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"john leslie" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

08:11 min | 3 months ago

"john leslie" Discussed on The Daily

"Hi this is alex. Lakeland florida my biggest concern as a parent to young kids. Right now is the fact that they can't get vaccinated. I am wondering why it is taking so long for the vaccine to be approved even on an emergency basis for children under the age of twelve. Are there problems with finding enough people to participate in the study. Are there problems with the kids who've gotten the vaccine. What i'm reading for is just some sort of compass from derna adviser and when we will be able to protect our little ones well. Unfortunately i'm not gonna be able to provide some magic date that everyone can circle on their calendar. But i think. I can provide a little bit of clarity so what's happening now. Is that the clinical trials for children who are between five and eleven are still ongoing. So the reason vaccines haven't been authorized yet is because pfizer and madonna have not yet released the data from the trials or officially applied for authorization to the fda pfizer. Which seems to be in the lead The closest to being ready has previously said that they plan to apply for authorization for five to eleven year olds sometime in september. There is a bit of wrinkle though because recently the fda asked pfizer and madonna to expand their clinical trials for kids. y what. What's the story there. You may have seen some reports that some of the vaccines have been associated with potentially serious side effects and the fda takes that really seriously. The good news is that the side effects are rare. The bad news is that that means that in order to really get a sense of how much risk there is and how likely these side effects are. You need to include more people in your trials so this was a precautionary measure. The fda took so that they could make sure that the trials were big enough to detect any rare adverse events that might pop up. And what would those side effects speed. Also the biggest concern. I think when it comes to kids is something called myocarditis and that's inflammation of the heart muscle and it's been seen a bit in vaccinations for adults. It seems to be most common though in young males so young men in their twenties as well as teen boys and because of that profile. Because it's more common among the younger adults that have been getting it. I think there's some concern that it might also be a side effect that pops up and kids and so i think regulators and companies in. Everyone just really wants to be sure that they have a handle on whether this is a risk or not and all of these trials. They're covering kids of all ages or just certain ages who is actually being studied right now so the trials happen in sort of a step down fashion. So that's why we have data and approval for twelve and upright now so when that data came back good these companies then moved onto five to eleven year olds which is likely to be the next category of children that we have data for and the next category that have authorized vaccines and then the companies will continue moving downward to younger and younger ages of children got it. So maybe for kids between five and eleven. They will have an answer about the vaccine in the next few months. Maybe this fall younger. Children may need to wait longer until that sort of step of studies has been done so it seems pretty safe to say from what you're telling me that it might be months or maybe many months before parents will have peace of mind about vaccinations for their kids. Am i reading that right. Yeah i mean. Unfortunately i think that's the case because the other thing is even once these companies release the data of course. The fda has to review it. I think that's expected to take at least a month. If not more and then of course you have to roll the vaccines out if they're going to be two doses again for kids. There's a period while you wait for the second shot and for immunity to kick in so it is safe to say that we are months away from widespread immunity. Young children. Got it which i think gets us into the next batch of questions. Hi my name. Is john leslie. And i live in rowayton connecticut and my question simply is. How dangerous is this virus to children under twelve years old. How many have gotten it. How many have been hospitalized. And how many have died. Hi my name is cassandra. and i live in minneapolis. I've seen several articles lately about children's hospitals being overrun with patients. But i haven't seen any clarification on whether the surge in kids is due to delta being more severe for them or whether the high numbers and children can be attributed to the fact that the majority of the child population as unvaccinated at this point. And i'm just wondering how concerned we need to be about the delta variant versus the original. Cove ed variant. Thanks so these two questions and a lot of others like them. Basically boil down to. How dangerous is this virus for kids. And how scared should parents be for their kids right now. Well i don't want to tell parents health scared. They should or shouldn't be but one of the very few silver linings of this pandemic and this virus is that it does seem to largely spare children. Most children especially young children have mild or even entirely a symptomatic cases. There was a recent study that showed that most kids recovered on their own in less than a week and symptoms when they do appear very often seem like a cold or a respiratory bug some other kind of common childhood illness. Serious and severe cases in children are rare but they do exist so far about one percent of children who get infected with the virus and up in the hospital and point a one percent end up dying so those are very low numbers. Those are low odds but of course if that one percent or point a one percent includes your kid that's not much consolation so there can be serious severe disease in children so just to be sure i understand of the kids who get the virus. Roughly one out of hundred ends up in the hospital and roughly one out of ten thousand actually dies from it. Yes based on the data that we have that's right and what do we know about the delta variant in all of this is the delta variant worse than other variants the delta variant is clearly more infectious. It is believed to be about twice as contagious as the original version of the virus and so a lot more people are catching it that includes kids and in fact it may be disproportionately affecting kids because no children under twelve vaccinated and this virus and delta is really mostly seeking out unvaccinated. People wrote the question of whether or not it causes. More severe disease is a little bit harder to say. Scientists think it is certainly possible. That delta is causing more severe disease. We just don't quite.

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"john leslie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"john leslie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

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"john leslie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

08:21 min | 3 months ago

"john leslie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Look at look at god come all the was the instant love or did you have any anger or resentment. How does that own. No no anger no raise our curious one thousand small. That's a small small town. How did she being a very popular person. An educator how do they get down to miami florida for a period of time for her to have us and she waited. She didn't just give us anybody to her credit. She waited to find the right person. Said i want you to have my sons. And then she went back and she never told anybody. So i and my brother we were secret while is thank all light. When country's secrets be different on the down down. South d'oro segers boy everywhere. I we have more with less and john. Leslie brennan when we come back. Is the breakfast club good morning. Everybody is. tj envy. Angela ye shall. I mean the guy we ought to. Breakfast club was kicking with motivational speakers. Less john leslie brown shlomi do. Do you feel pressure following your dad's footsteps not pressure. I feel first of all. I feel like i hit the parent jackpot. I so many young men don't have their fathers in their lives and my grandmother. Mrs mamie brown when dj envy talked about. What would dad might have been doing back in the day. May me brown beat some sense center less that. She made sure that he was hanging out with gangs in the neighborhood. My grandmother who adopted seven children. Who weren't they weren't her own. Her dream was to be a mother and as a mother. She wanted to do everything to keep them safe. And i because actually on a nineteen ninety-three mrs mamie brown. She passed away on my birthday from breast cancer. And it was the first time. Charlemagne that i ever saw my dad cry He held her hand as she took her last breath. And i was disturbing ten years ago. You know going into double digits. So i was learning from the adults around me how to be sad for the first time but a couple of days later during the funeral they asked if anyone wanted to get up and share stories about mrs mamie brown and there for the first time. I gave a speech about my grandmother. Hours shocked up. i have walked off whereas do afterwards. My dad lifted me with hopeful. Is they probably have some dollar signs in them too. He said son. There's greatness in you. There's a calling on your life. Your voice will carry the torch to the next generation next week. I was on tour introducing less brown. By the time i was fourteen. I was the highest paid team speaker in america so my dad didn't just sit me in the classroom. He sat me next to him in the board rooms. So that i can have access and exposure to create a better life for or paying you back there now. Oh i had to earn my stripes. So he did it. He earned but yes. By the time i was fourteen after just introducing him mastering little short speeches with him. I got my first requests in by fourteen. I was making twenty five hundred dollars an hour. Nice our our harvard effect. Yes the harvard offense. Give it all twenty two. Well he was making seventy thousand hours so he didn't even states two hundred twenty five thousand outside your outside. Wow and was asked about this book. Actually when i was a teenager. Because i had an audience. I was on punishment for now writing a book. That's the different level of standards is because that new business and he knew. I had an audience so many years later we had an opportunity to request to speak at harvard university. And this was a big deal for me. Dad's moment was in the georgia dome. Speaking before eight thousand people at what mine was at harvard university. And i was working to find out. How do you make a an a message relevant for this audience and the one thing that really stood out to me was a story about my dad working with The the microsoft and after the speech they said. Hey we heard you talking about your tannin. Twenty your goals mr brown. That's cute but we want to show you something. Took him in the back. Room pulled up a screen and said this is where our family will be. En- technology a hundred years from now. There was humbling. And so when you look at families that create massive wealth generational wealth. And as you know. Seventy percent of wealth has gone by the second generation and over ninety by the third generation. I say if. It's good enough for the the the gates family and toyota an amazon if they need hundred plans how can we create that in our community so that you don't just live your life. Take all your resources with you but you leave something behind for the next generation. Yes and so that we're doing now is i. I would say you are was future. Children there is no success as td jakes without successors and so their their experiences. That of i've had that they're people being pushed up and people being pushed off. I believe even at seventy seven. You'd never too old to learn. And you're never too young to teach in so i learned from you. I i watch you i. i've. I've seen some cared his come up at here. Those one brother. I wanted to take give out because i you know i. It was very very disrespect overman. Not calling name. Because i'm seventy. I got a good right but i can't fight in his defense he would would would. I might may have said about him. Could have been taken a disrespectful to. I understand yet but when things go wrong with and make a decision on the side of love rather than on the side of anger it you can get angry easily when anger is a wind that blows out the lamp of the mind. Can you motivate an unmotivated person. Yes conduct communications intelligence. Ask questions find out there. Sweets bought find out. What's keeping them up at night. And so i would tom that person the find out what drives them. What is it that they have something that they're interested in. And once i find that out. I wanna find out. When did they lose their voice. When when when is it that they lost their fire will all born. Please believe this with built in greatness but something happened that impacted us that we never found a way. Never got the help from somebody that can take us to a place in ourselves that we can't go by ourselves. The help us deal with it. So we can get past Because i believe that. All of us are reachable teachable and redeemable and all they need somebody with a caring heart. That will be patient enough to bring it out. Who less brown. I was word smart. And thank you sir. John thank you very much. Tell him to contact your man. Well you go ahead john lewis. Yes you could go to. Hungary to speak dot com and hungry to speak dot com. That's the best way to work with les brown in our community of speed speakers who are transforming the next generation. My dad's very passionate about helping people get their voices out there and they can also reach out at less brown at hungry to speak dot com. Reach out to us a little.

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"john leslie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"john leslie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Own country to probably thank you for your service. Who's this eighty scary day. Gary lord morning. Get it off your chest you said. You don't agree with withdrawing the troops. I don't agree what the men are. We drew. I just feel like my because i like. I love your friends And with gave brown in jake. It's kind of like a in. How do you feel that. Their troops are not fighting withdrawal. Never presidents out of town and westerly and fighting some of the army dancer win very brave rate young individuals and a lot of them. Didn't they probably take no. They won't stand up for what they believe Think a ashamed manner that we should focus our temper structures and it just building the building of the army or joe biden. Said he'd said in the tweet. Yesterday they was never there to do any nation building in afghanistan pretty much revenge less it now. I wonder what happened to. The afghan soldiers were fighting side by side with the. Us odes get it off vhs. Eight hundred five eight five one five one if you need to vent hit us up now with the breakfast club. Good morning your time to get it off your chest so the blast on the breakfast on your derek. What's up each hasbro. I'm completely trusted relatives. You know they can't give us we help. You can't cancel homelessness. I don't want any of our real problem that we have many hope. Let me industrial. I've got one there doing nothing that we bipolar. Helping three hundred thousand people who are just sending money over to taking the money too much doing nothing. We alison straddling nothing to wake up. We devote out other government. Because i just don't care the day for gory book and the other day letter all of them together. It followed them because they don't care and then it follows them right now. They're all just guys ready to go back to more for no reason and go does doing the same thing i would do. Everything is in our about. I warned us about and and just ready to happen all over again wanting to wake up. We're willing to take control of our government and i. What do we go to vote. We can own rights of espn to talked diesel man shoe and even school doors democrats all around but they can't. These people thought these people out. Thank you derrick allow. Who's this trait under south man. I'm from the eighty three south carolina to metro arrived. Probably get it off your chessman man. What happened to rap group. By the only rap group you got like what happened to the gucci and waka had waka was never know group. Little johnny got ranged. From armored got race murmured migos. The city girls girls. Yeah who else we got. I can't think of around him a group crew. I don't consider them a group now. Not a group. I consider them accrue not gonna gain right now. We just got to go out there in the league. We need more groups group days. I rang on it. You still got the locks. Don't you know last couple of days ago. New generation of they not only school their classic timeless vintage all right bravo. Thank you man. We talk about. Afghanistan has always one guy but like all that but what about the group. Everybody got their own issues and they own concerns. I'm not mad at him. That's the beauty of the world that we live right. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one zero. I got room all the way he asked about this lawsuit for halle berry. Imagine someone says you. They're going to give you a job and then they don't. Can you sue for. That will tell you what happen. All right. we'll get into.

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"john leslie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"john leslie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"His son is following in his footsteps. Oh also just don't here. Yeah for two years always talk about. I don't think they had any kids all right. Well let's get the show cracker front page news. What we're talking about well. Let's talk about what is happening in afghanistan. all right. we'll get into that. Next is to breath this club. Boy snow get she. Casey her me. She saw him.

"john leslie" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

04:24 min | 8 months ago

"john leslie" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

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Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness: Kinitra D. Brooks

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness

02:04 min | 8 months ago

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness: Kinitra D. Brooks

"Joining us. Today is dr caen. Brooks kimmy tra. Is the jury end john. Leslie endowed chair. In literary studies in the department of english at michigan state university. She also spent the two thousand eighteen twenty nineteen academic year as the advancing equity through research fellow at the hutchins center for african and african american research at harvard university. Where she worked on the project called the conjure women's garden black women's route working tradition caniggia's public scholarship specializes in the study of black women. Genre fiction and popular culture. She is the author of three books. The first searching for sickle racks lack women's haunting of contemporary harbor which is a critical treatment of black women in science fiction fantasy and horror the second sigur axes daughters in edited volume of short horror fiction written by black women and third the lemonade reader. Which is a collection of essays. On as twenty sixteen audiovisual project lemonade kenichiro designed and taught first ever college course dedicated to beyonce's with local national and international press coverage. She is also the co editor of the new sons book series at ohio state university. Press most recently you may have read her weekly blog series on. Hbo's lovecraft country published on the dot com where she provided pointing analysis of each episode and the ways they contended with contemporary art pop culture and critical race frameworks in the context of black lives and horror narratives. I am sure you are as excited as i am to learn more about current projects to welcome kenichiro you for me joy to be here. I've been following you and your work for some time now. I've been intrigued by your public. Scholarship and the way to use your platform to engage audiences critically but most importantly you're engaging audiences on issues related to blackness in a very accessible way so i'm eager to learn about your journey. So are you ready. I am

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"john leslie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They're dumb, Tom. I mean, allow kind of pedophile. Ring it in the basement of a pizza shop and vote on that basement. You're you're you're super. You're very, very good. I don't think anybody votes on that basis. I'm very surprised if more than a few 1000. It's possible I'll be. I'll be very surprised if more than a few 1000 Americans vote on that particular basis. People are not as stupid as you see, the thing is You're an elitist, John. And you think you're smarter than everybody else. And this is why you're not going to win an election for a long time. People like you are Why Donald Trump is going people people like you did that are calling Donald Trump supporters stupid Just because you think you're smarter than they are and that you know what's best for them. And you want the government to tell me what to do. Hold on. Let's let you respond. Elitist, John. And you're you're John. I'm going to give you the last word. You are the best thing ever for Donald Trump as released this election, John, I'm gonna John. Hold on. I'm gonna give you the last word, John. But I first of all I want to defend you by saying this. He just called you an elitist and you think you're smarter than everybody else? That is the definition of Donald Trump. Donald Trump thinks he knows everything. Donald Trump always thinks he's the smartest man in the world. Donald Trump is the definition. He and his family are the definition of elitist John. I'll give you the last word. Then we got to get to. Actually he's not Don't last word. I help somebody else when Donald Trump is attacked down your spawn, Okay, Chitti. Let John respond. You have a lot of people taking his response as him believing that he's this. He's this God of John just said John. I'm trying to get you in where I was, and I apologize. He was called stupid. He doesn't actually I'm not stupidity. I'm technically a genius. According to my wound. You gave your opinion, too, John. I just disagree with you. I give you mine. Can you please stop talking and let's just let John respond. Go ahead, John Leslie Stall proved that when they lie to your face, you must say you're lying right back. When you guys have that Republican guy on and he tries to railroad you, we've got to stop him. He's got to say that's not too straight to his face. Okay? J T. You're living proof that Donald Jr man. You just try to commandeer the conversation and you just filibuster and you just go on and on and on, And you got the photographic memory and you and you plow through the fact that you have in your brain But the bottom line. It's all crap, man. Hold on. If you want to talk about facts, every brain Brian literally has a checklist that he goes through when he talks about how Donald Trump is a bad person. Okay, so these aren't okay. Hold on. I'll get it. It's more hip hop. Jonah. Jonah. I appreciate the call John. I got to get to some other callers. You've gone to this check in. I please. Probably 101st of all you like to use it as an attack based on looks okay, so families can I respond, Charlottesville? You say the same thing over and over. And now John is accusing me of doing that. JD. This isn't a checklist. What I tell people and I'm very honest. Unlike some other people on the radio. What I do is I tell people why I dislike Donald Trump. Why? I think he's a horrific human being. There are plenty of instances in his life when he has attacked women in POWs and Gold star families and immigrants. These are the types of examples that I bring up because they're important example of why he is a horrible person. It's not a left wing talking point. It's not a quote unquote checklist as you like to bring what it is. Is me being honest with the people that are listening right now, and I think there's probably not a lot of people on the radio that are honest. They just say what the people want to hear, especially right wing talk radio instead of the host actually being honest, I believe many of the people on Fox News and right wing radio a lot of things they say they don't even truly believe in their heart. They just do it because those are the people that are listening. I refused to do a show like that. 2575396 Let's go to J. M. Jm. You're next on the Vegas Take what's going on. What's up Jam? You know, I just like I'm an independent. Totally. I don't care about Republicans or Democrats. I just look at things objectively. I just sit back and just watched. Well, wait a minute. Was that fair? And all with all due respect, is that fair to decided on and I'm just looking at things this know? Have a dog in the fight. And I'm saying, like, Wait a minute. You know if you just objected. A lot of people can't be objective because they hate Trump so much. So you let your feelings get a ball Get in the way of being a I understand, But I need to ask you a question. Hold on. Let me ask you a question and cut through it. You cannot be objected when you locate somebody so much. OK, So, Jay, I get that, But let's be specific. Now. What did Leslie stalls asking that interview that you thought was over the top of ridiculous. Well, let me give you a couple weeks ago. Uh, from the first presidential debate. I've never heard the whole Charlottesville comment. I maybe I'm the only one out of the sun decides to go look it up online and see exactly what he said. And I was like, Wait a minute. All this time I was taking it for granted. That he was saying It was good because I'm with the media with Phan and divided. Nobody's checking them, but he didn't say it and I'm like, wait a minute, he said. There were good people on both sides. I don't want to get into a debate with, you know, And of course, I'm not talking about the white supremacy with Nazis. J. J. J. J. J. J J J I'm a black man. Okay, Okay, let me give you some facts and then I don't want to debate you about this issue, he said there were good people on both sides. It took over 24 hours from to denounce any of those white supremacists in the ones. That we're carrying Tiki torches and the Jews will not replace this blood and soil. When the president watches Saturday night live or the second somebody attacks and whether it be a celebrity or a TV show, he immediately goes on. Social media goes on the attack there in times where it took him at least days to denounce white supremacy or even an attack on the governor of Michigan. Now, Jay, I want to ask J D. There's there's videos online doing 30 times. Please let me ask you a question. J..

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"john leslie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Edmund Halley's Hollow Earth hypothesis reminds me a little bit of our previous episode on Alfred Beginner. And his ideas on Continental Drift beginners conclusion was pretty close to write, but he did not really have a solid explanation for why it was to back that up. Hallie, on the other hand, did some solid work on the analysis and the explanation, although it did rest on Newton's incorrect calculation of the Earth, the density how these conclusions on the other hand, were wrong. Valli's work on this, though, did find some support. For example, Puritan Minister Cotton Mather of Massachusetts Bay Colony repeated Halley's ideas in the Christian philosopher in 17 29. 18th century Swiss mathematician Leonardo Oiler proposed his own variation on it, suggesting that the earth was hollow with the sun at the center and that the planet's interior might have its own civilisation. Similarly, Scottish physicist and mathematician Sir John Leslie suggested that the Earth was hollow with two suns inside. I love this sort of fanciful one upmanship. Fraley. Yeah, you're onto something, but is really two sons with two of them. And then there was John Cleves Simms. Sometimes he is called John Cleves Simms Junior to distinguish him from his uncle and namesake. The elder John both fought in and helped finance the Revolutionary War. He's also served as a delegate to the continental Congress. He bought a large tract of land in the Northwest territory from the government, and that was known as the Sims Purchase or the Miami purchase. One of the settlements there eventually became the city of Cincinnati. This purchase, though, also led the government to change how it dealt with this kind of land deal because the elder John Simms sold land that he did not actually own And the buyers had to re buy it from the government if they wanted to keep it. This was part of what lead to Alexander Hamilton's creation of the office of the Surveyor General and 17 90. Like his brother, Timothy Simms had also fought in the Revolutionary War. Afterward, he became judge of the court of Common Pleas in Sussex County, New Jersey, and he married a woman named Mercy Harker and one of their Children was the younger John Cleves. Simms, who was born on November 5th 17 80. Not a whole lot is known about the younger John's early life for his education, although in the words of his son America's, he had quote a good common English education, which in after life, he greatly improved through his great fondness for reading and an insatiable desire for knowledge. This younger John Cleves, Simms entered the U. S Army as an ensign on March 26 of 18 0, too, and he started working his way up through the ranks. In 18 07. He was injured in a duel with a fellow officer was over a kind of petty dispute that stretched back to an altercation with a different officer. Overcompensation during that second officer's furlough. I'd read a whole account of this that he wrote in a letter and I was like, man, this is just annoying and hard to follow. And now probably could've cleared it up about building. Simms was struck in the wrist in this duel. He never recovered his full range of motion Afterward. He did, apparently, though, later become friends with his opponent. Talking it out, would never work in 18 08. Simms married Mrs Mary and Poletti A. Lockwood, who was the widow of another fellow officer, captain Benjamin Lockwood. Marianne already had six Children, and she and John had four more together. By 18 12. Simms had been promoted to captain. He served in the war of 18 12 before being given an honorable discharge in 18 15. From there, he and his family moved to ST Louis, where he worked as a trader, both with the military outposts along the Mississippi River and with the indigenous people of the area. We really don't have a lot of detail about exactly what he traded or what his relationships were, like with all the people involved like that entire topic can be very fraught and I just don't have any information. Then, in a letter to a stepson that was written in 18 17. Simms mentioned that because of the curious formation of Saturn and its rings, he thought that all planets and globes were hollow. They did not explain in this letter. How exactly. He came to that conclusion Based on that information, did not say what it was about the rings of Saturn that led to his conclusion. The Earth was hollow to be specific, but in 18 18. Simms published announcement on this subject. It began. Quote light gives light to light Discover ad infinitum ST Louis, Missouri Territory. North America, April 10th 80 18 18. And then in all capital letters to all the world exclamation point. I declare the earth is hollow inhabitable within containing a number of solid concentric spheres one within the other and is open at the polls, 12 or 16 degrees. I pledge my life in support of this truth and I'm ready to explore the hollow if the world will support and aid me in the undertaking. John Cleves Sims of Ohio late Captain of Infantry. This makes me wonder what sort of grand announcement I would put under all caps to all the world. On. Then came the notation and B or nota bene, which means take note. Quote. I have read for the press, a treatise on the principles of the matter, wherein I show proofs of the above positions account for the phenomenon and disclosed Doctor Darwin's golden secret. My terms are the patronage of this and new worlds. I dedicate to my wife and 10 Children. I select Doctor s L..

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"john leslie" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Ideas on Continental Drift. Beginners. Conclusion was pretty close to write, but he did not really have a solid explanation for why it was to back that up. Hallie, on the other hand, did some solid work on the analysis and the explanation, although it did rest on Newton's incorrect calculation of the Earth, the density Halley's conclusions on the other hand word wrong. Holly's work on this, though, did find some support. For example, Puritan Minister Cotton Mather of Massachusetts Bay Colony repeated Halley's ideas in the Christian philosopher in 17 29. 18th century Swiss mathematician Leonardo Oiler proposed his own variation on it, suggesting that the earth was hollow with the sun at the center and that the planet's interior might have its own civilisation. Similarly, Scottish physicist and mathematician Sir John Leslie suggested that the Earth was hollow with two suns inside. I love this sort of fanciful one upmanship greatly. Yeah, you're onto something, but is really two sons with two of them. And then there was John Cleves Simms. Sometimes he is called John Cleves Simms Junior to distinguish him from his uncle and namesake. The elder John both fought in and helped finance the Revolutionary War. He's also served as a delegate to the continental Congress. He bought a large tract of land in the Northwest territory from the government, and that was known as the Sims Purchase or the Miami purchase. One of the settlements there eventually became the city of Cincinnati. This purchase, though, also led the government to change how it dealt with this kind of land deal because the elder John Simms sold land that he did not actually own And the buyers had to re buy it from the government if they wanted to keep it. This is part of what lead to Alexander Hamilton's creation of the office of the Surveyor General and 17 90. Like his brother, Timothy Simms had also fought in the Revolutionary War. Afterward, he became judge of the court of Common Pleas in Sussex County, New Jersey, and he married a woman named Mercy Harker and one of their Children was the younger John Cleves. Simms, who was born on November 5th 17 80. Not a whole lot is known about the younger John's early life for his education, although in the words of his son America's he had quote a good common English education, which in after life, he greatly improved through his great fondness for reading and an insatiable desire for knowledge. This younger John Cleves. Simms entered the U. S Army as an ensign on March 26th of 18 0, too, and he started working his way up through the ranks in 18 07. He was injured in a duel with a fellow officer. This is over a kind of petty dispute that stretched back to an altercation with a different officer Overcompensation during that second officer's furlough. I'd read a whole account of this that he wrote in a letter and I was like, man, this is just annoying and hard to follow. And now probably could have cleared it up. Think about building Simms was struck in the wrist in this duel. He never recovered his full range of motion. Afterward. He did, apparently, though, later become friends with his opponent. Talking it out, would never work. Of in 18 08. Simms married Mrs Mary and Poletti A. Lockwood, who was the widow of another fellow officer, captain Benjamin Lockwood. Marianne already had six Children, and she and John had four more together. By 18 12. Simms had been promoted to captain. He served in the war of 18 12 before being given an honorable discharge in 18 15. From there, he and his family moved to ST Louis, where he worked as a trader, both with the military outposts along the Mississippi River and with the indigenous people of the area. We really don't have a lot of detail about exactly what he traded or what his relationships were, like with all the people involved like that entire topic can be very fraught and I just don't have any information. Then, in a letter to a stepson that was written in 18 17. Simms mentioned that because of the curious formation of Saturn and its rings, he thought that all planets and globes were hollow. They did not explain in this letter. How exactly. He came to that conclusion based on that information, did not say what it was about the rings of Saturn that led to his conclusion. The Earth was hollow to be specific. But in 18 18. Simms published announcement on this subject. It began. Quote. Light gives light to light Discover ad infinitum ST Louis, Missouri Territory. North America, April 10th 80 18 18. And then in all capital letters to all the world exclamation point. I declare the earth is hollow and habitable within containing a number of solid concentric spheres, one within the other and is open at the polls, 12 or 16 degrees. I pledge my life in support of this truth, and I'm ready to explore the hollow if the world will support and aid me in the undertaking. John Cleves Sims of Ohio late Captain of Infantry. This makes me wonder what sort of grand announcement I would put under all caps to all the world on. Then came the notation and b or no. Devon A. Which means take note. Quote I have read for the press, a treatise on the principles of the matter wherein I show proofs of the above positions account for the phenomenon and disclosed Doctor Darwin's golden secret. My terms are the patronage of this and new worlds. I dedicate to my wife and 10 Children. I select Doctor s L..

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"john leslie" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on WTVN

"Edmund Halley's Hollow Earth hypothesis reminds me a little bit of our previous episode on Alfred Beginner. And his ideas on Continental Drift beginners conclusion was pretty close to write, but he did not really have a solid explanation for why it was to back that up. Hallie, on the other hand, did some solid work on the analysis and the explanation, although it did rest on Newton's incorrect calculation of the Earth density, how these conclusions on the other hand, word wrong. Halley's work on this, though, did find some support. For example, Puritan Minister Cotton Mather of Massachusetts Bay Colony repeated Halley's ideas in the Christian philosopher in 17 29. 18th century Swiss mathematician Leonardo Oiler proposed his own variation on it, suggesting that the earth was hollow with the sun at the center and that the planet's interior might have its own civilisation. Similarly, Scottish physicist and mathematician Sir John Leslie suggested that the earth was hollow with two suns inside. I love this sort of fanciful one upmanship. Fraley. Yeah, you're onto something, but is really two sons with two of them. And then there was John Cleves Simms. Sometimes he is called John Cleves Simms Junior to distinguish him from his uncle and namesake. The elder John both fought in and helped finance the Revolutionary War. He's also served as a delegate to the continental Congress. He bought a large tract of land in the Northwest territory from the government, and that was known as the Sims Purchase or the Miami purchase. One of the settlements there eventually became the city of Cincinnati. This purchase, though, also led the government to change how it dealt with this kind of land deal because the elder John Simms sold land that he did not actually own And the buyers had to re buy it from the government if they wanted to keep it. This is part of what lead to Alexander Hamilton's creation of the office of the Surveyor General and 17 90. Like his brother, Timothy Simms had also fought in the Revolutionary War. Afterward, he became judge of the court of Common Pleas in Sussex County, New Jersey, and he married a woman named Mercy Harker and one of their Children was the younger John Cleves. Simms, who was born on November 5th 17 80. Not a whole lot is known about the younger John's early life for his education, although in the words of his son America's, he had quote a good common English education, which in after life, he greatly improved through his great fondness for reading and an insatiable desire for knowledge. This younger John Cleves, Simms entered the U. S Army as an ensign on March 26th of 18 0, too, and he started working his way up through the ranks. In 18, or seven he was injured in a duel with a fellow officer was over a kind of petty dispute that stretched back to an altercation with a different officer. Overcompensation during that second officer's furlough. I'd read a whole account of this that he wrote in a letter and I was like, man, this is just annoying and hard to follow, and now probably could have cleared it up without building. Simms was struck in the wrist in this duel. He never recovered his full range of motion Afterward. He did, apparently, though, later become friends with his opponent. Talking it out, would never work in 18 08. Simms married Mrs Mary and Poletti A. Lockwood, who was the widow of another fellow officer, captain Benjamin Lockwood. Marianne already had six Children, and she and John had four more together. By 18 12. Simms had been promoted to captain. He served in the war of 18 12 before being given an honorable discharge in 18 15. From there, he and his family moved to ST Louis, where he worked as a trader, both with the military outposts along the Mississippi River and with the indigenous people of the area. We really don't have a lot of detail about exactly what he traded or what his relationships were, like with all the people involved like that entire topic can be very fraught and I just don't have any information. Then, in a letter to a stepson that was written in 18 17. Simms mentioned that because of the curious formation of Saturn and its rings, he thought that all planets and globes were hollow. They did not explain in this letter. How exactly. He came to that conclusion Based on that information, did not say what it was about the rings of Saturn that led to his conclusion. The Earth was hollow to be specific, but in 18 18. Simms published announcement on this subject. It began. Quote light gives light to light Discover ad infinitum ST Louis, Missouri Territory. North America, April 10th 80 18 18. And then in all capital letters to all the world exclamation point. I declare the earth is hollow and habitable within containing a number of solid concentric spheres, one within the other and is open at the polls, 12 or 16 degrees. I pledge my life in support of this truth, and I'm ready to explore the hollow if the world will support and aid me in the undertaking. John Cleves Sims of Ohio late Captain of Infantry. This makes me wonder what sort of grand announcement I would put under all caps to all the world. On. Then came the notation and B or nota bene, which means take note. Quote. I have read for the press, a treatise on the principles of the matter, wherein I show proofs of the above positions account for the phenomenon and disclosed Doctor Darwin's golden secret. My terms are the patronage of this and new worlds. I dedicate to my wife and 10 Children. I select Doctor s L..

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"john leslie" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on KTOK

"Edmund Halley's Hollow Earth hypothesis reminds me a little bit of our previous episode on Alfred Begging. And his ideas on Continental Drift beginners conclusion was pretty close to write, but he did not really have a solid explanation for why it was to back that up. Hallie, on the other hand, did some solid work on the analysis and the explanation, although it did rest on Newton's incorrect calculation of the Earth, the density Halley's conclusions on the other hand word wrong. Valli's work on this, though, did find some support. For example, Puritan Minister Cotton Mather of Massachusetts Bay Colony repeated Halley's ideas in the Christian philosopher in 17 29. 18th century Swiss mathematician Leonardo Oiler proposed his own variation on it, suggesting that the earth was hollow with the sun at the center and that the planet's interior might have its own civilisation. Similarly, Scottish physicist and mathematician Sir John Leslie suggested that the Earth was hollow with two suns inside. I love this sort of fanciful one upmanship freight like, Yeah, you're onto something, but is really two sons, two of them. And then there was John Cleves Simms. Sometimes he is called John Cleves Simms Junior to distinguish him from his uncle and namesake. The elder John both fought in and helped finance the Revolutionary War. He's also served as a delegate to the continental Congress. He bought a large tract of land in the Northwest territory from the government, and that was known as the Sims Purchase or the Miami purchase. One of the settlements there eventually became the city of Cincinnati. This purchase, though, also led the government to change how it dealt with this kind of land deal because the elder John Simms sold land that he did not actually own And the buyers had to re buy it from the government if they wanted to keep it. This is part of what lead to Alexander Hamilton's creation of the office of the Surveyor General and 17 90. Like his brother, Timothy Simms had also fought in the Revolutionary War. Afterward, he became judge of the court of Common Pleas in Sussex County, New Jersey, and he married a woman named Mercy Harker and one of their Children was the younger John Cleves. Simms, who was born on November 5th 17 80. Not a whole lot is known about the younger John's early life for his education, although in the words of his son America's he had quote a good common English education, which in after life, he greatly improved through his great fondness for reading and an insatiable desire for knowledge. This younger John Cleves. Simms entered the U. S Army as an ensign on March 26 of 18 0, too, and he started working his way up through the ranks in 18 07. He was injured in a duel with a fellow officer. This was over a kind of petty dispute that stretched back to an altercation with a different officer Overcompensation during that second officer's furlough. I'd read a whole account of this that he wrote in a letter and I was like, man, this is just annoying and hard to follow, and now probably could have cleared it up without building. Simms was struck in the wrist in this duel. He never recovered his full range of motion. Afterward. He did, apparently, though, later become friends with his opponent. Talking it out, would never work. Of in 18 08. Simms married Mrs Mary and Poletti A. Lockwood, who was the widow of another fellow officer, captain Benjamin Lockwood. Marianne already had six Children, and she and John had four more together. By 18 12. Simms had been promoted to captain. He served in the war of 18 12 before being given an honorable discharge in 18 15. From there, he and his family moved to ST Louis, where he worked as a trader, both with the military outposts along the Mississippi River and with the indigenous people of the area. We really don't have a lot of detail about exactly what he traded or what his relationships were, like with all the people involved like that entire topic can be very fraught and I just don't have any information. Then, in a letter to a stepson that was written in 18 17. Simms mentioned that because of the curious formation of Saturn and its rings, he thought that all planets and globes were hollow. They did not explain in this letter. How exactly. He came to that conclusion based on that information, did not say what it was about the rings of Saturn that led to his conclusion. The Earth was hollow to be specific. But in 18 18. Simms published announcement on this subject. It began. Quote. Light gives light to light Discover ad infinitum ST Louis, Missouri Territory. North America, April 10th 80 18 18. And then in all capital letters to all the world exclamation point. I declare the earth is hollow and habitable within containing a number of solid concentric spheres, one within the other and is open at the polls, 12 or 16 degrees. I pledge my life in support of this truth, and I'm ready to explore the hollow if the world will support and aid me in the undertaking. John Cleves Sims of Ohio late Captain of Infantry. This makes me wonder what sort of grand announcement I would put under all caps to all the world. On. Then came the notation and B or nota bene, which means take note. Quote. I have read for the press, a treatise on the principles of the matter, wherein I show proofs of the above positions account for the phenomenon and disclosed Doctor Darwin's golden secret. My terms are the patronage of this and new worlds. I dedicate to my wife and 10 Children. I select Doctor s L. Mitchell, Sir H..

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"john leslie" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Edmund Halley's Hollow Earth hypothesis reminds me a little bit of our previous episode on Alfred Beginner and his ideas on Continental Drift. Beginners. Conclusion was pretty close to write, but he did not really have a solid explanation for why it was to back that up. Hallie, on the other hand, did some solid work on the analysis and the explanation, although it did rest on Newton's incorrect calculation of the Earth density. Halley's conclusions, on the other hand, weren't wrong. Halley's work on this, though, did find some support. For example, Puritan Minister Cotton Mather of Massachusetts Bay Colony repeated Halley's ideas in the Christian philosopher in 17 29. 18th century Swiss mathematician Leonardo Oiler proposed his own variation on it, suggesting that the earth was hollow with the sun at the center and that the planet's interior might have its own civilization. Similarly, Scottish physicist and mathematician Sir John Leslie suggested that the earth was hollow with two Suns inside. I love this sort of fanciful one upmanship. Fraley. Yeah, you're onto something, but it's really two sons. And then there was John Cleves Simms. Sometimes he is called John Cleves Simms Junior to distinguish him from his uncle and namesake. The elder John both fought in and helped finance the Revolutionary War. He's also served as a delegate to the continental Congress. He bought a large tract of land in the Northwest territory from the government, and that was known as the Sims Purchase or the Miami purchase. One of the settlements there eventually became the city of Cincinnati. This purchase, though, also led the government to change how it dealt with this kind of land deal because the elder John Simms sold land that he did not actually own and the buyers had to re buy it from the government if they wanted to keep it. This is part of what lead to Alexander Hamilton's creation of the office of the Surveyor General and 17 90, like his brother, Timothy Simms, had also fought in the Revolutionary War. Afterward, he became judge of the court of Common Pleas in Sussex County, New Jersey, and he married a woman named Mercy Harker and one of their Children was the younger John Cleves. Simms, who was born on November 5th 17 80. Not a whole lot is known about the younger John's early life for his education, although in the words of his son America's he had quote a good common English education, which in after life, he greatly improved through his great fondness for reading and an insatiable desire for knowledge. With younger John Cleves. Simms entered the U. S Army as an ensign on March 26 of 18 0, too, and he started working his way up through the ranks in 18 07. He was injured in a duel with a fellow officer was over a kind of petty dispute that stretched back to an altercation with a different officer. Overcompensation during that second officer's furlough. I'd read a whole account of this that he wrote in a letter and I was like, man, this is just annoying and hard to follow, and now probably could have cleared it up found building. Simms was struck in the wrist in this duel. He never recovered his full range of motion. Afterward. He did, apparently, though, later become friends with his opponent. Talking it out, would never work. Of in 18 08. Simms married Mrs Mary and Poletti A. Lockwood, who was the widow of another fellow officer, captain Benjamin Lockwood. Marianne already had six Children, and she and John had four more together. By 18 12. Simms had been promoted to captain. He served in the war of 18 12 before being given an honorable discharge in 18 15. From there, he and his family moved to ST Louis, where he worked as a trader, both with the military outposts along the Mississippi River and with the indigenous people of the area. We really don't have a lot of detail about exactly what he traded or what his relationships were, like with all the people involved like that entire topic can be very fraught and I just don't have any information. Then, in a letter to a stepson that was written in 18 17. Simms mentioned that because of the curious formation of Saturn and its rings. He thought that all planets and globes were hollow. They did not explain in this letter. How exactly. He came to that conclusion Based on that information, did not say what it was about the rings of Saturn that led to his conclusion. The Earth was hollow to be specific, but in 18 18. Simms published announcement on this subject. It began. Quote light gives light to light Discover ad infinitum ST Louis, Missouri Territory. North America, April 10th 80 18 18. And then in all capital letters to all the world exclamation point. I declare the earth is hollow inhabitable within containing a number of solid concentric spheres one within the other and is open at the polls, 12 or 16 degrees. I pledge my life in support of this truth and I'm ready to explore the hollow if the world will support and aid me in the undertaking. John Cleves Sims of Ohio late Captain of Infantry. This makes me wonder what sort of grand announcement I would put under all caps to all the world. On. Then came the notation and B or nota bene, which means take note. Quote. I have read for the press, a treatise on the principles of the matter, wherein I show proofs of the above positions account for the phenomenon and disclosed Doctor Darwin's golden secret. My terms are the patronage of this and new worlds. I dedicate to my wife and 10 Children. I select Doctor s L..

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"john leslie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Idea was a little bit fanciful. And in one writing, he noted that readers should quote Lay no more stress upon this conceit than it will bear. But he also seemed to be really rather fond of this hypothesis. In his last official portrait, painted by Michael Dahl in 17 36 Halley is holding a reproduction of the nested Earth diagram that had been printed in philosophical transactions in 16 92. So while Halley's ideas about the structure of the Earth weren't correct, they were based on data. John Cleves. Simms, on the other hand, had his own ideas and they came from nobody is quite sure where Edmund Halley's hollow Earth hypothesis reminds me a little bit of our previous episode on Alfred Beginner and his ideas on Continental Drift beginners conclusion was pretty close to write, but he did not really have a solid explanation for why it was to back that up. Hallie, on the other hand, did some solid work on the analysis and the explanation, although it did rest on Newton's incorrect calculation of the Earth, the density. Halley's conclusions, on the other hand, weren't wrong. Kelly's work on this, though, did find some support. For example, Puritan Minister Cotton Mather of Massachusetts Bay Colony repeated Halley's ideas in the Christian philosopher in 17 29. 18th century Swiss mathematician Leonardo Oiler proposed his own variation on it, suggesting that the earth was hollow with the sun at the center and that the planet's interior might have its own civilization. Similarly, Scottish physicist and mathematician Sir John Leslie suggested that the Earth was hollow with two Suns inside. I love this sort of fanciful one upmanship greatly. Yeah, you're onto something, but it's really two sons with two of them. And then there was John Cleves Simms. Sometimes he is called John Cleves Simms Junior to distinguish him from his uncle and namesake. The elder John both fought in and helped finance the Revolutionary War. He's also served as a delegate to the continental Congress. He bought a large tract of land in the Northwest territory from the government, and that was known as the Sims Purchase or the Miami purchase. One of the settlements there eventually became the city of Cincinnati. This purchase, though, also led the government to change how it dealt with this kind of land deal because the elder John Simms sold land that he did not actually own and the buyers had to re buy it from the government if they wanted to keep it. This is part of what lead to Alexander Hamilton's creation of the office of the Surveyor General and 17 90, like his brother, Timothy Simms, had also fought in the Revolutionary War. Afterward, he became judge of the court of Common Pleas in Sussex County, New Jersey, and he married a woman named Mercy. Harker and one of their Children was the younger John Cleves. Simms, who was born on November, 5th. 17 80. Not a whole lot is known about the younger John's early life for his education, although in the words of his son America's He had quote a good common English education, which in after life, he greatly improved through his great fondness for reading and an insatiable desire for knowledge. This younger John Cleves sins entered the U. S Army as an ensign on March 26 of 18 0, too, and he started working his way up through the ranks. In 18, or seven he was injured in a duel with a fellow officer over a kind of petty dispute that stretched back to an altercation with a different officer Overcompensation during that second officer's furlough. I'd read a whole account of this that he wrote in a letter and I was like, man, this is just annoying and hard to follow, and now probably could've cleared it up found building. Simms was struck in the wrist in this duel. He never recovered his full range of motion Afterward. He did, apparently, though, later become friends with his opponent. Talking it out, would never work in 18 08. Simms married Mrs Mary and Poletti A. Lockwood, who was the widow of another fellow officer, captain Benjamin Lockwood. Marianne already had six Children, and she and John had four more together. By 18 12. Simms had been promoted to captain. He served in the war of 18 12 before being given an honorable discharge in 18 15. From there, he and his family moved to ST Louis, where he worked as a trader, both with the military outposts along the Mississippi River and with the indigenous people of the area. We really don't have a lot of detail about exactly what he traded or what his relationships were, like with all the people involved like that entire topic can be very fraught and I just don't have any information. Then, in a letter to a stepson that was written in 18 17. Simms mentioned that because of the curious formation of Saturn and its rings. He thought that all planets and globes were hollow. They did not explain in this letter. How exactly. He came to that conclusion based on that information, did not say what it was about the rings of Saturn that led to his conclusion. The Earth was hollow to be specific. But in 18 18. Simms published announcement on this subject. It began. Quote. Light gives light to light Discover ad infinitum ST Louis, Missouri Territory. North America, April 10th 80 18 18. And then in all capital letters to all the world exclamation point. I declare the earth is hollow and habitable within containing a number of solid concentric spheres, one within the other and is open at the polls, 12 or 16 degrees. I pledge my life in support of this truth, and I'm ready to explore the hollow if the world will support and aid me in the undertaking. John Cleves Sims of Ohio late Captain of Infantry. This makes me wonder what sort of grand announcement I would put under all caps to all the world on. Then came the notation and b or no. Devon A. Which means take note. Quote. I have read for the press, a treatise on the principles of the matter. Wary, and I show proofs of the above positions account for the phenomenon and disclosed Doctor Darwin's golden secret. My terms are the patronage of this and new worlds. I dedicate to my wife and 10 Children. I select Doctor s L..

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"john leslie" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

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"john leslie" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"john leslie" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And mastered but it somehow takes an unexpected left turns and things ultimately end up rotten for us because of it resulting in our eventual extinction customers in the first philosopher to think about existential risks but he innovated how we see them here is Boston's colleague philosopher Toby ord thinking about eccentrics really started in the twentieth century with the advantis nuclear weapons and the threat of a major nuclear war in the nineteen sixties said Bertrand Russell wrote about the threat of human extinction due to nuclear weapons and in the nineteen eighties there are a few people only civil tenuously hi the the bigger picture about extinction Jonathan shall I'll say again and Derek policy then in the nineteen nineties John Leslie wrote a fantastic book on extinction hold the end of the world and then in the two thousand Ostrom my colleague he really makes a large number of major breakthroughs on this area he was the one who expanded account from extinction to existential risk including a large number of other possibilities but they all have in common is that they would be imminent loss of humanity's potential Nick Bostrom realize that there are other possible outcomes of existential catastrophes beyond just the extinction of our species there are he realized some fates for humanity that are even worse than death there is of course subsequent ruination like Greg where our technology takes a bad turn in extinction follows later Bostrom also realize that we humans don't actually need to go extinct to undergo an existential catastrophe there are some scenarios where we could be broken as a species left to limp along indefinitely without the possibility of ever regaining the place in history where we fell from perhaps the virus killed most of humanity and the genetic bottleneck that resulted led to humans who are no longer capable of solving extremely complex problems well he lost the ability to coordinate with one another in large groups our species will be alive sure but our existence would be a shadow of what it was before and the potential sunny future that may have been in store for humanity will be lost forever eventually this loss of potential would.

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"john leslie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"john leslie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Case you know it and here's Bruce thanks our folks this is all the suffered what about this morning the suspect wanted for a deadly stabbing outside of oxen hill Popeye's restaurant last week has been taken into custody a city police investigating a Wednesday afternoon shooting in southeast Baltimore detectors are not released any information on suspects or motive bottomless also identified a suspect in the October nineteenth shooting the order the man and the thirty nine Blanka ridge Croft road they have a wrist worn out now for thirty six year old clearance more junior a charging him with first degree attempted murder assault and hand gun violations the opioid response working group convened by Baltimore county executive John Leslie I hasn't released its final report addressing the opioid epidemic last year boulder county three hundred forty eight people died from opioid related overdoses up from three hundred and twenty three and twenty seventeen sports next this is pastor David Wilson a cover Bible Presbyterian church for the moment of truth Jesus promised us and is worried that the gates of hell will not prevail against his church not that that is stop the devil and his minions from trying from the killing fields in Cambodia to the gulag to the Soviet Union from the re education system in China to the Muslim extremists in the Middle East from the wickedness of Planned Parenthood to the evil of drag queens story hour the attacks continue to come against the body of Christ but that charge which is called to be salt and light in this evil world has preserve the culture in the midst of the bond Shuri and despair it's been a beacon of hope through the faithfulness of its members whether it was Wilberforce from your font offer or way of both gods people have taken a stand against evil and now in the twenty first century we continue to look for righteous people in a land him god would use to stem the tide of carpet Judith.

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"john leslie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"john leslie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is this for children never seen. before. they can be the best with your thoughts. that was you know and and does that memory in here and add still gives me shivers the fact that the you know it's something that was my goal my old I was to be on a world champion team were able to do that again great bag contains so. with the the most special stab in my life on the one we need to deal down that that we're gonna be World Championship so it was it was worth all the work and everything that we've been doing me previously in my career that be able to get over the hump there. and you know lastly they were they were saying you know John Elway was better because he had a running back but in that game Terrell Davis was seen double evidently you had some now we probably wouldn't let him finish the game because he had sent out by a head injury right so. yeah I'm I agree right before halftime and so thank god he was able to get rid of that but you're right I'm not sure you detain these day and I'm not sure you can get back on the field but I can't show you what kind of guide for all day with the topics that he played with and was able to come out be the MVP and really allowed to run the football the the the the front for us did a tremendous job too so great to be a part of that team John Leslie which everyone know if they have suffering from two buttons could contractually he would do. yeah Paxon and dot com and then there's the need all the information there and something that they may think they have the condition may have ideas you up following politics at all these days. I tried it all it does is make me mad so therefore I try not to follow it nearly as much I guess they focused on the football team all right to it that's a that's a world you're in now John Elway thanks so much. yeah same here Tony listen Indiana Tony. okay. Hey Brian Hey listen to me this whole Ukraine bangles just a back door way of getting at by this annoying trump.

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U.S.-China trade talks end with no deal

All Things Considered

09:48 min | 2 years ago

U.S.-China trade talks end with no deal

"So before we talk about what's next. Let's catch up on what happened. Chinese negotiators were in Washington this week to meet with members of the Trump administration. What actually happened at these talks? Well, the Chinese vice premier you who who is very high up in the government came to Washington Thursday, the two sides met Thursday evening, then again on Friday. They broke off rather early in the afternoon saying they would meet again at some point in the future. But there hasn't been any meetings scheduled at this. Point. Although President Trump is supposed to meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping at the twenty summit in Japan in June at the beginning of the week. President Trump put out some angry tweets accusing the Chinese of reneging on some commitments. They had made what do we know about that? I think in general there's a real feeling in the Trump administration that China has a history of making promises about changing its business practices and then not following through on them, especially on issues, like intellectual property theft and the forced transfer of technology. So there's been a lot of unhappiness about that. And then this week the president said because of the China had reneged on its commitments. He was prepared to raise existing tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports from ten to twenty five percent and in that actually happened on Friday. And the president said today that he wants even more tariffs on China. Would it be fair to assume that China might retaliate? And if so how. Yeah, I mean, the president has ordered his staff to draw paperwork to put tariffs on, you know, another three hundred billion dollars in imports. Which would mean there would be. There would be tariffs on just about everything. China sells to the US clothes furniture food. Products machinery intermediate goods that go into manufacturing and China has said it will retaliate with tariffs of its own. I'm so this would reach really far into the economies of both countries just about everything brought into into the United States would have this extra cost tacked onto it these these are the two largest economies in the world. So this will be a huge deal both for these countries and for the global economy. What do we think will happen if they can't resolve their differences? You know, who knows there are some big issues on the table right now, you we really can't gloss over them at the same time. There's a certain amount of posturing going on, you know, President Trump considers himself the dealmaker. So you have to ask how much of this is just a kind of a negotiating ploy. Just posturing because both countries are at the same time. They're they're saying all this. They're also saying the talks will continue. I mean, the Chinese vice premier said today in an interview he said small setbacks are. Normal and inevitable during negotiations. He said he's he's optimistic and President Trump put out a tweet yesterday saying he still has a good relationship with Jean ping. So teams like the temperature has come down a bit. All right. That's NPR's. Jim zarroli? Jim. Thank you. You're welcome. China was a major buyer of US soybeans until last year when they all but stop these imports in retaliation for Trump's tariffs. That's been hard on American farmers who have long grown the crop. We've been following the story for some time now. So we reached at once again to John Wesley Boyd. He's a farmer in Baskerville Virginia. And he's with us once again, welcome back. Thanks so much for joining us once again and thank you for having me, Michelle. It's wonderful to be here. Well, the last time we spoke with you, which is in December of last year. You had too many soybeans you had nobody to buy them. You said your grain elevator was full of soybeans, and you were trying to wait out this ninety day truce called by the US and China to see how the tariffs would shake out. But what's been happening since then, we'll basically the situation has not improved for myself and other American foams, the price is still around eight dollars of Bush and President Trump said that all of this stuff would be over in a few months and this week he came up with something else with China and right now is difficult for farmers to actually bomb. Money for operating moans. If you try to tell a banker that the going rate is eight dollars bushel, and you really don't see any relief in sight. It makes it difficult for farmers like myself to bar Afam operating money to make plans, and you know, the president says just wait it out. But I might end the position to wait it out. You know, we have to plan a season to hate just got off my tractor and Hopton here on the Senate view. So I can talk about this because right now, I'm actually still planning so beans than I thought as a foam that the price would breakthrough by now. But right now, we had a stalemate with the president. And the price has not improved for myself and other American farmers. We know in July of last year. The Trump administration announced that there would be this twelve billion dollar bailout program for farmers who were hurt by the trade wars. Have you seen any of that money? I haven't seen the damage that money, and I've been calling and calling USDA, and they continue to say that the funds are in process and the funds are going to be sent to me. I have yet to receive these funds, and I've reached out to the agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue to ask him for a meeting to see why the payments late to foam, like myself, another small-scale femme around the country, and that mating has fell upon deficit and blind eyes. And I want to mention that you are also head of the national black farmers association. So you have some experience in dealing with a fficials not just this administration. But prior administrations kind of representing their interests, I presume, we've talked to a number of the other farmers who are member of this association. Is there experienced similar to yours? Absolutely. And they complain in every day. And so the listening audience is clear I have met with every agriculture secretary since Jimmy Carter's administration, both Republican and democrat. And this is the only administration that has not came to the table, and at least had a meeting Greek and femme Cohen, you what's going on is the administration have any answers for the future of soybeans. And and and I'm ready to actually administration those questions, and they refused to come to the table. So so what are you in some of the other smaller farmers doing to keep your heads above water right now? But right now, I'm taking a huge risk by planning soybeans. Because like I said, I don't know what the outcome of this is going to be. But this year, I am changing a little bit. And I'm taking a chance on planning some hemp and working with the Virginia agricultural secretary on getting a license to plan hemp. So I'm going to take a chance in plant one hundred acres of hamp, I've never grown any before. But it's legal. And I think that myself and other farmers may see it as a as an out or or new income for me. Proportions. We actually did some research on this. And we saw in Indiana, where farmers have started growing and selling hemp because as you mentioned less just farm Bill made it easier for reasons, we don't have time to go into that week here from Indiana that farmers are bringing in about one hundred to three hundred dollars more per acre compared to corn and soybeans. This is according to Purdue University industrial hemp project. So you mentioned that in January, President Trump addressed a conference of farmers in Louisiana. He said that a farmers can just wait out the initial stages of this trade, war conflict, or whatever it is. He said that their livelihoods would come back, and they'd be better than ever. I mean is that you think hemp is one answer to that. Thank heavens, certainly an opportunity for small-scale farmers like myself, and I see the future of agriculture in trouble on the major commodities such as corn wheat. And so it beings because these prices are too low for farmers to stay in business. And is that because the timing is sexy. That waiting it out has different meaning in farming than it does in other jobs, for example. Right like waiting for you have to plan. So far ahead that you can't just it is not a ninety day problem is that is that what I'm hearing from you, exactly. And for the people that are listening most Americans pay the bills, every thirty days pharma's, pay the bills basically twice a year. Like right now, I'm getting ready to sell my win a wheat which is coming for harvest next month. So receive a payday they're hopefully as a fair pay day, and then my soybean crop a later on this fall. So we plan operations a year round. And I thought by now that there would be a big change in the commodity price off for soybeans, and that's simply hasn't happened. And this president is playing footsie with American agriculture in American farmers here. So why do you say that he seems to believe that this stance will yield benefits in the long run that they'll be short term pain, but a long-term gain. Do you? Feel like the he doesn't understand your business. Or what what are you just where you are right now? What do you think if I was in any kind of leadership in his administration in agriculture department, and you saw this coming down the pike then immediately? The agriculture department should have open more trade avenues for American farmers. So you closed ninety percent of the biggest purchaser for American soybeans, which was China, and you don't open up other channels for alternative markets. Somebody dropped the ball here. That's John Wesley. Boy, he's a farmer in Baskerville Virginia. He grows corn. Soybeans, and we'd as he just told us in he's thinking about planning hemp and the coming months, and he was kind of to join us from Richmond Virginia, John, Leslie, boy, thanks so much for talking to us once again, thank you. So we'd like to know we did reach out to the department of agriculture for comment on Mr. Boyd statements about the status of the bailout funds. He's applied for but we have not yet received a response by the time. We went on the

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