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The World's Highest-Dwelling Mammal Lives Atop a Volcano
"In twenty thirteen to mountaineers were nearing the top of Vulcan Judy Jayco a twenty two thousand foot tall volcano on the border of Chile and Argentina. When they saw something unexpected, just two thousand feet below the summit climbers spotted a mouse scurrying across the snow. It's really a remarkable citing his known expected wild mammals to be living at an elevation of over twenty thousand feet. At that elevations that the scarcity of oxygen oxygen that makes it really a challenging. Place to to survive in function. But then also just the extreme cold, it's an extremely inhospitable environment J. Starts and evolutionary biologist at the University of Nebraska. The climbers reached out to starts because he studies how animals adapt to high altitudes and he was so intrigued that he decided to make his own trip to survey the area starts and his colleagues spent a month that Jews Zhigo earlier this year where they confirmed with the climber saw they found mice everywhere including on the summit officially setting a new record for the world's highest dwelling. Mammal. Start says, the summit citing was fortuitous, his climbing partner Mario Perez, Mamani saw the mouse dive under a rock just starts made it to the top exhausted and groggy from the thin air. It took starts a minute together his wits, but he eventually managed to catch the mouse with his hands starts collected that mouse and others as museum specimens that will enable future scientific analysis. They also their encounter on video. The report is in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences now that he's home starts wants to understand how these mice can survive in such harsh conditions, and conversely what prevents other animals from venturing. So high clearly the the device that are living these extreme altitudes. Have physiological capacities that are very different from your typical rodent. He and his colleagues are comparing the genomes of the mice from Judea Jayco to their lowland relatives to see if they can identify the animals high altitude adaptations. He's curious whether they have evolved some of the same strategies as mice that live at high elevations, in north, America in the Himalayas. Starts also wants to know how mice are finding food on top of a barren rocky volcano thousands of feet above the highest green plants. On his next trip, he plans to analyze the stomach contents of the animals, the capture. It's really an open question to whether most species are whether they're elevation limit is set by physiological tolerance or just the lack of ecological opportunity. It's probably a combination of both whenever the answer starts suspects, there may be more high altitude animals out there than scientists thought, it's just a matter of climbing high enough to find them
"chile" Discussed on Dictators
"In government hands. In order to bail them out, the government was forced to renegotiate the bad loans, increase import duties, and increased the gas tax. These moves caused foreign lenders to panic over whether, Chile, would default on their loans. The Chilean government confidently promised that they could pay what they already owed and could continue to do. So in the future, of course, most of the people actually footing the bill where the tax paying citizens. And by the middle of Nineteen eighty-three, those taxpayers had finally had enough of the rampant corruption within the Pinochet regime since the nineteen seventy-three coup, the remaining socialists and communists who hadn't been killed or arrested had been forced into hiding. Opposition leaders. Labor. Leaders, and college students alike knew it was better to keep their mouths shut. But with the. Despair of the early eighties. The left saw an opportunity to fight back. In May nineteen eighty-three organized labor leaders did the thinkable they for a nationwide general strike? No one knew what the response would be an after a decade of brutal oppression. It's likely that only minimal participation was expected. Instead on May Eleven Chileans brought the entire country to a screeching halt. Thousands upon thousands of people walked off the job and marched through the streets in Santiago. The protests lasted well into the evening. It didn't stop there for five months. Chile was consumed with protests, marches, and strikes for the first time ever the people boldly and publicly expressed their displeasure with Pinochet. Translating that anger into actual change was a more difficult problem. The left was disorganized with various socialist communist and democratic parties and workers who participated in the strikes could be fired or arrested forcing people to reconsider their participation in the protests. But the strikes had at least spurred, Pinochet into, action. He figured that if he could fix the economy, then perhaps the protests would stop after a couple of fits and starts Pinochet finally installed yet another new Finance Minister Hernandez de he in Nineteen eighty-five. While, he was very much a free market advocate. He wasn't afraid to use the government as a tool to help failing businesses if needed. He implemented more regulation especially in banking and agriculture, and he figured out a way to renew the confidence of foreign lenders by agreeing to debt equity swaps. Essentially investors agreed to pay off, she lays debt in exchange for a piece of various state industries within a year. The World Bank was back to approving massive loans, which in turn inspired foreign lenders to invest in Chilean Industries. Older, manufacturers were also able to adapt to the changing markets, for example, as constable and Valenzuela explained in their book. Collapsing textile companies were merged together to produce higher quality cloth for export and a Fiat Assembly plant was turned into a refrigeration facility for produce. Be He's policies, put Chileans back to work and by nineteen eighty eight, the unemployment rate fell under nine percent for the first time since the mid nineteen seventies. However, many of these workers were earning far below minimum wage installing. Him was arguably the Smartest Move Pinochet made during the nineteen eighties to the Socialists and Communists, the economic turnaround wasn't enough. The. Thousands who had died or disappeared would never be forgotten. And as they continued their fight. Pinochet's violent response would put him at odds with his most important ally. The United, states. Coming up she lands decide they've had enough of Gustavo Pinochet now back to the story. After a brief but costly economic depression in the early eighties, Chile's economy had once again managed to bounce back and Gustavo Pinochet finally accepted that unfettered capitalism had done more harm than good. But to the leftists removing Milton, Friedman's cronies from the finance department wasn't enough to make up for years of torture and murder. Pinochet was still a brutal dictator who needed to be brought down at all costs. The most radical leftist groups. Especially, the Communists decided to answer Pinochet's violence with violence of their own between nineteen, eighty, five and nineteen, eighty, six on over one thousand bombings were reportedly committed by guerrilla groups as CIA closely monitored Pinochet's reaction to the Communist violence, and despite the Reagan administration's anti-communist Dogma, even they said that supporting Pinochet could irreparably damage America's image. especially. Since it went against the newly established Reagan doctrine in February of Nineteen, eighty, five, Reagan proclaimed that America would support freedom fighters in the quest for democracy against. Soviet style tyranny. Essentially, it was the very same justification for supporting the contras in Nicaragua. Pinochet represented exactly that kind of tyranny. He was just as authoritarian as the Soviet Union. It was obvious. There wasn't going to be a democracy in Chile, with Pinochet at the helm. Open arms support for him would make Reagan looked like a hypocrite, but Reagan still wasn't ready to give up on Pinochet just yet. Instead, he hoped to influence Pinochet into granting more democracy to Chileans. In the fall, of nineteen, ninety-five Reagan made his intentions known in a personal letter to be no shea delivered by ambassador. Harry Barnes although Reagan was still committed to ending communism. He told, Pinochet. I feel even more strongly than ever that evident progress towards full democracy in Chile is needed, but Pinochet had no desire to give up his power. He wants called the border along Argentina, my border and the government's treasury my pockets. It was obvious that he didn't care about the people of Chile as much as remaining in complete control between the human rights violations and the clear lack of support for democracy. The United States new, a breaking point was near. It came in July nineteen, eighty, six, Rodriguez. US was ten years old when he and his family fled Chile for the United States. In May nineteen eighty-six, the nineteen year old Rojo's dropped out of high school and return to Santiago to participate in the demonstrations against. Pinochet. And to document them with his camera on July. Second row, House participated in a demonstration on the outskirts of Santiago. Suddenly he and another protestor eighteen year old Carmen Kintana were surrounded by soldiers and beaten without provocation. The soldiers doused row house and Kintana with a flammable substance and lit them on fire. Their bodies were discovered later in a ditch north of Santiago. They were taken to a rural medical clinic without a burn unit and the military refused to let them be moved to a major hospital four days later on July, Sixth Rodrigo Rojo's died. Kintana said. But was left heavily scarred because row house was an American citizen. The murder was widely reported in the American media. Politicians in Washington D.? C. Were completely shocked by the senseless act.
AstraZeneca Rivals Moderna in Race to Successful SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine with ChAdOx1 nCov-19!
"So I'm glad to be back and I have a pretty exciting show for everyone today the main. Main Serb we're going to talk about is the latest publication by AstraZeneca in the Journal. The. Lancet of their source to vaccine, and we're going to take a look at the data, look safety and contrast that to what I talked about with regards to earn his maxine last week. So definitely check out that show first and then watch this if you're interested by. That's going to be the main story, and then we're also gonNA touch on a few other biotech companies that invested in that updated their earnings, the last little wild for Q. Two. So that's going to do for the show. And really that's not much going on in the biotech space unfortunately lately, we seem quite a sell off in the X., p. I and I think that's largely due to the executive orders announced by the trump administration when I looked at them though it didn't seem to affect the company's I'm invested in which are mostly small and mid cap. Biotech. These executive orders had more of an impact on drugs that actually price right now in the market and the one in particular, that's concerning for large-cap Pharma is the one that forces companies to maintain pricing through the US and ex us. A lot of companies are able to charge a premium in the US compared to ex us, and now there's going to have to be normalized in what that means is that often these left lower their price for Americans which they didn't need to do before this so. That's kind of what's going on in biotech space excitement in the market otherwise has to do more with the tech companies that just destroyed their earnings on Friday. So we saw a huge increases in facebook, apple Amazon Google. So the sciences to be flowing more towards those companies than the XP. Even though the FBI did recently hit all-time highs. Personally I managed to get on a road trip in the last week or so and I checked out SEDONA Arizona for those who've not been there. It's definitely worth checking out if you live in the US, it's it's pretty gorgeous place except for the heat, the heat is pretty insane and somebody lives in San Diego, it's shocking to see the numbers go up to one hundred and fourteen degrees, Fahrenheit, but it was nice to get away for a bit and one other piece of business I. GotTa Get through is to give a shoutout to a friend of mine named Dave Coggin. And the reason for this that we had a friendly bet over a ping pong tournament yesterday that I would give him a shout-out if I lost all the games against him and he ended up beating me in every one of them. So with that, let's actually get into the meat of the show. And again, thanks everybody. All support all the emails in tweets in the comments on my channel are very, very much appreciated. It does go far with in terms of spreading the word and getting the podcast out there. So thank you for that. Now, the first company I WANNA talk about is trillium therapeutics, and they're sitting around fifty, five, hundred and fifty, million dollar market CAP, and we're talking about them today because they had a press release announcing a delay in data and people were expecting a clinical update on their six to one and sixty two product in the middle of twenty twenty, and that's around this time now, and instead what we're hearing is that they're going to. To this update at the American Society for Hematology Meeting in December of twenty twenty. So it's about a six month delay, not the end of the world, but there was really no relevant update provided in this press release. They mentioned that can relax refractory C. T. cell patients have been enrolled in the first four cohorts, and they were treated with the sixty. One monotherapy at does doses up to one point, four milligrams per kilogram. They also mentioned that they completed dose limiting top evaluation of cohort four, which is that one point, four milligrams per kilogram does and they're now moving onto the two point zero milligram per kilogram dose. So not really much to report the stock sold off from the sevens to around the fives and then was bought back into the sixes. So I think my average position is around the fives end. I decided not take an additional position into it because I am pretty heavy in the stock. And yet, it's unfortunate delay, but I don't think the fundamentals of the company at all are in jeopardy and some other things to know if you WANNA take a position in sort of CD, forty, seven molecule, which is what Chile him is commercializing They did announce a solid tumor study, which is going to be starting pretty soon, and we're GONNA see data in that in twenty twenty one. So if they see good data in solid tumors I think the stock could Garner maybe a five x valuation from where it is. Now, let's kind where I see trillium eventually, and I plan on holding well into twenty. Twenty one.
"Round one is classic. British sitcoms. Number One. What was the name of the fictional holiday come featured in the nine thousand nine hundred Sitcom Heidi high. Number two. Which Sitcom of the late nineteen eighties and early nineties revolved around the Ambrose family and the characters that frequented their Bob Shop Peckham. Number three. Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies featured a landlord called Rupert. Spinster. The roof, a medical student Alan and Philip. Self identified some of an African tribal chief. Number Four. Which alternative comedian played Tory backbencher Allen starred in the New Statesman. Number. Five Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies had a theme tune but incorporated into its opening bars the show's title in Morse Code. Round two is the letter P in geography. So all answers here begin with the letter p. Number six. Situated in the Caribbean Sea which unincorporated territory of USA has long been discussed for inclusion as the first fifty first of the US states. Number. Seven. which Spanish city the second largest of the Basque region is famous for its annual running of the Bulls event. NEBR-. In which region of South America shared internationally by Argentina and Chile is there an estimated population of between fifteen hundred and five thousand speakers of the Welsh language? Night. which subregion of Oceania is prized of thousands of Pacific islands including Tonga Summer under Cook Islands.
"chile" Discussed on Dictators
"Was the CIA's covert operation to challenge I. N Days Credibility. According to a November twenty fifth memo by Henry Kissinger, the operation was to include five elements. One political action to divide and weaken the I. N Day coalition. To maintaining an enlarging contacts in the Chilean military three providing support to non Marxist opposition groups, four using Chilean media outlets to speak out against the ended government and five, falsely accusing the Soviets and Cubans of interfering in the Chilean election, unfortunately during the first six months of I, N Days Presidency, these efforts yielded little success because the socialist paradise ended had promised was actually coming to fruition. Instantly I N Day added thousands of jobs to the workforce by nationalizing certain industries like the copper mines on top of that he ordered these new government jobs to dramatically increase wages. People who used to live in shacks suddenly had the money to buy a house. Many among the poor and working class finally felt recognized. From the factory workers to the peasants in the countryside, these men and women for the first time weren't being treated like second-class citizens. There was unity and equality in Chile and it was all thanks to Salvador. By the end of Nineteen seventy-one, the cracks in this paradise started to show. INDIES Popular Unity Party didn't hold a majority in Congress and they were constantly at odds with the opposition parties when it came to the socialist agenda, so yesterday implemented his programs through decrees that pushed the boundaries of legality and fed into the fears of a totalitarian rule, and while his policies helped the working class, they alienated the rich he nationalized the banks expropriated more land than his predecessor and replaced factory managers with political allies in response, the Chilean business elite took their money and their businesses elsewhere. And with the government takeover of so many industries, it's possible that competent managers were replaced by idealistic. Party officials who had little experience in turning a profit and even less enthusiasm for learning. Production ground to a halt. Wages decreased in value because of inflation by the end of one thousand, nine, hundred seventy two food lines were forming along the streets of Santiago. Within a year, common people had gone from praising I n days name to cursing it. And Nixon was loving every minute of it seeing how quickly Chile had fallen into degradation, the CIA seized the opportunity during the early nineteen seventies. The CIA pumped close to two million dollars into running anti-india propaganda in a right wing Chilean newspaper El Macario. According to internal CIA memos El Macro played a vital role in sowing dissent towards the in day regime, and as that descent grew louder, the US knew it was finally time to enact a military coup. The two questions were how soon would it happen and who would lead it? The CIA was first introduced to General Gustavo Pinochet as a disgruntled military officer in the summer of Nineteen seventy-one. But despite you know Shays anti-allende sentiments, he was considered too timid to lead a coup himself. This same frustration applied to the entire Chilean military. The US was more than ready to support a military coup, and yet it seemed no one had the courage to accept the offer. Even, though by the middle of Nineteen seventy-three, the Chilean people were practically begging for the military to save them from my end. Even the Chilean Congress was getting frustrated. On August Twenty Second Nineteen, seventy-three, the Chamber of Deputies, the Lower House declared that I n day, and his government had acted unconstitutionally. Among the twenty accusations, the Congress claim that I end a had illegally confiscated private property censored, the press supported armed guerrilla groups and usurped power belonging to the Judiciary Congress added the treasury they demanded that the military step in and save the country. Three of the nation's most senior officers finally decided to take action Air Force. General Goalie Navy Admiral Jose Toribio. Merino, and just Cesar Mendoza of the state police. Missing from the Cabal was a Gustavo Pinochet Though he was aware of the plot. He knew he couldn't participate yet. Much of this had to do with the fact that on August. Twenty third the day after the Chamber of Deputies Resolution I day appointed Pinochet as Commander in Chief of the army. Pinochet assured I n day that he was loyal to the constitution. He may have despised the president's politics, but he swore an oath to fatherland, and he wasn't going to break it. Unfortunately though the conspirators either needed Pinochet's support or to remove him as an obstacle on September nine Gustavo, Leigh interrupted a birthday party for Pinochet's daughter to discuss the need for military action. What exactly was said between the two is unknown, but during their argument Admiral Marino's sent Pinochet a message asking for support. He made it clear to the commander that the only way to save Chile was if all branches of the military united. It was now or never by the time Lee left the House Pinochet had officially, but reluctantly signed off on the coup. It was set to take place in two days when the C. I. A. Learned that the coup was finally green lit. They plan for a US military intervention. If things should go south. Luckily for them, it wasn't necessary. At Six am on September Eleventh Nineteen, seventy-three, the military cut off all the telephone lines in Santiago, except for one which allowed the generals to speak directly to I n De starting with Pinochet's hometown of Valparaiso cities around Chile began to fall into military hands, and more soldiers were headed directly towards Santiago when word reached Diana. He decided not to go out without a fight. With an AK47 in hand, the sixty five year old president headed to Lhamo Neda the presidential palace. With a small garrison of loyal troops, he broadcast a message to the people promising to defend the government until the end outside the city, the conspirators including Shea set a base camps and monitored the progress eventually, they were able to get a message to I N Day. Resign and we will fly you out of Chile peacefully. I N Day refused that was it then he no shea gave his fellow conspirators new orders unconditional surrender no dialogue according to some reports, the military then began arresting I n day, supporters or known Marxist throughout Santiago in response, leftist guerrilla forces took up arms of their own soon lomb NATO was surrounded. The police set up roadblocks throughout the city, making it impossible for anyone to reach the palace..
"chile" Discussed on Dictators
"Received the most popular votes and in nineteen seventy. That would mean citing with ending but us. President Richard Nixon wasn't about to let that happen. Nixon knew he had until the end of October when the Chilean Congress cast their votes to try and stop I N Day from winning. And no tactics were off the table on September. Fifteenth Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Seventy about a week after the Chilean Election Nixon met with National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger CIA director, Richard Helms and Attorney General John Mitchell to discuss how to prevent Ende's days ascension. This included spending ten million dollars to initiate a military coup. The US knew about the Chilean military's reputation as the keepers of democracy and had been funding the military for years. Perhaps they could play into the military's fears of socialist authoritarianism and sway them to step in. Early signs though indicated that the military didn't want to play ball. Three days before Nixon declared his covert war on chilly ambassador Edward Corey wrote to the State Department that he was certain. The military would refuse to cooperate in a coup a few weeks later on September twenty fifth. Corey sent another cable to Kissinger reaffirming that nothing had changed. He wrote. I am convinced that we cannot provoke a coup, and that we should not run the risks simply to have another Bay of Pigs at the C. I. A. Refuses to take no for an answer. They, went about creating a plan to so dissonance via propaganda and search for military officers who might collaborate unfortunately they faced a roadblock in the form of Commander in chief of the Chilean Army Rene Schneider. Schneider openly advocated for the peaceful democratic transfer of power, according to the Constitution and many of his disgruntled officers refused the CIA's offers, realizing the General Schneider was the major obstacle. The CIA simply decided to take him out of the picture. With the help of Chilean officers they devised a scheme to kidnap Schneider then a US back. Military Junta could establish order and prevent Allende from being inaugurated on October Twenty Second Nineteen Seventy General Schneider was driving through the streets of Santiago. Suddenly his car was ambushed Schneider instinctively reached for his side arm and shot at his attackers. The attackers fired back striking Schneider three times wounding him brutally. The kidnapping was a failure, but Schneider was out of the picture. He would succumb to his injuries three days later. The reaction to the assassination wasn't what the United States had anticipated. The people of Chile were outraged that such an act of violence would occur in the streets of Santiago days before Congress was supposed to vote on the president. It was clearly politically motivated. A groundswell of support for the democratically elected winner Salvador. Swept through the country, and through Congress on October twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, the Chilean Congress confirmed day as President. Ten days later he was sworn into office, becoming the first socialist elected president in Chile neither the United States nor fifty five year. Old Gustavo Pinochet were pleased with the outcome. And in a few short years they would become willing partners in a military coup that set the stage per seven teen years of dictatorship. Coming up. The coup of nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy three. High listeners, it's Kate navigating young adulthood can be a wild ride something Social Media Star Addison Ray couldn't do without her mom sharing coal in their entertaining new podcast original series. Mama knows best. Addison goes to her mom for advice on all things growing up here, they are to tell you more. Hey All I'm addison ray and her mom Sherry and every Monday on our new show. Mom knows best. We're going to get real about all the ups and downs of growing up finding love and going viral, we have a bunch of awesome topic signed up like living with your parents dating during a pandemic and so much more, and since I know best y'all know some advice to share. Okay, but do you really know best is the name of the show all right well? I think we can let them be the judge of that. New episodes of Mamma knows best every Monday exclusively on spotify so follow, and you can listen for free. Now, back to the story. In the fall of nineteen seventy Salvador Allende made history as the first socialist ever to be democratically elected to the office of President, a relatively peaceful transfer of power show detractors that a leftist could seize power without firing a bullet. A not everyone was thrilled that I n day was in power. The United States was thwarted in their efforts to stop the socialist, and for many in the Chilean military including 55-year-old General Gustavo Pinochet they felt personally threatened as day celebrated his victory in the streets. You Know Shay waved smiled at least feigning solidarity during the transfer of power. But deep down, he was facing an internal struggle. Pinochet himself wrote that with great bitterness. We men of arms watched the road chilly had taken. And we felt that desperation of impotence. As a soldier sworn to protect the Fatherland I felt inhibited from acting because the instigator of chaos was the very government to which I owed obedience to that end Pinochet kept his anti Marxist opinions to himself, and continued serving faithfully when I end a asked him to command the Garrison in Santiago, Pinochet accepted. He watched quietly as his country was transformed I for the better, and then quickly for the worse. The United States inability to stop a NDA day was an embarrassing blunder for Nixon. Two days after a n day was sworn in Nixon's national security. Council formulated a new strategy to topple the Chilean president in a declassified memo dated November sixth, Nineteen Seventy Nixon explicitly told the council. No impression should be permitted in. Latin America that they can get away with this that it's safe to go this way. All over the world. It's too much the fashion to kick US around. We cannot fail to show our displeasure. Destabilization became their plan I. The United States immediately slashed aid to Chile. At its peak in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven, the US gave Chile over two hundred million dollars annually. Now, that would be cut to only three million. Coinciding with this.
Marcela Lobos | Healing with the Medicine Wheel
"In all spiritual and meditation traditions maps provided for seekers for the journey, irs who are moving across the landscape of their soul. These maps can be found in secret texts, holy images, prayers and poems from saints, and Yogis who have traversed the rocky train of spiritual people and transformation. The maps point us in the direction of our own spiritual truths for tumors bathed in clarity, strength and empathy. I'm Matteo donal hosted they. Hey, how's meditations? PODCAST and I'm happy to welcome on today's show Marcel Lobos to discuss one of these ancient maps procedures like you and me and that map is the medicine wheel? Marcel has been initiated in the healing and spiritual traditions of the Amazon and the Andes. For many decades I spoke to her while I was visiting her retreat center in the mountains of Chile just before the pandemic his around the world. Martinez senior teacher, the four win society, and is married to its founder Dr L. Deauville do. On today, show Marcella speaks about her own healing journey, and how she's applied the ancient methods of healing found in the medicine wheel. She then takes us on a journey in the podcast around the four directions of the medicine wheel where we talk about the healing archetypes that we work with including the serpent, Jaguar hummingbird and condor. The result of the journey through the medicine wheel is to emerge a luminous warrior with clear discernment, an unbound energy to be of service to others. Let's get right to my conversation with Marcella. So. It's great to welcome Marcella logos onto the house meditation podcast today we're recording down here. In the amazing sort of Sacred Valley of in Los Lobos in Chile so welcome on the PODCAST Marcella tank, Kim materials and honor to be with you, and to be with all our listeners on very excited to share anything that can be of help. Today I have a feeling. It's going to be a good journey. Loved tourneys. Before. We Speak About meditation practice and your meditation practice in about this. Your unique as I understand it contemporary practice that derives out of Shamanism I just wanted to ask you about how your spiritual practice started in your life. I feel it started with being raised by parents that gave me a lot of space to daydream. My House My parents were atheist. So, nothing was imposed to me. Though I grew up in a Catholic Very Catholic county went to Catholic school, but my parents really understood my inner freedom, and they let me not go to. My religious classes day they gave me they spoke with the teachers and say they. Want to do it. They led me to really explore my own. Spirituality my own connection to nature to dreams, because since I was a little girl, had a lot of vivid, dreaming on my parents recognized that today they were really free spirited in that way, and I think that's foundation, and it was here that you grew up in Chile yes. I grew up in China and funny enough I did explore a lot of religious settings because. I didn't go to religious class I. Dig grew up among Catholics season so I ended up learning. Then my aunt, one of my aunts was one of the heads of the witnesses of Jehovah. Jehovah witnesses. Okay, thank you and so I learn a lot of The Bible stories with her. Though whenever I went to my grandmother, she would say no. No, my darling, she says telling you stories that. That people believe but really what happened the UFO's game and gave the tablets to Moses and everything. My. Grandma everything she. That her little sister. Explain to me from the Bible. My grandmother would turn it into a UFO story. And why was that with the UFO story? Sorry, because my grandma was said to rebel on her husband was a doctor and she wouldn't go to. Hospital or medical setting, she only took homeopathy. My best friend was Mormon. Say went to more among tour too many times. You haven't many different kinds of influences. Was More to be outside and if you will communing with nature, yeah, I, I had an early. On. Drive to to just lay on the grass and count the pedals of the grass, and trying to find for for lack and just spend a lot of time with not be known to tame, and whatsoever saw I learned to be with myself. And people nowadays feel like they have to entertain their children non stop and they they cannot stand seeing their kids who, in nothing by my mother also led me to be, and and wouldn't finance attention, so I got bored a lot of many times and I would think even depressed. Point. But that helped me. Be With myself a nobody rescue with nobody rescuing me.
How to Meditate with Your Higher Brain
"Do. You ever wonder why when you sit down to meditate. It just doesn't seem to happen. Waves of worrying thoughts moved through our head, our anxiety and stress just doesn't seem to settle down after five minutes ten minutes or even minutes. Even, though we're sitting very still, and were watching our breath or trying to let thoughts go. Our mind just doesn't seem to let us meditate. There seems to be a battle in our head. We want to meditate, but we can't call the mind. Why is this? While I've heard many teachings from very learned meditation Masters throughout the years. What are the most cogent explanations came recently when I sat down with Dr. Albert Oviedo, the medical anthropologist and author of bestselling books including Shaman Healer Sage. We record the podcast at his mountain retreat center in Chile. On the PODCAST, Dr Viola explains how our brain health is crucial to our meditation, practice and spiritual development. You have a broken brain. You can't meditate, he explains. If your brain is producing stress molecules such as cortisol and adrenaline. It is going to be impossible to meditate. We have to have the physical substrate. We can't just will ourselves to meditate. So? How do we create this physical substrate to meditate? It has to do with what we eat. That's right what we eat. And importantly what we don't put in our stomachs impacts directly our ability to calm the mind to look inward, and to gain all the benefits. We know there is to receive from meditation. On the PODCAST. Dr Field explains what parts of the brains are active when we're stressed when our flight or fight modes are active, which are found in the Reptilian and Mammalian parts of the brain. But in order to meditate, he explains. We need to take up residence in the higher brain, the NEO CORTEX and prefrontal lobes where the bliss molecules are produced where we experienced the divine and transcendence. It is very clear on the podcast that what we eat directly impacts where our brain is firing. Hint here. It has something to do with Akito Diet. Dr Field or reveals to us the optimal nutrition for meditators and what we might want to avoid if we want to take our meditation practice to the next level. I hope you enjoy this fascinating interview and be on the lookout for the next episode where Albert Dough and Linda finch guide us in a morning breathing meditation to strengthen our luminous energy field, but for now sit back and enjoy my conversation with Dr Albert Veto. So welcome Alberto to the hey house meditation podcast. Thank you Matteo good to be with you I'm. Very interested to talk to you about our meditation practice and how our brain health. Relates to that meditation practice. A lot of us have a lot of challenges with. Meditation and I was fascinating in reading your work and listen to your lectures recently about how our brain health can support that meditation practice. So can you talk a little bit about that? Absolutely you if you have a broken brain? You cannot meditate. If your brain is producing only distress molecules which are Adrenalin Cortisol it's impossible to meditate. You can get angry or you're GONNA WANNA. Check your emails. So in order to be able to meditate, we need to access the higher brain, which is the brain that produces the bliss molecules because you need. The chemical substrate is not just a mental thing, not just a mind. We can't just will ourself into meditation. Will it many of us try just? To. Push through. That's kind of we call that. Be masochistic. Him So you mentioned the higher brain. What is that? Could you explain to our listeners exactly what that means? He's sort of four parts of the brain. We have four distinctly different brands Heinemann anatomically different brains that evolved during different periods in history. I rip dillion brain, which is in charge housekeeping, and we share that with all the reptiles snakes, the alligators, not particularly lovable, but that this brain no love. Knows body temperature, heart, rate, housekeeping autonomic functions. All the audit keeps his breathing for example. When we think about it, you know for example, dolphins don't have breathing programmed into their pillion brand, so they're part of an experiment where you had to breathe consciously. That's why only half their brains sleeps in any one time. But in top of the Brazilian brainers, the Mammalian brand that we share with all the mammals. And this is the brain of the emotions. And this is a brain that fuels itself with sugar. Run some sugar. So as long as you eating a lot of sugar, you're. You're going to be stuck in this brain fear. Of Feeding of not having enough of scarcity of fighting of needing to make yourself or someone else wrong and a predatory sexuality. So. Strong desire is is is in this mammalian brain. This is the brain that really long for intimacy, but cannot get. This matter how close you get, you cannot open yourself up to another person because you're going to be terrified of what they might
Small businesses fighting to survive the pandemic
"Let's focus on some small business owners today Alex what changes were made to the payroll protection program yes obviously during these are president times slot of small business owners have felt the pressure Lebanese restaurants or retail stores services other businesses that have been impacted by by opposite the pandemic and smashes the corona virus and there's two major programs of that that were pushed through Congress one already existed and that was the call the prickly and economic injury disaster loan program to BSP actively used for the release for hurricanes tornadoes things like that but in this case there is extra funny made for also she was a present to clear it they're able to use some of the funds for the crown of our sense of the server program nothing major really in terms of its regular course except that instead of being a natural disaster they used to this time around for for but the pandemic now the paycheck protection program that you referenced for the look at the most televised news when it first launched it was definitely a rocky ledge rollout because there's some concerns over the bank's been ready to issue the loan for the the program itself is could be rushed through the process because ultimately paychecks are be needed because a lot of folders right rely on those funds that said the president the house and the Senate all agreed to make some changes to it the unanimous vote that I've lived through or at least in the Senate and the then president trump also signed that the biggest change is that no longer will new PPP loan from an older PPP loans can use these funds for payroll of her twenty four week period from when they're dispersed Bedlam that because a lot of restaurants initially in areas of the country that are just starting to open up areas like New York City where I'm sitting right now the district Columbia which will on Monday formally move into what we call phase two of the use of more time to use the funds to bring staff back on board and also the other major changes is the lowest threshold the have to go directly to paychecks to allow a lot of businesses to pay rent pay their vendors you know key things that they'll need in order to fully resume operations hopefully for all of us writer then later are going forward well you know this small businesses make up seventy percent of the jobs in America and the small businesses have problems the whole countries and I have a problem child was far as I'm concerned having we were having a small business you can up small business god help it looks a lot of small companies small businesses now they're continuing to struggle so either you know you read in the paper every day restaurants still going out of business and what have you are there any government support programs in the works yet you know on the local level three level there have been more assistance programs that have been instituted in the city of Tampa itself is on the call one Tampa to where you can get some small grants and even some small loans in order to help on the whole business people flow but as you know the truth runs the way they are most of our business owner still so sugar retailer restaurant sometimes it's always not enough so on a national scale there have been more discussions about maybe the ten Chile refunding the P. P. P. program and all and then allowing businesses to go through again if they need more funding in order to try and keep people on the payroll I think you know this is obviously very hard philosophical discussion because there are some small business owners and everything bothered to apply for president need to it's it's hard because at the end of the day policy makers want to keep people on the job working having some businesses that have a parking PPP level they may have not been allowed to be formally open they did use the time they they brought their staff back to the bottom off the unemployment rolls to do other projects that may be would Amazon dot the US on this our local area some small businesses including in Gloucestershire restaurants use it as a good time to deep clean their restaurants maybe change other restaurant operated for the future I think you're seeing that a lot of Congress men and women are coming on the side of maybe we need to extend this program allows businesses especially small ones on the PPP program really is designed for very small businesses another leg up as we move into the next phase of the of of this current situation and to allow them the flexibility to to of all their business model and what is going to be the the new normal all right to save some jobs maybe even create new ones in the future all this is it because they go what we're dealing with this virus is the unknowns the anonymous and not not just getting sick but how do you run a business when you're not supposed to talk to people with you know other than on a computer or six feet apart from each other you know we're living in a very unique space and time and that system out of being smart about it and she helped washes up it's very very hard to plan even for the government
Scientists Find The Biggest Soft-Shelled Egg Ever, Nicknamed 'The Thing'
"This next story is about a strange fossil found in and Arctic as NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce. Report scientists were astounded when they finally realized what it was a couple years ago, a paleontologist named Julia Clark was visiting a colleague at a natural history, museum, and Chile the two were chatting about fossils SINISA. Hey, you know you should see this thing we collected. And he said we call it the thing. The thing wasn't a bone, but what was it exactly? No one knew it was about. The same size and shape is a deflated football. I just take one look at this thing, and it's the thing and. That is a giant deflated AIG a soft shelled egg to be precise, the biggest one ever found now today some snakes and turtles and lizards lay eggs with soft flexible shells, but they're rare to find in the fossil record. We did not realize said soft shelled eggs could even get this big Clark who works at the University of Texas at Austin collaborated with her colleague from Chile and. And other researchers to study this egg in the journal Nature. They say it was likely laid by a Moses Sore, a twenty foot, long marine lizard that lived some sixty six million years ago. The enormous egg thrilled paleobiologist like yaws Meena Vamon of university, I mean just thought Oh. This is fantastic. That's because she was making her own discoveries about ancient soft shelled eggs from dinosaurs in. In the past scientists assumed that dinosaurs had hard shelled eggs like their living, relatives, Crocodilians and birds, now in the same issue of the journal Nature Vehement and her colleagues described fossils from two very different dinosaurs. We're definitely here dealing with the very first evidence for completely soft-shell non mineralized shells. Their chemical analysis shows that the young dinosaur offspring were surrounded by soft shells much like the. The shells of turtle eggs, vitamin says it looks like the earliest dinosaurs started out with soft shelled eggs hard shelled eggs evolved later. The dinosaur calcified egg is something that is not ancestor that is not set of primitive feature of all dinosaurs, and now that researchers have shown how to find soft shelled eggs in the fossil record. Scientists will likely start finding more Nell Greenfieldboyce NPR
WHO: coronavirus cases increasing in Central and South America
"The emergence is chief of the World Health Organization says central and South America witnessing the most intense transmission of the corona virus but it's difficult to predict when the pandemic might pique their Michael Ryan says five of the ten countries recording the most new cases are in the Americas the US Brazil Peru Chile and Mexico he says hospitals are starting to strain under the pressure Ryan says in the WHL he's particularly concerned about places like Haiti because of the inherent weaknesses in their health systems he's clarified the outbreaks in South Asia and Africa well the difficult I'm not a stable Charles the last month London
WHO: coronavirus cases increasing in Central and South America
"Michael Ryan says five of the ten countries recording the most new cases are in the Americas the US Brazil Peru Chile and Mexico he says hospitals are starting to strain under the pressure Ryan says in the WHL he's particularly concerned about places like Haiti because of the inherent weaknesses in their health systems he's clarified the outbreaks in South Asia and Africa well the difficult I'm not a stable Charles the last month London
Farmer grows greens year-round in Minnesota
"It's almost summer. And in many places, people are looking forward to buying fruits and vegetables from local farms, but Halley Anderson of Tenth Street farm and market, and after Minnesota says buying fresh local produce can be a year round affair, even in Chile state. We are able to harvest a product offer farm all year round. Emerson uses unheated high tunnels which are plastic covered structures to grow spinach in the winter. She also has one tunnel that heated or not doing it in a way where we are using a lot of carbon to heat, major structures to sixty degrees grow. Tomatoes are heated tunnel were only heating to twenty eight. Plus. She says even that small amount of heat enables her to grow Kale a rubella and Baby Greens for her community during Minnesota's coldest months. And she says that's good for the climate. Because eating local food reduces the carbon pollution caused by trucking food long distances, her unheeded tunnels are useful in the summer to for example during extreme weather that can be moved in use to protect delicate crops are tomatoes. Look Really Nice even after a big thunderstorm. So regardless of rain, snow or sleet Anderson growing local food for her community.
Latam Airlines files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
"The largest airline in South America is seeking chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the move by latam airlines to reorganize comes as airlines worldwide have struggled with travel restrictions and sharp declines in passengers amid the corona virus pandemic the airline says passenger and cargo flights will continue and it's nearly forty two thousand employees will still be paid latam airlines is based in Santiago Chile last year it agreed to sell a twenty percent stake to delta
South American carrier Latam Airlines seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid travel downturn sparked by pandemic
"South American carrier let tam Erler or late tam airlines is seeking chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the result of a sharp downturn in air travel sparked by the viral outbreak the Santiago Chile based airlines's passenger and cargo flights will continue to
Brazil has recorded more than 360,000 COVID-19 cases
"Brazil now has more than three hundred and sixty thousand cases following a surge there in recent weeks and let's bring in Jason Beaubien whose NPR's global health and development correspondent hi Jason Hey good morning David so let's talk about this new travel restrictions from the White House what what what is it what is the deal with their surprise boasts Brazilians and any non US this into print in Brazil over the last fourteen days to Americans who were still there are allowed to come back up but was it was being added to this earlier list of travel bans you remember you know we still have bans in place against China Iran nearly thirty European countries a we still have nonessential travel between Canada and Mexico is banned so there's a lot of talk about re opening the U. S. but there isn't really movement in terms of re opening international travel in fact just Brazil band shows that we're moving in the other direction well besides Brazil I mean what where we looking in terms of hot spots around the world at this point so parts of Latin America are really getting hit hard in addition to Brazil you got approved Chile Colombia and Mexico they're all seeing surges in cases to other places where Kobe is really taking off right now are Russia and India Russia actually has the third highest number of cases behind the U. S. and Brazil and India is a concern given its huge population was crowded cities the potential for a respiratory virus like this to really take off there so there's a lot of concern in India as well I mean all is relative of course but there are places where things are going relatively well right yeah that's true you know how to serve it to categories of doing well you've got places like New Zealand Hong Kong Taiwan where they have brought transmission down to essentially zero and they are just dealing with imported cases from people who come from outside their own borders and then you've got countries like Italy Spain France where they are still dealing with a few hundred cases date come from having a large outbreaks but the trend line is very much in the right direction and support to note that this isn't just some automatic things viruses or burns out after a certain period of time you look at the U. K. their outbreak started a little bit behind mainland Europe but they haven't seen that sharp downward trend in cases sort of plateaued at a few thousand new cases a day they're still really struggling
Latin America could be named virus epicenter
"Fares are growing Latin America could become the new at the center of the covert nineteen pandemic in Brazil the death toll is top twenty thousand after nearly twelve hundred deaths were reported Thursday it was the country's deadliest day to date Mexico is also reported over four hundred new codes and deaths and nearly three thousand new coronavirus cases Thursday both new single day records cases are also rapidly rising in Peru and Chile sixty percent of all new covert cases are now in South America Asia and Africa India and Indonesia both reported new daily highs of coronavirus cases Thursday China's reported a new corona virus outbreak in the province of ginning near the border of Russia and North Korea and Singapore reported about four hundred fifty new cases nearly all among migrants to live in crowded dorms quote built for foreign workers meanwhile in the Middle East the number of cases in Gaza doubled Thursday from twenty to forty nine raising fears of a new
Coronavirus disrupts Memorial Day weekend, Eid celebrations at the end of Ramadan
"Foley new coronavirus cases have dropped to zero in China but in Latin America it is a very different story pandemics persistence is hindered efforts to keep people safe and revive economies at the same time disrupting the Memorial Day weekend in the US and celebrations around the Muslim world marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan South America is becoming you at the center for the disease Dr Michael Ryan is director of the world health organization's emergencies program we've seen many south American countries with the increasing numbers of cases Brazil and Mexico have reported record numbers of cases and deaths infections have also risen in Peru Chile and Ecuador where intensive care units have been swamped the all three countries have drawn praise for imposing early business shutdowns and
Coronavirus: Chile protesters clash with police over lockdown
"Chilean police have clashed with protesters from one of the poorest areas of the capital Santiago wet coronavirus locked down the schools in hardship municipal leaders from L. Bocskay said people were going hungry and would jump this president Sebastian Pinera has said his government will be handing out over two million baskets of food and cleaning supplies in the coming week the lawsuit be demonstrations in the Brazilian city of sao Paulo
Sabatinis stylish dominance; Nadal and Federers 2006 classic
"Amy Thank you so much for your support and to everybody that bacteria kickstarter at the end of last year which enabled us to carry on all year long and produced the tennis podcast four. You hope you're enjoying it. We certainly are catherine say. Hello Catherine David. Hello Matt. You're right. Hello yes fine. Thank you good. We have had the most wonderful weekend watching old tennis matches from Rome which we are going to really have with you today from nine hundred ninety two. The story of Gabriella Sabatini is extraordinary. Run in Rome for titles in five years and also talk about how more generally she's one of those players that tends to get forgotten. I'm afraid to say including bias. I can't think of many times that we've mentioned the name Gabriella Sabatini over the last eight years of the tennis podcast. And we're going to put that right today. She also turned fifty as well over the weekend. So feels like a good time to do that. And we're going to go back to the two thousand six men's final between Roger Federer and Rafael. The Dow a dare say many more of you will remember that one and maybe some of you watched it with us over the weekend so lots to talk about before we do that. Let's just mention the news of the week. Which is that more? Tennis TOURNAMENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UP until July thirty first on the ATP circuit and the events. The wheelchair events have been announced on the men's side tournaments like a start Baastad Kitzbuehl in Newport or cancel because of the corona virus. And we await to find out what will happen with the American swing in August. But I mean it doesn't sound great so we'll have to wait and see several WTI events until mid-july cancelled as well but no great surprise. I'm afraid Catherine I should say as well following on from songs that could be used for the corona era a particular mention for EJ Stanton on instagram. Who suggests don't stand so close to me from the police. Yep Yep acceptable. Yep that's yeah. I've heard that mentioned a lot of the lowest we were going for more. I don't want to diminish EJ's contribution that we were going. Ooh For more specifically songs that reference the absence of crowd right so rather than sort of general corona virus social distancing song bags which which I feel are. Is anyone else a bit over sort of Korean social distancing song just over the whole thing generally? It's a very very difficult time for cynical people with a dry sense of humor because there's a loss of well intentioned sort of sickly happiness in sort of we're all in this together in we'll come through this and have you considered crafting. You should be crofting. Oh we're GONNA come out of. This is best move well rounded people and you know people that then you bunny the. I'm so over all of that. This folks is Katharine Whitaker. Who has just shown irs her two thousand piece Jigsaw which makes two in a row that she's not together now and she's also about her fiftieth podcast to the air with two weeks worth of dailies to come during Roland Garros Peppy Catherine. Yeah but I'm not. I'm not smugly telling people if you considered podcasting it's it'll make you a better human being during these challenging times. Stephanie my better I have. You always Dunk Jigsaw. No I mean I have on occasion in over the years done the odds Dixon L- but nights definitely I. I'm not doing this to to self improve. I'm enough to pass the time. I'm just impressed. Because not cool or anything they might even be able to hear me through the wolves but my parents started kick those and they're really not very good at them. How can you be? How can you be bad at jiggles? Unless you've got bad eyesight you've done you've done about five of them in the space have been out of the night soaking souls. We're talking two thousand pieces. My parents struggling with five five hundred faces. Maybe they need help just handed over to my kids. If I was doing a jigsaw. There's no why upbeat during it because I just lose know these inch. It's IT'S GONNA sound like one of these awful peppy. People is the IT. It's it's very mindful. It gets me off my phone hawks. Group it it's very it's you can still sort of be watching the telly obviously not physique. And have something on the tally in the background. And be paying attention to it but it gets you off your phone sort of it. Concentrates the mind. Oh God I hate myself move on. Can Multitask is what you're saying? Awesome specifically cannot multitask. So I would say it's a nonstarter. Meanwhile folks we have been putting photos on social media channels of ourselves in one thousand nine hundred ninety two where possible because Matt didn't exist nine hundred ninety two and two thousand and six respectively Matt has created quashed a picture of a tennis magazine on which he as a child prodigy is on the front cover wielding his racket. Like Richard Gasquet aged nine. Except there's no strings in the racquet That's the away so walk away. A few people were taken in by it. It's my absolute probably favorite thing. That's ever happened to me. That people actually think I was on the cover of Tennis magazine. Age Ten it was just at Wimbledon in the. Lta Tent way you could go up and have your have your photo taken in front of a green screen. And they were then imprinted onto ace tennis magazine. And yes they put up there alongside the words the not a the future Wimbledon champion going to all future Wimbledon. Men's having experienced his game. I can tell you what could have happened to a young Merrin Chile church in appearance. Yeah not sure what to say about that. Well he he opened so I'd go with that. Yeah no great. I'm in favor of all. Comparisons to professionals plays a singular. Us Open title is not all Wimbledon. Titles there is it still in underachievement relative. I don't think we're actually doing any matches from two thousand seven for tennis relived. Who knows how long ten is live? We'll be going on. We may have to come to two thousand and seven at some point but I actually went back the following year and appeared on the front cover again. Let's just put it up as a sort of extra what the people working uniform and that one.
Dallas salon owner opens despite order to close
"Of Dallas salon though is open violating state and local orders Shelley Luther own salon alla moda which opened last Friday and is still open here cut lines are steady and donations are pouring in but Luther's calling on other businesses even those who legally can't to open their doors yes I appreciate you spending the money but just open your please help me they can't put us all in jail she says opening some but not all businesses isn't right you cannot shoot this person can open but not you but let me let me see you know you can not do that we all open or they all stay closed this man calls it unconstitutional constitution was set up to put a fence around the government not for the government to put a fence around the people and this small business owner says the restrictions are destroying his livelihood you hear the government say we're in it together Greg Abbott says that the president says it well the funny thing is is they still get a paycheck I don't I have worked twenty years hard to bring this to where it should be mass of my business and now I'm losing my business because they're afraid let's open it up a hundred percent in the case of Chile Luther the city of Dallas has two restraining orders against her salon requiring it to close but she hasn't now a judge will decide what happens
"chile" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Would still be in Chile in the morning what causes you anxiety before party stay with us now ed Sheeran ninety seven point one wash FM in the right in the and I know you we just kids when we he and yeah the nine now if you were listening yesterday.
"chile" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast
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"chile" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
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"chile" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"A co host with money and also we had the former senior producer Garnham of Tsinghua is from Chile and he kind of gave us his take and so if you're in the thick fan please please yes Monday night all right so I'm on it yeah so and you just put it out there to the twitter sphere and obviously got attention mean there were images as of them using there were you could clearly see rifles and shotguns whatever they were doing but they were definitely using like shooting firearms buildings from and you know just feeling helpless and a little bit you know like I was losing my mind just watching this happened and it wasn't getting any pressure so on Sunday I said well you know the very least I can do is try to put it together put together in a way that explains how and why Cheat on fires I put it in and hopefully in some small way help aren't people about what's going on and it and it seems like he did I mean at least from what I saw I mean did you expect it to sort of hit because I personally think that you got attention and I mean for what you needed to do I actually think that you were one of the sparks especially with journalists here in the states to actually say like hey this matters to me did you expect him there are or were you just let me just get this out because I need to do this honestly of one of those people who uses twitter all the time to read the things but I rarely ever post anything so I didn't I was like let me just you know it was weirdly less me thinking it would make much Prince and almost borderline personal therapy of like I have to cut something together cause just watching the footage with is horrifying and so I was I was I was very happy that it did get it'd get picked up did get retreat a lot and you know the images are stunning both of the of the violence against Protesters are sometimes not even protesters and also of the you know the fire in the damage cost so I think that helps plant part of why a sort of catches your eye when you see soldiers shooting Dylan massive flames. Yes so what's your connection I mean tell me a little bit about your background because one of the things that this those images just seeing it I mean we didn't thick and have talked about it with one public arnold who's my former producer about how those images really fell so raw in this in the context of Chile you know what I'm saying is like I'm a Latin American Studies Guy Likes what I studied and I remember like studying what was happening in Chile in the seven he's in the eighties and to see these images be so immediate and I'm not even Chilean like you as a Chilean American like what what's your background and and and have you talked to your family and friends about these images and what they kind of brought back I have I have my mom's actually a cheetah right down and and I've got a huge family there and both my parents which land and I think I've got twenty seven cousins my mom's side there so you don't give me chills I maybe naively never thought that we would see tanks army tanks industries again people getting tortured and killed by the Military Sheila thought we'd move past that which is not to say that are has been horrific violence perpetrated by police against civilians because that's a pretty normal thing they're basically it's armored trucks echoes go round in like you know have fire hoses on top of the the people may tear gas people time so that that had a good impression of them but I didn't think the military will be out on the streets because countries still traumatized by seventeen years of dictatorship so it was it's to see it and it's still going on like today it's not it's not over right so let's get into this I mean but you're not the first Chilean person I talked to who was like I never I naively thought that this would never happen again which is which is Kinda like that sort of realization and I do like this is that type of reaction is probably what's mobilizing Chile right now on a level that I'm sure the president did not expect so as right now as of Sunday afternoon we're talking on a Sunday afternoon what what has happened since Banana President Hannah said okay we're going to bring him these these reforms so what what can you what what what what can share right now there's a giant March that started yeah which is a beach town about an hour and a half outside San Diego that is maybe half an hour away from a port city just down the coast called okay so where the Congress's so this massive march started in Vienna just took over the highway and walk to Congress the protests and the others aerial shots it's I don't know how many people is but it's tens of a pretty impressive right I mean it's huge it's massive but it's already being broken up and so now the images that you know start coming in roughly forty five minutes ago are of protesters running as that goes spraying people and tear gas and it was a peaceful protests as far as I can tell I don't know one hundred percent I can't see Brian Right you're not yeah I'm not there we're right it seemed for my you can tell you can tell as a journalist is knowing this you know looking at what you're looking for I mean it's the it was definitely not a protest and I I mean I've been following it as well as Stephanie up into protests that's that's let's its creed violence here it seemed like it was something that was happening on the Sunday to go down to about Paradiso which has had examples of which I understand the last couple of days by some clashes right people have been focusing on Santiago but there's been there's been reports of some some clashes between protesters and and military and police in on your the Congress right yes some of the most stunning footage I saw on the first night that community curfew was of soldiers invited so essentially beating people before the curfew had even started officially so yeah they're no they're no stranger to to protest violent protests in otherwise and or police repression even the you know the massive one point two million people marched also sort of got at the end you know same thing when I came in start spring people so and we can't tell it just seems like they're reports I mean I mean I think part of it is well as in the context of all this is you know you have.
"chile" Discussed on The Frame
"The Chili pepper is a fruit yes like the tomato it's not a vegetable that can bring heat latest album Al Chile for twenty five years downes has told stories about migration feminism and indigenous rights in both United States in Mexico in other words she is not afraid to get political I has downs about the meaning behind her album's title AL chief basically it means give it to me like it is and it's curious because when men used the phrase it's really Macho but when women use it it's it's like you know very funny so it's one of those the unusual phrases that comes of course stems from the way our culture goes but at the same time it's about senses and this album is very much about the senses I wanna ask you a little bit about when you started working on this record what was going on in the world and how those event started shaping the kinds of songs that you were going to record migration has been an issue for me all my life of course I have been very village because I grew up back and forth my father was a university professor my mother indigenous mistake woman and so it was kind of confusing because I remember there was always like not very good communication of course because of language but also we'll cultural misunderstandings and so I think that's what music has been to me as an enormous tool That I can express these misunderstanding sometimes and hopefully bring people together I really do believe that nineteen ninety eight so twenty one years later you have recorded it and you've added some new lyrics so let's listen to a little bit of your version of Clinton.
"chile" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"You have a word Chile that you always used to mispronounce yes upper Marlboro is what I used to say but its Marlboro it's just hard to say upper Marlboro you have to put the other I know but I try to see the L. really really fast like Marlboro like the upper Marlboro man correct me I'm like okay okay I'm sorry I get that right I was in a public speaking class A. and in this professor by the name of Joe Ashcroft east Stroudsburg university of Pennsylvania called me out in the middle of a impromptu rhetorical dissertation and I was supposed to talk about education and I decided I would use this big word that I thought was really really special the word was acted Denia okay but I said it academia like macadamia like the nuts well in in people who are in academia need to understand he goes wait do you mean academia and I go what he's like because it sounds like you're referring to a cookie hello doctor Ashcroft Hey we want to hear from you this morning eight six six washer from the number one which word did you pronounce incorrectly for the longest time in this whole thing came up because buzzfeed did this list of words and and people outing themselves yeah that they had no idea how they were saying that they were saying it wrong until somebody pointed it out one of the ones that made me laugh out loud what if somebody saying they used to call it Mimi instead of meme yeah looks like me me yeah I don't know yeah that's what you know what for the longest time I didn't know and that's what I would be I would be like you to look at this meaning you need here's one and I think this was by Lin Manuel Miranda so instead of to me you look at it looks like at the tone we're told me yeah it's not no remember back in the day when you did like news and all those other yeah how did you get around pronouncing award that you knew you didn't know the prince and pronunciation you think you do know how to say it right right right right somebody because you like so how might I just would come up with a different way of saying it that dude I would intentionally screw up the word I would be like my bubble bobble get over it up on the Sam a you go about six six ninety seven forty three sixty one he Clarendon Courtney you're part of the show what's your situation with the word for you I am I only read the work with the world's like you didn't wait thinking back on our I think UT eighty I bet there's a lot of people that would say place both right it was let's see about we're judgment free zones so throw yourself under the bus this morning what's a word that you used to always mispronounce what was it we can't wait to hear from you at eight six six wash FM the number one eight six six nine two seven forty three sixty one let's do this will get to a Toby Chile's top stories coming up in just a few minutes and then we'll hear your stories so give us a call speaking a top stories which are working on well we've got a role because situation that resolves itself after a couple of hours local leave we'll get to that minute no she does not mispronounced words this here Lisa Bain thanks to audible what's going on on the biz outweigh but I always get calls whose road hose road so I call it whose homes because have fifty percent of the people say no it's whose road no it's those roads so whatever Hey what's happening with who's almost nothing everything is good on ninety five Virginia north the Dale city brief delay in the in the landmark Maryland ninety five north after one seventy five your rack is on the shoulder with Toby in Chile in the morning I'm Lisa baited on ninety seven point one wash FM.
"chile" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"In the sand and survive to this day we're in northern chile now so the indigenous culture the local culture how does it differ from because he got the andes chain gang all the way up but how does jalen cultured deepa fun site peruvian well this is another interesting thing about that i think there's quite a few minutes conceptions about out the culture him because if you're in seattle it's very european you you could feel like you practically in any city in europe but the north of of cheating has a lot in in sort of in in common with crew with bolivia beyond the has very very strong culture you could indigenous i'm mara and catch wa speaking cultural groups and things like that so when you in the new particularly vance and pedro tacoma i read the there's a real sense of beyond in culture that you can see learning the cloak of people i know in the adobe building that they have there as well so the mud houses you see a lot more in in peru and bolivia than you do another pulse of cheated let's leave stiff the time being and we'll come back to to chat wine and feel we uncovered a culture war now episode on finland's chilean peru have the owned battle going on which stiff will tell us about but we will catch up with our own world nomad milley who went to chile later in the episode but she's not the unemployed that love's travel i did a quick whip around some of the other stuff to see what they've been up to foster by central america costa rica florida and panama i was actually there to visit a saito charter that we sponsor through the footprints network octa trip i actually went up to candidate visit a few mates up there and wins game that was always could be trip was central america that was mexico thing what amal on kerala costa rica then jumped down to columbia so it's amazing i think it's going to really new tourists seen him a little place in everyone's really excited show you around and stuff really good time so what's next you going to be sitting here in the world and i met take quotas in sydney thinking yeah i'm really can't to go to seoul i think planning the next year or will you need to listen to the podcast and south korea yep definitely family based so we harm to new zealand uk type we doing road trip around south west that's fun they'll be something new i birth was to bali and the islands so i was working remotely from a co working space ed but also managed to sneak away off to the winds to have a snorkel and check out the local sane oh my next trip next week will be going taking my kids skiing which will be the first time i'll see snow which is exciting most of my travels these days pretty close to haunt him you know i can't think and doing little mini adventures since kim still inactive the love of travel so that's where we're at right now and i've just returned from japan while feel you'll planning a trip to singapore trustee people we don't just walk the walk we talk the talk now you haven't been to chile chile or chile but.
"chile" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"And just a bit more information on that donation of land for national parks that chad mentioned from douglas tompkins he was the co founder of the clothing brands spree and the north face it is still the largest ever made in chile's history four hundred seven thousand six hundred and twentyfive hickeys or one million acres suddenly though douglas dieting twenty fifteen when he was seventy two in a kayaking accident in southern now later in the episode phil will catch up with demands mealy who spent time in chile millie went to chile i've been waiting for that i've been holding that in reserve i'll be money and she'll talk about the woke that she did on the w trick that's in the south of chile this is stiff who's going to check to his about northern chile did you like that one milly me went to chile very very good there's lots of good cini jokes i think so yeah do you know any others while i mean every time it gets called here it's chilean tuna i think that's the muslim yeah got got jake jake you've written an article that will share in shy nights but you say one of the south of the country is based nine for its lot forests in the glycemic riddled mountains that will chat about northern chile is in many ways very opposite can you explain why or how i think what people that realize about your name till they get here it just it one of the most extreme countries i think there is in south america it is go so many different landscapes and yeah while you put in the south he did the biondi mountains and place here's and you go hiking and things like that in the north it's basically the atacama desert it's an extraordinary certainly none gape and it go to surprising number of things to do for something that you'd imagine would be particularly baron really so yeah it's it's it's a complete contrast we chatted early to chad who said that the desert is known for scott's scott izing i know what to say have you experienced that and the milky way in its purest form yeah when i was in some pedroia the atacama which is the best known towns in the north of ti on aids considered the best place i think on the planet to go stargazing which is because of the high altitude the fact that it's so dry you don't get very many clouds and also because i didn't flight pollution this hobby any any towns and things and yeah i went on a stargazing tool on it it just incredible the kind of quality and purity of the the styles that you see when you're the treaty such a recommended activists for anyone who does get to go will you go to great photo in the article that you've written for us so so what else is up north it's different to south's to sound my guess one of my favorite things when i was which was the last year is it's mummies but the shorter mummies which actually the oldest on the planet predating the option mummies yeah they actually predate two thousand years or and it's fascinating because now in one of them either this is what strikes me said much about north and she like they've got the oldest mommy's on the planet and no one knows who they uncovered basically that could change oh mommy because that's the name of the beach that you find on a rica because the my town we'll see radio and she ate and basically some of the most famous ones were found in the foundation of a a house it was incompatible into a hotel and they started digging i'm they just found and hit thirty two mummies they found in the county of they've house and they couldn't do anything about it they couldn't move them because they're in such a delicate date so now you can actually go and visit this house and go and see the mummy still lying in the ground still just kind of staring out you it's it's really really fascinating using them to visit was mama fixation does that surprise surprise what's so interesting about the internal money is the they actually because of the climate because of how drivers in the desert a lot of muchly were mummified not truly and they don't know whether that kind of predate the actual domestication like practices then the charter people adapted but yeah they they they've they've survived say well because it's such a dry climate that they just been buried.
"chile" Discussed on WLOB
"Chile including one who's at the center of a growing sex abuse scandal bishop borrows is accused of covering up child abuse by pedophile priests in the nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety s he was appointed by francis in twenty fifteen the pope rejecting objections at the time from his own sex abuse prevention advises but more recently francis has spoken of a culture of abuse and cover up in the church and said he'd made grave errors in judgment in london simon owen fox news more resignations expected all chill as active bishops more than thirty offered to quit no word of anything suspicious being found as passengers and bags are searched on a diverted united airlines flight heading from rome to chicago when it was sent a shannon ireland instead after a bomb threat reportedly found written in a bathroom after a spring lull the us is ramping up airstrikes against isis in syria you strike report from the air force's for the first ten days of june the us led coalition launched one hundred and thirty four strikes all except two in syria as the war against isis wines down in neighboring iraq top us officials say isis has only two remaining pockets in eastern syria in may us jets tripled the number of air strikes against isis in syria compared to march usbacked kurdish fighters have returned the isis fighting may after leaving fight nato ally turkey following encores incursion into northwest syria is louis tomlinson at the pentagon and oklahoma city man sentenced to life in prison for the nineteen ninety one killing a homeless man is now free a judge vacating the sentence after new dna tests johnny talbert is now sixty one prosecutors aren't convinced he's innocent but supported the judge's decision based on the evidence lisa brady fox news.
"chile" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Any seriousness at the vatican in actually addressing this problem or is this one blind spot in chile um i think they're serious i think the poll has a this case is is very unique and um i should i should point out that when the his commission of sexual abuse advisers the flood difficult commission for the protection of minors came to rome in april of 2015 with this letter from this victim they're concerned wasn't to launch an investigation into cover up upon battles your concern was this is a bishop who was formed in a toxic environment this was an environment of a community where it was perfectly normal for adults to be kissing and fondling young boys they concern of the commission was that's not a good environment to be in and if you don't recognize that that's a toxic environment and then that's an environment they kept that is abusive and to lead can lead to even worse abuse we have a problem on our hands because one boutos as a bishop and a diocese is responsible for or enacting programs that are going to protect children recognizing abuse and the indications of it that can often be very hard to detect and reporting it and being proactive in reporting it i'm so the concern of the commission was we were concerned that this bishop doesn't recognize that the environment that he was raised in on that he was trained as a priest in was abusive how can we be sure that when he's in charge but he will recognize the signs around him that there might be of going on in his diocese really important questions nicole especially is is bottles himself um was himself molested even though he was an adult by that same priest all right i wanna bring in a caller max's calling us from vermillion south dakota max go ahead.
"chile" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"A father cut a dima who sat down with a reporter from aljazeera in january he explicitly pointed the finger at bishop bottles for witnessing numerous sexual assaults of minors on the same allegations he made in his letter to the pope back in 2015 and doing nothing about it let's listen this fall when the proof cuba's were plugged pupils done at old view of water there's rooms of past the moni of how he was present them and until this day the pope doesn't acknowledged that pure talk no action his um zero tolerance is a falls zero tolerance all right i wanna bring another voice into our conversation from santiago chile consuelo survey that as a journalist an anchor at tel aviv's janosi analogy chile the country's public broadcaster she covered pope francis trip to chile consuelo welcomed on points i think ended up for having me so can swallow you know your chilean you witnessed this entire trip um what has the reaction been to the allegations by juan carlos coo's and to the things that the pope said while he was in chile well it hasn't very interesting because we olding key live in no who won cut loose a coo's is on the other victims are and this priest father eh for the none the cut at ema and we also know how close it'd be shipped one by rose swest two players for the mendel two for number gotta be my rights and all the other people in the cd also sought to know the cd where his a dishes bishop has had been complaining about a human being in charge of the you offices for for a long time this goes back to two thousand then i'm five m under pull year is died be shipped bottles what's press and in it.
"chile" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Darrelle mainly delman that she could base and that active but when i was that there was one the was steaming from a distance so yeah they i'm mildly act if but unlike some of the ones in chile which explode rifles of the reasons are pretty calm yar was looking at some of the dormant volcanoes in truly when i was there a couple of years ago and the one that we're looking at down by put to arenas it has been less dormant since i was there some spectacular eruptions have happened in that area and we would recommend we're viewing from a distance or their particular hikes he would recommend to see that area we'll there are definitely hikes that you can do up some of the volcano days you can do some volcano hiking their are agency specifically aimed at doing that and again it's something that you can't do by a south eating meat ashton's declare meant because you are height can get out to eat we're talking us going after four and a half thousand made it five thousand meters at sea level on that's really bad tossed to walk at that high anyway okay got it so not something we're going to do our first today and it at the altitude especially for flat lenders like i am extract egg any agencies would recommend in the to have used in mentoring now okay all right the laskar volcano is the best nine one to go up the good thing i'm asked them whether they have to come is that all of the agencies are based on the main right adequately as its quote there's only a handful of agencies that they did it saw hiking and everything right at the volcano instead at pretty easy to find oca definition something that's watch timing phobic is yeah you do need to acclimatise and some federal anti comments about three thousand three hundred at sea level i think just having a couple of days that taking some day trip south to other parts of the region is a good way to get used to they also cheap its way to start hiking hooker probably start with some driving trips in then do some working trips in them think about doing a hike yet.
"chile" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Gatt bags bags on a roll now they're bannam red its go through real good game a vast board dow temperature traveler episode 500 any eighty five today the amateur traveler talks about desert's and geysers and volcanoes salt flats forming goes llamas copper mines and mummies as we go to northern chile welcome area mature travel arm your host chris christenson will hear more from our to sponsors later on in this episode but first let's talk about northern chile i'd like to welcome the show steph dyson from worldly adventurer dot com guidebook writer and travel writer and she has come to talk to us about chile steph welcome to the show hi thanks so much for having me and why are we talking about chile what is your relationship with the country you're not from chile may sign nazi origination the uk and i'm these two south maggie three years ago and tonight she lived in a couple of different countries year that arrived in chile about a year and a half ago actually met my boyfriend who is a chilean and a month's chippy in chile turned into a year and a half and i'm still here now and insulin desperately another this country and do my best to see as much of it and writers much about it is possible in what literature south america originally i think it was the excitement of going to some weather i didn't know many people he visited that us all a lot of it is law was the idea of learning a language.
"chile" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard
"The chile's as closed my local chile's is no more it is it's close wheat we even we she we just to make sure we called the store we call the stores phone number and got the disconnected drew through this phone is no longer victor what was your other places literally so deadly his are my two favorite played no fortunately the doctors had is still there yet it's stein and end the other beer and honestly this is maybe it's a good thing it'll get me out of my comfort zone i'll islanders him different they owe you can go to sweden could find it go to sweet green no god why would opt right across board recalls we great why would i ever gonna be great uh but the the you know it maybe it's maybe it's for the best maybe i can find a new tax mexa restaurants and sort out of shit what are you go summers in early did you ever see that place sutter man it was a it was a rough it's been a rough couple of days for me guys so it and if you can just be a little more sympathetic than you have danny and he's us far understand the problem there are 1600 in six chile's in america but two thousand sixteen appleby's which means that there are more apple ming chile's which means the chile's isn't as good as appleby is known to the bunch principle ma logic is chile's was so good there'd been hetero war in the free market is so awesome as if that chile's was any good it would still be in business sunny so the accurate exotic business mrs wasn't good at this but this is the real problem here's the millennials as the news news outlets have taught me the millennials are killing all the things that kill the napkins they've killed uh homeownership they napkins deserve today they've killed and they're killing the chain restaurants the millennials don't like the they don't like vw three apparently according to the internet that which i read all the time the internet and uh and they don't like chile's and this it's a garbage generation and they've stopped cooking the millennial stopped what it what a millennial even eat on it's just avocado toast all day long just gobs and gobs of avocado toast.