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Climate change adds pressures to degraded Everglades
"The florida everglades support a rich population of waiting. Burbs white ibis wood storks and spoon bills mark cook of the south florida. Water management district says the birds depend on the everglades alternating. Sawgrass ridges lose. You have these ridges and these grooves. Running sodas parallel to one another during the wet season water covers much of the marsh and fish spawn across a wide area but during the dry season the water recedes and the fish. Move into this lose for the birds. What that does is actually concentrating. The prey into higher densities so they have easy pickings right when they need to feed their growing chicks but cook warns that climate change could alter the landscape. I make it harder for the birds to forage. Warm dry conditions could make the sawgrass ridges dry out and collapse flattening the marsh. The sloughs would then fill with cattails instead of fish. The everglades are already degraded by urban development and agriculture which have interrupted the flow of water across the landscape so a major goal of restoration is getting that water back into the everglades and cook says climate. Change makes this restoration especially
Miami - 3 Florida cities welcome back hockey
"Conversations. Three Florida cities will welcome back pro hockey before the end of the year. The CH L is announcing a split season format for 2020 2021, the Florida Everglades. The Jacksonville Iceman and the Orlando Solar Bears are among 13 teams that will begin a 72 game schedule. On December. 11th remaining CH L teams will begin a 62 game season on January 15th. The league says it's working with local health officials and the Professional Hockey Players Association to develop protocols for the safe return of
"florida everglades" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Why wouldn't you have the premium shit? But that is really weird that like that like weird with those like bunkers. Obviously civil war and dudes were hi there so like maybe they found some they. There shouldn't or some fucked them up maybe. What else you got bro Oh. I gotTa let me see. I think the last thing we got who got actually. Is Yeah, we talked about this shit. This is interesting. The nearby Caribbean Sea the Gulf of Mexico and the coast of Florida has a history of swashbuckling, and it seems the. Seem natural. It should be a pirate story associated with the everglades ago story in no less whether sanctioned privateers or street criminals privacy was an region, started in sixteen, obviously like pirates in the sixteenth century with Spanish pirates, and the obviously went to about the nineteenth century, but pirates only lasts about one hundred years before they got fucked up. We did a strange pirates episode. But they didn't last long, but there is a weird story. That was detail. The nine hundred, thousand nine by actually the Chicago Tribune, which is Weird Chicago, did it, and it was that in the sixteen hundreds of pirate ship captured by a merchant ship off the coast of Florida they. Obviously captured this merchant ship. They gave the pirates chase and gave them enough trouble that the pirate made every crew member. Walk the play. Retaining. Wall retaining the captain's wife to make make her watch. That's Fox that they made her made. The captain's wife watches everyone the plank. She cursed the pirates, and according to Legend Day doomed to roam the everglades in this ship, and obviously elect purgatory for the rest of your life. Never encountered a Gauche about there, but. It's. Not a bad movie go ship. You never seen it. It's actually it's a pretty good horrible trip me Oh when I was a kid and just the whole aspect of that kind of creepy shutting. Everybody dies in the ship, and then they. Try to rebuild it or they sail it again and there's always fucked up goes on it and it's. It's a thirteen ghosts kind of fucked movie Gotcha. Yeah, so I. Don't know if you guys got to have the next year I. Don't know if you guys have these ever heard of love bugs. talk about them and I'll see. You Pie fucking down Bro. It's these two little black bugs that their asses attached together, and they just fire around, and they do nothing a kind of sounds. I'm sure we have some stupid like that. So anyways, we got these twice a year. Bro, and it's fucking horrible. Because all they do they like when they in your car like the stain your car and you'll see like literally. The front of trucks like just write black because we have some weird. We have those two and we have them in hot weather and Shit, we call it. We call them stink bugs down here because they stink and Shit I remember one time, grandma likely do smoke. Yeah, my grandma lives in a trailer. Old folks trailers share leg with the old folks at home kind of thing I remember one summer. When I was a kid, it was fucking covered and these bugs. And it was. Almost send you. Send you some videos. Because the videos of people's houses just covered in these fuck, fuck scheduling. And what do you do bug spray them nothing there's there's supposedly like these remedies, but I've tried them do. It doesn't work. So there was a conspiracy about these bugs right so. Anybody who's in Florida's obviously familiar with the love bugs. They're annoying little bugs that fly around literally doing nothing. And they just die while they just they live, and they just die, and so there's a rumor surrounding where they came from and according to the rumors that the love bugs were genetically engineered by scientists at the University of Florida. For the purpose that they would meet with male mosquitoes and sterilize them. Yeah, they can no longer produce, but that's obviously just a rumor. Dude. That's fucking. Yeah, that's a weird. Say Right so. Yeah so. Here I'll talk. All Ed Gut Niagara Edgar I wanted to let me throw in the end with our. Let me throw in the Miami fucking. I can. Down for anything. I. Don't know if you've heard about this, so I remember. When this came out on the news in May, twenty on May Twenty, six twenty twelve right and this gets, it gets fucked up Rudy Eugene attacked. A Miami Miami resident has nameless Ronald. POPO, right he's. He was a homeless man, and did this happen literally under this causeway, so it was like literally on the highway there were underneath it and there's a video of it. It, but you can't really see what's happening. You just see the COP. Go Up to them. It's like you can just see their elected. They were both naked. And you see the walk up. Take a step beyond. Take a step back. Dude, and he liked shot the guy or whatever so this guy? There is an eighteen minute film encounter right because there was like this security camera looking down. Eugene accused of stealing his Bible. Unconscious removed his pants embiid off most oppose face above the beard, including his left eye, leaving him blind in both eyes. As a result, the incidents shocking nature of sequent worldwide media covered. Eugene came to be dubbed the Miami's Zombie. And the Causeway Cannibal literally was on the highway just underneath and it was. Just covered by the barrier wall size guy. Well this is around the same time. Bath salts came out so this. Is a thousand percent that he was on basalt because we've had cases and Canada. But also there's that fucking do off camera where he was from, but the guy that I think he was like a juggle some douchebag that listen to ICP. fucking bath salts any like fucking eight. The guy's fucking head on the back of the bus as a huge store. Yeah, he like fucking. Canada yeah, I think it was Canada, but it might be the states. I might be totally wrong if I am whatever fucking. fucking art. They're always wrong, and so he fucking I know the story I. Don't know where anything is fucking from, but he's cut the guy's fucking head and they started eating his fucking and people were like in the bus watching and they'd like. Pull over, and obviously all fucked up, but the kid was on basalt, and while you look for that. Let me finish reading this. Look that shit up. I wanted to what the hell is, so the attack ended when Yuji was fatally shot by mammy PD officer so. Obviously, this guy was missing Popol missing and his family thought he was dead, and so this is where it gets funny I. Don't know about saw. I don't I don't know how fucked. It was it was Canada Canada. Toba traveling the Trans Canada highway, yeah, killing of Tim Kurd Tim McLean occurred on the evening of July thirtieth two thousand eight, yeah, twenty two year old man was stabbed and beheaded and cannibalized while writing and Greyhound Canadian by bus damn well. This is the Florida Bro saved up for the. Pogo. So. What got me here was? The obviously. They speculated that it was bath salts, but here's the thing they did. Toxicology reports on him, and they're only what identify marijuana in his system so. I read the description, maybe a schizophrenic. That's the thing I read the description and supposedly the guy had approached the homeless guy like all Super Nice right and they started talking and he was like Oh. You know I can't score and then talking about scoring at the beat, and then out of nowhere, he's like we're all GonNa die, and then He. Punched them, just took his clothes off and start eating his fucking fake. Drugs. Or that's. Up Do you have to? Do because that's the thing, so I thought about I was talking to buddy of mine when I was researching this and I was like. May there's been more fucked up things. People have done right then more messed up things people have done, but how messed up. Do you have to be just like for me to go up to your right now and just say hey, Bro, and the knock you on consciously your face. I. And that's what I'm sure I think like. Maybe he's coming down. And people do horrendous shit if he had mental health issues and you know people do drugs like Mathur, bath salts and stuff like that and making them hallucinate kind of when they can't get off of it and shit when they're like desperate for things like their whole endorphins are fucked up like that. One Guy got abducted by the bigfoot. Tripping on. Like. Fuck that Shit, but it's even like when I used to work at. fucking as a chef, I worked downtown at a pub in the city. I live in and there. Is this fucking dude?.
"florida everglades" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"And this is one from the one on one podcast. That's get strange. And welcome to another strain. From the one on one podcast and I'm Tom Cat from the strange brew podcast. It's still weird to me. It's like. I don't want to introduce you. WanNa. Let you introduce yourself, but then it's like. Whatever. And we're back in. The show was to be a fun one this is. Pretty much is more up your alley because consume you live there. Joint on the go, and then what's on the menu for? Another sativa. It's called I think it's a lemon hayes one. Spark it up soon and then I got some blood orange sparkling beverage, but it's mixed with. The stuff you mixed within long island iced tea and it's fucking. Tequila Vodka White Rum and Gin All mixed in one liquor. Dude, yeah, it's. It's fucking of strong. You don't WanNa take shots of it, but it's like how they make long island iced teas. You definitely want fucking shot strong shoot kind kinda strong got all all the. Kids I guess like you were never to drinking, but I was kind like grew up in a smaller city. So have finds out that do we would end up stealing our fucking parents, alcohol and shed, but do not make it so obvious we will take a little bit of a little bit of Whiskey, a little bit of Gin and we mix on the one. And then we'd all get fucked. It's Fucking Ruin Time of my dad's house. My stomach like. Going to drink some. Some liquor right here. And when they went to go port up rose water, somebody had drank and replace it. Very, stupid kid! I stole a bottle of fucking Bailey's. Half a bottle of Baileys is a bigger bottle, and then I filled the half with water. So then my parents closet stunk like rotten milk because I mixed fucking like cream with water. Stupid show while you're drinking, are brown, drinking some coke. Cola. Coca Cola. Drink pop unless I'm drinking like my girlfriend's. She's having a drink in the other room and she did the straight up long. Island iced tea, which is. The shot of all the liquors combine. You can get a bottle of it, and then it's just straight coca-cola with a little bit of lime or lemon, and that's like a true long island. Yeah I've never I. Don't think I've ever tasted one, but stop bad stub. Get into big of a drinker, but I mean strange brew podcast I can bring up the Dow. Always drink. Today we'll be talking about a subject that's near, and dear to my heart, and it's GonNa be weird for two stories. Cookie whatever you want to consider them. Because there's you know when I. When you look, there's a lot of fucked up. There's a law. And not just Florida, but everywhere. Paranormal Shit Yeah when I was looking up this stuff, a lot of the stuff I hadn't heard about, but then there was obviously hunt like huntings of certain places and I think that's everywhere. Haunted. Fire station or something like that it and I'm not. Have you ever been to haunted place? Have you ever? Fuck around I'm trying to think we've definitely like fucked around like we've broken into like old factories and shit like that. We. Were kids just fucking around? And I've already told the story of my podcast where you'd like. Pull that we and the first thing we broken. This factory found a big fire extinguisher. Who want to see what works we let it off. I've never seen one of those things go till then, and it covered the entire property with that white soot, and then you hear people yelling from across like the neighborhood, because factory was like across residential housing and years. What the fuck and there's like shit just like. But like I've never had like we. Probably brought shit into our lives from using the OUIJA board. That was more of haunting aspects. I've always wanted to take. I've ghost hunting equipment like a fucking recorders and a bunch. Can we shit that? Maybe we'll catch ghost and I've always wanted to go into like a legit place and use this equipment even a Ouija board. I don't give a fuck. Yeah. I've never I've never been anywhere, but when I I'm GonNa be going to the everglades soon, and there's actually a spot in the everglades that. They used. There were going to use it to test one when NASA was using liquid base fuel. Literally fired off. In the middle of the everglades I, think I forgot what year it was, but there's this factory out there. Where they were testing these rock attack, because after that the company that owned facility, they were supposed to get the contract with NASA. The NASA changed their feel type, so they weren't going to be using liquid base fuel. And they lost the contract, so they had to shut the factory down, but the factory is still there and there are still a rocket in one of the hanger. Actually go there. Rockets like this really abandoned place in the middle creepy nowhere one like we'll get to it. We'll get into all these weird things that happened or have happened in the everglades. But like like we're talking about like last time and stuff like we were talking about like residual energy, and all that stuff like you don't really know what energy this lies there. What maybe experiments they did back in the WHO fucking knows they could have taken a bunch of mentally handicapped people out there and fuck and shot them, or who knows right like you, don't she? Back in the day and it's like. Get to it for sure, but there's a lot of places to hide things and the everglades. Yes so I'm going to start off some phone. Apart. The I like to call it. The gun shines. Yeah, we can get guns anywhere should get you into Florida Florida Mary I should get you into a self title. He's my favorite rappers. And that saw them.
"Hello everyone and welcome to frames. My name is Scott Olsen and I am talking today with Beowulf Sheehan. Beowulf is one of the most sought after most successful and I believe most important portrait photographers in New York. These days he has worked in more than fifty countries lectured at New York University and Yale among other places and if you go to his website you will see portrait of people like Oprah Winfrey Twenty Morrison Patti Smith Margaret Atwood Patrick Stewart in Kellyn Paul Simon and dozens and dozens of others. It is a body of work of which I am personally Quite envious good morning. Bill could he's got great to hear Your Voice. I do have a quick thought for you. I've not traveled to fifty countries the photograph I photographed in better than ten by way of commissions however I have photographed people from at least fifty countries and hopefully been able to travel to their worlds in cultures through those experiences. Okay I saw that on your resume and I was impressed and I'm still impressed. So tell me how things are in New York this morning. New York is a beautiful place this morning. The air is cool and crisp outside. I did have a short walk this morning. I am very fortunate that out my window. I have a cemetery so I get to see less trees and I have a great deal of quiet. What sounds I hear. Every morning in this new time of ours is usually One of two things that I hear all either your birdsong or I will hear the sound of a passing ambulance and of course happy to hear the former not to hear the ladder. That is the time in which we live summer mornings in New York. City yes Tell me about portrait photography but let let let's begin where people how in the world could you get into photography? How did you get into the kind of portraiture that you do specifically I into photography being a shy boy and wanting to make friends and prior to the thought of making friends? I wanted to be reacquainted with my father. My parents divorced when I was in elementary school. My father was out in my life for a few years and when he came back the beginning of my high school years he had a Konica thirty five millimeter camera. A Long Lens to go with it and when I arrived at high school which was a high school outside of my neighborhood I went to magnet high school for foreign languages. I was busted very early in the morning to get there. I was in the ethic minority in head a world of new friends to make and when I got to school my classmates were speaking about two things with which I was unfamiliar of the Miami Dolphins. I grew up in Fort Lauderdale and girls and I knew very little about both but I had been working in the summers and not really spend that money on anything beyond books and comic book so I had enough money saved to become the youngest person in the history of the Miami Dolphins the buy season tickets to the Miami Dolphins. That's impressive I go So what I had done was than I began to use my father's camera and I would take a tripod that camera that long lens invite a new acquaintance from high school to eat game. And I believe my mother had driven been to us down To attend these games and no one ever stopped me. The guards were very kind. They recognize me after a few games. I always went through the same gate that sort of thing and was able to watch Dan Marino or the ball around and make pictures and then make Prince of those pictures and share them with classmates over time developing friendships and of course Getting to know my father again. That's a wonderful beginning there. Is I know an extraordinary event. Though in your early connection to reading and that's possible yes but but I'll let you lead that so when you're asking the extraordinary connection is well. Yeah you you are probably the only you are the only person I know who's ever been bitten by an alligator. Oh this is true this this. I don't know all the people in your life of course who you know but but I'm the only person I know who's been bitten by an alligator and that happened to me in the summer of nineteen seventy six in June of that year. I was of course on summer break from school quite small and my brother and I were playing in the backyard of the home of a friend of my mother in southwest Fort Lauderdale where there are canals and those canals in some cases feed than Their Way West to the Florida everglades and of course. That's where alligators hang out. And some of them sometimes get lost. My brother-in-law had been wrestling. This lady's backyard was time to come into the House for lunch. I had asked the Lady of the House. If we could use your host wash our feet persons they were full of dirt from the grass and the young lady had said no actually better just a spicer feed off the dock and then it'll be quicker and I went I. I remember sitting at the dock. Enjoying splash on my feet and looking at my brother and my brother's twenty months younger than me made his eyes get bigger and he looks down on my foot. I looked at my foot and I saw the alligator close. Its mouth around my right foot and I went to some degree of shock. The allegation let go. He caught the outside artery of my ankle and bloodshot out. Allah a bad money iphone sketch. And my my brother then began to grab my body to try to pull my body up and my mother and my mother's friend of course had come out of the house at this time and they were lifting me from the document onto the grass. The allegation had gone back under the dock. And I don't know how much more time passed or how much blood I lost but I then at some point found in the emergency room of a hospital where my brother was born. Only a few blocks away and doctors worked in saved my foot. Save my leg. There was concern for infection loss and I was very lucky to have for the balance of the summer. Have Gone to the hospital every day to get my foot. Epsom salts to save it and that meant of course not being able to play games at not being able to enjoy summer camp not being able to do sports do much of anything involved mobility and that deepened my reading and then with it of course my drawing and my reading and drawing through my childhood in and beyond began with comic books and then onto more challenging books More INTERESTING BOOKS. Maybe more interesting stuff. The right word say because books are wonderful. And they're very very interesting. Otherwise we wouldn't have these films adaptations of stories that now the masses is seen film but the the books of course comic books would come out once a month and it was great to go to seven eleven after school and pick up those books but I would devour them so quickly and then I really wasn't in the mood to wait another month for the next book to come out so I would just draw stories myself. The drawing worked its way over time of course into photography. But that's a longer compensation which I'm happy to have
"florida everglades" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Accounts actually I rarely get reptilian humanoid accounts there is one other in the book which occurred in the Florida Everglades and like most returning Connors there isn't a UFO directly involved so that is furious the yeah from what I've heard if they are we live in a plan for a very long time but I just don't know what I just took a lot of those types of encounters and is there a connection between the greys and reptilians are they working together I don't see a whole lot of evidence of that we do feel evidence of the gray is working with the man to a human looking type which are the three main types I guess so I think there's something to that I'm not sure what the hierarchy is but it seems like in some cases the mantis are the ones that are bossing people around but I don't know I don't know the firm Ramon you mentioned that they they wanted to create a an alien human hybrid does he does he believe that that they were successful but he has an alien hybrid son daughter he's concerned about it he doesn't have any direct evidence of that where is you know at least three or four the witness whose in other cases you're on the books do and have met their not only their hundred babies for full grown adults have met them he's not sure about that but he was definitely concerned over human they wanted him to meet with hi he felt like this this is the person who had never been set on earth at all but look basically human I'm not really concerned but there's no direct evidence but other than that he has had his biological material taken that they've created his own you know hybrid baby did he present any other physical evidence to use scars implants anything like that well you know he does have some evidence in terms of medical reactions yeah he went to the doctor and the doctor told him a video that surgery which he denied the doctor who now I've got you know three surgical scars here I.
"florida everglades" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"There Sally when talking animals sure when will be crazy you know yes hit it he played it yeah guys there's a lot of crossover between Florida stories yes people are dumb stories in Florida yes are you do a lot of stories it's just it's just bad things happen Florida will of this animal stories comes from Florida in nineteen ninety two almost one thousand Burmese pythons escaped into the Florida Everglades how does that happen well now the population has exploded to over three thousand why the only decimating the native wildlife populations in the Everglades Everglades it's a horrible horrible issue town there in Florida so what do you do in Florida yeah I have a python competition yeah absolutely is the twenty twenty python bowl more than seven hundred and fifty baseball like it's like a ball like when you have a big event imagine them pulling her twenty it's the twenty twenty nine gallon is that better so more than seven hundred and fifty people from twenty states to register to take part in the ten day competition I ten days later guardians of the glade star Mike python cowboy Kimmel was crowned the twenty twenty python bowl champion he removed eight invasive pipe bombs from the wild but you may be saying yourself what former champion dusty wild men cuando yeah first thing kidding you for ask yeah he was unable to repeat however he earned second place in the heaviest python category first place for.
Henry Ford's Rubber Utopia
"It all started in in nineteen twenty five. Henry Ford was having lunch and his Dearborn Michigan Mansion with his good friend business partner entire magnate Harvey firestone Harvey. RV and Ford had been friends and partners since Ford started building cars decades earlier. So yeah just remember like he invented the model t which I like cheap car and basically he brought the car to the mass. Exactly Mr Firestone had begun ranting this time primarily focused on the impending rubber cartel that had been proposing England by one Winston Churchill. I am not a crooked. You know that payments de Yeah with a cigar and he's like on this day I I am not a crook and it will live in infamy. Yep that's him. The purpose of also the was Churchill. The king no the purpose of the rubber cartel was to limit the export of rubber in order to not overextend national resources. In case there was another World World War One thousand nine hundred eighty five probably a good idea but harvey firestone didn't like that idea. He believed that rubber prices were going to spike in the US as a result and therefore negatively affect firestone tires. Not some things never change Harvey firestone was not alone in this fear even even presidential candidate. FDR feared the effects of a rubber tariff. Remember was viewed. As the automotive industry's chokepoint seen as even more crucial than oil it's crazy. The the automotive industry relied on vulcanized rubber for literally everything from tires to hoses gaskets. A price increase of any kind could sink the young business so there there was a legitimate fear of turtles. Pain passing seems somewhat reasonable. Also it's it's it's kind of like okay here newsflash guys. If you're listening to this this might lose some you know in. I believe in climate change. And it's SORTA like yeah making some changes like you know not dumping tons of poisons into rivers and stuff might be more expensive for some people but in the at the end of the day. It's good not to have poisoned rivers and it's also probably good to have like rubber to defeat the Nazis. Yeah Germany was totally destroyed and they were afraid of something all of Europe. Yeah they're afraid of something like that happening again because those wounds had not been healed all and Churchill was just saying like hey fellers hello. Hello how does he talk. Talk like this is how are we talk again elegant. Listen listen fellows. That women's of all are still fresh insulting. I say that maybe we just save some of US supplies in case of fruit bikes out to again rubber. Blow Hurrah. Yes that's always saying always saying. Hey guys the whole world was just at war four. I think it might happen again. Maybe we should just like chill and be ready and these guys are like a money so harvey firestone was fed up with living in constant fear of their so he decided the best course of action would be to grow his own rubber smart. This wasn't the first time he had some some crazy idea. In fact Harvey tried to declare economic independence from the UK and fly rubber under the American flag. A few years earlier but that was truly the ramblings of a madman who doesn't seem to understand that you can't just not claim another country's resources by saying this cheaper so I'm just going to say it's it's American now although now that I think back on it that's kind of how we did a lot of stuff so yeah but harvey actually had a plan. He decided that he was going to start his own plantation in Liberia where the conditions were almost perfect for growing rubber trees by keeping the production in house he could avoid all the access fees associated with importation from other countries. Henry Ford had also tried growing his own rubber a year earlier. In one thousand nine hundred eighty four he had purchased this large quantities of land in the Florida everglades only to eventually do nothing with them. It was cheaper for four to import. The rubber. The idea of dramatic price is increase was still only speculation. But Still Harvey's plans had peaked and reports interests and after the lunch meeting was over. He requested that it's personal aide aide Leopold would find out where the best place to grow rubber Leopold come over here boy. Where's the best place to go? Rob A AH go find out how Liberia was the obvious choice. Harvey firestone discovered. It had the perfect climate when he put his plantation there but unfortunately Henry Ford word was very very very racist and he would not dare step foot in such an uncivilised and African society so they came to the conclusion. I mean that the rubber should be grown where it originated in the Amazon. So rubber comes from both vines and trees and you let it grow and then when you chop it you squeeze the vines and Latex Literal Latex comes out trees yeah so it's a liquid and then they they put out onto like big flat drying areas than when it dries. You can pull it up like a sheet of Latex and then you take a bunch of latex yeah stack stack into bales. And then that's what gets shipped out to like Volkan Ization plants and stuff like that. So these plantations are really only concerned with drawing the vines and extracting latex from okay okay and Liberia had the per client. But what about the Amazon Amazon also. Very clearly great. Climate only problem. It's a lot harder harder to get into the rainforest than it is in Africa. Got You throughout the nineteenth century. The Amazon River Basin supplied all of the world's rubber and made up forty percent of Brazil's exports sports at the height of the rubber boom in the second half of the nineteenth century but the Amazon's rubber room quickly turned to bus as plantations in Asia and England. Were able to go. Rubber and much denser populations and much more efficiently in Amazon many natural species that are not present in other countries limit the growth of trees so but organizing united plantations and other countries the efficiency was greatly increased. Henry had another incentive to go to South America besides his racism in End Theodore Roosevelt's book through the Brazilian wilderness. He accounts his experiences traveling through the Amazonian rainforests. One of his most significant observations is that many fast-flowing rivers could provide an almost perfect power source for any industry bold enough to be born there. He claimed that the right kind of senators such his enterprising businessmen of foresight coolness and suggest city who would be willing to put migrants to work for an advantage that would be mutually beneficial will give rise to a a great industrial civilization money. If anyone thought they could fill that description it was Henry Ford art now. Henry Ford did not really make cars. Henry Ford thought that he made men the maker. Men's like me. This builder of meant the cars they produced produced were simply a byproduct of his training. He was praised as a sociologist manufacturer. If anyone could reshape the native Brazilians into prosperous factory workers it was Henry Ford. They don't want to be or so he thought they don't want that.
Who Was Marjory Stoneman Douglas?
"After the horrific parkland florida's school shooting in february of two thousand eighteen marjory stoneman douglas became a household name for all the wrong reasons but let's take a look today at the woman for whom the school was named marjory stoneman douglas undertook a legendary in dairy fifty year crusade to save the florida everglades born in minneapolis in eighteen ninety and educated at wellesley college in massachusetts douglas moved to south florida in nineteen fifteen fifteen after a brief and disastrous marriage to join her father who was editor and founder of the newspaper that would become the miami herald she was an accomplished journalist short story writer writer and an outspoken advocate for women's suffrage anti-poverty campaigns and ultimately because it would make her famous. The everglades douglas's nineteen forty seven owed into those wetlands. The everglades river of grass was published the same year that president harry s truman dedicated the everglades national park long before environmental scientists fully understood the fragility and interconnectedness of the everglades ecosystem douglas railed against efforts by the us army corps of engineers to drain divert parts of the sprawling wetlands to to make room for agricultural and urban development. These efforts continue today. The school was dedicated in nineteen ninety when douglas was one hundred years old and still going strong along with her book. Douglas provided a new way of understanding the one point five million acre wetlands preserve rather than seeing it as merely a sprawling swamp douglas rightly described the everglades massive slow moving river of shallow water draining north to south from lake okeechobee down through the sawgrass prairies and emptying into the florida florida bay in moving pros douglas road of the hundreds of species of birds fish and flora that thrived in the precariously balanced ecosystem of the everglades the largest subtropical wilderness in the united states. She rightly recognized that this area was largely responsible for the rainfall in south florida are book begins. There are no oh other everglades in the world they are. They've always been one of the unique regions of the earth remote. Never wholly known nothing anywhere else is like them a tireless and often intimidating advocate. She founded the organization friends of the everglades at age seventy nine to fight a proposed jet port in the middle of the wetlands lends. The airport plan was scrapped. Douglas spent the rest of her life. Defending the everglades jon rothschild edited her nineteen eighty-seven autobiography voice of the river described her in the book's introduction as she appeared at a public meeting in everglades city in nineteen seventy-three. Mrs douglas was half the size of her fellow. Speakers were huge dark glasses along with the huge floppy hat that made her look like scarlet o'hara's played by eager stravinsky when she spoke everybody's stop slapping mosquitoes and more or or less came to order. Her voice had sobering effect of a one room schoolmarm. 's the tone itself seemed tame. The rowdiest of the local stone crabbers plus the developers and the lawyers on both besides there are two seasons in the everglades. The dry winter and the monsoon summer and scientists now understand that seasonal fluctuations in water levels are key to maintaining the delicate equilibrium between competing plant and animal species but that balanced spend dangerously disturbed decades of habitat loss and short-sighted water-management tactics tactics. The river of grass is no longer a free flowing sheet of water but sliced up and boxed in by dams and dikes creating floods in some areas and drought in others congress passed the comprehensive everglades restoration plan back in the year two thousand but the funds to implement the plan never secured in the meantime lake shelby obi historically the water source that fed southward flow of the river of grass has become hopelessly polluted largely by agricultural runoff in two thousand sixteen high levels of phosphorus is a nitrogen in the lake caused a toxic algae bloom. The prompted the governor to issue a state of emergency eric eichenberger c._e._o. Of the everglades foundation and one time student at douglas's namesake high school says that congress will have to reauthorize funding for the restoration but if everything goes well the river of grass could be restored in as little as eight years he believes the douglas who died in nine hundred ninety eight at the age of one hundred and eight would be energized by the effort among douglas many honors and awards was the presidential medal of freedom conferred conferred by bill clinton in one thousand nine hundred three in the year two thousand she was posthumously inducted into the national women's hall of fame. Douglas ashes were scattered in the everglades national park over the marjory stoneman douglas wilderness area.
Sometimes it takes a big prize to solve big tech problems
"This And marketplace podcast is brought to you by pinata for businesses. And universities Panatta was everything YouTube isn't with enterprise grade security Bilton recording and live streaming and a unique search engine that finds any words spoken in any video Panatta was how professionals share knowledge and by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device, click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation screen. So everyone can work together. Share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more and sign up for your free trial. Sometimes what it takes to solve big problems is a big prize from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Amy Scott in for Molly would. It's been called American idol for science geeks. The George barley water prize will award ten million dollars to the team that develops the most promising technology to remove excess phosphorus from freshwater lakes and streams phosphorus pollution from chemical fertilizers and septic tanks has led to the growth of toxic blue green algae in the Florida Everglades. And elsewhere, Lauren par is director of the George barley water prize. She says the goal is to spark innovation the way that we've previously been looking at the issue or sometimes is reported on is attempting to remove the blue-green algae. And so while you can probably effectively skim off blue-green algae, you're not really tending to the root cause of the problem, which is excess phosphorus and so kind of like an it to the algae being a symptom of the flu. And so you might be able to sue the cough, but unless you actually attack the root cause of the. Thickness. You're not really going to affect the overall wellbeing of the system. What are some of the ideas? The teams have come up with so far. We've had a great showing from all around the world from the beginning of this program. We had over a hundred applicants from thirteen different countries. And so again, it just really drove home. The fact that this problem is not specific to Florida or the Everglades. It's a global issue. And so we've got, you know, a number of different technologies a number of different approaches one that I really love talking about. We actually have a US Geological Survey agency team participating in the program and they've essentially decided to use a local byproduct in iron ochre, which is really specific to the industries in West Virginia where this group is out of and they've decided to use that waste product as the filter to help remove phosphorus from water. And so they're taking this essentially waste products and transforming it. Into a technology that could affect in clean the waterways. Why do you think we need a prize to solve a big, social and environmental problem like this? I mean, obviously Americans love could competition, but why shouldn't you know, the companies that caused this problem be solving it sure. So, you know, I think part of why we've been so successful in garnering stakeholders is because our prize in our program, again, president general are just really solutions oriented programs and around the world, there's such a rich rich history with the global implementation of prizes. They've been using the past to solve problems that the free market simply wasn't addressing quickly enough on its own. And so this infrastructure of rewards and prizes has historically helped catalyze significant accomplishments certainly were hoping to do that with the barley prize. But things like the artigue prize in nineteen twenty seven which spur. For Charles Lindbergh's. First transatlantic flight from New York to Paris that reward at the time in nineteen twenty-seven was twenty five thousand dollars, which today is all of three hundred thousand I think, but it was that flight that led to today's three hundred billion dollar aviation industry, which is something basically impossible to imagine at that time. And so what we know is that historically this prizes can help catalyze massive changes in huge technological breakthroughs. And we're really hopeful that the Varley price can do the same has the competition actually, spurred those breakthroughs new ideas to remove phosphorus, or they ideas that were being developed prior. And they're just getting a boost from this. Now, you know, I think that we collected a number of ideas that were in different stages of development. But certainly none of these were being implemented on a commercial scale yet. And so we've definitely. Moved the needle without doubt on research and development, but I would go so far as to say that our third stage which was an actual field test in Canada really did manage to move the needle on the economics of phosphorus removal here in Florida. The most typical way to address the phosphorus pollution issue is through storm water treatment areas, which are STA's, but the problem with TA's as while they're remotely effective, they're incredibly land intensive and so with each of our teams to get as far as they've gotten this competition, they were given pretty strict land constraints because we want to be able to do is implement these types of technologies any in the world, regardless of available land. And so that alone the shown efficacy of being able to remove phosphorus from water and removing the massive land component necessary here in Florida is a huge win for us to if we don't solve this problem soon. What are the stakes the stakes get higher? Hire every year. So we know with global warming with sea level rise. What we're seeing is not only more frequent algal blooms, but they're more intense. They're more damaging on their more harmful not only to human health, but ecosystem health, and so certainly in Florida. What's at stake is the drinking water supply for a third of the state and our state here in Florida relies so heavily on tourism. And so without clean waterways. Without pristine beaches were missing out on the number one driver of the state's economy. Lauren par is director of the George barley water prize. It's sponsored by the Everglades foundation and the Scots miracle. Grow foundation. Scott's the company still uses phosphorus and some of its fertilizers, but dropped it from lawn products several years ago the competition is now down to five final teams. They'll spend the next year testing and refining their technology that ten million. Dollar grand prize will be awarded next year.
Florida woman bitten by stray kitten billed by hospital for $48G: ‘My funeral would have been cheaper’
"Wildlife biologists. Janette Parker spotted a stray cat just outside Florida's Everglades national park. She offered at care and food. New York Daily News says miss Parker had some tuna inner car, but the cat bit her finger during feeding worried about a health alert still in effect miss Parker headed to the emergency room at Mariners hospital in nearby key Largo, her wound was examined and she received the first in a series of four rabies shots as well. As an injection of an antibody, which cost forty six thousand of the forty eight thousand dollar Bill the CDC estimates that treatment such as miss Parker's, which includes the immune globulin and the four doses of vaccine given over a two week period can cost more than three thousand dollars on average. But each hospital Kim said it's. Own
"florida everglades" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"God man anyway so they they've got a big problem in florida and they're not allowing people to killed guan is en masse because it really seems like the only good way to kill these guavas is by you know poisoning them and poisoning them and mass that is really what you need to do so they're trying to figure out now what to do and i guess the people in florida they're arguing about what to do with these stupid one is an in the there's some people that want to protect the qantas at all cost they're part of our culture these guan is their native species like the you know in the florida everglades they they do a write in florida the everglades and they've got these big i think are they boa constrictors in the florida everglades but whatever it is you know they have the big hunts every year and so the hunters will go into the four to everglades and another godforsaken place and they've got these huge stakes i think they're borg instructors and so the allow the hunters to go in there in hunt these boa constrictors and so if you do a google search you'll see these hunters and they have a contest out of it and you got these hunters and they've got like eight or died hunters and each of them is holding a piece of the boa constrictor and they're heat or is it a python whatever these big old snakes it's the creepiest thing i've ever seen in your life.
"florida everglades" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Things that i look for is not just a primary witness but if you have more than one witnesses it seems to increase increase the credibility of the of the siding or the experience so if possible we try to dig a little bit deeper and see if any other witnesses has ever come forward to discuss what they might have seen on this case it's like this and so the canadian runs issue a twenty dollars per member of the coin that's amazing story and you could look at it right there i was flabbergasted by that as well i hope that maybe i'm just moving okay but anyway the the son of the witnesses some of the witness has written his own little book on the experience and it's a valid case as far as i'm concerned i mean it just seems you know it's not a hoax it's something really happened and we've got quite a few other cases like that there's another incident that took place in nineteen fifty three where a scoutmaster was driving with three the boy scouts near the everglades in florida everglades short that's a spooky okay well it is by well it it certainly gets a lot scarier than this anyway they were driving along this rather isolated the road and the scoutmaster his name was jd burgess saw a glow coming from a area that was probably with palmetto trees and they all thought that well maybe it looked like a an aircraft crashed or something so he went to investigate he walks through the thicket of trees and came to a little clearing and he had a machete in his hand and there was this object about thirty feet in diameter harboring there and he took a a swing at it well when he took a suite at it i guess it's the sided to get a little bit of revenge because it lasted in with some kind of heat right and the the scouts that were still along i guess they had gotten out of the car they kinda saw what was going on from a distance i mean they could see the object but they saw the glow and they could hear the the scoutmaster under a great deal of stress and so they they raised to the nearest pay phone and call the sheriff's department well the sheriff showed up i guess about maybe twenty minutes or a half an hour later being the everglades there.
"florida everglades" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Guess what you're does that my dad loves group leads so that's what i was gonna get on hulu no it's stunning albert that's well my my anywhere by dad is trying to figure out the streaming universe donnie wahlberg you're good yeah that's that's a long running show blades is very successful what the favorite episode my favorite is when you turn on tnt for the for the thursday gave yeah and it's like the last eight minutes of csi new orleans with scott back ula a is in that's good stuff scott back his face never moves during whatever's going on he's just suspicious but there's stoic af it's new orleans and somebody did something and watch anything set new orleans yeah like badly tenant new orleans and miami yet y'all who's fit tested new orleans by ami it's just like whatever's going on there i'm in yeah yeah or the bayou is another one i like your you like the bayou i like the bayou and i liked to everglades cow chiller it was just like there in the florida everglades sweaty sweaty linen shirts that had just big swept patches yeah i don't think i saw that which one was it bloodline oh blood on i actually haven't seen bloodline but i hear good that's a lot of sweating yeah a lot of sweating could be another good another of think about the next day gio career everglades by new orleans sweat good way to stay in shape yeah swan waterway when not the night before yeah yeah yeah we're that trash bag all right so you'll be back for rewatch ables rocky something absolute one of the rockets good left tonight in front of fifteen thousand people you'll be you'll find if you wanna come up be good we we got ticks oh you do manifold put up in the vip satin section attack the ta over there.
"florida everglades" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"There's so you're two bricks that you have together right now sitting there the reason why starting to hold more is because they glue is drying and understand that i get it right i get it but but that's not what commercial says are actly exactly yes doesn't say hey if you're the back here church and you want to wait ten minutes board doesn't work as advertise i'm with you all right thanks jeremy that's the thing yes it's like you saw this the flex tape it i took it flare at florida everglades and i had a great around the world really and even more impressive than that probably is win that huge bucket of water is pouring water and he just slaps a piece of tape on the side yeah as it's pouring out this stopped and it stopped instantly on the commercial that can't happen i don't believe that can happen we couldn't even go to stop looping in a bucket in a teeny teeny tiny little leak it was like a pinhole couldn't do it so come on now come on let's bricks trying to pick up the cinderblock again because bricks already i think they're pretty solid right let's see the bricks the bricks right there and shake him a little bit hold a move your foot while you shake them okay your face come on now who's that's disappointing that's because it's been what fifteen minutes twenty minutes you can't even do the dumb brick little on the cinderblock well let's see if you can pick it up on your feet.
"florida everglades" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"So he's obviously in a place where he's the only one that probably has that view that trump is president so he's the guy who says i should've just told him it was my religion then i wouldn't again kicked they couldn't do anything to me and he actually on that drunken bed or whatever took this to court and well that's what happened yet didn't work out for him so you know as much as you'd like to side with him it's almost impossible to just almost impossible if you're conservative you can't you can't side with him i know so things what do we call a principles yeah it's not a word you hear much doesn't apply much anymore but called the constitution which doesn't allow for what did he call it being america being offended by his americanisms or something of fended his sense of being america's a good effort there's not a thing though but good effort i can't believe he actually spent money on terni for this case all right we got this flex seal glue commercial because in about forty five minutes or a little more right around there we're going to do the big flex seal family of products demonstration again for you today now we've already done the tape we wrap the tape around a leak and it did nothing it did not stop the leak didn't stop any leaks let alone i saw this half and then took it out on the florida everglades so we're going we're going to score at the tape on these bricks and then we're going to well i i think let's do the big one first let's do the center block first and then if it doesn't work on that you think okay we'll surely it'll work on the bricks.
"florida everglades" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We begin today on a straight flat stretch of paved road lined by lush forest just north of the florida everglades that's where we met up with career truck driver jeff runyan's i've done everything from working on trailers working on trucks being an owner operator being accompanied driver management in his latest job runyan's has found himself in the middle of a fight for the future of the seven hundred billion dollar trucking industry companies like uber google diner and volvo are all racing to get their self driving trucks out onto the road first runyan's works much smaller companies starsky robotics space race but it's kind of a new technologies like when he went to the moon run we're not going to the moon but how many people would think semi be driving instead of trying to beat the competition to developing fully autonomous vehicles starsky strategy is to develop trucks that are atanas only on the highway and then let remote drivers in an office take the wheel when they hit city streets it's all still in the testing phase runyan's is a safety driver he sits in the driver's seat of the cab ready to take control if a truck gets into trouble he also works alongside his company's programmers to test and tweak the truck sensors and software i'd come up with some suggestions once in a while they do work i'm not a engineer ladies guys are but sometimes they listen to me so that means i'm part of runyan's got his start in the trucking industry nearly four decades ago then truckin says ninety seventy nine we were like the cowboys in the old days but we're doing our own thing we own trucks and trying to make our own lives the way it is he enjoyed the freedom that came with owning his own truck and the camaraderie he found with the fellow truckers he met criss crossing the country we're truckers were young we're having to get down but he says that as the years drag on life on the road began to lose its luster he says the lifestyle was unhealthy and the schedule became grueling you just get tired of the same stuff all time of sleeping in the truck you you're in this little box all the time reynoso did eventually work his way up to management but he says despite better pay the.
"florida everglades" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Radio on tune in this news report is sponsored by athletico physical therapy and here with the news is steve bertrand it is overcast and fifty degrees right now at o'hare apple ceo tim cook is on a field trip to chicago is lane tech high school today unveiling a smaller less expensive ipad mark gherman was blooberg says the new software will be geared toward helping students turn in homework record lessons in download digital textbooks it's all as apple chases some other education industry hoping to stack up against excess that google has seen in recent years their classroom student platforms apple ceo tim cook also introduced updates to education software lane tech fiftysevenyearold lockport man is missing after he failed to return from a kayaking trip in the florida everglades the coast guard says it's looking for james soaltee says daughter says he was expected back on sunday residents of an building across the street from the future side of the obama center say they're facing a two hundred dollar a month rent increase alex goldenberg with the community benefit agreement coalition says the getting together this afternoon outside alderman willie cochran longtime residents especially low income and working family needs to be protected and so that's why we've been calling for community benefit ordinance says the ordinance would protect residents against displacement before the obamas center plans are approved a michigan state university official who oversaw a clinic where former sports dr larry nassar worked is now facing criminal charges of his own for allegedly inappropriately touching a student and storing nude photos of female students on his computer williams tramples expected to be arraigned this afternoon the road to the final four for loyola heads to san antonio now travel expert janine turner says their tickets available right now if you want to get into the game on saturday that she the seat they're going for.
"florida everglades" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Kfi am 640 more stimulating talk welcome back to the show filling in for george noory this is dave schreyer if you have questions you have something you'd like to bring up will open a phone lines next hour you can also email me dave at darkness radiocom and i'll do my best to filter in some of your questions to our guest duct your heart one thing i'm curious about his lynn you were doing this feedback system is there any potential danger to feeding back this type of energy to the brain uh not the written because we're only feeding back on naturally occurring activity and so there are some technologies that put strange foreign frequencies into the brain uh through eight bite nor being either flashing lights and there are potential dangerous especially with the flashing lights you can trigger epilepsy in somebody who's a susceptible ecologists are very concerned about the problem of invasive species you get some african towed on a hawaiian island and pretty soon old ground that's birds are gone or the blow of the uh constrictor snakes uh that have taken over the florida everglades killing virtually all of the mammals i'm concerned about invasive frequencies so i would consider it potentiallydangerous too jacked in any form frequencies into the brain which are not natural not indigenous what we're doing is only feeding back with the brain is doing already and helping it to do more of that plus with research we've learned to some brain a really good to enhance like alpha and others like beta you probably don't want to enhance those 'cause they're associated with stress and anxiety and negative emotions so we're helping people feel better uh naturally now down there i know there's been some work done if you don't let me ask you a real quickly there's been some words on where you were just talking about you don't really want to feed in being it because that's where anxiety and depression zone that negatively can be either i've heard um from other researchers uh in in some.
"florida everglades" Discussed on KELO
"Welcome back to the show filling in for george noory this is dave schreyer if you have questions you have something you'd like to bring up will open up phone lines next hour you can also email me dave at darkness radiocom and i'll do my best to filter in some of your questions to our guest dr heart one thing and curious about his lynn you were doing this feedback system is there any potential danger to feeding back this type of energy to the brain oh no the written because we're only feeding back on naturally occurring activity and so there are some technologies that put strange foreign frequencies into the brain uh through eight by nor will be either flashing lights and there are potential dangers especially with the flashing lights you can trigger epilepsy in somebody who's a susceptible ecologists are very concerned about the problem of invasive species you get some african towed on the hawaiian island and pretty soon all the ground nesting birds are gone or the uh blow us the uh constrictor stakes uh that have taken over the florida everglades killing virtually all of the mammals i'm concerned about invasive frequencies so i would consider it potentiallydangerous to inject in any form frequencies into the brain which are not natural not indigenous what we're doing is only feeding back with the brain is doing already and helping it to do more of that plus with research we've learned to some brain waves a really good to enhance like alpha and others like beta you probably don't want to uh enhanced those 'cause they're associated with stress and anxiety in negative emotions so we're helping people feel better uh naturally now now i know there's been some work done let me ask you were real quickly there's been some more down where you were just talking about you don't really want to feed in beta because that's where anxiety and depression some of that negatively can be ivor i've heard from other researchers in in some.
"florida everglades" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Welcome back to the show filling in for george noory this is dave schreyer if you have questions you have something you'd like to bring up will open a phone lines next hour you can also email me dave at darkness radiocom and i'll do my best to filter and some of your questions to our guest dr heart one thing i'm curious about his lynn you were doing this feedback system is there any potential danger to feeding back this type of energy to the brain uh no the risen because we're only feeding back on naturally occurring activity and so there are some technologies that put strain foreign frequencies into the brain uh through eight by nor will be either flashing lights and there are potential dangers especially with the flashing lights should contribute up lipsey in somebody who's a susceptible ecologists are very concerned about the problem of invasive species you get some african towed on a hawaiian island and pretty soon all the ground there some birds are gone or the blow of the uh constrictor snakes uh that have taken over the florida everglades killing virtually all of the mammals i'm concerned about invasive frequencies so i would consider it potentiallydangerous to inject in any form frequencies into the brain which are not natural not indigenous what we're doing is only feeding back with the brain is doing already and helping it to do more of that plus with research we've learned that some brainwave a really good to enhance like alpha and others like beta you probably don't want to enhance those 'cause they're associated with stress and anxiety and negative emotions so we're helping people feel better uh naturally now now i know there's been some work done is you don't let me ask you a real quickly there's been some more done where you were just talking about you don't really want to eat in the unit because that's where anxiety and depression some of that negatively each be i've i've heard um from other researchers uh and and some.
"florida everglades" Discussed on KELO
"Welcome back to the show filling in for george noory this is dave schreyer if you have questions you have something you'd like to bring up will open up phone lines next hour you can also email me dave at darkness radiocom and i'll do my best to filter in some of your questions to our guest at dr heart one thing i'm curious about his lynn you were doing this feedback system is there any potential danger to feeding back this type of energy to the brain uh no the reason because we're only feeding back on naturally occurring activity and so there are some technologies that put strange foreign frequencies into the brain uh through eight bite nor will be either flashing lights and there are potential dangers especially with the flashing lights you can trigger epilepsy in somebody who's a susceptible ecologists are very concerned about the problem of invasive species you get some african towed on hawaiian island and pretty soon all the ground that's the birds are gone or be uh blow of the uh constrictor stakes uh that have taken over the florida everglades killing virtually all of the mammals i'm concerned about invasive frequencies so i would consider it potentiallydangerous to inject in any form frequencies into the brain which are not natural not indigenous what we're doing is only feeding back with the brain is doing already and helping it to do more of that plus with research we've learned to some brain waves a really good to enhance like alpha and others like beta you probably don't want to uh enhanced those 'cause they're associated with stress and anxiety in negative emotions so we're helping people feel better uh naturally now now i know there's been some words on real quickly there's been some words on where you were just talking about you don't really want to beat up because that's where anxiety and depression some of that negative at each and be i've i've heard um from other researchers in in some the articles of red online that much like noise cancelling that they use and cars were they'll raise the sound of the engine to atone aladi so it's vibrating almost the same rates year not hearing and almost cancels out the sound of that the cars making that by the bio feed backing the same type of beta waves back at it you'll cancel out those negative feelings what do you make of that kind of.
"florida everglades" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Second suspect is being sought the south carolina serial killer claims there are more victims yet to be discovered in an eightpage letter written from jail to a south carolina newspaper serial killer todd coal hap says he has more victims who have not been followed the forty six year old pleaded guilty in may to killing seven people over a decade as he ran a real estate business in spartanburg south carolina he was arrested after police rescued a woman shade inside a storage container on his property a body buried in a shallow grave was filed at nearby coal hep says his claims of more victims was quote blown off by police and the fbi jim krasula cbs news recruiting to gainesville police former wwe wrestler was hswan is under arrest charged with battery and false imprisonment with his wife swan reportedly get into an argument with his wife who is also a wrestler she jumped out of their slowmoving car a witness that then saw swan put his life you to a headlock dragor back into the vehicle he'll be in court to face charges tomorrow too bad or rescued after getting lost during a walk through the florida everglades corresponded pat piper tells us what went wrong a pair of hikers planned a three day walk through parts of the florida everglades called the florida trail that was last week to make up lost they found themselves in waist deep water without our gators water moccasins in view and after seven days one was able to reach the collier county sheriff saying they were out of food among other problems i helicopter tracked a cell phone signal and made the rescue neither of the ben who was injured the joaquin eta led police on a highspeed chase study arresting officers he crashed his minivan because he was checking his cell phone for direction logan michael brandenburg making the admission wadi was taken from the hospital to the county jail he was pulled over and fled the scene after telling officers each smoked marijuana was on probation police say the chase reach speeds of one hundred miles an hour before the suspects minivan jump the.
"florida everglades" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And the early 1990s the new times reported woodside yao way and fourteen other members at the cult were arrested by federal agents are charged with racketeering and conspiracy in fourteen murders and the firebombing this is this cult that he belonged to ricardo woodside the maurice's brother who had once been the cult in the called testified in court that his brother had helped beat a man named ashton green who argued with your way and waste take into the florida everglades everglades take into the florida everglades bar in may and beheaded with a machete according to the new times this is what the michael the black man's brother testified do he also testified that maurice woodside was the cult member who grabbed a e n a man named leonard debris stabbed him in the eye with dick yang wei was sentenced to eleven years in prison maurice woodside who denies the cult denies that they were violent was acquitted along with six others he was acquitted do that years later woodside changed his name to maurice simon at eventually he became michael the black man the guy who stands behind behind donald trump at all these rallies that that's the character that's the character that they have embraced they don't know if if if he has been deliberately placed there by the the advance people in you know for trump but he's always there and they're always pictures of him and he's always standing up and he's always showing this shine former cult member according to all of the test damani according to court records according to federal authorities was prosecuted but acquitted michael the black man that's a trump supporter right away i of so uh let's let's take oh yeah let's take a break and take some calls okay uh let's let's do this uh seven seven three seven six three nine two seven eight let's get some of these calls and early because lu lang will be here shortly and i want to spend a lot of time with him we'll be back after this.