35 Burst results for "GEO"
Between The Lines
"geo" Discussed on Between The Lines
"Which means that it is a new form of colonialism. We learned is the in transferred and the rights then accrue to a new owner. We've seen that in parts of Zambia and Zimbabwe. These are in our immediate neighborhoods, we've seen it up north in parts of Ethiopia as well. And that is a really concerning problem, but as you know, that it is basically a marriage for life, especially when it comes to sovereign debt because it binds one generation after another. So the elite that is currently in power may get away with it, but surely not take grandchildren. Okay, well let's turn to Russia then. Now you mentioned that South Africa has distanced itself from the west on Ukraine. And you also said that the ANC and Russia or the former Soviet Union at least had that close history. Does that explain why South Africa is unwilling to take sides in the Ukraine conflict? If one listens to the South African foreign policy decision makers, they will tell you that look, we are not against Ukraine. We are simply saying what the international law and legal environment should do, the charter of the UN should be applied to the litter of the law. Now that's a matter of interpretation. So South Africa's position on Ukraine is in the first instinctive reaction, has been that Russia must withdraw. That was February last year. But of course, as the votes in the General Assembly has shown South Africa is maintained a position of abstaining from vote now. That is, of course, the prerogative of any state. But sadly, in this case, abstention has become a synonym for support of Russia, or the estates, either inability or being influenced to not speak out against Russia. So the historical links that South Africa has, especially the liberation movement with the Soviet Union, of course, goes back for many decades. Russia, Russia has been a supporter of the Boer war years in South Africa against England, so it even goes much further back then the immediate 42 60 years, what we see is that our current minister of foreign affairs minister pandor father was the first ANC representative seemed to Moscow to open the door for Soviet support of the African National Congress. So there's that personal connection. That is still, you know, the people that have benefited from it is still alive so to speak. Secondly, of course, the ideological home that the Soviet Union provided. There were arms that Soviet Union provided. The physical provision of shelter several cabinet members passed cabinet members have been trained in Ukraine. What is now Ukraine in new day sub, for example? But it seems like that there is a sometimes a conflation between what the Soviet Union was and what Russia is today. And then I think complicates the issue is that grand idea of what the Soviet Union was still maintained. And also the absolute adoration for the counterpoint to the waste, Putin that is clearly being able to rally support us around him. And clearly, getting people behind him, when he sees that this is a war that the waste made, this is Western European NATO conspiracy that wants to get Russia to its knees.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Crypto's Center of Gravity Is Shifting Away From the U.S.
"All right guys, well today we have an interesting theme. And we're going to spread this out over a couple of pieces, and I think a good way to kick it off is to point to a tweet which really deserves the visual, but it's from Brian quintessence of former CFTC commissioner who's now at andreessen Horowitz, and he shared a chart put together by electric capital that is the percentage of all of the world's crypto developers who are in the U.S.. The proportion of the developers in the U.S. has steadily declined year over year. In 2017, it was around 42% in 2018. It was around 39% in 2019. It was around 36% in 2020, it was around 33% in 2021. It was around 31%, and in 2022, it was around 28%. Now, I don't think there's anything wrong with developers coming from all over the world, and the best way to read this chart or the most hopeful way to read this chart would be that other developers from other places got in the game. However, I think, as you'll see from our topic today, that there might be something else going on, and certainly that was the point that Brian was trying to make. The comment that he added to the chart was this. For Gary gensler, this is what success looks like. The point of course is the U.S. seems to be determined to push crypto offshore, and that is the theme of the conversation today. So we're going to start with a piece by Noel atchison who used to be the head of research at coindesk and genesis trading that's called the future of crypto markets will be driven by developments in the east. Crypto investors need to keep an eye on geopolitical shifts playing out on the regulatory landscape, specifically some upcoming changes in Asia. Noelle writes, as political experts focus on the diplomatic dance and building tensions between the United States and China, punctuated by some balloon shaped comic relief that might end up not being so funny after all, a more benign battle is brewing in the halls of financial regulators. While local for now, nothing stays local for long and global markets. The potential ramifications go well beyond crypto markets, potentially shaping economic influence that. In this changing landscape, is more geo strategically important than ever. Earlier this week, Hong Kong securities and futures commission or SFC published a proposed text of its upcoming crypto regulations, slated to go into effect on June 1st, and opened it up for public comment. Its scope includes the licensing for crypto asset service platforms, which were originally only going to be allowed to service accredited investors. The SFC is now seeking input on whether or not retail investors should also be allowed to participate, and what types of protection should be in place. Also open for discussion as the range of quote unquote approved assets, which in principle would only include a limited selection of the most liquid tokens.
Florida Officials Are Tracking Goyim TV's 'National Day of Hate'
"William TV geo Y I am TV They have been based in California Southern California and these San Francisco area and now they've moved to Florida They moved to Florida because a significant Jewish population now lives in Florida particularly at the southern end of Florida And so they figure what a better place to go And so what's happening is there's all kinds of Nazi graffiti showing up Nazi pamphlets being handed out left on cars Massive amounts And Jews particularly orthodox Jews with their hats and their jackets and their beards and so forth Were being threatened and harassed Publicly And I posted one such example just one on Mark Levin show Twitter getter true social and all the rest of it And I hope you'll take a look at it because this is getting out of control This is why I said last hour I wanted to talk to you my extended family Now governor desantis he has directed the Florida department of law enforcement to push back because tomorrow they've announced that it's a national day of
German Stock Exchange Boerse Stuttgarts Digital Business Gets New Boost
"7 p.m. Friday January 27th, 2023. German stock exchange bore Stuttgart's digital business gets new boost. LTP GT bore Stuttgart, Germany's second largest lotta ref cop finance magnates Doc cultures to kick exchange aquatic class quarters main interim quote it caught 7 65 D.C. one C 8 6 5 D four 9 B 98 four one two 6 two 5 8 D FF three 7 7 target quote Blanco stock exchange tag has. Strengthened its digital business with additional investment from Tokyo based. Financial services firm, SBI group, and digital publisher, axel Springer. Bors announced on Friday that both firms are now completely committed to its digital. Business dot LTP GT LTP GT under its digital business, the German stock exchange offers treating. And crypto custody solutions to institutional clients. It also offers retail crypto trading via the finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency exchange versus stud gartin solar is bank to develop crypto exchange aquatic target quad Blanco real quad follow quad BIS tech app which was that finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency guard Barclays bank la testa institutions to a crypto quote target quad Blanco quote follow caught launched. In 2019 tagged LTP GT LTP GT in a Friday statement, bore Stuttgart, which is the 6th largest exchange group in Europe, disclosed that it intends to organize all its digital activities under a new arm to be called borscht Stuttgart digital, which will be launched in the future dot LTP GT LTP GT speaking in the statement. Doctor Matthias vocal CEO of bourse Stuttgart. Group expressed excitement at the new investment, adding that both axel Springer and little Tahrir dot finance magnates dot com be group what target quad blank what real quad follow Cortes BI group tag shared the company's growth. Ambition LTP GT LTP GT the fact that axel Springer and SBI group are expanding there. Strategic partnership with Bohr Stuttgart group underlines their trust. In the digital business of our group as a regulated player, DR Christian ricken, chairman of the executive committee of Boris Stuttgart. Group further added dot LTP GT LTP GT watch the recent FML S 22 session on retail and institutional trading dot LTP GT LTP GT bore Stuttgart expands BI SON LTP LTP GT meanwhile, axel Springer, and SBI groups expanded investment in boar Stuttgart comes almost two months after the stock exchange increased bisons. Digital asset portfolio to 17 little tariffs that finance magnates that country of cryptocurrency is quote class quarter of skin dairy term. It quacks zero 9-1-1 zero one E 6 C zero two four B three 6 8 8 zero E 7 C 9 7 two D F D 6 target called cryptocurrency asset, with the addition of 7 new. Coins the new cryptocurrencies added were AL geo algorithm, San sandbox. Man a decentral land, Matic polygon and doge. Dogecoin. LTP GT LTP GT in a statement. Doctor early sponsor, who doubles as the chief digital. Officer of Boris Stuttgart group and the CEO of bison, noted that the company. Remains committed to offering its customers the safe, reliable environment to. Trade and store their cryptocurrencies dot LTP LTP T meanwhile, and may last year, flay text degiro, a Germany based online. Securities broker diversified into crypto trading, providing initial access to. Digital asset trading to its customers via bore Stuttgart's bison app. The broker also onboard the services of block knocks, another bore stut darts. Subsidiary to custody its clients digital assets dot LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon Aleppo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
Top Cryptos To Rise In 2023 Check Out Algorand ALGO, OKB OKB And Orbeon Protocol ORBN
"6 a.m. Sunday January 15th, 2023 top cryptos to rise in 2023 check out algorand AL geo. And protocol or BN. The post top cryptos to rise in 2023 check out algorand AL geo. And protocol or BN appeared first on Cohen PDF FinTech news. After the long bear market of 2022, the question on most investors minds is which cryptos are likely to rise in 2023. Judging by the current state of the market, this year will likely see a bull run for some of the new and established projects and some of the cryptos you may need to.
The Dan Bongino Show
Julie Kelly: FBI Increases Reward for Info on 'Mystery Jan. 6 Bomber'
"You know it's really shocking I mean in light of everything happened we had to happen with the multiple Twitter files drops What we now know it's not open for debate anymore That the FBI DHS DNI and other members of the IC intelligence community were actively working through Elvis Chan of the FBI and others to openly coordinate with various social media companies not just Twitter to violate the First Amendment and censor content You'd think the FBI would be doing kind of a retrenching doing a hot wash and saying wow how do we screw this up And how do we get out of the political stuff and move back to shoe leather investigations and rebuilding the American people's confidence This is the way you do it Let's do a clearly clearly partisan investigation into grandma for an alleged trespass on the capitol at a political rally that we're now talking about years every years ago I mean it's obscene but I only got limited Tommy I want to ask you another question I'm sorry I mean the filibuster There's been an update on the bomber case What is the FBI up to They just came out with a statement They're increasing the reward to $500,000 for the alleged bomber who supposedly left bombs at the RNC and DNC on the evening of January 5th into January 6th What do you think's going on there Well I think that the FBI recognizes that this is such a gaping hole in the alleged investigation and a source of mockery on our side that here we are two years later and they can use geo fence warrants to track down an India to grandma who took a selfie inside the building in 6 but you can't find the bomber So in a little bit of I think a spin they increase the reward from a 100,000 to 500,000 for anyone who could give information about this mystery pipe bomber
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Counts the Votes for Kevin McCarthy
"I want to talk about the leadership struggle in the house for majority leader and specifically the candidacy of Kevin McCarthy. Kevin McCarthy, as you know, was the minority leader for the Republicans prior to the GOP taking the house and in about three weeks. The house is going to have a very interesting question of whether he is made the House speaker. Now obviously the geo. This is a Republican call. The Republicans have the majority by, I don't know, 7 or 8 seats, something like that. And so they get to pick the speaker. But here is where the problem begins. Now, I was doing my local Q&A yesterday, by the way, I do a weekly Q&A on locals, and if you want to be able to interact with me directly, this is a great way to sign on, if you become a local subscriber or an annual subscriber, you get all these free movies, but in addition, you get we do a weekly half hour Debbie actually made a cameo appearance yesterday. It was really fun. Any event, we're talking about Kevin McCarthy, and somebody asked, you know, did I ship we're up to you? Who would you name as House speaker? And I go, look, we know, in an ideal world, if it were, if I were king of the world and I was picking a speaker, I probably would pick somebody like Matt Gaetz because I think he's a fighter. And it would be a whole different House under Matt Gaetz. But I also realized that by and large, this is a decision that is made, you need to have somebody who can appeal to the different factions of the GOP, someone who's sufficiently establishment can also appeal to the moderates and the party, but ideally represents, if you will, the maga wing of the party, now Kevin McCarthy says I will do those things, but of course it's the credibility of that affirmation that is open to question.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
"geo" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network
"Just to kind of almost take a step out or zoom up a level. In the context of just kind of trying to explain a market setup. You've touched on at least four different broad based sort of political regions and political issues. So one is domestic U.S. politics and how the price of energy impacts politics here. A second is obviously Russia's war in Ukraine and the implications there. You could actually call it probably multiple political issues because you've got both Russia's war, as well as the response to it, as well as the energy. It's sort of a whole cluster of things, but for the sake of this, let's just call it one. You've got OPEC in the Middle East, which is sort of the political issue that to the extent that even during the kind of a highfalutin aughts and teens, we probably could have still recognized that politics hadn't completely left the world of markets just based on OPEC, but so you have that one is a third and then fourth is China and where China ends up sitting based on shifts and whether there's sort of an implicit and under discussed shift to getting in bed with China as it relates if we move away from fossil fuels. How much of this is sort of more personal and we'll bring it back to this. How much for you is this sort of appeal or interest in these markets because they are so inherently geostrategic and kind of relate to these broader power dynamics in the world. Yeah, that's really your point of thing. That's what makes the market, right? You know, it's really, really interesting. I mean, it was baffling for oil traders to see Biden announced SPR sales, right? You knew right off the bat that that was a reaction to the headache he was getting from headline inflation, right? All of a sudden, headline inflation was a problem at the polls. He figured out how to address it and the thing that makes the least sense would be to just spill the SPR into the open market. And so that's what they're winning did. What was wild for their oil market to see was, you know, you're thinking to yourself after prince Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia, which is the chief energy minister of OPEC, says there's a great disconnect between the physical and paper markets, right? Saudi Arabia, for the rest, several consecutive months has been able to raise oil prices of physical oil that they're selling to Asian clients. And they're looking over here to the U.S. paper market and they're seeing somebody spilling futures out into the market every day. And the price going down. And they're saying, well, we're raising prices every month here because our markets are getting physically tighter. The engine customers see that. They understand that we have to raise prices. And then they say to us, how come the price over there in the United States is spilling, right? So they have noticed that there is a disconnect here and they've essentially called out the United States for doing this to be completely politically motivated. You had that and then you see as the energy traders, you see the OPEC response, which is fine. We're cutting production. And we're looking at it back and forth now and you're like, wow, this is war. No uncertain terms about it. This is commodity war. This is the U.S. spilling a strategic reserve. This is one of our, you know, who knows what they are if their Friends or enemies are counterparts, trade party, whatever it is. Saudi Arabia saying, okay, we're cutting production. You see the price go back up. And you know, you just kind of wonder what's going to happen next. You know, the market's been super headline driven. You know, the China side of the story has been how they have managed their zero COVID policy with lockdowns and how that is a direct effect on the market's perception of oral consumption. So if you notice when headline inflation got out of control and Biden started his SPR sales in a somewhat conspicuous coordination, China said, oops, we got COVID over here. We're shutting down 60 million people. And so the world says, oh jeez, that's like a couple percent less oral consumption than the world would normally have if this part of the world is shut down. That means commodity prices can back off. And the world sells commodities. So you see what's going on here is you've got first Biden spiking the price with their set of executive orders. Then showing up two years later before midterms and saying, okay, this is a problem. This happened because Russia invaded Ukraine, which was a lie. So I moved to spill the SPR. Their spin on the SPR to keep the price down. China's saying great. We're going to lock down part of the country. That will help lower the price even further. And to continue to try to get Biden elected because it helps China to get Biden elected because he's trying to shift the global power center to electronic vehicles, which makes them more money. So this is like watching a game of strategic play out in real life where you can't really see anybody's cards. You can really see the moves they're making. And what's going on in the commodity world. So yeah, this has been a fascinating fascinating narrative to trade through Nathaniel. Like nothing I've ever seen before a quite honestly. Very different from trading through in kinetic Gulf War, right? It's very different. You're trading through an information and headline driven non kinetic war. And so it's really fascinating to follow. Yeah, I mean, it's way more game of Thrones than it is Saving Private Ryan, right? Yeah, no exactly.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
"geo" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network
"Trading out of that. But like I said, the attack on supply means that price is going to go up. That means that supply is going to be diminished. If you look right now across gasoline WTI and diesel fuel, especially, you will see that current inventories are now tumbling below 5 year averages. In addition to that, you've got the president's SPR sales as being his attempt to control the gas prices that he sent flying out of control now. So now he's approaching it from the other end and instead of loosening up some of the restrictions on drilling or something like that, he is pivoted toward our enemies and asking them for oil and they haven't been very receptive to that. So we're in this predicament now where there's sort of a shortage of oil. I'm looking at the diesel fuel spread right now, the front month spread, which is just literally gone haywire. To a new hide in a 15 sigma move, which just shows out irregular mathematically that scale of a move is. And the reason that this spur that used to live, so let's call it 5 or $6. The front month spread. That's now a $50 spread. So that means that the front month, November, deserve futures, are trading $38 higher than the next month's diesel futures. And the reason that the curve is so steep is because everybody is scrambling to get last minute supply of diesel fuel when there is really no diesel fuel. So that's why you've seen the markets rallying today. That's why you've seen a gender bid under the price in the 80s. You've seen OPEC react to the SPR sale by saying if you were going to sell oil into a slowing economy, then we're going to cut output further to support the price. And so that's what happened with OPEC kind of slammed the brakes on the oil slide and the low 80s when they said we're going to cut 2 million barrels a day. I think that was at the earlier in this month meeting and so now all has been holding in there and with the shortage of supply you're seeing spikes and all the front month spreads, which means that the market is getting tighter and tighter, almost to an emergency situation. Now you can also imagine how the people in the oil markets have kind of revered the strategic portrayal reserve as a point of pride that we've got this reserve of oil in case we run into a disastrous geopolitical situation where we might need it. We don't have to go scrambling to the open market and buy it at a $100 a barrel. Well, what's going on is now that we're emptying the strategic petroleum reserve, I would argue that there will never be a replacement of their strategic petroleum reserve because if the price goes higher, they'll have an excuse not to go and buy it on the open market. And if the price goes lower, the administration and the whole green team will use it as evidence that oil is less and less necessary and probably keep pushing their electric vehicle agenda, which directly puts China at the center of that output mechanism, where we're going to where we would now pivot from the globe getting all of its energy from oil and driven mostly by the United States and OPEC to now getting our energy from electronic batteries where we have to go and buy all of that metal and rare earth metal from China. So essentially it swaps the U.S. for China as the center of the sort of global energy hegemon. And so that's the predicament that markets have found themselves in. It's created a lot of volatility. It is created a massive bid for the energy stocks as the sort of world is realizing that no matter what goes on with the attack on supply, we're still burning oil at an unbelievable pace and not transferring to electric vehicles quite as fast as the administration would probably like us to. And therefore these companies are set up to make a lot of money. A great example of that is what's called the crack spread, which is essentially a measure of a refineries margin, right? That's the price that a refinery can buy three barrels of oil and crack it, like they call it the crack spread into two barrels of diesel fuel and one barrel of gasoline that can then go out into the open market. And that's another spread that used to trade in a 5 to $10 range that is now a 35 $40 spread and probably the reason why marathon portrayed him in some of the other refineries are up 60 and 70% on the year this year because they are set up to make wild amount of money as the market sets the price of diesel fuel and gasoline. So all they're doing is essentially being the clearing price for that market and getting that gasoline out to the market and it's happens to be profitable for them. So that's why we're paying $4 that the pump today rather than dollar 50. That's why natural gas has caused the price of ammonia and the fertilizer prices to go up and food prices to go up and that's why your grocery Bill is probably 25, 30 or 40 or 50% higher than it was two years ago. And that's what the energy inflation does is that it forces itself into all the different corners of the ag economy and winds up with you paying for it when you draw it from the store. So that's the predicament that we're in. That's the source of the headline inflation that we're seeing. A lot of it has to do with the Federal Reserve doubling its balance sheet to $9 trillion in the wake of the lockdown response. That obviously when we increase money supply by 40% over the course of one year, that's obviously going to cause a lot of deflation in your currency and where it is filing out is in the commodity markets where the commodity markets are rallying sharply in every other currency on the world is getting slaughtered right now. So it's a pretty confusing world out there. But like I said, I want to give you the whole data dump and now I want to be able to dig into whatever corner that argument you want to dig into. Great overview. To what extent do you think that the story of the last call it year plus? Has in a lot of ways just been idealism smashing against sort of reality, particularly as relates to an expectation of economics always being a certain way, predicated upon political assumptions that have turned out to be untrue. A lot of it. A lot of it is, as we call it in our circle in the commodity trader circle, we're witnessing the battle of physics versus platitudes. And you know which side the platitudes are coming out of, they're coming out of the government that's saying, hey, we've got to climb an emergency. If we don't address this emergency, we're going to die in 12 years. I think AOC said or something like that that the planet's only got 9 or 12 more years before climate that emergency kills everyone. So they've got the buy in from some people that believe that say, oh, okay, there's an emergency and okay, we're believed that we're causing it. And okay, we're going to have to go ahead and make the necessary changes and start recycling glass and plastic and things like that. And cutting oil production because that will be better for the environment. The physicists side of the argument that would say that when you decrease the supply of molecules, you're eventually going to have a massive problem, right? At the end of the food chain. So cutting down carbon emissions is essentially the fuel and through these higher gasoline and oil prices, what's happening then is that the higher prices are causing manufacturers to reassess their cost structure because now their base load power is costing them 5 X what it did two years ago because natural gas is 5 times more expensive than it was and that's one of the main uses of baseload power core being the other use of baseload power and that's probably 5 to ten more times expensive than it was two years ago or for the same reasons this attack on fossil fuel supply and essentially banning the coal industry from emitting carbon. And that's where we find ourselves. And as you know, the physics side of the market battles back and says, you know, spikes European natural gas prices to with the equivalent of ten times what our natural gas prices are here.
The Officer Tatum Show
2000 Mules and the Midterms
"The movie 2000 meals was an incredible success. So many people almost everybody I know at least watched it and they think that it was incredible, gave them incredible insight into what happened in the 2020 election. But now you have turned, I don't know if you've turned it into a book or it's somewhat connected to the 2000 meals documentary book. Tell us a little bit to Nash about the book 2000 meals. The book is just out and this is actually unusual for me. I normally have a book and a movie together. And I like to release both because they're kind of a one two punch. As you know, a movies are a narrative. They have a storyline, and they are a visual medium, because you have to see things. And of course, the most powerful thing I think in 2000 years is the official electronic video surveillance of these drop boxes where you can see people stuffing ballots. And you can see right away that there's a need and a demand for their investigation of that. Now, a book can do things that are movie can't. And that is a book can be more thorough, more detailed, more systematic, it can explain things more fully. I mean, it's obvious from the movie 2000 meals, but there's a whole bunch of people who don't know or pretend not to know what geo tracking even is.
The Dan Bongino Show
Dinesh D'Souza: Responding to '2,000 Mules' Critics
"How do you refute the critics I know you and I have discussed this before but given that they really panicked about this and I haven't seen a full throated a 30 front war against a movie about election fraud or a book or a research project like they came out against 2000 meals They've resorted to a lot of personal attacks against you against Greg against Catherine I think it's because they're frightened about what you guys uncovered but one of the things I get often about 2000 mules from lefties is you know they cell phone data is just not accurate You can't tell that a mule was going to a ballot box in contrast to just driving by one which let me just say before you answered dinesh I find interesting because the left wanted to squelch the same cell phone data because they were afraid that people on the right would monitor who went to abortion clinics which I find weird If the date is not accurate it's not accurate So how do you respond to that criticism Well it was particularly astounding coming from Bill Barr I mean it's one thing if you get it from the fact checker at AP who's 20 something graduate from Portland state doesn't know anything about geo tracking doesn't know anything about election law But here you have Bill Barr He's been head of the DoJ And as you know the DoJ uses cell phone geo tracking every single day I mean they found Mike lindell in the drive in and hardee How do they know he was there They're tracking his phone So they were able to pinpoint his location FBI come up take his phone but he was located through cell phone geo tracking It's used by this it's used by multiple agencies of the government So it is again applying this general principle It is regarded as accurate in every single context except one and that is ballot trafficking
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Dinesh D'Souza: Election Denialism Runs Rampant on the Left
"Frankly, you've been over the target. I know they've come after you with a vengeance. There's been all kinds of controversy that want to shut down anybody who dares to speak to the issue of election integrity, but they sure don't want to be reminded of how all the Democrats claimed that Donald Trump wasn't the legitimately elected president in 2016. Dinesh every last one of them. I played a Montage over and over. Hillary, John Lewis, Stephen Jimmy Carter. They all said that the 2016 election was rigged, but don't you let dinesh d'souza produce 2000 mules. We got to shut that sucker down. I mean, the Democrats said that in 2004, in the bush Carey race, they said that in 2000, it was Bush who was quote selected and not elected over Al Gore. The last time the Democrats essentially conceded an election that they lost was 1988. This would be George H. W. Bush's victory over dukakis. So election denialism runs rampant on the left. That's true. What I find a little disturbing is people like Bill Barr, who tried to kind of guff on discredit 2000 mules by saying that cell phone geo tracking is not accurate and can not pinpoint mules a mule is kind of a delivery man who's delivering these fraudulent ballots to drop boxes. You can't find them by cell phone geo tracking, even though Bill Barr was head of the Justice Department, which uses cell phone geo tracking every day. The bus cases around the country. They're using it with January 6th. They use it in many other contexts. In fact, the FBI needed cell phone geo tracking to intercept Mike lindell in the drive in hardee's. He was there if they weren't tracking his phone.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why Is Joe Biden Meeting With the TikToker Behind 'Girlhood'?
"There is this very sick person. He's very demented, and he has a show called girlhood, kind of learning alongside you. I know a little bit about this. So it's a comedian turned influencer famous for a TikTok series of a hundred days of girlhood. Which tracked the biological man's journey from being a non binary to being a girl allegedly, was just invited to The White House Thursday to speak to President Biden. In a TikTok video showing the before and after meeting with the president, Dylan Mulvaney, giving a signature over exaggerated performance of woman, squeals with delight at the prospect of meeting the leader of the free world, and France is about showing off the outfit in the colors of the trans flag selected for the all important meeting to discuss quote unquote trans issues. I'm reading, by the way, from the post millennial dot com. So let's just kind of get an idea of what this person believes, meeting with the president of the United States, play cut one 25. But I was walking around in everyone was staring, and I was like, oh, okay, what's going on? And they were all staring directly at my crotch. And I went, oh, I forgot that my crotch doesn't look like other women's crotches sometimes, because mine doesn't look like a little Barbie pocket. Like a little Barbie pocket. So this person is participating in a equivalent of gender blackface, which is trying to pretend to be something that he is not. Appropriating an identity that is not his own. It's so funny. They always get so upset about blackface. You can't do that. Why is it you could appropriate womanhood then? And by the same time they say, it's going to be the year of the woman, you know, what is a woman exactly? But what we don't know what happened in the meeting, the interview will air Sunday Night. So is this kind of Joe Biden's new get out the vote strategy? Recent projections from RealClearPolitics shows Republican take Senate 53 47 winning an Arizona Georgia Nevada holding Pennsylvania Wisconsin. I tend to agree with that trend. So it's now the Biden geo TV strategy. Hey, I know that we're struggling with plumbers and coal workers in central Pennsylvania. I know that moms in Paradise valley don't like what we're doing. I know what we'll do. We'll go get the dude who thinks he's a woman who's on TikTok to go drive voter turnout.
The Officer Tatum Show
See the Hood, Don't Be the Hood
"So his girlfriend posts a picture on Instagram of them eating at Roscoe chicken waffles. But she geo geo tracked the location or she tagged the location through geo tracking, right? So she tagged that she was at a specific Roscoe's chicken and waffles in a specific area and people who were following looked at her pose and was like, oh, this is where he had. So they ran up on him, and they stole his chain and they killed him. I don't even know if they took his jury. I think they just ended up killing them and renting and running. Some people were speculating that the girlfriend may have had something to do with it. I don't really know that to be true. I mean, he had a kid together. She wouldn't want the man to die. Or did she just want somebody to steal his chain? And didn't expect him to die. So I don't know that to be true whatsoever. If you ask me my opinion, I doubt it, it's just as crazy out here. This is a different level of violence, ladies and gentlemen. This is a different level that we're talking about. You look at anywhere else in the country. Do you see country music singers get robbed? And killed in broad daylight. What is it? What is it that is so different about this culture? What is it that is so different about black culture in America? And I'm not saying it's every black person 'cause I don't live in that culture. I don't go to the hood. And people on social media criticize me. I'll be, you ain't know where you ain't in the hood. You ain't you ain't in the hood. Of course I'm not. I have no business to go to a hood. Unless I'm going there to do something something specific and I need people to protect me. Because people are hypnotized with hatred.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
A Quick Refresher Debunking NPR Hitman Tom Dreisbach
"I'm doing a quick refresher debunking of NPR hitman Tom dry's box article on 2000 meals the film, a pro Trump film suggests its data are so accurate it's solved a murder. That's false. First of all, for anyone who saw the film, there's a scene with we're talking about a murder that occurred in Atlanta, the murder of a young black woman named Sakura Turner, and we see Greg Phillips drawing a circle. They have geo tracking data from the date and time of the shooting, and drawing a circle grows Greg Phillips goes inside this circle are is the small population of potential shooters. So in other words, these are the cell phone ID devices where the angle of the bullet seems to have come from. Now again, that doesn't solve a murder. What it does is it tells the cops that these are guys you might want to look more closely at, because all you have all true the vote has is their cell phone IDs. They don't even have the identities of those individuals, but law enforcement can get them. So again, Tom dry's buck is setting up the straw man. They solve the murder. And then he goes on to quote the authorities, basically saying that the data put together by true the vote came after the arrests of these two gang members who are accused of having committed the murder.
"geo" Discussed on Animal Radio
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Make this free call now. 8 104 7 8 6 O 8 four 804 7 8 6 O 8 four 804 7 8 6 O 8 four that's 804 7 8 60 84. I'm Beth stern on animal radio and adopt from your local shelter. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with a pre animal radio app for iPhone and Android. A Colorado woman's in a little bit of trouble for stuffing a chihuahua down her pants. She's actually been charged with animal cruelty, but she played it not guilty. I'll tell you why she did it coming up on animal radio news. Ah, very good. Doctor pole will be joining us today. The incredible doctor poll from NatGeo wild. He deals with a lot of cow pies. We're so stupid. Thanks for listening. We apologize for any brain damage you make it during animal radio. Ladies and gentlemen, we are so glad to have Wendy diamond with us. She joined us last week. When you go out on a date, do you bring the dog with or do you leave the dog at home, so you can get to know the guy, because that dog is glued to you. It's like an appendage. Velcro. Well, let's just say this, I've only had baby home for three months, okay, number one. Number two is, you know, there's been times where I've been late, I've been coming from work, and I have my dog with me, and I might take my dog, but they would never know I have a dog. Do you know what I'm saying? So wait, wait, wait, wait. You would take the dog on a date and your date would never know that you had the dog with you. Is that what you're saying? Never know. Yeah, there's been many times like that. And also I have to say this, you know, I would never introduce my dog. So a date until I felt like a bad person was going to be part of my life. Yeah, it makes sense. So what did you do before baby hope? Because it just seems like you two have been together for years. I had a dog that passed away on June 5th. And lucky, lucky and I were together for over a decade. And it was kind of, it was the exact same relationship. Well, now you hold the world's record or lucky holds the Guinness world's record of the dog most photographed with celebrities, right? That is correct. That is correct. And that's because of my, you know, my job is, you know, I have a couple jobs, but I'm very much a supporter of a lot of different charities, work with the United Nations. So I'm always around a lot of very famous people. And it all started back in 2001 when I was at a dinner with Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock and Valentino, the designer, and my dog was, again, hidden in my bag. No one knew I had my dog. And I was, you know, I felt really surreal. I was sitting at dinner with these people and I thought to myself, this is so funny. No one would believe I'm here, right? It's kind of cool. It looks like a dirty little secret. Well, it's kind of like Siri, I'm sitting across from Hugh Grant, Sandra Bullock, and you know, offer Ohio, so I felt like really like, wow, no one would ever believe me, but like dessert people were kind of walking around and I looked at Hugh Grant and I said, hue? My dog is your biggest fan. And he looked at me and he's like, you have a dog here, and I'm like, yeah, and I plot my dog and I take a picture of him and Hugh. And the next thing I know, like Valentino is like, oh my God, I have three dogs in the next thing I know he wants to pick so that's how who got lucky started. And who got lucky was the sexy part of our magazine that was a column where kind of where was lucky and who did she get lucky with? And that was that's how that all happened. So we didn't try to get a Guinness World Record. We didn't try to do anything. It was just kind of this funny thing that just kind of happened. Well, now how many celebs did lucky get a photo with? Oh God, probably like 700. Holy. That's so cool. Now, baby hope going to be setting her own world records? Any plans? Well, baby, hope already has a world record. What is that? Baby hope has a Guinness World Record for the most expensive pet wedding in history. That's right. That was hope. Okay. How much did that wedding cost, by the way? Like $300,000, but it was all donated because it was a benefit for the humane society. My dog, lucky, has a wing at the humane society of New York. It's the lucky diamond critical ward unit, and we raise money for animals that can't afford surgeries so that's where the money went. I have a wing down at the local donut joint Dunkin Donuts. Well, you know, and also I just, you know, I don't want to brag or anything, but I also have a Guinness World Record. Oh, yeah, what is it? The biggest blue eyes. My family has three Guinness World Records. Really? I have a personal Guinness World Record for the longest curtsy relay. Curtsy relay. Yeah, my mother's from England, so I was brought up really well at night. It was taught how to curse at a young age and one night. There was a little dinner for party for the mayor of London and the next thing I know we're all cursing for like hours. Oh my God. And we got a cursed out of it. How old were you? The Guinness world record. How old were you? Oh, this was like last year. Oh. Wow. Okay. So this is all become so now I'm an expert at Guinness world records. So what are the other ones that your family has? Oh, no, no, no. We only have three. Just three. 30 three. Just three. And what do you have, Judy? What kind of records do you have, Judy? I mean, you're only three. Oh, by the way, we're gonna be in the Guinness World Record book. This year. Oh yeah? For the wedding. It's the biggest book, you know, it does 20 million copies a year. Yeah. And so this year's book will be basically the
"geo" Discussed on Animal Radio
"To animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Hey Scott, how you doing? Fine, how are you guys? Good, where are you today? I'm in Clinton Iowa. Clinton, are you listening on? Is that camera? No, I didn't know they had it here in town. I listened to it on XM in the semi. Oh, good. So you're an OTR? Yes. Okay, well, I got Doc Deb here. She's like, stop asking them their life story. I'm here to work. Come on now. So let's go on there, Scott. Well, I adopted a teacup chihuahua, a 6 month old one in California. Here are a couple of weeks ago. And my concern is I live in Iowa where it can get to 30 below. And the winter time. I'm just concerned about her well-being. Coming from a warm state to a colder climate. Okay. Well, and for me, I'm going to tell you, it doesn't matter what she's used to. It's a teacup chihuahua. She is not a cold weather dog, no matter where she lives. So I'd say it's impractical to expect that we're going to really acclimate her to cold temperatures, chihuahuas in general. They just don't tolerate cold really well. That's why you see all those little cute seas walking around with those sweaters and fleeces and the hats and the gloves. And all of that. But that's why we dress these guys up because they really don't have the body fat and the body size to really generate and maintain their own body temperature. In that extreme weather. So you're good to definitely be aware of that and to be watchful. So as far as the basic things, for a little teacup chihuahua in each chihuahua under 55°, I really start to take extra measures. So that may be things like sweaters, fleeces. And actually, I can tell you from my own experience with boss, my little terrier mix, some of the best warming cover ups. Aren't necessarily just the knitted sweaters. They actually do make down jackets for dogs, and the fleeces are actually quite warm. So those are very nice and boss highly recommends them. I will tell you that. So those would be some basic things. Now, you also want to keep in mind the potty training for these little guys because some of these little doggies are quite diva like. And in snow weather, especially below zero weather, we need to make accommodations. So you want to think of that now while the weather is kind of in the temperate zone so you can plan. Some doggies will do great going outside as long as you keep that snow shoveled and you give them a clear path and they don't have to go outside their means to really go eliminate. But otherwise you can train them inside on one of those little potty patches. Well, she's pretty good about the pads and I have a doggy door and she goes out all the time. She loves her backyard. Okay, good, good. My main concern is like the pads on the bottom of her feet. Sure. Yeah. So with that, you can definitely yeah, you can definitely do doggy boots. Or even just kind of the little slip ons for them to go outside. You have to watch that. Yeah, those little feet with long periods of time on frozen surfaces. Definitely can get some free spite. So you want to be aware of that. For just kind of getting your acclimated to go outside in that, you're really curious outside put her down, let her do her biz and carry her back. And that's going to be the best way to kind of gradually acclimate her to that. But if it's really extreme temperatures, something that it burns your face when you're going outside, I really would advocate using the booties just to protect those feet. And then other things I may not have mentioned, heated dog beds. Sometimes these little guys, even in Las Vegas winners, believe it or not, these little guys come in shivering when it's 40° outside. So if you have a heated dog bed and not the type that might chew or destroy any of that type of thing, that can be a really great way to kind of keep the warm into kind of reward them after they go outside to do their business. There's something else I want to ask. To sleep in. Oh, I like that. I want to talk about this other product that I just saw and I actually got a sample at super zoo. Does it make noise? No, no, no. It's called comfy tails and it's K UM FY. What is that? Tails, TA, LZ. What it is, it's a fleece jacket, but it has an inserted to gel pack in which you can actually do is put it in the microwave. Without the dog. You put it on before you put it on the dog. Very good help. You take the gel pack, you put it in the microwave for a few seconds, and then you insert it in this coat and it goes underneath your belly and then you wrap the coat around her and it'll keep her warm outside for a long time. I got one for my little dog. She's 8 pounds and gets cold here. Not one of those frilly things, is it? All kinds of colors and pink. There's different colors, but this gel pack is amazing. You do. They're awesome. One day. You spoiled her. Oh yes. Is this little one going to be traveling with you in the truck or staying at home? Stay at home. And I got that I called you about that had hit this place. And your tips on that helped her how fabulous. That's the one that goes with me in the semi all the time. And then I got a pure bred Irish pit bull. Oh, well, we appreciate you being a follow-up and a frequent caller here, Scott. And give this little baby a good pad on the head and you got a little time to get her acclimated before that cold winter chill comes. Thank God. Teddy bears right now. Well, thank you for your call, Scott. We appreciate it. We're all giddy here. Call back if you need more help there. We always like to be of help. Because most people, let's face a lot of people call them and say, you think you guys think you know it all, don't you? They do say that. Every time I go, I'll go into 7. Because they say, hell, you're always trying to take credit for doctor Debbie and Allen. What doctor Debbie, she needs her own segment called doctor Debbie unplugged. Unplugged. Oh, really? Yes, after your callers talk to you on the air, they go off the air and your true doctor Debbie self comes out. Oh, so you're saying that I'm not myself on air. I'm too guarded. No, no, you're like a doctor. You're doing your doctor business, but when you're being you, you know, the doctor Debbie that we got to see at super zoo. That's a fun doctor, Debbie. Dark side of doctor Debbie, the underbelly of knocking after a couple of drinks is what you're saying. Yeah. You're shattering my persona. Stop. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. 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AP News Radio
Urshela, Mahle power Twins to 4-0 victory over Angels
"Geo or shella and Tyler malley sent the twins past the angels four zero or shella belted his 11th home run among his three hits as Minnesota won for just the second time in its last 8 road games Also scored twice It is 9 three hit game of the season Malley started the twins tenth shutout of the season scattering three hits over 6 innings Gilberto celestino smacked a two run Homer helping the twins stay one and a half games behind the AL central leading guardians Patrick Sandoval fell to three and 8 I'm Dave ferry
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Government Widely Uses Geolocation Data... And It's Troublesome
"There's a new report out from the ACLU. It's being amplified all over the media. And it reveals that the Department of Homeland Security in particular. But in fact, this applies to a number of government agencies. Customs and border, immigration, it refers to the Department of Justice, all of these departments have been purchasing and carefully reviewing and using cell phone geo tracking data. Now, the ACLU report is focusing on the privacy issue. What they show is that the federal government has been working with these private companies, there's one that's highlighted in the article it's called ventil, it's a data broker based in Virginia. So these data brokers are aggregators. They collect the data from the cell phone apps, and they sell it to commercial companies, but they're also providing it to the federal government. And the ACLU's point is that this is extremely troublesome. And it's troublesome in a general sense because it violates people's privacy. Now, the data brokers fire back by saying, wait a minute, people have agreed to the use of their data when they download these apps. But I think here the ACLU has a better point than no one actually is agreeing to these things. You're just scrolling to the end. You want the app, and so you end up consenting the things that you don't actually consent to, you're sort of consenting by default.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Dinesh D'Souza Has an Update on the Nationwide Impact of '2000 Mules'
"About there's been some exciting news, some arrests and some things happening along those lines. Talk a little bit about that. Yeah, for a while there, it looked like it was very uphill battle for the simple reason that the film focuses on highly democratic precincts, not surprisingly, they have a democratic political establishment. And in some of these states, like Michigan and Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, you have a democratic Secretary of State, democratic attorney general, they're not going to spring into action. Okay, let's crack down on this democratic corruption. Even in places like Arizona and Georgia where you have Republicans, they're feuding with Trump or there's some other political issue that is slowing them down and wanting to jump on top of this. In Yuma, Arizona, there's sort of a little bit of a ray of light where the sheriff is just taking it upon himself to just open up a fairly widespread ballot trafficking voter fraud investigation. He apparently is looking at 16 separate cases of voter fraud. And in one notable case, where there is video evidence, a woman who had been arrested before the movie came out, giler Mina Fuentes, and she was not even so much a mule as kind of a mule organizer and organizer of the mules. And but she had a whole battery of democratic attorneys, high powered attorneys from Tucson who were defending her, but I think after the movie came out with all the video evidence, all the geo tracking evidence, they basically realized this is a gotcha. And so she now changed her plea from not guilty to guilty. And I believe her sentencing is coming up very
AP News Radio
Naylor's 2-run HR in 10th gives Guardians 7-6 win over Twins
"The guardians pulled out a 7.6 win over the twins on Josh naylor's two out two run Homer in the bottom of the tenth Cleveland trailed 6 three before scoring four times in its final look bad Ahmed Rosario ignited the rally with an RBI double and Stephen Quan scored on a pass ball before naylor went deep off loser jarrell cotton The comeback followed max Kepler's two run Homer that put Minnesota ahead by three in the tenth The twins forced extra innings on 6th inning homers by Alex kirilloff and geo Rochelle Minnesota leads the AL central by two games over the guardians I'm Dave
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Examines Bill Barr's Jan. 6 Committee Testimony
"I have a commented before on Bill Barr chuckling and goth falling about 2000 mules and talking about the unreliability of geo tracking and I don't want to revisit that here. What I hadn't discussed was some further comments that Bill Maher made a little further down in his presentation to the January 6th committee, and I want to read them and comment upon them now. Bill Barr says the other thing, the other thing that people don't understand is that it's not clear that even if you can show harvesting. Harvesting. That this changes the or the results of the election. The courts are not going to throw out votes and then figure out what votes for harvested and throw them out. You'd still, the burden on the challenging party to show that illegal votes were cast votes were the result of undue influence or bribes, or there was really, you know, the person was non compos mentis. But absent that evidence I just didn't see courts throwing out votes anyway. So what's bar saying here? He's saying, look, maybe the vote harvesting is illegal. But who knows who the votes were cast for? And who knows if these were legal or illegal ballots in the first place? And unless you how you can independently prove where the ballots came from and what kind of way they were obtained, courts are not going to throw them out. So my first point is, fair enough, and there is a way to prove those things. In other words, if you go talk to the mules and you arrest the mules, they're going to then fess up and tell you that they got the ballots from the nonprofit organizations. And then if you raid the nonprofit organizations and bring them under scrutiny, they're going to tell you, we got the ballots of these ballots at nursing homes. We got some ballots at housing complexes where we had the residents sign and we had the ballots then sent not to them, but to us we felt them out. So in other words, there are plenty of ways. Law enforcement does this all the time. They know something is amiss. There is a logical path for them to investigate. They do investigate. So what's remarkable is you have somebody who was the chief law enforcement officer who should know that there's a pathway to answering his own questions. And yet he acts like, well, we're not going to take the first step because we're going to rely on Catherine engelbrecht Greg Phillips and dinesh d'souza to produce all the evidence.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Clarifies a Few Things About '2000 Mules'
"Let's go to our next question, listen. Hey, dinesh, I'm a big fan of yours. I just listened to your episode about responding to Ben Shapiro and while I respect both of you greatly, I noticed you didn't answer two of the questions that he posed and saw recapitulate them and hopefully you can either address them on the podcast by no time is limited or in your upcoming book, but the first is, do you have control states, in other words, did you see this pattern of behavior in states like Mississippi where you wouldn't expect fraud because that may call things into question? I'd be interested to see if you looked at deep blue or deep red states to see if you saw such patterns. And then the other thing is, could you please name these nonprofits where the mules were obtaining the ballots? Those appear to be conspicuously absent from the film. Again, I'm a big fan of yours, particularly your debates with Christopher Hitchens. And look forward to hearing your response. Thank you. Certainly, those are both very good questions. And I will take them in sequence. So let me begin by addressing the issue of the controlled comparison. Now, truth vote did not do that. They did not do, let's say the blue states and the red states. And the reason they didn't is simply because of lack of resources. I mean, this geo tracking data is available, but it's also very expensive. True the vote got a $2 million grant from a big Republican donor, and they were able to deploy most of that money, not all, but most of it, to purchase singing a pretty large ream of data of cell phone data. They picked 5 kind of large urban areas and I think you know the ones that are the swing states. And they're not the whole state. They're the battleground. They're essentially the democratic urban precincts of those states. And their hypothesis, of course, was that was that this is where the fraud is likely to be. If that's going to be fraud. And remember they were responding to a whistleblower in Georgia who came forward and said, I was basically running this kind of a racket in Atlanta. And he described how he was paid. He was described to other people, did it, but he didn't want to give his name. And so the geo tracking was aimed at confirming this larger operation. So you asked the question, why do true the vote focus on these areas? And the answers because these are areas of high suspicion. Now, again, if you have all the resources in the world, then you say, listen, I'm not just going to put my cops outside the bank. I'm going to put cops everywhere in the country. I'm going to run a kind of widespread controlled experiment. And although that's ideal, it's really not necessary for the purposes of what they were trying to do. They were trying to essentially verify whether the whistleblower was right and coordinated fraud operations were being conducted in these inner cities. Now, are there other coordinated fraud operations being run elsewhere? Maybe. But quite frankly, it's not easy to run those kinds of operations outside of the cities because they rely on tight control. They rely on the ability by the way. If you think about the way these stash houses are getting votes, they're getting their fraudulent ballots from nursing homes from campuses from homeless shelters from kind of large apartment buildings where you go door to door, ask people to sign an absentee ballot requests have the absentee ballot then sent to you not to them so you can vote on their behalf. So these are all the ways you can look at this from earlier voter fraud cases. This is basically where the democratic fraud stores get their ballots. They're like experts at this. So the Ben Shapiro point is kind of interesting, but I would say irrelevant now, one thing the truth about did do, I think, a much more intelligent control comparison. And that is that once they found the mules, and they found that, let's say, between October 1 of 2020 and election day, November 3rd, the mules were following this pattern of going to these drop boxes, here's what true the vote did. They bought data in a controlled period for those exact same mules. So in other words, they wanted to see if these meals in their normal life, when it's not election time, do they happen to follow the same pattern of life? Did they, for some unexplained reason, go to those same places, stop by those exact same locations. And the answer is no, they didn't. So, and I think a very creative way true the vote was able to show that even for the mules themselves, this was anomalous behavior in their own pattern of life, a behavior that was limited to the election period. In other words, they were being paid to do something specific in that period. This is not something that they habitually or kind of chronically did
"geo" Discussed on a16z
"And they do that partly because if you want to study the permafrost or the Arctic in general, you need to have these various outposts. And so it's worth our money to do that. The more interesting question, even the funding to me, which you were kind of getting to when you were talking about this lovely story about. The dinosaur eggs in India was that for this to expand. Yellowstone, right? Now, which is a thing that everyone loves, right? You can't get people to say bad things about Yellowstone. People, universally acknowledge it as being an amazing thing in the world. But it's expansion impinges on real people's lives. Because all of a sudden big predators are showing up in their backyard, et cetera. And so for something like pleistocene park to be successful, it's going to have to interact with and make peace with the human world on quite a grand scale. If they are going to do all of northern Siberia in Alaska and the Yukon, et cetera, et cetera and that as being representative of the larger tension we have of trying to figure out how we coexist with wild animals and what the wild in general. This socioeconomic component too, because you think of these towns that don't have a lot of money to survive. They don't have a lot of economic opportunity. Why wouldn't you want to sell ivory? From these tests and make some money for yourself to survive your support your family. Dinosaur egg, China. Right. And so it's really striking when you do think about this question of who funds it because there's a lot of science and money that goes into this. And there's a lot of tradeoffs that people have to make. And anyway, another open question is this project is so radical and scheme and scope. That is anyone else doing anything this ambitious in the world anywhere. Will you compare it to one other major climate project? Oh, yeah. So yeah, there are geoengineering projects or proposals. Also the American Prairie reserve is another large grassland rewilding project. It doesn't have sort of sexy extinct creatures to sell it. Right. Or like a major climate change mitigation strategy to sell it. But it's really interesting and it's part of Montana. Tell us, I would love to hear the story behind the story. Funny, funny story is going up there. This is like a protected area and so you have to get official Russian permission, not just like a regular Visa, just to actually go to this region. So we get there and I had a really good friend of mine, grant slater, his an amazingly talented documentary filmmaker. We kind of worked together. I knew that he would have this sort of deep time sensibility alongside me and so I was really excited to see what he would do with it. And it was also a really interesting creative tension being out of the filmmaker because he has things he needs to get things kind of storytelling. Grant's paperwork is official permission had not come in on time. And so we had to go get, we went and got questioned. At the military base by these Russian soldiers who were in full fatigue, pretty big dudes..
"geo" Discussed on a16z
"And I thought, is there a way I can get an image like that? And so then at the bottom, when he pulls out this piece of grass, I was like, here it is. My zipline into the deep past. Yeah, I have to admit, I had always been much more romantic about forests than grass going into this piece. It was Sergei's talking about grass and it's importance in the rise of humans in particular that really captured my imagination. And was an idea that I felt like was not out there in the world. And what is that? What is a connection between grass and human? Well, grass is like kind of the newest big plant based biome on the planet, like forests have been around for three, 400 million years and grasses like well, big grasslands are less than 60, 70 million years old. And they're really neat, they grow really fast. They just erupt out of the earth and they make food very easily for animals. And they're not a lot of them are not afraid of being eaten. They love to be eaten. So you have trees. Or other plants will invest all this energy into thorns and into poisons because they're like, get away from me. I want to grow. And grass is like me. And so then I can grow even more easily. That's how much packed into it. By allowing themselves to be eaten, they partner with their own grazers to enhance their ecosystems, nutrient flows. Yes, the animals poop them out, and they poop, you know, the great thing about poop while we're talking about things that we didn't know were so great, like grass. Is that it's really sort of warm and kind of seeps into the earth very quickly. And it's been processed by microbes. It's ready to go. We know, right? So what do we use for fertilizer? And so it makes these grasslands just cycle cycle cycle really quickly. I agree, this idea of the grass is so counterintuitive. And I first came across it in sapiens. And one of the things he says is that humans tamed, it created humanity. Because it allowed us to use wheat to drive our lives. And there's all these different forms of grass that exist now. You describe advice, wheat, corn, sugarcane. I thought it was really interesting how this is a portrait of all these cutting edge science and tech discoveries and capabilities. And we're using it to reach deep into our no longer accessible past. Like you describe this moment of solastalgia, right? Like this yearning for what ones was. That's kind of part of the human condition. And by the way, Seoul is dolce as in an existential grief for vanished landscape because I love the first time I ever heard that word. Yeah. I don't know what the hell that was. No, me too. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm really drawn to stories that show humans interacting on long time scales, which is a thing that I think we're doing more and more now. A long time ago, you mean like Cleo dynamics or just anything that's like the arc of history. What is that? Yeah, I mean, when we think about what it's going to mean to be human beings now and in the future that we're taking into that context, ten, 20, 30, 40 millions of years into the past and perhaps tens, 20, 30,000 years into the future. And I should, again, give a shout out to Stuart brand, who obviously has had many fertile thoughts along this path, but Stuart bran, who is a father of the whole earth catalog, and now the foundation, but this idea of looking at our existence in a way that really zooms out from our current moment, which is certainly a relief in this particular historical moment we find ourselves in..
"geo" Discussed on a16z
"15 that were completed, 30 that are being tweaked. And he says, George church was guessing that we need maybe 50 more. He actually was saying that even a total of 50. Best Shapiro who was I regard as sort of the world expert on this stuff. She was like, not so fast. You have to see what those changes do to the rest of the body and how they interact with each other. So sure, maybe 50, but it's too soon to say. Right. Well, the other thing that I found very fascinating, especially in the tales of that recent news about the artificial womb and an animal being able to be incubated is that you essentially grow these mammoths in an artificial womb. So what's that process? Yeah, and I'm glad you brought that up because actually that is the most science fictional aspect of this whole thing. That's the biggest leap. It's a known technology. It's a matter of trial and error. It's like let's keep spitting out embryos with different changes and eventually we'll get there. Growing in embryo, especially in this is the animal with the longest gestation period. Which is what? 22 minutes. That's right. And it's 200 pounds at the end of it and you're going to do all that really complex fine tuning maternal fine tuning like hormonal work in this huge closet sized tank. That is, that's more than ten years away. George church thinks that you can make a mammoth like genetically within 5 years. He said to me, just like there's uncertainties on the pessimistic side. Like, oh, actually it'll take 20. He's like, it could.
"geo" Discussed on a16z
"Small number of tweaks. The guy who's really at the forefront of this is George church. Who is a geneticist at Harvard and kind of has his hands on any number of eccentric schemes like this. But I mean, when I first heard about this, I thought, really? But then I started talking to people in the field and they were like, look, he's out there. He's out there like he's crazy. George is really the forefront of this. He has the right approach, which is to make, again, is few tweaks to this genome as possible. Just so you get these basic features. And then let nature do the rescue of 5, ten generations of these, and they'll refine it. I love when you say you realize the idea isn't how crazy this is to do it. It's actually like, well, it's actually not that it's actually not that crazy. The reason is why wouldn't it work? Do we know exactly what the mammoth was? Are we do we know exactly what we're aiming for or are we guessing? We have used several DNA fragments to sequence the entire woolly mammoth genome. However, we are not trying to make so I'm speaking on a two corners of my mouth here because I'm saying we're going to manufacture mammoths. But we are actually going to do is manufacture fatty Asian elephant. Like we are not aiming. For the exact genome, the original mammoth. We're just looking to re modify Asian elephants. And Asian elephant with the characteristics of a woolly mammoth in certain key areas. It just gives some textural feel. You describe that church and his group are adding cold resistant hemoglobin, a full body layer of insulating fat, they're shrinking the ears. Why are they good questions? In the Arctic, you get 70 below during the winter. Frostbite. The African elephant has these huge ears in those or not. Yeah. Yeah. You said cold resistant hemoglobin. I wanted to call it antifreeze blood. Like a new version of true blood, like drink this. And then let me get away with it. And he has an amazing question about, is it actually doing it from truth or not? But is there a truth? Because you also point out, we have this dead DNA problem. You think of DNA as a thing that lives on for ages and eons. But in fact, this DNA is decomposed and not really available even to draw from. That's right..
"geo" Discussed on a16z
"Pave the way for these forests. Actually, one of the things that struck me, I feel like I referenced sapiens a lot on this podcast. The thing that just blew my mind is Yuval harari paints this picture of how humans are basically the worst predators in Earth's history. And we're so tiny relative to these huge megafauna, both on land and in water from huge woolly mammoths to whales in the ocean. And that everywhere humans moved. You can immediately see a decline drastically in the number of large mammals that would walk the earth. Yeah, it was so interesting when you talk about this birth period. And also, and it quick succession just ravaging. The wildlife. And yeah, it's really interesting. A lot of that science has crystallized as our timelines for where humans have showed up in the world have gotten more refined. So from very early on in paleontology, the consensus was everyone noticed these large animals had died out at the end of the ice age and they thought, well, at the end of the ice age, there was this period of warming in these animals didn't adapt. And then as time went on, it's like, well, glaciations like the ice age was not 3 million years of glacial cold. It was like 10,000 year bursts of glacial cold and then interglacials they're called where things would warm again. And these animals had weathered 30 of those. You called them like ice tsunami. Yes, and they'd been fine coming out of the other side of them. So why would this one did all of these megafauna diet? Well, without everything, a specific kind of thing. Yes. Right. Grass land played a big role because you no longer had this advantage where big animals could hide behind trees or rocks or big things. And so humans had to adapt by becoming very good at hunting, like shooting with spears or fire in order to attack these animals and essentially learn coordination as they got out of trees..
"geo" Discussed on a16z
"Welcome to the a 6 since the podcast I'm sonal. Today Hanna and I are doing another one of our on the road shows from Washington, D.C., and today's guest is Ross Anderson, senior editor for the Atlantic's science, health and technology coverage. And he wrote a story earlier this year in the April issue called welcome to pleistocene park. Which you don't have to have read to follow this conversation. But here's what you do need to know. A small group, a very small group. In fact, a Russian scientist, an Arctic Siberia, are trying to resurrect an ice age biome, complete with lab grown woolly mammoths. Through a scheme for rewilding grassland. Instead of forest. And while we focus on the particulars of all that in this episode, in a hallway style riff, beginning with the connection to climate change, and then moving to gene editing, to discussing the science of paleontology and the sociocultural and economic aspects of radical geoengineering. This episode is really more broadly about what motivates seemingly crazy ideas, moving them from the lab to the field quite literally in this case, through marketing and narrative, which is where we end and begin the conversation. So when I landed on the website and I see that these guys are trying to re wild all or a great part of northern Siberia and Alaska and the Canadian Yukon with this ice age grassland biome and that they want to put woolly mammoths there. I had the same reaction that everyone listening to this has. It's crazy people. Yeah, totally. Yeah, I was excited to write the piece. And then the other thing about this project that was really compelling is that it's not that these guys were only just romantic about bringing the ice age back to this huge stretch of the earth. Their primary motivation for doing it is to as a climate change mitigation strategy, which is to say that the Arctic is warming very fast and under the surface in the Arctic is what's called the permafrost, this ice that has been there for, in some cases, tens of thousands of years. And in fact, very deep. I read in your article up to a mile deep in something that part of the world was so rich in grass and in large animals at that time, it's got lots of sort of organic matter, which has lots of carbon in it. In fact, more than the entire output of the United States right now. Let's take a step back for a minute. First of all, was a connection between the permafrost and climate change. How can we manage a grassland step with some fluffy, furry.
Ground Zero Media
"geo" Discussed on Ground Zero Media
"To create a averse. And i. i don't know of anybody knows where that term came from the metaverse. Actually neil stevenson. Who wrote snow crash and in it. the metaverse refers to this immersive digital environment where people interact avatars. The idea of meta meta emmy ta or mehta prefix made it means beyond and verse refers to a universe so it's beyond our universe and tech companies. Use the word to describe what comes after the internet and that is a universe or metaverse within our universe which may or may not be relying on vr. Glasses he may be a point where you can just have you know implants in your ears and your eyes and a what is called A suit you wear a it's it's a suit that makes you feel haptic to haptic suit as what they call it was telling me all about haptic suits and how they're like available now seven thousand dollars you can get a haptic suit where you're feeling everything is going on in this metaverse in the virtual world so think of it as embodied internet. You're inside of rather than looking at instead of looking at it you're in it. You're that you're you're you're the avatar your the being inside so is digital round. Wouldn't be just limited advices. I mean you're an avatar seen walk around in cyberspace basically people maneuver in the physical world. But he would allow users interact with people on the other side of the planet. So it'd be like you're in the same place. Same continent k. e. for a robust virtual universe. Everyone needs to want and everybody has to make or they have to make this affordable for everybody they have to be able to afford these the special glasses these vr headsets. Does that sound interesting. The special glasses to see the virtual world. It's kind of like they live. It's kinda like well. It's kinda like his free guy. show too. I mean he had to put on glasses. He has to put on glasses in order to see that he is a you know a. He's a what do you call it. A non what they call that anyway. it's it's just. The technology is is is there. I guess but it has to be reworked and re redone so that everybody can afford it and it has to be stylish enough minimal enough interest people and it has to be sophisticated enough to work seamlessly. And we haven't got the seamless part yet. It hasn't happened yet but the theories. They're the moves. Are there the movies are there. The predictive programming is there. We are going to ignore our nature in our reality to create a metaverse universe alongside our universe five zero three two five zero eight sixty advisor or three to five zero eight. Sixty unplug lewis. You're listening to ground zero and we'll be back. I'm plate lewis and you just listened to a segment of ground zero in order to access the complete archive shows and podcasts. You must sign up on our secured server at aftermath dot media. It's only four ninety nine a month for the archive shows and podcasts. Or you want access to the ground zero online library which includes videos audio clips e books documents a social media platform plus the archive shows and podcasts. It's nine ninety nine a month again. That's aftermath dot media at aftermath dot media. Thanks for supporting ground zero..
Overheard at National Geographic
"geo" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic
"Back in his lab thomas near the finish line with the beaver kale. So it's four thirty three pm. On tuesday march twenty third. Twenty twenty one and i've got a bit of an update for everyone as in all things in life things can change. He's almost writers ship it out and then he gets phone call so going into this morning was all go. Go go full commander mode macgyver. Mode just figured out hard and fast. They could slow trying to get this thing shipped out later this week for projects like this. Have a lot of moving parts in the photographer. Run until. Tom has been delay. He won't make it into the field before the ice melts so the beaver cam won't see action just yet there will be no triumphant. Send up of all the gear at the end. Tom says it was disappointing to get that call but he was also relieved as an engineer. Any real funding through engineer. One wants to. I don't like that. I rushed the half the rush project. So when you get more time all the sudden you're like okay for something. I can go take an app. Okay great secondly. I can take time to work out all the problems okay. There was one upside since the bieber. Cam was delayed. I actually got to see it in person and there's really only one feature that dominate your attention the glass dome of the underwater housing the camera peering out. So this looks to me like a giant robot. I it's big black unblinking scary. This is big brother right. This is close enough. And that's an interest for now that unblinking robot is sits and tom's workshop waiting for its chance to capture beavers like. We've never seen him before. But already thomas. Dreaming up new uses for the beaver can for one he plans to reuse it with other photographers and other projects beyond beavers and he also sees some more possibilities to bring to life so with this. I can now sorry. This is all very exciting. My brain we could make a zoom call or like a video call conference call on his computer and then have the footage be direct from an underwater view of a beaver. That's right either. Lucien livestream straight from the dam. And maybe you would see us beaver swimming by or something like that crazy. I just thought about that. We're going to have to try this. And even though the beaver came as finished there's plenty of day-to-day craziness. He's also a one man. Help hotline for our photographers at anytime. He could get a call in the middle of the night from india or an update from exports stranded on an iceberg. So you know it's always exciting everyday is exciting match. You never know what screwball thing saga refer or visual journalist is going to come up with next black so i got an idea kimball do this. And whenever those ideas come up we have a guy actually our secret weapon and with a sign off for now by all right so if all this talk about photography has you fired up. Check out the show notes. We have plenty of photos. Arctic wolves sage grouse as captured by the funky bird train and a super slow cheetah running at top speed. You got to check this out crazy. Also for world oceans day. Learn more about the legendary jacques cousteau he pioneered scuba. Diving brought the ocean to our living rooms and sparked people to protect the world around us and even though the beaver cam photos haven't published get. We have a really cool story about beavers and how they changed the world around us. It's a previous episode of her called march of the beavers. Some of you may have already heard golsen again. It's awesome check it out and you feed or in the show nuts too right there and your podcast app. And while you're there be sure to rate in reviews and apple podcasts. It really helps other listeners. Find us over. National geographic is produced by jacob. Pinter ranga tears. Morrison alana strauss in manica wilhelm our senior producer. Karl wills our senior editors eli chin our executive producer of audio's arnold on our fact checkers robin palmer and julie beer per copy editors amy klobuchar huntsville sue composed. Our theme music and engineers are episodes. Thanks to karen circa for archival research and for providing the recording though the episode. This podcast is a production of national geographic partners. Whitney johnson is the director of visuals and immersive experiences. Susan goldberg is national geographic editorial director. And i'm your host peter gwen. Thanks for listening in seal next time..
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"geo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"To Geo or Shelagh waved at it off speed down in a way wasn't close Strike one for shallow fly out the first so after the game. The comments at the White Sox club house backed up Mercedes when LaRussa kind of backed up the bus over him. And it caused a lot of controversy around the White Sox. One strike pitch, her shell, a swing and a miss it a fastball right down the chute. It's going to And it was day Tyler Duffy threw at Mercedes. In retaliation for what happened the previous night, and the Russo didn't have a problem with it said that public Well, the only issue That I have. I see the different sides that people have There been some great arguments that have been presented 02 fastballs highball one about him. Twins are putting in a position player. They'd really don't care about the game. We're trying to save their bullpen. They're trying to Win the next day. When the next couple of days I get that, so you know, all bets are off. There are no unwritten rules. But I still think this unwritten rule. What is the count? What is the score regardless of who's on the mound? Want to change up was pulled on the ground foul wide of third by your shell account holds a ball and two strikes here with one out a scoreless game judge at first bottom four and I think you could even say to add on to that. Besides, what is the score? What is the count? You could also say what anymore we had. And then you could even add one more thing, rocks and say where we played because if you're playing in a place like Colorado Three account, and the score isn't the only determining factor of whether you swing it.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"geo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Is Geo km. Why I HD to San Diego Live local breaking why San Diego's being called an example for the rest of the state. I'm look Donna Harvey and Ted Garcia, It is 802. It's San Diego's Morning news. Nat Geo photographer trying to document every animal on the planet. Wow, he tells us about it. Live at 8 10. We have Sally explaining with news about your money at 8 25. Let's get to your roads with Kevin Dean. Anak, sitting here on the westbound side of the 80 lost coaches wrote at the end of the On ramp there in Lakeside from the helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic said it started out with a two car crash and then the third car. Oh, it was a Corvette. Sorry. Donna ran into the two cars that were already over on the right Children. They're me. No, I'm sure it'll be fine. Looks like just a fender bender. Here. Drivers were OK, but that's westbound. 78 lost coaches Road on ramp westbound side of highway 54 Woodman. What's out of car blocked in the slow lane getting that over to the right shoulder south out of the 15 at Lake Hodges cleared an accident. There was stolen car with right shoulder. Now we're getting reports of south out of the 15 of West Bernardo. So that's just past the The bridge over Lake Hodges. There, it looks like you just south of that there was a car that was stalled out in the slow lane. They're stalled out the slowly after running over something in the freeway there unknown objects. OC, speaking to run a second traffic break on that sometime, 15 down towards via Rancho to clear all the brake lights and the debris out of the lanes. It looks like it's some sort of metal debris. Coco's next real time Traffic update at 8 10. Time now to check in with 10 news meteorologist making Perry Hey, Megan, hey, guys, low clouds and patchy fog early with high clouds passing overhead through the day. That clown's this morning and tonight into tomorrow morning.
"geo" Discussed on KGO 810
"Geo. A 10 KGO has the best line of of local tacos to the country. Nikki Maduro in a cagey all morning show 6 to 10. Mark Thompson 10 to noon that Thurston Noon to three. Chip Franklin 3 to 6 and John Rothman 69. This is K G O San Francisco a cumulus stations from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark is the vaccination push continues. Governors say they need more doses. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and a pop up vaccination site this morning, said This is a fight. When you tire before the enemy tires, you know what happens. The enemy wins. The body in administration has set a goal of 100 million vaccine doses administered in its 1st 100 days. Is that target ambitious enough, White House Deputy press secretary Karine Jean Pierre tells ABC is good morning America President Vine has taken Cove it very seriously and understand that we cannot waste any more time and as a government, we need to act now. Friday. The president called on Congress to act to help Americans financially, says ABC is Andrew Dember. Biden is calling for another sweeping economic stimulus package in the range of $2 trillion. It would include another round of direct stimulus payments to most Americans. This time to the tune of $1400.600 dollars, which is already past is simply not enough. He's also calling for extended unemployment benefits, more money for small businesses and $160 billion for vaccine distribution and testing. Senate approved retired General Lloyd Austin is secretary of defense Friday. I'll begin former President Trump's second impeachment trial February 9th. Broadcast icon Larry King is died. He was 87. Earlier this month, Larry King was hospitalized with Cove in 19 King dying here in L. A. At Cedars Sinai Medical Center of the age of 87, best known for his 25 years on CNN hosting Larry King Live, Sir Paul McCartney..
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"geo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Heo Geo and K. M y I HD to San Diego. Live local breaking in the Cocoa New Center. I'm Phil Farrar, the talk in Washington security and what happens after impeachment 2100 troops around the Capitol building in Sacramental National Guard troops also At the building, but they say everything is clear and the blocks have all been cordoned off for several blocks until you get to the capital. In Sacramento, San Diego congresswoman several Jacob's calling for an investigation into military members who have may have taken part in the insurrection on Wednesday, January 6th at the U. S Capitol. You know, it really saddens me. San Diego is a proud military communities. They wanted us to make sure that we looked into it and that we help these people accountable it really in order to uphold their oath and their honor because they felt like that was being this Merged by all of these people that they were hearing about. Jacob says she hopes the Armed Forces Committee will take a look at what led to the incident. And Escondido Wal Mart store is set to close today for cleaning and Santa fist sanitation amid the core Corona virus pandemic. That's according to the company, the Escondido neighborhood market. Is located at 12 66 East Valley Parkway. Closes right now. The location will reopen on Tuesday, January 19th at 7 A.m.. Go. Go's updated San Diego weather Here's what we have in store force today. Beautiful just like it has been on fighting and Saturday, but everything is going to change..