18 Burst results for "Bhopal"
UK missed three chances to join EU scheme to bulk-buy protective equipment
"You it's reported the U. K. missed three chances to be part of the European union's came to Bhopal like personal protective equipment for health workers the guardian newspaper claims the government didn't utilize opportunities to guess items such as masks gowns and gloves it department of health spokesman says it's working round the clock to ensure the supply of PP over the coming weeks and
"bhopal" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Two hundred fifty nine fatalities with tens of thousands more who were i severely poisoned but didn't die right away or you know didn't die but got super sick or disfigured or whatever also thousands of animals died that day and according to government affidavit from two thousand six the leak caused a total of five hundred fifty eight thousand one hundred twenty five injuries how how including thirty eight thousand four hundred seventy eight temporary partial injuries whatever the fuck that means and about thirty nine nine hundred permanently disabling injuries. Wow what what's a partial injury. How like you get half of poison burr uh-huh temporary partial injuries and then well. I'm curious about the five hundred twenty thousand that weren't temporary or permanent yes so following the disaster a giant series of legal actions began that are actually still going to this day right away. The government of india passed bill that made them the legal representative for the victims and they filed lawsuits against union carbide here in the u._s. Where the company was based and in april of one thousand nine hundred five a federal judge ruled that union carbide based on the legal principle of fundamental human decency those were the judges exact words union carbide needed to pay five to ten million dollars into a fund for immediate relief before anything else happens and <hes> the company agreed to pay five million assuming it would not be an admission of liability they thought they were still going to wriggle out of the liability the visit at this time and also assuming the payment would count toward any future settlement which means they knew they wouldn't be li- wriggling shut right yeah. Hey sir whatever india said go fuck yourself. That's ridiculous. He's come on india. That's like nine bucks an injury. You guys your medicine. You can't count the dead people because you can't fix a lot of money. I tried to actually figure out how much five million dollars was in rupees factoring in inflation from nineteen gene eighty five but then my desktop calculator just said error and sprayed poison all over the room susumu kato in that shit so after some more negotiation in march of one thousand nine hundred six union carbide offered a settlement of three hundred fifty million dollars but then in may a u._s. District court ruling officially transferred all all the litigation from the u._s. Over to the indian court system and this was upheld on appeal and it was decided that this particular union in carbide plant was a separate entity owned managed and operated exclusively by indian citizens in india. Oh really yup yup once again. India responded to the ruling and the offer of three hundred fifty million with go fuck yourself and they claimed damages of three point three a billion cheese with super low to be honest when you really think about everything we'll get there. This finally got settled out of court though in one thousand nine hundred nine for total of four hundred seventy million dollars god and this was upheld by the supreme court of india with the provision that union carbide would by a medical insurance plan to cover anyone who got sick later and that they'd also build a dedicated hospital in bhopal to treat everyone and union carbide finally agreed and they did that stuff and they paid the money money yeah and and i mean let's not forget union. Carbide had to serve a month in prison but they could do it from home. I got to say i'm really glad this one had a happy ending will be honest with you. I was giving concern. Ya an upbeat musical number to finish it out the four hundred seventy million cars and stuff kind of like a rock opera feel at the end yeah so the financial settlement that was paid out and now it's time for the criminal proceedings this started with the city of bhopal charging union carbide ceo warren anderson with manslaughter slaughter but anderson refused to go anywhere near india and he skipped his court date so he was declared a fugitive and india asked for an extradition from the u._s. less but the u._s. supreme court ruled that they just wouldn't. We're not dealing with this anymore here in the u._s. Victims of the bhopal disaster are not auto out to pursue anything in a u._s. court. It's basically like gerrymandering. They did the same thing. Okay hold on a minute. Are you suggesting that we didn't rule in favor of allowing criminal prosecution for for individuals responsible for nefarious corporate action clutch my pearls. I'm shah shit yup and the only successful prosecution actually came in twenty ten but not here in the u._s. It happened when several plant managers who were indian citizens face charges in bhopal oh paul and were convicted of negligent homicide. They each got two years in jail. They got released on bail right away but they sentenced to two years in jail and they got to find about two thousand dollars fare. There was another attempt to seek damages against warren anderson here in the u._s. Based on a law that basically he says okay you get one last try. If it's crimes against humanity. Apparently we have but it didn't work. The case got dismissed in two thousand twelve. The appeal is denied and warren anderson died at age ninety four in two thousand fourteen not of poison sadly okay okay so get wh the heath but when you say like that people are going to want to hear your alibi clear. I don't remember what i was doing for a good chunk of two thousand fourteen anyway. The immediate effects leak were obviously horrific but the damage doesn't stop there. It's really really sad without getting into all the wildly depressing details we already to bunch of that but without adding more i guess let's say this plant poisoned the fuck out of everything ping near it over the years following disaster a bunch of different research teams collected samples of soil and water and breast milk of local women big chunks face cancer people's faces confines this christ and all those things although samples had crazy amounts of stuff. You're not supposed to have have in your body or in the environment one soil said just give you one quick example. One soil sample collected by greenpeace in one thousand nine hundred nine had mercury <music> levels up to six million times the reasonable amount. I just call bullshit on this. We're supposed to believe that there was that much mercury and no one became a superhero mu- uh-huh dollars no way. I don't believe it. Was that one guy out there just like i'm just so full of mercury here. Let me put it in your but i'll tell you how oh hot you are. Giovanni rectal is my preferred word choice thermometer as well. I was ninety eight six. Today is long as you have a as long as you have a dedicated. I am dedicated now. Once in a while you can go ass to mouth once in a while so the actual actual value of the damage caused by union carbide both human and environmental. It's almost impossible to actually measure and its way a higher than any of the settlements so we're still seeing plenty of legal wrangling and the excuses being presented by the union carbide team are insane so so basically we have two main lines of argument about the cause of the disaster. That's the crux of the argument. The victims are saying that the problem was corporate negligence since they usually mentioned everything i just said in this entire story there evidence for the corporate negligence they also might add that union carbide inspected acted. It's nearly identical type of plant in west virginia actually in september of nineteen eighty-four and the report about that plant in west virginia noted the following quote a runaway reaction could occur in the m._a._c. storage tanks and the plan response would not be timely or effective enough off to prevent catastrophic failure and exact quote about almost the exact same factory so again everything i just said in this entire story also also in that little report and that report was never sent to their bhopal facility. They were just like that. It's fine no no they. They did send it senate by home and canarian aw we'll see what they need to do is add snappy. Interjections amid reports skit everything around a little bit more tens tens of dozens of people and that brings us to the other side of the argument from union carbide who obviously realized they were about to billions of dollars and had a team of george castanza's show up at the factory and start making up the best possible ally strategy for that and they came up with the lone wolf disgruntled worker sabotage theory. Oh yeah according to union carbide some guy was kind of pissed about getting a shift on saturday when he requested off and decided to poison the entire sub comment fuck they're claiming this guy hooked up a water hose to the tank when nobody was looking and then just ran away laughing dive into bushes. I'm sanjay jay and this is jack asphyxiation. He seems like this entire. Argument still relies on building building a poison factory with safeguards so relaxed that you can say well <hes> it's perfectly safe so long as we treat these central indian workers just right all all went yup and just to make it even worse union carbide eventually commissioner report to prove this <unk> disgruntled worker theory with like a j._f._k. Magic bullet demonstration to show that water couldn't possibly get through the immaculate safety system tank e six ten without a rogue super villain hose guy genius and just to give you an idea about about this report. One piece of evidence was a teaboy who claimed that when he entered the break room twelve fifteen a._m. To serve the t he noticed i quote the atmosphere was tense and quiet end of evidence and that was it yup the report they also had a bunch of other evidence to and it sounds way more convincing than the teaboy thing but regardless and this is how i'm going to summarize what i've learned learned in one sentence even if you assume the rogue hosmer theory is correct union carbide set up a situation where a guy with a water hose ios could murder a city of course all right well. I guess my last question just got to india so i'll just ask if you're ready for the quiz quiz all right heath <hes> here's a question i wrote myself and did not have any helpless great if this this was a superhero origin story what would that heroes name b. Braun canarian rambo paul decide klopp op de quick silver surfer. Those are brilliant. Those are real funny great job job. I felt really good about you said you wrote those right. I definitely a lot about superhero. My my son who that brown canary one was a play quicksilver servers excellent but it has to be brown canary. That's so fucking and dark arken mean and good brown a it was a well actually when see so wrote these questions he didn't tell me the answer not sure see so what's the answer i it is as a a buddy. Well done racist as it can be. Yes although sorry i'm circling back. I feel like the musical physical we might want to go with quicksilver surfer though because that would fit the like stage thing off. I understood all one. I like that one. I like that coughing up first blood all right so i feel like we can all agree that a comedy show about this topic was in poor taste on a related note..
"bhopal" Discussed on Racing Post
"Bruce, millions him out Langdon, Dan, Scholtz and Patty pose Jason Murphy all can into to live Africa fourth-round ties taking brace on Sunday Sunday at four o'clock palace. I is injury Tottenham at Selhurst Park. The awesome palace shrunk ever. Since alley went down failing the back of his leg. Jason. What's the latest yet? So you can get Crystal Palace seven to four draw eleven to five and Tottenham turning to it Blimey rumors favorites, Dan, what's going to happen in the match processor about ROY. I think she he's take Elliott as well. He was the guy. I'll think I'll mention last week could it could taken the strain there the top end of the pitch. There isn't really a great deal less for for goal threat. Now for Spurs the rent, I was all for wasn't the Fulda million. I must've knocked his confidence quite a bit at performance and abu- us. I'll just think the market movies about ROY at. So I'm looking at the goes specs can't sees or conc- Spurs struggling for consistency. See polish struggling for go Spurs good at the back policy seven goals in twelve hundred ninety season. That includes the one Neil against Grimsby. When Greenville think without the ten minutes. We've we've scored as many goals in the league at Anfield the had in two games as we ever home all season struggle at home show break things down better on the counter attack with how not so good so logos ame- to off goal shade about zone. Good bet. Jason it'd be tipple Palacio palace. Two was one bookmaker head turning tear for them to qualify you. But if you don't have to go to do the job, you're going to do it at home in ninety minutes. Look, we know about Tottenham's injury troubles and canopy leave hope I rent it was last week this month award cope winner. He's pending. Area. What you've as when you're up leagues with severe Bush mo-. He got he was just atrocious. Maybe they will go knock this confidence tournament last shown to seventy Lewitt. Tremendous likes Bhopal, Schettino dot Cam. Was he brought in off the bench with fifteen minutes ago? Just saw that the trauma crow could said at the scene him in the flesh. What you wouldn't give the have came back now. And can I just let Porsche now if he listens is with desperate sec-, Vincent Jens and all the Palestine's. They can bring him on that often anti that'd be fantastic. Boy, look, the Dakota one win against Grimsby to warn full strange puts a high tones and still played a tink. You know, ROY should have a go at this like, you know, back. That's. Right there and put off really how money chances has got left. You know, how many years manage anyways have go out this cope prices policies out as well at home, you know, to record against the top six don't get the results, but the performs as are there like the with arsenal this season, the only loss one the Tottenham and Chelsea allowed were very defensive in that game against Jesse. But listen, I just be back in the palace win here. And see what happens Joanie good, Mark. Just have a couple of goes first goal score. He's going to be a tight low scoring game on I call me back in policy Neely favorites to be taught him until I seen. What's happened on Thursday was Burs and the team because if Erickson a more applying and play I'm not sure would want to be on one would be mealy oil-rich of policies via yo of course in operation for this game. If tilting the old holding penalties that could bring him into play. Well, we'll soy's I mean, we'll generally get some joy against Tottenham as. On the road. And he's playing backout wide again. Which is great. I think just on the Tottenham some of the things a for Tolan fifties. If you have a look when they play free the back. He comes forward law as digs from so of twenty twenty five yards and from set-pieces where they did win the game at Selhurst and Sperone student goal, a wo say the Sperone your it's this new kid we've seen the whites photo full choice. There may be an opportunity from distance for three in the wing box pushing on my will to to get down to solid yet. And I I like that good, right? Six o'clock. I know it's handy. One for this Sheffield Wednesday offensive on schlepping, dense west London at six o'clock, you get out of there..
"bhopal" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"And there's the whole thing went and tower of water just flooded the valley killing four hundred people. So sad. That's because they didn't want to use one of them AAC headed engineers with an actual because that would be elitist wait so LA love this Mulholland guy so much because his name is literally on every so to his credit though to his credit in the hearing afterwards trying to figure out what was going on. He said don't blame anyone else. You know, you can just fasten it on me if there was human error was the human. So he took full credit for it, which he should have because it was one hundred percent his failure. He retired. Of course. He's getting tired to let you build a frigging. That. Kill four hundred people because you screw up. You're done. Sorry career is over. So I couldn't they hold them accountable. Yeah. Well, that would be a lawsuit right in modern. I don't know how often did structural things happen like that in the twenty s the standards were probably pretty different. It was like, I don't know. He thinks it's going to hold. Nobody here knows any better. But who hired him? That's an important question. I know do this in your backyard and your spirit, Los Angeles bureau of water works and supply. Got the dam was forty miles northwest of Los Angeles care. Okay. Part of the Los Angeles Ecuador system. Gotcha. Okay. Cool. I don't know what what building standards were like in twenty eight just apparently he failed even to the standards of his time. Exactly. You just didn't do it. Right. Let's go to number two in one thousand nine hundred seventy one the forty story height. Regency hotel in Kansas City, experienced total failure and collapse. During a magnitude four point two earthquake because it was not designed to existing standards resulting in over six hundred deaths. You guys all think this one is the fiction? So none of you have heard of the height. Regency hotel disaster of nineteen seventy-one. Clap this for me. And you guys all followed suit. So I'm going to blame. You not me. I'm. It's throwing them under the bus. But this regard is. So it was the height regency walkway collapse in nineteen seventy-one killed one hundred and fourteen people into two hundred sixteen more, and again, it was a situation where they just sort of rigged something up without really doing the math. You know, doing the engineering and the didn't do the calculations. They had these two walkways. Hotels with an open courtyard in the middle, you know, and had walkways stories up and catwalk. They were suspended suspended, and they had to move them around for some reason, they they had them both hanging from the same structure, which could not hold the weight. And so they both collapsed fell down to the lobby killing one hundred and fourteen people. Oh my God. That's horrible. Yeah. Just a total engineering failure. They just didn't they didn't do diligence calculations mazing. My gosh pales in comparison to the final one nine hundred eighty four safety valve in a chemical plant in Bhopal. India released forty tons of methyl isocyanate a toxic gas into the air immediately killing three thousand nearby residents. And being blamed for fifteen to twenty thousand premature jets deaths over sixty thousand injuries is unfortunately science you guys. Remember, the company Union Carbide, your canoe Union Carbide in Danbury, Connecticut. Oh, yeah. That's the Connecticut connection to this. I knew this. We all knew about it. Because it was in Danbury. We knew people who worked for Union Carbide. This was a plant in India Bhopal India, and it was really all the local management that is to blame. Although they they didn't have the proper oversight from headquarters..
"bhopal" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Hundred eighty four a safety valve in a chemical plant in Bhopal, India released forty tons of methyl isocyanate a toxic gas into the air immediately killing three thousand nearby residents. And ultimately being blamed for fifteen to twenty thousand premature deaths and. Over six hundred thousand injuries brand new day. So anybody if you go first here Carrico, I yeah. I mean, it makes a difference. I have no this is just literally a shot in the dark. So you did them in order of the year, which is interesting ugliness and. Which is interesting you'd think that'd be in verse nineteen twenty eight Saint Francis damn near Los Angeles. Sudden catastrophic failure just twelve hours after its final inspection. That's interesting. There's like no water. LA? Like, maybe twenty eight there was four hundred deaths. Saint Francis damn near LA literally never heard of this seventy one the forty story. Hyatt Regency hotel in Kansas City. Okay. Total failure collapsed. During a magnitude four point two earthquake not designed to existing standards four point two is so low magnitude, but if it was like on a fault right underneath Kansas. Like right underneath the hotel. Four point two could still do a lot of damage all those Kansas City on a fault where people fracking and nineteen seventy one I don't know eighty four safety valve and a chemical plant and Bo Paul India release forty tonnes Heather tons. It's actually. ES is different than. I always thought it was just like the British snowboard. They're actually different. They're actually different thing. They're very. Not different enough to make any effects going. Meet her in a yard..
"bhopal" Discussed on WJR 760
"A role model and ask you some questions. Okay. Tell me if you've ever experienced in these so. Any fever chills? I think our role to help mankind when they are at the absolute bottom. As critical and the more people we step up to the plate and recognize there are problems and begin to help in a real way more quickly regarding to be able to resolve some of these serious issues. This is not about people who are on drugs, and they don't care the majority of the people have become homeless and displaced because of real serious financial problems that happened that were beyond their control and comprehension. And so if we take little steps towards rectifying all of these areas in the next ten years, we're going to look back and see huge changes, and it's so rewarding. So let me grab. Yesterday. I he'll go out on the evil. What faintness Ohio? Nothing makes it worse. A big part of the learning and the. Management of patients and treatment is just the fact that we sit and listen. That we look them in the eye, and there's some an actually that's going to hear what their problems are. And that's really a huge part of what we do. And the students have found that if they just sit there calmly and give them a chance to talk that they'll unfold allied of problems that they have and many of them are very relieved at the fact that someone actually stat and listen to me and heard what my problems are a couple of things could be sounds like really didn't have an injury anything that would've caused you really Wrangler. So doesn't sound like it's likely it's like a leg. Attended anything like that. You can imagine in the classroom where you're learning. The skill set, and is very isolated textbook kind of way. And when we come here as future physicians, we really have a chance to hone those practical skills in a very hands on pragmatic way. Not just learning. How to take a history not just learning how to do a physical exam by Dr Bhopal had mentioned how to talk to another person how to how to have that really basic human interaction that is at the core of the icy Pathak profession, and I think one additional feature of the coming to the NSO is that we get to see Dr replied mentioned diseases that you would normally see out in the world, hypertension, diabetes. But we get to see those things that are compounded by the challenges of being homeless are being financially financially vulnerable. And so you have this unique presentation of disease that you wouldn't see anywhere else. It's actually happened. A few times where I've seen something in the clinic before I saw it in the classroom. So when I saw it in the classroom. Well, I already knew it. And so, you know, going the other way and having the top down exposure to it is just so so rewarding. All right. Well, this is what's going to help you. I think we if we getting something take the fluid off of your life. Fluid in your life. I was thinking about what doctrinal Pell said about treating them on their level talking to them as a human being. And that's one of the main osteopathic tenants is to treat them body, mind and soul. And so that's what we do here, and they have health issues upon financial issues, a pan social issues, and we're here to listen and treat them as best. We can actually I really did not know who is going to take care of me. And by got in guardian angels. Thank.
"bhopal" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Images of barrel bombs in syria children being killed in this place i've i've even caught them putting images that are are absolutely fake for example they put out images from an from an accident a gas attack that had not even attack it was a gas accident that happened in bhopal india several decades ago it's a very famous picture i happen to know it because somebody i know took the photographer is a friend of mine it's a picture of a little boy who's being laid to rest he's died because of the gas and so his eyes have become very wide that people's are dilated and they were passing this around as a muslim child killed an airstrike right so they're bombarding you with these images and we've seen in our own political discourse that people are gullible right that people people see things on facebook and they believe them to be true pizza gate etc right and these are often young men also young women their adolescence they're not fully formed and they're being their heartstrings just being pulled out saddam is the first i think sort of the first step where they begin where they began their enraged they see themselves as part of the muslim community and they're being told it's one body if if you if when you when you stub your your entire body recoils in pain what are you going to do about it and then in the case of i think why isis was particularly successful is they gave them something concrete to do in a place that was not impossible to get to the jihad in afghanistan in the balkans etc even earlier in rock it was much harder to get to then taking eastern wall going up and being smuggled across the border this is we're just kind of scratching the surface but but this seems to be a common thread is using the empathy the goodness in people to literally get them on on boarded into this terror group so once sorry once they get them to join isis they then turn them into killers as we heard you mentioned that that particular it was released stood out to you so i completely agree with you and i think i've i've i've studied foreign fighters went to iraq when they when the american occupation in.
"bhopal" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Images of barrel bombs in syria children being killed in this place i've i've even caught them putting images that that are absolutely fake for example they put out images from an from an accident and a gas attack that have not even attack it was a gas accident that happened in bhopal india several decades ago it's a very famous picture i happen to know it because somebody i know took the photographer is a friend of mine is a picture of a little boy who's being laid to rest he's died because of the gas and so his eyes have become very wide the people's are dilated and they were passing this around as a muslim child killed an airstrike right so they're bombarding you with these images and we've seen in our own political discourse that people are gullible right that people people see things on facebook and they believe them to be true pizza gate etcetera right and these are often young men also young women their adolescence they're not fully formed and they're being their heart strings are just being pulled out so that is the i i think the first step where they begin where they begin their enraged they see themselves as part of the muslim community and they're being told it's one body if if you if when you when you stub your told your entire body recoils in pain what are you going to do about it and then in the case of i think why isis was particularly successful is they gave them something concrete to do in a place that was not impossible to get to the jihad in in afghanistan in the balkans etc even earlier in iraq it was much harder to get to then taking a flight eastern wall going up and being smuggled across the border this is we're just kind of scratching the surface but but this seems to be a common thread is using the empathy the goodness of people to literally get them on on boarded into the terror group so once sorry once they get them to join isis they've then turn them into killers as we heard you mentioned that that particular it was released out to you so i completely agree with you and i think i've i've i've studied the foreign fighters that went to iraq when they when the american occupation in the.
"bhopal" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Seven three hundred aaa two hundred we created a wormhole has it been a stable wormhole i've been doing investigation into the southern atlantic anomaly which we reported a couple of days ago how it triggers earthquakes and problems i found some other things that i i i'm sure it's going to have you wondering about whether or not sern or some other group put together a rosenberg i'd sign rosen bridge i was looking over some information about well this is from wikileaks back in two thousand twelve they were publishing some global intelligence files from stratford and basically it's a company that provides confidential intelligence services to companies like bhopals dow chemical lockheed martin northrop grumman raytheon and a lot of other government agencies including including the us department of homeland security the us marines the us defense intelligence agency and the department of energy now all night tonight we have been replaying the earnest manila's interview with chelsea handler and he is basically he's the guy that's the secretary of energy and he knows what goes on at the department of energy and they were asking him about stranger things and whether or not what was going on the idea of exploring the upside down is real and he said that yes this is exactly what they do i have a curious question for you do you i don't know if you ever saw stranger things have you guys paid on the show they have department of energy and they spend a lot of time investigating a parallel universe what can you tell us about that i can tell you first of all that i've never seen it but i'm aware of it secondly i believe this fictional dav laboratory was operating in the nineteen eighties you can draw whatever entrance you wish from that third i will note that actually we do work in parallel universes really all right so let's talk a little bit of cliffhanger it turns out actually the first question was about responsibilities and i focus on energy but we also have security responsibilities like the iran agreement we are also a big supporter of very basic science and that includes trying to understand the basic particles of hr and the.
"bhopal" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"Free enterprise but historically every industry has always sought to avoid government regulation as sought to maximise shortterm profits and you know what what it's faced with the choice of of investing in public safety or pursuing shortterm profits they invariably a will pursue the profit motive i mean that's to use some a few historical examples you know zeppelin industry in the nineteen twenties you know thought it was convinced itself that was perfectly safe to travel by hydrogen gas balloon when when helium was available and that the decision put them out of business after the hindenburg exploded you know we didn't get seat belts and safety glass and automobiles because of the decisions made by the private sector they actually had to have these things imposed upon them by the department of transportation the bhopal india the greatest industrial accident it ever happened you know when union carbide watcher manufacturer pesticides it didn't want to follow the regulations and the states and so they went to india where wouldn't have to follow those regulations and and take certain safety measures and they ended up killing almost as many people as died in here shimazu consequentially the enormous as a consequence of the release of pesticides into the local population in bhopal then paul india trusting the electric power industry to protect the grid and the idea that we don't have to worry about these threats to the grid would be a lot like trusting the cigarette industry and on lung cancer back in the nineteen fifties and sixty now we've kind of gotten away from this is a practice week for i think teddy roosevelt and the trust busters you know saying that we're we're not going to let interested parties selfregulate and yet we're still doing that in this case under the rubric of something called the north american electric reliability corporation peter priets a group that apparently sets the standards and largely drives such regulation as this this other body the federal energy regulatory commission also known as firkh that kind of overseas but as i understand it more or less serves as a rubber stamp for the electric utilities trade association if you want to think of it that way dirk that's right i could clinical scientists call the phenomena regulatory capture the us federal energy regulatory commission basically is comprised lawyers and lobbyists who used to work for the.
"bhopal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The flip side what about this may be the precious on the patriots may be patriots fans a more nervous than eagle fence was there is that expectation for belgium second brady and gras can these guys to dominate for for map patricia and josh mcdaniel to roger federer the sunset to be the head coach of in the nfl and leaves the patriot nation so maybe it of precious actually on on owen d on the you'll see answers in that way because when we look at it i mean uh but if you watched if you watched the third for 30 orpo on bilbao check in bhopal cells i think you could tell that pressure williams and get the bill passed of the bill belching and the guy who's as we point out the guy sitting in tells game with his girlfriend i couldn't believe that again less because that would give our nowadays they've done all the work against they've done and it may be went back to the hotel he starwatching game phil but i i would think when you're that close to super bowl fifty two that you will not be taken it a basketball game i don't know it was strange and tasni other thing let's hit me this week is he it's been really happy he has been happy happy jones on bill bellichik all the pressures of and i'm nervous right now i'm nervous easter lights conduct unbecoming that there had cleared doesn't it doesn't come across well it feels like something is often it's this girl man he's regular smile and turns or brandi city hey james at all god you are with townsend whose son cbs sports radio boy recorded our country hey out so yeah i was your guarded about uh the bill m villain phil and uh i regret way into it uh the whole uh cog idea about mike france esa in uh uh mad dog show uh real the.
"bhopal" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Check failure the failure islamic lawson can a broken twice and in my personal wrecker bhopal paul pierce has never won a titled an needed cover guard at ray allen and rondo to win it go women on your own that is straight talk it is brought to you by straight talk wireless nationwide coverage of america's largest the most dependable four g lte network ermo put it on the poll how much of a night this properes desert like i want to figure out sprouts and saying brokers does deserve does he deserved a couple of hours like figure out a way to make that a bucharest it beat that was will smith's magic wand for a long time just get a bunch of things on the screen that people will notice i could just be among them pellets mitric to ice around race out with funny looking in funny acting people and won't notice them kinda drive by comparison of for you all of you weirdos that's what i do i'm surrounded by orcs i'm sitting here blaming will smith and all i'm doing is seen a right in the mirror the jews some jello is now will smith because he gives a much better i'm just sitting here with you and my dad my dad a troll as pretty good good meat hide fingerpointing i've arrived well jobs again as i just told you which rowlands through got saluted me like what are you one of his sausage fingers it may be in the jews sony is pm radio espn radio is presented by aggressive insurance guest on the dan laboratory joe appear via the shell pennzoil performance line chris going to be there today for the next forty four days at 1230 easter brought a nutshell pennzoil performance laud here's your sports centre update lebron james's said that this season his fifteen th of his career has been his most challenging meanwhile in oklahoma city carmelo anthony says that the acceptance of his role with the thunder has made the game fun again.
"bhopal" Discussed on WLAC
"Public enthusiasm over the event although the first incandescent lamp had been produced forty here's earlier noone venter had been able to come up with a practical designed until edison embraced challenge in the late 1870s this week and 1932 radio city music hall opens in new york city at the height of the great depression thousands turned out for the opening of this magnificent artdeco theater radio city music hall was designed as a palace for the people a place of viewed where ordinary people could see high quality entertained since its 1932 opening more than three hundred million people have gone to radio city to enjoy movies state shows concerts and special events this week in 19th sixty four the ban led zeppelin is captured live for the first time in washington state within a year they be big within two they be huge and within three they'd be the biggest band in the world at the end of the now widely available recording known as gonzaga's sixty a rubber plant can be heard introducing himself and has been made his and his weaken nineteen forty seven actor ted danson is born in san diego california best known for his role as sam alone on the legendary sitcom cheers dance it went on to star in his own sitcom becker from 1998 to two thousand four and has been in numerous movies and tv shows throughout his career even playing himself on curb your enthusiasm threats your look back at this week in history the mildness sweet top tv three and here's what you've been watch on zeevi this week chloe courtney and kim are at number five with the press pass episode of keeping up with the kardashians trump and number four it's the latest episode of vander pomp rules next up at the bhopal aji episode of the real housewives of new jersey they're a number three and number two the great he than army marches on is the prisoner episode of viking and finally the number one tv stream this week it's this season eight premier of the real housewives of beverly hill that with me top tv theme we'll keep you move in with nashville traffic at 300 two point newsradio fifteen ten wnyc.
"bhopal" Discussed on First and Last
"You spoke pasco first and last the podcast first and foremost you could at some good real competent nfl bhopal yesterday and one that you result is going to make us question a lot of things that i think we ultimately need to relax with and that would start and end with the cowboys chiefs game that we had yesterday the dallas cowboys beat the chief 28 to seventeen in one of the bigger games of the day featuring a team and the kansas city chiefs that started off the season as hot as any in football that in a we had talked about having to of ep candidates and being the chief mover and shaker in the afc and then a dallas cowboys team that had the burden of expectation that one seed in the nfc year ago coupled with everything is eur elliott has gone on with in the last calendar year and change the turmoil that organization has been in trying to gauge in wonder if when and how they are going to be with or without their star running back all of which has led them to a point now where they find themselves white back in the mix of things record wise and quality of play wise this team that had a fair amount of turn over that we talked about last year and that is still managed to remain hole at the most important parts we quarterback in they're running back has finally given them a chance to go out there and perform it it gives them so much confidence that does bryant their star wide receiver actually felt so bold as to say that this year's cowboys team is better than the one they played on last year.
"bhopal" Discussed on WLAC
"Find out to find the answer to anything my kids i always converting things you know how does how many pounds is this how many how many kilos his side um where can we convert currency to all kinds of stuff and do it you can do instantly just by asking uh not not series so much for to google assistant is this very very good at all kinds of uh uh answers to short question where were the james veritas we talk about artificial intelligence is book is called our final invention do you see a i turning on us i see um a violation of the rules yeah i do i i i see it you know we anticipate that the things we make will be we'll be harm us and then vote but we're always um we're always getting kind of kind of kind of bitten by the uh i i see it's um developing and more complex cognitive architectures and then those those architectures uh we'll we'll demonstrate behaviors that were not ready for um the the i as i wrote my book um a lot of theorists think about basic drives that the good advanced systems will will develop and they include things like selfprotection the of fill a resource requisitioned resource preservation that won't want to be turned off the one together resources and um people can read more about this in our final invention but what as we create intelligence that rivals our own we shouldn't be surprised if that intelligence exhibits behaviors that are that are similar to ours um we're women were were were modeling a lot of the food software on these cognitive architecture is our own on our own brains and there are are are issue i think overall with technology is our our innovation runs way ahead of our stewardship so we we we develop chemical plants and and then that we have a terrible accident kills thousands of people we say okay we'll never put a chemical plant in the middle of a big city again that's bhopal india um right so that was dow world dow chemical that was union carbide which then you know soul the soul the subs so to your company and tried to wash their hands um we make mistakes like that all the time uh three mile island uh who kashima no you know with conflict systems acts from cefalo.
"bhopal" Discussed on KKAT
"At the end whatever's left over ends up being real ask district and that person is usually won this disgruntled at bhopal nobre where we had a bipartisan vote every time that i've been involved at a years here in europe on republicans a croats alike have voted or an yeah there's been one uh and the senate that really votes now and two or three in the house that both know because they don't like away their district is gone but there's always going to be somebody at the end whether it's all gone together though i will say well i didn't get everything i want but overall it's been a very fourcolored process and i have to say the people have been well her so when you when you have listened to the county and city officials at about their opinions i've been surprised that some cities will say we want to have one senator there were about the size of one senate district and we just want one senator well if i were them i would want my city divided so that i would have three senate districts 'cause i've now have three senators listening to me because frankly you you listen more to those whose uh who you represent i don't i've never understood that and i also don't understand how people say but we want solid democrat districts are solid republican districts rather than a similar districts in the how would a korda how do the courts ever decide that that is a fair boundary line i i don't know how anybody would say oh you did that to advantage this party because if you make solidly republican districts you've now given up a lot of districts to be solidly democrat coward that's exactly right that those are partisan republicans and partick can party some democrats that are saying it's not the public and says that the public wants to have comparative racist public wants to have a choice and if you'd god solidly republic and district or a solid democrat district that really isn't going to be your choice luke kennard what are the criteria that we normally down we want to have.
"bhopal" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And welcome back here verbalize telephone number in of them things in my work this hour is eight six six four four four three four seven eight eight six six four four four dirt which three four seven i of quick thing about mccarthy tony off the air and then we'll get darrell back on the finishes story about the snakes and then will move on catch apple other things okay uh tony and i talked about the fact using colorado and had yellow spots in his uh bluegrass a turf for somebody suggested to me was nematodes i recommend seven liquid and grenier obviously uh he he did it nabi sleeves since he did you can tell use for new listener because we don't recommend seven swung those dangerous chemicals it's still out there on the market the active ingredient in it is what kill thousands of people in bhopal india i happen to know an awful lot about seven and related things goes my father in wall there is no longer live worked for union carbide the companies might product is had that problem in bhopal india so uh what i recommended in steaua that is beneficial nematodes of course i ask a first time he he had some physical problems so the say one able to do digging the swansea for really worsen grow warm issue so i say if there are uh a inside problems of any kind whether they're a grow worms or should change roger something else causing in the problem i would recommend beneficial nematodes in stood a toxic chemicals of the spin knows should products you've heard me talking about coming liquider granular that that would be unit dish and all the option of for that if it happens to be a disease brown patch the dollar baud some other fungus or bacterial disease that's exactly what i just covered in the latest news weather and how what i would do do there's the first step would be put out whole ground cornmeal a ninety percent of the time or.
"bhopal" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"I see that in unconscious say this this prosthetic tired dates back between the time of nine hundred and fifty seven ten b c really all young really advanced technology i have another thing from around nine hundred fifty bc okay so this is an automaton by king new of zhou in china i probably pronounce that wrong but that's how it looks he had an engineer called young she and young she gave him a humanshaped figure which walks with rapid strides moved its head up and down untouched its chin and begun singing in june okay this was supposedly nine hundred fifty bc wall and if the king of eastleigh thought it was amazing but then as the performance was drawing to an end the robot wink tickets i made advances to the ladies of the audience ana and so the king demanded that it be broken down until it was proved that it was actually an automaton because he thought it was some kind of a live thank also all moslems and i assume the climax is going to be that that was obviously justice lazy man has painted himself silver while i mean it's a story from ancient china so maybe it's not even three sierra did have a amazing things in the eighteenth century so these rotunda which uh so the record we have drawings with and things like that so those one called the vocal song duck a bhopal frenchman cold jacques deveaud council in seventeen thirty eight it could stretches wings.