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KAMUKE PRESENTS UKULELE STORIES
"Presented by Cam, you lately magazine, this is ukulele stories. Hello. My name is Cameron Murray and welcome to a brand new pug cost which plan to investigate people's connections with the ukulele, you should know from the outset. This is not a podcast that will teach you how to play the ukulele, and nor is it a pug cost that will teach you about the ukulele. This project is about people at about music and the intersection at which they meet in upcoming episodes. I'll speak with many of the stars of the quarreled is well as lots of other people who aren't well known. But have an interesting story to tell at this point, I suppose, you may be wondering who I am. Well, let me give you a quick rundown on my Euch laid story when I was about ten and nine hundred ninety I was living in Johannesburg South Africa sometime before that I wanted to top because my dad plays one. But being a man of good taste. He refused to buy me cheap plastic child's guitar. And so instead, he got me a Japanese soprano ukulele at amuse. Extols closing down sale. My step grandad was once a member of the George Formby society England, and I've grown up admiring his collection of fine. Banja utilize so one day sick of seeing my little soprano gathering dust in the corner of my bedroom. I also teach me a few codes. And that's where it all began. Now, I feel I should point out the plane. The ukulele wasn't extremely odd thing to do nine hundred ninety particularly in South Africa. Most people had never heard of the new fangled intimate and the only living person I've ever seen play was my step grandad. Luckily, I could go with my dad to a local folk club, which is where I started performing I emigrated with my family to a stray Ilya just over twenty years ago and my dad, and I quickly found places to play in two thousand and four I was invited to perform small concert that was being organized, by lovely woman named rose to. Epa the local legend she had somehow tranquil down along with a few other ukulele plays including the great as Bill. We did the show at the historic Bondi pavilion on Sydney's famous Bundy beach and afterwards guy from community. College approach me about teaching some ukulele classes having never taught anything in my life. I immediately agreed to do is teaching was great fun. Just as people were starting to latch onto the growing worldwide ukulele movement. And if you have my student started a club called scum this George Sutherland community of ukulele musicians from their other clubs usually with similarly, silly names proliferated as it clearly festivals. And now the same trick events. When I wasn't strong. My I was working as a journalist. So in twenty eleven I brought my two passions together to create ukulele magazine. And makes it features interviews reviews playing tips historical articles, if that's something you might be interested in he can find out more dot com. That's K KM UK e dot com. I suppose my third pensioners collecting ukulele vintage Martin's from the nineteen twenties have a special place in my heart because of their amazing history and unrivaled sound I honestly never thought. I'd own one. But I now have my dream sit one K to K three K sopranos the case dance for Hawaiian Koa wood. I also have an eight string one K Tara patch which was kindly given to me, but my step grandad along with all of his incredible banjo. Ucs? I've always enjoyed playing tunes from the nineteen twenties and thirties and George Formby songs, of course. But I find myself writing more and more original material. I recently released an EP entitled fly myself to you it features five originals in the middle of classics, and you can get it now on Spotify or wherever you get your music. So that's me. Hi, I do hope you join me on this journey of musical discovery. I think it's gonna be fun. Every episode of the show will end with the song either from me or my guest this track of mines called Angela's cafe in. It's about one of my childhood haunts and Johannesburg I figured out the best times I had the cafe all took place in nineteen Ninety-one. So I sent myself a little sun writing challenge to make every lyric somehow relate to that year. Thanks for listening and goodbye for now. Ninety one we played in the. Coco was on the MTV the good to be free. My best friends. Mike rampant twenty-five years nine role that time. Come on the way some twentieth. We'll play pacman a double dragon runs out. Runs out. Side. Pocket of krypton do. Daley skating down. Really was. Come on down low twenty. They'll pay pacman. Double dragon. Runs out. Avenue. The. Guns rose out onto with. Fun released never mind. I couldn't get enough. Ready in by the. Never seen come on. Twenties. Pacman double dragon down. Never know. Thanks to just try to down where some thorough. Thanks. Fun. If you wanted to be when you off all the negative now times walking. Come on land. Twenty. Ben tag.
Ukulele Stories: Mic Conway
"Presented by Cam. You lady magazine, this is ukulele stories. Hello. My name's Cameron Murray. And welcome to episode two of ukulele stories, and this installment I chat with the fantastic mic. Conway something of an Australian music legend, Mick I found success when he formed the camps and matchbox where band with his brother Jim in the late nineteen sixties in the seventies. He befriended late. Great Sydney artist Martin shop and played with tiny, Tim, which as you're here was an interesting experience. More recently mic has collaborated with brilliant player as Bill, and we'll be known to younger listeners is the voice of the wiggles wags the dog. He's still gigs regularly is the leader of the national junk band, and I'm proud to call him a friend in fact back in twenty eleven Mick acted as the see the official launch of Cami ukulele magazine for which I'll always be grateful. This episode was recorded at mix home to please excuse any background noise. I hope you enjoy it. First question is do you remember list and counter with eagle early? Well, I remember hearing on all seventy records some Hawaiian Benz and loving that. And then in early seventies. When I was formed little Judd ban wanted to play street instrument, and I was make Fleming was in my van got hold of a man Euch. Those started around a well and he saw this year. I was really happy with it and got found couple months lighter sin, come allies commodities or the so that were little less precise in in England. But but the Martin's was and with the commies just love them. And I was just I was from that moment in love with the so it was from those old Hawaiian recordings. Yeah. When I was a kid when I was a child I used to go round too old to school face and up shops collecting all the ice with silly titles on them. But it was a lot Wyan things as well. So so the the just and the the beautiful thing that happened from me at the same time very early in the pace hostile learning. Just getting cord Scheidt's edible book, but I'm mitt and he played with me and record with me, Liz Adams, have you heard of him? I have actually he had him Hawaiian band in the sixties. He had all these von recordings. He he'd gone until Hawaii and and discovered the ukulele, and he's very good at the lap steel and Hawaiian steel and all that he was very gripe fly, and he had these bands, Liz Adams and these wines, even though he was as all the you're not ours. Event and killed on his get Andrews flat and learn Lindstrom's and things of that. That was my early beginnings in Yukon, are certainly wasn't these style people. Let's fisher. But just love the UK and just was got me going to lose a, hey, he passed away. But I'll recall old when you he was ready issue. And he was in my twenties, and he was in his sixties rhyme. So he in flatten secure with his wife, and he we got him on an mesh boxers in captain matchbox dies. Which was a sort of comedy van of the seventies. And we got into ply on one of our albums. And and we did this this recording lullaby which during the punky, I said we will completely against the grind of everything which was close year was anti. But again when it was it was lucky, right? His own relaxed. Not in twenties thirties, so Lalla is sweet sweet crooning team. And we got list to play. Still this slide in Hawaiian steel on it as well as you on the recording of it ending subscribe. And it was just an Ellison not going ideal on you're having your mentor will take to come out fly on your record. And all that. And he was just used his lovely guy. So what about the pop from the sound the else did you like about it? Well, the the risen things. I I, you know, I often you play and you can pick out a melody do miles things as well as rhythm and melody, you know, but I liked the rhythm pie. And in fact, Liz Adams on love the one the pipe of personal. I loved his his rhythm plying was George Formby. Liz Adams told me this incredible story. So he saw George Formby at the Palais in Velzen killed in the forties fifties. And he said George Formby was sitting in front with these Banja Euch flying away. And like dazzling everything where these days right hand was just just roundabout bump, and and every so often less is watching this guy. And every so often a hand with got it through finish the song hand got there in now, the Uk and and list. This is what was then he realized that George didn't ply many coolants. I'd only did was he was in charging Casey got just utilize in different ways. And it was just he's rhythm had was everything. And. Yeah, that's that's all I just love the kind of that sort of stuff. But I was all Sydney is that you got an Australia. Didn't really have you have some Hawaiian pliers. But it was tended to be more American wing leash versions of Weinstock on the surveys. But you can't Caisley you would get. Sola while the oil somebody like that. But I- king any something on that. But the mostly kind of commercialized versions of Hawaiian which were very good as well, loved them anyways. So. Yes. I'm probably digressing for your lot. But but anyway, yeah, I just was in love with the you could very you wanna just hit about in here. Anyone ply until I picked up myself. And then God, you're just gonna sell towards and then then came across Liz Adams later on that couple us down the track. And then he started showing me Hawaiian strums will these things this is when you picked it up latex seventies. I guess. Also, it wasn't much utilizing happening wanted you decide to go totally against the grain against wrong punky. Well, I didn't I wasn't getting it just deliver decisions. I just love twenties and thirties museum, my grandparents were vulnerable, and my mother's brothers were seniors. But my brother my mother loved. Woah. And I was a love as well. Even though I couldn't play. The grandfather did fell in love with the twenties thirties things that are very early age. And and so one from the ban. I phoned abandoned highschool Lukoil the jelly bean. Jack, Bank move was complying. Excel play washboard, John. Yeah. That would kind of makes it instruments had a natural thing for non you. I could seeing so so did that my brother started Monica. And so so the it was kind of the Knicks John from north Minneapolis by any could just casual John vises miss the so accessible, and and it was already in love with it. Anyway. So it was just a natural progression your grandparents food more villains. Yes. Well, my grandfather was and his brothers and sisters were great aunts and great prices. Species. I'm a grandfather was this. Show you fatal as alot. He's a wizard of the world. They usually here. He's. Thanks. Wow, lying will ISSA. That's with this band of there that that will live to end. Whereas these this Mike right often Eichel's buying large. I'm Ben in the backyard of housing. He was at the at the state theatre in Sydney on like, many Evans and always born here. Our own. Our own. Other than was called changes ninety James because he felt discriminated for being junior. He wasn't a ju ju just you have to be you have to get through the material. He's a Jew. But he's model was we don't even know what she was. But we my grandmother was thinks she's a gypsy with prolonged temperature's original. But we're Naveh she's gypsy. But a long story we I still not happen. But anyway. Yes. Many areas was plight with my rain and all those stride in. My father's follows Stevie in. No. And my. Was this avoidable side of the family and the great aunt my at alight at she was tapped and so dental points things and the head another great aunt Allah who used to play in the board shows as as a child. Till the Kuti seven she probably the part of the child because he was Tony and she lived to the one hundred and four radically. So anyway, so based in Sydney. Based in. Oh, yeah. Woes in Sydney, then. The the absolute Melvin lighter on there. I was born in Sydney and rice, but raised in a move to Milton. Yeah. So just had that Laval kind of wacky of twenties thirties come novelties 'cause I was collecting L Sydney is not because of a grandfather anything, but just because I love it. I don't know what happened. What do you think makes the have perfect vaudeville? Well, it's got a happy sound. I'm even though you can play tunes on the year as a rule is a happy. Yes. Tended to be uploaded positive, and it suits that kind of swing kind of kind of flight as and syncopation and things of that that you that you get that era from the twenties and thirties ear, it's the golden age. How important is now in to the national jump van prisons? Oh, yes. Important. Will still donelson, you know, and he's he's he loves the Uk talk play a little bit. You can. But I'm more more planning Soule's as much more. But I also had the ten guitar the national tenant lock of big egalite anyway string string net. DGB yet is now when I start applying CD like CG GD, I eight ten banjo which play but not very willy. But having said that. Yes. Oh, but Annette you just started jumping stunt plane. Vanja shots on on all with the tuning in the vice versa Hosking on this. I just simple thought. Some people just just natural. Not applaud our kind of why deemed people as well. The wave you go. I was being fifteen to the twenties in Sikkim fifties to the early sixties TV in hunger, Gulf rejoins. And now the internet mainly, do you think is impacted on your career as giving you more cheese? Yeah. A little bit not a lot again, a few ukulele fistfuls and things like that. But the club is become more acceptable. I mean, what all of us doing implying equally in the seventies. You know, what's the accident? You guitar you put in the washing machine and Shraga something there's only jokes about it. But they didn't get it, you know, and that will cut all this wacky carnival Golda lists all bull now. So as much a little bit more mine strain, which is quite good into why? But at the same time listenable spos-, but I don't worry about it hasn't really custom. I'm not a specialist ukulele player, and I'm not a red hawk player. Anyway, just spin the great thing about you for me on the senior. And it's the tactic support for the voice is just. For that. So and you can travel with it so easily, you know, you don't have to you know, you can just been to Jimmy and on the on the on board in the plein internet. No, eight even with my carry on luggage. You could still bring the year that. So. Yeah. So now, it's it's couldn't every y you know, but yeah, speaking the seventies. Did you have a meet tiny Tim news upright with Martin Shaw with? Plight at Martin's funeral right? These church in Sydney, he asked me because I went down with Tango, my one of my daughters who's doing I to say at the time she was doing portrait. So the office and say for her right to say on new mountain mountain Martha ski concede knee from coming from Melbourne with the kept a mesh. Both will Ben was at the yellow house, which is legendary. Plice in kings cross which we believed in spent a couple of weeks it and so new month from that in also I discovered in the sixties when school tiny, Tim because I didn't think anybody plied that. So the music dies his all rolling signs, and Beatles and things like that which didn't author that would good to suddenly there was this playing songs from the turn of the century wrought through to the thirties and forties and fifties off thinking, oh my God you and he was pretty invoice and hit this rich people only nine for his whole setup. But he had this incredible rich baritone voice, and I just I just love what he didn't. He's I all of them. I discovered these first album which is godless tiny, Tim and right up to me. It was like such nice people at lot changing thing was saying here inside dippers, and it was a very good album. But to me it was godless tiny, Tim. No, he and Chris. No it was big fan of tiny Bill in the eighties. Nineties got to ply with Tani a few times. And I'll go to meeting a number of tons of three eccentric, very silly, man. He was he was a bit life. He was a bit of a FICO with easy though. Oh, he was a he do he just pretty good. There's a real now, I'm not I'm not putting down, but he we had to cut fortunate. I didn't have to kick out with him in the courts. We just we had to actually company at Paddington town whole once and that was. Mind-boggling before I had to really musicians because he would just tight often. He would just go one song to the next to the next to the next, and you just didn't nine the Khaiauri thing in no Roussel. You didn't let us with him. And so you refused hers. So that's just not a stall. He's not he's staying, but he don't have to live behind four hours on those gigs washboard zoos and things like that. Days 'cause mice if it was in four four pretty easy guitars and the buysc lies. All. To keep up with it would work. He was very massive contradictions as. Oh, yeah. How to deal with apart from the personal? He was lovely. But it is. So eccentric of just reading this book about as cool Accenture pedia, which is all about an extension of of the world. Most interesting people in the world is what it says. And there are some pretty bizarre ones is right in. Because even he was into us. He was like a sleazeball of the sign Tom is being over religious, exactly. And yet used Jewish. Full Martinus, a big supporter of flails. A little tiny. And now, he absolutely he was Tiny's. Tony's. Moton. Using did supporting a lot I mean between stride embody mountain eleven and blew a lot of money on these some of these projects didn't. Mike. I lost money lost. But he just loved tiny been hanging. I love Tanya on wasn't trying to up the Email. I'm already had none. And so he was he got me to seeing when he was dying this last in the and got me to come down and play you got going to sing at his funeral ESPN in the rain, though. Which I did on the to do that this beautiful song. Of the verse on on doing this. And I love that's what Tony to did. A lot of verses of songs that I I've never heard of this young you hit his dance band things, which is punishable. In the middle. And that's it. And he he like. Never heard. I've never heard this of s Tom gay spa until the Tani's interesting there ever. That. He so. Yeah. No love tiny tiny. Tim was a big influence when I was a school kid discovered because all ready collecting semi I suddenly discovered. Oh, yeah. You can actually play this music and people will like it because he was he was a big staff. Any other historical plays? Did you that? I listen to like. Yeah. Well lighter lighter on. Does a those wall in place as I Bill blew me out when he when did you hear I saw him in nineteen ninety eight? I was the bidding. Komo games expire whatever it was. And he was playing at the festival, and we will find it the fiscal, and I did not notice never heard been just blew me. A while you are incredibly so. Yes. So very informed of friendship with him in his record on all the junk fan Helms since and love what he does. So. Yeah. I'm just trying to think the flies that I. Question if you can record you with any you play living day here cheese. Oh. Or if you get him to play on a jock. Man, Eliot is gee, that's a good question. What George Foley because he's rhythm plying? Ukelele also. So I didn't hear you clearly concil the volatile coming. So you Cl is one of my favorite films of all time. But because I love singing as well as he's head. He's not only does the verses. But. Ukelele because he's like you can he can do rhythm stuff. That's fantastic. But he will set can switch to playing melodies. He's he's really -ccomplish than. Album is had a tragic loss, of course. But yet ukulele guest if I choose I choose the ukulele, but I didn't even know when I was a kid. I didn't have any recordings of him on discovered him in the seventies. When I had von oil recordings and reissues of stocking. And discovery was the one who seeing when you wish on a star on Disney. Larry, oh my God. Guy. Getting back to you from sills your or your soprano man sort of through through. Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna do ten guitar which is like a big you getting sauce, but that's the baritone Euch in the white. Tired? But but now, I love this other. Lots of people very kind of use. I don't want it to sound like a detachment and less. It has to be time like ten depending Atara whereas matchbox day habit on that determined. I was in lost with descends imply it because he could play it, really. Well. But I voted off because he was decided to drop out and become a teacher. And we wanted to sell some of these straw out of the real using industry. Get a real job. So he that was in Las with very rainy out for millburn. I was sitting at the time now as acting in mobile. Here. He he sold it two hundred bucks. And then Bob Brosnan tells me that that ticket model of national ten guitars these spatial seven six and is like incredibly rainbow bras McGrory ever seen one had never seen. That special didn't believe Phil Taty my hat because Phil was working with them to NEW GUINEA with into film stuff in you Guinean, and Phil said that mix color, and he said, I don't believe it. But then. As wasn't in great condition when HUD guy to me was pliable neck was broken. He's gonna fix now. Love it. Even just thought of lace being used. All and. Your favorite guitar. Do you have a favorite Euch the mountain? I still got the mountain says the one you want to hit. He's stew of the Stilo. It's the one was the simplest one is. It hasn't got hasn't. Got building lies. Hit you send you there. It's just sounds beautiful. And also when you're cool with it doesn't see the come lack. I'm cool with that. 'cause I think down on guys energy. Does event it's possible in law situation, but recording you can't do it. So I love the mountains. Just got a lovely warm time. I just love it. So what about songwriting? Do you use the to do harm do all the ten? Yeah. And but mostly attend this authentic wrought with other people because our do occasionally invent little melodies and things like that. But. Right in the of the twenties and thirties anyway, musically. Rod. That's my head is still John even live, but lyrically bit more contemporary, of course. But but yes, oh, I do with the luck. Yeah. Because it's just it's just easy accessible once again, and and supports voice beautifully side. What's your favorite Hsun to play? Sitting around eighteen. Probably will those an all Sydney record cold. If I have been in Cuba. I think I'll see to inspiring, and I like flying because this that Brazil rift done that you can do that really easy on the year discovered. So they've obviously stolen riff from them. And but the song is not one of the eyes of God which had a silly silly lyric on the title is to say good will. That's how I did like a lot because it's very has seven right cords, and he's in workout was able to work at pretty quickly and and sticking the riff and thinking this is rhythmically. About the wiggles. You've done a lot of work the wiggles not much work. I have done a little bit of you quirk and little bit of how Monica with them, but they have a higher -pinion of me as a musician than a warrant. Having said, I think I think I'm really to start with my brother. Good good plan on apply. I have one did with the wiggles his got this wash for which is full of silly noises and things and so. Recorded with him with that and done little TV show on TV. I haven't done the wiggles for a few years since the new broom yet or having gone, but I. Were they might hear start? And they got me to always for twenty years. The voice of wags the dog two years years where John living going twenty seven times, really. And that wags the dog. Oh, I was up being the dog bettys until like the new broom. And so that done. They're doing lane house now, but they used to get me into back into a marker fine. We have conspiracy. Eventually. But the long to a number of years, I used to have these ridiculous recording sessions the wiggles where that would get me of the balking emotions and sounds responses to things that they had. And then I was just put them into the shows the TV or whatever that is is my client voice the dog. Yeah. But I didn't really play. I think multiply uconn one song for them off. That's all. Got one more complete the sentence play that you go to calls. What was it L moldy? Because it makes me happy. But this is really draw dog to EJ cut an answer. Jio over there. That's the truth. Because I love it. I love the sound. I love a love you, and I'm gonna go some bad jokes. But you give us. What was the missing link between music and noise. People like that one that one. Banjos tell letting Jimmy. Two very slowly. And I could speak English that got it. So. Palms. So they on the on the other one is the it's the all clear, the kind of the music. How? You know, I love it you go to you. Hold league is the kind of the music industry or in. I think the places I say the coke roaches. Because it so you dick now that's because there's so many people that help lying as we said before, you know, getting people into music, isn't it is it's it's an avenue upset about that. No, I'm not another. I even even when they're plying crappy rolling signs on on the year. He played guitar still think this is good. Seventy older people get into the helped me saving off dementia and also Trivet like the world you live this. Lies this. What is I? What? Well, they have it the fabulous mic Conway if you'd like to find out more about MC, and we're he'll be playing check out his website and mic Conway dot com. And you might also like to get your hands on a copy of the terrific book, canton, matchbox ambience, the music and mayhem mic and Jim Conway, which is available now to take us out. Here's mitt commes national junk band with Wiki when he wou until next time keep on strumming. Wanna go to Hawaii sale across DO? The wanna do. Ukelele palm tree. A week. The canoe. Me too. Linger is true. Woo. Wicky wacky.
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"Welcome back to learn astrology with mary minds. Mary englishman formby w. w. dot managed comparing cut cane. Uk astrology not say that every week suicide botic. Now hello how you a couple of things. I think one a went to the podiatrist this speaking. Cheapest feet and doing the sort of thing and we got into a discussion replaced. The lady that used to my feet functioning sheba hearts or got new lady to feet and pisces pisces. Rules of feet tall need to have them checked. 'cause talk talk type one diabetes and so feet are important and anyway We've had to have a chat and was by a train in learned about sales. And she's she told me she was an aquarius and get out. I five seconds and it was ten about homeopathy in hypnotherapy and do stuff and then she said i'm very science based she said okay but i'm open to lee sings. She's an aquarius aquarians. Keyword for them is freedom. Ships obviously never heard anybody say that's been so two of them quizzical and yes. She said that's me anyway. And go further into compensation doesn't matter about forty minutes and you can't move about the place front room with your defeat. Tom as you said a stock which is hard. So keeping the conversation har- lynch enormous signs based somebody. Hey as you know but keep an open mind said i said. Keep an open mind alternative therapies because some of the nba particularly good and helpful and And then somehow or other. The conversation steed onto astrology had mentioned nominate structures were and she was fascinated to fascinate with distortions. Leaked out under second. Now you start this. Compensation talked about science based and she is trained in a discipline that in the uk. is not classified. Interpretive therapy paddock Dod word for it was cool. Pattie is something that you have to be medically trained for medically qualified blockbuster. And with that qualification. You could work in the nhl national health steps. And she wasn't very old so maybe she was in their twenties. She was so interested in the storage area. Stop well I don't think estrogen comes under a scientific heading. And it's interesting why you're also interested where told by polka sorta and you would be up to this website. Judge bill the first ones. And i just thought it was funny. She is quite adamant about the science thing and then she was by mentioned destroyed and just said one keyword for aquarius. And it's funny. How astrology can be fascinating to people that maintain that scientifically orientated Possess amount of science in maths and everything else but it's a belief system k. Astrology even though it's backed up with astronomy it is a belief system. There has to be a belief though what you're doing is right and not about belief as in religion belief. Stop believing gordon norman amid battery bug into discussions about belief. Now this week I'm going to be talking about the moon and mercury in pisces cutting now i was contemplating using some particular charts examples but there are absolutely bazillions of the moment astra theme earlier on had a quick look. And just read you the list with moon in pisces. And they're rated popularity so got michelle obama. Michael jackson martin. Luther king kim kardashian kanye west. Hillary clinton elvis presley leonardo da vinci catherine seats jones. Prince musician race kelly. I would phone french Robin williams audrey hepburn. Robert deniro shake of our. We know a rider. Cindy crawford frank sinatra blahdy blahdy this no shortage of famous people with moon in pisces. Now moon in pisces. Doesn't stop anybody from doing anything. But i want to talk about. Is the moon in pisces. People that are putting too much about matron. Pisces might included a bit but the mooney pisces. People that i see in my practice now All depends on the person's level of Self-awareness because when the moon goes into pisces pisces. Is the sign of suffering. And i can guarantee you people with the moon in pisces will be more orientated towards suffering. Now obviously it depends whether or not the moon is square to the sun. I mean i'm a son. Pisces mean germanized sun moon square to each other metrics reg guay in pisces. Wars mess for millions of years until i reformed and when you've got square aspect to moon and this in pisces. It's the moon is gonna just bounce about doing its own thing now I got so many people in my head. I know of co moon in pisces. And i'm i was in contact this week with someone with new policy and sometimes people's lack of awareness about their moon cause this wasn't industry person has triggered me torch sold by the state the the mooney pisces beat drawn towards other people's suffering and the suffering of themselves And depending on whether or not foursquare or whatever it's Junked to and wherever and if you have moon in pisces. You must make sure that you make a specific personal effort to not allow your moon to jiji towards the suffering that you can be overwhelmed by not as could be other people suffering so it might be that you cope municipalities in. You're so sensitive to other people's feelings. She just woke about near dislike a raid off their negatively A similar thing can happen with people with neptune in the first house or a pisces ascendant. Near this the whole pisces. Thing is if there's too much like a weed it'll it'll describe and take over everything where a brand bottles fines brambles williams really you know it's it's when it's healthy. It's the most wonderful sign when a pisces planet is healthy it's super but when it's unhealthy unobserved on a where it can cause so many problems now i've mentioned before about the flower essences and the one moon in pisces pisces. In general is walk. Rose which is giving the bourboule again. Don't just poses second. The bible now this shortened version of Dots batches blurb for mock. Rock rose the flower senses. Feeling alarmed intensely scared horror and dread and The pasta visit the courage to face an emergency because people with moon in pisces. Not especially merck pisces. But people with moon in pisces. Will can get themselves into such an anxious state about x. y. said that they're almost sort of frozen in their scared. Miss what pros actually is is in the Batch flower rescue remedy which you've probably heard about And when batch made that particular remedy which is his first ones he said is the remedy for emergency cases where even appears no hope in accident or sudden illness when the patient is very frightened or terrified if the condition is serious enough to cause great fear to those around. If the patient is not conscious lips may be moistened with remedy. Other remedies edition may also be required for example this unconsciousness which is asleep a deep sleepy state clemencies if this torture acrimony and so on but raw. Crows is for moon in pisces. Is the one that i would make an astrological prescription for somebody. That has that signature. And it's really really important. I'm going to be lou pep talk now if you got your moon in pisces. You must protect your moon Because what will happen if you don't you will get your life will be taken long perfectly. Okay and then you find that your more absorbed with dooms scrolling or worrying about things that you cannot change or believe in every flipping youtube video. That you've watched about the The vaccinations genna. Achilleas type thing. Which it probably will kill us oops antigen people just like any medication will but the majority of the time it has a positive effect and is the only thing they've got to counteract the pandemic moon in pisces especially munich. Pisces is such a sensitive monarchs. Even more senstive such thing as possible than people that have mooning answer now cancer is actually immune meaning cancer is sort of happy replacement because the moon is happy in the sign at cancer but people with moon in. Pisces are very sensitive and probably don't even realize how sensitive they are now of the people. I'm thinking of the. I know personally with a moon in pisces. Because he's also a mutable sign and trust me. The beautiful signs live in the past. If i'm working with somebody with pisces. We wouldn't need to talk about whatever it was. Hurt them at some point in the policy. Release that especially with hypnotherapy mobilized take the person back to wherever the episode wars resolve the combated today because the mutable signs live in the past. And that's the moon the subconscious unconscious there will be this. This dependent sadness that will not consciously but unconsciously absolutely affect every waking moment that that will even their steeping moments of the person concerned Now it's a compassionate moon. Don't get me wrong about it. This sign pisces is compassionate but too much pisces anywhere. Brazil tsk in sorta like mold growing too much pisces tiv- too much pisces of any planet results in total disconnection from the earth based reality that we have now they'll be beenish toluca talkin about earth When i spend date considering aspects of solar system that were written But i'm i'm sending out advice hinna and so if you're working with somebody who's caught we knew pies's you need to dig dante activate your pluto Genetic dante with that person and find out where they're hurt is now munib pisces. Even more sensitive and kyron pisces. Could pisces cordell pennzoil. But muny pisces. Is it depends if it's aspect it or aspect to by the ascendant ease. What house in la la those all affected and Yeah it needs lost sleep. Said with his co. moon in pisces. You need just sleep. And so say for instance you were son sign aries and then you had jamuna munim pisces. The to bits of you are operating in such different ways. Because once the i on this idea last and you probably wouldn't even be saving. Averaging probably wouldn't even be aware that the devices hold you back in some way because you'll be abbott and then doing this survey these things Now if there's Gave you two of them up into the behead. Hey we clinton and What time it said. It was hillary clinton and grace kelly Graphing grace kelly's passed but we convinced are at sun sign scorpio so the moon probably is less of an issue So we do need to take into account oversee this son side of the person to. How's that been going to operate. But you have to remember that when the moon goes into pisces. It's the sign of martyrdom accounts. Haley amount of people that i know can tell because it runs into the tens tens of people. I know that have meaning pisces persona- and and they will let find and you get talking about. Wherever is that they got wrong with. The mole isn't bright. So what you doing about it. Or i can't do this. Can't eat account gojira condu- this stop doing to fix. Don't allow that wanted to take you over now. There's there is some complexities well when mercury's In pisces and that is always an issue for some someone with this signed in aries because again it's a sensitive signed and Mcewen pisces will be the mercury's the sign about how you think and some signs aries and your merck recent pisces. The plus side is that. There's the compassion there and disadvant- too especially with the way things are at the moment with cyprian brainwash marshburn open brainwashed but people feeling very faithful of lots of different things. And don't forget that the remedy for pisces walk for extreme fair. The will be about fearful things and things from the past. Mutable sign living in the power. I don't live in the past you know. Find when you're working with a client with find out what they got. That's in a cardinal. Syafei hafner no cardinal planets in the child away which is the cardinal houses to the cotton houses. The first house is the fourth house is the trying to think of the my head now. A cardinal has ten th house of missed one First house fourth house. seven thousand. maybe we did. And then ten thousand the cardinal houses if they don't have any permits in those cardinal houses to the rulers to the sign that the house starts in But you have to remember when you work with people with pisces planets. Even more so if they've got moon mercury in pisces. They'll cancel on the day. There'll be late there. Were remember things because what they're suffering for miss overwhelm and the other way to cope with overwhelm. Miss this for everything to stop all equally people with Macron moon in pisces will the do stuff And are so thing you know all those fluffy things that i'm involved in hip therapy. Homeopathy astrology especially astrology. That when you get to understanding of what pisces about fidel. Gamma sometime pisces. Aqua maxine pisces pisces. Though when you comprehend the limitations of the sign of pisces. Okay you can make things better. Not just for yourself. But for the people that are in your life and to say if you're working with people and also people pisces pants and you'd need to get live feedback. Matthew understood i've told you what did that mean for you. River will no. That's not what i meant. What i mean is that what does that mean you know. This can be lots of confusion and all of these things but the moon in pisces. It so much needs to be supported and so this sort of neat tip parties protect. I mean there's there's a. There's a a card that are using the ruins. It comes up. It's all about protection And that's what happens with people with moon and that she talked to me The pisces it needs protection. Obviously does meat saying to people can around with a tin foil overhead overtime all wherever. We don't know overboard with it but you need recognition because the moon operates so differently to the sun. The sun is the ego the outside part of it. The moon would be checking in the background. Tom and when it's in pisces. All the sudden off flip for whatever reason and especially so. I taught me talking about this. Admit because neptune is still in pisces. If you have mercury or moon in sunset sonera any alibis. Neptune is still making that link feeling transit. We got quite a few more years. This independent of what degree the plan. Its own your child. The later degrees of the passer fifteen degree mark there can be influenced by neptune of now going full circle. I have finished writing a book. About neptune Argue the tired of it next speed so that means our have to finish. The bloody thing is vince but is one chap- to the i need to edit And then i will be giving all podcast snus. A discount to the book is published. I'm just commissioning the cover. Everybody else's done part one chapters monday big needs to go into And odd love it. A few would not give the discount code sleep Identify put the discount code directly on the show notes. Legal during that. Because it's picked up a search engines. But i will put it into the blurb code few to use for discount but i would definitely definitely love you too. Bright a review hill there. Now there's only a few places where refused to make a difference in fact there's only one place and that's amazon. Everybody shops on amazon. But an awful of people to so refuse. Numbers are really helpful. The other place where refuse a helpful all is good weeds Because the reason that reviews fool for office they're selling on ninety nine point. Nine percent of seven is because as you will know that when you go to buy a book if there's no refused on his leg or take riskier. So when i give you the discount and when you buy the book feedback good wheat or amazon we stiffens because it allows people to know it's not question with the with the the book is good or bad they explain what the book did or didn't do for you. It lovely gained five star reviews and stuff. But i know when. I've gone to choose a book. So if the blurb hasn't given me what the books are bolt or is it worth me reading it That's gonna put me off others. Despair forewarn advance. And i've said that this week to make sure that antibiotics tweak. I've actually done something about it. Said self publishing this time of almond denard typical pisces way. about what. actually. I did submit. It's my publisher but they didn't think that it would be. They didn't think it would be a wide enough audience for it and they thought that it was more suited to the audience. I have you're my audience and it will be very suited to because Yes you'll enjoy it. So i'm just commissioning the cover. What nice ladies can do to come me. A in fact i submitted to publishers. Same thing came back to specific. Ha ha ha books about the title of the book. You'll find out more next week. So today's a as. I'm usually chart because i don't want to Get the impression that moon in pisces. Bad thing but korean pisces. battling On how i'm pisces. Myself however an awareness of the moon is so important maybe more so with a girl. Little boy possibly me. I'm just this last week of come across it harms. The oxygen are gonna have to speak about this. This week is so important because people are coming to me or come across the aunt interested in strategy or having an ostrich collegian accounts. Blurt out the Largely the reason is because they should. Because you'll new flopping politician need to some your best but when somebody has a reason than i'll make sure that they chose understand about that in their moon. I'm how important it is to find a means of protection for it only clear way of every now and again allowing those sensitive entities that parts to be klenge. No so using things white sage and burning it or using crystals or any of those things. With boise's planets is they work wonderfully crystals divide yuka parties planets. Trust me find a way to make the best of your pisces plummets by using other mystical stuff yeah it's trying to get across. Don't go down the rabbit hole with your pisces. Plays bring yourself back to We're living and is much too. Pisces also craves for to not be pisces. Decide to not be on the planet they so much want to be with the fairies in the angels and when nothing hurts and if it is wonderful to each other is beautiful colors in its law. And and it's it's painless and everything connects with everything else. And we're all one not set pert. That's that's what pisces ish. Driving for but too much time spent in that realm which. I think we stein company did to before with them and i talked about him quite. The new book. Means that you'll miss what's happening on the earth and all she be so Unready for when the universe pro life forever knocks you and And you haven't got the the bottom war imagery. You have got the tools to be able to cope with these things. So if you're learning astrology with me at the moment and you do have many pisces. Please pigmeat over the mood talk about each other. And you know what's the best way to care for that meeting policies and i can tell you now no other moon sign is the same as moon in pisces. Item even have it again. I'm not talking about personal experience. Until we've been a practice facility known so many people with edges so similar because they have moon in pisces an distinct sensitivity that needs to be cocooned sweat we could full cocooned and kept safe and allowed a certain amount of expression but never feed the moon in pisces. So much to overtakes the rest of the char which is what is happening at the moment with this. Neptune transit and this is one talk about because more people are coming to meet not trust me. They don't come into this slowly re didn't sneeze in coming into my sphere for other reasons is a pandemic own people that anti vaccine and a perfect outstanding above above. I'm you path. Spent little wildlife not having vaccines ones. That have been lost. One was age fifteen neither anything since but in a pandemic the only way to deal with it is a vaccine. This is sort of an anti antitax episode. It's just the reality of things needs to be kept in mind and with this long long transit with net in pisces anyone with pisces planet. Especially the moon in mercury. That being weighed down with rock wall. I don't even want to think about I just want to go back to the fluffy place but so the fluffy place owning needs to be visited for. Shoop percentage of the waking day Now another way to make a pisces plummets. Happy is a certain amount of altruistic involvement but the downside to that this is something autobahn. Lloyd people with Son in pisces. Is they do volunteer work. Then they get overwhelmed by all the suffering and he's a very fine line between being compassionate and helping others and being so overwhelmed that you useless. She can't help others. I mean. I've been very very careful in zillions years from practice that i have never felt overwhelmed and one time i did. I was of supervision canceling but tying because it didn't want to lose a job I love more too much to wounds to ever feel overwhelmed by detained. It epa sabbatical with the homeopathy mats. Then went back into again. Because it's part of who i am so it was a little lecture this. Excuse the rent about moon and mercury in pisces and the sensitivity and it been accentuated moment this loan transit of neptune in the sign of pisces more info. Next week about the book. And hopefully i've done that chapter twenty and hope you have fabric if you'd like to learn a strategy with me over email. Mary marrying dish takada. Hey you can find Information on the website and fighting a book first lesson on the website. You don't need to notify me. I bing and when i receive your email it depends on what time of day is up. Opinion data will have a chat. We'll get in contact and are use skype at use. Any other method skype is free. It's recordable it's easy to download afterwards. I know lots of people assume. Zoom the disadvantaged assumes it's clunky and the saving of your audio recording afterwards is in zoom language with skype. It's an mp full extended. Things could be done with it but soon contests that own software and it hasn't got the ability to do skype continues. 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135: Mikey is a Beatle Maniac
"Okay, here we go. Okay, here we go. It's skipping. The record is sweeping to get crazy and wild stay for awhile. Don't touch your radio Dial America backs in the back and staterooms jiggles and I really mean that they're trusting interlocutors think of the people if your kid wanted to find out whether or not there were, there's a man on the moon or whatever, you know, something, you know, whether those aliens are here or not, you know, who are the people, they talked to be on the kids, who love talking about it off to the Viking shower? Well, I'm pretty sure they won't ask you Joe, was that a clip from the movie Awakenings coon-dog? Oh my God. Yeah, they keep putting them out there man. It's just scary. He's doing their job. And what's your raise your hand if you think you see now, right? Okay, all three of us. I mean, I believe there's there's more and more proof coming out every single day. That our president. Is she now you know which is a shame, I sad, you know, and they pretend it's like the the emperor has no clothes, you know, the 36% of Americans believe that Joe Biden gets to choose his own ice cream flavor. Wait a second. How much older is Biden than you Bill Biden's 178 know them for years older than you have more than yes forty-two he's born in forty-two, this is five years older than you, that's right. Holy and here's a guy who's completely completely in charge of his future Destiny he lived to be a hundred years old. He acts like he's four. He looks like he's fifty-two when he acts like he's forty-one say that again. I'm sure these numbers off of what just happened. June plus what is a forty-one-year-old act like I don't even remember. Anyway, Joe, Biden is senile and we know that because well, someone wipes his platform. Somebody does, I guess you're right. That's his practice to keep. What did he say? That's been white. No, no, yes. But my husband wife, yeah. The Press notes. As you get older, your prouder of wage order thing. The only thing I have in common, well, as your, but they wiped. As a matter of fact, let me check. Welcome to episode 135 senility update dementia today. Alongside Bill Smith. Thank you. Who's busting wife been kitchen. Who's but spin-off? I'm Mike Adams. Entrepreneur. Yes, kind of a have a soothsayer watch. I'll say it. Soothe home. I got a lot going on. Episode 135. Can I just get quick into some business? First since we are this week sponsors are going to be two people who mean the world to me in tears yard, really. Yeah. Now as you know what this has been the summer of yard and it's for all my key and Upton. Massachusetts, you brought pictures, I showed you the picture and look at these pictures on my Facebook page. I guess so I still have one. Yeah. And and I'll tweet him out too because these to these two companies, my first of all let me talk about my friend Rick Smith Mancini landscape design. Okay, they spent it came in and they they were redoing my entire backyard removing giant Boulders which they moved over. Made a beautiful dog. Arpit out. If they removed these leveled, it off, they planted the hillside they put in natural steps, Granite, beautiful steps. I showed you the picture. Yeah, I'd look, fantastic choice these guys, and it's not just a Rick, it's also Jason J. The other guy who I call Stumpy and they came in and they did unbelievable. But it rained, as you know, when I was in Ohio, yeah, it rained every day, thunderstorm. So, I had this huge amount of what they came in and got it all prepped. And then they had to come back every day off. It's still raining. Still raining, still raining off, but they they finally when the rain subsided Mancini landscape design. Made my yard look like a million bucks. I mean, it's just unbelievable from the steps to the plantings to the leveling off of the law. Now, I can get a sit-down mower because it's level in there, aren't big giant Boulders in the middle of it. And now when you yell at the neighborhood kids to get off your lawn, it's because you're proud of it. That's exactly. Yep. So I want to thank Mancini, landscape design, they're out of Ashland. If you ever need work like that done. If you ever need Landscaping work or rearranging, done your home, they do everything Mancini. Landscape design, you'll find them on Facebook to what are you doing? Manual urea manscaping over there. I was manscaping me. That was we were watching man from the Drone of sounded like you hit a room or something they were out there with the leaf blower. You know? Why are leaf blowers so one-dimensional? All right, so now I'm going bill sent us a before pic before the manscaping don't send us the after pic. Yeah, that's the best one. So disturbing I thought it was a koala bear off. Now the other guy want to thank he's just came by today. Now, this is a different thing. This is a the deck I'm doing my whole yard is getting done. So there was some Boardwalk Top of my deck that just up your dicks, there was sticking up and they were really just like it was going to roast. Yeah. And I got, I'm going to redo the entire deck, you know, staying a waterproof, it make it beautiful. I'm not going to do that. I shouldn't say that J Harding. It's going to do that. Jay Hardin construction. That's the names. Remember he's out of Maynard. Massachusetts. Tremendous you want to talk about a fair quality. Professional guy. It's Jay Hardin, construction and Maynard, okay? I said it, I'll stand by it. I know it's true. These people have done stuff in my yard. I don't recommend people who aren't great. Wow. Think I've broken knuckle. Everybody, my thanks to those professionals and into the YouTube professionals who join me every single week here in a professional fashion. Thanks Mike. It's like broadcasting when you guys are here. It's like real real big Market broadcasting. When you guys are here that's like some small, you know, shitball radio that they have in the small markets. Like I worked at some some real dumps wlob in Portland. Maine tell us about that. Would be awful crap hole. That was I mean it was fully literally falling down. Was in the middle of a cow. Pasture? What year did it flood? There we had to take a, a plastic boat out to the transmitter to get it back on. The air is just ridiculous. It was a shithole. When, when was it the way I tell you, work the pike for a year. When was the only answer that question? What year were they? Did you work at the lab wlb page seventy-eight? It was right when Dennis Eckersley got traded to the Red Sox, ask a long time ago. What? That's the one I told you about it, when I got into the lobby, it said there's a sign on the job. It's on the bulletin board said if the cows get loose called Chester and it had his 207 phone number. We have to call Chester. Yeah, just the ones we had to eat off now. No word from Tatiana yet from either of you guys, nothing crickets. What have you uncovered? We're all failed. Giana, we're all failures on Tatiana. I sent her a little note on Twitter. Yeah. It said hey can you join us for this podcast of mine and I got no answer back at all. And then of course he pops up every five minutes on my team. Just, just before the show started here. I mean he's going to rub it in. I'd rather she really, really rubbed it in so maybe she's just stuck up. Right? Maybe she hates men. She doesn't appear to be that kind of girl. She was in the in the service that she was when she was an Army with it. I think so she could probably kick your ass. Maybe she hates men, we got off the choice of possibility in this day and age. Seriously, I have a, this is, I have a new favorite baseball player and I'm only, he's only my favorite baseball player now, he's not even on the Red Sox. He's only my favorite baseball player because of his name, his name is a classic or is they say in New York, a classic His name is a classic. Its you ready for this? It's spelled a r, a k. I l. That's his first name. Yeah. A Kia Soul, last name. Badoo v a d, d o, o q do. He's a young guy left-handed-hitting time, outfielder, okay. I think it's lead off form, I think. As a matter of fact, I think he hit a home run and it's very first pitch in the major leagues and it was in the news him, I kill. But do now tell me that isn't a tremendous need, a, what's your name that do bad? Do his sons cuz of his hair? No. Oh, does that sound like Fred Flintstone named him? You know, yabba-dabba-doo wage. Oh, yeah. I mean, it isn't that a tremendous name on the back of your uniform? Oh yeah, bad do. So I'm really rooting for the guy. Even though he's a tiger and the Tigers blow. That's a baseball name. I've killed by dog. Yep. Sounds like like something you say after a sneeze Zimbabwe. Donna Donna by he's oh goodness. Yeah. Yeah. Canadian good. Moring Connery and know that. That's your side of the family package. They told us anywhere from gonorrhea. All right. So where were we? Oh yeah. Well we're on the subject of baseball and I don't usually talk about baseball these days cuz I've lost my luster for the game and the last five years although I'm recovering from, I'm getting some of it back watching this year's Red Sox team because they are fun. The one thing, I don't know, all the players much based on over every place where he's born, how old he is, what are you when you hit last year? I don't do that anymore. I got too much clutter. So what I do now is I pick up? Oh this guy I like that guy. Rafael Devers probably not like that verse. You gotta love that kid. Devers Bogart's, he plays with a how do you say in French? Schwa de vivre. Is that the right term you play with a Panache. He plays with a certain Panache. Ed Panache was a shortstop from his minor league. It's just this year's Red Sox. Team should be likeable and they come from behind, you know, more often than Ron Jeremy. So they're really, really fun to watch and I'm, I'm not falling in love with him. I haven't been to a game since June 2016. Well, I'll write, and it's the first time that's ever happened. So we got kicked out of a sweet and Game 6 2013. Yeah. Who's responsible for that, Graham? Yes sir. What an asshole? He was. I didn't know he was I was just a joke that only pussy. Anyway, don't get me started. On Kevin grabbed. Yeah. He kicked him out of the This luxury suites so that would be room for some fat-ass clients. Will you guys being Rowdy know? It was three of us. It was myself my key and home. So can you guess the third person who still works at the station? Oh my God, I forgot. Now I was okay with him kicking mud out of there cuz I'm old stories, aren't they? Kooky know you guys notice that. It's just Smokey outside. Yes. Last week I came here just hanging around last. We came up with a solution for for the, the wildfires, in the west coast. Yeah. Did anyone do anything about it? Did they install one sprinkler system. One? No, they did not. Yet the show, is the, show isn't big at the White House. I don't know if he's noticing it should. Damn. Well be, you know, I make better decisions than Biden? Biden says, I want chocolate chip. Come on, man. So the smoke from a distance Distant Fire, who's the Sanford? Townsend band. Yes. Can you Google that real quick? What am I Google? Smoke From a Distant Fire. It's a hit from the 70s. A good one, too. And not smoke is, is is seeping into our lives. Its outside you go outside yet. It's like what it's hazy or coughing. We are now subject to. Yeah, that's the one right there. Smoke from a distant. Now, we have to bring that. Are that they caused. That's a commercial, right? Yeah, that happened. Yeah. Everything has a commercial attached to it. Now I pulled out a piece of toilet paper. Had an ad on it. Used to be just a smash. Now, it's on toilet paper. Ladies and gentlemen, wlob Portland, Maine your shit hole radio station presents the Sanford Townsend band as for the 1978 es is called Smoke From a Distant Fire. You let me Yeah, okay. Yeah, still got it. My key can I talk up an intro? That was awesome. I was, oh yeah, the smoke. So now they're causing us to, you know, we talked about pollution emissions and global warming hand smoke, all these things, that pollute the environment, you know, and what your carbon footprint, what is Oregon's? And carbon footprint now when they they half the States been burning and blowing our way? What are we breathing? We're breathing Chinese are right now cuz of them cuz they don't know how to put it a goddamn sprinkler system that would you should run for office. Mike you come? I should just run. Damn it. I mean I'm look I don't want to breathe it. I quit cigarettes for a reason cuz I didn't want to breathe that stuff. Now they're forcing us to And the sun's even mad. You see? A red, the sun, his lately? Yes pest. That's cuz Phoenix lost. Yeah, I don't know. Phoenix. I've hey, Milwaukee deserved. It was the last name. 1971. Lou Alcindor was before Easter Robertson before. He was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. That's the last fifty years, right? He sniffed. A couple of things to, I want to talk about, just throw them out there, you know, you guys can feel free to comment. Did I mentioned Jay Hardin construction out of Maynard and yesterday, you did made my deck looks so good. But the deck could I mentioned Mancini landscape design? Oh yes, you did. Most classic remade. My yard looks so good. Now I just wish my dog would stop pooping out there cuz then it would really look that dog and drop off some serious. Do keys out there just like his dad. You know, one time I was I was at walking through the quadrangle at Avon Old Farms prep school. Yeah. The one year I was there before I was expelled was a dead of winter. And there was a I was late late for class running. And I'm running and I see this pile of Duke. There was two two great danes Duke and Bronson. And they both took huge dumps, but I saw one of Duke's do keys and it was a huge pile off. And it had it had a heel a heel print running right through it. Human heel print. Yeah. And and then a handprint in it. The guy had slipped on the poop and then put his hand down to catch herself and he put his hand down right in the pile of poop and I wish I had a picture of it cuz it would go so viral in this day and age back then we didn't have cameras. Huh? Was I talking about birth? Oh poop. Okay if there's I saw something on Twitter and you know you don't usually see something untoward that you want to remember forever. But you know, how everybody thought about all these voting rights are being denied or suppressed and all this stuff. There's not one person in this country who can't vote, who could vote before. There's nobody there saying, you cool. Now, you can't vote. No, to just say, look, you can't have 24-hour drive-thru. You gotta make time to do this. So, anyway, those hold this whole argument that our our democracy is at stake and voter rights. I mean, no, that's not true. But when people who, who do, who don't want to have a voter ID stuff, and they get all bent out of shape. Oh, you're suppressing enough if you don't have an ID, okay? I don't want you to vote if you don't need an ID, then why would I trust your judgment on, who to vote for right? Anyway, best thing I saw on Twitter that I loved, If you can loot in person, you can vote in person. That's funny. Another thing that struck me, let I saw on Twitter is on a video. Now you're seeing a people getting their asses kicked in the middle of broad daylight. In the middle of the streets of our big cities old, people old women Asian little Asian lady that weighed 90 pounds last. I saw one yesterday it happened in I think the Bronx the Bronx or Brooklyn Brooklyn, Navy 68 year old guy. This guy rides up to one of my life jumps off the bike, beats the shit out of him, takes his cellphone as well. It he knocked him out and he's flipping him over trying to find his pockets to get all the stuff out of their sixteen-year-old guy, was attacked by a guy on a bike and, and they beat the snow. Broke his nose stomped on his face and he was unconscious. Wow. It's like for what, what was the motive I know robbery, but can't just walk. The kind sake, give me your wallet and your cellphone or I'll beat the living shit out of you. And if you guys 68 years old, you're a young guy, jumping off a bike, he's probably going to say all right, you know, but if he doesn't wage, then this is what happened. It's going on all across America, Barbara Box Liquor from California, a boxer Barbara Boxer from California. She's like a congresswoman or something or what former yeah home she got knocked down beat up and robbed California. She's eighty years old but she's a Democrat. Yeah. But they don't ask sometimes they just they just take, you know, him a fucking voter ID on them. Yeah, wasn't it? No guitar. All seated. Give me your ID. Let me see. Oh, you're Republican now. Because now you get it. Do you find the cops who needs them? But that is the most absurd wage. The whole concept of defund, the police sounds like an orwellian nightmare. It is G fund, the police you want Mayhem, you want Mel Gibson in Road. Once that Mad Max is that you want it to be like that. Nobody thinks about that. I think about it every night as I as I've lost a lot of sleep. Lightning you kidding me, look at these bags under my eyes. Oh, I'm sorry, those are my. I'm looking at those bags to my scrotum. I knew it shouldn't have that erase quite the bag. I can, we talk about? Oh, I'm getting a lot off my chest. I do every single, this is my therapy here. I come out here and I just say what, why, why is this going on? What's wrong? And I use common sense of people say. Well, you're Libertarians your mean-spirited and you're not no common sense. Can I say it again? You did common sense. That's all you need in America to have things run, right? Use your freaking brain. You know you don't you don't want a million people coming in from nineteen twenty thirty different countries around the world across your border they closed the Border I mean that's the one thing I wish I could say to Biden is hello Joe. Hello border border Joe Goldberg. Right. Right now you don't order Joe. Don't agree with me just cuz I'm saying right. I know I'm agreeing with you cuz I have no idea what you said home. And I'm not trying to be mean spirited to an old geezer who's you know who's who's losing it? See now dementia. I'm not, I'm not trying to be mean towards him as an individual. What I'm trying to say is the people who sometimes put him, there have to realize he is no longer equipped to be the leader of the Free World mentally as sad as that might be. And but here's the bad news. Look who's next in line, Le okay. Okay. Who's after her? Oh, Nancy Pelosi. Hm. You know, this is the pecking order of people, if something happened to Joe God forbid. That's who you get, you get, and Nancy Pelosi in that order in this country and I, for one, I don't know if I could, I might have to move to. Mm, I don't know Tasmania or something, right. Come on, man. then brought a quiz with him today and he knows that a oh quiz fed knows that there's only one possible winner and it's Smitty Around this is the quote unquote, impossible Beatles quiz and I wanted to see who's the better. A bigger beatlemania will be. The judge of that impossibility Factor. You always claim to be Mike wage drop and break dropping things a little bit. Would you like to go? First answer? I'll give it a shot. Who did John Lennon famously? Say without them, there would be no Beatles. Beethoven Elvis The Beach, Boys. It's multiple the street, boys. You said the Beach Boys. I said the Beach Boys. That would be incorrect. It is none other than Mister Elvis. Press. Really the king you met him. How would he like it? If you she knew that after meeting him, you still got his answer wrong. Now he'd be pissed. I'd be embarrassed, my gate. Yeah, question on the photo on the front of Abbey Road, which by the way, John Lennon Elvis didn't get along at all. I'm sorry. Go ahead on the photo, on the front of Abbey Road which Beatle crossed the zebra Crossing first George Jake Paul or John shunt. That is correct. Yes, of course. It is even in a wetsuit he was in a white suit followed by The Who was right behind him. George George dressed as the wage Undertaker in the the you know, the gravedigger outfit, Vela, Paul and Ringo. It's right before they were known as The Beatles. What was the band's name? The Casbah off, silver choice of soup or silver Beetles, it's a multiple choice and it says impossible. I don't get it possible. My ass part. Do you want me to eliminate the choice and give us a shot first? And then give us the most, which of the Beatles wrote? I Am The Walrus? John Lennon. It's a pair. We're looking for a pair. What would you say which of the Beatles wrote? I Am The Walrus walrus. We're looking for a Duo. George and John, you said George and John. Yeah, that'd be incorrect. Would be Paul and John well, it's always John and Paul MacLean music. It's lennon-mccartney was like a trick question that's been? Well, it's not even fair. Just reading them. Come up with, you know what, you write to those. People who came up with that goddamn, Liverpool, Echo, who was the Beatles, first drummer he pays best. Yeah. How bout my TV show drunk? How many times did the Beatles perform at the MV Royal? Iris mersey Ferry. Do you want me to give you the multiple choices here. I think it's 171 sore for one. Four times I was about to say hold on this is from Liverpool Smitty. Yeah we don't give a shit. What kind of local yolkal things they did in Liverpool or Beatles expert? Well, this is before they were right, right? Where did the Beatles meet Elvis? At at his home at the White House. Know, is that his mansion in Bel-Air? That's right. George Harrison was a member of which society. The Elvis Presley Society, the Buddy Holly Society or the George Formby Society, Buddy. Holly. Yeah, Buddy. Holly that would be incorrect. It'd be the George Formby suspension. Now, tell us who's George? No one's skin. Clue George. This is impossible. This is an impossible, female squids video. It's impossible. We have them all which Beatle was born, took first Ringo? A July, seventh, nineteen forty. There was Ringo, that is correct. When did The Beatles invasion of America start? Well, they came to America in February. I'm answering all the questions 64. We made this attack team Affair. Okay, 64 was when she arrived in America, to be on The Ed Sullivan Show February, but the song She Loves You 63. Yeah. It was late sixty-three. So I'm going to say 64. So your answers here are February, 63 to February 64, February 65. You want to go with February 64? That is correct about that. It was big, wasn't it? Smitty, you know, it was, you should have been there for that, you know? That's, that's awesome. I remember the Kennedy assassination and how everybody felt about it. Everybody was depressed. They felt bad. They were scared because, you know, it just seemed like such an unusual shocking thing that we all witnessed off and shortly after that, it was sort of like the Beatles brought everybody out of that, three months later, they did. Yeah, they, they flipped the entire world and it was like that night when Ed Sullivan, the first Ed Sullivan appearance by the Bee Gees With the odd statistic on, that was New York City, for that 14 minutes or whatever. They run. New York City had no crime. Yeah, no crime. Everybody was watching. Well, what was the guy? Cultural shift pre Beatles post-beatles. There was like a mind-set in America but because the assassination and who we were as people and then the Beatles came and what did the Beatles represent that made them so popular. It's like I don't know. You were 17. I know. 17. Yeah. If you know what, it was David that was the newness and change. The the generational I was ten and I was like blown away. Completely became a radio, listening Beetle freak record buying, you know, and it lasted the whole time that they were together until I was sixteen Seventeen years old. And then after they broke up, they went individual careers. They still had magic honest, you know, we listen to everything. They said, even after would you like most off? First Beatles breakup. Well like their music and jumped into their music. I like John's lyrical anger. Which he always had and how do you easily Paul McCartney's. Melodic ability to just have a song that you could always have in the back of your mind that you helped sing along with. You know, they were two different people. One was a kind of a light bulb and I think more more setting the pace for the, the lyric, not the lyrics, the the melody and John was this guy who had these biting, you know, the lyrics that got to you with John. Whether I wasn't the the melody so much. I agree, same thing and when they wrote together, that's what made a magical age. I'm right. The middle eight Paul, write a song and then John wrote a song and Pollard, right? The middle late in the song ended up being two little songs Running. Did it quickly to they just throw that stuff together. So amazing. They did it quickly. They did it quickly. And they did it well, like, a prostitute and they, they had everybody's attention. Pretty amazing never boring. We do, we still have that Chef prostitutes? Prostitutes, on duty, someone who would love you, no matter who you are, what you look like. There's true children children, but that's not why you're better off to know. You don't pay for her to string. You're paying her believe. I have to invest a lot later, General. Mister James Taylor song. Just like any other woman, they all trade, something for sex and they do it. Well, well, Okay. Once is enough. Oh my God. That's a class. Is this from South Park? Yeah. Just for those of you who are going to be looking for that little clip off South Park situation you still have more questions on the Beatles. Go ahead and quit sucked. I just posted the last question there was which which album was our first studio album? Well it was Meet The Beatles in America. Yeah but over there it was called please please. Please mere sat vej, Kurds everything. What's the answer been, Please? Please Me. Weren't you listening. Would you set it? Yeah, they recorded on VJ. Fuck is wrong with a record beside. Where am I? Where am I shoes? They recorded on BJ records before. She went to Capital over here in the United States and they had of course they had United Artists album, the soundtrack, The Hard Day's Night, but they preferred the V-J record label. In fact, all the Beatles Love VJs We have a musical. We have our own musical guests here. Yep. Yeah. We have our own musical guests, and pink, just keep coming back because we pay them. They're very talented. They have a highly diverse musical collection of songs that they do more than Wayne Newton ever had. And so we are, we are proud to present once again for your listening pleasure here on the planet, my Cube episode podcast number 135, Joe and Jerry will try to put us down jury off just because they get around truth, things they do look awfully cold before I get off my generation. That's my generation baby. We don't show fuckyourself, y'all. Try to take what we are. I'm not trying to cause a big chunk. Jama a talking about my generation, My Generation off, this is the part where what's that bass player and whistle plays, a little bass for us and he can really play that birth control. John Entwistle, girls used to love to blow on his edge with him between shows. You Redi rediger. Oh why don't y'all fuc yourself? Don't try to sneak say, I'm not trying to cause a big sensation talking about my generation after generation. 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96: Dam Engineers
"Hello and welcome to the national. Trust podcast i'm kate. Barton lead range at formby in liverpool. And today elvis to more in north devon the project team at the honeycutt state a trailing an experimental rob surprising way to tackle climate change. I'll be checking out. Their new fluid management scheme a learning white may have the potential to bring back a habitat. That hasn't been seen in the u. k. For over four hundred gs expo. National park occupies all my seven hundred square kilometer says of north devon's rugged moland and shingle beaches to the north of. This area is the honeycomb state a thirty square kilometer national trust manage segment of this park clock its coastline ancient woodland network of rivers. Make it a wound. Alarm the outdoor enthusiast. The that i'm walk through at the moment is sort that natural bowl where you've got these sorts of rolling hills so there's a real so of abundance of natural features here where i run equate sue some of these natural features that contribute to the climate concerns that have plagued this area for decades. Joe has to live within the hanukkah alphabet. Arnie about six buildings lovely causes. You can see. It's a perfect place to live. There are two revocations here. The owner is is high on the more on. The isla comes down veil behind on bass meet today. Actually they're flying gently very lovely get a heavy downfall of rain on the worst. Just comes off these steep hills. Just got a torrent coming down. It's looking to spill out. And it spilled out into the villages flooding across the west. When i remember back in two thousand when mesa the cultures in elephant boston's and go flooded out by remember. One causes literally the sewer best and all the african came up into the house completely. Ruined whole house down at nighttime which is worth. I'm here because it's quite scary. It's the uncertainty of knowing what's going to happen and then the title disruptions your life can see agree for stone buildings which i assume the estate office. Hopefully so mambo will be able to put me. In the direction of the state's project manager and the driving force behind the fleet management scheme that he believes will be able to help solve some of the areas water management issues. Track not been chased someone to see. Hey kate it is. Hey you've got some issues for flooding obviously with climate change. We're seeing more frequent and more extreme weather but some of the issues are also to do with how the rivers and streams here have been managed that in itself has caused does cause issues as well. Now we're learning how we can work with nature to benefit those downstream communities. It'll be good to see some of that. You do say where any chance we can go and look yeah. It does get bit muddy up there so the only way we're going to get there really is in is in the gators. I'm intrigued toxic gator vehicle. That's going to get us there. Let me get it from the shed for. You is sites gulf bookie with our freight taya's. Yeah i guess a suit up. Gulf bookie diesel is forward. Dr scott flatbed in the back seat. Four people going to drop top. it's a convertible. That's funny as hell halibut spent. Yeah let's get on up to the site vehicles fantastic go off rave underneath going on the road as well seems to do absolutely everything. It's a great place to appreciate landscape. Because it's also openside can see the billy is you can see people's houses. Obviously these people affected by the flood. It also fantastic landscape. Imagine real abundance of wildlife. So what effect to these flooding events have on the wildlife. This landscape looks beautiful. Base actually suffered significant declines in bar diversity. So what we'd like to do is to help increase biodiversity bring some of that lost wildlife back. Ironically what we'd like to see in certain areas of the landscape is more water trae space for water upstream reconhecem to reduce flooding downstream annual site. Believe they eu doing something a little bit special. Yeah we've got our own flood engineers like what do we drive on a bit further and i'll tell you about we've come off the roads now. She going down quite a pompeo track which just going through a rave for that. I told you. I guess we just pulling up. This is a gorgeous fall. Yeah speech would kosice woodland's around us a field in front of i take you over. There can talk through some of those issues that we we we discussed earlier aren't looking out over rolling green fails. It's a lovely landscape but it's not natural landscape before this was flood plain so the water would move through this failed. You've had streams and ponds flowing down into the main flood plain itself what we've done to graze. These areas is drained that. Catch me and you can hear the sound of flowing water. You go that drainage ditch behind you but that drainage ditches there to drain this land so they can be managed in a certain way the drawback from that is that that water just move through the landscape very very quickly now so rather than it being so close up by the failed to that channel straight through the kochman now into the bristol channel and that so moving really quickly through lines. That's when you get those of flooding events. In villages and people's properties so is the fluid management scheme that you wear cannot the moment aiming to reverse management. That's happened in the past in certain areas. We are looking to reconnect those rivers and streams with the surrounding landscape. We've got some engineers helping us with that at the moment on the project. If you come with me. I'll take it to the enclosure where we're implementing a big part afla management's game. This is quite a serious fence. It looks quite severe but it does let wildlife in ounce but where has conned. They're locked in. I want to stay on the job. That's quite concerned. I want to see them. Yeah okay that's the easiest way to to walk through. The saw is up through the stream. Itself that's steeper than it looks. Thank hang on now. You're right result in the worldly about i think he's been untouched to say managed own if you simply came across like woodland del for nymph. You surprise so you can actually hear some of the work that the guys have been doing up getting louder. Isn't that some of the way they've been day and that's where they live over there in the hole in the bank the idea these people nuts bell people night. This crates dob. We've actually go fever. Living a wacky and head beavers quite widespread across much of europe and also in the uk jury sixteen seventeen hunches. They were hunted. There was still concentrations of them in jabulani france in your way but at the lowest were at the point. Almost leasing them. My name is chris. Brown and i am researcher. Looking at how reintroduce beavers effect rivers and streams we've seen in the uk this real interest in fever reduction and how they could assist to flunk management as a right and who lives in water for majority of their life. They're interested in creating and extending their territories to do that they create dams doing say. This waterton spreads out soon. As you're able to increase an extent reports you attract all of these other species and animals that thrive on matt environment flies beetles bugs fish amphibians with while create life and through them motivations. They encourage that life to continue to use that environment. So this is where it started tom. This area seal the boulder. All the woody material all the material that they've moved. Fill all the difference between the stream and the top is about four four five. Maybe and how long has it taken them to bail out. They've only done this in the last few months. Yes it hasn't taken them very long haul and you can see restarting crate wet woodland over there to the right before. You just have one channel. Now you've got a variety of different water habitats amazing. They are incredible creatures. Yeah i mean if we walk around narrow section you can get a better view of the house. I think we can just try straight to this but just walked up this holly bush on the opponent around me. There are trees are now surrounded by water. It's so different from that kind of wishy tumbling stream that we've just walked past. It's not just about them engineering. Those water systems. It says much about the effect they have on the wider landscape. The beavis have done this relatively short space of time any much. So what are you expecting this to that like. In a year's time the the they will take on bigger trees and they will affect big change. The somewhere else that. I can take you an the really sort of highlight that. It's very different sites but more exciting. In some ways site this is products would excite to what was more first enclosed that we went to they. The bbc created uphold tens of meters squared across compared to where we are now. It does look like something that you would expect to say like the everglades they spilled stretches hundreds of square meters pretty much as far as i can see. This was all dry before this woodland. This is just a small channel. That's a now essentially. You've got wetland and you can say more signs of them felling trays habitat. We've lost in this country you know. We've lost ninety percent of our wetlands since raymond's missing competitive landscape in the seaport one. It's amazing what relatively small animals can actually do the changes they can make in their environment. It really is quite stemmed chase more down on the side. He wanted to let me down. The the original beaver dam in the site. So that that's holding back without water as a essentially a pile of stakes holding up huge potent. They literally constructed this over the course of just a few days. You know we did a site check one week and the site was just a couple of spring fed streams and then came in the next week and did i saw it checks and there was a damn hair. You know a big wetland. The physical changes of happened here to take the and the pond amendments mystery but what sort of environmental impacts of this when we have more extreme weather water is flowing more slowly through this environment so that protects communities downstream dry times. When you've got hot too dry weather and perhaps the risk of drought you've held more water in the landscape. That's released more slightly. See you've reduced. The impact of that drought on the local area as well see introduced san animals into a new area. Although technically this is a navy where they have been in the past. Cambering problems. Ever been anywhere where beavis have been introduced. It hasn't worked very well. People always talk about terror. Del fuego where they had issues on the woodland's over there. The kiss of beavers and argentina is sometimes brought up as high destructive animals. They can be. My name is rushing kumble palmer. I've the restoration monitor. the beaver. trust the argentina government. Many decades ago introduced beavers as part of the industry quite inch forests. The be either failed or flooded people looking at it can look quite decimated landscapes so beavers in the southern hemisphere kombi quite negative because the tree and plant species have never evolved to live alongside the beaver where in the northern hemisphere upset where we are and where species of beavers have always been involved for many millions of years. The plant species. They've with them water loving species when they're cut the regenerate very fast and this is all natural evolution process. The deal with beaver foraging. And that's why beavers in the northern hemisphere are actually a very good thing all the stuff that we've seen scifo cpap mass of environmental view and also from natural flood management. Point of view is is fantastic. But i know myself any sort of change. You're trying to do any of environmental what you're trying to do. There were always people who are less key. Have you had complaints of the firm opinion that the easily managed. It just needs to be a common sense approach. So if a farmer's has land and beef move in and start building dams he knows who to colds. Come and solve that problem out you can put in things could be the deceiver. Or you can relocate the beaver to somewhere else in that catchment so it just needs to be sensible and thought through and i think the positives far outweigh any of the inconvenience. We have to accept for that species being in the wider landscape. It's interesting. I think most people would probably think is kind of wild animals that we don't really have any sort of control over but here essentially they're working our normal. I mean i know the not quite the same as a sheepdog or a or catholic sheep but they are still an animal that were put into use to to do something we won't say. Do you still see them. A little bit. More of a hebrew connection than you would have sold past themselves. They certainly got personality one animal in particular. We nicknamed her grills. She had quite hard start in life. Girls cheese with her mom. Beavis cachet food in the pools and ponds to feed on during the winter when times are tough and construct dams that big animals when they're fully grown over thirty some of the bits of wood that they may be a significant branch for me to obviously grows wasn't staged two three months old few. Kgb's she wasn't going to be carrying out any great feats of engineering. They pick up a lot of the behaviors that they need savall. I from other family members but things didn't work out like that for grills unfortunately Mum pasta away within a few weeks of being introduced to the site. People didn't give grills much of surviving the rest of the winter babies themselves and their natural predators anymore in this country but young beaver will still be taken by fox. We know there are fox around and about in that habit and grills was small to the fair was that she would bay inbox or that she simply too small to survive the harsh weather conditions in the winter. It's been all time per day vegetables and fruit into the sites to keep. We would just checking the camera. Tribes checking the saw it regularly. The expectant find having passed away. We would just tend to hooks. We've got several contracts in the sites to check on the the beatha traps. Download the from nasty. Take it back to the office and check. We all sort of hung around the laptop when we downloaded the footage from encourage that grows in. We saw something that surprised. All we saw footage of girls trying to construct your own. It'll damn you know you'd be stretching it to call them dams. They would sort of gatherings of twigs and branches. But it was good just to know that she was trying best. She had a sin fits of giggles a few times. She was always trying to carry sticks and branches. That were too big for her. She's funny little dances and things she tried to hold like two or three parsnips and a mouth at once as well as a branch and went nose to nose with fox on the trial cam. That was quite funny. Time went on and she said we kosta week and then more signs of feeding more signs of other beaver behavior more signs of a healthy and okay on the camera traps. That's why she's cook grills to take on bags born survivor. It's because nobody really gave her a chance to a surprise shape pulled three. She's the beaver in here. Now with the male yogi and they're doing really well now i do realize they are wild. I never a guarantee to think there's any chance who might see compulsory loan to the lodge and gotta a feminine camera. I think of way they are about to spot them. We're gonna walk across the back here and then bank and their lodges at the end. So f- week why we work more chalance. I'm just gonna shatskikh before we get down so anything brought white is halt kick guy lodge as can see. Just jump start that knowledge. See the slides abounding in a train. Don't route nothing. They can access the water. Is the ball maze. It's a shame you haven't seen them too early. Still cat stevens sleep through the day. So what's the feet you thing for them. We haven't really seen grills very much so we think is probably pretty likely that she's pregnant. Probably have kits in the next few weeks. They'll probably get even busier with the work that they do once. They've got sort of a family. As in mile female and kits that tends to kick start another round of sort of system engineering. Say it'd be interesting. See how that develops but yeah. My hope is three years that we're in a situation whereby you know be more commonplace species that we see in rivers and streams just leaving the beavering closure behind me now and i have to say i have. I opened day when i first stepped out the door this morning. I thought i was going to see some amazing technology is four hundred years since beavers have been hunted to extinction and it's really nice to see them back now in the uk landscape obviously the not the only solution to flip management. They are part of a suite of things that we can look at two of us nature where with nature to improve not just habitats but also improve people's lives for listening to this episode of the national. Trust podcast. if you'd like to learn more about be introduction at the national trust go to national trusts dot org dot uk forward slash ntp ninety-six as a national trust podcast episode ninety-six. If you've enjoyed this episode remember. The national trust has a huge source of audrey programs which can find it. National trusts dot org dot e. k. Forward slash podcast to make sure you get new episodes of this podcast. Follow will subscribe on spotify. Google podcasts or apple podcasts. 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130. Introducing Pakistans first Private Space Company
"That occupants lights company will provide the from two scientists engineers professors. And students to. Learn and so the space industry for the benefit of humanity. Online coffee break where we discussed bite-size topics that inspires educates and entertains. Here's your host software innovator award, winning marketer and astronomy and space boss shuck fields. Hello. Thanks so much for joining us today. Folks as you know we release. These space themed episodes about every two weeks, and over the next several episodes. We're going to embark on a new kind of space journey. We're actually going to speak with various countries around the world on the exciting future of their space efforts, and what they're doing for the future of Space Exploration Chris Today. I'm excited to speak with Pakistan's first private space company over the next couple episodes we're. We're going to be re featuring JAKSA which is Japan's Space Agency? As what was the Canadian space, agency and perhaps others to follow so again if you have not subscribed it, we don't miss a single episode, so make sure you subscribe on whatever podcasts application you're listening or you're watching Youtube. Just click that. Subscribe Button Right now. We would appreciate that before we introduce Pakistan's first private space company. I'd like to introduce my friend Esteban as he shares his space, Journey. So. Hey, my name is Esteban I. I got into space when I was a kid. My family moved to Florida so just down south of space coast, and I started here about all. The space launches at time us, space, shuttle, era, and little by little started. Get super excited about it. I started to learn more and more and I got into a nation opening that in. The one day point in time we'll be able to reach space is actually might dream. That will be my. Life of field. Well I know I'll go no matter what I is not a matter of Y if I'm GonNa, go no matter what whether I'm going to be able to do it. Pay for a ticket on. Virgin Galactic or eventually being an actual NASA astronaut. But I. Know It's going to have I'm thinking already that way, but if I got to go, I mean apart from the excitement healing. Up Actually. Achieving a dream of mine. Is just. Seeing the curvature of the earth starting to see what all the astronauts talk about you know the go out there, and they cannot stop staring outside of that window seeing earth. From that perspective, seeing humanity as a whole, no borders is just shows proof of how much we can accomplish when our species comes together, so it will just be so memorable, and I'll probably be speechless for awhile, but just enjoying it to be honest. Your Space Journey. Thanks Esteban for sharing. Your Space Churning folks. We'd love to hear from you if you'd like to share about what you're most excited about. For the future of space, exploration gives us a call. Just leave us a voicemail at three, one, seven, eight, six to forty, seven, hundred, or email us an audio or video clip to send an email to info at your space journey dot com now onto our main interview today. We're going to speak with Sami Khan. He's the CEO of Pakistan's first private space, company, the rocket attack company. The rocket and satellite company will offer solutions for two major space issues space debris in orbit. Satellite Servicing. Online coffee break. Guderian from Pakistan. It's so so nice to finally speak with you. Thank you so much for taking my call. For me. Sammy listen. We're so excited to learn about Pakistan's first private space company. Can you give us? A general overview of white was founded hostile. Fun I'm very thankful to you Mr chip that you could be to such a great program. It's on a formby. Pleasure. that isn't to from the Space Company destroy make easy the life of floor space, industry, and to provide the simple and affordable reserves to end users. Like the people using the space technology, space-based technology, products, services and solutions. For the benefit of my country. The benefit to afford inhumanity. In Kuching, my company would like to collaborate with leading space agencies in. Private space companies. Eight days and sold a major space challenges like space DVD's increase the. Lifespan it ultimately desert to secure the. Company's huge investment. That occupants had lights. Company will provide the player from two scientists engineers. And students to. Learn and so the space industry for the benefit of humanity so. Wonderful, and again you talked about the two major space issues that the rocket inside company will be addressing space debris and in Orbit Satellite Servicing Let's talk first about the problem of growing space debris I. Think a lot of our audience might not know just how much of a problem that is key tells more about that. Just sort of the growing risk of in-space collisions do to space debris. As you know as we all know the thousands of space junk in operating in space, which can be hazard to the a two satellites and our space cross. There are some thirty thousand pieces of space debris these at least ten. Centimeters in size, including fragments of fade satellites and rockets around at the space. Jen is a handing the deployment of new sit. As being the principal source of. In groups lights, they'd have reached the end of labs. The rocket stages used to play it lights in orbit, both and other objects that least duty suggests to primates and permits from the intentional or accidental big up of large objects. If glades collides with a space speaker else. Can t contain containing humans passenger? It could create significant damage that could threaten the life and safety of those on board. The collision can also lead to more junk to be released into space creating Maurice Tourism would be one of the or demand in future, so we have to make radio our cell and prepared to manage a space debris challenge. From right now, so. Along with the space, debris, tracking and fixing system out, so we can overcome this issue by using the design materials and technology, using in future launch, vehicles and satellites. This wonderful now i. I'm a software developer, and I love the field of artificial intelligence in Florida winner Stan. Is that to address your solution for space debris. Your company is developing sort of combining artificial intelligence and space technology for solution. I was wondering if you could tell us just a little bit more about that. The space debris challenges. The proposed solution has two parts. One is the taking combining. Intelligence and taking part is in orbit. Fixing of space debris is challenge. These solution are in recess research pace once it would, it will come in some Mitchell form so definitely. I will share detail with your and so. That's wonderful. Now. The benefits of reducing space debris we'll see millions of dollars for space based companies, and while also of course, reducing risk and improving safety now I understand this is of course a long term solution, but do you have a timeframe yet for the solution? Part One, which taking by the I would come a fully within three to five I would come with the some effective solution to address the space debris challenges. So two to five years. It will take it out so wonderful. We're so excited about that now. Of course, another amazing goal that you mentioned for your company is to perform in orbit satellite servicing to increase the life of satellites. Can you explain that a little bit more? This is a very interesting part. The solution is something like servicestation on. So the same station, which is re- on? Something this idea is a. Station on my own space in space, to service the Satellites Space Carts in orbit is we notice it? Lights are expensive product itself. Companies are investing the thousands of dollars Dole up the satellites. And pay more thousands of dollars to sane. This leads into space on top of this, does it let's? Live spent lake. Some Air India's five pairs maybe fifteen years, maybe something more so if he compared the company's investment in the lights, lifespan that is is automatic would bring expensive services to the end user. Also, sometimes the satellites become out of other before it's giving a timeframe. So minimize disgrace and increase the lifespan I. have some idea like I'm in the solicitation in space I have some idea. I'm sure after this solution. The companies can use their investment for a long time because of desert in local services on to the user. This brilliant and I just want to say on behalf of us. We just want to congratulate you for for leading this amazing effort. I just want to ask you. What has it been like for you to start a new private space company? Thanks for you. You're kind words. my vision is my vision is to make life easy. The space-based companies which automatically brings down the drizzle to the end user to form the company, especially in space to men is much interesting, but more challenging as well. I chew the challenge. For the benefit of the space companies and end user to have formed a DIRAC lead company to implement my ideas into the reality for the benefit of humidity and the company's space companies and the end user. That's wonderful now. Obviously, there's several other space companies around. Are there other space companies or other space industry leaders? That may have influenced you. Yeah, I must say set Tony Bruno President. United Launch Alliance. A great name in Moscow great CEO specifics and Pitcher becks. Rocket are the leaders of the modern space industry I'm always trying to learn from the experiences experience. They are I I must say I think and I'm constantly saying they are genius and unstained of business industry so. was wonderful and semi again. I think it's leadership like you leaving the way again you're bringing solution solves a major problems. I think that's wonderful now. We'd like to just hear more about about you. If I may I'd love to hear more about what fascinates you in particular about space. Can you tell us how your interest in space began? I'm basically from computer science domain I lo- to offer the simple and affordable affordable solutions I. I'm very much interested to learn new engine technologies I have read about the space technology, and it seems pretty interesting to me so I talk to why not work in this man and do something more good for the benefits of Pakistan and humanity say. How can our audience out more about the rocket and satellite company? The company just started a long journey swill we. We had our website. which is in the process and we're working on. Social media presents as. School ideas. From. Standard Time as from a of social media presence as Excellent and I will put the link to the rockets. Only company website in our show notes for this episode, so any of our listeners can go there and just click. It to follow that link and to find your Social Media Sam Begin I. Want to congratulate you on just your efforts so far with the rocket company, and we want to wish you the best for the amazing future of it. Thank you so much for taking time to join today from Pakistan. Thank you same to sit. Online coffee break. Why really drew my conversation with Santa and I'm so excited about the future of Pakistan's first private space company. More just go to their website at the Walk Hyphen Satellite Company. Dot Com just check the show notes for the link. Again I WANNA think Sammy for taking time to join us from Pakistan today. 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9. Market Environmentalism
"Love listening to podcasts. Make one in under five minutes published once that happens. Do Dot Com stockport. Custody aren't originals. You welcome to Zito down today. We'll be talking about fee market in my mental ISM and the problems of this approach in solving the environmental problems. We face so let's talk about understanding. What a free market is so? Free market is a system in which buyers and sellers acting this interest and that eventually leads to the most desirable outcomes so people are given property rights which means they can own property and that government intervention so that so government is basically not regulating the markets. Now let's link free. Markets with environment so free market environmentalism is an approach to environmental problems. It focuses on improving environmental quality. And how is that none again through property dates and markets so potties us thought you stop environment environmental harm. Thoughts is any kind of action which can be taken against an ongoing which in this case is pollution people believing the environment really action against them so affected bodies in compel polluters to pay uncompensated them. They will reduce or eliminate the finality so this system is trying trying to impart the affected parties by allowing them to obtain compensation new premises of free market environmentalism art. There is heavier and the second second. Remorse is intended Snyder. Now let's talk about. What is well is heavier? It simply means that if we have more wealth we can do more about more for the environment. We basically have three domains. And why because this Sonko relation between environment and the sound of the flipping for example and we get it cleaned up so we are the ones who would be leaving the benefits like we won't be having dominated so it's making us. The second reminds. Is that intend it does not so positive. Incentives can on the environment from a liability into an asset for the diesels owner. If I owned these a piece of Land Ivan even how the incentive to manage it and Ken's Ovid because that's the migratory good so now we know what free market environmentalism is in how it works. Let's talk about a few instruments which do which the flea market environmentalist movement works so. I'm sure everyone must have heard of carbon pricing. So let's try. I do understand what carbon pricing is to be mocking based solution with people who'd be charged for the tons of emissions of carbon dioxide from their factories or industries. So whatever form the working in this can be done through either to govern taxes or to cap and trade programs govern backs is a price set board. Donald Kaban. Oppor Tun of Koto Emma. Dude where the scattered STU competence. There's a cap which setting a limit on the amount of carbon and secondly trade. So so what that means. Is you can lead in Goblin admissions. We'd let me just take an example actually market so there's a big industy a and there's a smaller form call beat be and they both are in the same market and there's a gap on the carbon so form a is really big and since they're producing a lot unable ready to work within this limit and end up over going above going above the limit and they're producing too much carbon whereas form be is able to control. Would they walking on a smaller scale. So they don't they don't reach the gap on able to emit lesser than. So what happens. Is that because they're able to successfully. Could he do this. They get a carbon beginning credit. Now this carbon credit can be treated in the market that is divorced from from eight the ditch or the big O one can in pay formby for discredit and essentially able to trade in carbon credits. And what this shows is that the overall amount of carbon produced used in that market is limited to that cap right. Nobody can go over it. Because if you're producing over it you should be. You will have to pay for it by purchasing carbon credits from the industry that are able to work within the gap control carbon emissions right. Yeah so the difference between carbon Docs got capitated is what happens is in the carbon tax. The government can fix a price on how much carbon emitting. And that's what they're able to control where isn't a cap and trade system. They're able to fix a quantity and the prices weary will which would be eventually set by the market. Then don't methods that market based solutions walked through one is offset program so you also get a carbon offset credit you can also get one what that means is say again. I'm working in in the United States of America and I have a big company and it's producing a lot of carbon do produce carbon. The government has said that I must put US carbon credits. It's kind of credit that I just explained before there's also an offset it so what I can do is I can produce a certain amount of cheese in say as John and I can be like The trees planted I helping introducing government. Machines are leading governors emissions essentially. So I would be granted offset credits for planting those cheat cheat and because of that I can pollute from industry state. So I'm showing you can see the flaw in this system as I speak about it. But let's get into that right so so one problem with carbon permits is dead distribution right so this can either be through auction or grandfathering auction means that these permits get bid on so when this policies sees me initially as well you have to give the industy. Certain governments are nobody would be able to produce in the beginning right. The idea is that eventually they will start in a waiting enough to nor have to produce do not have too much govern so initially you do have to issue permits so you can either do them through auction or grandfathering auction means that these spots get bid on great so you go to a auction them off. Essentially grandfathering means that foams get bonuses based on. How much did already emitting? This is very unfair to a new entrance into the market because a company which is already been producing a lot of a lot of goods and the already have a lot of missions so grandfathering would mean that they're already going to be hundred bullets whereas the spot after this policy has been implemented anywhere. If I come in and join the market with my nufemme I won't be eligible for commits through grandfathering because I haven't been producing dollar before so haven't been committing any given US system of carbon trading since two thousand five which is called the European trading scheme or the the first phase from two thousand five to two thousand seven and the second two thousand eight two thousand twelve one very successful as as a government was accused of giving three comments and the price of Carbon Feld. You do that. So the whole point of carbon carbon getting more expensive over time wasn't visible the bill but polluters was still able to deployments in the tortoise which was two thousand toward being to two thousand twenty. We're still in it. The price has risen and typically used with more auctioning taking place but this isn't true in every sector and more importantly the cap is what is happening. You're not so much. The trading would seems to have led to a volatile place and kind of profiteering and has not yet made cool significantly cheaper than renewable-energy which is again the idea of this policy. The idea any of these market based solutions is to eventually work towards a place where we won't be anything so much govern. These are show measures. We don't because you can't keep saying that we keep pricing government and the problem will be solved that way I talked about offset credits before the wrong. With offset jets. Is that that Besuki. There's a form it takes undertake some action which reduces government emissions and gets a credit for that. So I don't about foresty projects. The problem with foresty projects is is that again. I might have ended the season as that. Obey John. And that's great for the local environment of Azerbaijan but the pollution I'm doing is in the United States and medical and it's hoarding everybody who lives in the immediate vicinity of whatever form in and that doesn't sound fair does it. There's also the fact that bomber plummet costs can get passed on to consumers which is again unfed. I'm not the one polluting. The industry is so as a consumer. Why should I have to beef it? Also that is only one internationally agreed mechanism to regulate government. It's called Kyoto mechanism enforcing this however is a matter of national cooperation countries get to choose their emission goals so as to set realistic goals and lead to fat prices. So what this can mean that countries can just set lazy dog gets of reducing emissions. And this this is something that actually happened in six. Two thousand seven in the national allocation plans. There were a lot of countries. Would you set lousy dockets themselves because if you allow people to regulate themselves lost them to said that woods what are you been expecting date. Other issues include the fact that some countries have been accused of giving our peak permits. This happened in Russia and They've also been claims. That people are scamming the system where they're claiming that they've Project which makes them eligible for offset credits. But they haven't actually. This isn't just problems with gap and these are just problems ends of the market based approach to this to this problem in its entirety. Foot instance. A lot of these. A lot of these problems need to be saw at globality. Not a lot of them. This is a global problem. We need to solve global scale right. But if you're expecting undeveloped under that sorry underdeveloped and developing nations to walk at the at the same level as developed nations. Is that really fair. Because developed nations have used a non-renewable energy like coal to bill industies and other way earlier than developing nations. But we're going to expect lopping nations to able to be able to cut down on their non-renewable energy consumption and be able to reach the heights of GDP that these countries have like bay for the Environmental Problem Gender. I'm not saying that we shouldn't walk to that. I'm just saying. Is it really fair to expect both both parties to be able to do it. At the same level you talked about well the that is healthier before which is a premise of this problem with that is that yes. Short as as countries get wealthier than sanders of living to improve the human human development index does improve. But there's a limit to that right after the point. This is actually very famous graph for this. You can look it up after the point even though the GDP of countries goes the human have index does not grow at the same piece the human development index stunt because after point things we consume Just consumption they are necessarily improving the way we live date and that is a large problem the momentum movement in consumerism which is a cause right eight. We've the problem. So the invented movement also Daca odd habit of consuming things unnecessity and can be down upon and just seeing that wealthier healthier is not gonna fix it. You can't say that I'm going to get rich through a bunch of ways that pollute the environment and then use that money that I had now have to fix ceased problems in the first place speaker just awaited you getting richer to those malpractices anyway. It's like a new kind of inequality quantity because people because the richer nations developed nations. Have the wealth to pay for this. We'll keep doing it. And ultimately they might see these as a luxury auto title so it's not really working the wage should be this is WBZ principal now. What does the dispensable safe? So the farms consumers should be for the loss of the negative extent addity they could get so. What are we asking dental bathe of whatever harm you have caused some point out that this is the Dayton aiden approach which is associated with the British philosopher? Jeremy Bentham buy you dinner Darrien because it seeks people's greatest happiness so did using levels of carbon the atmosphere will presumably reduce the risk of adverse climate change now and that in turn will mean future generations that are not happy because they have sources that at their disposal depleting everything in short we are creating a market for carbon in order to keep you happy so we are linking happiness with future welfare so yeah so essentially at the heart of mark could be solutions is stuff like well the Hellier the polluter should pay a- and what else did he say incentives but human isn't often that simple and even with incentives that I- quiry these problems aren't easily delineated lenient by. You're the one who caused it so you should pay for it. Sometimes it's difficult to identify. And what does it even mean late like. How can we daily set a price on Goblin which is yeah on domes as to who created how much pollution you day responsibility can be very evident? This brings us to the political aspect of the whole situation. So what we'd expected was that because the climate movement in walls all of us that is everybody on earth we were that will emerge in global carbon market but we found an emission stating has largely a regional policy instruments with different kinds of designs in different places the academics aqueducts of these systems. Odd Aware of systems in other countries and do study them while making that one but did not very uniform. This happens due to pretty legit reasons. Actually this is the fact that that look politics is different right. There's a lot of diversity here. No country adopts limits on emissions solely. I believe the purpose of contributing to solving Global Commons problem. The mission of decarbonisation is pursued along the policy gold state and in some cases in local. Okay later in a particular region the pressures that must be other pressures which are more food within that jurisdiction the global goals may appear relatively weak in fleeting heating but as a local world such tackling local pollution and hunting security out advancing favored industries will be we stronger like the you know the will of the people. The policymakers there to fix those problems will be way more stronger than focusing on like a large problem right. And we're just talking about put the intentions of policymakers to actually one solid any environmental problem in the force base learning. What not do goes a long way to explaining some patterns of designed signed avoidance? We observed that policymakers often loan at least as much from the failures of those estimates success stories right so the EU eds was the first major government system system and it's sheer size and relevance eclipsed early edition stating systems as a model for learning but you eds has not been undisputed success date if it had been than we might have seen everybody trying to copy that Martin and follow it. But it didn't really happen. The lack of relevant international national standards is also a problem for instance widely agreed gaps allowable emission rates like like. I said what is the price of carbon. Can we all just sit down and and being a particular number of dollars to it not really it changes depending on where you are who radio coming from and that is not uniformity. CONVERGENCY convergency down financial standards and accounting for example displays interplay between erotic bureaucratic processes inside countries and international freshest convergence conveyed through Gaughman agreed standards in mission stating. This doesn't exist. That is no single set of standards which has emerged even though this has been going on for the why all these proposed system proposed systems do have established procedures monitoring application and enforcement but the integrity of credits in Tokyo nation and the rules regarding vanities and responses to noncompliance very substantially among the systems so different systems up punishing people differently charging different rates. It's hardly uniform fun. Yes it is significant variation among the systems with weady little common ground. Okay so let's talk about the modern standing with those engaged in this activity like what happens to the modern stigma. Attached to pollution retail entities. Are doing something that might be taught to be wrong back but they can pay the price. So does this mean that they've been forgiven. Do understand the psychology. Let's go example from freakonomics about how imposing fines speaker centered in Israel late pickups today led to the increase in the number of folders so when the fine was imposed the ban into came later pick decades got free from the guilt of inconveniencing daycare workers by paying a fine so the introduction of imposing a fine basically backfired similarly l. e. even the carbon crediting scheme has been linked to increased greenhouse gas emission. The most beaten misuse has been to support the large hydropower dam project. AP's Mr Patrick Kelly who is a US based environmentalist said this entire idea is flawed and the carbon credits are based on the foundation of lies. So what happened was that these countries had applied for credits to build them wants to go through this started clearing the forest displacing people. uh-huh changing the natural course of us what we actually see is that the system of credits like the credits and eventually lead to higher pollution. So we can say that we can't bank upon this principle is services solution. Also another problem is that natural resources are too difficult to privatize they examined. If we privatize water we are basically putting a price on it right and this would mean that. Some sections of the society assets looted did the can't use water. So isn't this again. It could eating and inequality which is a market failure. Also critics point out. That free market environmentalists have no matter of dealing with collective problems like environmental degradation and natural resource depletion. So what they're saying is that a group of people can almost never come together. uh-huh and manage resources in a balanced like sooner or later they are bound to get self motivated and Yell Andrews would be over us so this brings us to the concept of tragedy of comment. They don't tragedy of comments was coined by the biologist gathered harden the doors from the classical taught. That government does nauseated common goods. It talks about how environmental resources are first overused as people act in their self interest for short term gains eventually eventually these shared resources get depleted and all of new news so it's a kind of a pyrrhic victory. Somebody's been somebody's victories. Transient and it comes. With a great trade deal of losses. The example given by harden was that hurts man who wants to expand his Boston hurt he no. He knows that one x shine would mean that there's less afford all the other animals and also there'd be soil depletion but inevitably every Russian holtzman would think that the best thing to do is to add one more animal and everybody keeps doing that. The common grazing land will be overstock and the land would no longer be able to support any animals taught so basically freedom in communist brings ruined so the block with John. Deere Commons is it starts with zooming national beings the people who want to again maximize own self benefit right so we need to look beyond systems in which people early strack mended into individuals. Only get about themselves. We we as communities can fix problems. That happens all the time people come together and realize that all of this adds injustices instead of just focusing being on themselves. Yeah that's the volume of Haydn was. He's he taught the idea of self interest in blizzard. Community management institutions. Can't work so he propagated the idea of government coercion and transfer of ownership from common to bribe it now. So let's call the tragedy of economists because breath. According to Karl Marx Nature requires long cycles of birth development and regeneration but capitalism requires short-term returns so the broader let him of the community management is addressing. The community needs and focusing on bell being which I think capitalism which is pretty much never going to happen in capitalism and also no comments site has the capitalism's built in drive to put current profits ahead of the well being of the future generations which is right because a community has a stronger incentive to protect the resources and keeps aside the motive of maximum production because these resources assist artist entered through the community civil for centuries to come whereas capitalists owners have the exact opposite incentive because for them throw maximize. Oxidation is the sole intended for survival. Didn't business because they wanted to make money pretty much. Let's take an example of research conducted in the nineteen seventies to study. The behavior of comments again was developed by Boylston for four people where they had to choose between carpooling and Solo driving with energy crisis at hand which was depletion of oil. So how about this. was that each player played got a salary at the beginning of every around. The cost of driving alone was maintenance. The car and the fuel cost in case of carpooling. One member paid high across these being the again the cost of fuel commentators and also extratime needed to drop each and every member to their respective destinations but on the other three people Beta look because if save fuel initially the cost of driving alone was less than the average cost of being a cop so everyone opted for driving alone. Nobody wanted to give up on their time. As game was defeated it led to resource depletion because the cost of fuel rose at a rate determined by the amount of driving in every round. Now what happened was at the incentives of carpooling being increased over time as a resort started getting depleted so they were most drivers Linda game but the faster that he's also got depleted. I heard the foster the cost of driving increase later on so what we saw. was that carpooling. Prove to be the best in the long run. So we're seeing that why people do who notice monetary benefits like the -eckognize the cost they also do get about sources. It's not like yeah. We just blindly without caring about what we're using and how. It's impacting acting us. showed it takes time to understand that and monitor benefits seemed to make more sense to us in the shotgun then not enough to rely on fixing problems such as the environment. which again is a common problem? We all need to cooperate. We all need to understand it and walk toward Eli xactly. That brings us to our next question. How does a scientific community management rules change under new rules behavior? What you're trying to say is what makes in which will follow the rules when they can gain something by simply breaking them so most people do what what is good for the group and the resource because they internalize the group's interest rather than acting out of compliance with a set of external incentives? So let's talk about the defense between compliance in compliance the method of control associated declarations. The thing is that it works when people expect to be punished for violation but industrialization works all the community solutions have value beyond that effect on natural environment so people who are in communities. What do they have? They have abundance of social capital and also stronger communities succeed address management and not only that success at resource management leads to stronger longer communities. So it's Psycho Yep. Googles have moved up familiarity. They trust each other a relationship where they believe in Communication Shen and the world wants the understand each other the also find it easier to solve. I'm into Robin's at hand so mean motive of saving the environment is being four hundred along with some extra books which largely conjoining fish neighborhood safety because this is the all the almost like a family. Yeah so basically don legs. Asian plays an important role in making community management systems. A success and what we do you need to understand is is that pollution is a problem that's largely been caused by markets by the flea markets by beat influence China maximizing profits at the cost of bigger things like the environment right now. So do we really expect the same system to solve the problem that added itself. 'cause it's more like an oxymoron because pretty causing it. We're expecting them. Do Museum the same ideas that caused the problem. Three eight actually. So that's we leave your wits today breath.
Episode 3:Teach your monster to read, write, create and love homework.
"You're listening to the university of Hampton podcast this podcast is brought to you by the university of ru Hampton online programs advance your thinking without taking time out from your career study a UK master's degree from anywhere in the world. The university of Roehampton modern since eighteen forty one. Welcome to the university of Roehampton podcast. I'm Neil Morrison. From an adult's perspective. There's no doubt the educational game teacher monster to read has been a huge success. It has won and been nominated for several high profile awards, including a BAFTA children's award and is caught the attention of journalists. Researchers teachers and parents the game is set in an imaginary world of eight islands players helped there monster overcome a series of challenges as he navigates his way through this world. Each challenge requires the monster to demonstrate some basic knowledge of phonics. Angela covert is a senior lecturer in English education at the university of Roehampton. She was part of the team that developed teacher monster to read it was a multidisciplinary project involving educators, computer, programmers and designers all these adults from different fields worked together on the game. And they are pretty excited about what they created. However, it was only eighty when we went into school. It was and we started testing it with children that we began to see what we had here at one child, and it was absolutely a joyful experience real joy to watch. He was sitting on his chair to begin with playing the game. And then as as he has he started to understand the game and started to move his his his monster around this this virtual world, teaching his own monster to read he was absolutely physically engaged with the game. He was jumping up and down out of his seat cheering his monster on, you know, come on, you know, and that's I think is the secret really or not so secret. But it's it's kind of what's made it so successful for children is that they are. It's not a game to teach them to read. Ultimately, they are teaching them monster to read, and then is one of the key differences there that they feel invested in this. They are becoming the experts at reading, and they opposing that onto this lovely adorable looking creature on the screen that becomes their monster. And I think seeing that kind of personal engagement with something. That's shall we hopeful. But to actually see that and sit in the same room and see this engagement was was was. Yeah, really really exciting for the whole team. Really? And Tim interesting such an interesting idea that that what was exciting for them. Who's not, you know, the journey of them learning to read, but the idea of teaching something someone else or another the monster in this case, but teaching someone else to read many, Montessori classes are are set up this way, we're older kids reinforce and solidify their own learning by teaching younger children. What they know. I've watched that having they seem to it seems to be something that's very powerful experience for kids to try to share the knowledge that they have. Absolutely. And I think women you we had something that was. Really going to have an impact on children was when we did testing in larger settings. So not only do we sit alongside children on a one to one basis. We also went into schools, and so how schools were using it as part of their practice. I remember vividly one school. We went in and we entered the they had a suite of computers and along one wall was a a gallery of little monsters. The all the children have little monsters on the wall. And we sat drawings little no, you can prints out your you, can you can customize your your your your monster in teacher wants to read, and it becomes your monster. So they fringed out pictures from the game of see and they named them, and they became real little characters for them. You know, they some of them even built stories around them. But when we sat down the children locked onto the game. And again, you expected them to be sitting down working alongside their game. But there was so much interaction going on offscreen. So you'd have a child jumping up out of their sees going over to someone and saying look you're on the bit. I've just done an and supporting another child so they supported each other. They also shared their their successes. So there are some extra external rewards. You know, you can collect stars which you can buy equipment for your your fuel monster to change their outfits, and I think, you know, seeing their excitement seeing their engagement not only with the learning so in supporting their little monster to read they're engaging at a deep level with the learning and the principles of phonics but engaging with the game play that also becoming. The community of players which resonates with some of the other digital literacy practices and game play that they might take part in outside in a high with friends outside of school. Are you someone who played video games before this? Yes, my research interests, you know, really started when I started to make links between my leisure practice playing computer games. Hyme these games. I was played. I was engaged in playing hats in many ways, racial narratives, they were story world. And I started to look at them critically. When I started studying for my may, and I did research which began to look at how games as Tex invite players to engage with the narrative and the stories in different ways. And it is what's led me on to undertaking? When I trained to be a teacher when I was a teacher in class designing games with children in the class. So. Actually engaging children in game design and looking at how they bring their knowledge of literacy es and gaming practices into into the classroom in order to to develop their they'll lychees did that. You did that when you were teaching in south London? That's right. Yes. Yeah. Toast a bit about that. Yes. So I was a teacher in a in a south London. Primary school. I had a close of ten eleven year olds and awesome to create a game for nine and ten wrote in the same school. And it was based on a book who the mighty fish Chila by Philip Ridley, and they had to adapt the story which actually sent his around a beast on the loose. They set a challenge for the players to catch a monster. And save London. So stakes are high. They they adapted the story and they created websites. Webcam footage old maps potion books to give players about what needs to be done. So for example, the book who sent his centers around ocean states, that's where part of the book, the setting of the novel. So they created a website themselves and on that website, you could find links to newspaper articles webcams community webcam sites. Tourist information. There was a forum where you could contact characters as well. So they created this central website. And then they worked together to create this world. So they created they were ten and eleven year olds. So they decided that if the players wanted to find a based on this. What would they want to know? That's where we started. You know, these. Plays. What what are they going to want to know? Well, they said, you know, they going to want to read newspaper articles, they want to see photographs for sure they're going to they are going to want to talk to people who may have first hand experience of this monster. Yeah. So we started to just brace them all of the things that plays might want to know. And then we just started to think. Okay. So how do we communicate this information to them? They created an online newspaper which included information about the monster. So you so you might have one newspaper article, which is all about formulas that had been a scientists had created formulas scientific formulas that have been spilt in the Thames and people have noticed that fish were mutating. So this is a story that they completely, you know, drew on during the knowledge of science fiction stories, you know, they might know about and newspaper articles that they'd read about genetics and things and they created this. This this many story line. So that the play is when they read this think. Okay. So who was a scientist who created these? And her name was DD six. So they went onto the website again. Sure enough that is a a character called DeeDee six who is a scientists. And she's got a a webcam Dorian entry about her creating this potion so in the webcam entry. They added more of the story they said, and they acted in Raleigh dressed up as a character. And one of the the children spoke about you know, how furious she was at the potion that the potions, you know, could it got spilt in the Thames. The exciting thing about alternate reality gaming. I'm one of the key things is about the relationship between the designers, the people who can create the games and the players. So what the players could do was go onto the forums and ask DD six for help say we want to help you. We think there's a there's a creature on the loose. You create these potions you might be responsible for for creating this creature. Can you give us some more information? And ultimately, what's the designers? Did is they had created texts for the players to support them to to create this narrative and to solve this puzzle. Is this where was the creature? What was it? So on one day one very exciting day when the players had contacted the characters and offer help the designers arranged for lots and lots of artifacts to be delivered to the players in school. They were delivered by the. The secretary said we've got these pass was fueled for the class. You know? I don't know why we're here they've come from. And there was so much excitement. I expected to be just giving out positive. What you look what's in here unit was in this one. And then move feedback know they were unwrapping the paper, they were going from groups of groups hang I've got a map of you got. Oh, I got you know, a potion book, which has recipes full for catching monsters, and they were just so excited and piecing together. What should they do with all of this stuff? So. And the designers are our children as well. Right. Yes. The designed ten and eleven year olds. And the play is children who are receiving the players are nine and ten year olds in the same scored. I have to say that you know, this project more research. What I find exciting about. My research is always challenging my own perceptions of literacy is of what children can achieve when given a challenge which ignorance their interest, and in and places them as experts in the room. In this game in this whole design process. The designers who are ten and eleven year olds everyone in the class had an important role to play in order for this to work. We had to have regular planning meetings where every greet would feed back. What are they plan for in the game? What had they created to? They need any help from other groups, and I really felt the in those instances, I was the facilitator of learning rather than the leader. And what really stood out for me was how invested in it all of the children were because of that. This was high stakes not from an ex, you know, fro- from top down sense. Right school. Or absolutely is not yet. Get good grades. I mean, I it wasn't imposed from above. And if I was to say. As a researcher, you notice this sort of you you notice that this this kind of atmosphere and gate, you notice the engagement in the class. But then when you focus in on say one child. There was one charter member who did find. Writing a challenge in composition elements, particularly Formby guessing, not only transcribing Otani writing down days, but also organizing thoughts and ideas van those difficult. And I know she's looking at the message board that there was there were several entries from this particular chart roundabouts eleven o'clock at night you saying what he'd done and asking for again support from other other other group members. Now, I'm not saying I advocate you or encourage them to be on eleven o'clock at at nice. But it does give a little indication about the level of engagement him. I'm astonished at the amount of work that went into this on the side. It just I mean, it it it. It speaks to the level of motivation that was going on that they would be generating so much material. Yes, it really seems to expand the definition of literacy it really seems to go far beyond what would be the traditional sense of of literacy skills that are taught in schools. I wonder what your experience doing this. What what it is done to you own sense of what literacy means in this day and age for child. Absolutely. Well in school and some of the texts that children are often asked to create polished finished texts. You know, you're also create an assignment and you finish it and you pull that your final draft. And and most that is a useful skill children. Also going to need to be in the future. Equipped to create text that all over multiple authors. You know, they're more provisional that you've got many officers, maybe could maybe working on one, text, Google, documents, etc. So the story was evolving as they played there were finished polish texts that they'd made they've made books, you know, beautiful recipes, you know, a for potions, they they done that as well, and create and publish text texts that way, but they were also having experienced of of creating stories and communicating and shaping meaning collaboratively and also not only that but messages are distributed. So you wouldn't go just to one source for your information that actually you might go to a website watch a film, you might read a book as well. And actually that part of the skill now is to find information collided. It. I in that way. So that's that's very important. And I think that's challenges, you know, this idea of operational. You know, the literacy skills and competences required to read and write and make meaning. A much more diverse than they have been in the past. And as as educators, I think we need to learn from each other's innovative practices. Looking at case studies of of of innovative educators who have developed children's ditchmitch these alongside traditional sees within the confines of educational, you know, within the curriculum and. Fruit doing that. We can begin to think about the pedagogical shifts that are needed to support children to become active participants in society when they leave school. Literate literate in a way that makes sense or that is it takes in all the changes in all the shifts that are happening in the way that children and at at as the grow as they become adults the ways that they're going to communicate up through all mediums. Absolutely. So if we if we can do that if we can have we can develop children's ability to to develop their learning and their thinking in the in these key areas, then we're we're, you know, we we are beginning to equip them to for some of the the changes their heads plan, and they will need to participate in actively in society and. You know, really what we're looking for an Kathy Bonet talks about, you know, these different empowering literacy provision, the as you want to empower children to be effective communicators both now and in the future. Honestly, this is such a fascinating field. Thank you so much for talking to us. Thank you very much for for invoicing me to to speak with you. Thank you very much. Neil. It's been a pleasure. Angela covert is a senior lecturer in English education at the university of Roehampton. And that's it for this episode of the university of Roehampton podcast, please don't forget to give us a rating and review. 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Ep 18 - There is No Map in Hell Chapter One (Audiobook)
"Welcome to inspiring adventure by Fetch publishing the podcast that connects you to the great outdoors through literature in. Nineteen eighty six. The legendary fell runner jostling completed a continuous circuit of all two hundred and fourteen wainwright fells in the lake district covering staggering distance of over three hundred miles bus many thousands of meters of a sent in only seven days and one hour. Those in the north though this record would never be beaten it just the ultimate British ultra marathon. The person taking on the superhuman challenge would have to be willing to push harder and suffer more than ever before there is no Machen. Hell tells the story of a man willing to do. Just Act in two thousand fourteen. Steve can show. Maton attempt setting a new record for the fact grant of nearly forty years of running elite orienteering races and extreme distance fell running over the toughest terrain. If he couldn't do it shortly no one could. But the WAINWRIGHT's challenge is in a different league. Firi- need to complete two marathons and over five thousand meters of assessment every day for a week with a foreword. From just Neyla. There is no Machen. Hal recounts per controls preparation training and mile by mile experience of the extraordinary and sometimes hellish demands. He made up his mind and boating and the physiological aftermath is such a feat. His deep love of the fells phenomenal strength and tenacity out or inspiring and testament to athletes and on look alike that's in order to retain the impossible one must attempt. The absurd section. Have always run one starting out. I did it crossing the finish line of the nineteen seventy-six British orienteering championships. I say these words to my mother and then burst into tears. It is just before my eighth birthday and I have completed my calls in crops in Forest North Yorkshire in two hours and twenty four minutes volume in the twelve B Class M twelve being for boys younger than twelve and be as opposed to eat being the less good class. I come in last by twenty minutes but the important thing is I have completed. The course this means that my club the West Anglia. Orienteering Club have won the team competition even though we were the only team as well as me there is my brother. Julian who finished in the middle and family friend Alan Bracken's who finished second to last an hour later we go up onto the podium to collect our certificates I am so small I trip trying to get up the step by have only vague memories of what I did in the forest to take two hours and twenty four minutes to kilometer costs had ten controls or checkpoints which I had to navigate round in sequence and which winner completed in thirty six minutes as it was an easy course for young children. The controls were just off paths and tracks and I seem to remember. I found most of them without too many problems. But one of the controls I just could not seem to find. I would leave the track and go into the forest but I wasn't leaving the track at the correct point the frustration of not being able to find the control meant. I started to cry Walker. Saw Me crying and tried to help but was not much better than me. I think the orienteering specific map rather than the Standard UK Ordinance Survey Map confused her. Eventually I followed someone else on the same course into the control. This was usual for my orienteering. At this time I go round by a mixture of asking people following people and trying but usually failing to make sense of the map. There were lots of tears. I was never forced to go orienteering. In fact I was desperate to go out and determined to get round the course however long it took. It's funny that determination in an adult is seen as an attribute whereas similar characteristics in a child has seen stubbornness and awkwardness. I did have plenty of stubbornness and awkwardness and it's obviously helped me get rand orienteering courses. But he's also drove my parents my older siblings Karen and Julian and my youngest sister Hillary mant. I would regularly fly off in a rage or a Tantrum. I was known by my siblings as the special case. Sc or swimming club. Now's my parents always had to deal with me differently and carefully. The few times my parents argued it was all about how to deal with my rages on one occasion after a particularly bat rage. My Dad Ian wanted meets a promise that it would never happen again. I refused as I said it was impossible to promise such a thing. But that's how I would do my best and my mom. Sue took my side as it seemed like a logical argument. Parts of Mali. Frustrations came from the difficulties. I had expressing myself by started off being barely able to talk until I was three years old as I was. Tongue tied a condition where there is a tight piece of skin between the underside of the tongue. And the floor of the mouse this required an operation in hospital and my first ever memory is of being in hospital just before this operation. After this I still struggled really badly with my reading and writing a seven-year-old these were well below average for my age and so different from my excellence mathematical and logic ability that my parents went to see a specialist. They told I could probably be class status dyslexic all. They could just let me get on with life without such a classification and see how I coped. My parents thought it was best that I just coped with it. So that's what happened. Gradually improved although it is still very low but I still have problems writing. I have these thoughts in my head but transferring them from my head to a piece of paper is something I struggle with. My awkwardness extended to my diet. I refused to eat most foods and ended up living mostly on breakfast cereals. Toast and fruit. Don't like many children. I refused to have a story at nights before I went to sleep instead while I wanted to play a game so every night my mom would play a game with me but the difficulty was that. I would only go to bed when I had won the game. Even harder for my mum was that if I sold that she was deliberately letting me win I would get very cross so she had to work counts. Clever ways of letting me win without noticing was very attached to a puppet rabbit cold had it it was black and white and fitted on my child's fingers perfectly with holes for the legs and arms and one for the head. The head was really hard which was important when my siblings started to annoy me. I would get really cross and say you've had it then. I put the rabbits on my hand and try to hit them with it on one occasion Karen and her friend Karen Burns went into the shower cubicle. Our House to protect themselves for me and Tanit. They were standing there scared. While had it was banging and banging on the cubicle door but no one could ever get cross with me now wasn't me hitting them but had it the rapids. Although I was often cross angry I was happy. And my stresses went when I was out orienteering by myself there were no people to annoy me. Nobody around telling me what to do. It was just me trying to complete the challenge of finishing the course as fast as possible. I would quite often cry. But these were frustrations at my own lack of ability and my determination to get round the course as fast as possible the first British orienteering events took place in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties and by the Nineteen Seventies. There were regular events throughout the country. My whole family apart from Hillary who preferred team sports enjoyed orienteering due to the combination of an individual running sports together with the mental challenge of navigating so if an event that was organized within a two hour drive of home we would attend for the big events. We went even further afield. Eventually my map reading skills improved. Although I was very unreliable and would still have some disastrous days the nine thousand nine hundred seventy seven British orienteering championships wearing cannock chase staffordshire and I was the lighted to come third in the end. Ten class at class for children ten and under this is just being introduced by went up to collect my price from Dennis. Howell Minister of Sport and my picture appeared in the national orienteering magazine. However my missed the next year's championships I was recovering from a band. Mustards infection in my ear. For years I'd been taking regular courses of antibiotics due to really painful earache. They helped me for a bit then. My ear ache would return keeping me awake at night and making me even more temperamental. Eventually it blew up into a full infection for several days. I was throwing up anything. Ni- tried to eat or drink in the room seemed to spin round and round. I said to my mom. Will I die which was a possibility especially as her sister had died from a massive infection? When she was a child I was rushed to hospital and had an immediate operation to release the pressure in my head and two more operations sorted it out. I spent ten days in hospital and lost a third of my body weight afterwards. I was still desperate to go to the championships but my parents wouldn't let me in fact I cried more and was more upset about missing it than being ill in the first place. Clearly not going was the right thing to do is it. Took me a long time to recover for six months? I could not manage a full school day. I used to arrive a couple of hours late every morning. It was over a year until I could run as fast as I could before my spell in hospital as a result of all this I ended up. Being nearly deaf in won't hear this deafness is made social situations with background noise difficult and I think it has made me even quieter in large social groups as I always have to concentrate really hard to keep up with the compensation and they often miss quite a lot. They told so means I have no idea where a sound is coming from which is hard when someone calls out my name. It can look a bit funny when I have to turn all the way around until I see someone waving or smiling at me. The one advantage of my deafness is that I am better at sleeping in noisy rooms by putting my good ear to the pillow. Almost all sound disappears my first experience of endurance walking or running was when I was aged. Eleven my brother. Julian and a friend decided to do the chiltern marathon. A Long Distance Walkers Association L. D. W. A. Marathon distance walk slash run around the chiltern hills north west of London on footpaths and bright always. I wanted to do it but my mom said I was too young after a lot of persuasion. She said I could do it if we did it together. So that's what we did. She and I ran the dissents and some of the flat sections and walked the rest. Working out how everage speed and expected finishing time as we progressed to keep us entertained. Eventually we finished in seven hours and twenty minutes. We had to navigate a bit and at one point. A huge group of people followed us the wrong way across a field. I don't remember it being that hard just a bit tedious. But my mom suffered with her toenails which turned black and fell off a few weeks later. It's still the furthest she has ever run all walked in a single day in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. My Dad changed jobs becoming a director in a chemical company so we moved from near Cambridge to altering them in south Manchester. My mom gave up her job which was right at the forefront of computer software development just before my sister Karen was born in many ways the move north was good as we carried on orienteering and we went up to events in the Lake District National Park in the northwest corner of England. The Lake district has often known as the most beautiful corner of England. Ju- twits lakes and mountains or fells by enjoyed orienteering in the rough conifer plantations the beautiful deciduous forests and best of all on the upland fells with their mix of rough grassland heather boulders and bracken and of course the amazing views not home. My also started to do some running training as I wanted to improve my orienteering. This included training every Wednesday with the local Manchester and district orienteering club. Md OC these training runs started from people's houses over the South Manchester region and found running with other people. A great way to push myself now. Zion proved I was selected for the North West Junior orienteering squad with weekends away in the Lake district I was part of a great group of orienteering friends. Brendan Boland Killian. Lomas Chris O'Donnell to name a few. We all be Asli. All enjoyed running navigating and racing against each other. We even had training weekends just for our small group which Brendan organized at his home in formby north of Liverpool although we were competitive and wanted to beat each other. I don't remember any nasty rivalry between us. It was all very encouraging and in national competitions. It was more important that we beat people from other regions rather than each other volley normally ended up behind. Killian and Brendan and this made me determined to do more training and improve the fact that the orienteering was going. Well for me was important as I didn't fit in at school when we moved to South Manchester by changed schools to altering them grammar school for boys. The local selective state school for the top fifty percents of boys who passed an entrance exam moving into a new school in the middle of year. Eight or year. Two as it was cold back then was always going to be difficult. This was especially true for me is I immediately stood out as different by had a porsche. Cambridge accent my was exceptionally quiet. Shy I had greasy hair in a bowl cut and I was also one of the smallest in my class in each year. The classes was streamed for academic ability and I was put in the second highest five classes. Unfortunately that was probably the wrong class as at the end of year exams after I had been there for just a term I finished top overall. Nine was well ahead of everyone in Maths. Science subjects geography and even history. I have a good short term memory and about average in English people started to make fun of me. Unfortunately it got worse. The next year I remember in particular one incident in music class. We were all sitting on the desks so we could see one of the other boys in the class decided to annoy me by deliberately sitting in front of me so I couldn't say by should have pushed him away but I didn't want to make a fuss so I sat behind him gradually becoming more and more board. The pockets of the jacket he was wearing was coming apart a bit and had a loose thread so. I sat there playing with the threat after the classic finished. Some of the other boys said I was feeling his bottom and I was gay. It was obviously not true. And I'm not sure if they actually believed it but it was another excuse to pick on me for a while. This made me said it was hard being in a class without any real friends and with some people making fun of me but I thought about it quite a lot and I realized that in a group of children there is often someone picked on or teased. Unfortunately it was me but I knew this as well as being different I was partly picked on because they were jealous of my academic ability. I decided I could not change. I would just be myself and that I was tough enough mentally to take it by new in the long term I would probably end up with a happy life which some of those being nasty to me would never achieve so. When I went to school I would speak very little. Ignore any nasty comments and just get on with doing the work. Luckily I had the weekend orienteering for my freedom and happiness. Despite being small for my age I was still achieving good results against my peers in orienteering races the biggest UK orienteering event of the year. The J. K. takes place every Easter and in nineteen eighty four took place in north Wales. The costs for that year was on rough open. Fell with lots of climbing. And this suited me. I finished fourth alongside the top. Orienteer- is in the country of my age group soon after the J. K. Killian and Brendan despite finishing behind me were selected for a British junior team development or to Ludvika in Sweden wasn't selected and was extremely disappointed. So I wrote a letter to the chairman of the selectors explaining why I thought I should go. They were really surprised to receive a letter from a child rather than a parent and my determination and commitment obviously made a good impression soon after. I also had a reasonable run at that year's British orienteering championships. And so I was given a last minute place on the toll. I was delighted and enjoyed the first of many great orienteering tools the scandinavia although on pure speed. I was slower than most of my contemporaries. I seemed to be able to train harder and go for longer over Rufa terrain than almost anyone else. It was gradually dawning on me that I was suited to the longer competitions with rough forests rocks and hills the toughe- the better Karen and Julian started to do the Caramel International Mountain Marathon. Kfi Am when they were eighteen. This event takes place annually at the end of October and involves two long days of mountain navigation running with a rook sack containing everything needed for the hills and an overnight camp in those days. This was the only event of its kind whereas nowadays there are lots of similar mounting marathon events. It's now called the original mountain marathon or O. M. with up to two thousand pairs taking part. It was a prestigious event to win and the elite class is still the blue ribbon. Event for mounting marathons in the U K. I was desperate to join my siblings and competing but the minimum age was sixteen with one of the pair needing to be eighteen so soon as I turned sixteen I asked my dad. To run with me locally. He agreed as that year it was nearby in the peak district between Manchester and Sheffield. We entered the school class where the aim was to get as many check points as possible in six hours on the first day and five hours on the second day over the two days we reached fifteen checkpoints and scored three hundred and forty points and that puts us in the top twenty percent in the school class. We both carried heavy rucksacks and had a lot of very unsuitable clothing by running tracksuit bottoms. Which got really heavy when wet and I remember spending much of the weekend pulling them up. I had a great time but my dad hates it especially the campaign. Never did anything similar again. Took part in each of the next three years events with a second place in the B class with my brother and a third in the class with an orienteering friend from University Neil Conway. Although they were hard work on each occasion I was the strong a member of the team and I always enjoyed the whole weekend. The wind rain and navigation added to the fund and made the weekends really memorable. When I ran with my brother. It was in the Galloway Hills in Scotland and it rained heavily for much of the race. My main memory of the weekend was coming to a slow moving but very deep river just before it flowed into lake many of the teams just standing out wondering what to do. We gained lots of time as we just jumped in and swam across without any hesitation. One thing really affected my running during this period of my life. Both my enjoyment of running and my performances. This was that sometimes I would get really saw bowels while running which could be agony when I finished and for several hours afterwards after one. Orienteering event the pain was so bad. I went to hospital with suspected appendicitis. The problem was that as Iran. I would get buildup in pressure at particular points in my bowel. This would get more painful until I could do. A big fought and then they would be relief for a couple of minutes before the cycles started again with more pain than the previous time visits to the doctor didn't have as it was a problem. That's occurred only while running and only sporadically so as not high on their list of priorities. However are thought could work out what the problem was I needed to if I was going to compete under enjoy running. It's a high level with this determination. I wrote a diary of what I ate and win over an entire year. Gradually it became obvious that as well as an egg intolerance the time at which I was eating was also really important. The problem normally occurred when I run in the evening and earlier in the day. It's only occurred if Iran more than four hours after breakfast so it seemed that with the Food. It's a particular place in my bowels. The shaking around and the diverting of the blood supply to my muscles was causing the problem. Ever since I've avoided any big meals between four and twelve hours before long all fast run. This generally seems to have worked which is an amazing relief. The problem also seems to have got slightly better as I got older. Which I think is because I'm generally not eating as much by my final year as a junior orienteer- I'd moved to Nottingham University to study for a mathematics degree. I was one of the top. Four junior orienteer- is in the UK. Had A great group of us. Neil Conway who was also at Nottingham Simon born Richard Baxter and Steve Nicholson who were Cambridge University. The best thing was a monthly trip open to the Lake district to stay inside youth hostel for training weekends. We really enjoyed running through the forests and fells training hard and just messing around despite injury problems with one of my car muscles I managed a third place at the British orienteering championships. And a thirty second place at the world junior orienteering championships in Belgium. Around this time I also did. My First Lake district fell race and my first week of fell running in the Lake district. My regular group of orienteering friends and die was spending New Year in camping bomb at Darwin Tail Outdoor Centre. Thanks to Richard Stand near Keswick. We did the ones fell race up and down from embassy side. Hit Hall is Great. Fun minutes of pain climbing up to the top of the fell and then six minutes sending full speed where one misplaced step would result in a very nasty full with my background of many years. Orienteering through rough forests and fells. I found. I was good on the descent and overtook quantum. Lots of people. Although as I was used to only short bursts rather than the three hundred meter descent Mike quadriceps were agony for the next few days. The first time I had suffered from the classic domes delayed onset muscle soreness later in the week. I also tried to jump over a fence but failed. My foot got stuck between the top. Two wires leaving me dangling from the fence with some nasty ligament damage. Despite this I still enjoy the long run on the fells every day of the week that was also a lot of drinking and I managed to get thrown out of the nightclubbing music for some Dancing and was nearly arrested for trying to roll up the white lines in the middle of the Road University. I became a vegetarian as well as being fussy about food. I also never liked eating meat or fish. I didn't like the taste of it. All the folds of eating dead animals but for many years. I was persuaded to meet by my parents as I was told. It was good for me then. I read a study in a newspaper that said Vegetarians live longer than people who eat meat. So the arguments about meets being good for you seemed to be false however it felt like a major step to become a complete vegetarian. The final Straw was when I was back at home in the Easter Holidays. After two terms at university for our meal one evening my mom prepared some spare ribs the fact that the meat was obviously taken straight from animal. Meant that while I was eating it I could not get the fault of this dead pig out of my head. I didn't say anything at the time but when I returned to university at the end of the Easter holidays I changed to the vegetarian meal auctions. The hall of residence and told my family when I returned home the end of that term that I was a vegetarian. I haven't deliberately eaten meat or fish since then apart from a piece of steak meat and I have never felt like I wanted to being. A Vegetarian has certainly made me think carefully about food. So why always look at the ingredients and the nutritional content of everything? I buy which is obviously no bad thing whether I run faster because of a meat free diets. I don't know but it doesn't seem to have done me any harm. And it feels the right decision for me. There is no muffin. 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#24 - Math Major Problems, Something Secret, and Format Change
"Hello Planet Earth and welcome to the red. This is Becca. Hello everyone and welcome back. Oh my goodness it's been a long on-time so many things happened to me. I country in the world so I might just had a really rough break but it was a break for a while busy though studies anyways speaking of school this this particular episode is GonNa be dealing with something close to home for. Yeah and it's GonNa be about. What's the Muslim lying thing people say when you tell them you are a mathematician or you like math so this is a place much collectibles down to like elementary or high school? So let's get started man. It's been solon. How long have business? I'm nasty like honestly every day. I feel like when I though record I feel like there's a hole in my heart. The you know have study this. It reads the at this moment anyways. Let's let's just get started so for this trip. It's in our slush math surprisingly it's not on an aspirin or teeth for now I don't really WANNA source. 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And I don't think anyone these people have to make the layman in general doesn't have any idea and yes that includes engineers the extent of the desert. I mean my dad's an engineering doesn't know what I'm doing just thinks OK algebra and stuff. We got stuff. Oh Oh yeah. He knows topless engineers. But what I'm saying is like the proofs abstract the side of the ball and it's actually so fun to learn the blast watching those numbers Like honestly I feel bad for like that whole thing taking over History because normally normally people would have like buyer like logical although I mean. I watched the shells through. I'm like one of those. I'm not like the other girls gotta be like that's annoying Roy. I watch those things. I watched armone people things and also watch interest things I mean. I'm not totally out there. There something interesting to know about me that I really love watching it. They'll be shocked if he's you Mr. You're like WHOA. You're doing a lot. Oh from her bed going back. It's like this this abstract notion of of logic that people wanting to really know about I mean what we learn the art of arguments and stuff. I don't think people are even learning in other areas except for maybe a general court or something because running seeing when I'm reading injured comments. People argue argue about certain topics row by it's all fallacies everywhere and plus. It's really really bad in Vaughan. Arguments invalid invalid literally. It's a contradiction meaning. It's always false by whatever devaluation of the propositions. So I it's it's unfortunate watching Arguments when these things meaning again you like Oh my God. I've been now as an adult. You're like really we argument again laughing at this next. It's basically the I hate math reply except for Lord. It's something worse is really worth like. It's the same concept lives. Were somehow various eras replied that. Come home your plan to him is ill. That must be terrible. He goes like yes. Study something spice that makes sense emme. Technically that is true for some people like for example with Lake Chinese parents or Asian students or like regretted thing to fulfill certain things for example if everyone's adopters I mean that's alleged thing. I've seen it myself and in in schoolmates stuff although I mean pure math. Is there a family of really regrettable like very curious. Now I mean even Ben Okay so let the parents topic aside literally distilling something thinking displays. How the world is not making any sense? How does not make any sense? Like I know people kind of general consensus consensus sort of way. Doesn't like subject implying that some studies something like start even do like I said deliberately deliberately assigned no pressure from other people is I mean I mean people have done certain things like followed their partner like symbolic the girlfriend to a certain area. But I don't think that's that common for people to ask if you dislike it or something anthem so it's a bit silly or even a bitcoin someone's interest terrible actually on that note. That's pretty bad thing to say like I don't really Louis Miami as I understand people but there are. Some people won't understand that and will definitely get offended. So yeah I feel like. It's a really bad thing stealth someone something. They like hysterical. Because I imagine especially with Michelle interests like this. I think that the people already already received that sort of remark sort of daily basis. And that will definitely be heart-wrenching for them to hear it from like friends or people they know so I help people to actually go around telling other people that they're meters favorable physicals for all fields. Everyone even those who prefer to go to college. Never tell anyone after terrible. Unless they're objectively parable being a Florida man or if you know what I mean but of course not the literal sense but but in our colloquial words for Florida man. You know what I mean. So yeah I mean unless that parable than blunders people slap stories tweaks. Don't like something some people who does of their heart They can get hurt by people. Think of their psoriasis. Okay so on another now segal. Ninety four with a flair of graph theory Aleve as an exercise studio listener to search with is about so often. They'll say oh. You must be a genius which I don't mind everyone loves a compliment. I mean even if it's not true I mean I I guess I don't. I don't think it was an I'm not. People will linger humble bragging organic. You say Oh yes. People will think bribing so you know exactly how I only okay. I guess I'm not sure how to respond to that. Like a comet like your blower hey you look for. Hey you must be good. Thanks I guess even. I know that it's not exactly true on time. So common response again just thanks anyway. Yeah and So yeah he doesn't mind will compliment. But it sets this weird imbalance spy but it feels like they must think I'm judging them for not being a genius that I expected to come up with some deep philosophical wisdom like of course there are some people are that good but not everyone is so I hope people so Schulman things like this guy must became like deep loss. officle shoes when I'll be thinking about what episode or what. My next through song remains will be something I guess I mean I enjoy listening listening to Remix playlist. Sometimes I guess that's the thing I do. I mean usually on like we all think about the I know I talked. I talked about the earlier on but even there I mean. That's impressive Sherman. I'm talking about math. which is the case of this particular episode but of course as it gives episodes if you didn't see this episode you won't even know I take my? I'm like okay. I think math okay. I hope the magnified without speaking for them anyway. Anyway moving on and then he actually actually adds the. I've actually had people asked me serious questions about religion politics world events. You name it. I'm a mathematician. We should be. I like my Gosh with Alec number stuff. Someone replant with the exact same uh-huh five digit questions from the original boost. It's a Amec numbers is the few will be mad with five digits arithmetic with the win. You GonNa be as deep questionable politics. I'm I'm not sure I'm direct person to answer that because I can say is constructor arguments properly literally. That's like yeah shrug it like improve or something but we like beeps of religion even the right person to ask about that. Just don't good under. Don't ask me moving alone. So and now there's like a sub dread and this particular discussion the talks about how now even if you're the genius of the genius of demand the parent style or something. You your opinion. Other topics are the absolute absolute best Maybe their payments is definitely absolute best probably feud but it's not always the case that they have like a best bang for example if he says okay. I'm going to be super obvious about where I cited setting certain issues in this particular next so if you want to kick that mistreat for now Colder Skip Button ten seconds twenty seconds from now Like asking to ten twenty seconds from now or something so imagine if imagine if the turnstile was also I like the orange and then so and so do we immediately think that's absolute best. Like I mean it could be but it. There's no guarantee because proposition as true value either zero or one and especially opinionated stuff like that. I know certain value the lake for example saying the earth is round is a one. It's the it's a true proposition. But seeing the earth is flat is a zero which is full superposition but before that even that had like zero or one during the time before credit cards or gully or something. Yeah we have been especially christly advocate If skipped properly a heavy of skipped by now that part. If you don't want to accidentally reveal whether whether the anyways with for the record though I don't like it like the orange anyway. Yeah I mean I'm pretty sure good people don't like him so anyways Yes we were like imagine for example. Matt Berka Sister Flint. I mean he didn't say that of course but imagine if he did it doesn't mean he's automatically right or his opinion. Union somehow holds higher ground over others. Because it's been a guy who's good at math in a field of. It's not math. The Skates Sir. Astronomy kind of isn't application where it is so it's not like they have absolute and everything so technically while a big candy. Jesus after sure like most of them have won twenty four plus thank you. It doesn't mean that they are immediately people that are have infallible opinions. Like the of everything about anyway see. Yeah that's been achieved for sensitive topics like that just getting I. I won't win more sensitive topic. I'm trying to avoid them for the most part guests just trying to stick with slice of life stuff but honestly with what's going on the world in some way even the Mo- slice of life topics depend have to shoehorn in some sense of. It's really something that you have to discuss. Because he can't turn a blind eye and everything either think such for many people in the road somewhere because of certain things certain people so yeah anyway. Let's go back to the topic lead to spend it out now. I guess this is my comeback. epilepsies ended out this Goto topic again. So still in that particular declared thread about being a genius and this guy the jeep lung guy actually says that I constantly tell people. I'm actually the idiot. And when it comes to a lot of things I do and say Dumb Shit that most people wouldn't I can relate to that spirituel level. I'm telling you Mahatma's Sola. All of that is me as well are you guy. I'm giving and a vote because I relate so hard the it's an eye how dumb I like. You will actually be surprised. Even taking college withheld lamb. I means they're speaking of course. How are you even thinking Lamelo? I mean generally speaking stereotypes. You'd be surprised anyway. Yup though he says word that I just pursue matic's anything for it because I uh-huh same. Same I wish people will understand that particular comment. It was like you. It's terrible I'm like Oh yeah totally setting something like really the point of saying that to other people have no idea anyway. That's been much it for discussion. Was We wanted to next okay. So this guy this next Guy Mr Wilson XY. I'm not sure that's his real name. Anyway you know the five digit question of thirty four thousand six hundred seventy seven and seven hundred seventy three thousand nine hundred thirty eight. He corrects that insists. Most of the questions he asked are like thirty. Four thousand thousand six hundred seventy seven point five three six eight four one zero seven four times seven hundred seventy three thousand nine hundred thirty eight C.. I could even. Let's say low numbers without stuttering. Seventy three thousand nine hundred thirty eight point zero six two five nine each four to five one. How who do this the people who's the thing we had late seriously? I want y'all to tweet me on twitter up. Read the Telling me if you actually think that people can do that if you think can actually compute fucking decimal revived. Digit numbers Camdessus Malaysians in their head. Please call that is the most weirdest question. It's just the thing I get with arithmetic as a replied to me be in. Math is less than job. Thing rates went to pursue for basically just get ah recurring series of the burs do in in elementary edition for him. Yeah I mean bank will have to deal with people go making me. An directing five digits was done as religious. That is a nightmare on no it was even added was multiplied. Blake who I knew anyways moving along. So he says the primarily. I hit the conflation of I have a map degree or I am a math teacher or I am a mathematician with fundamentally somehow more intelligent than everyone else who's not it's basically the same thing is earlier with were brought up a sensitive topic and I. It's really and his is the only get an this believe that some people are just math. People and other people are not is the mental. All those involved in learning processes. Yeah yeah the features of sooner classmates. The people who struggled believed they will always struggle because they're not person quote unquote the people who do hello west. They get to a point where their struggle there's an aggregation of confusion frustration itself the because quote unquote math person. They just get get it why he promises Serandon cough. Now these special with suggested when Bush you with be blurred Armando Jesus into one fielder other way dolled up again so yeah it's true though is probably the most annoying thing that you're in that degrees biggest meat must be interchanges. Do even by going over those are not interchangeable but in general people interchange that. It's the most people assume you're like objective bassoon moving along okay. So this guy Kick that bag has a very specific example of something that people shoe anyway so this one is story. I heard one of my coworkers talking down the hall about having me crunched some numbers for something something related to their job or something. Because I was a coat on this major what this reminds me away of that one joke video on Youtube about PhD. After gration and the horseshoe that was honestly learning. Like if you you understand the material give it a go so funny if like candidate Roy. Them that when like when you're dealing with Zeus the review sometimes have the big step back and look at jokes jail civil something I do when I'm burnt down. So the next one is really just short short says he says a CPO one s When I spoke to my dad about doing mass rules and got the response once? I got the response. How did they found out all the formulae? Already you can imagine the grinch from here I can feel the secondhand anyways moving onto the next biggest this particular one was Kinda then. There's much discussed by except someone asking the question. Are there finite or an infinite amount of formally and that is the question. We don't know the answer to that because that will definitely shape how we think if my visits gesture now just comes down to an film reservoir perations which affiliate their infinite number formerly insisting like Mike Modeling phenomenally universe so this next one by gaming model says the the common response to him. It's the it's basically basically summarized this dude this arithmetic problem in your head. I already know the answer do Oh Division your hand. Plus it's mutually the same thing Israeli lobby we'd like that's the multiplication. No okay especially money so many people have like. Oh what's Certain something something inserted currency here converted converted to those for example. Or what something something dollars in the end something it can be like people constantly ask you that. Oh you're the human calculator and then like like no. I'm out in full. I don't care what you think I'm GonNa whip up my phone is I cannot compete forty nine times fifty. My head can lead for command for fifty five hundred fifty nine like not maybe fifty fifty s today with the I don't mean that I can't define this but you get kinda like if you raise the amount like four thousand eight hundred fifty five uh-huh. Yeah no that's going up for sure and ask even simple ones look for numbers of the item. I of those just secede to mind for concede to my phone calculator is. I'm like you know. Brain is not feeling into their membranes. So yes very much them. This wasn't was embracing the second. Where when he talks about is someone saying? I'm better at the new. Sierra education is laughing. I'm sorry what I'm imagining. Those are from engineers lease. I honestly I hate the grease survivor as much as the next person but only ship. I'm British engineers search for me the most of the people sometimes like I'm not judging okay. I'm not I'm not but it's just an observation with talking argument people. They seem to be people that will really really the older ones like the younger law. Actually are nicer sir. Engineers like the number engineers but older engineers hoops. They can get out of their. I won't whoever's being being In the ambulance right now. I hope they get well soon. Please yeah and he's moving. Onto the next the answer and sell ferment ferment. Fourteen thirty to give some answer again. Talks about money they remake you figure out how to split the bill in group dining. Oh man it's it's it's Division and yes I can see. We've only fools calculator and beast. I'm still biggest honestly. I wanted to be over emmy awfully like I already a lot of dissolving school and I Address rather learn new things. I didn't do the vision again. Megan and I cannot physically. CanNot I this lift is a good cannot do very the big I remembered hurts easily like ms disgrace marine accidents easily. You'd be surprised how often I burn out and with the type of law like I enjoyed. I burn out the guy and the replies finishes the same sentiments sentiments of me all. Mg this this is by a bunch of in by PR ALL MG this. They just assume that just because elect lance. You're certainly a calculator feed Bursa. You will delete through destination faster if you. They told me and candle larger arithmetic calculations really fast. Yeah my response is always take up my phone and use scientific calculator APP to add up the bill so much say they see this antibiotic And get picked up. I the way I don't get what using I'm using my letter. I know you're mad because against fit the bill and so this one from twenty four so this is a pretty long one. I was stopping with a group of people was in one of them acts. We need to multiply two digit numbers. I looked up pretended to think for a few seconds. They made the they were impressed. The started laughing when I said I made that. I think that that question the guy who has probably self aware of what he's asking is stupid event to answer the question more. The worst was when I had girls say you will after a dolder majors math. There's there's it's the same thing as it's terrible. What if the Prisons Donald Interested in the way that you person's interest get could do that like unless it's objectively bad leg a you know those? See you the person's Andress is a real blow to some ego. Oh it's not a good thing to do just understand that please again anyways. And he said that he wished he said here. Hey where she's at a major and he doesn't even when someone asked him to comments with her major was members. Do I I. I don't advocate Linsay. Ill anyone's major or a life westbound just lease like respect is it's really all Andrew injuring my liquor stuck. EVERYONE WON'T BE A. Oh you don't get anywhere but being okay so this next one is actually funny. How many digits of by the you know it's from Zippy's people as like legitimately people legitimately? I'll be justified going to warm for one. Two six three eight. I think I think I must have the last week. But that's as far as I know and actually from looking over can application standpoint. You don't need smudges like n digits approximately I after the court win. It's like it's not like I mean they're important in analytical sense but booed booed Piccoli suddenly realizes complex analysis. Don't canister those those musical digits by afternoon for Dude but other than that. It's just a game. Do seem memories is most agents and memorization is not where it's the word. Is it something that you sigler to muscle memory. But it's like mental memory and things like Oh. This is that of a valid argument automotives finance for example. Okay that's pretty much it. Yeah it's just. It's just about them. Learning to be a mental thing without memorizing buyer five digits decimal numbers. Whatever the fuck the deal with the question should people do? Because you're GonNa last these things I can tell it's annoying and you have to be cleese even crazier when people find them not only remember major but my podcast and I paid. They're like what they're suffused but it's fun. It's fun guys. It's fun so most of the there is a third place really just people talking about the people that were against them like a bad thing anyway. It's a bad thing. The word little industry someone like something and devotes time to like I mean branded calming nerds. People talk about people's names and half ascending thinking they're like Patterson People's names flow of people's names first names Middle News. It's a very interesting topic. Actually it's something more people should really get into. It is a very interesting topic. Basically anyways will be actually. There's nothing to move onto so This it's pretty much today. 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Paul Davies of UkePunk Episode 156
"Coming up on this is Romi this week I am speaking to Paul Davies of punk Nazar slightly longer than normal interview booked. I just had so much fun recording I and I even got to stay after the interview with Paul Forbidden. Just about stuff in general and what he's doing button recalled that so you might be glad to know no but here is hope you enjoy Deysi as Rami your locally produced weekly podcast bringing news events interviewees and information from house of Rounds Possum with your host Les Paul Davis of the UK. I'm sure whoever listening to this podcast is probably as you vote if not heard your senior around and you punk. You're a Ukulele band yeah. Well it's only made it clear. It was just about the Ukulele just like yeah on the dice. Plant plays plays a kind of stunned base okay with a drone season started off with a meal and a little ukulele. Did you play the UKULELE. Gallileo made redundant from a sewer for Carlson. Uh Telecom and there was talk redundance. It's in thought. Oh yes just. Before I left I spend my days pretending that was working really watching youtube videos. And so somebody under your thoughts amazing. I went out and bought one and then a Stye just because I'm going to start playing punk songs on it. The Dow had always written a been in bands on off over the years and I always always read me on songs so then they started gigging giving people seem to like it could get support stiff. Little fingers may a little ukulele. You know in front of thousand people in Stockton turnover thinking this this is just and then like I said before we saw it gets boring and always written sauce sums in May it was advice. Nice play I'm Damore always don't stuff in bounce together so and then it was somebody on it and then everyone is dog thinks bin Laden fall. Everybody's effing every musician in Romney's been in some John Dean and and then now we've got a steady thing going with jomie because Glen Jackson is on cable is great German. Call Luke Taylor and two two and a half years of some of the four of us and it's nice chilled out. No arguments no works. And we're getting decent gigs and we're not we're not you'll lots of. We can't go off on a well so anyway it's just absolutely. I love being inobound Germany Guilty pleasures I mean you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA put mon eight seven on an ally economies. I mean the the thing of I'll sit and listen to classic. FM One because he gets you baby slate so you have grown like it. I'll I'll listen to also still found guilty pleasures GONNA say anything from Chazan. Dave crowded house. I think anyone who says punk rocker and we'll only listen. It's not kind of music or or anyone who likes and he's younger. Music is quite Saudi. That's is all that you listen to. Music is so much great stuff out. I think a lot. I think if you discover because I'll send you have been doing a blow radio focusing for Retro Studios and and it's made me listen to thanou still still bit punk historical you you know. And then taught been scouring bound account with is a great source of new music and mix really made me you realize again that this brilliant still found that you know all the time. Is this new young bands or even old dunnes. Maybe don't get recognized as much as they showed taught music outlet so much. I'm campuses Chupin the other albums I know we started fiddle spotify enough and I'm totally on site now just for the fact that you know you'll get out this on on the first album that we did. You know few thousand streams and you. Can you know some a lot no no no no no no seven so it didn't even cover whatever. The annual fee was to look if it called the Daniel favor putting up on that so I mean so you basically that the people from it no I think I have covered. I think it was about faulty album on it on spotify spotify. Uh We have to do it through a distributor a lot so much thanks tune course taking sudafed someone who's got the license with. It's just that that feeling of you know this well. Depending on the written vans off the totally reinvent I I don't even know what it is I've never heard of spotify can't count. I don't even know what is one of a K. It's twins what you get. It's like ten pounds month things if your student because you can get it from my last night go goes to somebody and then. There's the ones that you can stream for free adverts so I don't know what they charge advertisers. These people say all you need to be on that because he's only get hurt. We'll it's not because the Arabs on its sides especially combine counts billion and that was what was social social media. I guess as well because it tonight nine hundred senior album mbengue come for the moment no snowing by quickly also available in hei-chen Villian out is it. At still around. Because I nearly fell off the did and don't whoever came up with strategies to start supporting local buttons. A something tempe actually in Berry in in particular have been brilliant and we played in and stole the other way visit Friends Salvador and seventy seven hundred different acts on tape albums uh-huh as well so this is supposed great. You know the Zip Code Shopping Berry now as place I would see these in there is all you need. I think works a bit more vinyl based. Yeah he's kindly he. Does I local Bonzi let you feel less CDs. Sold in. That was very nice job. You're listening to cold. Steven probably goes nine Stephen. An eight hundred hundred friend day but yeah they they can't. I do not feel that the the fantastic so they should spoke with on epic originate from that so yes the music you can general rather than 'cause I don't go to the point where you go in H in vain communicate you'd struggled find music again. DVD's toys Christmas stuff. And then you what you way back to the design and the Dole I would. Yeah you won't be covered in. What is it one of these? LA's between Victoria. And I'll straight right okay on a non Soli- all around us of mazing. I think I if it's not that one I've taken a picture of yourself. It's another one way if you walk around like tennis you just see okay. And 'cause the song comes right down the sorry for considering a bunch of bins Pittsburgh and they probably all. Yeah and it. What's the most annoying song that you've ever had stuck in your head? You know the sounds all. It's on a of day. Job is teaching Ukulele in primary schools. I don't Friday mental health. Uh so conditions from weeks away. Because I'm pretty much teaching something in different schools at the moment on Fox and I saw so Christmas songs so long. It's going to have to be something like Maybe Jingle Bells recipes risk if if you attention on Friday ago to press bill and then we do a workshop in that the big thing thing some of the last song you sing before you walk out. That's always looking out. I think on Friday just gone. It was a Type about writer bills on ricky. Wake up in the middle of night still going for the past back to. I was now about your Susie Dent songs to command. If you know they'll say when Panetta is shot in the skit and I do a dusts only mcardle time especially if gigging to sell the lyrics. You don't fifty forget the bundle mackelmill forgotten lyrics of your own songs. I also gives as you put it usually note but that will McGinnis on because it goes it goes down so well stop I love Ray tweets just a couple of tweaks saw instead that spawned is. Is it called Susie then to on the new album because we did this video on youtube that we recorded earlier out to sit. He's called so studios in Qom. Who recorded our first on back when Glenn joined on cables all I can do all their called in there which saves you in two thousand eight thousand pounds regarding? Because he's talking fifty soon to quit a day you know. So yes this time in the person's the time and so he wanted us to do again so everything on the album was produced everything off so we did it faster on on a bit bit grittier yet needed the video. You know countdown student. Yeah I was GonNa ask you about. How did he get away with all? The licensing flushing sell green screen. It was opened zooming. Then let's tell we need to make a bit more you literally just watching countdown. Just those thought. She's so sexy not set ha. I'm sure this is the plane sexy thing in on twitter as well. She's not she's not the some on the west comes out with the videos on Youtube. Yes I mentioned some of the words. If you're not you can go looking for susy. Dentist favorite favorite swag was so when people are writing songs in account. Speak this song right. But in general the right about what they know. And you've got a song about the sixty six. It's always wants me when when you uh down in the lights turned off. Yeah I don't know how the structure that came about because it mentions the used to be a wickham. Aw Barre she wants to marry from 'em sixty six if you go through bundle some way. And and whether it's big wheelbarrow in the middle of the canal so that so impulsive omitting noise long-gone. Yeah and then that is one of them that just came a sometimes. You look in some just all I keep everything the local I mean. If you got on the other side of the world the mono will m sixty six as bogus. They might have a better idea about traveling. They one day those that must must be the announcement again. The come because with this people in Germany by it's called the guys in the states by Paul albums and so it's not. It's not global this with a little Kara a slightly more control. It's nice thing again. Social Media Are you playing any Any gigs locally We're playing on the thirteenth of December out the Doghouse gals with the PUKES. who used to be an all girl equally bond pumped and you start outbound the same times right and we've done? She gets together over the years and the great able. I think they've welded down from fifteen the about five now and the grateful guns. They've grown grown. So that culminated advice based in Norwich and London and plays with them I think it was September doubling gasoline counted and that was brilliant. It was absolutely tile. How are you doing so during the Doghouse than anybody wants to take it for that you'd better be quick because the going quick all the UK Facebook page you can find details on that and and also about not because every time. I've done the doghouse fourth wall. We've always aunt all three of the full time we've got a toy we actually out Tony. Welch Yeah Tony. The al-Sham story. I came to me frequently Klay lessons years ago and then they wanted the doghouse and he was amazing off with no ceiling. Lock you up all the poets on before it might not work to Can Be because they're not going to go and see I don't quite often blah blah blah. It's only a join. He was amazing. And then all of a sudden the monsters. Phone thing out and I'm sure he's probably also sororities. They're not feels feels guilty but not really kick started going in your pick in the back of his mind that it should have been there if happen also. Yeah I mean this is this is GRANDPA did head for the hills as well. And he's a lovely lovely Fella Long Malone fellas again nine seven anyway so listen. We've got a check on call Richard. I've looked him if he got John. Sorry and just say if you're easily offended don't bother going. ooh please phony. He's got an east think he's he's been on different things on BBC radio and don't tell in Gel Salsa still east. It'd be a good fit. Well if anyone listening to this wants to find out more about vicarage it take a look at the show notes for this episode on on. uh-huh showed some links in. I'll try and keep trying if you click on the link financing you. Don't lie l-let's you're it used to be the first person and I guess how well it goes depends whether or not going to do again over it. So these are. I'M GONNA call this section quick quick quick questions from kids right now. There's two kids one is mine and the other one as is a friend's daughter. Okay so seventy six. So I'm GONNA start with. I don't know why he started with the questions from a son so he's first question is how old the high fifty four fifty four. I tell you stumbled because I do. Fifty fifty ratio ratio fifty four fifty four going on fifty. How old were you when you talk to the bond two thousand nine well so what about ten years ago so my my bitcoin so for weymouth always? What school did you go to? I went to sign andries primary on then I went to Tilton. What's your favorite Phil Jal? The first thing that comes simpson had them with with the The cat show this this this mole. Ponce Book this was the sound quality. And it isn't what what's what's your favorite TV program. Don't really I don't really WanNa tell so call Myself Peace and quiet than I might net flakes thing. So I'd have to say at the moment it would be just trying to get through the second series of the end of the F. Ing will these called which is Kinda Gratsia? Sta Drama about two kids going across Bonnie and Clyde In a way always the guys at the end the end of the world rarely watch it. Do you like the you know as you think he's doing. I mean I don't personally saw Going to be very. 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S6 Ep46 Vitamin B 12
"Are dr seuss in house mazing. Gentlemen this is dr ron host of dr ron unfiltered uncensored. Thank you for your great great fath- for following me ever being there and trying to learn to be the ceo of your own body. This program contains general medical information. The medical information heard on this program is not advice as you not be treated as such. You are encouraged to confirm any information obtained from this program with other sources in review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician. And i do welcome you with an attitude of gratitude. Because gratitude has many many gifts it can make your date happier healthier and more loving and grateful. People are happier less depressed less stressed and more satisfied with their lives and relationships. Thank you so much. Thank you for defeats by. They are continually updating us and we are in still in the top fifty. Dr podcast on the web feed spot dot com so ladies and gentlemen We have had some interesting podcasts. Recently the explaining why doctors are the third leading cause of death all the different chemicals that are endocrine disrupters the effects of wi fi. And we've had a lots of programs with cova da but apparently if you do Programs on cova you will be censored. Look dr joseph mcculloch with millions of listeners. I don't know what they did to dr joe but he is. He took down thirty some years of of medical advice off the web because our president listed him as a terrorist. Dr of so you still get information covet. But i- i directed the children's health defense Semester robert f. kennedy junior Cheryl atkinson a. t. k. i. n. s. o. n. to the medical rebel dr lee merritt to dr sherri ten petty. Her website is man manny to lee rockwell real. See lots of great reports on covet and to an app called telegram where you can follow me. Dr ron and follow a lot of other people in an encrypted program that Maybe we'll be spied upon okay so today talk to you a little bit about vitamin b. twelve because deficiency be twelve can be the cause of nerve pain and it is associated with higher risk of heart disease and increase symptoms and severity of brain disorders like alzheimer's etc. And after we finished with twelve which will be somewhat. Today on. Tuesday was talk about neuropathy sees a more and more people are having nerve. Pain could be twelve help. Your diet is not only what you eat. It is what you watch it remember. I told you turn off the the boob tube what you listen to listen to junk what you read the people you hang around with be mindful of the things you put into your body emotionally spiritually and physically. I can't size that enough ladies and gentlemen because we all are in this together. We all want to age in aging is not a disease. It's a natural process. Is something we all experience. And if we do it right. Our older years could be one of the happiest and most satisfying times of our lives. So with a little bit of a troubled harper dr germ or caller. I start talking to you a little bit about vitamin b. Twelve as a mother. I i have so it's like clockwork couple years. You can expect the media to publish stories on how vitamins are a waste of money and even now in the senate. They're trying to outlaw. Vitamins that i keep coming back to. The headline there have been no deaths from vitamins. Supplements safety is yet again. Confirmed by the by america's largest database. Where are the bodies. The thirty seventh and Annual report from the american association of poison control centers showed zero deaths from any vitamin. Supporting data is in table to to be page of one five away. Two one five one eight and is published in clinical toxicology. But we don't hear about that. That's why you really don't get anything you can use on the boob to doctors. Even those john hopkins can make up surge statements when they say the only evidence. Vitamins get help. Calm from people telling friends i take. This makes me feel better. Well i'm telling you that's nonsense. There's been reams of studies down various vitamins and minerals over the years. And they found how they can improve. And safeguard our hell. We now know the vitamin in the beef family can protect our brain now. The studied i just saw his involved schizophrenia. Have to admit that is quite a period paradise this group of vitamins fast becoming known as the brains best friend brain b-vitamins for your brain. Remember that and this year there was another study study that showed how are beat. The b vitamins can help us think. Better researchers swinburne university of melbourne used. Mri is delivered changes in blood flow at certain areas of the brain that are connected with things like how 'bout this memory and focus and they say that their findings confirm how be vitamin supplements getting enhance quote mental performance. A mood article is psychological medicine. Researchers from the uk and australia discovered that these vitamins can quote effectively improve. Outcomes for patients with schizophrenia. Those found to help included familiar. Names b. six and b. twelve one. You may not hear about was also included. It's called in hospital. Inositol was originally part of the b. complex family and it was originally call. Believe it or not eight. Now we are being told as a pseudo. Vitamin is used to treat a lot of brain related issues with great success such as adhd depression. And of course what. We just talked about schizophrenia. It's widely thought of as a brain booster sort of make sense as one of the places where this compound inositol is found in high concentrations is in your brain other researchers found in nozzle tolls have therapeutic effect for conditions such as depression and panic attacks. Ocd there is. there are studies out there and we've known for a long time. That food derived supplements can also help with schizophrenia. And i've talked to you over the years about the proton pump. Inhibitors like nexium prilosec. If you're taking them it's almost a given that you're deficient in vitamin b. Twelve and b vitamins is really a big group. Ladies and gentlemen but today will after this monologue. We'll talk mainly about beat. Twelve but no that fallait is a spinach and other green leafy vegetables be sixes in poultry seafood an potatoes b twelve in beef and shellfish vitamin which is now being recommended to be used during the so called. Chinese virus pandemic vitamin vitamin b. One is import dark green leafy vegetables almonds pecans and we germ if you have if during the lockdown. You've had extra wine air. All you are almost certainly to be deficient in. Be one riboflavin. His milk yogurt cheese chicken fishing eggs niacin that vitamin that can lower. Your cholesterol isn't chicken turkey. Fish including salmon and canned tuna. Remember what we've talked about. Salmon look for for wild salmon. Not farm raised salmon. And you know from liver an egg yolks and avocados. You get by attendant pantothenic. Acid that inositol that be eight we were talking about that's in citrus fruits. Not molasses and liber so what they we've heard about b. vitamins. Being a waste is not really so truthful so a vitamin b twelve deficiency or low level of b twelve has been associated with a variety of conditions including neuropathy pain. When i first started practice in the sixties general practitioners would routinely give b twelve shots that they call kooks for it but maybe they knew something from Been in practice so long without a lot of fancy tests that we still don't know today but twelve has been associated with neuropathic pain at a decreased level of b. twelve also increase your your risk for heart disease and obesity and high blood pressure and poor different profiles and as i alluded to in my opening cognitive and brain disorder such as dementia. Alzheimer's parkinson's of course schizophrenia. Depression and tremors saw continue on this line for a bit. What are the benefits of taking a b twelve people off with have neuropathy and one of the benefits of b. twelve eighty decreases nerve pain. It review twenty four studies. Researchers found evidence for a therapeutic effect a b twelve in the treatment of post to her pedic neuralgia. that's the pain that can linger on after shingles or herpes astor. The face the ramsay hunt syndrome and at it has also been shown to be helpful in the treatment of painful peripheral neuropathy one that is often associated with diabetes or blood sugar problems. And how does it work. Well be twelve promotes mile It promotes the covering of the of the nerve the installation of nerve. So the nerve. The nerve stimulus day inside the neurons. It increases the electrical efficiency of the transmission. That's what i was trying to say as my tongue tied up and guess what it increases nerve regeneration and it stops that excess. They called ectopic nerve firing which is highly carla with neuropathic pain. So b twelve is associated that it can help nerve pain by making sure that the lining of the nerve is intact and we get rid of these excess. Firing that goes outside the nerve. Fiber scientists have performed many analysis of and there was a meta analysis of eighteen studies of serum b twelve levels at this study twelve hundred thirty nine cases at fifteen hundred sixty two controls. They all had type two diabetes and what they found was reduced. B twelve levels were found in patients with diabetes and nerve pain compared with patients in the diabetic route without nerve pain showing that b twelve supplementation as a potential treatment for diabetic related. Nerve pain was proved by this study. They found a significantly high prevalence of b twelve deficiency in diabetes. Especially those treated with metformin two hundred pages and there are other studies mainly diabetics two hundred. Forty eight one. Where b twelve deficient or borderline deficient. So generally it is recommended if you have diabetes neuropathy at especially if you're on metformin you need to know your b twelve levels so number one was ner pathak pain number two. B twelve lowers your risk for heart disease. What increases your risk. Will you know obesity very high cholesterol. High blood sugar high blood pressure. Of course you'd have more than one of these conditions is now called the metabolic syndrome. Eighty middle aged women were studied. Obesity was found to negatively affect b twelve levels in other words. If you're fat you're going to have low b. twelve levels and you'll have low vitamin d levels thus increasing your risk of heart disease and their study upon study regarding this indian patients. Seventy five of them were study. Those with metabolic syndrome. Remember that more than one. Being obese olympic profile that was abnormal high blood sugar levels had elevated levels of homocysteine and how assess is important because it can contribute to arterial damage. And guess what else like lots. And what are we hearing. The china virus blood clots and reduced levels of b. twelve compared to the control group. So if you had low levels. I knew had metabolic syndrome. Your are prone to arterial damage in blood. Clots number three. B twelve can improve your brain health. B twelve has been shown number of times. It's an excellent food source or supplementation. If you do that you'll bolster your brain health and decrease brain disorders. It even help children in one study with depression. Another study of two hundred and two people. The b twelve deficient ones had cognitive impairments and eighty four percent of reported marked symptomatic improvement after vitamin b. Twelve us replaced so as i opened with twelve deficiency deficiency is strongly linked to cognition a number of studies in front of me hundred sixty five from brazil even autopsy studies and b twelve levels. Were always lower in those with either autism schizophrenia or dementia and parks in patients. Remember parkinson's we think. Now is vegas nerve problem from a leaky gut. We've talked about it and we'll talk about it more says there are more people with parkinson's disease but if you have parkinson's disease and you have low b. twelve levels you're over five. Time is war likely to develop dementia about that. So if you have parkinson's disease it is being recommended that you supplement with vitamin b twelve and many view had never heard about side aci before the chinese virus inside a kind storms but it research of fifty five outpatients with low b twelve levels it was associated with greater pro in fat flat matori cytokines compared to the control group so the scientists of this study suggests that this neuro inflammatory effect could be implicated in the disease called alzheimer's so study after study cognitive way think functional deter deterioration of your brain mental disorders seizures. You should have your b twelve levels checked in and go on a program of vitamin b twelve replacement because it may as in these studies enable you to have a remarkable recovery about your food sources for b twelve. Well i'm sorry to say to. The vegas is mainly meats liver. Beef chicken turkey salmon. Tuna trout shrimp. It's also some dairy products but there is another issue now. Soy ev is fortified for the big ads may be helpful with the b twelve deficiency. You can find some see. We should talk mushrooms. But the experts caution as if to the consistency and the bioavailability of beat the b twelve. Actually is it going to get into your system and do. The job is supposed to do now if you're not you don't like dairy well. That's okay almond milk. Coconut milk and cheeses buffalo mozzarella an fedor happy twelve. So beat twelve can really be essential in. Your health is essential for essential vitamin for nerve. Pain your brain and your heart and beside being obese and diabetic you know a lot of people experience a deficiency b twelve when it's caused by drugs aging diet and other precursor diseases b twelve ladies and gentlemen really important and especially fighting nerve pain and defending your heart and brain decreases nerve. Pain lowers your risk of heart disease. It improves brain health. And you can go on the internet and look for food sources of b twelve not hard to find and if you're looking for symptoms a b twelve deficiency is a long list because it affects the nerves one of the top is tingling or numbness. And maybe you're having some balancer gape problems. I remember how it affects your brain so could affect your memory difficulty thinking it may be because it also is important for your health you could be experiencing heart palpitation. And if you're in that elderly group you have pernicious nimia yvette stomach or intestinal surgery your or your vegetarian or a regular coffee and alcohol drinker and you have some of these symptoms might be a good idea to have your homocysteine level and your b twelve levels checked b twelve deficiency symptoms mimic other conditions. So you may have some b twelve but it might not be enough to do the job and a lot of physicians feel that the significant portion of america have some type of deficiency in vitamin b. Twelve is essential in vital for you to have optimal health sad because you know it can mimic other conditions and other symptoms and you have to think about it and check for it. It's essential vitamin. Your body cannot make it on his own. You must consume it. So if you're low there's no doubt you're gonna get an anemia and there's this is a specific type of a medical may gallo blasted. Your red blood. Cells are big. But you don't have enough of them so the symptoms are vague. They're not diagnostic. And besides what. I told you already made. It could be tongue. Soreness mouths ortis you difficulty breathing so you have to think about it in order to check for it and then treat it and you know. There's a normal range at the normal raise. Differs there your physician or healthcare providers using you. Don't wanna be low normal. You wanna be optimal you want to be you. Want to have the b. Twelve level of twenty five year old. No matter what your age sixty Anybody tell you. Well it's normal for your age that is both you wanna have it. Optimal you want to have the levels. As if you were twenty five years old remember you can check homocysteine to be sure you're on the right track and is a shame. If you're label alps heimer dementia patient and all it all. It takes really to turn it around would be a through. B twelve supplement. Wouldn't it so. There are some physicians that are recommending testing b twelve with any cognitive decline because it does interact with the site of kind system. The chinese virus would be a bad idea to to supplement with b twelve to prevent or early treatment but it really is important for neuropathic. Pain really important. As i said if it works on host her pedic neuralgia. That's a really bad. One is should be part of the program for neuropathy people with their property that developed foot drop and so forth they should have their b twelve homocysteine levels checked get on b twelve because if it's low and causing apathy they're homeless sistine levels are high indicating that b twelve as low not only is it affecting europe but remember you are prone to have faster rates. A brain changes associated with aging levels. Are high. you'll have a slower rate of brain aging in stockholm sweden in a report in the journal. The american medical patriot with researchers examined. Five hundred one participants over eighty ever sixty skewed five hundred one participants aged sixty and older studying blood tests and memorize what they found was circulating levels upbeat. Twelve were correlated with changes in brain tissue volumes and total white matter at means brain size brain tissue actually decrease when the twelve levels were were lower. Now i'm not saying this cure not going to help everybody. But jesus is not hard to test so maybe a b twelve period. Trial is warranted. And i'm not saying all these studies that i'm telling you are cut and dry. They're not but it gives you an idea what to do. That was over six year period labored or not a pharmaceutical company. Website called netscape actually published. Study okay so we know. The b twelve can affect three major systems. And especially your brain. Okay why not give it a shot. The only one. That's that's available widely now a site ano cobol baumann as shot okay. But metha- cobol woman supplement is available and can be used in your mouth subway willie indeed. I'm looking at some studies show. It actually gets absorbed. B twelve is destroyed by stomach acids. So if you're taking twelve and a tablet or as part of a multiple vitamin you're wasting your money. 'cause says at his stomach as it is it is destroyed and b twelve has to get your small intestine Bullman is the active form. And i have seen studies were method Used early can be effective. Aging is natural but we don't wanna age prematurely or be a burden web day another pharmacological website stated sick quote. Since your your body doesn't make b twelve. You'll need to get it from animal based foods or from supplements on a regular basis azima pharmacology big forum on website. And remember. if you're deficient in your over sixty five you're prone to brain shrinkage and if your male over sixty five you have enough. Thanks ranking as you get older and we're going through these lockdowns in the political political association of the career of the china virus. You just don't wanna get depressed and b twelve may help you not to be so depressed so if you have a digestive problem. You're a vegetarian yet to be really careful. It was pretty hard to synthesize. Gentlemen so i mean the injectable form is available. A lot of physicians do use that. But no that the cy ano- means cyanide and your body has to separate the b twelve in your liver and remove the cyanide part of it but it looks like the research. I've done the past couple of days. You you cannot easily get medical balm for injections even life edge. Magazine stated that delivers simply does not converge sciatica cobol lament the Commonly available formby twelve into adequate amounts of methyl cobol woman which the body uses to treat and correct neurological defects so it looks like the or form of medical India into your mouth in it. Get absorbed under your. Tong might be the way to go. If you cannot get airfare your physician cannot find injectable methol cobol so for all the reasons we've talked about brain foggin slowing down mentally and sluggishness. You might wanna get a check and is save. Your healthcare provider will give you a trial of treatment. And mythical bowman. I must say the only form of vitamin b twelve. They can cross the blood. Brain barrier we talk about serotonin and dopamine serotonin makes you feel better. We'll that method group in that in the name. Mythical bowl name makes your body's secrecy ronin and you feel better okay. So we'll talk more about vitamin b. Twelve as time goes on. And i see a couple of people have entered. Eh this live discussion. I thank you for that said next this coming week. I wanna talk about the vegas nerve largest nerve your body. I wanna talk about neuropathy more in depth and wanna talk about the vegas nervous It's rolling chronic fatigue. It also has a role in depression and other diseases and most people don't even know about the vegas nerve. It plays a role in almost everything. It's crazy right and you haven't heard of it you don't hear about. It can affect obesity heart health kidney disease. Depression and new research is looking like is involved in chronic fatigue syndrome. When i was a medical school we only thought it affected the stomach and the heart but it has a much wider net right now with a multitude of functions far beyond what we thought when i was in school. So that's what i have planned ladies and gentlemen and i do appreciate you giving me the time to listen to me rant on but i'm going to keep doing it and we'll pick subjects other than the chinese virus for now until i see where the politics with this is all coming down really upset with what they did with dr mcculloch with a did with dr malone the inventor of the m. r. n. a part of this the jabs. They just shunned him. Like the amish. He's been shot and good doctors. Just because they are speaking their minor been shunned and sued. Because there's only one opinion that matters and that's the one that comes out of washington you know who i'm talking about. No dissenting opinions are allowed. No dissenting opinions of an experimental jab. Member is experimental. No dissenting opinions are allowed. Okay before i go off on another tangent. Thank you for listening. And we are available on all different. Podcasts like spotify. Stitcher i tune. Iheart apple podcast. Google play were out there and of course right here. Pod bean pod. Bean has been great for this program. I love the people that join pod. Bean and bean as host has been fantastic of course fade spot now. The one that lists less is one of the top fifty and pod page. Peo- dp dot com. They list all of our shows with the little. Write up page. So you're interested in some of the four hundred programs. Yes i think it might be easy to find but pod being has a gave me a website to anyway. Thank you from this name. We'll see on tuesday chow. Everybody got to rise finished for today. I hope you've got some good wisdom or the man in december and is all you buckle the man. He has lot more s.'s. For him the to win this in a win is in. How let the know. Bob is how is how is at. The top was bobby digest. What is in the the no was bothering windy. When the is the house pain. Call if you call. The data was bothering a winless. Data is is house
Palmetto Championship & Scandinavian Mixed | Steve Palmers Golf Betting Tips | The Sweet Spot
"Hello and welcome back to the sweet spot here on the race. In post your go-to gulf tipping. Show no bruce meetings in this week. So it's jack reeve longside racing posts talk gulf tips. Death steve palmer. Steve looking remarkably patriotic lost on my soul year was on the golf course was reminiscent of an informed jordan. Speak the way you a guy that's right yet. Gave you get threshing silva mayor Week off she went to the tank museum on. That was the only holiday. I love looking china's to families the season tank so that was good. Then the end of the week hall was probably the harry and meghan. Baby did you see they name. Many bats yeah lilly bet. Yeah i flew out fantastic. I mean The american betting industries about take off his name think lilibet bookmakers could play a major role in a few years time. So yeah an interesting interesting week of Police rebound yeah looking forward to the euro's This is not purely about fulham. Typically a few englishmen this week in the gulf so i thought it was inappropriate. Calm and i bet it does feel lock could almost Place like a burnley hope show would unite bashing we can in Stay people having rest and recovery in such. Was that your week off. What was it was full when he was half term. Jags artyom you know about the rigors of hall term yet but when you have children you will yeah. Yeah you don't get much page but said yeah yeah now. I'm keen to get back into really looking forward to the us open next week With save on main munition we've got a couple of tricky tournament. Six we get new than used but some we can get some more. Us open amunition with some winners this week absolutely will be taking a look at this week's told him in show. Let's take a look back at what we've just witnessed and it was a unique. We can in many ways. We have the memorial tournament also at the european open now the memorial tournament steve. A suspect was an interesting one. For many punches it was led off the fifty four holes convincingly by jon rahm six shot late walking off the i team to this third round density told that he tested positive for covid absolute disaster for raw. Yeah you'll miss fellow within the doubled over. When he found out the news i think he he was told earlier in the week that he moderating contact with someone the other contact tracing. It gives him a clue that he might be in trouble but he played his best over the some dishes. It was it was it was sublime. Wasn't it the it did look over the way he was playing And then yet in. Kobe ratings ugly. Hey in twenty. Five years of gulf vetting of never managed to back to windows in the same tournament. But i'm sure they would have been a few punches. Also you did that. I mean get comment section of this this podcast if you did 'cause to wealth fancy venezia paid out wrong. That's what i'm getting older. Bookmakers down rahm Because he he looks certain to weigh in would have been too harsh on onto community to Not around so you had rahman currently you could easily actually what is worn tournament. All never done that weld anyone who did. I'm writing saying that if you act on the exchange wouldn't have been paid out that way because i saw a few vary Tough kind of story. Weights your paper about significant sums of money. you're ready to be pale rama. But he was on the exchange will. Yeah the exchanges. That the flaw in the open there. Isn't it bill the wrong backers at a field day only changes so yeah just he has bruce when we need toby to go out and we can't. We can't have you. Don't go fans tough enough without having tobin from if you bought ronald weaken exchanges For that you must be hurting but some yet dramatic weakened Wrong she must mention is now going to quarantine for ten days and he's gonna get one practice round to torrey pines before us open. I mean the flip side is you'll be fresh daisy but some fof more deal gives a huge one is going backwards. Torrey pines the top tough on roms day but we must mention patrick countless. He was picked up by cutting jibe champion on loss. Episode of this sweet spot. A hopefully if you manage to get on countless but a brilliant wind amount is always daniel thereabouts absolutely not do feel impulse to come in and the listeners wanna hear from champion the wonder horse and instant so do i. You can gaze chips in the rice to vote remember So getting the great ship for please. Please for joe lovey land And currently not not ask please. For currently not remove favorites. You know to dour in hall to like his. Is patrick kelly but some Yeah he's running. Now he settled in the market about twenty five to one that. Yeah that's the. That's the major that some people be best suited to So yeah we'll worry about that tournament next week but say yet we regard. Shoot to true tricky. Wants to focus on i. Yeah and a quick mention of your. Canine i doubt it was a too many people's televisions. It was a strange was. It stops the Fifth equal house went into the monday. But one by marcus omission. I'm sure a lot of people say the post round into the very touching. It was at a beautiful moment. If you haven't seen on certainly recommend that you can find on twitter. Et and such but The context was save. The mocks lost his mother a while back And this was his first european away in unclearly very emotional Contrasted tournaments at the memorial which was a triumph for the pundits. As you know lots of fancy run his to constantly be more college the complete opposite in the european open outside his dominating but it was feel good story was now. I mean i don't know listeners. Get fed up more feel good stories. Just feel good stories out to pay the bills you know. Nothing feels good of than a winning bets. If we're honest. We have richard blind within the east. Coast event calculates and then Yamanaka's armitage. You've gotta have a heart stone to enjoy that Regardless of best thing. I mean yeah. He's a lovely loud in these difficult. Backstory i if losses mama you say small drug brief drug addiction. A- believe left school year no interest in school fruit itself into gophers escape from his troubles. In finally after twenty years of toilets. He's a champion. Yeah it was hard to walk. Schatzer that interview one Yet i did read some of the when he was kind of competing for his is called early on his career sleeping in ten. Imagine you cubs in the tent of intense small off his aides say now he's getting him a little bit of money even to play in that tournament era ni at needed some some backing from his might to get to that tournament Now he's come good in interview with is is Easy wife or his girlfriend was fantastic. Zoom into that where he had to cut it short because he was bursting for the toilet and she was because she wanted to go and get some trumpets. I love how trumpets convention on the on a big finding trumpets whenever the trump is mentioned as you on your cockpits on that sabry made his mama mama goes without a loaded bus loads of mama by i love putting my best sort of Your said when the trumpets come out. And whenever the the wife mentioned this trump dude Hits butcher mccrum pits in I just can't get enough that show. I've gone off message again. Yeah yeah whoa democrats armitage. Well-done trumpets than equate rottweiler Jam anyone out there eating eating that trump is this morning. Let's take a look at the upcoming tournaments this week. Ben let stall on the pj tool with the palmetto championship Let's have a quick look at the top of the market. Dustin johnson eight towards kept Nylons hatton fourteen. Fitzpatrick eighteen along someday. A twenty two one fleet with twenty five swanson. Some well names the top back. A steve give us a rundown the course. And how many do you have the coolest conga re golf club in ridgeline south carolina on seven thousand six hundred fifty five yards. Pau seventy one. Tom fazio disarm should on the opening. Twenty seventeen and yukos Supposed to be the canadian open this way being canceled for the second consecutive year issues on the us. Canada border with the covid We go the inaugural poem championship. Instead offered event in south carolina in as many months where the obviously heritage tonight you was pg Last month of facia was said. This is a long country version of shadow creek. His his las vegas track shattered creek hosted the cj Others likened conga to the australian sandbelt courses is built on san array shop edge. Used to the family is flanked on waste areas. Foam foster right yeah. It looks magnificent course on plays. It's been introduced the pj tool yoga. Free tickets the three takes away your main shit. I will get a prop out for the main tip been gagging to get this guy now discovered. It doesn't go out of the headphones should have prepared that This is a gift from the legendary rita in from full me When we both win is in the penalty week of january Lassen in zambia. In say would yeah. Yeah that was a garage so he eats at a gift is typically great gesture from john from formby you know. I haven't had the chance to to put it on. Because i'm i'm to hatton in the last. Few months is formed Little just rested for second can hold that got his fullness dick to bed and then he went off all right. Asserting that sean to get his hands on On this is the week. The the his second victory if only follows up on that abu dhabi one It's going to be very hot and sunny in south carolina. Wait is a firm and false trial. He's gone run runoff areas around the greens. Sony scrambling ability is going to be key attributes. This week Hatton traditionally throngs in that department statistically dipped a little bit this year. But he's be one of the best in the business Is approached play against the other department. Which is important this week a very very difficult. Greens to hold these congress and finding the sections of the most important high in his Eleventh instructs gangland approaching the pj will this season. He was full flat stat. Last season saw hands goal the tools for this trap on that. Tom fazio designed in try that we mentioned the cj Shutter creek hand finishing third place And the chew plaza. Finish had been planning this week. So i like heightened suitable for the goals and i think he's just bubbling nicely back into formula best masters. Finish night regular terrible record in the mosses finished. Eighteenth closure the sixty eight Got married at the end of the last month. Funny you get his mojo back now. Hudson dunk on the market leaders. Adam and so. I think i'll think pattern fourteen. Two one is a very solid bet. Wants more yellow these attack the headphone on. How many golf song. Compliments this crop are. I remember when you backed Handy head you say about. What's coming up. Didn't you used to have a song. Complimented the hats so that high horse racing style. Hasn't it be good that we give. We actually had windsor. We can put down again next week. but yeah i use time and go go go it again. I mean he's egypt. he's not playing. He's just playing great But i think he's found a cool this week in anna field and there's a lot to be this week. I think i think he's tom from fell. Didn't that file round in in the middle east where he won and battled against roy mcelroy. The call but never quite cantorial hats in the main. Tip the st paul this week. Who's up next the next steve. Keith mitchell We've been following a lot lately. Pretty much ever. Since he was a standout performer. In zurich classic pez. He was brilliant in that carry. Brunson full flight is founded swinging the last few months a Authority finish third in the wells fargo championship. A month ago The wells fargo is. Played a tom. Fazio redesign a mitchell's only. Pga tour victory came on tom. Fazio designed in the twenty nine thousand nine hundred classic sub. Keith mitchell folding in love with with congress this week wins college in georgia. Neighboring states south carolina still lives. That means a big running watts as Humdrum field. He just missed out on us. I've been qualification yesterday on Fish one shot the plant in georgia. Qualify think he avenged that with a big performance in in the powell metro. Fifty to one. Keith mitchell Up fifty second three was refined. Take moving the championship save. The formative is bryson. Nimmer got a lot of abuse of putting our Fath hundred the obviously heritage because young with an eighty in the volcker so cool but say he followed that with a sixty eight twenty five players in the field his second round school I can forgive that. Opening eight under a loads of pressure this rising star from south carolina finding state he had to do a preacher media conference which went on for twenty five minutes. he couldn't believe the amount of interest in it then had a massive gallery fallen in that first round and It was in the last group in the final three will say that all day thinking about this and his first shot what in the water so Yet yeah i just you just buckled under the pressure that i i completely understandable massive inexperience showed what he was capable of in that friday sixty freight and the reasons for backing him then at the same as they are now being really impressive in the lower grades. He's a local knows this fat the most of the field and since the has a couple of takes him performances on the ferry fairytale so he's getting more experienced Twenty four hundred to one again as many places as you can. I'm gonna keep the fight with brushing. never think he's potential. Nothing kim State run this week. You're forgiving mound. You steve. I think if anyone else box someone that sheets nancy day that the best fit to be told off and never going back your love off the hater. Will he play. He played like a five hundred to one shots in that first round. Yeah you typically three orange johnson they and they buckled in the vote should come out by now. I'm prepared to get some devout again this week. But wolszczan is low to places outlet. Gets many places you can get a big russian demo. Absolutely as always with you go betsy. Not only the best price but look out for the best each way terms. Not the power. Max i championship will recap full of steve's bats at the end of the show. Let's move on to the european tour a slightly different tournament this way. It's the scandinavian mixed Told him and apps valda goethe country cup state. Run us through This told him. And how differ the vowed to golden of gopher book sweden and we got two sets concentrated because the ladies the ladies tees a six thousand one hundred and thirty eight yards the man's again of mensa. Obviously seven thousand sixty odds So there's a non and twenty two yard advantage to the lady sends eight men plan seventy eight women. Plan this cool again yeah. Both these schools is a new oath. Interesting this is a mountain. Whole tree design of a british links on lael opened in two thousand nine is a very flat. He ran track wide. Fairways fos running to rain. The sun has been out and he's gonna play really sure it's the perfect venue really to bring the many women's together the last time we had an event like this was on the challenge tour in two thousand nine seeing the jordan mixed open Whereas the same scenario ladies he's menzies Early one woman finished in the top fifteen We must take note of. Don't think non hundred and twenty two yards is going to be enough of an advantage for the women to level the playing field enough and that's an average of fifty yards per hall roughly But there are full. Pa falls on this goal. So they're hitting their second shots from the same spot the men and the women. That's why the men should take control coming in with Clubs to the farmers. I don't to be accused sexism. Ahah rub Arms feminist as the next man fox. I do think that position causing tremendous. He'll go four chips in there. Will there will males the absolutely. I mean you could eat championship championships. grew too long. So if you're if you're losing out on the table it's going to become increasingly difficult. Just looking at the market is not a female the That have twenty eight to one so told them up. Wholesales your favourite fourteens. At least louis to eighteen scrivener eighteens and on the buell could twenty two on the twenty one. St the strongest fields. How many tips for this told him follow. All i was waiting for that. I'm so got. Is that why you go away. The holes throat numb voice is only just come back. She was incumbent. Lost my voice just after reply. Go for you guys yet. up at a high fever seasons come on just wearing tests was concerned was income beilby right husky. The loss few thou stem. My mother-in-law said out sexy. My voice was so am bringing a bit of sexiness to proceed. But yeah i'm just pleased to be added to like you can get absolutely awful. Tapes sees the name of the main one. I know you're a massive fan. And you mentioned him. Then we're gonna get one show as we speak a warm firm up with betting well done for bet threes. His father taking the plunge in height the way put. Mike is ghetto. Sort of in the attentive. When tournament comes on different aspects of the bolster issue a show. You'll know the the full map. We don't have the dates house. Get your process out. I think they will trickle through. But it's on the l. focuses issued. Hopefully that'd be more for available but on the one show we've got the is fourteen to one horse Thing that will be more squeeze a little bit better. I don't know San jose Dramatic things the best player in this field legal the potential Destroy courses open flat. The sun's out a week loss summons not wind expected horsfield is birdie machine. I think he's going to go on absolute task. You finish fifth in the twenty eight team british masters water and heath as go bit heathland in the book. won twice on the europeans. Who lost some go back. Injury returned to action at the end of march this year really impressive phyllis four events eight three fifteen four is foam. Figures is not might impact states all. He's jetted over a couple of states. Events on only european will big fishing pond thinking turns into a shot. This week is going to be everything in his staff. Men women children hosted he. He's just such an excites in class. I know whenever. I've been on the shots by about san jose i think ian poulter was nate land when colesville was breaking in america junior poll to his audible city. Said this is the next exciting time as you say a buddy machine when he wanted celtic manohla summer on him there the previous week he. He's got this tendency to just blow up then just bounce back his. His tenacity is unbelievable. Samples failed steve palmer's main tip who begun full next and the next best run fox another powerhouse connote wellness. Try folks loves links golf. You've got a fantastic record in the show open in the scottish. When this week's course is links ego fox running fairways festival fescue lawn in the fairways re heavy bunkering ron folks fall in love with it and pandemic life has not been easy for him. I mean he lives in new zealand getting to the tournaments as being tough and then lots of quarantine back home Is one a couple of events on the charles tour in using museum. Pj circuit in eight twenty one. Six hundred in that. We'd been planning a low grade and winning not have many europeans events this year but last week. He closed with a sixty nine for eleventh spot in the porsche. European concern when he's finally getting a little tournaments denmark. Germany and sweden asean foreign in a groove this week a second european so talk could become ron fox a safety toy look the kind of quarantining aiding in the traveler's name. I mean the gulf torn generally is incredibly intense in normal times when covid times it must be an absolute nightmare payments. Absolutely when you use even worse in very tough on their the reason you Accessible aids club is because you're older controls in quarantine. Yeah he's been difficult for folks but some is third tournament In as many weeks. And i think he's he's gonna find grew. I think the cool shoots yeah whole sort of a by far the best options obscenities horsfield and fox out of third. And then we get a little bit. More speculative david halsey It was a full time european tour champion and he causes sixty wall in the first round on. The saudi internationally in february was a on leona. Fifty nine watch on a long course ended up finishing twelfth in the saudi national hike trials tournament And in the last phone on been signs of life again. Fish thirty first in denmark and twenty fifth last week in germany. He had his first kid. In april Became a false has been an adjustment period but it looks like he's got his game back in shape. He's always a brilliant short game which i think will count for this week. The ground firm Yet w said he wholesale get over the winning post in front he's about fifty to one one. More biggest. Pro selection of the law is the yocum log grin. Playing hugging could inspire. You're wanting to get a sweet. Oh my so. I think he could rediscovery. Spock this cool. Suits is gonna superb record in the dunhill links championship. He likes linxia saumur. We've mentioned this links links on track. his his Traditionally been a great strength. He's got room off. The tee can be a bit rusty. But there's plenty of room illness. Week truck And signs of life from me shot sixty three in in the main himalayan and the week before law so yes longer grabbed Funds this week hundred twenty five to one enormous price yet big process. I'm gonna let one about switzer. Comments is do my job. A short a steve rob Tweeted inset callous amelia hostage by in a scandinavian. Did you look him or just wasn't on the show. Last his a bit early to say is to be valuable medical warm up. Let's see what proc- ends up But yeah kelly's mergers on the shore but he winless is biggest Not entirely convinced on him but some you know this is a tournaments not gonna tight much winning hundred and six players in the field but you know again without wishing to sound on coin You could call this a seven. Shake runner affair. Seventy eight men if you get seventy eight. Seventy eight runner affair with standard each way terms again of waiting to see what's coming out what we see. So far as coach of the fire from batteries. Which is what they normally do. So we can get some decent age white terms in could go seventy-eight running off huge face when pederson hoses up but we should put some. Yeah think gum gonna put your man off Back in some major there. Because i think this is a weak event yet to exciting tournaments in helmet Scandinavia make steve. Just run us through all of your selections for this week show. What would you like. I stole night with wolf guy with comments to go with a pal metro where we have several hats on one really notice headphones of couse carriage keith. Mitchell and bryce nimmer in the scandinavian mixed samuel holyfield ryan fox. David halsey giddy up david. Jose and yoakum logger grim stuff. Let's have a quick look at some of the questions that was sent. Invite twitter Shoe call on youtube last week at a regular comments. Hello student Now if you remember. Steve you bruce Was speaking about bryson and burks Gutting beef and he knots escalated. Hasn't it excuse. Said his ideal third person and not three bull would be patrick reid. he'd be sure to ruffle feathers alikes. Judy he's not going for the pacemaker. At egypt wants even more carnage. He does yay as right now. That would start things off. There's a good chance of them being together in the in the us you know. Everyone wants to see shown cook together. I mean it's amazing off. Become bruce vat team to shamet team cook off. Just become massively team to shambo in this because some cook cannot stein. Courage in fans thought heckling Players you know cook. A thing is Lactic class I think in very unimpressive with cook conduct a week. Cooling brisk brooks now In brusett president brooks prescription. Because he's so moody in that tweet. He did when he was saying. Give crates of heckling. Show as the nicest amongst the boolean we've ever seen Yeah no they didn't you at us the lie. That was a commercial day. He's now somehow. Commercializing is cutting. Its boxing some believable. Absolutely outrageous Yeah folk shambo. I'm found the shamba. 'cause i mean often worried about heckling flags i think will come a bigger and bigger issue. Because they're talked about lilibet bookmakers taking over american bashing industry has gone through the roof. All all the americans suddenly betting normally a negativity going to these tournaments and allowed enough as you. You put some betting benching vouchers in their pockets. They have a huge bearing on on events. You know Say without need brooks koepka foreign up out the heck. Because i think paxton could become a big problem anyway in the islamic treasury. It's not just a different cultures that because everyone who's walking around in uk not in european kohl's is most of the will probably apathy quit on hair and that but you don't really see i've anti none thereby civilized crowns over here. We don't do get in the whole mashed potato etc. Where over there. They seem to get charged up on those of mitchell job four in there And then In initial also sunday off a genuine concern me. Yeah they could be a betting. Anger in future of the favorites may become better some. Pga tour went when the industry in america really takes off. Because you know all these to get. Will the galleries in there. The moment is restricted. Crowns you have ten thousand when you get these big events with the full whack of spectators and they've all piled into the favorite and there will heckling every other player you genuinely you may have an issue there of likely factoring in the hecklers so yeah of course we come to obey a scoop because should be fined for Flat one of the russian shambo amazingly has become protect. My little my little bryson that. Feel sorry for brushing shambo. I never thought that when. I i love protective father. I can't wait to get back on the coast. I think i'm going to try out the senior. I put down a sunningdale. Not going gonna give that a stable you up to this week before we before we go our separate ways lijir still getting more voice back to normal levels and then you're preparing for the us open you know we can research on that and I think there's going to be applying for one hundred. Fifty six run apply. I haven't checked my big cheeses yet but the big cheeses will be whipping me into shape so that it sounds like you're offering your your work jianghuai not thinking of a a difficult weekend that but now really looking forward to that event tori point south. Us open. it doesn't get much better than now breaks. My heart is fed is not going to be here When you when you you look on The wikipedia page twenty twenty. One years when they go target. Was this talk which is not expected to play. It says announcing he's goodness site. No expected to play. I mean which is not going to be planning Yeah yeah torrey pines south. Us out saga. Which i think we're going to have to have a little group hug before the humbly Definitely we can. We can saw collective sweet spot hug. Maybe not hugging on the actual mind you guys i but you didn't your workshy edema watch it. It will never lead it. Maybe phil mickelson. Mark win the us. I've been conveyed career grand slam and then we'll have something else to another failed Love the skin punches. Chelsea steve thank you so much for joining me this week. Bruce will be back next week. I'm sure you're over excited about that. To preview the uso with steve. That will be called hands coverage is always on the go throughout the week. I'm next week on the racing. Post spoil website until then stay safe gambler responsibly. And we'll see one variously bye-bye
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From the archive: Kill them, kill them, kill them: the volunteer army plotting to wipe out Britains grey squirrels
"It's time to turn yesterday's water bottle into today's laptops. it's time to transform. Co two into a raw material for sneakers. The time for circular economy is now we're investor and we're working around the clock to turn the future of materials fully circular because when it comes to helping our planet there's no time to waste explorer steps to circularity ad- ca- vastra dot com forward slash circular hyphen economy the guardian on patrick burke my guardian writer the author of the piece. You're about to listen to a story about two species of squirrel. The red squirrel in the grace girl that live in britain today. That might sound tweedle trivial but it's an issue of grand passions that exposes all kinds of ethical faultlines grey. Squirrels were brought to britain from north america. One hundred fifty years ago they thrived but they carry a disease which doesn't hurt the grays but is fatal to reds this means the invasive graze a wiping out the red squirrels in britain in areas. Where the red squirrels cling on some committed individuals going to fanny extreme lengths to save the reds by killing the grays. In this story you'll encounter some passionate animal rights activists he defend the grays right to life. You'll also meet to particularly interesting people. Julie bailey is a disabled grandmother from cumbria. He campaigns for red squirrels and has made a real difference actually in the county where she lives. Crate chefs worth is an ecologist who is based in north wales and he successfully removed grey squirrels entirely from the island of anglesey. Since i write a story for we as a guy that have been three scientific advances. We've learned much more about a native. The pine mountain and how it can reduce populations of grey squirrels. The pilates being persecuted for centuries but is now recovering its population and scientists. Hope that it's a kind of natural way of of sorting out the problem between the reds and the grays but unfortunately it's unlikely to be concealed bullet to the whole issue because pine martens went live in cities where grey squirrels thrive and scientists actually expect the grey squirrels currently naive to the threat posed by the pine marten will rapidly adapt to avoid this predator and their populations will recover again. The second big advance has been. Trials of oral contraceptives grey squirrels which is seen as a more humane way of controlling and numbers and trials have shown it can reduce gray squirrel populations by about ninety percent in some areas. There's an ongoing issue with this. However which is that. You need to develop feeding stations to deliver the food that carries this contraceptive that can't be accessed by any other animal oversee. It would be disastrous if red squirrels for example. Got hold of these oral contraceptives and then became infertile themselves. The third big scientific advance is gene editing or gene drives which is which is controversial to and that's by you could in theory insert altered genes into a gray squirrel to create infertility from then on in that squirrel population. Craig shuttleworth feature in this story thinks now that this is probably the best long-term solution to the vexed question of grey squirrels and red squirrels in britain. But it's at least a decade away so foyers on from the story. You're about to hear craig shuttleworth. They ecologist is still it. Were and so is julie bailey. Many more volunteers join tang cumbria to help. Repel the grey squirrels. The very human battle between red and grey squirrels guys on welcome to the guardian long read. Showcasing the best long form journalism covering culture politics and new thinking for the text version of this and all our long reads goto the guardian dot com forward slash mom. We'd kill them kill them. Kill them the volunteer army plotting to wipeout. Britain's grey squirrels. The red squirrel is under threat of extinction across britain. Their supporters believed the only way to save them is to exterminate their enemy. The grays but are they just prejudiced against non native species by patrick barnum one snowy dohrn in march. I went hunting squirrels in the lake district in the silent and empty woods beneath the air force waterfall. The only thing moving was a solitary red squirrel balanced on a nut filled feeder hanged from a tree. If you grew up as i did with the grey squirrel seeing red squirrel is a shock. Were used to the gray asleep. North american imports swaggering across parks rating. Bird tables all fat haunches and bulbous. Black is in contrast the red squirrel. Although native to britain looks exotic so dainty and alertly pretty with fine tufts of hair above its ears as extravagant as the eyebrows of denis. Healey here in the snow this forest sprite quivered with improbable baletic grace and then clang slipped on the icy lit of the feeder and fell to the ground. It landed on. Its feet julie bailey. A former gymnast with a cascade of red hair had picked me up from the nearby town of penrith and driven her black four by four along. Slushy roads to admire this natural acrobat at air force. She stepped out of the car and leaning on a stick walked carefully across the snow. She and her husband phil used to enjoy watching. Red squirrels their feeders. In the garden these animals was still a common sight across northern cumbria the decade or so ago bailey worked in pharmaceuticals and coached boys gymnastics including a son but in two thousand and five. She broke her back. She couldn't walk for four years. Seventeen spinal operations later. She only walks. Thanks to a spinal cord stimulator powered by a battery in her stomach when it malfunctions she collapses she doesn't make a fast but she's in pain twenty four a day and is intolerant to painkillers. Because i was stuck at home she said i started taking more notice of my squirrels. They really gave me a purpose. During the christmas holidays of two thousand and nine. She was startled to see a stranger in her garden a gray squirrel over the next three weeks her reds became sick their faces swelling with terrible souls before they drop dead. It was absolutely devastating. Said bailey bailey. Joined a band of concerned. Cumbrians accountants police officers cleaners carries construction workers retirees. Who spend their spare time working to stop red squirrels in their county slipping towards extinction. Red squirrel conservation is not like most other efforts to save wildlife. It consists of exterminating one rival species. The grey squirrel a few weeks after the death of her red squirrels. Bailey began to fight back. On the side of the reds. She setup strategically placed feeders so she could pull up quietly in her car. Wind down her window and shoot the grays with an air rifle. Her husband got a gun and joined. In the first time. I spoke to bailey by telephone. I asked her how many squirrels she and phil had eliminated since they began. She paused i could hear the clicking of a mouse through a spreadsheet four hundred sixty nine she replied when i visited her home a month later i found a shrine to the red squirrel. The time was told by a red squirrel clock. The wood burner was adorned with cast. Iron squirrels bela's study walls and carpet with squirrel. Red there were ornamental. Squirrels may by local sculptor. A red squirrel jigsville goblet boot. Brush paperweight and piggy-bank. We drank tea from red squirrel mugs and sat by a gray colored freezer. When i asked what was inside. Bailey opened the door and pulled out neatly butchered hunks of gray squirrel. All our grays go in that freezer and we eat them. Not everyone's coveted. That's what we do very healthy meet. Phil loves his squirrel curry because he just loves curry. I love it in a stew so it falls off the bone like pulled pork. Bailey was collecting the pelts to make a gray waistcoat britain islands and italy the only countries in the world inhabited by both red and grey squirrels in britain grays which were introduced in the late nineteenth century from north america appear to be exterminating the reds. Britain's hundred forty thousand red squirrels in pushed to the margins islands such as the isle of white northern scotland parts of cumbria and northumberland as two point. Five million grays have taken over. An epoch of human globalization is mixing up species like never before it has also created a new academic field invasion biology which examines how some no native animals and plants such as rats and japanese knotweed wreak havoc in new settings spreading disease or out competing native flora and fauna. Some consider the grey squirrel one of these alien invaders imperilling the red. But is it slaughter a futile expression of nativist xenophobia and is it ever ethical to target one species for destruction in order to conserve another many mainstream conservation. Charities have quietly decided that a coal is an acceptable solution. That will soon be thousands of volunteers working to kill grace girls in england wales northern ireland. Scotland has its own rather successful anti-gay campaign. This army is being assembled by red squirrels. United and you campaign supported by more than thirty conservation groups and three million pounds from the heritage lottery fund and the e. u. life program the european union's funding body for environmental projects. Red squirrels united is the largest program to eliminate an invasive species in europe. It is also the most controversial more than ninety five thousand. People have signed an anti-cull petition. That comments revealed an abhorrence for this kind of conservation. This plan is barbaric. My son and i love watching the grace. Girls play where we live. Humans do not own animals lives. These creatures are here to stay and part of our countryside. Now you cannot turn the clock back as these remarks. Show the conflict between two very different species of squirrels is also a dispute between the very different kinds of human champions. How this battle plays out. Reds versus grays conservationist versus animal rights activists northerners versus southerners could eventually shape the fate of other non native species around the globe. The red squirrel skewers vigorous is a common animal across much of eurasia skiers caroliina ncis. The grey squirrel is one of more than two thousand eight hundred. Non native species in britain like the signal crayfish north american creature. That has been out competing. The native white clawed crayfish since it was introduced in nineteen seventy five or the asian hornet a hefty wasp that turned up in gloucestershire last summer and devours honeybees. The grey squirrel is classified as an i a s an invasive alien species the international union for conservation of nature puts it in the top hundred most harmful invasive species in the world it strips and eats bark damaging and sometimes killing young trees which can prevent the production of high quality timber grey. Squirrels are also accused of preying on birds nests. Although scientific evidence of grey's causing declines in bird species is so far scant most emotively. They appear to be consigning. The red squirrel to oblivion in eighteen seventy six victorian landowners shipped the first grey squirrels from north america and released them into english park. Land as amusing ornaments alongside peacocks muntjac deer and other exotic status symbols from distant lands when squirrels spread that i people welcomed this sociable easily tamed animal as the nineteen twelve manchester guardians country diary. Put it in nineteen sixteen another country. Dari approvingly noted. It appears to be more ready to make friends than our british squirrel. But possibly it has not the same hereditary recollection of stone-throwing boys as the stone-throwing boys suggest the native red has not always been adored in the early nineteenth century. Twenty thousand red squirrels were sold to london. Meat markets each year later. Reds were widely culled by foresters because they to strip bark in new conifer plantations in nineteen ninety-three the the red squirrel was immortalized by. Beatrix potter's plucky. Squirrel nut kin a defiant representative of the working class. According to one critics interpretation the highland squirrel club was formed to protect timber plantations from damage club members. Slaughtered eighty-five thousand reds over the next three decades where reds were driven to extinction landowners and conservationists shipped in new individuals from scandinavia in the nineteen twenties. People notice that gray's were increasing that the expense of reds in nineteen thirty two. It was made illegal to release a gray squirrel in britain. It still is if you inadvertently trap gray squirrel in your garden shed. You're breaking the law when you free it. The first of many campaigns to eradicate the gray was launched in the nineteen thirties and the ministry of agriculture issued free shotgun cartridges to squirrel shooters for many years in the nineteen seventies. Greys were poisoned by the forestry commission with warfare commonly used to kill rats for the last eight years prince charles as patron of the red squirrel. Survival trust has promoted campaigns to exterminate the grays. He grew up enjoying the reds on his mother's sandri mistake in norfolk and still feeds them at balmoral. In scotland my great ambition is to have one in the house. He wants said sitting on the breakfast table and on my shoulder. Despite royal intervention all attempts to eradicate the gray on a national level have failed because the many decades the precise reason for the reds decline remained. A mystery ecologists agreed that the larger greys were out competing reds grays were more willing to forage on the ground. Better able to digest acorns and would consume unripe hazelnuts whereas reds had to wait until they were right so greys were beating reds two sources of food. This theory was not wrong but did not explain the often dramatic disappearance of reds after the arrival of gray's for years people had noticed that reds were succumbing to an aggressive viral disease that caused swollen else's to break out on their faces. These lesions prevented the squirrel from feeding and killed it within a week. Grey's were untroubled by this virus. Scientists finally uncovered the full story in the early nineteen nineties when new blood testing technology revealed the role of grey's as a carrier of squirrel pox. The test found that sixty seventy percent of grey's carried the infection but did not succumb to it. No british gray has ever been found dead from the virus but every red squirrel that has ever contracted it has died. It is a patent repeated around the world. when non native animals introduced new diseases too. Naive populations grays are well adapted to squirrel pox say scientists because the squirrel. The virus evolved together for centuries in north america. One study has found squirrel pox. Antibodies in america's graze the sign that they have had the infection but afforded off in britain the disease decisively shifts the balance of power from defenseless read to resistant gray. Scientific modeling predicts that where the virus is present. Grays replace reds up to twenty five times faster than where it is not present professor. Julian chantrey the veterinary pathologist at the university of liverpool has studied an isolated red squirrel population at formby on merseyside which has been hit by squirrel. Pox brought in by arriving grays. He believes that the reds extinction is inevitable. If gray's not kept away we've seen it happen across southern britain where the habitat hasn't been kept gray free. Invading grays will spread the virus to any recovering read population in it will crash again. The population gets to a lower and lower level and then they'll wiped out two decades ago. It was predicted that reds would be extinct in cumbria by now but they are not red. Squirrels may be defenseless against squirrel pox. But their cuteness has given them a staunch ally humans. I don't think there would be any. Squirrels left around cumbria. If it wasn't for julie. Bailey said andrew hodgkinson a softly spoken. Ernest conservationist to his worked in. The county is red. Squirrel ranger monitoring reds and killing grays. For two years bailey began volunteering for penn. Ridden district red squirrel group after her accident because her back pain caused it to be awake for much of the night she worked all hours and soon became administrator treasurer and trustee. she also supported some of the several dozen local squirrel groups across northern england. If the accident hadn't happened said bailey. She wouldn't be making the difference. I think i making the red squirrels so some good has come out of it. Risk rural conservation attracts lots of grassroots groups. Such as bela's that support a confusing array of national campaigns as i learned that the red squirrels united knowledge fair which was held in an upmarket. Belfast hotel in march red squirrels. United is a three projects supported by groups including prince charles's red squirrel. Survival trust the european squirrel initiative and the uk squirrel accord the latter is a mix of government agencies and charities that is developing an oral contraceptive for grey squirrels beside a banner declaring. I'm not about reds a series of scientists and conservation escape powerpoint presentations to describe their plans to halt the march of the grays featuring military style maps of marching gray dots and punctuated with battle metaphors. Defending red strong halts. The audience was comprised of passionate volunteers gentle fleece wearing charity workers and tweedy representatives of big landowners who hates the grey squirrel because of the damage it does to their valuable plantations. It's absolutely wonderful to come here. And talk about controlling grays announced andrew kendall of the european squirrel initiative which is funded by landowners and lobbies the eu. Fifteen years ago it was virtually tabu. I learned about growing propaganda efforts on behalf of the red squirrel. ulster wildlife. trust is developing a new children's book called the greedy gray and discovered innovative dispatch devices such as a new trap that automatically kills the grey squirrel caught inside. Conventional tramps catch the grey squirrel alive and rely on someone than either shooting or hitting over the head. Opponents described this as bludgeoning them to death but the wildlife trusts prefer to call it cranial dispatch. the approved. Legal method is one firm tap on the head with a stick nationally conservation charities such as the wildlife trusts and the national trust accord about their role in controlling grays. They lose members when they speak in support of killing the non native squirrel but in areas where there is still reds. Such charities often facilitate cutting once. Red squirrel conservationists have the support of landowners. The key according to judy bailey is boots on the ground. Both volunteers and professionals willing to devote their days to killing grays private landowners are often reluctant to allow conservation volunteers onto their land especially if they are willing traps or shotguns. They prefer professionals. So bailey's penrith rhythm district. Red squirrel group must raise one hundred thousand pounds each year for three full time and two part time. Squirrel ranges with struggling. If we're honest she said we don't get a penny from the government. Where voluntarily led and self funded but beattie's group covers a quarter of cumbria and she has gathered some impressive data in twenty fourteen. Her group recorded two thousand seven hundred and two sightings of reds and killed two thousand two hundred twenty four grays in two thousand sixteen that with three thousand three hundred and six red sightings and one thousand eight hundred six gray kills. Few gray kills indicate that the colors a winning new technology is helping last year. Sixty nine percent of the grays killed in penrith was shot. The rest were trapped. Shooting grace has been revolutionized by thermal imaging cameras these expensive devices which reveal the warm bodies of live animals in dense woodland. Make it much quicker for shooters to locate graze in january this year. Seventy four of one hundred forty three gray kills by the penrith ranges were assisted by these cameras personally. Bailey prefers shooting trapping. I don't do cranial dispatch. it's just too close for me. She said not the shooting is easy. It's bloody awful. Because i shoot grey. Squirrels people's income a heartless murdering cow. It hurts to kill something. But if i want to keep my red squirrels i want to do it when i look at a gray. I see a rodent. When i look at a red. I don't even though they are the same thing. It's the cuteness factor the tuft on the ears and the native non native gets me every time they should be here and the graze. Shouldn't i've got no problem with in north america. I certainly wouldn't support calling them in their country but here. We can't have both living side-by-side we've got to make a choice and undo what the victorians did the guardian the guardian during my two days with bailey in the red squirrel territory of cumbria. I asked every person. I encountered about squirrels and could not find a single supporter of the grays down south. Where the only wild squirrel anyone under fifty remembers is the gray. There is much more hostility to the idea of killing them. The haven't been red squirrels around the tunbridge. Kent headquarters of animal aid since the nineteen sixties. Here i met john bryant a courtly whitehead man who was a pioneer of humane pest control. He's a consultant for the charity. Which has been drumming up opposition to the gray cul and fears this hostility to a non native. Animal is a product to xenophobic times. Brian silliest memories of trying to get a closer look at crow on the council estate where he was born if flew away quite rightly because my species is an enemy of that bird he became a helicopter. Engineer played football for yeovil town and joined the rspca to oppose fox-hunting he learned about slaughterhouses and vivisection labs later ran an animal sanctuary. He became vegan. But doesn't want to be holier than thou because so many things that vegans depend upon from cardboard boxes to roads contain animal products bryant experiences a humane pest controller has taught him the futility of killing species to control the numbers kill warner and fox and another one quickly takes over the territory. Rat poison is a food which attracts more rats. Rather than trapping grey squirrels bryant removes them by putting a cat scented cloth in their drey. The mother will then take the babies somewhere else. The new drive to cull grays is backwards said bryant. It's just kill them. The same old thing. It won't work. Bryant remembers the nineteen fifties coal when the police paid children schilling the gray tales. He heard a story that after depositing tale kids with around the back of the station and the officer would sell it back to them for six. P. that's what human beings do. There's a little racket we can get into. Bryant identifies many hypocrisies in killing graze. The red is globally endangered. It's common across northern europe and siberia and argues that the native invasive distinction is nonsensical when so many reds were reintroduced from scandinavia for brian. The worst aspect is volunteers. Being taught to kill the grays by hitting them. Clearly that's a horrific way to die. He said most animals we hunter also sped during their breeding season. But greys like rats can be killed all year round and so lactating females will die leaving babies to starve to death. Bryant is unmoved by the scientific consensus that the red squirrel will become extinct in britain. If we don't control the grays. I don't think that is the case but say what it's a squirrel bryant replied. Does it matter what color it is. They are the same thing the damage they do which is very little compared with the damage we do is strip bark and take eggs. That's what squirrels do. Whatever color there it's just this invasive species label where what i call bio-diversity geek say it's all got to be native. I don't go along with it. Bryant sites to environmentalists who argue against the prevailing view that we should kill the grey to save the red stephen harris professor of environmental sciences at bristol university now retired roach ten years ago that we should accept that the grey squirrel is here to stay and the best place for the reds was small islands. More recently the environmental journalist. Fred pearce has argued that ecosystems are always changing and invasive species should be celebrated the vast majority of britons flora and fauna arrived in the last ten thousand years. Nothing is native. everything is visiting the pierce. The alleged damage caused by most invasive species. Such as japanese knotweed is overstated by grant seeking bureaucrats and sensationalizing media. The government claims knotweed costs the british economy. One hundred and seventy million pounds a year but pierce calculated as follows. The environmental agency calls it. Indisputably the uk's most aggressive destructive and invasive plant but only spends two million pounds each year on not weed eradication pierce also notes that in two thousand and nine the racist bnp branded the north american signal crayfish. The mike tyson of crayfish. A diseased psychotic evil illegal immigrant colonist that totally devastates the indigenous environment. I also bryant why he thinks wildlife lovers and scientists are killing grace girls. It's this immigration thing. It looks as if the whole of europe is turning into a barricaded society. We don't mind people as long as they are our people. We don't like these foreign squirrels coming in and taking over its intolerance and it's illogical opponents of culling. Grace girls believe there must be a way to save the red without killing graze. There are three technological solutions but it is unlikely any of them will work quickly or thoroughly enough to deter volunteers from their efforts at gray squirrel eradication. one is a vaccine to save reds from squirrel pox. Dr colin mckenna scientist the more done research institute institute in scotland. Developed a prototype vaccine. It gave us hope that we were on the right lines but unfortunately we have no funding at the moment became his told me vaccine. Research is not cheap. If granted further funding scientists must develop a method of delivery. Such as an oral bait and trial and licensed the vaccine mckenna's doubts that vaccine would ever be cheap enough to save reds across the land. We always envisioned that. The vaccine would probably be used to protect specific vulnerable. Red populations that we could trap and inoculate he said another option is a contraceptive for grays which the government is currently funding but a workable formula is at least a decade away a contraceptive could never eradicate gray populations nor could it be used in territory shared by read some grays such as cumbria for fear of accidentally sterilizing the reds. There's more excitement about a third fix a biological control. The pine marten is a predatory member of the weasel family which is also a native species research by emma she. An island has linked to surprising gray squirrel population crash. To the pine martens resurgence colleges think the pine mountain may create a landscape of fear for the grays. They also believe that because the reds which evolved alongside the martin for centuries way less than gray's they will be more easily able to escape by running to the ends of tree branches where they cannot be reached to. She is studying the impact of martin's on red and grey squirrels. in scotland. Says there is no guarantee that the impact she observed in ireland will be replicated there as the pine marten has more alternative prey to the grey squirrel such as field voles so she believes that suggesting that pine martens could solve. Britain's squirrel is overstating the case i do she said pine marten certainly could potentially be a tool in red squirrel conservation but research is still underway. It's also true that most owners of shooting estates won't tolerate the pine marten devouring pheasant chicks and eggs in their woods. Some animal activists also argue that we should leave the grays alone because overtime red squirrels will develop immunity to squirrel pox citing the example of myxomatosis which was deliberately introduced in the nineteen fifties to reduce britain's rabbit population. This disease killed more nine thousand nine percent of rabbits but over the past fifty years. The population has bounced back if a virus wipes out. It's host it radically cuts itself so over time. A virus must become less virulent to survive the host. The rabbit also develops immunity survivors. Pass it to their offspring but squirrel pox as professor julian. Chantrey explained to me is different. The virus already has a perfect host the gray and so there is no evolutionary imperative for it to become less deadly to reds the reds will acquire some immunity. But it's going to take a long time with successive epidemics drive in the aleutian of red resistance. He said i wanted to see for myself whether cranial dispatch killing gray squirrel by hitting it on the head was cruel. So i drove to north wales to spend a day with craig shuttle with an ecologist responsible for the colors greatest achievement an eighteen year effort to clear the island of anglesey of grey squirrels which was completed in two thousand fifteen since. Then it's red population has rebounded from near extinction to seven hundred. We met at seven. Am and headed out in shuttleworth's battered blue landrover with mismatched. Red driver's door in the back was a large translucent. Plastic sack filled with yellow maize and black sunflower seeds and a sixty centimetre long square etched stick shuttle with his toll independent thinker who had resisted the professorships of a conventional academic career. Scientists are a bit like an under ten's football team. He said they're all around the ball. The clever kate is waiting on the wing for that ball to pop out. He is now working to clear graze from a small corner of north west wales. He and two other contractors were funded by red squirrels. United but shuttleworth was a little insulted by the fact that the project claims that killing grey squirrels is a last resort on the wildlife trusts website to shuttle with. It's the only option. It's not a last resort. We have no choice so it's kill them. Kill them kill them. Shuttleworth takes the lives of around a thousand grays every year and prefers cranial dispatch to shooting. Scientists in the southern hemisphere said you pissing in the wind. You're trapping which is hugely labor intensive while e- using poison but we're not dealing with a rat eradication on a remote island we're dealing with a place where sixty million people live with that pets fast moving but then like a postman on his rounds shuttle with checked his traps by jumping over slate walls and weaving through overgrown cemeteries rubbish strewn parkland and beautiful mossy oak woodlands. Each trap was a small wire cage containing maze and some facets when a squirrel stepped onto a metal plate inside the door closed each had a plastic sheet roof to prevent the animal catching a chill while held inside by midday. we checked several dozen traps. Each one was empty shuttled with remained. Calm he was phlegmatic about his human opponents. As well as a scientist the message i give has to be honest and therefore it's complicated. Animal rights groups message is simple. They say you're lying. It's bloodlust it's cruel. You smash them on the heads. You like the nazis. There is all this nonsense anna. Belaid fears that. Psychopaths will volunteer to kill squirrels and believes that amateur. Red squirrel conservationists should be vetted like people worked with children shuttle with fine such fears overblown. Volunteers work in pairs. He told me we know where they are and what they're doing. Can we be sure someone doesn't take knitting needle and push it through the squirrel in the sack one hundred times. I can't be sure. But it's very unlikely. Why would they bother becoming volunteer a local group when you can go to a diy store by a trap and legally trappers many grey squirrels as you want opponents worry that killing grays is not just inhumane but tinged with xenophobia. The late philip poorly an american historian of biology believed there was an alignment between legislation to curb invasive species in the us and the imposition of controls on human immigrants. California introduced a plant quarantine law in eighteen. Eighty one a year later came the chinese exclusion act which barred chinese immigrant laborers to the us over the last two. Decades arising concern for the future of native species in the developed world has coincided with growing nationalist feeling and hostility towards migrants invasion. Biologists have pointed out that xenophobia towards migrants within the single species of homo sapiens is not comparable to taking action against invasive species that threaten entire species with extinction but these academics are increasingly careful with the language instead of banding about terms such as alien invaders. Biologists now prefer phrases such as the 'macdonaldisation of ecosystems to describe the damage caused by some non native species in effect rights. Peter coates a professor of environmental history at bristol university. They are championing kind of tasty local diversity rather like those campaigning for regionally specific cheeses or varieties of apple against the bland. Produce of globalized agribusiness shuttled with used a similar analogy. If we don't control invasive non native species he said we will end up with a homogenized world where it's all seagulls magpies. Crows bracken rhododendron and grey squirrels a bit like high streets. They are all the same animal rights campaigners attempts to paint invasive species in a more positive. Light co ops the widely accepted view among ecologist today but there is no balance of nature and ecosystems and never stable but shuttleworth argues that it is wrong to infer that we should therefore learn to love destructive invasive species in fact he said they prevent dynamism in human dominated landscapes for instance as climate change threatens the survival of some native flora. British foresters will need to bring in new tree species that are better suited to future climate. But we can't bring more drought resistant. European hardwoods into britain. Because we don't know if they can survive the bark stripping of grey squirrels finally after crashing through a scruffy cops near bangor shuttle with and i found the grey squirrel in a trap. It dashed from end to end as we approached shuttle with drew out his stick kneel down and took perhaps ten seconds to shift the squirrel from cage to clear plastic bag and other three seconds and he had rolled up the plastic pinning the animal on its side against the earth. It's shiny black. I briefly examined his through the bag. Wack wack wack three hits. He pulled the squirrel from the bank. There was a spasm in its long rear legs but the squirrel was dead. He touched. It's i know i reflex. He said why did he hit it more than once. We don't want squirrels coming back to life. We don't want uncertainty. He said he was confident. Every squirrel he killed was dead after the first blow his hardest kill was at the beginning of his first eradication project. A young squirrel showed no fear when caught in the trap turning. Its back on him. To hide the food it was eating with shuttleworth's dreams haunted by those dead grey squirrels who quite the contrary they become more and more anonymous and that's hard for me to accept. He said one of the things. I'm acutely aware of his becoming desensitized. How has that changed my relationship with other animals. It hasn't i don't have any urge to kill anything else. We reached an area where shuttled was only began trapping three days ago and suddenly found squirrels in five more traps. The second was a female after killing her shuttle with gently squeezed milk from teat. She's got young so the young and now waiting could shuttleworth locate the squirrels dray and put its babies out of their misery. How do you find the dray. If you hit an animal on the road you should get out see. If it's lactating and find the nest it goes on and on culling grey squirrels in perpetuity to save the reds is a hard sell as shuttle with amd julie. Bailey both admit. I suppose this is a bit late. Nuclear waste said shuttleworth. We've got to manage. How long forever is on anglesey. He had demonstrated that culling. Work and red squirrels will then recover in a gray free stronghold but he fears that his current project to remove grades from north west. Wales went succeed by the end of its three if funding still he said it could be successful. In the longer term and red squirrels united's e you funders are interested in whether this eradication project can be transferred to other problematic non native mammals for animal lovers horrified by the potential expansion of coles of non native species shuttle with mounted a more philosophical justification. On anglesey he argued a comprehensive cul ultimately saved more lives than it took. The six thousand grays cold will be surpassed by the number of reds born in years to come five weeks after visiting. Julie bailey. I phoned for an update. She'd had a slight fall and had been in and out of hospital. But it still managed to shoot five. Grays one of her ranges was a bit down because they had been another outbreak of squirrel pox and the dying red had to be shot. Did she ever lose energy for this. Apparently eternal struggle never ever ever. She said we don't lose any faith in it. We know that if we didn't do what we're doing we wouldn't have any red squirrels. It's as simple as that for more guardian long. Rene's in taxed and a selection in order go to the guardian dot com for slash long. Read or find us on soundcloud at soundcloud ford slash. The guardian long read for more great podcasts. From the guardian. Just go to the guardian dot com slash. 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