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"john burke" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Laid out just like that I. I got it I got it from apple books or whatever too. So you can get it there too. Okay. Great. Thank you. Two final questions for you. John. One. With climate change. So so I. I wonder what you think about the the. Solution to climate change tech- technological solution to climate change that. Will that will there be one and will there be one when the time is right because one of the things that. I, spent a Lotta time with. People who say there you know big thinkers. and. You get the sense that you know sorry carbon sequestration or sucking carbon out of the air. Or out of the. Whatever I'm atmosphere is is possible for example. And it will become. It. Will become something that ubiquitous once. You know. The. You know the economics are right or whatever. But what you what do you do? You think that? The technology will solve some of like that. That's a science problem that seems like there could be a solution to it I. Don't know what it would be like that or something else. Okay. So this is what I think. I. Think I visualize. A Pot of hot water. And if you drop a frog in the boiling pot hot water, he jumps out. He realizes he faces death in its crisis any jumps right out. And I quit vacate a boiling pot of hot water to covid nineteen. As a country we know covid nineteen is a massive problem. In. So we're doing everything that we can develop. A drug to develop. Medicine that people can take so that they can be set. and. We're working hard on that vaccination were we're doing everything we can. Now. If we go over to the boiling pot of water and we just have a regular pot of water. Boiling, put a frog in there. He just sits in there. Crank it up one degree minute. Right. And what happens is the frog it's used to the environment could slow warmer. This is fine. He just gets used to it, and ultimately the frog boils to death. That is what's happening to the world right now in regards to climate change. We talked about it earlier the planet's two degrees warmer. We got fires destroying. California we've got fires in Australia three, five, hundred year floods in Huston ninety seven percent of scientists say humans are causing global warming and global warming is going to get worse with time we have people saying. That it's two degrees now the earth is going to be six degrees warmer. By the turn of the century in eighty more years. If that happens I don't think the human race exists. I think we're done..
"john burke" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"He is convinced. He is convinced that food is the medicine that cures almost everything. You eat the right fall out you. You eat the right food you you. You live longer and you don't get sick you eat the wrong food. Like you were saying you eat the wrong food you live shorter and you get sick it's. I I completely agree yeah. He's on a mission to to to. Basically reverse all chronic disease with food and he says because I asked him I said, well, how you going to do that when the you've got this huge. Marketing Force of food companies. That are that's that's totally against what you're saying their. This is their this the product they're selling. He said in the future if you're not making customized food for people, you'll be out of business now I don't know if that. That's pretty bold. It's like a playbook. But. Anyway ties to kind of what you were saying about about about the the issues with healthcare. We don't we what did he say it's not it's not the ill it's whatever whatever ill you have I'll give you a pill has sort of said instead of just telling people. Hey You know let's. Take be responsible for yourself right? Because ultimately it's GONNA cost everybody less feel better. You're the one that wins. And where's the government? Ninety nine even when Obamacare was being pet. Asked ninety nine point nine percent of the conversation was about. Paying for your hospital stay, they paid for your pills paying for all the drugs and none of the conversation is, how do we create a healthiest aside either doesn't need the drugs that doesn't need to go to the hospital and lives a longer more fulfilling life? Right, right. Well, you had you had See I was going to be that first presidential candidate out there telling people. That one of the ways that they can help is a. Can. They can be fit. They can eat better and they can lose weight and they can substantially reduce their healthcare costs and they can feel ten times. Better, lead a more fulfilling life. Right have you ever heard that from a presidential candidate? I've only heard it from the the first lady's it seems like that. Gets relegated. To them. And they go out and make a guard right? So. Let's let's let's talk about some of the some of the specifics John and you can talk about whichever the sixteen you want to. I've I've. I've got thoughts in notes on all of them but I'm picard. So, let's talk about the the Let's talk to things the tax code and the gasoline tax inlet stab. Grid. The gasoline tax I loved the gasoline tax. We have. Largest economy in the world and the Society of Engineers read to tra-. System. The United States is a deep loss. I've traveled all over the world. Travel to Europe a couple of hundred times in my life. I've traveled Asia Hundred Times in my life a been almost everywhere, and I can I can vouch for that. Our transportation system is horrible and it's getting worse in.
"john burke" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"And continue to reach and inspire new listeners we've started recording and posting video episodes on Youtube subscribe to the Howard Happen podcast YouTube Channel Click the notification bell so you don't miss any upcoming video episodes and leave a comment with your favorite quote from the episode to help inspire fellow listeners and encourage others to find and listen to the podcast, and now here's John Burke. Everybody welcome back to the show. As you heard in the introduction today I have John Burke with me John Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me. Yeah. So I saw it first of all a debt of gratitude to your son Ritchie for. Setting this up Ritchie Burke who has been a friend of the show and and and I've been a friend to his show. Go, Getters Pike as you should check it out. It's he's doing some really really great work but anyway, he connected actually heard actually heard John Talking about his book. On Richard Show. Sixteen nonpartisan solutions to save America and I thought to myself. That's I would love to give him on my show and talk about that and more and back in February. I was able to attend a UM wipe. Yo Vent at track. Where John Gave A. Just, a phenomenal presentation about track about how he thinks about business and I wrote. You know two pages of notes and I took pictures and I bought. I bought the books John. Billion Dollars. Coach founders mentality. You were talking about the Savannah Bananas. So into it so it's a lot of fun to finally get a chance to sit down and talk with you. one one. So John, I started everyone in my shows the same way with a simple question how did happen for you? So. When I was in the third grade my mom. Took me and my two older sisters to Washington and went to Washington and we went to. The capital in the White House and Smithsonian and I fell in. Love with America. and. I've always been a student of American history and I've always been interested. In politics and After graduating from college I've been involved in business and in we've had some success here at track and I'd take a look at some of the things. Our government doesn't it just blows my mind and I was at my son richest graduation from Marquette I think it was in two thousand eleven. And David McCullough the great American historian was was the speaker. The commencement address he said something at the end that really hit many said you looked at the graduates and he said At some point..
Los Angeles shopper sues Lowe's over anti-masker dispute
"One day in Los Angeles, and it's led to a lawsuit against morsel based lows. The customer ledges in the suit that a a shopper shopper repeatedly repeatedly spit spit on on his his face face when when he he told told the the man man to to wear wear a a mask mask in in the the store. store. John John Burke Burke alleges alleges in in the the suit. suit. He He was was assaulted assaulted after after spotting spotting the the man man in in the the ill ill that that he he needed needed to to enter enter and and from from atleast atleast 40 feet away, asked him how he got in the store without a mask. Lawsuit says Lo's failed to protect customers Health by allowing shoppers into the story without masks in violation of California's public health. Long Burke wants a jury to award him at least $20 million. Young paratrooper based
"john burke" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year sorry if you were to cancel the insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage much limited by state law I think we get confused sometimes because you know revelation one seven says every I will see him even those who pierced him John Burke on focus on the family minute all remember was solved and and he was killing Christians when he sees the same brilliant god of light and love on the Damascus road that didn't mean that Paul was right with god and that's the same with people who experience this god of light and love just because the experience some doesn't take away the free will or their their decision whether they will seek him and and come to faith in Jesus notice doesn't give the gospel of stead what he says is going the city you'll find out what you should do then Jesus leads Ananias to Paul why because it's always been god's MO he uses people to love people enough to tell them what god has done because it's all it is all about love hear more from John today at family minutes that'll work portions of America first are sponsored by hello fees no safe spaces you this is a free market economy radio so.
"john burke" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Opened my swollen eyes and saw in front of me a pair of large calloused feet my gaze lifted to the swollen legs the age distorted body clad in a tight cotton night dress and then the shadowed Indian face surrounded by stubbornly white hair and there was no range in the face now now that the garden was destroyed and there was nothing any longer to be protected I scrambled to my feet and just stood there and stared at her and that was the moment when childhood faded and womanhood began that violent crazy act was the last act of childhood for as I gazed at the immobile face with the sad weary eyes I gazed upon a kind of reality which is hidden to childhood the which was no longer a which only a broken old woman who had dared to create beauty in the midst of ugliness and sterility she had been born in squalor and lived in it all her life now at the end of that life she had nothing except a falling down hot a wrecked body and John Burke the mindless son of her passion whatever her there was left in her whatever was of love and beauty and joy that had not been squeezed out by lice had been there in the marigolds she had so tenderly cared for.
UK Commons speaker deals new blow to Johnson's Brexit plan
"New York a blow moments ago in parliament where prime minister Boris Johnson was pushing for another vote on who brexit deal speaker John Burke count saying he studied the request and my routing is there for the motion will not be debated today as he would be repetitive and disorderly to do so a key brexit bill now due to be introduced later
UK parliament to sit Wednesday, following ruling
"Ago the highest court in Great Britain ruled that Boris Johnson acted illegally when he Perot grad parliament sent them home the order in the council is been changed and they have said now that they must go forward and bring parliament back the prorogation was void and of no effect according to the court parliament has not been pro Rog this is the unanimous decision of all eleven judges it is parliament it is for parliament to decide what to do next they can take immediate steps to enable each house to meet as soon as possible the court is pleased that the council told the court. that he will take all steps to comply with the court's John Burke out the loud mouth Erinsborough Great Britain so the house must quote convene without delay he would be consulting party leaders as a matter of urgency in a statement John Burke house that I welcome the supreme court's judgment that the probation department was unlawful the judges the rejected the government's claim that closing down parliament for five weeks with me five weeks Israeli standard practice to allow for new queen's speech in reaching their conclusion they have indicated their right and duty of parliament to meet at this crucial time to scrutinize the objective and hold Mr to account as the embodiment of parliamentary democracy the house of Commons must convene without delay to this and I will now consult the party leaders a matter of urgency the consequence of the pound is spiking sharply. the currency leveled off after. some losses yesterday hi and there is reactions are coming in former Green Party leader says it's just a start. here Starmer labour's shadow brexit check today says strong judgment from the court approved Boris Johnson has no regard for the law. Dominic grieve says that the it was perfectly obvious that the reading and motivation for suspending parliament was bogus and untrue and the reasons given I'm delighted the Supreme Court to stop this unconstitutional act in its tracks he's a defecting. Tory Jo Swinson leader of the Liberal Democrats as Boris Johnson is unfit to be prime ministry misled the queen in the country unlawfully silence the people's representatives I'm on my way to resume might in the common stop Briggs it all together and so on it goes this sets up the greatest selection in generations and generations and Eric Boris Johnson verses Jeremy Corbyn the marks a chance once in the Daffy one. the bankers the influencers the courts the B. B. C. the times of London the elites can be Boris Johnson verses the elites. and they're still going to get out of Breguet at the end of the month one way or another they can't make the executive negotiate an extension they can tell mass for it but they can't make him take it. and so we're still. Melissa timbre the twenty fourth thirty six thirty seven days away for freedom for the United Kingdom and I don't know what they can do then call for an election a good job in election and Boris Johnson is going to continue to negotiate. and then he's going to have an election it's going to be one heck of an election I'll keep you posted on eventual Great Britain as the morning progresses from court their ruling the prorogation of the. woman by Boris Johnson was illegal eleven to nothing decision it is by the way an assault on the separation of powers for the court to do what it is never done before involve itself in a political matter like this but. that's what
"john burke" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Don't negotiate in public. only put them before the policy or actually supposed to be negotiating with and they just know that Sir Mister speaker. we want to see is very different time in a continual inventions that it all comes according to wish to speak what do you say simple as that. from to the ana judgment vocal given weight on yellow how mother west government has been provided with a copy of the original document will call his colleagues to publish it. one of our promotional that make cooling is enough in itself to get the public to see what else we can do Mister speaker I will press on because I do know the rather because this is actually very simple fail it is it is deliberately constrained also the question what else needs to happen what it does and it gives it gives the prime minister the chance to get to be able to get through it gives the promise that the talks to have the courage to come to this what's inside my policy is to leave without the deal do I have a majority for it because if you did that we would need to go down this route but he won't do it because he knows the results on it only if there's no deal only if there's no approval for leaving without a deal to the provisions in the yeah it in the pale chicken requiring an extension Mister speaker this is an extraordinary route but these are extraordinary times we have to act we have to act now today is the the lost child to prevent no deal a we must seize it. with immediate effect we now need a three minute time limit otherwise colleagues who want to speak with all of the terms of the service Jeremy right John Burke how is the speaker.
Queen approves request to suspend Parliament but what does this mean for Brexit?
"And a joining us here in Washington is now Gardner senior fellow at the heritage foundation and also a former adviser to prime minister Margaret Thatcher and now that he could explain exactly what the prime minister did today well for the prime minister requested to to the queen that she had to clear the suspension or pro rotation all parliament in the United Kingdom for appeared all four to five weeks and what this means in terms of the big the big picture is that it is now far less likely that parliament will be able to block what is known as a new deal brexit and it is a very big move by by the prime minister Boris Johnson very bold Kelsey move it has taken many people by surprise in in London and is a clear signal of intent from the prime minister that he is one hundred percent committed to moving forward with brexit on October thirty first deal or no deal but it's important to bear in mind that the suspension of parliament is not unprecedented that have happened in the past and this is mostly a constitutional crisis of some critics all saying the Sony within the the power of the prime minister to seek the pro rotation all person's palm the third that is not the first time it's happened it's been used before and I think that so any Boris Johnson will be feeling more confident now I think you can the the likelihood of brexit happening on October thirty first which is off rule the the will of the British people the particular votive Apraksin twenty sixteen told someone to deliver that a promise on the pledge to the Briton's lotus and it now Gardner is you assess the reaction in Great Britain the head of the labor party Jeremy Corbyn calling this quote a threat to our democracy John Brcko who is the house of Commons speaker calling it a constitutional outrage how do you respond to that yes on is being very fierce opposition from some quarters in parliament especially from the opposition Labour Party but also from the the speaker of the house of Commons tone of Brcko who in one of one on one time was actually conservative but I have to say either the pollen it really will be powerless in my view to to block a new deal brexit unless of parliament is able to bring down the conservative government in a no confidence vote they have one week to do that which begins on Monday next week I think it's unlikely the parliament will have the the votes to to do that and I expect that actually killed from will will succeed it is a rule goal which is to move forward with the brexit agenda but without a doubt I mean they're all a lot of angry voices in parliament and and the speaker of the house of Commons John Burke who is a very all didn't anti brexit campaigner he certainly is going to be one of the most vocal opponents of the suspension of parliament which also cool Scott cut down his own authority as speaker so naturally Mr Brcko is very upset about the developer or talking with now Gardner of the heritage foundation and we should point out this is something that you predicted in one of the conversations we had earlier this summer in terms of the time line if prime minister Johnson in fact was elected by the conservatives to head up the party so walk us through the new deadline October thirty first with parliament coming back in mid October give us a sense of what will happen during that two week period yes Sir on October fourteenth the the conservative government will outline what is known as the end of the queen's speech outlining their agenda and following that there will be a meeting of the European Union helpful October seventeenth to eighteenth where person will seek a new deal with the European Union to withdraw from the E. U. and if a deal is agreed and parliament well I should debate the new with full agreement on October twenty first twenty second and it has to be said of course that is a big question mark whether or not the you will agree to a new agreement that is acceptable to the British government my own sense is the person is heading towards what is known as a new deal brexit and I expect that that new deal brexit will will be implemented on October thirty first unless you're gonna see major concessions from the European Union and of course parliament has to prove when you eat you withhold deal on October twenty first on October twenty second say that there's a big question marks but I would say the policy is very very clear now that we are heading for a a British exit from the E. on October thirty first and most likely that is going to be a new deal exit where white person simply negotiable trade section with the European Union on the World Trade Organization term and I think that that is the most likely scenario now I think there's a very small child all of parliament stopping in new deal brexit but I'd say that that opportunity to parliament to block a new deal brexit is very very minimal right now and I think it's highly likely that we all get to see practical into October thirty first they should help Toba has a number of very big date starting with October the fourteenth the data the queen's speech and then you have the other European Union tells me don't have a seventeenth eighteenth and then parliament will debate the queen's speech and a potential with told agreement on October twenty first twenty second save a lot a lot of events happening in October and one final point we have touched on this in the past but one of the biggest stumbling blocks it continues to appear to be the issue between Northern Ireland which is part of the UK and the Republic of Ireland and trade along the border so explain what the issue is and why that has been so difficult yeah I'll say the big issue for the British government is what is what is called the northern on and backstop found the backstop is basically demanded Bonnie the the European Union order to prevent a heart border between north and on and on the Irish Republic well the backs of actually does is that it this person point into the E. U. customs union indefinitely which is unacceptable to the new British government off rule membership of the EU customs union would mean that Britain could not find the same free trade agreements including with United States and therefore Boris Johnson demanding that the backstop be removed altogether the British government is a is saying that there should be high technology solutions the border issue that there should be a complete removal of any kind of border control between the south and the north of Ireland and that and the backstop should also be removed altogether in order to free person from each house and even answer the British government in favor of any kind of upon border nor is the European Union for some kind of agreement can be reached to remove the backstop but also to ensure that there is no hard border between the north and south more details available online at heritage you dot org Nile gardener here in Washington thank you for being with us it's my pleasure thank you
UK's Johnson moves to suspend Parliament ahead of Brexit
"British prime minister Boris Johnson today maneuvered to give his political opponents even less time to block a chaotic no deal brexit before the October thirty first withdrawal deadline winning Queen Elizabeth the second approval to suspend parliament his critics were outraged that Johnson previously had refused to rule out such a move the timing of the decision took lawmakers many of whom are on vacation by surprise Johnson insisted he was taking the steps so he could outline his domestic agenda and he shot down the notion that he was curbing debate saying there would be ample time to discuss brexit and other issues we need new legislation we've got to be a bringing forward new important bills and that's why we are going to have a queen speech and we're gonna do it on October the fourteenth and we got to move ahead not with a new legislative program lawmakers reacted with furry including John Burke house speaker of the lower house of Commons who was not told in advance of Johnson's plan shutting down parliament would be an offense against the democratic process and the rights of parliamentarians as the people's elected representatives Burke out who rarely comments on partisan politics said surely he continued at this early stage in his premiership the prime minister should be seeking to establish rather than under mine his democratic credentials and indeed his commitment to parliamentary democracy the main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn wrote to the queen to protest it is a constitution that rage
"john burke" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"I think Ali Murphy has very very big opinions of ruin enough a store. He was good at Huntington like the shadow was a funny race. There were no guy left at the tapes went up there for about an hour before something that made the running and this fellow he was dropped into set. But he just didn't help himself. He was free enough and seemed to pay the price for late on. It's interesting that they're going back to the staying two and a half miles. And they clearly think the trip is fine. They're up blaming his stamina, I wouldn't take for that time. But he's going to have the settling give himself a chance. He's a winning point to pointer. He's actually bred by neighbor of mine, John Burke and his wife. Caroline, they bred. They bred western writer as well. And the very very very good National Hunt breeders, and I only had a drink with John over Christmas. And he was talking about this horse passing on I suppose, what's already in the public domain that Audie Murphy is very very sweet on him and thinks he's a proper proper horse. So for John I hope. Bounces back, and I'm belatedly bills, and that Hudson promise, but I would just for me would just be keeping a very close eye on how they set loose for you to make up my mind where he wants to go to and a half or could he benefits from potential potential drop in shirt because that's for me the jury's out on a now after two shallow. Okay. I'm gonna how strong strong. He was early and week. He was late. Hopefully, they go bit of a Gallup here. And find out what Brune up a storm. Both Jarvis place is this election like it. But we'll take you on the triumph. Fertile could have a bit of a market shakeup to winners of won this race. In the last ten years are the twelve forty triumph fertile trial juvenile hurdle. Obviously, there's Isaac Sweden somewhere near colder. It's towards the top of the market, but also still entered his chief Justice for Chieveley parking, Gordon Elliott, and I gave him a serious chance. And he's twelve to one. Surely, I happy running. I've heard I've heard that Gordon may not run out anything in this race. Okay. Don't hold me to both. That's hard. That's yesterday because the twelve to one would be bonkers if he did run. So Joe headed the betting Daryl Jacob onboard jolly. Now, I want to do the put bo- or Pilo our power. So Kevin we'll let you lead on this one juvenile hurdles you absolutely love it Joseph at a couple of inches. I don't think you're going to are you? No, no. Interesting. All right jolly, I think, you know, he sure he have based on the second and the finale, but I don't know about that form. I don't know about that form. I'm a little bit windy on a tour pillow. Problem for me, probably has the best form of the book. But he's going to have to prove that he's not just the mudlark and the conditions have been very testing when he's one when he's willing bolted starts overheard. He's got a quite an action on him. And he's going to need to prove that he hundreds something bear really testing going. But it wouldn't be a shock to me if he does. And I give it squeeze here to you're the Diraz. It looks like he's going to ruin the is to ruin him. Him and find Brunello. I don't think band of outlaws is going to go the intention that the mandate is to run the two and Fakhir. He's just he's a bigger price. Then I told he'd be he won he made it wouldn't start for Joseph their car class times in a maiden hurdle. I just liked the way he did it the bear form. And I wouldn't set you a night he was taking on four and five year olds that day, and you know, the bare form within the set you a night now. But what I liked most about him is that if you look back at his role in France, and he has good experience both boat. Overheard was an fences in France. But if you look back at those wrongs and watch the video does he was doing plenty row. Like he looked..
"john burke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Chamber and this was very firm understanding where? The sun was going to be on the. Longest shortest day of the year before again it's trek back in the. Opposite direction so. I've also mentioned that these sites could also be used, for potential vision quests busy chambers when. You enter them you know they're, very dark they're very isolated there's they're, large areas but if you were in. It by yourself for a prolonged period of time You know it. Could be seen as a. Type of sensory. Deprivation tank where if, you were on some type of spiritual vision quest you could have you know Visions, or hallucinations Spiritual aberrations and things can happen is also an interesting phenomenon with these chambers having to do, with electro-magnetic electromagnetism and it, was a. Researcher John Burke he passed away scientists to work out in Long Island And he recorded electromagnetic hot spots at the entrance of some of these. Chambers so this is a place where the earth's local electromagnetic fields which is spiking and he would. He measured that and recorded it and believed it had to do with the, geology of, the ground beneath but that's the people whoever built these chambers understood that there was, this phenomenon in oriented the entrance so aligned with, this electromagnetic hotspot history was that the ancient native American Jews the energies the electromagnetic energies. Coming from the earth in this location actually treat, their their Mace their seats interesting experiments where he used control groups some that, were exposed at the chambers? And, others that were. Kept back in a, lab and he showed that as you grew these out the ones that were exposed electro electro-magnetic energies actually much more robust crop, yields how. Would they know this well that's to me that's really The interesting question I, think they obviously didn't have science like we have today but they had something, similar they had the intuition? And, they had their. Chances and And. And they had their minds we have to remember it, before the Greek, there was no technical or scientific terminology to describe what people saw nature language just. Wasn't there hadn't invented it yet. Terms like hydrology, or astronomy or you know th they were referred to by, many ancient cultures in in. Allegory or symbolic manner so you'd read their their ancient Literature Inching their ancient mythologies and it's. Coded it's like. Hyper you have to decode it and understand what they're saying in scientific, terms but how did they know, they you, know they would use devastation the way you see a douse or find for. Water they would use their sensors and tap into something something unseen energy force that would direct them to to understand where these energies were to be exploited Jeez interest I think we take it for granted that they possessed more knowledge than we give the anybody credit Well you know. They. Had a much more intimate and profound connection to nature and to the natural, world than we do. Today, yes so I do think they were able to, tap into that and you know we use our senses no you pull up to, an intersection in, our car and we look and, we determine whether I and and by judging skied and philosophy.
"john burke" Discussed on WLAC
"Could they have been hots types or little houses I believe they were? Shelters I believe that they were places that. People could seek refuge in in storms but also they also served a. Spiritual purpose again in that they were aligned with the solstices and some, of them are oriented east for the. Equinox sunrise hopefully to the southeast, for the solstice sunrise in the winter, and as that sun would rise China. Shaft of light within the entrance of the chamber This was very your, firm understanding where the sun was going to be on the. Longest shortest day of the year before we begin it's trek back in the opposite direction So I've also, mentioned that these sites could also be used for potential vision quests because each, chambers when you enter them you know they're very dark they're very isolated there they're large areas but if you were. In it by, yourself for a prolonged period of time You know, it could be seen as. A type of sensory. Deprivation tank where, if you on some type of spiritual vision quest you could have you know Visions, or hallucinations Us spiritual aberrations and things can happen is also an interesting phenomenon with these chambers having to do. With electromagnetic electromagnetism and there was a. Researcher John Burke he passed away scientists to work out in Long Island And he recorded electromagnetic hot spots at the entrance of some. Of these chambers so that this is a place where the earth local electromagnetic seals spiking and he. Would he measured that and recorded it, and believe it had to do with the geology of the, ground beneath but that's the people who ever built these chambers understood that there was, this phenomenon oriented the entrance so the line with, this electromagnetic hotspot his theory was that the ancient native Americans use the energies the electromagnetic. Energies coming from the earth in this location actually, treat their their Mace their seats interesting experiments where he used control groups some that. Were exposed at the chambers? And, others that were. Kept back in the lab and he showed that as you grew these out the ones that were exposed to magnetic energy is, actually much more robust crop yields how. Would they know this well that's to me that's really The interesting question, I think they obviously didn't have science like we have today but they had something. Similar they had the intuition? And, they had their. Chances and And they had their minds. We have to remember it before the Greeks there was no technical or scientific, terminology to describe what people. Saw nature language just wasn't there hadn't invented it yet Terms like hydrology or astronomy or you know. Th they they were referred to by many ancient cultures in in..
Audible eliminates a large number of podcasting roles, podcasts doing well on Times app, revenue up 50% at Stitcher
"Eliminated a large number of roles, including nearly the entire group responsible for audibles shorter form podcast. Style programming says Nick, Warren hotpot is unclear what that means for audibles podcasts like the butterfly facts and where should we begin with esta Parral Tom Webster has written a manifesto for growth in Neiman lab, says of quality thoughts and data about the industry based on his talk at podcast movement. So at the radio, find it at pod news, dot net, TRITON digital, having to deal with chew optic which allows publishers to leverage a custom audio marketplace that consider Tate targeting in about seventy five million US households today is the ten year anniversary of the horse radio network. Glenn says that they just passed seven thousand episodes have interviewed over nine thousand guests. Currently have eighteen shows with thirty two hosts and have had the support of over fifty. SP. Bouncers. He says, we're pretty proud of what we've done in a relatively small niche of horses. Congratulations to you spotted recently. The New York Times is still processing podcast, getting top billing in the New York Times app in London and events talking podcasting with the BBC's new podcast boss and others is on September the twenty fifth find linked to that at pod news dot net. Plex have taken their podcasts feature out of Beata revenues up. Fifty percents at Stitcher. Freakonomics is getting over twelve million downloads every month, and podcasting shows the value of an open internet rights. John Burke mayor, highlighting the difference between podcasting and say, YouTube, it's free to
"john burke" Discussed on talkRADIO
"He's easy easy case it eventually all of these releases allegations against trump against john burke will bring him down or do you think the more they question every future the more he's going to steadfastly refused to go putting him in a position where he's he's he's positions frighten me on tenable but they're equally if you speak to people in the number of people who think precisely because this cloud is hanging over him jumbo boko believes is adamant that he will stand down at this moment in time because if he does then the perception will be he was driven out because of these various issues i mean you said you know he famously said he would he would sit on these nominees are up i think in i my own view is that if it wasn't for these allegations i think maybe he would have thought right i've had a good run it's time to go now graceandfavour apartments he does maybe i'm being i'm being generous but i do think as a result of the moment that he's you know he's at the moment minded to cling on and i think frankly if he is going to go it's going to be because he simply feels that the support the house is slipping away from him i think he's gonna have to be be pushed out role and simply step step down himself i can't wait to the day i really think he's he's just embarrassment to the house of commons now i've say i put by mrs questions for she'll watchable because he just constantly shouting down just thank you for joining us commentator for the mail on sunday not a fan let me bring in peter edwards georgie frost what do you think do you think time for trump to go and if so for what reason.
"john burke" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"So called hostile environment to approach the i leads with a story about fifty three gagging orders at westminster which cost two point four million pounds over four years the paper reports the nondisclosure agreements can be used to silence employees and stop them from revealing complaints against mp's the daily telegraph says the clauses of put the speaker of the commons john burke berko in the spotlight for presiding over system that's cost the taxpayer millions of pounds spokesman for mr berko says it never signed any such agreement or been involved in negotiating the clauses the guardian thanks theresa may seeking to contain a fresh crisis off the resignation of her international trade minister yesterday in protest at plans to expand heathrow airport the times is among the papist point out the minister former minister greg hands his decision to go puts boris johnson in the spotlight as another prominent critic of the plans the son says miss johnson who once said he would lie down in front of a bulldozer to stop a third runway has been accused of running scared after saying he'd be out of the country for the commons vote on approving the plan what a messy taxi for messy messy misery of some of the back page headlines after argentina's three defeats at the hands of croatia in the world cup last night when the brutal indignity of it all had ended says the daily mail argentina's star striker leo messi was the first off the pitch walking with his head down after what the paper describes his display of tactical and technical ineptitude teams and our main news this morning as the aircraft maker airbus having called for clarity over britain's future trading relationship with europe in the coming weeks and warning that he could cut investment in the uk if there is no brexit deal the time is now sixteen.
"john burke" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"It's not available on spotify unfortunately but you can listen to it on youtube you can listen to full have them on youtube artists pile fucked from birth very tight i would he listening to this josh what do you wanna recommend listener i i wanted to recommend that their new band they're called bad wolves they're they're most known right now for their cover of zombie by the cranberries but if you actually get the album in your into canada heavier stuff it's it's it's kinda got a gente feel to it but it's also got some senior choruses super heavy but i think it might have an opportunity to kind of break breakthrough on the charts hate to sound like that guy but you know i think it's going to have an impact on a lot of people i think the zombie covers kind of sneaking into a lot of people's two brains and i think that they might go check them out and they might end up being a gateway banned for for some people to get into some heavier stuff so bad wolves new album just came out and it's called disobey the first track on an officer down as jam and as for newer music and newer bands has been one of the things i've been listening to lately the gente cover of cranberries zombie is a viral facebook video if i've ever heard one well the the covers not so much gent the rest of the album is a little bit more jin actually the it's from john burke berkeley who used to be in double driver lot of those guys are from around your area down there i believe in john burke lind is in it dot co from god forbid is in it tommy vacs to is in divine harrison snot is in it so it's it's like a metal core supergroup but but they they've they've come together and and put out some cool stuff and god forbid abandoned his not get brought up enough when talking about metal core bands from the early two thousands with the word god in their name.
"john burke" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That everybody everybody gets quiet when the when the brush the report now baseball you have all the the fans yell at you and things just loud allowed this was more comforting to me than the quiet now you know whatever you get ready to show everybody is quiet and kinda strange feeling but i'm getting used to that and it's been a lot of fun i've been able to like i said i've been able to bowl with all these guys get the dow become friends of mine and and i just wanted to competition so fortunately my wife doesn't mind me going out and doing that after having a craft baseball at been able to have been born eight to ten tournaments a year well the giants have celebrated sixty years in baseball you're on whether the tickets the last home stand and definitely a giant forever and we want to thank you for joining us this morning and walk the streets in new york in house some fun with the wife and and continued success in the bowling lane john burke we appreciate your time today yeah i always consider myself a giant i just wish that we could have made the nineteen ninetythree would have been interesting to see how far we can go won the world series but didn't happen but yeah i'm enjoying life ousted as being beyond your show well we appreciate it john have a great day and stay out of trouble in new york all right i will john john burke at a boy he had a fabulous villain that ninety three year if if my memory serves me correctly wasn't that the year like that the rockies lost like every game to the braves because this was before the re just look at the of the divisions.
"john burke" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Last year of that ten year was working for john burke he characterized mr burke is treatment of him as bullying iroquois recalls one occasion where the speaker smashed a mobile phone on the desk in front of him he asked for some information when it'd been very slow in coming he held me responsible and there was a tirade of hide let him dine and suddenly his mobile phone which he'd been holding was flung on the desk in front of and break into a lot of bits a spokesman for the speaker's office said mr speaker strenuously denies that there is any substance that any of these allegations mr speaker has a superb team of dedicated effective long serving staff five of whom have worked for him very happily for a combined total of over forty years an investigation by the bbc she has cast doubt on the ministry of defense's assertion that it has seen no evidence of civilian casualties caused by british strikes against the islamic state group over four years the rif has dropped to fired more than three and a half thousand bombs and missiles against i s in iraq and syria a suicide the us led coalition says he believes civilians have been killed on several occasions as defense correspondent jonathan bill reports the source told us of a specific oriented strike that took place in east mos last year on an is truck bomb he said in the blast two civilians were almost certainly killed but the medine says those killed were highly probably is fighters the med refused requests to view the strike footage nor will it released the coordinates of other british airstrikes the bbc has also learned that some raf bohm's have malfunctioned with a few straying off target the insist it's a very low percentage it says it's taken extreme care throughout the campaign but can't completely eliminate the risk to civilians a man has been shot dead in north west london the victim who is believed to have been in his thirties died of his injuries outside queensberry underground station last night the death brings the total number of suspected murders in london so far this year to sixty three second man in his twenties was shot and wounded he's in a stable condition in hospital the government will face more pressure in parliament this afternoon over its handling of.
"john burke" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"All it was a night urban kirschner again dillas rj be in the third one right rjb's robert john burke right plane murphy me a little bit of that the other day that's they're all states obviously yeah but was selling about at first everything was fairly normal my friend was a bit sweaty and nervous but normal attributed that to anxiety about having a girl who liked ariss house for the first time then about thirty into the thirty minutes into the movie i made the fatal mistake of taking off my brethren comfortable shoes and resting my bare feet on his couch shoes for can show i noticed him shooting several lingering glances at my feet and slowly inter closer to me on the couch oh how kind of weird but i was being an oblivious dumb ass and dismissed it shortly after that he turned to me and said you know you really shouldn't show off your bare feet like that i kind of have a foot loser we'll okay you're not okay to fucking soapbox we're going to get to a full conversation funny you know you're really shouldn't show off your bare feet like that i kind of have a foot fetish she said rubbing his crotch he was noticed the look of horror because he then tried to laugh off the comet while i started something along the lines of okay and we both offer the wind back to watching the movie however really time concentrating on the film because suddenly keenly aware of the fact that i was alone strange man's house and i had spend the remaining half hour and a half trying to imagine all the horrible things this was planning to do to me and my feet the red dragon.
"john burke" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Do you think it's up to you if you if you want to meet i would call to tally up to you a great guitar player you a great player now you could to help ease the wonderful we could you could buy i know that so however neronha i dunno all the words garage do you will get charged with when we sit around the guys on cigar night wicket would get tired so i regretted plays an instrument of gut me i'm the only in this not inaugural wire that all the only guys frame the top guys from concord which i was so part of for some years uh concord records greg glenn barros oh john john burke now i don't know attended iran is those guys and what's his name with sacks dave cars jayme car bob saggy bob salga the wellknown musicians of bob say bobsleigh sas oh he plays guitar in sings he's terrific insane he should've showed tunes a lot of show tunes on the guitar yeah he's he's great login this real quick lime in line first i really good iin you're gonna ask me what you're saying you're going to ask questions i don't know the answers to whom you do that so i do because that is the professional podcast with professional podcasters we know that i've been man oh my god see that's already magic just signal little chuck abdeal michael there she's i rim man all will do all these.
"john burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ooh no i just heard moms held magically held the backseat of the car because they need to make room for the dog that's a right is going bob for to wag might a l i card europe's i mean we'd be going anywhere right but john burke short by bread sugar he's not a war in amusement park called dog land where all the rides are made at a bones would you can eat while you okay well i know that's not a thing but it could be so how do you guys know what works with kids are like focus grouping the hell out of this thing away we didn't at all i mean i think we have done that in the past on on tv shows so there was a little bit of a i guess using some of that pass knowledge about what kids have responded to the anecdotal focus groups of like queles kids for an an and friends kids which with the right i now you want to listen and other finally unbiased equivalents before you have dinner you hailed as you have to listen right so it was a guess kind of going out instinct and experience of what kids have responded to an animation an and just hoping hoping for the best and i is there a sense that you kinda pulling back from the bombast of you know just the overwhelming sort of stimulus that is the internet and tv to something a little more cut a pareddown with podcast i i mean the truth is is that when you're listening when you're just listening you have to fill in so much in terms of using your imagination to fill out what the world looks like and what the characters look like and you do need to concentrate much much more than watching something where everything's going to laid out for you it as a piece of animation nerve tv show or what playing.