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"galster" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Between the us and france and other is so that the afghanistan cannot become again a safe haven for terrorist organizations. This is one of our main goals but we have at least two other very important goals. One is that afghans and not only are nationals. Where stealing afghanistan can travel freely and can go at the country they want to and also the rights human rights and in particular. The rights of galster women are respected. How do you plan to enforce both of those latter concerns ambassador. One is the we know that there are two hundred individuals that are apparently allowed to fly out of afghanistan today but is the free transit of others who want to leave a function of just the goodwill of the of the taliban or does the united states france and our allies have greater leverage than just. Just hope well. It's a great question but we have our discussions with with the taliban of course on the six travel but they wanted. The new government in afghanistan will want to to to have normal recognition and cooperation with us. Then know what are our criteria watch our most important criteria and i mentioned that show enough. We have in france ultra left afghanistan into at the end of two thousand fourteen and we have already had eight hundred afghan allies Leaving afghanistan since then in april when we call the french people to leave afghanistan. we could also bring again more than six hundred and from our of and then since a fifteen hundred august we have brought a two thousand eight hundred people. Most of them have guests our cable and we brought them to france batch. Indeed there are still people who need or want to go outside or to travel to be free to travel maybe then to come back to get inside no but we must insist on that and we learn effectively use. Our influence to to reach these goals of we're talking to the france. Bathrooms united states philippine ambassador. During the trump administration. There was some breaking with with the european union over lots of things. President trump backed out of the iran. Deal the paris climate accord he wasn't crazy about nato threatened to pull off. No i guess. A president macron wasn't that crazy about nato from what i've read either but we now have a different present back in june when the two presents. Macaroni biden met. There was talk by both of them. That america is back. So what is the biden presence. Aiming to france not on to france means indeed for instance. The us first day of the mandate of president biden being back in the climate paris climate agreement. Which means a lot. We need someone to act more rapidly. Look at what happened in louisiana new on new jersey new york recently. We have no choice and there. It's really important to have the us the us leadership back. It's one of the subject. I mentioned a lot with my intellectuals. During those days in new england in particular here with the governor of massachusetts we are grateful to all those americans who have continued under the amended of donald trump to act for fighting with us against climate change and there are many many other fields starting with a fight against the virus where a new commitment to new multilateral commitment by the..
"galster" Discussed on Fallacious Trump
"Hillary clinton wants to abolish it the labor she wants to abolish our second amendment back big. They didn't deny it. I don't think anybody denied it. Other presidents did not call right letters at some presidents. do anything many people have come out and said i'm light. You really do have to ask you. Where does it stop. Hello and welcome to fallacious trump. The podcast where we use the insane ramblings of a snotty galster to explain logical fallacies. I'm your host. Jim and i'm your host. Mark a logical fallacies aaron reasoning that results in battling valid arguments and the logical fallacy. We're looking at this week. Is the appeals in nature so the nature before before that snow. ghost what. you'll have to look it up. Okay now. It's not as an unscrupulous person who is kind of out for themselves like often politician. Sex such a lovely word ought to be out of the muppets or something like that. I can imagine it would be a solver. Oh yeah weirdly is kind of orange orange hair. Yeah yeah so. Maybe it's a bf g kinda word. Yeah yeah yes yeah anyway. The appeal to nature as yep when people basically mistake something which is natural for something which is good or make link and say that natural things good and unnatural things bad like because they bro which is sometimes true not true. It doesn't matter whether it's thrown out. There was a paper in the journal medical decision making from two thousand fifteen. They got participants to consider a hypothetical situation where they had to accept some medicine basically and they were also choose between a natural drug from a plant or one had been created in a lab and they were told that both were equally safe and equally effective and seventy nine percent of the participants chose the natural drug versus the synthetic while on just purely on the basis. Just because it was they said it was natural. The weird thing is that when they changed the rules they two different studies. They said It was either less safe. The natural less safe than the synthetic drug or he was less effective than the than the sciatic drug. Yeah still twenty percent to this participant selected. The natural drug over the synthetic drug. Yeah you know. Those are the people that didn't vaccine those of the people. The yeah don't take headache. Tablets headache tablets derived from the of formula. Yeah yeah yeah so yeah. People will choose natural stuff over synthetic stuff they will and you know this. This comes out in marketing as we will discuss purely because they feel like it's better so trump example this week is from a rally that he was doing outside of a big hangar. This is one of the ones with kind of f- walk behind him and he was up on a big stage. This.
"galster" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Who's your rate. That's still normal. Range remember unwind other by what it is they just do. I wanna know you wanna twenty over in that rage waiting. Albie worry everybody travel you. What was your latest blood pressure moms once when when he barks one seventeen sixty nine one something like that put. It is the last On right on the mark twenty eight individuals know why. Y'all know this telling you tell you. If you're going to short you have a chart. Your mike jaw on. I'll go on finding one. I have to back. You haven't reasons one team over seventy okay. Wow that's that's the still in rome like i'll the line and what you did in general and be honest about it because we go for regular checkups said he. I go jack ma. I never ought to be like all. Your pressure is to be over there. I'm not gonna be like oh okay. You're wasn't thirty. Seven rose to love thirty. Should be have that. Those who should weaken love is here. Hey good latest mug shots. A harry g. Good morning harry. You'll harry johari love. you bro. Cheeks ask this weekend last weekend man at the events. God bless the death brooke working. Heavy guy shouts to allen swath. The galster was that allen. Good morning to you. Every wish blood pressure was latest blood pressure and is when i went in july. Okay july will. You might lead mushrooms. Taylor was one sixteen over seventy four every respiration with eighteen. My pulse with avian excellent so a warming rats warm out with the warming. Motion blood pressure. Shahi johnson is in the bell shot. He put your blood pressure and influence them shelby. Pay a show a blessed with the chart with the app in your if not then goes if you have one of those machines. Cow's blood pressure check. Everybody's blood pressure check right now. Exactly the people are dropping so you need to know these things fish zalmai in over seventy four but your blood pressure. It was high. sometimes sometimes. it's so hot. And sometimes you keep you in a hospital. Dave mitchell in hospital with your blood pressure medication. I'm gonna call her and let her know what's your blood pressure. Should know you should know. When is your baby shower. At in texas fisherman officials local officials beige out John jay rock is here. Hey john john from a ninety four point five to play. What's your blood pressure. Hope it's not ninety. Four point five. You're being so charlie you don't know because then it doesn't matter and get it checked out job. Rena williams is the should roussel. Bloodpressure apprentice said his. It's one eighteen. His last one. Eighteen over seventy five left a dr. That's good that's really high pressure like saying she's before dating brought by the fresh was. I'm not exactly exactly. Yeah your staff presents people. One people people will want to know. They're hitting you want cries pig relationships as you need to know. They bloodpressure verse access. Satisfy your pressure might be. I can't do precious the bible right hoping is into his last year and a half will cove it. You should keep your blood pressure normal and Do of the things that keep you healthy. Everybody should they shouldn't have been right on the last year and a half because it will be going through in this world. He will pressures of now because they stay the unemployment going to be all of this week. So maybe the stress harry. He's not hundred over seventy six back but one hundred over seventy six normal stuff. No you should've google it. I who will normal blood pressure put note that number in purses high time one thirty five eighty five. It's not too bad but it's hot. It's hot it's high with is not no one is really is mainly your bottom number that if the bottom numbers high. That's not really get concerned right but it's still. She's still obese. So okay it's not bad when you know almost as high. Oh yeah it's not bad it's borderline. The hers is one thirty over eighty. Three though will any more twenty over eighty abramson. He one sixty four hundred now. That's yeah that's a little. She's a nurse she's a nurse so takeout she's land but but you know she's a nurse you pint takes every six minutes of the day. He got probably destroyed. Have at that right. may this john. Oliver secretaries is one thirty. Five to seventy two.
"galster" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"We have a decision in jeopardy in terms of a new permanent replacement for alex. Tra- back after months of celebrity guest hosts game so veteran and executive producer. Mike richards and miam- bialik. You know her from the big bang theory and blossom. They have both been named as the new house. So mike richards is going to be. The regular like syndicated hosts. That will see every monday. Through friday night. He'll also remain as executive producer. And then my in bialik is going to host some other jeopardy related stuff. I have been chosen as the person to do other jeopardy things. Primetime things spinoff things. There's a college jeopardy name. It and they may dream it up for me to host. And i'm suber freaked about a nagging was thrown your phone thrown. I i love it. Your roof pherson upset about this could hear it. I'm not about her. okay. I am huge jeopardy nerd. I watch it regularly pay for the app. I'd play weekly. i love it love so much. I like her. I wouldn't even bed mad if she was the fulltime host but like it should have been lavar. It should have been cain it. It shouldn't be this producer. It's aggravating as a fan to just be like. Oh okay all right. I guess what we want doesn't matter well. My alec did have a message for all of the fans like you. Who wanted it to be lavar. And if you don't like me as the host of jeopardy i'm sorry i love lavar burton. I've worked with him on big bang theory. I really have great respect for everybody. Who guests hosted and i think it's really amazing women woman host of jeopardy woman certainly excited. She's literally like frigging. How a group of senior executives behind the scene said they. They did extensive research to make this decision. They poured over footage from every episode and reviewed richer research from focus groups and they got input from jeopardy viewers. And that's how they came to this final decision. Yesterday somebody bought a slice of prince charles. And princess diana's wedding cake for two thousand five hundred and sixty five dollars at auction. And i told you this was going on the auction block a few weeks ago and a day. The cake featured a detailed sugar design had marzipan base and it had the real coat of arms in gold red blue and silver. It was given to a royal staffer who ended up preserving it in his beautiful tin and dated july. Twenty nine nineteen eighty-one. That's when the wedding actually happened. So the piece of cake was sold to a man from great britain who described himself as a monarchist and was just really excited to drop twenty five hundred bucks on a peace gate. That i don't even know what you're gonna do it. How do you get. I can't even get the veggies in the drawer last week. How do you get a case cases. Save that log you're right. I know it's the spring. Mix that i buy every up because it's true for everybody. Okay last week. Ashton could sir and meal kunas kind of had everybody talking they. They sparked this debate when they revealed that they don't wash themselves and their kids everyday dax shepard. Kristen bell hopped on the bandwagon of agreeing with that. Dwayne the rock johnson said. Oh no i'm on the other end of the spectrum. I take at least three showers. A day will ashton. Meal are now making fun of themselves. They posted a video yesterday of them actually beating their children trying to enter them one. This is ridiculous. Dating four four times this great body oils are going to be destroyed. Lastly how passionate are you about your dipping sauces at mcdonald's in iowa man is being accused of making a false bomb threat over his mcdonalds order mishap. Police arrested a gentleman by the name of robert galster junior after he allegedly threatened to blow up his local mcdonalds and punch and employees in the head. Police say go whites or junior called mcdonald's at stay treat street new orleans road mentioning the store blowing up and someone punching an employee who's allegedly upset over a mistake with his order. The mistake was he didn't receive his dipping sauce with his chicken so after police contacted him. He admitted to making the threats in houston. Some pretty major.
"galster" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap
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"galster" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Welcome back to fast. We've got earnings alert. Until the shares of the chipmaker moving lower back results a conference call is underway. Let's get straight to josh. Lipton it with the details. Josh so melissa remember heading into this report until was up about ten percent this year but it was also down about twenty percent from that fifty two week back in april as you mentioned in the after hours giving up some more ground years for their poor beats on the bottom and the top you saw gross margins clock in at fifty nine point two percent. I did catch up with that. Bryce over wedbush. He says the report is a mixed bag. In his opinion it was a good cue to report. He says but gross margin guidance there q. Three and q four is disappointing and matt is going to be some debate about that. Bulls are going to say management is just being too conservative here but bears. He says they're going to counter. The pc cycle could be turning co pat. Gelsinger is on the call right. Now he says intel's uniquely positioned to capitalize when the early innings. He says if sustained growth across this industry and intel is going to deliver the kind of leadership products that customers look for every category. Seven nanometer is progressing very well. He's referring there to the latest and greatest chips as for segments. He saw we. We see sustained straighten. Pc market data center strong as well. But that's strong. Demanding says is pressuring supply chain. Shortages will continue. He says it could take one to two years before industry can completely meet demand back to you all right. Josh thanks. josh lipton intel shares. There at the after session lows practically down by three percent or so a guy down you. How do you interpret that guidance. I mean the the back. Half i guess is in the eye of the beholder i look at it and say they beat this quarter basically by twenty one cents and they guided hire full year by twenty cents on the streets saying wait a second. You look like you're guiding higher. But you're not really it's not it's not nearly as commensurate as it should be given what they're seeing this quarter. I would say data center a lot better operating margins north of thirty one and a half percent a lot better. There's a lot to like here not on least of which is evaluation. But there's really no growth. That are people getting excited about. I don't think you're gonna get hurt at fifty four dollars. This is the level that it broke out from if you recall back in january. But they're better places to be and we've said that for a while i mean i think. Amd and earnings next week sets up a lot better than intel right here at fifty four and a half. I mean data center be consensus by a little bit more than half a billion dollars. So that was that was quite a beat. Their tim But in terms of the guy. I mean is it too early to cast judgment on pat. Gal galster the new ceo. No i i think we know what pat gelsinger can do. He's been there before he's all about innovation he's already said i'm gonna spend twenty to twenty two billion dollars next year. We know that they're going hard at work. This global foundries steel no comment. But i think he's going to be aggressive In maybe moving things faster than people expect. I think the issue is. You can't turn this business around after three or four years of under investing in it overnight so The pop that came from this gelsinger takes over. A man's certainly been in the dna in the fiber of the company known for innovation. Comes back on board. It's gonna take some time. The foundries seven nanometer updates are great. But it's you know what i heard out of. This tape was really more. The company talking more about dynamics in and addressable market and what's going on overall for the industry to get back to some of the supply chain dynamics that he wants to so. I don't love the outlook. Because i don't think you could have expected a lot here. I think the stock is very cheap. And that's what you're excited about right for more reaction to intel's earnings. Let's bring in. Jared weisfeld tech sector specialists at jeffrey's jerry. Great to have you with us would have been too much to expect. Raised back half of the year guidance. By more than what they already beat given pat. Gallagher's been on the job for a matter of months. I think that's a great point and it's exactly what guy was talking about. If you sort of look at the full your ratings. They raised by about twenty cents but it's very misleading under the service. Because if you actually look for q three to four percent tax rate so it's actually a very low quality underneath the surface because they're benefiting from a very low tax rate which is artificially boosting your. Eps number you know that's something that ibm investors can remember all too well but i think the bigger problem here and why shares are down is. It's all about the second half per smart trajectory where the implied q. fortress margins really down or. They're missing the street by about two hundred basis points so we're starting to your at fifty nine percent and exiting the year closer to fifty three percent. Investors are all already worried about increments competition from. Amd this is only gonna feed into that narrative pretty significant way. So what does that mean. What a what do you glean from this quarter in terms of what this means for competitors you do you see that intel it remains weak and competitors are still eating their lunch. Unfortunately it's just more questions than answers because the narrative is going to be. How do we should we think about pricing. Amd has an incredibly competitive product especially on the.
"galster" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"The return to in-person social life is fast approaching the dc region. Wmu's domonique maria. Benassi recently. Visited the dc improv. Comedy club a venue that is reopened after being closed for more than a year alison. Hi dominic nice to meet you. Yeah elbow to elbow there. You go temperature. Checks were ninety. Five point seven okay. I'm alison jaffe. Owner of dc improv and her staff are getting ready for friday night. Show jaffe and general manager. Antoine griffin are giving me a tour of their showroom after being shuttered for thirteen months in having to lay off staff griffin. Says they're excited to be open again. Wolf thirteen months of being cooped up in the house. Everyone's already seeing everything on netflix. Within the first six months so something new something. Fresh is what people are looking for right now. Johnny says while they are comedy club. There's nothing funny about safety. The h vac system has been upgraded hand. Sanitizer stations are in every corner reminders. To wear masks flash multiple. Tv's and tables are spaced. Well beyond the required six feet of the a lot of people forget that the pandemic is still happening. as we are getting to better numbers right now So we still have to be cautious for our staff. The comics and the customers. They're sold out tonight with sixty people expected in a showroom that usually about two hundred and fifty people at the rate of twenty five dollars per person. Jaffe says they're not making any money. The way i looked at it was we're losing. We're losing being closed. If i could lose the same amount of money by being open and give people work and give people a place to have like good time. I felt like it was worth it. I like to stay for the show but unfortunately with capacity limits in place. I have to leave outside and connecticut. Avenue northwest for showgoers are waiting in line for their health screenings before entering the building at the griffin takes each customer's temperature and then reminds them the cove safety protocols galster's mushroom remastered. All top alicia. I could be eating drinking. Reggie glass from prince george's county is waiting in line. For his fiance fiancee's birthday was yesterday. So i was like let me go ahead and do some special for her and just kind kinda talk just laying around the house. This is first time to a comedy club in more than a year. He says he feels safe to go out. Now like i know here. I like that. You had to actually by the table because normally at a comedy club they pack you all in but now you have your own table so i mean you feel a little more comfortable like net a little further up in line Liz morgan nor abdulle from arlington. We've been waiting for to open for ever. A bill says while they're unfamiliar with the comic performing tonight they say. Dc improv is one of their favorite spots. How does it feel like. Does it feel normal yet fascinating. I don't i don't know it does not go. We don't have to wear masks. And the capacities normal. The mayor has announced that indoor capacity restrictions will be lifted on june eleventh but the pandemic isn't over yet and if the last year has taught jaffe anything it's you just can't predict anything and you just can't land anything from dc improv. I'm dominique maria. Esi thanks for joining me for. Consider this from npr. Listen again next time. We'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere. In your world i'm wilson..
"galster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tomorrow is the biggest day of the year for football fans, and we all know it's going to be a little weird for some seeing Tom Brady play in a Buccaneers jersey. But ahead of the big game. Somerville mayor Joker to Tony, who calls himself a newly disgruntled Pats fan, is offering up some advice and tips about Super Bowl parties during a pandemic Sunday. And your big, suitable party this year are simple. Message to you is don't have one. Now. I know what got skin and I know Tom Brady Glock a back in the Super Bowl, but they're playing for another chief. All right now, here in the past jersey they're not The mayor also brought former Buccaneers player and Summerville High graduate Galster. Cheryl is on the Somerville Sports show and asked him if he'll be celebrating Super Bowl 55 with the party this year, with all that's going on in my college, I'm sure my buoys get great. Damn. You still have some full section on the chair for that? Just sit back on our couch and enjoy the game. Kickoff is tomorrow night at 6 30. You can watch the game on WBZ TV, You know, so much has changed in our lives over the past year. Or so, including events routinely postponed or canceled altogether well. The Boston Red Sox are planning to uphold the annual tradition known as Truck Day When the team's equipment truck heads to spring training in Fort Myers, Florida the truck will be leaving Fenway Park around two o'clock Monday afternoon. Milford resident L. Hearts behind the wheel for the 24th straight season, fans are being urged not to come to the ballpark because of Cove in the event will be strange for you live beginning at 1 30 Monday afternoon. Nurses are being warned about scams targeting frontline health care workers during Cove in many of the nation's nurses air getting fraudulent phone calls as they give so much to their communities during the cove in 19 pandemic, all of them call and say you're in trouble, and if you don't take action immediately, such as pay us the money. We're going to arrest you or suspend your license. On the spot, Do Tedford, his director of the Arkansas State Board of Nursing some of the scam, phone calls or showing up on caller I, D and that state with the board's office? Phone number. Jim Krystle, a CBS Does It's 12 await over now to Bloomberg. Business. Shortages of computer chips continue to disrupt the auto industry. Chrysler now part of stolen kisses, joining G M and Ford and temporarily halting some production. It will idle it's minivan plant in Windsor, Ontario, for three weeks starting Monday. Wall Street wrapped up a positive week with a modest gain. Investors are hoping a week January jobs report Willie's passage of President Biden's Pandemic relief plan. The Dow Jones industrial Average Rose 92, the S and P 500 gained 15, the NASDAQ added 79. With legal bets on Sunday's Super Bowl expected to set a record online gaming companies closed higher draft kings Rose 1% Penn National gained almost 9% Both are up 35% so far this year. Pizza shops are expected to see their biggest Super Bowl Sunday ever. With many Americans planning to watch the game at home. They've stockpiled ingredients and added staff. I'm Larry Kowski Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's use radio. It's 12 09..
"galster" Discussed on Bunker Brothers
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"galster" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"Doctors and hospitals social workers questioned. Why disabled woman should be given full care. Advocates had pushed back now. Congress could see. The treatment in the hospital was not working. Sarah was desperately trying to communicate something. There was no smiles. It was mouth wide open. Arms clinched up tears running down her eyes and she was in distress. She was struggling to get air and you could just see the panic and fear in her eyes. She would rest for a few minutes. Take a nice calm breath for monette. Closer is in the wake up in absolute fear. She could not take a breath now. Congressman barnett agreed with the hospital team. It was time to start and of comfort care for sarah hours. Later on sunday morning a phone call woke up burnett at her home charge nurse just called me about three thirty in the morning and said i'm sorry to inform you that sarah passed away ceremonies. Sweeney didn't ni- covid nineteen. She was tested twice in the results. Were negative. She died of aspiration pneumonia. That's a serious medical condition. But usually it's treatable. Doctor told kimberly congress that sarah to the icu. It didn't happen that she needed to be put on a ventilator but then she wasn't the issue wasn't a shortage ventilators. We're gonna sending ventilators to new york. I don't feel a and this is my personal opinion. I feel like they didn't like she was worth that we ask the hospital. A spokesperson for providence will limit falls. Medical center. said we are not able to comment on the care of a specific patient and added. We are committed to providing compassionate appropriate an excellent care to all who come to us. Without regard to ability or disability in reporting on sarah mcsweeney npr and investigated about a dozen cases in oregon. We talked a warrior. State officials doctors service providers and people with disabilities. We made public records. Request we've found multiple cases in oregon. Where people with disabilities and the elderly people were denied hospital. Care or treatment or pressure to sign a do not resuscitate order in march disability rights oregon received another complaint and investigated and substantiated. That's lawyer jake cornet talking to. Npr about another case when he told state lawmakers about in june a case in another hospital in another part of the state of another woman with a disability being inappropriately influenced about life sustaining medical treatment. He says the doctor pressured the woman to sign an order to forego lifesaving care the woman with an intellectual disability needed to be on a ventilator n fast but a doctor at the hospital in pendleton oregon objected and the physician in that case talked about the low quality of life of the person with a disability cornet runs a federally funded legal group disability rights oregon it protects the rights of people with disabilities cornets attorneys. Got the woman transferred to another hospital. One that put her on a ventilator. After being very very sick she survived in another case. Staff at a group home took a sixty four year old man to the hospital with symptoms of covid nineteen. The man has a significant intellectual disability. He's a quadriplegic. He can't speak. He's fed through a tube. Serve zini who runs the group home agency says emergency room staff refused to test the man and one medical staffers said out loud and with anger giving the cova tests would be a waste of valuable. Ppg the didn't want to use their personal protective equipment for such a disabled man. People tend to think that are just is still being stories. That would never happen. But they do. And they have and they and they will. That's oregon state senator. Sara del sur testifying at that legislative hearing galster looked into these cases she wrote legislation that became a law in july. It said doctors and oregon cannot for someone with a disability to sign a do not resuscitate order. Someone like sarah mcsweeney so happy. And ooh fee and funny. The last word about serb mcsweeney goes to highly barnett. Who helped mcsweeney make decisions about what she wanted in her wife. I was lucky to know her for the last three years. And i got to know her and how she communicates and what's important to her and how. She jokes around now used to teaser. That she was a princess. And i was going to buy her a tier You know and and laugh you know. And and she was so much fun and and even though she had these medical issues she was vivacious. Facials shade just lift her life and she was a beautiful person.
"galster" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Tell us why georgia is on their minds. That's coming up just ahead here on the world. I'm marco werman this is the world we're co-production of gbh boston and p rx. We don't know exactly where the new corona virus came from one theory. It went from bats to another animal to people. The missing link could be the pangolin. Scaly antidote is popular among smugglers. As the world's patrick win reports from bangkok. The dark trade could be a time bomb for the next pandemic. if you've never seen a pangolin picture in anti-terror the size of a cat with a long pink tongue and they're covered in armor thick brown scales. That look like tree bark. They look like they would make some cute squeaky noise. Penguins don't really make any sound at all well unless there's flashing in the mud which they really liked to do. They're just really amazing to watch. Yeah they're adorable. Animals really totally harmless. Steve galster helps run freeland a nonprofit that tries to stop traffickers of people and animals. They've got offices in kenya. India and thailand and they've seen a lot of penguins because penguins are the most traffic animal in the world. They hang out in trees and warm places sub saharan africa india southeast asia and catching them is easy. Galster says going out usually with dogs sometimes alone smoking or shaking trees to get the penguins to drop when surrounded. They won't bite or claw or even stick out their tongues. poor pangolin only defense against people or anything is to crawl up into a ball poachers in india filming themselves hacking. Down a tree to catch a pangolin. The animal is valuable for their meat. And because people think they're scales can cure diseases though. That's not true. Generally speaking it's illegal to capture penguins and move them from country to country. But that's what happens. Trucks full of live penguins usually driven from their tropical homeland all the way to china the biggest wildlife market on earth and along the way galster says penguins only get fed sporadically. They would put a hose and the penguins mouth and they would even feed it some lake. We call it mealie meal so it'd be a little bit of starchy subject in the water. Hydrating them keep them alive alive but just barely so they get weak and sick with whatever microbes. Pick up in transit then. They're often kept in a hot damp warehouse with all these other traffic animals. Here's taivon win. With save vietnam. Wildlife it not pangolin. It may be many wildlife win. Helps run one of the top pangolin rescue operations in the world. He's rescued them from warehouses. Jim packed with animals. That would never interact in the wild turtles and sugar. Gliders and pangolins breathing all over each other and the pangolin alien as it looks is a mammal so it can easily give viruses to us. Steve galster says these warehouses or markets are just breeding grounds for viruses with all these animals coughing peeing. Pooping all kinds of things that can help spread whatever they're holding onto. That's what i'm saying. These are time bombs but is this how covid nineteen really started earlier. This year a chinese study said evidence showing the virus jumped from penguins to people with strong newer. Research suggest maybe not either way covid nineteen. That's already here. But if this pangolin trade continues it could spawn another pandemic on that front. At least there is good news. So he's human fung. Jim and ginger years. Do y'all you hold on chinese officials. This year announced a new crackdown on the wildlife trade putting penguins in its most protected category. That's great but here's some bad news. It comes courtesy of a former thai anti-narcotics officer pech odd seeing chai who in a recent speech compared animal traffickers to drug traffickers. Is almost the same. I confirm that it is almost the same. Every activities everage supply shares and everything. They almost the same. The same routes the same tricks for slipping across borders. It's the same whether smuggling penguins or cocaine. You can see why this is bad. There's been a crackdown on drugs for ages and they get past police all the time. Steve galster from freeland says it is often the same groups moving meth today and wildlife. Tomorrow these are criminal syndicates. These are organized. Crooks know exactly what they're doing and they don't care about anything except how much money they're making because wildlife trafficking is so globalised. It's also kind of like climate change a problem that requires a global response. The united states was the leader on wildlife conservation for awhile. It's not right now. There is no leader in the world on wildlife conservation. If anything we need to see china the united states team up those are the two biggest consumers of wildlife in the world yet there is a ton of wildlife crime in america too. So here's the deal we know pandemics. And wildlife are linked we know hiv came from primates. That sars came from a civic cat. He bola probably bats covid. Nineteen not yet clear but galster says we can all see the pattern and what needs to be done. Perhaps the penguin has woken us up. And maybe this is mother. Nature's revenge reminding people that mess with mother nature. It's gonna mess with you for the world. I'm patrick win in bangkok. All eyes are on georgia and this being the world. I'm talking here about the state of georgia not the nation in a january special runoff election. Voters in georgia will determine if the democrats or the republicans control the us senate. 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"galster" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"It was sort of that time when you had to wait for the next one to come out. He you know I hadn't had that experience dance for a long time or maybe with rating so with the Harry Potter one. My husband used to joke. Oh Yeah you'll be lining up at the bookstore with all the kids in the types and it was so that one actually got me back into the joy of waiting for the next one to come out you know being so involved in those characters and these days. I actually seem to read more one offs but I do like that I LIKE FIT TV series. Paul Dak so I should try the books of their also people have been recommending to made the Atlanta series of books which I haven't Bridget either but in terms of series of the ones of thinking I should delve into also people even without having exactly a plea series people off Discovering Northern they like to read everything by that all the heavy survivor authors like that that you apart from. JK rollings that she liked to everything they right. Yeah there's a English Author Code Hilary Mantel at Hillary. Sorry sorry is a ruin probably not but also Michelle Love Rick One of his echoed the book of Human Skin and then I was Like kept divided in head to go back and find all of her other ones She is things called the flooding room. She writes a lot about Venus. Its historical And I really love those. They're sort of the very poetic descriptions but strong poetic distruptions just really Lee surprising and Great characters too so so Michelle. lovric is is one that what what Sixteen seventeen in hundreds that kind of thing. Yeah Yeah it's amazing. How many good writers there are around? You know even be joined this podcast for two years and I'd say probably probably at least sixty percent of the people we have on our historical fiction writer suspect. Nobody's mentioned her nine to me before and she sounds as if she'd be really good but but there's lots of undiscovered treasures. There isn't there. Yes that's right. Yes I chanced upon him by winning that book at a rifle so are you know. It's just those things and then yeah and then I really Seek thematically published. Now yeah been fantastic now Coming around with starting to come to the end of that time to gate aside just taking a look back over your right and Korea at the stage if you join the driver ever again. Is there anything that you would change. And if so what would that Bay Probably not in terms of my life experiences. It says because I think it was great that you know I really enjoyed my science career. I really enjoyed Trying out and just adding all these different things to your life experienced experienced before you Before you go to right because it's kind of like it's an outpouring of stuff that you've cumulated in your life life experience that comes out on the page The only thing the major thanks for perhaps other writers that I've learned was Just the the process of trying to get published The first time I tried to do that with my facebook it took me about three years of individually trying pushing rushing match and I learned a lot about going the right way I did things the wrong way and I learned more about how I should have done it when I did. It should get my fist published. So there's all that learning but you can't help it you know that's that's all part of life and The things that you pick up along the way he and yeah but now so there's nothing really that I would change Don't think who you published with now Ellen Unwin Albright Year through a well known Australian. Yes usually well. Nine galster nation frightening them both in Australia and New Zealand Eland So this great teams that helping me the so. What is next for Stephanie? The writer I know you've mentioned you're going on a book tour to Australia and Favorite Tennis Bat way obey in that show. This will be being published. Probably late late January sleeper. So what what are some of your dates. The guy going to Melvin In full let's face it off. Then I'm going through to sort of one bowl along the coast In through to Adelaide eight Canberra and Sydney around the Sydney area in Huxley up the Coast Towards Brisbane bit is well. So slow that's Yes that some of the major ones ED lighters Canberra's A few days off the bat and Sydney around the weekend of the fifteenth of but all that should be on my website soon great it and what about works in progress. Have you got anything else. That you've got on your track riders Yes yes sows in speaking about that series I'm yeah it's another one that is connected to these other two so in the face novel. The same scene starts with my heroin has to give up a trial to go on on this boy. She's an illegitimate Mother and she's he's being abandoned by her family and Her choice is to give up a child in disguise himself as a man in flee the roth of his family And in the third book I'm writing the story of the boy so this child that she gave up So it's it's what happens to him ultimately and how he reconnects with his mellow yeah so intensive series. It's great right to keep some of those characters going in. Yeah they feed into each of the books even if the standalone stories they fantastic and how much of that one is is historically accurate. It's based at the time when Napoleon's rain is ending so it's A A character. The boy is is growing up when you fist made him and he's a storyteller and he's traveling storyteller and he's being moving through. These areas added a French owned the moment. Because Napoleon's empire is there but the empire is crumbling in having to get out because The Russians impressions a stunning to reclaim the areas of their own side. That's bets the sort of true facts of the time that happening. And then my characters rule made up within that But the true Deitz and those sorts of things of what battles were happening and Things with changing will will be historically accurate. Fantastic of itself would be great. Wayne will that be well. US S. finished the first draft so still got a few more drafts to go before I feel I can even show it's or anyone. I'm hyphen hyping. Hyping another couple of years and should be out on the show. Let's hope let me Stephanie. Now do you like into action with fuel readers and end up assumed that if you do a path from these two would be online. How do people find you online? Do you have a place. We like to talk to raiders. Yes I am on facebook and on Instagram so facebook. I have a page called stiff. I doc in story place An instagram is just undermined name and all that should be on my website which is stiff. KNEE PACK DOT COM Yes so love to in love. Making people in in the flesh is well at different events. Yeah that's lovely and we will have full shine is of this we publish full transcriptions about podcast interviews as a blog and we'll put links to those are all of these particular places in the Charlotte so that if people want to they can find them that way as well. Oh fabulous thank you will be mad. Let's talking it really has and I wish you all the very best with butcher in the state In the in Australia. It sounds like doc that caused that you'll going down as one of the areas. It's been quite heavily hit. So you definitely won't see here the station I think on the trump years coffs harbor and lismore. 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"galster" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Would you expect to see something like that. Would it be a survivable region and it it seems like this is not fully settled settled but we were discussing some potential risks of living in the Galactic Centre. Yes I was looking around for some more details on this in this brought me as questions like this often due due to Centauri Dreams which is wonderful space website and I was reading a blog post by the writer Paul Galster of the Planetary Society in which he looks to the work of Sergei nine auction at Leicester on the idea that the donut shape the dust clouds obscuring half of supermassive Asif black holes might be the result of crashes between planets and asteroids occurring it a thousand kilometers per second speeds pounding everything into into microscopic dust so it's a realm of of a violent collision higher radiation but he points out that while those planets are doomed anything actually any of the planets actually in that region or potentially doomed the resulting dust blocks harmful radiation from all this chaos from reaching the rest of the galaxy the host galaxy us. That's interesting yeah we were talking in the last episode about how dust clouds obscure the galactic centre from our point of view like it's harder to do astronomy looking towards the Galactic Center I would imagine that brightness has something to do with it but also yeah the dust blocks our view does significant dimming it causes many magnitudes needs of extinction to the sources coming from that direction but we do have methods of looking that way now we can do astronomy focused on the center of the Galaxy. I think due due to stuff like looking at infrared and and x-rays I was also looking around and found some writings on this from Phil plait of bad astronomy always a great reader space related topics any points points out that in some galaxies called active galaxies gas and dust fall into the yawning black hole at the center of the galaxy forming a disk of material sometimes hundreds of light years across again. This is going to be a room high temperatures high radiation in intense light that outshines the rest of the galaxy and that would mirror mirror some of the phenomenon we were talking about in the last episode like you've got like this quasar something super powerful in the middle of the galaxy that just sort of like it's sort of is the galaxy and right but fortunately the Milky Way Galaxy is not an active galaxy. It's a quiescent galaxy so it's not quite the cosmic forge we we find in other galaxies where he was just super intense. It is to a certain extent slumbering and we're able I mean I keep coming back to the idea of they're just being like an awful powerful eldrick Deity Center of the Cosmos and we're just lucky that it's the we're in a cosmos a little worn now now taking a lengthy slumber I think at the end of the last episode you were you. Were you sort of fought against the idea of thinking of black villain I know I don't want to think of black black holes. Being you know this has off figure but it's hard. It's hard not to when you when you re things like this so I guess we've been looking at answers for were mostly like no. We're looking at the idea of the inner galaxies a place where you're probably not encountering you know planets where life is evolved there. There are a lot of risks in the Galactic Centre because you know the things are more densely packed. There's probably more radiation risk probably more gravity disturbance risk but at the same time they're more more stars. You might just get more chances for things to evolve there so it's it's like I was saying it's not settled science but you can point to some things going on there and say it looks it's like there are are risky phenomena near the Galactic Center now indeed if we are dealing with a habitable zones and you know uninhabitable zones of the Galaxy one thing to keep in mind is that technology can potentially change things sure. I just looked our solar system. Yes earth is the like it's it's the the bowl of porridge the gist right but we've discussed on the show plenty of times that there are plan their ideas and concepts where with sufficient technology humans this could live on Mars they could live in the clouds of Venus even here on Earth. We have a neutrino observatory at the South Pole. You know we've got or at least yeah deepen Artika. That's not a place that's inhabitable by Mammals J. C. You know so like we we have found technological ways of overcoming the environmental limitations imposed by the universe and you can see that even without us leaving our host planet so you know if you can build a research station on the South Pole where no mammal like us should be able to survive if you can potentially build a Oh if you can build an I. S. S. and live out in space. You know you can imagine okay just extrapolate that up however many orders of magnitude whatever scale you're talking about to our power to live beyond our original organic means yes. We have to come back to something we've discussed the show before sort of a proposed technological ladder to to God hood if you will the Carta Chefs scale Um an old favourite yes so you got you got basically you've got type one type two and type three and I've also seen people discuss the possibility of the type four but a type eight four so far beyond where we are now. It's almost not even worth thinking about what's even like type. Three is hard to imagine what that would look like. you know we've got more like science is fiction that kind of deals on the realm of one into yeah so we're not even type ones yet. I'm close type A type one civilization the Carter a chef scale should be capable of harnessing all the energy of their planet because basically that's what the scale is about. It's about a civilization's ability to to harness ernest energy yet to take what's there in the universe and turn that into the ability to do work now of course that doesn't necessarily mean work like it's hard to do that could be operating the video game systems of the future whatever to turn it into usable energy right yeah so so again. We're not type one yet. If we harness all the the power all the the the energy of our planet we would be type one. The next step is is a is a type two in which a civilization has become masters of their own star essentially solar our solar system level power and then that type three which is an enormous step then from from from step to a step three civilization has the power of an entire galaxy at its disposal. It's hard to imagine it is very difficult to imagine it against so difficult to imagine agean it it it's almost ridiculous to try and think of what is beyond that you know in in so most of our conversations deal with one two and three most deal with one and two two so level one into the Carta Chef scale would theoretically have access to technology we refer to as dyson sphere named for theoretical physicist assist Freeman dyson and these are essentially means of surrounding a power source in harvesting all of its energy they're different varieties of this. You don't need necessarily think of a hard sphere though I love to because it pops up in that episode of Star Trek but it could also be more like a dyson cloud it could be you know satellites lights surrounding something absorbing his energy so it's maybe oversimplified but the classic example would be just surrounding the sun with something thing like solar panels yeah so you get all of the energy out of it you can just sort of like release waste exhaust outside and use everything the sun can give you yeah the still suits of Dune are sort of dyson spheres for human sweat human moisture. Yeah don't waste a drop yeah. So how does this tie into supermassive acid black holds holes. You might wonder well. I was reading a very interesting paper. this is from a two thousand eleven edition of the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society Eddie and this is buying and Uku titled Tight Three Dyson Sphere of highly advanced civilizations around a supermassive black hole. I read a quote from this quote. A Society of a highly advanced civilization is supposed to require a huge amount out of energy to operate the social system as the gravitational energy released by the accretion of matter into a supermassive black hole is huge a system must speed developed to use this energy in such a society the condition around a supermassive black hole at the center of a of of the galaxy would be more efficient both in extracting acting energy and exhausting the waste energy for advanced civilizations than those of a dyson sphere so basically they're arguing like hey we've touched on before there's a lot going on at the center of the Galaxy. There's a lot of energy at the center of the Galaxy. any sufficiently advanced civilization would go where the energy is and presumably zoom ably have the technology to harness it right extract that energy and do something with it rather than letting it just turn into radiation space yeah so yeah they point out that a huge dramatic radiation energy generates in close vicinity due supermassive black hole in here. You know this accretion disc rotates around it so the potential energy of the creating matter releases to form a hot and dense disk. Sorry I was just for a moment trying to imagine what we would do with it would be like I let's is load up the ten billion spaceships full of coal and take the center of the Galaxy and let the supermassive black hole burn the coal and and then we can use the heat from the cold powers yeah. That's our solution yeah. That's not quite the system that they're proposing here this. This is what they add quote radiation from the accretion disc will be collected by a mere system as a type three dyson sphere waste material and energy he could be thrown off toward the central supermassive black hole and the supermassive black hole would be the final reservoir for all the waste materials for any civilizations. Thus the most advanced civilizations would develop their activities using a supermassive black hole efficiency putting the the power plants around the supermassive black hole at the center of their home Galaxy Galaxy. Wow that's pretty out there. Yeah that's interesting yes so from here they lay out a power plant system that amounts to a sort of dyson sphere or shell. The energy from the power plants is then transferred by electromagnetic waves to habitats of advanced civilization which would be as imagining more sustainable stable regions and then these transmissions would also serve would serve as a power grid but also as highways highways for vessels more or less sailing them as if they were sailing you know the solar wind so putting power plants on a supermassive supermassive black hole well. We're not quite on right close to and then they touch on that to Have you know basically asking answering the question how close with these power plants be right yeah. They say that considering secretaries a star the closest you would be dealing with the closest distance the closest orbit would be six hundred r s that's sort shout radius and they said that the proper area for the power plants and their model would be around one hundred in three to one hundred and four are S.'s also basically just like a hundred of the radius of the black hole region itself self out. I mean that sounds frighteningly close but then again conceivably this would be a civilization that assuming they're not entirely technological by this point you know they they even have any kind of like you know of physical remainder in their their their being their culture again it's difficult to imagine some of these civilizations with him could consist of but even if they were in some way organic still X. Surely this would be the domain of robots they send out yeah the robots into do the hard work at the center and then beam that energy back to the centers of civilization. I feel so two ways race about this because on one hand it's like I I love the idea of people trying to work out how Carter Chef level three power plants would work out would function but on the other hand is just like who don't even we're not. Even you know level one yet yeah so you you have to imagine that even if these authors are totally on the right track that probably a lot of details we haven't we haven't really faced yet and don't really know how to incorporate but at the same time this is this is such a blessed project imagine all right. Maybe like a billion years in the future. What is a what is the civilization due to get their power? Yeah I love. I love papers like there's not now to be clear again again. This is all theoretical right and it's something the authors say we might look for but there's no evidence that something like this is actually going on anywhere in the universe so okay so this is another example as has often been done before where working out the details of potential dyson is fear type project would be mostly useful in the search for extraterrestrial life right right what would be the signatures of this type of technology..