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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

06:39 min | 4 months ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Downed power line. How do you solve a problem like phosphates gypsum? Well I after know what it is, and we should when you dig up phosphate rock and dissolved in acid to make fertilizer, which they do in Florida North Carolina and Tennessee it produces a waste product called phosphates gypsum in Florida that ways distorted out of public view and where it will do the least harm to people piles of the stuff two hundred feet high each pile with a lake in the middle filled with contaminated radioactive water. They're not called piles they're called stacks and the phosphate fertiliser process produces byproducts including the radioactive materials, uranium, thorium, and radio. In a more concentrated formed than those things appear in nature. There are twenty five such stocks of Foucault Gypsum in Florida covering hundreds of acres and weighing over a billion tons. One of the stacks got swallowed by Florida's sinkhole three years ago, causing unknown havoc in the groundwater below. The federal government's Environmental Protection Agency has rules banning nearly all uses of that radioactive waste, but neither it nor the fertilizer industry have figured out what to ultimately do with all of it. But for now, while it's the trump EPA, it's chairman former coal industry kingpins. Scott Wheeler has now loosened the rules on how phosphorus Gibson can be used. Naturally. And here's why I've troubled you with all information about the extra natural radioactive phosphorus gypsum. On advice from wait for it the Fertilizer Institute trump's EPA Scott Wheeler has decided we ought to use all that waste. As. Road building material. To get that radioactive stuff out of the piles and under our cars will require shipping hundreds of miles what could possibly go wrong. Well excessive unnatural radiation exposure can cause vomiting bone marrow damage depletion of white blood cells and internal bleeding to name a few. A substance considered too dangerous for human exposure is now fair game for building roads. And the residential streets where children play. Wheeler says it's all just part of president trump's commitment to win win environmental solutions. This will be our new reality if trump gets reelected. His administration has already reversed ninety eight environmental protection rules. Especial thank you and salute to Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Sarah Beano for bringing this to our attention. Now you and I know about Foucault Gypsum. And why we need to stop it. At the top of today's show, we learned about trump's plan to gut the government of its pros and replace them with puppets. As I said at the top that process is underway what trump's doing now would allow him to do it on a massive scale. But at Noah the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the chief scientist has already been removed and already replaced by a new staff of political appointees who have dark disturbing doubts about this climate change of which we speak. One of the first moves of this new staff was to order the remaining scientists do shut the hell up about climate change. Trump got angry at the agency last year when it contradicted his sharpie altered hurricane mapping trump just doesn't get angry he gets even. The new Noah is poised and ready. If, trump gets reelected. Today's the day today. It becomes legal for logging companies to carve their ways into the Tonga's national forest building roads to carry out the lumber of more than nine million acres of Alaskan, forest. Tonga's is one of our biggest completely unspoiled temperate rainforests. While it wasn't today. Now one, hundred, Eighty, eight, thousand, forested acres are available for Timber Harvest. While, tropical rainforests are the lungs of the planet. One conservationist Tonga's is the lungs of, north? America. Besides being a desperately needed carbon sink, it's also home to trees, brown bears, black tailed deer, trout, and Pacific Salmon. And now under the trump administration. Also, loggers. Environmentalists were alarmed two weeks ago when they followed the two days of questions for then nominated Justice Amy Barrett for all the questions Barrett refused to answer her non answers about climate change were stunning. Under questioning from California Senator Commonly Harris Barrett who's the daughter of an oil executive. Described the science of climate change as undecided. Barrett repeated the Republican. Mantra. A scientist to avoid taking a stand on climate change. Agreed with Senator Harris that smoking, causes cancer, and the Corona viruses infectious. But she would not commit to the science. Her father's industry has fought so hard to deny. Barrett was more soundly outsmarted by young climate activists Greta Bloomberg, who wrote to be fair I don't have any of us on climate change either just like I. Don't have any of us on gravity that the earth is round were evolution. I. Would not say I have firm views on it then Judge Barrett senators. No indeed, she would not say. As if there weren't enough going on the election and Halloween the name to this is also the weekend we fall back in our at two am Sunday morning daylight savings will end and we'll be back on standard time if there even is such a thing anymore. This will go on for a bizarre four and a half months before we switch back to daylight time. Most Americans just wanted to stop this year's annual survey finds sixty three percent of wanted to just pick one and stick to it. but which one to pick? As. Much as some of us have enjoyed the perks of daylight time in the summer sticking the standard time is the correct answer according to the National Safety Council which sees a rise in accidents after the time changes and the national parents and Teachers Association since they have to deal with groggy children. And the World Sleep Society which agrees with the American Academy of Sleep Medicine that standard time more closely matches the human sleep cycle..

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:30 min | 5 months ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on KTRH

"Moreno is the former communications director for the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, senior aide speechwriter and climate researcher For Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma executive editor and chief correspondent for Climate depot dot com, a pioneering climate and Iko news center. And he is discussing his new film climate Hustle to I Got To Say, First of All, I Love the Word Hustle being used. It has it has really meaning. And I'm sure that's not accidental. Why? Why make this film mark? Well, this was needed, especially in this era of the green. New people now being foisted upon America. This movie goes through and explains why why you're being hustled on climate change. What is the reason in the agenda behind it? We did a first film climate as the one in 2016. That's out with the science and why the science was wrong and how they juiced science and how carbon dioxide is not the control knob. But this movie goes behind the scenes of the green new Deal. The missions we show you how even the architect of the green new deal admit this is not a climate thing that they changed the whole condom thing. And why should people care like how does this affect people? Well, this is an issue climate change, and I'll say this before Kobe came along, because I now think over it The covert restrictions and government locked down except by the greatest threat the liberty. But prior to that climate was the greatest threat. I think What's happening now is Climate Cove. It are morphing. We open climate hustle, too. Explaining why you should care. In other words, if you love the covert lockdowns, you're going to love the coming climate lockdowns, And we say this for one simple reason. Because it's true. Everyone from Al Gore to United Nations officials to John Kerry to Greta Bloomberg on down all the climate had been praising the covert locked out is exactly the kind of solutions we needed for climate. They're jealous. And so if you were worried about your home, a pledges their home thermostat your car, whether you're gonna have an internal combustion engine where they will have the freedom to what? You were gonna gesture Thermostat how you'll be able to travel What kind of food you can eat. Warren ik led by the United Nations, including the green, You feel every aspect of your lives is set to be decided. By a ruling experts who have never been elected. These are going to be the climate experts were in a case of covert big public health bureaucrat experts who don't even know the name of their going to determine everything from your backyard barbecue and in case a covert what you go to funerals, weddings visit your loved ones in the hospital. Every decision is going to be made by a essentially a technocracy, and that's what we're warning about. It's ruled by a few elite without people having a choice, and that's what we've seen under covert, and that's what they've been trying to do with climate. In other words, I interviewed the former U. N climate chief who says We seek a centralized transformation that will like life on Planet Earth. Very different. That is the goal of the United Nations attend a and that's the goal of the green new deal. You know, it's amazing market and I really don't think people understand this. It would be horrifying if they did. That the mentality on the left behind this is that less economic activity, less movement less cooling of your home. Less manufacturing that all of those things are necessary in order to save the earth, and those are the very things that make life worth living that that air the great improvements that it took us thousands of years to make that make our lives better, more convenient, more comfortable if people understood there trying to worsen your life as you know it. And that's their hustle. I really think that would be a greater pushback and very well said And this is a moral case. Ultimately, you know, I was at the Rio Earth Summit in 2012, the United Nations. And my speech, which they tried to censor, and they tried to put us off When we had protesters, I explain that carbon based fuels have been one of the greatest Liberators of mankind in the history of our planet. Life went from nasty, brutish and short. To a life of lower infant mortality, longer life span to a technological revolution to the greatest, Ah, boost in quality of life in the and the greatest boost in health. And safety on every metric you Khun Dio, so the idea that they're demonizing this and they're trying to say this is an evil thing that's occurred because we face a climate emergency. They want to take it all away and they wanted to go back. To a localized, very popular existence. But you're not allowed. You know they're talking about abolishing private car ownership, instead offering a roving fleet of electrical cars the public and won the Democratic candidates for president. That was a specific proposal. I mean, this is and this is, you know, it's hard to say what is in and not in the green. You deal with the green you deal is more of a framework in an idea, but that's the goals of the organizers of the green new tail they are seeking. Radical control and radical change to the point where they're going to deny the benefits of fossil fuel energy Mark, I'm sure you're aware of it, but one of the sights I follow and use often. Is a project of the Cato Institute. It's called human progress dot or GE. And they would go through statistical measures. How life is better today than it was 10 years ago, 50 years ago across the My wife is from India. My boys are from Africa. I spent a lot of time in Third World countries, and I see how we've made amazing advancements. And the poorest, most difficult, greatest hardship parts of the world and we're making improvements through as you know the use of fossil fuels. Absolutely. And here's the thing if you actually if you only care about the environment, and you what you want hard quarter, fellas who want to see 80% of the world population disappeared. You still want first simple reason when fossil fuels clean up the environment. I know that sounds shocking. But once you get past and industrialization air like China right now, their emissions have projected the peak in 2030, and then they're going to start. Going down there. Air pollution in cities is horrendous. Why? Because they're going through rapid growth right now, but that will pass as they try to in rapid industrialisation. But the gist of it here is once you get wealth and wealth comes from fossil fuels in the nation. Suddenly you can care about the environment. You can care about environmental standards You have technology.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Welcome to the Glenn Beck program. I'm glad you're here. Did you see the The post from Tim Pool yesterday? A couple here. A couple interesting posts yesterday. Yeah, you know, he first of all, seemed to note that Kamala Harris may have solicited help from foreign governments or for foreign individuals. Which was a pretty interesting pickup in that prank call from the fake Greta. I'm going through. Did you hear anything too far down this road now? So Greta, a fake. Greta called Kamala Harris with a fake Svante, which is her dad. And there were these two Russian pranksters that have done this to a lot of politicians and they were promising, you know, like we need to do this other X Y and Z on the climate. At one point, she says she has a fake. She's a recording of Trump saying something controversial and offers it to Harris. And Harris is like Oh, thank you. That would be wonderful. And it's like seemingly like playing along with this person who is not actually Greta Bloomberg. So it's it is Russia. It is actually a Russian, which is kind of funny. So there was that one he posted, which I thought was an interesting pick up from that. And then also his voting preference. Yeah, he says, Trump drop his second term agenda and any sane person would agree with it. I now plan to vote for Trump. I dragged it out as long as I possibly could. His second term agenda is more than just his plans for reelection. It's assigned the establishment Politicians are being routed, and he now may finally finished them off. Figuratively, of course. Republicans have put out no new party platform. Democrats are in complete disarray. I don't believe any sane person Khun Support Biden and it's true. Most people voting him.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

09:39 min | 10 months ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on The Science Show

"The difference missy higgins with Jonathon. Newby on Sola. Style and climate grief off. It seems to me that we're at a point which is exactly as you just described that paypal. Nay to acknowledge the strength and reality of the feelings about this that this is not a trivial thing and it needs to come back and go don't trivialize are emotions about this either. These emotions are welling up because our revolution tells them to because what we love is under a terrible attack and we do feel great fen if nothing else. I HOPE. Let it out. We just need to acknowledge this as part of moving on into action does that make sense. Yeah absolutely and I wrote an article about climate anxiety after having a kid but the response I got was quite amazing. Made me realize how many other people are having this anxiety at the moment and how many people don't really have an outlet for it because it's so huge and so painful for a lot of people that it's not even something that I particularly want to talk about. Well I think there's a name for it either and someone told me to use the term climate grief which hadn't heard despite all my years as a science reporter and as she at that point. I wasn't really suffering it. Yes and then six months later I kinda it off and then when I had a friend who failed to turn to my birthday and it was only just a small dinner for six go friends. It was nothing big but I was really looking forward to seeing them. It was only a week after the election. I wanted that communion and solace and she completely forgot about it because she'd been so overwhelmed after the election that she ran away and she wouldn't even tell me she was. She's a relatively new friend. But she's a novelist and she thriller comet through his and I told her afterwards. I said you've got climate great. I have a word for it now and I think even just naming the emotion. I've spoken to one psychologist. Whose done a bit of study on. And he calls a a disenfranchised gray. Which is the grace you have way have sanctioned social context four so you feeling that roller coaster of emotions which is what gray face. It can be anger. Despair hopelessness acceptance. I mean there's other emotions obviously a that doesn't involve someone WHO's already dead. It's also an anticipatory grave and I thought those are the two words I needed an if I and what you're doing well if nothing else it's sort of like sanctioning it so that people go almost label it in their heads in God. That's what it is it's like. Hey that's okay. This is human to feel this and to not know the answers and I think that will help a lot of people get off their asses and try and do something about it. To maybe Africa's fear paralyzes lately and when it something this big that you feel so helpless about it can be really easy to disguise God. There's nothing I can do. Underscore switch off. I don't want to know about it day to day. Life is beautiful full of love and beauty. One Who is what's right in front of exactly ultimately that's what we're trying to say if you know these life that we're living this beautiful environment that we're in that's right so it's very individual. Finding that balance for them is sort of the process. I'm working through and not to beat yourself up fuel super guilty. You're not doing more. That's for the warriors amongst us. That's the leaders of those groups that come together for Gamers Ryan's Oh lord of the rings or water. I think it's really had for people. Living in countries whose president so prime ministers are actively doing things to prevent country from being in any way a pot of dumping global warming in fact actively doing the opposite side. I feel like that is a constant cause of anxiety for a lot of the straddling. Of course it is. I ended up talking to Professors Psychiatry Cutler. Wait in between his appointments. But he's someone of admired. I was talking about just want to check with you. I mean is it. Faith emotions evolved make us act. Yes from science point of view. I don't want to say anything unscientific or that. I can't back up and then US talking about this comic relief and he thought for a second he said you know what this was right after. We'd heard latest talking about all. This talk of climate. Change is making kids anxious this. We've got to stop doing that and Professor Hickey. Just said Noah. I'm just thinking now. The disregarding emotions around this is as destructive as disregarding the science of climate change itself. But that's exactly what you're talking about. I noticed there was a space that Greta Bloomberg did recently. Where a lot of the press around it was people saying oh the pogo she to same side distressed and you know she's got ask Burge's and she's taking too much on and and that kind of thing and another criticism was she's making this whole generation of kids riddled with anxiety and my husband and I had the same conversation they should be anxious about. This is their future. They're going to be experiencing it a lot more than because we'll be gone and they will have inherited this planet so I agree with you to disregard. Their anxiety is really really dangerous. Can Paralyse them as well. That's right it's more paralyzing whereas picture yourself being accused in world war with your father off fighting somewhere you mother. Let's say in London in the blades. Now and a lot of the kids actually got sent out so they weren't actually in the firing line but yet do you think I said to them. Those kids that poor kid that subset there must be psychologically damaged saw no that would be have courage where all doing our bit. Shouldn't we just medicate them? Instead of these I understand parent not wanting your child be riddled with anxiety because this so needed the world by haven't yet got the experience perhaps to be able to put things into perspective as much as we could but at the same time it is a really huge deal and I and I and I feel like the answer lies probably more in how we teach our kids to harness that anxiety into positive action. You know for me personally. That's the kind of thing that makes me feel like. I'm actively trying to rob this wrong and I can sleep better not even if I think it's probably on the really small different something that I did. At least it sound thing you know and you can live with yourself and you're not just accepting it you're not dislike down and letting someone else might this huge decisions about your future in your taking control of your life and your future. The psychologists of spiking to so far say exactly this that basically once you acknowledged emotions being there for raisin but if they're not processed if that raisin isn't priciest than your Stocksi then the imposing. I've heard you make an algorithm. Is You change what you can change the circumstance which is action even in the smallest way that you can and what you can't change you accept so the emphasis is on the first one? So there's a lot of advice around that sort of thing but I I'm also thinking it's it's a word that's gone out of fashion but courage yes the action and make a difference which is an absolutely beautiful song and yes did ball as listening to it. Obey the difference also. It's like well you know we're going to be doing stuff. Encourages a lifelong thing. And and I'm trying to tell this to myself as someone who is overwhelmed by anxiety and despair two years ago and I only latched on the word courage. Laments go and sort of thinking. That's really helpful for me. I mentioned for a lot of people because hope this discussion with Enron is. She said hope from with hope is when your hopes are continually dashed. You hope can fail you for a bit and you can end up anxious or in despair. Courage is a more active decision. Even if you don't have any hope you have the courage to be in that space and white and the other analogy. I'm using in the book as if you have a partner with cancer die may be going to die but you'd nine abandoned them and not do anything you live in the moment as much as you can and you act. You can give you the best possible outcome. Even if the outcome is ultimately going to be dead and we use words like courage in that circumstance saw carriages. They're not as I thing because that sounds like you have to be brave all the time. 'cause it's not the same as bravery is just something to tell yourself. I think when hope temporary fails is what you can sort of fall back on and maybe it's a language that can be used with kids. I don't know yeah because when you tell somebody to be that's like saying don't cry and I don't feel the pain opposite of that. Courage could encompass crying. Because you'll get yourself feel it. You know you're letting.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on X96

X96

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on X96

"Here we go three news stories these are examples of batters stupider funny human behavior owner means mistake you will listen to all three of these candidates right now and then you'll decide which one is the worst which one deserves to go forward to bona fide and possibly become the owner of the day the winds here it'll go up against the winner of round Tuesday voting we'll do this again at eight twenty three more three different candidates will get both of those winners and put them against each other to determine who is the owner of the day that's **** fight and that happens at nine twenty so right now you're picking the champion for round one here we go two candidates now then a third after the news once you've heard all three then you'll vote one of the lucky random **** voters will we see it's a hundred dollar gift card two zero Raz kitsch carpets cleaned Knox is former candidate number one well I thought I was in a movie okay okay gas station in the New Jersey except that a fake one hundred dollar bill that was intended to be used in movies south Brunswick police tweeted a photo of the front and back of the phony bill which has the words FOR motion picture use only their friend did on both sides X. ninety six dot com slash live you can see the bill detectives tracked down twenty year old Somerset County man who said yeah I was surprised they took so so what they do if you if you see that picture again that picture that money the it's actual currency and the treasury will you know make it available and for movies but they have to be stamped for movies only so that they look so that the money they're using in a movie looks real for movie use only now I don't know where the guy got it but he thought destroying user for a book by the gas yeah I don't blame the clerk really for yeah because it looks pretty real that it's easy to overlook that sort of thing but the guy okay well I don't know why they took it I thought I was in a movie the end of that number one voter candidate number two she seventeen not a minor but that's that's not what we meant cool and Alberta energy company has come under fire after its logo is displayed on a dell at DeKalb allegedly depicting a sex act with a female figure who appears to be seventeen year old Greta Bloomberg the image shows a pair of hands holding the braids of a female figure from behind all right happy is scrawled across her back and directly below sits the logo of the X. site energy services company a linked in profile for a company of the same name headquartered in red deer Sir Canada Alberta I believe yes advertises water management and high efficiency frac fluid heating in Alberta and BC Doug sparrow listed general manager has not responded to CTV news Edmonton request for report R. for comment a Facebook page for the company not publicly available rocky mountain house resident Michelle Moran who's sharing of the image on social media spurred a local social media storm said she cried at the imagery it was hurtful as a woman it was a mother it was hurtful as an Albertan who's fighting for this industry all the time and defending the hard work of the men and women doing this work every day so she's a she's she's a supporter of the energy company and you know it's a big it's a big economic developer in her community but she said this is horrible I was like okay so your company is promoting the image of a rape of a minor she called the and the guy on the phone said from the energy company said well she's not a minor she's seventeen now and then he said but that's not really what we meant what what okay what levels there of E. okay even if not you're still defecting and that what's that you're an energy company yeah what what I. energy when I saw excite I thought it was some sort of porn sighing you know when I saw that picture it wants it the graphics company that has worked with excite energy services the good with the graphics company said they don't know how it got made it said something someplace in our shop at that made it but we don't know how it got made so we don't have any records of who placed the order I think there are people in the world that would make that and find that funny yeah that that those people exist makes me sick yeah but our candidate number two which is not seven or seventy dollars what what what we meant coming up in a moment **** candidate number three it's four twenty somewhere in the world round one candidate number three god I'm glad this week is over coming up after this Big Boy news.

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on A Whole Lotta Gray

A Whole Lotta Gray

13:05 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on A Whole Lotta Gray

"Two week journey from Plymouth to New York. Did you know that two of her initial crew members had to fly to in New York at the start since there wasn't any space left on the sailboat. And did you also know that. Two of her crew members had to fly to New York after regretted journey in order to sail it back from New York to Plymouth says Greta was sticking around in North America for an extended period of time after her speech. This is not awesome random conspiracy theory that I'm paddling by the way major European media outlets such as the times and the UK Andor Spiegel. Germany have confirmed this Julianne Jonge gear a member of the creative professional's networking group and senior journalist and editor based out of Michigan in the United States estimated that the the flights taken by those four people load generated more than two point one million grams of carbon dioxide. And what does this number look like. For perspective respective the US Environmental Protection Agency estimates that roughly two hundred thousand acres of forest would be required to offset that level of of carbon emission so this is emblematic of what is generally wrong with a lot of efforts in the climate activism space today the lack of a practical solution to cut down on carbon footprint in scalable and cost efficient manner. And don't just take my word for it. The University of California Climate Solutions Russians group. Infers that unless future climate proposals actively account for cost efficiency and its practicality within a strong regulatory regulatory framework those climate proposals would ultimately be rendered to list Greta Bloomberg has been immortalized as the face of the climate movement movement. But has she actually been the most devoted climate activist in terms of commitment to preserving the environment. Well when we look at add global outreach regarding the fight against climate change and in terms of sheer time spent preserving the environment it is super hard to discount at the impact of Solomona that Mika from Tim coup which is a rural district in southern India. Her story is simply mind boggling. She's lived for more than a century still alive today. By the way at a hundred seven years old She grew up impoverished in rural southern India and is a recipient of the pod mastery and has an international NGO called thin macos resources for environmental education which functions bulletin Los Angeles as as well as in Oakland in California when we look at all of this alone. It's already far more than what Greta has brought to the table. In the fight against climate change inch and like Mrs Dominica there are numerous other individuals around the world who were making efforts to preserve their local environments. But yet they're we're not receiving the same spotlight despite having done a ton to preserve the environment and who hail from far more vulnerable parts of the globe then Sweden. There's probably another Solomona that in your backyard. Who you've never even heard of so far grotto's most prominent prominent geopolitical action is filing an official complaint against five countries France Germany Turkey Brazil and Argentina China for their failure to prevent environmental degradation in their respective jurisdictions? Now all this sounds well and good but the complaint seems to have have no tangible and goal in sight apart from ensuring that the five countries will do their adequate share to cut down on carbon emissions. I mean we've all heard that before right. It's not like we've never heard politicians or heads of state make empty promises. So here is the thing. There's no penalize regionalization. There is no sanction that can be meted out by the international legal system. Should these countries failed to comply with grads demands. There is no oh real incentive to cut down on carbon emissions insofar as it promotes economic growth in a cost efficient manner. which is the reality for for a lot of these countries today in conclusion? Here's what we can surmise about. Greta and her activism her activism has done an amazing job job of garnering much-needed media attention on a highly pressing issue. And it's also brought about increased awareness. Add vigor in the fight to preserve move our environment however this awareness vigor and activism needs to translate into tangible policy reform in order for her her to be heralded as the champion climate activists of our time. So let's take a look at three reasons why her activism needs to go a long long way way. That is if she's serious about making any sort of meaningful change the first so we know that she's filed a lawsuit against five nations agents. Brazil Argentina France Germany and Turkey. But you know who the five biggest polluters per capita in the world today are it's the US Saudi Arabia Canada South Korea and Australia. None of whom she's included in this lawsuit even if we take her at her best case scenario. Which is the symbolic lawsuit? We spoke to you about earlier. GIULIANA versus the US will in all probability ability get reversed by the Supreme Court as Stated by Columbia University's Center for climate change which we sided and spoke to you about earlier in this episode and the top five countries generate more than sixty five metric tons of carbon per capita per annum to put the things in perspective again. What does this number look like as for the US Environmental Protection Agency? This level of carbon emissions is enough to power more than thirty million smartphones so unless her activism magically finds a way to incentivize these five nations nations from cutting down on emissions. It is super unlikely that she's going to have any global impact in the fight against climate. Change the second reason Greta Foon Berg hails from Sweden. which is a highly industrialized? Society would less than ten million people bull to put things in perspective. That number is smaller than the population of most metropolitan cities in countries like India. Brazil will China or the US aid. Rio De Janeiro New Delhi Shanghai. These are all cities that have more people than all of Sweden. So the reality reality is this a lot of the majorly populated countries right now need to emit some form of carbon in order to get to the same levels of industrialization socialization that the Nordic countries like Sweden or Norway or Finland. Enjoy today. Tom Audela. Who is a journalist as a part of the Associated Press Presses East Africa Bureau reports that ninety percent of the waste in nations that are classified as low income is either burned or or dumped owing to a lack of proper waste management infrastructure the National Center for Atmospheric Research in the US states? That burning waste is a major reason for the worsening of Air Quality Day state that almost thirty percent of global emissions that cause air pollution. Come from waste-burning. I think now a lot of these. Low income countries don't have the mechanisms to recycle or process the waste that they generate. Why is all of this relevant for starters? How do you expect those countries to transition to renewable sources of energy like wind or solar hydro and cut down on their carbon footprint rent when they're burning plastic and burning rubber just to dispose of them? I for one can't help. But think that Grenada's preaching to the rest of us to assembly stop burning even though there's no real alternative proposed comes from a highly privileged point of view. Sweden had time to industrialize. Sweden had time to develop so they can afford to divorce themselves from the realities that low income countries go through to dispose of their waste. Ace signed APPS energy and environmental consulting firm based in Boston says that solar panels are luxury for the citizenry of the US. So then how do you expect. Countries like Ghana Baucus Tan or Liberia. To make this transition if people in America think this transition is expensive if the citizens of the low income developing world were all on twitter the might have even asked Greta how dare you in response to her wistfulness to have everyone transition to renewable resources. This reality is a sobering reminder that Greta Thune Berg while her intentions and activism maybe well well-meaning hails from a socioeconomic upbringing that cannot comprehend many of the realities that serves obstacles to solving climate change the third and final final reason carbon emissions are going to continue to get polluted insofar as both economic growth as well as cost. Efficiency are on the table. So that being said Said Gratis. Best Bet is best echoed by on Mahindra. Who is the chairman of the Mahindra Group in India? which is one of India's largest companies is an is an MNT worth roughly thirty billion dollars? Here is her to find a way for sustainability to promote economic growth. But not wild. That's a great solution. To harsh reality is right now. It would cost countries and immense amount of time and money to make that transition and the Institute for Energy Research estimates that it would cost four point five trillion dollars and at least the next three decades for low and medium income countries to successfully make that transition again for perspective four point five trillion dollars is roughly a quarter of united skates GDP. So where will these poor countries get the cash from. It's only once. Sustainability brings the same promise of economic growth and and cost efficiency as fossil fuels do D- Global Fraternity can work on collaborative solutions to more efficiently invest there are Indian tax tax credits. Unsustainable practices that are not only environmentally friendly but also economically viable. And until. And unless that happens. It's I'm just going to be deemed as privileged discourse where those individuals who hail from small and industrialized economies are chastising the rest of the world to do not develop and to not burn fossil fuels without providing any alternative as to how we can use ECO friendly renewable sources of energy to our advantage while remaining cost efficient in conclusion. I've got a couple of things to save as a sixteen year old Greta. Thune Berg is certainly commendable. Most sixteen year olds me included. Were probably just playing xbox all day at her age without a care in the world and she certainly has gotten a lot of people involved loved the discussion. And you could even argue that. This is only the beginning of her journey but the hard truth is this. She has been the recipient of an insane amount of media coverage and has been deemed as our savior right now to combat the climate crisis. What about the other unsung heroes in your backyard? Around the world in low and medium income countries that we've been ignoring we've shown you in this episode itself that there are other activists both for the environment as well as for for children's rights who have done more than Greta has but have not received any of the attention. I cannot help but wonder that given Greta does lack of understanding thing about the context that racial minorities and other impoverished communities live through around the world have we chosen the right person as a symbol for the movement that is supposed to be dealing with the greatest threat that our generation is.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Geek News Central

"On the show and it used to be about how close we were to nuclear armageddon today. The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists released a statement that the group Science and Security Board had moved the hands on the Symbolic Doomsday. uh-huh o'clock Ford by twenty seconds to one hundred seconds before midnight since the advent of the Doomsday Doomsday clock. Even in peak years of the cold. War The clocks minute hand was never as never before been advanced past eleven. Fifty eight mark in a statement so in other words two minutes is what it's been even during the height of the Cold War. Now listen carefully and the statement on the Change Bulletin of atomic scientists the president and CEO. Rachel Bronson said as far as a bulletin and the Doomsday clock is concerned the world has entered into the realm of the two minute warning appeared when dangerous high and if the margin and the margin for error low the moment demands attention and new created responses if decision vision makers continue failed to act pretending that being inside two minutes is no more urgent than the preceding period sits around the world should rightly echo the worlds of climate Mitt Activists Greta Bloomberg and ask. How dare you so now? It's not just about nuclear war in Armegeddon in superpowers killing one another. It's now being used as a social peace to promote climate change before two thousand seventeen. The clock had not been at the Marxist night had not been at that Marxist nineteen team fifty three the earn which United.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Is happening and should be clear enough that something should be done but the climate and the environment have become in the United States especially a predictably and tediously partisan issue in this as in so many other areas people people and politicians would rather fight each other than attempt to address. The problem then must surely be a better way. But what is it. What do we know actually works both in addressing the damage caused by climate change and persuading voters that climate change is even happening? This is the foreign desk. What the green new deal has done is connect climate change to other policies like economic justice like Social Gaustad like healthcare? And you've seen the results just in a few months. How I met? Change has really soared in the Democratic Party. And it's consistently now ranked as a top top tier issue. This is a job killing economy. Busting Bill because price tag because of the restrictions that puts on businesses and free enterprise and I think Democrats Democrats if they signed onto the new deal which most I will are going to have to counter that with an economic message Greta Bloomberg and the strikes and the school strikes shift the Lens away from liberal versus conservative to intergenerational justice and it's much harder to argue with your own kids both sides leads can find a way to make a case for any of these policies and. I think we will need to do that. If we want something that will be longer lasting and unstable towards solving the problem. You're.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on KGO 810

"Again it was just so but no they're still make your decision making all the decisions in this country hello everybody else what to do how to live you know very think if their queue of the left a door in the liberals older white Mitch McConnell's try to tell everybody else in the country how to live morally and they should be the law of course is to tell us I live morally well I mean yeah you know I don't really care how much McConnell lives you know I and and if him and his wife I want to believe that abortion is murder than they should not have them and you know they can teach and talk at all they want but as the president of the Senate you know he has a an obligation to well he's an obligation in Kentucky and about them I'm a recent misspoke mystical per se I don't I'm talking about example the like minded Mitch McConnell does a lot of my up there okay there were a lot of stone women that you know you have to take up a fetus to term are you regardless of your your health condition or what have you okay they're the ones trying to tell everybody else in the country Hey Randy I don't I was going to be all about okay hello Randy Randy I guarantee if they're white daughter got pregnant by black I they get an abortion to be gods for a god's will right that that that that's who they are it in and thank you for the call that's what that's who they are this is about the two sets of justice to two different of ways of living they'll stand on a pulpit I mean how many of these evangelicals have you seen that you know our you know something thirteen year olds are like this youth minister bang on this car on the **** recently at this race you know and it is yeah go to San Jose and Chris Chris young KGO all right thanks chip damnit trump supporter I think he's the bordering on greatness even though he's kind of each year okay but I have to say for his own good you can start beating up on Greta Bloomberg because she is right and Donald Trump probably is wrong on this matter number one and number two are we even trump supporters want to go green even trump supporters want to put an end to the cartel that's been running our lives in a big the biggest families in the world are all on the oil companies on the Electric Company let's face it well I do what I'm I'm glad you said that and if they would send me an email because I I will just send you a PDF that I'm putting together about the economy about healthcare and how that your perception Donald Trump as as an outsider to come in and shake things up is not working and and and and I and I appreciate that you feel that way about it go to work because I think that I think most people have that sense you know that why would this guy attack a sixteen year old girl like this he just to shut up and just you know and and going be a bigger person but now I'm so many military temperature Franklin dot com thanks for the call appreciate it is right he is right about that and I am on about boarding on greatness I'm putting this together if you want it and I will post it on my Twitter can you can follow me on Twitter even if you're not a member just go to Twitter dot com slash chip Franklin all one word check it out I will have this for Christmas so when you're with your family innocent trump supporters there you can calmly just given the facts right all right good news about Moscow Mitch not for Mitch but for us next final broadcast week of the year the.

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"How are you pretty easily. Actually Hillary Clinton says male leaders are scared of her. They're scared of Greta. So it'll be the again that's why it's going to be so nice. She's at sea for two to four weeks because they won't have to be as afraid need for a while. She's incommunicado two to four week respite former. US Secretary of state made the comment and Sunday. Night at the southbank. Centre's Royal Festival Hall Well promoting a new book. She's written with her daughter Chelsea. I'll bet that's good. Yeah the book of Gutsy women favorite stories of courage and resilience. That's how I need that summer Kennedy for the neck. Oh you're not gonNA save it til summer. Are you know it's GonNa take. It's GonNa Take Me Thirty Summers. It's my summers reading all right. We'll get to it. Okay focuses on the women who've inspired the mother and daughter and features Thunberg whose solitary climate strike outside the Swedish parliament in two thousand eighteen. Left them so so moved. How dare you? It's been fascinating to watch. How scared a Lotta grownup? Male leaders are of this young sixteen year old girl who speaks about the threat of climate change. You know it's so bizarre that we're really supposed to believe that this little girl understands better than millions of adults who have their doubts about anthropomorphic. climate change and. I don't believe that it's catastrophic but do believe the Yes in one hundred years may of warmed one freaking degree. Yeah and that's nothing like catastrophic It's amazing to believe there are people who claim to be intelligent. Who thinks she knows more than we do about it? She knows more than the adults. She supposedly scaring come on and EH. She's skipping school. By the way this genius the learning all this stuff to share with us around the world She's not even going going to class right now. I mean bless her heart. I really hate the fact that she's manipulated this way. And I know that's a terrible thing to say because she's apparently so powerful that nobody can manipulate her and she knows what she's doing and she's sixteen and she's I don't know she's free. I guess of Any sort of entanglement from adults and adult decisions and she's making these powerful decisions and nobody manipulates her. Even though she's on the spectrum right she's on the I mean it's unbelievable here and we're just supposed to roll over for a sixteen year roll from Sweden. WHO's telling us to stop air travel shut up? I'm just so tired of it. I can't even can't take it. It is unbelievable to me but but in in case you missed the news and you want to brighten your day Greta leaving America today today and she'll be at C.. Four to four weeks bless her heart. Please be safe out there. I safe with your bucket late. Nine hundred thirty three ninety. No this one has a toilet talk. He's Pat Gray unleashed and he's on the Blade and Dan thank you for being here with US AAA nine hundred thirty three ninety three also. A PAT unleashed on twitter chairman. Peaking James tweets. Have you not seen the hundred clip weapons of war. I haven't I haven't seen one hundred clip weapons of war though. You already admitted you're not right. Not a big gun right right. Yeah Yeah exponential bittel discipline tweets. I prefer my rifles to be more magazine. Aw Dude the show your rifle just masturbate more magazine so I wanNA rifle that holds a hundred magazines not one hundred glimpse. The one hundred need more magazines. You want to explain the reference as anyone miss well Yuccas in Houston. They had a had a boss. I thought the show due to show needs to be more magazine. He and that's the reference from a longtime the time listener there. Then there's just too much when greatest set. Greta said that she's not that it's not important to have a toilet when she's still in San Francisco nailed it also. There is a mural of her of activist. I Greta Bloomberg in San Francisco newest addition to the skyline As a beautiful work of art depicting Swedish teenager Greta Breath on Berg designed to draw attention to climate change on Dreze Petrocelli and internationally renowned artist is painting the activist team with a big blue lies and a Mona Lisa. Smile there it is. Isn't that wonderful. That's lovely so now. She can see everyone down on the streets below as they defecate in public at grey ever Cisco so gre- then this from the battle on be. Oh no no no a a new kind of cool. A new mural in downtown San Francisco of Swedish teenage climate activist. Greta Thunberg has a surprise for passers by her eyes are equipped with high powered lasers designed to seek and destroy carbon emitting. SUV's he's on the streets below that on place to get stuff man we want the mural to really make a positive impact act in the fight against climate changes spokesperson told sources. Greta as pouty glare is certain to generate guilt and shame in many motorists but that that didn't seem like enough by adding the lasers can begin taking out the worst offenders in their hummers. Landrovers near you go. When the Labor's lasers there's were first activated? They immediately targeted the carbon emitting hydraulic. Cranes and Aerosol Sprays Aerosol paint sprayers used to create the mural. The glitch has since been fixed. I see I see. That's pretty funny. That's pretty good home. Run Babylon be every day. It's something pretty good from them That's just a a great publication. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three and et pat unleashed on twitter. Had this really cool space. Space Story Scientists think that they understand now the moments before the Big Bang. There's been kind kind of a hole in the theory of how it first came to be. I The universe inflated rapidly supposedly right like a balloon and then everything exploded but how those two periods connected has kind of eluded physicists. Okay so surprising could is. It only happened fourteen and and a half billion years ago. I'm surprised they haven't figured it out. How much time knee I'm on? I mean she's how tough can it'd be so. In the first period the universe grew from an almost infinitely small point to nearly anoc Tilles in which is a one followed by twenty seven Zeros in artillery times in size what had had been less than a trillion. Th of a second before Keith math. That's keep that's pretty fast expansion This inflation period was followed by more gradual but violent period of expansion mentioned. We know as the Big Bang during the Big Bang an incredibly hot fire fireball fundamental particle. How many degrees billions of degree? I'm thinking Such as protons neutrons and electrons expanded and cooled to form the atoms the stars and galaxies. We see today just all happened by accident so cool it just boom and then everything mysteriously spun out into the universe and we just happened to wind up the perfect distance from the sun. Ninety three million miles right in the goldilocks zone. I just amazing luck that we had there. Not only that. But we're one of the few planets in the solar system that it turned out to have a A rocky surface you know like a land surface where life could actually exist you know. Try Living on the surface of Jupiter. You can't do it. It's it's gas and then we were also fortunate enough to have spun into this. The core of the earth which creates a magnetic field that wraps around the earth and.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on X96

X96

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on X96

"To just put your mind at ease yesterday's election day but the but the liquor store is open to all used to be years ago that the liquor stores were closed on election day what or sometimes I think they were close they were closed until the polls were closed but but now they've done away with that's a relief now they will the the liquor store will be closed on veterans day which is November eleventh next Monday yeah because a month because the veterans they don't need to ask that I don't I don't understand it's it's mainly to give people a day off people Dale all I'm gonna bloom Berg can certainly count on all these walls Neiva among her growing list of celebrity fans after the pair went biking together and he went to her he's here and his electric car what the action star and former California governor posted pictures of their meeting to his Instagram page showing a doing word she's the younger sixteen year old I think climate activists live an activist from Sweden she's been here in America you know that being an activist about plunging she and former California governor posted pictures of their meeting to his Instagram page they rode a bike around Santa Monica they had a meeting with his daughter Christina he wrote it was fantastic to see my friend of one of my heroes Greta Bloomberg last week and go on a bike ride around Santa Monica together so Paul I was so pumped you have to be dead yeah I I was so well known to introduce my daughter Christina even though it's his thing he's got to say it keep inspiring Greta the the day their day out comes after the sixteen year old also met with Leonardo di Caprio and we all getting inviolate trick con cop pulling the girls to terminate the dog St playing into this now by the way each I mean he your life is like a car he gave it to work to use whatever it buys you a color if you promise to go see my movie for years to come let's see okay three mothers and at least six children with you talk ties killed yesterday in Mexico according to the victims families the victims are members of the le Baron family American citizens who have lived in a fundamentalist Mormon community in the border region for decades they were traveling in three separate vehicles when the gunmen attacked several family members so that they there was a terrifying scene they describe the scene in which one trial was gunned down while running away others were trapped inside of a burning car two of the children killed were less than a year old the family member said three other children suffer bullet wounds but survives and Leif Lankford junior a relative of some of the victims said he told doctors from across Mexico state of Sonora we're coming to help though they would prefer to fly the wounded and others to the United States we can't get a helicopter or any airplanes are airlifts Lankford said it's going to be at least a six hour journey to well Paso worth Tucson cannula bearing a cousin of the women driving the vehicles said that he feared the death toll could grow higher when you know there are babies tied in a car that are burning well is because some of the twisted evil the two in the world it's just hard to cope with that he said the crimes of set off a wave of social media posts from the victim's family is expressing sorrow at the death simply is for the return of those who had earlier been kidnapped Maria Romita Miller and four of the children for her children died on the road in northern Mexico Miller was traveling to Phoenix to pick up her husband who's who's working in North Dakota and was returning to celebrate the couple's wedding anniversary her car broke down in the gunman opened fire on that car and torched it again there is still no clear word on whether this was targeted whether it was planned weather was random it it doesn't it doesn't seem as though it would be random because what would there that what would they have to gain here yeah and in killing the kids and I mean it seems more so if they were trying to make a point whoever they are you know president trump I tweeted about this wonderful family and friends from Utah they got caught between two vicious drug cartels who is shooting at each other how he knows this I don't know you know he doesn't know he just says the result many great American people killed including young children and some missing if Mexico need to request help in cleaning out these monsters the United States stands really will ready willing and able to get involved and do the job quickly and effectively the great new present Mexico's made this a big issue but the cartels become so large and powerful you sometimes need an army to defeat an army so what the Donald Trump is offering is the United States Army to go into Mexico and fight the drug cartels Mitt Romney offered condolences on behalf of himself and his wife you know met his father grew up in that in a Mexico Mormon community didn't his father yeah I know here I think mit was born and they shouldn't of running for president yeah he was born to one of if his father was an American and but that was born in Mexico but it's it's still would make him an American because his father's American I don't think he could be born in Mexico and be president if you're more like on a Air Force yeah it has to be arc and that's the John McCain copy yeah exactly know if you were just born in Mexico when American family knoll you have to be born on American soil well then why don't we let these I was brought up a bomb a present that's the question but check a cello I promise okay let's see and that's how the First Lady got involved and she's got a son Utah's inversion season it's a lot of everybody here just look out isn't it yeah but the trump administration concerned about it because they've accelerated the pace of environmental rollbacks for the country's coal fired power plants proposing to weaken to Obama era rules are aimed at clearing and cleaning dangerous heavy metals and ash from coal plants and keeping them from washing in the ground water and water ways the new proposals reduce heavy burdens on electricity producers across the country the EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler said in a statement by the way the one of the biggest coal fired generating plants in in the country is here in Utah and it's down I think it's for all you know it's in our might be over the border in Arizona but it's the Navajo own it and then they have been generating electricity with coal there for years and years decades it's it's closing down their shutting it down because they have it there could they have been converting to other forms of clean air yeah like natural gas and things like that and and so there's not Cole is is of the past centuries it's okay it's not a thing that's going to be used well in Intel after the nuclear Holocaust level needed a need cold again at some point but you know when we were just when we're living in a radioactive wasteland the mutants.

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on No Agenda

"Six zero that's zip code I use but now I made it easy for you to see now I have to go to that post office I seven eight seven zero one would have been a different post office the yeah but isn't that this would call due to test now you've brought it made it more complicated I'll bet you that if I wrote Adam Curry General Delivery Austin Texas with seven eight seven six Oh and people can do this everyone could do it they would put it in your box that'd be my guess because you post office at some point they get enough mail you know comes through in his his guy he's got a box okay all right good yeah we're will I'm GonNa do that his office has lots of features that people don't take advantage of Oh yeah like in countless could use this Rick Incredibly Incredibly Fast Service only only waited three months for a mail box the actual box I didn't it didn't exist but let's not go there Greta you mentioned Greta Bloomberg She's punching back at people like you John CD yeah people like you a huge fan of British. No you're not you said this is horrible I don't like that child you said these things these things and here's she's just listen up he's talking to you yeah I don't I don't understand why grownups would would choose to children teenagers purchase communicate being active science one day they could do something good his said but I guess they they must feel like they're you will view or their interests or whatever it is is set by us and that is that we should take a compliment that we are having so much impact that's the people want to sinuses they become too loud people and we should also take that as a convenience so he does not lamenting her then she yes exactly thanks for the compliment that's exactly what she said but now after that little entrepot I have a clip from one of the cofounders of the extinction rebellion and I've been wanting to get some information on this outfit and find out what's what really thinking of now your general idea of the protests and some of them have been quite radical they'd like to shut down train station pins and plane airplane terminals in the but really shut them down by laying on top of soften it's kind of annoying you just can't kick 'em off easily what are they sleep protesting four or what are they against what does it have the clip of the founder Claiming yeah a lot of this has to do with it we're all GonNa die oh where's this clip extinction rebellion co-founder this is the woman we had the exact same lab you find it on the website on the Guardian on her website oh well let me play mind I okay and then see well let me listen to yours homeless because there's a code players I because I have I have a code in mind that really took me a back door only reason I made this clip players I I'm I'm GonNa go with yours for maybe the same clip I dunno full crises means that it's quite possible the life on earth scientists seven percent is going to go lifetime ninety seven percent of it there's a lot of ninety percent percents of all crises means that it's quite possible own life on earth ninety seven percent of it is going to go and possibly my children lifetime conventional politics is is poked finish the question is not what needs to happen what the problems are the question is how things change we've got an ongoing tradition of civil disobedience in this country when the sufferer jet smashed windows which is what they do they weren't directly affected democracy they were saying we are angry we demand our votes and every other form of reformist approach for women getting the vote to being tried in the hunt succeed all complicity release off violence and our our separation and so what we're doing an extinction rebellion this it's time to really come together and express our power now a couple of things she's advocating violence in not so off handed way and she makes the claim that was in her child's lifetime which means in the next on the his probably ten let's say the next seventy years within the next seventy years ninety seven percent of all life gone just be gone anybody in their right mind believe this I liked to ninety seven percent because that's just now become a number you just throw out there because ninety per seven percent of all all scientists agree consensus we all agree well approvingly good number yes well I have a very different clip I think it's the same woman is was that gale God brook no Brad Brad so she was interviewed and she went in to little depth about this and what she says here I believe is actually the background for a lot of the issues that we're dealing with in our society today explain after the clip bakes and the insistence that there's a repair of the harm that happens which includes compensating people find in homes for people and actually in order to do this repair in of the harm that needs to happen you've got so David King the former chief scientist of the U K who setting on repair center and say even go.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on X96

X96

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on X96

"Jobs and its name is going. meeting adjourned actually I have an announcement I haven't been able to find the right moment but it seems meeting adjourned okay we can't return. ninety six right it's eight forty eight right now time to award round two of your bones and ran to the voters is brought to you in part by some gelato what kind do was a coconut chocolate mousse. and October eighteen through the twentieth experience enemy bonds eyes fifteenth anniversary enemy bonds As You tells premier family friendly all inclusive anime in Japanese culture convention get your discounted tickets at anime bonsai dot work you know it's not just as good as ice cream so we had the. we had bought a candidate number one come almost of a dirt bag fight I just these to blow the aiding always it is yeah they should have fought the bagel die in and Dustin diamond screech they should have motor candidate number two she is value saleable she is a all be the French academics philosophers these old guys who were criticizing sixteen year old climate campaigner Greta Bloomberg for not being sexy enough I hope this one one and voter candidate number three take a hike dove on pay. excuse me von pays Avantasia perfect suspended by the NFL for the remainder of the season for they they cited one helmet to helmet hit but he's done many many other clip reels re can watch it over I am currently has been doing this for quite some time and he's vicious vicious ology per one semana my enemy bones like tickets and the winner I'm sorry Gina it was take a hike von pay all. sports fans rallied there are a lot of them that's the winner of round two now goes forward **** fight might be **** of the day depends it'll go up against the winner of round ones voting gonna take both of those candidates those champions and put them into the bone or down nine twenty is when you will decide that the owner of the day with Boehner fight I just saw this I hope the sports fans are happy by the way can since the salmon or dying. and it's your fault now what. sports thing we should have voted for the other one. of someone just Texas this tonight I thought that was it was interesting so Norman Riteish from mud walking dead Daryl Carrollton his birthday is January sixth nineteen sixty nine. so. as of today he's eighteen thousand five hundred and thirty days old came that somebody has figured out. that matches Wilford Brimley age to the day when cocoon was released. so they but just follow me. so so this is a thing now it's called the Brimley line and there was a story about this when Tom Cruise reached that line meaning when you think of Wilford Brimley in cocoon he's an old man but he will be he wasn't that old he was fifty years old he's just always looked old yeah. or fifty year old man generally. look better now than fifty year old men did. back twenty thirty years ago nine men are aging better is what so fifty is the Brimley line what it and they make it very specific like exit your exactly this soul kun came out so I mean think of Norman Reedus. doesn't he seems like he's really far away from looking like Wilford Brimley again and soon but he's not they're the same age so what's different. well well for Brinley washed his hair. for one thing. is that what makes Daryl look young he doesn't ever washing just looks younger okay fifty eight fifty is something different now is the point now okay fifty year old men now don't look like fifty year old man looked well during years be fair I mean will for has a handicap and I am used to be this little bit and I don't know if that makes a difference or not but Wilford Brimley look old when he was in his twenties Hey he's always looked old yeah there are there are people like that are just always look old. we ready for you to our I eight over doing it again I know right let's really miscalculation isn't it. as a sponsor didn't know. who wants. you know the first if somebody ever steps up to respond to sponsor a bill he reviled alright here we go. it's often said that people of Utah speak a language all their own it's a language that's often confusing and even incomprehensible to newcomers here in the beehive state radio from hell presents a handy guide to help everyone understand how the native speaker to Utah word of the day and today's word is Berlin B. R. U. I. N. ruin and now with more of that with the Utah repartee and hang on now more the way to you tell what that sounds French.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Us I have been talking about how this president thinks he's above the law and how we needed to hold him accountable and I'm very excited that she's finally on board and that we can start this process with leadership Intel is above the law. finally were holding him back. are you kidding me are you gonna be held accountable for marrying your brother allegedly are you going to be held accountable for immigration fraud you to be held accountable for rust fearing all of your rights all of your campaign finance contributions to your boys your live in boyfriend. if you gonna do are you what are you gonna be held account. no I don't think so you're you don't think you should be held accountable just other people who didn't people wouldn't do anything should be held accountable I know if you heard this heard this one or not. Michigan city clerk charged with altering ballots in the mid terms last year. this is a a registered Democrat in the Detroit suburb of Southfield Michigan her name is sure we kia Hawkins sure we kia. I I guess she was probably altering ballots on behalf of the of the Republicans and their Russian. cold porch trying to swing the election sure read kia SHG are I K. I. A. K. I. A. Ricky Hawkins she's a registered Democrat as I said stands accused of altering a hundred ninety three absentee ballots. and she is she's received a an award from for. hi it's coralie now she received an award from the state Democratic Party I'm just looking to see what the award actually was here. it's the it's it's somewhere in here I can't I can't seem to find it right now she she was serving as the Pontiac city clerk when Democrat Gary Peters one of very tight congressional race against the rocky or rest kowski in the states nineteen Groeschel district the the you Peterson was since been elected to the Senate bested rest cow ski by sixty four hundred votes out of two hundred and forty thousand two hundred forty five thousand cast so she's a she's been involved in in in in elections for a good long time eight four four five hundred forty to forty two I thought she did get an award from the Democrat party I just give maybe it's a different story here that I just didn't see it but does she she. via the Democrat Attorney General who's a Democrat of the secretary of state was also a Democrat strays stressed that she read kia Hawkins behavior was involved anomalous and did not affect any election outcomes just like you know when they had the the the the recount in Michigan up aborted recount in Michigan and twenty sixteen and I started opening the boxes in the US six hundred and sixty precincts in the city the Troy and they found the two hundred and forty eight of almost forty percent had more ballots I had more ballots recorded that then there were registered voters in the precincts but it was that was another anomaly and soon thereafter they they ended the the Democrat that leaders in the Lansing the state capitol in that the recount for for a strange for odd reasons unexplained reasons eight four four five hundred a forty two forty two Matt your next without white car go ahead Matt. eight out we one of the pot what one quick point to replace the positive thing about all this is we do have that here Greta Bloomberg's voice last two days. put some. six sixty percent we were always forget we cater to the six six percent of people population doesn't pay attention like we do but I've started to talk to people they're very apolitical but would vote Democrat hate trump just because they get the sound bite yeah friends yeah would you explain to them in Q. in any real talked a reasonable people who what you explaining given facts and in all the stories right they don't they cannot comprehend what has happened the last three years so at the Ukraine they've got a few family members or simply outlook to cure because your renewal person you know you're talking about. eight three thank you. we made up because it's crazy everything that happened is completely outlandish yeah I talked to somebody this morning that in the the person said that what do you think about this impeachment stuff likes pointed toward my said what do you do you know about the the the videotape of Biden bragging that he shaking down Ukraine to get a prosecutor fired was going after the company his son was making millions from the person knew nothing about it. and they never will they never will now no they won't because all they see that you know that most people do you know they don't read newspapers anymore they don't watch the news cast unfortunately and that they just see the headlines on like you say on Facebook or they see the hat they check their email and that size some left wing provider like com castor Yahoo there's just a headlight chew but for that by what are you crane charges and it you know and that's all they say that's all they say then they move on to other other nonsense that they're a they're interested in and unfortunately that's that's the reality of it thanks for thanks for the call Matt held by a keep keep by talking to your family and friends. want to call you want some coincidence I told a couple weeks ago I won the plate the sixty three and the lottery there were a thirteen hundred thirteen thousand six hundred and fifty two people who got into the got into the lottery for the low numbered license plates they were just two hundred and thirty one license plates I did some math I think you have it so you had a one in sixty five G. at which is obviously better than the lottery or anything else it's not a it's not a bad shot of winning a plate but guess what happened. tool via Karen police does neighbors in Shrewsbury and they were also big campaign contributors to her and Charlie Baker and other Republicans they them both of Mr and Mrs James Hoglan C. O. G. H. L. I N. F. Shrewsbury walked away with low digital license plates. what are the odds of that happening James Coghlan actually won the with the coveted for a straight for us it's called four digit license plate four nine six nine and his wife Nancy clock one she got fifty six D. which is about the same kind of plate that I got now is would you donate two of the Baker administration to ensure a better low digit license plate now no I would not would you not even a hundred Bucks. when they if not I would be too suspicious I might pay a hundred Bucks to get love digit license plate but I I don't die I don't know if someone is pointing out the light now on to to low digit license plate numbers but a you know again I didn't donate any money and do you think they will really tried to help me out by giving me sixty three after what I've read the bottom in the last year I've been tougher on him than anybody I thank in the in the press state campaign barrack state campaign finance records show the both James Caan won and Nancy clog when our regular heavy contributors donating year after year to Charlie Baker all the ball sh Shrewsbury neighbor of a question a governor Karen Polito and representative Hannah Cain yes what media outlet reported this. the state house news service did you have anything to do with this report I saw someone texted me and told me to use the I did not telling on add with somebody at the state house news service and say can you do me a favor now click in someone says I went to high school with that guy from Shrewsbury is actually not a bad guy I'm not a bad guy either I just. option in the low digit Lysons Lauder six oh three says how we Kerr investigating a low digital license plate lottery now that is rich well listen to this state records show clock one has contributed more than forty six thousand dollars the candidates over the year you just go to CPF it's called office of campaign and political finance it's right there including regular cut contributions the Baker and Pulido who won the lottery Nancy Cochran has also been a generous donor giving more than thirty thousand dollars according to CPF in twenty fifteen four years ago James Cochran was listed as the co chair of a name a fundraiser for Pulido featuring Baker at the Worcester country call a mere coincidence a mere coincidence eight four four five hundred forty two forty two on how.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Boys is blue select deeds us. It was a we'll flavor you get back back. That's why I only have cherry gatorade and I drink riptide rush. Yeah I mean the entire history of the scientists like seems it's just overtly consciously writing women out of the history well yeah I computers like steam powered. Things are using punch cards or some mm shit like before they had the technology actually build computer would code look like that. I don't know what it was called. A The guy I was Charles Babich and it was analytical engine and I I think she was the first one like eight assault like this technology and it was like this is GonNa make like graphics affix at every like she predicted everything. We're doing now but it was how it looked like this. Actually it was a trial model part of it. Whoa like that in the aluminum body gave her cancer? Thank you fax to this young L. Like a like an electronic advocate. Yeah it's like a big. There's a lot of spokes and shit bit of aluminum wheels. There's a little bit kind of gears. I don't know maybe some other parts lever ever names for things. Here's our Craig Chef over. He got the Santa Software firms. Yeah there's some bars in their course force all right. Let's talk about Growth Berg. She spoke at the UN's climate summit yeah. I don't know felt very moving. I'll say that every like ernest yeah well. The summit itself was like a mixture of you know other countries being like this is what we're doing to fight climate change and then being businesses being like let's pat ourselves on on the back for doing less than the bare minimum but it's something so we'll pretend it's revolutionary and you know again. We are the the the the situation that the planet is in is serious dire and meanwhile the like the world leaders are getting together to kind of be like yeah. AM In like what we're doing is pretty chill. Let's check in. Let's keep going and we'll do the right thing. So when Greta Bloomberg got up to speak she gave a very sober assessment of everything and we'll just let her words speak for themselves because it's very moving to hear this probably like differs you know thirty or so seconds of what she said. This is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean yet. You all come to US young people for hope. How dare you you have stolen my dreams in my childhood with your empty words yet it? I'm one of the lucky ones people are suffering. People are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is the money in fairy tales of eternal economic. Let me growth how yeah and she went on just to continue to call out you know the world leaders for their inaction how you know if they if they fail to act the the only logical conclusion for people of her generation and younger should be like you are the people who like we are answering for your inaction. The theme was basically how dare you and it's very very moving. I wonder if like in when her generation gets to leader like leadership positions if in the same way that people are punished for like war-crimes if people are going to be punished for like crimes against the Earth right yeah right where they retroactively the retrospect would be like what in just so you know. I think we already know Y'all the destroyers here we go. I'm at the I thought your question was going to be like when they get older will have when they sell out and they start getting those checks now. I'm also curious what would happen. I mean that that happens a lot to every generation to not just this. I don't even WanNa introduce that possible narrative not especially if I'm just more optimistic own no nothing negative to say about this ties in with the younger regeneration being more about like socialism than capitalism is like yeah you know the idea of just constant consistent long-term term capitalistic growth like market growth just doesn't doesn't work for the long term you know sustenance of our species right and it doesn't matter if we're all fucking dead yeah and that's the thing is like I I feel like a lot of times people like frame it as like you know their tree huggers but like the it is a it is a war crime. Essentially I mean you're killing people by ignoring saying these people people who are deeply concerned about the climate are not tree huggers there. We don't want to die years right what it is and I think to to frame framing like that is so disingenuous and to think even now right. She goes on in her speech to say you know you've been looking at research for thirty years and have done on fuck all yeah and like everything you've done has been minimal or like what's poss not realizing this is not this is not the game wherein it's fucking do or die right now and and the disingenuous attacks have continued to especially from the right because on Fox and friends they had this fucking moron on his name is Mark Merano Rano or Morono or whatever the name to basically talk about you know they they were very flipping about the climate strikes on Friday and then in response to this they they were basically trying to paint Grantham Berg as like this fear among. I don't know listen to this really interesting assessment from the right of what Greta Thornberg is standing for what what is it about her that is interested in so many young people well. She sells fear Greta thrown brick started in Sweden every Friday outside the Swedish parliament and and then it spread to skip school in order to have a future in other words she's actually said and she's addressed the e U The United States Congress testified that why should should kids go to school if they have a future that will be no more unless government passes laws like the green new deal more U. N. Treaties etc so this message Union Sweden it worked in Sweden. It's working in Europe and now it's come to the US the message of fear sales. There's reports now in Europe where kids are getting anti anxiety medication Asian. They believe they're going to die. She is the Greta Effects He's causing and instilling fear in millions of kids around the world and actually has them believing that government can legislate our climate in other words. If we passed the green new deal in America these kids can all go back to school and yeah I mean you kids. What are you talking talking about your offer? These kids lollipops and you know tell them there's a monster in their clauses agony be freaking out Gotcha with their pokey man's he made all of our points for the government can't legislate you literally. You can't well that guy first of all he could not embody the position of the fossil fuel industry even more. He's like the manifestation of everything that is wrong with climate change Nile. I mean not that everything is wrong about climate impotence now but he is like it. He's the human version of it. He always talks about climate. Change has a quick search on Amazon for his work. He has one book called the politically incorrect correct guide to climate change boom boom owned and on the back cover people are about climate the whole thing is like you think you know all about climate change but did you know the world is spending nearly one billion dollars.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on X96

X96

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on X96

"Attended the hourlong Sunday service at the Robbie powwow garden. I think it's very I think he's found I think he's found a new money making scheme he performed well it's here it was it is now. west performance free west performed with a a choir of eighty singers woman from California to the Wyoming Sunday morning the music included fourteen choir pieces focused on worship and nontraditional hymns as well as reworked versions of songs by no doubt and nirvana. he apparently as recently purchased this ranch west of Cody Wyoming and Joaquin Phoenix the new joker movie he's doing publicity for that I don't concern I want to say next week maybe it's another week after Savvas performance as the joker won the top prize in the Venice Film Festival couple of weeks ago and it has him the bill won't be in line for awards glory it from other sources it says but Joaquin Phoenix appears uncomfortable with talking about the movie's violent content that goes along with the backstory of how Batman's nemesis came to be and he walked out of an interview with the telegraph film critic Robbie Collin rather than answer a direct question about whether joker the joker movie might incite violence he left the room in his account of the incident published in the British newspaper last Friday Collins said that he asked Phoenix if he worries that his character might. perversely end up inspiring exactly the kind of people it's about with potentially tragic results the staff can be the first person to. to point this out. people have after a long pause Phoenix replied why why would you. and then he got up and left according to the telegraph he returned an hour later after consulting with a press rep for Warner brothers and he explained that he had panicked and he had never thought about the question that's fine that'll yard to believe that's the first thing I thought about when I saw the trailer like me sold what I thought we got another taxi driver we've got another fight for Batman yeah well like I I don't I don't understand what you're saying I thought I saw that and I and I saw a taxi driver and I didn't ever think and I think that the stories about that those movies inspiring violence are nonsense for the most part do you like yeah you mean when people say I watch this and then I went to the I think it's yeah I think I think that that's I think that people use that as an excuse to do what they want to do I think that they're already there that didn't cause them to become that can inspire it didn't cause them to become that way no not perfectly normal people that go to a movie I'm saying they just say off now now like you know what I want to do yeah no I don't that's well that's my point the people would see that girl I feel like he feels and he's figured out a way to deal with that I gonna try to do what he did that's what I'm talking well then I guess we shouldn't do them we shouldn't now we just have to remind everyone. even though the movie is about him he's not a hero he's the bad guy this is the portrait of a man in decline you don't want to be like him it's like Travis Bickle it's the same. same approaching a former university of Utah student claims the campus police department did nothing to help her after she was raped on campus by another student the allegations from two thousand six were made public this month and only after she saw how Laura McCloskey's case was handled. just last week the title nine office met with the Salim what Beth color own met with Salim bath called wrote about her case there's a different university president campus police chief right now but held room claims the mishandling of cases by police on campus is still happening she said she was a freshman in two thousand six and she the man she had hung out with a few times started drinking in her dorm room I was not an experienced Rinker so I was immediately drunk and eventually I blacked out and when I blacked out I was right she said I came to and during the actual assault her report to the university campus police department shows the man fell to the floor several times as she screamed at him to get out and then now but she said information wasn't available counseling services weren't available the department didn't helper there was no protection plan that she that they could put in place against her assailant who was another student I didn't take a rape kit but I was told I wouldn't really have the case anyway if I tried to pursue it in court she said that the university was just absolutely no help at all in dealing with the situation by the way if you and I know Jeanie your kind of contemplating this if you. felt felt like you were going to start going topless here in Utah I because not because the ban against going topless not fair the nipple has been freed allegedly did not well the tenth U. S. circuit court ruling in the free the nipple case versus fort Collins generated a lot of internet buzz but Andy McCullough. famed stripper lawyer here in Salt Lake City says hold on. hold on he's the voice of reason here he is he said the judge so can can women's are going topless whenever they feel like it in Utah the short answer is no because the case out of the tenth circuit court was addressing a statute in fort Collins he said to the extent that ordinance is problematic from an equal protection standpoint it applies to that ordinance itself in the tenth circuit court they they sided with Britney Hoagland and Samantha six who sued for columns over its ban on women going topless alleging it violated their right for equal protection under the US constitution now the appeal presents a narrow question did the District Court reversibly Arian issuing the preliminary injunction well the answer is no but now women there was they were talking about this because women here in Utah who are exotic dancers have to wear pasties yeah and G. strings. and so the there immediately now saying and I mean they're not a lot of clubs that do that here in Salt Lake or like in the maybe two or three four they said no can okay we can get rid of our pasties now right well no alcohol thing that's gonna nudity thing it set but but they're they're saying and Andy but call I think is looking into this it's still means that you have the right to go for a man to go topless on stage where there's alcohol. being presented like the the the Chippendales dancer yeah so women should be afforded that same right and now the Utah state legislature saying well maybe we're gonna have to revisit our law about exotic dancers here and see how we handle that because they say they still the one that they have the same law that got bruh he's in trouble with dead pool and and they and they won that case will with the rocky Anderson being their attorney the governor but has signed a has signed legislation a series of bills passed in the last national segment including two major bills making changes to laws governing medical cannabis and also beer the medical cannabis legislation they they cut made more for the pharmacies available or more dispensaries available and a couple of other tweaks to it and the governor signed that the governor also signed a a piece of legislation which would allow grocery and convenience stores to pre state. have your beer in anticipation of a November first sale date that just means have in the back and then we'll put it out of the band in three point two beer which is forced you talk to do so as well and the way the law had been written the the legislature saying you can't get any of that have your alcohol content beer you can even have it in the store until November first in the grocery stores and and you know the convenience stores I got a beer cave here to stock you know what I'm going to just we got it we got it we got a border how some of this stuff so it'll be ready to go well they they listen to reason there and said okay you can do that yeah. and they also approved a one point five million dollar settlement with former Utah Attorney General John swallow. we don't have a jury on corruption related charges. I mean that he didn't do it there is a rumor there is a rumor that he's going to use that money to buy a boat. do they know about the boat well they do now. a U. N. climate summit. United Nations climate action summit on Monday was meant to highlight concrete promises by presidents prime ministers and corporate executives to wean the global economy from fossil fuels to avoid the worst effects of global warming but despite protests in the streets China on Monday made no new promises to take stronger climate action the United States having vowed to pull out of the Paris agreement the pact among nations to jointly fight climate change said nothing at all a host of countries made only incremental promises of the contrast between the slow pace of action and the urgency of the problem was underscored by Swedish climate activists Greta Bloomberg sixteen years old who. just tore into world leaders for their business as usual approach she's fearless as the eyes of all future generations are upon you she said her voice quivering with rage if you choose to fail us I say we will never forgive you. there are some concrete measures the United States or United Nations secretary general Antonio Guterres said in closing remarks that seventy seven countries had announced efforts to achieve net zero by twenty fifty. it doesn't. it it only will be veritest somewhat successful if big countries though United States and China and China. they didn't say anything about it yesterday but China has in the past said we are aware that this is a big problem and we are huge polluters we understand well they've been doing a lot of solar and they're and they're trying as sad time in the past he said we we we are committed to becoming you know carpet net zero yeah that's what we're gonna do they they they looked around at the the price of their rapid economic expansion and then they looked around and went oh wait people can breathe. I mean it's much worse there than it is here and yeah because they had no constraints on any of that because they wanted to expand the economy so rapidly they did she hit she mentioned that she and she said it's also simply but so brilliantly she said were in the beginning of a mass extinction an all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth and that is exactly what I'm so what I'm saying that China too to their credit has started to reverse that you know they've said we know this is we can tell how what how horrible a problem it is because then using the you sure pictures from China the their pollution there is is just a real thick in a lot of cities and so they they know that they're in trouble I was a bizarre for how much time we have here before we eat great need for one more story okay I'll do this one. she was in the news yesterday I forgot to get to it. are there is there this is the story of a of a marriage proposal gone terribly wrong all this adds a Louisiana man has drowned after proposing to his girlfriend under water while the couple was vacationing in Tanzania Steven Weber and can you show and Juan were staying in Pemba island in a wooden wooden cabin that had a bedroom submerged in the ocean so it was a it's a glass room you you enter it from above above it only shore and then the you go down into this and that's kind of cool it's this glass bedroom scene pictures the ocean all around you yeah and so Mister Weber proposed to Thursday bike swimming under water and holding a hand written note against the bedroom window according to a video that and won posted on Friday on Facebook before presenting a rang the know which Weber and placed inside.

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"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"greta bloomberg" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"To the federal government the book the third pillar markets in the state leave the community behind. Welcome back down here with you on the line with this is Julia Olson executive director and chief legal counsel for our children's trust. Also, an edging professor at the university of Oregon school of law. Our children's trust dot org is the website. The Twitter handle is youth the governor while you t h V as in verses gove, G O V. Julia welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me. So today, we've got kids all across the nation walking out. Is this something that you all were involved with urge or are is just a a an organic process. I mean, how did this come about? They used they used to US climate steak. That's happening today. The inspired by Greta. Bloomberg of. And she has been striking every Friday for quite a long time now and she called on the use of killing her on much and and did a school shake, and so the young girls. Yeah. In high school. They took up the mantle and. And we're supporting that this is fair wreck. That's great. That's great. So tell us where where is the recap the lawsuit for us? And then tell us where you're at on that right now. Please. Talked me method Juliana versus de LA last week. That's correct. Okay. Juliana case is right now, pending in the ninth, circuit, credited, THEO and. Last. We worry about ten days out. Trial and preparing grades. Clearly stated that ultimately. That the night. And the district cyber that. There should be an early review at Togo question. Okay. So we had fully briefed that that appeal the happening right now everywhere have arguments in Portland, Oregon in June. That's great. I'm I'm very very much looking forward to that. Are there other lawsuits you said was was asking specifically about this one? Are you guys involved that other lawsuits as well? Hey, you kind of again. You had died. The government. That's fine. Yeah. Right right in Oregon. There's an important case. That's at the Reagan supreme court right now actually being supported by LA county on the side of the that's great. And and what are we calling for here? We're talking with Julie Olson, executive director of our children's trust dot org. Are is it just to ask the federal government? And in the case of presumably state losses. The state governments to stop subsidizing fossil fuels or to start subsidising green energy or adding how how far are we going with it with these appeals? Wreck the youth speaking in these cases is the question. To engage. That. The timing the lives and fictional security. And rape that we are had to declare that the governments I thinking. On their constitutional rights and destroying public. Like aaron. And then she ordered governments to stop. Right and continuing to promote energy plan that would be based on what? Scientists say is necessary to the night energy system quickly to try to help climate change extraordinary. Extremely juliet. You're you're doing great work in. Thanks so much for dropping by the program today in updating us on what's going on. And and by the way. Julia before you go down, assuming that the best.

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