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"james cook" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"james cook" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Support by the American Indian higher education consortium working to ensure tribal colleges and universities are included in our higher education system. Information on 37 tribal colleges and universities at AI, dot org, support by BNSF railway, proudly supporting the nation's economy by moving the goods that feed, supply, and power communities across the country, more at BNSF dot com slash tribal relations. This is native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. We're getting native perspectives on the voyages of captain James cook, and there's plenty of time to join our conversation. How did his explorations of your native lands affect your people and culture? Please share your comments on the air one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. Let's get some calls going. Once again, the number one 800. 9 9 6 two 8 four 8. We've got Benjamin Jason on the line. He's researcher at the Alaska native heritage center. He's in anchorage, Alaska, and Benjamin before break, you were sharing the irony of captain James cook in that even though his name is listed in so many places there in Alaska monuments and such. He actually didn't really have a huge impact there beyond just having his namesake all over the place. And so many discussions now throughout the country statues and monuments and things like that. And are there moves or efforts to change the names of some of these locations in Alaska cook inlet among them? As well as there's a statue of cook in anchorage as well. And what's the response there with some of those namesakes, those monuments, those names all over the state. And so cooking lit, he does have a statue here. And there is a movement to try and get rid of it. But one thing that is important when you're thinking about removing statues of these figures, especially someone like James cook is to remember that just getting rid of statue. Or the symbol, these physical symbols isn't enough. There has to be an education that the area that you are at is denied a land. That we've been here for, we've been here forever. And while this is a piece of art history, it's a very, very short and small piece of our history. And so having that view of yes, we can remove these symbols. That is important. But it's also really important to change the narrative to change the story. To the truth is that we have always been here. As native peoples. And that our view of the land. Has to be there in order to actually tell the full story. And what's it going to take? To change that narrative as you describe it. For the most part, education. A big part is understand. And a big view of among the line of non natives. That I've heard time and time again is anchorage has never really been a native place. When that's just simply not true. And so education is a really big reality. But there also has to be the changing of this colonial mindset that this place has been an untouched land. All that also with the education of the personhood of indigenous peoples. A big thing that you see over in cook's writings is really trying to analyze kind of the levels of savagery. Of different indigenous peoples. While he may say one group is really strong, he might like down upon another group. Which is really rebellion over all along the northwest coast within his own writings. And so changing that narrative that indigenous peoples have personhood is also a really big issue as well. Alrighty, let's go ahead and go to the phones now. We have Nicole listening in Gallup, New Mexico, on station, KG, LP, hello Nicole. Well, good morning, good afternoon to you all. I'm a very proud proactive great grandmother that's involved in policy and politics. But what I wanted to encourage is that not to really focus on mister cook, but you know, just like here in the Navajo Nation, what I'm trying to do is work with the new bow at migrant administration to change fort wingate the name fort wingate and all the forts or anything derogatory like Carson and fort de France. To change that to a beautiful Navajo resilience, strong name like Lincoln, it would be the toll putting strong Navajo in bear springs. So I'm trying to change something negative that is into something that's very, very positive. And then once I get done with Navajo Nation, I want to go to basket redundant, work with the tribes down there and change that as well. Alrighty. Well, Nicole, thank you for sharing that information. I hope you're enjoying our show today and yeah, it certainly does these issues with names. So many native communities as well as the Navajo Nation and what we're learning about today with the legacy of captain James cook and the Pacific as well as parts of Alaska. I'd like to go back to doctor Keanu Tsai again and there's so many other aspects of cook's legacy beyond just his interactions with native people and some of the issues we're talking about today and one thing that I think is important to note is that he was also very well known as a cartographer in making maps and I know there were even maps that he created all those years ago that we're still in use by some sailors as recently as like the 1970s even into the 1980s I think and what about that side of cook's legacy doctor sy, his ability to make maps and just some of these other contributions for better or worse that he made to the world. No, that's a good point because Hawaii would be impacted by that. So what cook brought to the mapping issue is longitude latitude, right? Bracketing. And that makes things more precise. You can find things. So when he mapped the Pacific, he also made it where other ships can find Hawaii to get to get refreshments to get water, get refurbished and then they go back out and then many of them were whalers. So Hawaii was inundated with the wailing

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"james cook" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:15 min | 7 months ago

"james cook" Discussed on Native America Calling

"With captain cook. Named captain George Vancouver. Now, captain Vancouver be fed befriended, some of the young chiefs under colonial pool at that time. When James went, George Vancouver continued where captain cook left off, he came to Hawaii. And he arrived here in 1790, started his expedition in 1794 in the South Pacific. And he arrived in a way, and he eventually entered into an agreement with king commemorative I who was the successor to king colonial of Hawaii island. To enter into an agreement to join the British Empire. And that's when in 1794, the kingdom of Hawaii became a British protectorate. So and then eventually from being a British protector in 1794, Queen Victoria in 1843 recognized the Hawaiian kingdom as an independent state. And holy was the first non European and country out of Polynesia to be recognized as an independent state. So our flag of the Hawaiian kingdom has the union Jack on it. And that's not because we're colonized. But we had a relationship with the British that was very different than our cousins in New Zealand. The motives where they had a war against the British because of colonizers coming in. But hawai was never colonized. That's something unique. We're speaking with doctor Keanu sai, he is a political scientist. He's in Honolulu, Hawaii, and he's giving us some riveting history on captain James cook and his legacy there on the Hawaiian Islands. Give us a call if you have

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"james cook" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

06:28 min | 7 months ago

"james cook" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Support by sinofsky chambers law, championing tribal sovereignty and Native American rights since 1976 from opioids litigation to treaty rights to tribal self governance, with offices in Washington, D.C., New Mexico, California, and Alaska. Sadowski chambers law. Native voice one the Native American radio network. This is native America calling, I'm Sean spruce. 18th century British explorer James cook is revered for his drive and seamanship from Tonga in the South Pacific to the Bering strait. He put more than 120 English place names on the map, from mount edgecombe and Alaska to the bay of plenty in New Zealand. That doesn't count the many places named after him. But his colonial exploits were often at odds with the indigenous peoples already living in the places he landed. His conflicts with indigenous people during his efforts to expand the British Empire came to a head on this date in 1779. That's the day he was killed in a skirmish with native Hawaiians. We're talking about cook's legacy today from a native perspective. Are there places in your area named after the British explorer? What is the name? James cook me to you and your native community. Give us a call at one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's also one 809 9 native. Joining us first from Honolulu Hawaii is doctor Keanu sai. He's a political scientist. Doctor psi, welcome to native America calling. Thank you for having me. Doctor James cook is revered around the world and explore a cartographer. How is he regarded in Hawaii? It's not that we don't celebrate anything regarding captain cook. He's a part of our history though. And he's known for it. Well, they say discovered he didn't discover Hawaii, but he arrived here. And so he also met his demise here. His demise, right? And that's an interesting story. We want to get into that for sure. But when Kirk, we cook first arrived there on the islands, what was life like for the people who lived there? Well, it was in these islands that were actually three separate kingdoms. The kingdom of kawaii, the kingdom of Maui and the kingdom of Hawaii. And they were very chiefly, very keenly oriented. In fact, anthropologists recently had now referred to these kingdoms along with Tonga as primary states or archaic states the way they're set up similar to nasal America. And so forth. So it was very feudal like and he had classes of people. So you had the king, the chiefs, or nobility, and the commoners. So when captain cook first arrived, it was on Kauai and 17. Before. So it was a year before he demise in 1779. And when he arrived in Hawaii on Kauai. They said he came across a fisherman and efficiently kind of just looked at him. I was like, well, that's a large ship. And that was that first connection that was made. And then he continued his journey. Now, when he came back, returned to Hawaii in 1779, he arrived at that same time that he first touched Kauai a year earlier. And this was a season called makahiki. So the two primary seasons within these islands under these kingdoms. And it was the season of peace and the season of war. When he arrived in Kauai, it was doing a season of peace. That's roughly four months. It runs around from March to I believe January and early February. So that is when there's festivities and is dedicated to the God London, right? Now, when that season ends, which is either late January early February, that's when it gets into the season of war. And that's on the kuka limo cohesive war God. And that's when wars take place, right? So when he showed up, just so happens he arrived during the season of peace. So he was very well received. And when he returned, he was also what we see because he arrives during that same kind. Now when he left to continue his journey, map being there, trying to find the northwest passage. His mass broke in the fore. So we had to come back to Hawaii for the island. And then he came into kill like a quarter, which is where he was before. But it was very different. Because people were looking at him like, what are you doing here? And some of the chiefs were getting a little anxious. So a couple of them actually stored his schooner off of his ship. And what captain cook did the following day was use a tactic that he used in the southern in the South Pacific. Where if something is taken is going to take something from them and hold them ransom, hold a ransom, and say, you give it, I'll give you back. You might think I give you your thing. Well, the one thing he did, which wasn't good, once he went to apprehend. King colonial pool. And he was a king of the way island. And at first, the king thought he was a friend. So he's just going to go with him. And it was one of his wives that said, no. Colonial pool. Is your enemy? He's taking your way because of the attitude. And he was there with marines with muskets. And that's

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Bills clinch third straight AFC East division title

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Bills clinch third straight AFC East division title

"The Seahawks fell to 7 and 8. The bills wrapped up a division title as David Schuster reports. Josh Allen threw a pair of touchdown passes and rushed for another as the bills ramped up the AFC east with a 35 13 victory over the bears. It's the next progression in our goal. Actually, playoffs, division title, and we know what the next one is so I got a couple more games to put our best foot forward and just try to go execute to the best of our ability. Buffalo's run game was extremely productive with 254 yards, Devin Singletary rushed for 106 and a score while James cook had 99 yards and also found the end zone. The Vikings pulled out another tight victory, defeating the Giants 27 24 on Greg Joseph 61 yard field goal this time expired. I felt really good off the foot, so I

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"james cook" Discussed on Ultraflex Football

Ultraflex Football

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"james cook" Discussed on Ultraflex Football

"That music at the moment perfectly. That was great. Again, if you're new, we are trying to pick FanDuel players that are under $6000 as an average. We're trying to use up less than $18,000 of your salary. If you're new to FanDuel, you have $60,000 to spend. So we're trying to get you some bargain players, where you can fill out the rest of your roster and hopefully win some money. Last week I had Chase claypool for 55 hundred bucks. I figured someone had to catch the ball with Mooney being out. And Justin Fields just decides to run the ball. 70 yards every other play and not really passed them all. So it didn't work out. He had 5 receptions, which is like, okay, cool. Photos for 28 yards. So not ideal. This week I have James cook at $6100. He is slowly taking over more and more reps in the bills backfield. It was encouraging to see the last two games. It seems like the injury has made it so Josh Allen's more maybe it's just the way they're following their offense more. Willing to dump the ball down and the way defenses have been playing them. It's been open pretty much all year and he's deciding to take it. James cook's or James cook had 6 receptions last week. He's going to continue to get targets. He's going to continue to get some rushing attempts. Hopefully the bills are beating up on the jets and they got to run out the ball in the second half and he gets a touchdown. So my pick this week is James. Going back to your heart, taking a bill. I would say, how nice is it as a bills fan to have a running back that actually looks like a legitimate NFL running back? We haven't had that in a long time. I agree. I will say single theory has the last this year and the end of last year. He's been running the ball hard, but he's also like 5, 6, small and slow. Yeah, he's not he's been better than NFL running back. He's pretty good, but I agree. He's been single theory has been better than I thought he could ever get the last handful of games so this year and some of last year. But yeah, I agree. Just looking at James cook run the ball, just like, okay, that looks different than he's got a different gear to him. So speed is nice to see. Brian, who do you have? I, sir. Well, first of all, last week I said Damien pierce. He did okay. He did okay. He had 11 points, 18 carries, though. They fed him The Rock. Three targets, I believe. All three of the balls. All three of his balls. Okay. For 22 yards, he had 18 carries for 73 yards. So like I said, good for 11 points. This week, we're going Niko Collins on FanDuel. He is the wide receiver 35. So we're getting down there. He costs 5900 last week. He had ten targets and a touchdown. Don't mind that he only caught three of those ten balls. Just pretend like that didn't happen. We like to see those target numbers. That captures will come with those targets. That's right. Hopefully Brandon cook sits again. Actual production doesn't actually count. That's right, man. It's the potential. See, he had the potential, and now he can follow through this week. And hopefully if Brandon cooks sits again, he'll be another target hog once again against the defense. That gives up the 14th most points to wide receivers in the Dallas Cowboys. All right. So hopefully you ignored my pick last week once it was announced that naji Harris was playing because I just completely shot any value that Benny snow or Jalen Warren had. So I won't even talk about their stats because it doesn't matter nausea Harris played pretty much the whole game. To be fair to you before you go on, we do this we record this Wednesday night. So some of the injury information isn't accurate for us. That is correct. And I want to be extra fair to us. This week, we're recording on Tuesday night. So this matters because a lot of things can change from Tuesday night until game time. Thanks, dad. My dad's coming in town tomorrow. That's why we're doing it here. At ruined it. So my pick this week. I'm gonna go to the lions and take DJ chark versus Minnesota Vikings who allow the third most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers and we're just absolutely torched by Garrett Wilson last week for 8 catches and 162 yards and could have been another long touchdown that just missed him on. Shark had 5 catches for 98 yards last week, played 84% of the snaps. And he's only going to cost you 5700 bucks on FanDuel. So I think he's a good value pick this week in a game with I believe the highest over under the week. It's about 53 points. There should be some offensive fireworks. And

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"james cook" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

08:21 min | 11 months ago

"james cook" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

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Stock up on everything you need to conquer cold and flu season at your local Safeway. They have everything you need for any coffin flu needs this season. Get cold and flu relief from products like vicks NyQuil or dayquil. Tylenol cold and flu, alka seltzer, mucinex, and Bigelow teas. When you're feeling under the weather, Safeway has everything you need to get feeling better fast. Find everything you need at your local Safeway and feel better fast. Let's go on TJ hawkinson. For some, I'm just gonna really give up on these a bunch of pick swaps. Lions move up in some picks and they send TJ hawkinson to the Vikings here. Bummer for the Lions. This whole year has been a bummer for the Lions. I don't know, mate. It's like we're tearing this thing down again. Yeah, but here, so here's my, I'm gonna try to really galaxy brain this thing. So follow along. TJ hawkinson, you probably drafted. I mean, when you took him, right? This was the height of Kelsey and kittle. You're hoping that that's gonna be the guy. He is not, and Dan Campbell has said this at press conferences. He's not a good run blocker. Has not been a good run blocker in the NFL. Not as good as you need it to be. So for the Lions, let's play devil's advocate and say they're determined to keep this going with Dan Campbell. You have a great offensive line. And so even if you drafted a handsy tight end who's not a good blocker, pine soul or tailor decker helps him enough where you could get the job done, right? Yeah. And you can negate the bad blocking. So you don't want to extend hockinson, so that's kind of what you're thinking, right? Maybe that's the route that you go. I don't know. I mean, maybe that's maybe that's your devil's advocate. The other side of this is like if you're Dan Campbell or you just kind of like, well, that about sealed it, you know? And can you blame Dan? Because listen, this is a former NFL tight end. And I'm not saying that he's got time to fix TJ hawkinson, but like he should be able to hire a pretty damn good position coach who can fix TJ hawkinson, you know? Or maximize him. But I don't think we saw any of that, you know? So, I don't know, I think hockey has just been okay. With the Lions and the Vikings are, again, it's sort of like the chub thing, right? They're gambling that they can make him more than okay. But they also just needed a tight end. I mean, irv Smith got hurt and they have to have a guy. And hawkinson is probably your definition of a guy at this point. Yeah. No, I'm totally fine with this from the Viking standpoint. Toy logical, that's not really that much draft capital to give up to address what became a need, but aw man. Do you care that they're trading with the division rival constantly? No, no. I know a lot of people do. Or it seems, I mean, no, and you've written this at least once. Well, I mean, you say it. It's your thought. But I agree with it. What's that? It's just like there's so many avenues to the playoffs. You don't, it's cool to win the division, I guess, but there's so many avenues to the playoffs. I don't know. And it's like, oh, we see them twice a year. It's like, well, if you're trading them, you probably don't mind seeing them twice a year. Right. Yeah. I mean, and again, it's like it could work the other way around, where if you just smash the lion's heads in with TJ hawkinson next year, it really, it demoralizes them a little bit, I think. Let's go to buffalo where the bills get, they get dean marlowe back in the secondary. Nice move there. I guess. I like dean Marlo fine. But the bigger one was obviously najim Heinz from Indianapolis here. We'll start with the bill side of this and then we'll talk about the colts and we also have to talk about a coach fire with the golds. But yeah, look, the bills have very much been in the market for that check down back as Connor or branded it. It's the year of the check down in the NFL. They tried to get JD mckissick. Mckissick ended up changing his mind and going back to Washington. They were in it for Christian McCaffrey, just didn't want to give up what they had to give up. So they get nahim Heinz, who is, yeah, he's a stepped down for McCaffrey, but he's still really good. They drafted James cook. The only mild disappointment I feel is like, well, James cook is coming off his best game as a pro, probably. And it felt like, all right, well, maybe you have something going on here with James cook. And he'll still have a role going forward, but obviously they wanted someone a little more reliable and frankly, probably a little bit better at this very moment. And that is not a heme Heinz. I keep thinking about and I feel like I've said this like 11 times, so I don't know if I'm yelling on other radio stations or from just telling my wife this, like in our sleep or my kids, but how are you gonna defend the two of them coming out of the backfield together? Like, Josh Allen rolling out and Heinz is down there ready to take a check down, like they're just two of the most stylistically different human beings in the NFL. Like one is a small burner who you're gonna need a very specific kind of person to be able to bring down or group of people and one is a the brawny paper towel man that's gonna be carrying the ball into the secondary and that like with the axe, you know? So very hard to bring down. And so how do you, how do you account for that? Because a linebacker is not gonna get it done on Heinz theoretically. I mean, you're gonna have to have a good linebacker to chase him, cover him. And a cornerback's not gonna be able to tackle Josh Allen. So it's like, what do you do there, you know? SmartBear and still in the NFL, do you just go get Mark Barron? Is he still in the NFL? I don't know. No. No, he had a nice run in a couple of spots. I think he was in Pittsburgh last and Denver lex. 2020 played the pandemic year at the Broncos. Okay, all right, Mark Barron and I are like the same age. How about that? Huh. Interesting. Okay. He had a way better NFL career than I did. He did. Boy, I don't know why I said that. Just to be clear, I agree with that. I'll always remember Mark Barron for being the, this is going to be such an antibiotic take, but I agree with him 100% and it's one of his least popular takes. The tackle eligible touchdowns, and there was like a run back when Barron was I think still in Pittsburgh, maybe he was in LA at that point. Maybe it was with the rams. But Detroit did one. And there was this all sorts of confusion with the official announcement of who is eligible, didn't really come through and there was just a really frustrated Mark Barron

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"james cook" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"james cook" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Com the daily cover leading up to the game about is Aaron Donald the greatest defensive player in NFL history. I talked to Dante scarnecchia, which is pretty cool. Patriots offensive line coach, legendary offensive client coach. He told me leading up to that Super Bowl patriots rams first 20 to 30 passing plays on the script were all immediate take the snap and get rid of the ball because that's all they want to do. They wanted to piss off Aaron Donald. They wanted him to have to run full speed and know that there was going to be no fruits to the labor. They wanted him to just be like, have his head bashed in with frustration. And you can see that. That's part of the deal now with him, you know? It is, it is. I mean, you think about stylistically over the years, the passing games that have quote unquote neutralize him, the forty-niners always fare well against him because the ball comes out quickly. Russell Wilson, all those years. He's a guy who likes playing later into the down. Didn't work out so well in a lot of this matchup with the rams. That's the way it goes. And the bills took advantage of that. I think the one thing we kind of quote unquote learned tonight because I don't think we have any real clarity on Matthew Stafford's health. I don't think this was a yes, he's definitely too injured, but it also wasn't a, let's never talk about this again because it's not an issue. What we did learn tonight is the bills can take on that identity. If they want to take on that identity and that's just one more way they can beat you and that's why that's why this is a really good night for the bills. And that's so scary, isn't it that, I mean, they are mid 2000s patriots level amoebic. Like they can stretch the field. They can dominate you in so many different ways. We'll see a really sexy bills running game. I'm sure at some point, the offensive line looked good. Again, I mean, I thought Singletary looked okay. James cook is gonna be fine. I mean, just by virtue of this happening, some of these guys are gonna fumble on their first Carrie. Ben Jarvis green Ellis, by the way, had a lot of fumbles in Cincinnati. Never fumbled in New England. But fumbled as soon as he became a Bengal. Fixed promptly. They told him you're a Bengal now, so fumble lots of times. Right. Yeah.

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"james cook" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"james cook" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Have to catch a lot of other things at the right time in the NFL. And I'm not saying that the bills are going to be that, but boy, could they be like 15 and two? Yeah. I mean, I just don't see how many teams can match up with them regularly. The thing you would flag besides injuries is, you know, we have this conversation about the chiefs last year and the chiefs were not at this level that the bills are at right now offensively, but everyone was kind of saying in October, November, what's wrong with the chiefs, what's wrong with the chiefs? It was partially Patrick Mahomes. But he wasn't that far off. What was going on with them was just a lot of just a lot of drops, just a lot of execution mistakes. You saw that tonight. I mean, you had the Mackenzie interception. You had James cook for Gotti was running with a football. Zack moss late had a fumble. There were some execution issues, but it's just so overwhelming. Otherwise, if they do get tripped up in a handful of games, it's just gonna be one of those things where it's like, boy, a run of, you know, man, the bills had 6 drops in this game, and that's how they lost to the, I don't know, they lost to the Jaguars last year. That's how it happens. That's the way it's gonna be. And I think that we could safely say that the bills are the best team in the NFL and that they may not win the Super Bowl because like you said, I mean, the Super Bowl is just a culmination of a lot of different things that really have nothing to do. Well, it has the best teams get close, right? But then after that, it's just whatever. You and I both talked about the bills, maybe being the best team in the playoffs last year too. It's just how some of this stuff happens in the waning moments of games. But yeah, can I hit you with a little like live trivia here? Is that cool? Oh wow. Yeah, okay. Okay. How many teams over the last 12 years have turned the ball over four times, but still won the game. By at least three touchdowns. It seems like it seems like a very steelers browns thing. I'll say twice and it was both steelers browns. I don't know who the teams are, but the bills of the second team to do it. Which is, so what's weird is a lot of times we will, we will say that wins like this are flukey when you turn the ball over four times and you win, but the bills are in a different category because they're just so damn good that it doesn't matter. Like they're just, they're destroying people. And I would, as the purveyor of the luck adjusted spreadsheet, I would say that turnovers, the turnovers themselves are the flukes many times. They lose the turnover battle. They gave up to fourth down conversion to this game. I'm telling you that the luck adjusted point differential spreadsheet will smile down on them after week one. I was happy by the way that McDermott at least let James cook come back into the game. Yes, I was and one other note, Devin Singletary looked pretty good. That was surprising to me.

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"james cook" Discussed on Ultraflex Football

Ultraflex Football

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"james cook" Discussed on Ultraflex Football

"Next year, and then two firsts and two seconds a year after that. So at first, I was questioning his decision making, but now after he kind of laid that out for Marie for me, I think he has a pretty solid foundation to move forward with, and he also has James cook. Alan Robinson, kind of a mixture of people that are going to produce now. I got the trade here for you. It ended up being Russell Wilson, Travis Kelce. A 23 first and a 24 first for Josh Allen. Yes. He had I think at one point he had like three 2023 first round picks and then like two or three 20 24 first round picks. So to package those together and get arguably the best dynasty quarterback there is, isn't the worst move in the world? It's not really arguably. He is the best. Yeah, for the last two years. What I'm most interested to see as far as other teams is how it will work out for the teams who went very running back heavy. More so starting next year versus this year. I personally want to well, first of all, I wanted to say something about your brother, Anthony. At one point in the draft, I sent him a tradeoff or and he responded and he goes, wow, I bet you thought real hard about that, didn't you?

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"james cook" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"james cook" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"Kevin? I think so. I think they'll get probably one in the draft and then you're gonna see them target some guys undrafted. You reference sky more. The comp for him in my mind is Golden Tate. Really good. Yeah. I think he broke more tackles last year than any wide receiver. And the kids like 5 9. So he plays really strong just like just like golden did. And the deeper wide receiver or deep draught wide receiver that could develop that I like on day three. You reference Bill Melton from Rutgers. I do like bull. I also like Danny gray from SMU. And he's a guy I think that people should keep an eye on. My binky, you know, there's three or four guys that I really like for them. You know, as a priority free agent, as you know, I referenced them before the rose bowl, print and covey. He just, he's like a patriots wide receiver that they absolutely will. Hopefully he agrees to decide. But he had over 2000 career return yards was 5 time all pack 12. His problem is he's 5 8 one 70. He's smaller than me, right? Me walking out of NFL field. Hopefully I survived a hit, right? And so, you know, I think that Britain is he had a lot of kicks too. I think that's exactly right. That's what I was just going to go with. He replaces gunner if they don't replace anybody else with the draft that has that return experience. When I watched him, I just kept thinking that's Braxton barrios. Interesting. Okay, let's finish up here. I don't really think we need to get into the tight ends and you just wrote them up the other day. You have the local kid. I say a likely from coastal Carolina. You know, let's go with your running backs with past catching upside. Guys that they might see as a replacement for James White. Yeah, so this 5 guys that I like. I'll kind of leave it there. The first guy I think that goes off the board is James cook from Georgia. He split time with Zeus white, who I also like from Georgia, who is deaf early down back..

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"james cook" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"james cook" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Skill set reminds me of Rex burkhead, I think, is upsides obviously higher than that, but the kind of player that comes in here and succeeds. I mean, they love those kind of guys. Cook, he's projected right now to go into day two early day three. They have that 127th pick. It feels like that might be a fall for cook. If he's there, I think that would make a ton of sense that's right around where they took Ramon dry last year. I think we're Monterey was their first day. He was their first pickup. So, you know, I could see it. I like cook. I've cooked throughout this process. We'll see, you know, would they reach for them? Because if they're not taking them at one 27, pending a trade down, they have taken at 85, if you're going to take a running back that high, I think Brian Robinson is a better version of everything that James cook is. So if you're even if you trade, you pick up a pick in the 90s, right? That's what we've done in our box. You keep taking pics and then we keep adding a pic like 91 93. I take cook there. I think that's a perfectly fine pick, but if they're both on the board, I take Brian Robinson and Brian Robinson's probably still going to be on the board at that point, right? So we know I want them to add a running back. Everybody knows I want them to add to running back. I'd be fine with either. I just think it's interesting that they're meeting with cook. And I'd be curious why we don't know that they prefer cook to Robinson, to be honest, but just if they do why that is. Yeah, they do love those Georgia running backs, obviously Sony Michelle. And I think a big part of it, not that Alabama is not a diverse run scheme as well, but they see a lot of overlap, I think, with the blocking schemes that they use down in Georgia with what they're going to ask their backs to do. George is a big inside zone team. The Patriots don't run a ton of that, but they do run some of the power stuff the Patriots run. And I think there's some crossover there between what George does and what the Patriots do certainly at Bama as well. I want to take a second to shout out our friends at bet online dot AG, our partners at bed online continue to be the number one source for all your betting needs and sports info, find all the latest sports developments, including updated odds on the playoffs,.

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"james cook" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"james cook" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Be the first back off the board. I don't think the Patriots would take him just because of how high he's going to go, but I think he would be fantastic if he does end up in New England. Yeah, maybe like his brother, maybe a little bit more of a zone runner than a power runner, but definitely got a lot of things that when you watch guys in these drills, especially like the skill positions, you just want to see how smooth and how effortless it is for them to go through the drills. And James cook was one of those guys that looked like it was just a walk in the park, right? And that's exactly what you want to see. They showed some highlights of him during the broadcast where he's flexed out to out wide as a receiving threat. So he's somebody that can do just about everything. I don't think he's quite as explosive in a straight line as his brother, but he might be a better pass catching back than Dalvin cook. That is a great scream back. He's fantastic. I don't know, Dalvin cook is somebody that you really want to flex out though. You know, I don't know if he's that kind of guy. His brother might be a little bit better in that type of phase, though. Yeah, and the other thing is, I mean, it kind of like talked about an offense. They had a number of good backs in that backfield. He didn't have to do, you know, that was kind of what he had to do to get the ball. Yeah. Excuse me, sorry, they didn't, you know, he kind of just slid in to that past catch and roll. So it's something he's very confident. It's something he's done a lot of. Sometimes you see these guys who we project his pass catching backs. It's not necessarily that they've done it a lot. We just think that they have the skill set to do it, but they may not have the experience. You know, a guy like cook is a guy who's done it. He's been in that role. He's succeeded in that role at the college level. So that's a big plus too..

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"james cook" Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"james cook" Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"And if, you know, all of a sudden they jump into the huddle in this analogy that I'm not sure if it's working well, but it's like that that person can, okay, cool. It sounds like you've got some ability to run a small team. And to have some direction and come up with ideas with them. And facilitate what each person is doing. Are you interested in doing that with your career? Yeah, it's fun. I mean, this whole thing is a crazy game that we're learning. No, and I think I agree with you. I mean, this conversation has gone in so many directions and I hope you all are listening because what I want people to get take away from this is we're two owners of businesses. And we're all still figuring it out and learning and testing and trying. But what I hope you heard is our goal for our teams is growth and retention and respect and understanding them as human beings and what they're doing externally so that we can all succeed together as a team. And I think that's really, really, truly important. So as we wrap up, so first Andrew, this was great. I love this conversation. This was a really good one. I totally forgot people who were listening. No, that's even better. That's even better. So at the end of every episode, I asked three or four random questions, I call them the one, so you answer with the one thing that comes to mind. And then we'll wrap up. So first thing, what do you reading, listening to or watching, that's inspiring you that you would share with the audience? I'm listening to the long way around, I think right now is the audiobook on captain James cook. I've been traveling a bit and I've seen all these different things that are named after cook. He's got like the cook straight in New Zealand and why and in Alaska. I don't know, it's like that's that's inspiring just to hear it. Yeah, I'm not going to give the long answer. Oh no, that's perfect. Listen. We'll hook it all up in the show notes too. Let's see. While saying that you traveled, where's one place that you would like to go that you haven't been to assuming all the restrictions are lifted and you can go wherever you want. I want to go to Iceland and I want my wife to want to go Iceland and we'll go together. She likes to be okay. What's one piece of advice that you got in your journey that stuck with you that thought was that you said that that was really good advice?.

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Daniels, UGA Defense Lead No. 2 Dawgs Past S Carolina 40-13

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Daniels, UGA Defense Lead No. 2 Dawgs Past S Carolina 40-13

"JT Daniels tossed three touchdown passes in James cook scored two touchdowns as number two Georgia opened conference play with a forty thirteen your honor over South Carolina Daniel show no signs of the oblique injury that sidelined him last week as he completed twenty three of thirty one for three hundred and three yards to meal one on one match up where we can take a chance on the deep ball is taking what they're giving us if they're gonna give us one on one without a safety on the way to you know make it a two on one to me that's giving us you know something the Bulldogs stingy defense also of Carolina to just two Parker white field goals until the fourth quarter George scored twenty six unanswered points in the second and third quarters to put the game away I'm Jim Hart

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"james cook" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"james cook" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Um, by uplift. And this week in 2000 and eight The Dark Knight, the fifth film in the Big screen Batman series opens in theaters six months after the death of one of its stars. Heath Ledger now taking a look back at this day in history on AM Tampa Bay, and it's today in history. July 12th. In 14 93 Hartman Should Els Nurenberg Chronicle one of the best documented early printed books, is published. I wouldn't know where they were publishing books that early. Yeah, right in. Yeah. Have you read anything? Pre 1500? I don't think so. Neither. I don't know if I'd understand 14 93. 15 43 King Henry, the eighth of England married his sixth and last wife, Catherine Parr at Hampton Court Palace. At some point I wouldn't want to be the wife. I would just say that things aren't going well for any of your wife wives. In 17 76 captain James Cook began his third voyage. Captain Cook? Yep. Captain Cook. He went up to Quebec and places like that. And of course in our country as well. Atlantic Coast 18 12 the American Army of the Northwest briefly occupied the upper Canadian settlement. And what is now known as Windsor, Ontario. We should have kept it. Yep. Hung on to all of that. Good ally there, too. In 18 62. The Medal of Honor is authorized by the U. S. Congress. Had a sergeant in ROTC epic W View who was in Medal of Honor winner Wow. 1917 the Bisbee deportation occurred as vigilantes kidnapped and deported nearly 1300 striking miners. And others from Bisbee, Arizona. 8 1948 Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion ordered the expulsion of Palestinians from the towns of Load and Ramla. 1962. The Rolling Stones performed for the first time and they were at London's marquee club. They ended up quite a career. After that, I'd say so. I think they're going back on tour now. Yeah, I think so. 1967 riots began in Newark, New Jersey. Doesn't say why. But they had him. 1973 of fire destroyed the entire sixth floor of the National Personnel Records Center of the United States. Don't know where that is. I'm assuming it's in D. C. 2000 and one space shuttle program. Space shuttle Atlantis launched on a mission STS one. Oh, four carrying the Quest Joint airlock. To the international space station. I don't know what that would be. And last year 2000 and seven U. S. Army Apache helicopters engaged in airstrikes against armed insurgents in Baghdad, Iraq, where the civilians were killed. And footage from the cockpit is later linked leaked to the Internet. And, of course, the U. S. Army got a lot of criticism for that. Having happened. It's 8 42 and let's get to John Thomas quickly here. We're a little traffic. For.

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"james cook" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"james cook" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Cargo ship is undocked from the international space station to launch a series of five satellites before ending its mission. The cygnus nj fifteen is carrying more than four tons of trash destined to burn up during atmospheric reentry however prior to meeting its ultimate demise in the skies above the south eastern pacific ocean. The cygnus will launch five. Small satellites using the slingshot net. Iraq's racks keeps at the lawyers. The cygnus nj fifteen was launched back on february the twentieth aboard a north route. Grummin antares rocket from wallops island flight facility on the virginia mid atlantic coast. It was carrying nearly four tons of scientific research. Equipment and supplies to the space station the cygnus docked with the orbiting op post two days later once all the supplies were unloaded. It was used to store trash and disused equipment no longer needed by the crew. This space time anti-matter take a brief look at some of the other stories making using science this week with the signs report with the politicians have been telling you and you study. Shows will need to vaccinate at least eighty five percent of the population in order to achieve her immunity against covid. Nineteen the new modeling from james cook university. As implications for the australian government's four step plan to transition from suppression of covid nineteen to a strategy of reopening in returning to normal live side to say the first hurdle which is vaccinate and achieve herd. Immunity will be more difficult to achieve with a dose of varied of covid nineteen as it's both more infectious and less amenable to vaccination researchers found the datta variants reproduction number. There is the average number of people infected by one person carrying the virus is four for the delta variant that means eighty five percent of the population will need to be vaccinated using the current strategy. If vaccine coverage was targeted the most infectious ages. Australia could achieve immunity by vaccinating. Seventy five percent of the population however that may not be realistic because it would require nearly one hundred percent vaccination uptake in the twenty to sixty year old age group world health organization estimates over eight million people of being killed by the covid. Nineteen corona virus with over four point. One million confirmed fatalities and more than one hundred and eighty six million people infected since the deadly disease spread out of china and you study warns that night. Owls especially those who are average less than five hours sleep have an increasing risk of obesity..

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"james cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"james cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News click yesterday. Budweiser is not advertising during the Super Bowl this year. You think that's good that they're not advertising 66% of you said Yes. 34% of us said it's a bad idea. I'll miss those commercials. Have you guys seen any of the commercials that are in fact going to run on the Super Bowl? I have not. I saw a list of them. I didn't click through. All I know is like of Amy Schumer's Hellman's commercial. Oh, no, I'm do tell what's that? Like? I just I was like watching the Today show the other morning She was on promoting that She was gonna be it be in it, and she showed like a little teaser. But I don't know. It's the only thing I've seen or heard, so there will be an Amy Schumer and I'm already flapping. I think that's just great Three idea that we have decided that times are so tough. We can't have Clydesdales and And silly soda ads to me is Is that is not an appropriate response. I thought they were donating a lot of the money they would have spent to help with coronavirus relief. That's what they say. And that's what they're going to do. Guess what they could do both. True or you know, people can lower the price tag on a slot. Still right? Yeah, the well, the network ain't going to do that. That's true. Yes, but that would be the NFL takes less money. The NFL, by the way, knows how to make money. And that is why they live. So then they said, Well, don't worry. We're going to let 7500 Healthcare workers get free tickets to the Super Bowl. And that was the right play. It was almost shocked at the NFL. Got it right. But I also think just the same way. Budweiser is getting plenty of good publicity by donating the amount of money they spend on commercials to these charitable organizations. It's kind of an ad. It's them buying some good publicity. I've been talking about it for a couple of days. So I think the NFL was doing right by the Super Bowl, but I also think they knew darn good and well that that would put a positive spin on the league. Guess you shouldn't fault him for that. What are they supposed to do? Put a negative spin on it. Somebody texted into say, Hey, Did you follow the story about Brian Chang? Well, this is where he was trolling Ken Jennings and I did read about this. This is Tracey Swartz, a story in the Tribune. Chicago attorney Brian Chang won $88,000 over four jeopardy games with two of his final answers making headlines last week. What's the date on this story Monday, the 25th Chang 35 kicked off his win streak with a runaway game that air January 19th. The other two contestants didn't have enough money to even wager in the final round. That is enough to catch him. The final category was the business of travel. The clue was adjusted for inflation. The nightly rate this company put in its name in 1962 is now $51. I read the clue again. Adjusted for inflation. The nightly rate this company put in its name in 1962 is now $51. You guys know what the answer to that is. Motel six. Change. Competitors gave the correct response, which was Motel six. Don't realize that's why they call the motel six cost six bucks to go in, huh? Chain, took a different approach and wrote What is H and R block with the smiley face. That was a joke. Zing debt jeopardy. Guest host and former contestant Ken Jennings, who 74 game win streak ended when he failed to come up with What is ancient R Block is the final answer on an episode in 2004. Wow, e get it, But I don't know that. That's a good play there, my friend. I mean, Brian, you want to court every favor you can When I saw the clue, I froze chain told the Tribune. I don't think I was thinking very well. In that moment. The idea that I was going to win an episode of Jeopardy was so overwhelming that I don't think I processed the clue particularly well. But after about 20 seconds of trying to come up with the correct response, I just couldn't And so I thought, Well, I'm gonna pay sort of Oh, ma Zhi to Ken Jennings and write the H and R Block answer. Change said that he expected the answer would be a non event and he had Jennings would chuckle over it. Jennings took it in stride by saying, Oh, now, Brian, I know from my experience, H and R Block is sometimes the right answer. But not today. I'm afraid. Chang said he was surprised at the level of attention his response received and didn't even think it would go Viral the way it did. Yeah, I watched it, and in real time, it doesn't seem like such a big deal, but I'm not a Jeopardy. Fan like some of you are California native Change. Although I guess California native, but he's a Chicago attorney, California Native, Chang won $13,201 In his first game. He went into Friday's episode that be last week with $50,000 in winnings. He and Stanford University law student Jack Weller each had $18,800 to wager in the final round. Minnesota Prospect researcher Maggie who ska had $10,000 the clue was statues honoring this man who was killed in 17 79 can be found in why Maia Kawai and Whitby, England. About that one. So the two guys were tied in 18 8. The final question is Our answer is statues honoring this man. Who was killed in 17 79 can be found in why Maia Kawai. And which be England. It's one of the ones you got to take a minute just to figure out what they're asking. Cook. The correct answer is Captain James Cook. Well, Orrin Change both gave the correct answer. And both bet everything they had, which triggered a rare tie breaking rule. Love said You got to take a break..

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"james cook" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"james cook" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And this is your week in review in history on pot, goats, radio. I that it is indeed And we start with first as we do every time and we got some really cool first. Yes, we do. And I believe I'm going first. Go right ahead. So on January, 17th 17 73 captain James Cook becomes the first to cross the Antarctic Circle. That's better than cold. Yeah, I would imagine, man one would have to get and think about this. I mean, there ain't no heat. You know, this is 17 73 for cryinout loves who signs up for this crew, bro. I don't know to think to get lost. No, thank you. On the 17th of January. 1920. The first day of Prohibition of alcohol comes into effect in the U. S. And this is his resort of the 18th amendment of the Constitution, and it did not go well. This is how we got the rise of the flipping mob for crying out loud. That's exactly what I was about the same man. Come on, man. It's more government intervention. Nobody was a fan of this. And I think I've asked you this before. But what was the real reason behind this? Because they taught people were getting too drunk. Just teetotalers. Yeah, And these folks were drunk with power. Yeah. I mean, this just seems like an awful idea. It does seem like an awful idea. Of course. You know, you look back on it, and they repeal that amendment and said, You know, this was not a good idea. But you got people trying to and I don't. I'm not. It's not that I don't have morals. But they're trying to force their morals and everybody else, you know, just say, hey, you know alcohol is for still not see the course of the same argument could be made for drug legalization. And I'm not a real big fan of drug legalization. So you know it's a slippery slope. Okay? All right. Yeah, we'll also on January 17 1946. The United Nations Security Council holds its first meeting. Speaking of drunk with power. Oh, good. What a burn on the 18th of January. 15 35 Francisco Pizarro. Founds the city of Lima in Peru. I guess I didn't really realize that he found out that city I guess he didn't this where we get Lima beans. Oh, my heavens to Betsy. We're gonna have to move right past that. Sorry about that as quickly as possible. January 18 17 33 right. The first polar bear is Exhibited in America in Boston. Isn't that something? I think people were freaking out them. That's true now. Polar bears or the North Pole and penguins or the South Pole and they're dancing. You got all these cartoonists and people they get. They put him together, right? And then they've never seen anything different man they've never met. Never, ever. Well. 17 88 on the 18th of January the first elements of the first fleet carrying 736 convicts from England to Australia. Arrives at Botany Bay to set up a penal colony. People don't realize that that's what Australia was first colonized as a penal colony. It was a big jail, man, you know, And I guess people who were descendants of the original folks, there are descendants of criminals. It was a hive of scum and villainy, and I'll pay you 100 bucks. If you can tell me what movie that's from. Ah, homes at hunger games, Star Wars and new Hope. Really? Come on, bro. Well, there was a start. Trek episode about Botany Bay. Uh, yeah, but.

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"james cook" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"james cook" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"We got the pot goats on pod, goats. Radio. I'm Phil Valentine. And I'm Campbell Ballentine. This segment weird and tragic. The old tightrope walk act. However you want to say yes, because some things are weird and something's your tragic and it's a tough one to balance on and you start us off this time. Yes, August 17th. 1903 Pulitzer donates $1 million to Columbia University and begins the Pulitzer Prize in American I've Got a question for You. Okay. Do you know I have specifically left out his first name? What? Paul, is it and is it politics? Poetry is Do you know what Pulitzers first name is? Joe? How do you know the old Joe Pulitzer does that that cell made up it? Does? You know Joe policy? Yeah. What's that guy's name? Joe Pulitzer. That sounds made up. It does doesn't know what it's true. Yeah, they kicked off a lasting award, and I've never won one. Well, you had no dove man. Hello. Are you planning on winning one? Some point. What about Nobel Base, bro? I'm working on that, too. And I'm working on a Nobel Prize in medicine was about to say, Did you? Are you striving for a Nobel Prize in physics as well? We think so. Yeah, sure. Cold crush theory. Isn't that a good one, huh? Yeah. That gold rush is gold Nugget theory. Whatever my folks want to hear it, please. Here we get, and I was like, yes. Uh huh. Carl Sagan and the rest of these eggheads out there who know nothing about what they're saying, and he's dead anyway, so they know nothing about what's going on. They assume he says, of all the billions and billions and billions of planets. There's no chance that we're alone and so I'm going well. This is my gold Nugget theory. And so you folks, some of you folks have heard it before so young through it, and the rest of you folks. You're in for a treat. Here's my theory. Yeah. Let's just say you're panning for gold in a stream on and you find a gold nugget and you get all excited, right? And you go. Oh, my gosh! I've struck gold. Remember it's safe for the next 10 years. You pan for gold on that same stream and you cover a period of I don't know. Ah, the distance of 20 miles or more. Do you think of that point? That your chances of getting better that you go find gold or worse, that you're gonna find gold. It's not a bad theory. Say, there you go. I think your chances are that that was one of a kind and you're not gonna find any more gold. And this is life in the universe. Right? That's right. That's that impressive, But there were there were find aliens, right? So I think that that one gold nugget is us, and I think we're all the intelligent life that's out there and the more we look. The more we just solidified the theory that we're the only ones that they may your theory you now I have a theory. That's not my theory on your first past is always your own theory. I thought was pretty brilliant. And I said I would share my physics pull my physics on Nobel Prize. OK, well, it does and then coming in and decided by your brains, the puzzle pieces of this theory yourself did I did not steal it? I arrange the puzzle pieces that other people researched. So it's kind of mine. Okay, And I'm gonna go home with the Pulitzer Prize. Nobel Nobel Prize, But here's the deal the universe people say Yeah, is 13 billion years old right now. That seems like a long time. But The universe is estimated to be around for the next 100 trillion years. Wow. So who comes up with the head of even know? Well, that's just a guess. But the idea there is Before 13 billion years into the universe's life of 100 trillion. Right then, that's 1000.5 or whatever percent of the life span of the universal were young. Therefore Maybe. Life on planet Earth is simply the first together. Another theory. Hey, like that so further down the stream. Somebody's gonna drop a gold nugget in there. Right. Bingo Up. Bang 1979 lives. Gentlemen on the 17th of August 2. Russian past your planes collide above Ukraine. 173 people killed that's ugly. Yeah, that's crazy. I was sitting out in on the front porch of the cabin here. The party goes studio the other day waiting from telling crap. No, I saw a plane in the helicopter come really close together. I don't know whether anybody reported or maybe was an optical illusion. Well, you know how the planes will fly there flying low here cause I get near the airport, relatively speaking the airport's 10 miles away, but they come in. And so this thing was coming in low in this helicopter goes across and they I mean, they were pretty close. Whoa! I mean, it didn't look like anybody took evasive maneuvers. But, you know So you got two passenger planes that collide above Ukraine, which is crazy. The fact that two planes collided. The odds of it is just crazy. It's one thing for a plane to go down. Have geese gets sucked into the engine or whatever. But for two passenger planes to run into each other mid air that's banned air traffic controlling over there. No joke. 173 people dead 1998 Monica Lewinsky scandal, U. S. President Bill Clinton admits and taped testimony. That he had an improper physical relationship with an intern and on the same day admits before the nation that he misled the people about the relationship. This is after He points his fist. You ain't never would point his finger, so he always did that thing where they say not to point your finger. But that's what they say This is, but it looks stupid. I see everybody doing this now in politics, they just they're pointing their fist. It was like they're almost shaking their fists at you. I did not have sex with that woman. Miss Lewinsky, right? Depends on what sex is. You know that? That was the beginning of then? Yeah. And misled is one way to put it there, Bill. Yes, it is on the 18th 17 69. A lightning strike on the bastion of Sana, Zorro and breast, CIA. Italy. Hey, like that Italian? I love that Italian. You got it, right. But listen to this man. Yeah, a bolt of lightning. Strikes 90 tons of gunpowder. Wow! And it kills 3000 people, good grief that is huge and his huge 3000. 3000 people just from a bolt of lightning. And what are the odds that a lightning bolt hits 90 tons of gunpowder about as good as two planes colliding over Ukraine? I guess, huh? I suppose so. That's about all that it is. On the 19th. Yes. 16 92 5 more people or hanged for witchcraft, bringing the total to 20. And this is of course in Salem, Massachusetts. Yes, Nobody was burned. They were hanging now. They were not know they hang them. Then they burned him. Yeah. 18 87 on the 19th. We have a man who makes a solo ascent by a guest. What balloon? I'm gonna lose my mind. I know to an altitude of 11,500 ft. Above visit Clinton in Russia, Your guess is as good ally in and observes an eclipse. What is with the balloon related content? I don't know. Dimitri. Mendeleev. It sounds good to make risky. Nobody will ever know. Well on the 2019 77 NASA launches Voyager two, ma'am. Yes. You like boys or two? Sure. And everybody loved people know it was a balloon. No, no loser. The Voyager tail. Yeah, it heads towards Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune town and then shoots right out of the solar system and gone. Yeah, and it's scaring, Of course, the golden record. That's right. Yeah, which has got hand pick songs from Earth? Yes, as well as a little explanation of what humans do here, and they expect some aliens to find and then they don't have a record player on the major's end of eating it, Uh, on the 21st 1911 Mona Lisa, and we've talked about this before One of the pod goats episodes is stolen from the loop by Vin Vin Senzo. Rukia, Peru JIA Yes. And then he kept it under his bed for a couple of years. Kind of weird they founded in 1913. And wasn't he like obsessed with it? Wouldn't he look at it at night? Because this kind of strange isn't But if you've ever seen the Mona Lisa Well, tell me the luv earlier. It's pretty small, so, Yeah, but it's also pretty captivating. Yeah, I guess. On the 22nd 17 70 years, James Cook's expedition lands on the East coast of Australia. Yes, And pretty interesting. That is interesting. We've been to Australia love Australia. Yeah, it was sweet. I never had any desire to go to Australia. And then, of course, your younger brother Douglas. Moved to Australia to study abroad for a semester and so we should we gotta go see him and it was just the coolest place and then we didn't want to leave. I didn't want to leave it all. I felt like a million bucks. I did feel like a million bucks. They're gonna pet some kangaroos. Some koala. It was great..

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Atlanta - Georgia football’s James Cook discusses offensive positions and balance

Home Fix It Show

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Atlanta - Georgia football’s James Cook discusses offensive positions and balance

"No matter who takes the ball running back, James Cook says the dogs will be fine. No slips in the quarterback position at the Golden Garden. Good Still, Jamie Newman's decision to opt out has changed things is what it is, and we move forward and we're excited about the guys we've got Smart is waiting for somebody to take the lead, but it hasn't happened. It's been a tough battle, and we're going to find out which one's best The frontrunner is USC transfer J. T. Daniels is waiting to be clear from a C L surgery. Freshman Dewan Mathis is also taking first team snaps. Season start September 26th at Arkansas here on the home of the

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How will the Coronavirus crisis impact the country in the long term?

Texas Business Radio

04:08 min | 3 years ago

How will the Coronavirus crisis impact the country in the long term?

"You know things are changing very quickly as we live with the impacts of the corona virus watch it's developments here about all the layoffs and whatnot I mean we're we're getting new information constantly hearing about new steps taken by state or local governments the feds as well daily rate present hold the daily press briefing right now in and really were just more taking things day by day and week by week right now but in light of the recent passage just a couple days ago of the huge huge I mean spending package the carers act two point two trillion dollars unprecedented in light of that I I have to shift gears a bit on today's show and I want to take a longer term view maybe looking a year maybe longer out into the future what what we're going through some incredible short term pain right now I get that in in and I think it will be relatively short term that that's just my opinion but it does look like we will enter a recessionary period for sure and obviously the government with that cares act as well as the federal reserve they are throwing everything that they can at these events to make it as short lived it is relatively painless as as possible and that is what I want to talk about today have you thought about what all that debt that we're now adding to the federal balance sheet as well as the the balance sheet of the federal reserve right what what's that going to result in longer term I keep hearing the term we are at war thrown around with with respect to the coronavirus and much like in war time we we are we're pulling out all the stops massive deficit spending what we're doing in the house you know the president recently invoked the defense production act and that that act was put into place in nineteen fifty at the start of the Korean War right as part of that war effort this act it it it allows the president basically if this actually to direct production of private business that's just what he's done already president trump with the GM directed them to produce them the much needed ventilators we have a lack of those so he said look guys you're dragging your feet you're moving too slowly this is what you're gonna do so we're seeing some some unusual steps being taken we're seeing heavier deficit spending than than usual and again I get it and I think a lot I think a lot of folks out there businesses especially small businesses may survive because of these these massive efforts but again for time you know what typically follows wartime is a period of peace and inflation and taxation we have to pay for that debt that we incurred during that war and is that inflation I want to think about and focus on on today's show again taking a bit of a longer term view today in the White of the passage of that massive massive spending package you know the British explorer James Cook he said it best inflation makes the wealthiest people richer and the masses poor no you don't want to be part of that poor crowd do you so what can you do now to prepare and I'm talking literally right now yes you're locked up in your house yes they're all these events going down around us with respect to the virus layoffs and and whatnot but you can prepare and I'm gonna tell you what you can do later in the show and stay tuned as well because lifestyles unlimited is making an astounding offer in light of the current events access to our online program or programs our two day program for example and and and other events so stay tuned I'm gonna give you some more information on that I tell you how you can really take advantage of that offer later later in the show and we give you the number here in the studio pardon me the number here is eight five five four nine seven four three three five if you've got any questions on this topic or anything related to real estate you can give me a call at eight five

Rekindling Cultural Burning

Think: Sustainability

10:00 min | 4 years ago

Rekindling Cultural Burning

"Naturally actually occurring processed in a string through a lightning strikes on principally but also I can occur so other races. He's Oliver Costello is a bundling man and founding director of the five six aligns indigenous cooperation what he's describing is a cultural burn a traditional channel method of environmental management which has been carried out by aboriginal people across Australia thousands of years though people sort of learn so on manage for a really positive why the raw and how interact with different plants animals and landscapes in some ways cultural burning is similar to hazard reduction Burns wins it reduces fuel Lord and hopefully prevents more intense and damaging fire down the track but there are significant differences. OJ were used to turn to clean up country and you'd have a feud action outcome but it wasn't principally. Wa doing now doing it because I had a responsibility to look after the health that lane I wouldn't be out of because people in one context I really survival is traditional. Bush race authors nine Houghton gathered us of all over there have to UN's out of the Bush to survive outside of the United Morton and writings on those relationships of China China and so you know I guess nineteen is which is now back to the opium did but understanding valuation ships the ladies. Fis Ben Loa slower and often set more frequently means. They have a different effect on the landscapes in the hot intensfies used by local agencies. You can get applies to the fall out. You can get around the fire. You can move through the far more win at school and moving slightly it also means that plants and animals animals are more resilient you the plant particularly canopy while Principles Full Canopy Frost Kate the far out of the Kennedy because the canopy cited food for the animals you know the animals can insects and stuff can crawl up the trees in house can can climb up up into the canopy and get out of the intensity of this Mike and the idea. Is that a lot of teams aside painting on on five day regeneration. You know whether it's sort of like compete like pruning back in I think the grass and shrubs and stuff sometimes I just need a bit of a growing recognition of the benefits of cultural burning and government agencies as have shown support for the practice to varying degrees but they're a huge barriers to widespread cultural bunning that have been in place since colonisation. I'm Kaitlin McHugh. This is think sustainability. A common description of cultural burns is a fire trickling through the landscape like water gentle revitalizing certainly not dangerous. That's a world away from merced people's experiences of fire in Australia through the accurate hazy nuisance of Hazard Reduction Burns blowing in from the Bush all the seasonal Tara of Bush fires. It's been another relentless definers and the emergency is far from a with the number of increasing around the state dramatic afternoon here emergency headquarters eight thousand people in entire township had urgently being asked to leave to leave calmly to pick up their kids literally from school jump in the car. Ah Don't go home. Any residents still in those areas are being urged to an accident bushfire survival plan those who've left are wont it is too dangerous to return It's the way we have come to fear fire and I've just been down to the mountain. Ash Forest forest burned outside Melbourne. This is Jacqueline girth a professor at the University of Technology Sydney School of design. She's worked with fuss sticks to communicate Kate. The importance of cultural burning government institutions and other stakeholders and in the process discovered a deeply ingrained fear of fire in Australian culture. I went there last year and I saw what had happened. There and those the mountain ash those trees that were hundreds of years old have you just been destroyed by that fire and the response around that has been to close off the area like a crime sane. It's an and attitude that traces its roots to the first moments of colonization says Oliva on Salas Fan FA threatening they pay you know using for very commonly used I used to mine and then they will say used for warfare and for hunting and stuff like that and so there's been a fear four in first contact. That's in that flight three tonight because you say that she's impacts of waffles. phya according to official institutions is something to be tightly controlled restricted to the domain of highly qualified government endorsed experts. The wide agencies a little bit frameworks. You have to offer even beyond Afar so if you I wanNA become in the rural service throw it. If you want to become a member you've gone up. You're going to be accepted. Then you go and do training. I'd run the training couple Tom onto you and you get some experience and also full even let you on a fire seemingly your national parks and forestry and all and all the way management agencies. Aziz employees and then you go to be dual the training then you've also got to do fitness requirements to be out of a four in. Ucla files on through the agency frameworks has been quite honest what this bureaucratic approach ignores is a long and shameful history of Australian government's attempts to eradicate Aboriginal Cultural Practices Oliva points out that apart from being an effective tool in improving the health of the landscape rape burning is a cultural practice and its suppression is a continuing example of colonialism are you. I was GONNA paypal actually have wrought to do onto ninety total. you know total hall whether it's been recognized bottom the crown or not if I if I have culture connection saw in nineteen cultural practicing law actually brought to size being able to do that. I need to be out to get around. Cancel these processes that restrict them from doing it because otherwise practicing alone culture apart from depriving aboriginal people of the cultural practice the often unbending rules around when how and web burning can be carried out mean burns on always done as efficiently as they could be. You know we've we've gotta behind by five. We can't be at night banning when sometimes the best time to be banning his in the later afternoon and evening because it cools that five down on slows it down this is Peter Murray Stanley a researcher at James Cook University whose work focuses on cultural burning in north Queensland. It sometimes means that those windows where it's the perfect timing to putting a fire get missed because of you know the resources required the paperwork work required to actually sort of implement I hazard reduction Ben or conservation burn prescribed Burns carried out according to a strict timetable will this block of land at this time in this manner cultural burning on the other hand response to cues in the environment which tell practitioners when it's safe breath and desirable to burn this responsiveness means cultural burning can adapt to the changing conditions brought about by heating planet indigenous. These people have lived through a number of different major climate shifts and you know more and more oculus goal waxed on anthropological work you know strayer is learning about that continuity of connection being on country and being able to read those signs in those changes ages is probably more important now under the pressures that you know climate change is bringing but reading countries really critically okay the Kay and so you know as climate changes indicators shift and they may come more than once a year but when you look the landscape it's telling you that it's ready for burning the Kula gentle fi used cultural burning also means that overtime ecosystems become more diverse. Peter Murray saw this firsthand in her research over several years she documented burning carried out by Kutai Elba's duct Tommy George and Dr George George Moose grave so we had you know instead of one species of grass in the undisturbed. We had four different species of grass in the story. We didn't have background between all six tusks were interconnected and that was connectivity between them. Tulsa clumps of grass like you might see dotted around the ground on a Bush walk and then that allowed loud sort of the right environment for the Forbes and leg games and flowers and things like that to grow back through those systems the changes pay to Murray. We documented in homework want immediate. She says it took around five years for the ecosystem to reset itself and to an outside observer might not have been incredibly doubly dramatic but diversity has knock-on effects for the entire ecosystem it is major in terms of species diversity and then obviously what relies lies on die species as well that coming to that system that I'm perhaps once we just had moved on and found other places in the landscape

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Building A Better Mosquito Trap — One Scientist Thinks He's Done It

Marketplace

03:26 min | 5 years ago

Building A Better Mosquito Trap — One Scientist Thinks He's Done It

"A scientific experiment is going on that could bring people who love backyard barbecues. Some joy, scientists think they've found a simple way to control mosquitoes. The approach involves two things a decidedly low tech mosquito track and getting to know your neighbors NPR's Joe palca reports the front back and side yards surrounding kit. Gauges suburban home just outside. Washington. DC can rightly be called lush. There are chameleons ferns rhododendrons and lots more. There are also three mosquito traps called gets one is hiding underneath their familia. Get stands for gravity a dis trap eighties refers to the Asian tiger mosquito. The trap is designed to catch the agent tiger is a real pest it fights aggressively night and day as we walked through the backyard gauge tips over a barrel to drain a pool of water that is formed on top. So wait a minute. Why did you do student water collects on this? Composter and remove it. Every time it rings eighties mosquitoes like to lay their eggs in standing water any puddle will do so removing puddles is key to controlling the mosquito. There's another trap at the back of the yard runs over here. Under the big beach. So do you have to do anything with these? I mean, it just looks like a bucket with a plastic bucket inverted into it. And then another plastic bucket in the top of that three plastic buckets, the top and bottom buckets are black. There's a hole in the top bucket where the mosquitoes can fly in the bottom bucket contains water with some rotting grass floating in it. The middle bucket has a net to trap any mosquitoes that hatch and the water simple. But Scott, Richie says there are several reasons why it's affected most mosquitoes or nightly attracted to black Richie invented these traps. He's at James, Cook university in Australia. Now, it's female mosquitoes that do the biting and once they're stuffed with your blood. They're ready. They eager to lay eggs. So we've got the blackness that helps bring to the trap. And then we've got this stagnant water that helps bring him actually inside the trap where they can't escape. And so. So if you trap out enough of the egg-laying mosquitoes than there aren't going to be eggs in wild. And so the population will crash, that's the theory anyway, mosquito researcher Dina fund Seca from Rutgers university's aiming to see if it works in practice. Let's look what we've done we've done one three or four and six on Seca and her son Andrei are checking the yards in kick gauges neighborhood to see if the mosquito population is really declining many of the residents here have the GATT traps and are trying to eliminate puddles of water. I don't fly very far so visit if you have most of your neighbors employing this approach and aware of what they need to do to control this mosquito. But it does require you're talking to the neighbors. Talking to the neighbors is something kit. Gauges good at and she gets the concept. It's not enough that I have three traps in my yard. I have to make sure that Lisa next door and Bobby on the other side and Tricia across the street that they have perhaps to it's going to take a while to get the scientific data that show the traps are working anecdotally kit gauge says this year, she's getting far fewer bytes than last

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Researchers say they're closing in on Captain Cook's ship

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:18 min | 5 years ago

Researchers say they're closing in on Captain Cook's ship

"Say they've identified a site off the coast of Rhode Island near Newport, where they think the ship that eighteenth century explorer, captain James, Cook us to sail around the world may be located. They described the site as promising but say, it will take a lot more work and money to identify the ship cook ran aground Australia's Great barrier. Reef during a voyage to the South Pacific nearly two hundred fifty years ago. He used his ship the endeavour to claim Australia for the British during his historic voyage. Would imagine what that was like back then. Oh, I can't minimal navigation skills. Australia. Ship winds up maybe off the coast the Rhode

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General Kofi Annan, Ghana and Daniel DiNardo discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 5 years ago

General Kofi Annan, Ghana and Daniel DiNardo discussed on BBC World Service

"Then Russian protest group pussy riot says one of its members Puertas love is in a critical condition in hospital in Moscow, they fear. He may have been poisoned. He said to a fallen ill after a court hearing on Tuesday and started losing his sight speech and ability to walk. He was one of three pussy riot activists detained for invading the pitch during the World Cup. Finally in Moscow in

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Rapper Mac Miller has died at age 26

BBC World Service

01:04 min | 5 years ago

Rapper Mac Miller has died at age 26

"In recent years, his music documented struggles with substance abuse and depression now, the American rapper MAC Miller has been found dead at his home near Los Angeles reports say the twenty six year old died from an apparent overdose. He had recently released an album and was Jesus go onto next month, Los Angeles correspondent James Cook reports. Mike Miller was born as Malcolm McCormick. In Pennsylvania, releasing his first mix tape at the age of just fifteen his debut album topped the US charts twenty eleven and reality. Tv cameras followed his move west to LA assists. Career took off Miller went on to collaborate with Kendrick Lamar ferrall Williams and with his girlfriend for two years, Ariana GRANDE. She later spoke publicly about ending what she called a toxic relationship tainted by substance abuse. Mac Miller struggles for sobriety were parent in the pain clinics and franchise delivery on his dark final album swimming. He was found dead at home shortly after posting a video of a turntable playing the strains of his song. So it

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Ecuador, Venezuela and BBC discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 5 years ago

Ecuador, Venezuela and BBC discussed on BBC World Service

"Border controls coming into force in Peru to limit the influx of migrants fleeing the economic crisis in Venezuela similar restrictions, were introduced in Ecuador last week but they've been overturned by a court Katie Watson has. More? Details in the past few days Ecuador's laid on dozens of buses to move Venezuelans through the country. Trying to get as many as possible to the Peruvian border before the new restrictions come in it's been referred to as a humanitarian Cardo but there's another motivation. To it's not an Ecuador's interests have thousands of Venezuelans stranded in the country with nowhere to, go and, as judge's ruling on does Ecuador's efforts. To, stem the flow of people coming through the economic situation is worse Listening and more and more. People are leaving Venezuela every day and what's being referred to as Latin America's worst migrant crisis in its history

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Jurors give $289 million to a man they say got cancer from Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller

Today

01:56 min | 5 years ago

Jurors give $289 million to a man they say got cancer from Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller

"A jury in California has ordered the agrochemical. Firm on Santo to pay two hundred fifty million dollars nearly two hundred million pounds in damages to a. Former school groundskeeper who claims that his, cancer was caused by its weed Killers Monsanto which is owned. By the German pharmaceutical company buyer, faces five, thousand similar, cases it insists products, containing phosphate a safe our correspondent James Cook reports from, Los Angeles Dwayne. Johnson applied Monsanto's roundup and ranger pro have assigns up to thirty times, a year now forty six years old and dying of non Hodgkin's lymphoma he held his. Head in his hands after the judge. Related the jury's verdict glide did present. A substantial danger Monsanto had been negligent in failing to warn users antidote acted with malice sorta pression mister Johnson said he hoped the fight it would bolster thousands of similar cases his lawyer said the company had, acted with reckless disregard for human life. But when Santo which is owned by the German conglomerate buyer says it will appeal insisting its products are vital effective and safe tools for farmers worldwide the science is not certain in two thousand fifteen the World Health Organization Classified life is, eight as probably carcinogenic but both. The US and the EU supported by the UK. Have since reapproved its, usage vice, president of Monsanto, Scott Partridge told us. She had to recent Pathy for mister. Johnson but glyphosate did not cause cancer and its use was approved around. The world this verdict it doesn't change the four plus decades of, of safe use and science behind the product there have been over eight hundred medical. Scientific peer review published studies that establish there is. No link whatsoever between And any adverse health effects much less

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Afghan VP Dostum to return after more than a year in exile

BBC World Service

02:09 min | 5 years ago

Afghan VP Dostum to return after more than a year in exile

"His car during pursuit, and exchanging fire with offices a woman was shot dead inside the shop. Before he surrendered about. Forty hostages have been freed James Cook, was at the scene police say the suspect shot his grandmother and girlfriend in central Los Angeles before grabbing the, young woman and fleeing officers spotted his car near Hollywood and gave chase the suspect fighting at them as. They drove across the city he trashed. In, the silver lake area again exchanging fire with police as he ran into. A branch of the supermarket Joe's shoppers and staff fled in panic some jumping from windows others climbing down a ladder helicopter. News footage showed two children being carried. To, safety by heavily armed officers James Cook reporting world news from the BBC The vice president. Of Afghanistan General Abdul Rashid Dostam is due. To return to the country today to resume his duties more, than a year after he left following accusations of, involvement in the kidnap and rape of a political rival the influential former warlord has always denied wrongdoing his return follows violent protests in northern Afghanistan by his supporters angered by the arrest of a powerful police commander an ally of general Dostam the French president Emmanuel. Macron is under growing. Pressure, to explain what he knew about a presidential aide who was caught on camera beating up a protester, imperious in may the security, aide Alexander Bonilla was. Sacked by the presidency on Friday the left wing leader Jean Luke mental shown. Accused the president of organizing a private militia A woman who lost nine members of her family in a tourist boat accident on a lake in the United States but herself survived has been describing the. Disaster Tia Coleman said. Passengers, were told they would not need life jackets while on board The. Captain is as something about life jackets he said above you are your life jackets There's three sizes. He's dead on the show. You where the where they are but you, won't need them so no need to worry So we, didn't grapple.

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Mob lynches Muslim man over cow smuggling charges in India

BBC World Service

02:24 min | 5 years ago

Mob lynches Muslim man over cow smuggling charges in India

"In the state of, Missouri have, asked witnesses to send in their videos and they're questioning why passengers appear not to use their life jackets James, Cook reports diverse and other rescue workers have now recovered. All seventeen bodies from the lake where the duck boat was struck by an intense thunderstorm videos posted online show the craft slowly being driven back by the wind and swamped by waves before it capsized and sank, police say a one year old baby is among the dead. All the Missouri governor's office told the BBC that nine of the seventeen victims were, from one family and the two other members of that family had survived investigators have appealed for witnesses to send in their videos and we'll also examined why the duck boats on the. Water when a weather warning had been issued police in the, northern Indian state of Registan say mall has killed a, Muslim man on suspicion of smuggling cows and the latest String of similar attacks cattle revered by Hindus and killing them is a legal in several, Indian states reports said the deceased man and a colleague were. Transporting cows when they were attacked in recent years they've been a series of attacks, on Muslim cattle traders and lower costs phthalates for whom beef is a staple food The authorities in Japan are urging people to taper cautions as a severe heatwave continues across much of the country more than. Thirty people are reported to have died over the, past two weeks thousands. Of others has sought hospital treatment BBC news Hello I'm Caroline. What I'm welcome back to the world, this week Donald Trump's turbulent tour of Europe ended in Helsinki and. In utter confusion at a news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin the US, leader appeared to suggest that in contrast with his own intelligence agencies, he believed Mr Putin had not interfered in the last US election. The election that Mr. Trump won on his arrival back home though Mr. Trump claimed misspoken forgotten to insert the word not later he announced he. Didn't. Fight it Mr? Putin to visit the US later this year America's, director of national intelligence Dan coat was among those to be taken. By surprise because he was told that the president's. Plans while. At a conference we have some breaking news the White House has announced on Twitter That Vladimir Putin is coming, to the White House in the fall.

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Mr Sharif, Charlie Raleigh and West England discussed on A Public Affair

A Public Affair

02:40 min | 5 years ago

Mr Sharif, Charlie Raleigh and West England discussed on A Public Affair

"Minister theresa may just hours after taped excerpts of an interview published in which he said brexit plans would probably kill any trade deal with the us speaking at the news conference after talks with mrs may the president said the article amounted to fake news james cook reports donald trump held theresa may's does the two leaders walked out to face the cameras and that set the tone the president lavished praise on the prime minister it was a dramatic change of tune just hours after he had lung blasted her approach breaks it and called the uk a country in turmoil now mr trump insisted mrs maes approach to leaving the eu was okay with him just make sure we can trade together he said we will replied mrs may but does the news conference continued it became clear that difficulties and disagreements remained on the substance of any trade deal and on immigration which mr trump said was damaging the culture of europe on which mrs may defended as having been good for the uk a suicide bomb attack targeting an election rally in pakistan tom has killed at least eighty five people officials said dozens were injured in the blast in the southwestern baluchistan province the islamic state group said it carried out the attack with more details his south asia editor ambrose on theologian the bombing was the biggest attack in pakistan in the past year and third incident of electionrelated violence this week earlier a bomb killed four people in the northern town of bundu striking the campaign convoy another politician two days ago the pakistani taliban said it carried out a suicide bombing at a political rally in the city of passover which killed twenty people the former prime minister of pakistan sharieff has been arrested after returning to the country where he faces a ten year jail term for corruption he flew into the city of lahore where hundreds of his supporters say they were detained to stop them from demonstrating earlier speaking to the bbc during a stopover at abu dhabi airport mr sharif said forthcoming elections in pakistan lacked credibility mr sharif's daughter maryam who was traveling with him has also been rested british police believe they have identified the source of the nerve agent which poisoned to people one of them fatally in south west england last month they say scientists who confirmed that a small bottle found in the home of one of the victims charlie raleigh contained nova chuck gordon carreira reports it is still not yet clear where mr rowley and dune sturgis found the bottle but they are believed to have handled it which led to their contamination and to dorm sturgis his death on sunday evening johnny where he has been recovering and is now in a serious but stable condition although the latest find is not to have come from information provided by him the discovery of the.

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Australian experiment wipes out over 80 percent of disease-carrying mosquitoes

Houston's Morning News

02:08 min | 5 years ago

Australian experiment wipes out over 80 percent of disease-carrying mosquitoes

"On the tens who mosquitoes i on like five thirty nine here on news radio seven forty ktar h there's an experiment going on in australia that is having quite a bit of success in might have global implications on a radicati muskie's diseasecarrying mosquitoes australian scientists have successfully wiped out more than eighty percent of disease carrying mosquitoes and trial locations there are several organizations including james cook university they of targeted a particular type of squitoes which spreads dengue fever in zico virus laboratories they bred almost twenty million mosquitoes infected the males with bacteria that made them sterile then release them three million of them in three different towns the sterile males mate with the females they don't have any offspring and it is wiped out eighty percent of the disease carrying population in other words birth control for mosquitoes how about that i think it's amazing that is amazing that might be the answer everybody's worried about all these diseases being spread and we certainly tested positive around the houston dengue fever in zeka know i don't know what type of mosquito is peculiar is one that's always been so bad here so maybe maybe the same kind of thing can be incorporated here five forty one now traffic and weather let's get you up to date on the drive the hardiness laced on that what's the story this early our julie well i do have a car that broke down on the right side of the hov lane and that's on the inbound side of forty five north freeway and it's right as you're passing cross timbers so it's more of a hazard than anything it's not causing a huge delay but folks are being cautious passing by now if you're trying to travel the inbound side of the main lines check in with houston tran star and according to them from one thousand nine hundred sixty into downtown it's about a seventeen minute trip so that's not bad the katy freeway it's pretty normal for this time of day twenty five minutes from the grand parkway all the way into the city and if you're trying to travel to ninety right now on your coming in from.

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Disney, President and Abc discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 5 years ago

Disney, President and Abc discussed on Global News Podcast

"Owner disney the roseanne reboot was praised by the president and watched by an average of eighteen million viewers per episode a second series was to have been the centerpiece of abc's awesome shedule with that plan on rozan bars career in ruins the comedian tried to blame a popular sleep medication saying she had been ambien tweeting at two am in reply the drug's manufacturer said son donald cly racism is not a known side effect of our medication james cook the world's first artificial corneas manufactured using a three d printer have been developed by scientists at newcastle university in the north of england biological materials could be turned into a cornea in just ten minutes our health correspondent james gallagher tells us more the cornea is the transparent outer layer of the eye but it can be damaged by disease and result in blindness the hope of this research is an unlimited supply of corneas for transplant the team in newcastle have created a biological inc it's made of the living cells normally found in the cornea and the gel to hold them in place it's a scientific version of fruit suspended in jelly the jails made from collagen which is found in your skin and a seaweed protein called alginate don't just scan the patient's i and then printed layer by layer a new konia there was the right size and shape how did this is a feat of technical wizardry not a new treatment the prince konia has not been tested people and questions about safety endure bility have not been answered but the study is the latest window onto a potential new field of medicine printing replacement body parts the world's largest known freshwater pearl which once belonged to catherine the great is going on sale in the netherlands the parole is renowned for its irregular shape and remarkable three hundred year history during which it changed hands between colonial merchants noble jewelers and european.

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Top-level UN team arrives in Myanmar for Rohingya probe

BBC World Service

01:12 min | 5 years ago

Top-level UN team arrives in Myanmar for Rohingya probe

"Impressive but she lacked a command of the detail which predescessor had mastered and it proved to be her undoing hundreds of central american migrants who've traveled to the us border through mexico have been prevented from entering the united states the migrant convoy assisted by a pressure group has attracted huge publicity in the us from san diego on the us side of the border here's james cook on a breezy sunday afternoon some two hundred migrants including dozens of children made the final walk to the border where they're presenting themselves to the american authorities asking for asylum from violence and persecution in guatemala honduras and el salvador after waiting at the frontier for several hours caravan organizers said the united states was refusing to process any asylum claims american officials said their facilities had reached capacity even if the migrants make it through they're likely to face many months in detention while their cases are considered by the courts united nations officials investigating the hinge refugee crisis traveling to myanmar to meet its leader aung san suu they're hoping to secure guarantees to allow hingis who fled the country to return home safely nick peak is in young the fact that security council coming here suggests that they are concerned about the implications of the ranger crisis on the security of the region in the future for the diplomats who meet on san succi and the head of the burmese military were they've got a delicate path to take because in the short term they want to try guarantee that any ranjha families who do return from bangladesh are given security here are given some sort of sheri about their safety citizenship and also crucially there's some sort of guarantee that in the future they will not face persecution at least twenty one people have been killed in two explosions in the afghan capital kabul both occurred in the region of the city which houses the defense ministry intelligence service and nato compound the first attack was carried out by a suicide bomber on a motorbike it's not clear who carried out the second attack which hit people who'd gathered around the site.

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Japan objects to Korean summit dessert

02:35 min | 5 years ago

Japan objects to Korean summit dessert

"Blaze video posted on twitter by the disaster mitigation agency shows flames towering over houses bbc news you'll throw it is in the philippines of ordered a seventy one year old australian none to leave the country within thirty days for alleged involvement in a legal political activities sister patricia fox is accused of breaking the terms of missionary visa by taking part in political rallies in mindanao she denies any wrongdoing the republican candidate has won a special congressional poll in the us state of arizona which is being seen as a test of president trump's popularity ahead of midterm elections in november analysts say the result suggests november landslide for the democratic party on north america correspondent james cook reports this should have been the ease easiest of wins for the republican party the district which sprawls out into the graying conservative suburbs of phoenix voted for donald trump by twenty one percentage points in twenty sixteen when the incumbent congressman resigned in a sex scandal the party poured money into the race the president was roped in to provide support by telephone and twitter and yet debbie lesko could only manage a winning margin of around five points the train from red to blue is in line with other recent elections president trump is agreed to work with his french counterpart emmanuel macron on a new deal to contain iran it would aim to curb iran's military power and regional ambitions as well as its nuclear program in announcement followed talks at the white house on the second day of a state visit by mr macron japan has what it's calling a strong protests ahead of an important summit between the leaders of north and south korea over the serving of a mango moose the offending dessert is on the menu friday's meeting between south korea's president moon jae in and the north korean leader kim jong un japan has objected because the swedes incorporates a map of the korean peninsula showing islands that are controlled by south korea but claimed by japan bbc news this is harlem in new york city to unexceptional public university not welcome students from immigrant backgrounds from all over the world and helps them into good jobs and positions of leadership this is the bbc world service i'm susan marling and i've come to meet up with general colin powell the inspiration for the school whenever i come up here come up early and meet with some of the.

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