19 Burst results for "Eight Hundred Thousand Years"

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"Make him like like me or whatever. So i would act in a way that i thought he would like and in the end it ended up working out horrendously as you can imagine right so it's like the only person that you need to be is yourself and it doesn't matter who you are everyone's gonna like there's gonna be people with certain opinions but it's like if you're living your life as what you think everyone else wants you to be. You're gonna be fucking miserable in the end like it's your life and your happiness and that's what matters bone i've something else. I'm going to jump in at this right now. We're talking about how we have thousands of dollars etc. But you have eight years and i love this because i think that leads me to the next point is because i don't care if i have eight years eight thousand years eight hundred thousand years. The only thing. I give a fuck about is that this message reaches one person and that's having the sparked teenage because like i'm going live 'cause i know there's going to be one person that tunes into this and it's like yeah like i got some value from that and that's exactly why we do and i completely agree and also what this motherfucker doesn't see is across all platforms right now. We action almost have one hundred people so it's not that yours matter and now it's like sometimes they're going to you literally five people tune in. Sometimes they're going to do a workout and four hundred people will tune but it doesn't fucking matter and not something that was so hard for me for a really long time was like oh my god. I have like eighty thousand instagram followers. And i'm only getting five hundred lights. But if i just focused on my message and my mission and not what anyone else's thinking in post that i love my content in i know yours is too jumps increases your increases. And so what. If it's by one or two or three people keep in your lane..

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"In my book money for the rest of us. Ten questions to master successful investing. The first question is what is it to be able to explain to a friend or family member in as simple terms as possible. The key aspects of that particular investment has it work. What do you actually investing in. What's the expected return upside. And the risk the downside. Who's on the other side of the trade who is creating that marketplace and selling that investment. And what does it take to be successful. What has to happen. I consider you my listeners. Friends and so. I've learned as much as i could in several days of preparation on carbon investing. And i want to share with you and then you can decide whether this is a worthy investment or not. I am backroom. We'll we're talking about carbon we're really referring to carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions. These are heat trapping. Gases that have accumulated in atmosphere and lead to global warming nasa estimates that over the past hundred seventy one years human activities have raised atmospheric concentration of co two carbon dioxide by forty percent above pre industrial levels found in eighteen fifty. The latest measurements are co. Two is four twenty parts per million compared to three hundred and eight parts per million back in two thousand five and that's from the manoa observatory in hawaii now. The level of co two will vary due to natural cycles. Typically over the last eight hundred thousand years it's been between hundred eighty and three hundred parts per million. Now we're at four hundred twenty ppm. And if you look at a graph you see significant spike well above historical averages and as a result combined land and ocean temperatures around the world have increased on average about zero point one three degrees fahrenheit or zero eight degrees celsius per decade since eighteen eighty but since nineteen eighty-one that average temperature has increased at twice that rate. We've seen the ten warmest years on record..

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Back To Back

"So basically. Like i was verified. Like five thousand followers. Everyone's like how are you there side even are you all this stuff So i made this post. That said like how i got verified. It was totally fake via spot billboard songs and i just said that i go board. An eyelid emailed to talk. And i took a screen shot at so good neck was like wade so like you like trick them like. Aren't they going to catch you. And it's all good. Like i don't worry about it like i said it's i treat the app as dumb as i think it is so yeah and then so that was fine. I got a bit of like you know a few more followers and all that done more likes your shares and then yeah this This guy this kid named josh was doing this interview show where he said this line. Louis vitton because i'm banned from the gucci store in some interview show and then this girl made this talk or she saw this clip. She responded to it and she was explaining this. I'm not a producer. But this would be like. I feel like this would be a really cool song. She's like it should say this and then it should build up and then it goes. You should be permanently banned on the drop and i was like yeah. It sounds like that we work so someone sent me that video. And just i just got in like at the right time because no one had made one yet or at least not any ones that were half decent or whatever from my big my name me man. I just made it in like literally. Twenty minutes posted. It didn't think anything of it. I think the caption was like because you stitch videos institure duet and i the cap in my stitching correctly that was captured. Like literally has to do with it. Yeah and i think i. I got some drinks with my friends that night. And then i checked it out and it was like eight hundred thousand years already so this this one feels different six million views now which is pretty nice. It's amazing it's amazing. And then we put it on spotify and stuff the song so many people asked and i got the kid josh to like. Get in a studio. New york. To rerecord the vocal. That's amazing x. We can use the clip for nadia familiar from the interview. Show and then. I was like in the studio. Jose like traditional thing. And i'm like have my outcome in two weeks..

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"Passat assi but most papers. I read seem to agree that it is thought to have originated somewhere in southern arizona or northern mexico. Maybe around like eight hundred thousand years ago and then more recently like recently to us but like more recently three hundred sixty five thousand years ago cox city ladies impetus which is found most commonly and has the most diversity in the central valley of california. That's thought to have diverged from facade. Issey when like the glaciers in the inland sea of that area of california retreated so it kind of trapped there little like you know home exactly little allah patrick species shen. There we go. Wow and keep an isolated by the sierra nevada's yeah yeah and the next big moment in the evolutionary history of this little fungus is the arrival of humans in north america. And there's a cool paper from two thousand and one so it might be a little bit out of date but current papers still do reference it. It traced the genome ick diversity of different isolates of city authorities passat ac- so the older one all throughout the region that it's been found in in north america and south america and found that based on the types of and the levels of diversity in the south american isolates it seems that during the pleistocene ancient humans who migrated down from north america to south america also brought the fungus with them along those migration routes Okay okay yeah but their estimate of when custody authorities facade assi arrived in south america is like a little bit broad so anywhere between nine thousand one hundred forty thousand years ago big deal. I mean those are those are pretty big range. They so they also say okay. Yeah it could have been like a species of rodent or it could have been before but that does seem to be like the direction that how it happened. Okay And i will say that a lot of this genome. Analyses of like the evolutionary history and stuff are kind of plagued by these problems of low of like sampling bias because arizona has been so extensively sampled. Is it just that we think it originated there because we see the most diversity if we sampled more in guatemala for instance might there be might that point to a guatemalan origin. Totally that that totally makes sense. Yeah so in. Any case ancient humans north and south america were no stranger to this fungus and to further show this. There's a skeleton from from around one thousand to fourteen hundred ce that has signs of destructive lesions and also microscopic examination show that there were spirituals and ended spores that resembled cock city authorities imitates or It's it's an older paper so everything was called intas. What yeah. That's so cool. We haven't had bones and him. I know i will and they were like well. You know it's not like this. This may not necessarily 'cause like actual lesions on the skeleton necessarily but we weird. They were pretty confident. It wasn't just contamination from the soil. That could imagine worse problem. Yeah and then in prehistoric midden old trash keeps essentially in california is emeritus was found at higher rates than in surrounding soil which could suggest that the people who use the mittens had the disease That one's a little bit more hand wavy to me. Yeah definitely all right. So cuck city auto mycosis has probably been around and infecting people and animals for hundreds of thousands of years before it was first described and demingo engine. Us just happened to be the first to people whose unfortunate encounter with this fungus was documented. But they definitely weren't the last and these two reports instead of being lost and forgotten somehow ended up kicking off this era of custody city oi mycosis research that picked up steam significantly throughout the twentieth century and so after part of is because after those first two cases happened. more steam. To kind of steady trickle in and the geographic patterns of this disease Like you know how they kept popping up in the same areas that helped physicians kind of the link between them. All got it in one thousand nine hundred so just a few years. After rickford and gilchrist named their new microbe a physician working in san francisco. Named william opel's opiate us. Who by the way had a scar on his cheek from a dual back in germany. Love it he later became the dean of the stanford school of medicine. Wow with a dueling scar so cool in nineteen hundred okay and i hundred and so was like wait a sec. This is not a protozoan. it's definitely a fungus. You guys going on. And so he did a bunch more research on it describing its life cycle. it's various morphology of transmission and proposing a name for the disease which he called cox cd oil daniela. But this disease talk city auto. Granular loma was often. Like the more severe of the ones that you described right shows like super painful disfiguring debilitating sometimes fatal. And that makes sense that that would be the one described. I right and not was so. That's a disseminated infection so action that has gone to the skin and presumably also to other organs. Which would be why it would be fatal right exactly. But that's not the only form of disease that oh kok city authorities causes and it's certainly not the most common right. So he still san francisco residents of the san joaquin valley were plagued by a mild illness which usually consisted of respiratory symptoms. A high white blood cell count. And sometimes those painful lumps are those red lumps era theme nadeau som People called san joaquin valley fever and no one could figure out what was causing it. A physician named mirny ada gifford had been working on the problem as part of her job as the chief assistant health officer of kern county in california and she spent months trying to link it to a scarce roundworms an but then she finally found cox city oi dis from a guinea pig. That had been experimentally infected. From like someone's sputum we're getting pick. And she knew that cox city authorities was the pathogen responsible for cox city. Oh grand ulama but the people she was seeing like her patients were nowhere near that sec. Like at all so could there still be a connection or is this just you know contamination. She showed her research to her former teacher mentor ernest dixon and asked him whether he thought to diseases could be caused by the same thing and then she added that several of the patients she had treated had also presented with erythematosus them and for dixon. This was the clincher. A few years back. Dixon had a young med student working in his lab named herald. Chope who on day one of the job poor guy opened an old petri dish like full of an old custody city. Ladies culture and breathed in a bunch of the old sports he liked. He brought it up to look at it closely. Breathed on it and it it like of course. All of the scores went airborne into his and brampton. Oh yeah we're guy. Within nine days chope was in the hospital with severe chest. Pain bad cough yellowish sputum streaked with blood. And there didn't seem to be much of a chance that he would recover and like a bunch of newspapers picked up the story and he was presented as this like heroic young researcher for the cause of disease. I don't know but he hung in there. Okay could eventually. He would be discharged from the hospital and sent somewhat ironically to arizona to recuperate but before that happened he developed earthy thema dosam. Which is the same symptom that gifford had observed in some of her patients with san joaquin valley. Fever and to dickson. This was strong evidence that the two diseases. So san joaquin valley fever and cock city oil grain loma were caused by the same pathogen. Yeah and at the valley fever was just a mild forms of the. Yeah right i mean. It's almost like all of the the times that we've had people who were reckless enough to intentionally infect themselves with whatever thing that they were studying to try to prove this poor kid just did it right. I mean in some ways you know who in a rocky mountain spotted fever episode. We talked about how like everyone got rocky mountain spotted fever or one of the other tick borne pathogens. Yeah it's kind of the same thing like like everyone..

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"My point is it's like you can see now that like okay here and so the theory develops. And here's where it happened and blah blah blah blah so. I don't know it all better. If you don't analyze the stack of assumptions i. i'm also interested in. I'm like i go out and hunt fossils all the time. I don't find rhinos and rhinoceroses in frigging like. This dude is like yeah i've got. He's like a military dude. He's on duty and on his off off days or whatever he goes out into caves and he's finding like tons of fossil's big huge bones of very large animals and then he goes to java and they start digging in the side of a river and finds hundreds of fossil bones. And i'm just like how is this. How does this happen. How come i can't do this. Maybe in the right place. I don't know maybe he genius. Yeah so also. He's in indonesia. And there's such thing as the java which is now an endangered species but totally exists everywhere there. Yeah who's to say that the really super ancient or not right. I mean there's so in sinatra. He found fossils of rhino and elephant and the teeth which okay again again have to remember that a fossil doesn't necessarily have to be that old it doesn't have to be stone. Yeah it's just fossilized meaning preserved. Yep that's all so. These were in caves. So they're they're deserve fossils. Yeah i mean if you dig up bones or fossils. Basically if they've been preserved for a length of time like outside the normal decomposition. Yes yes right. That's we're not talking about liquefication here. Yeah necessarily so. In on the solo river in central java his labor take out many fossil animal bones and in september. They've turned up particularly interesting item. Primate tooth apparently a third upper right molar or a wisdom tooth dubois relief believing he had come on the remains of an extinct. Giant chimpanzee ordered his laborers to concentrate their work around the place where this tooth turned up. He did have laborers yes. So that's right. He's finding more stuff than you are right. I don't have laborers. Obviously i need some of those in october. They found what appeared to be a turtle. Shell but when dubois inspected it he saw. It was actually the top part of a cranium heavily fossilized and having the same color as the volcanic soil. So i wonder if they buy heavily. Fossilized they mean lithuania more and more. Yeah heavily fossilized to me would mean preserved for longer and this is right. That's the picture. The top of the skull they found so then so far to recap. We have a guy who went looking for a specific thing honed. In on his first piece of evidence went further in on it and has had no real observation bias. At any point is the way it's told. Yeah he definitely had observation bias Was there to find it. Yeah right that was just saying again like he goes somewhere that was supposedly warm two million years ago. Well they didn't know how old it was. But still i mean it's and yeah. I think this thing is supposed to be eight hundred thousand years old but still it when you look at it through the lens of what things did he already have decided before. This is bound becomes a little rough but right..

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

"You know that it's more than just premise. Right i mean we know that. The ecological Status that we all experience is a direct reflection of the same landscape within us and So to me you know i it. It's a very. I'm not going to say simple but i'm going to say easy connection to Integrity because it such an important aspect of each and every one of us you know in terms of taking personal responsibility for what we know will be reflected out in in the world and how each of us is accountable for every single thing that we are connected to and how we interact with it Our carbon footprint is is not. It's not something to be dismissed. Can i speak to that. Please be in my classes by. Live classes by zoomed out and it by retreats put up this national geographic post. That i got him. What are there magazines few years ago. That'd be this national geographic. This is not national enquirer. As what i say to people. If anybody should know anything about the planet it would be this. Everybody hundred percent resoundingly says gas as we look at this in the history of co two levels over the recorded. His straight of the last eight hundred thousand years of the ice ages that perpetuated. What's the two levels. Got to two fifty about two fifty parts per billion that there was a nice age. Just all and it's the snow you know. Previously co two levels came from a volcanic. I let's just assume that for right now and they're assess about some freeze shutting down please. We're at four hundred and fifty parts per billion currently. Most people do exactly what you do. They just went silent. Look i showed right off the bat. go oh by god or a borough type this Nature is the great equalizer. Let's get this straight as evidence. Hear evidence hard evidence mother. Nature's the great equalizer so allport important. Is you getting to your center before the recall it..

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

"Debate. Podcast we're here to connect you with others with simmering interest in frustration in worries in the environmental crisis. That we face we hope to expand your thinking a little bit. I'm certain man my on. My co host is among. I am a photographer and show host as well. I do in lush every week. Ativity and today's question. You'd is from a place. That is very one of the ritz reservoir. It for sure isn't it. Yeah far more in oxfordshire and the question is from polling and we're going to have a a usual meandering conversation style in this because It says in the talk. This podcast debate. But we're not going to debate this when we're just gonna see where we go a little bit tongue in cheek in this question. I think william yes. It's an interesting question not be the longest episode. I left it. Wants mcvay debate this question. The compensation is always meandering. Lucky industry or bus this this hunt break left off. I k say we hate this podcast will will actually make you stop up and take notice of the nature around you and your clara and want to protect silliness for you today but This is the question we've asked polling from far more in oxfordshire. Her question is why. Can't we have a mainstream day. We have will die. International women's day i will be. Tq ever is style can never quite got these letters in in out gb. Q i think day lgbt plazas. Listen up there buddy guy. Various environmental dies walkout. Mainstream died william quite simply. We do have a mentoring. Do you want the mainstream mainstream days everyday everyday everyday as mainstream day. So the question is be is. Why do we have quite. Why do we have days for those specific things. I world we have earth day. We have to national women's day we have Black lives matter day. Chores thing as well right so i think we have. These days helps address stigma indifference. Yeah i mean obviously is an inherent thing about labelling somebody. I've never been big fan of labeling. I don't like it'd be poultry down. Psomas i doubt like labeling people conversational facebook recently about Somebody who said that they were gonna do good. They'd be labeled as a do gooder there and it was an insult central duda so even even been doing good. Their argument was if i do good twenty good thing but it can. Evocative could be seen as an insult. I could be used as divisively miss trying to get away from local spots. The reason why we have these days is actually it brings it into people's consciousness. That people are different to you if somebody took offense though it being taught do-gooder is there some truth in then if if they've got some sort of reaction to being accused of that and they'd be acted badly maybe they think might be an element of truth in the accuser. Yeah the impression ago it was. It was how it was said. Yeah the being what was said on the dick the tired of the voice and it was how they were almost shocked that they didn't are spending. So it's like yeah. It's just love label these these days of that for wednesday's and that's reasonable. The court literally called a wednesdays. Because you're making certainly aware that somebody is different to you. They think the same way as you know on the same as you. But i think mainstream is actually made up of all these minority groups. So that's what we end up with a mainstream an oil think. How big is the majority any given point anyway. You know actually. I think it's going to sound like really controversial opinion. And their baby out here. Actually things like labels and these days should not be should not be needed issue not be required that mainstream mainstream. Everybody is just remembering that role individuals role people we all have notifications asians and often those evasions very similar. You what you're saying. We're all different. And we all need. Our voices heard whether in the mainstream not the also be mainstream. Really i mean everybody's not possible utopian ideal absolutely of course it's utopian idea. I totally understand that. We told you the stunned that we watch a tribal species. We have been many many thousands of years. We're fighting against them. That we are we are inherently are changed very much within the last definitely not very much in the north twelve thousand years but definitely not in the last movie. Seventy eight hundred thousand years is a species. Evolution takes a long time for change. And i think sometimes that we're putting in all pressure on ourselves. We should be operational ourselves to change these these stigmas and these these. These awareness is again a word but you'll should should be mindful that we are trouble species. Remember that yeah like you say. Is it really possible. Utopian re utopian idea. Yes it is. But that's not necessarily a bad thing so these days effective at breaking down barriers does actually perpetuate the difference. Well what about your experience from your own personal experience in my experience of one that jumps out willed is day It might in december. The fist. I think is every year well in my experience. It gives the the The ignorant an opportunity to shout and scream Absorb some people still think i as a guy homosexual disease. I think what they do that they give the extreme end of the spectrum. An opportunity to show in the scream in atlanta an act like imbeciles actually brings more people who are sitting in into the fence into understanding these minority dice and celebrated. And then you get a critical mass that makes change. You don't need to engage the people on the other end of the spectrum because they're just pulled along with a large not but unfortunately the people on the other end of the spectrum who.

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Scientists Have Found Some Truly Ancient Ice, But Now They Want Ice That's Even Older

Environment: NPR

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Scientists Have Found Some Truly Ancient Ice, But Now They Want Ice That's Even Older

"It's chilly across the country today. Highs of just fifty eight in miami and sixteen in minneapolis which makes minnesota colder than an arctic as mcmurdo station but the cold weather doesn't last forever in the twin cities and in antarctica. It does ice their last hundreds of thousands even millions of years and as npr's nell greenfieldboyce reports that makes an arctic the perfect place to find some of the oldest ice in the world. Just how old is the oldest ice. On earth john higgins says. Nobody really knows you know. Would i be surprised at this point. We had five million-year-old is i mean. I'd be surprised. But not it's not unfathomable i think he and some colleagues recently collected ice samples in antarctica. That were later analyzed and shown to be as old as two point six million years. It's beautiful stuff when you pull out. The is it. Essentially as crystal clear accepted filled with tiny bubbles the bubbles contain air from when the ice formed and this trapped air is what scientists are really after higgins says if you want to understand how gases like carbon dioxide have affected the climate throughout history. You know you can't really do better other than getting a time machine and going back in time and taking an air sample then using these ice cores which physically just trap samples of ancient air to release that ancient air. All you have to do is melt the ice. That's the sound of a research camp manager in antarctica making drinking water by melting scraps of two hundred thousand year old ice in a metal pot to actually collect an analyze the release gases however ancient is has to melt in a lab. Sarah shackleton studies old princeton where she gets to watch the trapped air bubble out and that is something that i don't know if i'll ever get sick of watching. It's actually like pretty mesmerizing and one thing. That's released surprising every time to muse. Just how much gas is actually in the ice. She says it's a lot and samples from time. Periods undergoing past climate changes could be used to help make predictions about the future. One of the biggest questions in terms of kind of the modern warming and look anthropogenic. Climate changes helmich warming. Do should we expect with the amount of co two that we have in the atmosphere now. Antarctica has been covered by an ice sheet for at least thirty million years. But it's actually pretty hard to find really old ice. John gooch is a geologist. At the university of minnesota he says while snowfalls constantly add new layers of ice to the top of the ice sheet the oldest layers at the bottom can disappear. That's because of geothermal heat coming up from the ground so the rocks are giving off heat of slowly over time and so that has the potential to melt ice at the bomb. Still bits of super old ice like that two point six million year old sample can sometimes be preserved at the ice sheets edges the older snippets of ice. That we've been able to find come from places where the ice has flowed up against a mountain range and been exposed at the surface in those spots though. The ice can be all jumbled up and messy. It's not nice layers that have been laid down sequentially over a long continuous stretch of earth's history to get a neatly layered ice sample like that. Scientists need to drill straight down through the thick icesheet so far the oldest ice collected that way goes back eight hundred thousand years. Gooch says the goal now is to drill down a couple of miles to reach ice. That's older a million to two million years old whether or not we'll be able to find it at the bottom of the ice sheet where we can recover a relatively simple continuous record. Is i guess. That's the sixty four thousand dollar question at team from china has drilling underway a group from europe. We'll start in november. What everyone wants is i-i samples that cover a key time period about a million years ago. When there was a dramatic shift in the planet cycle of ice ages. Those had been coming every forty thousand years or so but for some reason that pattern ended and it changed to every one hundred thousand years instead unto us working on climate. That's a really big deal. Eric wolf is a climatologist with the university of cambridge in the united kingdom. It's a really big question as to why that change is fundamental tower climates. Work in a way you could say. We don't really understand today's climate. If we don't understand why we live in one hundred thousand year will draw the forty thousand year world. The coronavirus pandemic basically ruins the arctic research season. That would've been happening now but starting next fall researchers will be backed down there searching for really old ice nell greenfieldboyce npr news.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Is fox news W. C. B. M. Baltimore I went there to get the week started with lower humidity than what we had last week and temperatures in the upper fifties overnight tonight very comfortable mostly cloudy Tuesday high seventy seven low nineties on Wednesday with partly cloudy skies some changes going up late this week for Thursday Friday and Saturday and the heaviest rain likely on Thursday with some African force downpours and highs in the eighties I'm Scott Laurie more the weather channel on talk radio six CD W. C. B. M. W. C. B. M. studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution call Ross Perot you today for that solution for ten to six six eleven twenty she got off your day with the top newsmakers along with fox news reporters in gas plus the daily commentary and significant issue of the day fox news rundown on talk radio six eighty WCBS am six this is coast to coast AM with George Noory in order to avoid lives in the United Kingdom in a moment he was with us a year ago as we talked about his work the forgotten exit is the into Africa theory of human evolution we'll talk a little bit about that too with his latest work is called hybrid humans scientific evidence of R. eight hundred thousand year old legacy so I'm looking forward to talking to Bruce and the next hour of course we'll take phone calls with you here on coast to coast AM Tom has an update for us on those for St Louis police officers were.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on KTOK

"Roberts this is fox news from the news radio one thousand Katie okay weather center and forward stormteam partly cloudy mild humid overnight a low of sixty five on Tuesday partly cloudy warm humid breezy with a high of eighty seven on Wednesday partly cloudy a fifteen percent chance of a shower with a high about eighty nine will be in the low nineties on Thursday from the Katie okay weather center and the four warn storm team I'm Beth Myers you can hear Katie okay online with the I heart radio sponsored by Travis Watkins tax for empire S. problems no problem call or text four five one three four two zero wore a white construction firm dot com we've always had villains to face you are the most horrible of all we all have the power to do something to stand up to cancer stand up to five Dundalk win visit stand up to cancer dot org to learn more the drive with Leigh Matthews every weekday afternoon at five on one thousand Katie okay the this is coast to coast AM with George Noory respond to the weather's Roy lives in the United Kingdom in a moment he was with us a year ago as we talked about his work the forgotten exit this the into Africa theory of human evolution we'll talk a little bit about that too with his latest work is called hybrid humans scientific evidence of R. eight hundred thousand year old legacy so I'm looking forward to talking to Bruce and the next hour of course we'll take phone calls with you here on coast to coast AM Tom has an update for us on those for St Louis police officers were.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"ABC news I guess we'll check in on one of the protests are heating up or cooling off and how weird is this people live at high altitudes don't seem to be getting the cold worldwide Armstrong and Getty in the morning K. E. acts on I heart radio eleven ninety K. E. X. continues to support PT acts during the Copa nineteen pandemic and we have all the resources to navigate your way through it what do you need help or are able to lend a hand you can get all the information in one place together we will get through this go to eleven ninety K. E. X. dot com slash support VDX depend on us newsradio eleven ninety K. E. X. now KQ weather there's guys plenty of sunshine and daytime highs in the mid to upper seventies on Tuesday could be the warmest day of the week we'll see northwest winds about five to fifteen miles an hour here locally the reason the gorge upwards of thirty miles an hour and our dry skies and warm temperatures will hold all the way through the rest of the week France even into next week from the K. two storm tracker weather center I'm Dave Zaleski and the this is coast to coast AM with George Noory the weather's recorded live in the United Kingdom in a moment he was with us a year ago as we talked about his work the forgotten exit is the into Africa theory of human evolution we'll talk a little bit about that too with his latest work is called hybrid humans scientific evidence of R. eight hundred thousand year old legacy so I'm looking forward to talking to Bruce and the next hour of course we'll take phone calls with you here on coast to coast AM Tom has an update for us on those for St Louis police officers were.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hold so you can mark it off and look it over I think my could accountable will be my next major work we'll see you then but of course we'll be talking you with you in our news clips but willing to schedule you for a couple hours from that book comes archery the World Bank has highlighted the risk of a fresh global debt crisis after warning of the biggest build up and borrowing in the past fifty years minutes half yearly global economic prospects for the Washington based organization said of the four ways of debt accumulation since the nineteen seventies now is the latest the largest the fastest in the most broad based the World Bank which provides loans and grants to developing and emerging economies says that this is not a good thing Amanda Germany is died four years after he ate a sandwich that was poisoned by one of his coworkers and he fell into a coma one story that was a Spanish motorists crashed his car into a church and drove up the aisle after claiming he had been possessed by the devil the man forced his jeep through the door the church in the early hours of yesterday morning police say they found the man visibly disturbed next to the altar claiming it was the only place he would be safe from his possession one of the largest known media rights in the world to hit the planet nearly eight hundred thousand years ago but the exact spot word smashed into the planet earth has been a mystery until now the crater may lie beneath lava in a nine hundred and ten cubic kilometer area of apply told field in south east Asian nation of Laos according to a paper published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences and journal what is going on in the skies these days as we start the new year let's check in with Peter Davenport from the national you are for reporting center what we have Peter.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on KTRH

"Com and jury what you're working on these days why would you book coming out which is called Uday Tom and it will be out in our March and I published a unabridged version of the Horowitz report which saleable so you can mark it off and look it over I think my could accountable will be my next major work we'll see you then but of course we'll be talking you with you in our news clips but will schedule you for a couple hours from that book comes out Yuri the World Bank has highlighted the risk of a fresh global debt crisis after warning of the biggest build up and borrowing in the past fifty years and it's half yearly global economic prospects for the Washington based organization said of the four waves of debt accumulation since the nineteen seventies now is the latest the largest the fastest in the most broad based the World Bank which provides loans and grants to developing and emerging economies says that this is not a good thing the manager many is died four years after he ate a sandwich that was poisoned by one of his coworkers and he fell into a coma one arch dory that was a Spanish motorists crashed his car into a church and drove up the aisle after claiming he had been possessed by the devil the man forced his jeep through the door the church in the early hours of yesterday morning police say they found the man visibly disturbed next to the altar claiming it was the only place he would be safe from his possession one of the largest known media rights in the world to hit the planet nearly eight hundred thousand years ago but the exact spot word smashed into the planet earth has been a mystery until now the crater may lie beneath lava in a nine hundred and ten cubic kilometer area of apply told field in south east Asian nation of laws according to a paper published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences and journal what is going on in the skies these days as we start the new year let's check in with Peter Davenport from the national you are for reporting center what we have Peter a lot's.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on WTVN

"Have a new book coming out which is called Uday Tom and it will be out in our March and I published a unabridged version of the Horowitz report which will hold so you can mark it off and look it over I think my could a combo will be my next major work we'll see you then but of course we'll be talking you with you in our news clips but willing to schedule you for a couple hours when that bill comes out Yuri the World Bank has highlighted the risk of a fresh global debt crisis after warning of the biggest buildup and borrow we in in the past fifty years and it's half yearly global economic prospects the Washington based organization said of the four ways of debt accumulation since the nineteen seventies now is the latest the largest the fastest in the most broad based the World Bank which provides loans and grants to developing and emerging economies says that this is not a good thing a manager many is died four years after he ate a sandwich that was poisoned by one of his coworkers and he fell into a coma one story that was a Spanish motorists crashed his car into a church and drove up the aisle after claiming he had been possessed by the devil the man forced his jeep through the door the church in the early hours of yesterday morning police say they found the man visibly disturbed next to the altar claiming it was the only place he would be safe from his possession one of the largest known media rights in the world to hit the planet nearly eight hundred thousand years ago but the exact spot word smashed into the planet earth has been a mystery until now the crater may lie beneath lava in a nine hundred and ten cubic kilometer area of apply told field in south east Asian nation of Laos according to a paper published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences and journal what is going on in the skies these days as we start the new year let's check in with Peter Davenport from the national you are for reporting center what we have Peter a lot's going on George and I'm.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"And it will be a opening arguments I think a motion to dismiss the probably fifty one senators will vote for will be over very quickly I think so too juries website Corsi nation dot com and jury what you're working on these days well I have a new book coming out which is called Uday Tom and it will be out in March and I published a unabridged version of the Horowitz report which saleable so you can mark it off and look it over I think my could a combo will be my next major work we'll see you then but of course we'll be talking you with you in our news clips but moved to schedule you for a couple hours from that book comes out Yuri the World Bank has highlighted the risk of a fresh global debt crisis after warning of the biggest build up and borrowing in the past fifty years minutes half yearly global economic prospects for the Washington based organization said of the four ways of debt accumulation since the nineteen seventies now is the latest the largest the fastest in the most broad based the World Bank which provides loans and grants to developing and emerging economies says that this is not a good thing the manager many is died four years after he ate a sandwich that was poisoned by one of his coworkers and he fell into a coma one story that was a Spanish motorists crashed his car into a church and drove up the aisle after claiming he had been possessed by the devil the man forced his jeep through the door the church in the early hours of yesterday morning police say they found the man visibly disturbed next to the altar claiming it was the only place he would be safe from his possession one of the largest known media rights in the world to hit the planet nearly eight hundred thousand years ago but the exact spot word smashed into the planet earth has been a mystery until now the crater may lie beneath lava in a nine hundred and ten cubic kilometer area of the plateau field in south east Asian nation of Laos according to a paper published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences and journal what is going on in the skies these days as we start the new year let's check in with Peter Davenport from the national you are for reporting center what we have Peter apparently lots going on George and I'm really looking forward to this report tonight I'd like to share about four really intriguing reports with our audience and then if time permits I.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on KTOK

"Of a new book coming out which is called Uday Tom and it will be out in our March and I published a unabridged version of the Horowitz report which will hold so you can mark it off and look it over I think my could a combo will be my next major work we'll see you then but of course we'll be talking you with you in our news clips but willing to schedule you for a couple hours from that book comes out Yuri the World Bank has highlighted the risk of a fresh global debt crisis after warning of the biggest build up and borrowing in the past fifty years minutes half yearly global economic prospects of the Washington based organization said of the four waves of debt accumulation since the nineteen seventies now is the latest the largest the fastest in the most broad based the World Bank which provides loans and grants to developing and emerging economies says that this is not a good thing Amanda Germany is died four years after he ate a sandwich that was poisoned by one of his coworkers and he fell into a coma one arch story that was a Spanish motorists crashed his car into a church and drove up the aisle after claiming he had been possessed by the devil the man forced his jeep through the door the church in the early hours of yesterday morning police say they found the man visibly disturbed next to the altar claiming it was the only place he would be safe from his possession one of the largest known media rights in the world to hit the planet nearly eight hundred thousand years ago but the exact spot word smashed into the planet earth has been a mystery until now the crater may lie beneath lava in a nine hundred and ten cubic kilometer area of the plateau field in south east Asian nation of Laos according to a paper published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences and journal what is going on in the skies these days as we start the new year let's check in with Peter Davenport from the national you are for reporting center what we have Peter what's going on George and.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Nation dot com and jury what you're working on these days well I have a new book coming out which is called Uday Tom and it will be out in March and I published a unabridged version of the Horowitz report which nail hole so you can mark it off and look it over I think my could accountable will be my next major work we'll see you then but of course we'll be talking you with you in our news clips but will schedule you for a couple hours from that book comes out Yuri the World Bank has highlighted the risk of a fresh global debt crisis after warning of the biggest build up and borrowing in the past fifty years minutes half yearly global economic prospects for the Washington based organization said of the four ways of debt accumulation since the nineteen seventies now is the latest the largest the fastest in the most broad based the World Bank which provides loans and grants to developing and emerging economies says that this is not a good thing the manager many is died four years after he ate a sandwich that was poisoned by one of his coworkers and he fell into a coma one story that was a Spanish motorists crashed his car into a church and drove up the aisle after claiming he had been possessed by the devil the man forced his jeep through the door the church in the early hours of yesterday morning police say they found the man visibly disturbed next to the altar claiming it was the only place he would be safe from his possession one of the largest known media rights in the world to hit the planet nearly eight hundred thousand years ago but the exact spot word smashed into the planet earth has been a mystery until now the crater may lie beneath lava in a nine hundred and ten cubic kilometer area of apply told field in south east Asian nation of laws according to a paper published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences and journal what is going on in the skies these days as we start the new year let's check in with Peter Davenport from the national you offer reporting center what we have Peter a.

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"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"eight hundred thousand years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We're all soon about to die and that's the way it goes and rightfully so the magnetic North Pole this is not a drill this is not a joke turns out it's been moving for a good long time craziest story ever exact V. magnetic North Pole is moving from its basically known area in the Canadian arctic toward Siberia the reason for it or the theory about it is that there is a river of iron liquid iron flowing through the core of the planet it is three thousand kilometers below and it is changing course and therefore it is changing polar north now there is there is something else that that that happens here right certainly the magnetic field has something to do with solar flares and things like that without the magnetic field you can really you you could really have yourself on a problem but there's something called the geomagnetic reversal didn't know this happened where there are is north and north and south poles switch places what according to the scientists it happened about eight hundred thousand years ago it could take literally centuries to complete but that could be what is happening now I have absolutely no clue I just think the entirety of it is a mate the idea of the giant river of iron he's just too amazing for words something you'd see in lord of the rings more door come to life but when people start yelling and screaming about climate this is not to me saying we should burn tires in the middle of the roader pollute streams both are really bad ideas what do you think human life is any match for the planet and mother nature and generalize changes that come just out of our minds one wall will change everything one move off the axis will change everything could kill everything for all I know it really well anybody knows the fact that this that the poll is is moving I'm it's been moving much faster since the nineties that at any time for at least a four centuries part of that problem with that mathematics is think about how good the technology has been over the past thirty years and the sharing and tracking of that data versus the previous four hundred so this could be standard and we just didn't have a good way of measuring these things now you shouldn't get worked up about it no people should get freaked out about it and most importantly this is the argument against the people who are so absolutely abusive when it comes to deployment this is the argument against Picasso Cortez's of the world you don't have to react to the point of being reactionary you have to be aware and alert to she wants clean water is something we all want to say Republicans don't care about clean water those people are smocks it's just such a schmuck thing to say it's allowable ignorance and no matter who it said by my children or by a gold level she called children schmucks out dolls monster sometimes anything more the planet makes it moves and these moves far away anything we could ever do no you can't just buy a bunch of magnets in and reset yeah I just suck up the iron from the ground with like a ton of magnets it's not how it's not how it works that's sign was science you know what you could have written a green new deal with the thought process that awful I do think it's amazing it's like this crazy stunning amazing thing.

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Mauna Loa Observatory says carbon dioxide levels are the highest they've seen in all of human existence

The KFBK Morning News

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Mauna Loa Observatory says carbon dioxide levels are the highest they've seen in all of human existence

"That the new measure of climate change out of an observatory and a Wii shows. There's more carbon dioxide in the. Atmosphere today than at any point since the of humans, the mount lower observatory this is in Hawaii shows the CO two in the atmosphere is more than four hundred fifteen parts per million. That's the highest. It's been an eight hundred thousand years scientists they elevated carbon dioxide levels. Prevent the earth's natural cooling Saco from working which traps heat near the surface causes global temperatures to rise meteorologist say leads to hotter days coral reef decline species loss in sea levels to

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