26 Burst results for "Eight Ton"

Can Simple Fruit Peels Revive Dead Land?

BrainStuff

03:44 min | 7 months ago

Can Simple Fruit Peels Revive Dead Land?

"Of IHEART. Pay Brain Stuff Lauren Boban here with another classic episode from Erstwhile Host Christian Sager. This one has to do with some awesome environmental research almost never came to light. I'll let Christian explain. Stuff, it's Christian Sagar. If some of Earth's most barren wastelands could be transformed into dense productive forests by the most unlikely of helpers discarded fruit peels. It sounds like wishful thinking but that's exactly what happened in the nineteen nineties during promising ecological experiment orange juice manufacturer del Oro plunked twelve thousand metric tonnes. It's around thirteen thousand, two, hundred, twenty, eight tonnes of orange peels on top of bleak Costa Rican Pastureland eventually transforming it into a lush fertile forest but it's a success story that almost wasn't told del Oro donated a seven Acre or three. Hector plot on the edge of the WANNA cast t conservation area after being approached by University of Pennsylvania researchers, Daniel Johnson and Winnie. Hell walks who wondered how the company's discarded appeals could benefit the soil in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, the company deposited one thousand truckloads of orange skins onto the degraded land as part of the agreement but rival Orange Squeezer tico fruit sued del Oro a year into the contract claiming the company was defiling National Park Costa Rica's Supreme Court agreed, and after only two years, the experiment came to a halt. That could have been the end of the story. Were it not for Timothy Truer a curious ecologist at Princeton University in two thousand, thirteen truer and a team of researchers traveled to Costa Rica for unrelated research and decided to look up the orange peel plot. The site sign was so covered with vines in the land. So densely filled with trees that took the team years and dozens of site visits to discover it the team sampled and studied the soil at the site and compared it to samples that were taken in the year two thousand. It also noted tree diameter and species from the Orange Peel site and that of. In Year by pasture that wasn't treated with peels, the researchers found that the treated area had richer soil more tree biomass and a broader variety of tree species including a fig tree with a circumference equivalent to three arm spans. The precise reasons for this one, hundred and seventy six percent increase in above ground biomass are still being investigated but the researchers contend dumping massive amounts of nutrient. Rich organic waste had a nearly immediate effect on the land's fertility changing its lifeless soil into a thick rich loamy mixture. The researchers proposed it's also probable that the orange peel suppressed growth of an invasive grass that was keeping the forest from flourishing. The rediscovery of the experiment, a boon for barren landscapes and agricultural waste, but it also could have a major impact on earth. If more companies institute similar, environmentally friendly solutions to waste the resulting richly vegetated land could help isolate harmful carbon dioxide in the air and improve Earth's polluted atmosphere. So

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Long live the Queen: We say goodbye to a big chunk of the passenger 747 fleet

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

05:04 min | 9 months ago

Long live the Queen: We say goodbye to a big chunk of the passenger 747 fleet

"In the last episode Jason said. Go What did I say you said that you could still fly on a British Airways seven, four seven at the time that I said it that was a true statement. And it was a true statement for all of seventy two hours. Then British Airways said, no, you can't. No, you can't they're gone. They're gone effective immediately and we will never fly again. We don't even know if they're going to get any sort of official sendoff for celebration or anything do the at calm rumors necessarily but kind of scuttle. But around the water cooler such as it is says that they are not inclined to participate in any sort of send off because of the current climate they find themselves in. Well. That is just extremely on physician by I think more. So than any other airliner, even really any other aircraft and I know people are going to argue in bicker about this. And L. means emails. Two four DOT com. When I, think of British Airways I think of the seven four, seven I think of the seven four, seven, I think of British Airways the two are intrinsically linked. To imagine a British Airways were about seven, four seven is really difficult for me. Yeah. It's. It's of those things that You know there was a couple. Are a couple lines that you immediately associate the seven, four seven with an obviously the the first and foremost him just because of the history there. But then when when you kind of think of like the top three or four airlines, I, immediately think British Airways KLM. And the. KLM has already retired or I think mostly retired. So they have to serving in in cargo capacity to combat serving cargo Carl only capacity. But but yeah, they're not flying passengers and yeah and KLM only had a few towards the later days but British Airways a significant chunk of its widebody fleet was still seven four. Yeah I mean they were operating a fleet of thirty. So I mean that's not we're down to two tons of with twenty eight young. British Airways we see to retire its entire seven, four, seven fleet by either twenty, twenty, three, twenty, four, twenty, four. So the writing the wall but the wall we've got a whole lot closer right the the wall basically fell. Fell on top of the fleet but there are still some four sevens out there. There are still chances may be two to fly them. Should you want to go out and do that? Obviously, your best chance is going to be Lufthansa at some point, they haven't announced anything about retiring. There's they're putting them into two storage. Planning bring them back So twenty, their Korean Airlines has twelve China Airlines has four Air China has eight, and then you kind of start to whittle things down I. I would say that the under a Russia has nine, but I would say that there's a good chance that may be Thai Airways with eight is probably not bringing there's back or if they do, it won't be for long. But I could be wrong. Indy only has four in. It'll be interesting to see what they ended up doing with there's and then there's a few charter airlines like wellness has five and Atlas Air has four. So you can't really book a ticket on those but you know you've got stand up on you. You've got a decent chance of flying on those if you book a ticket on other airlines. So thankfully at least for my New York City centric mind, we have three airlines that to be the three airlines operate the seven, four, seven, Dash Eight. Tonnes a Korean Air, China all at some point operated the the dash eight two K. typically in the summer. So I hope we see them again. But honestly, there is a a likely reality in which JFK does not see a seven, four, seven in regular passenger service. Again, I don't think it's out of the question that that's a possibility and that makes me very, very sad. Yeah. I. Mean I. I was thinking about this the other day when we were putting kind of listing who who, still flying him and things like that and and I was supposed to do a trip hin in April. Originally, we were going to do something really cool and one of the things that I was really looking forward to flying the Lufthansa's dash eight but did not get that chance but maybe next year year after it'll still be there and still be a possibility. But yeah, I. Mean the fleet was just such you know. That that livery. Deliveries on the for seven just looked so good and then when they did the the heritage liveries games, they just looked so

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"eight ton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:54 min | 10 months ago

"eight ton" Discussed on KOMO

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Why Did the T. Rex Have Such Tiny Arms?

BrainStuff

03:39 min | 10 months ago

Why Did the T. Rex Have Such Tiny Arms?

"With a name that literally means tyrant Lizard King You'd assume that tyrannosaurus rex would get a bit more respect, but the giant predators disproportionately small arms have been the subject of ridicule for decades there are also a scientific puzzle more than one hundred years after discovery of this species, experts still don't know why huge animal one that could reach lengths of forty feet, or twelve meters, or more had four limbs. That were much longer. Longer than an adult humans, if the arms were limp muscle free pegues, it'd be easy to assume that they serve no purpose. However, the evidence hints at a more complicated story, a few studies have argued that judge by the muscle scars left behind on T. rex limb bones, a full grown dinosaur could curl more than two hundred and twenty pounds or one hundred kilograms with each one of their biceps then again. This isn't as impressive as it sounds. Thomas R Holtz of vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Maryland tells us that some people like to overrate Tirana sources upper body strength that figure from before only translates to about one point. Two five percent of the dinosaurs total body weight, which may have been in the ballpark of around eight tons or eight thousand kilograms. Holt says that's like a two hundred pound or ninety kilogram man proud. Proud of the ability to curl two point, five pounds or one kilogram on these grounds, a few experts have concluded that tyrannosaurus arms were either functionless or seldom used, but not all paleontologists by this idea for his money. Kenneth Carpenter of UTAH. State University thinks the little limbs made great hunting tools in two thousand, eight, he and fellow paleontologist Christine. Lipkin impaired the five to source rex wishbones. For years that were known to science at the time shaped like a giant boomerang. Sits between the shoulder blades, three of the five wishbones that carpenter and Lipkin studied show, telltale signs of injury, among these were stress fractures, which must have re healed in life. So, what does this mean well? According to carpenter? The fore limbs were subjected to a great deal of repetitive stress, which was not uniform or steady, instead there were moments of extraordinarily great force applied to the arms. The likely explanation is that t rex used its fore limbs to grab hold of large struggling prey, a plus sized thrashing victim could easily fracture the carnivores, wishbone, or at least tear a few arm. Arm Muscles loose other ideas about the purpose of T.. REX arms have nothing to do with subduing victims. One School of thought involves naptime perhaps after a good night's sleep. Taran disorders use those arms to push itself up off the ground, or maybe they had a sexier function. Henry Fairfield Osborn the paleontologist who named the species back in nineteen o five believed that males used their four limbs to grab hold of their mates as Holtz and others have admitted. There simply isn't enough evidence at this time to conclusively refute or verify any of these notions, such is often the nature of paleontology.

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Spilling the Travel Tea with Sarah Gaines, MSN, RNC-OB

The WoMed

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Spilling the Travel Tea with Sarah Gaines, MSN, RNC-OB

"What are your tips for doing it the right way because I feel like right? Now there's there's a lot of people offering eight ton of money get some travel. There says an extra help. I bill like the big craze right. Now are the crazy crisis rates that are related to Co vid and my biggest advice right now to any nurse. That's looking into specifically like the Kobe hotspot areas with a crisis rates. Is You want to be cautious in. You don't WanNa be fooled by the high numbers and this applies to not only ovid crisis rates right now but just travel nursing in general at big the first mistake that a lot of travel nurses make is they just chased the highest paying contract. They're like oh my gosh so much money. I'm jumping on it right now but one of the things that I really focus on is maximizing your income not just increasing your income. So that requires you to look into the offer From a different perspective so instead of just focusing on how much money you're making it's more important to focus on how much money you're saving though all US. New York as an example because that's where the high rates all right now So a couple weeks ago I saw a rate that was like almost ten thousand dollars a week for a nurse to go cal exactly. That's everyone's thoughts right. Yeah we're good. You're like oh my gosh. I'm going to jump on it. That ten grand a but me when I look at that number. There are certain things that I am going to consider As a travel nurse you can allocate your money in different ways. There's different portions of your income. Some of its tax free. The other parts of it are tax so depending on how you allocate your money and depending on what your hourly rate is you have to keep in mind that since who are getting paid a lot more money that could possibly bump you into a different tax bracket which means that you're going to be taxed a little bit more on top of that. You want to pay attention to the location that you're in. So depending on the location there may be a federal tax estate tax in a city tax So those are other things that you want to consider the next thing to consider. Is You individually like? Do you own a home. Do you have any kids 'cause or anything like me and you don't have either of those you're GonNa be taxed even more heavily all of those things especially in New York when I looking at it. According to my calculations in my unique situation it was going to be almost thirty. Five percent tax really. That ten thousand dollars is close to sixty five hundred. Plus you also have to think about once you get to New York the other things you had to consider. How much is housing going to be? How much is it going to cost Are you going to have to ship your car? If you need a car in New York you would need it but just assignments in general so long story short. You WanNa make sure that you are absolutely crunching the numbers and you know exactly how much you're going to be saving at the end of for me when I was comparing New York. That ten thousand dollars a week to other offers that have gotten in. California and this was just like a regular rate non-co patients regular nurse patient ratios I got a similar offer in California and it was three thousand dollars a week for just a regular contract now. Three thousand dollars a week compared to ten thousand dollars a week doesn't sound that like that much but when you look at it and you really break it down to how much you would be saving so in. California three thousand a week to make it. Simple is about a thousand dollars a day right yet in New York. After taxes we calculate the take home. And how much I'd actually be saving. It'd be about six thousand dollars a week. With that crisis rate you would have to work seven days in a row so that would mean that in seven days six thousand dollars a week. That's actually less than a thousand dollars. A day so it would be more lucrative. I would be saving more money to actually take the contracts in California. That is three thousand dollars a week. And if I want to pick up an extra day of overtime I

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J.F.C. Fuller: Military Thinker

The Secret History of the Future

03:10 min | 1 year ago

J.F.C. Fuller: Military Thinker

"August Grist nineteen sixteen the Western Front. In the first World War the opposing armies had dug into entrenched positions stretching five five hundred miles across France and Belgium from the mountains to the sea barbed wire and machine. Guns meant that it was all but impossible for either side side to advance the Noble Cavalry long the most celebrated force in the army utterly useless. It was a murderous stalemate stalemate but a few miles behind the allied lines. Hundreds of people both civilians and British and French army officers. That brought picnics. Emma waiting patiently for a demonstration of Agra marketable invention it was pleasantly warm day and a quiet quiet spot if you tuned out the artillery of the Psalm battlefield thundering away beyond the horizon then. Another noise began to cut across that distant rumbling the Chug of a powerful engine the relentless metallic clattering of Caterpillar tracks carrying twenty eight tons of cannon armour-plating to walking pace. Everyone was talking and chatting when slowly came into sight. The first I tank I ever saw not a monster but very graceful machine with beautiful lines lozenge shaped but with too clumsy looking wheels behind it. That's major J F C fuller. He's the central figure in our story. He's thirty seven a small roll man with a neatly trimmed moustache. His hairline is retreating over his crown and beginning to March down the back of his hand. He could pass for a Buckler in a costume. Assume drama but beneath the surface of J F C fuller is an inner radicalism. Not long ago he'd been friends with the notorious. Torius occultist Alister Crowley Crowley called himself. A wizard one newspaper called him. The wickedest man in the world cavorting with self proclaimed walks is not the typical social pastime of a British army officer. But as we'll see that isn't even the strangest first thing about the life and the fate of J F C Fuller Fuller sees instantly this new machine. The tank is the solution to the basic tactical problem of the war of how to cross MoD and trenches and barbed wire against Storm of bullets. Nothing else has worked not even the novel atrocity of poison gas. But the tank will do the job. Bob And J. F C fuller concede that with absolute clarity. The tank is the unknown x in the equation of victory. All that is necessary is to get the people to see the problem but getting other people to see the problem was well. Perhaps that was the problem problem.

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"eight ton" Discussed on Millennial Money

Millennial Money

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"eight ton" Discussed on Millennial Money

"She runs this podcast she's been on my money before her podcast is bright chila an she talks about setting up what she likes to call eight fuck it fund i love the idea that sorry for the swear word but it's totally unnecessary so this fund buys you a way out when you need one and she talks about it obviously in the context of getting married but i think a fuck it fund works great in the context of life because it gives you those options and that ability to change her life like almost at a moment's notice whenever you need to so what i like to do is write down all the skills you half what makes unique no you're market value whether you work for a company or you work for yourself even if you're south and play like me you know what you're worth recently on his approach to to write for a publication end i push back on what they offered me because i knew i could bring a lot more value and you know what i got my initial price which i honestly wasn't expecting i wasn't expecting them say oh okay and you know i had that moment where i thought about low balling things and then i thought no no i'm not gonna low ball i'm just gonna go for it and if i lose it that's okay although i know from negotiating for many many years you don't really lose it if they want you they want you you're gonna probably end up finding some medium place but you might as well go for it why not because again it's gonna determined so many things in the future okay the last mindset that i see i see this one all the time something i called the decision muscle so i was on face back together day an i saw an ad for the store that i love and of course i click through as we all do and i bought something that i didn't need an that that happens to me a lot isn't it crazy how you go and social media like even after you were just talking about something and suddenly the ad pops up i find it very freaky and i have to not think about it have to not think about their hearing us they're they're seeing as but a lot of research says that the more decisions and choices you have it's actually harder to make a good decision so it's like fine already i'll just go ahead and buy that thing that you're telling me i need even though i know i don't need it because it's they've used so many different choices and decisions in your head that you're brain just get so scrambled an it can't sort things out just like fine i give up mercy right and i think one of the best times to make money decisions actually is in the morning i've thought about this a lot of thought about when do i make better money decisions and wonder why make some questionable money decisions but i think in morning you're brain is fresh and you haven't stressed all day long you haven't had all of those decisions and choices thrown at you so you're likely to make a better decision you could still make a not so great decision morning i'm not saying just 'cause she get up early you're suddenly immune to this but it is when your brain is fresh so i give myself this is my personal rule on anything over a hundred bucks a twenty four our window to decide if i'm okay with that decision and most times they end up just waiting or either getting a better deal or i just decided i don't need is a thing but you can set up whatever rule if you want a week or twelve hours two hours of whatever it is for you in any denomination that works if you're budget but i think sending some sort of guidelines and then holding yourself accountable will stop you from making some of those impulse buys that you later regret or maybe not regret because i know why a lot of impulse things and i don't necessarily regret them but i do think i could probably do something a little bit better without cash and i think there's a lot of evidence that points cheer brain pain and its effect on your bank account and the cool part is this is something you can totally control this is up to you you could just decide how you respond in also uncovered your own definition of success you own definition of wealth you're own role in your life you could to make all the rules so if you haven't done this before if you haven't spent time thinking about these things i highly suggest that you do it's changed me in so many positive the ways i can't even tell you unfortunately i've had to go through a lot of crap in life in order to you to focus myself in to think about these things but i'm a tough nut to crack and i know that about myself i know that i learn things bashed one it's a really hard lesson or when life is show renaming at me telling me okay you have to pay attention an you're making bad decisions with their money and you're not feeling good you're not taking care of your health and all of that stuff is directly related because when i do the work and i do you focus on those things and i do work hard with these mindset pieces and things start flowing i mean things flow than what i'm not even i'm not even seeking the our opportunities come to me when i'm not pushing for things are when i'm not trying to take to get ahead really it sounds ridiculous but that's just by my experience and it's been my experience working with a lot of different people because it's so easy to get lost it particularly in the world we live in now it's it's easy to get swallowed up and feel like you're never gonna climb out of a pet a dad or you're never gonna get that go you wanna never gonna be able to buy the house you're never gonna be able to pay off their student loans or you're you're never gonna earn more in your career or your business is never gonna excel and we all get stuck in those in those places but understanding not powerful awful connection between your brain and how it could actually be causing the situation that you're in now and you have control over that you've got decisions to make you can change things i think that is so super cool and needs to be talked about eight ton more so take a week analyze the decisions you make around germany and why that's it just take a week and think about all the decisions you're making about money don't judge solve just jot down make note you're i phone then at the end of the week go back and see how those decisions either positively or negatively impacted your bank account and then go from there set new rules thanks so much for checking out this episode so at a big thanks to our sponsors that make the show possible remember to subscribe in your favorite podcast player so you never miss an episode but before you leave i wanna empower you to embrace where you are today the good and the not so good and remember.

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"eight ton" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"eight ton" Discussed on The MacCast

"He brings eight ton of experience in his also worked in chip design and architecture for both intel m d so this guy is incredibly talented ben eight elite at arm and now he is working for apple what could he possibly working working on now apple has a lot of various chip designs that they they do including those eight series processors assessors so it could just be more talent to add fuel to that fire but i think it's very likely that the arm processors are going to show up in mac i think apple wants to have an apple designed seep you in their machines at some point in one of the future advantages of an army base seep you might be the developers could eventually be able to build these single binary a single application that could run across both i o s an mac oes seamlessly an easily and we already know a with the current catalysts project that they're working on you i side of things so if they get that sorted out when those libraries put together and then you have a way to just simply build a single app that will run across platforms in devices that would be an incredible thing and certainly having these same processor technology in you're desktops and notebooks as you have in your tablets and you're i phones would make that a lot easier athlete but could also take on some responsibilities for the eight series development like i said a they did a whole was left on that team when gerard williams of third apples elite eight series designer left the company back at the end of march so this could just be filling the whole but i have a feeling it could be doing double duty filling that whole and also bring on some talent to leave the charge to put out eight mac with an apple designed processor maybe as early as twenty twenty and that would be amazing the question in my mind is where would apple start with they start on the high end with something like the mac pro where they don't have as many units is they they maybe sell i mean apple tens just stick with enterprise grade processors scissors like intel's eons there so the question would be kennan arm processor pull off that kind of performance or would they start with something smaller like the mac mini in maybe work up from there maybe even i mac i i dunno notebooks i i i really have no clue what which model might be the first arm based mac i have a feeling it could be any new book like the mac book something that kind of bridges the gap between an eye patch pro andy notebook maybe it'll be apple's first touchscreen mac but they say that they're never going to make it will just have to wait and see but i think it's it's just one of those things that's inevitable that eventually will have a mac with an apple design processor in it as the summer rolls on will be getting more and more certification of these designs of the upcoming i phone which should be out in the fall i phone eleven and will just call it free now for lack of better main it's likely going going to be eleven it'll be interesting to see what apple does with a marketing campaign around that a but we continue to get rumors that it will have eight triple.

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"eight ton" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"eight ton" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"It's a bully on but donna vich for years seventy three million is eight ton of money like that is but donna vich you're thirty years old thirty years old and that's you know he's hasn't been he's been on a bunch of different teams now had a really nice year kind of taking up some of v slack when victor oladipo got hurt he took on a couple of different roles over the course of the season but i i think i'm less enthusiastic about this than some of the other the other feedback i've seen you darvish is is definitely a fine player but i they're pointing a lot now indie rudy go bears and unbelievable defender basket because booked on which i think he's overrated and then on on that end and if they're gonna play division joe ingles at the four positions at all you know that that their limitations there donovan mitchell has had moments really been a good defender but mike conley you know smaller getting older all that kind of stuff like their this is a very fascinating utah team and they're they're offensive ceiling is the highest of any team in this recent vintage but i don't i don't love the the sum of their parts just yet oftens way i do yeah yeah sure i and this is now to replace derrick favors and jay crowder with bogdonovich but donna vich not eighty versatile pick and roll ball handler but ineffective one when he can get going to their that right hand an quin snyder system where they run these million pick and rolls a will set him up to do that some he's come provides more scoring a on the second unit as well i mean i think this year it's pretty good obviously i mean we didn't mention this that they were probably gonna get nikola miratec shut up mockup season for like fifty million here and then he just went back to play with barcelona angeles just left dnb eight so they they had the pivot to bogdonovich an he i think is really gonna help them up as we you're right that is putting a lot on rudy go further i mean bogdonovich is not really a you know an amazing help defender he could hold up kind of in post deepens these physical but he's not very quick maybe ingles gets those matchups they've also got roy so neil an accident there come off the bench and take some guys to if they're really struggling as well a dealer thing they did is they signed at davis as to which is one of the best contracts i think that was signed a two years at the room exception for him shut up mako season i n k p as well a that's pretty good to get him the backup rudy go bear they might wanna bring back pay you'd have a a third center as well but david now considers could actually have to let him go getting off at the rebound what's considered doesn't really do otherwise davis's effective this is a largely wasted on the offensive end in davis is knocked it'd be nearly i i really worried about their bench defense when go bears off the floor but with collie mitchell to run the form and they've got a lot of pick and roll ball handler so you'd be defense is gonna have the kind of change to just outscore any other team which with this group they probably have the ability to do so well i wanna i wanna say one other thing which is utah working their way they're trying to get their way into the rarified air conversation and one of the concerns that i have is both right now with lebron james but also theoretically let's say why is in the mix at some point somebody else they don't really have guys to defend that elite group of small small for forwards in that becomes a problem if you wanna be a conference final esther mickey mb finals you know like if they were lower james hard what about yanks who's guarding him well somebody guarding him from a few feet away in standing on his on his shoulder apparently but that's it i worry about that you know that this is a great regular like a really fun often strong regular season team if if go back and stay healthy see but that they're always going to be teams what's elite talent better deep enough an ideally have some defense to.

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Scientists find shocking levels of plastic pollution

FT News

08:37 min | 2 years ago

Scientists find shocking levels of plastic pollution

"Shocking evidence of the pollution that pervades the world oceans has come to light with the discovery of huge amounts of debris, littering, the coastline of some remote islands in the Indian Ocean, Clive cooks and the science editor discusses the scientific evidence and its investigations with Leslie hook aren't environment. Correspondent. So where exactly are the Cocos islands and what was found there? The cook hosts keeling islands pretty remote there, about two thousand kilometers northwest of the nearest point of Australia that just within the Indian Ocean. What was fun? That is really horrific amounts of plastic debris across the beaches of these twenty-seven islands only two of which are inhabited the researchers estimate. And they say this is a very conservative estimate that there were four hundred million individual pieces of plastic weighing a total of two hundred thirty eight tonnes, so a truly horrific amount of rubbish, and how does one go about measuring that tremendous amount of plastic. I mean, do people researchers physically count each plastic straw or how did it? Work. They did this team of four stray. Leeann researches led by Jennifer lavars from the university of Tasmania. They did it as professional surveyors would just making sure that they looked and counted, the plastic on every beach and not just on the surface of the beach. They went down ten centimeters. And one of the shocking findings of this survey. Is that ninety percent of the waste that they found was not visible on the surface as Jennifer told me that's just the tip of the iceberg. So if you look at what looks like a pristine beach because he's being cleaned up. The might still be horrors under the sand. Tell me a bit more about the items that they found what was prevalent. It was a horrible cross section of single use plastic items. They found for example, three hundred seventy three thousand plastic. Toothbrushes and also they found almost a million shoes. Now, these islands are in the path of something called the Indonesian through flow current. So that taking in items from right across the Pacific, which flowing past the gap between Indonesia and Australia into this part of the India, nation said that collecting stuff from right across both shores of the Pacific, and because it's a global ocean that collecting stuff, probably from the Atlantic to now this report comes at a time when there's been a surge in research into plastic waste in oceans. What's been driving this surge of new research? And what does it tell us about the human impact on the natural world? I think it's only recently that the techniques of the in developed to investigate what may be the most pernicious forms of plastic waste. And those are micro. I biz and microparticles aplastic and research labs around the world of finding new ways of looking for those. I mean, part of the driver is to find out what is happening to these plastics, when they get into living organisms, Jennifer, Labor's, the leader of this project is also looking at what happens to plastics in seabirds, and she's going to be Publishing's and stuff on that later this year, but we already know that it's having a bad effect on wildlife. Whether it's having a bad effect on people is not yet clear. I mean that research is really only just getting going toxicology labs. And is it possible to clean up all this plastic when we're talking about four hundred million pieces of plastic on the Cocos islands? I mean is it just going to stay there we can do superficial cleanups? And as part of this project after they'd counted, they did remove quite a lot of the debris. That was showing on the beaches. But you can't remove everything from under the surface, without rather, destroying the beach, because you'd have to dig it up and sifted if it was a sandy beach. And I don't think you can clean up the stuff in the open oceans. No. I mean, there are some projects to try and do that to sort of sweep the worst patches. These ocean gyros these swirling amounts, like the great Pacific garbage patch as it's come to be known. There are projects to scoop the stuff off. But from everything I've read it will only make a tiny percentage might be worth doing, but it's not going to solve the problem. We can solve the problem. Only really for the future by stopping more stuff going in, and that's something that, you know, more about in terms of this policy, that's being developed to reduce the flow of plastics into the oceans. Well, and there has been some really interesting developments in the last few days on that front to addressing the global trade. In plastic waste, which for years was really getting shipped from developed countries to developing countries for processing and then some of that would end up in the ocean. So I think the timing of this new research is really interesting on that front and earlier this month, we saw the UN vote to approve amendments to the Basel Convention, which will have the effect of making the trade in plastic waste much more difficult and will really cut down on the volume of plastics that are getting shipped around the world. Particularly from developed to developing countries. What are the targets roughly? And how can it be enforced this darn? Well, the Basel Convention is a treaty that was designed to address hazardous waste so think of a best os and incinerator ash. And this change basically adds certain types of plastics to the list of controlled substances. So mixed plastics, contaminated plastics, things that are very hard to recycle the technical details. I won't go into but the ultimate. Impact of these changes will be that the US and e you will not be able to export any of these types of plastics at all. So that is a huge shift for the other countries. There's over one hundred eighty countries that have signed the Basel Convention. They will be able to trade in these types of plastics, but only with the prior consent of the country, accepting the import, so that will add a step that will slow down those traits as well. So if wealthy countries context bought the nasty plastics, are they gearing up to recycle them at home is Britain, for example, is the US actually doing something to keep its plastics and recycle them properly here. Yes. So we've seen a huge surge in investment in the US the UK and across the EU into recycling facilities that are closer to home historically. China was, of course, the biggest center were all this recycling took place. And now that the. Trade. Patterns have shifted dramatically. We've in fact, seen several Chinese recycling companies investing in plants all across the states to take their business there. This is often an energy intensive and highly polluting industry. So it's now going to be a bit closer to the source of where the waste is coming from. And how do you think we're getting on with actually consuming fewer of these single use plastics, the plastic straws plastic cups, and will those other things that according the pollution, why think that's a really interesting question in way, that is the most important question? Because none of this really makes that much difference if everyone goes on consuming as much disposable plastic, as they have in the past, and that's the part of the equation, where we haven't seen perhaps as much movement, while there has been a great public consciousness and sort of uproar over single use, plastics, I haven't seen any research that suggests that single. Plastics have really declined yet bought in our new FTE home, Bracken house, during no, plastic cups and scores anything like that. So we're doing our bit. That's really are.

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"eight ton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"East got players. They play good. But they not at the next level. Hold on. You can look at Phil Jackson who's one eight tons of championships. He's done it with Michael Jordan when he didn't have Jordan. They went far as they can go with pip Jorg came back they want when when the Lakers was rolling. He had shock yet. Kobe. He had a pile here. Kobe when those guys wasn't rail. It was a different situation. So I don't wanna say it tie Louis. Just a whisper because he was attached to that particular player. Anyone the championship with that particular player every single coach in every sport? That's the way it is. When they have superstars I was. I was safe. It's not hear what you're saying. I agree with especially when it comes to Phil Jackson, and And I'm I'm not not saying saying. feel great. All right. Well, coach wins without good players. That's all I'm saying. But take for instance, with duck rivers was able to do when it's best player was traded think about Tom Tobago and Derrick rose in and out of the lineup constantly and yet that team continue to find ways to win Vogel. Who's another name that's been mentioned. He lost Paul George and he's still managed to find a way to get the Pacers to win. So we I'm not saying tie Lou kit, do it. But what I'm saying is we see examples of coaches demonstrate ability to do it. And when you give it a higher with LeBron James you need to you need to air on the side of experience versus what if the Lakers will have a head coach time by the time. We get to the end of the finals or the lottery or the draft in who knows exactly what the timeline is. But by the time they have their first game sometime in the fall. They're going to have a head coach. The the interesting part to me at least is is who exact. Is the one that is making this decision. Who is the one that's coming up with plan b who is the one that's gonna decide exactly which direction they want to go and Stephen a Smith things that he knows the people they're gonna make this call Kurt Rambis, and Linda Rambus has other two individuals prominently running the Lakers organization as we speak. The same was a head coach thought of a two years, ladies and gentlemen is reckless thirty two and one thirty two. That's a nineteen percent. When it presents. Nineteen minutes. Our? Thirty two to one. So. Like, thirty two whatever it was. I was not that bad. He said, I t painting. This is don't worry. I got this. I got this girl to be trust me..

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"eight ton" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"West bend up on the Dan Donald show. What's going on surf? The Democrats used the marijuana referendum to check up their vote for governor. Now, I think we should have a referendum on Kelly elections to. Post birth abortion on. Too. I assume you're talking about a partial birth abortion ban or third trimester abortion ban. You you don't actually want to legalize pose Ortho? I wanna I wanna ban it. Yeah. Sure. Audio even just that. But post birth abortion infanticide, right, right? I'll get everybody. Roiled open ill come out and vote mostly Republicans probably and helped Kelly get elected. That's certainly the possibility that I know has been discussed it in the wake of walkers laws that was the thinking that and this was before remember in November Ralph north and Kathy TRAN and the Virginia pro post birth abortion. Democrats had yet to gin up this controversy about this. They were talking about maybe putting a pro second amendment referendum up there to to protect hunting in Wisconsin or something like that. I actually condone and agree with this strategy wholeheartedly anything that can drive people to the ballot. You know, Democrats are going to do it. You know, Democrats are going to use any possible thing they can to try to squeeze every last vote automobile walkie, and Dane counties, you might as well do the same the twenty twenty presidential election and the twenty twenty two Google. To'real election are likely to both be one in lost exactly where the supreme court election was one for conservatives the FOX valley. That's the swing area you're likely to see Dane county and Milwaukee county turn out eight ton of oats and the election. Really swung on the fact that Milwaukee didn't quite keep up with Dane Milwaukee. Turn out a ton of votes in the gubernatorial election in eighteen because of that marijuana referendum in two thousand nineteen Dane county. Still turned out a ton of votes, but proportionately Milwaukee wasn't keeping up and because haggen ran so strong in the northeast part of the state and in that swing area and area. That's typically a swing area of the FOX valley. He just dominated that was enough to make up the Dane county advantage the Milwaukee county advantage. This is just how elections are going. I said earlier in the show that Democrats nationally. Start with somewhere in the neighborhood of two hundred twenty electoral votes that this is essentially the coasts against the rest of the country with a couple of exceptions. There are some swing states sprinkled in like North Carolina will occasionally go Republican Florida, I think is trending red. But it's a swing state. You've got though, New York and the the northeast Washington DC, or you know, Virginia, I think is gone as swing state. That's a blue state now, basically up and down the eastern seaboard. That's all blue same thing on the west coast, Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona's holding on for dear life as a red state. New Mexico is already gone and Democrats think through illegal immigration, and they've just got to wait a few years for the children of illegal immigrants born here. They're going to be able to flip Texas if they do then it's done it's over, and that's pretty much the key. That's what they talk about. When they talk about demographic changes when they talk about a changing America what they're talking about his flipping Texas that literally just. Down to that. But in Wisconsin, we've got the same thing. The only place Democrats are in this state in any meaningful numbers is Milwaukee. And madison. Nice. Aw guy. I think he works for think progress or something like that. Now, he's running to be the next democratic chairman of Wisconsin over the weekend tweeting out about gerrymandering in Wisconsin. And how assembly Republicans lost the quote assembly popular vote, which isn't actually a thing. But he's saying look the only reason Republicans can win is because the districts are show gerrymandered. No, it's self selection. It's where Democrats choose to live. They live in exactly two areas, the Madison metropolitan area and the Milwaukee metropolitan area, and there are scattered pockets of democrat voters in south western Wisconsin, which I've truly never understood I think it's more of a function of being in the Madison media market and hopefully with with this program and with yeah, you w Platt fill the university's typically turn out a lot of votes, just because of the sheer numbers of college students that's a possibility Dave, but there are pockets of democratic voters. But if you take a look at the twenty eighteen. Map the county by county and more significantly precinct by precinct map voting district by voting. It's overwhelmingly read if an alien looked at that map, you would think that Scott Walker won in a landslide. But because the population density is so great in Milwaukee and Madison those two areas are what turn out votes. Those two areas are the only places that Democrats can really look for votes, whereas Republicans need to run up the margins in northeast, Wisconsin as Hagedorn did at especially in the FOX valley, they need to work as hard as possible to make the FOX valley area with relatively speaking. A lot of votes, certainly nowhere near Milwaukee and Madison, but a lot of votes that can be swung and Donald Trump's strengthen this state is that he is very very strong in northeastern Wisconsin, he's very strong in the rural areas of this state that is Trump country. So it's going to come down essentially to the FOX valley, and whatever. I firmly believe so goes the FOX valley so goes pretty much every election in this state. You can basically take a look at two different things one the turnout in Dane in Milwaukee county. If turnout is just overwhelming the democrat is likely to win. But if the Republican is running up the score in the FOX valley if it's not somewhere in the neighborhood of fifty five forty five if it's closer to sixty chances are the Republican is going to win. Okay. Coming up next. I have got to get to this latest impeachment push. That now Sally Yates, the former acting attorney general is calling for Joe Biden is endorsing. At bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering.

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"eight ton" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on AP News

"Eight tons of pangolin scales. Over the past week. That's a global record that spurred calls for more protections for the animals, the scales were found in shipping containers and have been linked to four species of pangolins native to Africa officials found a record fourteen point two tonnes of the scales. Hidden among packets of frozen beef on April third five days later, they found fourteen more tons in four hundred seventy four bags in another container. The National Parks Board Singapore customs and the immigration and checkpoints thority said in a statement Wednesday that the cargo was declared as Cassius seats both shipments were en route from Nigeria to Vietnam. The pangolin is said to be the most widely traffic mammal in the world and its scales are in high demand in Asia for use in traditional Chinese medicine. Charles van Doren who as a dashing young academic rose and fell as a corrupt game show contestant in the nineteen fifties. Inspiring the movie quiz show has died. He was ninety three. Then Dorn died of natural causes Tuesday at a care center for the elderly in Canaan, Connecticut van Dorn was the central figure in the TV game show scandals of the late fifties. And eventually pleaded guilty to perjury for lying to a grand jury that investigated them he made fourteen electrifying appearances on twenty one in late nineteen fifty six in early nineteen fifty seven beating thirteen competitors and winning then record one hundred twenty nine thousand dollars because the show producers provided him with the answers following the quiz show scandal. He also wrote and published several books, including the top selling how to read a book along with Mortimer Adler, also the joy of reading and a history of knowledge past present and future. There's a warning for doctors against abruptly taking long term pain patients off of opioid painkillers AP's. Jackie Quinn reports the food and Drug administration says it..

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"eight ton" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on AP News

"Jackie quinn. Washington. Singapore has seized more than twenty eight tonnes of pangolin scales. Over the past week. That's a global record that spurred calls for more protections for the animals, the scales were found in shipping containers and have been linked to four species of pangolins native to Africa officials found a record fourteen point two tonnes of the scales. Hidden among packets of frozen beef on April third five days later, they found fourteen more tons in four hundred seventy four bags in another container. The National Parks Board Singapore customs and the immigration and checkpoints of thirty said in a statement Wednesday that the cargo was declared as Cassius seats both shipments were en route from Nigeria to Vietnam. The pangolin is said to be the most widely traffic mammal in the world and its scales are in high demand in Asia for use in traditional Chinese medicine. Investigating the investigators. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Attorney general William Barr told lawmakers today he's begun an investigation into whether proper procedure was followed at the start of the Russia investigation and the twenty sixteen Trump campaign team, I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying did occur. He says he is still working to release much of the special counsel's report within about a week European Union leaders and Britain have agreed to allow another Brexit extension. Move to act Tober thirty first giving more time for parliament to find the best possible solution. If you own a Ford f one fifty twenty fifteen through twenty nineteen model, you might be under recall. Our Mike have been reports. The automaker says the recalls to fix problems with engine block heater cables that can cause fires dealers are replacing them. Rough driving with heavy snow in south and North Dakota from a spring storm. I'm Jacky Quin. More news right after.

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"eight ton" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Joel Klatt who's going to be part of day. Two of the NFL networks draft jolt Joel's gonna be on the set with me DJ and Charles night to okay and from Nashville he said that the chargers patriots giants are all interested in Josh Rosen, which makes eight tonne of sense. If I'm the giants bring 'em in bring 'em in Pat Shurmur is not going anywhere. So he would actually have two years this year and next under this system, and one would think a shot at maybe if he li- struggles despite what Dave Gettleman has to say about his viability starting quarterback, you have them right there. So you're trading. What their thirty seventh overall pick? Yes. I do that. Are we do that? Would you? If you're a giant fan, would you be fine of trading Odell Beckham for Djibril peppers, Josh Rosen and the third round selection. If the giants flip the mid mid round mid mid round, I would you be fine with that your giant fan? You got Rosen. So you'd have saquon from last year, basically, take saquon and Rosen from last year's draft and a terrific terrific. Defensive player that you drafted six peppers who was a first round selection from last year is well and third round pick. You just don't have Odell anymore. Are you fine with that? If that's the way it all comes out in the wash. You have to be if you think that Odell wasn't gonna stick around anymore. The giants were that they thought that Odell was looking at the Mr. big chest exit strategy via Instagram and social media to get signed him. I know, but who after this year he's done with his guaranteed money on his contract. Now, that's when as you know, when players begin ANSI, and if they have the ability to use social media to get out Antonio Brown, just gave the blueprint. We'll discuss that. And your phone calls. Eight four four two four rich. Look at the brackets big night for us big night for us this week sixteen returns and Pat Williams who's been in the business of the association for fifty years. He's in our number two surprises. Well, March madness is upon us. And Dan, Patrick has you covered. I probably wouldn't do the hat because I don't wanna I don't wanna mess up the hair. Join Dan and the danettes as they keep up with every twist and turn the NCWA tournament on

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9 Tons of Pangolin Scales Are Seized in Hong Kong

Financial Issues

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

9 Tons of Pangolin Scales Are Seized in Hong Kong

"Officials say a record eight tons of pangolin scales. And more than a thousand elephant tusks have been seized for shipping container in Hong Kong in January. The Hong Kong authorities got a tip off regarding a suspect shipment coming from Nigeria. They inspected a refrigerated cargo container and found a record haul inside more than eight million dollars worth of pangolin scales. And the tusks of five hundred elephants experts estimate that around thirteen thousand highly endangered pangolins were killed for that shipment. Pangolins also known as scaly ant-eaters are prized shaina their meat and the perceived medicinal value of their

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"eight ton" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Parts studios. Beers eight-tonne shed. Well, there was in the break the bait throw by Goth sitting here, ripping him saying how much he needs the training wheels and the helicopter parenting of Sean McVeigh and on third down third and ten months. You Brandin cooks with big catch on a big throw seventeen yarder by Goth? That was perfect. You add a penalty there as well. Up now thirteen to ten the lead for the saints as Todd Gurley punched it in. So there's girlie girlie I guess around for short yardage situation. I imagine that he's going to be used a little bit more in the second half. You've got a football game now. And you'd have to think that if you're the saints. You're feeling a lot where you've had some opportunities in this first half to really put this thing out of reach. And when you've had to go down and create drives sustainable drives and move the football down the field. It's been a little more difficult when it's been gifted to you off that interception in the first quarter and you still walk away with a field goal. Your second in as many possessions in the red zone. You look up and you're thinking six nothing then you get up thirteen nothing off the touchdown. But even still. You cannot trade this deep in the season. There's just no shot of doing it touchdowns for field goals, and it might have caught up to them not that they're going back and forth right now in the final twenty three seconds of the second quarter. But the Rams who have established that drive that drive that they needed to now get into this game. And sometimes just need your bell rung. Sometimes it's just you get that Hooker that cross in the ring and wakes you up in the first round, you might need around. Start looking at your trainer, and you have these conversations. If you go in there and cut guys fixing your nose, and you come back, even more aggressive. It's woken you up. And this offense with the Rams that drive on a crucial third down as time is running out. They're still on their side of the field. They haven't even crossed over yet. Nothing is guaranteed except the punt after that. And maybe they're gonna have stones on them and fake another putt. But at that point, you think they're kicking the ball away. That's their shot to get points up on the board. And I said that before we broke which is there's a difference. There's a difference mentally not only on the board where you see thirteen ten versus thirteen to six. But there's a difference now of how you got to that. It's one thing to lead your team down the field. And once again, you have to settle for a field goal because things got tight in the red zone, and you were unable to truly capitalize on scheme or just getting a guy open or running one of your two really successful running back. From last week. Moving away from that settling trying to out think yourself doesn't work you settle for another field goal or momentum. And momentum comes on a seventeen yard gain where you're down third and ten and here you have Brandin cooks making a hell of a catch over the shoulder and Jared Goff doing something that needed to have been done at some point in this half. And yes, you're better off now. How it's been where you've struggled. You've started to get your feet under you, but it's taken a little bit. You're feeling out the saints your defenses allowing you in this keeping you in this football game. But your offense isn't really clicking until the end. And now you go into the half feeling that where's the saints? All of a sudden have been pushing and the saints have been the ones who have been the aggressors and pushing the momentum now center on their heels. Yeah, they have a lead. But they're looking around thinking. We had two opportunities in the red zone. And we only walked away with six points. And we've done a pretty good job on Goth. And here he is making that throw. It's frustrating and deflating. I think when you go into the half at home. With such a loud home field advantage that you turn around and you have to ask questions at the half. You're not making statements you're asking questions now, that's a difference. And that's the difference in mentality. That will have to see in the second half to see what drew Brees and Sean Payton have to do if they lose this football game. Establishing home field knowing their records. Sean Payton undefeated at home in the playoffs. Drew Brees six in New Orleans when the playoffs comes to town, so lose I I don't care who the team is. Because clearly, we know the Rams art night and day better than them. This is not a scenario. I'll give you that of a team that through divisional, and seeding purposes is now hosting like the sixth seed, this is not the case. So the Rams technically this is what we asked for one too. So I'm not gonna sit here and sports radio it and say it's going to be the most a fleeting loss in the history of postseason football, eighty three was part of one of them. Frank Reich was part of the other one. It's not going to be that. But this goes down as a major knock on both Peyton and breeze almost to the point at which. Yeah, you get. Super Bowl and you get hall of fame careers for both of them. But you start asking more questions you start asking what happened in this first half you start asking how did a young up and coming coach with a quarterback? Yeah. That defense is monstrous, but with a quarterback who had to hold his hand really for the most part. And now bursts out you've allowed to make a couple of throws. And you walk away losers at home in New Orleans. I'm not gonna say gift wrapped. But this thing was pretty close to it. To where all you had to do was come in and shake off. Whatever was we thought knocked off from last week last week was the time the eagles come out. They put up fourteen points before you can even Blake. And you think well this saints team has been offered two weeks. Really didn't even give a damn about the last week of the season. So it would stand to some reason just a little reasons all I'd ask you to stand next to that. They need some time that they would need a half. And we saw fake punt change everything. Now, they had a defensive play as well that cut a shut the eagles down. But we saw the dynamic of that game change significantly in all of a sudden the saints wake up, and you would think that would carry over because it's the small tournament in which both breeze and Peyton have already been through in one. And you would think that that momentum and that type of energy and the type of success that they had on the field for the saints would carry over. But here we are at it is as close and as tight as it gets outside of being a tie right now. And you have to think that people in this New Orleans Saints locker room are feeling that as well. Look at the second game coming up on cheddar at shadow show the poll update that as well. It's Espy nation radio..

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"eight ton" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on Slate's Working

"What's what is actually on your plate? I have eight ton of meetings. If feels like I'm just in meetings, Monday through Friday, all Jay, I'm so I spent a lot of my time there like the catalog that you're talking about is at the is that the buyer meetings is it what is I mean, it's catalog it's the buyer meetings. It's calls with the various agencies that we work with were constantly collaborating with people across the museum. So I'm meeting with museum marketing museum press teams the membership team where else my spending might time. I think I mentioned earlier that I sort of act as a quarterback right like. There's an idea, and then I need to like pop it over to a bunch of different people to make a come to life. So I think a lot of it is briefing people in getting them up to speed on what we're working on prioritizing focusing on the question, I'm asking everyone at the end of these interviews is what their favourite piece of art at MoMA is. However, I think in your case Carol says, what's your favorite thing in the store love that Clinton. The I'll give you chance to market again, if you want I'm work here is about your about the art, but you can give. My favorite pieces store. I think is like a there's a group answer. So it's my coffee ritual right now, I'm using a French press that I got in the design store that I love for my coffee every morning. And then if it's a weekend, I put it in my ember mug, which is a mug that keeps my coffee warm at the perfect temperature that I like to drink it at it's seems like a kind of sharper image, kind of like the moment designs. So I love that when I'm at home. And then I have a travel coffee mug that I'm using that. I think is called the kick co and it has to openings and keeps my coffee really warm, but like third in my Tope bag, and it won't spill on my way to work, and it has like you can drink around all sides of the opening rather than like in a small specific whole if you bought a coffee Cup to go somewhere. Cool. Yeah. Okay. So you can do better coffee drinking through design is okay. So that might be a headline upcoming Email. I've missed my more lucrative. And then and the art I'd say right at this moment, my favorite piece of art in the museum is the contender series. Where the film department plays all of the contenders for the upcoming award season. So it's films that I can bring my friends to my family to and we can enjoy a great movie together at MoMA. It's just convenient very convenient. When we should send you the list of contenders. So good also good marketing. That's all right. Thanks so much for coming to talk. Really? Appreciate it. It's been really fun talking to you. That's it for this week's episode of working, and that brings us to the conclusion of our series on York's museum of modern art. I hope you enjoyed the show. I hope you enjoyed this season. I have a lot of fun putting it together. If you enjoyed it. Please leave us review at apple podcasts. If you've got questions comments further thoughts Email me at working at slate dot com, and that's working flight dot com. I sometimes respond a little bit late. But I always try to sponde- the producer. I'm working jesmyn, Molly. And this week I'm gonna finish off with two special. Thanks the first as always to Justin de right for the ad music. The second goes to Mark. I never got Mark last name. But he is the sound engineer. The museum of modern art who recorded most of these interviews, and he was an absolute joy to work with the total. Pro Mark you keep doing you. Anyway for the rest of you listening. We're going to be taking a couple of weeks off to get started on the next season. But hope you catch us next time. I'm working.

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"eight ton" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Right for your business, Tom you've given us eight ton of great value bombs. I mean financially. I hope you go back if you times and listen through that first section. We're Tom talked about how with no website needed. Just basically a YouTube account. You can go through that. What was it like four or five step process? And there's another dozen of those that you can do John. So there's not the only one, and that's just one of a dozen fire nation. So this is the thing that hope opened up opens up your mind opens up here. Just ability to see the opportunities that are out. There starts to get that revenue coming in the diverse. Streams that we talked about all important stuff. Tom. We could talk for a long time about those other twelve things we haven't mentioned yet. But just take a minute here. Give us one key. Takeaway that you wanna make sure our listeners get from our chat here today. The main thing John this is the best time on the face of the earth to start or improve your business because of the extremely powerful tools that all these techno geeks are creating for us. So us marketers and make get rich on it. So. But you have to keep in mind. The when people ask me on success kind of things like what's the main thing to be successful? Number one, persistence, number two consistency. Number three is copywriting. That's I mean, the the number one skill in my entire forty one years of formal businesses being able to write words and say, whereas at what make people want to buy so increase your knowledge, and you'll be able to do this with low risk and very high return. Give us a final call to action. If we want to learn more about you to engage more with you. How can we do that? There should be a Lincoln your show notes. But I started a podcast, and the John was part of the the inspiration for that called screw the commute because I never had a job since high school actually, I own five apartment buildings in a hotel before I graduated call. So you can do, you know, if you take action and do like, I said do this you can you can really? Make your own life in and set the world on fire. Not just the John's podcast love it all will fire nation as always year, the average of the five people you spend the most time with who you've been hanging out with today hanging out with TA and J L D today, the king of coaching our and I forgot they gotta give away giveaway for him. John. An I'm sorry. I forgot about the the.

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What Exactly Are Frankincense and Myrrh?

BrainStuff

06:42 min | 2 years ago

What Exactly Are Frankincense and Myrrh?

"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff Lauren Vogel bomb here. If you've heard of frankencense and Moore, it's probably thanks to the biblical account of the birth of Jesus. According to the book of Matthew chapter, two wise men. Followed a bright star in the east of Bethlehem to where Jesus had been born and presented him with gifts of gold frankencense and Moore during the Christmas season depictions of this event, Argub it quits in American culture, decorating, churches, and shopping, malls alike. But don't let the shiny tinsel and festive candidates distract you from our question today. What exactly are frankencense and mirror? Both frankencense are derived from tree sap or gum resin and are prized for their lowering fragrances frankencense is a milky white resin extracted from species of the genus bus. We Leah which thrive in arid cool areas of the Arabian peninsula, east Africa and India the finest and most aromatic of the species is bus willia- sacra, a small tree that grows in Somalia, Oman and Yemen, these plants which grow to a height of about. Sixteen feet or five meters have papery bark sparse branches of paired leaves and flowers with white petals and a yellow or red center murder is a reddish resin the comes from species of the genus come four, which are native to northeast Africa. And the adjacent areas of the Arabian peninsula. Come a foreign Mira a tree commonly used in the production of Moore can be found in the shallow. Rocky soils of Ethiopia Kenya. Amman Saudi Arabia and small it boasts shiny branches was sparsely that grow in groups of three and can reach a height of nine feet or about three meters. The process for extracting, the sap of these trees is essentially identical harvesters make a longitudinal cut in the tree's trunk which pierces gun resin reservoirs located within the bark the sap slowly uses out from the cut and drips down the tree forming tear-shaped droplets, they're left to harden on the side of the tree. These beans are collected after two weeks people in east Africa and the Arabian peninsula, had produced frankencense and Merv for some five thousand years for much of this time these. Medic resins were the region's most important commodity with a trade network that reached across Africa, Asia and Europe today. Demand for frankencense and Moore has subsided a bit, but numerous Chinese Greek Latin and sanskrit texts reminders of their past importance frankencense and Moore were desired for personal religious and medicinal use in a time before daily bathing people would use the sweet smoke from the resins to make themselves. Smell better. Egyptian women would mix frankencense ash into their I shadow these substances were also widely used in religious ceremonies and burials, according to the Greek writer here notice Egyptians used both frankencense and myrrh in preparation of animals sacrifices and human mummies Jews incorporated them into their religious ceremonies by the third century, BC and Christians by the fourth century, CE the residents also had medical uses in the papyrus Ebbers from fifteen hundred BC priests recommended both resins for the treatment of wounds other ailments. They were once reported to cure included, hemlock poisoning leprosy were. Terms snake bites? Diarrhea plague scurvy and even bald this the high demand for frankencense and Moore created a booming trade in the Middle East lasting several hundred years in the first century, CE around the height of this trade. Plenty the elder claims that Arabia produced approximately one thousand six hundred eighty tonnes about fifteen hundred metric tonnes a frankencense and around four hundred forty eight tons or four hundred metric tons of mir- each year, one of the most important trade centers surrounded and a waste and modern day. Southern Oman this outpost exported frankencense across best Petya India and China for about three hundred BC e to the third century. See the ruins of the settlement remain as UNESCO world. Heritage site known as the land of frankencense, clearly frankencense and Moore were widely available when the wise men visited the baby Jesus around five BC and would have been considered practical gifts with many uses the expensive resins were symbolic as well. A frankencense which was often burned symbolized prayer rising to the heavens like smoke. While mirror, which was often used in bombing symbolized death. So scholars think that frankencense was presented to the infant Jesus to symbolize his later role as a high priest for believers while Mur symbolized, his later, death and burial frankencense and Moore may not be as popular as they once were. But they're still used today in some ways that you might not expect their common ingredients in modern, perfumes, and cosmetics. Continuing a tradition that's lasted years. Scientists are finding new uses for the substances as well. Recent studies suggest that frankencense or its extracts may help intriguing asthma. Rheumatoid arthritis Crohn's disease, and osteoarthritis researchers have also discovered possible benefits of murder in the treatment of gastric ulcers tumors and parasites. This episode was written by Clint pump free and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other spicy topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. You're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever

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"eight ton" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Where it's eight dick zony and theory of the world after kris and the idea that this is kind of the first potential for stock enable swing back away from centralization in big technology right now eight ton of power has humiliated in the hands of the famous facebook apple amazon netflix google where if you look at for instance like the ad industry the power over the control of information that's one way multiple ends like essentially monopolistic behavior but there's also monopoly behavior in terms of just like again like rating reality bubbles thing i mentioned earlier who says what truth is where basically just like since the mid thousands concentration in these handful of players that matter to the detriment of frankly the rest of the silicon valley ecosystem even like there's some upside in that okay if you have any modicum of success you can assume that like facebook scooping you up is like maybe an option like they'll just by you up for your talent and take you up making not a competitor anymore and that's kind of a good thing if you're like someone who needs actually like get money back to your venture capitalists investors or you know bill to afford a home in silicon valley but at the same time you know having only handful companies have that much power has downside and so having the potential to make all these allegations that we have that make the modern world is impressive the the fact that we have these phones in our pockets that gives us access to all the world's information and ability to communicate with our friends family and.

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"eight ton" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Really hooked into something in my essence about traveling curiosity going out to meet new people i don't know where it's gonna take me but i feel this is what i was meant to do this episode is sponsored in part by skill share skill shares in online learning platform with over twenty thousand classes in business marketing technology design and more you can take classes and social media marketing data science web development unit they got it so whether you're trying to deepen your professional skill set trying to start that side hustle or maybe you're exploring new passion skill share is there to keep you learning and thriving and jen is obsessed with the skill share have you dug into this at all jason i have i have i'm actually learning piano from several different teachers unskilled share i can i do i do a mean chopsticks now you're going to be impressed next time you come to town i can't wait i will yes i will i will do with my magical ivory tickling skills that i've learned on skill share but i'm learning eight ton about music and music theory using skill share i love it yeah jen learns everything from adobe audition to like organizing bookshelf and there's all these diy things on there while she's like oh i'm building mobile closet or whatever i don't know everything is on their join the millions of students already learning on skill share today with a special offer just for my listeners get two months of skills here for ninety nine cents that's right skill share is offering the jordan harbinger show two months of unlimited access to over twenty thousand classes for just ninety nine cents that's under a dollar a dollar to kill to go sign up go to skill share dot com slash jordan again go to skill show dot com slash jordan to start your two months now hey this skills here dot com slash jordan in tell us what you're learning thanks disembodied voice you're welcome this episode is also sponsored by hostgator i'm sure you know someone who built their entire online presence on my space back in the day and then maybe kicked themselves when everyone bailed don't be that person build your own home on the web using host gators website builder you can easily very easily in fact greater professional looking in featurepacked website best part no coding.

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"eight ton" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"Who the fuck his nj tons they get nobody let me ask you what is change eight tonnes i'll doing now to be better than the rest i'm just making music and trying to you know be better than r kelly you're trying to i'm trying to many the best art kelly that the world song let me as your question about that are kelly you know have you are you aware what's going on lately with our kelly i don't know much about what's going on but i know that you know saying he'd be doing yata and they yada yada in the book but yo is music music what do you feel about as music he seems like you're really into into it but you'll this certain dudes out there that did it before okay they don't are you familiar with the metoo movement or time is up movement right now i respect any woman that doesn't wanna suck my dick really respect you truce when date you don't wanna do it you can step out feel me what most men get upset what separates you how do you how do you get to that mind state of like at whatever may i might be a little upset i might be like you'll what you mean wink or something like dig don't you want this job don't you wanna be successful shit like you'll think about your fucking family and she you know what i'm saying think about beating everybody you know what i'm saying right yo when i go to work every day i got a choice to make if i'm going fucking jumping apolo shit or not you feel me i'm not going jumping polish shake 'cause i'm gonna make what fifty thousand hundred thousand you think you'd pay me on bals are jumping apolo shit nah you know what speaking getting paid is stanley still paying you he'll not worry about money my nigga i'm trying to become a god you're trying to be a god as well what do you think it takes.

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"eight ton" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"Who the fuck his nj tons they get nobody let me ask you what is change eight tonnes i'll doing now to be better than the rest i'm just making music and trying to you know be better than r kelly you're trying to i'm trying to many the best art kelly that the world song let me as your question about that are kelly you know have you are you aware what's going on lately with our kelly i don't know much about what's going on but i know that you know saying he'd be doing yata and they yada yada in the book but yo is music music what do you feel about as music he seems like you're really into into it but you'll this certain dudes out there that did it before okay they don't are you familiar with the metoo movement or time is up movement right now i respect any woman that doesn't wanna suck my dick really respect you truce when date you don't wanna do it you can step out feel me what most men get upset what separates you how do you how do you get to that mind state of like at whatever may i might be a little upset i might be like you'll what you mean wink or something like dig don't you want this job don't you wanna be successful shit like you'll think about your fucking family and she you know what i'm saying think about beating everybody you know what i'm saying right yo when i go to work every day i got a choice to make if i'm going fucking jumping apolo shit or not you feel me i'm not going jumping polish shake 'cause i'm gonna make what fifty thousand hundred thousand you think you'd pay me on bals are jumping apolo shit nah you know what speaking getting paid is stanley still paying you he'll not worry about money my nigga i'm trying to become a god you're trying to be a god as well what do you think it takes.

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"eight ton" Discussed on Startup Financial News

Startup Financial News

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"eight ton" Discussed on Startup Financial News

"Doc or spreadsheet to help track and manage the process and that always would work well for about the first week and then it became this unwieldy messed so he had this piffle a few years ago of really building a dedicated you know crm sweet and platform for doing investor management managing your fundraise managing your investor relations and that's been fun it's been a really good time we we launched the product in two thousand sixteen and since then we're over our customers have raised over seven hundred fifty million so we're getting some good results but just a few months ago getting to the podcast you know had this idea and like i'm kind of espousing and always promoting this certain way of fundraising which is building a funnel and running a process and i repeat that over and over several times a day usually to our customers and other people but i went to kind of get like external opinions on we started this podcast where i'm literally just interviewing founders who have recently raised money and as i call it unpacking how they did it and i'm kind of actually learning a ton of i've been fundraising for a decade plus i'm actually learning eight ton of new tips on how unders are you know getting the deal done getting momentum doing the rounds and so that's what the podcast is all about so it's basically just literally granular getting into the weeds get into details of how did you raise that seed route and how did you raise that series so yeah.

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China minister says trade war with US would be 'disaster'

01:19 min | 3 years ago

China minister says trade war with US would be 'disaster'

"The first women driven political protest in us history and i guess i we can keep leading up by the british for just just a just a moment here the brits the brits were also behind the opium wars yes this was a trade war that turned into a real war uh in the 1800s the brits were importing a lot of tea from china and they didn't like the trade deficit so they started to export opium to china which caused than opium epidemic in china china put a tariff on the opm in then banned it altogether this led to the very bloody opium wars which actually began with sort of a version of the boston tea party a chinese version the chinese seized and destroyed a thousand tonnes of british opium which is not easy giarra todd let's finish up i'm going to thi this went up for your with three words sock castro cuba cigars there you go jfk bought 1200 cuban cigars for personal use the day before he signed the trade embargo with cuba so we'll see if trump buys eight tons of chinese steel for personal use before the tariffs go into effect um and if i could just add a lesser known addendum.

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