or take a few thousand whether or not that's accurate that goes against something like fifteen million model t fords so it really gives us a sense of absolutely how prolific and numerous these cars were. It is phenomenal numba. And you're right. It's over twenty million and the lost ed cool beatles but only made in two thousand and three so they've not been gone that long. If anybody knows about these things it. Is you russell. So it really kind of begs the question. What got you into these are always had an interesting volkswagen's anyway and one of my earliest books was a history of the volkswagen golf. The volkswagen people's call after the beetle this year twenty twenties Of seventy five years since the first beetle came off the production line after the wool and seventy years since they first volkswagen. Transporter of bus is made at both as well. That's quite a legacy for these cars. And i imagine that in europe they're probably more plentiful than they are in america by virtue of the fact that so many of them stayed thereafter their manufacture. But that's a long time for a model to be around. But i tried to do with the book which just it together go through the full design. History of both lake was running in parallel with each other. Then also look at where they sat in coaches of different countries and how they moved and change the meaning of the time and also have not on non what their impact is obviously remember growing up with both species of volkswagen the beetle and the transporter it literally informed an entire generation of people growing up in america and around the world but if that was ancient history. Let's go back to real ancient history prewar history and start us off from the beginning. Give us enough knowledge to be dangerous. These things started with a ferdinand porsche designed from one thousand nine hundred thirty one. Is that right. The idea that people had been around since the nineteen twenties and there was a real determine campaign that they should be food. -able gordon jim pronunciation folks outer which was core of the people people could actually afford the pressure for that led to vote Sets a design consultancy. I think ninety thirty one to Around design for new top of folks out to various manufacturers that were too modest amount of factors the originated in took him on design prototypes zoom dot and an issue who both wanted to move from motorcycles interest caused and he presented a design of rear engined the simple crop full to both of them but neither of them in the end had the money to go through with it but all this incremental design were testing prototype started to even more and more improvement Out of the person came along and gave the greatest push to it was. That'll fitna there was certainly a connection there and maybe a little bit of confusion as to the extent to which her doctor poor show a role but certainly the political vision that the time afforded him an opportunity to really explore the design. Hitler was so determined that they should be a people's car. Iran on the new otr as a symbol of modern germany also as a vehicle for exports that he pushed pushed pushed design but he really gave porsche really hard time trying to screw him down to the lowest possible production price and push. It was really under pressure to try and get his comment a fighter of been lowest possible price but ended up benefiting the eventual design is the millions of miles were covered in development work by the time the call was presented in its final boom ready for production just before the outbreak of war. It was a very well tested. Litany possibly one of the biggest test programs that any car had a hard day so when it kinda alternate schools for the wall. It was already a very well developed contracts. The overall bill clinton was the actual first volkswagen beetle as we might know it today offered for sale. And where i it was only available to the occupying allied forces because depreciated transport very quickly so in order for i think two thousand beetles from the british started things. That's really interesting. Because digging back into my world war two history certainly was essentially divided among the three allied forces of the us and britain and the soviet union. In a lotta ways the w factory was kind of a hot potato and the british ended up getting didn't they could have possibly gone to ford of america but henry ford cabinet visited trod volkswagen from the years and it did think it could be a possible set in europe with a bit of refining but backed off because it was too near the russian border but the push was sent in to assess. The factory turned to escort. Contingent of the bones at the factory. Just abuses industrial unions about to communist archer but britain needed to the german economy. To get back into gear and one of the ways of doing this was to help them reset production of this car which was conradi role before the war and the factory was badly damaged so eventually it was put back in action but the british were certainly conflicted about what they were doing the race team if people realize that a potentially going to damage the british mytalk straight but that was their job to get this car running certainly the continent needed transportation as well down south of the alps and italy e so was the equivalent of the bmw. I said put those little cars were essential and providing some very inexpensive postwar transportation as well. Of course those were not as developed as votes because as you said that had millions of miles on it in terms of development volkswagen as well was an interesting prostate because he was actually quite big for small cow. You could fit four people inside. It was a decent size and it had engine of more than one league except the thirteen hundred sixty Which meant it could cover long distances quite easily because it was designed to run much less than its actual abilities it had been fulfilled. Data could just Note give any trouble whereas if you try to do that with european would ranji article it would have just. That's a very delicate way of putting it. I love them so there are some names in your book that got me interested in the. Who's who of early volkswagen. I guess the british broadening nord office at right high snowed off was head of the truck. Lungs full the world on the interestingly famously met hitler motorshow before the when opel has showed its vision of. They thought they could make a call on hidden or just rubbished it completely because it was too expensive but not of had a good reputation. I was brought in by the british to manage the new plums. He was an extremely figure because he became this rates would have benevolent patriarch setting up the factory again and putting the Back into production and refunding over the years. Understand that originally. He didn't write to the tool but he realized rather than trying to start getting. The best thing to do was tight. Signed his on a niche refund. Refunding will replacements. And he was very london employees. He made sure that the workers had access to good health care. The facts even had a crash or early going into the nineteen fifties. He was a very cultured man. He brought in the fella monica to play constants in the worst team once a year under his leadership. Post bug the factory and the town that grew around. It became this model full. The new jimmy the reconstructed germany. It was seen as a model town with good facilities happy. Focus and brood accommodation for everybody so it became a beacon for visiting press go to and see the reconstruction of the nineteen fifties. Although wolfsburg is still the nucleus of volkswagen manufacturer. I guess there are plants. All over the world and even back. Then there were plants elsewhere. Exports moore is in the plan to the votes on beach and then the transporter. I think the first overseas assembly was actually in ireland. Because when they couldn't set up new plans they would equip local manufacturers with enough production tools to assemble kiss. So that started very early on then body fifty In brazil was set pretty early Then mexico other plants in germany. Certainly the assembly operations.

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First 'murder hornet' nest in U.S. destroyed with the use of technology

Worry-Free Financial Solutions

05:50 min | 1 year ago

First 'murder hornet' nest in U.S. destroyed with the use of technology

"Tiny technology is being used to track a huge problem. Yes, the Asian murder hornets and his 2020. We have to be worried about murder Hornets. Well, honey Kim Commandos show special Carline. We have Vikram I wre He's a PhD student at the University of Washington. And in July, he made the headlines and I actually watched the news report with him because he puts these low power lightweight, Ah wireless camera systems and he attached to the back of a live beetle to understand how to deploy a wireless vision in very small robots. Well, let me tell you about murder Hornets. They're about two inches long. I looked it up two inches long. How fast do you think these things go? Neuron to go 25 MPH these little murder awareness. So big room. Thank you so much for joining us. And let's talk about These little trackers that you're putting on these Hornets. How small, are they? Yes. So these these little trackers are about? Ah, a late six by 10 millimetres, they weigh a little more than a toothpick. Wow. So how exactly do they work? I mean, how do you attach it to the insect? Yeah. So we've actually tried a couple of different approaches for for attaching these little these all radio transmitters to the insects, But first a little note about how they work. Basically these things. They're sending out a radio signal periodically, for example, a couple times a second and the ideas that Buy, you know, listening to how strong that radio signals you can figure out how close you are to toothy. In fact, on the the goal was to be able to try to follow these things back to back to the nest. Now it's actually attach them on there. One of the purchase that I've used for working with some other insects before like beetles. Bumble bees a little drop of glue. Actually, super glue just works pretty well. For that. We found that in our in our first attempt when we're trying to tag one of these Hornets, they're actually a lot more active and some of the other animals I've worked with. And And you're doing this out in the field gets kind of tricky. And when they're moving around on, we put them on ice, Teo, you know to call them down. Make sure they don't. It'll move as much, but we still under getting a little bit of glue on one of one of the Hornets wings. So the other thing that we tried doing was just a little piece of dental floss, actually, um, we made a little news. Yeah. Yeah, it actually works really? Well, the you know, these animals have a There's three segments of their body, the head, the thorax and the abdomen and kind of joint between the lower too. There's uh, kind of skin your part where you could slip a little noose around and we were able to attach the tractor that way. Well, so, So how's the tracking going? I mean, so you put the transmitter on And it's doing my radio. Are you tracking them by like then by drone, or how exactly does that work? Yeah. So what we did was in the the hacking attempts that we've done. We've actually had a couple of people on the ground walking around with these tennis looking for, uh, basically looking for that signal, the same sort of approach that Uh, that has been used for, you know other types of wild by cracking applications. That's certainly something that I thought about mounting the same sort of thing on a grown really The only reason we didn't try. That was Just, you know, trying to get all this working in a short amount of time, but certainly doable, But basically we, uh you know, we attached the tag to the insect and released it to let it fly. And then we walk around and followed it back to back to its nest. And then So how long does the battery last cause it's gonna be teeny, tiny as well. Yeah, So that's actually one of the biggest calendars building anything. This small is you need some kind of power source and the battery and being one of the heaviest part of the whole thing. So the and you know exactly how long have battery lasts depends on a few different factors like, for example, how fast or how often it's transmitting. Um So, for example, the Ah The first, the first tracker that we used one of the ones that I built in the lab lasted about 12 hours when broadcasting appoints a second. Um, and so you know what? That's a long time. That's fact. That's fantastic. I mean, yeah, yeah, just a little little tiny thing. So So how is the tracking going so far? I mean, have you You were able to identify the nest and And have you have you had any other observations? Yeah. So on our second life tracking attempt So we found an excellent nest and that was eradicated this past weekend. I believe, um My expertise is more on the tech side, and I've been you know, through this whole effort. I've been working with folks at the Washington State Department of Agriculture. Um, a team of entomologists there, and so they went out and actually destroyed the hive.

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Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman Shares His Journey on Rebuilding Trust & a Tarnished Reputation

Dose of Leadership

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman Shares His Journey on Rebuilding Trust & a Tarnished Reputation

"Jason Redmond Man What an honor to have you on the show. Welcome the dose of leadership. My honor to be here. Thanks for having me I love having seals on the show I. Think you're my fifth or sixth one and it's always circle. If. I look back at that that small circle become friends with. Almost all of them. And just connections that happens from meeting with you guys. It's always so fun to bring you on here. So I'm excited to have you here. And I know mark. Devine. brought us together rate in the off Yup, and so they unbeatable mind he beetle mind he's he made. He's great man he's been on twice and he's got a he's got a great spiritual quality to him. You know what I mean. He's like almost like a masters something you know. He so great. Will it Beginning of your sealed process, you became an win obviously. Does everybody have to go into seal's enlisted I. Thought I knew this but does it have to start out enlisted or can you go straight officer into seals like if you go to the academy can you yeah I? Guess you can right? Yeah that makes sense. Yep, absolutely. It's a lot harder. It's much more difficult to come straight an officer I mean because we there's about An actually there's more now than they were in the past, but about sixty slots a year for officers, just to get a slot to go to buds and the Naval Academy gets the bulk they get about thirty. So that leaves only about thirty slots across the country for direct mission. OC. OCS ROTC programs to pick up a slot. So it's it's very difficult to get one. Because it seems like it seems like if I was going to do that at the seals was my calling I'd probably do it the way you did it. Even if I knew I wanted to be an officer. Did you know you wanted be Nassir like in the mid nineties or does that something that kind of presented itself as you were in? It presented itself while I was in. It was a really my you know I wanted to straight in and the interesting thing is it's like you talk about I, encourage young men out there if they. If they WANNA, be a seal. Even if they WANNA, be a seal officer later unless their heart is just set on being a seal officer right up Thron, I highly recommended them get your degree and then enlists and you'll learn so much more. Don't give you a whole lot more options and opportunities, and you can always we'd like to we like to. From Within for Austin core, we like the fleet off our enlisted. So I think it would make you a better officer in that in that type of unit and that small unit leadership I would want that experience coming in as an enlisted seal if it was me. That's how I would approach it. Yeah I think it would make a better officer me maybe I'm just being biased that way but I just think no yeah, ninety percent of the time. Absolutely. Yeah. So when you went in, what was the desire? WAS IT Will you went to the Navy intelligence I write? You weren't you didn't go straight. Did you know you wanted to be a seal when you're in intelligence or is that just something that you jumped into it? True thousands late nineteen, ninety there wasn't. There wasn't a seal rate. Now we actually have she'll enlisted designator. So when young men go into the shield team jazz as listed seal, they're going straight into a pipeline they go to a bootcamp company for seals Prep Course for seals, and then they go to seal training. When I went in and all the way up until that changed in the late nineties early, two thousands you had to get a regular navy job. I saw they sent you to the regular navy school in a school. You know some people will recognize it as a navy. We call it in any see in army and the marine. Corps. It's Mo- ass. But you get that code go to that school, and then you apply to go to she'll train and so I went to the intelligence school in Virginia before I went, she'll try.

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"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

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"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

"Hoppers and all I love it. And so. It's funny how your show goes from the beginning of the season when everybody's calling in and should I put it this? Should I plant that the now when we're all calling and complaining about. Round hugs and grass offers and cucumber beetles, so for the sake. Of the man, and the Groundhog at his house I was hoping you'd let me share a Robert. Frost police to please okay this. Through the mind and the mouth of the woodchuck. One thing has a shelving bank another rotting plank to give it clear skies and make up for its lack of I. My. Entre strategic retreat is where to Oxfam of meat, and still more secure and snug a two door borough I duck with those in mind at my back. I can sit fourth exposed to attack as one who shrewdly pretends that he and the world, our friends. So good all we who prefer to live have a little whistle, weakest and flash at the last at least alarm, we dive down under the farm. We allow some time for Guile, and don't come out for a while either to eat or drink. We take occasion to think. In after the hunt goes past and the double barrelled blast, like Warren pestilence and the loss of common sense. If I can with confidence. Say That still for another day or even another year I'll be there for you. My dear, this is to another woodchuck. It will be because those small as measure to game. The all I have been so instinctively thorough about my crevasse. Go with chuck, but go way to go into. A. Theory go in first grasshoppers. Go are destroying the greenhouse. Skeletal and I have been given permission by the Vermont Department of Agriculture and Hazel Rick She's greet lady to smuggle some of the product, which is available. This product I used to use but not in Vermont. Because we can't afford to get it registered in Vermont. We just don't have enough money. So My. Precious. Precious mother-in-law going to. Get it in south. Carolina ship it to Vermont. Could look. We'll keep our fingers crossed cross free. Farming police come after me now well. Sure. Okay. Have a great day and good luck. groundhog problems that goes well. Thank you thank you. Okay and I guess we have in Barry. Pete how you doing. Things Very. How are you? Pete and repeat yes. Yes, yes. Yes. I retaped. Well I'm not so sure. I probably have a few years. Choi Guess it would be repeat. Yeah, you're right, you know. What I'm calling about is actually a couple things. I came late to the program. So you know like everybody, else I've had woodchuck problems. And what I found is that if you find their burrow? Clear an area around there low on the food chain. And clear, clearwater, really a lot of area around them, because very skittish, cleverly done and then take a stick. Put it down in the borough. And put a can on top. So that when they come. Inter out as the case may be, it rattles. And it makes it uncomfortable because again. On the nounce. Yes, they're announcing their arrival. I see I see what you're saying. Yeah, put the sick and Ken. It's worked for me. That's. Clever idea like that well I. Try to I what I what I've tried to do. Is say them. This is not a welcoming neighborhood. So move along now. I can't tell you what my neighbors might think. You you loan them the stick in the CAN. Come back my way kick, the can down the road. Literally. Came late to the program. So, here's my question. What is the best time of year to lime? Well the it's interesting because and it's a good question, because lime is one of those things that needs some biological activity to actually break it down, so you can put lime on today in, but it won't break down for a while. It won't break down until his had weeks of biological activity in it, so it's not a it's best to lime. In the fall, so it has the the winter over in the in the early spring to break it down but the best time to lime is whenever you test in your, and in your soils ascetic so that that's a that's just one of those things where you know you ma you. If it's on the acid side, put the linemen. Don't worry. Don't don't wait. So. The reason I ask is earlier program I asked you about getting rid of Front while the best way to get rid of ferns has just the line. And you know it might I doubt that it would have any kind of immediate action, but you know it's. It's GonNa. It's GonNa. Take a little while you know the rain and of course. The biological activity in the soil self wear as it breaks it down. You know that. That's the way it is, so the best time is just whenever disaster. If you're a gardener yet, patients. You have to have patience. Thank you very much all right do to. Oh my goodness. Well. I've a lot more that I was going to get to, but We're getting pretty close to the end of the end of the line here. I When I first started this year, one of my thesis or themes was growing a your garden as grocery stores, you know. What would it take to to garden groceries for two people and just doing a little bit of math and and move. You know basically just a thumbnail estimates I figured that it would be about four hundred fifty pounds of vegetables per person times to be nine hundred pounds of vegetables right Did you remember where we were talking about this earlier? And I went through, and just said okay. Well want some Broccoli on some onions. Some collared entails and lettuces and lettuces again the summer and charged and Sakina and summer squash, and like my vine trombones Kenyan Cherry tomatoes and regular jet stars, told the tears, and and then I like spinach and carrots, beets, and lots of beets and sugar snap peas and peas, and you know red potatoes, and some garlic so I figured all that out of so much per per each one in came out to be twenty, four, four by four beds could grow and easily produce about nine hundred pounds per year. Now I post the question. It's at the time and I'm just GONNA. Re Re re pose. The question is. Do you grow enough for your family. It was two or four or eight or twenty Do grow enough in, and what do you? What do you use as a as a measure as a metric to? How many pounds of this or that do you use? I'm curious to see if if anybody else's has a ben that analyst to try to sit down and figure it out. And I I did the same little metric for. For fruits you know, and so if you wanted to grow enough fruits to people, it'd be, it'd be less than the vegetables. It'd be about like seven hundred pounds, so I find I find that those things are curious and interesting, and and the challenge for any gardeners. What would it be like to actually produce all the fruits and vegetables that? That you need to get through a year. You know I. I find that fascinating. So anybody has has figured that out. I'd love to hear about it and and if you just grow enough potatoes to get you through the season, and I'd like to know about any individual. You know for instance we grow We go to beds. twelve square feet each of..

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"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

"Beginning I gotTA help call from a friend, garlic neighbor with Leek moth issue. Did A. Hopefully rescue or starting a rescue of his crop was. Almost everyone. Hundreds. That's is pretty pretty nasty when you see it for sure mine, a mile or so away are and I had a small encounter last year, but this year I haven't. Adopted call on Captain Jack at all. and. That's what you use this captain. I have used it as possible. I mean I. Get right down. With the most with each plant. In a little pointy by half which we did, come up with an actual. Where me. Friends. That's what they're saying. We'll thanks for the call. and help protect the butter nuts. Okay, good, please. Have some spares. Season over thanks a lot, right? Peter Nolan to redoing I hear all the was burst, but you your program. Nola, how were you? Will Not take too much time. However I. had. The Opportunity I. Don't think that's the right word to spend almost the entire day Thursday at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. being. Checked out to make sure. Is That Three D. Asian? My brain back in the nineteen nineties to kill the brain tumor hadn't destroyed my retina in my left eye. And I. It's going to be okay. Long Terrifying Gay I spent time with a lot of good people six feet apart, but when I got back home, hardly able to see because of course they dilate your is. Gardening.

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"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

"Iraq here now. That's quick. Cup Talk Things one is I heard I was. In the neighborhood, a little bit so I missed most the show till a few minutes ago. I heard the butternut squash I. Actually have a few extra plants, but we have a lot of social distance between us. Before. We put them out I. also have a Stonewall Condo for monks. And I'm wondering what will be forever from them because I can protect them with cages when they're young. I guess and I hadn't thought about that, but I'm thinking now. I studied the chipmunk problem a little bit because we've. We've sort of had a cycle of chipmunks, and this is one of those years where just? Yeah Yeah just chipmunks and the end they. They definitely did my squash plants his I explained so you can you know they live in about small communities about fifty or so and. Stuck with that as I say. You had the perfect nesting ground. And now I have to say that one of the guys at work said Oh my God I got four. Fox's that just came out from underneath my shed. So I. Think that they're sort of the balance of nature is that? You're going to see more of the small predators coming out so. I should. I told him that if he ever ties, he probably can find.

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"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on In the Garden

"By. Role By. GonNa, make this garden. And the bull and piece of Fertile A. Row By row, someone bless the seeds. Someone warm them from the. Rain! Yes, it's time right now for in the garden with Peter Burke our program today brought to you by menards. Family owned True Value Store Brooklyn Street in Morrisville by these flowers and garden shop main street. Wakefield, by Broughton big country hardware. Your authorized Cub Cadet dealer in Britain boy. By Kloten Florist Greenhouse, an perennial farm locally grown just for you, Main Street Colchester by your locally owned Montpelier Uruguay each month failure road by Thomas Form. Garden on the Barry Mafia road. By sticks and stuff and Swan Lumber in Middlesex saying Albans Inas Berg Swanton and he sticks and stuff dot com. Guys Farmyard stores in Morrisville on failure Williston and say all meant and by PNR lumber family owned lumber mill with all the lumber, mulch and compost. You need route fifteen and walk it. And by the Willie store in Greensboro celebrating one hundred twenty years of family ownership. Peter Burke is here in studio to answer your vegetable gardening questions, and so here your vegetable garden successes and Hopefully. More successes than problem. Telephone numbers are two, four, four, one, seven, seven, seven. That's eight Oh. Two, two, four, four, one, seven, seven seven, and here is the host of in the garden Peterberg.

"beetle" Discussed on That's My Favorite

That's My Favorite

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on That's My Favorite

"Friends. You sound like a rodent. Well Yeah but it's cuter you say it's kissing noises that if you WANNA go ou- lee-ing be another notch up above like typical pitching noises. That you can make Kissy noises and attracted in Predator birds. it's me kissing my hand because it sounds like a sparrow in distress or something. So here's my We capture a bunch of best bureaus. We distress them on. Tried to call out. Wilson doesn't sound very nice science. Though I mean worse things have happened in his lands that Oh for sure. Yeah well slide my proposal onto the hypothetical table abuse and we'll continue on with what the heck of best okay I mean. They're just amazing. I Love Them. There's only two after that we're talking about there's only two in the US one is endemic our lives only in Florida and then the other one is kind of all over the eastern United States and through most of Kansas and it's called the horned Salis so yeah. That's the other name for it but generally if you're talking about a best beetle is usually talking about the horned Zalis. It's one of the best studied ones There's even Some light classroom activities. You can do the best beatle. You're kidding go ahead yeah. So there's this really cool experiment that I found when I was doing all this research and I'm so mad that I never did it when I was a kid because it involves taking a best beadle wrapping like a Little League slipknot around its middle in attaching it to Petri dish sled and waits inside of the Petri dish in see how much they can pull at so media. Probably mentioned like we haven't looked up a picture of a best deal that they have acute little waste that you would be attaching a not. That's ridiculous what is why this is your how strong. Kinda show how strong they are. They're very very strong. Outspend how strong and I. I saw a couple of different sources that said different numbers but commonly cited one was about thirty times only so they know about as much as like a washer penny zone. They could carry thirty pennies behind them back. Yeah strong do yet very strong. Immune like a dog on hardwood floors that tramples and they can't get grip a time. Picturing a best deal trying to perform on a lab table like a typical seventh grade lab team specifically said you should put down that paper towel so that it can and so it can pull letter. Okay cool I just want instead of having like sled dogs out? In the snow I just want like a million beetles to take a lie and take codeine dress. We get tons of hours in. Oh my God not like the toxic or anything like that. They don't like squirt out blistering no food for food inside of logs. So these spend near Lake. Entire lives inside trees Escalating little tunnels that are called galleries inside the trees and they raise their young inside those little galleries so everything is inside of a tree or inside of log. Have you ever like looked looking emily right now if why? Emily looked at Galleries inside trees and stuff before. Not Inside of trees. Like if you peel off the bark you can see like or. Don't peel off bark from trees because it kills them but you can find a tree that already has its bark cute little like grooves of Santillana Gallery not necessarily of a best beetle because there are lot of wood. Boring beetles out there Because I was thinking like you were saying that they would just like literally do just like a hole through like the tree they do that as your best. Beatles are so big in their families can get kind of Larch so they just dig into the tree whereas a lot of other wood. Boring Beetles are like Justin Barn roof. Okay but yeah if you look up like best beautiful gallery that field tunnel like it really is like a tunnel through the wooded cool yet even like the hardwood or they prefer Hardwood. And so yeah. They're very strong. Strong and joke. GotTa be their jaws right. Because they're probably using their jaws chew through may get tunnel and then they eat in the coupe it out and then eat live trees that they do this to not already dead trees. I think they'll do both. Yes but yet prefer like they've there's a bunch of studies out there that they do like very much prefer hardwood forests And I guess it probably it will protect better. So if you're digging a hole inside of a hardwood tree nothing's GonNa be able to dig you out of it again so When I hear best beetle I kind of think in my head and compare them to a cow and I just imagine. They're just imagine that they're like couch like Beatles regurgitating their food and then swelling and again they poop out and swallow it again. Beautiful yet 'cause I wondered about thousand arlene named after cows vigneault. It's it's literally like the French word. Kisan says there something specifically that makes them your favorite so myfm favorite thing about them is all of their communications that they don't go. So what so the meeting little kissing noises or very awesome but This is this. This little tiny bug makes actually seventeen distinct calls between the larval stage in the adult stage. Even our little noise adds more immediately. Okay so yeah. They make seventeen different calls. The adults are making these calls by rubbing their wings together which is pretty unusual for a lot of different insects. Is that true for for the casinos? To yes case yeah And the Larva. Actually if you look at a picture of a Best Beetle Larva It looks like the only have four legs or do pairs of legs But all insects have three pairs of legs but the best beetle larva its third pair of leagues are Super Super. Tiny and they click against the second pair of legs. And that's how they're making that noise there's like a little portray how on a second pair of legs a little spike that they rub their third pair of legs against. That's how they make their noises. We're super what does it sound like is? It sounds a lot like the adult calls. I think it's probably a loss Softer words so we probably wouldn't be able to hear to swell okay. I'm in a lot of their noises. We can't here. We just know that they're doing it. From like special microphones and stuff and watching like if it grove is making a noise. It's GonNa be moving in. The adults are going to be reacting to so.

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"beetle" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"beetle" Discussed on X96

X96

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on X96

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"beetle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"beetle" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"beetle" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"beetle" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"beetle" Discussed on AP News

"Has a unique sound beetle Burt boop drone seen it covered click for more. Honours under my farmer's truck insurance exchange center. Affiliates products available in every state. Thank you for listening to the AP radio network. For news on the go try the AP mobile app. Get breaking US international news from the world's most trusted news source stories for more than eight hundred local media companies choose to see the content of interest to most, whether it's sports entertainment highlights, global news or the latest from your hometown. Eighteen mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on an Android. You're listening to the AP digital news network. The State Department is now requiring nearly all applicants for US visas to submit their social media user names previous Email addresses and phone numbers. The change is expected to affect about fifteen million four nurse who apply for visas to enter the US each year in the past social media Email, and phone number histories were needed. Only from applicants who are identified for extra scrutiny people who'd travel to areas controlled by terrorist organizations, for example, and estimated sixty five thousand applicants per year had fallen into that category. The department says collecting the additional information from more applicants will better confirm identities only.

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