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"borneo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Head on over to rob as a website dot com slash vote Wanda to vote for the Wanda from Borneo Finale. How we did it. I think it's time to release, Casey? Kasem. Dick, it's time to let Casey I mean, why don't we just hold them just in case we need him put him behind glass we can put him behind glass, but can we give them like some beverages and snacks and couch and it's Straight to his soul, which is going to be easier than for some of us because he's just a spirit now that'd be ideal. But I think that's probably the last one for at least of longtime in it or two very long time. I mean I I feel pretty content in terms of what we just did hear this was a really fun pockets Mariam. So thrilled that you were on here really really really really fun to to do it to people and we've been going since February the wiggle through time has been Super Super Fun? But, I think like between like the the class of two, thousand, twenty stuff and just how many incredible voices there are in the universe I'm really excited to just whenever the discourse picks back up. Again I'm really pumped to settle in as a listener sporadic guest for sure I am happy to pop in. But this is it. This is the end of I think. Doing doing the wiggle weekly. So it's been a ride. This has been incredible I think this was a really great one to end on that was beautiful note to end on with the with the Kokomo. Yeah what what a? What a blast? I don't know who the facebook user who said this is because of the way the stream yard works but someone has just chimed in and said, the Real Wanda off was the friends we made along the way. Oh nephews true. Very true. I think it was back in January I asked you to come off the bench and do the wiggle room. One more time and we turn the news like let's keep it going because ruled sucks right now into two more times you know. But I think we're good I. Think we're good and it's not like I'm you know I'm in I'm on the network you just have to watch my shows if you want more of me, just watch my stuff or just listened to the stuff. But I'm around and I'll I'll be happy to pop back in. But I feel like after however many hundreds of hours done this. I feel like I've probably given you everything I got on survivor and I feel I feel especially for this being the first episode I ever watched the show if this is the end of wigmore weekly on survivor burritos these this time I, feel really good about that. This was such a blast happy special guest though in the future and who knows when survivor comes back I've looked forward to the survivor wild west and a few months we'll say well. That'll be okay. Mary where can we check out more about? You're doing. You can follow me at Frail Mary to find everything great twitter handle. I never really is very much. I try it. Yeah. Doing doing the whole. Big. Brother. Right now so You know. Hop on board while it's still early in fun I. Won't. You can instead if.
"borneo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Started. Mark Burnett had clan who? was such a stopping. You'll get on. View Bay ABC's cure your. Back in. and. Say. Show. Want Dell. Server for blood vs water. Brand not. The? Time. We said Hi and bye. Too soon. and. Hidden. Inside. Don't. Just to top Wa- lives and one day poor made guy. Way Back in. Two. Lots, there's one called. That's Used to. Be You. State. Just. The best, the wild wild west her. With now join us again next season. Time. Keep your feet on the ground and keep your hand on the idol. Amazing picked. Beach Cowboys. There you go our top five song. They'd wombats nation head on over to rob as a website dot com slash vote Wanda to vote for the Wanda from Borneo Finale..
What Does A Healthy Rainforest Sound Like?
"Today we're speaking with Sarah, Seti about ecosystem health monitoring using sound. But before we dig into it, let's first look at one traditional method for evaluating the health of an ecosystem. Say you're interested in measuring bird biodiversity. For instance, you might use the point count method where you stand outside for hours on end with a lot of patience and a talented pair of ears. Every single bud you have a closing will you see visually united down what species that was what time you saw it? You kind of repeat that thing over the twenty, four hours a day different house at different locations it's. A super thorough process for monitoring ecosystem health, but incredibly tedious. So Sarah and his colleagues thought you know with all this modern technology, we have sensors, wireless networks. Solar panels there has to be a more efficient way to do this. Can we get something this? So approximately as good as this kind of data, but is completely yours mason methods, recorders uploading audio to the internet straight from the field allowing them to potentially track ecosystem health. In real time, they've set up this acoustic monitoring network in Borneo part of the safe project which records audio continuously, and it is a staggering amount of data. About seventeen thousand dollars so far from the network seventeen thousand. One seven zero. Gosh but it's not just background noise housed in those seventeen thousand hours is a treasure trove of. Impossible for us, mere humans to listen through. But fortunately, the folks Google have figured out a way to sort through all that audio Sarah and his team turned to Google's set a massive data set of sounds that was developed using machine learning Odier says done is it has labeled data for. kind of almost every type of sound that you can imagine that being an so from that a cannon knows the amongst all dog box. There is something that is consistent about old dogs that makes it dog and so it knows the this is one fingerprint, and then amongst all of gloss smashing into, it knows that says finding things the kind of we as humans perceptually consistent in touch the sound. And then fixing them down to one type of fingerprint taking Google Technology, they applied it to their forest recordings, training their machine to create an audio fingerprint a way to kind of identify that forest brew, it sound, and the algorithm they've developed can potentially predict important indicators of a forest health like habitat quality and biodiversity based on it soundscape alone, and it didn't just work in one particular kind of Forest Sarah and his co authors analyzed the audio recordings of forests around. The world they published their findings this summer in proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences What did you and your team show with these audio recordings beyond the fact that yes, the technology worked, what did it reveal about the character and what's happening in these forests? What you see quite nicely full out from all of this is we looked at really Clinton is diurnal patterns so that so of how they annoy a different in how odier consistently follows the same kind of trajectory. Fingerprints when you can start see West season change in weather day. So how evolve through the day as the sun comes off goes down and how that changes the species communities of licensing. That's lovely because we think about days and years and months mostly in relation to light like the sun coming up the sun coming down. Yeah. But you're saying there's like a rise and fall of sound exactly throughout the twenty four hour day that you. You measure? Yeah. Exactly. Unto the point where you can and we did this analysis within the papers that you can just take random piece of audio and you can gas with pretty good accuracy. Our the rodeos recorded that again, is questionable. What's what's the point in time I recall it Kinda. Just shows you the amount of information that's like temporary coded in this audio as well, and you can guess what month is recorded from so. We're GONNA actually listen to some of the sounds that your team has recorded from the safe acoustics website, acoustic dot, safe project, dot net. So these recordings they're all the all uploaded like wirelessly. Yeah. Wow Cova did not live right now, but they would normally be recorded in real time and uploaded. So you'd be able to listen to the forest sounds like an all these different locations right now. So, this very mood setting. The rain at night in an old growth forest. In Borneo. Yeah. He spent some nights under a tent in these conditions. Yeah. I mean this kind of rain is like Gold Senate because most of the time spent doing fieldwork sweating. So when the rain comes in, it's Nicer Wendy and COO. Yeah Music
"borneo" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Sue hadn't flipped right. Well. If she hadn't flipped and Richard had voted with the rest of the guys. I'm looking at. Now because it was a three. Three one no wait. There's eight. Yeah was. One Richard. Richard had voted with the rest of the guys is what I'm saying? And hadn't flipped. It would have been four four guys against the girls. Anyway. Now that we're we're. We're learning how to do math. Just say I'd I know that you're? You're going into your war chest and you're looking at all of these crazy components of what survivor used to be I am fascinated just by. The simplicity of it all, and this is why love Borneo so much because it was very simple, and it was so new and raw which I think is incredible, because really these people did create the game that we now all know and love it started here, and they really set the stage and did a phenomenal job because if you just look at how these people played A. A game that nobody knew anything about from day one on the beach and were strategizing and coming up with alliances, and all of these crazy nuances that nobody even thought would would occur, I think CBS walked into this, not knowing what to expect and got everything they ever wanted and more, and now we've got twenty years of it because this season was so a nominal so nominal. Got To wear sunglasses okay. Jealous. Got To bring their ukulele. All kinds of good stuff, yeah! So Y- just the other thing I wanted to mention was over pagon. We had the first appearance of the beach people versus the shelter people. Essentially bb was chief shelter person of course working his ass off getting mad at everybody who wasn't which was pretty much everybody. Refusing to listen to Gretchen, explain why it was such a bad idea to burn himself out like that. Those two being a burning also started the first fire ever on survivor. Thanks to his bifocals, which I didn't know where modified. Apparently I just learned that today, amazingly you. But yes very sneaky and ingenious that he considered that thought of it now I. Don't I think? CBS would probably be on if he did something like that. I think people. Have you know snuck certain? Modifications on. Anyway Yeah. But. But, Yeah I. Did you have anything else? Besides the simplicity that you mentioned. I love that. I love that because it was so new, and because it it didn't seem as not that it's scripted, and I know that a lot of people at CBS scripted survivor, and that's not happening. It's not scripted, but it just seemed because it doesn't necessarily follow the production that we now see with survivor and I. Just Really I. Miss that component of it being just so kind of simplistic that people are literally just getting like say interviewed on the beach when they're just standing there and people are behind them in the and they're being asked questions from production and it just really. There was something so just fun about seeing it all kind of develop, and and what it has turned into. I'll. I'll stop. I'll stop reminiscent, but I love it so much because it's. It's really great to see. It was really great to see. Do you wish you had a gong to hit as you're walking into everything? No. I am happy. They got rid of the Gong. The Gong was weird and also the chest of money. Can we talk about that I over? I totally forgot that there was a chest of money which I can only imagine was just a prop obviously, but sitting there and tribal council like that was supposed to have some effect on the voting at Oh, and I will say this to since I'm talking about tribal council the fact that Jeff asked maybe three questions at least what we saw and everyone kind of talked over each other, and it didn't really seem to progress into anything and.
"borneo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"To Gretchen headed, right. Yeah well. That's why when Gretchen gets voted out. It's a big deal to yeah. So all right. There you go all right. We will continue our discussion of survivor season one episode one with Josh Regular on the wiggle room on. Monday will listen to your wand offs coming up about season one episode one. How about that? Good Idea Stevens even. Started as texted me something. That's really good. All Right Steven. Of course also in terms of the season forty coverage. We have a ton now of our season forty deep dive interviews. I've now spoken with Kim. I've talked with Wendell by way of the Purple Pants podcasts with Bryce this week I spoke with Adam Klein of for three, and a half hours spoke with Ethan's with Michele. Fitzgerald and we just spoke with your friend and Mine Sophie Clarke this weekend. What an incredible series of of of! We'll work at working on lining up more Stephen Do. You feel like that had had. You Sat Sophie at the same table as Jeremy and Tyson at your wedding. Do you feel like that? That would have changed winners at war. Yeah probably I feel like I. Actually feel like most things that happened in the world are largely based on my wedding seating. So so I'm assuming that any result. Just moved. One person might have just been able to sort of break bread for that. The. Your wedding I think it all comes down to the zoo. Yeah yeah all right well. Really Great Chat with Selfie. Be sure to check that out as well plus not to mention, we will also have our news af coming up this week and miss soon or a return of talking with t birds so plenty of stuff going on over at rob as a website dot com steven. This was so much fun to talk to you tonight. This was great. This was really really fun. central look back at the show. Such a fire enjoyed talking about episode. One I enjoyed reminiscing about our respective I seasons of survivor. I'm deeply ashamed. That I ever was a Mike's Scoop and fan I. Hear retract all enthusiasm for my scooping. Actively in perpetuity. Truly like true Israeli anyway. Yeah, all right Steven! So, let's talk to you when we speak again. You and I can just talk whenever. You? Okay, that's good I like that. All right leave everybody else out of it. Exactly Right You know we record the call and then just okay, you know. Okay all right. What should we do? Have Drinks over zoom? Zoom drinks. I love it. A Double Dinner Date with our respective wives. And, now that's no longer possible. All right well one one day Stephen All right so. Thank you so much for check this out We'll be back tomorrow with Josh Wigley for the Wiggle Room. Take care have a good one to glare starving. Declare anyone who's watching this. Good. Bye. Game..
"borneo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Have you see the money, run or as well. It's right there. All you have to do is grab it and then go yeah. How about this for an idea, okay? It's a it's an endurance challenge. An Jeff comes out with. Ten thousand dollars in cash. It's not peanut butter. Cold hard cash, wow! That's interesting because he incentive suddenly change yeah. I mean I. Don't know because then you actually. They didn't actually might be the correct moves to quit. You know what's great about. The food is that it's like strategically. It's always the wrong move, but like sometimes just for like as a human as an animal, it is the right move. This what if we just genius Suffi- the Fire Tokens okay so fire tokens, equals? Twenty grand. You get to the end. You Win the game. It's an extra like what would like may even if you don't win, even if you don't win the final three. Fire Tokens Yeah. Oh, that's interesting, because then it's like do I. Use this to buy an idol which can give me further or do I just like hoard money. Yeah I. Like that, Senate. Okay all right. Or anything else about the first episode of survivor in terms of. Strategy, who got the fish? I'm going to give the fishy. I think you've gotta give. Well. Let's see it's like who drove the vote. Right I mean. Su- kind of made the big move? She jumped alliances, but I think that might come back to bite her with. Stacy's not going to be very happy about that might really screwed over later on in the game. You know gotta we. Kinda wanted to give it to Richard because he won, but he's the only person who didn't vote with one of the alliances. We don't even know if he's in on the vote necessarily. This if we were doing this on the night of May, thirty first two thousand and I don't think we can give Richard. The fishy. Yeah, kind of want to give it to. You have to give it to sue. Just 'cause like wells. But like you know rudy almost out outs. You don't really want to give it to rudy. You're not gonNA like dirk or or Sean Knob so. Yeah I think probably sue. What do you think? Yeah, I think you have to give it to sue? Maybe let's stop down and talk a little bit about Stacy of course, Stillman such a controversial figure in survivor lower. She brings up the lawsuit against the show after the season is over. She says that she was pressured. Or. She said that she thought that the show production or mark. Burnett was were pressuring people to keep Rudy because after the first two senior citizens got voted off. They were worried they would lose senior citizens. To be honest, I don't know exactly. What the outcome of that case was! By think they settled, I think she's under like she can't talk. Right like there was some settlement. It was part of the state. and. I think ever go forever. But anyway I mean I mean they're releasing ufo footage now. I know. But the stalemate there will be Alliens, walking the earth but stacey. Delvin will never be able to reveal what what really happened. But anyway. So Stacey Stillman She's got this alliance gone, but she does not like her. Oh Yeah. I think it's a correct read from I. Mean you can see this. Kelly and stacey sort of bonding is being like the younger women on the tribe. I think that like sue correctly reads that she is not going to connect with them. yeah. I would love to is see more about. Stacy Stillman. She seems like she was probably like one of the smarter people that are out there. She's like a young lawyer, right? From San, Francisco. Yes, she is. Here. In this season, yeah, I guess she's Twenty, seven or twenty eight thousand San Francisco. And she is a lawyer, but it just seems that nobody liked her really on talking. Except for Kelly. Except for Kelly Yeah. Probably Sonia to right. Yeah. Because, that's trio could've gone far. Cut Off our. Yeah, that would've been I would've been a very interesting true. Yeah, okay? But ultimately she tried to vote out. Rudy here bad move to vote out the rooster. She did seem like she could have been like a really fun. A fun presents. They should bring her back through. Risk Yeah. Bring her back for. Legend's yeah did Kelly wigglesworth speak highly of Stacey. Stillman at all I. Don't think we ever asked her about stacy. I mean I was kind of crazy. Right like yourself all the questions I should have asked Kelly. Breath asks you. Hawk also yeah. What are you GONNA do. Yeah. I found that. The survivor alumni did not really like to get a lot of peppered with a lot of questions. That's why I have to start this podcast. On the.
"borneo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Stephen, bell terrible move from Ramona and bb getting going off looking for the well. To, the Lions surprised surprised that they did not will. They're lucky. They didn't go tribal council because you got to break up the pair. and. That could be looking for idols their idols zoning. Yet. Another not invented yet. claimed. They. It's interesting. 'cause like actually like Tyson had said I. Think before here is. That one of his potential strategies was going to be if he thought he was in trouble. He would hide all the food in machetes as they like. If you vote me out your lots, and you see bb innovate that strategy here first season of the first episode of the game. where he says hey, if we don't have to tell anyone else, or this water well is. We've got the map. We know where the water is. Were in control. The blackmail strategy is the. We're the only people that know where the water well is. Do they have to go and get the water? Like Hey, who wants water today all right? We'll be back. We'll get it. What is that a good strategy rob, or is this like a loser I? Think it's a loser. Obviously don't execute it, but. Yeah, yeah! They would not work because you'd have to be the person who likes to go get the water every single day. It's like we're the only people that know where the well is. They'd like a map that ziplock bag. Ziplock bag to. Like again like when I saw this again for like five years ago, like how dare they give these people zip lock bags like we. We I mean we hear all the time you like? Complaining about how like how easy it is these days, and now I look at it like this is a joke. HOW EASY IT IS! People had, but it's Kinda cool because like. If, you were actually like a marooning or a survival situation this kind of work right? You'd have like a few odds and ends, and like you'd be like fending off the wilderness with them. I really love this. You'd have some sort of like junk from like the plane crash or whatever exactly you'd have a weird plastic bag and you'd like. Keep the hand-drawn map to the water well. Yeah Yeah Okay so there's a lot of focus on BB. We really don't see a ton out of paragon. Seen with Ramona and bb going to look at the well and then over on. We see a lot of like the Gretchen and BBC. Dynamic and BB. He is very focused on. He's going to build the shelter. And you know it's funny that we end up seeing a season of survivor, millennials vs Gen-x, but very early on in survivor, a lot of the. The themes that could talk about here in Borneo. It's that the older generation and I don't know if you would call the necessarily They'd be greatest generation actually. Yeah, so basically it's like the group whatever the group is like the people in their the older people versus those Lazy Gen xers. Yeah, maybe the abuse to I. It is funny. It is funny how? It's always like the older versus young people boomer versus genetics classic tried division, and Pagon was really the ultimate representation of Gen xers. BB is not going to be beyond the show for much longer. Get voted off in the next episode. They're sort of done with being Gretchen is sort of like the one older person stuck with these gen x`ers and. The contract they are sort of like the like ninety s young adults of like. Want to sit around all day. you know would hang out in central park. They had one. They want to just talk about things all day long and hang out. Yeah, well, it was interesting. You know BBC. Nobody's even helping with the shelter. which like you know? If we were watching that now you'd be like you guys have got to sleep somewhere. Where did they think they were? They were sleeping on the big boat right? Is that right I? Don't think they cared. They were just like all like off doing their own thing. And interesting to be was building the shelter right on the beach which now you typically wouldn't do. You typically build it like under some tree cover both to like leveraged the the existing trees, structural supports, and also see has some shade right BP is just kind of like on a different show. Be is like not playing. The game really has no interest in the game. He's like I'm here to build a house. Built a shelter. Don't tell me what I can't do. Martin homes has a great history of the first season of survivor that oral history of the first season that he he put up inside survivor, and there's some great interviews with Gresham as part of that who seems like just a real gem. Yeah. And do do you know Gretchen like through the survivor community? I only recently last summer I talked to her I have a talking with t-bird interview with Gretchen. was she a jam pushy seems like a jam seemed like a really Nice Lady. And she was saying that. Like was just not having signed up for a very different experience. Sure yeah, and he was an adventurer game. Yeah, apparently like the reason that it was so maybe this is common knowledge. Already the reason it was so easy to make fire with his glasses. was that the he'd had them like machined so that they were like a magnifying glass. No I didn't I didn't know that are maybe that I knew it and I forgot I used to have a book that was like the the like basically like the Mark Burnett story of the first survivor and I read like the novelization. You should see if you can get Mark Burnett on a paraphrase to talk about. Talking about the novelization. Had that book and I also had like these survivor like wilderness guide, yeah! How the survivor wilderness guy did that prepare you I. Had I bought it like on Ebay stuff on Ebay I guess. In the year nine, hundred, ninety, nine, and two thousand and I bought it like look up stuff about like how to live on survivor..
Rare 'ring of fire' solar eclipse seen across Asia
"The Persian Gulf India and eastern Asia have experienced an annual up boxing day eclipse like a total solar eclipse December. Twenty Twenty six event involved the Moon transitting directly between the sun and the earth and casting a lunar shadow across the earth service however because just like the earth orbit around around the Sun. The Moon's orbit around the Earth is elliptical rather than circular. That means they're at times when the Earth and moon are closer together such as during shipment of inch inch and other times when the little bit further apart such as now and being further apart makes the moon look a bit small from Earth so instead of of covering the entire face of the sun as a total eclipse. Only part of the solar disk is covered leaving a golden ring so-called ring of fire exposed at the point of annual hilarity the December twenty six annual clips so ninety seven percent of the sons. This blocked out providing a spectacular side. The event began in Saudi Arabia Arabia with a one hundred and forty two kilometer wide path. Vanya Larry in sprinting across Bahrain Qatar the United Arab Emirates a man India Sri Lanka Sumatra Tre Singapore Borneo and the Philippines before finally ending four and a half hours later on the Pacific island of Guam. The longest period of annual Larry was in Indonesia in Asia and people as far north as Japan and as far south as down in the PILBARA. We're able to experience a partial annual or eclipse for more details. We're joined by Jonathan. Nellie the editor of Australian Sky Tell US magazine they call these days or ring of fire eclipse. And that's because the moon weren't entirely cover up the sun at the time of maximum The Moon Lot further away from us in its orbit so little slightly smaller and therefore it doesn't entirely how the Sun and you get a still get a thin sort of ring or an annual loss of sunlight around the outside so a partially clips simply means that you're not From where you are on the direct line of the eclipse because when the Moon goes in between the sun and the US the moonshadow falls onto the earth. But it comes down the earth moonshadow narrows as it gets towards the earth and the shadow where the totality is a couple of hundred kilometers wide. So you've got to be within that band nor to see the number if you're on the outside that band you're going to see a partially because if you just outside the band you'll see an almost totally quits but still will be cost as a a partial eclipse in the further away. You are from that path at Middle Path you see less and less and less of a partial eclipse and then you get to a point. We don't see any at all now. The difference between a total eclipse eclipse and an annual eclipse is. I said the turtle eclipse the moon will completely cover up on an annual eclipse. The Moon will still leave a thin ring of sunlight around at at the point of maximum. And that's because the moon goes around the earth and not in a circular orbit button so sometimes the mood is further away and sometimes the moon is closer in when it's closer in sort of the right of the moon is a little bit smaller and it's just enough to make a difference. The curiosities that the the distance between the earth and the Sun and the moon. We're out to be pretty much Four hundred four hundred the correct ratio. So sign is four hundred times further away from us than the moon is but it's also four hundred times bigger so you can on average than the moon cause the apparent size changes depending on. It's all but so. Oh Yeah We. We are able to see a total eclipse here from the ground here on earth. We're lucky in that respect. There aren't many places in the solar system where you can get a a total eclipse and we get a very long time for the last many minute but as I said when the moon is in the point of it's over it's a bit further away and look at small. If that happens to be the time when it goes in front of the sun then it worked completely cover up the Oh that's complicated by the fact that uh so but around the sun is also elongated further adding to the mathematics involve the unfortunate thing is that that Fortune about all these things are independent of each other. The Moon's orbit independent of the US orbit around the Sun. The size of things are independently. Assad everything else it just so happens it sometimes things line up the right way and we can of course now predict when those things are going to happen and there are patents to them. But there's no sort title grand calls me scheme of things that make things have to have to happen. Exactly this way or that way with clockwork regularity. Let's see the editor of stray sky. I telescope magazine and this is space time. I'm Stewart
Polio Scare as Malaysia Reports First Case in 27 Years
"Malaysia's begun a vaccination campaign in a rural town on Borneo island after a three month old boy was confirmed to have polio it's the country's first case of a highly infectious virus in twenty seven years the event has to positive for vaccine derive polio virus type one after he was hospitalized with fever and muscle weakness he's on respiratory support but his condition stable malaise as the second Asian country to have a reported polio case after an outbreak in the Philippines in September the World Health Organization says polio which has been largely eradicated remains endemic in only Pakistan and
The last Sumatran rhino in Malaysia has died
"The Sumatran rhinoceros has become extinct in Malaysia after the last of the species in the country succumbed to cancer on Saturday the wildlife department on Borneo island said the rhino died of natural causes due to shock in her system it came six months after the death of the country's only male rhino another female rhino also died in captivity and twenty seventeen in the state efforts to breed them have been few tile but wildlife authorities have harvested their cells for possible reproduction
The Sumatran rhino is now extinct in Malaysia
"The Sumatran rhinoceros has become extinct in Malaysia after the last of the species in the country succumbed to cancer on Saturday the wildlife department on Borneo island said the rhino died of natural causes due to shock in her system it came six months after the death of the country's only male rhino another female rhino also died in captivity and twenty seventeen in the state efforts to breed them have been few tile but wildlife authorities have harvested their cells for possible
32-year-old man fatally shot, school bus hit by gunfire in Brooklyn
"Day what a frightening morning it was in east New York where police say a man was fatally shot in a school bus was hit by gunfire seven about eight forty five in Pennsylvania and do my avenues in Brooklyn cops say a thirty two year old guy shot at that intersection and later pronounced dead at Brookdale about the flying bullets also struck a school bus where a kid was on board as well as a city bus with about thirty people on board Daniel Gonzalez is the super of a build a nearby heard all there and then I sit back and then that's why I I agree was a firecracker because sometimes kids in these days I like to play with firecrackers and eighties and I say well my music kids when I post my so from this building to the phone and told us when I see people running in a sale might have something nobody else was hurt but can you imagine sitting on a bus as a kid on a school bus or a bus city writer city bus and you're hearing bullets being the boss while they're still investigating the initial shooting which started all this the victim ID tonight as thirty two year old Francisco Borneo still tonight there have been no
Jakarta's leafy oasis
"Indonesia announced recently. It's moving its capital city to the island of borneo account capital. Jakarta has become almost unworkable. If you've been there you will know oh how true that is it is overcrowded at has infrastructure problems or kinds of hideous pollution problems has another difficulty in that it is slowly sinking into into the sea jakarta on any measure is not an easy town but as david lipson explains there is one place where you can find some peace at engage in some of the world's best people watching in the streets of minting central jakarta stone's throw away from barack obama's old school is a leafy oasis where a constant stream of jakartans seek refuge from the hot concrete and kale's of the city. It's a park called thomas or party. A collection of manicured gardens and lush grass can't walk on of course along with a handful of sculptures shaded by towering mahogany and tropical almond trees but all hours of the day and night. It's busy is a veritable array of kaki lima food sellers and on sunday. The park is teeming with people all all in the space not much bigger than a cricket pitch in this hard and hectic city largely devoid of public open spaces. It's a beacon of relief for all walks of life. That's the sound of about fifty the people in lycra each clicking together. A pair of bright green sticks doing a sort of drumstick zomba aerobic session. There's also yoga here. You and keats karate a little further down a path past. One of the two big fountains a group children are taking violin lessons. Perhaps they hope to be part of the time and syrup potty chamber orchestra which practices occasionally performs here every sunday afternoon. This is thousand from padang. He learned in college. After he graduated came to the big smoke to chase his dream of becoming a musician. He blows his horn on here for up to eleven hours die with some help from my patient pasta teacher boehner. I asked him why he comes to this park. Particular dad cool temperature gives a pleasant mood. He says it makes for energetic practice and you can play for a long time <hes> but remind loud. You can play loudly right. I ask law we'd be farewell as something is catching my eye just past the pigeon coop. It's a group of sugar glider enthusiasts about a dozen of the furry critters climbing all over over them. Nadia gives us the lowdown on jakarta's sugar glider community which meets every week here to share tips on feeding grooming and breeding sugar gliders because here in this park. She says there are many people so we can mingle and share knowledge and take care of the animals we love. It's not worried that they might have around. She says it's been well trained. We mold character. They are 'obedient. Meanwhile just passed another group violins several obedient young men having the characters molded as well okay. I'm speaking to ari. Who's holding a gigantic sword by the things are you. What are you guys up to here today. Okay <hes> every sunday morning and <hes> we've begun throwing off <hes> he started calling european marsha ops typically we are resurrecting an inch an auto that has already gone dormant for sorrow and we'll type <hes> study what they're saying what the movement so and so does indonesia have its own history of swordsmanship indonesia of course i have <hes> ship <hes> mostly <hes> influenced by india indians dennis sauce that look like the the the the forum that is <hes> which is like a strong funny slowing single had an assault but <hes> then the how which warfare how how legit is quite different than what you've that's why there's some divergence on how we define sorts things only get more bizarre from here. The harry potter appreciation society has gathering on a big colorful plastic sheet divided into griffin door raven clause lutheran and hustled puff the houses of that bespectacled electical boy hero being to celebrate their harry potter's day cha-cha takes on the role of official spokesperson de ed day with <hes> play the game so you're going to play a game you today. That's unite visits. You're not so how does that game. Where you know came on rule yes there. Is that your net. <hes> the game like goo right yeah <hes> in this place men me i <hes> we can collect on your headphone <hes> <hes> so it's a it's a game. It's an this year. Tom poti celebrates. Its hundred time these big beautiful trees have borne witness to riots and political upheaval provided champagne for lovers and soldiers alike and and it's named after own tongue syrup party a former javanese slave who became an indonesian commander during the war against the dutch east india company in the fifteenth century. He's still considered hero today but for me the real heroes is diverse and welcoming jakartans who honor his name every sunday the romance and the beauty of the former of the soon to be former indonesian capital jakarta david lipson reporting.
Indonesia to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo
"Indonesia is moving its capital from Jakarta to Borneo the card is over crowded polluted then sinking wall Borneo islands known for its rainforests president Joko Widodo says the decision was made after intense studies over the past three years he says the burdens become too heavy and your card on Java island as the center of government finance business trade and services as well as the location of the country's largest airport and seaport we notice is the decision was made not to move the capital elsewhere in Java because the country's wealth and people are highly concentrated there and should be spread
Indonesia to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo
"Indonesia is moving its capital from Jakarta to Borneo the card is over crowded polluted then sinking wall Borneo islands known for its rainforests president Joko Widodo says the decision was made after intense studies over the past three years he says the burdens become too heavy and your card on Java island as the center of government finance business trade and services as well as the location of the country's largest airport and seaport we notice is the decision was made not to move the capital elsewhere in Java because the country's wealth and people are highly concentrated there and should be spread out
Indonesia, President And Jakarta discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Indonesia is about to get a new capital that country's new president says they're moving out of Jakarta which has become too crowded too polluted and as you pointed out to me a moment ago it's it's also sinking that's what they say the whole city is sinking okay I get out too I would too the moving to a new undisclosed location on the island of Borneo in other words they're gonna build a capital city from scratch kinda like we did in Washington DC exactly well and they've done that more recently I think Nigeria demands are me in Martin so now Indonesia they've been talking about this for a while it finally decided to go ahead and do it after the release of some studies showing that it is feasible there's no word on how long it might take to build the new city or what its name
"borneo" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Borneo studying the species the book is called and this is a mouthful undaunted the wildlife Abreu tape marigold because enter fearless quest to save the around at ten it covers the career of a woman who has become the preeminent around a ten researcher the author is Anita Silvey she says until the nineteen seventies researchers do very little of the animal with their long strong arms and shoulders the mammals live atop trees in the rain forests swinging from one limb to another from the ground they're almost not observable but that was her she had long wanted to study them and so she wanted to Borneo in nineteen seventy one and by the way she is still there it's still the says the all the costs and her research team have cared for hundreds of injured around a chance in an effort to protect and safeguard their numbers they only live in a very small area they live in some Montreal Borneo so you already have you know a nail constricted area where they reside and of course as you know but treat the rain forest is cut down that means that the habitat shrinks and there is less and less space for them in San Francisco Jeffrey Schaub KCBS test slide is trying to spark it solar panel business by letting consumers rant rooftop systems rather than by them Tesla C. E. O. E. line musk announced the offering in a series of tweets on Sunday the company will allow residents of six states to rent solar powered systems starting at sixty five dollars a month in California and fifty dollars a month and five other states for a small setup mosque says consumers can cancel any time although tussles website says there is a fifteen hundred dollar charge to remove panels and restore the roof to its previous condition will check your money on this early Monday morning in sixty seconds case CBS news time twelve twenty three the satellite lounge presents an.
"borneo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Knew Kelly teller if I'm fighting America are those of you who are Americans on the last that want to kill the right people on the right you're crazy idiots is north is something you need to understand human black white blue green or pink where humans it doesn't matter where you're born in Borneo it doesn't matter if you take a little babies were born in Borneo input to bring him to America and to your right you could be a doctor I'm not too so people pizza or people pleaser well all human beings but not human none of you are human yet your human when he comes through you I said you have two choices when you come into the world is to hate your parents all hate the system you come into and enjoy hating and becoming one of them or you come into the world and get angry and upset and then said hi does something wrong with what's wrong with me why am I so guilty why am I so guilty because you have intuition and the you've lost you lost connection with your two men S. you've lost the connection therefore you have a voice coming through you this to me those who listen to me I love what I'm saying do you have a you speak with your voice is not your voice is the dark side putting the thoughts in your mind giving you the idea of what is good and what is evil heading in helping you to act like a good person but your card act like a good person and be good can you find is my how good you are you feel worse why.
Monkeys That Chew Their Cud
"Hey it'll it'll the cat and the federal the monkey jumped over the new no wait a minute that's not how the nursery guy goes mckee's in cows are completely different or are they actually pro buses monkeys from borneo and cows do have something in common they both to the cuts proposes monkeys are reddish brown long tail primates known for their large noses babies are born with normal size noses but by the time they are adults male skin sport noses up to seven inches long it's their leafy diet said that led to the evolution of i jested tracked very similar to co cows and other room and it's a multi chambered stomachs adapted for breaking down foods that are high in cellulose a plant fiber that resists digestion cows used calling these bacteria in one chamber of their stomach dakota parts of cellulose they also true there could which means they regurgitate their food from their stomach to their mouth and reach you it to make the pieces smaller this behavior breakdown the food into smaller and smaller pieces so the bacteria you can digest as much as possible like cows proposes monkeys either vegetable diet that's high end cellulose and they have a large belay which accounts for a quarter of their body weight their digestive system is divided into compartments similar to the cow they also have colonies of bacteria in the gut the help digest plant material at neutralize leave toxins so it's not surprising that proposes monkeys true there could just like
"borneo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In Borneo you'll be you'll be accountable, and you'll never get out of it. And if you go to church and you become a Jew, or you become a Christian. The Christian Christianity is an extension from the boom Judaism. Jesus didn't write anything are the people wrote about it. And it was very nice. But he didn't write anything. He just was himself. But what was in south? What does it mean being self? He says it again and again. And he says. Why call me good? There is no one good only. The father in heaven is good. The only place you find love is not of the world. You can't love anybody in the sense. I am speaking to you about it is the pure love that comes within you. He gives you a gift. He's saying now, listen. Here is. My, my desire for you. I'm going to give you. And you don't hear this, but I've learned it, I've discovered it, I'm gonna give you in to mission. Intuition means you're coming from me. And who go onto the?.
"borneo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Missing intuition. Something's missing mother. Pushed her and when you come into the world. So you have to say over and over when you come into the world, you have redemption waiting for you. But if your mother or parent upset you in any way whatsoever. You are no longer a real person. You're the extension of your mother. Your farther, but let's keep it to this. And now she wants to compensate and how compensation is going to be a good teacher. See I really gonna do it. But she can't because she's lost her intuition. When you when you are coming into the world every child have to say, not just once every time, I do a program. Every child comes into world. Everyone black green pink. Oh, well, the world with intuition, but the parent and the world you live in if you're born in Borneo, you'll be a bo- you eat people. And and if you if you didn't eat people you get eaten yourself. Agree in America is not quite that way. But there is a certain relevance. So you. When you come into the world is so essential action repeat over you have it you have the whole world in front of you to find everlasting life and redemption. But that's not.
"borneo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To. She says Borneo in southeast Asia is a case in point. One of the really important species at everybody wants to conserve our fans. They just fantastic animals Cuneo is made up of three countries Brunei Malaysia, Indonesia, so if you're thinking about what solution that could be on Borneo. Well, then you're thinking about corridors that link areas near the coast and low lying areas to those up the sides of mountains, if endangered species move between countries in order to survive countries are going to have to work together. Properly to connect surviving areas of habitat. Is there enough political well to make conservation corridors work? Jane hill says the message is starting to get through. But slowly. Meanwhile, with time running out for some creatures desperate measures are being considered a lot of debate about whether we should be physically moving species around to new locations where they might survive. So for instance, bears do very well in the North Pole and they've never been in Antarctica. But the conditions might be okay for them there. And you could think about being quite radical in the ways in which we move things around. But people feel very uncomfortable about that. Because it's not natural some colleges say it's already too late to make a real difference with corridors we need to be radical and leave up to fifty percent of the planet free for wildlife. She disagrees the idea that somehow we can separate our selves from nature. I think he's a mistake. Although perhaps arguably.
"borneo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You come into the world. Listen. The world enemy say it again. When you come into the world. You have intuition in tuition. Understand that intuition. It's knowledge from within in Jesus time. The rabbis the back guys. How is it that this man? Having never been to school all these things. And then some something like that. It should be that way for your own children. But the trouble is you come into the world. And the world comes into and the costumes came. Yeah. The culture comes into your born in Borneo, you'll be cannibal etcetera etcetera. You could be you can be influ influenced you born in Borneo, you be accountable. If you're born in ISIS. You'll be one of them ready to die because basically goes misery is so great that you you you can have that misery. Thousands and thousands of people in America. I know it's hundreds of thousands. I don't know how much is this. A lot commit suicide. To get rid of the pain, but.
Earliest cave paintings of animal discovered in Indonesia, dating back 40,000 years
"Overdue. The oldest known example of an animal drawing has been discovered inside and Indonesian cave. The five foot wide sketch of a creature. Resembling a ball is at least forty thousand years old found in a remote limestone, cave on the island of Borneo. Researchers crawled through miles of caves to find hundreds of ancient designs, including red and purple hand stencils and paintings that depict human scenes they were able to use mineral deposits to help with the formula to calculate the age previously. It was believed Europe not southeast Asia is where our ancestors began drawing animals and
"borneo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Gonna find them? How you gonna find your God you won't? And you kill each other. If you. Fighting america. Are those of you who are Americans on the left that want to kill the people on the right? You crazy idiots. It's all. It's something you need to understand all human black white green or pink where humans. It doesn't matter. Whether you're born in Borneo, but it doesn't matter if you take a little baby for born in Borneo in America and teach him, right? He could be a doctor. So people eater or people pleaser. We're all human beings. But not human. None of you are human yet. Your human when he comes through you. I said you have two choices when you come into the world. Is to hate your parents. Hate the system you come into. And enjoy hiking and becoming one of them. All you come into the world and get angry and upset, and then I something wrong. What's wrong with me? Why am I so guilty? Why am I so guilty is because you have in tuition, and you've lost your you've lost connection with your humanness? You've lost connection. Therefore, you have. A voice coming through you. To me, those who you're listening to me and laugh what I'm saying? You have you speak with your voice, but it's not your voice. It's.
"borneo" Discussed on The Science Show
"Professor. Darren Kono is a paleo anthropologist from the university of New South Wales. We join him on the hunt for human fossils in the Borneo rainforest. Human. Amazing place that we've been working at court, the caves, some of the largest as in southeast Asia, the biggest one, the cycle, west mouth in this massive complex is so big that you can fit for jumbo jet since almost. And it's a place where people been going for a long time today. You have local non men who climb up these bamboo poles and click the business business traded across southeast Asia. The traditional made Senate almost half of making soup and for restaurants. It's also one of the most iconic archaeological sites in south East Asia. I guess they most famous discovery was human scou- could the deep scowl which has been daily to about thirty five thousand years old until very recently provided the earliest physical evidence that we had for the earliest modern humans from Auburn, south East Asia, the deep scar fossil was on earth in the nineteen fifties. They have been other teams that have gone in reinvestigated view. Early pioneering work done by Tom and Barbara Harrison, but house really do market new Faye. Phase in the history of NIA and the first paleolithic digs that are being done in the cave in fifty years after leaving Africa modern humans sprayed across the globe, but fossils have only been found at a handful of sites in southeast Asia as of last year. There's a study from Indonesia that suggests that people like us, modern humans. I arrived perhaps spoon about sixty and seventy thousand years ago. So these are the ancestors of the indigenous people across south East Asia and Australia, New Guinea's world. One of the big questions for internationally is who were the first humans to live in an environment like rainforests rainforest, surprisingly challenging places for togethers to presently. We have only one site that provides any information for about this very murky period of history and try this cave is a site that offers us that potential to provide new information about this very important chapter. Now. Evolutionary history at the same time. Modern humans may have been moving through the region. There was a major volcanic eruption on the Indonesian island of Sumatra just seventeen hundred kilometers to the west of Barnea just before the time that more than humans get into southeast Asia. We have the largest volcanic eruption that's happened on the planet in the last two million years. This is the so-called Tober super option. It happened about seventy four thousand years ago. The massive explosion showered the globe in Ashish today. The eruption is marked by lake toba in North Sumatra if they were people living in the area at the time, including at NIA caves that they would have been dramatically affected by this super option that actually probably plans the planet into a nuclear winter that may of last month's peps longer. It's been for a long time that in a way, the super option laid the foundation for more than humans to come in after that, then. It kind of like put the Bruins through the neighborhood if you like an got rid of many of the, there are cake. Humans living, they got rid of them. So one of the things that we obviously looking forward and try to save his evidence for the super option and trying to find evidence of whether humans were there before. And of course, we certainly do have evidence for them thereafter. This massive event. Professor Curnow is co leading the excavation in Borneo with members of the Sarah walk museum. Our approach is always going much to work with locals. And in fact, we have a joint team with a Sarut museum where we work together. We run the project. We dig together each day just after sunrise. The team said off for the cave..
"borneo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To borneo and i saw my grandparents for the first time and now we're getting very old insisted that we go to the small plot of land that was on the border of brunei and malaysian borneo and these were my grandmother's ancestral lands so her people had come hundreds and hundreds of years ago from java to teach the sultan of brunei to cultivate wet rice so we got dropped off in the middle of the highway and i'll always remember my grandfather he was wielding this parameter which is me word for machete and he was cutting his way through the undergrowth and now the shetty in borneo has is seen as a very dangerous thing part of head hunting culture or piracy but at that moment as i saw him cutting through the undergrowth forging elaine from the road to this old dilapidated hut in the middle of the jungle suddenly my head i realized that the power can be a very constructive tool it can be something that forges a path between places that don't usually connect places that don't usually communicate so we get to this hop in the middle of the jungle and there's a family of orangutan's living there and we have to shoot them out of the house and my grandparents told me that when my father spent time at this little piece of land he would sit in front of the hut and he would read the koran with this very deep belief lewis beautiful voice and suddenly dozens of tons and families of monkeys would suck climbing down from the trees and sit in front of him like a rapt audience lucky you guys you beautiful orangutan's out there and that would sit in front of him and listen to reading the koran and it was then we only had an oil lamp and we would drag water from the river and my grandparents were telling me about their lives of hardship and about about their family history and about my family history and i decided that moment i'll start going back to malaysia every year because an could my soul in some way and so i guess all of this culminated a few years ago when i went to my cousin's wedding in kuala lumpur on the outskirts and.
"borneo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You want share body space and so on the one hand that's wonderful because when we're eleven billion people you're not be able to all go to a so far in africa we just we don't we were not be able sustain that on the other hand when you've got real nature and virtual nature who gets to go see the real nature is it only the wealthy and there's all sorts of strange out ways to kinda take that through never you could see almost in a kind of long trajectory how people would say well you know i was gonna go to africa but it'd be easier to put on my virtual reality and go there that way it also could be you know really pretty harmful to tourist trade for example and people getting off in going into experiencing things in the real world uh as far as travel in all agreed i flew to borneo and i've gave a talk to borneo who are obviously makes living a people coming to see animals in borneo is the only place you can see the ron tongues and their native habitat and i talked to the lawmakers of borneo this exact issue which is should we use vr to encourage people so they can see amazing is here but them when you think it through at some point maybe people don't match want to make the journey now i will say one of the functions of zuse's conservation just keeping the animals you know safe and studied an and healthy and if it comes to some world where zoos no longer function for spectators it's more about the scientists in the conservation that's it it's not something that you know that that that may be one solution fires a caller more positive about vr catherine welcome you're on the air i think you unclear here how you draw the line between furniture therapy and immersive trauma i played a uh a vr game known as air is though not found china it gives me nightmares if the game where you have zombies only thing and even thinking about it like i'm kinda see we're all of it because it was a traumatic experience so how do you draw the line between something that's an official that her i thought you were positive you know.
"borneo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Guan and work with brought them here in the he do a lot of things based out of the old bridge area and metallica was taken yet taken in and taken under the wing when they had nothign by a lot of people in in that area of new jersey where they would metallica lived with some of those people the mental militia the overalls eyes and great pimple that was that was an amazing thing about then is that there was an ethic is still exist but there was such a great community for all the underground music that was going on in and you always knew you had someone who had your back so you'll he had a place to sleep in our area and i thought that was so cool of the the camera artery that existed i think obviously still exist how active or you guys touring now because when i was setting up that you were coming in i was talking about the fact that you also you wear to hats you know you are also been an artist management era while so for you with skid row like how many shows you do on average georgia's we were just out of the country to weren't yeah we're go if we're in we'd headline the festival in borneo of all places sixty nine thousand people in borneo we headline of festival an a one of the locals was on i've never heard the only time i ever heard of borneo's from like a little rascals episode accurate day bill wild man from borneo i had no idea and it was an incredible experience like a really really an incredible experience you would think that uh in our idiotic way of thinking that it would be somewhat primitive or whatever you now i mean it was not it was amazing everything the staging the sound the production was phenomenal and the people were incredible i mean are like a hero's welcome so it was to be able to still have those experiences now at this latter stage of my life.