19 Burst results for "Bhubaneshwar"

How Plagues Become Renaissances

Mission Daily

04:39 min | 1 year ago

How Plagues Become Renaissances

"Today. We're talking about how plagues become Renaissance's. So if we look back at the EIB bhubaneshwar plague in. Europe, it was ultimately a catalyst for the renaissance. Now, it wasn't a smooth transition, but there was this period of you know horrible plag- afterwards, there was kind of all. Things start to shift around a little bit. People started to get optimistic again, they moved outside their homes and villages, and what it had done was loosened the power of the Catholic Church Fan. So when was the bubonic plague in what was happening? Then I don't actually. Know what was happening? When you get the bubonic plague, right? Can you tell me a bit more about this? You get sick and die basically. So was like I think the same as the black death where it's like one in three people in Europe. Got It around what the twelve hundred or something The people can back probably off by a couple hundred years, but the point being like everything was going smooth in. Europe. Europe, and then all of a sudden one, one in three people got the plague got sick and died unfortunately and the controlling party in Europe. The time was basically the Roman Catholic Church and what this did was it loosened the grip of the Church and there was all this newfound experimentation which gradually turned towards individualism and how that happened I think is fascinating. So I was doing some reading today. There's a book called. techniques and civilization and nineteen, thirty, four book. It's kind of obscure. But the author Lewis Mumford described how the invention of the clock singlehandedly catalyzed the renaissance basically. So there's this lull. Post plag-, and all of a sudden. This invention is created the clock and the idea of telling time comes into existence and all of a sudden, the the grip of the Roman Catholic Church reduces and you have art science Yeah. Everything get founded in explored. So why did the grip reduce? Is it because they were kind of controlling the idea? The idea. Yeah, and to the point where you know if you had sins or whatever, and you want to be forgiven in the eyes of the community or the church, you know you need it to buy an indulgence. It was a very strict doctrine where you know like my parents were Lutheran and there are certain things I. Certainly didn't agree with their. But if you follow that back, Lutheranism was a reaction to the Catholic church was like a reformation from that and Catholic churches like even more. So so just like very. Tight grip culturally is a good way of putting it. So not really open to individual experimentation There's no concept of science and supposedly like because of the clock, there wasn't any aspect of. You know a belief that. The your world was like verifiable or you could put it in Su You know practice for something that you conceived of, does that make sense? Yeah. I'm trying to relate it back to the plague of thinking about how it all ties together well I. think that was interesting. Is that the way that we're going to get out of this is by new inventions. So new concepts of categorizing things whether that's you know deciding that health span for individuals increasing health span of everyone is a really viable like pursuit or. Or you know businesses are going to start investing money there I. think that could create an invention like the clock where we stop having this debate of like Oh, you know people lived to be around this age, and then they die and instead just thinking about, okay. There's sickness. There's disease going on how are we extend the health span of everybody like way more broadly to events like this are a good place to kind of snap you out of your traditional way of thinking because before with the Bubonic plague people. I think we're very I mean, they believed in the church and you know like bad things don't happen and ought bad stuff started happening spree superstitious, and then they look for something else afterwards, and you're saying maybe that same kind of thing can happen now with everything going on is that exactly? Quantification of. Things around whether there. You're like your inputs and outputs. We talked about like the quantified self movement in previous episodes or on a couple episodes of hidden in plain sight, which is just basically like tracking your imports which are drinking which are eating. So that quantification just like the clock kind of qualified time and created the same framework that everybody could run on and meet know more efficiently and all this stuff I think that Yeah, innovations here is. Is What's going to help us quantify things in new ways

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Faith in Times of Plague - Luther

5 Minutes in Church History

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Faith in Times of Plague - Luther

"This week we're going back to the year. Fifteen twenty seven and two Martin Luther. He of course is no stranger to us here on five minutes in Church history but he lived through a plague and even wrote about it. November fifteen twenty seven. Luther published a little pamphlet entitled whether one may flee from a deadly plague now. The plague he was talking about was the bhubaneshwar plague. This is the black deaf. I came to Europe in thirteen fifty and those few years right around thirteen fifty. It was so devastating to Europe and it took about a third of the population of Europe. The plague receipted but then it recurred really centuries later and one of those recurrences came to Pittsburgh in the summer of fifteen twenty seven by November. Luther decided to write this pamphlet whether one may flee from a deadly plague. It's full of all kinds of practical advice on how to respond. Luther even talks in here about the building of hospitals and how hospitals should be built in such a way as to protect the medical staff as they serve those who are suffering from plague the towards the end. He delivers a paragraph. I want to read that to you in full because I think there's a lot in there that we can learn from and we should be paying attention to as we learn from our good friend. Martin Luther he writes therefore I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Well that's a great place to start. Let's Pray for God's Merciful Protection of us all then Luther says then I shall fumigate one point in this piece. He says I'll fumigate my house. Fumigate the yard fumigate the street now. I'm not sure what fumigating looked like in the sixteenth century but whatever it was luther was advocating for it. He goes on to say. I'll help purify the air. He says out administer medicine and take it. I shall avoid places and persons where my presence is not needed in order not to become contaminated and thus per chance in fact and pollute others and so caused their death as a result of my negligence. So there's luther offering very practical advice on how to respond to this taking medicine and so forth and being careful on fact we see Luther. They're practicing what we would call today social distancing right Luther goes on to say if God would wish to take me he will surely find me and I have done what he is expected of me and so I am not responsible for either my own death or the death of others if my neighbor needs me however I shall not avoid place or person but we'll go freely as stated above so there we see him again following the regulations but also recognizing that he needs to put love of neighbor first and then luther ends with this see this is such a God fearing faith because it is neither brash nor foolhardy and does not tempt God. Luther is outlining for us. What faith in God looks like in time of plague? He says it's not brash. It's not foolhardy. You know we do look right before. We crossed the street in my neighborhood. Street doesn't get much traffic But I still look when I cross it but if I were to cross a four lane highway and probably look a little bit more carefully and so we have to be extra careful. Maybe in these times as we exercise our faith that we not do it brashly or foolhardy way but nevertheless we realize that in these times of plague as luther is advising his congregation and advising us this pamphlet that has survived through the centuries that we are to trust in. God so there is Martin. Luther reminding us that in times of plague we trust in God. We pray mercifully for his protection and his protection for us all.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Call along with William Park Paul Lewis and Harvard scientists. Milton rose now me to discuss the flu. William Welsh is still home recovering. The damage from the flu has been monumental but it seems like the worst days have passed the death toll has slowed still. There are more questions than answers especially for the country's scientists. The group gathered here today or not accustomed to being DISC LEWIS. All are desperate to explain how things could have gotten to this point. Take seats around a long wooden table at that very moment. Hermann Biggs New York State Commissioner of Public Health burst into the room. He takes a seat at the head of the table. Skips greetings skips introductions. He's angry gentlemen. Were here today for the first meeting of my influence of commission. Yes the Spanish. Flu EPIDEMIC HAS FADED IN THE EAST. But there has never been anything which compares with it in importance in which we were so helpless the damage this virus was allowed to do a series reflection upon public health administration medical science biologist. Paul Lewis speaks up with all respect. We did our very best. I person- personally. All the promised vaccine one that never came. But if I had more time for time you saw this epidemic coming all of you you months to prepare. You didn't do enough everything that we know about Spanish Lou. Now or in six months from now we should have known before the pestilence spread. What are we even? One hundred percents certainty was influenza. I was told by a navy. Scientists that the disease had a number of symptoms and common with Bhubaneshwar play plague. Mr Rosenello here was telling me just the other day. He had no doubt it was influenced. Kenny prove that mister bigs. It's imperative that we not there's not proof on either side clearly you can't come to consensus on what does easiest or it's pathogen. If you could you would have by. Now let's move on. We must plot a course forward in the months ahead. I suggest you worked to identify the source. And Cause of the disease. The epidemiology be vigilant.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Clean it up. Nope. Never went back and it's right near the produce district of fashion. District of downtown Elena place called series avenue, all those garbage all that garbage brings rats and the rats bring disease and your produce. That's the produce you eat every day because a garbage rats and fleas right next to produce. We're going to go wind and solar. We're going to convert you're gonna up with blue bonnet plague on sled. You know what first of all, just if you're talking about life, as my dog I found all these fleas on my dog. Now you've got an well, there's homeless people around my neck of the woods. Got typhus forget the produce are all gonna be dead in a year, you're gonna see there's going to be this massive plague outbreak and his wife. Bhubaneshwar is the one that could really take us if that did that makes a comeback. What is not difficult to have a garbage collection once or twice a week in that district? Why do it? I hope Joe Grover goes back there every week and watch it grow again. So this dopey Merican, be embarrassed. And by the way, it's covered in the story. But it appears that because everyone knows this to avoid trash collection fees. They're like take it down to Cirrus avenue and just throw it there. I think that's what's going on. Yokel businesses just say, I don't want. I don't want all this garbage have to pay for it to be over there to the landfill said he doesn't care. It's Garcetti landfill. That's we're going to name it right next to your produce your Ganic produce there. Nothing more Ganic than getting produce with the fleas typhus plague on it. Thank god. There's David Goldstein and Joel Grover investigative teams from channel two and four. Because while channel four is doing a great to the stories that no one else does. And that are so valuable, aren't we got more coming up? John and Ken show. KFI Debra Mark.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on American History Tellers

"I was told by a navy scientists that the disease had a number of symptoms in common with Bhubaneshwar play plague Mr. Rosena here was telling me just the other day. He had no doubt. It was influenza. We'll Kenny prove that mister bigs it's imperative that we. Enough. There's not proof on either side. Clearly, you can't come to consensus on what does easy as or it's pathogen. If you could you would have by now, let's move on. We must plot. A course forward in the months ahead. I suggest you work to identify the source and cause of the disease the epidemic. Polity be vigilant in your laboratories and follow up on any promising. Clues men look at each other clients and each one nods. May have been lucky this time. But this may not be over if it returns. What can we do? The world is counting on us. The second and deadliest wave of Spanish influenza finally comes to an end in late October following an especially grim week and Philadelphia when nearly forty six hundred people dive the disease, but just ten days later new infections have dropped so steeply that the city lifts its order demanding that all public places closed their doors. The virus has mutated into a less deadly form appears humanity will be spared then again, the virus has infected so many people. It's simply run out of new people to infect like a wildfire that extinguishes itself after running out of trees with infections on the wane, those laboratories analyze the data the best they can they study samples peer through microscopes and compare notes with other doctors throughout the world chief army investigator, George Soper pores over reports and talks to medical officers at the various military bases across the United States. He confirms that the only effective response. To the epidemic has been total containment when camps were able to isolate victims the damage was limited when they didn't or did so have hazard -ly sickness and death followed so per also discovers that nothing else has worked against the virus. The only thing human beings have been able to do is wait for it to mutate and hope the mutation lessens the viruses potency, this is why the city's most devastated by the virus have tended to be those that saw the buyers. I like the cities in the east and south the west side of the country and middle America where the virus spread late in its second wave were hit less brutally. But if the only thing that appears to stave off, the devastation is 'isolation two countries left with not much to fight it, then he'd another remedy fast. Two weeks later on November eleventh nineteen eighteen World War. One ends it appears the threat of Spanish flu has ended as well. And as a result emergency councils and health boards across the country, allow schools, theaters and churches to reopen. People are no longer afraid to go outside. There's no need for the newspapers to lie. The grind of war threat of disease have left their Mark. But the worst appears to be over survivors of the great war and the Spanish influenza re the Cy of relief, then the third wave begins. Cities hurt badly by the second wave survive largely unscathed by this latest mutation what it's different story for cities that were less exposed to the second wave like San Francisco, the citizens there have felt safe. They haven't suffered like, Philadelphia or New York, but this makes them all the more vulnerable. San Francisco is slam towards the end of nineteen eighteen in ways. No one could have possibly predicted city officials promote the use of face masks and medicine believing that an organized response will keep casualties low. What their preventative measures are useless. Final death rates in San Francisco are the worst of any west coast city that third wave also hits communities in Iowa Kentucky and Michigan Saint Louis scrambles contain seventeen hundred new cases in three days Phoenix sets new records for the number of people. Stricken officials wonder when and if an end will come. In February nineteen nineteen president. Woodrow Wilson is in Paris hashing out postwar peace terms, his joined by George Clemenceau, the French premier and Lloyd, George prime minister of Great Britain Wilson recognizes that with the defeat of Germany and the devastation of France and Britain. He's now the most powerful politician in the world he wishes to wheel this power sensibly. He believes the best plan to securing lasting peace..

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"That way. Tweets from rebel Republican don't accept the I had an abortion. So they're okay argument documented, psychological side effect of having an abortion is thirty percent of women who have won develop a strong desire for other women to get them. Oh, wow. Misery loves company. Amy. What's her face tweets? The reason that women got choked up after Mench. That woman got joked up after mentioning her abortion has nothing to do with fear for women's rights is busy Phillips is such a surprise that her show's been canceled. Could that be because I don't know she sucks is possible. I think that probably terrible show that nobody watched anyway, berries tweets women in their doctors are in the best position to decide on abortion is like saying Republicans and Democrats in Washington or in the best position to decide. How to spend your money never turns out well from autumn's electric razor too. So of creepy Joe Biden can't get the White House. Maybe he can get a job at Planned Parenthood as the mammogram tech. Yes. The hair sniffs are free of charge though. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. We also have a first aid kit out here because Keith has injured himself. Once again, I did I did. So he's bleeding half to death. He might he may bleed out sometime during the course of the show out of my my hand here got a paper cut. It's a serious paper cut. Thank you. Thank you for happen. Watched. Needed. Well, I got the bandages, right? You know? But you know, it might get to where I need a cold compress. You know that here you got a little baby bandages. Once it starts to heal a little bit. We'll have a few bellator in case you go to. That's. Just right outside of the hallway here. No full in there. And I could keep it clean all day yet. Good. So let's I gotta be prepared because I injured myself on a regular basis even in the middle of the program. Apparently paper cuts hurt I will give you that. And this one is right on a soul, man. It's the stupidest thing only me only me. Are you seeing this on Fox News right now, they got Tulsi Gabbard and thought that was couldn't tell. Yeah. Tolsey Gabbard democrat is on Fox News, FOX and friends. You just don't see that. Wow. You don't see democrat candidates on? They won't go on FOX. So bless her heart for doing that. At least she's brave enough to go onto Fox News and try to find you know, or win campaigns are desperate. Yeah. Could be too. Because she even at one percent. I don't know. I don't know tolsey tolsey Gabbard polling. Maybe it's just because they'll FOX will accept her because she's the most attractive. Yes. She passed the. She the tractive nece test has been passed by Tulsi. So they'll have on. That may actually be what that's all about money. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. This is a really weird story. Couple in Mongolia, have died from Bhubaneshwar plague say what I didn't think a thing that. Yeah. This is what is thirteen eighty six. Wow. That's sad. Here's a good safety tip. Don't eat raw marmot meat. Oh, I should write that. Now, write it down. So that you you know, when you see a dead marmot on the side of the road. They'll pick it up take it home and eat it. I saw dead Armadillo on the side of the road. Just armadillos to yesterday. I don't know if it's boo Bonnie play, but armadillos are armed with some kind of nastiness to right. We should look that up afterwards because. Yes, armadillos are they carry stuff? They do. What is it is? It is it. Minded, I know I know you're talking about is it it's the, you know, the disease that each your away. It's leprosy there. It is. It's leprosy. Yeah. So so wait ask though, I forgot don't don't eat raw marmot meet don't what the Hilsum anyway..

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of nine minutes past ten in the morning. The king began what's considered the most important part of this three day ceremony appear affiliation by sacred water. Taken from five sources around Thailand this buying anointment by eight significant public figures among them three former army commanders underscoring the importance at the partnership between the monarchy and the military which has seized power twice in the path thirteen years. King then placed a seven point three kilo pointed crown on his head ficials in the Indian state of disa- have hailed a relief operation that saw more than a million residents evacuated before cyclone funny made landfall on Friday, at least eight people died Rahul turned on reports from the state capital Bhubaneshwar, a huge cleanup operation as underway here in the Indian state of many of its roads still blocked by fallen trees and the number of villages flooded, an aerial survey of pootie, which is close to where cyclone phony made landfall shows it as being badly damaged the chief minister of the statement of input Nyack says the biggest challenge is to restore electricity to the town, which is home to one of India's most important in temples the defense ministry Afganistan says more than forty members of the Islamic state group have been killed in Nangahar province. Hit says coalition forces. Is working with Afghan ground troops. Carried out airstrikes onto IS training centers, a number of specs and Pakistanis said to be among the dead. They include a leader of was back militants known as Ishmael who is thought to have previously worked for al-qaeda. Well, news from the BBC. Donald Trump says he has had a positive discussion with his Russian counterpart floaty Putin about the crisis in Venezuela. Mr. Trump told reporters that during an hour-long phone call they considered humanitarian aid for the country BBC correspondent in Caracas says it appears to be a significant softening of the US position. The Venezuelan opposition leader Cuando has urged his supporters to protest outside military bases on Saturday. A passenger plane has come off a runway in the US state of Florida and ended up in a river after landing in bad weather, at least twenty people were taken to hospital with minor injuries North America. Correspondent Kris Buckler reports the Boeing seven three seven had been chartered by the military and was flying into naval in Jacksonville Florida from Guantanamo Bay. Passengers said the plane with a heavy landing during a funder storm and then skidded off the runway into the Jones river picture show that when it came to a halt the main body of the aircraft was still above water emergency team safely. Everyone off the plan and new woman seriously injured the mayor of Jacksonville says President Trump has called him to offer help and Boeing said in a statement that the company was still gathering information about what happened the US city of Minneapolis is greater record twenty million dollar settlement with the family of an Australian woman who was killed by a policeman. In twenty seventeen. Justin Rose, chick Dimond was shot dead by Muhammed Noor after she'd called the police to report of possible sexual assault. He was found guilty of Hamadeh on Tuesday. And Japan's new emperor Nero. He show has appeared in public for the first time since he ascended the throne on Wednesday greeting cheering crowds balcony imperial palace. In tokyo. The empress said he hoped to pan would develop peacefully alongside other nations. And that's the latest BBC news. It's six minutes past six GMT. Welcome.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"And they do that the crocks. On the big issue that fifteen foot cross hippo rabbi the crocodile ticket. They could kill it. Like, it's nothing. Kevin. Do you think should be a warning label for children who play the game, hungry, hungry hippos? I think the sooner that you make these kids aware of of just the deadliness of the hippo itself. I think even even stuffed hippo should have some kind of warning that that this is a toy. But if you do come across a real one to be fair to say. Please. Water. That non-sis let's move on Kevin during World War, Two Japan bomb, China with fleas that had been infected with the Bhubaneshwar plague once again during World War Two Japan, bombed China would fleas that had been infected with the boob on plague now Kevin now my question to you is not to dispute whether they bombed China with the fleas or not. But did they put the fleas and a bomb? Did they outfit the fleas little bitty parachute drop them all to infest the Chinese population? How did they get the fleas over there? Maybe. Dropped crates of dogs infested with fli now because the fleas would have been happy staying on the knobs, and we'll see. And then where do you get a bunch of lease at the flea market. I think that's a fair question. How do you get many flees to enlist in Japanese army? They were powerhouse. Did they have to pass some kind of fitness regimen or physical? I'm gonna have to say Bs on that one. Okay. We're going to call on the fact that somebody will be so how could they prove that? I don't know do. I kept going down. Uber fact thing and I was waiting to see the China 's allies had dropped in a bunch of flea collars to commend the fleas that have been dropped on a month Japan..

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Galaxy? We're going to be speaking with Jesse burns in about twenty minutes or so to talk with her about her film from mutual rescues who stay tuned for that. But once again, I'm John pack. I'm Dr Jared Lazarus and you're listening to talkin pets. So Dr Jay, how are you doing well in your life? Awesome. How are you John? I'm doing wonderful. I'm missing your other half today. Yeah. Georgia can't be with us tonight. Georgia's always on my mind mine too. And I'm not I'm not recharges. But I mean, you know. I like Georgia. And so hopefully, she's listening wherever she's at night. I think she's at a party said, yeah. Yeah. Maybe breaking away in tune in hydrogen. He. So what's new in your life in in in the shelter and working at you mean society? No. And I'll have a great time living life. Tampa Bay working allot work in a lot of hard work. That's good, though, you're making some money keeps me off the streets. I need to work for you. So with the main society of Tampa Bay. Animals are they I don't even know how could they know kills society shelter as well as an animal hospital. The animal hospital has a wellness section and a surgery section. So can people bring their pets into the into? Absolutely. Well, that's cool. Yeah. And we see the pets from the shelter portion. How hard is it for you, though, as being the doctor there and watching these animals puppies kittens older dogs and cats coming in, and, you know, not always getting adopted it's going to be difficult. Sometimes it's hard, but we have a really high option rate. Good. So we're psyched about that. That's good. And when they come in when people drop off animals reduction as being a veterinarian near do you have to do all the tests and so on and so forth on them while there's a shelter veterinarian? It does most of that. But I do one of the veterinarians who works in the wellness center where people, you know, anybody can come in and get care for their animals, and we also ammos that we thought how come in through the wellness center to to be seen as well. For problems. Are you seeing a certain problem in pets these days like, for instance, dogs that are coming into your shelter? Upper respiratory or respiratory viruses has been an outbreak of influenza is been alpine heard about that actually, you know out in Montana recently, there was an outbreak. And there was a outbreak of campylobacter in about twelve states, which is a disease of puppies primarily in. Or usually not deadly. But we're seeing a lot of resistance to antibiotics. In this camp below b-actor species bacterial infection. You know, it's interesting that you say that because that's that's always a an argument in the human medicine as well. Because they're saying that many people are overmedicating in bodies are becoming resistant more resistant to antibiotics so happening in the animal world is will absolutely absolutely. And and, you know, just if you thought the pet if you thought the puppy just be aware of and if you pet your dog, or, you know, make sure you wash your hands really really well. Been outbreak of fifty five humans in twelve different states, Florida among them. Really? Yeah. So it's transferable. Yeah. Transferable to humans and severe stomach pain. Some vomiting. Abdominal upset, nausea. Yeah. It's kind of frightening. When you think about it? I mean in this day and age, it seems like things are starting to come back back. Then it was like the plague. All right. And there have been outbreaks of the plague in certain parts of the country caused by rats, and I think one was even a squirrel or something like that. But that's why I think it's what the fleas actually that are on those animals the rat flea. Yeah. Yeah. The report if you talking about your senior pets the plague Bhubaneshwar Blake so to speak, but do you think there's ever going to be anything like the Walking Dead? Hopefully, not today. Not this weekend. We're in October. So we're going to see a lot of them sooner or later, if you know what I mean, constume wise but Walking Dead that's Monday morning. I think that's probably all of us every morning until a Cup of coffee. That's right, right. Speaking like breaking up in the morning. Why does seem like well? I can't really say that I was gonna say animals seem to wake up at no problem at all. But like, my one cat summer wakes up from she's like jumping. But winter white cat. I sometimes when I get out of bed. She laying there on the side of the bed. Nice to check to make sure she breeding, that's the kitten. Right. He's sort of getting she's going onto now. But she looks like she deadly in there. And I check in like, oh my God. And she breathing. She just like in such a deep sleep. It's not a morning person. No, just don't give her coffee. But do they have those personalities like people? Absolutely. Yeah. So Marsh, Brian, let's go get some of them, Royal. Morning not the human again. Trying to wake me up. Today marks for years that my cat that has passed away. I got the notification yesterday on I was at my friend's house was like eleven thirty at night, and it came up in his head for years since kitties died, and I was like oh notification on my phone. I haven't said my calendar. Yes. I put it in my calendar. Just I remember that. I can always be like, oh like because I had him for eighteen years. He's my first pet. So it's really hard when he died. I'm sorry looking. Thank you. She's in her twenties, and she's forgetting day charity. I mean, I can't even remember yesterday. Four years ago. But yeah, I mean, great things down and put things in some kind of form. I don't remember the meter. So it's it's hard getting old. Isn't it? I plan on living forever. So far so good taking some was going to live forever. And that didn't have an I know the bunnies. Killed him. I know. A lot of bunnies. To can't believe he's dead. Now. I know ninety one years old. He had a good run. He did have a good run actually in a really good run. So he's talking to a guy. I was talking about worker the other day and he's up in his nineties to he's doing good. He seems to be doing any falls once in a while. But he's doing good. Betty, white and he had bunnies. That was his last pit was a rabbit died on him. Yeah. I sent him a rabbit book. So he he sent me a letter back saying, thank you very much. And you know, and it was cool. A nice guy. He's a good guy. He's a good guy. Always wish him. Well. And he's and he loves coming on the show. It's just that Saturdays tend to be you know, his buddy time. Buddies. So you can take that away from them every once in a while though because he's big time and animal causes he's always donating to different animal causes across the country. So he doesn't want a good good. But in Betty's doing good, I guess I haven't talked to her lately. Whole she now ninety five. Wow. So yeah, I know isn't that crazy spry ninety five she always said that if she slowed down at any time that would kill her. So she just wants to work work and work and work and keep going. So you know, you can't blame her for that. All these celebrities. You know, John. I know the older ones. Me. So yeah, I'm not my nineties will your celebrity to get the movie out that horrible movie. Action from that. You don't wanna see? It's on it's on the website. If you go to talk and petScom, you can I still think it's active. Download it you if you well, it's not on there. But there's like trailers and stuff that you can get. Are you in the trailers? Yeah. Get out. It's kind of scary. 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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Science Friction

"The Stoorikhel image that sprayed lock Avar. Although in this case it wasn't. Virus? It was the plague. Plug is actually caused by bacteria that is flea-born for the most part might also be transmitted by lice the whole story that we've heard quite a bit about the rat. Flea is true. Except that those fleas are also carried on about two hundred other different animals as well. So it really isn't just the rat. So let's now transport ourselves back to the fourteenth century. And imagine these sixty percent to sixty percent of the population across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa was dad, there are images of people carrying coffins a lot of people carrying a lot of coffins at the same time. That's probably one of the most iconic images of the plague there are images of people lying dead and or dying on the streets. Ludd of images of people praying with perhaps the Virgin Mary around them or variety of Saint. So the whole connection to sort of spiritual salvation either asking for it or giving thanks for it. After the fact for having survived. Lori jones. She's an international development worker. Tuned. Historian at the university of Ottawa and she's out sick and sleuth on science friction today. Her passion. It's gory is medieval medicine, and the black death was one of the goriest diseases of all and in the Bhubaneshwar version of the plague you end up with boo boos, which are large swellings about the size of an egg under the armpits on the side of the neck or in the groin, which eventually pus could come out of. Apparently this stench from the people's bodies were almost rotting from the inside out was quite horrific. A truly awful I have dying. Yes. You know, sadly, the bony plague still occurs in parts of the world today. But one from the medieval era has come to be reproduced. So many times that it's almost become the conic in each of the black day. It got picked up by publications by scholarly journals by documentaries museums tourist pamphlets, you name it. This picture is everywhere and because most of them then credit back to the British library. Everybody believes that. That's what it is..

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Science... sort of

"They kids saying I was told that that that that song came up during the Bhubaneshwar Klay gears, I've heard that and I am reading a brief history of everyone who ever lived by Adam Rutherford. And he said that the people who study that kind of stuff are all like now that's totally wrong. I don't know why all the kids think that that's true, but apparently that there's not really good evidence that the ring around the Rosie song has anything to do with the bottom plate. The same for the foreign affiliation under consent of the king thing, what that would be an acronym for if you put the first letters together. You didn't hear about this one now. I'm mentally piecing it together right now, but occasion. Occasion under you got a king. There's apparently there's a whole linguistic thing where we come up with fake explanations for words, where we ascribe them to being acronyms and make up a story based on the acronym to explain the origin of the word. Even though in at least modern English acronyms are pretty recent thing like they weren't nobody in the thirteen hundred's was using acronyms for stuck. It's just striking. That's very funny that I have only a Laker to me now. Why would they use acronyms so anyway. Right. So yeah. So recently by some privacy bias, two very interesting things. And then as we're talking about, people are reporting on volcanoes more, especially because you know, when there's a really big news story, like if I Oko outta to do. Close. I think it makes the news media more likely to cover those stories in the future because there was one that had this really big impact. And then we were also even though we're not doing a perfect job of monitoring, we are monitoring volcanoes better. So there is more data available on the state of more volcanoes worldwide, because of global population increases more people live near dangerous volcanoes and then just the general overabundance and quick spreading of information that has happened because of how connected the world is. So in the same way, you hear about like a murder in a town. You don't live in and you're upset by even though it doesn't really have an impact on your day to day life, but it gets reported on and you feel an emotional response to it, even though it's not necessarily something that you need to be informed of to go about your day. So that kind of has a psychological effect on us. It's all these things coming together, gives people a perception that volcanic activity is increasing where it is actually stayed pretty level, which was why. Second half of our theme this week was media magma. Coastal along the median dumbing since I tried to run through that quickly. Yeah. And the big point here is we have changed very quickly in the way that we received news rents. You think about twenty years ago without Twitter and without any of these, something that happened, even even in Austria would not get to you for probably days now minutes after something happens, you know about it or at least if you're tuned in the information spreads around the globe in seconds. And so that has a massive, massive effect because now, even if there's nobody there to witness it, we have satellites that can pick up in this particular case only talking about eruptions we can detect eruptions from satellites. And so all of a sudden now we know where all of their up since are happening. We didn't have this technology a decade or two decades ago or wearing using it in this manner if we did have it. And so it's really a big. Big shift in. I actually started noticing that about four or five years ago with earthquakes in California that great ex- gays. He comic from Randall Munroe where shows that seismic waves PS waves from earthquakes travel at a certain rate through the earth's cross Astor's. So if you are on. Yeah, we could tweet about the earthquake and it could reach somebody before the actual seismic event reaches them right depending on the speed of the transmission and the speed of the quake and their distance epicenter. Exactly. And so this was the topic that came up years ago where people of a sudden like, oh my God, there are all of a sudden a lot more happening around the world. Back to the point is no. Now you're just finding out about them very quickly and you know, very consistently the same thing happening with hurricanes, ROY, actually, getting more those that's differently getting more than the drivers also that's different..

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"It's interesting because there's that there is so much benefit from that you know the amount of lifesaving that's going to go on mary lou zone story the fact that she almost died of a brain tumor because she couldn't afforded him are high is gonna be cheap is photograph right now one of the downsides is demystifying the mystical you know when we talk about things like love we're gonna understand it a lot better and that could be kind of sad or even repellent on a certain level i think it was keats wrote this poem about unwielding the rainbow and he was very denunciatory i think toward isaac newton who pre predated him by a couple of hundred years but newton was the person who figured out that you could scatter the light with a prism and so there was this very moving thing that one of these these brilliant dead poet's cates said on weaving the rainbow and i think that that is that's something we got to be a little bit cautious about i think if love itself were completely reduced to zeros and ones we'd lose something but at the same time when you're talking about saving thousands of lives ten thousand hundreds of thousands maybe millions of lives and you're talking about really rolling back the realm of experiences that we could potentially have as we understand the brain better i think the balance i'm glad that newton came along and then we've the rain of course yeah yeah very very glad i would not want to go back to the sixteenth century or whatever the hell it was right where they bleed you in order to figure out how to cure the disease just cut open some veins and if you're still alive after that you're cured and even worse i think newton's most productive period was when he went home from university for a span of almost a year because there was bhubaneshwar plague going on at cambridge great ever spring break ever right boot bonnet plague you know we've thought you know ebola was bad it is yeah it's worse when everyone in your entire city has it and.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The up to trump i was on the vanguard of gay marriage before it was popular like this no shit of weren't saying because gay marriage is fine it's good who cares great it doesn't affect two percent of the population so what let's folk with the water storage and the traffic affects everybody so that's all i'm saying all right away dr drew thinks we are headed for a bhubaneshwar plague oh yes poobah nic place because all the fecal matter the poo spread around all right let me tell you about envy mt watches love these guys different kind of movement launches style shouldn't break the bank valentine's day around round times times a couple of months nine or screw that our next year they got their planning early no i wear this watch up onstage you see a picture of me doing stand up only time ever wear my watch is when i go out to an event or i go out on stage i wear my watch because i need to know how much time passing look you envy mtv's an in house stylus put together interactive gift guide make your life easy find the perfect gift for him or her watches bracelets sunglasses combination limited time addition gift box this is one of the fastest growing watch companies in the world over one million sold over one hundred sixty different countries this stuff is great in get fifteen percent off today with free shipping free returns by going with the m v mt watches dot com slash m v mt watches dot com slash.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What are you more likely to see china salesman or uncle drew china's salesman stars steven seagal and mike tyson look so goodman fifty eight percent of the audience making the wrong choice with uncle drew i don't think they know that seagal and china salesman redo that one area we'll revisit that at the end of the show i put steven seagal and mike tyson in parentheses but they know reggie miller nate robinson or uncle drew did you know that you can get a dui in a bicycle seventy four percent of the audience said yes did you know that the strategically placed fifty seven in the hines bottle helps you remove catch up from the bottle with maximum efficiency fifty three percent of the audience said no what's worse bhubaneshwar plague catch up juice seventy three percent of the audience at catch up juice did you know that arnold schwarzenegger was the first civilian to own a hummer seventy one percent of the audience said no got think kate also sells bracelets should a forty five game on base streak and if you get on base after striking out sixty one percent of the audience said no are you allowed to wear pink suit to a game if you pj tucker fifty eight percent of the audience had no those are the bulls she's a bachelor's degree in business administration this week observations neck donlevatar it is an honor to be here seeing poppy in person you're like a cuban iota you're wonderful.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Just say wow it's i know it it's almost cruel don't you think when you get off or worse drive down the one ten freeway get off on the wilshire off ramp for the sixth street off rape and look at that and tell me that doesn't look like third year if there is fourth we can go to fourth i don't know if they had more why is that okay why is that just say oh we don't want to do anything about it because they've got rights or this or that yes they have rights it got rights to human decency you've got to do something can't just let it get this out of control well if you want some sad news i was going to to panga canyon which is the exact opposite direction of what you're talking about it and the way this city's laid out is you know the city's on one end and then when you get into the deep valley right now it's more walnut orchards and more intact families off onto panga canyon made right went under the freeway bridge oh they're out there they're everywhere enforce and by god forbid that's am by the way the person and you know i knew his dad i know him and you know garcetti the buck stops with you i don't understand as running for president exactly it's not like i said kick them upstairs do less damage there than he can't hear well so two questions one is i made the statement that it's time to treat this like a disaster area like after katrina where the fed's get involved hud and temporary housing and the army corps of engineers and we go we have a disaster area here and then we're gonna have to declare it a disaster area soon when the plague the bhubaneshwar plague breaks out because all the firemen and all the people living in the streets and the rats.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"But it it it it's it's i it's cool because it's like it's it's it's it's in the in the midst of the bhubaneshwar plank and asserted pronounce plague lag i say cheer you from wisconsin at all i did because bagels bag also for for real a there's a point where they are launching pieces of dead dog infected with the plague via catapult into a castle just two in fact the people inside and it's it's i like it it's crazy that sounds very good yeah you haven't seen it that's what's that's important it sounds familiar but you know that's that ones that older ones so maybe if i did see it owes to younger to remember you know flesh and blood and right jeff right this movie that i really love it's very weird you may have seen it do you like really weird obscure oic foreign crap mm is it just went into japanese movie it's i'm out but i recommend it because it's nuts i think i like it it's it's it's called the happiness of the qatar curry's boy fina on the audience our into it restricted by takashi mckay who did like a lot of like that looks similar movies action movies like lots of different genres but he said this is fairly old when he made this and it's it's it's like a horror movie family movie comedy musical and it's like those it's one review said it's like dawn of the dead meets the sound of music but it's really fun half in.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Can you to this day to be vectors of the plague there are actually quite a few vectors that we see across the globe rats are up quite a common one plaguing exist in modern times in the us china india africa vietnam mongolia we've seen outbreaks in in many of these places and i think the reason that historically we thought that it was rats is because in modern plague outbreaks when we look at them from an epidemiological standpoint it does seem to be that rats are the primary vector but it but back in the day the i mean people were growth like we didn't use soap we definitely didn't have an abayat otics we all lived on top of each other fleas lice were rampant and so these things seemed to be like nam nam nam nam ing and then jumping onto the next person bhubaneshwar leg the the the one that we think of is actually named for its boo boasts yeah these swollen gross lymph nodes that people get in their growing their armpits and their neck and they get these boo both and they are painful and so that's where the name on a clay came from but there's other ways that plague can show up their septicemic plague which is in the blood stream and there's a new pneumonic plague which is in the lungs that one's the most infectious type bhubaneshwar play kills about half of the people it infects without treatment uh but that's just boob on it without treatment septicemic a pneumonic plague almost always kill but with treatment with modern antibiotics there's a really good success rate eighty five percent and that's including all the people that live in undeveloped countries where they may be waiting until way too late to to get that kind of treatment so it's quite survivable now back in the day not the same story and who you want to know what happens when you have plague other than boo boast oh yeah mm gallagher i had the.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Um so the incubation period for the bhubaneshwar plague is generally around one to seven days it has a pretty large variation and in addition to those characteristic boob owes you also have some general signs like fever chills head and body aches vomiting and nausea is very common with the bonding plague to a pretty generalize at the beginning generalized except for that very characteristic bubel ray however not everyone who gets infected with the plague is going to end up with buubas there are two other forms of the disease oh yeah the first that i'll talk about briefly is septicemic okay so sepsis is a disease that can actually happen with any infection it's essentially just an overload of bacteria in your bloodstream specifically and with bubonic plague bubonic plague can spread to the bloodstream from the lymphatic six and then become septicemic play however it's also possible to get primary septicemic plague which means that you have an overloaded bacteria a very high bacterial load in your bloodstream without any characteristic buubas could a person gets septicemic plague for instance somehow either via flee or via contact with an infected individual get bacteria deposited directly into their bloodstream through like an open wound yes that certainly possible okay and there may be differences in that different species of flee feed differently there's not a lot of information on the various species of flee and how they transmit but it is certainly possible that you can get infected directly through your bloodstream from the bite of a flea it is also possible to get infected from so the advanced stages of bubonic plague can end with open sores your buubas open up just were like losing leaning seeping bacteria little earlier on but humantohuman transmission of bubonic plague.

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"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

Pop Culture Palate

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"bhubaneshwar" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

"That is correct that will also we've got a fair it's not the rats they're caring it it's the fleece but still a black plague yes slow take a little boob arctic plagued please highest just about to say or how should they ever put them in the closest break rare bernard dead yet uh would you love joe salmon to in a little bit of bubonic plague us uh it's just the beginning i mean hell we've got the bhubaneshwar played coming back were stuff and dead bodies in the subways in we have a clansman in the white house slow dead what a week well i have a proposal had an idea for podcast which i do pa or you know frequently but this one had a more positive response then the last idea hats what might actually do this one uh it's a podcast that i would like to do called the great movie rides france with a s at the end of it and the idea is it's a great movie ride themed podcast where i talk about a movie and all of the attractions that are open based on that that movie including ones that never materialized so for example if uh if the first episode is ghostbusters i would talk about ghostbusters as a movie and then i would say gwei into all of the the different attractions said they had including the never built sally ride that they had uh rosa shooting gallery reid uh the fact that they ghostbusters was supposed to be a part of the great movie ride fit had uh the universal stage show that they had.

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