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Fresh update on "earth" discussed on Drew Garabo Live

Drew Garabo Live

00:55 min | 13 min ago

Fresh update on "earth" discussed on Drew Garabo Live

"Our podcast, but give it a shot. Well, here's my first spliff. The NASA Space six crew has returned over the weekend, the Dragon capsule splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico. A recovery vehicle was moved in to pick him up, and they found that the capsule was surrounded by private boats. I guess everybody wanted to go and see, you know. Screaming metal hung comes out of the sky might be space radiation. But you know, it doesn't happen all that often. It doesn't attract some attention. Once you see that land, too. But the crew was happy with the mission and it was, they said. It was truly our honor and privilege as they arrived home on behalf of the space X and NASA teams. Welcome back to Planet Earth. Thanks for flying Space six that president who attended the capsule's launch on the 30th hailed it safe return. Excellent. The successful end of the mission is the first time since 1975..

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NASA astronauts splash down to Earth after historic mission

Total Information AM

00:45 sec | 9 hrs ago

NASA astronauts splash down to Earth after historic mission

"To NASA astronauts have returned to Earth in a dramatic retro style splashdown carried out by Elon Musk Space six company the capsule carrying Sand and Native Bob Banking. As well as Doug Hurley parachuted into the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Pensacola. And this is how NASA TV sounded while waiting for the accent of Bob and Doug. We've been in there For Little more than 19 hours at this point since a two part of the space station on Saturday, Jenkins says he was proud to be a small part of the team. Thank you for everybody who came out today. I know with all the challenges, but everybody's wearing a mask with a situation that we're in. It's not trivial to get this many people here to try to be close and celebrate what we've accomplished the astronauts. Homecoming comes two months after they blasted off on the historic

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You Dont Exist. But You Actually Do

10% Happier with Dan Harris

03:58 min | 13 hrs ago

You Dont Exist. But You Actually Do

"In this episode, we're going to take a simple useful down to earth stroll through one of the most confounding liberating concepts in Buddhism. On. The one hand. Buddhists. Tell us the self is an illusion. You don't exist. On the other hand they tell us well, actually on some level you do, of course exist. So which is it? The answer this frustrating the answer is both. But this concept which is called not self selflessness Igla snus or emptiness. This concept does not have to be some hopelessly esoteric riddle. It is actually a game changer that we can all apply in our own lives. Here to tell us how to do that. Guy, Armstrong, who has been a meditation teacher in insight tradition for decades, he's written a book called emptiness. He is the husband of Sally Armstrong who appeared on the show just a few weeks ago. I. Actually conducted the interviews back to back last fall. But. Even though this was recorded before the record events twenty, twenty, the concepts here in our I, assure you. Perennially us. So here we go with Armstrong. Well, nice to see you again, thanks for coming on Nice to see you Dan. So the latest die back into your. biography, just a little bit. What was it about back in the seventies about meditation? No. What was it about your life that the practice of meditation and the? Teachings of the Buddha, such a big deal for you that you actually. You. Had Gone to a fancy college if I recall rice in Houston and you've worked in Silicon Valley and you were teaching at a alternative school in Palo. Alto. You basically put all that to the side and became, as you said, a Dermot Bum. Why? Well, it was two things I'd had a long standing interest in Buddhism. Really from my college days, it just spoke to me philosophically in a way that no other system ever had. There was a depth of precision and accuracy the really resonated with me, and the second thing was I was not very happy in my life at that time, I came out of the sixties and my life was really unsettled and I I did a little too much of all the things that people did too much of the sixties. Victor. and. So I was still trying to put my life back together and I never felt invested in the worldly things that I was engaged in. So this Dharma practice came along and I remember sitting on my first retreat. And I reached into a level of stillness of mind that I had never felt before. and. I think what struck me at that time? Was the basic. You could call it in this. You could call it space that meditation. In my mind I felt anything is possible in this place. So looking back now on that experience, what I tapped into was the basic emptiness or you know more congenial word is openness. Of Our mind, our basic situation I saw anything was possible. And I. I must admit I was really drawn by the concept of enlightenment. But there could be transformative moments of insight that would change your life forever you know in a positive way. said two things in there. I WANNA follow up on. We say anything is possible. Do you mean you could play for the NBA? You could learn how to fly. What do you mean when you say I, don't suspect you do to what do you mean exactly when you say anything is possible in that space by meant that the mind could be. Shaped or formed in any direction one wanted I just saw this vast potential of the space in the mind that was revealed through that stillness. And I knew that any degree of suffering that had come into my life didn't need to be there.

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NASA astronauts splash down to Earth after historic mission

Our American Stories

00:45 sec | 13 hrs ago

NASA astronauts splash down to Earth after historic mission

"Since astronauts return directly home from space, let alone return by parachute drop. But that is just how Bob Banchan and dog Hurley ended their two month mission to the International Space Station. Four parachutes guiding their privately built unknown space six capsule endeavor into the Gulf of Mexico, mostly according to careful plan. Mostly we're doing pretty good so far to space. Six fast boats reached the bobbing capsule, but recreational boaters did too. Breach of safety and security. Something like this just Can endanger the whole thing. A A recovery recovery recovery ship ship ship hoisted hoisted hoisted aboard aboard aboard the the the capsule, capsule, capsule, The The The astronauts astronauts astronauts came came came out out out the the the open open open hatch hatch hatch on on on stretchers, stretchers, stretchers, as as as expected, expected, expected, still still still readjusting readjusting readjusting to to to Earth's Earth's Earth's gravity. gravity. gravity. Correspondent Mark Strassmann on the weather

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Here Comes The Sun Powered Energy

Wow In the World

07:10 min | 15 hrs ago

Here Comes The Sun Powered Energy

"ME. who could possibly be at seven in the morning. Hold on calming each. You think a person would have patients especially this hour. who is it delivery from earth giant long dot com. For me that can't be right. I I always buy my stuff from local shops. Earth giant Lung Dot Com just temps people to buy stuff, they don't need. A Good Morning Good Morning I've got some baggage is here. This one. Wait a minute. You've got like a hundred and fifty packages behind you. Are you sure there for me, Hunt says right here on the package Guy Rasi next door to the gingerbread mansion, and here we go this one. that. Wait a minute of these packages are dress to mindy. Guy. Roz Mindy. Oh. You mean her yet you got it. there. What is going off? Cabins fermenting coming along. Well, IT'S A. Baby. What is going on? Just dealing with a little delivery from Earth's giant lung, dot com small delivery. There's like A. Fifty boxes coming up that. One hundred and ninety two boxes to be precise. The ninety two boxes and anyway, why are half of them being delivered to my house? Oh. So turns out. Earth's giant lung. Dot Com has a limit on how many boxes that they'll deliver to a single address. So I had to put yours down to hope you don't mind. Mindy one of you ordered. I. Mean I know you've got a food truck and all, but I mean, this can't be cricket. bbq. It's not cricket powder. Why wouldn't need so much crooked powder. Well, then what could you have possibly ordered? Well, just the other day I was sitting at home minding my own beeswax zoodles told me that it was cyber Monday. Cyber Funday will what are you talking? Oh. So Cyber Funday is the day when all of these shopping websites like earth giant lung, dot, com have deals on everything. You could ever want in everything. You didn't even know you wanted all these toys and glitter bombs in unicorns that poop rainbows and UNICORNS. The pope potatoes in bake ovens and keychains and novelty gives an inspirational decorative plates see. This one says love laugh live. Even got in on Danis. Would you order? Hundred veget- spinners they were overstocked. But two, thousand, seventeen. Will be restless again. I'm bored Mindy. I don't understand you sure you need all this stuff. Yes. Of course, I don't need it. Geyer is it was all fail. I use the money that I made from those? Bars that Reggie Ni- sold to his Paleo Pigeon. and Boy Howdy. We made a fortune on those things. I walked away from that business venture with a thousand dollars. Wait wait hold on hold on. You're telling me you made a thousand dollars in profit from selling bird seed. Paleo. Energy bars, and you decided to spend it on a bunch of a bunch of junk. Well, you know what you always say Guy Roz one birds trashes other birds treasure. What I don't see that. Yeah. You do remember last week when Reggie helped you fish all those old plastic bottles and aluminum cans from Dennis's trash. Hey reg over here. Can you give me a hand? I'm going through Dennis is trash and he's not recycling anything I mean. Fish all these bottles and cans out of this trash bin. You want us to help you. Dentists as. Well as I always say, reg one birds, trash is another bird treasure. The Wow. Do you remember? Oh. Yeah. But but I was talking about trash that could actually be recycled and turned into something new. Because otherwise all that trash gets dumped into a giant trash dump or landfill, and well, that's not good for our environment. Picking Up. down. Guy. Arise talking about rash turning into treasure. Meant recycling deaths. Oh, and Xiaojing Bhai these one hundred and nine hundred boxes. Actually one, hundred, ninety, two boxes downing judging by those one, hundred, ninety, two boxes. You actually generated more trash. You, know what they say. I one person's trash is another person's toilet paper dispenser. That plays Christmas. Songs. report. You're calling my Wifi enabled Bluetooth, ready egg beater earings. Well. Yes. Sir I mean, no, I mean. Look at all the plastic and cardboard out here. All these things you've ordered are packed in stuff that's going to go in the trash. Recycling. India, unfortunately, that's not going to solve the problem. Of course, it will. What are you talking about Garros? Haven't? You heard heard what? Well, for the past few decades, a lot of our recycling things like paper and plastic and glass has actually been shipped off to China to get recycled. Except over the past year, China has told the world that it can't take all of our junk anymore. Why not? Well, we humans have generated too much of it and recycling all of that crash has become too difficult for China. So, what does that mean for how we recycle our garbage? Well, it means that in many cities in America and even in other countries they stopped recycling. Just stopped, recycling like Dennis. Mandy. I didn't stop recycling I never started gay Roz, if they're not recycling than what's happening with all that cardboard and plastic, well, a lot of it is being incinerated or burned. Well, that sounds like a pretty good plan to me. Well, unfortunately, it's not because every time you burn this stuff, it creates pollution in our air pollution that makes our air dirty

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Laser Communication: How Shorter Wavelengths Means Greater Bandwidth

Innovation Now

01:04 min | 16 hrs ago

Laser Communication: How Shorter Wavelengths Means Greater Bandwidth

"Now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future today sending a map of Mars to Earth might take nine years with current radio systems but as little as nine weeks with laser communications. Here's Glen Jackson Payload Manager. For the laser communications relay demo had Nasr's Goddard Space, Flight Center to explain why optical communication systems are more efficient. The wavelength of light is much smaller than the wavelength of radio frequencies and the small the wavelengths, the more information you can condense in a small period of time. So we get. Greater Bandwidth with optical communication as the wavelength get smaller, this technology would allow us to move large amounts of data and high definition video. In shorter amounts of time, we could communicate with rovers or astronauts on Mars, actually seeing and hearing more of their adventures on the Red Planet and laser communication systems on earth could provide high bandwidth in remote areas,

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NASA astronauts splash down in SpaceX Dragon capsule, capping historic mission

Kim Komando

00:41 sec | 17 hrs ago

NASA astronauts splash down in SpaceX Dragon capsule, capping historic mission

"Capsule with US astronauts on board returning to earth using an ocean splash down all going well, especially with the scalding reentry. That was the 12 minute reentry into the Earth's atmosphere, And that's where the heat shield comes into effect. It's 3500 degrees fair. The hype is like a giant fireball coming in, and everything went absolutely perfectly All those Apollo missions by the way, 45 plus years ago back in the late sixties and seventies. Follow those capsules with those astronauts splashed down in the Pacific is the 1st 1 has splashed down right off the coast of Florida boxes. Phil Keating. NASA astronauts Bob Banking and Doug Hurley back home after two months stint On board the international space Station,

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SpaceX Capsule, NASA Crew Make 1st Splashdown In 45 Years, Crew Heads Home To Houston

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:06 min | 18 hrs ago

SpaceX Capsule, NASA Crew Make 1st Splashdown In 45 Years, Crew Heads Home To Houston

"Mission accomplished NASA and spacex completing historic feat this afternoon when to use astronauts in the SPACEX dragon capsule splashed onto the Gulf of Mexico here's ABC's Gio Benitez. Tonight that historic splashdown. SPLASHDOWN Dragging Endeavour has returned home astronauts Bob in Doug, Hurley inside the spacex Dragon Endeavor for this nineteen, our journey to Earth orbiting the planet at a mind blowing seventeen thousand miles per hour before entering the atmosphere at two, thirty, six, pm eastern the extreme heat cutting off all communications between the dragon and earth for four tenths minutes hoping and praying. That everything is going well, look we just made history. The United States of America once again has a human spaceflight program at two forty, the astronauts signal there. Okay. I F four minutes later, those chutes deploy dragon ultimately slowing down to just fifteen miles per hour splashing down in the Gulf of Mexico welcome back to planet Earth and thanks for flying space x the Dragon Avoiding Tropical Storm Isa else in the Atlantic Astronaut Doug Hurley with the first words from inside the Dragon Shirley are honored purpose a recovery boat loading up the dragon the heat shield underneath that chart by that re entry thirty, five, hundred degrees Fahrenheit locals racing in their own. Boats to get view maybe next time, we shouldn't announce our landing zone, the recovery team wearing masks and has met suits, Bob, and doug emerging on stretchers feeling gravity for the first time in sixty four days. The first American splashdown in forty five years since the. Apollo an incredible day for SPACEX and NASA Gio Benitez joins us now live from the Johnson Space Center in Houston and Geo. Tonight the big question how are the Space Dad's as they call them, Bob and Doug doing. Well Tom I, were told they are doing very well in fact, they're already on their way back home to Houston

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After splashdown, what’s next for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft?

Kim Komando

00:17 sec | 20 hrs ago

After splashdown, what’s next for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft?

"Off a historic feat, launching to NASA astronauts aboard a commercially developed spacecraft and then bringing them safely back to Earth. The crew crew dragon dragon dragon splash splash splash down down down after after after a a a 64 64 64 day day day test test test flight flight flight now now now clears clears clears the the the way way way for for for NASA NASA NASA to to to certify certify certify the the the spacecraft spacecraft spacecraft for for for operational operational operational flights flights flights to to to and and and from from from the the the space space space station station station starting starting starting later later later this this this year. year. year. It It It is

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SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts splash down after historic test flight

Kim Komando

00:44 sec | 20 hrs ago

SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts splash down after historic test flight

"It was a perfect water landing in the Gulf of Mexico today for a pair of American astronauts onboard the space X spacecraft, crew members Bob and Doug are now safely back home on Earth Wind. Shotwell is the chief operating officer for Space X. This was an extraordinary mission for an extraordinary day for NASA for Space six, frankly, for Americans and anyone interested in in space flight here, CBS's Bill Harwood, a sexist Off a historic feat, launching to NASA astronauts aboard a commercially developed spacecraft and then bringing them safely back to Earth. The crew dragon splash down after a 64 day test flight now clears the way for NASA to certify the spacecraft for operational flights to and from the space station starting later this

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SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts land back on Earth

The GO Show with Mike Russell

00:32 sec | 21 hrs ago

SpaceX Crew Dragon astronauts land back on Earth

"Basics. Dragon made a successful splash landing in the Gulf of Mexico today, emerging about 75 minutes later, Hurley beaming with gratitude on NASA TV take a moment to cherish this day, especially given all the things that have happened here. We certainly can't thankyou and former NASA astronaut Walter Cunningham, who flew on Apollo seven joined Fox is America's news headquarters to comment. I'm impressed with the mission. And I'm also impressed with how much things have changed in the last 52 years. Believe me,

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First manned commercial space flight returns

Mac and Gaydos

00:38 sec | 23 hrs ago

First manned commercial space flight returns

"As to NASA astronauts return to earth safely on their first man commercial space flight. The first to you from the W was a stunning vision as the space six capsule was picked up by All cameras as it descended below about 50,000 feet as it slowed to less than 400 miles an hour. The first parachutes deployed visual to drugs out Then, less than a minute later, those chutes released and gave wayto four primary shoots that slowed the capsule down to a soft splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico be Berries for splash down Within minutes, ships had reached the capsule to secure it before a larger space six six recovery recovery ship ship arrived. arrived. Marco Marco Malard Malard ABC ABC News News

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The great broadband divide: Living without high-speed internet access

CBS Weekend News Roundup

03:35 min | 1 d ago

The great broadband divide: Living without high-speed internet access

"Austin, Texas, So many kids weren't online last semester, but the school system had to print and male 40,000 homework packets a week. They resorted to fill in school buses with portable WiFi hot spots and parking them near apartment complexes where a lot of people have no broadband service. Now, you might say Austin shining star of high Tech American cities. According to geese own Austin illustrates the biggest broadband problem of all the vast majority of Americans who don't have broadband Internet access is because they can't afford it because the price is too high. And sure enough, the U. S. Has the third most expensive broadband Internet in the developed world. Mostly because there's not much competition. It's just a money problem and not a problem of putting wires in the ground. We should be complaining about both the lack of actual network infrastructure. In many places, but also the cost. The thing is, we fix problems like this before. In 1930 for only 11% of rural Americans had electricity. President Franklin Roosevelt created the rural Electrification Administration. New lines going up almost everywhere. At the rate of 500 miles a day, and within 20 years, 90% of those homes had cheap, reliable electricity. Now. Over the years, the government has come up with a basket of programs designed to help with Internet affordability and accessibility. Unfortunately, sewn says they haven't always worked as designed. The FCC has now for well over a decade paid out tens of billions of dollars to rule broadband companies to build Internet access. In places where there isn't any And the fact of the matter is is that the government has gotten a very, very poor return on its investment. This FCC and I'll even say you know, the FCC that I work for has not done a very good job of demanding that these companies tell us what they've actually built with the money they've gotten. This is not making the FCC looked too good. I don't think it's incompetence. I think part of it is resource is you know the the FCC staff has shrunk enormously. In the last decade or so, where to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the FCC chairman a Jeep. I declined our request for an interview. But in a written response, the FCC says We ensure efficient cost effective spending on subsidies for rural broadband. Earlier this year, Congress passed a law requiring the FCC to improve the way it measures Internet access. But the FCC says that nothing will happen unless Congress also pays for it. The FCC simply does not have the $65 million we need to start the process and implement that law through its first year. Meanwhile, the agency is promoting new technologies like five g, cellular and low earth orbit satellites that might address our broadband problems someday. But for now, most seem to agree on one thing. Especially these days, the Internet should be considered a necessity.

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Crew Dragon astronauts wrap up historic test flight

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Crew Dragon astronauts wrap up historic test flight

"And a pair of NASA astronauts face the final and most important part of their space six test flight. Returning to Earth with a rare splashdown. Doug Hurley and Bob Banking are expected to touch down off the coast of Florida just before three o'clock this afternoon of the astronauts began their historic two month trip to the international space Station at the end of May, when the space X Dragon capsule lost from the right from a ground pad in Florida. It's the first national launch from the U. S soil since 2011 in the first time in history that a commercially developed spacecraft Carried humans into orbit. This will be the first US human spacecraft splashed down since 1975.

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NASA keeping close eye on Hurricane Isaias ahead of bringing astronauts back to Earth

Kim Komando

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

NASA keeping close eye on Hurricane Isaias ahead of bringing astronauts back to Earth

"The threatening weather, NASA says the weather looks good for a Sunday afternoon splash down in the Gulf of Mexico near Panama City, Florida It'll be the first water landing for Astronauts in 45 years. Doug Hurley and Bob Benton took part in a farewell ceremony today at the International Space Station hours ahead of their plans. Departure on a space X Dragon capsule. NASA Administrator Jim Brian Steen making an appearance on Fox's Neil Cavuto live discussing what would happen if the crew can't undock from the international space station tonight. We're not gonna undock and unless we're very sure that they're going to be able to return as planned, that's number one number two. If something happens if there's Anomaly or something. We have about 36 hours of life support so they could continue orbiting for a period of time.

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SpaceX astronauts cleared for return despite weather concerns

Anthony Valadez

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

SpaceX astronauts cleared for return despite weather concerns

"Space X is getting ready for the final part of an important test flight is two astronauts will undocked from the international space station and ride the Space six capsule home. If they're not stopped by the hurricane. NPR's knell green. Phil Boyce has more NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Bank and blasted off in a space X Dragon capsule back in May. It was the first time a commercial vehicle took people to orbit now it has to bring them back home. The capsule is designed to splash down in the waters around Florida Bank in says everyone is watching the weather closely, he says. If there's no safe spot to return, they can always stay in the space station. Longer. We won't leave the space station without some good landing opportunities in front of us. Good splash down weather in front of us after they've undocked taken orbit Earth for a day or two. If they need to before coming down. This will be the first time returning astronauts have splashed down since

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Storm doesn't scuttle plan for astronauts' return

Purity Products

00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Storm doesn't scuttle plan for astronauts' return

"Hurricane Zaius will likely alter NASA's plans to bring two astronauts back to Earth. We'll splash down landing of the Dragon Space capsule. Three landing sites are in the direct path of the storm off the coast of Cape Canaveral, Daytona Beach and Jacksonville Reform or landing sites are set up along the Gulf Coast, including one off the coast of Tampa. Officials who have to decide if the capsule's still undocked from the space station tonight with plans to splash down in the Gulf or delay the return for a few days.

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Amazon closer to launching satellites, upping internet reach

War Room

00:22 sec | 2 d ago

Amazon closer to launching satellites, upping internet reach

"Amazon's one step closer to outer space Company has received government approval to put more than 3200 satellites into orbit. With the goal of beaming Internet service to earth, Amazon said the satellite's could provide Internet to parts of the world that don't have it. It could also become a new business for Amazon selling Internet service to people or companies. John Scott

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And They Will Inherit It

Latino USA

03:31 min | 3 d ago

And They Will Inherit It

"The film, salt of the Earth was made only a year or so after the strike and released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, it tells the story of our group of Mexican American miners to Ghana. Powerful mining company to demand their rights their fifteen month long strike includes some unexpected heroes and we'll explain that soon. But I you need to understand how radical the film was for the Nineteen Fifties. Politicians at the time were determined to root out secret communists from Hollywood. There were even public interrogation of filmmakers. Are you now have you ever been a member of the? Communist Party, this is audio of the interrogation of filmmaker Herbert Bieber Bearman in front of the House UNAMERICAN activities committee. To use this to. The motion, picture industry and. The Right? Not only be be Berman ended up serving time in prison and was blacklisted in Hollywood because of his suspected communist sympathies, and then he made salt of the Earth along with two other men who also been blacklisted. It seems pretty clear that salt of the Earth was an act of defiance. The government had sanctioned the filmmakers for his sympathies. So they made a movie that was unapologetically leftist. In one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, the film was so controversial, only a few theaters across the US would show it. Salt of the Earth was essentially buried from public sight for decades. But in one thousand, nine, hundred seventies, she gano and feminist movements embraced the Phil. They saw it as an example of what social justice movements could actually look like. In two, thousand, eighteen producer. Traveled to Grant County New Mexico to uncover the story of what would come to be called the Empire Zinc strike. He wanted to find out how is sleepy mining town erupted into protest, and if almost seventy years later, anyone still remembers Sayer give them is going to take it from here. Before I tell you about what things are like in county. Now, I'm GonNa, tell you the story about how things were and we're going to start with our to Florida's. He was an important figure in the empire's ING strikes. Please come in. Thank you. My Dad Arthur. Florida's one hundred years old. One of the first. President Sir Locally. Local. Late Ninety is the name of the miners union in Grant County. By the way, we're going to hear about it a lot and our to Florida's was a union leader there in the nineteen fifties. Here, it's OK. Okay. I ever I have no problem with talking. Hundred. Be. Dumb. You're doing just fine. Sits in a wheelchair. His thin silver hair is neatly combed. His son. Larry leaves out a set of old photographs on the table. Here's head. Here's some of the actors from the movie, Clint Man Walking Out of the Union Hall Women Flannels and big brimmed hats smiling triumphantly at the camera. There's two is a full head of thick black hair. The photo is labeled local eight, Ninety Activists Nineteen fifty-three.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

02:02 min | 2 months ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"All right Rangers here comes the sound clip listen. Okay, here's a little hint. We've learned a lot about this creature in past episode. In fact, we even spoke to this animals zookeeper from the Toronto Zoo. Any ideas. Here's that sound more time? Ready to guess. Did you. Rhinoceros. If you did your. Who would have thought rhinos with sound like that? That sounded more like good tiny bird as opposed to Jane Norms Rhinoceros to me. There are actually five different types of Rhino on earth, two species from Africa, the Black Rhino in the white. Rhino and three from Asia Sumatran, Javan and greater one horned. Finals are such important animals. They're one of the largest land mammals alive today. Unfortunately, there are fewer than thirty thousand of them alive in the wild. Rhinos have been hunted. For Their Horn as some cultures believe the horns have medicinal properties. They absolutely do not in fact. Do you know what Rhino Horns are made of? Carrington. That's the same stuff. Your hair and fingernails are made of and last time I checked. There wasn't nothing medicinal about hair or fingernails. Rhinos need our protection. They're big. They're beautiful and we WANNA make sure that they're here for a long long time. For more INFO about rhinos and a superfund interview with my friend, Angie, the Rhino Keeper Checkout Episode Twenty Two of the Earth Rangers podcast. Rangers I am really excited because it's time for our creature feature..

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Helicopters are large carnivorous members of the reptile family and by large I mean Hugh Fungus? They can grow up to three point. Four meters long at up to four hundred and fifty kilograms. American alligators can live for a long time up to fifty years. You can find American alligators in the southern USA. In Ponds Lakes and swamps alligators were on the brink of extinction but thanks to conservation efforts. They were over one million of them alive today. Alligators seem a little bit hesitant. But this swamp monster like but trust me the females are actually really good. Mom's alligator mothers later in on the shore guarded to keep it safe from predators. And when Mama gator? Here's peeps from inside the aches. She waits for her babies to hatch. Ben She carries the baby safely to the water her. Ab Alligators spent two years with their mothers. She keeps her safe from predators like raccoons birds and other alligators. After two years. The babies are big enough to fend for themselves and they go off on their own. Alligators are awesome now. Before you go. I know you've been waiting for this today. Under story of Earth Ranger. Sarah is going to tell us a little story about a mischievous little pink. I'm Earth Rangers. Sarah I'm GonNa tell you a story about when our pigs got out so it was first time. We got the next day when my brother went to feed them he opened the gate and they ran straight out. They went into our Hayfield and we were looking for for about an hour and we had to go to school. That Dane get ready. Got All of our nice warm clothes. I ran out to find. He took were ever. They're running and running all catch but then my brother her. He walked up to bail. And behind key chased. It overtook my mom and dad's. We almost missed the box. I had to get my backpack ready and get all my clothes and go to school. That's the story of my pigs. Getting at Was a great story so much trouble because of one little adventure. Thanks Sarah for your awesome submission. Now remember if you ever real story but it amazing animal encounter. I'd love to hear it. Also by submitting your story you'll be entered for a chance to win a special. Earth Rangers Price Bag. You can tell us your story. By going. To Earth Rangers Dot com slash podcast and clicking on the green button with the megaphone. That says leave us a message. I can't wait to hear yours. Well Earth Rangers. It's been quite the podcast. We learned pretty much. All there is to know about wolverines and we figured out that it was alligator. That made that interesting noise. I think it's high time I take a little nap. Windsor scratchy one. Of course until next time thanks for listening and keep on range in best ever DOT com..

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

06:39 min | 3 months ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Oh we're thing I wanted to ask you since I have you on the line now. Is it true that versus sleep standing up because that does not sound very comfortable so there's two kinds of sleep and Horses do One version standing up and one version lying down so they have really really special ligaments to cross their knees that lock into place to let them do really really deep napping. But it's not the kind of sleep where they can dream. Dot kind of sleep is called. Rem Sleep and they need about four hours a day of that but it doesn't need to be altogether and for REM sleep lie down but because they can get really really good rest on their feet there. Is this whole thought process. That horses sleep standing up. So it's true and it's not true. Gotcha got you sound of that. Really deep napping in. I'm going to try and do it yourself. Let me know how it goes. Well thank you so much for talking to me. I feel like I've learned so much about of course I didn't know before and it's really amazing to hear about everything you in the horses do to help people. It's been my pleasure. Thanks for calling. Okay have a great day. Oh and thank you so much take care you too bye Earth Rangers. It's official earth. Rangers courses are amazing animals. Either way do you know what it means? If you find a horseshoe sombor horses walking around in their socks now if you recall I played you an animal sound earlier in the podcast. Just refresh your memory. Let's hear it again. Did you figure out which animal made that noise? It's a porcupine are animal ambassador. Friend Willow to be exact. Quo is a prehensile tails porcupine. Which means she is a long tail that uses to help her climb in hold onto trees. Prehensile tailed porcupines originally from South America. And they spend much of their day in trees. Porcupines are covered in quills. In fact the only quilt free areas are their noses stomachs and bottoms of their feet. No it's no secret that that's how I got her name. Can you imagine if bringing with Stephanie or Caroline Caroline the Porcupine anyways despite with some may think porcupines cannot throw or shoot their quills? And what did these rodents like to eat? Leaves Flowers shoots arc en routes? They're Herbert's also next time. You're in South America hoping to catch a glimpse of a prehensile tailed porcupine. Don't expect to see one during the day. They'RE NOCTURNAL NEW YORK. You find very adorable over before you go. You guys know that I've been asking you to send in your own personal animal encounter story and today. We'll hear the very first submission which comes from Earth Rangers stature. Let's check it out by name. Thatcher I'm seven. India live in Washington state. Usa here's my story about the animal. I saw in Colorado this August Colorado cabinet listening to the sound heard the crickets chirping loudly diehard. A tree swaying softly. Eventually I fell asleep after talking with my cousin tour. My Mom Joe. Sleep to at three. Am Mom heard a crack remarkable. She went downstairs. Tiptoeing to investigate. She peeked out the window. And she saw something shocking. This Summer O.'S. In a very early sweetser is on the downstairs to where my mom was drinking her morning coffee. She told me the cabin oddly. Shaped FOOTPRINT OF MR tried to eat a dinner. Leftovers visitor had brown water repair in the most serious seen upside down. Dumpster was waiting for a had to investigate turns out the footprint. The carpet the chunks of hair. The upside down dumpster turned out for browsing by. How what an amazing story. Thank you from Washington State. You really kept us on the edge of our seat there until the very end awesome job and a nighttime visit from a brown bear certainly makes for a good story. Have you ever had an encounter with an animal? I'd love to hear it but remember it has to be a real story. Something that happened to you or someone you know in real life you can tell us your story. By going to Earth Rangers Dot com slash podcast and click on the green button with the megaphone. That says Lima's The message I love to hear all your stories and remember submitting your story. You'll automatically enter our contest for a chance to win a special Earth Rangers Prize. Pack Well Earth Rangers. It's been quite a day. We learned about horses and their Buick writing. And we met a prickly little porcupine friend. Cucolo rave now though. It's time for me to quit fooling around candor out of your bef- right talk so much that I get forced next week. We're going to need an incredibly tough animal with a mutation until then I stay in the saddle have a super and Jesus best robot ever..

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Higher. Three injures me Earth Ranger Emma? Sorry I haven't been on air for a while. I've actually been busy helping my best friend. Sarah Starter own podcast. It's called the big mouth and it's all about climate change and how it's affecting people and animals around the world but don't worry it's not the typical scary story kind of deal that may expect some climate change podcast. No Sarah does a great job staying positive and her show Super Fun. Oh wait she actually sent me a recording of the exact moment when she decided to start the show. They should play that for you. So you'll see what I mean Let me see Where's that clip? Yeah here we go big thoughts say let me God just so much to think about where to even start I know I school today. We had an assembly with like a slide show thing and it was all about climate change and environmentalism and it was crazy. The whole thing was just problem after problem and everyone speaking and either presentations with some vague warning about things that works and like that's the usual right every time you turn on the news you hear that officials say climate change and most of the time. I just listening this bad feeling in worried and like that's it but today I don't know something changed. I was listening to it and I just kept thinking. This isn't okay. Why is this still like this? Someone Someone needs to say something. Someone needs to do something and then. I fought me right. I think about this all the time. I care deeply about the planet. I know how to fact check in research. I kind of know how to record audio. Kinda but the point is this plan started to form in my mind and now I feel like I have to do it. My guys I'm going to do it. I'm going to start a podcast to figure out what's really going on with climate change. But it's going to be different. I'M GONNA do it in a way that flips the usual bad news. No answers vibe. 'cause like who needs more that. I'm going to try and talk to people who really study it and cut through the noise like the people who are actually changing things. Scientists Aktyubinsk risks. And he is. I can get on the phone even more than that. I WanNA talk to teams. Feel the same way I do and have started to act because I know I know so many other teams all over the world are the same and I just think if we can find each other and communicate. Maybe we can actually turn things around. It's a lot to think about but I am so ready to do this. That was by bus. Sorry I gotta go. Hey wait a melt. Podcast is brought to you by Earth Rangers and Gen Z. Media climate change is changing everything. And I've got something to say about that. The big melt. Don't freak out figuring out. Make sure to smash that. Subscribe Button where you get your task later. Staters Sarah. Doesn't that sound cool? You should totally check it out just search for the big melt in your podcast APP to subscribe. She's a bunch of episodes that already. Okay I'll be back with new episodes of the Earth Rangers podcasting until then stay awesome and coupon ranging bringer..

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"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

Rewilding Earth

08:12 min | 4 months ago

"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

"And don't forget to share it with friends when I first visited the southwest and I saw cows. It was a shock because I was from the Midwest and we have grass and visibly. You can see you know big fat healthy cows all your life and you go see these cows with. Choya sticking out of their lips and you can see their ribs and everything else in. Iowa's just struck by people's to nasty to to me. Apparently holed up this Marlboro man rancher. John Wayne kind of mythology because clearly. Nobody was making any money. 'cause I looked at the landscape and I looked at the cows and their you know their need to eat and I just couldn't reconcile how anybody could ever make money. It's not something we actually talk about on this show until today. I've never really asked anybody. You mentioned money before these guys really make money like grazing on these really marginal marginal for their excellent for wildlife. They're very very marginal after. They've been degraded for just one season of grazing. I never pictured these guys when when I was younger making any money I thought they were just hobbyists can make money. To the extent that their expenses are largely offset through subsidies. We have a really low public land grazing fee. It's a dollar thirty five a month to raise your cow and calf on pub on her Kass on public lands and then you know. There's subsidies for drought payments and and disaster payments. And if your animal if you're live suck at eaten by predators they pay you for that too and you know there's a lot of offsets to the public land bledstock crazy industry that other small businesses don't get for their further losses or you know for their games like infrastructure The other thing I think that's important to recognize is what public lands livestock grazers get is political influence. A lot of how the West was developed by Western Easterners with to claim the landscape using livestock as a way of holding new territories. And then that. The displacement of indigenous people from those landscapes was backed up by the US military. So it's been a long time. They hit the history of the west of white people. In the West has largely depended upon the influence of the livestock industry on Clinton laying claim took landscape and those same livestock ranchers you know there s generation on the same ranch when they go speak to their congressperson or senator. They have an undue influence. It's a power trip that has been going on for a hundred and fifty years just in the West and so whether or not making money. There are having an influence over the political landscape. That's far out sizes their you know contribution to our communities or you know even beef production and things like that so there's a it is really a marginal business model most ranchers. These days are not relying on the money from the ranch at probably a hobby Somebody in the family has a has a real job or or it's just you know a Lark that they have an idea that they're going to be the Marlboro Man on horseback and and make some money any way you look at it. It's kind of a scam. It's a scam for the taxpayers. It's a sort of social cultural scam because the way that these people have Over Western governments is overlooked the impacts that that tradition has had on native and indigenous communities and still has a native and indigenous communities It overlooks their contribution towards imperilling species. Wiping predators destroying waterways. And they're not really the heroes that the American myth would have would make them out to be so not maybe not exactly like a hobby but like chess pieces on a board of politics and control and and really an outsized influence to the you know degree that these people represent in a general population situation. They're very very very small percentage but with such a voice we gotta yeah. I mean it's they. They are of minor part of the West. But they have a big influence in rural places and That's one of the things that I work to try to do. Is to really make it. Make people understand. Public wins are valuable to all of us whether we go there or not because of their contributions to watersheds air quality. Wildlife Habitat Border Connectivity among for Migration we need these places and we need them not to be trashed. The problem with the land is a very often. There's so badly managed that nobody wants to recreate there anyway. And so they right people right off the alarm lands and go to National Park Service or national forest to hike. But you know look around and you see if bill inlands have just as much diversity and potential As anywhere and they're mostly desert landscape so they're really interesting. Desert ecosystems with cool things happening and you know Arad aired adopted plants and animals and I just wish that more people were invested in seeing these places thrive instead of seeing those places where they might might be able to make a buck so it stands to reason that that if someone's felt their grazing operation was endanger in any way they're not freaking out necessarily about their cattle operation. They're freaking out more about the loss of their potential their power to go to DC and complain about city slickers asking for government handouts when they probably flew there on a government handout and every single bit of their operations supported by government handouts the giant irony of grazing in the West right And the things that I think. It's a loss of power that they would fear the most. If so if I bring that up just so that the other activists listening really know what we're up against like. They're not just the really about the money. It's about power and influence and think about that. The next time you go to a public these guys get very very red in the face. That's what they're fearing to lose. That's right yeah. I believe that's true. I think that they fear Change because they have held onto the West They've had as sort of you know. White supremacy world view that has claimed these lands for one hundred fifty years and they don't want they don't WanNa share. They want to be in control of them. They WanNA maintain their custom and culture of being the powerful people in the West and shifting around. Some you know the more. We understand the more Diversity you know moving into our western city. The bigger the recreation industry grows the more people understand about climate change and climb on it Sinks Carbon Sinks. And how important these public lands are for for our whole planetary health the less power that those people have.

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"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

Rewilding Earth

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

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"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

Rewilding Earth

16:28 min | 6 months ago

"earth" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

"We've had this living green engine that has produced everything that life needs. And right now we're going into the engine or just removing one part here one part there one part there and we remove apart and everything seems to be fine and so we keep doing it but one day you wake up and you find that the functionality of those incredibly essential systems is is no longer there who came up with the idea of half. Where's the science behind fifty percent? Hey So let me just acknowledge that. I think that there's been a lot of Indigenous groups and indigenous peoples who have for decades and centuries been essentially talking about this holistic idea that we call nature needs half. But is this idea that we are embedded in a web of life. We have to act with respect and reciprocity toward nature. Nature has needs. We aren't just the ones with knee. Nature has needs and we have to live respectfully in that That that framework In terms of western science it really started in the nineteen seventies With the the the Odem they were the ones who first published research and it was. It wasn't it wasn't about the entire planet it was It was about Ecosystems in Florida I believe I may be wrong about that but They they basically observed that after about half and this berries by ecosystem by the way there are some ecosystems that are very fragile like the rainforest that require seventy five to eighty percent But there are other ecosystems like grasslands that maybe only need forty percent but but what what the owners of served is that after approximately half the ecosystem hit a tipping point where functionality began to decline precipitously and that ecological services from the ecosystem whether that's producing oxygen whether you know purifying water or preserving topsoil that those ecological services basically just began to evaporate after half Later on in the nineteen nineties it was read knows who really began to Research this and applied these conclusions at a planetary scale and began to Say you know it's not it's not just one ecosystem here and there it's the entire biosphere that this applies to because of these ecosystems are interconnected all of them serve each other whether their neighbors or from a distance in in different ways migrating species genetic flow climates rainfall. All of these systems are interconnected and so we have to start thinking about this sort of planetary level in two thousand nine at the Ninth World Wilderness Congress and Meriden Mexico Harvey Locke and Vance Martin and Cyril Cormo of the Wild Foundation launched. The nature needs half network for the first time and the goal of this was to essentially get people in conservation talking about this idea and prioritising the protection of half and I think it's Harvey Locke says that they just said what everybody was saying privately to each other but that many didn't feel comfortable or safe thing publicly and nature needs half. Was this agenda building activity that we're going to make a safe platform for people to come out and say this publicly and we're going to start agenda-setting and getting this on the conservation agenda and later on the Public Policy Agenda So we've been doing that for ten years and it's been very needed because initially we received from conservation leaders around the world and I mean we have some of these letters framed in our office but but what they were telling us is that of course. I agree with you privately but I would be crazy to come out in public support of this because I would be laughed at and you will be too and in the last ten years that's changed. We're no longer laughing about the idea of protecting half in fact. I think we're skram willing to figure out how we do it And E O Wilson in two thousand sixteen with his Book Earth. Really helped Move that forward on the agenda and so that's kind of the evolution of this idea. It getting to the level of prominent that it is at now you know win coalition start to form around anything. It makes me feel better because I feel like resources are being used better that leverage of of synergies between organizations. There's not a Lotta waste there because they're no longer in isolation and I think it came to a head for me when I started looking at you guys and seeing the coalition that was forming their around this because as we talk about umbrella species keystone species. And we're talking about reloading connectivity projects giant projects small projects. We talk about those for read and Michael soulet informant and everybody would talk about those so that we could organize around something and we are heads. Wouldn't pop off because those species were meant to represent everything that falls under the umbrella and it was an organizing factor. And I'm starting to see and I have for years started to see you. Guys as a an organizing factor of the organizers and organizing factor of the organizations in this big total voice and it's been incredibly refreshing as I said before I refer back to it to get my energy back up about all of this so that it doesn't feel like it's just a million little battles and there's really no line drawn. There's no frontline it's just. It's all the lines and it can feel overwhelming to conservationists. Well thank you for saying that and I can totally relate to the the overwhelming When I'm meeting New People and they're like what do you do and I'm like well. I work on an international team. That's trying to protect the planet and in ten years It can be a little overwhelming. But but but here's a let me let me make a comparison here back in the early nineteen sixties. Jfk and you know the cold height of the Cold War. Everyone's worried about everyone else nuking each other etc and JFK comes out and he says we're going to go to the moon in ten years we're going to do what's never been done before. And we'RE GONNA. We're GONNA beat the Soviets to the moon and because he said that and because he made his objective society began to mobilize all the different industries and technologies and support staff that would be needed and the the innovation that would be needed to reach. What in the early nineteen sixties wasn't impossibility. No one could go to the moon in the early nineteen sixties but because that became the goal by the end of that decade there. Was the technology needed to do it. And it's the same thing with training tough to imagine in this. This is a porn allergy for a lot of different reasons but it should have the same kind of emotional urgency that we this is the new Cold War that the the struggle that we're engaging in right now which is really a struggle within ourselves about. Can we live respectful respectfully and sustainably on this planet as a species and individuals? That's the new Cold War and it's urgent and.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hello there and welcome to the Earth Rangers podcast Rangers and let's not here right now so I guess I'll be today so Oh sorry oh my Gosh Hi Emily I had a rough landing on my flight back from aw and I had to check BESSE's landing Gearan hate Steve What are you doing here why is it recording light on on the podcast station Oh I was just filling in for you because I thought your thank you thank you okay that's okay. I got okay okay okay fine all right. I'll see you later bye listeners blow listeners and welcome to Earth Rangers podcast I'm Ruth Ranger Emma its one and only hopes no no no your favorite animal and wildlife report Earth Ranger now where was I been traveling so much lately but I finally home and now it's time to start cataloging collection of sound recording I I've been to so many places on this big beautiful earth like a check this out this is from the the National Park when I went to Tanzania to learn all about Cheetahs he knew that he's chirping noises right okay and here's when I traveled all the way north of the Arctic Ocean and the Sensational Song of the Beluga Whale Sorry Bit Wendy that day but listen to what happens when the Mike dips down below the wakes amazing right now I'm back home you know even though I've been to so many exciting places on earth and I've seen some pretty amazing creatures I have to admit I really don't need to travel far to see super cool animals I can just look outside don't believe me think about it there are lots of animals that live near people in the suburbs and even in the city just close your eyes and remember what kind of animals you may have seen throughout this year there's tiny Birt's.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Everyone Christine from Jersey Media and I'm here to tell you today about A._B._C.. Mouse the online learning resource for kids ages two eight. Both my kids absolutely love it A._B._C.. Mouse is a step by step learning path were kids can earn rewards while exploring over eight hundred fifty lessons and more than nine thousand learning activities games books songs and puzzles. It's kids safe. No advertising pop up ads or links to other sites A._B._C.. Mouse is the number one learning program for younger kids ages two eight in language arts math science social studies art and more Goto A._B._C. mouse dot com slash earth to get your first two months for five dollars. I think that's A._B._C.. MOUSE DOT COM slash E. A. R. T. H.. Mike His love it and I know yours. We'll hear the rangers. Juice which Classic Children's book do you remember reading introducing remember reading a family podcast from harpercollins about classic children's books for the kids who discover them and the adults that remember them on the show. You'll you'll hear fascinating behind the scene stories that lead to the publications of such classics like Charlotte's Web a series of unfortunate events bridge to tear boothia and more. It's a storytelling podcast but talks with kids authors an editor's it has samples of the audiobooks and even old archived interviews the podcast explores the timeless books we loved his kids and remembered long into adulthood. Find the remember reading podcast. Wherever you listen to podcasts nice to learn more visit remember reading Dot Com and follow at reading on twitter? <music> Hi everyone earth raid you actually this is just a recording because I am on vacation this week so unfortunately that means that there will not be a new episode today but I choice give you a quick update on our best job of contests as you know. The contest is now closed and all of the submissions are in so let me take this opportunity to give a huge shadow to everybody. Send in a joke over the last a few months. You guys are so awesome hilarious. I really can't wait to find out who takes on the grand. Prize as a matter of fact here is your fourth batch of contenders are I joke comes. All all the way from England Heller Zafran <hes> I'm living in gallon of credit on the mood jerked day why all computers than cats are related. Waited because they both like nice one. Let's go to joke number two hi. My name is Owen in years my joke. What do you call a pig that knows karate park high good? One Owen and here is the final joke for today. Hello my name is Laurie. I'm from Australia and my jerk kids. What do you do if you find cheese sandwich in the jungle put under guerrilla under a guerilla? These Australian jokes are killing me. Oh good now this news you know the drill. It's up to you to vote for your favorites and send them to the finals. Just click on the link in the show notes or go to Earth Rangers dot com slash podcast. CAST cast your vote so since this is an extra short episode and you'll have some extra time on your hands. Can I ask you a huge favor. There are a few things you can do to help the Earth Rangers podcast to reach even more kids across the world. The easiest thing to do is write us with five stars in your podcast APP. Just go ahead and do it right now. You can even write a short review. I read every single one of them and they really really make my day then. I need you to go and tell a friend about the show. Tell your school buddies your relatives soccer teammates anyone you can think of word of mouth is one of the best ways for kids to find out about the podcast and protect you click on the dot dot dot in the bottom right corner of apple podcasts. You can click on share episode in text or male this very episode to your friends. Actually maybe send them your favorite episode instead since today's just a bunch of Chitchat without all the usual. Usual animal goodness and if you want to take it one step further you can go to Earth Rangers Dot Com and sign up to become an official Earth Ranger it will allow you to create your own Avatar and start your animal saving journey by completing Earth Rangers Missions Operation Conservation or Scavenger Hunt showdown. It's completely free and we'll even send you a membership card in the mail with your name on it I mean what are you waiting for well. That's that's all from me for today. If you just can't wait till the next episode what did you go back and listen to some of our episodes from season one remember that time when I went to the South Pole to find out all about penguins or the time I got to help release a rehabilitated black bear into the wild <music> well a fee again next time when we'll travel over sixty six million years back in time to find out what kind of animals roamed the earth in the message Zoellick era that's right. I'm ongoing old Jurassic Park on that one well until then enjoy the summer and keep ranges brings.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Here Rangers earth ranger, Emma here employed, you I have a treat for you today. We're going to present an episode from our friends at the tumble podcast. It's all about bats tumble podcast is a science podcast for kids. And every episode tells a fascinating story of science and discovery if you're looking for great podcasts, the whole family can enjoy track tumble. We think both parents and kids guaranteed to learn something, new smart and fun. And personally, I'm a huge fan. So without further ado, here's the episode. Hi, I'm Lindsay and our Marshall. Welcome to tumble the show where we explore stories of science discovery today. We're headed to the bat cave. You mean the place where Batman and Robin? Hang out waiting for calls about crimes and Gotham city. No, it's way cooler than that. We're going on a field trip to the biggest back Coney in the entire world where we'll meet a bat biologist and find out how bats learn to be bad. One morning this summer. I got up to watch the sunrise on an old ranch outside of San Antonio, Texas. But there was one element of the sunrise. You can't see or hear anywhere else in the world. That sound is wind passing over millions of bat wings. So this is the beginning of when the bat start to rain down in the morning. That's real life bat women's lash bet biologist Jessica dryer, I met her around six AM near the entrance to Bracken cave, which is home to fifteen million Mexican free tailed, bats fifteen million bats. Yeah. It's the largest concentration of mammals on the planet when you are standing by the cave, and you look up into the sky pretty much as far as you can see upwards. You'll just see these little dots appear out of the sky, and they'll just drop straight down. And they've been clocked at about forty miles an hour dropping into the cave. And so I mean, literally, thousands of bats will be raining down over you coming back into the cave, and it is one of the most cool otherworldly experiences. You'll ever. Have. It was like being in some sort of secret bat world, but what made it even more special was that this huge cloud of bats was made up only of mothers and their babies too. Big moms group. So we're approaching that point right now or the sun is starting to rise and more bats are starting to come in from a night of feeding are we going to get pooped on? Yeah. Yeah. If you're standing close enough to the cave. Yes. You will get some rain some urine rain and some poop landing on your head. Hope you brought your bat raincoat or should I say hoop coat? I actually don't have one. This is so incredibly amazing where else can you see this kind of thing not many places in the world. And you know, it doesn't seem to matter. How many times you've seen it at always blows your mind? Jessica seen it a lot all summer. She's been camping outside the cave in every night. She's up between two AM and nine AM catching bats. And that's what I've come to see wait. We catching bats dislike grabbing them out of the air like. How and why let's talk about why? The point of this whole project that I'm working on is to figure out. What's the transition? Looks like when a baby bat goes from drinking only its mother's milk to learning how to catch its own bugs. And then finally feeding itself entirely on books that catches itself. In other words, she's trying to figure out how that babies get weaned from their mommies. That's something we do is human babies, except you know, we don't start eating bugs. It's usually fruit or something avocado. Yeah. But so well, this is a delightful time for humans to spread you know, food all over their faces. This is actually one of the most difficult times in a young bats life. So you're a young bat, you're still growing you're trying to figure out how to fly how to echo locate. How to catch bugs all of this is happening at the same time, and your milk supplies that you're getting fed are decreasing. And so you are expending a ton of energy trying to learn how to be about. And you're the energy. That's coming in is decreasing. So Jessica's goal is to figure out how that process actually works and to do that she has to catch a lot of bats. So we're approaching the mouth of the cave right now. It's a quick hike from the viewing area where I met Jessica to the bat catching spot, and we really just stand right in front of the opening of the cave right in the. Middle because the bats when they're dropping down into the cave from the sky, they sort of aim for the the middle top of the cave. And so that's where the most bats, aren't it gives us our best chance of catching them. So I'm with my technician his name is Harry, and he has the butterfly net. And so he's just going to go ahead and stick the butterfly in that straight up into the air, and he doesn't even have to move. It catch bats with a butterfly net. Like, there's not a special baton at the bat just this circle floating in the air in the fly right into it already caught about and it's been about a split second that he's had the net in the air. So he just reaches end with his hand. And he's wearing a baseball glove or a golf glove. It's just a thin leather gloves to protect himself from that bites. And you might have heard that on the Mike. He just drops the bat into one of the little paper bags that. I'm holding open for him. And so I fully the paper bag over a close it up with clothes pin. And I write the time of capture on the bag. And so it is six fifty two. So there are bad bags. Can you get those at target? You actually can they're like regular Brown paper lunch bags the kind. You would bring the school. And then here's the thing after they catch the bats, the put them in a little cooler. This one's for launch. This one's for the bats. Yeah. There's no ace. It's just to carry the bads. He's already got. He just dropped the second bat into the bag six fifty three. So he's got the nut back up in the air. And he's already caught a third bat. So as I watched from about fifty yards away. I could see Jessica in Harriet standing in the swarm of bats raising and lowering the net like they're picking apples or something. All right. So we have ten bats. So we are just gonna go ahead and carry are cooler with our bags full of bats backup to the top of the sinkhole. So that we can work on our data collection. The data collection is the time consuming part to do that we walked back with the cooler too small clearing where there's a little outdoor lab that would just we have this table set up with all of our equipment on it. And this is where we process the bats. So what exactly does it mean to process a bad like they have to fill out a form and make sure they get their social security number, right? No. It means that they're going to go through a series of steps. To collect information about each bat. It starts with Harry weighing them while they're still inside the lunch bag. So once he's done. I just. Ahead and pull out the bat.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hi, guys earth ranger Laura here, just before we get started, April is earth months, and here earth Rangers earth Mont is for the animals, especially the big majestic ones like orcas and polar bears, right wrong. This year. It's time to stand up for the little guys. So right now when you fundraise for bring back the wild campaign, you'll also be helping to protect adorable little prairie animals like the black tailed prairie dog and the burrowing owl. Go to earth. Rangers dot com slash earth months. And check out the cool bonus rewards that you can earn. Thanks so much. Enjoy the show. Hello and welcome to the earth. Rangers podcast. I'm earned free to Emma Olsen born, June and earth Rangers. Lever? Simply become a poli go. That's a person who speaks a lot of languages. Was today's episode is all about the different ways animals communicate some news tuck, some use visuals some new sound and found even you sent or chemicals. Do tell other animals, and humans what there's been key? Like, take my old feline friends or scratch, your I was watching him run around after his toy mouse, and I couldn't help. But wonder what he was thinking. He couldn't tell me, and I couldn't really ask mostly because I can't speak cat Flint times, though. I do understand what she is saying. Like, for instance, when he rubs up against my legs when we're in the kitchen that means or when he jumped onto my lap and nestles my hand that means pet me when he is the hairbrush that means don't even think about it. And when he says. That means I love you so much. You're the light of my life. Okay. Maybe not that last one. But I do understand scratch. One's body language. The we uses touch and some of the sounds. He makes so we are communicating. What are some of the ways your pets? Let you know what they're thinking looks like it's time to investigate animal investigations resigation squad. Let's back to Laura public school and asked him brilliant earth Rangers how they think animals can communicate with us and with each other. So I I was thinking maybe they make a movement will dogs way. Pales hail. Well animals can also kind of dues display that can be type of communication. Duck calling. And so they also use like noise is to communicate my dog can ring bells at the back door if she has to go to the washroom. A kitty rubbing, you means that that you're their friend. Yep. When I'm away. It's the Bing sim buddy else. My dog howls because he misses me and my brother. Good stuff. There are lots of ways animals can communicate with us. And with each other vocal communication is often. The first kind that comes to mind you've already heard a lot of animal calls on the earth Rangers podcast in the past. And you have gotten really good at guessing them. But this time I have got a real stumper for you. Check it out. And. Listen up earth Rangers. We're going to play a sound clip of this very talented creature, and you'll have to guess which animal it is at the end of the episode all reveal this impersonators identity ready here, we go. Yes. I am. Not even kidding. We're trying to trick. You I promise an actual animal made those noises. Stay tuned to find out who it was. Earth rangers. Let's look a little more closely at how animals communicate there are four ways. Through sound like a wolf's howl, touch like babboons, grooming. Each other to help with bonding visuals the way of peacock proudly displays its tail to cast a mate and chemicals or sent like when ants Crete firm on trails to follow each other and some animals like the elephant use all four methods of communication. Okay. Your eyes and imagine urine elephant margin across the Namibian savannah with a little baby elephant, you're walking your heard feeling the warm sun on your back. Secondly, out of the corner of your eye you approaching your calf you need to and get that line to leave your baby alone. What do you do you rumble loudly? Scare the lion bits. And if that doesn't work you sound the alarm and call you heard over to surround your baby. You've

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"We have learned a ton about birds today earth Rangers. And since you're basically just now, I know you're going to want to be involved in the four the birds mission for more information about that. Let's check in with captain conservation. Earth rangers. This is captain conservation coming to you with a special assignment your mission today is for the birds to complete this mission. You will build a homemade bird feeder for our feathery friends, then use a Hindi trucking sheet to take note of who visits your feeder. And don't forget to take the bird quiz. Can you get all ten questions? Right. After today's podcast. I'm sure you ace it. So what are you waiting for time to your mission? Thanks, captain. Okay. It's TIME TO REVEAL the answer to our true or false question. True. Ostriches bury their heads in the sand. Quick. What do you say true or false? And the answer is both. But he kind of looks that way why because ostriches make their nests in the sand, and they need it turn their execute times a day. So if you saw an ostrich turning their eggs, it will look like they were burying their heads in the sand. But they're totally not rats. Looks like cartoons were wrong again. I don't know about you. But I've learned a ton today. Join me next time when we try to figure out how animals communicate and maybe even learn how to speak elephants. No, elephantine elephants. And don't forget to submit your great Hannibal jokes. I can't wait to hear them. For now, I'm going to fly home to check out what's going on at my bird. Feeder thanks for listening and keep on ranging. Best robot ever dot com.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Pay their Rangers its earth ranger, Emma gear. Okay. The other day when I was out in the field searching fascinating stories for the new season. I'd bumped into a friend of mine safari guide Lawrence from the animal sound safari podcast. He was trying to catch a fish with his bare hands. It didn't really work out Lawrence and his team are podcast friends from Australia. And I think you really like their show animal. Sounds far is all about the weird and wacky stories. We humans have with animals around the world like Roosters saving lives in Portugal or camel, beauty queens in the Middle East. You know, what I think we should take a listen to my favorite episode. It's a story of yet poobah writing warrior, mice in Tibet Google is that all right Lawrence take it away. This is an ABC putt cost. Welcome to animals, sound safari. I'm you'll safari guide Lawrence. It's very mice to meet you, eat safari might take you to a different part of the world to me. A special animal today will be scurrying off to catch up with a quota on your social. And how do we get well in this? Are logical safari Mabille. It's only like the coolest Mabille on the planet. But I did notice it was looking a little ready. So I decided to clean it off a bit. And now it's squeaky-clean today way going to meet a rodent that loves to run up corks and play hide in squeak. Can you guess who it is? It's the mouse. So I've seen my scarring around here and there, but I've never actually had a pet mouse before have you? But I want to know what you already know about this little critter. Myself, quiet smart. And I think mice achie- key and disgusting whenever you see. It's just a blur. And then it goes between you couches and stuff, and you can't see it in my new house to every single time when we move into this like a lot of mice. And then there's some dead. My sometimes disgusting. They can do all the tricks that have tiny legs the ability small, so they can do going to slow spaces. I've been at say Delic disgust noodle. Something good. I wouldn't say they're like fifty and Ida full. Some interesting observations there. Now, let's see what Laura out animal expert has found out. Lawrence debase learns to base. This is Laura I've been here ratting around for facts. You'll jokes are really cheesy today. Laura, actually, I've been spending some time here at base and thinking about mice when it comes to mice us people just concierge to make up L minds OB I pissed all the world's cutest companions. Do. We love them. Like Mickey Mouse. Do they make a scream when they run along the floor. The answer is we feel all of these things about mice. At once this tiny little scarring squeaking ferry animal has had a big effect on him big affect on humans. How what do you mean? I mean, one mouse stealing out cheese. Okay. But when it becomes millions of little mice who become a plague. It's terrifying. These mice can eight their way. Through everything crops and even 'cause talk about a mouse attack. Yeah. These little creed is do have a lot of strength in numbers. This also a long history of mass love in Japan, for example, people kept fancy mice. These were house must that had been dimissed decayed as picks. So your saying that some people think there are too many mice and others want to make more mice. I'm way too confused as little animals have us running a rounding circle. I guess we'll have to make up our own minds on today's safari, then I guess you will speak soon Lawrence over and out. Over and out Laura today where heading to one of the highest spots on the planet to meet our small theory friends where going to two bets. It's in Asia. And it is so beautiful lots of very high mountains. Oh, wait. I just remembered a joke, which is so relevant right now. Ready? What kind of car does a mouse drive? It drives a minivan. You get like a mini van like a small van. Such a joke. The magical Safai Mabille is the opposite of a mouse minivan, though, I mean web big with us where loud and where going come on Hoppy in.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hello and welcome to the earth. Rangers podcasts. Earth rangers. Earth ranger, and I'm bringing you back into the wild world of animal in nature facts. This the last episode and starting in February we'll be back in both wing. Today show. We are going to start off with a little quiz called. Your fake? What big spot the fake, which of these is not a real species? A the her ho was be the BAA hoagie snail, St. the sponge of forma square Penske mushroom or d the Ursus Winnie Pusa spare. Wow. Species names, can sometimes be a mouthful and Latin was never really my strong suit. But all of these sewn made up to me. Well, I guess we'll find out who the impostor is at the end of the episode. Gers? I can't believe we already done one whole season. Plus a whole series of bonus episodes time flies when you're traveling the globe in search of the coolest stories in wacky Sfax. But the most interesting animals on the planet who knew it's been such a blast. But I have to say my favorite part of being your fearless podcast leader has been chatting with you. And hearing all of your stories and questions, and of course, hilarious jokes. You always kept me on my toes, and I learned so much on my brave and noble pursuit defined all your answers. Sure. Sometimes I got a little more than I bargained for that trip to an article episode one was a doozy. New. The south pole was Cole. But it was always so worth it. Now, let's have a look. Yeah. I. Got through most of your questions. But I I say one question for last. Let's take a listen. Message one. Hire fringers. This is Jan and calling from on and Panata. I love your logo the picture of your podcast with you animals. It's very nice. But I know the Faulk, and I know that there, but I don't know which type the bird is with species. It is. My dad Finks to Turkey. But I don't know. So can you please tell me by? Great question earth, ranger Degen. You've gotta keanae, and I am so glad you asked because that is actually let favorite bird ever. Does. Anyone have any guesses? It's definitely not a Turkey. Here's a hint think of the name for a person that helps handled paperwork and keeps things organized. What's that person called and no mom and dad bird is not the correct answer? Although they certainly deserve a shout out for all their hard work. You guys moms and dads. Okay. But any other guesses? Is a secretary bird. I would have also accepted office administrator bird as a correct answer. Despite what is your name might have you believe this doesn't actually file papers make appointments or do any of the other things secretaries. Do can imagine. There's a huge demand for that on the planes of the Seren jetty. Can I offer you some help streamlining off as? So then why is it called a secretary bird one hypothesis is that it was named for the long feathers on its head that looked like Wilkins another is that it comes from the word secretary meaning hunter bird. These birds are found across most of Africa where they make their homes in grasslands and savannahs they have long legs with some birds standing over tall and a wing span of over six feet. They're black and gray feathers along white tail might sound plane, but this anything by they have piercing raptor is and crest feathers on their head that looks like a sweet mohawk, and as they get older they develop featherless patch of bright, orange yellow skin right behind their beak pretty fancy if you ask me, although they look more like a majestic crane minute skilled hunter secretary birds are actually birds of prey like hawks and falcons they feed on all sorts of creatures like bugs mice and even smaller birds. But there's item on their menu that they favor more than any other snakes. Even Benham is ones like the deadly Mamba. We'll spare you all the gory details, but you can think of their hunting style is part. Still bomber part tap dancer mixed in with a little. Match.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hello and welcome to the earth. Rangers podcast. I three hundred Emma, and I haven't even read ably adorable animals story for you today. Earth rangers. Before we get to our main topic. I want to introduce a brand new quiz Saguenay. It's called true or false. And I think it's name pretty much rid cell. Here's the jingle. True or false, Paul. Okay. Here is your question for today. True or false camels store water in their humps. We knew the Campbell's have big humps on their back that drain camels have to and dromedaries have one. But did they use them to store water? What do you think quick true or false? And the answer. No, they do not. The actually store fat in their homes not water. And while these hums might not Quinta. Campbell's thirst, they're still really useful that that they strip provides the same amount of energy as three weeks worth of food, which come in pretty handy in a desert habitat without much to eat, in fact, as Campbell's go longer and longer without food and use more and more of the fat, their humps, actually shrink isn't that? Interesting. Did you get it? Right. Let's do another one of these at the end of the episode. Earth rangers. You know, winters one of my most favorite times of the year when it's cold outside. Fires a crackling inside definitely gives me a serious case of the warm fuzzies, speaking of warm fuzzies that reminds me I heard the most amazing story the other day and it seriously melted, my heart. You guys wanna hear it? Christian. Of course, you do comes snuggle up with a mug of hot chocolate and prepare for cuteness overload. Our story begins off the coast of northern Quebec. Where researchers were studying a pot of beautiful beluga whales to see how they are being affected by all of the ships passing through their waters. The pod was spotted swimming around in playing with each other having a whale of a time and every look normal until a keen researcher noticed something peculiar one of the whales. Different wasn't as white is friends, and it looked like he had something funny. Growing out of the brunt of his head was this a new species of beluga closely linked to the mysterious and magical unicorn were these Wales evolving into some sort of deep-sea mutants with an amazing ability to play ring toss what was this mystery creature? Researchers continued to track the pot and the eventually realized that this new beluga wasn't a beluga at all it wasn't normal. What in the world was an Arctic mammal doing this bar south with a bunch of beluga, buddy. Best guess is that his nor wall somehow got separated from its family. So it must have pulled Dory. And just kept swimming and swimming in swimming until finally came across a pot of belugas who took him in like one of their own. But the story doesn't end there. Scientists continued to track the whales, and as of this recording the naral has been part of their group for three years now they swim together play together and the narwhal was even spotted blowing bubbles to playfully imitate, his beluga friends. Scientists expert opinion say this is a great example of compassion and openness, can my expert opinion says this is pretty adorable. Thanks for sending in your best animal jokes, by the way. I've had some really good laughs already. I'm gonna keep collecting your submissions until we hit season to an until then here's another one of mine. Why don't you ever see hippos hiding in trees? Really good at it. Okay. Okay. Okay. Fine. I'm still working on finding the best animal job of all time. Don't forget to send me yours. Just go to earth. Rangers dot com slash podcast and click on the green button with the megaphone and leave us a boy Smale.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hey, it's Chris. Daria from jersey media. This episode is sponsored by welcome to Tinseltown. If you like Christmas movies like the Grinch Rudolph and frozen you're gonna love the fantastic new holiday podcast welcomed Tinseltown. Welcome to Tinseltown. Follows the lovable Holly as she's transported to the magical realm of Tinseltown before it's Christmas every day. Now, she must navigate a world of talking candy canes, ice, skating, yetis, polar, bear, queens and more to get back. Home all seven episodes are available now. Subscribe to welcome to Tinseltown for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. Jump into the Christmas season with welcome to Tinseltown. Hello and welcome to earth. Rangers podcasts. I'm earth ranger, Emma. And today, I have a super special treat for you a few weeks ago. I had the chance to be on an episode of circle round along with some of my fellow earth. Rangers circle round is an amazing kids podcast that tells folktales from all around the world adapted for today's family. I think you're really gonna love it. So without further ado, I'll hand you off to my friend. Rebecca, he's going to tell you the story of turtle island. Produced by the island at WB. You are Boston. Have you ever felt small? Maybe you weren't tall enough to go on a ride at the amusement park or you wanted to play with the older kids. But they said you were too little in today's story. We'll meet an animal who knows exactly how you feel and she sets out to prove that sometimes the tiniest among us can be the most powerful of all. Rebecca share and welcome to circle round. We're storytime happens. All the time. Today. Our story is called turtle island. It comes from the folklore of the jib wake group of the first nations people of Canada. We developed this episode with our Canadian friends at the earth Rangers podcast, and you'll hear some of their voices, including Leigh Lawson also known as earth ranger, Emma. They'll also here right chase, Rebecca Galarza and Suzie McGrath three voices from another of our fellow kid casts. The puny by Kobe Bryant. So circle round everyone for turtle island. Long long ago. The great spirit known as kitschy Manitou was watching over all the people of the earth. But the ruler of the world was not happy with what he saw. No one was getting along the treated one another so poorly. They argued about who owned what that's my fish. Are you kidding? That was my fish trap. They insulted each other. You're the slowest person I've ever seen. No, your the slowest person I've ever seen. You are. No, you are as they gossiped. Like there was no tomorrow. Can you believe how selfish us he hunted all afternoon on someone else's hunting grounds? Then brought everything back to the village and shared it with his family as if he'd cut it on his own land. It was chaos kitschy Manitou had a strong helper named Thunderbird one day. The great spirit told Thunderbird. Heard. It was time to start over to cleanse the earth and get rid of all this bad energy. But kitschy Manitou wanted those who were good or at least trying to be good to be saved. Thunderbird? Do me this favor lift you'll wings and take flight? Give a tap to all those who are are Moni, and peaceful and tell them to get ready for a big flood urge them to build rafts and boats and prepare to swim one week from today, the great brains will begin to fall so Thunderbird did as she was told a week later. Sure enough, the rains began to fall and fall and fall. Soon. The land was flooded. The people saved by Thunderbirds warnings stayed in their boats and on their rafts once the rain stopped a group of animals climbed up onto a single log in the middle of the water. There was a venturous otter wets up folks that was some rain eager beaver. Sure was what a close one scrappy muskrat. Thank goodness we all survived and wise, turtle who had received some valuable advice from Thunderbird before the flood. Listen if we were. Now that we have made it through the flood. There is one way we can build on that. And. End Thunderbirds says only need is a handful of earth from the bottom of this water that should help us get things going again turtle lifted her wrinkled legs one by one with these stubby legs. It would take me forever to peddle the way down and back again. So I wonder could any of you swim to the bottom grab some of the below and Benito up to this is. I can't utter always raised her hand. I she loved a good challenge, a usual. Ulta. We don't even know how deep this wall to is. Oh, I've got this. I'll be back before you can save two. Shakes of an otter tail author lifted her paw and gave the other animals a high five then she leapt off the log and dove into the water with a splash beaver turtle and muskrat watched otter swim deeper and deeper soon her slender furry body had disappeared completely minutes past then hours, then an entire day the animals were beside themselves with worry until. Well, the good news as I'm back. But the bad news is I couldn't find any earth, I dove again, and again and just never reached the bottom. I'm willing to try one more time, but I'll need to rest first turtle cocked her head to one side. Thank you for trying to. I'm sure I speak for everyone. When I say, I'm glad you're okay. But you need to rest. Let's give someone else a child's. Any takes me me me. Turtle nodded at beaver. Oh beaver. There's no doubt about it. You all a strong swimmer? I sure am. And looking for things is my middle name one leaves twigs unit. I can find it beaver was so excited he slapped his pedal of a tail on the log as it bobbed up and down in the water. He other animals grabbed on with their feet and claws. No, go, right. Me you go get it will do this busy beaver is about to save the world. And with that he flashed a big grin jumped from the log and landed in the water with a splash now as with otter beaver took his time two days later, he returned to the log. And when he did he was breathless and didn't check did. I'm so sorry friends. But I couldn't find any dirt. I must've done dozens of times. But I couldn't find the bottom of the water. Sheesh. How could it be anyway? Turtle gave beaver a smile be. I'm so relieved your who. Right. I don't know how much longer this. Love can keep us afloat move. How much longer the people can live on their offs? And in that bodes not to mention the bugs who have no place to land. We need to figure out something. The group was silent for a moment as they punctured their potential fate. Then suddenly well little muskrat piped up. Maybe I can try muskrat looked at her fellow creatures with hopeful is, but what was she met with? Laughter. In fact, otter and beaver were giggling and snickering heart. They could barely stay on the lawn. That's a good one month. Sure is have you noticed how puny? There's no way you can make it to the bottom of this water. But there was one animal who didn't laugh at muskrats proposal. Instead turtle looked muskrat straight in the eye and smiled musk despite what the other say. I believe you could do this beaver and otter were stunned into silence had turtle lost her mind. But not a second later puny little muskrat took a deep breath and down down down she dove to find some earth.

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"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"earth" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hello and welcome to earth Rangers podcast. I refrain Emily. Earth rangers. Earth Rangers love animals and take action to protect them. And we also love talking about nature and wildlife. What's the fastest animal in the world. What's a baby king group called our their dogs that can climb trees do butterflies like to eat butter. These kinds of questions fascinates and together we're gonna find the managers today. We'll start our quest for animal knowledge by investigating the largest land welling carnivore and will also meet a bird that has flippers instead of wings. But first it's time to play, who am I animal guessing game. Here's how it works. We're gonna play sound and you'll have to guess what animal that sound belongs to listen closely. And at the end of this episode, you'll find out if you were right ready. Here we go. Okay. I think I have an idea. We'll play it again for you in a little while, but now it's time for. Okay, close your eyes. And let me take you on a journey to the south pole. The production value on this podcast is amazing. I can feel the Antarctic killed the wind. Today we're talking Bill. Now penguins aren't there average Burke, they have wings, but rather than flying, they use them for swimming. In fact, their wings are basically flippers. This makes them great swimmers, especially when diving underwater. The fastest species the gen two penguin can reach speeds of up to thirty five kilometers per hour. That's about as fast as you going downhill on your bike at top speed. Emperor penguins are the tallest species standing nearly four feet tall. The smallest is the little blue penguin which is about sixteen inches. Wow, they were so cute. I wish you could see them. Actually, you can. You can find some adorable pictures as well as all the other pictures and videos from this episode at earth Rangers dot com. Slash podcast. Own all. There are seventeen species of penguins, and they can only be found in the southern hemisphere around the south pole. That means even though they share similar tastes when it comes to climate penguins and polar bears, literally live on opposite ends of the world from each other, which is funny because that kind of brings me to our next segment. Animal investigations on animal investigations. All right. So a couple of weeks back, we got this phone call here at the earth Rangers headquarters. Let me see. Oh yes. Here. Message. One. Hi, this is earth reinjured lawn eight years older than you guys came to school a few weeks ago. I was wondering if you could tell me why pull the has white for you guys know that cash stuff. Right. Okay. Very by. Polar bear for? Well, I mean, yeah. I mean, I totally know that kind of stuff. I'm just not one hundred percent. You know what? I'll just take my microphone and see who can answer this question around here. Bill, what do you think polar bears are? White has something to do with the snow. No. But I mean, what happens if the jump in the water? Did they turn blue. Christina. Do you think you can help me out? I'm trying to solve a mystery. Do you know why polar bears are white fire polar bears fight? No, I was asking you. I don't know. He, Lisa do you. Polar bears have white coats whether for white is actually clear and their skin is black. What black that didn't really help. I'm even more confused maybe a lesson of our earth Rangers members instead.

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