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Rapper DMX Dies At Age 50 In New York After Suffering Heart Attack

John Batchelor

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Rapper DMX Dies At Age 50 In New York After Suffering Heart Attack

"Continue to pour in for rap icon and Westchester resident DMX. Who died at the age of 50 on Friday. Here's WBC surly Kessler. Hip hop legend DMX born Earl Simmons died in White Plains Hospital after being on life support for a week he'd suffered a massive heart attack, reportedly linked to a drug overdose fan stood vigil outside the hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. DMX was also an actor who starred in multiple movies. He leaves 15 Children.

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Head of Homicide Says Force Used Against George Floyd Was "Uncalled For"

John Batchelor

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

Head of Homicide Says Force Used Against George Floyd Was "Uncalled For"

"Being vaccinated. Trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show, Vin continues today. ABC is how Express is there in court, Former cop Derrick Show. Vin has spent much of the trial so far, taking notes during testimony. Jurors a last week hearing from emotional witnesses, including George Floyd's girlfriend, who Detailed their opioid addiction and testimony from Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman, the most senior officer on the police force and head of homicide who testified What show Vin did goes against everything. Officers have been trained to do, calling the use of force, while Floyd was already

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Prayer Vigil Planned for Stricken Rapper Dmx

John Batchelor

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Prayer Vigil Planned for Stricken Rapper Dmx

"Rap star DMX fights for his life in a white Plains, New York hospital, His family and fans are planning to gather for a vigil outside tonight. The 50 year old whose real name is Earl Simmons, has been hospitalized since Friday after suffering a heart attack. A statement from his family says. He's in a coma and on a ventilator. DMX, his longtime lawyer. Murray Richmond would not confirm reports he suffered a drug overdose. The wrappers been around since the late nineties, when his first studio album, titled It's Dark, and Hell is Hot. Debuted at Number one. Derek Dennis, ABC NEWS New YORK This is ABC News.

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New Jersey COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expands To Include Those 55+

John Batchelor

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

New Jersey COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expands To Include Those 55+

"Expanding vaccine eligibility that happens as it today more groups of folks anybody age 55 older is eligible for a vaccine. But I feel Murphy expecting a huge influx of covert 19 vaccinations either side of eastern, which is on April 4th. I believe the supplies both not just change a bit. Visor and Madonna or going toe. I'm gonna use the word explode. People age 16 and older in New Jersey. We have intellectual or developmental disabilities are also newly eligible. In New York, though

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Prayer Vigil For Rapper DMX Set For Monday Outside White Plains, New York Hospital

John Batchelor

00:17 sec | 6 d ago

Prayer Vigil For Rapper DMX Set For Monday Outside White Plains, New York Hospital

"A prayer vigil is planned outside the suburban New York hospital where rapper DMX rains on life support following a heart attack. The family of the rapper says in an email that the vigil will be held outside the White Plains Hospital at five p.m. Monday. The families has DMX remains in a coma and is on a ventilator as of Sunday evening,

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Box office returns as 'Godzilla vs. Kong' sets pandemic record

John Batchelor

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

Box office returns as 'Godzilla vs. Kong' sets pandemic record

"This is what it took to get people back in the movie houses. We need calm. The world needs a fair looks that way. Godzilla versus Kong blew the roof off the box office pulling enough people back in the theaters to earn a pandemic record 32.2 million bucks domestically Friday through Sunday. 48.5 million total sense. It's Wednesday, opening on an overseas earnings where it's already set a pandemic Earnings record and Godzilla versus Kong's gross the monster size $285 million Worldwide.

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Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer injured, driver killed

John Batchelor

00:53 sec | Last week

Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer injured, driver killed

"Sources say the suspect is dead after he rammed his car into two Capitol police officers as security barricade off the Senate wing of the U. S. Capitol. That suspect shot by officers after he came out of the vehicle with the weapon. The injured officers hospitalized. ABC is Karen Travers says There's still a lot of post January six security on Capitol Hill, which had been set to be relaxed. They're still a significant national guard presidents at the Capitol. It's now about 2200 National Guard troops. It's down from 5000 that were in place up until the middle of March. That was going to the original date when they were going to shift the numbers down this number, though 2200 National Guard are still expected to be there at the Capitol until almost the end of May. Now, a lot of questions about what this might mean for ramping up security. Still a lot of things we don't know, though, about whether this was intentional or whether this was accidental and who this suspect is. Most nearby

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Gunman Knew Victims in California Shooting 'Rampage'

John Batchelor

00:52 sec | Last week

Gunman Knew Victims in California Shooting 'Rampage'

"Police say the alleged shooter in the Orange California business complex shooting knew the victims. Correspondent Clayton Nevil reports that a nine year old boy was among the four people killed. The Orange Police Department says A preliminary motive is believed to be related to a business and personal relationship between the suspect and all of the victims. Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer says the 44 year old suspect began opening fire inside the business complex, horrific Rampage was going on in offices and people were dying or were being shot. Spitzer says One of the women victims was holding the nine year old victim when they were shot. That's how they were found. Police don't believe the shooting to be a random act of violence. The alleged shooter is in police custody.

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Paul Simon Sells Catalog to Sony Music Publishing

John Batchelor

00:22 sec | Last week

Paul Simon Sells Catalog to Sony Music Publishing

"Is cashing in the 79 year old singer songwriter is the latest music icon toe sell his rich catalog of songs. Sony Music Publishing says it it has acquired Simon's catalog, everything from a six decade career from his time with Art Garfunkel to his solo career, not disclosed. What everyone wants to know is selling price. This is

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Rutgers Says Students Must Be Vaccinated to Return to Campus

John Batchelor

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rutgers Says Students Must Be Vaccinated to Return to Campus

"Students who returned to the Rutgers University campuses this fall must be vaccinated. This student agrees with the move. It was just released now in the making it mandatory for the fall could be a problem for some students, but I overall think it would be a good idea. The vaccination rule applies to Rutgers main campuses in New Brunswick New work and Camden. A

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New York City Open Streets Program Is Now Accepting Applications

John Batchelor

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York City Open Streets Program Is Now Accepting Applications

"Is now accepting applications for the Open streets program for this year. Dont Commissioner Hang Gutman says there are not limiting the number of street closures to just vehicles parked. This will be a function of the appetite of the respective communities. If people apply when they are on streets where we can make it work. We're going to do it. Cruz

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Surfer Katherine Diaz Killed by Lightning While Training for Olympics

John Batchelor

00:15 sec | 2 weeks ago

Surfer Katherine Diaz Killed by Lightning While Training for Olympics

"Championships. Surfer and Olympic hopeful from El Salvador was killed by a lightning strike on Friday in El Salvador, while training in the water efforts to revive 22 year old Catherine Diaz were unsuccessful. Surfing is a new sport of the lineup of competition at this year's Tokyo Olympics.

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Not Enough Vaccine Doses In Europe To Stop A 3rd Wave, German Health Minister Says

John Batchelor

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

Not Enough Vaccine Doses In Europe To Stop A 3rd Wave, German Health Minister Says

"Warning from Germany. Germany's health minister warning Europe doesn't have enough vaccine doses to avoid another wave, which he said is being fueled by covert variations This as German Chancellor Angela Merkel reportedly indicated her country may have to return to the lockdown. They just got out. Have a couple weeks ago, the country's public health officials saying cases are rising at a very clearly exponential rate and warned that deaths may soon rise of hospitals are again overwhelmed in ASDA. Liquid Terra ABC

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Cuomo should resign if allegations confirmed: Biden says

John Batchelor

00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

Cuomo should resign if allegations confirmed: Biden says

"Hearing, President Joe Biden says Governor Cuomo should resign if an investigation finds any truth behind allegations of sexual assault statement, made in an exclusive interview with ABC News is George Stephanopoulos. Biden says he thinks Cuomo will also be prosecuted. If the attorney general's report shows he did commit sexual harassment against the number

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Netflix test warns users about password sharing

John Batchelor

00:26 sec | Last month

Netflix test warns users about password sharing

"Fox News Alexis Testing out a way to crack down on people sharing passwords, using pop ups to ask some users to verify their account via email or text with a message that reads. If you don't live with the owner of this account, you need your own account to keep watching. Netflix confirm the test, but did not say how many people were part of the test. Or if it was only in the U. S or elsewhere. Netflix Cause between nine and $18 a month

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CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Gather Privately Without Masks

John Batchelor

00:38 sec | Last month

CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Gather Privately Without Masks

"People who are fully vaccinated against covert 19 Congar there in small groups without masks or social distancing. Though CDC director doctor was show, Wolinsky says precautions should still be taken outside the home. Everyone, whether vaccinated or not, should continue to avoid medium and large size gatherings as well as non essential travel and when in public spaces should continue to wear a well fitted mass Physically distance and follow other public health measures to protect themselves of others, and the CDC says it's okay for vaccinated people to gather with those that are not vaccinated if the unvaccinated person is not in a high risk group. Main

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Russian disinformation campaign working to undermine confidence in Covid-19 vaccines used in US

John Batchelor

00:32 sec | Last month

Russian disinformation campaign working to undermine confidence in Covid-19 vaccines used in US

"The U. S. Is again accusing Russia of spreading disinformation about the pandemic, this time about the effectiveness to to US made vaccines. Russia's intelligence agencies are at the heart of the descent folk campaign, according to a State Department spokesperson. The agency's global engagement center, which combats propaganda identified four online outlets, saying they have spread falsehoods to undermine confidence in the Madonna and five Vaccines. The U. S accused. The outlets have also lying about protest, military conflict and more. Connor Finnegan

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Where IS ruled, pope calls on Christians to forgive, rebuild

John Batchelor

00:46 sec | Last month

Where IS ruled, pope calls on Christians to forgive, rebuild

"Plus Pope Francis visits Iraq. Some powerful images of Pope Francis, visiting Iraqi areas once held by Isis, the leader of the Catholic Church called for tolerance between Muslims and Christians. While blessing a pledge by local leadership to rise from the ashes. Outside of the outside here church, the pope remembered victims killed by the Islamic state as he released a dove. The church infamously was set ablaze by terrorists in 2016. After spending around an hour in what's left of the churchyard, the pope traveled to Curry coach, a small town in northern Iraq were only half the population has returned. Since the fall of Isis has the pope arrived, bells rang out. Pope Francis then met with Christian survivors, urging them to rebuild their community. The pontiff wrapped up his four day tour of Iraq in the Kurdish city of Erbil with a massive Sunday Mass attended by more than

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"john batchelor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John dot this is the John Batchelor show it is a pleasure to one of the great institutional memory loose from the twentieth century now a Grammy Award winning many times blue star in the twenty first century buddy five from let's with Louisiana we now travel to Chicago and body has a dream which is that he can play the blues with the great ones and at this point we're talking about Muddy Waters and others names that he knows very well he's told to go to Chess Records you access records was the place that was putting out the blues singers you go to Chess Records with your demo and you arrive in US to see what at the US to see the manager of Chess Records but instead you're taken into a session with by Wayne Barrett who is he where then it when that yeah well if you listen to all of Bobby bland hit he left the Bobby and junior Parker came in looking for a guitar player and he beat all the rest of a while because he could read delete see I see reason using yeah you put a dollar so I don't know if you know Bob Ryan installment Monday unless I'm learning from you at body so I listen to this so what I liked about Wayne Bennett is that he was kind to you he didn't know who you were he just asked you to say he told you to sit in the corner and be quiet and you have the joy of watching a real recording session with what we're they call this the spaniels here what they did is they are have a have a loose ball gives them a if he wanted to use that to this that please so whatever you want to use that to make their first ride though they took well get to a live in maid to censor well up within the call and be quiet so and I mean he could place you know like frame after losing women playing it's called the the French so that gets three is the job of the the set list this call and what to do about never that saves the sea level itself but nobody of the lives of my guitar and let him finish this lesser men and he invited me to one they have a lot of social closure they come out and play in a if I could be you if you could use my guitar it's now nineteen fifty eight and bodies are run out of money and he's thinking about getting a ticket and going home to dad and he's walking down the street life really is like this and somebody asked him if he wants to play and it's the seven oh a club does that still exist eleven a club in gold you they had many of the meals all of whom call now or if out of our own a lot of blues club benefactor in the country there then if close minded might be three their fear in Chicago at the time you're talking about mad with three tiles seven the seven oh a club was it was at the time always packed and it was packed with fans of the blues is that who went there everybody played blues there marinara percent blacks it was owned by a white guy in the black people run in it in this particular letter to lead up to that oldest racial bonus they did not want to play the one of the great get top where the the live too long of get tough man who made a famous record called things I used to do and I plated let god is why they picked up the receiver was all the way out the door on the left ward I don't know who the hilarity of but hi about me hired me to play there yes and and then you got the message that the mud wanted to see you who what did you think that meant well first of all our orders not report yep go be would let you have come up blue if you have had made a name for you'll have no one I don't know older some of him today either he's got a stroke are going to find it not because we don't want to buy to come see it and he told the guy out of the bring the phone up and I did those songs in a guy with all the way up to billion was wired with his receipt in the whatever they had me that afternoon and he left the war to hide it god because I was standing up all of your top will lose sitting down doing Dave mortar Walters Warford junior world there about him yeah and they had me you've expanded the fourth playoff there oh my god I got to go back to school collection read and come to find out that most of them read but they have to stand up if it was a fake so I when I wanna bell found that it would take to get to a plan when I kick the music's there of all was very then they went crazy ever like so I've got to get to approve don't have and that's when somebody called motor because that was filled out the third my third day without food and some other call him when he was living only about six blocks away from the gloom Muddy Waters is twenty three older years older than you BB king is eleven years older and so Muddy Waters was one of the gods of blues the start and when Muddy Waters recognized you did that make you feel like you were one of them all because of that you know I had been given the here and and give a hint of how good these other guitar players wore a lot of them didn't stay around long enough to make a name for the sales and and and I would just say okay I'm looking for a job at this call is to drive a two wheel drive or whatever I could to serve my motives of money back home to help my family and and and this will help with rather than playing this go round up folder later a little colder Trojan magic forum and Wayne Bennett and map motive relax lamb shoes sale my guitar because then they will be able to play like that.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show over these days of anxiety about the Gulf. We turn to another matter that is undecided from the end of the first Cold War. This is the conflict called Nagorno-Karabakh. I visited the front lines of Nagorno-Karabakh in two thousand eighteen I hope to return there again because it's a tragedy ongoing, but it's one that can be solved. And I welcome now. The am Basseterre to the United States from as Jon Allen Suleymanov to explain why, and how this most recent promising meeting of Armenia, and as about John in Washington could be a path forward because this meeting was endorsed by and hosted by the national security adviser John Bolton a longtime colleague of mine on the show, a man. Who is very clear about the need for peace in the former Soviet States Mr ambassador very good evening to you. The meeting took place in Washington and the foreign minister of Armenia and the foreign minister of Azerbaijan your colleague met to discuss this conflict that you introduced me to when we went to the front lines. Explain to our audience where this conflict started. Why are menia of launched a Gresley against as Abidjan within days of the end of the Soviet Union? Good evening to you, Mr Messner. Good evening Jones. Always good to talk to you and thank you for bringing attention highway think it is important meetings in Washington. You're right. Demean somebody is gone and means to John in the other day met, they met yesterday. And they, they had separate meetings at a State Department was under sick HALE and more importantly, with national security advisor invested Bolton. This Washington meeting flows meeting, in Moscow and previous meetings and batteries and other places, which is about the ongoing part of the negotiation poses? I think the most important today for us is to thank the United States as hosts contact for this Stokes because it indicates that Washington is getting involved and Washington is getting into it, and of course, the participation and welcome by best of Bolton shows a high level attention to this issue, which is by itself, important. I, I wish we would we would. Oh, I would always when there was the meeting will always hopeful more substantive outcome. Subsidies outs, of course, the hopes before Washington meetings, and I think I do think that meeting in Washington deserves and deserve the bet. But if I mentioned in terms of the moving forward towards substance. But the meeting itself is important, because that's shows because what is important that the United States and coaches and both sides today to support a commitment to the peace process under the always see musical, which is should secure that dish in. You means is the main negotiating buddy, which is cultured by the United States and has. This is why it's often potent. We the meeting went on a good point out that the to the Tico chose visiting Russia, fast and the United States. And I think it goes to kit. It goes in this case to host co-chair to and a chauffeur, who tied very hot to move the first when you somebody's today, they've very potent think of, oh, this is, of course, to achieve peace, but fundamentally that means of the soldiers to the barracks and was though I'm forces from two tiptoes, which Yoko pied vitamin. Yeah, that's an assistant. And that's of course, it key to any solution in the future. I mean, there's no, there's the way that I want to recover some of this, that I've learned from traveling to, as more than once and also reading about the matter this conflict that is. Not resolved the fighting stop nominally nine hundred ninety four so we're twenty five years later and the land Nagorno-Karabakh is fertile land. I could see it. I'm in the farmers on one side were raising huge melons and tomatoes. And the land has been abuse now for twenty five years, and there have been violent incidents along the border. There was one right before, I toured the front line, and there was one recently during wet. Oh S C inspection. Who gains from this help us in America understand who is who is advantage. You always look for somebody making money who's who was who profits from this tragedy that you can see where no one is eating, or, or prospering and the million people were disowned, so who, who sinister enough to say, this is a good thing for me. Well, I hope nobody owns the would say that, that's a good thing. But that oh, you, you put out absolutely. The most important thing. Nick question, we keep asking neighbors over thirty years of the conflict. So two thousand people that more than a million votes. Have you achieved what has been the achievement? The lead menia. What have you? I mean, what was the big benefit thought me other than immediately economic decline? And in fact, even a demographic decline. Which is declining compared to others, which will make a dose of population, you know, at some point, I mean, it's still fun offensive. I mean you mentioned he said, look, it's about human beings, and he's yesterday was a day, I so that you initially one million people who kicked out from their homes, you so that you saw the, that's technically people used to live there. Now the only in the G. Housing day, as she cannot go back to the homes. They cannot visit the game. So their families, they cannot come home benefits. So if people when you to specked humid alive, and I actually kind of puzzled you mentioned that in this conversation on what had the, the fullness of what it means as we need depend with peace to peaceful solution. We cannot certain on the other hand, the very same day. Defacements meanest says, I have personally ordered to kill. Jenny servicemen. I mean I I it's very difficult to understand. And unfortunately, I don't maybe people just don't understand the benefits and dividends of peace. That is something which I think might be one of these. Maybe they'll be some other about this, which benefit phone with, but that is definitely not. I mean definitely not the people definitely not the people look to the fact that this meeting in Washington, hosted by John Bolton is not as most promising because there's going to be another mayday. We didn't we weren't sure John Bolton visited the region last fall as I recall. And he was in Baku, and then onto Yerevan, however, this meeting in Washington now, we can see his part two, and they'll be a part three and apart for, and what I know about John Bolton is that he likes results he wants. He wants to see us sorry. And, and so once engaged. I think that you are now in the company of someone who will find a solution. I offer that as hope Mr. ambassador Jones from your lips to God's ears, the, you know, you know, the bible says blessed are the peacemakers. If, if indeed those efforts for peace, and you know there's a unique unique catching this, but the situation. Despite a testing this should between the United States Russia. This is one case in which they couldn't cope. The moat, peaceful solution would benefit not only the region, not only I mean, as a veteran, but also they're owned by what initially global seeking to set. A good precedent ovo together full peace. Instead of confrontation, I miss the voters if invested Bolton's commitment to this, this food, you know, God bless him. This is a this is a good thing. And I think. Allen, cinnamon off is ambassador from Azerbaijan to the United States. John Bolton is national security advisor and the foreign minister of Azerbaijan, someone I've met, happily foreign minister, Elmar mama, Dr. Yeah, I have and shaking hands happily with John Bolton in front of the White House. It's a wonderful seeing on a sunny day. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. This is John Batchelor. Sponsored by my partners at scholar dot com. I'm headed out on the legendary so quote, again, this time to the ancient city of Tashkent in the Republic of those Pakistan, I'm broadcasting from gathering of young executives, the central Asia, Mongolia, caucuses, and Afganistan form created by the Rumsfeld foundation, bringing together, the fresh leadership of central Asia. 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"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. I welcome Robert Cutler cutting university. Live politics report comment on two large stories turning on the question of can you deal with the Russian super energy opportunities? That is the gas and oil fields of Russia, given Russia's contentious relationship with the European Union and fractious right relationship with the United States of America. These last years, this is the global business report on pipeline politics, brought to you by the Republic of as John from food, to energy to a knowledge, a comic, the Republic of as by John in the Caspian Sea basin is a region. Well worth exploring, Robert, you know, I'm partial to as her by John. I've traveled there twice in three times in these last years, and they have a village angered JAL village, which is the pumping station for oil to Turkey and by ship than to. A Europe of the Mediterranean, bought the presentation now is to complete the southern gas corridor and Sanger child will be the pump station for gas flowing to Europe. Why because that will bypass Russia and also mean that western Europe and eastern Europe or not totally dependent upon Russian guys. So we start with the prospect of not only as a by John gas, but also Turkmenistan gas, and maybe even Kazakhstan gas right now, there is not a trans Caspian pipeline to carry the gas from Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan, right? Across the Caspian Sea. An article most recently points out in the national interest points out to the possibility of building that transcaspian pipeline. But starting with something stepped down from pipeline called an interconnector to connect Turkmenistan field with as Abidjan few what? It is an interconnector is different than a pipeline. Is this politics going slowly as opposed to the big project? Good evening to Robert. Hi. John and connector is what it sounds like it connects two points and the interconnector in question here, you have to remember is that Turkmenistan has offshore platforms and other by John has offshore platforms. And there's been the idea circulating for years, actually that one way to begin to get Turkmen guest to other by John from by John to Europe is to interconnect these platforms along the bed, and this is not a new idea. What is a new is the idea that it could be the beginning of something bigger Turkmenistan could have implemented this and other by John could have implemented this anytime in the past? But took minutes Don is holding out for a big prize. If you do the interconnector, you might get paid or ten maximum billion cubic meters per year. And Turkmenistan as you know, as we've discussed the trans the full-fledged transcaspian pipeline is three times that for thirty thirty two billion cubic meters per year. So Turkmenistan is not going to make take pick small change. They're holding out for the big pot. Russia and Iran following this reporting are reluctant to sign onto a transcaspian pipeline. Is that accurate? And why? It's not really true anymore. John, this is the received wisdom from the last twenty twenty five years up the people who say that Russia's going to block or not going to sign on or in front of transcaspian band, is one question that they don't address because they can't answer it. Which is that for twenty years, Russia's succeeded in blocking the trans Caspian pipeline without the Caspian convention. The league on the legal status of the Caspian Sea. But now there's a Caspian convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea, and it's because Russian diplomacy pushed for it for the last two years. It wouldn't have happened without Russia, getting behind it, and making it so and to do that. They also provided some convincing to Iran with economic aid and so on so and things have changed in the eastern. Caspian OSHA sea coast over the last twenty years, you have China there. There is present now where it wasn't before, and Russia's very concerned to block the Chinese influence. So they would even look favorably on a western energy presence in Turkmenistan. So this is really no longer true that Russia and Iran would block the trans Caspian pipeline because other by John Iran of made some side deals in preparation for the signing last August of the convention, Turkmenistan, Iran and Iran has no way to stop it in. Russia doesn't really want to anymore. We go to Russia, because the ongoing investigation of the contamination of Russian oil sent through the Transneft pipeline to eastern Europe, now brings in a number of states looking to challenge Russia, or get damages from Russia or deal with this contaminated oil, I mentioned bellarusse Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Ukraine is looking to send the contaminated alter, Hungary, and Slovakia of these. These states are upset because of the original contamination. But the investigation of why the pipeline was contaminated is fascinating. Robert, I learned from an article an investigative piece that has been published recently that a real Russia of the real Russia today that there are private nodes, private knows that are connected to the Transneft pipeline. And the suspect is a private note in the Samara oblast. What do you take from this scale of argument that there are private investors, who have access to state run oil, and there's no quality control that this is the insider game in Russia, gone wrong by pumping oil? That was not filtered correctly. How do you read this? We have a few minutes to, to speculate. Well, all you say to John and there's more besides this story is sort of, like Russian dolls one within the other only, you run packing them in a hall of mirrors there, at least forced possible stories that not limited to Russia and all of them are possible, and they don't exclude one another the story to which you refer about the feft of negligence. They found someone to confess one of the four people who was arrested that you'd mentioned last week. But the problem with this story this part of the story is that you look at the scale of the contamination and it's not reasonable. It was to suppose that it came from only one node over a short period of time. Yes, it came from that one node came from a company that has changed hands three times in the last two years now has a share capital of Andre and fifty dollars. And according to the paper's is owned by veterinarian, please. And it gets even more outlandish. From there. So but, but yes, it's possible. But also there's a possibility inside Russia of a coordinated small oil company sabotage against the regulations imposed from the center, politically, that they don't like, because it makes life more difficult for them. There's that aspect of it too. But on the international angle recall that this first came to light in bellarusse. Well, Abella Reuss and Russia have had more and more difficult relations over the past time. In fact, oddly enough, this contamination was first detected in Belarus, only a number of days after the president of Belarus, Lucas Shanka hinted in public that he would increase the rates that he would charge to Russia, for trans meeting their oil for on westward to Europe. And he said that. That because he was annoyed that the Russians had increased the tariffs on bellarusse food imports to Russia, and Russia food exports to Belarus. And so there's this tit for tat going on between them then you have the election of Alinsky as the president of Ukraine, we have a minute. Robert, go ahead. Go ahead. Please. And what does also does is, it's retina fuel crisis in Ukraine. At least on the short term to have these four different stories that don't exclude one another that just get more and more complex and the come the countries that are involved. They could say, we don't want you oil, we're not gonna pay for it, but they don't have any alternative suppliers, lined up yet. So they're trying to settle for who knows twenty five cents on the dollar who knows. It's two point eight billion dollars worth of oil. So Russia wants its money, no matter that that was contaminated. Is that correct? That's correct. And Transneft is legally responsible, and it's rather surprising that there appears to be no insurance arrangement to take care of any of these losses. Robert Kotler Carlton university pipeline politics. Why all of this.

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KGO 810

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. I welcome the lardo popular mechanics the author of spaceport earth. The reinvention of space we go now to an updating of chose to Brazil, and we'll start with a catastrophe and then the happy ending. Maybe August twenty second two thousand and three Joe a very good evening to where at the launch site for two satellites, engineers and technicians, according to your reporting are gathered around a V L S satellite launch vehicle. What happens next? Good evening to you. Good evening. This is a a space port. Bogeyman story. It's it's a. It's why they say space is hard. This is a terrible day. There were twenty twenty one people working in almost one hundred and twenty foot tall support gantry getting ready for a launched a couple of days away when the engine ignited, and because it propagated a an enormous explosion that killed all twenty one of those of those technicians who are working inside the tower was so intensive that it melted. Tired support gantry down to chew a horrible wreck? And the the the cause was. Being investigated. Mostly said it was the electromagnetic interference that caused the engine to ignite. That's just one of those small all seemingly.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"L or Washington comes to talk. John. This is the John Batchelor show. I am at the NRA twenty nine hundred those of you know, I'm surrounded by vast wealth. This is the big show for retailers barrack hovering retailers include the people who are selling and the customers and the customer experience. I'm looking at Salesforce is exhibit beyond that as Microsoft off to ride as as goes on. Endlessly, there's all floor of this. However, I'm at strata cash stranded cashes at digital science scholars a digital scientists company, but strata is a digital company digital and data company for the seller and for the customer. It's not mysterious because I have with me joke cocaine data ops Ostrava cash, here's the director of data. You didn't know the day. The director does these days because what do you do with all this enormous material, you're gathering? How do you? How do you use it as a retailer start with a very good evening to you? The exhibits around me. Show versions of how to gather data from customer walking into the store. You have an ability for with software to read their cellphone to their mobile device. No, ten million what their demographics are whether they've been there before what they're looking at you can make their experience warm, and inviting and tailored it to them. Now, we've got the data. So.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. The most glorious ride these are the young diaries of the man who would become the first president of the United States in the twentieth century who with his willpower. Would force the Republican party into what became known as progressivism transforming. How government was done at the time. This is before Wilson this is before the darkness of the first war and the plunge of the nineteen twenties into the recession and then depression of the nineteen thirties, the har- of the second war, and then finally the recovery to the Republican party's vision of Theodore Roosevelt, but this is the formative period of the th- of Theodore Roosevelt as opposed to the sentimental or anachronistic or wish she'd been like this period of Theodore Roosevelt on the second part of the twentieth century. This is young Roosevelt is lost his father and his mother and then his wife. He doesn't lose his child. Alice Roosevelt becomes one of the more spectacular political figures of her father's presidency and then into the twentieth century and his mother and his and his wife Edith caro- is probably the anchor that Theodore Roosevelt has we? Don't know because there's no eighteen eighty five after all that shooting in eighteen eighty four. However Roosevelt is always good to be back in New York October each year, eighty three eighty four eighty five because that's the moment. When politics is done in New York. So he's he's thinking ahead. He's thinking that maybe the national Republican party is the way. And now, we have.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show i'm speaking with john fabian witt his book is lincoln's code the laws of war in american history and we're going very quickly now rule american history because it's in the minds of men who have city or sitting down in december and january eighteen sixty two into early sixty three to write the rules of war the law the law of war for the union army to conduct against the confederacy in a civil war this ruling one hundred fifty seven rules become part of the conversation for every convention about war since i learned from the professor geneva and and here in the twentieth century rules about the the rules of of torture professor andrew jackson strikes me as a man who is the exception who damages all the rules he conducted war against the indians as a genocide he did it intentionally was he celebrated for it he was but it caused a lot of controversy in the process you know there's a moment in january eighteen nineteen when the united states congress spends one month the whole month in the longest debate that had happened to that point in american history on the floor of the congress arguing about whether or not andrew jackson's should be censured for his behavior in spanish florida toward the toward the indians and most importantly towards british nationals so jackson's behavior gets them into hot water but but also makes them president of the united states the hot water is a debate about whether the indians the native americans should be considered to be honorable foes or foes to be recognized there's this theme always running into american warfare that when you're fighting other europeans other white men you conduct the war this way but when you're fighting savages you conduct it that way is that what jackson relies upon that people know that he's fighting savages with savagery let's seem runs through not just american history but the history of europe and empire generally and in jackson acts like someone who has disdain for the rules when he's fighting against us average opponents i think we look more carefully see that the rules themselves are helping to shape jackson's ideas of what counts as savage and what doesn't so jackson at a very complicated set of rules goes back to his capture as a as a young boy in the american revolution when he's in the south carolina militia and captured with his brother and his mistreated by british officers and he generates a real resentment towards violations of the laws of war from then from that onward there are two men at the center of the debate in eighteen nineteen this is january eighteen nineteen one is named arbothnott arbuthnot and the other is m brewster and i believe jackson arrest them saying that they are europeans they've instigated the native americans the indians in their revolt he he is going to punish them he wants to execute them that seems to be more controversial than all the massacres that he visited upon the indians in florida that's right that's what really is that's really what's getting him in trouble and you know the ambrester and rbis not are back in the news today the the question of military commissions has raised back to public life the president of jackson in florida with ambrester and arbuthnot because they are conducting warfare with enemies of the state and we can't treat them as outlaws because they might actually be volunteers into an into another into a foes service the jackson's view is that they're stirring up indians against americans the the critics see it quite differently because they're critics cd's is to british nationals who are engaged in various forms of commerce with the indians who just run across jackson's ir all right l let's stay with the european way of fighting a war vitelle and the way the british empire applied it why did the ross i believe the commander who rated into washington in the war of eighteen twelve why did he burn only public buildings what was that rule there's a longstanding idea the eighteenth century laws of war stretching into the nineteenth private property something you should at least try to avoid destroying in the course of war but public property is public property of the enemy state you're fighting against the enemy nation subjects to attack and so when the british go into washington in eighteen fourteen that actually quite careful to distinguish between these two forms of property they burn only public buildings and now the twist that i learned from the professor the.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"John batchelor this is the john batchelor show the murder is nonstop the violence the noise the gunshots through and through men do not survive got shot some shots in the civil war eighty five percent i believe is the the kia sixty five percent in the chest they amputate immediately because they don't or don't understand sepsis they don't have thermometers the battlefield is strewn with men who are dying slowly and they can't even been rescue them do this is all happening while the battles going on around them at the same time there are moments in the professors book that are unrelieved har as hood who has struck down that day as his division comes out of the woods and overwhelms bernie's division overwhelms the badly deployed third corps and now for winfield scott hancock who is my hero of the second day as howard was my hero the first day hancock's third corps arrives i hope i have this correct second corps arrives around six pm he sees that the battle is going very badly where does he deploy professor originally handcock second corps was to deploy along cemetery ridge right in the rear of cemetery hill they were to be the gatekeepers to the backyard of the union position as the third corps began to fall apart and disintegrate under these repeated hammerings from long street well the second corps was there on the spot and they were the people nearest so they get called upon for help and hancock sends off one entire division he has three divisions in his core sends off one entire division under john caldwell they go into the wheatfield and art decimated there then as the evening draws on and the confederates continue to gain ground and cock looks around him for other units to plug up these gaps and all he can see in the and the smoke is one lone regiment from his core the first minnesota is this all we've got he says and the answer is obviously yes i'm afraid so he says to the colonel colonel call of the first minnesota you see those flags pointing at the rebel colors take close flags colville doesn't bat an eye six that's in this one regiment throws itself pell mell and several orange on charging confederate brigades and so great as the surprise that they actually succeed in stopping the confederate attack so handcocks gamble pays off but at the cost of something like eighty percent casualties on the first minnesota it is now dark kness is falling and a note here of the confederate attack fails if i understand the maps and i follow your argument professor because the their left flank has dragged behind the assault and when the minnesota charged in there is so much smoke on the battlefield that you don't have a good sense of whether you're winning or losing and you get a sense of momentum that's why they fixed bayonets there's not time to load and fire load and fire because a man with abandoned is running at you so do i say correctly that the left side of the wilcox lang attack lags behind what is this right he doesn't catch up and that's why they break off that night they were actually coming in and staggered fashion wilcox lying then right and what really stymied the confederates wouldn't made failure was that right then expects the next units to his left to support him and they do not that is one of the great failures of the confederate army on the second day of the battle the controversy this night is that meade's headquarters the armies have retired to their two sides they'll fight again in the morning long streets division is now arriving in full you'll division pal hills divisions not visions cores.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show adrian goldsworthy book pax romana sweeps over the two hundred three hundred years that rome spread its empire and then enforced we go to britain where adrian is lucky to live in the midst of roman ruins and a very famous roman ruin i recommend to everyone is hadrian's wall and now why because it was never much used the romans had the wall for why adrian you raise the issue of why did they build this wall it's an elaborate what did i eighty roman miles long and yet was never much used a use something called antonine wall to the north for a while and then they fell back so what was the purpose what did it represent to the tribes to the north it's very difficult i understand because we have this terrific archaeology of the wall itself which several sites along at quite a few of being excavated lots of in scriptures as things have been found ancient sources holiday talk about the tool but it is something where the emperor hadrian arrives in britain in one to two eighty it's probably then but hop slightly early that he gives the order for the wall it's built on a massive scale it requires a lot of resources and then with generation destined to just over twenty years later it's abandoned they build the nine will further north in matz now scotland that then only lost another generation before they go back to hadrian's wall.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The time that we got up there is room was filled with smell the went had blown and drifted the snow up against the side of my house blocking the exhaust from my furnace kick i heard the smoke alarm going off and i france apartment without the kid a smoke alarm mice i would not be here today had it not banned for that carbon monoxide tighter they would come to score one none have their teacher there i grabbed my fire extinguisher and put out the fire mckenna makes technology that saves lives get these essential products go home depot john batchelor show i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show thanks to professor julian happened i am following the the history of the philosophy of mathematics as it develops with these civilizations that we recognize and that we've come to appreciate through history and through archaeology the irrational is the way to follow the store story of the numbers you can't count on the establish the greeks were in heaven and intimidated by irrational because they couldn't be expressed in whole numbers into jurors one two three four five six seven eight nine and the romans shrugged of the roman numerals didn't permitted because there's no zero they're going to be sidelined here professor we turn as you say ironically to the road to germany but it starts well away from uh the the the germans the enemies of the romans it starts with the hindu civilization and also the arabs did they both give us these zero from both traditions it it almost certain into what happened would even think of it in these terms that the hindus mathematically pure mathematics he took have you with us on the greeks the arab extended their civilization massively embracing some of the hindus and as well as being lost whose battles those little across liberalisation those of us who wants to see some sun and of course the arab nations on riboud renowned for being assassinated in science and extremely good at it in particular matic and the arabs took from the hindus their ideas and we'll also contributed to the red and then so the center of mathematics became from the greeks to the hidden due to the arabs and it was the well you hindu arab who came up with and they probably hindus the came up with zero when they now call the.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show the coalition to support i was farmers working beside you each year we present the work in good farm neighbor awarded six iowa farm families who go above and beyond as environmental stewards in livestock caretakers now if you know of an iowa farmer who demonstrates the strong commitment to their land their livestock and their community we invite you to nominate them for the good farm neighbor award to submit your nomination visit support farmers dot com slash good farm neighbor or go to the big show page at whoradiocom nominations accepted through march 1st and data rates may apply remembering went to change your fridge filter is a hassle remembering the right filter is almost impossible so at filters fast we have some good advice forget it instead remember this go to a home filter club dot com and check french filters off your todo list forever get it all taken care of for a fraction of big box door prices would have filters fast brand filter to see how much you can save plus get free shipping go to home filter club dot com with a huge range of brand name filters available filters fast is america's number one online filtration company and you can get a filters fast brand filter for a fraction of the price delivered to your door every time you need it no need to remember it's not a matter of if unita fridge filter why not go to home filter club dot com and get it taken care of to see how much you can save and get free shipping go to home filter club dot com that's home filter club dot com wherever you were you never have to be left in a dark stain line on the iheart radio app free download in the.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show the paper m for a man could sometimes down this tab tamburlaine sometimes known as two more his capital city the part of his empire and he was directions was samara can alexander's samara can looks to be a crossroad of paper how is it today that it remembers its paper routes yeah well it it it absolutely was the crossroads of paper in one of the one of the important elements um quite literally one of the important elements water some account is a very well wilted city and you need a lot of water to make paper say it was a good place for uh papermaking to develop uh and it really kind of began to produce the best effort in the muslim world and you have as far away i chipped talking about the best product for the empire and they talk about the paper from some account sites they developed uh an ability to really um to make this uh to make this exceptionally good paper that can be used right across the muslim world and of course because you have this huge i'm pa if you get approach right you have a very big chocolate and the century night ninthcentury uniting uh co a such a thing as paper uniting central asia and the product that is desirable no longer japanese paper is chorus and paper now at this point there mixing and flax and hemp did the chinese do that as well or is that a central asian innovation poke centralism in the chinese to try to think about.

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"john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

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WPRO 630AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

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KBOI 670AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"john batchelor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

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