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02:51 min | 3 months ago

"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on KCRW

"And I'm just humbled beyond belief to be a small part of that was Brian McConnell, speaking with his wife, Nora in Atlanta, and their interview is archived with the rest of the story Core collection. At the U. S. Library of Congress. You're listening to weekend edition. From NPR news. Olivia's presidential election is tomorrow on the atmosphere surrounding it may sound familiar fears of voter fraud, worries about violence and a deeply polarized country. As NPR's Philip Reefs reports. Lender. Yannis is getting ready for Bolivia's election day in the same way you prepare for an earthquake. She's stocking up. Ah, Rose can tell their soul guard. She says. She's bought lots of rice and sugar and plans to slaughter a cow to feed her three kids in case the shops ran out of meat. Yannis is in Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Talking to NPR from a gas station. She's lining up to buy emergency fuel supplies. Just in case there's violence and everything shuts down. People are desperate, says Yannis. They don't know what might happen in the next few days. Bolivians go to the polls tomorrow amid an unprecedented crisis, the pandemics causing havoc so our politics in my three decades of writing and studied Bolivia, I have never seen it. This polarized. Eduardo Gamarra is professor of politics at Florida International University in Miami. He's from Bolivia and believes the countries at a crossroads, its really going through a major transition to either a more stable Bolivia or an incredibly incredible Unstable set of years to come tomorrow says if the first round is tight, and there are allegations of fraud, it could be very dangerous, very, very dangerous because it's in fact, a repetition of last year's scenario he's talking about last November. That's when evil Morales was driven from power after 14 years. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president, a Socialist admired by leftists worldwide. He stepped down amid mass protests triggered by US supported allegations that he rigged last year's election. Morales was replaced by an unelected interim president, Jenny Anya's Ah, hardline conservative Christian Morale is his supporters took to the streets, accusing her of a coup. Anya's crackdown. 23 people were killed after government security forces fired.

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Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

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02:13 min | 3 months ago

Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

"Olivia's presidential election is tomorrow on the atmosphere surrounding it may sound familiar fears of voter fraud, worries about violence and a deeply polarized country. As NPR's Philip Reefs reports. Lender. Yannis is getting ready for Bolivia's election day in the same way you prepare for an earthquake. She's stocking up. Ah, Rose can tell their soul guard. She says. She's bought lots of rice and sugar and plans to slaughter a cow to feed her three kids in case the shops ran out of meat. Yannis is in Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Talking to NPR from a gas station. She's lining up to buy emergency fuel supplies. Just in case there's violence and everything shuts down. People are desperate, says Yannis. They don't know what might happen in the next few days. Bolivians go to the polls tomorrow amid an unprecedented crisis, the pandemics causing havoc so our politics in my three decades of writing and studied Bolivia, I have never seen it. This polarized. Eduardo Gamarra is professor of politics at Florida International University in Miami. He's from Bolivia and believes the countries at a crossroads, its really going through a major transition to either a more stable Bolivia or an incredibly incredible Unstable set of years to come tomorrow says if the first round is tight, and there are allegations of fraud, it could be very dangerous, very, very dangerous because it's in fact, a repetition of last year's scenario he's talking about last November. That's when evil Morales was driven from power after 14 years. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president, a Socialist admired by leftists worldwide. He stepped down amid mass protests triggered by US supported allegations that he rigged last year's election. Morales was replaced by an unelected interim president, Jenny Anya's Ah, hardline conservative Christian Morale is his supporters took to the streets, accusing her of a coup. Anya's crackdown. 23 people were killed after government security forces

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"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Limited to 50% of no more than 100. People gather in one room, organized sports with fans are now okay known organized sports out of parks. Cannot be allowed up to 10 people. Broward Mayor Dale Holness is also loosening the restrictions on restaurants, allowing performers to return as long as they stay. At least 10 ft. From guest counters can now be used for sitting again. As long as alcohol isn't served at them. We have an election coming up. We have school opening. And we have to be prepared. Bars and clubs remain closed Aircraft REGUS news radio 6 10 w. Y. O D. And while in Miami this morning President Trump did not meet with one of these top candidates to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat on the Supreme Court, 52 year old Barbara Lagoa Cuban American judge on the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, is the first Hispanic woman to be nominated for the Florida Supreme Court. She graduated with honors from Florida International University before going on to Columbia Law School. One of her F I U professors Eduardo Gamarra, thanks logo, his name even being mentioned. Maybe more political Tio, who the Hispanic vote that anything else, All he could say was that she was from Miami was was a Hispanic right that qualified somebody for the Supreme Court president is expected to announce his Supreme Court pick sometime tomorrow. Blue Cross Blue Shield is reportedly agreeing to pay $2.7 billion to settle on antitrust lawsuit. The huge settlement will resolve claims that the insurance giants member companies conspired to boost prices and limit competition. Ideal still requires approval by the Blue Cross blue Shield associations, 36 member companies and a federal judge overseeing case in Birmingham, Alabama. Well, imagine a trip from Tampa to South Florida at 750 MPH. That's the pitch. Members of the regional Transportation Authority got today. Hyper Loop is described as a type of bullet train that travels through a Siri's of tubes and uses something called magnetic levitation to run the trains and elevated tunnels. Officials with Hyperloop TT say they're looking at a three phase project from Tampa ST Pete, then the Bradenton and eventually to Miami T Bar to chairman Jim Houlton says it deserves further study by the state. First thing would be to have AH steering committee organized from the state level with D O T and then be a participant in that steering committee agency is already working on a feasibility study for new transit technologies. Reid Shepherd News Radio 6 10, I od rows up, 302 points to 27,000 won 17 NASDAQ Up more than 2% 217 points s and P is a 45 mornings coming up at 3 30 Hannity coming up after we check whether I'm Al Lewis News radio 6 10. From like every bullet versus vital, Sleepy Joe. Don't miss the 2020 vote. The.

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"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Kendall and portions of homestead in Florida City this morning. Broward County. Not too bad right now, but we do anticipate submarine shower activity. Later on. It's 77 in Fort Lauderdale, 78 in Miramar and 76 right now, in Hialeah. It Zeta one Fresh off his reelection rally in Jacksonville last night. President Trump's in Miami this morning for a Latinos for Trump Roundtable, Florida International University is, Eduardo Gamarra says after losing the Miami Dade Hispanic vote four years ago. He knows it's important. President Trump's He's Florida as good state to win, and he specifically thinks that the Latino vote in Florida is Ki tto win state, which is why, he says Trump campaign began airing Spanish language ads in Florida almost a month before Joe Biden. He also has 16 office is dedicated to wooing Hispanic voters in Florida, Arizona, Texas and Nevada. Latest NBC News poll shows President Trump is leading Biden among Hispanic voters in Florida, 50 to 46% well, former president Barack Obama stepping up again to support his Democratic ticket. He's joining Kamala Harris for two virtual fundraisers next Friday. It'll be the first event since she became Joe Biden's running mate. Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be afforded an honor today. No woman in America's had before NBC's Tracie Potts reports today. A woman's body will lie in state in the U. S Capital for the first time Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg honored by members of the House and Senate, including former senator and presidential nominee Joe Biden. President Trump paying respects at the Supreme Court Thursday, which is where the 87 year old and repose for two days, Lord could surpass another grim Corona virus. Milestone today, the Florida Department of Health announcing another 177 deaths from covered 19, the state now just 39 deaths short of 14,000. The yesterday also reported over 2500 new cases. And the positivity rate for new cases less than 4.5% Potato three and shark tank investor Mark Cuban wants the government to give out $1000 bi weekly stimulus check through November. Cuban brought up this idea once again while speaking on CNBC, The Dallas Mavericks owner suggests implementing a time limit where people have 10 days to spend the money or they lose it. This would ensure the money was being put back into the economy quickly. Cuban says those without help are struggling badly, and we need to get them help that is Brian shook reporting, Google is taking steps to help people during this pandemic. It has introduced a coded layer for its maps feature that gives statistics about cases and trends in particular areas. Google's using sources such as the New York Times and Johns.

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01:35 min | 4 months ago

"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Month have lower speeds during congestion. Video at 40 P c t mobile dot com. That's traffic any degree of 16. And checking radar. There's a line of rain showers over portions of homestead in Florida City, where it's 82 degrees right now, just a little Sprinkle here and there through highly Opa locka Miramar as well or it's 85 now 501. Fresh off his reelection rally in Jacksonville. Last night, President Trump arrived to his resort Inderal or a Latinos for Trump Roundtable taking place in Miami International universities, Eduardo Gamarra says after losing the Miami Dade Hispanic vote four years ago, he understands the significance this year. President Trump sees Florida as state to win and he specifically thinks that the Latino vote in Florida is key to win state, he says. That's why the Trump campaign began airing Spanish language ads in Florida. Most a month before Joe Biden. He also has 16 offices dedicated solely to wooing Hispanic voters in Florida, Arizona, Texas and Nevada. The latest NBC News poll shows President Trump leading Biden among Hispanic voters here in Florida, 52 46. Under De Santis may craft a student bill of rights. It would protect college students from being expelled if they break social distancing guidelines and I understand the university are trying to do the right thing, but but I personally Think it's incredibly draconian that a student would get potentially expelled for going to a party. He says. Florida's public universities have been much more open than other institutions..

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"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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06:12 min | 4 months ago

"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We are now 47 days away from Election Day and Time now to bring in Marc Caputo. He's a political reporter for politico. You could follow him on Twitter and Mark a Caputo. Good morning, Mark. How are you? I'm doing well, Thank you. Very much. Good. Good to have you with us is always Ah, We finally saw Joe Biden visit Florida mid reports that President Trump is making inroads with the state's Hispanics. But instead of visiting South Florida, Biden courted the Puerto Rican Sze in central Florida along the I four corridor is that The new his Hispanic focal point for the winning the state. Well for a Democrat. Yeah, that's more of your guaranteed base Justus, Republican meaning Cuban Americans arm or of the Latino or Hispanic base for Republicans. The Democrats. It's Puerto Rican Sze in central Florida. They they have a tendency to vote. What 67 sometimes even eight in 10 for the Democrat over of the Republicans. So you know what When they asked Willy Sutton. Why rob banks, he said. That's where the money is like the as Joe Biden. Why he goingto talkto central Florida Puerto Rican? Well, that's where the votes are. How does that? How do they compare up there? The the the number of the amount the population of Puerto Ricans in central Florida compared to Cuban Americans here in South Florida, do you know Well. The best estimates are that the Hispanic vote in Florida is about 17% of the total registration voter rolls so within the Hispanic vote, so to speak. You have probably about 30% registered Cuban Americans at about 25% registered Puerto Rican. Okay, not having that said Cuban Americans have a far higher and higher And one that's safe, far higher. A higher turnout rate, then Puerto Ricans are a lot of other non Cuban Hispanics. So while the registration might be only about 56 point difference, No, there's a possibility that Cubans could account for 35. Maybe even 40% of the vote. Depending on the election makes sense. They'd be more active in elections. Considering what what would happen there on the island. You had an article earlier this week about South Florida's Hispanic speaking of them being targeted with these wild Q. And unlike conspiracy theories that may influence the election, we actually had Dr Eduardo Gamarra on from F I u to talk about it. Tell us Tell us what you found and wide so disturbing, I think, anyway. Well, what's What's interesting is that you know, the one way to reach very Latino voters is through these kind of private WhatsApp chat groups, which are emerging you no means of communication. It's very kind of product. Ah way to communicate with each other and what people had seen overtime is these WhatsApp chat groups that were established safer covert relief suddenly would get bombarded with these kind of very far right, sometimes complete disinformation. You know attacks And in addition that you have a AA few stories I think of you L'Wren just push the story Univision did as well about and we mentioned our story. Of the Spanish language radio has really their portion of really kind of going off the deep end talking about this, you know, kind of globalist conspiracy out. George Soros is leading the deep state and all this stuff. And yes, it happens in English language media. The differences Spanish language media hasn't really been discussed very much, at least until our story came out. We're starting to have that conversation now in South Florida. Now, I'm not taking credit. Solely breaking the news. But you know people are talking about it. All right. What? What's interesting here is that There is a very concerted effort more on the right to reach out to let you know voters across different political platforms but have different social media platforms and Democrats kind of playing whack a mole and they're behind in that regard, right? Yeah, it was fast. The fascinating story to read it and it could and doctor tomorrow couldn't tell us exactly. You know whether what or not, but it could have an effect on the election, obviously, because As you mentioned in Spanish media. There isn't really an effort to dispute any of these things. And some of the Spanish media has just accepted this fact which is which is an even bigger concern. Yeah, there was one. There was one Venezuelan based news site that amplified this false smear that Joe Biden was a pedophile. Right. And just, you know, the headline was something like, um, you know, social networks or social media accused goodbye to being a pedophile. It's like, Wow, and this is stuff that's making its way through Spanish language media through social media. And there are a lot of new arrivals a lot of people who speak more Spanish than English, who aren't paying attention, more mainstream news media channels and this is the information they're getting. And then, in some cases that might be basic. Devote this disinformation President Trump Retweeted something along the same lines about Joe Biden being a pedophile a couple of days ago. Finally Michael Bloomberg, former New York City mayor, presidential candidate committed to spending $100 million in our state to help prevent the president from winning a second term. I think, even if it doesn't help Joe Biden win the state of Florida and might help him when the White House because that's less less money that they would have to put into the state of Florida they could actually put And other battleground states that they needed more and now Yeah, it could be. You know, we're going to see you. I don't want to stay on one hand like Oh, you know, these anonymous WhatsApp chat groups could affect the vote on $100 million From what So like something, you know, But the question is, is like how effective is conventional TV advertising? How much TV advertising is left? Um, to be kind of bought up. How influential is it? You know today? I don't know. And you know, we we might be able to see now because we're going to have a real world experiment. But yes, the amount of money that Bloomberg. It's committed to spending assuming he spends. It is just just an insane, eye popping amount of cash that could fundamentally alter the race. No question about it, Mark. Always a pleasure Having you on man. Stay safe. Cocaine's appreciate yet we'll talk to you next week. 9.

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"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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06:24 min | 4 months ago

"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Center and check in once again with Taylor Edmund. Good morning, Taylor. Man. He's still seeing Palmetto East vandalized just after the big curve. This reporter sponsored by Florida Power and Light started to see Cem Turnpike North Bandit. Let's just have to read Rodas. Well, 95 continues to move at speed looking north. Broward County Crash Free ride. No Reporter delays your next update in 10 Minutes NEWS Radio 16 w 00 D When youse breaks. We're ready around the clock. Coming up on 7 41 this Thursday, September 17th Good morning. Once again. I'm manning unions Jimmy on vacation this week. We'll be back on Monday morning. We are now 47 days away from Election Day and Time now to bring in Marc Caputo. He's a political reporter for politico. You could follow him on Twitter and Mark a Caputo. Good morning, Mark. Do you? Mark. Yes, it looks like we went a little funny. Let's try that again. How are you? I'm doing well, Thank you very much Good. Good to have you with us. As always. We finally saw Joe Biden visit Florida mid reports that President Trump is making inroads with the state's Hispanics. But instead of visiting South Florida, Biden courted the Puerto Rican Sze in central Florida along the I four corridor. Is that the new his Hispanic focal point for the winning the state? Well for a Democrat. Yeah, that's more of your guaranteed based justice, Republican meaning Cuban Americans arm or of the Latino or Hispanic base for Republicans. The Democrats. It's Puerto Rican Sze in central Florida. They they have a tendency to vote. What 67, sometimes even eight in 10 for the Democrat over Of the Republican. So you know what? When they asked Willy Sutton. Why rob banks, he said. That's where the money is like the as Joe Biden. Why he goingto talkto central Florida Puerto Rican? Well, that's where the votes are. How does that? How do they compare it to the number of the amount the population of Puerto Ricans in Central Florida? Compared to Cuban Americans here in South Florida? Do you know Well. The best estimates are that the Hispanic vote in Florida is about 17% of the total registration voter rolls also within the Hispanic vote, so to speak. You have probably about 30% registered Cuban Americans and about 25% registered Puerto Rican. Okay, not having that said Cuban Americans have a far higher and higher And one must say far higher. A higher turnout rate, then Puerto Ricans are a lot of other non Cuban Hispanics. So while the registration might be only about 56 point difference, No, there's a possibility that humans could account for 35. Maybe 40% of the vote. Depending on the election. It makes sense they'd be more active in elections. Considering what what would happen there on the island? You had an article earlier this week about South Florida's Hispanic speaking of them being targeted with these wild Q. And unlike conspiracy theories that may influence the election we actually had Dr Eduardo Gamarra on from F I u to talk about it. Tell us Tell us what you found and wide so disturbing, I think, anyway. Well, What's interesting is that given the one way took to reach get very Latino voters is through these kind of private WhatsApp chat groups, which are emerging you no means of communication. It's very kind of private. Ah way to communicate with each other and what people had seen overtime is these WhatsApp chat groups that were established safer covert relief suddenly would get bombarded with these kind of very far right, sometimes complete disinformation. You know, attacks and interdiction thatyou have Ah, few stories. I think w L'Wren just push the story Univision did as well about and we mentioned our story. Of the Spanish language radio has really their portion of really kind of going off the deep end talking about this, you know, kind of globalist conspiracy out. George Soros is leading the deep state and all this stuff. And yes, it happened in English language media. The differences Spanish language media hasn't really been discussed very much, at least until our story came out. We're starting to have that conversation now in South Florida. Now I'm not taking credit for it. Solely breaking the news. But you know people are talking about it. All right. What? What's interesting here is that There is a very concerted effort more on the right to reach out to let you know voters across Different political platforms, but different social media platforms and Democrats kind of playing whack a mole and they're behind in that regard, right? Yeah, it was fast, fascinating story to read it. And it could and doctor tomorrow couldn't tell us exactly. You know whether what or not, but it could have an effect on the election. Obviously, because, as you mentioned in Spanish media, there isn't really an effort to dispute any of these things, and some of the Spanish media has just accepted them as fact. Which is, which is an even bigger concern. Yeah, there was one. There was one Venezuelan based news site that amplified this false smear that Joe Biden was a pedophile. Right? And just, you know, the headline was something like You know, social networks or social media accused you of being a pedophile that's like Wow. And this is stuff that's making its way through Spanish language media through social media and there are there a lot of new arrivals. A lot of people who speak More Spanish than English, who aren't paying attention, more mainstream news media channels and this is the information they're getting. And then, in some cases that might be basing their vote off this disinformation President Trump Retweeted something along the same lines about Joe Biden being a pedophile a couple of days ago. Finally Michael Bloomberg, former New York City mayor, presidential candidate committed to spending $100 million In our state to help prevent the president from winning a second term. I think, even if it doesn't help Joe Biden and win the state of Florida and might help him when the White House because that's less less money that they would have to put into the state of Florida, they could actually put another battleground states that they needed more and now Yeah, it could be. You know, we're going to see you. I don't want to say on one hand like Oh, you know, these anonymous WhatsApp chat groups could affect the vote on $100 million From what I.

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"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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07:03 min | 4 months ago

"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Us today and every day the big green sign 8 50 same Michaels. Talking about the deep state and cue and on Cancer Pride, Vice President Mike Pence actually canceled. A campaign stop in appearance with Q and all kind of shocked. So here's some of the stuff I cannot even read you the headlines. All abbreviated. This is F ing crazy. Florida Latino swamped My wild conspiracy theories. There's light. There's also a lot of Be made of the fact that Donald Trump is doing better. Amongst Latinos. Which is possibly slightly true. Not going to say it's B s. He's doing slightly better. So if you're Hispanic, and you have Hispanic Latino Latina Relatives or friends. Especially outside into Mexico, Pally, especially in states like Arizona and Nevada. Please tell him Hey, come on, Don't buy that crap or don't believe that crap. So here's some of the Q and a on conspiracies. The date deep state. Being fed to, especially that Latino communities in Florida. That George Sorros directs a deep state. Global conspiracy network. That Joe Biden would put America in control of Jews and blacks. That the Democratic nominee has a pedophilia problem. This is actually stuff is being sent out to land community in Florida. Wildest information. Inundating Spanish speaking residents in South Florida. Clogging their whats app chat, Facebook feeds even radio airwaves. And a saturation level that threatens to shape the outcome of the nation's biggest and most closely contested swing state state of Florida. And all the models say that Donald Trump must win Florida tohave a path to 2 70. Sheer volume of conspiracy theories, including Q and on and deceptive claims, is already playing a role in stunting Biden's growth. With Latin Latino voters. Make up about 17% of the state's electorate. According to Eduardo Gamarra, pollster and director of the Latino Public Opinion Forum at Florida International University. He's saying it's having an effect the onslaught Has had an effect. It was difficult to measure the effect exactly. At the polling sort of shows it and in focus group. It shows up with people deeply questioning the Democrats. And referring to the Deep state in particular. Q and R. That there's a real conspiracy against the president. From the inside. There's a strain in our political culture. That's a custom. To conspiracy theories, a culture that Is accustomed. Tomorrow, political scientist and international relations professor at F I U With extensive experience pulling in Latin American Hispanic voters in Florida. Pointed to two recent large sample surveys of Latinos in the state. Latino heavy county of Miami Dade. They showed Biden underperforming. With the crucial Democratic leaning segment. Of the electorate. Still running ahead of Donald Trump by double digits. But overall in Florida, it's a time. Florida's Latino community is a diverse mix of people routes across Latin America. Large population of Republican leaning Cubans in Miami Dade. And a growing number of Democratic leaning voters. With rude from Puerto Rico. Columbia, Nicaragua. Dominican Republic, Venezuela. With that heritage in Miami and elsewhere in the state. Shut up. There is some evidence that do a suggest that Donald Trump has picked up Latin support. Some of that because of the insanity in the misinformation disinformation coming from groups. Like you and on Which Donald Trump is still president. Pinocchio, Cheeto. Is still seeking their support any like him? Why? Because they like him. That's the only reason Now, this is not a conspiracy. This is an actual story. This is an actual Story from Science magazine. There is a possibility a slight possibility, but a possibility. That we may have detected life. In the atmosphere. Of Venus. How can that be possible? It is so hot. I don't think the rules say that you know, life has to be like us. We like it like 85 with low humidity. Strano MERS have found a potential sign of life Hein atmosphere of neighboring Venus. Hence there, maybe bizarre microbes living in the self Eric acid laden clouds of the hothouse planet. Two telescopes in Hawaiian chilling Spotted in the thick Venusian clouds the chemical signature of phosgene. A noxious gas that on Earth is on ly associated with life. According to study in today's journal. Nature astronomy. This is early. They just detected it will have to do more. Maybe send a probe. Several outside experts and the study authors themselves agree This is tantalizing, but said it far from the first group of life on another planet. They said it does not satisfy All of the qualification, but it's just a clue a suggestion. In the hot, so ferric acid clouds. Of our neighbor Venus, All right. Back After a quick.

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"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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01:45 min | 11 months ago

"eduardo gamarra" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Where the market goes up so far so fast there's often an excuse for the selling this seems to be more like a recent rather than an excuse and sinuses along with corona virus an overbought market economists are cutting growth projections and corporate profit projections are leading to volatile markets health experts say the corona viruses affecting daily life for hundreds of millions of people around the world more than a dozen countries have recorded the first confirmed cases the past forty eight hours more than eighty three thousand people in over fifty countries are infected on every continent except Antarctica some U. S. navy ships are being ordered to stay at sea and quarantine their crews all ships which have made stops in Pacific nations will have to wait for teen days before returning to the US to confirm no one aboard has coronavirus that order comes as the deadly disease continues to spread globally the order affects the fleet headquartered in Japan where about fifty thousand troops are stationed that's Karen Fairchild reporting meanwhile Miami Dade's Maher calling on all of us to do our part to prevent the spread of corona virus no cases have been confirmed here in Florida mayor Carlos Jimenez disgusted and wants to keep it that way he's urging the sick residents to stay home from work encouraging everyone to wash their hands regularly use hand sanitizer cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze and avoid shaking hands or kissing when creating some strangers all political eyes are on the palmetto state primary tomorrow since it's the last test for the democratic presidential hopefuls before super Tuesday Joe Biden predicts he'll take South Carolina which will give them momentum going into super Tuesday but front runner Bernie Sanders sold the ten plus point advantage in the national polls Florida international university's Eduardo Gamarra says if Sanders.

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