17 Burst results for "Christopher Joyce"

"christopher joyce" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"christopher joyce" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"You go up not if you. Hey all right. Let's ratchet down the judge about these things all right with the twitter's let's we blow this out of proportion deal kevin kevin's right. I'll take that back. I apologize christopher judge. This is not the roman and it could be any number of reasons But he said. This is the classiest thing that i've ever heard about in this business everyone involved in the uk. I'll take all that back. He's abbreviate god of war. To g of w g you only it's gotta be g. o. w. w it all over. It's taken over gears of war. We've all been there. We've put out a tweet menlo. This is hard and then everyone judges it. Everyone judges it research here chris. You're having a bad time. You're not helping us help us help you help us help you. Just g. o. W. everyone involved in the g. o. w. franchise put their hearts and souls into every frame. You see. I wanna thank everyone. That's allowed me to play I assume he meant to say players in character but yeah but yeah so now we know but because i think it was like play love re there was there was a four three two that i just couldn't handle anymore typo too. That's fine that's fine. That's understandable ten. This is i think this is great. And i think initially we all thought. Oh this'll get taken down pretty soon. Pr will kind of snap this up Just based on how kind of inside baseball it seemed and then seeing corey barlow replied to it like hey man we love you dude like. You're you're part of the team that we can do this to you and it'd be really i'm like okay that that's great. They're not gonna take that down but it also just sort of shows you how shitty the movie industry in the tv. She has been to him where something just like. Basic human decency is such a surprise to him that a studio. Qb be like man. Take your time like we. We need your at one hundred ten percent so yeah exactly and that was the reason i wanted to kind of bring up also because like you know the the industry is we're constantly talking about how rough the industry can be in various different forms that i think is nice to also highlight that they're all moments on places where good things happening obviously would like it to happen to different people on all scales old ladders and places within the development of the game. Not just the star of the game But it shows that you know humanity and showing some compassion for people genuinely helps people in create if places in the same way help. Christopher judge he goes on to tweet about how he almost quit the game when Corey told him that he wasn't directed. The next one accord it was just like. Hey do you trust me and Christopher joyce yep and. He's like this. I i second aladdin me exactly like i would like to be like at a little thing of like them delaying wild like the amount of money that must have cost so i don't think like a simple decency thing because they could've still used his voice and hired a different actor to be the body. That sort of thing happens all of the time. I don't disagree. Kevin but i do think with a game this large and a studio this large. You're kind of. I like to assume that seniors. This large are building into The money they're spending. Yeah expecting some sort of delays for like. Hey just cases and this happened just in case we were into this issue. We're kind of prepared for this Ahead of time. I just feel like with with a company. This large making one product. Every what six years right like that that. Is you like them accounting for that. That's i think really really impressive and like shot. I think the other thing is like they have a an interest in making sure that talent is super super invested in staying in that role of feeling. Good about it. Because you look at like. They'd probably learning a lot from seeing novel In the movies right like those are similar movies and franchises on entertainment properties. The are in many way built off the back of their lead characters right like you think about what the does to robert downey junior and the idea that if you treat an actor like robert downey junior paulie. He's more likely to balance out alignment early right. And in that scenario you screw up so many things. I think we live in a world. Now where create as behind these things all understanding that you need to treat your you'll stalls and the people that kind of make the things happen little bit more compassion so they feel good about carrying on doing this because if it turns out off to this god of war. This is the end of the no saga they want to do. Another god of war and they want christopher judge to return. This is the kind of thing that's going to make him. Go absolutely unpack one hundred thousand percent yet one thousand percent and then they save themselves a lot of time and mocking spend in the future having to pitch this new cray toss as as a new acta and all that kind of stuff they save money on and they saved the headache on that because christopher judge zoa like you record to me when i needed you hope so. Let's do this tam. When when tom cruise breaks his ankle on the set of mission. impossible fallout. You don't just rush and then say tom. You can't be in the next stunt scenes are we're going to have to sideline you. You delay the whole movie. Because the franchise is nothing without you. Tom cruise and got a war in my opinion if they picked anybody else. That'd be the body acura..

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"christopher joyce" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"christopher joyce" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"christopher joyce" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"christopher joyce" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"You can see. She's he's good with a hook. Yes it's kind of fun. Poppy sound but it feels a little different in her music videos. If you have a chance to check them out you know. When i was reading about her i was like this reminds me a lot of grooves in the heart videos and and luckily when i was reading about her they talked about how that she She was really influenced by that In addition to Janet jackson beck santana jack white tuba motto And then art like old like staple artists like a shock. A con and daryl hall david byrne michael mcdonald erica. Do like all over the place. Just somebody that you know loves music. She actually went to college. At the usc. Thorp school of music Finished in twenty eighteen. Q play also that part of that song where multiple walter matthau gets on and does like averse. He does like a guest verse shit. Who is the other guy grumpy old men you ever see that flick now but i obviously i. I am familiar with it. Yeah you man. Am i five fucking years old. I feel like a like a crypt keeper. Always have been as part of what drew me to you. Is it jack lemmon. Yes i just googled. It as you were as you were stumbling. Remember as jack linen jack. Limon lemon it's a fun name if you've never seen the movie it's too old gentleman. Slow are really fucking cantankerous. And that's about it. They made two of them two of them. They may grumpy all men than they made. Grumpier old men even more pissed off now on. I don't know do they hold up at the second segment to the show. What's up everybody. We're very mac. The old format just for me though. Because i'm doing grumpy. All men rates was going to do grumpier old and then they may want where they were. The president i think and it was called head of head of state or was that the chris rock movie where he became the press griffin you. Sometimes you go places. I can't go with you and it makes me so lonely. I'm so sorry. I told i warned you texans yours like i'm going to do a whole walter matthau through review on this episode. Should've known when. I sent you that song. I should have thought. Wait wait wait wait wait no yeah only listen to like a few bars event my favorite clips from the funny Grumpy old man movie so anyway. She has a new album. Coming out october. Fifteenth called jew. Now which is the name of her dog. She has done a lot of her music producing in the pandemic and so Her first biggest performance was slated to be bonnaroo on september fourth. Not really sure as of this recording the status of that performance man. Yeah but she's also coming austin city limits this year hans fine so there's bright bright future ahead i also wanted to recommend An album of her new track is called liquor store which apparently got a boost when willow smith covered it on instagram. Ooh that's good. He's also had some attention from john mayer who apparently like reach out to her just to be like. Hey crush school track She has released. Ap's but this will be her first big album She had a ep your dog and then in the year later in twenty twenty a follow up called allergic to dogs exclusive. What was the first one. You're a dog. I thought you said euro dog to like that though is a german shepherd a euro dog. You gotta love it. Some many like french bulldog is a euro dog. Somebody potential names for this episode. I'm always looking for the song of the summer. And i know it is about to be september. We'll be september as of the airing of this episode. But i really. I feel like remmy wilshire. Had the song summer if she doesn't already we haven't we haven't mentioned on a show first of all we did. Just watch that episode lingard again with christopher joyce with christopher jackson singing shujaat ponta bought. But i'm going to say some of the summer at least for me is my own drum. from vivo particularly the messiah remix. A comes in at the leash it. Well i wanna say that. Maybe wolf has a sunland this summer though out. Well just use swooped in here. That's my with songs of the sun. Yes that's fair. see go go check her out. She's got a lot of really cool videos on youtube and and they're like all bops. All the songs are bops. Best one hundred percent. And and the slaps you do not get that kind of guarantee from rachel this lapse loving that's going to be all slaps bops Hey thank you to bow and it's gonna slap bops thanks to go in for these teams on money won't pay you found linked to that right in the old episode description and thanks to maximum fun for having us on the network. There's so many great shows on the maximum network that you should be listening to like the flop house. Rachel's been hitting that flop house space jam episode. Yeah i am afraid to listen to it because it's just like i. That movie space jam to is so important to me We got depression. We got jackie. Laurie show we bulls. You've got greatest discovery cash to pay your dog. there's just endless endless shows if you are all see all the.

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"christopher joyce" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"christopher joyce" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

"I can take of for it. That is mic drop stuff because there is a profoundly simple trees that you have that. It's so profound that people get that is 'cause you sit three things in a profound one. If you ask why. why did that koosun ripi. Why did i have the why me and not someone as why did not get predicted. Why y we used to a certain extent need to also christians but you never going to get those answers. Christopher joyce off yes it creates so much former itself because you're not gonna get the answers so the next thing is to that's the deconstruction to reconstructed and to say okay. Well how can. I take a want to do how to want to look in my future. And you've stayed empathy compassion helping others learning more getting wisdom sharing your knowledge which is if we construct dudin a complete conceptualization. And as you say there's not a listen to be learned from their pain the you can't do you learn from a rape but you can you to heal from it and in the healing is the healing the forgiveness the acceptance of the past. And saying what. Can i do to have a greater future for myself and to help others. Ever-greater future around me. And i think that's that's why i feel like i sleep so well at night now's because whereas before i was unable to before i started healing and star started talking about these things because you talk about that. Yeah i mean for until. I was thirty i it would take me an hour hour and a half to sleep at night. I would sit there later. I would try to go to bed early. i'd go to bed late. I would do all these things. And i just felt like i was cost. The in this anxious state of mind of and i wasn't even thinking about like childhood trauma. But i was just more like angry. Yeah we just like stressed anxious like beating myself up. I was thinking. I was not worthy. I think i needed to do more to gain love from people or whatever whatever might have been just analyzing the day what i did wrong or what it could have done differently and now i i really think about a few things at night. I i have a foundation now of.

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"christopher joyce" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"christopher joyce" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"Yeah it looks incredible. Okay wow that's going to be awesome. Is it olympics okay. So let's christopher joyce have his. His name has ice. Cream in kick so olympics is going to be incredible especially in track and field events this year. Okay because there have been like seven or eight world records that have been broke in just in the trial to right. Not just in america. Nana right lowly that globally right. You know we have a brother that just four forty. Hi four forty high hurdles. Who you know you know. It was going to be like the next edwin. Moses type guy ryan he was just. Doing incredible writers has been the top of the top of the tops and some guy from norway really yesterday broke the record no way a white boy wouldn't spreads right. I'm talking about. This boy was right innovative right. Then you got your car. Richardson both with the woods. With the flame hair and the hi step right now but when she went to grandma and she just laid on the grandmother's lap and then yesterday was announced that she might not make it into the olympics. Because of the we difficult she got tested. Got test positive for marijuana. I hope she does disqualified the test. The test result is supposed to be back between twelve and fifteen. I think it is so she's potentially disqualifying but not will know yet. If if she was called to participate. Yes but the games. Don't start till july twenty seven but if she was hot during the trials does her time hold up. Well that's that's one of the issues is about now right because see. There's been other people other people who have moved tested positive for variety. Shit not just marijuana remember. Most of the world has targeted shifted on marijuana that serve row but there have been others whose times were allowed to stay in because it wasn't in the active games right up to okay so let's listen that's the case is perceived. I look i saw that picture. Would her with her grandmother. That was that was now offers we and but then but then you got the you know. Then you have a sister From from jamaica right who ran a time point one hundred faster right then chakari right. Then you had the girl from nigeria. Who came in tied that right lane author j houser felix of coming back to the olympics or another you know for another four hundred meter and four hundred meter. Four hundred meter relay. She could potentially win two more gold medals becoming the most decorated olympian of all time with like twenty one medals in you know and And then you've got and then you've got the other sister. Her name is sydney sydney mccullough. Who is twenty one years old right. She just broke the world record in in women's here right data excitement and then got the seventeen year old boy. Right who is blue was brokos. Aim bolts record with the record and then in is now as the youngest olympian. Jim ryan nineteen sixty four like that olympics right and could very possibly win in.

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Forty Seven Billion Dollars discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

04:04 min | 3 years ago

Forty Seven Billion Dollars discussed on All Things Considered

"Plastic waste litters cities and oceans plastic particles float in the air that's just the stuff people can see largely overlooked is how making plastic affects the environment is NPR's Christopher Joyce reports it's a big contributor to climate change but then so are many of the alternatives the plastic water bottle or grocery bag or tray of cucumbers at the supermarket they're made from oil or natural gas and says Carol muffin it takes a lot of energy to make that happen the real story of plastics impact on the environment begins at the well heads where it comes out of the ground and it never ever stops Moffett runs the center for international environmental law the center has gathered global data on how much climate warming greenhouse gas is produced in making all that plastic from cradle to grave first there are gas leaks at the well heads then there are leaks from the pipelines that take oil and gas to a chemical plant then there's the link the chemical process of turning oil or gas into raw plastic resin plastics is among the most energy intensive materials to produce factories then use more energy to fashion the plastic in the packaging or carport toward textiles trucking around to consumers causes more emissions and once it's used often gets burned to make electricity that's another source of greenhouse gases all told says Moffett emissions from plastics production incineration could account of fifty six giga tons of carbon between now and twenty fifty or about fifty times the annual emissions of all the coal power plants in the US that's a big number because a plastic production is expected to almost quadruple by twenty fifty that's according to the World Economic Forum the American chemistry council says the US industry plans to spend forty seven billion dollars on new capacity over the next decade the key message that people should take away is that the plastics crisis is the climate crisis hiding in plain sight but one thing this analysis does not do is examine the carbon footprint of things that would replace plastic things like paper or canvas or glass several research groups have in plastic repeatedly comes out ahead chemical engineer Beverly sour of E. R. G. an independent research group compared a mix of plastic packaging with a mix of substitutes the impact associated with plastics are generally much lower than the impact for the mix of substitute materials that would replace packaging here Jeez analysis calculate that the quantity of raw materials as well as the electricity fuel water and other materials needed to make paper and plastic packaging plastic uses less and at the end of its life paper in a landfill emits more greenhouse gases one big advantage plastic has is its light the plastic packaging accomplishes its purpose with very little weight of material just for example a paper bag weighs twice with a plastic one does not only do you have to produce you know twice the weight of material you have to transport twice the weight of material you have twice the weight of material to to manage at the end of its useful life and glass bottles way several times more than plastic ones the E. RG analysis was done for the American chemistry council analyses by the British government and other independent researchers have also found that most plastic packaging has a lighter carbon footprint than paper but his plastics effect on climate all that matters Angela houses no she's a surfer and an attorney with the surf rider foundation it's a group started by surfers who keep beaches like this one in southern California clean so they pick up trash and they see that it's abundantly plastic overwhelmingly plastic literal lasts for decades at least it's trash that marine animals eat plastic breaks down into tiny pieces to contaminate rivers and oceans and our own food where

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The 'Great Dying' Nearly Erased Life On Earth. Scientists See Similarities To Today

Environment: NPR

04:16 min | 3 years ago

The 'Great Dying' Nearly Erased Life On Earth. Scientists See Similarities To Today

"There was a time when life on earth was almost wiped out. The great dying was the biggest extinction ever, it happened two hundred and fifty million years ago and was largely caused by greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. As NPR's Christopher Joyce reports scientists are beginning to see alarming similarities between the great dying and what's happening to our atmosphere. Now you can learn about the great dying at the new deep time exhibit at the Smithsonian's national museum of natural history. I get a back door visit by a giant freight elevator. That's used to haul life size dinosaurs up to the new hall. Workers are assembling dioramas and video monitors. It's a few weeks before opening curator, Scott wing shows me, the exhibits, crown jewel, the museums. First real tyrannosaurus Rex what an enormous head. It's a pretty big body to the Toronto. Sora stands over a prone triceratops. It's jaws clamped on its head. But I guess while the, the truth is, it's really isn't a dinosaur hall. Yes. There are plenty of dinosaurs in it. We like to say come for the dinosaurs. Stay for everything else, the theme is factually, the interconnectedness of life through geologic time exhibits show, for example, how plants at the bottom of the food chain supported everything from insects to twenty ton of Pata services wing likes that he's a botanist. I'm a photo synthesis chauvinist. The whole ecosystem is based on photosynthesis, and because life from toadstools to tyrannosaurs is connected. When something big happens to the earth, the whole fabric can disintegrate and that happened due to global warming. It's explained in the exhibit, great dying section. This is it. This is the big one. The exhibit explains that an enormous volcanic field erupted in what is now Siberia, it spewed carbon dioxide in pollution into the atmosphere possibly for millions of years that warmer to the planet made the oceans, acidic and robbed them of oxygen. There have been other mass extinctions like the one that wiped out the dinosaurs. But this one at the end of the Permian period was about what happens when too much carbon dioxide rises into the atmosphere. Those are lessons that we can learn from studying the past, and they're also those processes that are being observed by scientists today. Earth. Scientists is like Curtis Deutsche of the university of Washington, whose research helped inform, the Smithsonian curator's the very same things that caused the great dying are happening right now in our ocean today as a result of human activities, not to the same degree but in the same direction, so Deutsche thought, why not recreate the hothouse of the great dying in a computer and see how present day life would fare, he could crank up the heat and lower the oxygen and watch as parts of the ocean started to become deadly. The first thing that happens is that you start to see a local loss of species as they begin to move in response to the climate heating up. But some parts of the planet were more forgiving. And we discovered something that was kind of surprising and new, I think, and that is that extinction was very strong everywhere, but it was even stronger near the cold parts of earth in the near the polar oceans. Than it was in the warmer, tropical oceans. It makes sense. He says animals that live near the equator can migrate toward the pulse to find cooler water. But those that are already live in cold oxygen rich waters near the polls have very little room to run. Deutsche says the experiment is a window on the future, even the present marine species are ready migrating, we see responses of marine species to those changes today that look like what we think happened at the end of the Permian, and that says the Smithsonian Scott wing is what visitors should take away from the new exhibit, or so powerful. We are basically a geological for us now, as well as a human force a force that changing the conditions for life on the

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Christopher Joyce, National Museum Of Natural And NPR discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Christopher Joyce, National Museum Of Natural And NPR discussed on All Things Considered

"There was a time when life on earth was almost wiped out. The great dying was the biggest extinction ever, it happened two hundred and fifty million years ago and was largely caused by greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. As NPR's Christopher Joyce reports scientists are beginning to see alarming similarities between the great dying and what's happening to our atmosphere. Now you can learn about the great dying at the new deep time exhibit at the national museum of natural history. I get a back door of visit by a giant freight elevator. That's used to haul life size dinosaurs up to the new hall.

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Smithsonian National Museum Of Natural, Christopher Joyce And NPR discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Smithsonian National Museum Of Natural, Christopher Joyce And NPR discussed on All Things Considered

"There was a time when life on earth was almost wiped out. The great dying was the biggest extinction ever happened to hundred and fifty million years ago and was largely caused by greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. As NPR's Christopher Joyce reports scientists are beginning to see alarming similarities between the great dying and what's happening to our atmosphere. Now you can learn about the great dying at the new deep time exhibit at the Smithsonian national museum of natural history. I get a back door visit by a giant freight elevator. That's used to haul life size dinosaurs up to the new

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China factories releasing thousands of tonnes of illegal CFC gases, study finds

Fresh Air

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

China factories releasing thousands of tonnes of illegal CFC gases, study finds

"An industrial chemical damaging the earth's. Ozone layer has been increasing in the atmosphere in Paris. Christopher Joyce tells us scientists believe it's coming from eastern China. The chemical is a coolant mostly used in refrigeration called CFC eleven. It destroys ozone in the atmosphere, creating ozone holes that let harmful amounts of solar radiation, strike the earth and international treaty required. Nations to phase out. These chemicals by twenty ten yet scientists have detected a spike in CFC's in the atmosphere over the past five years. Researchers working in Asia measured and tracked the CFC's in the atmosphere. They found that up to sixty percent of increase is coming from China, the source appears to be in northeastern provinces, writing in the journal nature of the scientists attribute the rise to new reported use of the

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Greenland, Christopher Joyce And National Academy Of Sciences discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Greenland, Christopher Joyce And National Academy Of Sciences discussed on Morning Edition

"Londonderry new research on the massive ice sheet that covers much of Greenland shows eighties melting six times faster than it was forty years ago as NPR's Christopher Joyce reports that's contributing to rising sea levels, billions of tons of ice covered Greenland up until the nineteen seventies. The amount of ice was relatively stable. What melted and flowed into the ocean was offset by new ice formed on land every year? Now, scientists writing in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences say that balance is off a lot more ice is melting than being newly deposited a study of two hundred sixty glaciers on Greenland shows that. While the rate of melting varies over short. Periods of time over the long term the rate is speeding up. The researchers point out that Greenland melt at ice as raised global sea levels by half an inch since nineteen seventy-two but half of that rise came in just the last

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Dozens Of Nonnative Marine Species Have Invaded The Galapagos Islands

All Things Considered

02:52 min | 4 years ago

Dozens Of Nonnative Marine Species Have Invaded The Galapagos Islands

"Cornish. The Galapagos islands are like a biological arc in the eastern Pacific Ocean. There giant tortoises and swimming iguanas and numerous creatures found nowhere else is one of the world's most protected places. But scientists have discovered that dozens of exotic species have invaded the Galapagos underwater NPR's Christopher Joyce reports on this unexpected finding marine biologists James Carlton remembers when he first got to thinking that the Galapagos islands may not be as pristine as people thought on my first visit to the Galapagos collected some samples from both bottom barnacles sponges and other hitchhikers that was nineteen eighty-seven Carlton didn't know if those creatures he found were native or not so four years ago he and a team of scientists decided to return and take a closer. Look, we didn't know quite what to do. Expect what they did know was that on land. There were lots of invasive species species that are not native to the islands, but in the surrounding ocean. Scientists only knew of five invaders everything else presumably was native when Carlton's team looked underwater. However, they found a hoard of invaders and now we have fifty three which is a rather stunning increase marine biologist. Gregory Ruiz says they found exotic species on pilings docks and mangrove roots. They hung plastic plates underwater in all sorts of alien invertebrates latched onto them at the Smithsonian environmental research center in Maryland, where he works Ruiz shows me, the invasions lab, researchers here track invasive species around the world, this is a organism that we've found in the Galapagos tuna could also known as a sea squirt a tiny tube-like animal. He has more invaders in glass bowls filled with alcohol barnacle. Nls LG, CNN enemies. They're described in the journal aquatic invasions recess rising tourism in the Galapagos means more boats, docks, pilings, transportation and homes. For invasive, these organisms aren't just footnotes in the biology. Text zebra mussels invaded the Great Lakes and caused havoc the tiny parasite called MS X has killed millions of choice tres in the Chesapeake Bay on the east coast James Carlton now, professor emeritus at Williams. College says tracking invaders helps authorities stem they're spread he expects other tropical areas or heavily invaded as well. And in a protected place. Let the Galapagos he says their presence means something's been lost. We value a world that we think represents nature before we began altering it before we began removing species, Abby species and changing the abundance of species, even in the Galapagos that were. World is

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Teenage Diver Finds Tons Of Golf Balls Rotting Off California

Marketplace

02:28 min | 4 years ago

Teenage Diver Finds Tons Of Golf Balls Rotting Off California

"Carmel, California. She and her father were diving in the Pacific just offshore from a golf course. She looks down. And saw something weird. You couldn't see the fan. It was completely white golf balls. You looked down. And you're like, what are you doing here? Thousands of golf balls. It felt like a shot to the heart. She was offended. She decided she'd haul them up she put them in her family's garage. I had all these. My garage and they stunk and I had no idea why. Then she heard about a scientist who studied the plastic waste in the ocean. His name was Matt Sevaka from Stanford University. She emailed him. He came to look at her collection fifty thousand golf balls just sitting in the garage. He said, I should write a paper about this. And I was like man, I'm sixteen years old. I don't know how to read a scientific paper he said he'd help that meant diving with her not easy. The oceans off California, actually, quite cold. And so you suit up in a pretty thick wet suit. It's incredibly physically demanding they took kayaks out to ferry the golf balls back. We'll have the kayak so-so prostate that will end up just having the to- the kayak back, and we'll have to swim to shore while we were out there. We would hear plink plink. And then we look up on the hill. And there would be golf balls flying in off the course right into the ocean. Where we were doing some collections actually whenever we have good conditions were able to pull out between like five hundred. Two five thousand off ball over two years. They found more than fifty thousand golf balls. The source five golf courses. Three were up. The Carmel river, the golf balls just rolled underwater down to the ocean in the journal marine pollution bulletin, the team says chemicals from fifty thousand or so cough balls. We'll probably only have a small effect on the ocean. But they do degrade into micro plastic pieces that marine animals could eat Alex Weber says, if those golf balls floated people would be shocked, if a person could see what we see underwater, it would not be acceptable. Christopher Joyce NPR news, the Brazilian composer and pianist Andre math Mari has always played with the concept of theme and variation. He did a whole album of variations on Beatles tunes. She's a very early age. I was drawn to improvisation even sometimes the classical teachers didn't like it when he got off the

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An Island Crusader Takes On The Big Brands Behind Plastic Waste

NPR's World Story of the Day

06:29 min | 4 years ago

An Island Crusader Takes On The Big Brands Behind Plastic Waste

"A tide of plastic waste is contaminating the oceans. And in a congressional hearing Senator Sheldon Whitehouse named major culprits over fifty percent of the plastic waste in the oceans comes from just five countries, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Sri Lanka NPR science. Correspondent Christopher Joyce. Went to one of those countries the Philippines to see how bad it is Manila it sprawls along the coast of Manila Bay. Shantytown sit in the shadow of new high rises and mega shopping malls, people here have more money than they used to. So they're buying more stuff from fancy soaps to important coffee in fast food, all which is wrapped in plastic packaging. A lot of that plastic ends up in the bay. There's an island in the bay that's kind of like a doormat for that floating. Plastic. I went to take a look it's not far from shore. We're on a Bunka, which is a Filipino vote. Wouldn't vote about twenty long creepy by. I could see lots of mangrove trees, the islands could be a place for a resort except that what looks like Spanish moss hanging from the branches. Isn't it's plastic bags. On the way out there. You look along the shore at just one all mine, plastic debris. To get a sure we walk on a little catwalk me, Dan Boone held together with plastic tie underneath it. It's. Classic perplex. Hello. The variety of stuff leading around is amazing shoes bottles, syringes, even motorcycle films. It's impossible to tell exactly where all this stuff comes from. The clearly a lot of it comes from the neighborhood surrounding Manila Bay. Some of those neighborhoods trying to stop the flow of plastic into the bay. Visit who long do hot? Good morning told people the local government is now requiring residents to actually pick through their trash and segregate out the plastic. So the community can deal with it. The woman pushes her trash carts who had paid and series of allies and along with her is a monitor from the neighborhood government. My name isse Danya Daleas, Akita speaking through a translator. So the policies that no segregation election so collection is free. But the household need to segregate their race food waste goes in one bag metals paper glass in another in two bags for plastic recyclable and nonrecyclable if residents don't comply with all this. They pay a fine. I offense by bonded vessels. Second offense one thousand and third going to Jane even jail for nuts. Separating plastic from your trash. There are hundreds of official neighborhoods in this huge city who long do hot is one of just sixteen now require residents to segregate plastic from their garbage. Is it enough? I asked the town secretary need to Yano you think it's going to work. I mean, it's. Like a soon. Nami aplastic. Now do not own. Well, sometimes I get mad as a community. We do our part to clean up the waste and educate people about the environment and in the beginning people call rate, but then they go back to their old ways. And it makes me sad. But even when people do do their best where does that plastic go? That's where it gets complicated. Some plastic bottles gets recycled. But then there are the sachets plastic packets that contain a single portion of soap or coffee your shampoo, that's how corporations like Unilever and Nestle market consumer goods in Asia. And most of these Shays cannot be recycled that rankles froylan. Greta he's with an environmental group mother earth foundation, which has sponsored the neighborhood cleanups. The problem is that for most of these companies, they feel they're responsible to their product ends the moment, they sell it. He says there's a reason us. Sachets end up in the ocean, and the Philippines, independent waste workers collect plastic and sell it to recyclers. But if it can't be recycled like, those Shays, it has no value doctoral waste Mercker, can you actually earned from this big collecting it. So they don't collect it groti has spent seventeen years looking for ways to get rid of plastic waste in our realizes that Filipinos can't dig out of this alone. Most packaging comes from just a few big companies. He says it's time they take more responsibility companies dumping all of this new products and packaging that is beyond their capacity to manage you earned from this in and you expect all of us to then magically just solve it for you. You can't just magically get rid of something that is permanent that doesn't degrade. It just keeps piling up. Remember that visited walking toward the beach plastic underfoot? I stopped to look at a huge pile of burlap bags stuffed with plastic waste a team of workers collected that waste one day's work. And yet they barely make dent. It's relentless and it buries itself in the sand and becomes permanent. Kick the stand aside. And there's a plastic tile. There's four or five straws Sanders, a half of a plastic bag and mixed in with coconuts and mangrove seeds. You know, it's just it gives you the feeling that you can't ever catch up. That's why many people throughout southeast Asia are now saying enough cleaning up isn't going to fix this. They want to take the fight to the corporations that create the plastic in the first place. Christopher Joyce NPR news.

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Carbon Dioxide Emissions Are Up Again. What Now, Climate?

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02:55 min | 4 years ago

Carbon Dioxide Emissions Are Up Again. What Now, Climate?

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything in Poland climate negotiators from around the world are meeting to figure out how to keep greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere. The task looks harder than ever as NPR's. Christopher. Joyce reports. New research shows emissions are getting worse for three years. The news about global emissions of the biggest greenhouse gas carbon dioxide was pretty good. They were leveling off. But then they started to rise again in twenty seventeen and they're still going up. Rob Jackson is a climate researcher at Stanford University last year, we thought was a blip or could be a blip. But it isn't this year were up again the second year in a row and emissions arising the slowdown. And then the uptick are largely the result of. What's been happening in China? Their economy has been slowing a bit, which is one reason the mission stalled. But now the government is trying to boost growth than are green lighting, some coal projects that had been on hold. India is also using a lot more coal as the government tries to bring electricity to millions. Who don't have it writing in the journal environmental research letters Jackson notes that Americans are using way less coal now. But like most everyone else in the world, they're using a lot more of another kind of fossil fuel. It's cheap gasoline were buying bigger cars, and we're driving more miles per vehicle. Another hurdle reported in the journal nature this week China is cleaning up its air pollution. That sounds great for pollution, weary Chinese citizens. But some of that air pollution, actually, cools the atmosphere. It blocks out solar radiation, less pollution. Ironically, could mean more warming some climate experts meeting in Poland are eager to point to successes rather than a Lou. Coming carbon apocalypse like Corine mccarey from the university of East Anglia in Great Britain. She says take a look at clean energy growth. Ninety owner and wind power. Yeah. Hasn't been investment by government, and by businesses and wind and solar energy. And these investments have driven down to cost down to where renewable energy can compete with coal for new power plants, but renewable energy is far from replacing fossil fuels and the gauche eaters in Poland. Just got a rude. Reminder of how hard that will be in France a proposed tax on gasoline meant to cut consumption caused widespread rioting the French government quickly put that idea on ice. Christopher Joyce NPR news.

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US, NPR and China discussed on Q

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00:51 sec | 4 years ago

US, NPR and China discussed on Q

"Hurricane Florence is. Now a category. Four storm and is expected to bring heavy surf and high water levels by Wednesday along the southeast coast, embarrass Christopher Joyce reports on the storm's progress meteorologists say Florence continues to strengthen as it moves toward North Carolina and Virginia while it may moderate once it hits the coast, high winds pose a serious threat to life and property. In addition, the National Hurricane Center warns of storm surge that could be several feet high even more worrisome experts say is the potential for the storm to stall once it works its way over land that could drop more than two feet of rain in some places and caused flash flooding hurricane this strong. So far north is rare climate scientists say Florence potential to cause flooding is due in part to a warmer Atlantic Ocean and atmosphere caused by global

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Bombing at mosque in Afghanistan kills at least 14

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02:38 min | 4 years ago

Bombing at mosque in Afghanistan kills at least 14

"Of the year have shaken a jamaica playing community the shootings on friday night kill two men one of the victims christopher joyce who was just twenty three was set to walk in salem states graduation in twelve days vladimir putin has officially taking the oath of office for his fourth term as russian president and president trump's nominee to be director of the cia gina hospital faces confirmation hearings this week before the senate intelligence committee in other news a bomb blast over the weekend at a mosque in eastern afghanistan kills at least fourteen people we have more from abc's tom rivers the injured removed to a nearby hospital in cost the powerful blast happened while worshippers were busy with prayers and in other parts of the moss people had gathered to get their voter registration cards for the upcoming election afghanistan plans to hold elections in october the first since two thousand fourteen the taliban denied involvement in the blasts and so far no group has claimed responsibility main sheriff's deputy eugene cole is honored at a memorial service today cole was the first main law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty in nearly three decades the suspect john williams was caught after a four day manhunt thousands from across the country are expected at the funeral today an m y pd motorcycle unit will lead the procession from the funeral home scou higgin beginning at nine thirty this morning tucson's of dorchester are remembered with a memorial at pope john paul park near the deposit river wbz's karyn regal with that state trooper macho man was shot and killed along route three in kingston as you approach to stop van in nineteen ninetyfour he was thirty one suffolk county sheriff ricky denver was down in two thousand five hundred thirty five now they are remembered together sergeant deborah mother kathleen rickie saves a lot when they put a stop to these career criminals how many more have ultimate sacrifice needs to be in state the death penalty now endorsed chester karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time now eight fifty one pilots and staff at air france continue a two week long strike today that strike prompted the cancellation of about fifteen percent of air france flights worldwide shares plunged this morning after the company ceo announced his resignation friday after workers rejected the company's latest wage proposal the.

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