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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

07:11 min | 7 months ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Could create the ping by accident in two thousand fifteen scientists from the university of california. San diego led by peter. Worcester conducted the canada basin acoustic propagation experiment or canopy from two thousand. Fifteen to two thousand. Seventeen worcester's team submerged transmitters in the arctic ocean which broadcast low frequency radio waves underwater. He hoped to learn about how the changing ocean conditions altered the way the seafloor sounded perhaps canopy distressed wildlife and inadvertently created the ping. Several canadian journalists interviewed the scientists behind the project asking if it was possible that canopy had unintentionally driven the seals out of the fury and hecklers straight worcester dismissed concerns noting that the signals they broadcast had only a maximum range of about two hundred miles. Nowhere near the distance they would need to travel to reach nunavut. He added that even if a sound wave could make it that far. They couldn't get around the many islands between canopy and the ping other accusations. Implicated the baffin land iron mines corporation as we mentioned before the windsor Was caused by factory. In the field of deep sea mining is still pretty experimental. In two thousand seventeen. Marine scientists released a study that claimed mining of any kind threatened oceanic by diversity it created pollutants kicked up clouds of sediment and destroyed natural habitats. But the boffin land iron mines corporations said they had no equipment on the bottom of the sea at all. No permits had been issued in the area seemingly confirming their statement and if the b. m. c. had been conducting an illegal mining operation surely the military survey would have picked it up the igloo. Early counters would've noticed to based on the evidence the ping probably had nothing to do with private companies which left one possibility the public sector we already discussed and ruled out military sonar drills but the armed forces us the ocean in a variety of ways perhaps the ping came from unauthorized submarine activity ended may be the precursor to an upcoming war coming up. A canadian investigator gets to the bottom of the nunavut ping episode is brought to you by casper the new casper cooling collection has everything you need to help you sleep cool all night long casper's mattresses with new snow technology hyper light sheets likely due vase and free the mattress protector or to work together to prevent overheating and keep you cool and comfortable. There wave hybrid. snow mattress. Keeps you cool for over twelve hours pulling heat away from your body for sustained. Temperature regulation a cool to the touch. Feeling much improved tomorrow casper's breathable mattress. 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The nunavut paying allegedly drove wildlife away from the fury and hecklers straight around two thousand sixteen possible explanations for the sound have included scientific sonar devices antisocial hunting activists. Ufo's and unauthorized military submarines. Since submarines use sonar to navigate some theorists. How suggested the boats in the fury and hecklers straight. Were detecting rogue subs if true. Nobody knew where they came from. Historically russia has been notorious for its widespread submarine operations. Their subs frequently patrolled the borders of sovereign waters nearly violating north american territory. Plus the federation also had a history of attempting to claim arctic land international law states that the north pool and the region around it cannot be the property of any single nation however several countries have tried to seize neutral territory most notably canada and russia if they succeeded arctic holdings would give russia a distinct advantage in trade and for military purposes as the ice cap shrank. More waterways open between russia and canadian than ever before perhaps russia's scouted these passages to see how close they could get to north america in the event of a global war. It might sound like a wild theory. But in march two thousand twenty one of video surfaced on the internet showing russian nuclear submarines breaking through the arctic ice sheets. This proved they'd been running submarine drills in the arctic and they weren't the only ones the pin could also be a chinese sub around two thousand sixteen when the ping first appeared the chinese government outlined plans to start using the northern arctic passage to trade more efficiently with north america others have suggested american submarines may be running drills as well ultimately. It's hard to say with these subs come from. Because there's no hard evidence suggesting where they originated or even if they exist and although it has several traits in common with sonar. It's not even clear. If the paying is a sonar wave moreover the fury and hecklers straight would have limited strategic value. It does connect the northernmost arctic seas to the hudson bay. But it doesn't really lead anywhere else. The straight is also dotted with many small islands. That make it difficult. For large cargo ships to easily maneuver the region could only be so useful for.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now

Let's Talk Wellness Now

05:20 min | 11 months ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now

"There are four major vaccine manufacturers in the us pfizer merck glaxosmithkline and said foa and if one of those four companies successfully develops krona virus vaccine which we know they're all in trial for it out she and the niaid santa collect half of all its royalties and companies who use the patent have to split the profits fifty fifty with the noaa d. And he claims that the gates foundation's had invested in the particular patent. I'm not sure about you guys. But if we have something someone sitting at the head of our country directing this covid nineteen pandemic that we have that stands to gain millions or billions of dollars off of it that is a conflict of interest a significant conflict of interest and. There's no reason for him to move through this pandemic until everyone is vaccinated. And that's what he's saying. Everyone needs to be vaccinated. That is a conflict of interest. As far as i'm concerned and that impairs his medical judgment in my opinion i also want to expose the cdc a little bit here Representative tom massie Republican representative in kentucky looked into whether he should get covid nineteen vaccine since he had already had the infection and uncovering research that showed vaccination offered no benefit to those who had previously been infected and in a high pri- for profile report issued by the cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices fifteen scientists stated that the pfizer bio and tech covid nineteen vaccine had consistent high efficacy of ninety two percent or more among people with evidence. Previous sars cov two infection but according to massie the cdc statement is wrong and there is no efficacy demonstrated in pfizer or maderna's trials among participants with evidence of a previous sars. Cov two infection. It took him multiple calls to the cdc and more than a month before the agency finally corrected the error but massey believes the wording still is misleading suggesting that vaccines are effective for those previously infected. Representative massey is among those who had covid nineteen and recovered and as a scientist. He looked into whether he should get cold. Nineteen vaccine uncovering that research that showed vaccination offered no benefit to those who have previously been infected. Now this is really important because there's been other evidence that has come out. That shows that people who had colds nineteen survived and got the vaccine actually have more complications post vaccine. And this is not what the cdc is recommending. So the cdc report is wrong about the vaccine's effectiveness in a very high profile report. Issued by the cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices fifteen scientists stated that the pfizer bio intact covid nineteen vaccine had consistent high efficacy of ninety two percent or more among people with evidence of previous co infection. But remember according to massie. That's sentences wrong because there is efficacy demonstrated in the pfizer trial among patients with evidence of a previous sars cov two infection. And actually there's no proof in the modern trial either. In france the health body h. a. s. does not recommend routinely vaccinating those who have already recovered from the cove nineteen stating at this stage. There is no need to systematically vaccinate people who have already developed a symptomatic form of cove nineteen unless they wished to do so following a decision shared with their doctor and within a minimum period of time three months from the onset of symptoms. Now we already know that people who who have had cove nineteen and survived. Have antibodies for a minimum of eight months. And the reason. We're saying a minimum months. Right now is that is as long as it's been since we've been testing people who have cove nineteen and we've been testing and following them for antibodies so we know for a fact. The majority of the people are going to have antibodies for eight months. It could be longer..

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on  Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson

Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson

"A lot of Americans Congressman Thomas Massie already had coronavirus and wanted to know if he should still get a covid-19 seem most everyone has had covid-19 is considered immune but how long immunity last is unknown whether it's after infection or vaccination on award winning scientists himself as he quickly found that vaccine studies showed no benefit to people who've had coronavirus vaccination didn't change their odds of getting reinfected. The controversy began when Massey noticed the CDC was claiming the exact opposite cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices had just issued a high-profile report offered by fifteen scientists. It wrongly claimed Pfizer study proved. The vaccine is highly effective or showed consistent High efficacy for people who'd already had coronavirus. Thar's Covey to it says the exact opposite of what the data says. They're giving people the impression that this vaccine will save your life, even or you know save you from suffering even if you've already had the virus and recovered which has not been demonstrated in either the Pfizer or the moderna trial the mystery deepened when Massey contacted CD-ROM for an explanation as he says he was so alarmed by the misinformation he decided to record the calls on a December 16th. Call cdc's Captain Amanda Cohn C ROM Agree that people who've had coronavirus shouldn't rush to get vaccinated. You know given that there's limited doses right now where we are you suggesting that those people who wait for that suggestion to wait has it always gotten out. Should I get the vaccine if I've already had covered it experts say it's a good idea because they're not sure how protected you are after recovering our full measure investigation examined the database reporting illness after covid-19 scenes. It shows numerous people are getting vaccinated even though they've already have the virus some experts say that's depriving others who need the vaccine most health officials in many kids say they don't have enough vaccine. It's happening across the country promised doses not delivered on the call. In fact Massey for flagging they're mistaken claim that vaccines were proven to work for people who've had coronavirus. I think we'd read that way. She'll go down the other stuff. You know, we just skipped right over it with we know we can't be perfect. I mean they're working on this thing will forever after be known at all but legalized. Okay, and they said thank you for finding the mistake. We're going to fix this and I thought well, okay problem solved. This is how government works but it didn't quite turn out that way two days later the same doctor KO nud probes to fix joined other CDC doctors in repeating the false information this time in an online session for medical professionals. They wrongly claimed studies show people who've had coronavirus home do benefit from the vaccine.

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Questions Arise Over CDC Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccines

Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Questions Arise Over CDC Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccines

"A lot of Americans Congressman Thomas Massie already had coronavirus and wanted to know if he should still get a covid-19 seem most everyone has had covid-19 is considered immune but how long immunity last is unknown whether it's after infection or vaccination on award winning scientists himself as he quickly found that vaccine studies showed no benefit to people who've had coronavirus vaccination didn't change their odds of getting reinfected. The controversy began when Massey noticed the CDC was claiming the exact opposite cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices had just issued a high-profile report offered by fifteen scientists. It wrongly claimed Pfizer study proved. The vaccine is highly effective or showed consistent High efficacy for people who'd already had coronavirus. Thar's Covey to it says the exact opposite of what the data says. They're giving people the impression that this vaccine will save your life, even or you know save you from suffering even if you've already had the virus and recovered which has not been demonstrated in either the Pfizer or the moderna trial the mystery deepened when Massey contacted CD-ROM for an explanation as he says he was so alarmed by the misinformation he decided to record the calls on a December 16th. Call cdc's Captain Amanda Cohn C ROM Agree that people who've had coronavirus shouldn't rush to get vaccinated. You know given that there's limited doses right now where we are you suggesting that those people who wait for that suggestion to wait has it always gotten out. Should I get the vaccine if I've already had covered it experts say it's a good idea because they're not sure how protected you are after recovering our full measure investigation examined the database reporting illness after covid-19 scenes. It shows numerous people are getting vaccinated even though they've already have the virus some experts say that's depriving others who need the vaccine most health officials in many kids say they don't have enough vaccine. It's happening across the country promised doses not delivered on the call. In fact Massey for flagging they're mistaken claim that vaccines were proven to work for people who've had coronavirus. I think we'd read that way. She'll go down the other stuff. You know, we just skipped right over it with we know we can't be perfect. I mean they're working on this thing will forever after be known at all but legalized. Okay, and they said thank you for finding the mistake. We're going to fix this and I thought well, okay problem solved. This is how government works but it didn't quite turn out that way two days later the same doctor KO nud probes to fix joined other CDC doctors in repeating the false information this time in an online session for medical professionals. They wrongly claimed studies show people who've had coronavirus home do benefit from the vaccine.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on  Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson

Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson

"Today, we begin with an investigation regarding the covid-19 vaccine shortages. There are serious questions about an incorrect claim made by top scientists at CDC. The nation's Premier Public Health Institute critics call it misinformation CDC chalks it up to an honest mistake. Whatever it is that resulted in vaccines going to some who are said to need it the least depriving others who are said to need at the most like a lot of Americans Congressman Thomas Massie already had coronavirus and wanted to know if he should still get a covid-19 seem most everyone has had covid-19 is considered immune but how long immunity last is unknown whether it's after infection or vaccination on award winning scientists himself as he quickly found that vaccine studies showed no benefit to people who've had coronavirus vaccination didn't change their odds of getting reinfected. The controversy began when Massey noticed the CDC was claiming the exact opposite cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices had just issued a high-profile report offered by fifteen scientists. It wrongly claimed Pfizer study proved. The vaccine is highly effective or showed consistent High efficacy for people who'd already had coronavirus. Thar's Covey to it says the exact opposite of what the data says. They're giving people the impression that this vaccine will save your life, even or you know save you from suffering even if you've already had the virus and recovered which has not been demonstrated in either the Pfizer or the moderna trial the mystery deepened when Massey contacted CD-ROM for an explanation as he says he was so alarmed by the misinformation he decided to record the calls on a December 16th. Call cdc's Captain Amanda Cohn C ROM Agree that people who've had coronavirus shouldn't rush to get vaccinated..

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on FM DOWNTOWN™

FM DOWNTOWN™

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on FM DOWNTOWN™

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"The globalist establishment is going to start working against Bernie Sanders. Because there's no way in heck. They're to let him become the nominee if he's the nominee trump cakewalks into a second term. And there's no way they can have that so they let it be known that Russia's also helping sanders campaign as well they figure that stain is GonNa Taint his campaign the same way at tainted trump's campaign at least a narrow minds the thing is that never really tainted trump's campaign it's only in their minds that attended trump but you know. Putin and NAM no apologist for Putin. But they're amending the constitution over there making it so that the parliament is a little more powerful than it has been in the past and still going to be in control over there for a long time even after he leaves office. But he's making so that there are safety valves in the system so that he can exert influence even after he leaves office but you can regarded as strengthening institutions over there instead of strengthening his overt grip. On power yes. He still has unquestionable power practically but he has to do that to keep the globalists' at bay I mean the Bolsheviks when they revolted one hundred years ago in Russia they took all mention of God out of the Russian constitution who in wants to put it back in. He also said that as long as he's president marriage bid will be defined in Russia as a union between one man and one woman that's why trump supporters don't buy into all this Russian stuff firstly. They just don't believe the Democrats when they accused trump of colluding with the Russians. And they haven't seen any concrete evidence that tells them that it's so even muller found no evidence of that but a part of the calculation is that in Russia. You see a strong patriotic leader who has been relatively successful relatively at beating back the globalist advance and the one world government crowd so they see a natural ally in them even if not an ideological one but now the global trying to pain Bernie with that same brush. They're trying to do what they can to keep him in check. Problem is Bernie. Just keep on. Truckin keeps winning primaries. He's GonNa get challenged a little bit here as the as the counter rose on because now states in the south they're gonNA start voting and that means more African American voters and so far there on convinced them perhaps rightfully so that he's GonNa be trump so this is really a smart play by the globalist if you think about it. They don't really have anything to lose by getting this out there in public this whole Russian collusion stuff if it damages sanders well and that's what they want if it galvanizes supporters by making it seem like establishment forces are trying to steal the nomination from him and his support goes up. Well you know then their plans worked beyond their wildest dreams if he can capture the presidency somehow however unlikely that may be there really is little downside to that strategy trump meanwhile just continues going about his business. The economy's holding up although wages don't seem to be going anywhere. Which is the real challenge of our economy. Americans haven't had a raise in nearly forty years. There was actually a study done recently. The found that wages have gone up as immigration has gone down but there was also another report that found that nearly three hundred seventy five thousand illegal immigrants were released into the country last year. So the magnets still exists if people are being released into the country while awaiting trial that means the problems haven't necessarily been fix the problem with the immigration system but nearly sixty one percent of Americans say they're better off the knee worth three years ago better off today than they were three years ago. People can feel it although most. Oh no they aren't aware of the real battle that's taking place. Although most trump supporters do that's happening right now and they know that something is getting better and the country's being restored to fiscal and moral health. They feel in their bones. More optimistic feeling like somebody's somewhere out there. Like people are fighting to keep us out of the abyss. That's what they're reacting to. They can't tell what it is but they like it and they feel they're benefiting by I mean the president just negotiated a peace deal between the Taliban and the Afghani government in Afghanistan which means fighting in that country is going to begin to wind down. Hopefully maybe some of our troops can start coming home instead of being in a in a in a state of never ending war which the globalist wog because it spreads instability throughout the the world and bleed us slowly of blood and treasure. So things are not great. But they're getting better. I I always bristle when people say the economy is doing great because it is doing great for wages are not going up. And as long as wages are stagnant the ECON-. I'm talking about blue collar and middle class wages not wages for people on Wall Street but as long as wages are stagnant. The economy is not doing as well as it could be doing that now. Withstanding it could be doing worse. Wages are actually going up a little bit as I just alluded to and for the lowest skilled workers the most and so that pains them pains. Globalist trump understands he sees the forces that are arrayed against us. That's why they fight him the way they do other presidents in recent history didn't fully understand didn't fully believe that we were facing such serious threats. They swallow down the lies being fed them in the fake news being fed them. Or maybe they saw but couldn't do anything about it or maybe they were complicit for all we know either way they were puppets dancing on strings. Say what you want about trump. He doesn't dance on anybody strength. The only thing that may emerge as a real threat to president trump's time in office now is this corona virus. The fighting the market may affect our health here at home. The latest on the viruses that more than eighty thousand people have been infected worldwide. It's killed close to three thousand people so far worldwide authorities the CDC is now saying that it has reached just about pandemic levels and the evidence is is unmistakable now that the virus is an engineered bioweapon that escaped contain back in two thousand ten scientists from the Wuhan Institute of Technology. That's the ESL. Four lab the biosafety level four lab. Juan conducted research with a firm in Australia on marrying merging the SARS virus with the HIV virus. You'll recall that there was SARS outbreak. Back in the in the early part of the century. Two thousand to two thousand three well back in two thousand and fifteen scientists from the Wuhan Institute of arrived you worked with scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill the develop a virus. That was the SARS virus but that had the gain of function properties. Which makes it much more contagious. Now you might ask well. Why would scientists at the University of North Carolina worked with scientists from on such a thing? Well they paid them to. The National Science Foundation of China gave the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. A grant that funded the research the National Institute of Allergy. This is not uncommon in the scientific community by the way the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases as well as the National Institutes of Health. Also funded the research along with a few other. Us institutions the cells in which they conducted these tests by the way the one from the work in North Carolina came from Fort Dietrich and Maryland basically the US is foremost bological and bio weapons research facility. So it looks like the Chinese took this research in which they combined SARS with HIV from two thousand ten that they did with the Australians and the research in which they combine SARS with gain of function properties that they did with us in two thousand fifteen and tried to merge these two supercharged viruses into one. It's called the Chimera which biology is something consisting of two different sets of DNA. It's interesting because the work conducted North Carolina also found that there was no vaccine that could be produced for the virus. They were working on and they say right in their research that they built the Dang thing while public health. I'm quoting directly from the research here. While public health measures silence the SARS outbreak recent Meta genome studies have identified sequences of closely related sars-like viruses circulating in Chinese bat populations that may pose a future threat however sequence data alone provides minimal insights to identify and prepare for future pre pandemic viruses therefore to examine emergence potential of circulating corona viruses. We built a camargue virus that encodes a novel zoonotic meaning a disease that spread from non humans to humans as zoonotic spike protein and the context of a viable corona virus backbone. They're telling US right there. They built it. They couldn't tell how deadly the virus would be just by examining the sequencing of a disease found in animals in in this case bats. That's what metronome studies are so they built one capable of being transmitted to humans. So they test it out. I mean the Chinese just last week released a paper in which they say corona her own virus originated in a laboratory in Wuhan in a in a paper titled Possible Origins of Two Thousand Nineteen Corona virus published by scientists from the South China University of Technology they write the probability was very low for bats to fly to the market the seafood market which we were being told that corona virus originated in we screen the area again. I'm reading directly from this paper. We screen the area around the seafood market and identified to laboratories conducting research on bat corona virus within two hundred and eighty meters from the market. There was the Wuhan Center for Disease Control and Prevention which hosted animals in laboratories for research purposes one of which was specialized in pathogens collection and identification. The Second Laboratory was twelve kilometers from the seafood market and belong to the Wuhan Institute of Technology. This laboratory reported that the Chinese horseshoe bats where natural reservoirs for SARS which caused the two thousand to two thousand three pandemic. The principal investigator participated in project which generated a Chimera virus using the SARS? Were Verse Genetic System and reported the potential for human emergence aigdirect. Speculation was that SARS or its derivative might lead from the laboratory the principal investigator that. They're talking about here is one of the same. Scientists that participated in the work that was done in North Carolina in summary. The research continues. Somebody was entangled with the evolution of two thousand and Nineteen Corona virus. The virus were dealing with now. In addition to origins of natural recombination an intermediate host the killer corona virus probably originated from a laboratory in. Wuhan Safety Levels may need to be reinforced. In high risk bio hazardous laboratories regulations may be taken to relocate these laboratories far away from city centre and other densely populated places and these are laboratories. Were highly dangerous. Biological Research is done. These BS four labs. We're told that they're just working on vaccines for dangerous diseases in there but really what for just about the only reason they exist is to research and develop dangerous bioweapons the World Health Organization. Sanctions these labs. They certify them. We have several here in the states. There are labs of these types and countries all over the world. That's why the. Who continues to cover for him and what happened.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

"Extra money through long term land leases with solar developers university of Massachusetts researchers are launched the study to examine the idea opponents argue that there'd be long term environmental consequences the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hauled to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses wash to shorten your gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientist removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the whale skeleton will go on display at the new marine studies building under construction at the half you'll marine Science Center in Newport I read a Foley within a being use men at the defense secretary has fired the navy secretary over a controversy involving the fate of a navy seal accused of war crimes in Iraq the Pentagon says navy secretary Richard Spencer submitted his resignation at the request of defense secretary mark asper who it says had lost trust and confidence in Spencer because of a lack of candor over conversations with the White House involving the handling of the seal case AB correspondent Ben Thomas reporting The Washington Post reports a secret White House review of president trump's decision to hold up military aid to Ukraine it reportedly found disagreement among high level government officials about the president's decision and also found that after the president made that decision there were extensive efforts to justify it London's transit operators refusing to renew who wears a license to operate in London citing safety breaches it site safety problems that it says but passengers at risk I'm ready to fall les AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

"An endangered squirrel subspecies in southeastern Arizona is fighting its way back after much of its mountain habitat was burned by a twenty seventeen wild fire the Arizona game and fish department says the mount Graham red squirrels population is stabilizing with a four percent increase recorded in September according to the department the population peaked at about five hundred fifty in the late nineteen nineties before the twenty seventeen wild fire the population range between two hundred and three hundred wildlife specialists say the results are encouraging but a lot of work is left to help protect the squirrel population the squirrels found only in upper elevation con for force of the panel in your mountains son of Hollywood favorite Tom Hanks Colin Hanks is carved out a career of his own and he leads this weekend's birthday around he's been in Fargo life in pieces and the next to Monty movie after a quick cameo in the last one how will your role expand the next chapter I am not allowed to discuss or confirm or deny anything involving the Jumanji sequel I tried with the exception of I am in it thanks talking with the Hollywood reporter he's forty two Good Morning America host robin Roberts presented an ABC TV special on country music star Dolly Parton last week dawaly seventy three and better than ever okay behind the scenes like you've never seen before okay can take you down memory lane Roberts is fifty nine and Stephen merchant helped create the original series the office for the B. B. C. and went on to extras and several others most recently seen in the **** era comedy Joe Joe rabbit directed by Taika Waititi would you say kids can watch this but I think so I think like a man she's to use humor so to bring you in for the head and walk you through this very difficult subject I think the old as you as you said the other that the message the optimism of the film is is really provide I think for children as well merchant talking with Entertainment Tonight he's forty five and that's our birthday round up for this weekend November twenty third twenty fourth I'm Bob Kessler the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hauled to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses wash to shorten your gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientists removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the whale skeleton will go on display at the new marine studies building under construction at the half field marine Science Center in Newport.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

"Tonight Show both are turning thirty eight Christina Applegate's been co starring with Linda Cardellini on the difficult to categorize Netflix series dead to me there's a lot of any trauma that has had on the drama it's a Trombidium she's forty eight and veteran actor John Larroquette recently starred in the play Nantucket sleigh ride a challenging role where he's in every single scene for the entire production I was sitting at home with Elizabeth my wife and I said you know can I carry this water at my age you know I'm not young and by any definition except maybe a tortoise and I thought it's a challenge but I I have to take it on America talking with metro focus he seventy two and that's our birthday around it for November twenty fifth I'm Bob Kessler the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hauled to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses washed ashore near gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientist removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the whale skeleton will go on display at the new marine studies building under construction at the half field marine Science Center in Newport ABC.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

"AP digital news network son of Hollywood favorite Tom Hanks Colin Hanks is carved out a career of his own and he leads this weekend's birthday around he's been in Fargo life in pieces and the next to Monty movie after a quick cameo in the last one how will your role expand the next chapter I am not allowed to discuss or confirm or deny anything involving the Jumanji sequel I tried with the exception of I am in it thanks talking with the Hollywood reporter he's forty two Good Morning America host robin Roberts presented an ABC TV special on country music star Dolly Parton last week dawaly seventy three and better than ever okay behind the scenes like you've never seen before okay can take you down memory lane Roberts is fifty nine and Stephen merchant helped create the original series the office for the B. B. C. and went on to extras and several others most recently seen in the **** era comedy Joe Joe rabbit directed by Taika watch TV would you say kids can watch this I think so I think like a man she says to use humor so to bring you in for the hand and walk you through this very difficult subject I think the old as you as you said the other that the message the optimism of the film it is it's really provide I think the children as well merchant talking with Entertainment Tonight he's forty five and that's our birthday round up for this weekend November twenty third twenty fourth I'm Bob Kessler the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hauled to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses wash to shorten your gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientist removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the whale skeleton will go on display at the new marine studies building under construction at the half field marine Science Center in Newport the US is stopping federal dollars meant for opioid addiction treatment to be used on medical marijuana the move is aimed at states that allow marijuana for medical uses particularly those leading patients with opioid addiction use pot as a treatment it's the latest example of the legal standoff between federal and state governments on marijuana while cannabis is considered an illegal drug by the feds thirty three states allow patients with a doctor's approval to use it for medical purposes then you were applies to the federal government's two main grants programs for opioid treatments and an older grant program that supports state efforts to treat alcoholism and drug addiction the rule affect the billions of dollars from the federal substance abuse and mental health services administration I'm Ben Thomas with an A. P. news man vice president Mike pence is made an unannounced visit to a rock with a dual purpose be able to spend some time with you thank you with troops stationed in the country for their service happy thanksgiving he also met with the leader of Iraqi Kurdistan offering reassurance of continued US support touting during boxes this we urge people and the people of the United States of America meanwhile the US led coalition says its forces and hundreds of US allied Syrian Kurdish commandos took part in an operation Friday that captured dozens of Islamic state militants in southeast area the largest joint operation since president trump order to pull back of US forces in Syria the chief challenger to Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is proposing a unity government with Netanyahu's Likud party than white candidate Benny guns says he would head the government for two years and then Netanyahu would lead for the following two years if he's acquitted of corruption charges in the race for the democratic presidential nomination former vice president Joe Biden has gotten a boost an endorsement from former Iowa governor Tom Vilsack Joe Biden has offered a progressive and a realistic vision of how to move our country forward Indonesia a big fine animals mummified as Jews Egypt's antiquities minister says the mummies were found in a fast necropolis south of Cairo.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

"The one millionth visitor to Petra in Jordan marked a new record in the history of the UNESCO world heritage site the treasury of Patrick is two thousand years old and it's one of the biggest tourist draws in Jordan American tourist Allison Kerry was the lucky one millionth ticket holder arriving from California on our honeymoon with her husband the newly was received gifts and public celebration at the archaeological site the chief commissioner of Petra development and tourism region authority said he hopes the total number of annual visitors will reach one point one million by the end of the year he said the recent increase in the number of tourist places some pressure on the site facilities and accommodations the authority is working on a strategic plan for the next couple of years aimed at increasing patches visibility around the world enhancing Jordan as an international tourist destination and sustaining Patrick as a world heritage site the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hall to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses washed ashore near gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientist removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the whale skeleton will go on display at the new marine studies building under construction at the half field marine Science Center in Newport the remains of what could be a Viking ship likely more than a thousand years old have been found by Norwegian officials using geo radar techniques archaeologists with no waist institute for cultural heritage research say a thirteen me to long keel was spotted in September in a field that used to be a burial mound on an island about a hundred and ten kilometers west of the city of trump time there are no immediate plans to unearth the ship itself which could be seventeen meters long I'm Ben Thomas with an A. P. news minute vice president Mike pence is made an unannounced visit to a rock with a dual purpose be able to spend some time with you thank you with troops stationed in the country for their service happy thanksgiving he also met with the leader of Iraqi Kurdistan offering reassurance of continued US support touting during boxes yes we urge people and the people of the United States meanwhile the US led coalition says its forces and hundreds of US allied Syrian Kurdish commandos took part in an operation Friday that captured dozens of Islamic state militants in southeast area the largest joint operation since president trump order to pull back of US forces in Syria the chief challenger to Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is proposing a unity government with Netanyahu's Likud party learn white candidate Benny guns says he would head the government for two years and then Netanyahu would lead for the following two years if he's acquitted of corruption charges in the race for the democratic presidential nomination former vice president Joe Biden has gotten a boost an endorsement from former Iowa governor Tom Vilsack Joe Biden has offered a progressive and a realistic vision of how to move our country forward Indonesia a big fine at this moment as Jews Egypt's antiquities minister says the mummies were found in a fast necropolis south of Cairo I'm Ben Thomas A. P. news AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

"China says its economy was two point one percent bigger than earlier estimated based on the results of the senses it's raises gross domestic product for twenty eighteen to ninety one point ninety three trillion you on or thirteen point one trillion U. S. dollars the national bureau of statistics is the revision reflects more complete measures of the services sector it raises the possibility channel reach its target of doubling its GDP between twenty ten and twenty twenty the government plans to issue revised GDP growth estimates but didn't say when China's economy expanded at an annual pace of six percent in the July through September quarter the slowest growth since nineteen ninety two Chinese economic planners are seeking to slow growth to help rebalance the economy and shift away from heavy reliance on government finance construction property development and exports toward consumer driven growth the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hauled to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses wash to shorten your gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientist removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

"The weekend after it reached a deal with unions to end a weeklong strike south African Airways on Friday said it reached an agreement with the south African and cabin crew association and the National Union of metalworkers of South Africa the deal includes a five point nine percent pay increase lower than the eight percent design it the airline is among debt ridden state owned enterprises the president's Cyril ramaposa its government is trying to revive after widespread mismanagement and corruption under the previous administration a baby giraffe found in a comatose state after being abandoned by his mother is now recovering at an orphanage in South Africa and a dog at the center named hunter has befriended him the giraffe who's been named jazz was just two days old when he arrived at the rhino orphanage a farmer found him in the wild weak and dehydrated call the center for help caretaker at the centers as hunter in jazz bonded immediately the dress being fed milk and is trying to eat leaves the center says it's possible he'll soon be able to go home the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hall to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses wash to shorten your gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientist removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the whale skeleton will go on display at the new marine studies building under construction at the half field marine Science Center in Newport.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on AP News

"The digital news network the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hauled to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses washed ashore near gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientist removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the whale skeleton will go on display at the new marine studies building under construction at the half you'll marine Science Center in Newport rock and roll hall of Famers you to raked in over one billion dollars from touring in the last decade touring trade publication Pollstar trackers data on tours globally it says you too grossed at just over a billion dollars in ticket sales from November two thousand nine to November twenty nineteen they were followed by the rolling stones which had just under a billion ed Sheeran was third Taylor swift was fourth and beyond say was at number five venues now pull star sister outlet name to London's to the top grossing and insurance companies offering a fifty thousand dollar reward to help find a masked man in a.

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Coral die-off predicted as marine heat wave engulfs Hawaii

The World

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Coral die-off predicted as marine heat wave engulfs Hawaii

"Researchers using high tech equipment to monitor Hawaii's coral reefs are concerned about another major marine heat wave the last one killed huge swaths of wise reefs and twenty fifteen scientists fear repeat as ocean temperatures have reached record highs for months in a row researchers are seeing early signs of bleaching which occurs when ocean temperatures rise in coral struggle to survive long periods of hot temperatures can cause coral to die and their reefs to fall

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The loss called Elissa law. That's after fourteen year old Elissa, Al half. Who's a New Jersey native who was killed in last year's deadly parkland, Florida shooting the law requires schools to install the silent alarms that can be communicated life threatening or emergency situations to law enforcement. There's of course, still the question of where the money will come from the Bill calls for tapping into the five hundred million dollars in voter approved bond funding as a source of revenue for the project. There's increasing concerns about costly weather disasters on a conference call today. Scientists from Noah said twenty eighteen was the fourth warmest year recorded ever, the other warmest years where twenty sixteen seventeen and then plenty fifteen scientists aren't says it's linked to disastrous weather events around the world. Little direct losses associated with these fourteen events word ninety one billion dollars. That's also the fourth largest total of the records. The next five years are expected to be much hotter. Maybe even record breaking. They say you may have heard trip tease. The coming up at nine o'clock asking you the saddest songs you've ever heard. In fact, a new study from the university of Michigan looked at nearly six thousand billboard hits over the last sixty years using quantitative analytics, the science find pop hits have become darker and edgier findings also show that expressing anger and sadness and pop music continues to increase while joy is the climbing a Matthew white music sucks today. Matthew does Matthew white? Download our free app to listen live, anywhere and get instant, New Jersey news, weather and traffic from New Jersey one zero one point five New Jersey.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Jersey's most listened to station. New Jersey one at one point five news starts now. It's seven o'clock on Matthew white topping our report this hour after thirty eight hours of hearings across seven days in increasingly frustrated legislative oversight panel is unable to answer. A basic question about the hiring of a campaign and transition official accused of sexual assault is chief of staff at the school development authority who approved of it in Haines who was director of personnel for the transition says Al Alvarez informed, her just before Phil Murphy became governor. What his job would be for the administration. He said they're sending me over to FDA to be the chief of staff. Hanes us know who they are. Or who interviewed Alvarez she assumes one of three people who decided on all hires it signed off Pete camera. No, Matt plaque or Jose Lozano all of whom testified they did not hire him. Here's how Lozano described the higher last month to assemblywoman Eliana Pinter Maron who tells you have Israel Alvarez was going to be the. S T as chief of staff, Mr. operas at the state house. Michael Simon's, New Jersey, one point five news and Murphy says a probe he ordered into how is administration dealt with those allegations revealed hard truths Matty agrees with corrective actions, it recommends the woman who brought the sexual assault allegations. Katie Brennan, just put out a statement responding to today's ruling, and the hearings thing it's clear from the report that there was a lack of accountability and effective policies and procedures to address a glaring personnel problem in the transition. She says what yesterday's clarifications entities report. Miss is the gross misuse of confidentiality. There's increasing concerns about costly weather disasters on a conference call today. Scientists from Noah at twenty eighteen was the fourth warmest year on record the other warmest years, of course, twenty sixteen that was the one you're ever followed a twenty seventeen and twenty fifteen scientists aren't says it's linked to disastrous weather events around the world. These fourteen events word ninety one billion dollars. That's also the fourth largest total of the record the next five years. They say are expected to be much hotter. Maybe even record breaking breaking family dog helped chase off a home. Burglar in Burlington county police say a girl in Florence township went to check out a basement noise on Monday night, she found a man had broken in the two struggled until her dog went after the suspect. The girl ran to a neighbor's.

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"fifteen scientists" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen scientists" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Increasingly powerful waves will exceleron the need for millions of people, businesses and other facilities to move inland. The oceans are getting warmer faster than we thought as the data comes more into focus. Scientists now warn that the oceans are warming forty to fifty percent faster than they had said before that's very big deal since the oceans cover more than two thirds of this planet and absorb ninety percent of the heat. Scientists say we should adjust our expectations about the arrival of a worldwide catastrophic environment or is the Washington Post this week brace for impact. Warm water also melts ice from Antarctica comes the news that the ice melt. There has accelerated over the past forty years by two hundred eighty percent. The author of the study a researcher UC Irvine told CNN Antarctica is melting away and not just in a couple of places. If it seems the earth is spinning off its axis. You're right. Magnetic north has moved before even reversing the planet's Bolelli that's caused by the fluid shifting of molten iron and nickel at the core of this planet magnetic north flips every two or three hundred thousand years, but when it tried to flip forty thousand years ago it failed. Now, it's been eight hundred thousand years since the last flip. So it's long overdue, and we're still waiting and scientists want to know why that attempted flip failed, and why magnetic north is flailing. Now, I don't recall a headline about this. But in two thousand fifteen scientists say magnetic north actually dipped as far as South America. They wanna know if we have as the earth has before reached a tipping point or another failure to tip magnetic north has moved restlessly in recent years shifting rapidly. Recently and messing with our satellite navigation systems, which are adjusted accordingly. American and British scientists say they hope to know more by the end of this year. Not only China landed a prob- I'm a far side of the moon over the past week. Get sent back thousands of clear and spectacular pictures. Now. Everyone can see it's not dark on that side at all except in terms of radio signals, which are blocked by the moon itself. A satellite orbiting the moon is making possible. The sending of those photos, the Chinese hope to use three d printers to build a lunar research base. And this is their first land of survey in addition to making China I on the far side ear to compete with the US and Russia. China is also planning to build a permanent space station. On board the Chinese lunar. Lander was a cotton seed that has singed germinated. It's sprouted future. Space explorers will need food more than they can carry on their trips, and they'll need to be able to grow their own the Chinese experiment proves it can be done one small leaf for mankind. China's already shared a lot of data from its mission with NASA. It's the first time the US and China have been allowed to share information after an American law band working with China without congressional approval. China is fulfilling a deal it made with NASA to share data about this mission after the US shared some data from its own lunar missions with China, and whether you're a science buffer not you may still want to see these super wolf blood moon late Sunday night. It's a superman because it'll be at its closest point to us in its oval-shaped orbit a super moon looks up to seven percent bigger than your average full moon. January's full moon is also known as a wolf moon as it was called in the early Anglo. Saxon days inspired by howling wolves. And it's a blood moon, which occur around the time of an eclipse or near-miss of an eclipse, the moon takes on a reddish, hue as it grows darker because of the naturally occurring dust in. Our atmosphere. It is an often a moon is all these things at once. The show starts Sunday evening local weather permitting with the total eclipse beginning at about eleven forty one PM eastern standard time the eclipse is expected to reach its peak at twelve forty three AM eastern. Scientists say the best part of the show is the sixty two minutes of the eclipse itself unless you'd like to stand out in the cold for the entire five hours to see the whole thing..

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