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Prediction

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Prediction

"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the

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"honshu" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"honshu" Discussed on WJR 760

"Interruptions don't panic Mitchell I'm only kidding the I saw the look of concern on your face listen far be it from me to criticize anybody how they spend their free time but this may be over the line here's the headline you need to know naked festival thousands gather for Japan's annual hot Dhaka much Suri thousands Brave chilly weather many got a seven Yankee and so I'm trying to tell a story it was last Saturday there near Tokyo thousands gathering at the annual naked festival okay yama in the southern part of Japan's Honshu island you better have a glove anytime they support a minimal amount of clothing usually a Japanese loincloth mage called Fundo she white Sox called hobby money worth my time going to the naked festival which celebrates the blessings of abominable harbors prosperity and fertility starts usually around three twenty local time now right where in the evening the men spend an hour or two running some would say frolicking around the temple grounds in preparation and purify themselves with freezing cold water then wait for this this is really going to kill you when the lights go out at ten PM a priest rolls one hundred bundles of twigs and to lucky long sticks under the crowd from a window high above the ten thousand or so men packed in like sardines Southall with each other to get a hold of one of the bundles and all are the lucky sticks whoever succeeds is guaranteed a year of good fortune according to legend now imagine you're not dressed much at all and you find a lucky stick yeah and over to pick it the world needs basic there's a nearby bar yeah I suggest ladies night did you find I have my ways Mitchell but that story now interesting enough our own Rosie yeah before going on tonight he suggests that I make it possible for the match album shows that right but what I want to see ray foster and one for alright here's the thing go.

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"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Are you sad everybody who is arriving at one event was taking off their stickers from the other events why are they going to all these events because fifty percent are undecided they're still they're not just they're just not out for the entertainment of the evening they're trying to make up their mind and decide who can we put on the ballot they can get the job done does all the changes this year make me they were gonna have earlier evening do I know the we will we will have an we will have an earlier evening of course the ultimate story will be told by the delegate quibbling sees but we're gonna have raw vote total before that that will give us a pretty good clients it's great really a treat to have you with us and strike Jerry Crawford is an attorney and democratic strategist here and I always been there all the way back to seventy two in the first caucus Jeez anyone Rick Davis are gonna be staying with us for the next hour and coming up we will have a second our live on Bloomberg television and radio also the re special coverage of the I. results sorry it's ten PM eastern time tonight this is about the power on Bloomberg television and radio this is a Bloomberg sure motor do you have the intelligence of Beijing intelligence chief Asian economies Tom all the insight into a crucial industries done today and where they may be heading next senior on the list in Honshu will street accu men with like intelligence the research of limitations on hunts and great to have you on the program since.

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 Powerful typhoon making its way through Japan

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Powerful typhoon making its way through Japan

"And typhoon top was making its way north through Japan's main island of Honshu after lashing parts of the southern islands with heavy rains and wind reports of some major damage and minor injuries so

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Typhoon heads to northeast Japan after some damage in south

Dave Plier

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Typhoon heads to northeast Japan after some damage in south

"Powerful typhoon heading north east of Japan's main island of Honshu after lashing parts of the country southern islands with heavy rains and winds caused flooding some minor injuries typhoon Tapan was passing near Nagasaki in southern Japan Sunday afternoon after hitting other parts of southern Japan including

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"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of Japan's main island Honshu I'm Evan Haining and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Bloomberg has learned Fizer plans to combine its off the patent business which includes a Lipitor a cholesterol pills and male impotence drug **** with Mylan envy and form a generic drug giant the source says the deal if completed could be announced as early as Monday is it in Donald Trump says China may wait until the twenty twenty U. S. presidential election is over to sign a trade agreement this because Beijing he says would prefer to reach a deal with a Democrat but trump predicted when I win like almost immediately they're all going to sign deals Bloomberg has learned flight simulations show Boeing might be right when it says a relatively easy software fix could return the seven thirty seven Max to the air the flaw was revealed last month but a source says the problem didn't occur as the result of a computer hardware fault your base Apollo global management is examining its co founders ties to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein Leon black is said to have turned to abstain even years after obscene was convicted of sex offenses he's currently facing federal charges that he molested and exploited teenage girls obscene has pleaded not guilty to those charges every corporate board in the S. and P. five hundred now has a woman on it the story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett Copart Inc the last company in the index without a female director last week appointed Cyrus one chief financial officer Diane more field to its board of directors earlier this year Skechers on tripadvisor also added women the final stretch of progress has been slow in two thousand about eighty six percent of S. and P. five hundred companies had at least one woman on their board according to Spencer Stuart the last fourteen percent of companies have taken almost twenty years to close the gap global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg you're.

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"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trying to get the latest business news every place you have to go. Some of those central banks are doing all that. They can you probably correction was your problem is this a bit of a surprise this collaboration between GM and Honda. How does that affect evaluations? They're going to be able to realize when they do try to go and sell this is as good as it gets the bird radio. The Bloomberg business ad then bloombergradio dot com. Bloomberg the world is listening. You're smart do Bloomberg intelligence from Beijing intelligence chief Asia economist, Tom only insight into wet crucial industries stand today, and where they may be heading next intelligence senior analyst Jonathan ties in Honshu Wall Street acumen with Bloomberg intelligence director, John handsome, great to have you on the Van Dyke intelligence only on Bloomberg radio, Bloomberg radio. Hundley dot com. Seize the chance to acquaint yourself with Germany's first female Chancellor Angela Merkel A chancellorship forged in crisis. Bloomberg news correspondents, Alan Crawford, and Tony usca explore Merkel's unconventional policies and potential influence as Europe struggles through a crippling financial crisis. Discover a fascinating leader in her political and cultural context Angela Merkel A chancellorship forged in crisis is a Bloomberg press title published by Wiley available wherever books books are sold. US stocks rose Thursday after.

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"honshu" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"As temperatures quote soared to. A record one hundred seven degrees Fahrenheit or about forty one degrees celsius and the skies there. Were rainless for up to, forty days yes it's not just El Salvador many other parts I mean in Japan in the first part of July they had one of the worst floods on Record and then after the first ten days they. Suddenly went into, record high temperatures in the whole of Honshu the temperature was over thirty degrees celsius eighty six degrees Fahrenheit and in Tokyo they had temperatures up to over forty one degrees, celsius. Which was. By far the highest on record this was higher. Than one hundred four to one hundred and five hundred and six degrees, now Daniel Swain is a climate. Scientists university of California in Los Angeles and he, was quoted saying we are living in a world that is not just warmer than it used to be we have not reached a new normal this, is not a plateau close quote oh that's very much true. People, seem to think that was, climate change we're. Sort of going from, one climate to another but that's, not what's happening climate change is actually destabilise It means you can't plan sensibly full the future because the change is the. Biggest factor live science on August sixth headlined the planet, is dangerously close to the tipping point for. A hot house earth and then it says quote the other scientists don't know exactly what. This, threshold is they say it could be as slight as two degrees, celsius around four degrees Fahrenheit, of warming above preindustrial levels close quote Dr Trenberth win do we reach that level of. Four degrees Fahrenheit increase that means our. Planet would tip into an every day. Every, year warming planet yes. So the signs are already here by about. The twenty fifties is when the carbon dioxide will, have doubled from pre industrial. Levels and temperatures will be Be above two degrees celsius? So. That's three and a, half degrees Fahrenheit above. Pre industrial levels and that's the kind, of level that. Scientists to really been worrying about because that's the point where plants no longer grow where. They currently growth forest. Won't be able to grow back if they burn down farmers will have to grow different. Crops the dislocations starts, to, become really severe and widespread and so this is something. To avoid if we can possibly do that if that comes to be in the twenty fifty fifties does it, mean, that, there, would then. Be perpetual wildfires in all of the west and in? Other parts of the world there would be extreme drought and perhaps. Extreme flooding. All. Of these extremes and they would not stop yes so the weather setting he becomes more violent we certainly get an increase in, extremes heavier rainfall event It's a greater risk of flooding we have longer dry spells and hotter dry spells and so then the question. Is can you adequately, plan for these kinds of things we. Have failed to manage the growth of cities if. By twenty fifty we haven't gotten a control on fossil fuel burning and. We tip into an ever increasing hotter planet is the, surface of the earth at that point unlivable for most humans and animals we have major shortages of water and there are, increasing shortages of food because we can't grow the crops where we currently do and as a result. There. Are people who are, hungry environmental refugees there. Are conflicts that breakout we've seen some, of that, may Mainly because of the war in Syria and so on especially throughout Europe and the pressure that. Refugees put on other economies but this. Is apt to become the sort of thing that. Becomes widespread by about the twenty, fifty or thereabouts as a consequence of climate change the general standards of living go down and. The conflicts become endemic, but there are going to be rich people. In various places who build. Walls and protect themselves from it The other thing we need, to mention is that sea level is rising, and sea level, is, already increasing at a rate of over a foot, a century but that's expected to. Accelerate somewhat and that. Means, many coastal regions and there. Are, huge numbers of. People living in areas that are apt to be affected and. Tremendous infrastructure damage can occur already seeing sunny day flooding in places like Miami and Norfolk Virginia and? Various other places this is? Apt, to get worse and there are other countries around the world low lying areas, Bangladesh and many other places in the south East Asia and that. Are in serious trouble they will go underwater yes that's the sort of thing again which creates refugees they no. Longer have a place where they, used to live so where do they go in the worst case, in the last half of the twenty first century what do you see happening well this is the word Worry that, there are increased conflicts and the question then, is whether the, regional, conflicts actually become sufficient that they grow into the, next World War you hate to. Even think about that. When, there are nuclear weapons around. In, various places about. Those worries that people really don't even talk about and what. You mean is humans will be fighting over water and food and land yes I think the outlook? If we keep on our? Current, path is not good Not good at all is it now and I think that people should really take a look at twenty eighteen with a very very serious context that this. Is kind of for openers and I remember, working in Boston and doing an interview with the? Climate scientists at Harvard University in nineteen seventy six and he was working on just very rudimentary computer. Projections at that time but I still remember in that interview so long ago his saying that the way things. Were going that in another twenty thirty years that we could be facing a tipping point where we were pushing the earth into an ever increasing. Warming and that's exactly what we're talking about now what do you think of the? Possibility, to that the sun is heating up and it doesn't have to heat up By. Much, to create all kinds of problems here but the opposite, is happening we're at a solar minimum there. Have been scientists, that have been having dinner bets with each other about whether we're going to go into, a monster minimum if we go into a modern minimum the sun could decrease in its brightness that's the energy that it releases by approximately one percent that doesn't sound like. Much but he would be a cooling and that so we are not. We cannot in this instance blame the. Sun for anything, that is happening on earth what about the solar system wasn't heating up to I've heard people kick around those sentences and I don't know the data that is based on I think. Three or four years ago that somebody was, saying that Mars was heating up well I've never? Seen any day data that would suggest that so I don't know Know. Where that came from It's it's unbelievable the I think the biggest problem is going. To be the, water source once. That goes everybody's in trouble he makes that final great point or sad point that what are people going to do that lose the land by water and they go under land and they lose, territory who takes them in where do we go and that the future of the planet, could be, like Mad Max increasing number a fight over the little bits of resources. That, some areas will have well other places they will be walls built to keep people out who are starving to. Death and all of this what can we do to prevent? This kind of a, future there will be riots there will be all kinds. Of mayhem, out of control I mean we saw what happened just with Hurricane Katrina Trina government was. Not able to, handle the load. That's right exactly and they fires of twenty eighteen if this is just the beginning and it gets worse and worse can you imagine what summer we'd be like for the west and what is, going to happen so many houses burned and if next year it's incrementally more and then, the year, after you would think that all of this like the writing is on. The, wall and we must do.

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"honshu" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on KTOK

"As temperatures quote soared to a. Record one hundred seven degrees Fahrenheit or about forty one degrees celsius and the skies there were rainless for up to forty, days yes it's not just El Salvador many other parts I mean in Japan and the first part of July they had one of the worst floods on Record and then after what the first ten days they. Suddenly went into, record high temperatures in the whole of Honshu the temperature was over thirty degrees celsius eighty six degrees Fahrenheit and in Tokyo they had temperatures up to over forty one degrees, celsius. Which was. By far the highest on record this was higher. Than one hundred four to one hundred and five hundred and six degrees now Daniel Swain is a climate, scientists university of California in Los Angeles and he, was quoted saying we are living in a world that is not just warmer than it used to be we have not reached a new normal this, is not a plateau close quote oh that's very much true. People, seem to think that with, climate change we. Sort of going from one climate to another but that's, not what's happening climate change is actually destabilise Housing. Means you can't plan sensibly for the future because the change is the biggest. Factor live science on August sixth headlined the planet is, dangerously close to the tipping point for a. Hot house earth and then it says quote though the scientists don't know exactly what this. Threshold, is they say it could be as slight as two degrees celsius, around four degrees Fahrenheit of, warming above preindustrial levels close quote Dr Trenberth when do we reach that level of four. Degrees Fahrenheit increase that means our planet. Would tip into an every day every. Year, warming planet yeah so. The signs are already here by about the, twenty fifty s is when the carbon dioxide will, have doubled from pre industrial. Levels and temperatures will be Be above two degrees? Celsius. So that's three and a half degrees. Fahrenheit above pre industrial levels and that's, the kind, of, level that scientists have really been worrying about because that's the point where plants no longer. Grow where they currently. Growth forest won't be able to grow back if they burn down farmers will have to. Grow different crops the, dislocation, starts to become really severe and widespread and so this. Is something to avoid if we can possibly do that if that comes to be in the twenty fifty fifties, does it, mean. That there would then be perpetual wildfires in all of the west. And in other parts of the world there would be extreme drought and perhaps. Extreme. Flooding all of these extremes and they would not stop yes so the weather certainly becomes more violent we certainly get an increase in, extremes heavier rainfall event It's a greater risk of flooding we have longer dry spells and hotter dry spells and so then the question is. Can you adequately plan, for these kind of things we have. Failed to manage the growth of cities if by. Twenty fifty we haven't gotten a control on fossil fuel burning and we. Tip into an ever increasing hotter planet is the surface, of the earth at that point unlivable for most humans and animals we have major shortages of water and there are increasing, shortages of food because we can't grow the crops where we currently do and as a result there. Are. People who are hungry environmental refugees there. Are conflicts that breakout we've seen some, of that, may Mainly because of the war in Syria and so on especially throughout Europe and the pressure that refugees put on other economies but this is. Apt to become the sort of. Thing that becomes widespread by about the twenty fifty. Or thereabouts as a consequence of, climate change the general standards of living go down? And the conflicts become endemic but there are going. To be rich people, in various places who build walls and protect themselves from it the other thing we need to. Mention is that sea level is rising. And sea level is already increasing at a rate. Of over foot a century but, that's expected to accelerate somewhat and that means many coastal regions and there are huge numbers of. People living in areas, that are apt to be affected and tremendous. Infrastructure damage can occur already. Seeing sunny day flooding and places Like Miami and Norfolk Virginia and various other places this is apt to get worse and, there are other, countries around the world low lying areas Bangladesh in many other places. In south East Asia and that are in serious trouble they will go underwater yes that's the sort of thing. Again which creates refugees they no, longer have a place where they used to live so where do, they go in the worst case in the last half of the twenty first century what do you see. Happening well this is the worry that there are increased conflicts and the question then is whether the regional conflicts actually become sufficient that they grow into, the next World War you hate. To even think about that when. There are nuclear weapons around in various places about those worries that people really don't even talk about and what you mean is humans will be fighting over water Water and food and land yes I think the. Outlook if we keep on our current path is not good Not good at, all is it now and I think that people should really take a look at twenty eighteen with a very very serious context that this is kind of for openers and. I remember working in Boston and doing an interview with the climate scientists. At Harvard University in nineteen seventy six. And he was, working on just very rudimentary computer projections at that time but I still remember in that interview so long ago his saying that the way things were going that in another twenty thirty. Years that we could be facing a tipping, point where we were pushing the earth into an? Ever increasing warming and that's exactly what we're talking about now what do you think. Of, the possibility to that the sun is heating up and it doesn't have to Up by much to create all. Kinds, of problems here but the opposite is happening we're, at a solar minimum there have been. Scientists that have, been having dinner bets with each other about whether we're going to going to a monitor, minimum if we go into a monster minimum the sun could decrease in its brightness that's the energy that it releases by approximately one percent that doesn't sound like much but. He would be a cooling and that so we are not we cannot. In this instance blame the sun for. Anything that is, happening on earth what about the solar system though isn't it heating up to I've heard people kick around those sentences and I don't know the data that it's based on I think. Three or four years ago that somebody was, saying that Mars was heating up well I've never? Seen any data that would suggest that so I don't You know where, that came from It's it's unbelievable the I think the biggest problem is. Going to be, the water source. Once that goes everybody's in trouble he makes that final great point or sad point that what are people going to do that lose the land by water and they go under land and they, lose territory who takes them in where do we go and that the future of the, planet could, be like Mad Max increasing number a fight over the little bit of resources that some areas will have while other places they will be walls built to keep people out who are starving. To death and all of this what can we do to? Prevent this kind of, a future there will be riots there will be all. Kinds of, mayhem out of control I, mean we saw what happened just With Hurricane Katrina government was not able to. Handle the load, that's right exactly. And they fires of twenty eighteen if this is just the beginning and it gets worse and worse can you imagine what summer would be like for the west and what is going to happen, so many houses burned and if next year it's incrementally more and then the year after, you would, think that all of this like the writing is on the wall and we must do something to slow down the CEO to build up of this.

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"honshu" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Without haunted host our ghost brandy start walking back paranormal hats i think our next your pie will be the comey tachi the sickle on either legit to this particular yokthai and prior episodes but i find this really fascinating idea in the book of yokoi it actually says you are walking outside and suddenly discover that your life has been cut as the sharp blade that is said to be the work of economic kaci literally a sickle weasel touchy is an extremely widespread yokthai phenomenon found throughout japan the probably most common it and the socalled snow country of the northern honshu in such cases the creature inflicts the wound on the part of the body on the shimmer cap and often there is no pain blood associated with the cut believe in about comma touchy are going to vary from place to place but the creature is often said to ride in what they powerful gust of wind or owning whirlwind and in some places the phenomenon is known as kamikaze or sickle wind which is kind of an interesting thing i always said that that meant hiller when maybe i'm thinking of the kamikaze pilots or death wind the origin of the word comma touchy is unclear but may stem from a play on how she which could be translated as a hers soared regardless of whether this play on words led to the name or not it is easy to imagine a weasel as they still be culprit sneaking in like the wind inflicting a wound and disappearing in fact zoological speaking weasels are famous for their speed moving quickly and tirelessly investigating every hole and crevice extremely skilled hunters.

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"honshu" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Commercials have mysteriously disappeared paranormal pants is back with our haunted host ghost brandy start walking back paranormal i think our next year pie will be the comey touchy the sickle reason i've alluded to this particular yokthai and prior episodes but i just wanted to be a really fascinating idea the book of you try it actually says you are walking outside and suddenly discover that your life has been cut as the sharp blade that is said to be the work of economic kaci literally a sickle weasel the comey touchy is an extremely widespread yokthai phenomenon found throughout japan the probably most common in the socalled snow country of the northern honshu in such cases the creature inflicts the wound on alert part of the body on the shimmer cap and often there is no pain or blood associated with the cut believe in there are about comma touchy are going to vary from place to place but the creatures often said to ride in with a powerful gust of wind or on a whirlwind and in some places the phenomenon is known as kamikaze or sickle wind which is kind of an interesting thing i always said that that meant hiller when maybe i'm thinking of the kamikaze pilots or death wind the origin of the word comatose is unclear but may stem from a play on comey tashi which could be translated as a post sword regardless of whether this play on words led to the name or not it is easy to imagine a weasel as they still thirty culprit sneaking in like the wind inflicting a wound and disappearing in fact zoological speaking weasels are famous for their speed moving quickly entirely illicitly investigating every hole and crevice extremely skilled hunters with razor sharp teeth.

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"honshu" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I'll commercials have mysteriously disappeared paranormal hats is back with our haunted host our ghost randy start walking back paranormal i think our next year apply will be the comey tachi the sickle on i've alluded to this particular yucai and prior episodes but i just wanted to be a really fascinating idea in the book of you buy it actually says you are walking outside and suddenly discover that your life has been cut as if the sharp blade that is said to be the work of the kamikawachi literally a sickle weasel the commie touchy is an extremely widespread yo nominee throughout japan but probably most common in the socalled snow country of the northern honshu in such cases the creature inflicts the wound on alert part of the body on the inner calf and often there is no pain or blood associated with the cut believe and there are about comma touchy are going to vary from place to place but the creatures often said to write in with a powerful gust of wind or on a world wind and in some places the phenomenon is known as kamikaze or sickle wind which is kind of an interesting thing i always thought that that meant hiller when maybe i'm thinking of the kamikaze pilots or death wind the origin of the word comma touchy is unclear but may stem from a play on tashi which could be translated as a hers soared regardless of whether this play on words led to the name or not it is easy to imagine a resource they still be coporate sneaky and like the wind inflicting a wound and disappearing in fact zoological speaking weasels are famous for their speed moving quickly and tirelessly investigating every hall and crevice extremely skilled hunters with razor sharp teeth they can kill animals much larger than themselves leaving only.

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"honshu" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The quotations that pay the price of the policies not the institutions so i think he wants to increase his power grab on the central bank that is at risk the other risk comes from outside of turkey's borders and it's affecting emerging markets across the board the rising interest rates turkey see most vulnerable in this equation was looking at a note from bloomberg intelligence just a few hours ago especially turkish banks dependent on external funding how much sleep does that take away from you this concern about the pressure from outside of school because that is the main driver of stress and plus the internal weaknesses internal fragilities of course is up to turkey so for the real sector is really a hard time for the last two years the depreciation has really caused some trouble in the balance sheets of the horse will be reflected on the banks some refinancing by very large groups so we have to because if they don't choose the stability side and to take this problem thanks could actually get worse for the real sector briefly you're an economist i know you're waiting for policy clarity from new administration let's say refined administration the president genuinely new gut feeling are you positive neutral or negative i already answered i see the team veneers rally didn't last long though up next we explain why quickly fizzle following erwin's election success this is your smart bloomberg intelligence beijing intelligence chief asia economist tom only insight into where crucial industry stunned today and where they may be heading next intelligence senior analyst jonathan ties in honshu wall street acumen with bloomberg intelligence zely director research detergents handsome great to have you on the program intelligence only on bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio.

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"honshu" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"The center for a new american security working in the middle east security program from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen nncholas served as the andrew base of which usa fellow at the center for american security he's also senior analyst of jamestown foundation a washington dc based global research and analysis institute and he's the author of from bottom up a strategy for us military support for syria's opposition welcome to background briefing nncholas hers thank you for having me and president trump is i think basically taunting the russians in the russian defense minister warned that the russians would respond to american missiles and go after the missiles and the carriers which could mean the destroyers off in the mediterranean firing the cruise missiles if that's part of what is in the planned attack which i imagine is looming at any moment today the president tweeted out russia vast shoot down any and all missiles fired at syria get ready russia because they will becoming nice and new and smart you shouldn't be partners with a gas killing animal who kills his people and enjoys it so that's pretty rough language certainly undiplomatic not that i entirely disagree with the last part about assad frankly but not what you normally hear and this is a ten situation so is to your mind is donald trump pouring oil on the fi here president trump is taking this situation personally he's taken the duma attack that happened over the weekend personally you know president trump is a man who learns visually and the images that came out of douma over the weekend resembled images that came from honshu hoon a year ago which prompted president trump to order a cruise missile strikes on the syrian military base said i'll share routes you know there is a there is a sort of history here in and it's a recent history for the.

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"honshu" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Have a degree in computer science there are there are issues obviously we've heard about the harassment we've heard about discrimination but also being female and having to computer science i get asked to be an adviser to companies i get to be as to do speaking engagements i get to be on boards it's actually does allow you to interact with engineers and have a seat at the table so i do think we need to keep keep encouraging women and celebrating a success army's two and i think it's not about retention its progression it's about making sure that people get pretending these in that we're celebrating the people that are in front of us every day it's not about always reaching to the outside to find that next great candidate it's looking inside making sure that we're all giving the same opportunities that we're all being listened to and that we celebrate the the great progress that we can make i am so happy that you guys aren't going to celebrate with us today adding acquired author of powerful longtime foreign afflicts executive many inverse all co of called for america and to amazing women thank you all right coming up we go behind the scenes at the world's most valuable start at lubers meghan joyce talks about how she's taking steps to positively change the company's culture after a challenging 2017 this is bloomberg him with what you need to navigate the turbulence of finance politics and technology they well more rate hikes is a dependable guidingsystem says it may be a 'yes step into their and machine learning is a new trend to the dedicated person we are that guidance system they will moderate behavior right before big meetings powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries it's just a matter of tries bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom de have bloomberg intelligence from beijing bloomberg intelligence chief asia economist told all the insight into wet crucial industries stand today at where they may be heading next coverages senior on the list entice in honshu wall street accu men with the bag intelligence brazili you'll be researcher david ho two johnson great deep on the ground bean bag intelligence only on bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app on bloombergcom cease the.

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"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Everything you eat drink wear and even smoke says something about you and about the world in which you live that's the premise of material world the bloomberg podcast that delves into the universe of consumable stuff every other week bloomberg reporters jenny kaplan and lindsey rupp get the scoop from trendsetters on what's hot what's not and why you should care find it on the bloomberg terminal bloombergcom itunes soundcloud and whatever app you prefer to browse your favorite podcasts what you need to navigate the turbulence of finance politics and technology they want more rate hikes is a dependable good evening system to get a sense of maybe a step into their and machine learning is a new trend to the dedicated businessperson we are that garden system they will moderate behavior right before big meetings powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries it's just a matter of price bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom you'll hear a smart d have beating bag intelligence from beijing who that intended to seep asia economist tom all the insight into wet crucial industries stand today and where they may be heading next year colleges senior analyst jill at the ties in honshu wall street accu men with bloomberg intelligence infidelity director you'll be research agree but he coach john hansen great to have you on the program from beg intelligence only on bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app on bloombergcom rule.

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"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of got this major growth issue out of control sort of in control now what's kind of the next step so quickly blue apron came up in an unexpected place the white house budget what happened there so the you know buried in the white house budget was this plan sort of combination between a couple of government departments to do food delivery to people who at this point are getting food stamps i'm not sure if that had anything to do with this stock up and down at blue apron obviously they wouldn't as they weren't necessarily specifically mentioned more as an example of what the government wants to do you know antihunger activists in sort of poverty activists were very confused by this statement from the government and sort of very early stages but you know if it's any sort of measure it's been tough for a private company such as blue apron to make this business model work it will probably be tough for the government to do it as well i blew back tax to vent thanks so much for that update on blue apron garrett as always thanks for joining us coming up goldman sachs oversaw a record year for dealmaking in 2017 with more than a billion dollars worth of deals we'll hear from the banks cold investment banking greg leapt how that's now this is bloomberg sure feels smart could do you have blue bag intelligence from beijing provoke intelligence chief asia economist tom all this insight into wet crucial industries stand today and where they may be heading next year colleges senior analyst jonathan ties in honshu wall street accu men with pimm bike intelligence sampha zely director your research agree but he coach john hansen great to have you on the program intelligence only on bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app on bloombergcom seized the.

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"honshu" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"The scam was the first time i've been happy north korea has done something very bad yeah horrible to their pm can hear me yeah good yeah what kind of sex talk did you get as a kid yes so it's probably where my favorite questions because really yeah because i think it's it's such an important thing i think we're a lot of our fears and even drives come from so in my family we just didn't talk about sucks 900 that's like have you heard boys the men who were that now because yes of course i've had two right so am i cool because you let me listen to this song honshu interject so every time they said ahmic loves you should look at me in the back see the car book after you're married that that lara wall in weird evagoras edgy did a lovey mccue way but that was my sex talk while you're sex salk was your mom interupting a boys two men saw roy wa unless you didn't cracked or jury in our rated movie road a hand in their put your hands on your eyes me fingers you can actually see it um but that was as essentially what we grew up with so just wasn't talked about so how'd you know what set learn what sex sexes well we didn't have the internet's yemen essay i hear how you carve something in stone and i think we did what we did what we all did back then we experiment in on the pillow carranza year clowns like you're like sixty five thirty seven i was like you don't look very old okay all right so bells but that would have been grown up those pre preeminent yeah no vining even and i didn't even have enjoy internet anti was no school nobel when was the moment for you when you first realize that you are attracted zoo women.

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"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Was written this week and that was focusing on the pmi data that we saw from egypt tell this week showing that you us indeed starting to see stabilization in the economy performance it isn't into an expansion phase just yet but at least some of the indicators have been becoming more promising to tick lee on the external side export orders picking up that is also helping to boost the the trade position and in terms of new orders in general actually an improvement there as well so i think you are starting to see an improvement i think his early to say that getting too much too fast you still have inflation interest rates were raised and so consumption is going to rain still quite heavy and probably a headwind to growth so it it probably isn't too much to first tim good sue this morning thanks for started by and be the forgotten instead of research going us there all right there let's get you a bit of a sense of what still to come we will be break down some of the key calls tired of the trading day not just in this part of the world but beyond this well this is bloomberg smart but do have bloomberg intelligence from beijing that integrity chief asian economies tom foley insight into wet crucial industry stand today and where they may be heading next intelligence senior analyst jonathan ties in honshu wall street accu men with bank intelligence brazili director you've research agree but he's so.

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"honshu" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"honshu" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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