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"dr louis leakey" Discussed on Women Amplified

Women Amplified

07:16 min | Last month

"dr louis leakey" Discussed on Women Amplified

"Hello everyone dr. Just honor to be in your presence. Thank you so much for taking time. Today i want to begin with your journey. Your professional journey sixteen years ago heading to go main study chimpanzees not as credential scientists but as a woman who had attended schools because secretary my goal was to go to africa live with wild animals and write books about them. But i didn't have money and the family didn't have money and girls didn't do that sort of thing. Everybody knows that may so. I did a secretarial course because i had to get money well we waited to the opportunity to go to africa. I never wanted to be a secretary. That's all. I wanted to say because so many people think that that was going to be my job in life. Napa net hot naphtha. And i think that that is. I know many women so relatable that we have to do things in that period in order to survive i think there are a lot of women during this pandemic who are going through that reality that they're taking a job or whatever it is they can sustain themselves just to span their family and i think a lot about what it is going to be like on the other side of this whenever we got to the other side of this women we already know from. Professional studies often join apply for positions. Unless they feel that they have absolutely every single qualification. How did you then. Hopefully that belief in yourself where even if someone said well. You don't have everything we're looking for. You thought yourself. I'm ready and i'm prepared. Well no you know when. I went out africa. Who's going to stay with. A schoolfriend was no qualifications. Unfortunately i how about the late. Dr louis leakey paleontologists been looking for someone to study chimpanzees. I would have studied any animal under the sun. I had no aspiration to become a scientist. I wanted to live without animals and write books about them. So that's how it began. Fortunately leaky felt that women might be better in the field. You have to realize back then. It was nobody out there studying anything it was just i think three studies going on to men in south africa and one in uganda. So it was an absolutely uncharted final so there was no protocol to follow. And i was just so lucky. That leaky one wanted a woman because seatbelt might be patient and two. I wanted somebody who had not been of us right from the people studying animals in captivity. They were very reductionist. Animals were just things and he didn't want somebody who's mind had been bias in that direction so it was competing amazing. I save up money. Walk away just to get the money. And he and the dream comes true. It wasn't that amazed is amazing and yet it's not as though you'd never ran up against any form of resistance. There's a story of Before about being in the labs in you would refer to chimps by their gender would say she ne- he en- very often other scientists believe that they shouldn't be gender that they were just day. And you would go. And i love this form of resistance which is nice idea just scratching it out and putting it back exactly as you had intended. I think there's a lesson in there for all of us. That was one of the scientific papers i did. I was cambridge by them. And this was the prestigious magazine nature. And i was shocked to find a she and bay crossed out. And it's some witches put. And i think lease gibson may the respectfulness event gender which is very very obvious chimpanzees. Wanna talk a little bit about covid because it is the romans we are all living. You have said we've brought this upon ourselves and by that i mean is that for a very long time. We have been absolutely disrespecting the natural world and disrespecting animals and as we destroy forest animals have pushed in close contact with people opportunity for bacteria to jump from animal to a pass where it may start a new disease The animals we eat them. Way destroyed homes way traffic them sending them to wildlife meat markets and sold for meat for medicine and also the huge trade in exotic animals pence and here again perfect opportunities in this case the covid virus which almost certainly began in a wildlife market in china meant. We haven't to forget the other hara. Animals of those are factory farms and made to provide wonderful opportunities for disease a so-called zoonotic diseases where bacteria jumps from an animal to human this global crisis one hopes given the number of institutions systems. It has exposed as being problematic insufficient weather that is child care health care system that is built for profit at is trying to execute a public health strategy whether that is as you're talking about deforestation and degradation of our environment in the way that that has pushed some of these viruses forward. Where's the opportunity to now. That people are ringing the alarm. Now that people are paying attention. How can we do better. Well i think that the one silver lining up this terrible pandemic which has caused my suffering is that more and more people are understanding that we have in many ways brought this on our cells that is desperately important that somehow we create a new more respectful relationship with animals a nature. And you know the thing is that people seem to think that we can separate ourselves from nature. We conned with politics. The natural world we depend on it approved for clothing shelter. Just about everything. Clean wartime occc now and we're destroying us to talk. Carol and this crazy notion that you can have unlimited economic development on a planet with finite natural resources and a growing human population and a growing population of livestock. Right now the seven point eight billion of us on the planet approximately they estimate near a ten billion by twenty fifty so some of the natural resources already.

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"dr louis leakey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"dr louis leakey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"One eight hundred six hundred Hogan and I were having a little love adventures on the phone I think it may be maybe scheduled maintenance we're not sure but we do know this the show goes on and and and again if you've been waiting for Gavin Newsom to get off of whatever his problem has been with nail salons this is your day well not today to go and take care of the pedicure do you realize by the way if you can get an appointment to go in to get a manicure pedicure male or female whatever you know that it's been so long you know how long it's gonna take it would be like an archaeological dig this is today's manicurist who by the way I've been wearing masks all along I don't get anything do some heat I one point he did say he thought this all began in some California nail salon but there are a lot of people experts who said now is not the case but just know this but that's what they were my friends here mark Larson here on newsradio six hundred coco eight to nine on right now and during the week of Monday through Friday across the hall in San Diego sake of seven sixty from ten to noon but when you look at it just be honest look at your feet I did this today that a close inspection and I thought you know I'll I'll admit I'm mainly you have to admit that I get a pedicure once in awhile they'll be was a really good with your man card I think that's Texas all I know is that when you get into just barnacle removal okay there's a I don't relish I mean bless the hearts of the the people who do the nail salon staff because they've been out of work and been suppressed six hundred thousand of them because of sacramental policies one way another computer well was legitimate whatever from the shut down they haven't been able to go back to work and today Newsome puts out a bunch of pronouncements yesterday was a great opening for a lot of things including gyms and yeah you know museums and so forth but I pick either but there if people are becoming in having with months of stuff it's like the old days National Geographic specials Dr Louis Leakey ethic was with Donna be chipping away it find some fossils resemble the mammoth submersible they're dinosaurs they're chipping away it's like that and that tells me that the typical time spent for a manicure pedicure or combo ladies and gentleman would be I will be a lot longer than usual it's it's like take a lunch with you might take a while you're gonna chill Celeste and if you're the manicurist not only do they have a mascot then a put really this rather sell some not yet because what they're gonna see when people come back I mean really maybe some some sort of an eye mask could be sold at the look feel their way through the barnacles and just I know it's a little personal but Hey we're all in this together we said that whatever we and we are so Donald Trump the president of the United States apparently according to the Associated Press has been floating a theory since yesterday the travel from Mexico may be contributing to the new wave of coverage at nineteen and factions rather than states efforts to reopen their economies because we've been told that well we're re opening in and if they keep re opening and then there's a subtle way you better do it right we hear this from the county and others if we don't do it right then we're going to take your cookies away from you and will not be a good dog to sit in the corner Arizona has been told to prepare for the worst we'll talk more about that with the experts and there there are medical experts who agree and disagree on all this will walk through the doctor Scott atlas MD of Stanford gonna be with us much more newsradio six hundred cargo some chill NATO a federal judges ordered Seattle police to temporarily stop using tear gas to break up peaceful protest police are accused of overreacting to protests in recent weeks meanwhile the Seattle autonomous zone a six block area occupied by demonstrators still in full force police chief Carmen best says anyone trying to report a crime is going to have to wait to sponsor times for over fifteen minutes about three times as long as the average of every year Seattle's mayor said he's working with people in his own on moving forward several states seeing a resurgence of covert nineteen cases some even rolling back efforts to re open their economies Oregon governor Kate brown a noticeable increase and covert nineteen infections in Oregon over the past week is certainly cause for concern Utah's also slowing its re opening America's.

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"dr louis leakey" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr louis leakey" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"The humans share more than ninety eight percent of the same DNA with chimpanzees. Which is probably why. There's always been a fascination with them to what we know of them is mostly because of one woman whose name has become synonymous with chimps. Jane Goodall Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Today's explorer is one of the world's most famous primatology. She's best known for her decades. Long Research. Wild compansy let's talk about. Jane Goodall Jane Goodall was born Valerie. Jane Morris Goodall Nineteen thirty four in London. Her Father Mortimer was a businessman and her mother. Margaret was a novelist who wrote under the pen name Van Morris Goodall from a young age. Jane was fascinated with animals when she was four. Jane Hid for hours in a hen house. Just to observe how hens lay eggs as an adolescent. Jane Dreamt of life in Africa where she could study and work with animals. She finally did move there as an adult she said upon arrival that it felt like coming home in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. Jane moved to Kenya while there. She met Dr Louis Leakey a famous archaeologist and paleontologist who offer Jana job as a secretary in one thousand nine hundred sixty. Dr Leakey's sent Jane to Gomba Stream National Park in Tanzania.

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"dr louis leakey" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr louis leakey" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Say, well, how could you care about chimps on a so much suffering among people and the answer is if you don't address the suffering of the people conservation will never never work. The thing is we're all interconnected. That's what we have to realize. You can't address a piece of a problem. You have to think holistically it's all alive. It's all connected. It's all intelligence. All relatives. We stand at the threshold of a historic opportunity in the human experiment to re imagine how to live on earth in ways that honor the web of life each other and future generations. Young Jane's mother guided her study and work hard to reach your dreams, her enthusiasm moxie and for middle knowledge. So impressed, Dr Louis Leakey the world renowned paleontologist anthropologist that he dispatched her what is today Tanzania's remote bay national park to begin a research project. Her mother came as a chaperone it has been fifty years since Dr Jane began her intensive solitary studies of chimpanzee.

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"dr louis leakey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"dr louis leakey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"In a son and the wind and the rain i climbed into the hills this was where i was meant to be the more i learned the more i realise had like us brown deer of the strangerthanfiction sure can be transformed into place here we have a perfect example of that evolution jane goodall fooled london beautiful wood the chew easy he's in the wilds of africa we've ever really very frightened from jane the advert morgan is here to tell us more about what drew him to the story the amazing story of jayne good a welcome to the monica weekly tell us about that is it a counter intuitive decision for a film producer for filmmaker to make a movie about a prompt toll adjusted when previously it's been rahkamo stalls or rahkamo produces themselves that beloved whatever it might be how did you arrive at chain story whoa of a big part of it had to do with the archive undrawn archives the archive for this film was how do i say that it may be the most extraordinary archive of the 20th century italy's first sixty millimeter film i strongly believe it is perhaps second only to nasa easy for little background good was a young girl inborn meth who have this dream of go in africa and living amongst wild animals writing books about them she had no money issues was raised by a single mother and so after high school she got a job as a waitress saved your money went over there met dr louis leakey by accident and he sent her into the jungles to live with wild chimpanzees now nobody knew anything about while chimpanzees nobody at attempted to live with wild chimpanzees the only thing we knew about them was a they ran away the side of a came in and be the rip your head off okay so jane miraculously goes to do this incredible thing now her goal was to cohabitate with chimpanzees and after several months she started get closer and closer them a national geographic hired a young dutch and matured fruit never shot anything before him he devan loik to go to gambian document chains work well here we are six years later the research continues it is the longest study ah of an animal and the history of this planet and it is now the longest film study.

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