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Putin, Biden plan high-stakes phone call amid Ukraine crisis
"As tensions mount between Russia and the west Ukraine is urging its citizens to remain calm as a possible Russian invasion of his eminence Ukrainian law enforcement officers carry out drills near Crimea as president Clinton is the Lenski said patiently D. cranium president trying to project calm as he told reporters that it is not clear Fussell invade or not the best friend for enemies that is Benny in our country and all this information details only Phulbani doesn't help us meanwhile in Ukraine's capital Kiev April one thousand protesters gathered to show their support for the authorities if they face a buildup of Russian troops on their borders while western countries a warning an invasion could happen at any time he Canadians like UTSA at Sunbelt concerns not afraid K. worried did it wouldn't stop like the week it's it's already been going for eighteen years so nothing new for us Karen Thomas
Coroner IDs remains, says Gabby Petito was homicide victim
"An autopsy concluded that twenty two year old Gabby potato was killed by another person and her remains have been officially identified the findings come from the coroner in Teton county Wyoming where Gabby potatoes remains were found Sunday while the death is termed a homicide the cause is not yet released more than halfway across the country in a swampy area of north port Florida police continue searching for fellow traveler boyfriend Brian laundry trains very difficult essentially seventy five percent of its underwater police commander Joe Fussell says numerous agencies are assisting ATVs you TV's we have multiple drone operators investigators removed potential evidence from laundries parents home this week potatoes parents think laundries family members have been covering for him I'm Jackie Quinn
"fussell" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five I am yet again going to just go off the rails what i was going to talk about. 'cause i've been reading this piece making my way through a piece by david brooks in the atlantic david brooks. He's an intriguing guy. He really is And he's written a lot over the years academically about relations the people he wrote a book of bo bo's in paradise And the bo bo's just so you understand the bose. is an actual term of art. That he deployed. Let me get you to the paragraph here in. Nineteen eighty-three a literary history. This is in the atlantic. I should not ninety-three alliterate. Historian named paul fussell wrote a book called class. A guide through the american status system. Most of the book is a caustic and extravagantly snobby tour through the class markers prevalent at the time after ridiculing every other class fussell described what he calls ex people. These were people just like him highly educated curious ironic wittily county counter. cultural ex. People tend to under dress for social occasions puzzle. Wrote they know the best wine stores and delis. They have risen above the muck of mainstream culture to a higher hip or sensibility. The chapter about x. people was insufferably self regarding but fussell was onto something every once in a while. In times of transformation a revolutionary class comes along and disrupt sold structures introducing new values opens up economic and cultural chasms in the nineteenth century was the bourgeoisie..
Reflections on G7 Activism and Beyond With Sophie Miller
"What are your highlights of the actions around the g seven. Thank you mander. It's lovely to see you again on the other side of the seven. It was certainly incredibly busy tied really very full on pasta. A bit of a blair actually seem to remember the day that i had making my may tells was with my dale which was said that was quite relaxing. Actually with a group of people making many tales the mandate action. I was really pleased with it. It went really well. It was quite a challenging action to do. I had to get up plus one in the morning. I'm not even sure if that counts as the middle of the night definitely doesn't yeah goodness. Why did you have to get help us. Well well i felt very important that we were on the beach for sunrise In terms of the visual image photographers the lights at that time of day is really really beautiful but who say it felt very important that we would there to mock the moment of the first day of the g seven so we had. It just had to happen at that point and because we were wearing makeup ever are to size and backs and faces the whole uppercuts Basically it takes quite a long time to apply makeup olathe. Yeah wake off her. fussell Started putting makeup on. I think could around two. Am to be on the beach by four.
"fussell" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"For me has been the best way to consistently fall asleep quickly and stay asleep most if not the entire night which for me is about seven eight hours and of course. I'm not a physician. i'm a scientist. Everyone needs to figure out what's right for them but many many people who i've recommended this to have told me that in combination with the morning light viewing that their sleep has been completely transformed. They thought they were so called insomniacs. But they actually. We're just having a hard time turning off their thoughts and probably their cortisol was drifting too late in the day to that cortisol point this is fascinating and i. I just find it. Endlessly interesting. that different forms of magnesium can be so target specific with respect to different tissues in the body so so fascinating with respect to cortisol and needless to say. I have used fussell starring before sleep.
"fussell" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Probably have stuck with me. The most not surprisingly have been Notaire leaders even though you know. I'm not this so to beat your chest. You've got to be in the military sort of person. I really enjoyed my experiences there. I got a lot out of that. Chapter of my life but So i i can connect with a military biography. I think what's special about military Biographies honestly is that. They are the more senior folks. Their lives are so recorded so the biographies can be incredibly precise. You know think of relative to their time what we knew about You know a a grant or an eisenhower or so. Fill in the blank now. We're all like digitally fingerprinted and we know where you were every minute of every day And so that's much more common if you wanted to take the effort and go back and kind of figure stuff out about somebody but what unique about an eisenhower has just given the intensity and positions. He was in for so many years from being a you know a senior ish officer serving under macarthur all the way to running the european theater to being president their unique to his times and his peer-group we sort of have a a really accurate record of where he was day by day. If not minute by minute at some points so you can write these incredibly rich rich and context biographies and so average really enjoyed those and one of the things sustain macron. I've been teaching a a a leadership seminar together for years Outside of our consulting practice and one of the points we always make to. Our students is don't when you think of when you read the biography or you think of the great person in history. Don't remember him or her like the statue right. The reason you read about agassi in my opinion is to try to put yourself into their head space. These are real people. Try to it. Which is why it's important. If you want to really understand leader you have to read left and right. You have to read outside of that single biography about the times. The history was what we're living conditions like. What was the economy like the things that a bogner for might might not necessarily have the space the dive deeply into so that you can put yourself in their shoes and try to think through the lens of this was a normal ish person right and every day back to our discussion. They were making decisions about what they were going to do. They wanted to be how they're going to treat their family and friends etcetera and what we always encourage the takeaway. There should be anyone around. This table. could be the next eisenhower. The next lincoln. There's nothing saying that won't happen. So don't think that because there's a statue of lincoln that on the night he was killed. He thought of himself as that leader. You know and i love that using an example because he really put yourself in president. Lincoln's position imagine that moment the night he was killed. So you know. They decide to go down to the theater. The country's in complete disarray. It's unknown whether a will really come back together. He has the lives of thousands of people resting on his soul. His wife has gone through major ballots mental illness. He's lost a child and then he gets shot right. Do you think he thought of himself as this heroic figure with a massive statue at the center of our nation's capital on that night probably not. He was probably exhausted and thinking..
"fussell" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Know x number of schools that we consistently recruit from and We've been really lucky to get will open up You know eight to ten intern spots a year. We'll get you know. Several hundred applications will boil them down to one hundred phone interviews. It will do to super days of twenty five twenty each and then we boil down to our final set of ten interns and then will usually make six officers offers on the back side of that. So it's a relative to our size We take that really seriously. And we we we That's probably our most mature and successful assessment Will i personally think having interviewed in in in the military having interviewed in the corporate has interviews. Just a really hard thing right. Anybody can be with the right. Background can be the perfect person for an hour They're they're important to to do obviously But i'm a huge believer that a An internship like that where you could see people through multiple lenses you get. They interact with multiple different teammates. That's the best way you're going to get an assessment of someone so we certainly over invest in of model. You mentioned how hard the interview can be. This was about five years ago. But you have one of my all time favorite interview questions so i would love to. Just get your your update. Take on this if you still use this and so you start by saying we're a small community and you and i haven't worked together but i know a lot of your peers and we're going to follow up with people that you like that like you and don't like you after this. What will the people that don't hold you in the highest regard. What will they say about you. Do you still use that. And if so. I i would love for us to break down what you usually get out asking a question like that. Yeah it's interesting i use that. That was a great question in when you were selecting into different units in the military because it was so small everybody knows each other Or you're one step away from from anyone so if you sat down to to interview you're gonna sound brilliant. You're gonna do great on your all your testing and then somebody says i sean. You know we've never worked together. But i know ten people to work with you to of are going to have something negative to say because none of us are perfect. What what are they going say. And it's just a. It was always a great way for them to self reflect. Worst answer was They're going to work too hard or whatever you know. Some silly can thank the best answers. Were like yeah. I i had a bad month on deployment last time. And here's why or you know. Some real run honest honest moment. I've found that in my current world using that in sort of mentor. Discussions and relationships is is a much more effective tool. i think. sometimes that's a bit of a. it's hard to get past a canned nut. Can but you know. Sort of the towards a rehearsed. Answer if you use that for for younger someone you know junior colleges interviewing for an internship or something like that That sort of a meta level question. I think that's it can be hard that age would been for me for sure but We do a lot of we take mentoring very seriously in our in our firm and so i love going down that road with Folks in our organization. And i i like to ask them that about knee like. Here's what i think people would say about me right now as on on the negative side So i think it's a great. It's a great tool for that. That toolkit I actually now love the question. Because you know like i said we..
"fussell" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Network connectivity so these two teams are disconnected and they also have low level of trust for each other now. You have a rural problem right so we spend our further six or eight weeks there and then based on those findings will go back to leaders in in a the organization and say okay. Here's where we can apply some Some implementation thinking around communication structures decision making authorities pushing them further to the edge though we can create this network model. And here's were are mcchrystal academy folks can come in and help you Think through the behavior change. That's necessary to support a a faster moving more transparent And honest trust based model right so we find in large organizations. You can blend those three together. Seamlessly and in some small organizations will just will take one piece of that puzzle and do some focus work and maybe come back later and do another something from one of the other verticals i. I love just the amount of insights in research. You guys have a especially in the book. So i wanna make sure people are able to pick that up so we don't dive too deep into that but but i'm wondering about in this kind of ties back to pattern recognition a bit would you think general mcchrystal saul new. And why did he select you for that position. Probably because i was willing to do the job I don't think it was Anything special. I mean i say because i'm just i was you know amongst a pool of incredibly talented people and like most people in an organization like that. You're you're always pretty sure you're in the bottom core tile which is the mark of a of an intense and competitive space and i think is a good thing That said we've talked about it over the years. And i think one thing that he appreciated at least was i i. I did have a real intellectual curiosity about About how he was he and his leaders were making things making the organization so effective fright. So when i had to sit down interview with him and some of his current staff for the position and he asked Why would you want to do a job like and you know. The honest answer was like most people from units like i came from..
"fussell" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Are there any self train skills where you don't have to actually be jumping out of the twenty five thousand foot drop there just to be able to train remaining calm during these chaotic type scenarios Yeah i'm a. I'm a believer in. Visualization breathing practices those sorts of things. Learn how to calm.
"fussell" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Would you do every single day then to get better in almost at knowledge in the learning process. It's personal lebron james might be pushing the boundaries. I'm a huge believer in in the disipline of a routine and You know it's something. I wish i wish i were better at. I think i'm pretty decent. I focus on a lot of of good days and bad days. More good than bad. but it's It's critical and you. You meet plenty of people that are really driven Successful and they to this point. They all have their things that they do. And i think it's just a pretty common trait some learn. Just some some in our dna. But i'm a. I'm a big believer in The what. I like to refer to as your personal cocktail like. What are the things that go into your drink but you make it work right. And everybody has the little bit of different flavor to it and so what. I'm working with leaders. That's the first thing. I'll ask him like what forget about mine. What's your cocktail like. What are you like to put in the mix So i know for me. it's Having served in the military in some pretty interesting places under physical mental pressure over extended periods. You start to really understand yourself. So i know how much sleep i need to be Productive some of oak needlessly..
"fussell" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"With the lady. Got to there with sean delaney. What got to. Dan was lady. What having that sort of focused and disciplined culture when that draws in the right types of people then the real cornerstone to success is and i tell people this all all the time about seal teams like you feel everyday getting out of bed. I better show up to work pushing hard. I'm going to try to win our workout in the morning. I'm going to be the best at the rain when we go out there to shoot. I i'm going to be five minutes early forever. Because i know if i don't someone else will and they're gonna look at me and think. Hey do you really want to be on this team. And when you have that level of positive intensity from everyone you become far more than the sum of your parts which is the ultimate magic two great team. Sean talks with chris. Fussell who spent fifteen years on. Us navy seal teams and as a partner at the mcchrystal group leadership institute. He is the author of one mission. How leaders build a team of teams and co author of the new york times bestseller team of teams. Chris also served as aide de camp to lieutenant general stanley mcchrystal during a mcchrystal's final year. Commanding a joint special operations task force fighting al qaeda around the globe since leaving active duty in two thousand twelve fussell has also served as a senior fellow for the national security at new america sits on the board of directors for the navy seal foundation is a.
"fussell" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"And welcome Fussell. Cats come aboard the. Train. Please make sure to keep your lips and experimental instruments inside the train at all times and now I want to show PODCAST BY BLIZZARD FAN gnome about world of warcraft and Geeky stuff I promise you. They do talk about the world of warcraft they just go off the rails sometimes. Fun. To stay on the rail, the time funds sometimes go off the rails and just have a fun time and tonight I'm frazzled and we're GONNA. have an awesome time because I am joined by clinker part of the GOBLIN. And dispatch. Listen. So, this was this is our e three episode but.
"fussell" Discussed on Marketing Spark
"Ten of your customers thirty minute interviews. It takes them days to come up with names and in usually because they haven't spoken to a customer besides the sales process once they do sales or unless there's like a customer service issue. They're not. They don't have customers on speed dial. They don't have customers. They're like Oh. Yeah. I was talking to Joe last week is always like Yeah. Let me get back to you on that because they don't. They simply don't have those relationships in place and my is you know if you WANNA stand out in the marketplace just talked to your customers like I think we should be talking to them not just as. Marketers, but as company owners as founders, CEOS talking to our customers on a consistent basis because they change nonstop, the things that influence them change nonstop and usually we don't change until they've walked out the door and that's usually what gets attention companies that are saying suddenly we want to be customer focused. They're saying customer focused because customers walking out the door and going somewhere else I find that incredible that it's almost like companies take. Customers for granted, we spent so much time trying to catch their attention, nurture them, educate them, close the deal. Once they come into the fold it's almost like, okay you're done. We don't have to pay attention to anymore because our product is going to be enough to satisfy you whereas when I do market engagements and I and I go through the same exercise as you and say I, need to talk to your customers what customers tell me. Is always surprising to the CEO. I never I'm never. Amazed when the seagulls they really said that I mean in the fact that they don't know this information is troubling is is disappointing. It relieve reflects on how they do business. One of the other things I wanted to talk to you about is like a lot of people use you've been through an interesting career Trans Transition. Recently, I mean I lost my job the end of April as a fulltime marketer with the SAS company you've gone through a similar experience a couple of things I want to ask you about just in terms of your own transition to. Where you were before and where you're at now, the rise of fractional CMO's like like ourselves like I think there's going to be a lot of really experienced marketers who are GONNA be looking to start their own gigs and I'm curious to get your take on what the benefits are of a fractional CMO. So talk about your story and then talk about about the fractional CMO movement. Yeah I think it's I think it's fascinating I really do think is the future not just with CMO's but I think fractional period probably like yours Kovic was a played a. Big Role in my recent transition about you know it was like I think the end of June that I transitioned out of a fulltime role. As well as you know, do marketing operations with the company, it was covered. Related covert is not as much of a disruptor as it's been an accelerator a lot of what we're seeing in workplace in education these raw things were going to happen they were going to happen. Later covert is accelerating them and it's just accelerating the way we work the way we live the way you know to a new. Level I'm actually really excited about what's coming after all this, but I think the rise of fractional. C Mo is pretty amazing because Sima roles have always been aghast at this earlier is always been the shortest shelf life you have on average about eighteen months is the shelf life for a CMO to company. Because now, you have experienced falling underneath them sales falling in Nathan everyone is kind of a catchall bucket..
"fussell" Discussed on Marketing Spark
"On today's show talking with Jack Fossil who heads up campfire partners, which helps BBC companies drive revenue through brand alignment. Jackson a fractional CMO and a longtime podcast. Welcome to marketing spark Jack Things Mark. Thanks for having me on here. You spend a lot of time on linked in talking about the value of brand and brand dean. And at a time when data metrics and KPI's dominate the landscape, what's your approach to branding and how to companies embrace a differentiated approach to establish a competitor and just a loaded question but but you and I both understand that vow that brand is super important these days. The question cracks me up because it's like saying, Hey, I'm just meeting you for the first time but what's the meaning of life like that's a big question because you know we do live in this space where where metrics matter and we want to measure everything and and I get that because we're dealing with. Dealing with money, we're dealing with resources and those resources we always wanting to make sure they can be. Spent in utilized in the right space. But the problem with that is that business is still at the end of the day unbelievably human and it's not just as simple as put up a sign throwdown some money for ads and watch the world come to you because yeah is easier to play now than ever but it also means everyone is out to play, and now our competition is global in our competition is everywhere and so. You know as this bit really been a double edged sword when it comes to branding and marketing because we can all do more. Now than ever before me you and I are recording this podcast with a lot less investment than it would have taken twenty five years ago for us to open a studio to do the same thing. So suddenly, everyone has access to play but the the back side of that is that now everyone has competition. And so reputation matters more now than ever before because it used to be hey I'm Joe Plummer, find me in the yellow pages and I'm the only guy in your yellow pages, and.
The New Normal with Phoebe Waller-Bridge
"Is an auditor as always thank you so much for coming on first of all. How the hell are you good? I've got into a rhythm I think. Some senior okay. The Sun's out as a sort of calm minnow streets. We shocked by. I are you. Are you an extrovert or introvert? Ike feel you're an extrovert. You get your energy from other people rather than get your energy from alone. Time is yeah an extra energy from other people. They need to learn time but they get their energy from other people. Introverts need society in socializing but they get their energy from being on their own. Who Goes I know she do? You know what I think. I generally think I'm not sure I would say I was next. But I don't feel like an extrovert when I'm being making sense. I remember amy. Schumer went said. She's an introverted extroverts. Because I'm actually really really really loving stopping it in. This was so confusing this whole time. Because there's so much positive that has come out of the absolute tragedy but one of them. I think really is that people have suddenly become so much more aware of one another and this. It's been this big sort of humanizing force and to suddenly be having thought over the last year. I've been traveling so much and been moving so much dislike just go go go and wasn't sure if I how I would feel just suddenly being at home quite absolutely love it. I love the quietude. Such quite huge does now. It's like it's like. It's like quiet with attitude. Yes yes. It's hard Clinton too is quite with attention. I relate to that and again. I'm very aware that you know. This is a global pandemic and people are dying and I don't want to sort of make about my silver linings but human beings are designed or have a vote to see silver linings. That's who we are and we need to find silver linings in order to survive. So it's okay to talk about them. Are you having a ball? Well I think I've got. I am finding exactly what you're finding. I've been rushing around London rushing around the world for so long and I haven't taken the time to stop and regroup because there's always another wonderful thing to do or go to opportunity or something to create an they. Some of these. Things are incredible work. I've been able to do with choose. Lov help refugees or coughing with Amnesty International. I wouldn't take any of it back. But there's always something to fill a hole in your calendar and I think for both you and may have the last few years that's been I think especially true. I'm GONNA say especially. Yeah it's been a wild few years. I think it's just when you have a lack of rhythm soda new life whether it's so mad that you're letting the last year for Fussell Of sporadic and spontaneous instead of it's spontaneous but it's also completely at the mercy of the Hustle and I think when you're hustling and whatever scale every time your life. It's this constant kind of hunt. Constitutive run and when you do stop it's just a sort of water breath talking with family friends and then go again and actually. This is me which people have been saying for a very long time. Which is you have to make time to take stock of it all otherwise very healthy and so. I have tie it now because I find this. I'm finding this not coming over me and I think it's years of tidiness landing now. My Body is allowed to be still. Yeah I completely Completely sort of out for the first week. Maybe it was the second week. Actually when lockdown began and actually just before lockdown began the first instinct was sort of from so many people. What can we do? How can we help? What can we? How can we like mobilize? And then all of that kind of crazy energy that came from all these announcements in the realizations and that sense of falling into this kind of crazy global panic sort of thrown into that so I think the first two weeks and then we'll talk for the first two weeks it was all about the fleabag fund and then actually when that et cetera getting up and running after that I just completely just goes so gross and earl and also are you feeling better now via what's it because it's just you start thinking about my health and competed way way and because it's not only for the responsibility news. Your health is your responsibility to yourself. Because you're sort of like yeah. Obviously we all want to look fabulous all the time and that's the main reason for me. Yes but now we like like if I'm healthy. I'm putting my Momma risk or like other people at risk and it's just been such an amazing like amazing massive wakeup call up after after ourselves and it's not just a kind of selfish exercise book quite literally. Selfish exercise suspecting that I am you. I'm feeding seeing the silver linings and I think the social distancing thing is actually in some ways been good as well because you can't just immediately just go to yourself forbid
"fussell" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"I mean this just. It's so tough for athletes out there. I know it's in scale is smaller shoe but girls in their world just the heartbreak that's called on. I do think about the athletes. Carry Walsh Jennings came on podcast awhile ago and I stayed in touch with her and we sort of become pretty friendly and you know she's just an American treasure greatest volleyball player of all time and was just absolutely bust in her beano Hump to be in the Olympics. I think she's she's forty or she might be forty one forty two. I'm not sure. But she sorta right around there. I think this was going to be her either. Fourth or Fifth Olympics and so I just know I mean. She has been training for this Olympics. Like in a dedicated committed way for the better part of four years since the last Olympics. But certainly like way hard for two years or more and I have a sense of what her life and commitment has been to this. And you know it's looking like the Olympics won't happen. I can't imagine it now but who knows but probably not as so. Yeah you think about all those athletes Particularly those you know Steph curry is going to be just fine right. Lebron James is going to be just fine but whether it's athletes Olympic athletes or fighters who who are not wealthy And if they don't fight they don't eat And many Olympic athletes who of course make very little if if if any money doing it and they do it for mostly Outta love and so yeah all those opportunities. They're all the window. No it's the trickle down on this thing is is. It's going to be deeper wider than we're starting to even get events brown down so my heart goes out to them. Yeah I really appreciate the time absolutely. I love you guys. You're amazing you're incredibly inspiring. I'm so glad to see you and stand out there in the Pablo publishing in New York Times. Doing stuff like this and It's great to connect and You're welcome back anytime. This is your podcast buddy. Anytime you want to come you or stan or anyone else in your world you let me know. Hey I'm GonNa push you that Playbook at I mentioned destroyed. What are website if they can be helpful to anybody. That's all there. Yeah we'll link to that will link to the new article in the times and anything else you want us to link to send me the you are ells. We'll put them in the show notes for this episode. Thanks be say is the legendary Chris Fussell. Thank you so much for joining US Chris to learn more about Chris Stanley McChrystal and the entire McChrystal group. And what they're doing to help.
"fussell" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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Selling Dinosaur Bones On eBay
"You can list all kinds of things on EBay, right? Secondhand books. Vintage clothes couches, but dinosaur fossils. Yup. You can make good money selling fossils online. But that does not sit well with some scientists Cardiff Garcia and Stacey Vanik Smith. They are hosts of NPR's podcast, the indicator from planet money, and they've got the story of one guys attempt to e sell a tab Ranna Storace. Rex here is the specific EBay listing for the T. Rex it. Reads young baby t Rex dinosaur fossil the price two point nine five million dollars. So first question who has a T Rex to sell on EBay? I I'm Alan Dietrich. And I'm a professional dinosaur hunter in the US. If you find a dinosaur on your property you own it. It's yours so Fussell hunters like Alan go to fossil country. I went to where they would find the big p Rex's Garfield county, Montana and carting county, South Dakota. The find the person who owns the property where the dinosaur is Andy says, let me look around your land for dinosaur bones. And if I find one I'll give you a cut, Allen's found a lot of fossils this way, including the baby t Rex binding dinosaur bones and selling them to museums and private buyers is how Allen makes money one of the pioneers of this business is Pete Larson. Larson runs. The black hills institute of geological research in South Dakota. So far, we've collected ten different trying to source. Rex skeletons partial skeletons, and that's kind of a record. I guess okay. Pete is being modest there around forty t Rex skeletons that have ever been discovered and Pete has found ten of them. When Pete started out in the fossil business in the late seventies. It wasn't really a job that people had but that changed in the mid nineties when a couple of things happened. I. That's such a good ROY even Spielberg happened. Yes. Even Spielberg happened addressing progresses. Huge hit. And suddenly everybody was super individuals and wanted to hunt for them a number two one of the T Rex is that Pete Larson found a T Rex named sue fetched more than eight million dollars from a buyer and people thought, whoa. There was real money to be made in dinosaurs. And suddenly Montana and South Dakota. We're just like crawling with fossil prospectors and fossil hunting win from this kind of sleepy shoestring academic pursuit to a pretty hot little business. Allen Dietrich is hoping to get a premium for son of Samson because it's the only known baby t Rex. So I'm looking at it. Now, it's two point nine five million approach to cheap. You probably it's priced to move. And sale. Yeah. Now, the for profit fossil business has caused a lot of controversy among museums and the academic community because some of the people hunting just have no qualifications. So they can end up easily destroying priceless fossils. But Larson says the fossil market has to evolve with the times without these private collectors. Most museums would not be able to get real fossils for exhibit, the EBay place seems to be working Allen dietrick says he's got an offer. Who is it a good offer? Well, I'm gonna use a double entendre with you. Okay. It's a bona fide. Stacey Vanek Smith Garcia NPR news.
Denise, Denisa Wtn And Tabet And Plateau discussed on Nature Podcast
"Gonna be talking about Denisa vans. This mysterious ancient hormone in group. What's been going on? Yes. Since they were discovered a decade ago. Research has been looking for more remains of these Denisovans than so far. They've only found them in this one cave in Siberia. And finally, they found this new jewel bone from Tabet, which seems to be Dunedin ROY walk. Can you tell me about the Denise then sort of in general, but we don't have much about them? They're very mysterious group of kind of extinct hominids, but we know that modern humans in places like Asia. Shania have some Denise of DNA in the genome. And so for a while now research is expected that these Denisa wtn's lived kind of far beyond this one cave in Siberia, where they've found on this point is evidence of that. So this is this is to bed, which is thousands of miles away from the original cave. Yeah. That's right. And you know, people have thought maybe China would be the place to find these other Denisov and Fussell's and out there. Right. But interestingly, it was a very unusual. Okay. Occasion on the Tabet and plateau over three thousand meters above sea level. So that's that's really high for HAMAs group to be living in. How do we know that this is a Denise, Yvonne, and not maybe a Neanderthal that that's one of the most interesting things about the study. So previously people have identified Denisa than remains by looking at ancient DNA that has remained in the Fussell's. This fossil didn't have any researchers couldn't extract DNA from it. So instead they looked to the ancient proteins that were harbored within the fossil. And this is the first time that people have identified and extinct common solely on the. Basis of the proteins remain in the only previous news at we talked about the potential of using proteins to try classified sort of engine hominem species. But it sounds like that it's been done then in this case, and what what sort of proteins with the research is looking at in this case, the researchers were specifically looking at collagen proteins from the teeth of specimen so collagen protein make up the structure of the teeth. But the study suggests that maybe ancient protein analysis could be used for other similar specimens in the future. In other cases, where researchers are unable to extract DNA, maybe they'll still be some protein surviving, and maybe they could use that to place again places specimen into an evolutionary tree like this. And that could be particularly useful for older specimens where there might still be proteins, even though the DNA is degraded or specimens have been uncovered in warmer climates like southeast Asia, for example, because those climates DNA degrades relatively quickly. But again proteins might stand more of a chance of surviving.
"fussell" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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Bones discovered in an island cave may be an early human species
"Up, we have Lizzy Wade. She's back on the show this week to talk about a previously undescribed type of ancient hominids hominids or things like Denisovans, the Android halls, homo Florencia census. These are close cousins of modern humans that have not survived into modern times, except as bones and small bits of DNA integrated into our genomes highly has there. So I'm really excited about more hominids this find is actually based on bones from the Philippines. What exactly was found? And where were they found? They have been excavating in a cave on the island of loosen in the Philippines for a long time. And Luzon is the biggest island in the Philippines, Manila is the caves called KO k-, and they've found quite a few Fussell's from what looks like a very unique kind of human this. Paper is based on some teeth some finger bones and some toe bones mostly they also have one can broken leg bone from. They can tell that it would kinda growing juvenile. So kind of Atta lessened during the years when you grow to your dole size, the bone isn't complete. So they can't tell how how tall this species was right? And that's a really good segue into what can we tell about them from teeth hands feet and part of a leg Mon on the one hand not as much as antecedent lichen on the other hand kind of a lot. First of all the bones were found in layers that have been dated to sixty seven thousand years ago and fifty thousand years ago, so this may or may not overlap with homo sapiens on that island. They don't have any evidence of homeless cave. But this is around win poem Assyrians were were around southeast at this point. So I teased they have like the upper right jaw of one individual, which is pretty cool. So you can see the ratio between different kinds of teeth. You have molars than the somewhat smaller teeth in right before your molars are called pre molars. And so in this species or population, the pre molars are kind of the same sizes, homo sapiens, pre molars, but the molars are like really really small like they're smaller than home Aflou instances, even which is a really small human. That's sort of the that's why they call it the hobbit. It was like three tilts. These molars particularly are even smaller than the hearts molars. And that's like suggestive that this person. Also may have been quite small, although they can't say for sure. Yeah. I was gonna say the teeth may not be the best marker of general size. Right. Yes. So I mean, it would be much better to have like a full leg bone or a full arm-bone that would they a lot more, but he's do generally correlate to body size but suggestive, but not conclusive as usual. Okay. And Hans hands and feet that might tell you something about what they did. Or what they were good at or those kinds of things. Yes. So that handed feet or also really interesting. So they particularly have fingers and toes like pieces of them. The fingers toes were both quite long and curved. That's something that's quite unusual in the homo genus. It's very similar shoe to us show kiss, which is Lucy who's from Ethiopia three miners, or whatever this is sort of been interpreted as kind of a mid point between chimpanzee feet and hands and human feet and hands on. Unexpected to see so much very very unexpected to see fifty thousand years ago like a lot of this past. So that you know, it whereas a lot of questions about who. They're drek ancestors may have been obviously curve toes and fingers are usually interpreted to be really good for climbing trees. So there doesn't seem to be a lot of freshmen that homo loosen. Insys was by people in some way. But it may have also been very good at climbing trees still or whether that that trait survived or about the gun on this island. There's another really weird thing about one of its toes the third toe where it connects to the foot on all other homo species that part is really strong in. It's quite flat. And it's like what gives you a lot of propulsion when you're walking upright. Everyone has this all the homeless habit, and this when doesn't it's really really different. And nobody knows what that might mean. Nobody knows what it might do. Nobody knows why. But. It's very unusual. That's really interesting. So as you mentioned, this is about these are about fifty thousand is sixty seven thousand years ago, homo sapiens, might have been around and homo Florencia ances- which was founded Indonesia, they were also around at the same time. So how do we know that it's not one of those? How do we know this is a different species? Yes. So the fingers toes look somewhat similar to for instance. They also have kind of these curved fingers toes teeth, really look different. So it doesn't seem to be from Francis. And another possibility if you're finding a known human species in southeast Asia would be Denisa vans for whom we have very few fossils as yell, but we do have teeth for the Denise, Vince. And they have really gigantic. Teas though, this seems and this has really small T. So that seems to be pretty obvious that they're not related, and it's very sad that there is no ancient. Dna in this paper. Does that is there likely to be any ancient DNA from phones from his teeth? They tried to extract intraday, and they couldn't they didn't find any this deposit in the cave. I mean, it's in tropicals of these agents are hot, humid, the particular pen of layers in which these bones were in the dirt was like, really wet. And so like this is really terrible situation for DNA preservation. Yeah. So it's possible. They'll find other fossils in this caver elsewhere that will be slightly better conditions or as possible. You know, our introduced techniques will get a lot better, which they are. They are getting better. You know, I wouldn't rule out ever having into DNA from this disease. But it wasn't particularly surprising that they don't have it. Now, how does this fine fit into this trend of finding more kinds of humans than we knew what we're around before? And how does this fit in with the overall understanding of human migration yet that's sort of? Million dollar question. Of course. But you know, one thing that definitely shows is that the human story. This story of our ancestors is so much more complicated than we ever thought even ten or fifteen years ago like the amount of discoveries in the last literally ten years about. Yeah. All the species of ancient humans that we're all kinda living at the same time in the place seen is like truly wild was. So an expected and it just keeps happening over and over again. This will definitely not be the last new human answer tickets discovered or meter news human species, it also shows that something very interesting going on in southeast Asia, which coma flurries census, also obviously suggested and that's not entirely surprising because there are thousands of islands in this region and win animals of all kinds get isolated on islands some very strange things. Start to happen to them. They can get really big they can get really small. That's what seems to have happened with whom Afri census and possibly with homo, loosen. Insys too. Clearly, something is happening on the islands of southeast Asia for interns human of Lucien, and it looks like we're just scratching the surface of all of that.
"fussell" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
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"fussell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Other friends. I look around. Where can I create a defensible space? This is what this is what it means that if you're going to carry a firearm. We're you're willing to take someone's life to protect your life were to protect the life of your spouse or your loved one or girlfriend boyfriend or whoever it is this. These are the kinds of things that you need to train forward to think about. So I know that whenever Timur buys movie tickets. I generally know almost guests every single time. Exactly within one row or two where they'll seat you're going to be. But every time that I sit down. I look is there a place that I can create a defensible space. Is there a place where I can throw tamra to the ground and keep her on the ground out of harm's way. Not because I want to be a hero and not because I want to try to take out the shooter because my first and foremost goal is to save my life and to save her life. So if I can create or find a defensible position and stay in that position and never have to shoot to kill. That's my preferred response. But if the shooter starts moving, and if the shooter starts advancing then you have to start planning of what you do next. Most people. I just I still remain absolutely dumb Fussell by people that I see that have got their heads stuck in their phones or their heads stuck up their ass or whatever they're doing. No situational awareness whatsoever. Think about the guy in the parking lot. I haven't been able to determine 'cause I don't think anything's happened yet. And I'm sure the defense lawyers will raise a defense about the detective being intoxicated. And therefore because he's intoxicated he couldn't exercise proper judgment to swear out a criminal complaint against the shooter fairly fairly good defense. And certainly the defense I would make if I was if I was the defense counsel. The bottom line is this. All of those people that I just described the cops the judges the jurors everybody that surround you when you finally decide that you're going to have to exercise your right of self-defence. Won't always have your best interest in mind. Could be drunk. Mad? They could be upset about the divorce or a financial problem or any number of things. So if I convince you of anything. It's that I do want you to learn how to defend yourself. Whether that's with a nine iron or nine millimeter. I don't care it has to be what you're comfortable with. But whatever you choose to defend yourself. Well. Don't get into a fight that you don't need to get into. But once you get into that fight make sure the risks or worth the stakes and just remember not everybody cares about whether you think you're right or not. And don't talk to the cops without a lawyer the guy in the in the parking lot in Florida. Because he thought he was in the right? When the when the detectives said. You know, we just need to ask you a few questions. So can you come down to the station? Sure. No problem. This guy thought why didn't do anything wrong? I'll talk I'll talk to the detective all night loan. And he did. And now he faces manslaughter charges. To those charges have been avoided had he waited until a lawyer was present. I don't know. But the bottom.
"fussell" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'
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