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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

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04:55 min | Last month

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey and welcome to the short stuff. I'm josh clark. There's charles w chuck bryant jerry's buzzing around out there somewhere. Sorry and this is short stuff like i said. Yeah that seat see fly. Something that if If you took high school biology you talked about these little fellows. The what fi fly. I thought we were talking about fruit flies. Isn't that the fly. I don't think so. Is that different. Yeah i'm pretty sure house love. Ct fly was the same thing as the fruit fly. No no because. I think the thc fly is a how you say it. gives passes around dengue fever. Oh well just never mind than everybody. What we're really talking about is the fruit fly aka the drosophila and it's impossible to read this next word without reading it like like this Mellano gangster gangster. Unfortunately it's melanogaster. Yeah most people call them drosophila though. I've always heard dra. Now oh man. I don't know now that you say that. I've never heard it out loud. Always seen it in writing when you said most people say it that way. You just lied is oh my gosh. Yeah i totally did. Thank you for calling me out for that. Just a lying machine. Apparently because they're molyneaux gangsters no matter. What okay so we're talking. Let's just call them fruit flies. How about that. Tt flies but there is a bunch and by the way tc flies are large biting flies. Not these cheese Now we have to do a short stuff on those guys. Thanks chuck literally Probably one eighth of the show is misinformation Fruit flies specifically. How did you say your safa. That's what i said. It's more beautiful than what i said. So i'm gonna go with that too you know. Most people say dress off la Those particular kinds of fruit flies. Drosophila mullane melanogaster. They are Widely used in scientific experiments and it turns out as flood people know that we use fruit flies in experiments They've actually bestowed a tremendous amount of information to us. Humans through their biology through their genetics. Through the very the very they're very existence we owe a great debt to them scientifically because a lot of them have been asked to sacrifice their lives in the for the furtherance of human knowledge. Yeah and there's a bunch of reasons which we're gonna get to kinda here and there in a sec but you dug up this kind of interesting bit from february. Nineteen forty seven v. Two rocket full to the brim. Well not folded the brand but a lot of fruit flies were loaded up on this thing. traveled sixty seven miles up into the air which is technically An altitude which is one mile into actual space. According to nasa right and they were the very first animals to go into space. Yeah and they actually survived that trip And not one of like. They were the first animal they were. They were like a test. Animal the see scientists were like well. No one's ever been to space. We have no idea what happens out there. Maybe these things are gonna come back on mutated and everything and when they didn't when they actually survived the flight and the reentry They said oh. Well let's start sending more larger animals up and they did in eventually. We ended up on human nets what we're sending up these days. That's right but it was very instructive to see those flies. Come back without you know seven eyeballs or or twice the size or ten times. The size they were they were fine. They didn't hook out in by that. Yeah no purple ripped pants to be found by that time by nineteen forty seven. They had actually been used in biological studies for well over a decade In the nineteen thirties in particular they basically helped establish the the field of modern genetics A guy named Morgan thomas hunt. Morgan basically showed. That inheritance is passed along via chromosomes using a fruit. Fly study and he did it in months rather than years. That is other fellow early. Geneticists took to to prove their studies and actually ended up winning a nobel prize for it and in fact at least five people have won nobel prizes from directly working with fruit flies. Yeah i mean if you wanna nobel prize not a bad place to start. That's right And the reason why or maybe we should take a break and then talk about some of the reasons. Why okay.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey and welcome to the podcast I'm Josh Clark there's Charles W Chuck Bryant Jerry's over there in you may already be a winner. Because you're listening to stuff. You should know the podcast was going to a version of the same thing. So Hey, that's the that's the spoils of doing the intro. That's right. You may be a winner. Yup. chump. sweepstakes. Man So aware of sweepers before that, there's this group allowed there. Yeah. The hobbyists people who enjoy sweepstakes and we'll talk about them later. but as I got more and more into like researching sweepstakes I'm like. Well, it's pretty interesting stuff. There's a lot more to it than even that. Yeah I have never I. Don't think entered. Any contest while you know what I fully take that back because. Almost every year enter the HDTV Dream Home do you really? Yeah well, that's like one of the big sweepstakes in the United States. Yeah. I will I mean every year that I sort of remember I haven't had cable TV for a few years I'm not reminded as much But that's one of those like I mean have you ever entered or have you ever seen those houses? Yeah. I've ran across from Google during this research and yeah, they're very beautiful. Not only that they don't stop with the house they'll give like a GMC. Yukon, here's half a million dollars in cash. Crazy now. Here's some Here's a couple of snakes that are really exotic and expensive I think they do green home as well now. Yeah I think there are a couple of them in one of them. I think the green home one year was You Know Sarah. Be here outside of Atlanta Yeah I think one of them was at seren be. Yeah. There's one they gave away in the last year or so down Merritt Island in Florida. Where I've been and then there's one in. Miami or something and I read about the person who won actually it was written in the Miami Herald I don't remember where the house was. They couldn't afford it. They won and they like can't afford the taxes on this house. Yeah. That's what the you know growing up. Everyone's dad basically well, you know you gotta pay taxes on that stuff, right?.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark. There's Charles. W. Chuck. Bryant Jerry's out there somewhere, which makes this stuff. You shouldn't go. Yeah. old school insect a dish from Robert Lamb. I know it's it's got mouth parts in it, but it's not tracy, Wilson doing. Yeah. Trey. But it's still good. It's super charming starts Robert starts this article out. From, the perspective of a spider who has been dragged into a wasp's nest in is about to be eaten alive by a Wasp Larvae. Yeah it's pretty interesting. Yeah. So it's a good article I guess is what I'm trying to say, and if you're not familiar with Robert Lamm than friend, you're missing out on not one but two, no three really great podcasts that guy is put out What is it stuffed? Blow your mind. Of course, the stalwart sci tech on that tech sort of science plus show. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. in-depth like Super Deep Rabbit Hole, interesting stuff, and then He did warn called Trans Human. Yeah. That's a fiction scripted sci-fi. Very cool. Yeah, and then also he and Joe who does stuff to blow your mind with also do invention to, which is kind of in-depth rabbit hole thing about invention. So check all those out everybody. Yeah. It was fun to kind of get back to basics with a nice little insect cast on wasps and dude. I went out side today on my side deck to let the dogs out and and behold I looked. What? I was you said who let the dogs out? Sorry. You said, let the dogs out. So I had to I. Do you say wait wait wait? No. No, I was saying we'll. We'll. We'll boop. Oh, boy. Those are. On the ground. Okay good. All right. I knock the legs out from under that story is just a wasp nest, but it was you know the timing. Oh I didn't poke it to see it was it was not a i. think it had fallen. So my guess is that it did not have any more wasps residing in it. Man That's got to be a real letdown because it's the middle of summer right now. So they're they're wanting to. Like grow. There's probably larva in there Yeah. That's that's really weird. They must have abandoned then. Yeah Wasser. I think. You know everyone wants the bees now because they should because are awesome and bees produce honey and we want bees to stick around. But I think wasps and Hornets, which are a type of wasps are still just so maligned. And they're the ones that people will reach for their can of raid to spray. And No qualm. Yeah, you shouldn't don't do it. Let the Wasp live. I'll go ahead and say it. Now, we're going to say to bunch but let them live. Totally. Chuck. Thank you. Yeah. We're here to open everyone's eyes to the function and purpose of wasps existence. They're not like mosquitoes member in the mosquitoes episode. We basically concluded that there's no reason mosquitoes, Kalomo round and they just. uh-huh. WASPS are not like that, and I think Robert does a really good job of basically pinning down why wasps get such a bad rap one is that there stings peck such a wallop compared to other stinging insects. Yeah. It hurts and we'll talk about their. There's things in the venom that goes along with it which is okay. That's fair like nobody wants to be stung by a wasp. It's really it can ruin your day and then also the other thing is is that The if you pay attention to wasps, you realize that they live these really brutal grizzled existences. They're they're predators. And in fact, in their habits, their apex predators, they're like sharks, lions, but for the bugs and sometimes small animals that live around, they're.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:48 min | 5 months ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hello, and welcome to the podcast I'm Josh Clark. There's Charles W Chuck Bryant Jerry's over there in the corner. Everybody puts Jerry in the corner. And this is not. She's the opposite of paper. Jerry's back. She's back from the mall. because. She's been. Yeah, remember we. We said that she was at the mall. She was buying a house. Just doing all sorts of stuff, okay. She's back now and things are normal again. Yeah, she was at the beach and she's now eating. In front of me what I ate about an hour ago. Do you want to throw up new more I don't? It's this weird in between. I'm drawn to the smell, but I'm also full, so am can like. Oh Man, what a life I know eating! Who needs it right me. I do, too. I love eating. Love it. You know what else I love what? Really good. Magic like allusions. Well, where does? What do you mean Kaz can mean two different things. Let me tell you so I went. I went to New York recently and we saw this show. It's called in and of itself so one man stage magic I. Guess You could call it that illusionist show by a guy named Derek. Dog oiseaux Guy Tell you last night. I strongly recommend anyone. Go see the show. It's I think they extended it through the rest of the year, but it's. I it's like a kind of his life. Story told like through these different these different acts in like. Just the stuff he's doing is now like Oh man, that rabbit came out of nowhere nothing like that. It's all much more psychological than that, but the the the basis of it is that this guy must be. Just one of the better guesses walking around today he's as good. He's also like a card shark. It's just a really neat show. It's really original indifferent. But just to see somebody, do something to where they probably are guessing, but they're doing such an amazing job at it that it just appears to be magic. That's one of my favorite things in the world to see like when he talks to people in like think of a number, except obviously more funding complex that yes, yeah and I don't want to give any. Any of it away, I wanNA, give any bit of it away like for anybody's, GonNa go see it Everyone should go into a fresh, but but yeah, just after you see it, go back and listen to this episode again, and you'll be like Oh. Yeah, totally now I think deal a lot of times with that. Situation is power of suggestions go. I don't know. I don't know man I. Don't know if that's what this guy's doing or not. No, he's not doing like cold readings or something like that like John Edwards. No, no nothing like that, but powers of suggestion in that if you you can lead someone to to think of a certain thing that they then guess. That you're. I guess, so get it. Didn't even mean that, but that kind of dives into what we're talking about, which is guessing in general There's this whole. Like what like science really doesn't have any idea about how we make guesses, all we know is that we are capable of making guesses and that we make guesses almost constantly like our brain is basically set up to guess like our construction of reality is a series of guesses, most of which pan out to be right, but then can also be terribly wrong, which is what optical illusions prove you know? Yeah and I found this I thought it was going to be more interesting than it was initially when I picked this one out. Until I was a little disappointed. And then we found my other supplemental stuff that kind of helped it, but in the end it felt a little. Unwieldy, but I think this just because of the nature of the topic like there isn't a concise. Beginning Middle End to this kind of topic. You know no, because again. Sciences pretty well stumped like even in sometimes chuck. If you'll remember, these can be our best episodes like unless the ones where there's just like a clear cut completely understandable neat explanation is great, and then on the other end of the spectrum like this one. The ones where science is just kind of like. Maybe this is it I don over. It could be it. Those are usually pretty good, too. So this could. This one has has potential. All right, it's my. That's my estimation. Well I thought it was interesting in our very own hostile forks article and they started talking about The days of your with starting with took took and. You know basically up until the point where we could like. You know measure things or prove things like there was a lot of mean. There's still a lot of guessing going on, but. Guessing was a daily survival tactic. Right like I said we learn. Should I go this way and fall off a cliff? You know I'm going to take a guess or should I eat? This thing will kill me. or like in the case of Lewis and Clark I remember Clark estimated, and you know there's guesses and we'll we'll get into different types, but an estimation as a kind of a guess, even if it's informed in a well reasoned and Clark's case, of course he estimated. I think he's only off by about forty miles when they got to the Pacific. no really I. Don't remember that. Yeah. He estimated four, thousand, one, hundred and sixty two miles when. He's by forty. I mean that's remarkable at, but it wasn't a wild guess. It was Clark being a very smart dude who probably took copious notes, not probably definitely took copious notes right But I. don't it just never really thought about guessing back in those days? Could you know you could end up? A guest means the interview. Yes, but if your friends were standing around watching, you guessed that that lizard over there wasn't poisoner right? You can just go ahead and eat it raw, and then you keel over and die. They learn from your bag. Guests taken one for the team. It very much, though yeah, before the Universal Ed Ability Test. A man you are just have you been going through the archives or something. No. I wrote that article back then, so that got stuck with me. 'cause you know I mean we're I thought you were too I'm cursed with that new information in old information shirt getting squeezed out. Yeah, yeah! So she'll get into this, I guess so I I'm not I don't mean to do this. I'm sorry what saying I guess yeah. It's pretty commonplace, but it does kind of under underscored. Just how much we do guests in our lives, you know. Yeah, here's all right. Let's go ahead and start with the brain then because while you're correct in saying that they don't know the the pathways necessarily guess. All different kinds of all different parts of the brain, not all the parts, but many different parts of the brain are at work. which makes a Lotta sense when you think about what? Different kinds of guesses can entail whether you're guessing someone's age or guessing because that involves like. You know recognition with your eyeballs or a memory of someone else. Who was a certain age looked like that like you're you know recall There's all different parts of the brain there lighting up whenever you're guessing something. Yeah, they think that it's a.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:28 min | 6 months ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Hey and welcome to the podcast Josh Clark with Charles W. Chuck Bryant Jerry rolling over there this is stuff you should know was it a real stare down yeah Gerry one thirty one because I was like on time for this any longer that's pretty funny because this just sort of all the three of us you guys are having stared down over nothing you just over there grumpy like can we get go I was just doing my thing and then all I heard from you as nice job Jerry so like you could see that gave it to ME J. one my friend belly the one who has passed away from MS that I talked about he and I used to do a staring contest but it was a certain face we had to make okay and you had to you not laugh that was our steering conscious so we both make a certain face that he invented and the first one of us to break him laugh which was always me can can I see the face now okay when I retired I understand that Sir okay well thanks for the story oh by the way very special listener mail coming up today everyone to stick around for that share the amazing eleven year old fans not a lot of everybody gosh so delightful to hear from her all right so well let's just get through this that kind of gets Central Park Central Park it's huge said no you are not yet it's square it's rectangular Charles all right so let's talk about New York in between eighteen twenty one in eighteen fifty five right the population of New York grew four times its size over that thirty four year period from fifteen people the sixty and they were crowded and people started moving further and further north well like like there was a funny joke I just made but you just said that the population of your quadrupled over thirty years thirty four years and you know New York started set at the south as far as right people live in there and kept going further and further north right and Manhattan wise sure sure yeah it's about New York state common no no but I mean there's Brooklyn too in Poughkeepsie no no sure all the boroughs yeah the outcome of the island of Manhattan right and things got so crowded that two people would gather in cemeteries to socialize yeah that was really weird so we've talked about that before we would like I don't remember what episode it was but we thought it might be nice of ways or something park pizza it may have been tombstones or something because we talked about the cemetery is being designed to be park like because people go have picnics and stuff and the stuff all the material that has to do with Central Park makes it sound like that's all they had available we're cemeteries if they wanted to go hang out and have picnics and green space yeah it was involuntary or if it was designed that way or both but yeah they did it was either a school a tenement or a book commercial district or at the cemetery that was what you had if you were outdoors yeah and I think I think it's not silly that's all you had but like maybe all you had that was close and accessible sure like the cemetery is you know six blocks from my apartment right and also as you will learn much of men not northern Manhattan but yeah counting northern Manhattan central Manhattan where Central Park now is you was gross swampland swampy rocky you know you're hanging out there anyway yeah forget the eighteen twenties let's go back two point six million years ago Chaco there was an ice sheet over New York state that was two miles thick and it just so happened to terminate the termination adds the that the well the edge of it sure the light went right through the bottom of Manhattan went through Brooklyn and actually like all the heights in hills in man in Brooklyn that's because again the those actual hills right because the glacier push the ground up there because that's where it stopped growing forward but as these glaciers were moving down south from the north they were pushing boulders and rocks and stones everywhere and where they ended up and then finally retreated from the left all that stuff which is why they're boulders in Central Park there used to be a lot more boulders there so much so that the land was just basically consider virtually unusable yeah they weren't that area was not being developed anyway which made it made it a a difficult task but it made it sort of the only place if you wanted to build a seven hundred plus acre park right that was kind of the the place to go right and so they did want to build the park because again if you wanted to go outside and hang out and have a picnic you had to go to green wood cemetery in Brooklyn that was basically it so the people who were living in New York one of this but then also the upper society I guess the super wealthy yeah we're like yeah yeah this will put our town on the map man London's got Hyde Park terrace has won all the great cities have a great park but there's not one in the United States let's build in New York yeah but you know that was was later like initially that there was no call for a park I mean it took forty or fifty years of lots of inhabitants to get this idea the original city plan in eighteen eleven had no mention of any park but for you city planning nerds I know you know this already if your city planning nerd but John Randall junior he was the man who laid out that the grid for New York City very famously SO documentary on it oh really yeah it's amazing he drove these iron I believe iron bolts into the ground with his fingers his bare hands it was a serving bowls and it was to map out that that grid like every block Katie C. one still there's one in Central Park that they found a don't think they found any other ones in Central Park but it has nothing to do with central part because this is like a good six fifty sixty years before they even thought of yes forty years before they even thought of central point was like maybe this is part of the grid grid yeah so there's one in a boulder that I mean I'm not gonna say where it is are you got to go find it huh well they that's they try to keep it on the down low as far as the actual GPS coordinates like these people that hunted it down and found it it's like a speakeasy but this sort of stuff it's a built in stone and you will become the king of New York if you can pull it out you should not dare nothing should be there for eternity but there's there's supposedly more of them and there are people that go around trying to find these kind of neat you know Disney so I guess I'm a city pioneered at heart I have to say I came across the great site called the femoral New York the documents like all the new York that's been lost in built over in chains time that's cool they have a great website go check it out because we got some some good stuff from them for this episode all right so where we left off before my a nerdy Segway was you were talking about wealthy new Yorkers saying we want to park there's a more cynical view that was we want to park in that.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

08:10 min | 9 months ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey and welcome to the podcast on Josh Clark Charles W chuck. Bryant Jerry's over there. Chandler's chuck shoulder in the window treaty things all weird. I'm hot and your cold. Yeah I'm. One of the largest one of his. Book. Martin just. Selling. In the PODCAST CO host segment. Barnes and noble are those still around. Three Bucks. In three stat, one click and clack by the way the r.i.p legend. Fan? That was a sad one. Was He click clack. I always got that confused. It was Tom Right I want to say click, but but it was Tom who died and younger brother race still around yeah very. Yeah Great Chairman. OFF TO NPR for like immediately like lowering the flag and making a big deal out of it. I mean like it was cool. Yeah, he's certainly taught us a thing or two. They did about everything. We know kind of being natural goose. leaving, everything exactly so hats off to you, sir, so chuck moving along to tear forming yes! Did. You know that a a recent. Study. Found that even if we instituted a global one child policy like China, yeah, but global. By. Twenty one hundred, which is less than one hundred years away now. It's like eighty five years away this not that far. No. We'd be able to keep the population at about current levels. A lot of people would say the current level is too much as it is yeah, but if we didn't do anything and continued on this pace of growth, we hit about twelve billion people by twenty one hundred. Yes, that is a ton of people on a folks. There's a lot of stretch on resources for agriculture for fuel energy all that kind of stuff and it's it's caused a lot of people numbers like this studies like this has caused a lot of people say. How are we going to support all of these people? Yeah. Did you know a lot of people pooh-poohed that notion? Oh Yeah. You told me an idea when I did that. Little video overpopulation, a lot of people are like this is not a problem. This is a conspiracy. There's A. There's a definite division between camps. There's the gloom camp. Yeah, who say like we're screwed. Sure, and then there's the other camp who says will always. Technologically advanced our way out of trouble like this right sure. Is that what you're saying I don't know what the point was I. think there's there's a camp that says population is not an issue like people say it is well I think if you were people redistributed people yeah. It's possible that there could alleviate population if it is the thing. But I think most people I can't even say that some people would say that agriculture has what's called a carrying capacity, and we've talked about mouth this before and that we possibly stretching it right now, sure. So a lot of people, the ones who do believe in the population problem are starting to look to the stars and saying hey man. Let's figure out how to exploit other planets to. The human race can survive. Isn't that what interstellar is about that new movie? Yeah, and is totally I didn't think like Oh interstellar. This'll be. The to happen to coincide about, tear forming, or is it just like? Hey, go find a place to spendable. Well. According to what Michael Cain says in the preview, it's about just going to find a hospitable which is a search that is currently underway and has been for a while through NASA Kepler. Observatory. Yeah, they've been looking for exoplanets and supposedly right now. They have their eighteen, hundred and fifty four confirmed exoplanets, forty, one, hundred and seventy, three unconfirmed, and all of them are between ten years and twenty five thousand light years from Earth. Pretty far it is right now. It's it's prohibitively far. Yeah, but there are playing out there. That exists in what's called the Goldilocks Zone, which is the orbit a star and they're just far enough away from the star that they're not gonNA. Burn to a crisp right. But they're not so far away that you're gonNA freeze to death. Hence the GOLDILOCKS zone not too hot, not too cold. Gotcha got a so cute. So that's one thing we could do. We could go find a planet. That's ready made for us to live on yeah. If I doubt that exists. Yeah, plus even if we did find it like I, said the closest exit planet that we know of I, think about ten light years away. That means it would take a photon which travels at the speed of light ten years to get there. We can't travel anywhere near the speed of light, so it might as well not exist. We're not photons so now we're not so alternately. A lot of people are proposing to take a planet or moon or asteroid or something, and turn it into something habitable for us, and that's Tara form. Yes find a nice little fixer upper planet. Go in there and flip it and move humanity there to ruin it. Maybe have a meltdown in front of the cameras. Yeah Make a couple of stupid things. cliffhangers Scher boom. You've got yourself a series. That's right. Tariff. A short video about this once about one hundred years ago. Where we explained it and sixty seconds. We just try that again. No. Play in, sit back and we also did one about lunar building a lunar base. Yeah, sure almost at a lunar base on the moon, but that's redundant. And that's another idea is well. We could just build lunar bases. Russia's doing that right. They announced in May or June. They WANNA build like habitable base up there. They plan spent several hundred million dollars and put it on the moon, and just start mining the moon. They WANNA get a jump on the rest of humanity in pretty smart, but building a lunar base rebuilding base anywhere floating city on Venus or anything like that. It's not tariff for me. That's building a base. Base somewhere floating city somewhere. Yeah, we're talking about changing the atmosphere of planet yet and more yeah, which requires a substantial amount of energy, a lot of foresight, and and a tremendous amount of patience and money. Yeah, money. Yeah, but I mean. If you take money and the amount of time I would say the amount of time is more depressing than the amount of money. You're going to have to think into it because what we're talking about is stuff that's not going to. Take Place. Until Millennia have passed. Yeah, there's all sorts of ranges of how long it might take. Reform Reform Planet right from a thousand years to. Twenty thousand years. Tough, forty thousand, yeah for Mars. To for us to be able to go to Mars and take off a helmet and be like. Michio Kaku has a very cheap idea. Have you ever seen his little short video? No explains in sixty seconds. What is he What's his idea? He's like you know. There's lots of CO two under the surface and all we have to do is heat that up a little bit and jump start the process. Yeah, and then it creates A. What do you call the catalytic effect and it just sort of sustains itself. Well, let's just. Start Yeah, so that's called what he's talking about. It's called The Standard Paradigm. That Mars. Has Enough Co two on the planet that if like he says you can just melt it, it will create an atmosphere that traps heat. Yeah, you know. We have a problem with C. o two on this planet so. People say need to go. Find another planet and create a greenhouse effect, and that will trap heat which melt more co two more and more, and it will create the cycle. Do there what we.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:51 min | 9 months ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Hey and welcome to the podcast Josh Clark with Charles W. Chuck Bryant Jerry rolling over there the system was that a real scare down yes thirty one because I was like on time for this any longer that's pretty funny because this just sort of all the three of us you guys are having a stare down over nothing you just over there grumpy like could we could go I was just doing my thing and then all I heard from you as nice job Jerry so like you could see that she gave it to her I mean J. one my friend belly the one who passed away from MS that I talked about he and I used to do a staring contest but it was a certain face we had to make okay and you had to not laugh that was our steering so we both make a certain face that he invented and the first one of us to break him laugh which was always me can can I see the face now okay I retired I understand answer okay well thanks for the story oh by the way very special listener mail coming up today everyone to stick around for that share the amazing eleven year old fan not a lot of here everybody gosh so delightful to hear from her all right so well let's just get through this then in Central Park Central Park it's huge said no you are not yet it's square it's rectangular Charles all right so let's talk about New York in between eighteen twenty one eighteen fifty five right the population of New York grew four times its size over that thirty four year period from fifteen people the sixty and they were crowded and people started moving further and further north like that was a funny joke I just made but you just said that the population of your quadrupled over thirty years the thirty four years and you know New York started set at the south as far as right people live in there and kept going further and further north and Manhattan wives sure sure yeah New York state common nobody Brooklyn too in Poughkeepsie no no sure all the boroughs yeah the outcome of the island of Manhattan right and things got so crowded that two people would gather in cemeteries to socialize yeah that was really weird so we've talked about that before we would like I don't remember what episode it was but we saw the stuff of my demise of ways or something park Sir you may begin to stones or something because we talked about cemeteries being designed to be park like because people guide picnics and some of the stuff all the material that has to do with Central Park makes it sound like that's all they had available we're cemeteries if they wanted to go hang out and have picnics and green space yeah it was involuntary or if it was designed that way you're both but yeah the date it was either as a tenement or a book commercial district or at the cemetery that was what you had if you were outdoors yeah I think I think it's not silly that's all you had but like maybe all you had that was close and accessible sure like the cemetery is you know six blocks from my apartment right and also as you will learn much of men not northern Manhattan but yeah counting northern Manhattan central Manhattan where Central Park now is you was gross swampland swampy rocky you know you're hanging out there anyway yeah forget the eighteen twenties let's go back two point six million years ago Chaco there was an ice sheet over New York state that was two miles thick and it just so happened to terminate the termination edge the that the well the edge of it sure late went right through the bottom of Manhattan went through Brooklyn and actually like all the height in heels and and Brooklyn that's because the that's actual hills right because the glacier push the ground up there because that's where it stopped growing forward but as these glaciers were moving down south from the north they were pushing boulders and rocks and stones everywhere and where they ended up and then finally retreated from the left all that stuff which is why they're boulders in Central Park there used to be a lot more boulders there so much so that the way it was just basically consider virtually unusable yeah they weren't that area was not being developed anyway which made it made it a a difficult task but it made it sort of the only place if you wanted to build a seven hundred plus acre park right that was kind of the the place to go right and so they did want to build the park because again if you wanted to go outside and hang out and have a picnic you had to go to green wood cemetery in Brooklyn that was basically it so the people who were living in New York wanted this but then also the upper society I guess the super wealthy yeah we're like yeah yeah this will put our town on the map man London's got Hyde Park terrace has won all the great cities have a great park but there's not one in the United States let's build in New York yeah you know that was was later like initially they there was no call for a park I mean it took forty or fifty years of lots of inhabitants to get this idea the original city plan in eighteen eleven had no mention of any parts but for you city planning nerds I know you know this already if your city planning nerd but John Randall junior he was the man who laid out that the grid for New York City I'm very famously SO documentary on it oh really yeah it's amazing he drove these iron I believe iron bolts into the ground with his fingers his bare hands it was a serving bowl and it was to map out that that grid like every block can't you see one still there's one in Central Park that they found a don't think they found any other ones in Central Park but it has nothing to do with central part because this is like a good fifty sixty years before the events thought of yeah forty years before they even thought of central point was like maybe this is part of the grid grid yeah so there's one in a boulder that I mean I'm not gonna say where it is are you got to go find it huh well that that's they try to keep it on the down low as far as the actual GPS coordinates like these people that hunted it down found it it's like a speakeasy but it's sort of in the system it's a bold things down and you will become the king of New York if you can pull it out you should not dare nothing should be there for eternity but there's there's supposedly more of them and there are people that go around trying to find these kind of neat you know Disney so I guess I'm a city pioneered at heart I have to say I came across the great site called the femoral New York the documents like all the new York that's been lost in built over in chains of time that's cool they have a great website go check it out because we got some some good stuff from them for this episode all right so where we left off before my nine thirty Segway was you were talking about wealthy new Yorkers saying we wanna park there's a more cynical view that was we want to park in that would also greatly increase increase the land value around the park right where we own houses yeah because just like today the area around Central Park was very well heeled well in some places right in other places not at all in the place where this where's what Central Park is now there was a lot of very low income people living there see a very rich people surrounding very low income people which I'm guessing with the low income people very nervous and eventually justifiably so because the low income people are the ones who had to move to make the park initially for the rich people should go and talk about that one Seneca village yeah and well there Seneca village and then there are largely Irish and German immigrants in Seneca village well and all over right econo lodge is only one small part of of this immigrant housing that was sort of around the park that the podcast channel begins evenings at nine on one oh six one FM talk finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack but not with zip recruiter it's powerful technology actively fines and invites qualified candidates to apply to your job so while other companies might deliver a lot of Hey zip recruiter 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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark. And there's Charles W Chuck Bryant Jerry over there and we are wasted. We're talking about wasted on excitement. That that's a great motto. Yeah and not a not the worst band name but not the best. It's not the best at also album title more like. Oh Yeah. It's a good album title. Maybe it's jungle. LX raise second album wasted on excitement or bathtub. Gin wasted on excitement. Bats have Jinja fish song. Oh it is The I was walking in the neighborhood yesterday and I saw a A car that was clearly like the child home for for Thanksgiving. It was like this in a beat up jeep from Florida and it had a fish sticker grateful dead sticker and one other thing college in this really nice thing and I was like Own Man I bet. I wonder how much we'd is hidden in that thing. Welcome home son. What's that smell right? Oh you being the sun where we act playacting. No it just it was that civic coffee is took went down the wrong wrong pipe the wrong pipe man. What's up with those faulty flaps? Probably Gin I love GIN and and I love reading about it and researching it and A might have a Martini tonight. As a result. I don't think there's any way you could not have a Martini after reading about Jin for hours and hours and hours. Yeah because GIN and tonic. Season is over for me. Sadly into wine season but wine season a Martini sason there some come morbidity entity their Martini seasons year round. Not For me I mean. I don't drink that many Martinez. It's a mood thing or if with Hodgman we'd pound him. Sure you you can't not drink Martinez when Hodgman's around yeah. Of course. Yeah no comment but correct. So we're talking gin it in because John is Great Love Gin And it turns out James Cat Pretty pretty interesting history to it. I think so too and we did an episode not not too long ago on short stuff actually on the difference between Bourbon and whiskey right. Has that been out yet. Even with the way our schedule works on the way heads. It's coming up tomorrow night. Okay Yeah Tomorrow's in today or tomorrow after this is released tomorrow is in the people who are listening to this day. It comes out uh-huh tomorrow to them. Select Group of humans as far as the dimension of time goes. That's right so Tomorrow everybody you'll hear shortstop let's talk about the difference between whiskey and Bourbon. One of the things that really stands out is there are a lot of laws surrounding whiskey especially in the United States. What makes whisky whisky? What you can call a specific kind of whiskey what you can put on the label of some kinds of whiskey? Lots and lots of laws exists a lot of the country. You don't forget that one. The spirit of America The native spirit of America. That's what it was okay but with Jin it's quite the opposite. Basically as long as you have a neutral grain spirit is distilled it I think eighty proof or higher are you can add whatever flavor you want to it and that you can call it Jin. Okay which is not whatever your if you you buy that thing that I just described although it's technically legally gin gin a lot of people call it flavored Vodkas but there's specific steps. You WanNa follow their specific things you want to do and more than anything. There's probably going to be a taste of juniper to it. Yeah that is that used to be very much the case Now and we talked a little bit about this on other episodes. Just Tangentially I think MHM is that there are many artists engine makers now that are doing all kinds of crazy Jen's in some many issuing the juniper altogether that beautiful little evergreen shrub those little cones that have that Piney CITRUSY peppery taste. Yep that we love so much By the way I should say our buddy Ben Harrison yeah the greatest generation in friendly fire. He I I've seen this online elsewhere. But as far as he knows he invented it. A smoke to GIN and tonic where he gets a little Like a chef's torch okay and smokes juniper berries and then throws the glass on top of it upside down and let's just smoke up and then turns it over and adds the ice in the In the rest of the mix there. I would like to try that. I've had like smoked Manhattan's and smoked Whiskey drinks. Oh yeah wood smoked kind of the same. Anything Yeah same same process. But I've never ever heard of a smoke. Gin and tonic. So hats off to Ben if he did invent that. Yeah it was good and also want onto an animal shelter it up before but I get this local tonic. Now that's delicious. That is the real deal. You know the Chin Shona Bark And it's very different than if you're used to traditional like schweppes tonic. Doesn't taste anything like that. No it's You cut it with a Soda Water and it's very very lovely taste. Oh yeah like good tonic. Water just amazingly good. Yeah and that's you know if if you talk about like fever tree will market sure That is still a little more of a traditional tonic. This stuff is Brown right In Syrupy and then you you you mix it with the soda and it becomes sort of a real version of that stuff so it's probably very similar stuff. They're drinking in India in the nineteenth century. I think so. So we'll go. We'll get we'll get to all that let's go back to Jin all right so you start off if you WanNa make gin and I have a gin making kit from last Christmas. I still haven't haven't used. This is inspired me to go home today and actually make my own GIN and impounded. I'll bring some in. We can all tickets up all right Justice justice up but you start with that base. Spirit ethyl alcohol that's ninety six percent. Ab that you can power a car on. Yeah and then you read the still gin and that is one of the keys here. A real real gin you re distill that spirit with whatever botanical panicles you end up choosing right but typically the main botanical. That's used in the main flavor profile of Jin aside from alcohol. You can power your car. Iran is that juniper berry that that traditionally in the Piney Evergreen any Some people call it like drinking a Christmas tree. WHAT MAKES GIN gin? Once you've had a Super Jinyu will never mistake if anything else for the rest of your life that's right and that base spirit can be And you should also wait until you're twenty one and a half share horse That baseball it can be it can be awry can be corn and can be barley but It can be really anything there. You can make potato Gin or Apple Jin I saw this company in Ireland. That was article advice. By Elizabeth Rush Ireland's best gin is made out of milk. Yeah I saw the two Bertha's Jin they make it And this is produced fully in Ireland which is a great thing because it's a byproduct of cheese making that way Sweet way they They they use. That had to make Jin. It's crazy. Yeah they ferment. The Way and then use that they distill that fermented beer basically And then you distill that further either in the process of bit or the presence of botanical and then you have Jin. It's just this multi step process. But because you're you're starting out with such a ridiculously high a proof Alcohol like neutral alcohol. You can use basically an old shoe to make that that neutral grain spirit is going to taste virtually virtually the same as neutral grain spirit made from or neutral spirit made from barley or from way or from potatoes or grapes it just the the alcoholic essence of those things. Yeah and apparently that fermented way is what makes Bailey's as well which I didn't know Bailey's Elise Irish whiskey for I did not know that either In this I gotta try this stuff. Though it's called Bertha's revenge her Bailey's Irish cream. I'm sorry would you say Irish whiskey. Yeah no no the the coffee additive. Let's Conor McGregor stuff or grandma Birth revenge looks delicious in it. Is I fully made an Ireland in Bertha apparently is cow named after yes she. She died at like age. Forty nine after giving birth to thirty thirty. Something cavs over her life again. She was a very prolific milk. Cow In many ways. Yeah but they They're not the only game in town making King Way based Chin there others as well supposedly again. It's it's they say that there's something in the way that even wanted distilled into its spirit here it There's some there's some mouth feel to it or some flavor profile. The A lot of people argue that. That's just not the case that no matter what you make it from. You're you're going to arrive at basically the same base neutral spirit okay. We'll find out. Just let me have some. I'll try Bombay on-base Sapphire which will later on Perhaps kickstarted the resurgence of GIN. Yeah did you know that in the United States no but it makes it a little bit of sense That I see the dates and the timelines of when it came over but They very proudly displayed their ten different botanical 's on the bottle liquorice juniper of course Kubab Berries in Jelica route almonds coriander cassia Bark Iris Root Lemon Peel and grains of paradise. Very nice. And I like a Bombay Sapphire Martini. That's a that's a good fallback for me. Although I'm a plymouth man through and through when it comes to Martinis yeah and I like. Ah generally unlike the Hendricks and like Tanqueray good old fashioned tanker tonics I'll get a Hendrix Martini when I'm out and about But if if family making it myself I used to like the more boring straightforward London. Dry Gin traditional ones for the Martini. And then I realized like no man. You want to go the exact opposite of that. You like the most botanical gene. You can find for a GIN Martini because I mean it's basically gin with a little bit vermouth right so you WanNa taste your gin. So I've kind of gravitated toward stuff like.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Pay welcome to the podcast I'm Josh Clark There's Charles W Chuck Bryant Jerry over there as part of project that's right where we left off Project Blue Book is officially been launched they're doing a pretty good job of investigating stuff at this point the salad days salad days of official investigate Asian you know every time I hear Sally Days I think of Monty Python Sketch about this is called salad they should look at check it out is there is there blood and blood in my money a lot of blood I'm in so let's talk about one thousand nine hundred eighty two this was a big if you talk the Salad Days view afo sightings speaking of Saturday this one of the big years there were fifteen hundred and one UFO sightings Nineteen fifty two which in nineteen fifty one there were one hundred sixty nine so there's a lot yeah almost a an increase of ten times that's right Pretty quarter of magnitude that's right yeah so that's a pretty big uptick I guess you could say and it just so happens that the air force had positioned itself already to investigate this stuff with an open mind yet and there were some big ones like there was one where the air force scrambled jets to intercept ah they called brilliant objects over Washington they were on radar and seen visually in the Sky Major General John Sanford he was a director of intelligence actually briefed the FBI on this one said it is not entirely impossible that the object sided may possibly be ships from another planet such as Mars he added that lasts no really really suck the wind out of his credibility yeah because he had a going with a pretty good sense there and he could have just said from somewhere else in the galaxy right he might as well have said Uranus and he might as well said Martians so name for it also I got the impression he went a little bit rogue here he held a press conference from what I understand of his own accord really yeah reassure the general public that the air force was on the case and that yes it's true we can't really explain all this stuff but we're looking into it but he included the word however very important right because what followed that was however a certain percentage have been made by credible observers of relatively in credit will things it is this group observations that we now are attempting to resolve yeah but there is no conceivable threat to the United States right I don't know if I would have felt better hearing that presser I wouldn't have yeah I would have been like I knew it I knew what the world's about the end yeah Martians who knows he's going to replace Tom Cruise using top gun there's this utter chaos disorder that's right so there's an article much the same way that the Saturday evening post helped put a kind of a damper on the UFO crazed or to the air force back in the forties the UFO fever that spiked in nineteen fifty two was helped along by a life. magazine article but it's not from the air force no no it was like the opposite it was called have we visitors from outer space it's such a Nineteen fifties headlining in a yes and they offered or they said they were offering scientific evidence that there's a real case for planetary saucers and then think about ten sightings that they kind of just went over in great detail right it was a very long article it was it really made the case that yes there was probably extra Terrestrial visiting US but that was a big issue of life shirt I bet they sold a lot of those yeah and they I mean it landed really well really hard among the American public because we're in the grips of UFO fever again so while this is going on like it kind of died down a little bit as craze and in fact the I think the air force is kind of surprised when it flared up again because it had a little bit died down from nineteen forty seven to say nine hundred forty nine nineteen fifty and then all of a sudden I'm fifty two I don't know where it comes back it's like a him read you thought you taking care of exactly that's an exact analogy perfect so the CIA they had been kind of keeping tabs on this stuff I wondered about this when I was reading this I was like where did they this whole time that's exactly what they wanted you wonder and then can lewd they're not doing anything exactly because that'd be on the news right right so it turns out that the CIA was doing something even though it wasn't on the news there was a guy named H H Marshall Chadwell. Where did all these people come from y'all or something everyone involved in this this UFO investigate she came from Yale they sound like blue bloods so he was the assistant director of scientific intelligence for the CIA and he basically said Hey we don't know l. what these are by the way I don't know if you've been paying attention to this stuff but we should probably investigated that's right so he he got a panel impaneled there's really no other way to put it like that word in nineteen fifty two and it was led by physicist very famous likable physicist named Howard Percy Robertson? He's likable physicists. Shirt he was a very very well liked in his class at Yale he would be h Percy Robertson the L. though I guess so he really he wouldn't go by how he loosen the club tie by going by Howard Percy yes so he was from how tech and he looked into this thing and they had this panel and they met for four days twelve hours a few hours a day and that seems little skimpy to me but whatever same here only got three hours a day to do they just basically around the room taking turns reading that life magazine article out loud against so cussing what they thought about it so repelled is still here he's the head of a blue book at the time still hynick was there he's still around yeah he's in there he's never left right no he's part of this this ongoing project that's right investigation and then other people that were involved that you know should have been in the room and were in the room and they were all presenting what they thought were the most interesting cases to what would be eventually known as the Robertson Panel Right Robertson pounds of thank you very much all of you we'll be in touch don't call us we'll call you and they issued a final report and it said that ninety percent of all UFO cases could be explained by meteorology meteorological astronomical celestial known scientific stuff sure technology that that's believable okay the ten percent though if we spend enough time and energy investigating it we could also explain those yeah that's where the BS comes in their conclusions is that given enough time and effort one hundred percent of all UFO sightings could be explained under known scientific chronological Oh explains and no-one said so are you saying that ten percent of these are so confounding that you can't explain them and they went yeah but we could yeah we just don't have enough time right exactly it's a really passive aggressive way of saying there's no such thing as alien yeah pretty much so that but that is ultimately what they said yeah but here's the thing though they did see that this was the fact that people were siding these UFO's and it was all over the papers The craze was a bad thing and dangerous even because the Cold War is heating up like we were talking about the Soviets have been known to secretly exploited the American Psyche That never happens anymore of course now they don't do anything like that you'll it's like you said this was the Cold War that's right they were known to do this kind of thing and they thought this is a perfect opportunity for the Soviets to come in fake reports about UFO's get everyone distracted worked up into a frenzy they start asking them questions about pulsating throbbing and they said and not only that but the Soviets I read their papers or have them read to me and they don't have any reportings of UFO sightings so they're clearly if there are any either keeping a lid on it and this is our problem that they can exploit we can't do the same back to them right so all the Soviets had to do would be come in and be like your foes basically like shouting fire and crowded theater which is illegal of course as everyone knows that's right so this is a this is.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

14:24 min | 1 year ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Mark hey welcome to the podcast I'm Josh Clark Chris Charles W Chuck Bryant Jerry over there and this is stuff you should know the mellow gold edition we talked about that Yeah sure but I think beck was really talking about am soft rock from the seventies which I gotta say is like right up Alley these days I know love I mean I've always loved it but I'm I'm really honest streak right now yeah you were championing the yacht rock thing uh-huh ah I discovered Kenny loggins like new Kenny loggins only from the top gun era oh wow and then that one caddyshack song which I was not it crazy about then even further back before the caddyshack thing it was just beautiful Messina Yeah well how five heard any Messina stuff so yeah I'm catching them right after the Messina part right before the caddyshack park okay that's pretty narrow Kenny loggins knee right there but anyway I'm talking about Mellow Gold because I think you and I can both agree chuck that even just reading about beekeeping Cologne actually engaging in the act of beekeeping is about the most mellow just relaxing thing that you can possibly do on this it I think it's a just above bird-watching in birding because birds don't sting you okay so it's less mellow than bird-watching then yes less mellow bird-watching is the most mellow on the planet okay and I think because there's stinging then B.'s half to be just slightly more stressful yeah we should probably just go ahead and cut to that particular chase like if you were a beekeeper you're going to get stink like the B.'s don't necessarily know you exist in they certainly don't will learn to love you or anything like that there's just certain tricks and techniques you can do to vastly cut down on the chance you're going to be stung but you're going to be stung like from what I've seen several dozen times a year from working very closely with these handling him interacting with them and so if you have a B. Allergy you probably don't want to take up beekeeping but don't turn this episode off because as we were just saying even just reading or hearing about beekeeping is relaxing yeah and it's a it's a great thing to do for the environment now because bees are super important to the environment and they're dying off because people spray for mosquitoes and use herbicides and things like that in their yard and that's not cool no but it's not just that remember there's there's the colony collapse Order episode that we did Oh no one ever got to the bottom of of what has been the cause of this like so many different culprits from like roundup you to get her to pesticides to cell phone towers was the culprit there for lawler suspecting culprit but as far as we I know as far as I know we don't know exactly what it is that's leading to call any collapses order so yeah it is a good thing to say you know what I'm going to oversee a colony of bees make sure that they are just in hog heaven as far as their little life spans are concerned that's right and we did a full episode on Bees in January two thousand thirteen what else do we do on we did a TV show episode on bees and I sent you a clip from in that episode today and We both good laugh I thought it was good I was like this is actually pretty good compared to how I remember Yeah Wow talk so bad really funny that's how I used to feel about it like I couldn't watch ten seconds strung together it was so cringe to me I guess enough time has passed where now I look back on it I'm like actually not nearly as bad as I remember it being established has kicked in it's the Sean on affect I guess that's funny you say not because I was just listening to Sean yesterday see yeah it's sad baader-meinhoff effects what's going down even more astounding because I was listening to bite her Meinhof this morning so beekeeping in the United States is becoming more and more popular these days here's a stat and this was this is article from the old how stuff works website but it's from Dave Bruce Fron Dave Ruse from our area and that's how I found it because I'm looking for ruse specific material now it it's it's just bona fide good stuff it is but he had a stat here from twin twenty seventeen where there were about two point six seven million honeybee colonies and the us and of course a lot of these are from you know from big be big honey right but there's a lot of backyard beekeepers just doing their best work in going out there with their mellow gold smoke enough those hives and getting out that sweet sweet nectar yeah and actually those are good people to buy it from if you believe in immunotherapy like I do which apparently is still considered unproven Hoodoo but it makes so much sense that you could introduce small amounts of like local pollen that you may develop analogy to prevent from getting allergies which means that you want on a bye honey that's been produced within ten twenty miles maybe of where you live yeah so you would want to go find one of those small beekeepers who sells their honey yeah if you're on your your facebook neighborhood page or your next door neighbor had page chances are you will see someone pop up every now and then it says I've got honey or eggs or something like that or goat's milk just go get that stuff and eat it up right who wants goat's milk and goat's milk you know the traditional facebook post groups right you could also go to say like a street festival in your town or something like that like a little community festival you're probably going to find local honey there or health food store thin line that goat's milk you know yeah and while beekeeping is for sure fine and this made me want to do it and they do it one day me to you got to have some time it is not the easiest thing in the world do it's it it kind of came across to me as one of those things that like a lot of like a lot of stuff like this your first batch may not be the best but like you learn and you learn and you get better and better at it yeah and I WANNA shout out to also to some of the great resources in addition to this House works article I actually called a guy from honey harvest farms in Glynn Maryland is named Jeff and Jeff help me out with some info like just couldn't find online but some of the sites I came across include Carolina honeybees iron oak farm and and scientific beekeeping and all three of those are great resources but there's a lot of really good resources on the Internet to help explain how to do this and answer more arcane questions there's tons of forms like people who are really into beekeeping I found are called beaks Geeks for short and they they are definitely into this so there's tons of resources out there to to kind of get started in just kind of dive in but yeah I got the impression that there's always more to learn shirts and each colony over the years is probably has its own personality I guess is how you'd put it yes should we go back in time though and talking about the history I think so because they found honey that is fifty five hundred years old where in Georgia Ah Georgia oh Georgia yeah and honey is very famous for not going bad you know they say if you find old honey like that you can just heat it up and it will go back to being just delicious honey even if it's crystallized right because yes the crystallization is just kind of unavoidable consequence of aging but it's easy to reverse right just for a little bit of heat yeah again flowing right so did they taste that honey I'm not sure if they tasted that honey but they found other old honey that they've tasted and it's supposed to be pretty good honey tastes like honey I think right and it does it stores it tastes like chicken and its doors forever like literally from what we understand because it sterile and it stays generally sterile But the the earliest depiction of actually rating a beehive of beekeeping is not really be keeping it's basically just a picture of it guy in a cave in Spain on the cave walls sticking his hand into a beehive and it's from something like believe eleven thousand years ago yeah nine thousand AC and yeah sticking his hand in that honey pot as far as real beekeeping goes and on a domesticated level we all know that they did it in Egypt in about twenty five hundred BC but of course people think China probably or not us show cast his lot with Egypt everybody beat us do it here in Egypt so in Egypt eventually they have something like on in hieroglyphs they have like beehives clearly depicted honeypots and then they've also found hives that were even built clearly human built made of clay and Straw from as as late as twenty nine hundred years ago in Israel so we've been into honey for a very long time in at some point we figured out that you could probably suffer a lot fewer bee stings if you kind of what's the word insinuated and yourself into this bee colony and that's ultimately would be keeping his we'll see it's human saying okay I kind of get this life cycle of the bees and the bee colony and what's going on here I'm going to kind of manipulate this or oversee it supervised I guess is how you put it in this natural process in order to basically steal all the honey from the bees at the end of the summer that's right in a way where they can keep making honey because early days the very first beehives that people indicated were hollowed out stumps and tree logs and things and they would destroy these they would get that honey and then be like all right is just destroy and kill everything that gave us this delicious honey there was a better way forward later but it also took the SCALP ESCA EP if you've ever seen dean what looks like a a turnover basket with a hole in the bottom as sort of the symbol of beekeeping that's called the SCAP and still use them today here and there I think like the most hardcore old school naturalist beekeepers might use a skip Rita hipster hipster is he skiffs MHM or they outside developing-world we we rarely use than these days but they're still around and you can find pictures of him and if you look at on on images online and they have pictures of them turned over and you can see the comb stuffed in there it's kind of cool looking right yeah yeah and like you said is basically like the international kind homespun symbol of of beekeeping in honey raising that's right but that was not any better for the B because you had to destroy the hive with those as well right which is for the beast but it's also bad for the beekeeper because you have to reestablish a new call in every time harvest and you can keep a colony going for a lot longer than just one year you know Yeah and things really kind of took a leap forward in Switzerland In the eighteenth century with a man named Francois Huber who had the first movable high the leaf hive uh-huh which was sort of like a book had turned like a book would and this was a good design because you could get these get the honey and not the brood and you can remove these leaves without killing the colony which is a great step forward but it still wasn't like the best design yet and that would never really caught on it didn't catch on despite Huber's efforts to promote it he would go into town and say oh well let's see what's on the next page B.'s what's on the next and more bs everyone and townfolk just never really caught on now but in the nineteenth century there's a guy named Thomas Wiedemann and he I started working with what are called Bar hives which I've also seen called Kenyan bar high so I suspect that Thomas Wild and got the idea from Kenya but it's like is clear long trough for like you know those standing planters that you can keep a number of plants in but it's it's basically like a a long rectangular raised box hanging down but if you pull that that bar up you see that the bees have have created combs dangling from those those bars which is this this bar hive is is still very much in use today shirt just not nearly as widespread as one we're about to talk about yes there would be a man from Pennsylvania Minister Name Lorenzo Lang Strath who said I will one day be the father of American beekeeping number one is like what are you talking about he said just pay attention because I have discovered what's called the b space and everyone was like what are you talking about is this a sermon he was widely questioned like everything he said he'd be successfully and he found out that these would not even build a comb in a space tighter than one centimeter right and so he said this the beasts base where they can produce the comb in the.

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Stuff You Should Know

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey, Matt I have yet to ride one of those birds scooters 'cause I hate those things that does not surprise me at all Joe. But you know, I've been getting Instagram adds to give me to become a bird charger to join that gig economy. Oh, that's right. Just like Uber folks are getting targeted to start side hustles to make an extra buck or even to try to make a career out of it. But should you? Do it not all side hustles are created equally. Exactly every week. We dive into practical money topics like this on our podcast. Listen and subscribe to our show on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast. Just search for how to money. Welcome step. You should know how stuff works dot com. Hey and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark. There's Charles w Chuck Bryant Jerry's not here. But who cares because we are at the beautiful and more theater in get this Sydney. Australia. Not a bad start feed the bird. Well, we got to cut that part out Jerry cut. No, they were very primitive because they said people don't come here. They literally said that. Yeah. So to start this show usually with the live show we like to go back in time because we like to treat the audience to a free ride on the way back machine. Right, which unfortunately, doesn't exist. It's imaginary. Because some odd I just need you all the use your imagination though. Kaley put on your thinking caps or your imagination kids some sort of cap that will help you get into the way back. Maybe closure is this getting the Lotus pose. I don't care. But we're all on the way back machine. Now, we're going to Iran nuclear go to we're going to go to America. We came to us. Julia to bring you back to America in eighteen seventy six so that's where we are. Right now. The funny thing is we don't even rehearse this stuff. Can you can you tell? All right. So it's eighteen seventy six in America where we come from. We're just eleven years removed from the civil war the American civil war. Let's see Thomas Edison had just given us the own. Sorry, Alexander Graham, Bell had given us. The telephone Thomas says and was still just a big loser. And he couldn't get the light bulb to light up. It would still be three years away from that Jesse James is robbing banks. This is old timey America, basic, right, right? And the whole reason we're in eighteen seventy six because we want to point out just how terribly horribly people eight back, then I mean, they well you'll see let me give you an example for breakfast. If you were sitting down for a normal breakfast. Somebody would bring out a whole life pig and butcher in front of you assaulted and make you eat the whole thing in one sitting that was just the first caught she's far out. The potatoes would be fried in the congealed fat from last night's pig. That actually sounds very nice there were well give you this breakfast. Okay. Hasn't changed all that much? There were eggs that kind of thing. But. This was what people ate every single day. There is no breakfast on that go. It was heavy breakfast. Every morning Greenwich. They were all farming and stuff like that. But still it was pretty heavy breakfast. Even if you lived actually out in the sticks you may eat a little healthier things like gruel in mush. But number one you're eating grueling mush, which is terrible. And then Secondly, it took you hours to prepare this gruel in mush. So either you're eating really really unhealthy or you were eating food that took a very long time to prepare. Yeah. So that's breakfast. We don't even get into lunch, but it's probably more of the same. But I found it dinner listed online from del Monaco's in New York City and granted this is a very fancy sort of celebrate Tori, dinner that was planned out for a politician. But this is how that went down. I course a rot wasters a choice of two soups in order and a fish course. That's the first course, there's a course. In a court. There's four courses in the first course, the next course, saddle of lamb, which I don't even know what it is. But it makes me sad. Fillet of beef. All right. Not bad. We followed by chicken wings, NP's and also lamb chops with beans in artichokes, because you know, you need some veggies in there, right? All right makes the healthy. What came next what came next was a casserole terrapin on casserole Alam, Maryland, which is turtle. You can turn. And that's Australia. Saying that I figured you guys would be like, yeah, we eat turtle. All the time. So that's the next course, then you have Zora bay. And you're like, okay. Well, that's the end of the meal. No that is to cleanse the palate before the roast course comes out, which was I'm not lying, which was canvasback duck and quail. And then finally you get your dessert heavy creamed ice creams whipped cream jelly dishes banana, moose pastries petite, fours liqueurs, and then a little fresh fruit at the very end because why not and in-between courses they would smoke cigarettes to keep from puking everywhere. And then they would finish the whole meal off the big fat cigar, and then they would die. So there was actually a wall. The poet Walt Whitman called something called Pepsi, which is constipation diarrhea in by the way, subtle in for a lot of poop talk in this to say. Constipation diarrhea somehow both of the same time indigestion just basically wanting to die because you ate so much that was called the great American evil this Pepsi was or the great American stomach ache because everybody ace so terribly everyone just walked around going like good to meet you. How's the stock market doing today? It was just like everyone felt terribly all the time. Yeah. But it wasn't unusual is just how people eight everyone just figured this is how you eat you eight nine courses of of meat meal, saddle of lamb is that you feel like crap afterward. So in the midst of all this flatulence and Michigan state in our country. There were two brothers born who would go on to revolutionize health and diet go on to do a lot of weird stuff too. But they were decades and decades they had their time in many, many ways, and their names were John Harvey and will Keith Kellogg and run for the killer brothers. And if you're thinking these guys just fly across the world to talk about serial we did. But it's also about poop. And masturbation. Believe it or not, and and religion, and somehow all the things coalesce in this kind of strange story in oddly, the coalesce around the Seventh Day Adventist church to you guys have that here. Are there any members here? All right. Probably didn't make fun of it a little bit. I just wanted to make sure it's good natured ribbing talks. Knees level. So the brothers the brothers Kellogg. John Harvey and will. They didn't like each other very much even though they spent all of their life together. Practically John Harvey was the older one by eight years, and he was abusive to his younger brother and just about every way in older brother could be as they were growing up. And then once they became adults John Harvey hired will so that he get abused them. Further into adulthood, pretty much, and he did things like like John Harvey would ride his bike, which is very unusual at the time to ride a bike just for exercise. But he would make will jog alongside them and take dictation because that's what a jerk does. That's only half of it. He would also he was obsessed with his poop, and he would go into us to go number two. Or I don't know what you call that here. Is it number two? Okay. So really the universal language. Comforting. He would go on to take number to have a little brother come in and take notes about his stools and keep a log keep a log. I didn't even mean that. Oh boy. Keep a log, log food blog. So they didn't get along. John Harvey was a jerk, and he was not paid well later on when they actually worked together his little brother never got a formal title. So it should come. As no surprise that later in life. The two brothers would go onto countersue one another time and time again, and basically not speak to each other. Right. It's very sad said and interesting. Yes, that should be the name of our show. So the. I like that. It's like good idea. Maybe they'll be spin offs. So John Harvey, and we'll Kellogg were raised in a little town called battle creek Michigan in battle creek. Michigan became the seat of the seventh day. Adventist church and Seventh Day Adventists grew out of something called Miller ISM, which was a religious movement that was formed around a guy named William Miller appropriately enough and William Miller had a knack for incorrectly predicting the second coming of Christ. Like he was good good at not being accurate. Yeah. So he had some followers and he said brothers on October twenty ancestors sorry on October twenty second eighteen forty four. God will come back again, the world's going to end, and it's gonna get

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey, everybody what you're about to hear is our very first live Christmas spectacular. Hey, everybody. Josh is here too. So yeah, this is a lot of fun, man. We did a hometown live Christmas show at the center stage theatre in Atlanta. This was in real time. This is what last just a few days ago. It was it was a great show. We brought the house down. I think is how they put it in. And it was cold and rainy and Atlanta United was playing in a championship game and people still packed out the center stage, and that really meant a lot to. So it was great. It was a Christmas miracle, frankly. Yeah. In you're going to notice something different. We actually used visual cues in this episode for the first time, and we're gonna post those on Facebook. So if you want to see the pictures that we're talking about in our different segments. You can go to Facebook. Check those out, and we also did a Christmas reading this year, they contemporary book, which is kinda cool. We did a reading from a wonderful wonderful kids book called meet the lot 'cause tells the actual real story of Hanukkah and how that. About in a very fun child way. And it was written by man name Allen Silverberg, you can buy that wherever you buy your books. It's really wonderful or you can go to silver books dot com. That is S. I b e r book Stott com and check out what Allen's up to and it's not just for Jewish families. Like, you should just spread the word of Hanukkah to to all children because it's a really great story. Yeah. It's a really great book to to thank to Alan. And here we go away we go. Welcome T stuff. You should know from how stuff works dot com. Hey and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark. There's Charles w Chuck Bryant Jerry's even out there somewhere. And we are here live. Time. We love you too. I just lost. The only gift you've ever given me. That's not true. The way are you going to put it on well headed on? I was like why my hotter than usual. All right. This perfectly Taylor Mayport. Nice. So. We wanted to give you guys some information because podcast, right? Yes. I'm redoing the horrible clumsy segue that I did already before we started. We're going to talk to you about the history of aluminum trees, they may have aluminum tree in here. K- few people over eighty that over there. There is an aluminum three over here and Chuck get that. Yeah. The story here is is that this is now belongs to us in my family this belong to Emily's grandmother. She still with us tonight here tonight because as you all know Maria's how she now ninety eight. Yes. Oh, there there was like a so weird that that person of their no sold Maria's. And she sounds just like my wife who I've been looking at over here Emily's. And that lady's like Chuck total creep. Looking at me. Emily's throw your voice. So she's ninety years old. She's still with us which is mazing, but that was their tree, and as you can tell if you're on the side of the stage, we will describe all these things in greater detail. But that is an original from the nineteen fifties early sixties aluminum tree complete with color wheel euro there. I'm sorry. You can see peaking above the bar. So it's an aluminum Trie as Chuck and the aluminum trees got their start through the great American process of of intellectual property theft. That's right. There is a guy from a company called aluminum specialties news walking on the street, Chicago one day, and he stopped. He saw a tree may not have aluminum any thoughts. The most amazing thing ever. They looked at the prices like hundred bucks seems a little steep. Anna looks a little heavy Abed. I can do better than that. So we went back to headquarters he said, look guys, I saw a tree made out of wing fourth aluminum. But it was too heavy. It was too expensive. We can do better and aluminum specialty said giddy up the try and by the way, I heard a bell jingling in a looking here looking there. It's my hat. Is there? Someone behind me. Sorry says it is kicking in. Should be a good show. So I did a little I know you're the you're the inflation calculator man, but I did locating. So those original trees from Chicago that he saw decided to rip off

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Support for stuff you should know, comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans who are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate, shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why I quick and loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop. Here's a crucial part. Everyone if rates go up your rate stays the same, but if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win to kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender to get started, go to rocketmortgage dot com slash stuff. Rachel approval only valid on certain thirty year purchased transactions. Additional conditions exclusions apply based on quickenloans data in comparison to pelican, records equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states and MLS consumer access dot org. Number thirty thirty. Hey, everybody, it's me, Josh. And I just want to remind you that we are releasing a brand new podcast called short stuff. It's got its own feed and everything, but it's still the same great kind of stuff you should know that you love. It's got me and Chuck and. Jerry, but the topics are briefer, and the episodes are shorter, and we hope you like it. It's it's own thing. It comes out every Wednesday, and you can find it by going to apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts and searching for short stuff. Enjoy. Welcome step. You should know from how stuff works dot com. Hey, and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark. There's Charles w Chuck Bryant Jerry's over there. Jerry said, go. So this is stuff you should know which America loves because it rhymes. What rhymes Jerry Saco. So it's stuff you should know an Americans love rhymes, isn't that the new reality show America loves rhyming. That'd be cool. It'd be like a hip hop, right, kind of talent show. Yeah. I think that'd be neat. America's got rhymes. Yes. Is going pretty good. How about you? Man? I'm good. I'm finally all cleared up for my weird. Australian gold. Oh, that's good. You sound much better. You look good. Yeah, just love in life again. Well, not that, but I feel physically able. Life and stuff right now, but it is you're like in the grips of it strung out on the little tired going on. If I keep saying if you see me alive in November than that means all is well. Yeah, almost there Chuck just another month. Ish. Yeah. Yeah. What stinks is Tober is my favorite month generally, but the sectors is the suck. Yeah, you're a Holloway. Lean is your favorite holiday kind of person. I love it. Just Halloween. Football's cranking up that I fall breeze blows in the whole thing of October, but of course it Lanta. So it's still, you know, in the nineties, it's weirdly hot. Ridiculous Atlanta's got some odd weather. We'll give you that. My friend I was telling Jerry the other day, that assault thing I believe is the New York Times had this interactive feature where you could see how many days above ninety degrees where you lived was when you were born compared to now and in nineteen seventy-one. Atlanta had fifty five days above ninety. Now it has seventy seven and in another like ten years, I think it'll be ninety days above ninety degrees. Wow, because it climate change or is that just New York Times, editorial opinion. No. I mean, this is that these are the fan. Facts. They didn't say why we could debate that if you ought. To me. No. I mean, that's just the reality of the temperature. They weren't saying, I think, let's just draw our own conclusions. Sure, sure. I know point is it's hot. It is hot, and you know what happens when it's hot, Chuck. I love the segue algae blooms. Yup. Happens when algae blooms, fuel is born all kinds of things potentially. You're born cosmetics, mayonnaise. Food, livestock sushi Suci all this stuff. All of it is born when algae blooms sushi sandwiches. Shushi Shushi Shan witch. Steve Brule you have our heart? Yeah. I had a a very flirted with greatness. When a publicist for John C Reilly said that he might be on movie crush and it did not happen. So I'm sorry about that. It's right. That would have been. I would have been pretty exciting. You're broken up for a little while they weren't you, right? Yeah. You you recover just like it was an Australian cold? Nothing. All right. So let's talk. I'll gee, this is pretty remarkable. Yes. So we should kind of set the stage here because just in the last couple years, the bottom is kind of dropped out on the algae's biofuel push among venture capitalists in oil companies dropped out his in, not happening, not happening at least now right now there is there is this moment in time about two thousand eleven at say, I think two thousand fifteen wear. It looked like at least as far as like money in attention. In in media exposure that was being thrown at algae, was that it was. It was the next great bio-fuel and that it was going to happen really soon. But the thing that I was learning about venture capitalists is like they don't like soon. They like right now. And so as it became very clear that a lot of the early preliminary results from the lab were not necessarily translating into the real world, a lot of people walked away. But in doing that that it's not to say that l. g. as a bio fuel isn't going to be a viable fuel of the future, it's just going to take a lot more money in a lot more time than everybody at. I was kinda hyped up for the last couple of years, so it's still there. The promises still there. It's just not happening tomorrow. Some people predict it might not even happen the century, but I take issue with that. I think it will happen in the twenty first century. Well, it's funny because I did occasionally for stuff like this. I will search just news on the Google and. Today, there popped up an article about a company in Hawaii that is, in fact pushing forward after all their testing and everything. They're pushing forward with with a with the plant with a biodiesel production plant from algae. So that's awesome. At least one places don't it in Hawaii. Yeah, I think I think there are a few companies. They're like, we're staying the course we're going to figure this out. Yeah, but what I saw in the parlance of venture capitalists, the industry's pivoted to food production more than food in food in additive production more than fuel. But from the research, they're learning how to grow more algae faster and better in harvesting it, more cheaply and processing and more cheaply. All of those lessons can be extrapolated over to the fuel industry as well. So as long as people are messing around with algae, there's a lot of good stuff that's gonna come from and I can understand after researching this article, we're all that hype came from. Because it's just like beautiful stuff. Yeah,

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Stuff works dot com hey and welcome to the podcast i'm josh clark there's charles w chuck bryant jerry gerrymander yeah that's our pet salamander gerrymander and this is steffi should know that was a dad joke right out of the gate man i apparently that's all i've got these days or dead jokes there's nothing wrong with that i guess not which is really just the way of saying middle aged dude jokes sure sure 'cause i think our senses of humor decline we get less funny look at jim gaffe again but we think we're funnier bright hot pockets actually i t's jim i i love your work oh you pals no no no but i do love his work i just a fan yeah i'm like i like absolutely zero there is zero not to like about jim gaffe again you know my buddy jim i so he's he's sort of pals with them he says he's a good guy i like there's no way he's not know you know like he just you can't you can't you can't make up that level of like coolness in niceness and perch ability affable even maybe gaffe ability he just went that's gene seven minute trayvon totally as if he listens to this show so here we're diving into politics which we keep saying like oh let's not do that because his political but this is very newsy in not everyone understands gerrymandering and i think it's this file this under psa because it's a big deal and it stinks and it's been going on for a long time yeah it was i'm definitely one of those people who didn't understand it like i knew yeah had to do with drawing maps and you could draw him so that their unfair and i never thought well how do you do that and i found out thanks to researching this episode and apparently it's gotten way worse in recent years drew so to understand gerrymandering though you have to understand a little bit about the house of representatives one of the two houses of congress ones the senate wants the house of representatives in webster's defines yeah so the deal the house is is that the founding fathers invented the house or establish let's say the house to be a much more sort of of the moment reactive fair ultra democratic group of governing body in that it's only every two years and the idea was to have a lot of turnover and had them really you know because there's four hundred thirty five of them had them really really tied to their constituents right so it's just a super fairway for things that really matter to you on a smaller level are heard as opposed to the senate which is you know far far fewer right and there are a couple of ways that they did this one like you said elections are held every two years all congress people are up for reelection every two years and they're they're elected directly by the people they represent right and when they start i think there is sixty five seats in the house of representatives and by nineteen twelve i think it was up to four hundred thirty five and they added seats because they establish the house of representatives to to represent a set proportion of population population so each congressperson represents one chunk of america the from their state right so the larger and larger america grew the more and more congress people you needed and then finally in nineteen twelve they said oh we can't do the same more we're just gonna if you have too many congress people they're going to you're not going to be able to do anything it's just be right so they kept it at four hundred thirty five and that does something it's it it means.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Welcome to step you should know from how stuff works dot com hey and welcome to the podcasts them josh clark lose charles debbie chuck bryant jerry the wears waldo i'd give me their apparently and i wish people did here in between stuff i think jerry was recording that last one area fix ts to give us neat little out takes but she doesn't do that anymore mistaser longgone they exist in the volvo i don't naked now now i don't know what's wrong with me i am poff today at a your game yeah it's weird well i think this is the perfect podcasting city straight why because is something that we both have some passion about against yeah i think anybody who's seen um the documentary this film has not yet raided yeah that would be a very difficult to not be persuaded to feel strongly about the mp a in its practices in at least how they do things but we're going to try to be objective yeah i'm going to go ahead and say upfront i have no problem with raiding a films content so parents can decide whether or not it's appropriate thanks valuable but i think there ways to do it that i don't think the npa does yes to how i just wanted to float that early on okay i think those probably smart okay um i don't have kids so i don't really whatever but i mean i can understand the value of that kind of thing yeah but it gives you an idea like i like having idea what i'm about to see to i feel like i can tell just from watching a trailer preview seeing a movie.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"A and welcome to the podcast i'm josh clark there's charles w chuck bryant jerry's over there so this is stuff you should know the podcast correct we are not going dark now but that's a thing it is a thing for the battle for the net action day battle of the network stars notice net kit battle for the net year which i would guess most people have heard of maybe not by that name necessarily but save fewer john oliver phanor have been paying attention at all to the fcc rules about net neutrality um battle for the net does is kind of at the forefront of all that he end since our show comes out on a tuesday which is july xi in that is the day that uh some websites elected go dark i think they're going dark the next day on the twelfth yep okay all right well then an appeals abed way but we figured we are actually those someone wrote in suggesting this um than maybe instead of going dark because you guys probably can't do that may be should just do an episode on net neutrality to teach all the peoples about the things bright and there's little is a pretty pretty good i as suggestion i agree good suggestion i am i feel bad that we um i can't remember who was that wrote him but thank you for that border was you know who you are because you're the only one who did yeah they don't do it for the glory now.

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"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"charles w chuck bryant jerry" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey and welcome to the podcasts i'm josh clark thirst charles w chuck bryant jerry's over there us of this stuff you should know the podcast we want to give before we get started a big congratulations to our newest colleagues emily and bridget with the official relaunch of stuff mom never told you yet check they just debuted last week i believe and they come out wednesday's fridays her yes so but monday tuesday while tuesday wednesday thursday friday the four of us have you covered yes to do we have any shows a comment on monday we do all right well jerry is nodding so that means we've got you covered every day the week let's just say that nice that's the house the fourth way the idea uh anyway just congratulations to them that's awesome another they've been running classic episodes while they were down and getting restarted and it's no small thing to come in and take a show over but they're doing an awesome job inner both uh great broadcasters in you know i'm i'm in support of them out there that's my official position i know that senate weirdly political yet good luck and best wishes to britain namely so you guys go check it out wednesdays and fridays anywhere you get podcasts he can get stuff mom never told you yes and apologize i apologize for my voice oh yeah what's up with your voice man of just had this upper respiratory thing won't go away now let's thinks and so unless i am constantly wedding my throat it gets weirdly deepen craxi paying a lot more than usual while i'm drinking a lot of water and paying a lot but i would literally have to drink between every sentence to keep it silky smooth.

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