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"jane goodall jane goodall" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"The humans share more than ninety eight percent of the same DNA with chimpanzees. Which is probably why. There's always been a fascination with them to what we know of them is mostly because of one woman whose name has become synonymous with chimps. Jane Goodall Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Today's explorer is one of the world's most famous primatology. She's best known for her decades. Long Research. Wild compansy let's talk about. Jane Goodall Jane Goodall was born Valerie. Jane Morris Goodall Nineteen thirty four in London. Her Father Mortimer was a businessman and her mother. Margaret was a novelist who wrote under the pen name Van Morris Goodall from a young age. Jane was fascinated with animals when she was four. Jane Hid for hours in a hen house. Just to observe how hens lay eggs as an adolescent. Jane Dreamt of life in Africa where she could study and work with animals. She finally did move there as an adult she said upon arrival that it felt like coming home in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. Jane moved to Kenya while there. She met Dr Louis Leakey a famous archaeologist and paleontologist who offer Jana job as a secretary in one thousand nine hundred sixty. Dr Leakey's sent Jane to Gomba Stream National Park in Tanzania.
"jane goodall jane goodall" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Yeah you will get a list of famous people who have a birthday on six. Yeah and it's ranked and the ranking. We don't narrow is insane though. They'RE RAKING HIS DYNAMIC. So depending on the day it sort of like the IMDB star meter. But there's skews younger and like tick tock year but also it's completely unpredictable. Late Day rank. Everyone two three four five six seven all the way down so I try to think of an easy way to do this. It's also very fun and I don't WanNa like multiple choice thing so I'm going to present to you to celebrities and you're gonNa tell me WHO's retire Vice Versa. Dot Com okay. Bye Bye Miss Birthdays. Like trying to guess I mean this is like it's not even like Algebra or calculus. Nothing you can study to to that can prepare you study. You cannot study. Okay Okay Okay. And sometimes it makes sense. Sometimes it doesn't make sense fun regardless digest. These are they're always they're always going to be Couplets but sometimes are going to be triplets and quadruplets. Okay Okay Okay Okay. Okay April third. Who has who has a more famous. Who has a more famous birthday April Third Jane Goodall Jane Goodall or Leona Lewis Leona Lewis? Who has a more famous workday? Jane Goodall or or Paris Jackson Jane Goodall Paris Jackson will reveal the numbers of the rankin. Paris Jackson number seven most famous birthday on April April Third Jane Goodall Number Twenty One. Leona Lewis Number Twenty three. Isn't this game good game but like it's not there's no sense like it's non. No there's no sense okay. He April sixth. Do you know who you share birthday. Yeah I know I do. Who has more famous birthday? Candace cameron beret or Paul Rudd. So Paul Rod no can't Skim Beret. Birthday candace Cameron Beret are taught Christly. I hate this candid camera. Berry Kansas Tan Beret Ding Ding Ding. Candice came in Beret number..
"jane goodall jane goodall" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"So my office actually is not far from the actual room where the founders of National Geographic actually created that initial mandate. And since that time, the organization has morphed and has changed and developed, but at its chorus dove at principle, which trying to help people understand the world around them with supporting and funding explorers and research is doing things that helped with that knowledge and at the same time, we're now giving consumers an opportunity to really understand some of the important things happening, whether it'd be climate change, whether it be the risks to Barda Vesti in the. Ocean's one of the biggest his right now is around plastics, for example, so severely interesting combination of storytelling and supporting research, but also trying to drive people to take action to protect the planet supporting in funding explorers. Can you go into a little bit? That's that's interesting that I'd never actually thought of I think of National Geographic as a publication, you guys go out there, and you get stories and soon that you have journalists, but what isn't explorer, how do you fund explore in? How do they actually be pitch? You and saying, hey, I'm going to go to this. Give me money. Yeah. That whole process. Yeah. It's a great question. Because in some respects a lot of what we do really comes together with the explorers. This two parts of National Geographic as what we call National Geographic Society, and that purely looks after the explorers, and then there's National Geographic partners, which is the meteoroid the has the magazine TV channel on digital channels. So we just focus on National Geographic Society to start with. There's a team of people that have a real passion. What about the power of science to drive change in society, and they invite people around the world, and it's truly global audience. You can be a researcher in sub Saharan Africa. Will you can be in Europe? It doesn't matter and year. There is a process where you can apply for grant through the National Geographic Society program, and you then have an opportunity to present your idea. And if it's an idea that lines up with the objectives and the priorities for National Geographic. You can be funded to move on say as a great example, one of our fellows is a lady called the cold way. She's a leading rain biologist, and she's doing a lot of work looking at how plastics in the oceans are actually changing the physiology of fish. So she's looking at how Nanno plastics and being absorbed into the physiology of fish, and that's important because the truth as we know this plastics in the ocean. We also need to understand what is it doing to us human beings eating that fish? So they're this'll things that we support who are some famous historical fellows. Yeah. Great question. I think that. There are some really interesting characters in the National Geographic post overseas custodian the work that he did in terms of helping people to understand the oceans Ballard who discovered the Titanic was a National Geographic his well. But I guess the one that I have the most connection to emotionally would be Jane Goodall Jane Goodall with the groundbreaking that she did around chimpanzees. And she was the first human to really study them and understand what they're about. I still get goosebumps. Just watching the videos of her early days actually interesting because as I was going to ask if Jane Goodall was a fellow. She was and your there's a great film, call Jane, which is just about how life that we release lost year, which has been really critically acclaimed. And what's interesting about that is that the film was made based on material that an intern found in on National Geographic, all kinds of Washington DC. So these kind of lost archives? They got that footage put it together. And we made an incredible film which. Just Catholics life from starting out as a young woman going to go away in Africa bar herself living in the jungle observing chimpanzees through two now being one of the world's leading experts in primates. Wow..
"jane goodall jane goodall" Discussed on X96
"But you're married woman. Louis must know that. Well, it says right on my Facebook page. I'm Mary Noah's Scibelli now. Maybe it's just this. Maybe this is two separate thoughts. Maybe Lewis is saying I like you, and I would like to be your friend, and and also not you. But I am looking for love. And he thinks I'm a matchmaker or that. Yeah. Oh, I could do that. Yeah. Right back. And allende. How do you? A equivalent to begin to. Yes. It's everybody's been. That's right. Well, I thought my beauty had faded. You make me feel good voluptuous. I know how Dolly Parton fails. Okay. Denton today. Today, Dayton is unlike any time before I found out it's damned hard and talking to people who are gay and since it's Valentine's in the month of romance. And people do day I've come together with some. Gay and straight tents that would work for everybody here. They will give you some Dayton success. Now, I have been reading and researching just like I always do for coming here on the show between this and my weekly release society lesson. I guess you could care compare me to a Marmon version of Mildred castle house. Jane, Goodall, Jane Goodall. Studied the trimmers. She's primatology. And you know, what millage address house was carbon science research. Okay. What are the top two people? Okay. Here we go base on social exchange theory Bill. Yes, you might be asking what is social exchange there? What is social exchange for social exchange theory is a social psychological and sociological perspective that explains social change and sustainability as a process of negotiated exchanges between parties now, that's a big highfalutin definition. But the parties they're talking about are you and another person relations about hooking up. Yeah. All right. Here's some journal advice. Like, I said I figured it out for everybody number one figure out what you want and I'll start with you sound people do clumsily step right over this very important tip. They wrapped up in finding love or placing. There's they forget to figure out what they want out of the Dell. Good point. It's kind like negotiating a contract. There is love and Dayton has become are like that in this day and age number to decide what you will give in return. There is no such thing as getting something for nothing dating and relationships are no exception. So what are you planning to bring to the exchange? Be honest and don't undersell oversell yourself. Number three. Check your expectations. Take a good look at what you want versus what you're willing to give. Does that match up? Is it a realistic, Drake? Israel, is it unrealistic to expect to buy a matching with pocket change? How foolish to spend a million dollars on a shack. Also now number far. No, you're dating market what they quote unquote want is weren't to take into consideration. What's your potential partners might want? You know, what you want? So search for people who match that. And find out what they now. Now, where would you find them? Starts. In my case or just in a in gem. You can't say the internet has. No, I mean, it like if you have hobbies like you like to ski, you're probably gonna meet somebody. I would go to the meetings of the beekeepers the baking you're looking for. Yeah. Apiarists apiarists goes, those are my kind of people the beekeepers Capers AB so important it is. Yes, I'd go to a comic con type thing yet. You you're getting you're going to meet other people who have similar interests cobblers, cobblers koffler. Always wanted curious. I'm curious. Always say about those markets who have ten kids in church. The cobbler's children have no shit. Hang that ball and baby out. Okay. Number five assess your options once you know, you're Dayton market. You can see who might be interested in an exchanging buying the partners that fit what you want quality qualify and assess them then see whether you are willing to give matches with their wants to negotiate a little and see what works is it. Good fit. Kenya? Strike Adele, and the last one number six picking option or reassess your plan if you find a good deal run with it. Specially when the relationship is fair satisfying and the best alternative for both yield and them. However, if you don't like your options after awhile, then it's time to rethink the steps above they're making decide if you were a little unrealistic, and you need to give a little more to get what you're really sounds very healthy healthy, it's very analytical and logical. I found. Not old-fashioned at all you need to start thinking these things through a little bit little bit more. I'm trying to think what I what I had to offer. Boobs. Not saying that. Assets. I had hey, I ask you out when you didn't have boobs. And I love you forever for doing it. She turned me down. He asked me, and I never noticed one way or the other. This brings me to my last question. How did you three now? And you don't all have to answer anybody who wants to or all three. How did you not with time to stop dating and just get married when it was time to have a baby? Really? We have a lot of them in Spanish barking, especially in pay said. Well, I mean, I I don't mean when it was decided, okay? Let's have a child. Well, maybe we should get married if we're going to do that. Oh, okay, lesson you've been dating for a while a shot. No good. Carey when your wife, you you talk about the lovingly. I know you just love her because I listen every data the kind things you say a better Gina talks about her life. She's an angel. When did you decide? Well, actually, she decided that we should we should get married. She asked me. Oh, yeah. I was I was in Paris. How I was in Paris on a business trip with me with with Belgium. And I remember I came down to breakfast. And I said, I guess I'm getting married. She just asked me on the phone on my first with my first marriage. It was strictly about sex. Okay. So she asked you on the phone. Yes. Yes. Me phone did. She was kind of an ultimatum or no it was like, no I've been thinking about it. And we should get married when okay because we were living together at the time. Well, okay. Jane, who what about you very last well up show, we only dated for three months before we got engaged because sometimes you just know, you know, didn't. Yes. I can tell by the things you say about your husband. He is a total game. Yes. I wanted my hooks in him as soon as possible for you. And bill. I've met your lovely wife. She's Jesus the divine. Yes, she is. All right..
"jane goodall jane goodall" Discussed on X96
"X ninety six. Well, here she is a vision of white shoulders. Loveliness diamonds diamonds, there's white shoulders to though, but that's not what she wears white shoulders is a terrible name for anything. That's dandruff. But there is a perfume called white terrible. Name white diamonds. Cats me and white shelter. Show you don't wear sleeveless stuff. Yeah. You gotta wear the t shirt under. Yeah. So sister Dottie s Dixon from the from Utah county. She's here and Spanish fort fourth ward. And she is the she's the doyen of a wolf Paulo. Right. The grand down the grand down the ground Grahn. Don. The head of the coldest sac down at the bottom line. Circle. I told the lot when we got married. I said I want to be at the top of the cul de sac to see everybody's visited keep an eye on every Kravets. So what are we talking about today? We're talking about that man outside the window. Jane look at that knee onboard guy. Well, he's wearing camouflage. I thought it was done Dixon. Delivering me some rouser something be romantic coming up in a cherry picker. Was a guy working on our Siamese from your young electric collar on a cherry picker looks like Don with the. Always had little hitter. Don, do nice things for you for Valentine is the nicest, I really was the luckiest gallon, Allah Spanish park, Don was shy. When he was young. Of course, I was miss Spanish fork and misfield S today's rodeo quaint the same year. That's the only time that has ever. Wow. Would be very difficult to approach you. Not even Suzanne. Oh. Oh, no. She married into the Osman's Allen Osman. The not had the knock Ed one. That one that holds those rally separate the capital talk online and those Pentagon Spanish for. Yeah. We Dixon's kept our own. Okay. How y'all been good back still Helen, I'm Helen fine. And I'm still hooked up to the wound pump the wound vac coming here. Every time. I look for that little. Sometimes you don't have to look for. You can just hear it. There. You warned me that day when it's gone sugar. Okay. I'm going to put you on that. I can do that Jana. I love bait. Gina you like that. I listen to it. Every time you're on. Don, we watch jeopardy one and two, and then we watch who wants to be a millionaire. We think you should go on there. Oh, we think could win. I would like that. Would you be my phone, a friend? Could I call you recipe question Google that Donnie on Google? Oh, and these politics. They're driving me crazy. New Hampshire thing today. I want you to Google foam parties Rubio Marco Rubio. Really this younger. Gay days. All right. The happy Chishti in a lovely split piece. It sky. Oh, yeah. February is a month of romance. And I just couldn't resist. There's been so many weddings divorces lately who got to talking to people in January. I felt like Tammy Wynette. They are saying. Is happening. Yeah. You remember that song? Tammy Carey was one of my father's favorites. Tammy wynette. Oh, he and I are a lot alike. But if I were beginning to have a little quandary, I need your help with K. Remember, those letters I used to get from prisoners. Richard bringing me. Remember that reality? He's nodding. Well, I got this on my sister Dottie s Dixon Facebook page, and since it's about romance, and this skirt the hail right outta me. And before we go into my tips. I wanted to get some advice from the three of you this said, Hello, Johnny. You're a beauty and you have nice lips. I love your profile picture and time line. Hello. And how are you doing? I was checking my profile, and I saw your profile. I was carried away with your profile picks match, by the way. How is your work in the family? This is Lewis and the pitcher there on your profile of you should cherish and spot. Glenn cherish -able in cherish, your bulletin sparkling hope you'll be good in reading my messages and enjoy them. Thanks. I would love to be your friend. I am looking for love and a serious relationship. But you're married woman. Louis must know that. Well, it says right on my Facebook page, I'm Mary Lewis Bali now. Maybe it's just this. Maybe this is two separate thoughts. Maybe Lewis's saying I like you, and I would like to be your friend, and and also not you. But I am looking for love and make. He thinks I'm a matchmaker or that. Yeah. Oh, I could do that. Yeah. Janta? And again. Why a German equivalent of the? Yes. That's right. Well, I thought my beauty and faded. You make me feel good voluptuous. I know how Dolly Parton, Phil. Okay. Didn't today. Today Dayton is. Unlike any time before I found out it's damn hard and talking to people who are dating and since it's Valentine's in the month of romance. And people do day, I've come together with some gay and straight tips that would work for every them. They will give you some Dayton success. Now, I have been reading and researching just like I always do for coming here on the show between this and my weekly release -ociety lesson. I guess you could care compare me to a Mormon version of Mildred Dessel house or Jane Goodall. Jane goodall. Studied the trimmers. She's primatology. You know, what Mildred wrestle house was carbon science research. Okay. What does the top two people? Okay. Here. We go base on social exchange theory Bill. Yes. You might be asking what is social exchange? What is social experience? Social exchange theory is a social psychological and sociological perspective that explains social change and sustainability as a process of negotiated exchanges between parties now, that's a big highfalutin definition. But the parties they're talking about are you and another person in relations about hooking up here. Some journal advice. Figured it out for everybody number one figure out what you want. It all starts with you. Some people do clumsily step right over this very important tip. They guess wrapped up in finding love or placing. There's they forget to figure out what they want out of the jail. 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And in my case or just in general, you can't say the internet has. No, I mean, it like if you have hobbies like you like to ski, you probably gonna meet somebody. The ski where I would go to meetings of beekeepers the baking. Yeah. For. Yeah. Yeah. Apiarists goes, those are my kind of people the beekeepers beekeepers so important it is. Yes, it is. I'd go to a Comecon type thing. Oh, God, you're getting it going to meet other people who had similar interests cobblers cobblers location. Always wanted curious. I'm curious. I always say about those who have ten kids in church, the cobbler's children have no shit. Else but that ball and baby out. Okay. Number five assess your options once you know, your dating market, you can see who might be interested in an exchange. Find the partners that fit what you want quality and qualify assess them, then see whether you are willing to give matches up with their wants to negotiate a little and see what works is it a good fit. Kenya? 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"jane goodall jane goodall" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Whole family that often advises using toys with feathers welcome back to steve dale's pat world we got in the show we'll talk to an expert on chick disease but here's what i'm really excited about baru tei galdikas will be here and you're thinking oh why is he so excited about this person whose name i can barely pronounce it is because she is a legend in primatology it's not the typical topic we talk about most of you don't have a pet primate at home or particularly a great ape like a guerilla any pet gorillas or chimpanzees i hope not they don't make for very good pets or bonobos those are sometimes called pygmy chimpanzees or aranka towns that's the other great apes and that is the great ape which baru galdikas has spent a lifetime studying pretty much everything we know about a tan so when louis leakey and famous archaeologists that goes back to the sixties i want some people to study guerrillas he chose diane fossey and if you saw the movie gorillas in the mist with sigourney weaver she played diane fossey that's what that movie was about or jane goodall jane goodall is now in her early eighties we've had her on this show she is an amazing person in so many different ways and one of those ways is pretty much everything we know about chimpanzees for all those national geographic specials well she's the person we learned chimpanzees at first all about well baru galdikas is the rangan lady and she will be here i am really truly so excited about this she will be here next week the pet health minute.