31 Burst results for "Delphi"

The History Of Exorcism

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:58 min | 3 months ago

The History Of Exorcism

"Tony us and carry the show where we don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal. We take part ourselves. Yup when they make the claims we show up so you don't have to carry poppy and i'm becoming an exorcist me to a and so can you at the international school system bernadette dad too. That's my for everything now. Oh are you willing to give it to bob larsen. I'm willing to rent it to bob larson. Yeah you're welcome bob. Yeah bobo what is it that. Let's see your outing a little bit of a syncopation bad about up. But i'm different. Now you repeat all right. We'll know is asking myself if that was different from what you did. I don't know i anyway. it's beautiful. Thank you and we have taken. The course work to become exercises. We've told you a little bit about it in our previous episodes but now we're in deep dive mode. Yeah man. let's get into the history of exercises so put on your exorcism hat. Your student hat last time we left off at the end of level. One course one. I know big cliffhanger yes so. Let's talk about tanger absolutely. Let's talk about christian and pre christian exorcism. Okay well this is module two of level one apprentice level. Oh okay you're making the sound like a very long journey of the exorcist. They have all these like sort of sub descriptions. When you get in there it's not very easily delineated. Your but yes so. You're talking about macho to within level one to be fair level. One is synonymous with the apprentice level. Correct so there's going to be ten modules. And as i was telling you earlier today all ten modules basically amount to exercise been around a long time. It's not a new thing. I'm bob larsen. Just summed it all up for our show for show. Thank you so much. So they're christian and pre christian extra schism part is about how there were indeed exorcisms before jesus even right before. There were such things as christians. So don't be thinking that exorcism is just this new up start phenomenon or that. Bob invented So he let us know that egypt. Persians canaanites all had x.'s rituals. Yes mostly they were incantations or enchantment. There's always going to be kind of a rough line around exorcism as posession versus exorcism as occurs. That's influencing you or maybe laid upon an object so there's kind of squishy lines around all of this. I wonder if he would acknowledge that. Sometimes people did them for health ailments that we would now just acknowledge our health elements. Yes yes. yeah. I think bob's pretty weird that little bit of god of the gaps where god when used to explain things that we just don't understand yet like lightning for example like when a lot of churches and the late seventeen hundred started installing lightning rods. A lot of people were upset. Like oh well this is going to subvert. The will of god share so then when science steps in and explains that oh actually charged particles in quick energy transfer. And hey look you know you can actually take control of that aspect of weather. Then god stops being used as an explanation right. That's what i mean. When i say god of the gaps oh god gets increasingly small and one's world view if one defines god based on what we don't know the more we know the less god is invoked to explain. They should make that at the. Bottom of the nbc. The more you know you need to invokes to explain what are bypass about about so. While bob didn't used that terminology. I think he realizes yeah. Ok some things now. We do explain with medical science or just an understanding of the natural world and very late in this game hill. Really get into mental health issues. That definitely although i think he'd draw a hardline around anything that happened. During the jesus years everything jesus healed. It was whatever she said it was the bible. Says you're walking on water. You turned water into wine or something else involving water then. Yeah that was legit because the bible is absolutely correct about everything i was gonna say. Is there any area where. Bob is not a scriptural literalist. Oh good question you know. I feel like that is always hard to define. Because some people say they are and then as he listened to them describe their beliefs. But if you look through a certain lens you'll see that at the time they were encoding. They're under yeah virgin actually There's gonna be all kinds of ringing. But i feel for the most part bob pretty literal. Yeah he doesn't have to do a lot of back flipping to defend his literal biblical azam. So one thing. He said that i thought was interesting. Is basically everybody alive. During that time was an exorcist like it was kind of taken for granted. Something anybody could do if there are spirits in this world you talk to the spirits right being and when you live in that world where everything around you is kind of controlled by the whims of the gods and the demons. You have to deal with them and placate them. So you mentioned in ancient babylon you had priests like creating a clay figure of a demon and then smashing it. In hinduism you had demons and demigods. Who were understood to attack living beings in greece. You had the oracle of delphi and they were supposedly possessed to tell the future Andy pointed to other which and shamans and various cultures that have had the equivalent of these beliefs

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Forging International Consensus About the Future of Intelligence - with Jerome Glenn

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

02:24 min | 6 months ago

Forging International Consensus About the Future of Intelligence - with Jerome Glenn

"So Jerome got a lot to talk about here in terms of artificial intelligence governance, artificial general intelligence. The reason I think this conversation will be fun is because you've thought through some future scenarios with with very large organizations for many years. Very High Level and you've learned a lot in the process of what is the process for pulling together different stakeholders imagining, what will the future be? What should we do I? Mean very complicated. You go about it. Of course, one of the first things you do is you gotta find out the state of the art of whatever it is you know is there is, let's say five elements to it or ten elements, and you know was the state of the art on this element on this element, this element, this element. Now myself I won't know enough to do that. So we have a global network of networks sixty five nodes. Return Network himself within countries, and so I can say, here's where we are so far and they tell me what else ought to be considered. So there's so as global sort of a state of the art assessment finger. Yeah and then within that with take a look and say what questions were not asked the authorities have been asked. and. What questions were as but answered, superficial. That gives us questions to as in a Delphi study, which is a questionnaire goes around the world. And the results of that then becomes guts content to create draft scenarios. We send address narrows back out and everybody hasn't at Pat and presides over, and then we can say, okay, what do you do about this scenario? What did you do about it? You'll see a good action as well as scenarios this sort of a general approach So you talked about the Delphi study I actually recall you bringing this up the first time you and I chatted I don't remember who has five years ago or something wild like that. Speak briefly about wooded Delphi study is so I like finger on the pulse what are we missing? Pulling, those ideas together and then there's this kind of dispersion to generate even more. What is the Delphi study. Delphi questionnaire. Whose second round. Is. Determined by the results of the first round. And third round is determined by the results the second route. the reason for it was that there were generals and admirals and experts that don't always the same room with each other at the Rand Corporation.

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president vice former trump Joe

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 10 months ago

president vice former trump Joe

"The National Archives to find any complaint as former staffer terror read they have filed against him after alleging he sexually assaulted her while serving as a senator in nineteen ninety three I'm sorry for the sentencing day for Delphi whether any such document exists if it does make it public the former vice president emphatically denied he assaulted read never never happened Biden declined to speculate on what I read is making the accusations when he delights CBS news meantime president trump is responding to Joe Biden's denial president trump tells podcast host Dan Bongino if the allegations against Biden aren't true he should deny that just go out and fight it Mr trump insists he's been a victim of false allegations and I just deny it if it's not true you deny it still he says he finds Tara Reid story compelling certainly far more compelling than anything they had with respect to Brett Kavanaugh Mr trump told Bongino he doesn't know if Biden will be the democratic nominee CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy and the university of Delaware has a trove of Biden's Senate papers but tell CNN there are still no plans to make them public now as pressure grows on the campaign to release records that some say could potentially shed light on the sexual assault allegations the

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Washington D.C.-area forecast: Cool and rather dreary today, then briefly much warmer tomorrow

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Washington D.C.-area forecast: Cool and rather dreary today, then briefly much warmer tomorrow

"The cold front went back through the area last night we have cool air wedged up against the mountains temperatures are not going to move very much today basically we're gonna be holding steady in the mid to upper fifties mostly cloudy some peaks of sunshine in far south from Virginia those spots will have highs and lows sixties later on this afternoon he's even gonna be a few stray showers maybe a rumble of thunder in far northern Maryland especially close to the Pennsylvania line overnight tonight cloudy damp and cool patchy fog in a few showers lows will be in the mid forties to low fifties and tomorrow the front we backed the north well to Pennsylvania partly sunny breezy and unseasonably warm highs will be in the upper seventies to low eighties could be a stray shower or thunderstorm late in the day with a weak cold front moving through what a not quite as warm but still quite mild upper sixties to low seventies Tuesday increasing clouds and mild highs will be in the mid to upper sixties I'm storm team four meteorologist Matt Ritter we've got fifty four in Suitland fifty six in Oxon hill fifty five in Burke and then fifty six in the Delphi fifty five degrees here in the

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"We know that this is about power to you and you want to know what we know one day. You will question to you. What will those closest to you think of? They find out that you brutally murdered two little girls to children. Only a coward do such a thing. We are confident that you have told someone what you have done. Or at the very least they know because of how different you are since the murders. This was the moment I think a lot of people thought. Whoa this was the moment that I thought man. It's like something out of a movie. Usually don't hear that it was chilling and his intensity. You felt that the minute he got up to that podium. You felt the intensity of what he was about to say so. Let's put all of the stuff that we've just talked about and all the stuff we've learned in context and perspective here when we look at the information out of this news conference with the benefit of hindsight that information isn't really new. That's all information. They had in February of twenty seventeen early on investigation. Not for them right and that kind of goes to what share of lesson be said about. This was planned be so. When did this come into being was plan B? Always there was this something that they had kind of had in their back pocket from day. One we don't know the decision to release this information now. Why now by April of Twenty nineteen? A lot of people thought that because of some of the religious things that Superintendent Carter said in the press conference because this movie yet the movie the movie right he also. This was announced on Good Friday and they made sure to invite the public. The press conference happens day after Easter. So is the Easter Holiday significant? Is that why they planned this? They they don't say and in addition to the date and Easter holiday we had already been in communication with the Patty family and had an interview setup for right after this press conference and then Superintendent Carter Says No interviews for two weeks weeks. They don't say exactly my own. Guess is just. They wanted the words that they used to be. What was reported what was in the media for two weeks? They didn't want the family's reaction to it to become the headline. That's my take on it. They haven't said whether that's true or not from an investigative standpoint. This is the end of the line. This is it all. The cards are on the table from the investigators and for the last seven chapters. We've been working through this story outlining this case and by now you likely have your own theories at home and so next time. We're actually GONNA start outlining hours down. The Hill is written and produced by Barbara McDonald. Dan Semedo Vich and me. Andrew with original music scoring Shuo Sir and production support from associate producers. Michael Dudley and Kaylene Chassis Sherry. Selby's is our senior production manager. If you WANNA see the people places and things we've been talking about visit our website down the hill. Podcast DOT COM. Brian Bell is senior director of programming and Tyler Moody is the vice president of the Warner media. Podcast network especial thanks to the people of Delphi and the members of law enforcement who are in charge of solving this crime and most important of all a big thank you. We appreciate you listening..

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"To the family so I hope you all will give them some time because we're going to be asking that there's no media inquiry or no media response for at least the next two weeks and I hope you understand why the family found out about this about this information this morning. Just want the family to know that when I take my last breath on this earth. I'll be thinking of them. There's going to be a tremendous amount of questions. I know that I know that never in my career have I stood in front of something like this? Please be patient with US please. We're just beginning. We are just now beginning and I can tell you on behalf of the sheriff and the police chief so many other partners that have stood with us over this period of time that we will not stop. Doug Carter immediately walks off no questions mic drop and next to the podium where he was standing. There's a large easel draped in a red sheet. It had been there nearly two hours before the presser started. And what's on that? Easel isn't exactly clear but it seems important. I just unveiled the person that we believe responsible for the murder of these two little girls so I might media. Take a look at that now. Kim. That's Captain Dave Burston. You've heard from him a few chapters ago he was an ISP spokesman at the time when he pulls that sheet down with the media and people watching at home see is completely new. It's a sketch of a young white male with curly. Sort of bushy hair. A large forehead and a prominent chin. Almost what's called a lantern jaw? Think Jay Leno compared to the sketch police released nearly two years earlier. It is totally different. But they're not finished. We're also going to show you a video not previously released. The Superintendent spoke to and also the audio that's additional to what's been previously released so a slight change on it. The video plays out is less than two seconds remember. The still picture released a few days after the murder. It's that one only the video version and it's from Libya's phone. The man in the blue jacket with blue jeans and a Hoodie has something on his head. Maybe it's the Hoodie a cap. Maybe it's just his hair but he takes two full steps on the bridge and following that video the Indiana state police had something else from Libya's phone too crew so for fourteen months. The town of Delphi is haunted by three words down the hill. And now there's four with some static something to diabled in between right and a slew of new information out of this news conference and as it has all the period of time leading up to this point there's ripple effects all through town. I mean we thought that the conjecture and speculation was crazy before now. There's a second sketch and it's just going to increase tenfold. Because he watched his the comedy podcast. Which brings you brand new ideas. Tv shows and movies West. Some funny and creative Brits discover that maybe there is such thing as a bad idea so the idea iheart aimed at didn't show called crazy in love. You've got a group of girls one really rich guy. And then there's a couple of like category mental patients. If they must be mistreat actress no questions asked basically paying for prove. I'm regretting. This already. Subscribe to because she watched with new episodes every Thursday. I'm Ana Garcia the host of crime. Daily the PODCAST. Join me every Friday. To learn about the latest true crime stories from across the nation we cover unsolved murders compelling mysteries undercover investigations and shocking crimes. This is the place to learn about at all. True Crime Daily also happens to have the largest and most active true crime digital community in the world. You can find our content on spotify I tunes stitcher and Google play just search for true crime daily. The podcast make sure to subscribe also look for us on Youtube and facebook.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"I knew that things were going to be tough I knew I was GONNA get drilled. I knew the superintendent. What's going to get drilled? And we were the two main people that people are GonNa look special being the superintendent that excuse the expression threw it out there. I mean I could have done it. He did it. We all felt that it was better that he did it just because of his ability to speak and talk the Indiana state. Police call a news conference. Which News Conferences Happen every day? All over the place you and I worked in his long enough to watch. We've watched hundreds of them oftentimes of the same things. Oftentimes there's not a lot of new information not a lot of Activity out of these. Sometimes they're just a formality right. This wouldn't couldn't be any different from that. Can you talk to me a little bit about when this came together? Your call to get to Indiana that kind of whole behind the yes. This is April of two thousand nineteen so Easter Sunday. Susan and I flew up to Indianapolis got a hotel room and we were really thinking. They've got somebody. They figured out who this is. They've got somebody and it's all over now so they have this news conference in the Canal Center. Which is kind of a community center of sorts for a gathering this size. It's a perfect venue for this. Because in addition to inviting the media this time they were inviting the public. They wanted everyone to come and they were being very clear about that. This is open to the public. Come and hear what we have to say. So the natural question becomes what is it. They're going to say we're going to get out of the way and let Isp Superintendent Doug Carter do the talking playing this in its entirety. This is the entirety of what he said information's being released. Today is the result of literally thousands and thousands of hours of extraordinary investigative efforts by Delphi Carroll County the FBI at Indiana State police and countless other agencies. This community surrounded us some twenty six months ago and you did everything you could to support us but most importantly you surrounded the family of these two little girls. Gosh I'll never forget it after you hear what we're going to release today. I'm going to ask for your continued support. Your continued understanding your empathy and compassion. As as we move forward to find out who did this. And we will we're seeking the public's help to identify the driver vehicle that was parked at the old. Cps Welfare building in the city Adelphi that was abandoned on the east side of county road. Three hundred north next to the hoosier heartland highway between the hours of noon five on February fourteenth two thousand seventeen. If you're parked there are no who was parked there. Please contact the officers at the command post at the Delphi city building. We're releasing additional portions of the audio recording from that day. Please keep in mind. The person talking is one person and is the person on the bridge with the girls. This is not to different people speaking. Please listen to it very very carefully. We're also releasing video recovered from Libya's phone. This video has never before been previously released to video. Shows suspect walking on the bridge when you see the video watch the watch the person's mannerisms as they walk watch the mannerisms as he walks. Do you recognize the mannerisms as big someone that you might know remember? He is walking on the former railroad bridge because of the deteriorating condition of the bridge the suspect is not walking naturally due to the spacing between the ties. The course of this investigation. We have concluded. The first released will become secondary as of today. The result of the new information and intelligence over time. Leads us to believe the sketch which you will see shortly. Is the person responsible for the murders of these two little girls? We also believe this person is from Delphi. Currently or as previously lived here visits Delphi regular basis or works here. We believe this person is currently between the age range of eighteen and forty but might appear younger than its true age directly to the killer. Who Maybe in this room? We believe you're hiding in plain sight for more two years. You never thought we would shift gears to a different investigative strategy but we have. We likely have interviewed you or someone close to you. We know that this is about power to you and you want to know what we know one day. You will the question to you. What will those closest to you think of? They find out that you brutally murdered two little girls to children. Only a coward do such a thing. We are confident that you had told someone what you have done. Or at the very least they know because how different you are since the murders. We try so hard to understand how a person could do something like this to to to to children. I recently watched a movie called the shack..

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"Make something out of nothing. You want to be the big the show so to speak. That's not what police work is all about it embarrasses that person for one especially if you put a name with it the next morning to have about six phone calls a hey Kim Riley. I understand that the murder of the two girls if you look at facebook. I don't WanNa be knows you know those phone calls. It really is the killer. Wouldn't that perhaps tip him off now. People are onto him. Yes he's going to change. His behaviors can change his looks. He's GonNa choose expression. Get Out of Dodge You know he's not gonNA hang around. Tell a Senate information does. Don't send it an input on facebook or put on facebook and then decide to send us because we're not. We look at facebook but we don't. That's not where we get our information. We get our information from the tip line and from the emails and preferably. We prefer the emails. It's the easiest way to do it. And that's the way we way we want it because we don't have time to go on and look at every facebook page and we and most people don't have that much time and you know when you're just because we're dealing with this case doesn't mean there's not five ten or fifteen other cases we're dealing with also this is also where we begin to see. The family members get caught up in this same cycle of these side by sides and people taking facebook images of them and saying Oh. This looks like this sketch or oh that looks like the sketch and that even caught up with Sadie mountie. Here's what she has to say about that. Some of them think they could actually solve this. Can you answer to their. Yeah dumb people in their facebook investigating. That's what we like to follow but they don't have legal authority to do anything so I don't understand why they think they can solve it. Somebody called the tip on my husband and my son is like a hundred and thirty five pounds like no and we had a police officer down a table and asked my husband many many many questions and it was hurtful but we were open to tell him now. This is where we were. This is what we were doing because we had no shame to hide because we knew what we were doing and we would never want to do anything like that someone especially someone in my family of all things the COP was like. I don't know why this tip was called in but we have to follow up through this so her. Just GonNa ask you these questions. And if you're I might be back if something doesn't checkout and everything checked out fine. My husband work that day so not even sheriff. Tobe lesin be was immune from the accusations. My Name's been brought up three times in the whole process. What was the sheriff doing that day? Whether it's a personal issue that someone has against me our. I don't know where that you know. Where those three several times where that came from but as with everyone else the again Kudos to our investigators because they came to me. Sheriff tell you this but yeah and so like everyone else you know. That's exactly what they did. I mean they checked into the various individuals in our community. And Say Okay. You know what were you? Basically during this time period of February thirteenth two thousand seventeen. It seems like no one in Delphi is immune from being thrown into the conversation and for abby friend Eric Gibson. And her mom amy. It's starting to wear thin people talk without knowing anything People just want their five seconds of fame and that's all it comes down to you know. They want to throw out whatever they can to to get their name out there regardless of true regardless of her hurts. They just. They're they're selfish. They don't care about abby and libby their interest is just to be the one that caught the killer and to get that money. I mean that's all it comes down to. They don't have. They don't care all about dolphins down they don't care about the families you know. They just say they all bashes everybody on Gulf. I like every person. Adelphi is this Delphi. People are this and so we know. We're not that you know we come from a town by not bad. You know. We've never had violence like this. I've grown up here my whole life. You know we've never had anything like this happened before and and you know everybody you know getting on law enforcement saying that they you know that they're corrupt and and they know what happened and all of us have. We don't believe that the people that live here we trust in our law enforcement which we trust that. They're doing everything they can. This doesn't happen here. They didn't know what was happening. You know like I would never blame them for for anything. Mike and Becky. Patty are united in this case on every front except one how to deal with the online community Mike says he and his wife in thirty years of marriage rarely disagree but through all the pain grief. This is the only thing they argue about. It doesn't bother me. It really doesn't because I know the truth is on my side. People can speculate and throw out all kinds of stuff from an innuendos when rumors. It's not gonNA change the facts. Remember right I live in a world of tax and data while I don't like for my family and everybody else to be able to see you know the the the speculation that people put out there. It really doesn't even when the wife and I feel I know it time she says how values because it doesn't. It's not the truth people out there that look. Look at this as as as Is GonNa look like as a case or I don't know how to how to say it for sure but if they would take all that energy that they spend and put it in a positive light that could truly possibly help the situation but you know and that's what I would ask people stop and think before you post before you do things. Is this really going to help? How how can I help the situation make it better not worse because all the you know the stuff that's been said about you know what self in the family doesn't that isn't providing any positively getting to a resolution here in as for seven the other things? I just think there's militias people out there too much time on their hands The only thing that worries me is that it's not just us but there's other people that that they could potentially ruin their lives. You know these people have done nothing. These are innocent people out. There's only one guilty person so all of these pictures all of these people that they're sharing you know they're all innocent. Maybe maybe one becky. I can't help but notice. You've obviously both suffered unspeakable but it's this thing or this part of the story about this kind of the draft of social media is the first time I've seen you visibly angry. I get very angry. There's been so many lies. Not Rumors lies brought out. There's been things private things that have been put out there. I shouldn't have been put out there. They have invaded things. That should have never invaded. This isn't entertainment. This is our lives so yeah I get varying. Because they they dirty Libya's memory.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"Police are also examining this snapchat photo. It was taken just before both girls disappeared the announcement that the girls have been found to a good end. We are investigating this as a crime scene. We suspect foul play. Law Enforcement is saying that one of the girls actually took video on her iphone. They say it was right before she was murdered. We have we have a still photograph. We have sound on this person's it could be half the white males and Carroll County to the killer who made in this room. We likely have interviewed you. We know that this is about power to you and you want to know what we know. In one day you will come down the hill the Delphi murders. I'm Barbara McDonald along with Andrew Aydin. We just ran down the major details up to this point in time line it adds up to what simultaneously seems like a lot and practically nothing in our last chapter. We learn new details about the crime scene and the picture is gained a little more focus from this point forward. With a few very notable exceptions the police circle the wagons and goes silent for a while. There's a lot to put together here. The pieces can fit in a number of ways to get a sense of the what though it's essential to understand the where place matters here a lot. I want you to feel that too so in this chapter. We're taking you to Delphi to the woods to the bridge. Part One. We caught up Wouldn't trade small community life right anything except for the day that this happened? T just look in the eyes and that was the only thing that this community talked about. And now whenever you Google doll far just punch in the first thing that comes up and now that's part of our community and it is a part of who we are now Delphi. Indiana is about an hour and a half north west of Indianapolis it's the Carroll County seat and an easy drive to Chicago two hours your up for a cubs game. It's a small northeast neighbor to Lafayette there. The home of purdue the boilermakers downtown is divided by Washington and main streets and a beautiful old stone marble. Courthouse sits where the two intersect up and down. Main Street you'll find plenty of beautiful buildings hosting Delphi's shops and restaurants and books. This is a Carnegie Library. I mean this is a library that was built in the early nineteen hundreds and has seen a lot of expansion and It's a great place for kids to come. I brought my kids here. You know when they were little for puppet shows and story time Julia he is the Executive Director of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. Here in Delphi. It's her job to get people to come to town. She's lived here her entire life and as a good person to give us the lay of the land. Delphi is a quaint Small community that has a lot of interesting things to do You're so close to the bigger cities. I think people like to to live here visit here because it's at small town slower pace you know and you can escape the hustle and bustle the bigger cities. But you're so close. If you need those big city amenities what are some of the big landmarks for places? Some of the landmarks here Were home with the Wabash and Erie Canal so there is a one mile section where you can actually take a canal. Boat Ride Kinda live like you did in the eighteen hundreds And that was entirely built by volunteers. The center of the park. The trail system Another thing that was more recent about six years ago. Was the Delphi Opera House. And so that's been interesting for people to come and see Performances back in the early nineteen hundreds with James whitcomb Riley. What are the people of Delphi like people? Adelphi are friendly. You know it's. It's not unusual to walk down the streets. They hide it to people. Greet you that way. And I'm sure you have found that to wave. They say hello. If you look lost. They're going to stop and say what. Can we help you with We're close community Is how I would describe us. Do you think that people outside of this area connect Delphi with this crime? How do you mean is that something you come up against as you're promoting this area when you say I'm yes from Delphi? Yes what do people say exactly so for months on end when I would travel and go to conferences and things like that and they want to know where he came from. I would say well my I live and work in Delphi in it was an immediate reaction and even to this day. It doesn't happen as often but people like. Oh Yeah I remember what happened there and Delphi and even from a tourism point of view when when you Google doubtfire you google things to do. I mean that's what's coming up. You know it's sad that we're known for that now And I hope to people realize that there's so much more here and you can come here enjoy a lot of things but also still know that you're in a in a place where people remember fondly You know about these girls. So it's It sounds like there's a resiliency to the town. Yeah that's a good. That's a good point. I think people here are strong. The kids were strong. You know my niece was the same age and it. Just they've come through this. You know. It's sad that they all had to grow up so quickly that day and You see them people close you know. People are closer together I think you're willing to help your neighbors out even more than what you ever were before But there's still this. People are just more cautious more suspicious. They look over their shoulders which people probably already do and bigger cities. But here we didn't. We didn't have to lock your door. You didn't have to worry about that and now stuff didn't happen here. No it doesn't happen here and it's like we caught up to the rest of the world in the most perfect way possible now. That Julia's given us an idea of what Delphi's like let's get out into the county and look around with all the pictures and video. You may have seen of where the crime happened. The trails the woods the bridge. It's easy to assume all that is in a remote area far away from everything. It's actually a short drive from downtown. It's only about five minutes or so. We got in the car and headed that way so we are approaching the parking lot now. Four in fact right here. This sign indicates is the parking lot for the MON high bridge. Three hundred north is a narrow country road and as far as the story of the DELPHI. Murders concerned it's our main backdrop and we're that day in February two thousand seventeen began so keep going on this road. And what's GonNa Happen is we're going to go under the hoosier highway here and then the water tower should be up on the list. Wants to come out from under here and we're going to be making a right. Turn at the Stop. Sign so yeah. They're water towers right there to the last week. Oh right. That's Barbara giving us many tour of the area she'd been here twice before as part of Hr Lens reporting team. I'm driving and Dan producer sitting in the back now. This is three hundred north this road. Yes and so over here on left. This is the mirrors farm. This is where a lot of the law enforcement and even the families came and parked here Because this was the entrance. So here's the red gate you can see it now up on the right. There's not much of a parking lot here. Which is why it was a drop off spot and not really a place where people part so right here. This is exactly where the girls went into the trail and walked just a few minutes down there and to the left and then walked down in these trees that were seen to the right of us now. I don't know if these are soybeans growing here what this is This is big agriculture area and as we go further up where those trees are. That should be where the cemetery is. An cemetery is one of the landmarks because it indicates the crime scene crime scene was just down from the cemetery closer to the creek. So we're also approaching Ron lukens property correct on the other side of the cemeteries where his land begins and then he owns quite a bit of land down by the Creek as well? Now as we're looking to the right that is where the bridge and the creek and where the girls swear this. Ron's house here. It's pretty obvious. Old House yeah. He's lived there for a long time and he owns quite a bit of land back here. I don't know how many total acres but it's a lot. Let's talk about Ron Logan. If you've done any googling about this case you've probably seen his name in just about every complicated high profile murder. There are inevitably people who become part of the story because of circumstance. That's Ron the killer left Abbey and Libyan. A piece of his land and a whole world of attention landed on him. We've attempted to reach him several times and invited him to be on the show but he wasn't interested back in February of two thousand seventeen though he gave plenty of interviews guided tours and looks at the freshly cleared. Crime scene to journalists are show. Horn was a producer for H. Eleven then and got the full Ron Logan tour to. Here's a little bit of that. So where's the hybrids with these off area or the girls were found. Know I can get down here. Was this this deep? So how because of that? How what are the entry points like? How would someone actually? So this is the only way you can mark here you okay you got it somewhere the area the girls were found. I'm not sure what location they actually laying a family of German girl. Cain here the other day and put some flowers down there and a particular spot. So we're about probably so other than coming through your property though. How can you review begins in the big.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"Burst in than puts together the sound with the photo of the man on the bridge. It's on an Easel in front of them. Next to two large photos of Abbey Libby the image that you see there of the suspect that came from liberties phone. I think many of you had speculated that before we weren't prepared to discuss the time we have more video we're not releasing it it's Germane to our investigation and it's important that we spread that person's voice far and wide for somebody that will recognize who that is and we'll call us and tell us I talked to a while back audio forensics expert about these words specifically and my question was what can someone who does what he does. Glean from hearing that you know. Is there an accent? Is there kind of a regional dialect? I mean it's tough because there's only three words and basically he said to me especially with a sample size this short. There's basically not a lot that you can get out of it and I think law enforcement knows that and that's why they loop it and play it three or four times so you are hearing. What sounds like a longer clip in theory but it is still just those three words that we have to work with at this point in the investigation and there is a tip line that the FBI takes over. There is a website. There's an email address that people can send in tips. There's a lot of different ways. That law enforcement are asking for the public to deliver that help that they've been begging for since this crime happened the other thing. That's important to note here. Is that Dave Burston. Who's kind of the chief spokesperson for the Indiana State Police? He says that they're not sharing everything. Obviously the question is how much more is there? Well it sounds like there's a pretty significant amount. What other stuff is on that phone and what they're going to tell us now also in the this press conference there is a QNA session. That happens right after and oftentimes. That's usually when the TV cameras sort of leave and go back to their regular programming but this one was kind of interesting there were a couple of wow moments. Let's start going through those sort of one at a time. Is there any specific information that says the person has local or far away? No could this be a stranger crime. That's a possibility this be somebody that knew that the girls are going to be there that time. That's a possibility. Nothing is off the table. The rest of these are tough to hear so we'll read them for you question. How long after Liberty Posted Social Media? Did this crime happened to the murders happened immediately. After or was there time for someone to see them on social media and then meet them Metro as as we know that they're going to be lots of questions that we specifically cannot answer because there are things that we do not want to tip our hand to the person responsible for this that kind of information. We're keeping close to ourselves. Is it reasonable to think that that's an area who wanna two things happen? That was a chance encounter. That's possible I don't think it's likely but it's possible or that person knew that they were going to be there. That's possible as well. Those are things that we're looking to question over here. Dave Burston is saying in that last question that it's possible the killer new. Those girls were out there. It was a moment that when we played this bag we all stopped and went. Wait a minute why at and so I reached out today Burston. He's no longer with the Indiana state. Police he retired in twenty nineteen and now is the chief communications officer for the Department of Corrections in Indiana so he still in the area but he reminded me. He is no longer part of this investigation. I asked him for some clarity on this statement. Did he mean to imply that? It's more likely that these girls were targeted. And that isn't what he's saying he's saying at this point in the investigation in February of two thousand seventeen. They are looking at all options. It basically comes down to what you'll hear. Investigators call target and target of opportunity. Those are two different things. Correct target being a PERP goes with the intention of killing a person by the name of whatever and then a target of opportunity. Being the person's goal is to commit a killing or murder coup. Those people are who they kill is irrelevant right. Perhaps he went there to commit this crime and then Abbey in libby stumbled upon him question based upon what you have it what other investigators have scene of this crime. Do you believe this individual has killed before? And what makes you believe he will do it again? There has been no indication right now that that this is part of a a serial Murderer if that's what your question is So As of the facts that we have collected at this point in time we have not tied to any other Known Homicides Barb. It is inevitable around such a high profile murder. It is inevitable that someone's going to ask the question. Is this a serial killer? It's important to note that while that question is obviously one of the first ones that's asked not every murder is at the hands of a serial killer however in this story the circumstances surrounding the murders because they are so different. It would lead you to believe that. Perhaps this was not the first time this was done. But that is certainly something that is looked at when you have a high profile murder like you said and the circumstances are different you look at other cases they obviously have not linked it to another homicide that they know of but Superintendent Carter Asks. Who's WHO's next worse. Central Logging Radio Show We. We have other information that we're not sharing and specific to your question Raphael. Keep in mind that they're likely the possibility of more than one person We're we're not saying that the person that the voice that you heard is the same as this person here. This is all very complicated very involved and as much as we would like to tell you everything. More importantly we want to solve the crime But again rest assured we're using our resources to put the person or persons murdered liberty German Abigail Williams into our jail here in Carroll County. That was a lot that just got delivered and the people of Delphi are now dealing with a very different story. Everything has changed for them. This is also where we start hearing multiple instances of them saying the person or persons always struck me interesting. Yeah so they don't say they're only looking for one person or they may be looking for Tube. They leave open up possibility that we're not sure how many people were dealing with yet law enforcement as a general rule. I think oftentimes has to hedge. Things has to leave the door open and they do that here. But sometimes that's not the case. Sometimes they save things for a specific reason. Unfortunately we are left to wonder. Is this hedging themselves? Is this a specific reason?.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

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Get ten percent off their first month with Discount Code. D T H. That's better help dot com slash D T H. Why not get help? Better help dot com slash t t h partout sight. And sound the the down. The hell do you. Do you believe you know what hill that was that they went down right down there and is that a steep hill is at a walkable hill was pretty rough terrain. We're about to hear from the FBI as well and they are in this from the beginning helping to process evidence found at the scene and also helping to put together a profile of what kind of person might have done this the FBI's initial involvement in this case was sort of by happenstance and agent happened to be in town visiting family and decided to go and participate in the search for the girls. First night heard the call for volunteers and went out and so the FBI was certainly aware of what was going on very early. Nine days ago. we had an agent that was participating in the search for the missing victims. And from that moment until this morning we have stood shoulder to shoulder with our law enforcement partners here the FBI plays an important support role in this investigation joint investigation. And I'd like I'd like to community to to go back to the afternoon of February thirteenth Monday February thirteenth. And just think if you had an interaction with an individual who inexplicably cancelled an appointment that you had had together or An individual called into work sick and cancelled the out and out an important appointment or social engagement and at the time gave what would have been a plausible explanation myself own broker. I had a flat tire on my car. But in retrospect that excuse no longer holds water that may be that may be important. Just a note he's about to say may thirteenth. He clearly means February likely. So our behavioral indicators that this individual may have exhibited since the afternoon of May thirteenth did this individual travel unexpectedly. Did they change their appearance today? Shave their beard cut their hair change the color of their hair. The Superintendent mentioned the close at this individuals wearing in the photo. Did they did? They changed the way they dress. Did their behavior change their sleep. Pattern is different now. Did they start abusing a drugs or alcohol where whereas they would not have been anxious nervous? Irritable have they followed this case and the media's putting out With a with a sense. That is not normal. have they had ongoing discussions regarding Their their whereabouts on that afternoon or thereafter and so while Superintendent Carter starts a dialogue with the killer. This is more of an appeal to the killers friends and family because he probably does have friends and loved ones who may already be wondering. What's what's up what's going on and all of this while there are billboards going up all over the country states including I saw one here in Atlanta. There's a public service announcement that goes out to all of the Indiana radio outlets. I'm sorry. Tony Slocum Indiana State police at approximately twelve fifteen pm February fourteenth two thousand seventeen the bodies of Abigail Jay Williams. Thirteen and Liberty Rose Lynn German. Fourteen both from Delphi Indiana found in the wooded area near the Delphi historic trails. East to Delphi Indiana. Okay let's get back to the press conference at this time. I would like to invite Captain Day. Burston Chief Public Information Officer for Indiana State Police to the podium for the last seventeen minutes of this briefing authorities have been giving shape to the evidence that's been released normally oppressor like this is largely routine with a lot of procedural questions. There are rarely surprises. But when Dave Burston top spokesman with the Indiana state police comes to the microphone. There is a brand new headline. Thank you we do. Have some new information for you today. It's in the form of audio file from the cellphone. The Liberty German had with her at the time. We're not going to play everything that we have but liberty had the presence of mind to turn on video camera again. We're not going to be able to share everything with you but we are going to share this audio clip with you momentarily with the hope that somebody will recognize this voice. I want to be very clear that what you're about to hear is just four short words. Excuse me three words down the hill. You're going to hear this played four times. The audio quality is not superb. But there's enough there that somebody could recognize this person's voice and a Superintendent Carter said not to rationalize away if you hear this today and you think my God that sounds like fill in the blank. Call US. Make an anonymous tip. Tell us who you think. It is. Let us investigate it. If it's not the right person they'll just be out a little bit of time and they'll be weird they can go on and they'll never know that you call that you may tell us who the right person was and you could be the person that helps us to solve this horrible crime. Mica play the clip. Please.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"When you look at the time line of this case there are multiple blips on that time. Line of really significant events in February sixteenth. Eighteenth at dusk the search of this home outside of town which we just heard Kim Riley talking about I'm trying to imagine Agean Delphi resident and hear that there is a swarm of law enforcement on how you must think that this is it. We're GONNA get this solved. This is the end of it and that's not what happened. They were there for several hours. We saw boxes coming out. The media had gathered. I mean it was a big spectacle spectacle on the edge town. You know this is two days after the murders and I'm sure there had to be some feeling amongst the folks in town because as we've mentioned this is a small town so law enforcement activity of that scale on a house outside of town within in our everyone in town knows that this is happening there has to be a feeling of optimism. And hope that there's going to be some new information new answers searchers. The most optimistic being. We're going to wrap this thing up and figure it out right. That's what it looks like. This is the first big police response. We're seeing other than them out at the scene and I'm sure a lot of people did feel that way but that's not what happened. And instead the prosecutor Robert Ives takes to facebook page that night and this is what he wrote according to the Lafayette Journal and Courier and he wrote. Please do not harass bother or accuse anyone. There are no charges pending against anyone as a result of the pending investigation. No one at the home search is suspected of committing any crime. MM please please leave these people alone and let the police work. And at the time that the newspaper quoted that facebook post they said it had already been shared like six hundred time. So you have this huge response. But then you have this message from the officials that Nothing came of that Tom but it still leaves a question. Because we heard Kim Riley say a just a moment ago he said we had probable cause also go into the house and do a search on it in order to get a search warrant. You have to have probable cause so with Bravo. 'cause we don't know so who knows about probable cause us attorney right so we have one bread Semedo Vich. If the last name sounds familiar it is also the last name of our producer. Dan Summits Ovacik the brothers. Brad thanks for joining us. He's been on the phone many days many a times for us as we've kind of picked his legal brain. How are you today man? I'm doing well. How are you guys doing doing? Well doing well. Thanks for joining us. We call Brett all the time when we have questions just the first time. We're doing it with my correct. 'cause we've talked a lot about the legal side of this case you know. Obviously there's a lot of kind of criminal investigation stuff but you know at some point. We're GONNA hit some sort of legal phase so we've talked about a lot about this but Brett. I'm curious can you Kinda give us. Some understanding of what a search warrant entails what is probable. Cause give it to us in Layman's terms for the people that don't deal with US everyday. Sure it won't Layman's terms. Probably caused means that the police have a a reasonable belief that there is evidence of a crime in a place to be searched That's boiling away down of course but ultimately to get a search warrant As a former prosecutor I can tell you this my from my own experiences. What would happen? Is that a police officer or detective would come into our office. They would have an affidavit That would be a sworn statement in support of not only their experience but also why they believe that this property needs to be searched. And what they're looking for and if it meant that probable cause standard that there is a good faith basis to believe that there's evidence that the crime on this property or place to be searched. Then that would go to the judge. The judge reviewed for accuracy sufficiency. And if there is enough probable cause the judge would sign off on that search worn. Then it's off to the races for the police specific. Do they need to be in that statement. Do they need to say we're looking for a gun or we're looking for bloody clothes. Do they need to be that specific they should be. CBS specific as they possibly can because a search warrant needs to be limited in scope. And by that I mean you can't say I'm GONNA the entire state of Indiana right. You have to say I'm searching this house this property for this reason. And here's what I'm looking for. But more importantly why am I looking for there. You can't just say I picked this Random House I wanNA search. It has to be supported by competent evidence. And by that I mean this the police have to say well we have a tip from someone. We saw a bloody pretty shoes from across the way. And there it is we want to go in and get it right. There has to be more than just a wild goose chase. It has to be supported by competent evidence. And if you you don't have that you're not going to have probable cause to grant that search and what is your experience with how high this bar is for judges when they're looking at these. The statements is at a really high bar. They have to prove that they have reason to believe. This evidence exists there or is it a low bar because this this is just a search warrant. Well it's a high burden that's placed on the judges and on the on the police. I should say and it should be because you're trying to have the police enter your private property to search for something. There's a relatively high burden that being said there's no defendant. That's arguing against why the police should not be able to go in there. The person who's the subject of the search doesn't have the ability to contest a search warrant at the outset so it's a one sided game in that regards but you still have to have enough to reach that that probably 'cause Threshold so Brent. You're saying that there's there's generally a high bar that has to be cleared in terms of probable cause there has to be a narrow scope of what you're looking for this search specifically on this property two days after these girls are murdered. Is it unusual to you that asserts. There's like this ended with nothing this soon after the crime yes generally speaking of course in my experience. If you're getting a search warrant that is really close to the crime then usually or should be supported by competent evidence. There's a reason that you're looking so quickly and you feel like it's necessary to get a search warrant within a couple of days for that property information in theory of crime is still fresh right all. That's happening really quickly. If you're getting a search warrant maybe a couple of years after crime occurred and you're trying to go back and piece things together. Well No. It's a little bit more common. The ERA GONNA strike out for lack of better term but when it's so close in time to the crime I yes I think it is surprising and usually usually pretty rare that you're just gonNA come up at the end. That's interesting real interesting bread cemetery. Thanks for joining US man. We really really appreciate it. Thank you for having me Sabar. I know that Robert is the prosecutor in Delphi. In Carroll County at the time said as you mentioned known at the home searched the suspected of committing any crime. That doesn't mean that law enforcement can't then revisit later right. But it's been three years. We've had a recent conversations with Kim Riley from the Indiana state police and he says bet search is not as significant to the investigation now as it seemed that night to them and that they went to that property they thought there could be somebody at that property. who was was the suspect and apparently the investigation revealed that wasn't the case and he also told us it's not as important of an asset set as it was that night so the property in that search warrant it would appear as it stands now? They've moved on but for the people of Delphi for property to be searched and combed over and picked through with the vigor that this police force was using using had to been some optimism. Thinking that they're going to be making an arrest but this is also part of what they're doing is they're are also trying to figure out where their attention is not needed. They're looking at people out there looking at evidence they're looking at all the different things that are coming their way and figuring out what matters letters to this investigation and what doesn't and it certainly looks like right now. That search is not a big part of this investigation and it should also be mentioned. You know we tried to get the paperwork related to that search warrant but as the ISP or any law enforcement agency will do in an ongoing going investigation that is their their justification for denying the request documents so we did did do our due diligence but unfortunately they were not stories and also because ruling out in a Lotta ways is just as important as ruling it in our next chapter. I have trouble saying those words. It's I eighty here. It would. He really remembers but that very very first time that that recording was played couldn't really understand what he was saying. It was all like computerized computerised sounding and then they were able to clean it up and suddenly it was D. T. H.. And it was like is he saying like why and I remember thinking. It doesn't even sound like urgent. He's not yelling he. He's so calm down. The Hill is written and produced by Dan San Mateo Vich Andrew Ayden and me Barbara McDonald old with original music and scoring by shoe. Sir Michael Dudley and Calen- chassis are associate producers. If you WANNA see the people places and things were talking about visit our website down the hill. PODCAST DOT COM Sherry. Selby's is H. L. N.. Senior production manager manager. Brian Bell is H. L. N.. Senior director of programming and Tyler Moody is the vice president of the Warner media. PODCAST network a special thanks to the people of Delphi and the members of law enforcement who are in charge of solving this crime and most important of all a big thank you to you. Of Of course we appreciate your listening..

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"Becky Patty and her husband? Mike are heading home to wait for the rest of their family without libby and at that point in time I was thinking how it happen just she was gone. I guess your mind doesn't go past that for a while while you don't even think ask questions for just a little bit. You just know that she's by here. Could I think it was shortly after that. I was that day even that they did come out and say that they suspected foul play. So that's it starts hitting. Oh my gosh they were killed. They were killed. You have to let that one seek in a little bit because it's one thing if they fall that it's another thing that this this this isn't right. Take a little blurry to me is. We're still in a state of disbelief. You know this is excuse me happening this. Come on guys this. This is not just not happening. Not here not now not us together. Obviously uh-huh and the law enforcement the police they. They did what they're supposed to do name. They're trying to gather and collect much information so they can get in on top of this quick as they can be i. I mean I do remember going in and talk to the police. Just Kinda put one foot in from the other somebody many holidays or calls and then we go here go there. Becky put up very well. It was almost like a out of body kind of experience. You're watching everything. Go on. You're like me. I'm not even a part of this in. It's it's happening and what's going on. Somebody explain this but it was very very difficult to explain it. There's no words to that. I can think of any way to explain..

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"Basically we're going to make this is going to be short sweet. We don't have that much at this point in time basically while we've got We have found two bodies in deer creek about a mile east of town. We are investigating this. As as a Francine. We suspect foul play. We have not made positive any indication of the two bodies so we're not going to be releasing any information on them at this point in time we've got the Indiana state places assisting the Carroll County Sheriff's Department and the Delphi City Police Department and the investigation here we also have the FBI Crime Scene Investigation Group here out of Indianapolis and one thing they family asked us to do is to thank all the communities around Delphi and the people you're adult by or assisting in attempting to locate these. The two young children that were missing earlier they just wanted to say thank you to those people and thank you just wanted to express express their gratitude toward the hard work was done in helping search these children surgeon Kim. Riley doesn't say that girls names names in that press conference but everyone knows and as the announcement makes its way across town. Abby and Libya's friends and teachers are in class they're about to find out Todd lad learning. His services are needed there to receive a phone call from the school corporation. Asking for me to have my staff come over and help with. The school responsible is in session on Tuesday schools day. They had been out when the girls went. Missing but on Tuesday was a normal day with school just hover on that day I am so I responded to that. I can't be there. I'm with families right now but also my staff over a interestingly enough my staff had already gone over it altogether at the Middle School Library and will interestingly enough. Because we're small close knit town. Many other councillors were already there. Many of the pastors were already there at the school. Talk with kids and encourage them so that was the next step to make sure that that piece was covered. The other piece was a bit of care for the media as well the point in time. Where do we have a press conference? What do we do so we talked about having that downstairs in the city building help ensure with the media? Here's why you'll setup here's where the police will set and is just kind of things are happening. All at once. Erica Gibson. You'll remember is good friends with both abby and Libby and if you saw Erica in Libya together you'd swear they were twins on the afternoon of the fourteenth. She sitting in class waiting for news. Who pulled did you class? Our counselor pulled us out of class to tell us that they found them. And what did they. What did the Counselor Stadium? She didn't say anything She pulled us out. We are in health class six hour. She pulled us out and we walked into the office and my dad's standing there like because he was on the search party eighty he was standing there on his clothes. And then her mom was in her scrubs and we just now they d they didn't even have to say anything like we just now and so then. They took us to the principal's office to calm us down. And what did that feel like for you heartbroken. It was terrible. It will something thing I never wish on anybody at all especially like after route we went into the library and A bunch of the kids in our grade were there and they were just sobbing and we're having a circle talking to pastors and stuff like that already and like some of the kids. I like boys. I've never seen show show any emotion. They were distraught and it was really sad. Really Bad Hauer the adults or did they seem as heartbroken as you yes One of my favorite teachers came in a little bit after she after I got called out of her class in stuff she actually asked if someone could watch her class so she could be in the library with us. 'cause she was our eighth grade teacher at the end zone but she was the math bowl coach too so she was also close to run that way in she's came in we just all sat in Hugger and I mean it was terrible. The next few days really bad dogs come in and that was nice and you mean like comfort animals. Yes we had the support at the school. We really did No one had specifically told me I just kind of figured it out based on clues around the hallway when kids were crying. Cynthia Rossi is also a friend of Abby and libby. We met her in the last chapter. And when you talk to today it's clear she had to grow up quickly and this is where it starts. They had started Taking kids in putting them into the librarian they had counselors there and and I knew when I saw like all the different visitor passes in like people crying school officials walking around all over the place I knew that It probably hadn't ended well and did you ask anybody what was happening or what happened next for you. I didn't ask anybody because I just kind kind of had this feeling and then I went into the library with my friends in. We just talked with some of our teachers about them or their pastors actors. There at the moon. Yeah so what's going through your mind finding out that your friends are missing. Now they've been found and it's not good. I think it was just a type of person where I WANNA be there for other people so I was just mostly like consoling my friends in making sure that they are okay in I kind of regret. Correct that because it's like the analogy that if you keep like if you have a cup full of water and you just keep pouring to other people you don't have any left for yourself so I I was so worried about other people and I wish I would have taken that time to you. Know sit down and ask myself are you okay. Are you ready to deal with this. Rather than just talking to people like that whole night I stayed up in talk to friends in their family members in my family members where I wish that I would just let myself self deal with it and just take some time away from my phone away from social media away from everyone in just decompress and let myself I self deal with it and I said listen your babies and you don't know how to deal with this 'cause I don't know how to deal with this. That's Christine Lang. She's one of Abbey. And Abe's teachers and she's dealt with a lot of things in her classroom but never this. I said absolutely no one. You don't you don't have a class in college that talks about what you you do want student passes away from from any reason and you and I both know it's just out of order we. We shouldn't bury our babies or our grand babies and so everyone was mrs trying to love each other. The detects that you got that they had been found was that. Did you get the notification that they had passed ast from something horrific or was that. They've been found they passed away It was just. She was out there. I think a family member of hers was helping and no and I will say. I don't think we really knew nor do we know all the details and I don't want to and that's not my business But then I think by the time people were gathering in the library that it had come to be known that there was some wrongdoing. I don't know that the kids or even I. I was aware that day of how horrible.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"I remember I was on my lunch break. And it was coming back from work and my Boston stumped me at the door and she was like I think you need to go home. Kelsey and Libya's cousin Mercedes Audi she goes by sadie finds out to you. She's just a few years older and grew up with the girls and I was like for what. And she's like. Well the News said and so so I rushed back home. I picked up my cousin and we went to the fire station. which is a hot mess? I mean we will all were hotness and and then they came in and said that they had found two bodies they didn't say who they were or what they were and then that's kind of when the reality awesome game like something had had happened. Meanwhile becky Patty is in a search party. A friend friend of ours. WHO's in also one of the search groups that was across the creek and he saw something so he took his phone zoomed in an and it was tied aisher and he knew what libby war and His wife she come back and she said they they found the girls girls. While I was kind of excited you know then it hit me said are they. Okay Chew in the answer so I I knew that they found him so we hurried up and jumped in our cars and went back to the trail head and one of the firemen was there and I said you need to take. You need to take me to be now. You need to take. She's going to need me. They wouldn't let us go close. They wouldn't take they wouldn't take me. So that's what did he come up. Says you need we need to. We need to go to the to the truck and while we were sitting in the truck the corners fan trying to buy. That's when you realized this is real. This isn't a steak at really just for him. They couldn't say it was them. But everybody knew was Anna Williams. William's is still at the firehouse names. Like maybe it's not them and that lasted like ten seconds. I'm like no who else would it be. He I mean we knew I knew but there was still that ten fifteen seconds where you just pope You Know Oh. My closest friends and co-workers were standing outside and I walked down there and like Oh there you are we were looking for you and I and She said what's going on. I said they she's like Oh thank God and I just shook my head shoes psych own and we just stood there. I mean we're distant. Chuck distant make any sense..

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"Them. At that point. They've been found but because again we had some friends that actually we're in a search party that found him and I talked to him a little bed and they've been found is it's almost like disbelief belief in all. You don't want to believe this. I remember getting Becky and saying okay. Let's snow good for us here. I remember relieving number stopping seeing friends of mine who are in search parties just lined up along the road and then when I talked to buddy of mine. WHO's in the search party? You found something horrible had happened. I mean that at the same time time share of Carroll County gets the news So when you heard they were found what did you. How did your mind process that? What did you think must have happened? Well being yeah. You're you're right. I mean being that. Close A to a a stream that can be unpredictable sometimes You know not having those initial answers in our thinking they gave que did they. Did they drown you. Know where where specifically were they found. You know all those types of questions questions had been answered at that point it all and of course being law enforcement we had to at least in our own minds have thought run through our our minds Okay were they you know was was our criminal activity occurred here so yeah. They're just a large amount of various on unanswered questions at that stage. And when did you find out that this looks like foul playing. It wasn't long after in that initial call actually say within as I recall within the hour of getting the initial one and Put all different twist on the whole scenario for Sobat stage. And what does that do to these men gathered at the firehouse. You said that with that I call it. You could hear a pin drop as it becomes known that this is looking like a crime. Is it still quiet as I recall. Yes I think that again that first hour to to allow it to to set in like that first hour. Yes there was for me. It was disbelief but eventually Not long after that then our our instincts in our training kicked in and we went into investigative mode it quickly it becomes clear. This is different. This will need more experience more tools and more expertise in Carroll County has and I know that if if I put out the caller even Doug Carter even the FBI or to put out that call. Hey we need you know this this and this The someone's going respond to us because that's that's where profession works. Doug Carter at the start of each chapter of this podcast. You'll hear his voice because he's one of the key the people in this case. He's the superintendent of the Indiana state. Police and his part of the story really starts here. He's about to launch a full-scale double murder investigation allegation. And it's clear when you talk to him that this is the case he will solve it. It's a mission. He's hell bent on finishing. I just received a phone call. Aw that we believe we believe. We found the two bodies of two girls. We didn't know who they were exactly at the time I immediately left left. I mean left downtown Indianapolis in drove to to Delphi to the crime scene and we had a significant response. Rate Aviation assets on the way everything every kind of specialty the ISP has to offer to the local community. So we responded with all we had also leaving. Indianapolis is Sergeant Kim Riley. He's a state police spokesman and in a few hours will be giving the first press briefing on the way up. I was making calls to some of our investigators gators trying to find out what they knew and basically most of them hadn't even got to the scene. Either when you realize the state police post is about thirty minutes away from Matt Location I realize most of them probably were running with lights assigned to get up there as soon as possible because it was an emergency situation. I mean it was something here. We got two young young girls have been murdered. We didn't know how we know. Why would we hit? It didn't have any answers at that point.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"I can just see the complexity of people's faces on their in their comments and the way they looked and the way they acted in the way they walked and because it it rocked us community and remember it was on the heels of the flora fire that killed those those four little girls in flora in the same county in the same rural county in the middle of America. You know so a lot of tragedy ajete tragedy a lot of sadness. A lot of her pain and sorrow I knew we were going to have a heavy burden. I just knew we were going to have a heavy burden Part of that was because of what the expectations would be coordinating event investigation of this. That's this complex I lost finger on my my personally my mind but as I looked around and I saw what was happening everyone knew that we were up to the task. There's a difference between up for the task and ready for the task. Twenty four hours after Abigail Williams and liberty German went missing what Doug Carter and his officers were about to see and learn well years later. It's still keeps them up at night near the waters of Deer Creek and Delphi less than a quarter mile from the bridge. Libya's sister Kelsey here searchers. Discover a black Nike Shoe. The same kind livy had been wearing the day before seconds later in a ravine filled with leaves volunteers in the search party. Find Two bodies. Police are also examining this snapchat photo. It was taken in just before both girls disappeared the announcement that the girls have been found in small to a good end. We are investigating. This is a trying seen. We suspect trek foul play. Law Enforcement is saying that one of the girls actually took video on her iphone. It was right before she was murdered. We have a we have a still photograph autograph. We have sound on this person's it could be half the white males and Carroll County to the killer who may be in this room. We likely had interviewed you. We know that this is about power to you. You want to know what we know in one day you will it down the hill. The Delphi murderers.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"Mm-hmm from tippecanoe county offered up Mobile Operation Center. We brought it in and said it out at the bridge area so that we could more readily coordinate people matt area and we covered everything that we had covered the night before both covered it in a daylight and cover too many people. Here's Kelsey again libby sister. The next morning learning we all got up me and my mama got up and left about seven thirty ish in everybody met at the fire station and the fire fire department separated us into groups and my family actually all got separated so my GonNa tear were in one group and I was in a group with my dad and my other sister Anne few other people and my group got sent to high bridge. Todd glad is the pastor at Delphi United United Methodist Church and Mike in Becky Patty or part of his congregation. He'd seen libby just days before I contacted the sheriff who attends church and just said where do you want me. He asked me to come out of the command center so my role command center was basically to talk with people as they came in as they volunteered. I signed in volunteers. Volunteers course mortgage spe- connecting listening talking to first responders looking at maps wondering even spent about an hour with another clergy friend who went in search section of the creek in behind some houses just going over areas had been checked but wanted to check once again. Many many people were wanting to come out even from communities nearby the Logan Support the Frankfurt the Monticello as well but of course. You saw a lot of people that you know because you know many people in this community. So is your mood on Tuesday morning different than it was Monday. Night when you're out at the scene mood Tuesday morning.

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"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders

"Sir. What does it mean to you to see this memorial when you come out here? There's intersections tough for me. Always be tough for me. I closed my eyes and I can see him. You know I can see it. Came from the left side over here and that joking and cutting up like two younger who do probably probably and then they turn left in the world's about to change turn right not left however it is and whoever it was has stared at this nature reserves. I just like we right now. I know that even the first first day right here stood right here. You're the top COP in the state of Indiana. This happened in broad daylight light. How unusual is that aspect? I don't ever remember anything like this in my entire a business thirty five years and I don't remember anything quite like this. This is is just different for so many reasons. Just so many things have caused us to be different. And it doesn't minimize any other loss of of a child or of the MOM or dad or for anger anybody but the totality of this is different. Doug Carter is certain absolute absolutely without a doubt we all know that murders go unsolved all the time. That's a familiar story. But here's why the murders of Abigail Williams and liberty German thirteen and fourteen years old are different. We can see who did it. We can hear who did it but we still don't know I know who did it. Delphi Indiana is a small place just north of Indianapolis with about three thousand people. They'll tell you this kind of thing doesn't happen here and they were right until it did. We're approaching the bridge. Now what do you see as you look at it him. I can seem standing right out. There can seem standing right out there. Feel the same way every time I come here. Gosh Dang it look back this way. You'll see them walking here. You can see you can see just doing the girls do. Yeah Golan listen so quiet so peaceful then what occurred right down there just beyond evil beyond what you can unplug the human mind understand. There's a reason this all happen. It is not just. I just don't know what it is slow as you stand here today. Are you convinced. Instant this cases solvable. Yes took one hundred percent. One hundred percent Nearly three years and close to fifty thousand tips later the murders of Abbey and Livy. That's what their friends and family call them are still unsolved. Investigators say the man who did this maybe living among them in Delphi sitting next to them in church in line at the grocery store what what happened on the bridge in those woods that day as he'd done it before will he do it. Again is a lot of evidence a lot of tips. Why isn't this solved? Police swear their one tip away from doing just that. Who has it and will they ever come forward over? The course of the next eight chapters were going into explore those questions with the people living. Let's get started. Police are also examining this snapchat. APD Chat photo. It was taken just before both girls disappeared the announcement that the girls have been found not to a good end. We are investigating a in crime scene. We suspect foul play. Law Enforcement is saying that one of the girls actually took video on her iphone. They say it was right before she was murdered. TWO WE HAVE A. We have a still photograph. We have sound they. We don't have this person's it could be a half the white males and Carroll County to killer who may be in this room we likely interview. We know that this is about power to you and you want to know what we know. One day you will. This is down the hill. The Delphi.

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"delphi" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"delphi" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Language so that that you would take a code base originally written in Delphi in the nineties use some kind of of Pascal compiler compile it into I al and then knowing believing at least because we don't really know what's true that you could then decompile it into c sharp hello I'm I'm on the edge of my seat tell me you did this because I'm going to get at work so around one thirty in the morning I found this crazy version of Pascal written by a professor at a university in Russia it's called Pascal ABC and it is a learning tool but here's the kicker it compiles Pascal and Delphi fly code into dot net assemblies Da da Ta Sundown I love it it still alive I found the link think it is still alive and it still works holy Borscht Batman thing so this is the code you had would compile it in Pascal ABC's compiler no this is where the step comes in and I call it f. five dirty word because you would hit F. Five compile look at the airlines that would come back and then say a dirty word probably several screen them at this guy very much James Kirk cons dial and you had to pick them off one by one starting with the bottom right some of them were fairly standard like we were using a type that wasn't recognized or there was you know there was some sort of there was some sort of weirdness that was common amongst all the code so is like we could just do copy paste and they copied select we do find and replace all yeah yeah and then we would take the number of errors from two hundred and fifty downtown seventy a lot nice yeah good right Pro Prado's law result right right rid of the typing errors in eighty percent of the goes away so continue to do that and I'm just continuing to just get rid of all these compiler errors hit F. Five getting rid of it other one hit at five get rid of another one and then finally hit a five match result build succeeded Zero Errors Almighty must've lipped wait a minute so you started that process at one thirty in the morning so by now it's like five or six in the morning Oh there was no sleet oh you did it in a sitting yeah I was just like at this point I was committed I was I was I think everybody listen to this knows exactly the mental state earring 'cause you're on a path now you know this could be a series on Netflix yeah no kidding this is full of suspense and intrigue you got Russia in there you got old crappy Delphi compilers the possibilities inning movie the possibility of pirating software to get a compile wow so what member what time it was the morning when he got zero errors compiled I'll something like four or five in the morning I just hit I just spent a couple of hours just trying to get the stupid thing to compile down now keep in mind and I'm just trying to get the this tool to give me an assembly at the other end right right doesn't mean it's right it doesn't mean it's right doesn't mean it works right it doesn't mean the code has vowed like I'm just trying to get this thing two zero errors right yeah and get an assembly the other end now with with Delphi apps do you still have that sort of code behind model or is there any kind of separation of you know auto or binding or anything like that I don't even remember whoever wrote this out and I mean infinite credit to them they coded it in originally beautiful way because that core engine that core engine was perfectly separated it wasn't tied into the floor arms much Oh wow great so everything that very old well written piece of software everything the APP did was in a separate module bill let's say exactly wow beautiful I it was it was domain driven design before demand driven design was domain driven design very cool so at this point I've now got an assembly that I've compiled down I crack take this into I forget which I wanted I want to say was dot peak I can't remember exactly though and take a look at it and now that on this compiled into an assembly and it's in I l I can basically say just give me the C. Sharp version of this I l and south writing series of copy pastes suddenly I've got a C. Sharp version of this library wow now the way that this Pascal ABC compiles down the Code It gives you some Pascal type rappers that do some sanity checks and try to make it as close to the Pascal and Delphi implementations of those types as it can gap so when I went to to try and compile those C. Sharp sources I still had some builders deal with so that that process of disassembling the assembly and getting that C. Sharp Code doesn't always give you code that you can compile the first time I still had to go through this F five debugged f five f five diagnosed if I were this process f five five at four basically it's got to be a new process we need to Dr at five so few so at the end of all of this I finally have all of the core engine modules in c. sharp files and after about another hour hour and a bit of just doing f five try to get this thing to compile down to a done it standard class library I get to that magical zero errors yeah right and the issues I'm now running into is that I'll give you a perfect example in the version of Delphi they were used using they were using fixed very large but fixed length a race because whoever was rid writing this library didn't realize that there were I believe there was you could do variable length lists but they were just using a race so it was whoever written this had written this based on however long ago they had learned Pascal some are some old they and they were also using some deprecated data types for example all all through because it was a scientific simulation engine they were using real all over the place interesting and real in Delphi could be double or a single and that depends on whether your processor supports floating point operations in hardware hey what could go wrong with that this is from the ninety so they still had the the math co processor was optional exactly now at this point in the nineties we're talking like nine hundred ninety six thousand nine hundred seven chances were you were running your computer was most likely a four eighty six or higher so you had it I to you but it was I mean windows ninety five ran on three ran on a three eighty six sx and that did have to have a Coporo true didn't back when we thought about having the math functions as a co-processor yeah oh my goodness I remember getting the co-processor great from my one laptop that was awesome funny so that was a feature back then that real would actually very it's style based on the compute that was available to it but it for you it's got to be a nightmare well it meant that we had to make a business decision because now that the data types changing that changes the rounding behavior and depending on the more modern version of Pascal. I believe it sort of acts as a forty eight bit precision forty eight bit floating point number so it's you know that could depending on how we're rounding that could throw the results in the testing that we did we found the results were off by like one one billionth are one ten billionth right so and it was the business decision came down to this is good enough this is close enough it's a simulation nine digits of precision close enough exactly but again it came down to a business decision kick it upstairs decide that no exactly yeah that's very fair and it is this is a set of math functions right like you are doing some regression analysis than the math matters you don't want to decide it's in a dot net standard project and are you correct did you ever correct the Pascal to get a better compilation to read up into C. Sharp or with the error correcting being value on your new C. sharp system and comparing them exactly and you always presume you're wrong oh exactly it was just let's throw some massive tests at this thing and see where we can break this library awesome all right was the client had a lot all set of simulations and then and then run them and then not only run them but export them down to CSV files So the nice part was okay I've got this piece of software that can give me CSV files which means that if as long as I can read the same simulation data out from the existing database I can set up the simulation engine the same way that the old APP should be running it and hypothetically do an export and compare are the two files and see if they match and so I took the simulations that shipped with this engine why it up a real quick test harnessed to basically wire up the engine simulating about as close as possible as like if I were.

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Gut bacteria prefer to chow down on certain dietary fibers

Generation Bold

07:45 min | 1 year ago

Gut bacteria prefer to chow down on certain dietary fibers

"Now speaking of the field of aging we have a leading scientists in research in the field of aging are with us right now a doctor Michael Lewis garden and I just want to give you his website before we do anything it's Michael well the normal way am I CH a E. L. L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and we will also have that on our website of course and he is a scientist a Tufts University and the human nutrition research center on aging so his research when it comes to an interest in is specifically about aging and that he sees a problem the problem is our guts he's written a book about it I'll tell you all about that in a minute but I want to go to the doctor right now. why are you concentrating on microbes in the god of microbial health and what does that have to do actually with the science of better H. R. two so to jump into that I should say that about five years ago I didn't care about microbes bacteria viruses on that I didn't care about any of it he didn't walk in on my radar at all I started off studying blood predictors of muscle mass and function in older adults and when I was doing that I published several papers that identified bacterial metabolites in the blood that were either positively or negatively associated with muscle mass and function in older adults so that led me into the idea of well maybe the cop microphonics playing some role on stark Pina and based on that I was able to get some studies funded and as you saw at the conference I publish that recently published some of that data on the role of got microbiome on muscle strength but there are a bit in emerging field right now the will of the gut microbiome on the government's lack of muscle mass and functions where three papers and mine support paper so far this year have identified microbes for real for the gut microbiome on muscle mass and functions so it's an emerging a rapidly emerging feel dope now in terms of nutrition that potentially can optimize that the most obvious place to start would be with dietary fiber in the reason for that is because our humans don't have the enzymes to digest dietary fiber dietary fiber passes into your large intestine and then bacteria in your large intestine convert those those fibers into short chain fatty acids so basically very short little fat but you don't you don't normally get from diet with the exception of something they like water which may have small amounts of the short chain fatty acid butyric but very low amount compared to what you could convert from five or so then once these bacteria make short chain fatty acids does ready I go from the inside of the intestine into the intestinal cells which can aren't test motels the mitochondria particular use those short chain fatty acids to make energy that energy is used to improve got barrier function which is important for keeping stuff that was in the inside of the intestine from going into the blood and that's important because during aging that that. got here actually decreases so if you have a low fiber diet your body will be able to have optimal intestinal barrier function more stuff that inside the intestines will leak into the blood potentially activating information information of all kinds of nasty things sore muscles are green all the issues in our blood so again port place to start in terms of optimizing our health and longevity is optimized dietary fiber intake that's the core theme of the book and I should also I didn't start off with that idea and that approach the idea and the that is default through the literature I basically changed my diet after going down this road do you have a super high fiber diet rabbit close to a hundred grand five a day triple the RDA so that I can optimal got very function and you know improve systemic functions. so you thought your listening now and you know that there's a tremendous amount of information both technical and practical and I won just give you the website again that that is the doctor or scientist website Michael lust Garten L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and it again this is not coming from the world of selling supplements this is coming from the world of science research both in the laboratory and personally so now let's get practical for a second I every morning I take my flax seeds and I put them in my yogurt alright I take my chia seeds and I put it in my smoothie but I don't think I have anything compared to the amount that you're putting into your body and is there anything country indicating them and these are the ways that you're suggesting people get the dietary fiber. so flak he can be a great way to get increase your fiber but the foundation of my diet is a few festivals not in terms of fiber content per calorie nothing beats the fiber density vegetables and a happy post on this on my blog by compared the fiber and not just five or ten nutrient density of vegetables compared to all green calorie for K. per calorie per calorie nothing beats vegetables opt for fiber and nutrient density so when I eat vegetables I'm not eating a few for the broccoli and meeting a pound or more actually sorry. Graham a more actually yesterday I had eleven hundred grams broccoli morning in addition to other stocks so a meeting if you divide the best schools to get this fiber goal but I should mention I'm not vegan I'm not a vegetarian I do eat the meat ID with some dairy I can be to make but at the end of the day for me it's more than just a simple dietary ideology way say go high fiber for me back to work and I know that because like I said I track my diet in a truck my circulating biomarkers it'll lower fiber diet was able to optimize my biological age then I I promote that too but for me what works best for me is a very high fiber diet in terms of optimizing got help and biologically. so let me just tell everybody that. when tell and Mikael when Dr Michael it's gotten speaks people listen so are also remember these scientists and part of his experiment is himself which is what makes him so unique in the scientific world and I will tell you that his overall and I'm reading his book and you should always book microbial burden a major cause of aging and age related disease easy to get on Amazon I put on my kindle it was a pleasure to read on the plane all the other day and I learned a lot but the fact is that his over arching words are no that I self sees very much like the oracle at Delphi no they sell and he knows himself because he keeps testing and so this doesn't mean you go out and and you do this but I tell you what I did do doctor I went out and I would have had to carry. you said so that was the only way yeah. we're gonna come back in a couple of seconds and I'm I do want to talk about that how we can as a practical matter could some of what you have learned and you learn things that are very impressive and work for most people to different degrees out into our diets properly and that were also does look a little bit about the idea of nutrition as we get older because they're even changing that concept when it comes to surgery used to tell you not to eat that's changing we'll be back in just to get you

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Why Bitcoin Dominance Is at 70%

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

10:39 min | 1 year ago

Why Bitcoin Dominance Is at 70%

"Choline dominance which is that seventy percent of the total crypto markets more than double double of its low of about thirty three percent which was at the height of the crypto bubble in january two thousand eighteen. Why do you think the dominance has risen that much which is a combination of things in initially it starts with the that peak happens then there's the spillover in massive selloff aloft in his consolidation and so it takes a couple of months and after a while the space gradually matures but you still still have a lot of these projects that exist that are very far from developing are far from dud delivering anything developing and a lot of times even with they're working working on that doesn't necessarily translate to a situation where they're tokens can accrue value so you still have a lot of situations where many tokens are so massively overvalued. You'd end at the same time. You're losing incremental. You don't really have the incremental by that. You had before so what you saw at the end of two thousand seventeen was was kind of peak euphoria korea as retail was coming in. You're hearing everyone you know asking what's the next token and everyone's you know in hindsight talks about how does not be assigned but what that really means as you know. The incremental buyers their retail who are looking to buy and sell higher and the issues that doesn't really exist anymore so every incremental dollar coming into the space. I think the percentage of money coming in that's retail is significantly smaller than what we saw at the end of two thousand seventeen so oh you do have more money coming in now and not to say that there's a lot it's a very gradual process but the money that is coming into their is considerably more of it now than it was before and if you think about institutional investors they there's a lot of mandates that they have to follow and and there's a very lengthy due diligence process in most most cases and what that does is kind of removes the ability to start to really dive into to invest in a lot of these other very speculative coins so so what happens is a lot of these investors as are starting to learn about crypto. It's very hard to kind of educate them about the space in. It's a very gradual process. It'll continue for a while and would you start realizes the narrative for bitcoin in kind of understanding how it cruises value is a lot easier to understand in you know in layman's terms it starts with just a digital option gold and then you can kind of crew explained the narrative going forward and how they can develop further but but that's that's step one and then you have to realize everything after that whether it's web three in anything else it becomes increasingly harder so you start to realize that the majority of the money coming in space is going to really have to focus on some of the more favorable risk reward opportunities and bitcoin certainly fits that bill and so you have a majority of the money coming into the space focusing on bitcoin at the same time so with that 'cause you start to lose incremental buyer for these all coins and the same time individuals who are in the space you you you kind of have to assume that you know the people in this space now as a whole space is a lot more knowledgeable than it was two years ago so people start to realize part of it is kind of darwinism where the people who are just sitting in some of the riskiest stuff have been burned learned and honor loan no longer interested and that's totally fair but what happens as now you have. The individuals that are in the space are also started realized alright. World incremental dollar is going going to becoming <unk> bitcoin for the most part so it makes a lot more sense for me to kind of sitting there in that space to take advantage and so you kind of have to realize is that there are certain amount of elements that you need to kind of create a quote unquote all season and and one of them being retail investment and the other being a diminishing risk return profile for bitcoin and that's what you kind of saw with with bitcoin top in mid to late december and then those two three weeks afterwards was when you really saw dominance tank. Was you know bitcoin hit. The high teens and people start realized i can't really get that multiplier so you have retail and you have agreed that kind of kicks in and starts to venture further out into the spectrum in cryptos base and so when that happens and that's when you kind of see dominant fall but afterwards after you know the whole space kind of <hes> collapses and consolidates than it starts to kind of flow oh into quality until you we've seen minored dips in dominance for example one in in march was the most recent in the most a significant i'd say and that was right before bitcoin really took off so what happened was <hes> the space kind of understood that it was starting to bottom but bitcoin wasn't really moving as much and so the risk reward kind of shifted towards or these all coins and so there was a more of a search risk and then as soon munis bitcoin started taking off april. I also really never stood a chance. You did have a few individuals that took off dwell and there's a few that exist this now that it that it kind of even maintained or improved their price versus bitcoin just based on on how they're structured but for the most part it's been afloat equality audion and just understanding that you're not really going to have that kind of massive search for returns until we probably see new bitcoin all-time highs and i know that there are a couple of factors that delphi digital looks at that involve unspent transaction outputs also called u._t._m. Sows so what can you glean about bitcoins price from u._t. Ick sows and there's other factor that you look out which is utica adjusted variation on the envy not ratio which is defined as the network value to transaction signal absolutely and so what we do with these u._t._a. Does is we can use lose their age so whenever moved in utah <unk> was created and so you kind of us every time it's moved as a proxy for buying and selling and and so i'm just for people who maybe don't know a u._t._a. So is kind of like the change right from a transaction like if i'm spending you know like a twenty dollar bill on a ten dollar thing and then there's ten dollars of change leftover. That's sort of the idea for u._t. Excel is that right right and it's kind of how how leisure works where it's it it measures the portion of your holdings that weren't spenc- basically all of it flows to one place and then the portion that's spent comes back and so that unspent portion is now the u. Ticks <unk>. That's the existing in the new one is created when it set so it's it's kind of how the ledger out works and so by understanding the age of each one you can approximate when the last time mm-hmm it moved and so by doing that especially on an aggregate level you can understand different pockets of bitcoins age and with that gives you an understanding of his how long longer term holders have been holding whether or not there's been a lot of a lot of movement in the in the underlying quantity coins and so he's seeing in that regard and so <hes> what we're seeing is is that a lot of the long-term holders stiller alert kind of continuing to hold and so it was something that we're able to it was it was helpful to kind of understand when the bottom would come in because you know you'd understand that are a lot of these long-term holders have really sold off and you see them sell off as the price peaks and as it comes down because you know they've they've health for three to five years or five doc or five years and more and they seen these cycles and kind of understand how they play out and so once you kind of see that these individuals have sold off you start to realize that there's not a lot of sell pressure coming in and so that kind of helps create the bottom because now you need incrementally less demand to to offset set the selling that's naturally happening from for minors and then from these long-term holders so by understanding the actions of the long-term holders it can give great eight directional sentiment on what expectations are and so what we've been seeing especially recently is that a lot of selling has been occurring from short term holders so a lot of individuals who've kind of acquired within the past twelve to eighteen months partially because you you know twelve to eighteen months they're finally hitting break even levels and there's certain psychological element to i've been underwater for a while and i'm i'm excited to finally get out or there's also just a lot of underlying trading going on but the main takeaway is that while you do have these price moves the longer term holders have have continued to hold in your starting you saw the accumulation kind of occur earlier this year and it's held strong and so the idea is that that the price action recently has been dictated by short-term freighters and not necessarily a long-term holders that that are either just trying to cash out or or have had different plans and kind of giving up for for example which you know if you think about how long they've been holding in and the understanding of the space yet to have at the time to have the conviction to invest the idea here is that they see the upside because they've been in a lot longer than so. You're able to kind of understand that these short-term price moves are dictated mostly by traders. It's not this large exodus like you kind of saw at the the end of two thousand seventeen where we did see a lot of these long-term holders cash out and for the most part to to rebuy early partially in so what it does is it creates it it gives you a level of comfort and understanding that the short term price action is just that and it's not necessarily <hes> the start of a new bear cycle you know just because we've peaked at fourteen and and so this is more of a consolidation stage rather than any kind of long-term reversal all right so we're going to discuss some of the other technical factors i guess or technology related factors probably a better way to put it 'cause i'm suddenly realizing ising technical means a very specific thing when it comes to

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Gives Birth to a Boy

Tony Katz Today

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Gives Birth to a Boy

"Delphi. It's a boy Meghan Markle. The duchess of the duchess of Sussex has given birth to a prince FOX's kitty Logan in London. Issued a statement confirming the baby was born at five twenty six on Monday morning. This is the first child for Prince, Harry and Meghan Markle who married in may last year, both mother and son a said to be doing. Well, Prince Harry says he is over the moon an incredibly proud of his wife. He says the couple still thinking of a name for the newborn, son. Meanwhile, the Queen was one of the first to be notified about the both. The child will be seventh in line to the

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Delphi murders: Police say they're switching to new strategy after 2 years

America's Morning News

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Delphi murders: Police say they're switching to new strategy after 2 years

"Indiana state police have released video and new sketch of a suspect in the twenty seventeen killings of two teenage girls along with a warning to the suspect state police superintendent Doug Carter said the video shows the suspect walking along abandoned railroad bridge, the girls. Visited while out hiking the day they were killed. As of today. The result of the new information and intelligence over time. Leads us to believe the sketch is the person responsible for the murders of these two little girls. We're also releasing video. Recover from Libya's phone. This video has never before. Then previously released. To video shows a suspect walking on the bridge. When you see the video watch the person's mannerisms as they walk. We're releasing additional portions of the audio recording from that day. Please keep in mind. The person talking is one person. It is the person on the bridge with the girls. We also believe this person was from Delphi. Currently previously lived here. Visits Delphi regular basis. Or works here. We believe this person is currently between the age range of eighteen and forty. But might appear younger days age. We believe you're hiding in plain sight for more than two years. You never thought we would shift gears to a different investigative strategy. But

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Delphi murder investigation features new sketch, background on 'heartless' killer of 2 Indiana girls

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Delphi murder investigation features new sketch, background on 'heartless' killer of 2 Indiana girls

"Killer. We believe you're hiding in plain sight, Indiana state police superintendent Doug Carter directly addressed whoever killed Abby Williams and Libby German saying he might have been in the room at the press conference. That's where police unveiled a new sketch of a younger looking suspect as well. As extended audio and video clips taken from Libya's phone. We're confident that you have. Told someone what you have done. Or at the very least, they know. Because how different you are since the murders. Police believe the killer is between eighteen and forty years old and lives or has lived in

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Delphi, Murder And Doug Carter discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Delphi, Murder And Doug Carter discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update

"Up over top local story. More clues have released today the murder of two teen girls from near Delphi. Indiana state police hope their lead to an arrest in their murders. Two years ago. WB games nasty hardy with the story police have released a new sketch of a man who looks younger than the one originally released. They now think the person who killed Libby German Abby Williams is between eighteen and forty years old and is from Delphi. Superintendent. Doug Carter addressed the killer who he says, maybe hiding in plain sight for more than two years. You never thought we would shift gears to a different investigative strategy. But we have we likely have interviewed you or someone close to you. Police have also released extended audio and video clips from Libya's phone. The girls bodies were found near a hiking trail in February twenty

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Indiana police say probe of girls' murders takes "new direction"

Chicks On the Right

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Indiana police say probe of girls' murders takes "new direction"

"An announcement coming today from Indiana state police in regards to the investigation into the murders of Abby Williams and Livy German and Delphi from over two years ago in initial Email from state police says the investigation is taking a new direction Libya's grandfather. Mike Patty feels. Stolen, obviously our home right in our home. The two girls were found murdered not far from the Mon on high bridge and Carroll county on Valentine's Day of two thousand

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The Duchess of Silicon Valley - Marylene Delbourg-Delphis

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:31 min | 2 years ago

The Duchess of Silicon Valley - Marylene Delbourg-Delphis

One dead, two firefighters hurt battling wildfires in U.S. West

Jeff Katz

01:29 min | 2 years ago

One dead, two firefighters hurt battling wildfires in U.S. West

"Friday since over, whether the man in custody may have been involved in another high profile unsolved prosecutors prepare to formerly charged John D. Miller for the nineteen Eighty-eight murder of eight-year-old. April Tinsley questioned swirl around weather Miller may have been involved in other crimes prosecutor Karen Richards would not answer questions. About Miller or the investigation I cannot discuss this case in any detail at all I'm. Sorry Indiana state police sergeant Kim Riley who's, currently working on the unsolved murders of two. Girls found dead on a hiking. Trail in Delphi Indiana last year confirming to ABC news they are in discussions, with Fort. Wayne investigators involved in the. Tinsley case to this point no arrests have been made in. The murders of Abby Williams German. Ryan burrow ABC. News dozens of wildfires are burning. On the west coast including one near Yosemite national park ABC's Clayton Sandell isn't Mariposa County California about fifteen hundred firefighters. Working this Ferguson fire which is. Now just a, few miles from the border of your Oh seventy national park this is a personal fight for many of these firefighters because one of their own was killed on Saturday in a bulldozer, accident they are working. Extra hard to make sure that no homes are lost and so far none have been. But there are still hundreds of people evacuated despite the nearby, fire, Yosemite officials say the. Park is open ended is fully operational Hawaii's boat, tour operators plan to, keep taking visitors to sea level but will stay further away after that lava. Bomb broke through, the roof of a boat injuring twenty three this is ABC news Don't. Sleep on today there's a world to.

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Globes English - Tel Aviv's Ecomotion to showcase Israeli auto-tech

24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Globes English - Tel Aviv's Ecomotion to showcase Israeli auto-tech

"Suppliers a buying opportunity some of the for auto most suppliers excited about borgwarner some of the and delphi most excited about electric borgwarner vehicles and are delphi likely to become a electric much more vehicles calming are likely site on the to world become roads a much more over the next calming two site years on the world roads the international over the next energy two years agency says the the global international fleet energy of electric agency vehicles says the global is likely fleet of to electric more than vehicles tripled to thirteen is likely million by to the more end than of the tripled decade to from thirteen million three by the point end of the seven decade million from last year three point nintendo seven million rose last in tokyo year after nintendo pokemon rose unveiled in tokyo some new after titles pokemon the pokemon unveiled quest some new titles is the going pokemon to be added to quest the nintendo switch is going to be added system to the nintendo beginning today switch right now the dow system futures are beginning higher today trying to make right up now for yesterday the dow futures slide are higher trying they're to up make one up hundred for yesterday sixty slide two points they're up ed one hundred corry sixty with a bloomberg two points business report ed on corry w w with the bloomberg j business newsradio report on nine ww fifty j newsradio i'm probably nine fifteen okay to have one more drink renton before i drive dog home collar between us dogs i just convinced by human upgrade probably to a new okay home with a twelve i hundred opened square the foot window bathroom to stay i think alert she called it a yard with wells probably fargo two of percent ten spokesman mortgage option gummer my human mouth realized new step homes out of within the car please reach and i only gave her puppy i probably is once made.

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