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"charles byrne" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Due to take office next month. In April, Iran began enriching uranium up to 60%. I'm Charles Byrne celebrating its national holiday Bastille Day. With thousands of troops marching in a Paris parade and traditional parties around the country. After last year's events were scaled back because of virus fears. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. 60. Large active wildfires have destroyed close to ability. Cruz did everything they could to save as much as they could to the weather conditions and everything we've had. This area is just wasn't just waiting for a fire and and it's just terrible. That piece people have lost their homes. Norwegian Cruise line challenging a New Florida law that prevents cruise companies from requiring passengers to show Proof of vaccination against the Covid 19 virus. The lawsuit contends that the law jeopardize his safe operation of cruise vessels by increasing risk of contracting the virus. Equation intends to restart cruises from Florida ports on August 15th with vaccinations required for all passengers. More of these stories that town hall dot com. I'm John Scott. You're listening to America,.
"charles byrne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"charles byrne" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Would you put a rematch? When she wants to remarry, but I I gotta give me one more shot. We got it in. Israel Weber and I'm saying that is. I'm calling you by your government. Is he because how you not gonna like dragging ballsy but he says, thanks against. For fixing enemy chatter. No Nixon Nixing that means like. Cutting. Get your old ass. I the. million. Nah. I feel sometimes to with this lingo, they change it every day. Coach said is the author rushing This is all very true. Heaviest is. His name is. My name is Charles Burns I am for mother Russia. Could there be a burns and Russia. Ricky SCO hanging actually Yo. Why do Americans always add S.'s we put a s on her name. We put a a s on this name it's just not burn. Burn. Burn Charles. Burn. Charles Byrne that's his name my father was omitted. You sound like liquor from Romania Dude. Shut out to. Publicize our I think and Maybe, I'm on that one, but definitely rise van Kazadi. because. Your word is born I miss doing the show champions crazy. I can't wait for the day to have the full blown studio. I think we're Mario gets it. I'm GonNa do the whole studio in my dining room. So that, we can be every morning. Now let's see if we could actually make it to the studio at nine. Am every this is the way. He wants to ask me a public macy's. Actually say like it will be fantastic during the times that he's he for the three of us to be on camera together, and I'm saying might be difficult for you to get here nine in the morning like to start at nine. Nine not at all Brodsky member. He's GonNa be chilling over here. So we're just Kinda wake up damn. Him He's also said some staying with Chew Dan. If you would have the you. Bring Bro. You know you could bring all that over here if you wanted to fix. To British soon, this is true. The mother the mother ship has I well we'll go. What but I could totally bring the board awards setup. Why not and have it with the sling three cameras said Oh. We even have a week even have an outside camera go to check out of you. Know. Do a casual me easy. Hit him up by to change we. Might be. Working. then. That's crazy. Instead of our for breakfast do meal beat it. Do me on a diety juice and again. Vegetarian. It'd be I'd be ordering the fucking beyond sausage. Sandwich, and that's just be looking at me like. The back to this man. I am happy. It's on zone, and this is what I'm saying to the haters the dissolve they want to see it fail. What would we do? We got to hope that showed some Bassett. Basel's rights. We gotta hope that it fits with the with the with the demographic and the audience that the showtime is trying to reach. And then you got joe talking. I mean yeah. Showtime like Oh I got stars anymore I wonder what happened I. Remember Fifty was saying all that craziness I wonder why is not even my package? No more I gotTA check what's up with that went to see yesterday was like you're not. Happened that's what I said. I was like, Whoa. WHOA. Though.
"charles byrne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We would love your help with tomorrow's program about prisons specifically the ultra high security facilities known as supermax prisons. Some of the nation's nastiest convicts will spend the rest of their lives there, including Joaquin Guzman. The drug kingpin known as El Chapo, what should we do with our most dangerous criminals? Leave us a voicemail. Eight five five two three six one a one. A also we would love to hear from you. If you've worked at a supermax prison, if you've had loved ones who are incarcerated there, if you've been an attorney to convict held there, or perhaps if you've done time there yourself, tell us your story. Eight five five two three six one a one. A you could also use our app won a vox pop to send us a radio. Polity audio file and to keep up to date on future, topics. We'll share some of you. Your stories tomorrow on one A. Back now to our conversation with Brian sweet tech, author of the new book, skeleton, keys, the secret life of bone. We got quite a few messages from you about your experiences, dealing with human bones, including on a medical level. Here's what one listener left in our inbox. Hi, my name is Shawn Dell and in medical school. I worked in lab. And so not only do we have to go through cutting through tissue. I think my favorite part. Now, I know something about the crash speaking of the anatomy, let me get back to that tweet that I just read from Tyler Tyler wrote, I separated my shoulder in a bike crash twenty years ago, the bones still do their jobs, but without the specific architecture of muscles tendons in veins, there are cliques and pressures and muscles that have had to compensate. It's a reminder of how amazing and specific our skeletons are Brian this is a real basic question. But could you just give us a clearer sense of what our bones do for our body? Yes, they hold up the framework of the rest of it. But they do it in a very intricate way. And they do more than that. Yeah. I mean, there are aspects of bone that affect just about every part of our lives. So the story preceding you're our conversation and had to do with bone marrow. The fact that our bones contain marrow that create our blood cells. The fact that bone is incredibly responsive and can heal itself and much of the same way that our bones initially grow from the time that we're in the womb through adulthood, and. Old age. It's this system where bone is always being laid down. It's always being eaten up. It's always changing those responding to our environment. It protects us to protect internal organs are ribs wrap around in our heart and lungs, and so many other vital pieces. So is really multifunctional tissue. That's much more dynamic than I think a lot of people understand. With regards to our anatomy Collin tweeted, what's going on with our tail bones, Brian what about the tailbone? Well, those are you know, this vestige of our evolutionary past. Yeah. They're just kind of along for the ride at this point. They provide you know, perhaps some anchor points for some muscles and soft tissues along with the other bones of our our hips in our in our lower backs. But it's really just this wonderful little clue that you know, millions and millions of years ago. Our ancestors had tales. So I like this little tidbit of our deep past that still there. Amanda tweeted, why do we treat bones more cavalierly than dead bodies? I think because part of the culture in which we've you bones up they become collectors items because if you look at it, human stolen, really take a minute to look at it. There is a lot of personality there, even if you don't see the the eiser or the soft tissues or anything that would make it a full face. There's still so much personality there, I think that we've kind of gotten used to not questioning the fact that you know. You know, these are people that are remains of of people that there's been a mentality of the dead have no rights for hundreds of years. I'm really just starting to change that now I had a conversation with a friend of mine who wanted to obtain human skeleton as an artistic reference, and we had a conversation very similar to what you and I have been talking about at the end of it. She said, you know, it's kind of funny that I give more thought to the treatment of the chickens who laid the eggs that I get from the grocery store, then the fact that you know, I want to buy what you know, is is a person. So I think a lot of this is just we haven't been investigating our own views and questioning ourselves about do we have a right to collect own human remains. And I think that's something that's really just bubbling up and is going to continue for some time. Well, and also, I think we should just be clear is that a bone doesn't look like the person that belong to you know. I mean, if you saw me dead in a coffin, you would recognize it as me if you saw my skeleton leader. Out on a table in a cadaver lab, you'd have no way to tell who it is. It's almost like it allows a certain disconnection from the humanity of whoever was there isn't distance. There's some disconnection although on the other hand some of this depends on expertise. I was at an event in Washington DC where anthropoid friend of mine who I've never met before. Who knew me from Twitter came up and said, oh, yeah. I recognize you by the shape of your skull. So sometimes it's. That we're willing to go have some Pearl Magnin had or what? I haven't had the twenty three and me tests done yet to see how much on the NFL. I've got probably got some being of western European descent. But that's the wonderful. Western European descent has some I'm just wondering if you would like a caveman. I haven't been called beetle Browde yet. But I'll circle back if I do. Matt tweeted, Dr h h Holmes sold the bones of his victims to medical schools. What's that about you know, that story? Yeah. I think that is if I recall incorrectly that this was a murderess fellow who operated in Chicago during the time of the world's fair. And yeah, he killed a number of people. And then sold the remains, and that's gets back into the bone trade that, you know, a fair number of skeletons or human remains that you might find for sale through various outlets came from medical schools, either closed or the accession some of their collections or some of what they used to teach with. And that's a question that's worth asking that you if you are interested or looking into buying human remains number one. I don't thinks particularly ethical to to do. But if you ask those questions like who was this person where did this come from? What's the history? So often, these pieces are not only denuded of their Fleischer denude of their history where we have no idea where they came from with regards to that, Jim. Sent cintas an Email little graphic kind of specific nothing gruesome, but just fair. Warning. Jim emailed a human skeleton from a doctor's office was offered at an auction. Recently, it came complete with a documented back story that the bones belonged to a murdered Parisian prostitutes. And indeed it was possible to see the knife marks on her sternum the bones sold for two hundred dollars. It was legal. But it did not seem right? Pat tweeted regarding indigenous bones, what about geronimo's skull at the Yale skull-and-bone society. Brian descendants of Geronimo sued the society about a decade ago. I believe saying that they basically robbed his grave in the early twentieth century. Yeah. Yeah. Familiar with that particular case, but there are a number of famous skeletons in various museums or medical school colleges that they're still question of like should these bones be repatriated or returned who was this person? Can we identify them, and what were their their wishes on another example that's been in? The news relatively recently is the skeleton of someone who is famous for for some time. Call the Irish giant Charles Byrne, who you know, he had a physiological condition that gave him your larger stature and famously. He kind of could hear the the scalpel is being sharpened. Yeah. As he felt his life was ending any made specific wishes to be buried at sea in a lead coffin. So his body wouldn't be stolen put on display, and that is exactly what happened that the Royal College of surgeons or what became the Royal College of surgeons in England obtained his remains until recently is on display. There's been. Some murmurings that he may eventually get his final wish and a final burial. But especially with skeletons, and remains that are centuries old or considered historic or have certain medical value. There's often pushback from the scientific or medical community saying, well, we can learn from from these things are now there's a historical gloss to the outside of this that makes the bones something more than just that one person's life, and there's this constant back and forth that we really have yet to resolve speaking of that history. We should definitely mention Richard the third the former king of England he was reburied in an official religious ceremony in twenty fifteen more than five hundred years after he died. Here's a bit of that eulogy from the ceremony. It was written by Scottish poet named Carol. Ann Duffy and read by Benedict Cumberbatch who has played the famous king and is his distant descendant bones scripted in light upon code soil. A human braille my skull. 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"charles byrne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Obtaining death certificates for as many as possible of the seven hundred ninety six children who died there while the home was operating a lot of their reporting that has come out over the last few years took a much more sensationalized turn in cordless actual work. She had talked about the fact that there were no burial records for these children. And that part of the burial site appeared to be a disused septic tank. And then these two threads got kind of mixed together into headlines along the lines of eight hundred children dumped in septic tank at mother and baby home. So what? Happened at the mother and baby home was appalling. This was a place where unmarried mothers and their children were sent usually against their will because their pregnancies were so stigmatized children died there at a rate of about one every two weeks often of malnutrition, but it was slightly different from those headlines. So further study and further excavation have gone on since it really started to make headlines twenty fourteen and thirties have been trying to figure out exactly what to do about these unmarked and unrecorded burials this October. It was announced that plans are in the works to fully excavate the site to try to zoom all the bodies to identify as many of them as possible. And if possible to return them to families archaeologists in west Flanders have been excavating World War ones hill eighty which was a German stronghold. This excavation effort was largely crowd funded and used largely volunteer labor. So those funds mostly paid for expenses in December. When the team is. Their final report of the previous season's work. They said that they had uncovered the remains of one hundred ten people that included seventy Germans nine British three French one South African and twenty seven others who could not be identified, but seem really wanted to identify the remains and return them to their families wherever possible. But while most of the Germans were identified as being from the twenty first reserve regiment as of December twenty eighteen only one set of remains had been personally inconclusively identified not quite an exhibition or a repatriation, which is what we're talking about next. But in seventeen eighty three a man named Charles Byrne died at the age of twenty two he was seven feet seven inches tall. That's two point three one meters. And he was nicknamed the Irish giant, and when he died he asked his friends to seal him in a lead. Coffin weigh it down and bury him at sea because based on his life experience, so far he feared his body being stolen and. Dissect it this was at a time when there was no honor in donating your body to science or medicine. There is more detail about that. In our episode on the doctors riot of seventeen eighty eight which is in our archive that he had been really viewed as the medical curiosity, and he was he was very concerned that something was going to happen to his body after his death. However, while burns friends made the arrangements for the burial that he asked for surgeon and anatomist John hunter stole his body possibly switching it with another body and then after removing the flesh from the body hunter kept the skeleton in his personal collection, the British government later purchased the collection and gave it to the company of surgeons, which became the Royal College of surgeons, and that became part of the Royal College of surgeons hunts Harian museum burns remains made a meaningful contribution to medical science, including helping doctors understand how.