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Germany finds huge cocaine shipment; Dutch discover 2nd one

Mike Gallagher

00:36 sec | 20 hrs ago

Germany finds huge cocaine shipment; Dutch discover 2nd one

"Customs authorities in Germany and Belgium of sees the record haul more than 23 tons of cocaine into raids this month in the German city of Hamburg. More than 16 tons of cocaine was concealed in tins of wall filler, which had entered Europe on a container ship from Paraguay. The rest was discovered in the Belgian port of Antwerp, hidden in a container filled with wood blocks from Panama. It follows one of the largest ever heroin seizures in Europe. Officials at the port of Rotterdam impounded more than 1.5 tons of the class a drug detected in a batch of Himalayan sea salt the BBC's Anna

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China steps up threats to reclaim Taiwan

Between The Lines

05:51 min | Last week

China steps up threats to reclaim Taiwan

"China's rise as a great power it showing more and more attention towards reclaiming territory that long regarded as its own witness. Beijing's conduct in the south china sea. The east china sea hong kong the himalayan border with india. And of course. Taiwan fifteen chinese planes were detected flying into taiwan southwest air defense identification zone or on sunday taiwan's ministry of national defense said sunday's incursion involved twelve fighter jets to anti-submarine aircraft and reconnaissance plane. This comes less than twenty four hours. After the people's liberation army air force flew thirteen combat aircraft including chinese bomber planes capable of carrying nuclear weapons into the same region that was from the south korean english language. Every rung account of china's recent intimidation of the lovely liberal democracy of nearly twenty four million people. now one of my guest today has warned the australian defence department. Beijing is highly likely to attempt to take over taiwan using all means short of war as early as twenty. Twenty four ponder that a chinese takeover of taiwan by twenty twenty four. Linda jacobson is the specialist who delivered this assessment to the morrison government. A few months ago linder is founding director and deputy chair of china matters and she joins us from finland. Hello linda welcome back to between the lines. Thank you for having me again. Tom and joining us in sydney. Is natasha qassam. A research fellow at the low institute by the natasha. Thanks for having me tom now. Linda recently published. China matter explores policy brief. Summarize succinctly or faces tom. We've been talking for a long time. That taiwan is possibly explosive issue in our region. I'm saying it again now. Because the president xi jinping has made it clear that contrary to his predecessors he does not think we can leave the unresolved political status of taiwan to future generations. He wants to see movement towards what the chinese say reunification of the mainland and taiwan during his lifetime. That's the first point. The second one is that as of late. Probably because of some of the recent events which you alluded to among others the pfc's actions in hong kong. There's been a lot of talk of war of outright military conflict between taiwan and the pfc. I think these media reports have the problem into the wrong perspective. I think it is unlikely that we will see outright war over taiwan's future but we are very likely to see beijing making a move which is a protractive extensive intensive campaign of pressure using all means short of war to bring the taiwanese political leadership to its knees and agree to negotiate nothing more without preconditions taiwanese leadership has already said they will negotiate. But the pfc wants to negotiate on the basis that there is only one china in other words in negotiations have to end in some sort of agreement about unification so that's in a nutshell is what the policy brief argues. We should appear for this kind of extensive intensive pressure campaign using all means short of a case. i'm not. She heard linda's assessment. There of the chinese threat to taiwan china's military invasion of taiwan's unlikely. Highly unlikely so expect by gene to launch a step by step coercion of taiwan using all main short of war to force taiwan's latest into negotiations to etc unification natasha. What's your response. I'm inclined to agree with linda that this kind of phased coercion with many policy measures that china can easily scale up is the most likely scenario are and we can already see that happening. We can already see china attempting to launch multiple cyber attacks in taiwan to economically co west taiwan to try to put pressure intensive media coverage and even to infiltrate some of those local level groups to try to tan politics in a different way in taiwan. All these measures today have been relatively unsuccessful. China made it very clear that they wa against the current president citing win and that they were going to punish the taiwanese for her. These kinds of measures only encouraged the taiwanese people the vast majority of which do not want to be a part of china to turn out in support and fight to when last year. And at the same time we've also seen the country really come together during this covid nineteen pandemic and we've seen a really incredible of trust in institutions and in that democratic system of government. In a way that perhaps we haven't seen in other countries so i'm inclined to agree with these being the right measures but on the other hand i would say that the military option very much remains on the table not perhaps in the short term but from china's the incredible buildup of the people's liberation army that we've seen over the past decade has very much been directed at a potential taiwan

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Himalayan glacier disaster highlights climate change risks

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Himalayan glacier disaster highlights climate change risks

"Glacier disaster highlights What climate change brings as far as risks to human life, Charles Della Desmond reports. Rescue workers continue digging through a tunnel in north India, where dozens of workers are missing after the sudden collapse off a Himalayan glacier. While distraught relatives have gathered at the disaster site to search for missing family members, scientists are investigating what caused the Glazier to break Possibly and other large or a release of accumulated water. Experts say climate change may be to blame since warming temperatures are shrinking glaciers Making them unstable. I'm Charles deal with asthma

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Himalayan glacier disaster highlights climate change risks

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Himalayan glacier disaster highlights climate change risks

"The Himalayan place you'll disaster has highlighted climate change risks rescue workers continue digging through a tunnel in North India where dozens of workers are missing after the sudden collapse of the Himalayan glacier about this truth relatives have gathered at the disaster site to search for missing family members scientists are investigating what cools the place you to break possibly on alone or release of accumulated water experts say climate change may be to blame since warming temperatures a shrinking glaciers making them unstable I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Rescuers look for survivors of Indian glacier flood disaster

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rescuers look for survivors of Indian glacier flood disaster

"Teams continue to look for survivors following the India please see a flood disaster hundreds of rescue workers scouring Rabin's on valleys in northern India looking for survivors of the part of the Himalayan place you broke off sending a devastating flood down river this left over thirty people dead and well over one hundred missing one of the rescue efforts is focused on the tunnel at the hydro electric power plant Wimbledon three dozen workers have been out of contact since the flood occurred on Sunday footage filmed at the scene showed a torrent of floodwater flowing toward several buildings which is swept away by the surge I'm Charles last month

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Many die, hundreds missing as Himalayan glacier bursts in India

Pacifica Evening News

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Many die, hundreds missing as Himalayan glacier bursts in India

"Officials in northern India are working to rescue more than three dozen power plant workers trapped in a tunnel after part of a Himalayan glacier broke off. And sent a wall of water and debris rushing down the mountainside. The disaster killed at least 18, people left 165, others missing and damaged dams and homes downstream. Experts say the disaster could be linked to global warming is on guard reports. Dot enough rock, water and stones descended in the state of authority on on Sunday, crossing two dams on a number of human settlements and its path. People living along the banks had to be evacuated, but the workers and the dams have not been so lucky. Certain rescue operations are underway, but authorities fear there's to be a mass casualty event. Experts are concerned that seven other glaciers in the Himalayan range could also be melting rapidly raising the threat of floods in the low lying areas. Climate activists blame the catastrophe on human activity. The government is assuring that the threat

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How does a glacier burst? Flooding in India leaves several dead and 165 missing

KYW 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

How does a glacier burst? Flooding in India leaves several dead and 165 missing

"Is underway after a glacier broken northern India, triggering a massive flood. At least 26 people are dead more than 165 still missing. His rescue teams work to find survivors and recover bodies. Authorities scrambled to evacuate villages after the violent surge wiped out one hydro electric plant and damaged another. Emergency crews managed to rescue 16 workers from a muddy trench. But a massive operation is still underway to find dozens more trapped in a tunnel that stretches more than a mile. Authorities are searching for bodies downstream and fear the death toll from this disaster will rise substantially. Scientists say warming temperatures are melting the Himalayan ice at such an alarming speed, most glaciers could disappear by the end of the century. Tina Crouse,

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Rescuers look for survivors of Indian glacier disaster

NBC Nightly News

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Rescuers look for survivors of Indian glacier disaster

"A piece of a himalayan glacier broke off sunday tumbled into the river and turned it into a torrent soldiers and police managed to rescue dozens of survivors as they emerged from tombs of mud. Clay and debris the area is so remote. The rescue crews had to chopper in and rappel down the canyon walls. Dozens at least have been killed around. Two hundred people remain unaccounted for. Climate scientists. say this is the destructive power of global warming and warn more is coming unless we act it does look like we are making disasters of this type more likely climate change israel. We're seeing effects of it all the time for a second night around two thousand indian soldiers and police are searching for survivors. Some trapped in tunnels india has also dispatched a team of scientists to determine the exact link to climate change.

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UN stands ready to support relief, in aftermath of deadly India flash floods

UN News

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

UN stands ready to support relief, in aftermath of deadly India flash floods

"Un secretary general antonio guitarist said that he's been deeply saddened at the loss of life inflicted by deadly flooding from glacier in the indian himalayas at the weekend at least fourteen people reportedly died and over one hundred and seventy missing after the tragedy in uttarakhand province on sunday which also fifteen people rescued. Initially the united nations stands ready to contribute to ongoing rescue and assistance efforts. Mister gutierrez said in a statement according to reports a torrent of water rock and debris from the glossy cascaded into communities living downstream also damaging damn blasio bursts and the flash floods that they cause are extremely destructive natural hazards the himalayan region particularly vulnerable to such disasters which have been made more likely by climate change and temperature rise

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Rescuers in India digging for 37 trapped in glacier flood

Mike Gallagher

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rescuers in India digging for 37 trapped in glacier flood

"Rescuers in northern India working to reach 37 trapped power plant workers part of a Himalayan glacier broke off, unleashing a wall of water and debris that killed at least 18 people and trapped those workers in 2000. Members of the military. Paramilitary groups and police have been taking part in search and rescue operations in the northern state of Uttar canned after Sunday's flood, which destroyed one damn Damaged another on washed away homes downstream. Officials say the focus is now on saving more than three dozen workers who stuck inside a tunnel at one of the affected hijo power plants. Senior official says the tunnel is filled with debris, which has come from a gushing river on machines are being used to clear the way I'm Charles

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Rescuers in India digging for 37 trapped in glacier flood

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rescuers in India digging for 37 trapped in glacier flood

"Teams in northern India while working to rescue thirty seven up trapped power plant workers off the part of the Himalayan glace you broke off the authorities say eighteen people have so far been declared dead on over one hundred sixty remain missing more than two thousand members of the military paramilitary groups and police have been taking part in search and rescue operations in the northern state of Uttar kind off to Sunday's flood which destroyed one dam damaged another and washed away homes downstream officials say the focus is now on saving more than three dozen workers who stuck inside a tunnel that's one of the affected hydro power plants a senior official said the tunnel is filled with debris which has come from a gushing river and machines are being used to clear the way I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Scores Are Feared Dead In India After Himalayan Glacier Breaks Away

Reveal

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Scores Are Feared Dead In India After Himalayan Glacier Breaks Away

"Massive search and rescue operation is underway in northern India after part of a Himalayan mountain glacier broke off and triggered landslides and flooding. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports at least 125 people are missing. It started when part of the Nanda Davey Glacier broke off. Blasting through a hydro electric dam. Video recorded by witnesses shows an avalanche of mud, water and debris rushing through a ravine in India's Tera con state. Many of those missing are believed to be workers at that Damn, one local resident says. It happened so fast. There was no time to alert anyone. The military has been called in to help villages are being evacuated downstream. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that he's praying for everyone's safety. This is an area of the Himalayas, where environmental experts have cautioned against building such dams and

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Glacier Bursts in India, Leaving 150 Missing in Floods

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Glacier Bursts in India, Leaving 150 Missing in Floods

"Of the Himalayan glassy A broke away in utter Akane state videos posted on social media showed a torrent of water gushing through the Dalai Ganga river in the district of family. The government has asked people living close to the banks further downstream to evacuate. Ah Hydro electric power project has been damaged. That's the latest BBC news.

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FACT SMACK: Spider Edition

Short Wave

04:46 min | 3 weeks ago

FACT SMACK: Spider Edition

"Okay kwong here's how this is gonna work all right. Sebastian gets roughly ten minutes facts to prove that his critter of choice. Spiders are the coolest critters. Okay got it now. These are general spider facts. So sebastian gets to call on any spider. He wants which gives him a lot to choose from. There are like roughly forty five thousand species of spiders and to give you a sense of context. Think about an animal that we see all the time or type of animal mammals right there are only about six thousand or so species of mammals that covers literally everything from shrews to wales to rhinos compared to the forty five thousand as of spiders nest so many spy seen mammals. Like it's just where it's at. Now where's that okay. So here's the thing it's not just. How many of them there. It's also where they live. Spiders are out here. Along in here is pretty much everywhere. See this is one of my favorite things about Planet earth is basically. Wherever i go. I can find a spider because they are spiders living everywhere from the inter titles on right at the ocean's edge to forests to dryest desert's where they build sand tunnels under the sand up on mountains not as regular mountains all the way up to the slopes of mount everest and everything in between a hold on he just said there are spiders that live on mount everest. Oh yeah clung. There's a famous one up. There called the himalayan jumping spider. They live up to twenty two thousand feet or sixty seven hundred meters above sea level. They are the spider the animal that is arguably the highest permanent resident on earth. They're living in the penthouse on our planet incredible. I wouldn't have thought i wouldn't have thought spider. I would've thought something else. Yeah i know me neither. But i love this because even its species name omni superstars is kind of perfect for talking smack. The omni superstar means stands above everything because it is literally above us at all points of the day of the night of the year. Watching down a bunks. All be lower animals. Identify lower animal. You know about that spider. Maybe your soul mate. All right what else do you got supplier okay. So the one that sent me over the spider edge wong. Did you know that there are multiple types of spiders who live at least part-time underwater. Like i'm talking seawater freshwater. They're out there. I mean you must find that amazing because you can barely swim. Wow wow wow. Wow emily everyone else was getting to talk. Smack didn't turn honestly fair but her full fare but herve okay. Okay so anyways. There's this spider that lives underwater called the diving bell spider and they basically make a sifi like underwater dome of air. That's their air pocket. Go there when they need to breathe and the rest of the time they just go out and they bring a little like bubble of air around their lungs which on a spider on the bottom of the abdomen. Bring a bubble of air around with that and they're just walking around underwater. They are catching food under their catching fish catching small insects and their entire life every part of their lifespan from birth to reproduction to death. Okay even i. A person who doesn't think about spiders will admit this incredibly cool that spiders are really living all over. The place got range qualm. They got rained. I don't mean like as a group of species. Some spiders legit have ranged. in fact many spiders can fly. I mean technically it's called ballooning but they're flying get out what they'll do is they. Basically will just release silk into the wind and it goes up and basically turns into like a kite. But when you're a light enough to be a spider something that's like a kite is basically like an air balloon out of here and okay. Here's the thing though. It's not just them catching the wind. There's evidence that spiders can sense earth's electric fields and take advantage of that to shoot up into the sky

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Nepali team first to top world's 2nd tallest peak in winter

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Nepali team first to top world's 2nd tallest peak in winter

"The team is not please climbers have made history by skating Pakistan's K. two the world's second highest peak Pakistan's all playing club soccer treat cara high dairy confirm the climb was an exceptional achievements the client get to first time inventors and over twenty eight thousand feet K. two is the most prominent peak on the Pakistani side of the Himalayan range winter winds on Katie can blow up more than a hundred and twenty five miles per hour and temperatures dropped to minus seventy six Fahrenheit underscoring the danger hi Terry reported a Spanish member of one of the four international teams trying to make the winter ascents died in the efforts wide descending from can one took Biskind Karen Thomas

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How Zoom might stay relevant post-pandemic

OC Talk Radio

05:58 min | Last month

How Zoom might stay relevant post-pandemic

"Back to our listeners. And welcome back to work place perspective. Julie mccoy thank you to recite a happy new year. And thank you for having me back again. Sorry excited. I love that. We've with scientific arthur time. We've had to kick off our new year. I think it's a great way to do it. Twenty twenty one. Can you believe it. thank goodness right. Never so happy to see a year in the rear view mirror ever well. This is a great topic today. We're gonna be talking about lessons from twenty twenty one that we can take forward with us into this new year. What we could use to improve ourselves improve our lines and provide quality of lives and leaving behind everything. That doesn't serve us. So i am so excited to talk about this list. Jump right into it. Well thank you theresa sought. I've done a lot of reflecting on your twenty eight twenty as we leave it in the rear view mirror. Thank goodness but i. I think it's really important for your listeners. To before they russ not normalcy and twenty twenty one whenever that takes place. I think it's really important to reflect upon things that they undoubtedly learned in the what i call the roussel of twenty twenty because it was that or many of us and some of us bar more than others but You know there's a seeing among the coaching community that there's no comfort in the growth zone and no growth in the comfort zone and we've all been terribly uncomfortable to varying degrees where the past year and we now see the light. The end of the tunnel return to our normal are were teens and had dick schedules. And and i think it's really important to tag out or the experience of twenty twenty uncomfortable experience the lessons that we all learned and in a city. Here right now. Sort of your listeners may be dismissing that Because you know it they were mostly more focused on the pain and how to get through it and what was going to happen next year that accompanied all of his nyan certainty of it but invariably we. I am certain that we all learned things. Maybe we learned a new skill for example. I know a lot of people Might i'll take myself as an example. I wasn't really much of a cook. Started this process. Why us man. I ate out a lot. We got to take now snatch And all of a sudden is down than i had. Actually prepare a week's worth of menus. Arkansas and prepare food and i became a much better cook because i had to learn how to do things like substitute ingredients. And before i was just following the recipe rigidly. Because that's all i knew how to do. I had no idea. I'm substitute well. If you can't just run out and store to get one item because that's too dangerous right to your hell. I figure that out. So there's there was real learning around that For me i. I know of other people who had to learn how to be alone. Alana people just really can't stand thought of being alone and on the isolation of this pandemic inspires ties into that You know i would say that as we need this year last year behind us it's important to take a moment to reflect on what we gained on and there were a lot of positives. They came out of twenty twenty on on a broader scale For example the images of the clear skies in los angeles on this beautiful days when there was no pollution the images of the himalayan mountain one which you never see right because it's always obscured and smog the fact that a lot of us learned that our lives were so much more hectic when we were running around in our cars going back and forth to meetings there was so much easier just to sit down at our desk in have a really productive. Absolutely you know. I find that amazing now and that was one of the first things i noticed was how much time i saved by. Not having to and i still get ready. The i get up. I put my hair up close make module around and everything but still. It's so awesome. How much time you save right. And you're saving the environment at time. And you arrive at meetings not so frazzled. Especially in southern california when you're driving in traffic all of the time I you know. I just woke that going forward. Some of us will remember value of hadden's in meetings which they seem very awkward in the beginning and some people tatum so much they just signed off and reviews combat. But were those of us who had to stick it out. There were these we had to accomplish. I think we learned how to work through the awkwardness of winners. It might've speedy and ocean the conduct brisson's talking and once we did that we download it was really productive platform for getting things done and could sit down calmly in our desk with a cup of coffee or glass of water and proceed to our meeting without the rush of. Oh i just got the freeway. I'm laid i gotta find parking place. A russian take an elevator. So i i just hope that some of us will from time to time and undoubtedly in person meetings organic resume as soon as nike And i hope that some of the small may be take her pause in every now and then say you know. This meeting doesn't have to be. We're solidity in the comfort of our own homes or on offices and students via sumer via conference call.

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Bhutan lawmakers vote to decriminalize same-sex relations

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Bhutan lawmakers vote to decriminalize same-sex relations

"In Bhutan have voted to decriminalize same sex relations such mito Pataki reports. It's the latest South Asian country to do so. Activists are celebrating after Bhutan's lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to amend a law that penalized what it called unnatural sex that's widely interpreted as gay sex. The amendment will become final after Bhutan's King approves it, but that's considered a formality. Mood dance move is the latest in a series of legislations recognizing LGBTQ rights in South Asia two years ago, Bhutan's neighbor, India decriminalized homosexuality by striking down a colonial era law. Next year. Nipple, another Himalayan country will count LGBTQ people in its senses for the first

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As Weed Becomes Legal, THC and CBD Find Their Way into Ice Cream

Business Wars Daily

01:30 min | 3 months ago

As Weed Becomes Legal, THC and CBD Find Their Way into Ice Cream

"To the home. Stretch of twenty twenty everyone. The dust is settled on this year's election. And it's clear that this year's winner is we'd montana. Arizona south dakota and new jersey all approved ballot measures related to legalizing recreational pot bringing the total number of states. Where you can smoke. Eat or otherwise ingest cannabis just for fun to fifteen plus the district of columbia and wherever. There's a new market opportunity. There's an eager entrepreneur ready to light it up inner mellow ice cream. A start up ice cream brand attempting to be the first. Thc and cbd infused ice cream sold in california mallows. Ice cream will be infused with cannabis. Dial or cbd cbd and thc. Both natural compounds found in cannabis but thc is the one that makes you feel high. Cbd has been legal since the farm. Bill was signed into law two years ago. The stipulation is that it must be derived from hemp and contain no more than point three percent. Thc mellow went all in and put both compounds in its ice cream just a year old. The to entrepreneurs who founded the company will even do offs around los angeles in a tesla fitted with a freezer in the trunk. And if you're feeling less fancy the company also delivers pre rolled joints mellow currently offers just three flavors mint chocolate chip himalayan sea salt and caramel. And he shouldn't vanilla peanut buttercup. But it's planning more ice cream flavors and perhaps even a mellow ice cream truck in the future but only in select states

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"himalayan" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"himalayan" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"himalayan" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"himalayan" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"If you're on the part of spirituality, , you've probably come across the Book Autobiography for Yogi and Other Yogurt books. . They talk about these mystical Himalayan yogis would live for a hundred and ten honored and twenty, , one, , hundred, , thirty years or even beyond that what are the secrets? ? How are they able to live deal such an ordeal and more importantly power they were retain their youthful glow in the air vigour and energy. . Even at such an orphanage are all those stories just mitts and rumors are is there some truth to what they're saying today I'm going to attempt to tell you at least one secret that might be key to living longer and I'm going to tell you how you can apply these secrets. . Into your life to live longer once I've action tribe Asia here, , host and founder of my seven chuckers my seven chuck dot com the place where we help you expedience healing awakening and abundance. . While what are you? ? It has been right. . So many changes corona wireless masks, , social distancing staying at home, , and of course, , the implications of all of this on our mental health, , our jobs, , our relationships, , and the entire word and this phase. . Has Allowed a lot of us to really go inwards and find out what we're truly passionate about and how we can align with our life's book, , and for me this is really affirm to me that Mike Calling lies in helping you heal yourself Gombe yo mind and relax your diabetes and I've been meaning to do more of these solo episodes but you know what? I ? just don't WanNA create episodes for the sake of it. . Which is why I took the time to go inwards, , get more clarity and alignment on exactly. . I'm here to do and be a sponge and really dive into the stories into the practices dealt out experimented on myself and research all of the stuff that will help you my friend lead a better quality life and I feel that I'm ready to share because I have honestly missed connecting one with you. . I do the interviews but this thing that we have here. . That especial so I appreciate you listening and I want to do more of this but the question for today's what is the longevity secret of the Himalayan. . Yoga. . So to attempt to answer this question, , let's I stand the a lifestyle. . Most of these Yogis were live high up in the mountains inside kids where there was record and with less oxygen at that elevation what would they eat? ? They would <hes> mostly various and fruits and food available out in nature, , and they would have bath in the cool cool waters of the rivers Gord explosion, , and of course, , they will also do. . Yoga. . And they would also do. . Dancing practices to align themselves to purify their energy and to connect with the universe. . But have you noticed something about people living high up in the mountains whether it's mountains in Tibet or Himalayas are Switzerland or the Andes? ? These people they seem happy. . This seem youthful they seem radiant. . They seem fit. . So can there be something about the oxygen. . Our lack of oxygen there might be factor in this three words action tribe brief. . Intermittent hype boxer I'm going to explain more but hold onto these words. . Brief intermittent hypoc show you somewhere in the nineteen thirties. . Russian scientists discovered that when you reduce the desired level of oxygen in your blood for a brief period of time that are many positive outcomes outcome such as increased level of haemoglobin production. . Production of nitric oxide, , which defends the body and especially the tissues against oxidative damage and prevents erectile dysfunction in men, , and also another benefit is the increase assocation of stem cells which have the unique capacity to differentiate into worship. . Any kind of cell in your body, , which has major implications for healing and longevity. . So these Russian scientists discover amazing benefits of brief intimate hype box. . Here I know it's a lawful, , but they were busy trying to replicate this in their elite athletes and perform us, , and they will literally Dick these high-performance athletes on helicopters to high altitudes where there is less oxygen they created these hypo Barak. . Chambers to systematically reduce oxygen levels and gas mixtures that contained ten percent oxygen, , even less than that to induce intimated HYPOC boxy conditions in the body. .

"himalayan" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"himalayan" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"For Energy? Throughout. The base of the spine to the crown of the. Worth thousands of. This ancient wisdom has been can stop master to disciple what are the functions of these energy such. And Cook these chucked, help you unlike your destiny and find your true purpose. To my Senate chocolate and now your host. Jay Kumar. If you're on the part of spirituality, you've probably come across the Book Autobiography for Yogi and Other Yogurt books. They talk about these mystical Himalayan yogis would live for a hundred and ten honored and twenty, one, hundred, thirty years or even beyond that what are the secrets? How are they able to live deal such an ordeal and more importantly power they were retain their youthful glow in the air vigour and energy. Even at such an orphanage are all those stories just mitts and rumors are is there some truth to what they're saying today I'm going to attempt to tell you at least one secret that might be key to living longer and I'm going to tell you how you can apply these secrets. Into your life to live longer once I've action tribe Asia here, host and founder of my seven chuckers my seven chuck dot com the place where we help you expedience healing awakening and abundance. While what are you? It has been right. So many changes corona wireless masks, social distancing staying at home, and of course, the implications of all of this on our mental health, our jobs, our relationships, and the entire word and this phase. Has Allowed a lot of us to really go inwards and find out what we're truly passionate about and how we can align with our life's book, and for me this is really affirm to me that Mike Calling lies in helping you heal yourself.

"himalayan" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

04:46 min | 8 months ago

"himalayan" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"Information. We need to do much more monitoring around the effects of the animals out there, and you know clearly throughout out. The plan talks about ecological fix in managing so the number of. At the based on what the ecological sick, and that is the effect of these animals grazing on these ecosystem. So, what is it that eating What is it? They're impacting upon? What what what's? What's the baseline of species that we have out there? And what are we losing losing anything so we need much more information before we can. Consider changing that plan anyway. So. Would you like to see that? As part of the consultation process that doc now has to do? Yeah, it's lutely so much more much more embittered. targeted monitoring of the Alpine ecosystems. Particular species that these animals like to to eat, and what what is the impact on the you know, we know that they graze on topic in his eight and right down to virtually nothing in some places so and toxic is just one of. Stephen More than seven hundred species in subspecies and varieties of Alpine plant that out there so we and then we also need to know. What is? The impact on those plants, and what is the impact on the animals, the native animals that live out there that the penal no species so a lot of work to be done to find out exactly what the impact of tyrod raising is having on these Alpine ecosystems I m booth has been extremely unhappy that for the past two years. Bull Tat haven't been called a national parks so under bit nine hundred ninety. Ninety three control plan bolt has allowed to lift the, and that's what the march legal action is about. We have gone along to those meetings in questions that at every opportunity. Why why are you leaving those bow tie in their win? Clearly the planes all say the statutory obligation is to remove them, which is why we thought to take some action. A decoration in the high court fell the lawfulness of that. So yeah, happened in much twenty twenties just before the lockdown, so we now have a decision from the Hukou last. Friday, that asked the same question in his coming out, clearly saying it's all Tasha be targeted the national parks and there was no. What did the judge say in paragraph? ADP paragraph. Eighteen foot six I am not persuaded that there's any relevant circumstance state request talk to exempt all tied located with the National Parks on the grounds that the calling as any possible in the killing of other. So you know he's? He's clearly come out and see that it's clear that all should be titled in the National Parks So four Al Al Challenge. It's feed, decided we considering that now because he's come out quite clearly, stating they all tash should be targeted and they this just one of the points and out decoration. So we are reconsidering what to do with it now. Okay, so you still in the process of deciding where to go with that court action. You haven't you haven't dropped it yet, but you considering we're considering having a discussion. If our some decides to drop the court action. That's great news for DOC because fighting to court cases at the same time is very time consuming and doc has made it clear repeatedly that they just want to get on with the Kelly. Thanks you see a meanwhile Neil Wallis Ricans. The key to solving this issue as revamping the nine hundred ninety three plan for the Modern Day, my reading, talking to people as An updated Control, pain would would. BE A big fit. Food minus standing has said that they had tied different script. With both countries. Landowners. In conservationist and to meet quite regan because I haven't met since twenty fifteen. It's the seems to be a real breakdown in the relationship between the various parties and gone back to the nineteen ninety-three, which is quite antiquated. Current of adequate creative, and in some of the stuff is not his dated. So I think if you can get some sort of agreement around that, get the Patty's around the table and have discussions I mean there's plenty of comedy area and the saints. It even knows that tie agrees at times need to be a liberal. which is lower than what it is now, so there is common ground, so I think getting round table discussion. came up thought. Today Army O'Donovan the detail is.

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"himalayan" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

08:15 min | 8 months ago

"himalayan" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"So, we're in We kind of in a situation where we are. A non native species was introduced. It's not to flesh in New Zealand, and so we want to control those numbers, and now an industry has sprung up around at which is actually quite valuable, so we kind of want to strike a balance between not having so many tire New Zealand that they overrun the area, but having enough to maintain this entire economy argues. Is that right exactly and? Hunters agree that numbers need to be controlled and they gave me one agrees. Doc Sally wants to control, and it's understandable. Nothing quite right, and and but hunt do not dispute the need to control numbers amid of how you do it, and also the quantum of what you take. Time to saying that calls up tonight because it's been about eighteen thousand killed in the last three years. They say I think percentage of it has been young in females and they're worried that the bottle. Might be born into question because of heavy cal on females. Why is it worse to cal females the mouse well, if you have fewer females for breeding so lots, lots of miles chase governor running around chasing the females, but there's not as many females out the only hip. Offspring a year, so it's a you know. It takes a while to to to recover, and they're worried about the you know the, but let's be seventy five thousand females up here. The thing is in recent years. The top population is. No one's sure exactly why, but documents released newsroom and twenty nine hundred and suggested doc was hamstrung by budget cuts and didn't really try to assist the population for some years. The numbers also rose following helicopter crash between the eighteen which killed to experienced hunters and resulted in a big chunk of the US hunt being canceled. A I have the numbers in mid twenty, nine, thousand nine, suggested the or between twenty five and forty five thousand of them. Even the lowest estimate was two and a half times. The number allowed which team fastened. Since then we've had one breeding season and another cattle, so new Wallace Ricans Coward number. Sit Around fifteen to twenty thousand SAR. DOC came up with the plan. The Department of Conservation plan to Reduce Tom. Llamas to about ten thousand, reducing the population is part of plans to boost vulnerable, nine hundred task, hames landscapes, but not everybody was happy with the plan and sorry last week. It ended up in court. The Tar Foundation, which is brought the called Kegs, Belize hunters were not consulted about the cow plans. It ends resume. Operators are also opposed because they stand to lose significant income with more than five hundred jobs on the line. The foundation also felt DOC's plan undermined the role of hunters that they should play a bigger part and bringing Tanaka's down in dot was sort of cutting into the territory. They felt that it was unlawful and fear, and that they had not been probably consulted, and there have been some picked on the God system on the tourism industry. That should be quashed. Wanted the number that don't kill to be reconsidered and honey seek. Public Domain. Okay, so they thought the dock was killing too many tie itself. Yeah, and they hadn't talked with that with. The decision at South is full of Lego space, but basically doc is allowed to go heat now and kill half the number at wanted to. This is measured by flying hours as Tara. Shot from helicopters dot wanted to spend two hundred fifty hours, telling the TA A threefold increase on blast gym. The judge in this case reduced that to one hundred and twenty five, and the department's also allowed to clear all top from national parks. This shouldn't feet. The commercial industry much is the majority of hunts. Take place on private land. But DOC has to go back and consult tie hunters on what they feel. The overall number should be and how we get the now. The details associate producer cheesy Chang has been changing to some of the involved parties about this allergy. Hi. This is connor flood onto the right our little boat, because of all of the well I suppose because of all of the other news, but it is an incredibly hated as she right absolutely, so the general public probably wouldn't have an idea about how big this issue is, but in the back country, which is a significant chunk of New Zealand. It is an emotional boil of a so. People have really invasiveness and the so upset. So that's why with same to court cases lodged about a on the one side. You have the hunters who saying they didn't have enough consultation and then on the other side. You've got conservation groups saying that the past cows haven't gone far enough so far. Some birds court action goes back as far as much this year, whereas the hunters wanted an injunction against the new plan, and this has all culminated and Saudi courtroom last week. There's a an interesting reaction to this. This right and they all with the parties decided to send out press releases immediately afterwards, claiming victory. It's been a bit strange the reaction year that was pretty surprising, so the tough, our nation see they were really happy because the lack of consultation that they argued that was recognized by the judge and I was happy that the judge ruled, doc could cal tat in the National Parks, and that they would be more consultation about that seeking half of the control plan and Also pleased because it means they can actually start on that first half of the control plan. One of the main problems doc was that it's winter and winter is the best time to call because tie aren't so high up on the mountain, so it's easier to get to the. End Docks really had to push back the original plan by two weeks, so they wanted to start on the first of July. The Tar Foundation still has some BICYC- concern so the foundation cheer Snow Hewitt's sees. A lot has changed since the introduction of the nineteen ninety-three Tarkhan unfold plan which includes land, use and commercial hunting activities tournaments did come back, and did build up and so hunters more and more hunters got into hunting tau recreational guys. Guards. Commissioner hundreds could say there was like a create a business and business and. The Department allowed all of that to happen. Is that enough. Now. We don't know that we don't think that it probably is. There's a Lotta stuff the top and that needs to change before we can do these things properly, and and principally. That's part of the problem. Now have a game animal council, and the Game Animal Council exit didn't exist when the plane was. Fish Risen and provisions in the full management of game animals and in for making. That can be set up to address these things. That's part of the whole problem. Was We were today? The judge had to make a decision based on a on top plan. That's thirty is olden. We've gotta live with it now and. There is a Beta why and we we need to be sitting down and talking bad away and the first thing we've come out with from this as we've asked the game animal council to broker a deal between us and dog. Sit Down and talk about this. It's fundamentally. It's fine the way that everyone. Can they want out of this with added damaging the environment, 'cause. It's the last thing we want whereas match. Passionate about the environment is first and bidder anyone. There's probably more Kiwi tied to spending more time in the packs and conservation lanes than any other single group inside of that patient about that country. They want to look after, but they just WanNa have van Walsum experience of hunting tie. Foster Dude has been very clear about what it wants. The major concern is the vegetation in those. Those Alpine environments and also the other animals which rely on that I spoke to Nike Snow Yank From Frost Booed. Who told me she also wants to see Beijing monitoring of Tar? We need.

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"himalayan" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

07:10 min | 8 months ago

"himalayan" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"Donovan in today on the detail. The legal battle to stop the Department of Conservation going hit with its planned cull of Himalayan. Tar has made it to the High Court in Wellington one countries, endangered species is another country pieced, but the mountain gods known as the Himalayan ta is causing consternation for both hunters and an environmental lobby group in the Department of Conservation has been caught in the crossfire as hunters and conservationists. Fight over Docs proposed tackle program. Everybody agrees. We need to bring numbers down fast like Kant agree on is. How and that's landed the Department of Conservation. In the middle of two secret court cases pulling in opposite directions. So. How did these troublesome ungulates come to be here in the first place? Have we dealt with over the years? And why they spent with a rogue etched in the middle of the night. We actually know the answer to that last one. That's Nepalese name is for the others. To Neil Wallace. WHO's a reporter with INSEAD? So it's like a small gate. Got, rather quite a bushy main. They're incredibly athletic and Nimble living up in. My sashes of environments you could ever imagine and if you see a bowl looking at a rookie crop with a big set of antlers and the bushy mine and Standing sought. Almost underselling them a little bit, he neil. The main is magnificent. Like a goat that's been interbred with MU FAS mind from the lion king does not. Go by the put it and no I'm not a couple of people are hunting them unless I see them in the wall, just it. It's really quite an outstanding thing to say interesting point here is that they're actually an endangered animal. That New Zealand is actually one of the world can hunt because they're actually in the night of harm of Malays. They falling number. Tell me a bit about that new, so we're about. Do they come from? And how did they find the away here? From the Himalayas. Early is obviously with a spirit of British, I took some back to England and That would get the to us by the Jacob beat for didn't notting I four, and there's another shipment five years later, and they were gift to new, Zealand and there was fourteen release them title and the Mount, Cook area and without any natural predators like a lot of introduced animals New Zealand things we do and do not want They speed quite widely throughout the southern Alps. Whereabouts do they live now is still contained to the general connotation. The Iraqi Cook Mount disbarring and whistle initial packs and and the areas adjacent the other areas south initial box adjacent to that so in this sort of net seem steph. Steph we area of cell phone. Tar Survivors, they have these funky dodgy systems, which means they can eat a huge range of plants in this basically means the only limitations on the sprayed Xi's to water in the ARN reproductive rights. That's still an invasive species ends like mini. Invasive species like improperly Mesa open ecosystem. Forest and Birds Nikki Snow Young sees the impact of tar on native vegetation is huge. They won't be call amulets. Grazing animals in the saints of the family is deer and Shammy, and all those other animals that grace and and the Himalayas where they come from. The plant life is completely different to what we have here New Zealand in the night of Vigil Tation here in New Zealand is not adapted to this kind of browsing. Unlike in the Himalayas New Zealand plants don't have any sort of defeats mechanisms slight toxins. Making like it's next. We'll talk to discourage tough from eating beam. And in the national, the National Parks of being seaside to. Protect and preserve native species plants in animals, and this this whole ecosystem, and so I the national parks, and there's a lot of dependency between nicest animals and the plant life that lives Amir for example, Kia, the mountain parrot, which is a a species and free full, really in terms of numbers out there it's known to graze on around about two hundred species that exist, so it has a relationship. He eats two hundred different things out there in the National Park, so there is direct competition between Kia and these animals for food so. Lots and lots of tar at the basically munching their way throughout ecosystems, particularly to a point of naira tune, and we'll hear more from Nike Laser, because for some food also has a big part to play in the story. How have we managed the spread of Ta over the years? He's Neil Wallace, that were classified as a pissed, and they wish some aerial hunting priests, even teas, and the seventies hunted for their meat, and Soviet the pressure on them that she numbers fell quite dramatically. But it was economically magical that ended trade, clips and Eighty S and number thrived again. This lead to the nineteen ninety-three. Control plane under the conservation about conservation as well as it was the I ain't. Not An thousand and to keep a confined into as a threat that tom hunting tower is historically been viewed as a piece control issue, but it's changed in recent years, the big impressive animals in trophy hunters, both here and abroad a willing to spend tens of thousands to kill one on one hunting mission, often with compliment tree slickly produced movies, documenting the hunt like this one from Youtube Lake Fork Guy. Coding? To us. Program India. Can We? Got Him. Did. My Gosh. Down Rather. No! Enrolling Down He's rolling. That's. Invade caches tuned commercial hunting into a pretty big industry piece Nielsen numbers up here variously between fifty and a hundred million dollar business I, do you know Heli helicopter company on the skies each? Hunters into the into the opposite to go hunting, and of course p starting to see them, because they get flown into remote hats, and and he's and whatnot in in the country. We people just do not see the hunters coming in and. Like, you do other tourists. Being the only available hit that can't be hunted in the world is is an attraction that The Kenyan play economic impact. The quantum may be Christian, but.

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"himalayan" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

06:34 min | 9 months ago

"himalayan" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"That by literature this the Nakas. A ARE AKA. Arkansas where human souls migrate to based upon their actions in behavior, and they don't exist there. And reside there for eternity. The Way City Christian belief is it's not such thing, but while harmless being dissolved, they are. Experiencing rough. Patches nurse souls of Congress so I after a very lucid descriptive chapters in David by Tom About these narcotics and What sense individual to this line, versus like heinous crime, such as cold-blooded murder versus something else so. Whether there are. Are Symbolic Ticket Anyway Again I. Feel like okay, I've been fiction on exploring these things and I show station for this particular book because I wanted to have a palette that they be free to. View Okay am I going to be pinned down to this is to use belief. In my memoir that is non-fiction, so people could really take me to task on my beliefs or opinions. sprite conditions in a position. Let's talk about that point because I. Don't want people to get the wrong impression. This is a this is a book of fiction and you're as you said you're. You're allowed to explore ideas differently in a book of fiction, but I think it also has this connection to reality in some really important is that you're talking about so in the time that we have left recap for people a little bit about this book, where they can find at the tail of the Himalayan gays, and the prior book which we had you on skipped a couple of four, and you talk to a great job and people will really think enjoy. The second book with most stuff these days, Amazon and online sellers online stores. Is Available in both book, and in in hard copy in paperback it is the first book of a trilogy in the Second Book Rough draft is is written. Two hundred pages of the rough draft is there to not saying I'm saw because of my wife. She's my editor. She's my love. My life up just sorting at out I just want to put a plug for some of the finest characters that I was able to that I felt that I. Work with the story where people from within the ZANATTA, which was the Hera and how they worked behind the scenes to rectifies, allow the wrongs that were going on in story. These are not historically accurate people but I. Did I read? Some of the very best historical accounts of mogul empire, and drew actual characters, brothers of emperors, and drew upon those characters to. Bring into the story, so there was. A authenticity. As I could. Funded do that. 'CAUSE I. It was a learning experience. You're right A. Privilege. The upper. Was that okay? That whole idea of privilege is so counter to the idea of spirituality that it's just offensive to me the idea that any of us get through this thing unscathed. The idea that any of us are kind of ETA Enin. Advantage in terms of what we really have to accomplish spiritually is a joked anyone who sits down on a yoga mat for five minutes, and says I'm not fucking privilege. I'm just as fucked up as anyone else and I'm very successor in the organization that lifeless grow grow up with him movement. He came into the Dome where everybody not thousand people meditate for the first time. I wanted to hear the talk. Ask The guys that. From Harvard. MD FROM MIT or vice versa. Smart guys from Middle East. East said we have to address the issue. Personality resorts I never ever wants her dentist fifty. Years Been. In our. Guest again has been Steve Briggs and the book that you're going on a checkout, and I hope you will you're at all interested? We've talked about it. The tail of the Himalayan Yogis and check out his other book Steve. It's been absolutely terrific. We covered so much ground, and you're so open and and sincere travel around the path. It's a joy to talk to you. Thank you, thank you when you see it my best. He's a good man. To meet them. We talk on the phone for five times guy. Happy love distributed could have had. So hopefully you and I will be on Day until the talking on the scene. Well you come back to del Mar anytime. You're privileged. Privilege, thank you. Thank, you ma'am? Privilege is beach in. China we just love. For you, you burn, it happened inside actually. Yeah. I think everything happens by accident. Thanks. Good. Thanks again to Steve Briggs for joining me today and skeptical. I realized in editing this that I talked a lot during this interview. People always accuse me that anyway, but especially this one I really felt like I needed. Push Steve on a couple of things because he is a t M Guy, but I think that's also kind of a follower kind of thing, and I love the vedic Yoga stuff, but I think it has the same problems with sage on the stage kind of idolization, unchallenging beliefs, just because people say it so. I want to try and get to that next level so I don't know if I'd dominated the conversation too much or not, but I'll just take my chances on that and you can tell me if you think I did. I will I will take it under consideration. So the one question I up from this interview is do you think there is a moral imperative and I guess more importantly. Do you think it makes sense to try and tackle that from Pre scientific but logical way. Slim know your thoughts pop over the skeptical form and tell me you're drop in email. As always I love hearing and interacting with you all so I do have some great shows coming up. Stay with me for all of that until next time. Take care and bye for now..

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"himalayan" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"himalayan" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"By a father and There's there's no sense that anything really could happen and twenty. I four hours later. They're making plans to go back to school or to go back to work or take care of the House and and this happens again and again you can. You cannot really get jaded or or to see that to be privileged to see that and in these high volume events were talking about You set it up right. You can afford tables so he spent three or four weeks screening and bringing those patients to one common place. Two hundred and fifty people cured a day. Hey and every morning when you take the patches off it's like a tent revival revival people believe it yeah yeah really really almost too good to be true but yet it's true that if she brings a question is is there any re- religious affiliation to this roof. I know some. Some organizations like delivering healthcare in developing countries. Have a you know a missionary base or whatever. No I think it not for us here. We are a political We go to a lot of different places. Where if you analyze it based on the religious the politics we wouldn't go and Really the only place that we tend to avoid the place that could erupt with violence. An I mean Dr ruined who's one of our co-founders Nepalese man. He's Buddhists Dr Tape is from the Jewish faith We've been in every different variety. Heidi of place Muslim Christian Buddhist and find a way to just make everybody laugh. And good that you're doing is good that you're doing sure and that's ah that's good that you're doing in any faith you know so so why not I now What I do have a question to just about about the there must be challenges. Occasionally in Oh everything from visas to Just getting permits in different countries is to open open a medical clinic getting the right licensor and all that sort of thing I how are those challenges and are they are they defined that they're they they are pretty easily resolvable that people are welcoming you or is there resistance out there anywhere his as a summary. Sorry I would say that those challenges the reason that I've been doing this for sixteen years Because everyone is it's sort of a speed bump for big wall. Aw but it really presents an opportunity. If you can find a way to get cert- these site in life restoring goods into the country Quicker then then people went That's the bottom line If you get the permission to To build something renovate something or bring one of the so many of these little stories. But it's basically the challenge of overcoming that barrier has. What's I think kept all of us So excited for so many years because it And there's fifty million of those stories. Dave Oh boy with them but There there are times where I actually every day. I guess I would say right now. There's probably folks in the office laughing because we're trying to figure out the new regulations and country acts and while we know the direction we're going we've got certain approvals not all the approvals. How are we going to get to that? End Point where You know we either have donated land to put on the box or we can get that New Microscope through customs as cheaply as possible place. At where it's supposed to be. Yeah I know that. Answer your question but I I get get it. I mean all these little little logistical issues. Arise in and I'm sure that some of them are some of them are tied to you. Just individual countries custody secrecy es and levels of bureaucracy. And you know who do you need. What forms T to get stamped and all that sort of all that sort of stuff so I gathered? That's one of the one of the challenges are running any in an international aid organization. Like this. They're really doing any any kind of international international International Business so it. That's the That's just the way the world works for so My Job Hind see is What is your your title actually with The Himalayan Cataract Project I'm the chief executive officer. Okay got it see over the Himalayan cataract right project. You know. It's one of these things that Really is is interesting to me. Because here you have a not entr- completely intractable problem album here. People getting cataracts and going blind from this curable problem and And folks from the first world go out into the a third world or developing countries and they and they Say Hey we're here to help. And they deliver the help and it works. You know. That's a good news story folks. I mean I hear so much about stuff going on in the world. That seems a oftentimes. Like it's just going to continue forever and Joe Pints. I'm just wondering you were saying a few minutes ago. The the numbers of people who are as you put it needlessly blind from cataracts around the world right now with the number again was eighteen million as the estimate S. yesterday. Yeah down from what since she says you. You guys started working on this problem down from well. That's sort of always been if we can just bag it up too big pictures like thirty to forty to a fifty million. People are estimated. This is the World Health Organization we can talk about that because he just issued a new report vision October but the needless and preventable and curable tended to be between fifty and that's fractured it down to the thirties. And all of that fifty percent forty forty six to fifty percent has always been cataract. Okay so That's that's really the lowest hanging fruit. And I think that's an important point to make in the sense. So if you can if you can train motivated ophthalmologist from a anywhere and their surgical teams. Can I should point out. It's typically five nurses to one surgeon for this to be effective cost effective You lost my train of thought but but Were you talking about the the teams that go in l.. Let me ask you about the teams. Actually that's interesting question are are these folks feet people people who are I mean. They have their own practices back in buffalo or whatever and they kind of sign up to go volunteer on this. or how. How do you actually get the folks to go out into the into the other parts of the world and do this well some come from academia and also Dr Tabin started at the university here he moved onto the Miranda I center in Utah now is out at Stanford and and so the surgeons from specialists from those facilities will go when needed and mentor There's only really a a handful of folks who have the ability to do manual small Muslim Manual Small Incision Socialist Cataract Surgery The way that it's done In the field so it's not really about just volunteers going over and doing the work. It's really about mentoring. The people on on the ground and and we actually bring quite a few folks from Ghana from Sudan from beat the opium of all over the place. We bring him here for observer ships to see how how how the work is done here in the West Canada we also send a lot of people to our main training facility and Katmandu where they can also actually work when they're when they can work on patients examined patients touch patients. Lots of problem here. But it's really about You know as as Dr Tatum would say. It's it's not just about teaching someone to fish. It's also about teaching them how to sell the fish so you you're building these systems ultimately smelly as my point while I'm sorry gap there but the point was cataracts a great place to develop surgical skill Well unfortunately we are just about got out of time but I did want to give me one chance for plug here so if somebody wants to donate to this excellent. 'cause where do they go. How do they find you? That's easy just cure blindness one word curb linus dot org There's a donate button on just about every page. Okay so you guys are ready to ready to get some help with people are willing to offer right and that's And it just you know it sounds like one of those things that it's A. It's a good news story in it. And they're getting some work done out there folks so help them out Cure Blindness Linus dot org. And Hey we are going to the top of the hour news. CBS In just a moment. I WANNA thank Joe. Pints the CEO The Himalayan cataract project for stopping by this morning. Thanks for and we'll.

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"himalayan" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"himalayan" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Control Your bread allow it to be nominee. If you do this for five to ten minutes you'll mind is no more dispacted. A he down numerous down quite at that point and exhibited in the middle of the Labor is not a in a few minutes every morning and then on a dime will come someone you enjoy. Nobody can stop and rutgers after that will come charging him possibly gas. Thanks for shedding city. 'EM action drive to access the show notes for this episode. Visit my seven Jaquez dot com forward slash three five two. That's my seven. Chuck Rose Dot Com forward slash. Two five two. And if you're enjoying this on Youtube and make sure that you hit subscribe and you hit the bell notification so that you stay updated about all the new shows that we have in store for you once again. Hit the subscribe button and I hope you enjoyed today station as much as I have and now you have some tarts or some lightest founded upon today of the rest of this week. We're finding out that energy is all that is energy at on does but more importantly energy within us it's time to really go. Inwards twins expediency silence subtle energy flowing within and discover who we truly are. There are a lot of energies influencing us like they're finding out today are tendencies. Our Constitution our Karma our brand energy. So it's time to relax a bit and stop worrying about everything working out as.

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"himalayan" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"himalayan" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from frame bridge. They make custom framing easy and affordable frame. Your art in photos at frame bridge dot com or visit their new stores located on fourteenth street and Bethesda row. Get fifteen percent off your first frame bridge order with code NPR. Scientists have figured out how fast the glaciers in the Himalayan mountains or melting will they found his interesting, but it's also interesting how they found it out. Here's NPR's pong. It starts with spy satellites. These satellites, of course, put up to essentially pure over the iron curtain summer refer from the university of Utah says that high resolution spy satellites were launched during the Cold War to take pictures of hard to reach places on earth. Some of that data has been declassified in the last decade, and so- reprint her colleagues are using those images to figure out what glaciers in the Himalayas looked like back in the nineteen seventies and eighties Joshua mar of Columbia universe. City is the lead author on their new study in science advances. He says that having a historical record is super useful glaciers, they can respond to climate over timescales that are fairly long. And so the fact that we can look back further in time, several decades ago, really hope so pinned down how they are responding to the climate. They compare the spy satellite data with images taken in the last twenty years, and they found that the glaciers in the Himalayas have been losing twenty inches of ice a year. That means they're melting twice as fast now as they were in the eighties, nineties, the Himalayas glaciers supply freshwater for billions of people in South Asia, more than half of those glaciers are projected to melt in the next eighty years, because of climate change Rupert says that she's glad the state is out there and available to researchers. It's a treasure trove for scientists, essentially what we're doing is catching the changes in the terrain. So you could do this for landslides, you could do it for volcanic eruptions, we focused on glaciers, but these images. Are useful for any sort of land surface changes that people might be interested in overtime. Other researchers have used spy satellite images to look at ice. Cover in the Arctic streams in the Antarctic and Meteo paths ping, Hong NPR news.

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"himalayan" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"himalayan" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from discover with the discovery miles card. They automatically match the miles you earn at the end of your first year. Discover it miles. Limitations apply. Discover match for new card members only learn more at discover dot com slash travel. Scientists have figured out how fast the glaciers in the Himalayan mountains are melting will, they found his interesting, but it's also interesting how they found it out. Here's NPR's pong. It starts with spy satellites. These satellites, of course, put up to essentially pure over the iron curtain summer refer from the university of Utah says that high resolution spy satellites were launched during the Cold War to take pictures of hard to reach places on earth. Some of that data has been declassified in the last decade, and so- reprint our colleagues are using those images to figure out what glaciers in the Himalayas looked like back in the nineteen seventies and eighties Joshua, mar of Columbia, University is the lead author on there. New study in science advances. He says that having a historical record is super useful glaciers, they can respond to climate over timescales that are fairly long. And so the fact that we can look back further in time, several decades ago, really hope so pin down how they are responding to the climate. They compare the spy satellite data with images taken in the last twenty years, and they found that the glaciers in the Himalayas have been losing twenty inches of ice year. That means they're melting twice as fast now as they were in the eighties, nineties, the Himalayas glaciers supply freshwater for billions of people in South Asia, more than half of this glaciers are projected to melt in the next eighty years, because of climate change Rupert says she's glad the state is out there and available to researchers. It's a treasure trove for scientists, essentially what we're doing is catching the changes in the terrain. So you could do this for landslides, you could do it for volcanic eruptions, we focused on glaciers, but these images are useful for any sort of. Land surface changes that people might be interested in overtime. Other researchers have used spy-satellite images to lick it ice cover in the Arctic streams in the antibiotic and meteor pats ping, Hong NPR news.

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"himalayan" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"himalayan" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

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"himalayan" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"himalayan" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Maybe it's. Do you. In? I, I, I I, I knew I heard that that was him saying, but I didn't wanna believe. No, nobody. They no way God gave everybody all that when researched it is him and there's an article. Sure. There's a lot of articles, but this from bustle in it's kind of a romantic story about his singing right there in at least sued the impact that the romance and the movie makes because. Apparently, if you if you want to buy this article, Himalayan Gaga it was they just got so much talent that they give each other song. Yeah, you won't want. Some music wasn't acting. I got. I got. I got some to spare seen her act before. She's been on American horror story. So I knew that she had some talent. She knew what she was doing in front of the camera this. She go like, got down girl. But what happened was, is that heat, she coached him on singing and she's already act, but she, he, he kind of coached her on on acting a little bit. I mean, being that he's the director and and you're right, she has done some acting before. I mean, if you watch American horror stories, she has been on net before and you know she's a, she's always stays presence. Anybody who's seen her where Muppets and shit, you know. But but what I like about it is that there's a lot of things things that bring these people down to just kind of earthly level in that makes the story just more powerful itself that whole thing about them, like kind of being each other's muses coaches training each other. That that chemistry shows it really does you totally by them as two people who met each other one night fell in love and just never left each other until things got real bad. Yeah, and and that was what makes it you know you, you feel you hurt form when you see this is not gonna work out? Yeah. Yeah. And you know it from the beginning because he from the from the very beginning, he is such a drunk that you like God damn stumped. He. The credits come up stomach through this. Knocking. Let us. Bradley. No lady. He's he's been in treatment. So. He minutes so much brought to it. I mean, what her bring dropping the actress and given a very humid performance areas down. She strips us up down from everything almost to a point where you don't recognize you. Don't recognize to point where she just brought it down to an area where she's uncomfortable because what she's saying in the in the in the movie about people looking to a criticizing for looks. She's been criticized music, huggy guy, stage performance. She struggled to get where she is and sweat a guy that she brought it to this performance as she's given right here and those two together man. Interesting. A running things like, yeah, they always say my nose is too big, and I was like, that's funny because the last person of played its role was..

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"himalayan" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"himalayan" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Maybe it's. In I, I I, I. I heard that that was him saying, but I didn't wanna believe. No, nobody. They no way guy gave everybody all that when researched it is him and there's a article. I mean, there's a lot of articles, but this from bustle, it's kind of a romantic story about his saying right there and then leads to the impact that the romance and the movie makes because. Apparently, if you if you want to go about this article, Himalayan Gaga it was they just got so much talent that they give each other. Yeah, you won't want. Some music wasn't acting. I got. I got some to spare, and I've seen her act before. She's been on American heart story. So I knew that she had some talents. You knew what she was doing in front of the camera this she go like God damn girl. But what happened was is that he coached him on sagging and she's already act, but he, he kind of coached her on on acting a little bit. I mean, being that he's the director and and you're right, she has done some acting before. I mean, if you watch American horror story, she has been on that before and. She is. She's always stays presence. Anybody who's seen how where mullets shit. But but what I like about it is that there's a lot of things things that bring these people down to just to kind of earthly level in that makes the story just more powerful itself. That whole thing about them, like kind of being each other. Some uses coaches training each other. That that chemistry shows it really does. You totally by them as two people who met each other one night fell in love and just never left each other until things. Got real bad. Yeah, and and that's what makes it you. You feel you hurt form when you see this is not gonna work out. Yeah. And you know it from the beginning because he for the from the very beginning, he is such a drunk that you like Dan. The credits come through that. Knocking. Bradley. No lady that he's been in treatment. So. So much brought to. I mean, with her, bring dropping the actress and given a very humid performance like areas down, she's strips so self down from everything. Almost to a point where you don't recognize you don't recognize two point where she just brought it down to an area where she's uncomfortable because she's saying in in the movie about people looking to criticizing for looks. She's been criticized. Music looks stage performance. She struggled to get where she is and sweater guy that she brought it to this performance. She's given right here and those two together man. Interesting. Running things. She keeps they always say, my nose is too big, and I was like, that's funny because the last person played its role was. There's a powerful voice and the knows everybody. And I think that's why they actually cast her addition to her being not only a talented actress in a singer. But I mean, look, I ain't trying to say anything, but you know, they both got kind of similar knows that was the thing that people will say, we'll send you all the rich and famous. Why would why won't you fix your nose? Well, might change the way I saying. So it was just kind of the same guys. You couldn't do that. So Gaga that's a real life story. People wouldn't didn't like the way she looked even though he loved her voice. And so then she goes, I'm put all these costumes on kermit's and meet and that took off. And that's why a lot of musings about like loving yourself and progression gay rights, all that stuff because she was shunned for so long. No, that's cool. Man because shows performance thing because not only does the do. They bring a lot of personal experience to their performances. But I mean, they they make a whole scene about her nose, and it's one of the most romantic things I've seen and movie in a long time. And it really it really is like watching people. Slowly naturally fall in love with each other. As personal question, you write songs or anything. I don't sing songs. I, I don't feel comfortable. When you feel. Like almost every single person that I've come in contact with in the music industry has told me that my nose is too big that I won't make it those beautiful. Showing me or knows right up to show them looking out all night. Drew. Oh my gosh. Fuck the shit. I..

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"himalayan" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"himalayan" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"See so i'm going to jump into that in amman but before we do what have you coming up on the show well i'm kind of a sucker full these himalayan journey stories right and they come around every now and then i just get roped into them and i can't start writing them there's a new on from our inda he madre it's actually from two thousand sixteen i wanna sipe it they've just recently republished it on kindle so this is immortal self a journey to the himalayan valley of the amartya mazdas and with a name like aravinda amodu i expected to find a you know like a usual thin dreadlocked indian man teaching his grew guru ways so i went to their website at sam boda dot org samba being the organization the spiritual taking behind the story and i screamed down and it's a cross between david eick and beyond bog that's tennis trying to put figure it's basically a goodlooking david eick much younger and thinner eight seventy lawns american with the name era vigne homogeneous is that his yoga name yes obviously skull down he claims to be the only mazda jacques cod ritchie who knows the mantra to immortality so he claiming that he's immortal so i'm a sucker for himalayan adventure stories but also crazy bat shit called store put into together that's the segment that's coming up so is it like a himalayan mari cari caught a thing yeah yeah i'll put you all let you explain i don't wanna get sued right.

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"himalayan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"himalayan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The well the yankees lost is good news for the himalayan in tibetan brown bears what what did you find out about these bears you learn something about them oh yeah po the himalayan brown bear now that we have become the first new might upon jail keen genome up them we know that they ruppert are representative of the most ancient lineage of brown bears which is really interesting it seems like these bears had migrated into this area and they've been isolated ever sent and then the tibetan brown bear which geographically is located pretty close to the himalayan brown bear the tour separated by the himalayan mountain range they but we have had thought that perhaps the tibetan brown bear whereas more closely related to the two million brown bear but now with these better sequences we can see that there are actually dairy genetically dissimilar which suggest that the tibetan brown bear colonized that area in a separate migratory event now so how big or the populations well the population of the himalayan brown bears are very small um they're they're endangered and there are estimated to be less than three hundred in the wild uh so it it has an important conservational perspective as well now that you've given all those yeti folks the bad news and what it what about still sas question big foot in those other they they distinct from yet he writer is the is the jury still out on those i hope that there has been some research ncsa south squash in north america and but they found that many samples once the dna was signal was sequence was bear but in any case um certainly if somebody wanted to do a survey of sas wash samples they could take a very similar approach to what we did with the icty samples or you're you asking for lunch samples somebody wants to send us southwest temperatures their welcome to but uh not particularly asking okay we will tell anybody and thank you very much.

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"himalayan" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"himalayan" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Which was challenging offers oh it was so challenging and then we did this hike in the himalayan mountain all never forget bag all my goodness saved my life started out so sunny if they want to like sunny you info right this hike was a metaphor for our time there yet it right again as though sunny and beautiful and it's magical and we're following the master like three layers in were experiencing nature and it's so beautiful is such a masculine energy and we felt but we're fails so conducted also yet war and then bam out of nowhere the we were hey light rail yeah ever but wild ahern it her revealing heart pounding and i'm holding like my cameras and so i feel heads are you had a poncho the masters poncho the legal high wasn't a repatriation because they only have like my sisters tiny little switch he's been here take this you'll need it you had ponta this aid the backpack i just didn't have anything because it gives you have one aloha hat i have your aloha i do not know what i would have done without that snap back i have no idea and i did i have an awesome tree like the master the master was so but he was embracing the present moment here i just remember him standing underneath this tree so majestically looking out at the haley can so calmly and accepting and i on the other hand feed did not tell me now is her women down them out and then i realized i booked my realize halfway down oh my gosh oh he did have a poncho pathway a couple of he totally enemy was good but he was just appreciating the is the most majestic.

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