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"gibson desert" Discussed on Coronacast
"Ninety five percent effectiveness astro if you like was a bit more transparent although there were a bit silly and averaging the two trials so you could see. There was part of the study which showed sixty two percent. Genetic study showed ninety percent now if that happened with pfizer madera. Different does is. We don't know that all we know is that the does they've published. They got really good results but the regulators will see those findings. It's there's no. There's no benefit to pharmaceutical companies of lying to regulators like the food and drug administration. Because the will be called out. The penalty is a huge in terms of reputational damage and in the financial damage. So go to get this sorted out. And they've got to be honest with the public but this is the problem with a press. Release you just. Don't get a chance to scrutinize the data. Oh well back to australia and south. Australia is getting the outbreak under control but there was story today that basically a guy awake was tested positive to corona virus and then went shopping and then now being people in those areas are now being encouraged to get tested. Even if i seem dramatic so that public health messaging is out there and if that applies to you then you should do that. But june's asking a broader question about these. Why international arrivals who may or may not be affected if infected with corona bars have to quarantine a hotel but those who are confirmed to be infected who who called. It likely are able to stay at home. That is a superb question. Really good one. And some people are suggesting that people coming from overseas cooed. If they had a home to go to remember some of them are tourists. Not necessarily some of them have been away for a long time and don't somewhere to live in. Which case hotel quarantine is the only option. But some people suggesting that you could. In fact i'm with technologies such as location on your phone. Random checking and that sort of thing quarantine at home but as you can see from this particular case. It relies on trust when that trust is broken. You're risking another outbreak inside the strategy in this particular case hotels. Give you a degree of security. That home doesn't but you can. We rely on trust in the situation. There just seems to be no perfect way of dealing with quarantine and us encase isolation. Isn't there because i've seen other comments on the same sort of issue saying that we should be quarantining people in the middle of the gibson desert. And that's obviously not practical either because if someone gets sick then he'd have access to medical care. Is there anywhere in the world. That's doing this really well..
"gibson desert" Discussed on House of Carbs
"Dig in. God I mean this is just unbelievable. It's kind of like cocoa POPs in somebody's Holy Shit. I can do this entire tire. Pirate now this week for me no. You're wrong reassure US take a couple more bites give it a second. I'm trying to think what remind me. Can I give you a weird recommendation for one. One taste take spoonful and like suck on it so that you're just left with the brittle and then kind of chew on that it's really good. It's like only ah a to a two biter for me though if you feel that way about the brown butter on. I think you might not like butter because that's the richest one I've had yet. Brown I WANNA ask you a question. How about him? Do you ever think about ice cream. Other food in terms of drink pairings. Oh interesting this makes me want a glass of whisky. Oh I can definitely see that those kinds lose those sweet. Yeah what's interesting about it. Is they actually have another wonderful flavor of the whiskey become that rather than making me think. Oh I could just get that flavor sensation station by getting that ice cream. It makes me actually like the idea of pairing us more nice glass of Rye. Maybe a mixture. You're a wild night with your is going to make I think I'm gonNA like gooey butter cake because it's cream cheese. Ice Cream layered with crumbles Vanilla Cake Swirl Caramel butterscotch credible me too. I Love Vanilla cake. It's very rich. I like Caramel butterscotch sauce. I'm going to go. I'm going to taste it first time because I've never had it. WHOA wow hate bites bites really oh my God? I couldn't have all of that was really good. I like it more than brown butter. Do you really I find the cream cheese base in here. It'd it'd be on believably delicious but all of the elements together weirdly though. Yeah but I like having my second is the first one I went back for a second. This is delicious the Cream Liam. She's basis wonderful. It makes me WANNA carrot cake from them or is this really fucking go. Give me a carrot cake My God I I love this on transported to another plane of existence is hitting all the way our love cream cheese love it's delicious flip cream. Cheese preserves in fits Gibson deserts. That's why like I love it. Cream cheese is wanting to dip into for me so do you like a cream cheese frosting and desserts. No really. Oh so you don't like Eric. I like the cake not rushing. Oh my God I eat a carrot cake. You know everybody has a method of eating a racist so fucking good. When I eat a cake I will eat just as a matter of of discipline the cake I kind of his leave all the frosting and then eat the frosting at the end like a psychopath? That is insane. I don't love frosting in general like I very frequently. We'll buy a cupcake just the the cake no processing. When I was a kid I used to go to the grocery store like a pint of frosting and just eat it by the spoon like putting my God? I love putting putting at home. What against putting but like I keep it in the fridge myself? How wonderful? We'll flavor chocolate chocolate putting it takes two minutes pudding. I Love I love putting. I Love Bread Pudding love of rice pudding. I like all puddings. How do you feel about Jello like very much you know the Jello was my bat Mitzvah theme right? Of course I know that my mom had where she lets Jello set like halfway takes it out of the fridge whips and a banana and then let it sit the rest of the way and it's really good banana banana? It's really good flavor. jello usually strawberry strawberry banana. I read the description of this is new. Now we're onto the seasonal flavor. It's skillet cinnamon roll dark caramel cream cheese pastry and cinnamon lots of it. Look at this caramel swirl. This the first time I've had this is a new flavor on overwhelmed right now really excited. Oh my God look how beautiful this looks. I take too much cinnamon. Don't worry too much or despite how is it now. You're deeply contemplative. Now you're loving it. I actually might cry passing over my God. I'm fired up. Did you get a piece of seminal I did. Wow since that cream cheese flavour again the bass player's uniform and that that that heavy note of cinnamon really hits you like a hammer at the end. Holy Holy Crap is GonNa take another bite all these cream cheese basis. I feel like this is like our episode of Call Her Daddy. Because we're moaning into the Mike Score again go cigna while Oh my God okay. Here's my top level review. I think that for a party. The ice cream basis would be really wise. Because you can't have that much of it so you get a lot of bang for your buck with your guests now now for everyday consumption at home. I'm going milk chocolate just as like a Goto in for a special occasion Bradbury. I'm I'm leaving brown butter and coffee. You In my past. Are there flavors that you want to mention that you know you have a fondness for that. Aren't here on the table. For example the sweet cream with biscuits and peach jam is my all time. It's really good it's really good. I my thing Janis. All Time is the riesling impair That's a fucking great ones. The Best Sorbet ever had in my life so so delicate. It's so flavorful and fresh. Have you had the frozen all area. Oh my God it's miraculous it's wonderful. I've gone back from our second chocolate and I'm really happy. You know what else I would. Highly recommend the buttermilk yogurts. They're all phenomenal really. Whichever fruit flavor the watermelon one is one of the best things I've ever had in my life but the lemon? It's the lemon would pair incredibly actually with the chocolate. These are all lovely. I'm blown away by the the skillet cinnamon roll. We'll be ordering that as soon as it's available on my post meets APP. I'm overwhelmed by so great. Just love ice cream so much brings me so much joy same. I'm here. Malice has been delightful. Thank you so much for joining me on this journey. Thank you for having me. Here was an honor and a privilege to share this with you. They mostly thanks to Jenny. Thank you and.
"gibson desert" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"So the Australian desert is the number four largest desert in the world. Yeah it's subtropical. It's about two point seven million square kilometers or one million square miles of Australia. That's about eighteen percent of Australian mainland and it's primarily hi Mary the Western plateau in the interior lands of the country now they have split up into a couple of different ones of just talk about from here so the Greek Victoria Dessert is the largest desert on its own in Australia. It's located in Western in South Australia in it consists of many small L. sandhills grassland planes areas with closely packed surfaces of pebbles called desert pavement or Gilbert planes as well as Salt Lake's. It's the part of Australia with the most populous and most healthly indigenous population in eighteen seventy five British explorer or Ernest Giles became the first European across the desert and he named it after the then reigning British Monarch Queen Victoria sure well next you have the Gibson desert which is located in central Western Australia. It's between the saline lake disappointment and Lake McDonald along the tropic of Capricorn south of the Great Sandy Desert in east of the little sandy desert it was named by Explorer Ernest Giles after a member of his party Alfred Gibson who became loss and presumably died in the desert expedition in eighteen seventy four now. They're like no where we're we're GONNA this desert after you another quick sidebar Australia. We haven't talked a lot about Australia like the weird creatures episode or Yeah. Maybe a couple things here there but for for our listeners listeners who were not in Australia show has six states their New South Wales Queensland South Australia Tasmania Victoria and Western Australia and they have to major mainland territories the Australian Capital Territory in the northern territory so these two territories basically function estates except that the Commonwealth parliament has the power to modify or repeal any legislation passed by the territory parliament's so basically going clockwise here so if you started the nine o'clock position of your clock you have Western Australia then going up the Northern Territory Queensland New South Wales Australian Capital Territory <hes> Victoria Tasmania and it has <hes> basically South Australia like the six o'clock position of o'clock from nine o'clock to six o'clock in that or where they are okay so what the heck does grow in the desert because some stuff does oh okay don't stuff has to imagining so plants animals living in the desert needs special adaptation survive in their harsh environment seriously so plants tend to be tough and wiry with small or no leaves water resistant cubicles and often spines to deter <hes> people that are you know plants animals that are gonna eat them sure so.
"gibson desert" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Loretta Lynn some she wrote it became the basis of a best selling book and the Hollywood movie my daughter Frankie Miller right before that and we'll send that out to make the Gibson desert good friend of Frankie Miller thank you for doing so called black land farmer and we started out with Dave Dudley to six days on the road Truckin Farman in coal mining going to continue our tribute to workers in the way of a celebrating America celebrate the American people celebrate their their their work in their in their their homes this is a good song Alan Jackson he's talking about his father that he can he can be talked about a lot of workers in many feels he's referring to him as a working class hero yeah hold this thirty years all and you won't see no this work and class D. role is always been as a wrong he knows startled no is he just and he he's got one what he's three much bigger than a and then and all one not even he's got B. brown all this work in class the role and that lance he all and two weeks vacation.
"gibson desert" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"I was like, I have no idea, Josh, Josh, and Chuck did just return from an Australia tour and they've got some interesting stories about it. Josh was catch me up on some stuff. Knew who else went to Australia, Scott Benjamin, oh, and he was going to take a road trip and he was also startled by the size of the continent. You know, at this happens a lot to our European friends when they traveled to the US, have you ever met somebody from Europe is hanging out and you say, oh, what are you going to do while you're here for a week? And they're like, oh, you know. Well, I'm in Atlanta figured I would just drive on over to LA checkout Hollywood and then strike back to the airport before Thursday. No, no, it's not happening. It's like just trying to Skype, Texas makes us sound like lunatics. Oh yeah. And just to give anyone who doesn't really know what stralia looks like are you can't imagine your head. Perth is in the south western side of the continent, and then Sydney is in kind of those southeastern corner, not really. Melvin is probably closer to what that would be, but you can correct, but you can. You can see how a flight you could compare that to a flight from New York to LA. There we go. That's the comparison. Yeah, it seven million six hundred eighty two thousand three hundred square kilometers in landmass and most of it is a desert. The place we call the outback not to be confused with a surprisingly popular steakhouse chain here in the US. Yes. If you are Australian and you're listening, we wanna know your opinions so bad about outback, steakhouse, crocodile Dundee. What? What else? Foster's beer, Steve Irwin of course Steve urkel Steve urkel as well. Yeah, I think I would be interested to know how what was that? That was family matters, right. Yes, I would be interested to know a family matters made it to assault. I'm sure they had a huge. We even have listeners in Australia. Shirley family matters. Did. Way to put it perspective and just have an understanding of these desert's. If you're looking like at the top of Australia, it is really everywhere. Everything from the stress, Blackie desert, which sounds very odd. When I say that STR's e. b. l. e. c. k. I desert to the great sandy desert to the little sandy desert to the Gibson desert and the great Victoria desert in the to NAMI desert it. They're everywhere in their huge, right? Yeah. The majority of the continent. Now that's not to say that the whole thing is a desert, which I think is a common mistake. A lot of Americans make the southeast and southwest corners that you had mentioned earlier met have temperate climates. Yes, knowing, I mean, and the northern area and part of the eastern side of the continent are in what again might surprise a lot of us in the US actually tropical and subtropical climates. Australia has a rainforest. I know Ossie listeners. I know that we probably sound kind of like nincompoop. Oops here, but I don't think a lot of Americans know that. No, I think we've been corrected before and it's it's Ozzie Ozzie Ziza. In terms of human population of ozzy's. The first ozzy's may have arrived on the continent as far back as sixty five thousand years ago. That's a long time. We're gonna talk about its history as a prison colony at all, because that's always fascinated me. Yeah, this is. I mean, this is before it was a prison, but yeah. Yeah, no, I know. Yeah, I don't know. Maybe that's too in the weeds. We should probably get to the krypton because that's the game here for right. Yes. So continuing the facts. This ancient migration sixty five thousand years ago makes the ancestors of aboriginal Australians the first human beings ever to migrate out of what's called the afro Asia's fear. That's according to his story. You've all know Harari who wrote writes, excellent books, homo sapiens, moles roommate night, go back and forth for hours about this stuff. But as of July twenty seventeen Australia was the fifty-six most populous. Every population twenty three million two hundred thirty two thousand four hundred and thirteen people. Many of whom to your point Noel. Yes, we're descended from prisoners because for a time, all stralia was treated as a dumping ground for undesirables the whole continent. They started a prison colony, but they were bothering to protect the native people. That's right..