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The Grand Canyon

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

06:00 min | 6 months ago

The Grand Canyon

"Have you ever heard of the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is the Whitest Canyon in the world and located in Arizona which also happens to be my home state. It's also considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The Grand Canyon is two hundred seventy seven miles long up to eighteen miles wide in over six thousand feet deep in places. It's very colorful a combination of reds browns whites and many other colors because each of the different layers or strata were formed at different times during the Earth's history. The Earth is very very old so the Grand Canyon is made up of different rocks from its two billion year old history early on the Grand Canyon was actually a mountain which overtime sunk down until it was flat. Then is the earth shifted. It became a canyon and over a very long period was even underwater. Eventually a river started flowing through the Canyon which is now known as the Colorado River. The water in the river was full of rocks. So over. Millions of years the river acted like sandpaper. Shaving down the canyon this is called erosion today. When you look at the Grand Canyon you can see the different layers in it similar to a layered cake. Some of the layers are white. Limestone other layers are filled with shells from was underwater and the upper layers are dark and reformed by a volcano after the Grand Canyon was formed into what it looks like today around three thousand years ago native people who now call the ancestral publians live near the Grand Canyon. They built homes out of stone and farmed corn squash and beans. They made carvings and paintings on Canyon walls which is one way we know they live there. Another group who lived there were called the co Nina for the ancestors of the modern Yuma Havasu Pie and who a lot by people who still live around the Grand Canyon. The native people call the Grand Canyon. Cab which means mountain on its side. The ancient people believed the Grand Canyon was a holy place and often visited for miles around to experience. It's wonder after Europeans discovered the new World Francisco Vasquez Coronado and a group of Spanish explorers were in the area. Searching for the fabled seven cities of Cipolla in fifteen forty Coronado ordered captain Garcia Lopez de Cardenas and. His soldiers to explore the area they and their Hopi native guides where the first European to see the wonders of the Grand Canyon. They were amazed at its size and fastness. Two hundred years passed until another European visited the canyon in seventeen seventy six to Spanish priests Francisco Dominguez and Sylvester de Escalate into explored southern Utah and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the eighteen fifties. They were followed. By Jacob Hamlin a Mormon explorer sent by Brigham Young to find a way to cross the river. They made friends with the WHO a lot by tribe and found the crossing discovered by the Spanish priests which later became Lee's ferry. A theory is a place where a flat boat helps wagons and people cross the river then in eighteen sixty nine major John. Wesley Powell led the first expedition down into the Canyon. He had set out to explore the Colorado River and the Canyon. They wrote down the river on a boat and survived the dangerous rapids and finally ended up in what is now known as MOAB UTAH. John Wesley Powell later became famous for the founding of the Boy Scouts of America. In one thousand nine hundred three. President Theodore Roosevelt visited the Grand Canyon and marveled at its beauty. Teddy Roosevelt was known for his love of nature and spent much of his time outdoors in the Grand Canyon. He did everything he could to help. Preserve its natural. Wonder he worked to make it a national monument and believe places like the Grand Canyon should be preserved so people all over the world can enjoy it. All Roosevelt was president. He formed the National Parks Association to help. Save places like the Grand Canyon today. The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous places to visit in the world with about five million visitors every year. Who come from all over to see and explore it. Most people just come to look out over the vast canyon. I've been there a few times with my family. It's about a four hour. Drive from US where we live near Phoenix Arizona. The last time I went we brought our foreign kids who also looked out over it in awe. We had to hold them close to us because the canyon is a very steep drop below which made us very nervous. When I was in high school our family and a group of other families hiked down into the part of the canyon known as Havasu Pie. We drove there early in the morning and had all of our camping gear and food loaded onto the back of mules. Then we hiked about four hours down into the Canyon at the bottom of the trail. The huge picturesque Havasu falls. You can swim at the falls. Jump off cliffs and hike further into see and swim in the waterfalls. Our trip was very fun but took a turn for the worse when one of the days I slept on Iraq and twisted my ankle pretty bad the next day we were supposed to hike out so my close friend. I got up early and started hiking. I live most of the way. Even up the steep switch-backs. It was a rough hike out but the waterfalls and swimming holes made it worth it anyway along with hiking people take helicopter tours over the Grand Canyon love to raft the Wild Colorado River. They also take horseback tours down into the Canyon. And it's very popular. Hike it from Rim Durham. By sisters in their friends. Do this recently. Another main attraction is the Grand Canyon. Skywalk which lets you walk on a glass bottom path out over the canyon so you can look at the drop far

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Several times before gushing episodes of the Mickey Mouse club spinning Marty and one of Walt's previous western films, westward ho the wagons. I liked that movie better than this. Yeah. Same wasn't bad. But it was much better than this one. John Beal who had previously worked for Disney as the voice of adult, Jeremiah. And so dear to my heart was cast as John Powell like I didn't really recognize any of the people. So it surprised me whenever I read that fact, like just the first line of it. I was like wait he was in something else. But then it says he was just a voice. So that's a that's a long time ago for us. So dear to my heart. I heart. Ten who dared was produced by James Albert who as we know is famous for his true life adventure films. He's also a liar. Apparently when it comes to life adventures. While there are hardly any animals in this film. He most likely lent his expertise to the on locations shooting and last one already guys not a lot not a lot to talk about here. According to all movie, critics consistently rape, this one as one of the worst movies made by Disney the staff of Hollywood's film guide called it, quote, tedious and unconvincing I really wanna talk about why didn't like it. But I'm gonna wait until after we talk about characters. Okay. But it was really difficult to decipher who was who in this movie because I didn't think they did a good job at character development. And like, I don't think they said the their names enough for me to catch on us to who. There was all too many main characters for me to really like understand. Who was who? Yeah. You could follow along. Like, oh, well, this guy was is ace is the one that's done this in the past. And this is. He's doing now. But like, I don't know what his name is. Yeah. Does just I mean, clearly, it's ten dared. I think is based on like a true story. I don't I'm not sure. But I don't know like make it you've changed things in the past Mr. Walt's wanted you make it five dare he should have made this better somehow. So I don't really know. I can remember two of the characters I three, but I mean, I remember characters but not their names. So the first one is the general or the army, the major Major John Wesley Powell, he's kind of like, the leader of the pack. He's leading on this expedition, and he has chosen them to come along with him. So that he basically has help out on this journey because he actually I don't think he could have done it without these guys because you can't he only has one hand, and he wants to do this river expedition, he needs these men he really does. And as movie goes on. We do see that he truly does care for all of them. He does and gets like really answer heartless in the beginning. But then. He's totally not though, he's definitely not not with the whole dog thing. Like, he kinda came across his kind of a jerk. I until he's the one that is like I'll we'll find something for you to do. Right. The next person that I can remember who I don't know. His name is like the guy who is really aggressive. Yes, that's little remember to he's. So there's this one character who he is the one that discovers the dog your apparently, they weren't allowed to bring dogs on the expedition he discovers the dog, and like takes it from the boy who has it. He's like an older boy, he's probably a teenager like an older teenager. But he takes this dog, and he's gonna shoot it because he's not allowed to have a dog on the expedition. And he just liked the entire movie never really redeems himself. I don't think he's just kind of a jerk is a song plays rattlesnakes. I don't I don't know whether that might be different person that guy was dumb to he this fli would like antagonize, rattlesnakes, whatever's fun. And then finally one bit him. And then he just became a burden on everybody else because he was injured. No, I'm in John Powell's like are you gonna stop messing around with them? Then he's like, no. I never will. Yeah. Okay. You didn't learn your lesson..

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Vision for the American west we'll get back to the Colorado We have to. Fight the civil War I John Powell doesn't. Hesitate he signs up right away as everyone does he comes from a little town Hennepin and he's a volunteers. Into the twentieth Illinois and marches off to War I want. To quickly get him to the battle of Shiloh he is at the center of the turning point for the western war when grant and. Sherman and other generals decided not to lose Shiloh it is peculiar that John Wesley Powell. Is almost blessed with a kind of magic John that's what I felt like this was. A novel, character and that you would inject him of course. You'd inject them into the, battle of. Shiloh church his his heroism child is. Is breathtaking He's running an. Artillery group and battery and he happens It's a crazy story because. The the confederates the union never thought that they want we're gonna fight at that place and they were just kind of resting up and then they were gonna go March to meet the confederates that. Confederate in intern March. Two days and attack the union so was terrible confusion John. Wesley Powell didn't even wasn't at, that point even assigned he was there with. His man but hadn't been assigned to, a to a About a a unit. So he was he actually had to go in and attach. Himself with someone and then he, found himself in the middle of the hottest He was he was the guns he, was the guns at the Hornets, nest I know to ask who that who was commanding that battery I've been to, the Hornets nest many times with. The generals commanding the battle all day long the confederates seeking to break the union line and and force them to the river which would have been the end. But the Hornets nest held, long enough and it exhausted the, confederates and John Wesley Powell is the guns keep firing until, they until they blow up or melt he's losing people's losing guns and he's there at one point he raises his arm to tell them to fire. What happens John and raises his, hand to fire and a mini ball from the. Confederates comment and hits his wrist. And travels down, his arm and many balls and of course we're soft lead. Not like the high projectiles today and the soft let's spattered On his bone and shattered his arm but. Even for a while he didn't, notice it the was so art and they were. Repulsing a Not yet another confederate attack and then he looked down at one, point and and you know realize he had been badly hit he is beloved, Emma comes to nurse him while they wait. For the station which was routine? For battlefield wounds takes not? The. First. Day the second day I, think until the the arm is amputated is it, below the elbow John is that. Where it is yes okay so. He retains the elbow but the fact that he, was able to survive they watched for gangrene for days I know. He was gonna live I know he's going to get to the river but at this. Point I'd given, him I've given up on him the amazing thing in the war the war continues is. That he goes back to war he one. Armed he goes back in and gets control of a of an enormous number of artillery units he's. Befriended grant in some odd, battlefield fashion any stays. With grant through the rest of stays with grant As. Long as he can be given, he's in the west and Grandpa's back east to win the war, the relationship with grant is does. John Wesley Powell recognized that grant is an unusual character that he wants to, attach himself to or is it just just battlefield moments John I think you, know they met right before grant was really. You know going to become the? Commander of the whole kit? And. Caboodle. And they just hit it, off and I think it had to do with, they were both from the mid. West I think they both kind. Of saw things some of the same way and, I think you know how always had this incredible ability to recognize. Real talent and I think when he met he really felt that and grant was you. Know was really, somebody he studied and in its personality how we approach things and I think that that. Really shaped the rest of his life significantly. The war ends are one armed man goes to grant I I think the date is eighteen sixty seven grant is now. General of the armies commanding, is what we would call the secretary of defense for the Johnson administration which is deeply troubled and? That's another story but in any event? He? Personally pal personally goes, to grant and asks for money for, an expedition, what is what is his ambition what is he thinking so, he has decided that he doesn't really after the war he hit done some good work so there was some job. Offers and things like that but he wasn't very interested in sitting down, he really wanted to do something big so he basically decided being a professor in. Illinois school that he was going, to translate that into taking some kids, and doing, big collecting trip out into the west one of, the first college kind. Of college summer trips to go out collect and so he started he. Called everybody up he knew he trained back to talk. To Grand to see? If he could get some money some supplies so he cobbled. Together and it's incredible story thought. That he could take about twenty kids and scientists AL, West to start collecting the collection trip is. The first of his imagining of what. He what needs to be done and the scale is what's important here you make the point again and again John that he thinks bigger and bigger that's going to. Get us as he goes out west for an expedition to the green river, how is it that, he discovers that the. Green river and the Colorado haven't been done Well you know he so he's out there in. Easy out in middle park and which is, just? Outside of Denver up in the mountains in the Rockies and he is with, all of these mountain man and it's pretty, clear that parts of it have been looked at and there are some Indians it has something to say about that who've traveled through but there is no real clear, idea about. The the path of when after the green and the Colorado Mead and go this is high plateau deep canyons and so the information is really really iffy but this incredible things happens at the same time as he's thinking. About that the transcontinental railroad is going across the country right and it goes, through this is very good for north of the Grand Canyon but up in the southern part of Wyoming it is going to go. Right through there and he realizes and this is this one of those brain thing that's Because he realizes the he, can? Bring boats on the railroad because it crosses the green river way up in, the Wyoming and he can drop down on, both of those boats John Ross the promise of the Grand Canyon I'm John Batchelor this is the John Batchelor show This.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on KGO 810

"The American west we'll get back to. The Colorado we have to fight the civil War I. John Powell doesn't hesitate he signs up right away as everyone does he comes from a little town Hennepin and. He's a volunteers. Into the twentieth Illinois and marches off to War I want to. Quickly get him to the battle of Shiloh he is at the center of the turning. Point for, the western war when grant and Sherman and other generals. Decided not to lose Shiloh it is peculiar. John Wesley Powell. Is almost blessed with a kind of magic. John that's what I felt like this was a. Novel, character and that you would inject him of course you would inject. Them into the battle of Shiloh. Church his his heroism at Shiloh is. Is breathtaking He's running an artillery group. And battery and he happens you know the crazy story because. The the confederates of the Union's never thought that they want we're going to fight at that place and they were just resting up and. Then they were. Going to go March to meet the confederates that confederate intern March. Two days and attack the union so it was terrible confusion John Wesley Powell didn't even. Wasn't at, that point even assigned he was there with his men. But hadn't been fine to a to a Accompany about a a unit. So he was he actually had to go in and attach. Himself with someone and then he, found himself in the middle of the hottest He was the guns, he was the guns at the, Hornets nest I know to ask who that who was commanding that battery I've been, to the Hornets nest many times. With the generals commanding the battle all day long the confederates seeking to break the union line and and force them to the river which would have been the. End but the. Hornets nest held long enough and it exhausted confederates, and John Wesley Powell is the guns that keep firing until, they until they blow up or melt he's losing people he's losing guns and he's there at one point he raises his arm to tell them to. Fire what happens John and raises, his hand to fire and a, mini ball from the confederates comment and hits his wrist. And travels down, his arm and many balls and of course we're soft lead. Not like the high projectiles today and the soft leads spattered On his. Bone and, shattered his, arm but even for a while he didn't notice it the adrenaline was so art and they repulsing. A a nut yet another confederate attack and. Then he looked out at one point and and and you. Know realize he was badly hit he is beloved Emma comes, to nurse him while they wait, for the amputation which was routine for battlefield wounds takes not the first day the, second day I think until the. The arm is amputated is below the elbow John is that where it is okay so he retains the elbow but the fact that he was able to survive. They watch for. Gangrene for days I know he was gonna live, I know he's going to get to the river but at, this point I'd given him I've given up on him the amazing thing in the war the war continues is that he goes back to war you. Know one armed he goes back. In and gets control of a of an enormous number of Artillery units he's. Befriended grant in some odd battlefield fashion and he stays with grant. Through the rest, stays with grant as long as he can be given he's in the, west and goes back east. To win the war the relationship with grand is does John Wesley Powell recognized that grant is an unusual character that he wants to attach. Himself to or, is it just just battlefield moments John I think you know they met. Right before grad was really? Going. To become the the commander, of the whole kit and caboodle and they just hit it off and I think. It had to do with they. Were both from the mid west I think they, both kind of saw things some of the same way and I. Think you know how always had this incredible ability to recognize real talent and I think. When he, met Grandy, really felt that and grant was you know was really somebody he studied and In its personality how we approach things and I think. That that really shaped the rest of. His life significantly the war ends are one, armed man goes to grant I think the date is eighteen sixty seven grant is now general of. The armies commanding is what we would call the secretary of defense. For the Johnson administration which, is deeply troubled and that's another story but in any event he personally pal personally goes to grant, and asks for money for an expedition? What? Is this what is, his ambition what is he thinking so he has decided that he doesn't really you'd after the war you, know he he hit done some good work so there were some job offers and things like that but he wasn't. Very interested in sitting daddy really wanted to do to do something big, so he basically decided being a professor in Illinois school that he was going to. Translate that into taking some kids and doing a big collecting trip out, into the, west one of the first college Kind of college summer trips to go out collect and, so he started he called everybody up he. Knew he trained back, to talk to grant to see if he could get some money some supplies. So he cobbled? Together and it's incredible? Story so that he? Could take about twenty kids inside his AL West to start collecting. The collection, trip, is the first of his imagining. Of what he what needs to be done and the. Scale is what's important here you make the point again and again John that he thinks. Bigger and bigger that's going to get us as he goes out west for an expedition to the green river how is it that he discovers that the green river in. The Colorado haven't been done Well you know he gets so he's out, there in easy out in middle park and, which is just outside of Denver up in the mountains in the Rockies and he's with all of these mountain man and it's pretty clear that parts of it, have been looked at, and there are some. Indians that has something to say about that who've traveled through but there is no real clear, idea about. You know the the path of when after the green and the Colorado Mead and go this is high plateau deep canyons and so the nation is really really iffy but this incredible things happens at the same time as. He's thinking about that the transcontinental railroad is going across the country right and, it goes through this is very far north of the Grand Canyon but up in the southern part of Wyoming it is going to. Go right through there and he realizes and this is this one of those brain thing Because, he realizes the he can bring boats on, the railroad because it crosses the green river way up in the Wyoming and he can drop down on both John Ross the promise of the Grand Canyon I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show Taking you through. The third shift this.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"One hundred yards long hundred yards antics is off of each four floors and. Feed Gentlemen. That came forward interestingly enough, came forward after listening to us last year live streaming on Branson and hearing me talking on coast. To coast so it's been a problem to find get, an eyewitness to break ranks with the. Smithsonian and I think it's incredible because ever since as soon as Sonia started. Denying the presence of, giants in America even though George there's probably two hundred old newspaper ads referring a. Newspaper stories referring to the fact that all the, giant skeletons Alba giant bones and even d Japan artifacts. That, were found. In the, Grand Canyon. In, the mid west or all turned over to the Smithsonian and this gentleman had unimpeachable credentials you can look up Dr Troy pay, way p. e. w., e. the most, famous geologists in the world who used to take graduate, students down the Colorado, river was allowed, access to certain. Parts of the Grand Canyon that are off limits And one of his graduate students asked him the question why is everything in the Grand Canyon named Africa Egypt deities Cyrus rod cetera and he said because of interesting artifacts found there now Dr pay ways brain sit sit up that formaldehyde or preservatives in the Smithsonian and alongside his idol was John Wesley Powell who was a curator of the Smithsonian and basically. The gatekeeper for all the hidden information of the world as it pertained to the Egyptian presence in the. United, States. Two hundred and fifty years BC wasn't Powell also though one of those who covered up so much information oh absolutely he wanted to be I guess you'd. Say the gatekeeper for the the idea that nobody in the world ever went very far, except just under continuous borders and the idea was that even formed a club George in Washington DC, culpa cosmos club and I didn't even know about, that, eighteen Seventy eight so, everything, that was. Found relating to, ethnographic ethnological finds everything that was. Out, of place in part out, of place artifact had to go through Powell no people don't understand the Smithsonian has nine research facilities so in the DVD I actually interview this guy and he tells his story and we had to blur his face and we had to his voice because there's. A very famous individual and. He absolutely was Sean everything for me gypsum mummies being scanned he was told. That, you. Have have specific security clearances all of the different artifacts you saw including the gold ones was told they have twenty one foot giant skeletons as well as. Sean the femur bone and some other skeletal remains of a nine foot giant now why, is this cover-ups on portent at this time Yes because even Lawrence Livermore National lab had a new discovery, where they can basically identified people using proteins from bones you know normally. You have to have a whole different set of DNA to run the DNA analysis and so what's interesting about this, is that what he was going. What he was told. Validates the Kincaid expedition of nineteen. O nine and for the record people need to know this ninety five percent of the Grand Canyon is off limits and this is pretty fascinating because the native American legends tell of the gypsies in their long boats. And probably, one of, the stories. That gets ridiculed but I basically put enough evidence I, believe in this DVD DVD it's a, well researched DVD everything you do is while research Stephen well I think it's important that people, understand this will change and other sounds sounds like a great boast but. This, will change the understanding of the history of the World even one of the former gypsum prime minister's new bar Pasha a three term. Prime minister president of Egypt if you will made a request some Sonian return all. Of their artifacts to Egypt or destroy any out of place artifacts that might tidy gypsum presents into the United States now whether you're talking about brewers, cave or Burrows cave in the. Kochi amount area of Illinois when you're talking about all these. Deals that are going on all these. Discoveries, the central theme George is that giants have be covered up and I ask a question we'll be, DNA of ancient giants become basically the super soldiers of tomorrow DARPA defense advance research projects agency everybody in the world including the. Chinese her journey production about the Chinese they want the ancient DNA and so we have, a very problematic issue now trans humanism in the hybrid age at the hybrids are coming back with you. Know crisper technology gene splicing technology, which by the way was found to buy.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And. Welcome back this hour we'll take your. Calls with Stephen Quayle he is the producer of forbidden history reveal the great Smithsonian cover up, saving I've, been to the Smithsonian once once when I. Was much younger much younger with my parents fascinating place but kind of take us on a tour give us a picture, of what the, bottom, underneath looks like where, you. Believe all these. Hidden artifacts and things are well first. Of all George it's in an. Area Virginia it's a warehouse it looks pretty innocuous from me outside it's not the Smithsonian in DC they only have one percent. Of the artifacts that the Smithsonian museum complex holes in total, is a basically my source was taken he stayed. At the, cosmos, club was taken in the morning. Do I am knock you Asai if you will Warehouse complex he went down four levels he had security, clearance you went down. To verify that Dr pay way. P. e. w. e. the famous geologists who set up. The Zona state university geology department by. The way one most famous jealous in. The world when he died he wanted. His brain next again John Wesley Powell so the family asked the source to go and take, a look, at it to verify everything and while he. Was there and by the way this happened twenty years ago he basically was showing all the different artifacts he was told, of the things, that, he wasn't showing because, we're. Talking about literally. Millions of artifacts but because he had. An interest in the gyp because. His parents had taken the source to obviously Egypt and also to Paris he went to the museum the Louvre and they saw. Egypt's in the British Museum all the Egyptian artifacts he knew, what he was seeing and so he talked about Again the. Mummies my source he talked about seeing if you will hundred yard corridors that intersected each four and that was just one of the secret. Warehouses so the, point being George up until this time there's been no, eyewitness account now what's. Problematic to, people that deny. This especially the Smithsonian themselves even in Florida last year may have been eighteen months ago they. Were they meaning the Smithsonian had pitched a giant, almost circumstance over an area, where they're extracting giants one of my friends. Who was supposed to your show was hearing us talk about giants went up to him and said. Oh you guys are excavating the giants be gentleman said that the archaeologist who he spoke to, he said he threw down his. Instruments I don't know if it's a trial and brush and took off and just, mumbled there are no. Such things as giants but he. Couldn't get away fast enough I, can imagine, that these, things are supernatural like the twenty and here's something that we've put up on. Coast to coast website and thank you lex a. Twenty one foot giant was seen by over three, hundred witnesses and the Montgomery. Alabama, area in eighteen seventy seven but what's, interesting about this giant, is a reptilian looking thing it had tusks it was twenty one feet. Tall it's eyes were perpendicular not oval and the description was so defined that the idea of. People that many witnesses seeing this and that type of information being in, except in the, newspaper by the way this was, on, the front page of. The newspaper so people, go to coast to, coast they'll see it, and also, you'll see a picture of. Mark Patrick the sculptor standing.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on WTVN

"Warehouses one hundred yards long hundred yards antics off of each four floors and the gentlem- Men that came forward interestingly out came. Forward after listening to us, last year live streaming on Branson hearing me talking on coast to coast so it's been a problem, to find get an eyewitness to break rank with the. Smithsonian and I think it's incredible because. Ever since as soon as Sony started denying the presence of giants in America. Even though George there's, probably two hundred old newspaper ads referring the newspaper stories referring to the fact that. All the giant skeletons all the giant bones and, even d Japan artifacts that were found in the Grand. Canyon, in the. Mid west, or all. Turned, over to the Smithsonian and this gentleman had unimpeachable credentials you can? Look up Dr Troy pay way p. e. w. e. on. The most famous geologist in the world who, used to take graduate students down the Colorado river and it was. Allowed, access to certain, parts of the, Grand Canyon that are off limits and one of us graduate students Fast and the question why is everything in the. Grand Canyon named African Egypt deities A, couple of Cyrus rod cetera and he said because of interesting artifacts found there now Dr pay ways brain sits in a VAT of formaldehyde or preservatives in the Smithsonian and alongside his ideal was John Wesley Powell who was a curator of the Smithsonian and basically the gatekeeper for all the hidden. Information of the world as. It pertained to the gypsum presence in the United States two hundred and fifty. Years, BC. Wasn't Powell also though one of those who covered up so much information oh absolutely he wanted to be I guess you'd say the gatekeeper for the the. Idea that nobody in the world ever went very far except just under continuous borders and the, idea was that even formed a club. George in Washington. DC called the. Cosmos club and, I didn't even know about that eighteen seventy eight so, everything Thing that was found relating to ethnographic ethnological fines everything that was, out of. Place in part, out of place artifact had to. Go, through Powell no people don't understand the Smithsonian has nine research facilities so in the DVD I actually interviewed this guy and he tells his story and we had to blur his face I mean had to modulated his voice because there's a very famous individual and he absolutely was showing everything for. Me gypsum mummies being scanned. He was told that you have to have specific security clearances all of the. Different, artifacts. You saw including the gold ones was told they have twenty one foot giant skeletons as well as showing the femur bone and some other skeletal remains of. A nine foot giant now why is this cover up so important at this time it's because, even Lawrence Livermore National lab had a. New discovery where. They can Basically identify people using proteins from bones you know normally you have to have a whole different set of DNA to run the. DNA analysis and so what's interesting about this is that what, he was showing what he was. Told validates the Kincaid. Expedition of nineteen o nine and. For the record people need to know this ninety five percent of the Grand Canyon is off limits and so this, is pretty, fascinating because the native American legends tell of the gypsies in their long boats and probably one of the, stories that, gets ridiculed. But I basically put enough evidence I believe in this DVD, DVD it's a well researched DVD everything, you do is while research Stephen well you and I think it's important that people understand this will change I know this sounds sounds like a great boast but this. Will, change the understanding of the history of the world even? One of the former prime ministers new bar Pasha a three term prime minister President. Of Egypt if you will made? A request that there's some Sonian return all of their artifacts to Egypt or destroy any out of place artifacts that might. Tied Egypt presents into the United States now whether you're talking about brewers cave or. Burrows cave in the Kochi amount area of Illinois when you're talking about all these deals that are going on all these discoveries the central theme George is, that giants have covered up and. I ask a question well the DNA of ancient giants become. Basically the super soldiers of tomorrow DARPA. Defensive, research projects agency everybody in the world including the Chinese heard your. Introduction about the Chinese they want the ancient DNA, and so we have a very problematic issue now trans humanism in. The hybrid age at the hybrids are coming back with you know crisper technology gene Splicing technology which, by the way was found to a by a bacteria scientists found tax four, which basically is, thermos aquatic is there you go for some Latin and then carry. Mullis, was Nobel prize winner for designing if you will crisper technology but. Yellowstone park changed history, of, the world through a, little thermal file it means a heat sensitive bacteria. More than any explosion of the super volcano and by the way I. Was, down there when the hoopla was going on about Jackson Hole and there, was a, rift and. Everything The headlines are misleading I flew down there I have a friend who's a, helicopter pilot. He'll, take me. Down there anytime I, need to go and I keep really close is on it and for the record that had nothing to do with the geothermal activity. Of Yellowstone it was south of the furthest Yellowstone geothermal area by at least fifty miles and a whole separate issue that. Whole area of around Jackson Hole is kinda tilting, towards the, south so George I every time it, makes me furious especially when the Daily Mail and some of the British newspapers have, just responsible headlines and a seven point two quake well good night we got quake. Lake and it seems like the thing that triggers seismic advance in, Yellowstone are a great quakes in Alaska and going into the Pacific rim. So one of the things I think people need to understand there's a cover. Up just as Massoni is covering up giants we have a nine point five to ten point, zero earthquake the biggest one hundred years That took place in Anna, crack at. Toll, or Krakatoa. And AK Krakatoa Indonesia, Indonesian hold on we're gonna come up to the break we'll come back and talk about these Egyptian artifacts that are been hidden away. And tell us the significance of why they're.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

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07:14 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Like underground storage warehouses one hundred yards long hundred yards antics is off of each Each four floors and the gentleman. That came forward interestingly out, came forward after listening to us last year live streaming on Branson hearing me talking on coast to, coast so it's been a problem to try and get. An eyewitness to break ranks with the. Smithsonian and I think it's incredible because ever since as soon as Sonia started. Denying the presence of, giants in America even though George there's probably two hundred old newspaper ads referring the. Newspaper stories referring to the fact that all the, giant skeletons all the giant bones and even the Japan. Artifacts, that were. Found in, the Grand. Canyon, in the mid west or all turned over to the Smithsonian and? This gentleman had unimpeachable credentials you can look up Dr Troy, pay way p. e., w. e. on, the most famous geologists world who used to take graduate, students down the Colorado, river was allowed, access to certain. Parts of the Grand Canyon In that are off limits and one, of us graduate students, asked him the question why is everything. The Grand Canyon named African Egypt deities vice a couple of Cyrus rod cetera and he said because of interesting artifacts found there now Dr pay ways brain sits at, a VAT formaldehyde or preservatives in the. Smithsonian and alongside, his idol was John Wesley Powell who. Was a curator of, the Smithsonian and basically the gatekeeper for all the hidden information of the, world as it pertained to the Egyptian presence in the United States two hundred and fifty years BC wasn't Paul also though one of those who covered up so. Much information oh absolutely he. Wanted to be I guess you'd say the gatekeeper for the the idea that nobody in the world ever went very far except just under continuous borders and the idea was that even Formed. A, club George in Washington DC culpa cosmos club and I didn't even know about that in eighteen. Seventy eight so everything that was found relating to, ethnographic ethnological fines everything that was, out of. Place and part, out of place artifact had to. Go, through Powell no people don't understand the Smithsonian has nine research facilities so in the DVD I actually interviewed this guy and he tells his story and we had to blur his face and we had to modulated his voice because there's a very famous individual and he absolutely was showing everything. For me gypsum money's being scanned he was told that you have specific security clearances all of the different. Artifacts, you. Saw including the gold ones was told they have twenty one foot giant skeletons as well as showing the femur bone and some other skeletal remains of a. Nine foot giant now why is This cover up saw important at this, time it's because even Lawrence Livermore National lab had a new discovery where they can, basically identify people using proteins from bones you know normally you. Have to have a whole different set of DNA to. Run the DNA analysis and so what's interesting about this is, that what he was showing what. He was told validates. The Kincaid expedition of nineteen o. Nine and for the record people need to know this ninety five percent of the Grand Canyon is off limits and this is pretty fascinating because the native American legends tell of the gypsies in their long boats and probably one of the stories that gets. Ridiculed but I basically put enough evidence I believe, in this DVD DVD it's a well, researched DVD everything you do is while research Stephen well I think it's important that people understand this will change and other sound sounds like a great boast but this. Will, change the Understanding of the history of? The world even one of the former gypsum prime minister's new bar Pasha a three term prime minister president of Egypt if. You will made a request some Sonian return all of their artifacts to Egypt or. Destroy any out of place artifacts that Mike tidy gypsum presents into the United States now whether you're talking about brewers cave or Burrows cave in the, Kochi amount area of Illinois when. You're talking about all these deals that are going on all. These discoveries the central theme George is. That, giants have be covered up and I ask a question well the DNA of ancient giants become basically, the super soldiers of tomorrow DARPA defensive research. Projects agency everybody in the world including the Chinese I heard your introduction about the Chinese they want the ancient DNA and so we, have a very problematic issue now trans humanism in the hybrid age at the hybrids are coming back with. You know crisper technology gene splicing, technology which by the way was found to by bacteria scientists found tax four which basically is thermos aquatic is three go for some Latin. And, then carry Mullis was the Nobel prize winner for designing if you will crisper technology but, Yellowstone park changed history of the world through a little thermal file it means, a heat sensitive, bacteria more than any explosion of the super volcano and by the way. I, was down there when the hoopla was going on about Jackson Hole There was a rift and everything the headlines are misleading I flew down there. I have a friend who's a helicopter pilot he'll take me down there anytime I need to go and I keep really close. Is on it and for the record that, had nothing, to, do with the, geothermal, activity of Yellowstone it, was south of. The furthest Yellowstone geothermal area by at. Least fifty miles on a whole separate issue that whole area of around. Jackson, Hole is kind kinda tilting towards the south so George I e every, time it, makes me. Furious especially when, the Daily Mail and some of the British newspapers. Have just you're responsible, headlines and a seven. Point hours quake well good night we got quake lake and it seems like the thing that triggers seismic advance in Yellowstone are, a great quakes and Alaska and going into the Pacific rim so one. Of the things I think people need to understand is there's a cover up. Just as Smithsonian is covering up giants we have nine point five to ten point zero earthquake The biggest one hundred years that took place in. Anna crack at toll or Krakatoa and AK Krakatoa Indonesia Hold on hold on we're gonna come up to the break we'll come back and talk. About these Egyptian, artifacts that, have been hidden away and tell us the significance of why they're.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Underground column, storage warehouses one hundred yards long hundred yards antics off of each four floors and. The gentleman that came forward interesting Came forward after listening to? Us last year live streaming, on Branson hearing me talking on coast to coast so it's been a problem did find get an, eyewitness to break ranks with the Smithsonian and I think. It's incredible because ever since as soon. As Sonia started denying the presence of giants in America even though George there's. Probably two hundred old, newspaper ads referring the newspaper stories referring to the fact that all the giant skeletons. All the giant bones and even Egypt artifacts that, were found in the Grand Canyon in the mid west. Or, all turned. Over to, the Smithsonian. And, this gentleman at unimpeachable credentials you can look up Dr Troy pay? Way p. e. w. e. on the most famous geologists in, the world who used, to take graduate, students down the Colorado river and it was allowed access, to certain parts of the, Grand Canyon that, are off limits and one of us graduate students asked him the question why is every In the Grand Canyon named, Africa Egypt deities Temple of Cyrus rod cetera and. He, said because of interesting artifacts found there now Dr pay ways brain sits bat formaldehyde or preservative in the Smithsonian and alongside his idol was John Wesley Powell who was a curator of the Smithsonian and basically the gatekeeper for all the hidden information of the world as it pertained. To the Egyptian presence in the United States two hundred and fifty years BC wasn't Powell also though one. Of, those. Who covered up so much information oh absolutely he wanted to be guess you'd say the gatekeeper for the the idea that nobody in the world ever. Went very far except just under continuous borders and the idea was that even formed a, club George in Washington DC culpa cosmos. Club and I. Didn't even know about that eighteen seventy eight, so, everything Thing that was found relating to ethnographic ethnological finds everything that was out of place in, part out. Of place artifact, had to go through Powell no. People, don't understand the Smithsonian has nine research facilities so in the DVD I actually interviewed this guy and he tells his story and we had to blur his face I mean had to modulated his voice because there's a very famous individual and he absolutely was showing everything from Egypt. Mummies being scanned he was told that you have to have specific security clearances all of the different artifacts. You, saw. Including the gold ones was told they have twenty one foot giant skeletons as well as showing the femur bone and some other skeletal remains of a. Nine foot giant now why is this cover up so important at this time it's because, even Lawrence Livermore National lab had a. New discovery where. They can Can basically. Identify people using proteins from bones you know normally you have to have a whole different set of DNA to run the DNA analysis and so what's interesting about this is that what he was showing, what he was told validates the. Kincaid expedition of nineteen. Oh nine and for the record. People need to know this ninety five percent of the Grand Canyon is off limits and so this is pretty fascinating, because the, native American legends tell of the gypsies in their long boats and probably one of the stories that gets, ridiculed, but I'm. Basically put enough evidence I believe in this DVD DVD it's, a well researched DVD everything you do, is while research Stephen well thank you and I think it's important that people understand this will change and the other sounds sounds like a great boast but this will. Change, the understanding of the history of the world either one? Of the former gypsum prime minister's new bar Pasha a three term prime minister President. Of Egypt if you will made? A request that the Smithsonian return all of their artifacts to Egypt or destroy any out. Of, place. Artifacts that might tidy, gypsum presents into the United States now whether you're talking about brewers cave or Burrows. Cave in the Kochi amount area of Illinois when you're talking about all these deals that are going on all these discoveries the central theme George is that, giants have be covered up and. I ask a question well the DNA of ancient giants become basically the super soldiers of tomorrow DARPA. Defensive, Vance research. Projects agency everybody in the world including the Chinese I've heard. Your introduction about the Chinese they want the ancient, DNA and so we have a very problematic issue now trans humanism. And the hybrid age at the hybrids are coming back with you know crisper technology jeans Splicing technology which by the way was found to it by a. Bacteria scientists found tax four which basically as thermos aquatic is there you go for some Latin and then carry Mullis was the Nobel prize winner for designing if you will crisper. Technology, but Yellowstone park changed the history of the world through a little thermal file it means, a heat sensitive bacteria more than any explosion of the super volcano and by, the way I, was down there when the hoopla was going on about Jackson Hole and. There, was a rift and everything the headlines are misleading I flew down. There I have, a friend, who's, a helicopter pilot he'll, take me down. There anytime I need to go and. I keep really close is. On it and for the record that had nothing, to, do with the geothermal activity of Yellowstone it was south of the, furthest Yellowstone, geothermal area by At least fifty miles on a whole separate issue that whole area of around Jackson Hole is. Kind of tilting towards the south so George I e every time it makes me furious especially when the Daily, Mail and some of the British newspapers have just you're responsible headlines and a seven point two quake will good night we got quake lake and it seems. Like the thing that triggers seismic events in Yellowstone are great quakes in Alaska. And going into the Pacific rim so one of the things I think people. Need to understand is there's a cover up just as Smithsonian covering up giants we had a nine point five to ten point zero. Earthquake the biggest one. Hundred years that took. Place in Anna Krakatau or Krakatoa and AK. Krakatoa that's an Indonesia Indonesian hold on hold on we're, gonna come up to the break we'll come back and talk about these Egypt artifacts that are been hidden away and tell us, the significance of why they're hiding them we'll be back Get daily.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Each four floors and the gentleman that came forward interestingly enough came forward after listening to To us last. Year live streaming on Branson, and hearing me talking on coast to coast so it's been, a problem to try and get an. Eyewitness to break ranks with the Smithsonian and I think. It's incredible because ever since the Smithsonian. Started denying the presence of giants in America even though George there's probably two. Hundred old newspaper ads, referring and the newspaper stories refrained the fact that all the giant skeletons all the. Giant bones and even the gypsy artifacts that were, found in the Grand Canyon in the mid west or. All, turned over. To the, Smithsonian and. This, gentleman at unimpeachable credentials you can look up Dr Troy pay way? P. e. w. e. on the most famous Gelisio in, world who used to, take graduate students, down the Colorado river and it was allowed access to, certain parts of the Grand, Canyon that are, off limits and. One of us graduate students asked him the question why is everything in. The Grand, Canyon named Africa Egypt deities Vice a couple of Cyrus rod cetera and he said because of interesting artifacts found there now Dr pay ways brain sits sit a VAT of formaldehyde or preservative in the. Smithsonian and alongside, his idol was John Wesley Powell who is a curator of the Smithsonian and basically the gatekeeper for all the hidden information of the, world as it pertained to the gypsum presence in the United States two hundred and fifty years BC wasn't Powell also though one of those who covered up so. Much information oh absolutely he. Wanted to be I guess you'd say the gatekeeper for the the idea that nobody in the world ever went very far except just, under contiguous borders and the idea was even formed a club George in Washington DC called. The cosmos club and I didn't even know about that. Eighteen seventy eight so everything that was found relating, to, ethnic Traffic ethnological finds everything that was out of place and part out of place artifact had to go through Palino's people don't understand the Smithsonian has nine research facilities so in the DVD I actually interview this guy and he tells his story and we had. To blur his face we. Had to modulated his voice because there's a very famous individual and he absolutely. Wish, going. Everything from Egypt's your mom use being scanned he was told that specific security clearances all of the different artifacts you saw including the gold ones was told. They have twenty one foot giant skeletons as well as on the femur bone and some, other skeletal remains of nine foot giant. Now why is. This cover up so important at this time Just because even Lawrence Livermore. National, lab had. A new discovery where they can basically identify people using proteins. From bones you know normally you have to, have a whole different set of DNA to run the DNA analysis. And so what's interesting about this is that what he was doing what he was told validates the Kincaid expedition of nineteen o nine and. For the record people need to. Know this ninety five percent of the Grand Canyon. Is off limits and assume this is pretty fascinating because the native American legends tell of the gypsies in their long. Boats and probably one of the stories that gets ridiculed but I basically put enough evidence I believe in this DVD DVD it's a well. Researched DVD everything you do is while, research Stephen well thank you and I, think it's important that people understand this will change and other sound sounds like a great boast but this will change the understanding of the history of the world. Even, one of the former gypsum prime minister's new bar Pasha Three term prime minister president of Egypt if you will made. A request that the Smithsonian return? All of their artifacts to Egypt? Or destroy any out of place artifacts that might tied Egypt presents into the United States. Now whether you're talking about brewers cave or Burrows cave in the Kochi amount area of Illinois when you're talking about all these deals that are going on all these discoveries the central theme George is that giants have be covered up and, I ask a question well the. DNA of ancient giants become basically the super soldiers of tomorrow DARPA defensive ans- research projects agency everybody. In, the world. Including the Chinese I heard your introduction about the Chinese they. Want the ancient DNA and so we have, a very problematic issue now trans humanism in the hybrid age at. The hybrids are coming back with crisper technology gene splicing technique Which by the way was. Found to it by a bacteria scientists found tack four which basically as thermos aquatic. Ghost there you go for some Latin and then carry Mullis was noble prize winner for designing if you will crisper technology but Yellowstone park changed the history of the world through. A, little thermal file it means a heat sensitive bacteria more than any explosion of the super, volcano and by the way I was down there when the hoopla was going, on about Jackson, Hole and there was a rift and everything the headlines are misleading I. Flew, down there I have a friend who's a helicopter pilot yo take. Me down there anytime I, need, to go and I, keep really close. Is on it and for the record. That had nothing to do with the geothermal activity Yellowstone it was south. Of, the furthest Yellowstone geothermal area by at least fifty miles I don't whole separate issue. That whole area Of around, Jackson Hole, is kind of tilting towards the south so George I e every time, it makes me furious especially when the Daily Mail, and some of the British newspapers have just. Irresponsible headlines and, a seven point two, quake well good night we got. Quake lake and it seems like the thing that. Triggers seismic events in Yellowstone are a great quakes in Alaska and. Going into the Pacific rim so one of the things I think people need. To understand is there's a cover up just as Smithsonian covering up giants we. Had a nine point five to ten point zero earthquake the biggest one hundred years that took place in Anna Krakatoa or Krakatoa an. AK Krakatoa Indonesia Indonesian hold on for a. Second Steve hold on we're gonna come up to the break we'll come. Back and talk about these Egyptian artifacts that are been hidden away in tell us the significance of why they're.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on KTRH

"Underground column storage warehouses one hundred yards long. Hundred yards antics is off, of each four floors and gentleman that came forward interestingly enough came forward after listening to us last, year live streaming on Branson and hearing me talking on. Coast to coast so it's been. A problem to find get an eyewitness to break ranks with the Smithsonian and. I think it's incredible, because ever since as soon as Sonia started getting nine the presence of giants in. America even though George there's probably two hundred old, newspaper ads referring under newspaper stories referring to the fact. That, all the. Giant skeletons, all the. Giant, bones and even the Japan artifacts that were found in the Grand? Canyon in the mid west or all turned over to the. Smithsonian and this gentleman had unimpeachable credentials you, can look up Dr Troy pay way P. e., w. e. on the, most famous geologists in the world who used to take graduate students down, the Colorado river allowed access to certain parts of the Grand Canyon that are off limits and one of his graduate students asked him the question why is everything. In the Grand Canyon named. After Egypt deities Cyrus rod cetera and he said because of interesting artifacts found. There now Dr pay ways brain sit sit up that up from mouth to preservative in the Smithsonian and. Alongside, his. Idol was John Wesley Powell who was a curator of the Smithsonian and basically the gatekeeper for all the hidden information of the world as it pertained to. The Egyptian presence in the United States two hundred and fifty years BC wasn't Powell also, though one of those who covered up. So much information. Oh absolutely he wanted to be I guess you'd say the gatekeeper or the the idea that nobody in the world ever went very far except just under continuous borders and the idea was that even formed a club George in Washington DC culpa cosmos club and, I didn't even know about that eighteen seventy eight so, everything That was found relating to ethnographic ethnological finds everything that was out of. Place and part, out of place artifact had to. Go, through Powell no people don't, understand the Smithsonian has nine research facilities so in the DVD I actually interviewed this guy and he tells his story and we had to blur his face I mean had to modulate his voice because there's a very famous individual and he absolutely was Sean everything from me. Gypsum mummies being scanned he. Was told that you have to have specific security clearances all of the different. Artifacts, you. Saw including the gold ones was told they have twenty one foot giant skeletons as well as showing the femur bone and some other skeletal remains of a. Nine foot giant now why.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on Science Friday

"The author of the new book the promise of the grand canyon john wesley powell's perilous journey and his vision for the american west also joining us as richard seager professor at the lamont doherty earth observatory of columbia university before our break john we were talking with richard and he he said that the ideas that he brought to the table the pell brought to the table were largely ignored the time as far as how we should organize ourselves what did that mean for the way that america developed over time john well you know it's the kind of the peril of the visionary and he was a very practical man but he finally got shut down by western senators and at of course thirty years after his death we have the an incredibly awful environmental tragedy of the of the black dusters the dust bowl that blew away all the topsoil from over plowing the the topsoil got so there was so much in the air that moved as cloud a thousand miles west and hit the east coast in one thousand nine thirty four and nineteen thirty five bagram ing windows clouds ten thousand feet tall and it came into the capital most notably where they were senators were talking about what to do and it was a very powerful embassador this dust cloud because it caused them to really begin in an interesting way to listen to powell to talk about putting together soil conservation service to start growing new trees and wind breaks and really begin to talk about the dynamic the thing that paolo talked about was the dining dynamism between earth human activities and climate richard secret yuba sense of how you think things might may have changed if powell had been listened to to back in his day well i think the the powerful message they had was that when you're developing a harsh environment like you have every way of west of the hundredth meridian you have to pay very careful attention to the the land the soils the vegetation the water because they they do represent a real limit and you can either do that in an anticipatory way and plan for it or you can do it as a crisis management situation and with still seeing in the west on a daily basis the results of not paying attention.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on Science Friday

"The hundredth meridian whereas west is way i roll the wheats and range lands all and you also find much larger femmes to the the west because of the lack of the lower productivity of the land and thaw few of foams as well so you see how they aridity divide the powell talked about did in the end one hundred and fifty years later we all now have a very strong impact on the settlements in economy of the nation is this line moving further eastward all the time yeah we did look at that the really good data on this goes back to about the ninth nineteen seventynine but over the law thirty something years it has moved eastward by sort of about a hundred fifty miles kind of thing so and we looked up model projections of the future and we see this hour at humid divide continuing to move eastwood over the current century and that's a consequence of rising temperatures which take more moisturizer the surface increasing aridity and in the southern plains also declined and win to precipitation and the western plains as well so to processes combining to such that the aridity stalled shifting continues to move the switch as the century progresses and we would predict that that will have to have some consequences in agriculture as well the justice agriculture is adapted to the environment over the policy hundred and fifty years it will continue to have to adapt to the changing conditions in the future so call would become increasingly restricted to the east weights and range lines would expand eastwards as well we're talking with richard seager professor at the lamont doherty earth observatory of columbia university palisades new york and also with us is our guest written this rarely interesting new book about john wesley powell's called the promise of the grand canyon john f ross when we come back we're going to take some of your questions at eight four four seven two four eight two five five that's eight four four si talk as we talk about the grand canyon in the aired west and the dividing line between east and west in america.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tiger skulls and on teeth at all like that and so this fellow really turned john wesley powell's father chorus named him john wesley after the great methodist founder of methodism and wanted him to be a minister like he was and john wesley the young boy said now i just really fascinated by geology and what's beginning to happen so so let's talk about this trip that made him so famous down down the grand canyon this expedition into this amazing place that so few people had seen how did he come to make that trip well it's a really interesting story so he had studied some geology didn't graduate from college he was a principal in a midwestern school but with an incredible burden curiosity and he took some of the first college field trips out west out to colorado out to middle park and south park to collect for institutions and he heard about you know at that point just after the civil war when he would do this act very famous expedition there was only one little patch of continental america that was left unexplored unmapped hundred by three hundred mile section of the colorado plateau and of course it includes today's bryce canyon and zion and of course the grand canyon that powell would name very very inhospitable to people but powell rip saw as a geologist that there's this extraordinary opportunity to go through the river which hadn't nobody knew what happened to the river whether there were falls whether it went underground he had heard reports that or really what it was and he thought wow here's an incredible opportunity for a scientist to go into the one of the greatest gashes in the world and figure it all out of course there's so many stories in your book of exploration which is what draws so many people his story but what were some of his scientific observations of the grand canyon yeah so that's really interesting john you know so most people know him about it's this incredible tale he lost an arm during shiloh so he's a one armed guy he takes nine guys in these puny rowboats down through these incredibly awful rapids and through unexplored i mean it's very dramatic but what that is hidden over the years is the fact that as i was saying he's here's a geologist i mean it's like one of the most incredible scientific opportunities and the of the nineteenth century was like a kid in a candy store going down so he would go down the other guys were these adventures they looked up and they saw colorful rocks but with the rocks were telling powell were these incredible stories you know he would see because as you as you start lee's ferry for instance and you start into the grand canyon like i've done start with a kibe limestone it's two hundred fifty million years all triassic rock kind of creamy and as you go down the next couple of hundred miles you go down and down and down and you go through nineteen different rock strata and the kai bad blinds todd eventually six thousand feet above your head and you reach the vishnu schist this really dark hard rock and it's the basement rock they call it nearly two billion years old and so he was really literally going back in time into the earth he called it like reading a book you said as as we went i read so he would see these alternating layers of limestone and sandstone that kept alternating and what he saw there was this great inland sea that was receding and coming back and receding he saw this but he also kind of saw these puzzles right he saw this mountain split mountainous is a credible mountain and the river green river at that point goes right through the middle of this right through the middle it's like you take a a band saw and through ten miles of this high mountain cut it right in in in half and the river went right through there but instead and powell looked at that and said well why didn't the river just go around go around why did it go through this mountains we start asking these questions and so he started coming up with ideas about whether the river went i whether the whether up thrust went i and he started basically any advantage and gave word to the science of gio more fog rafi which is the whole science of earth's topographic features and how they're changed through geologic processes su su to this change the.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And mastodon teeth at all like that and so this fellow really turned john wesley powell's father chorus named him john wesley after the great methodist founder of methodism and wanted him to be a minister like he was and john wesley the young boy said now i just really fascinated by geology and what's beginning to happen so so let's talk about the trip that made him so famous done down the grand canyon this expedition into this amazing place that so few people had seen how did he come to make that trip well it's a really interesting story so he had studied some geology didn't graduate from college he was a principal in a midwestern school but within a credible burning curiosity and he took some of the first college field trips out west out to colorado out to middle park and south park to collect for institutions and he heard about you know at that point just after the civil war when he would do this very famous expedition there was only one little patch of continental america that was left unexplored unmapped hundred by three hundred mile section of the colorado plateau and of course it includes today's bryce canyon and zion and of course the grand canyon that powell would name very very inhospitable to people but powell rip saw as a geologist that there was this extraordinary opportunity to go through the river which hadn't nobody knew what happened to the river whether there were falls whether it went underground he had heard reports that are really what it was and he thought wow here's an incredible opportunity for a scientist to go into the one of the greatest gashes in the world and figure it all out of course there's so many stories in your book of exploration which is what draws so many people his story but what were some of his scientific observations of the grand canyon yeah so that's really interesting john you know so most people know him about it's this incredible tale he lost an arm at during shiloh so he's a one armed guy he takes nine guys in these puny rowboats down through these incredibly awful rapids and through unexplored i mean it's very dramatic but what that is hidden over the years is the fact that as i was saying he's here's this geologist i mean it's like one of the most incredible scientific opportunities of the nineteenth century was you know like a kid in a candy store going down so he would go down the other guys over these adventures they looked up they saw colorful rocks but with the rocks were telling powell were these incredible stories you know he would see because as you as you start lee's ferry for instance and you start into the grand canyon like i've done start with a chi bab limestone it's two hundred fifty million years old triassic rock kind of creamy and as you go down the next couple of hundred miles you go down and down and down and you go through nineteen different rock strata and the kyw bad blonston eventually six thousand feet above your head and you reach the vishnu schist this really dark hard rock and it's the basement rock they call it nearly two billion years old and so he was really literally going back in time into the earth he called it like reading a book you said as as we went i read so he would see these alternating layers of limestone and sandstone that kept alternating and what he saw there was this great inland sea that was receding and coming back and receding he saw this but he also kind of saw these puzzles right he saw this mountain split mountainous is a credible mountain and the river green river at that point goes right through the middle of this right through the middle it's like you take a a band saw and through ten miles of this high mountain cut it right in in in half and the river went right through there but instead and powell looked at that and said well why didn't the river just go around go around why did it go through this mountains we start asking these questions and so he started coming up with ideas about whether the river went i whether the whether upthrust went i and he started basically any event it and gave word to the science of gio more fog rafi which is the whole science of earth's topographic features and how they're changed through geologic processes su su did this change the public perception of what the grand can nyon was and.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And we've even though people knew they were good and bad spirits they all was 10 to worship the evil spirits now obviously the the i and i i stand on my biblical position that there is a uh duality in the universe there's obviously the devil there's obviously god there's obviously jesus and jesus made the statement that the gates of helvoort open i proposed everybody that the wild imagination the dreams even those things that have been uh horrifically portrayed in horror movies slasher movies i believe those are what i would call demonic out pictures and i'll i'm picturing and four people you know i heard the guy that you were uh interviewing that why do you guys believe this out or the other thing on the question of giants just in my forty years of researching at there are over ten thousand written records that i've been able to locate and what's interesting and and this is what's gonna be really fascinating two people to my knowledge were the only guys to ever interview uh uh smith sony in insider because you know the smithsonian coverup you type that am on the internet and uh he was the only guy that's ever been allowed to come forth and he did come forward not because he was allowed with the information that the smithsonian has four of these giant warehouses a hundred yards long george four levels down with intersecting um corridors and they have all of the ancient artifacts in giant vaults and uh on ball bearing so he can pull them out beacon rearrange them and they can hide him he was showing egyptian mummies taken from the grand canyon now this was i witness i know the guy he's very famous who is field you know my goal is never give anybody or put them in arms wave his father in law and people can go look this up is father in law at one point one of the most famous geologist if not the most famous geologist in the grand canyon then dr pay way is uh dying will his brain he wanted literally to be putting a chart and to put next to uh john wesley powell john wesley powell became the curators the smithsonian he's the one that went in the grand canyon and.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ball bearing so he can pull them out can rearrange them and they can hide him he was showing the egyptian mummies taken from the grand canyon now this is i witness i know the guy he's very famous has field you know my goal is never give anybody or put them in arms way his father in law and people can go look this up is father in law at one point was one of them most famous geologist if not the most famous geologist in the grand canyon main dr peiwei his uh dying all his brain he wanted literally to be putting in shaar and to put next to uh john wesley powell john wesley powell became the curators the smithsonian he's the one that went in the grand canyon and john wesley powell was part of an intentional coverup so the movie that i'm i'm doing right now the dvd that'll be out and probably two months is egypt sharon presence in both the americas and the pacific rim and the great smithsonian cover up so this gentleman when in such detail and you can lose out dr pay way pwe uh you can also look up the cosmos club are you familiar with the cosmos club not well i wasn't either until this gentleman told me those and it's a club for very hobby it's handpick the most if you will uh well accepted the most uh well research scientists in the world in the and the geological arts the anthropology anthropology peel these guys get together and have since uh the time of its inception look it up khazar they are they mainstream thinkers outside the blocks they really are outside the bucks but they're the control mechanism you know george orwell said this who controls the pass controls the future who controls the present controls the pass and right now we're out there who controls the present controlling the path so what these guys have been as a gatekeepers to the uh presence of giants and other anomalous even uh ancient flying saucers in this country and so when you know the gentleman who i heard recorded on your uh same why do you guys believe all this stuff in when it comes to giants it is the most well documented in my opinion what is evidence legally what is evidence and where's the.

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"john wesley powell" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"john wesley powell" Discussed on KELO

"Of the most ancient recordings and would even though people knew there were good and bad spirits they always tend to worship the evil spirits now obviously the the i and i i stand on my biblical position that there is a uh duality in the universe there's obviously the devil there's obviously god there's obviously jesus and jesus made the statement that the gates of hell bullpen i proposed everybody that the wild imagination the dreams even those things that have been uh horrifically portrayed in horror movies slasher movies i believe those are what i would call diamante out pictures and i'll picturing and four people you know what i heard the guy that you were uh interviewing that why do you guys believe this saturday the other thing on the question of giants just in my forty years of researching it there are over ten thousand written records that i've been able to locate and what's interesting and and this is what's gonna be really fascinating to people to my knowledge were the only guys to ever interview uh as smith sony in insider because you know the smithsonian coverup your type thad young on the internet and uh he was the only guy that's ever been allowed to come forth than he did come forward not because he was allowed with the information that the smithsonian has four of these giant warehouses a hundred yards long george four levels down with intersecting um corridors and they have all of the ancient artefacts in giant vaults and uh on ball bearing so he can pull them out bacon rearrange them and they gonna hide him he was showing egypt's among east taken from the grand canyon now this is i witness i know the guy he's very famous in this field you know my goal is never give anybody or put them in arms waved his father in law and people can go look this up his father in law at one point was one of the most famous geologist if not the most famous geologist in the grand canyon then dr pay way is uh dying will his brain he wanted literally to be putting in shaar and dip put next to uh john wesley powell john wesley powell became the curators the smithsonian he's the one that when the grand canyon and john westley powell was part of an intentional coverup.

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