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"ksm" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"ksm" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"I'm Dale willman A suspected tornado rolled through parts of Kansas overnight dozens of buildings were damaged and several people injured We do have crews on the ground right now inside your county doing damage assessments going door to door in the southeast part of the city trying to give us information about how bad things may be in central county Julie stimson is the Cedric county emergency management director in an interview with KSM TV She said there are power outages following the storm Admiral Rachel Levine the highest ranking transgender official in U.S. history is about to give a speech to medical students and young physicians at Texas Christian university in Fort Worth NPR's Selena Simmons duffin reports Texas is one of a number of states all around the country that have recently introduced bills that target trans kids Admiral Levine is a pediatrician by training she says the medical community needs to step up In the face of these politically motivated challenges that we're seeing in states we need to stand up and be more vocal And that's exactly what I'm going to do She says trans youth need to be empowered and affirmed She lists the ways the Biden administration has used policy to support them She says she also wants to use her visibility as an open and proud transgender woman to advocate for more empathy and understanding Salinas duffin and PR news Ukrainian forces are attempting to hold off a Russian advance in their country's south and east That's where Russian forces are attempting to capture the country's Donbass region U.S. analysts say the Russian advances once again going more slowly than planned The UN meanwhile is attempting to broker an evacuation of civilians from the southern city of mariupol Ukraine's deputy agriculture minister meanwhile says he fears Russia is stealing massive amounts of grain from Ukrainian areas occupied by Russian troops Russia's invasion of Ukraine has disrupted grain production and distribution leading to rising food prices NPR's jonica cassis reports from Kyiv Speaking on Ukrainian TV deputy agriculture minister tarash visotzky said that farmers are trying to work during planting season despite constant shelling from Russian troops He also accused Russia of stealing grains toward an occupied Ukrainian territory He says there are roughly 1.5 million tons of grain in those occupied areas Ukraine is known as Europe's breadbasket It was a top global exporter of grains before the war Russia is now blocking the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa Ukraine's main export hub Neighboring Romania is helping move some of those exports through the Black Sea port of constanta News Kyiv North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is warned that his country could preemptively use its nuclear weapons if threatened his comments came as he praised his top army officials for a massive military parade this week that parade followed a string of missile tests in that country You are listening to NPR news A residential building in the Chinese province of hunan has collapsed rescuers say as many as 39 people are still missing Another 23 people are trapped in the rubble NPR's Emily fang has more The residential building was in hunan's capital city of changsha The 6 story tower suddenly toppled on Friday with dozens of people still inside Changsha says it will step up additional inspection work to prevent more disasters Many of China's modern residential buildings and bridges were built hastily in the 1990s and early 2000s and building collapses are not uncommon Last year another building in hunan province collapsed killing 5 people two years ago a quarantine hotel in China collapsed killing ten people isolating inside Emily fang and pure news Restaurants in Beijing meanwhile have been ordered to close dine in services as the Chinese capital grapples with the COVID-19 outbreak Authorities.

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"ksm" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

04:24 min | 7 months ago

"ksm" Discussed on NFL Live

"Jayson Tatum and jaylen Brown and the Celtics are Madison Square Garden to take on Julius Randle and former Celtic Kimball walker. And the Knicks at 7 34 30 Pacific, then it's our prime time West Coast game with raining MVP, the Joker and the nuggets in Phoenix square and off against Devin Booker, Chris Paul and the sons. Last season, Western Conference champs, two great matchups, to tip off the NBA season on ESPN and the ESPN app. One app one tap. Welcome to organized chaos, along with Rex Ryan. Here's Bart Scott. Welcome to organized KSM park Scott Rex trying to be coming to join us a little bit later. Let's start with the game of the night. The Sunday Night football and NBC does not disappoint.

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"ksm" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

09:59 min | 8 months ago

"ksm" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"In 2000 and two beginning of a four year stay at CIA black sites. The defendants also include a nephew of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, accused of Transferring money to the hijackers on his uncle's behalf while working as a computer tech in Dubai. Mohammed has been in U. S custody for more than 18 years now, like the others, he was captured in Pakistan, and they've all been at Gitmo for 15 years, now charged with crimes, including terrorism, hijacking and nearly 3000 counts of murder. But the case now on judge Number seven has yet to make it to trial after a variety of legal challenges and a high profile fight years ago over the setting the Bush administration Controversially, but I thought at the time correctly try to move the cases out of civilian court. Andrew McCarthy is a former assistant U. S attorney for the Southern District of New York and a Fox News contributor, at least against, uh, the category of terrorists that we called alien enemy combatants. And to move them into a military commission proceeding instead. And that effort which I which I think people should have cooperated in. Was instead turned into a real, uh, hot partisan football and the to make a long 20 year story short. There is that you have the problem. Both that The Democrats. Attacked the Propriety of the commissions from the beginning and and really hammered them relentlessly. And you had a lot of lawyers who volunteered their services to our Enemies in order to to try to dismantle and undermine the commission system. And then to be fair. The commission system didn't work very well. It hasn't worked very well. So in 20 years, we've never gotten a single trial. To completion. I think there's been either eight or nine Guilty pleas and in a lot of those cases, you know, frankly, I say this as someone who prosecuted terrorists and the civilian system sentences in the military system where an absolute disgrace I mean, guys who would have gotten hammered in civilian terrorism trials were virtually given a walk in some of these military commissions. And in the case, particularly of KSM and four other terrorists who were directly responsible for the 9 11 attacks. There's a big issue about Statements that they made to particularly the CIA. And how much of that information is admissible in court. Yeah, and you mentioned the things they may have said to the CIA. This, of course, goes back to the enhanced interrogation techniques. Uh, Eventually Brandon is torture and a limp stopped by the Obama administration. Um could that really him string this case Could that end up throwing Lot of evidence out. I mean, how much of this will end up being a battle centered on that? Well, in the first instance I want to push back a little bit on the common labelling of this questioning is torture. Because I don't think it ever was. The fact that people on the left and in the Obama administration labeled a torture doesn't make it so and I don't think these people were tortured. That's not to say that their statements were not Elicited from physically aggressive tactics that would not be permitted in any court. Whether it's a military court order for civilian court, you cannot Get put in evidence of a confession that's derived by overriding somebody's will to resist, Um, questioning, but I don't think it was torture. But there is a A big problem in that you could lose evidence of Confessions and I should be clear on this. Lisa that Um you can't admit a statement that was directly Elicited by waterboarding or some other form of enhanced interrogation. Or or, you know, physically coercive interrogation. Anything that overbear somebody's will. The issue here is To compare it to a normal civilian trial. The law is if you give if you failed to give somebody Miranda warnings in a civilian Context. And he makes a an incriminating statement. And then subsequently you give that person Miranda warnings and he makes the same statement. The second statement can be admitted even if the first statement is inadmissible because the second statement is deemed Voluntary. So the issue in the, uh, KSM case with respect to the guys who were waterboarded is do the statements that they made under circumstances where they weren't being coerced. Do they get to be admitted in the trial? No one is trying to admit the statements that they made while they were being water boarded. The question is even when the government says they gave their subsequent statements voluntarily. Did they give those statements under circumstances where they should get? The cat was out of the bag because they had talked while they were being waterboarded, And at that point, it didn't matter whether they spoke or not, So that's the that's the legal issue. You are the lead prosecutor in the convictions of the 1993 World Trade Center bombers and a plot to blow up other landmarks to is. How is this different? How is this trial? Different? Of course, The setting of it is different. But are you Are you optimistic that this will also lead to convictions that could hold up? The setting is different. Charges are different. The times are different in the sense that what was miraculous about the World Trade Center bombing was that despite Detonating £1400 chemical explosive at high noon during a period of time when we proved that there was in that area, very densely packed area of lower Manhattan there could be anywhere from 60 to 120,000 people. At any one time in the immediate area of the explosion. The miracle was that only six people, including one woman, who I believe was almost may have been seven months pregnant. But only six adults were killed. There was a lot of damage and there were people who were injured, but the number of the number of people who were killed compared to the thousands that they hope to kill. Was really minimal. And miraculous If you look at the at just the sheer destruction, so it's a very you know, it's a different thing. It's it's different. Not only because it's a military justice system proceeding rather than a civilian justice system proceeding, but also because the country is so different and and the feeling that we have about terrorism, and the aftermath of these terrorist attacks is so different. In 2021 than it was in 1993 94 95. We've seen KSM and the others as pretrial hearings resumed this week for the first time since the pandemic started. We've seen the smiling waving at each other. Um, They appeared just to be happy to see each other in court. But it makes you wonder. You know if they're convicted, and even if they're sentenced to death, um is it going to matter to them? And should it matter to us whether or not it matters to them? I mean, I think part of the reason that they're smiling and waving at each other is because they should have been executed 15 years ago, and they're still alive. So When 9 11 happened, and particularly when KSM was apprehended. If you had told someone that it would be 2021, he wouldn't even his trial wouldn't even be imminent yet because we don't even know when this trial is going to start. I don't think anybody would have believed that so in a sense, these guys are, uh are cheating death and they have good reason to think they've made fools of us. But will it matter to them? I don't know. If we should care so much, whether if they get put to death, it'll matter to them. I think what we need to be concerned about is the national security of the United States. And whether they care about whether they get put to death or not. I think it's important that they do. With the 20th anniversary of 9 11 upon us Have you done a lot of reflecting about the origins of the war on terror, the rise of radical Islam? And whether we've learned the lessons we need to learn from those past cases, including the when you prosecuted leading up to 9 11. Yeah, I've thought of it a lot. And I think the biggest frustration on my end is I feel like We proved in court What the ideology of the jihadist is and the fact that there is a kind of a straight line of causation between Verses that they focus on in Scripture mediating figures like whether it's an Al Qaeda type organization or someone like the blind Sheik who inspire people using these scriptures to commit terrorist acts..

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"ksm" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"ksm" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Island Steel is traffic and weather Station news radio 9 21 47 FM. Wh JJ Providence and I Heart radio station. More 9 11 victims identified Jack Callahan Fox News Only days before the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the US remains of two more of the victims have been identified. The New York City medical examiner Says they used high tech DNA testing to put names with the 1646th and 47th victims at the World Trade Center. But more than 1111 100. Other sets of remains are still unidentified. The alleged mastermind of the attacks in the U. S military courtroom at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, yesterday. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, better known by his initials KSM, charged with killing nearly 3000 people on 9 11 his idea to hijack the airliner sporting Kuwait case, then went to a small college in North Carolina before graduating to a life of terrorist And beginning in Afghanistan for the five Gitmo detainees were not wearing masks. All their lawyers were all the female attorneys for the five prisoners were wearing hijab and covered head to toe conservative Islamic attire on the orders of KSM. I'm told female U. S military lawyers defending the detainees at taxpayer expense. We're not they're bracing the court proceedings for prayer time. Two of the prisoners were US military desert fatigue jackets. Fox News witnessed all the five detainees together, smiling and waving at each other the first time together in court over 500 days like his Lucas Tomlinson reports, there is still no Trial date scheduled President Biden toward flood damaged areas in New York and New Jersey on Tuesday, promising federal help in the short term and the solution to climate change in the long term. My message to everyone grappling with this devastation is We're here. We're not going home, So let's get it done. Well, I really mean that we're not leaving. We're going to continue to shout as long.

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"ksm" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"ksm" Discussed on KOMO

"The mastermind behind the attacks of 9 11. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, also known as KSM is facing American justice, but his lawyers say he admitted that under duress There's a B C's Terry Moran before the trial begins. The judge must also decide what evidence can be admitted the defense team, arguing that the men on trial or tortured, subjected to brutal interrogation techniques. And that their accounts and that confession are in question. The CIA has admitted to subjecting Collegiate Mohammed to repeated waterboarding, a technique that simulates drowning. And this trial has been held up for nearly a decade for the survivors and family members of the victims. It's a process that has taken far too long more than a week after the storm. The Louisiana death toll from Hurricane Ida has risen by five. But just who's responsible is the subject of a growing debate as we hear from a B C's Jim Ryan After Ida knocked out the power, the managers of 10 New Orleans apartment complexes for seniors say they tried unsuccessfully to get help from the city. Five residents would later die in their on air conditioned apartments. But Mayor LaToya Cantrell blames the apartment operators. It was negligence and it is not on the backs of the city of New Orleans. The city has now evacuated 10 of the apartment buildings closing down two of them. Jim Ryan, ABC News More than 200,000 Washingtonians are without a lifeline. Now. Federal pandemic unemployment benefits expired Monday. That includes the weekly $300 a week supplement for millions of Americans were more employees head back to work now, given the major staffing shortage. Cuomo's Suzanne Thon with more Baba restaurant business is brisk. Kunar Teresa Nguyen is busy interviewing people for restaurant positions and you start interviewing a young lady for a server position. Her restaurant has done a lot to try and persuade employees to come back and encourage more people to apply. We offer health insurance we're looking to offer. 41 K restaurants and hotels and the hospitality industry took a big hit during the pandemic because of closures and layoffs. Then there was a massive staffing shortage, Some say stems from concerns about covid 19 childcare issues and unemployment benefits. Federal pandemic unemployment benefits just expired on Labor Day that impacts about 200,000 Washingtonians. The rise of Covid 19 cases and kids back in school already has doctors talking about this year's flu season. Medical reporter Liz Bonus, spoke with Grace Watch Oh kick president of Akron Children's Hospital in Saint Elizabeth Health Care's Dr Robert Tracy. She shares why they want you to step up and get your flu shot as early as this week. Healthcare providers say they are talking about the flu because, unlike last year where we were mainly indoors in masks and not in school this year,.

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"ksm" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"ksm" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"They smiled and waved. Lisa Brady Fox News. Five of the men suspected of plotting the 9 11 attacks, apparently pleased to see each other as they made their first joint court appearance in over 500 days. A pretrial hearing delayed by the pandemic that included the accused mastermind of the attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, better known by his initials KSM, charged with killing nearly 3000 people on 9 11. His idea to hijack the airliner sporting Kuwait kiss him went to a small college in North Carolina. Before graduating to a life of terrorism beginning in Afghanistan for the five Gitmo detainees were not wearing masks. All their lawyers were all the female attorneys. The five prisoners were wearing her job and covered head to toe in conservative Islamic attire on the orders of KSM I'm told female U. S military lawyers defending the detainees at taxpayer expense. We're not boxes Lucas Tomlinson at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba tomorrow. The defense and prosecution plan to continue questioning the new judge. The sixth judge assigned to the case. The port of New Orleans is back in business, just announcing the container vessel operations have resumed after a more than week long shutdown from Hurricane Ida. Meantime, just getting word Louisiana plans to revoke the licenses of seven nursing homes after the deaths of evacuated seniors. President Biden visiting parts of the Northeast, devastated by ideas remnants. The president, while giving hugs of consolation to residents described the damage he saw along a Manville New Jersey Street. It's incredible. One couple he met, described leaving in a hurry with their infant child before the flood rolled in, hoping to find a home still intact. Our plan was to come back once the water has gone down. I daughter's nursery is on the second floor. And so we're there Another corner. The president heard many of those kinds of stories telling residents that local state and federal.

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"ksm" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"ksm" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Traffic and stimulating talk. They smiled and waved on. Lisa Brady Fox News, five of the men suspected of plotting the 9 11 attacks, apparently pleased to see each other as they made their first joint court appearance and over 500 days a pretrial hearing delayed by the pandemic that included The accused mastermind of the attacks. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, better known by his initials KSM, charged with killing nearly 3000 people on 9 11 his idea to hijack the airliner sporting Kuwait. KSM went to a small college in North Carolina before graduating to a life of terrorism beginning in Afghanistan for the five Gitmo detainees were not wearing masks. All their lawyers were all the female attorneys for the five prisoners were wearing a job and covered head to toe in conservative Islamic attire on the orders of KSM. I'm told female U. S. Military lawyers defending the detainees taxpayers Since we're not boxes Lucas Tomlinson at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba tomorrow. The defense and prosecution plan to continue questioning the new judge, the sixth judge assigned to the case. The port of New Orleans is back in business, just announcing the container vessel operations have resumed after more than week long shutdown from Hurricane Ida. Meantime, just getting word Louisiana plans to revoke the licenses of seven nursing homes after the deaths of evacuated seniors. President Biden visiting parts of the Northeast, devastated by ideas remnants. The president, while giving hugs of consolation to residents described the damage he saw along a Manville, New Jersey Street. Incredible. One couple he met, described leaving in a hurry with their infant child before the flood rolled in, hoping to find a home still intact. Our plan was to come back once the water has gone down. I daughter's nursery is on the second floor. There another corner, The president heard many of those kinds of stories telling residents that local state and federal assistance is coming boxes. GURNAL Scott America is listening to Fox News..

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"ksm" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"ksm" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Make it easier than ever before for anybody to go cast a ballot with his signature Republican, Abbott has made Senate Bill one the newest state law in Texas. Jim really in ABC News Dallas, the self confessed mastermind behind the 9 11 terror attacks, appearing in a military court today in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, also known as KSM, and four other detainees had a pretrial hearing. ABC Shannon Crawford has taken so long really underscores what critics say is a fatal flaw of this military war court system. They say that the defendants here don't have access to due process. They don't have access to a speedy trial. You're listening to ABC News now your political insights from ABC News Later today, President Biden will tour flood damaged areas in New Jersey and New York City over the weekend. He approved federal disaster aid for those counties hit hard by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, a State Department official tells ABC News at four U. S. Citizens were evacuated across one of Afghanistan's land borders officials saying they left without Taliban interference. Attorney General Merrick Garland says his department is researching how it can challenge the Texas abortion law that says State citizens can sue people who help women get an abortion if the fetus has passed six weeks. The Justice Department also saying they will prosecute any violence against clinics for people seeking reproductive health services. Robert E. Lee commanded the Civil War Confederate Army is 21 FT. Tall Richmond, Virginia statute became a symbol of the slavery he fought to preserve Virginia will remove it Wednesday and place it in a state warehouse. Andy Field, ABC News.

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"ksm" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

07:07 min | 11 months ago

"ksm" Discussed on Racing Post

"Wiegand onto one off so that way for a half antuna yet so twenty five and then the name as four into i still basin is now. Wow it was like a run out my. That's good okay. What for next season might just copying of this one but firmly to be relegated to the reason that people think bernie won't be relegated just because they don't and it sure gets it right. I was looking at. I think that the free that come up a good What food we'll feel guy. They went down when they did played some good football once they without the manager. And you expect them to go again. They have done before they could play his the probably bringing more norwich billy gill morphing an interesting signing for them already would be a little bit worried about them. but i still think very competitive and then brentford. I think gave you have a look at some of the prices that they've been going off in their matches You know in the championship. I mean the mike about him. Down to the premier league tamie waiting for a wall now whether they can play that same football if they may be lose. Five or six on the troll. Confidence goes the that would be a question but a certainly thing. All freedom will be very competitive. Which brings you boys into. Play is a good appointment or bad one don't know did. He plays quite pragmatic football. Which might actually be better suited than going down the front divorce Previous franz change. Everything i mean. Walls are hostile On inclined to certificate the palace can do enough to stay off and it will be pretty close but only eleven to four and look at their scorn really facing and if if the shown dodge magic doesn't work any stage then i mean they've got the potential to to just go and they really i mean they they never really seemed to spend money I just think that things coming offer a quite good. So if they ought to be They also proved to be good. It makes a few of those you know. Just stay out pretty vulnerable inside. I'll be point polly spoon. They knew calls them. So it seems or lumped together newcastle with students talk of a takeover which i think if you want them to be really it just just maybe white wallet onto the process collapsing And then it was polishing burnley the bigger price. But you know you have a little south Southampton gone down lindsay wounds. Gone down the definitely a pretend jumping for maybe a police openly jeff. I wouldn't argue with that. Okay chats excellent stuff before we go. I'm just gonna get old romantic here is there's there's two minutes of extra-time supply it's it's noon nell and england guy ahead and school the winner in the whole country routes. Which plan do you want to school. That winner aiden perkins sterling. Yeah i saw. That is the sterling backstory. It has britain. Isn't bbc did a bit from his primary school. today you cannot believe a closer is to wembley the art. She's just right there. So that's a great shout mile. Bruce charcoal say i think he deserves sterling. Doesn't so much doubt by people criticize you know in the bill to the tournament not trade particularly well by maybe certain sections of the media and south guys took byman and maybe people were right to question at the start the tournament that he was that he was a definite starter because he wasn't great for c. Towards the end of the season book. I mean. He's lifted his england when hurricane wasn't planned what them i two games he was the my man you know even last night gets the penalty and and you know almost scored. The first goal is whether it was an own goal so if if anyone ksm deserves it well said aydin mark. Well i mean is this. I mean hurricane and then hopefully leave trophy With the national thing. So i think in terms of a back story. I mean what about luke shore often as being one of england's best players i mean marino treated him absolutely have rented the still as popsy now in the media for some bizarre reason. The is bizarre reason. It's because he's a bloody child marina. Well yeah they doesn't radel really my much sense. Sure is i mean he comes across the just the really quiet nice dollar really. Schettino used to stay behind that southampton often play badminton. Women stuff like that. It was it was. It was almost so bullying in the workplace. What was going on when the two together magician you know. He's he's been on monday. Nights best plays season. He's done really well this year. Always and i'm eight. Somebody thought odd. Lots of saint basil hero. If there is to be one. I agree with that and dan on a guy. We've greeley coming off the bench by down wouldn't it. I mean you think about you know. Everyone takes grounded now. You know the route that we've had fro but there's actually a real doubt you know nunu in in the game against the checks where we she going to win the group and then get that you know that nostril auto ended up getting. He puts to go on a plight. There doesn't aether for studying in germany. Game he comes off the bench in game at nearly always invited involved in both does and since then he has really been saying much not really for his own foot rarely so for me the frame to come on and get the winner will be fantastic. Yeah anything you wouldn't want score and it was just gonna say probably This appropriate scots welshmen irish people shouting the radio emotively also before. Thank you so much imp a couple of dates Feeds look at well date so much rising. Both saturday and sunday will be see crammed with fantastic euro twenty twenty phone coverage and as we've already mentioned the new season isn't that far away now and on august third. The mega rice in class big kickoff ubi out free in the racing post edition of that so look out for that. Thank you so much for listening the or it's the full of blige wednesday august the full. Oh we come at that okay. Fine when those full thank you very much indeed for that mark in the meantime having a little break from the post cuss will be back from new season. I'd say thank you to all the guests over the experts but also all the fantastic production. Same all the guys with all their hardware for the price cuts. We've hoped we've enjoyed the post cost this season. We are back in august. in the meantime. Enjoy the guy. That's how we got the result we want..

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"ksm" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"ksm" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yeah, I mean, they have ended up in many places where friends and partners of the United States agreed assed part of a collective undertaking to fight Al Qaeda. To resettle detainees that had been detained by the United States. The country's really range from countries in the Gulf to countries in Europe countries in South America. The US seems to have acknowledged that some Guantanamo prisoners never belonged there in the first place. But others, like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed face strong evidence that they were involved in planning or financing the 9 11 attacks so they will probably spend the rest of their lives in prison somewhere. If they don't remain at Gitmo. Where do you think people like KSM should go and how should they be dealt with? Well? KSM currently faces the capital charge death penalty. The problem is that the military commission process has proven to be extraordinarily slow. In putting him and others on trial. That's probably understatement. I mean, it's been close to two decades, and there's been no trial. Yeah, that's exactly right, you know, And this frankly, is why we need to re evaluate where we are. With respect to Guantanamo. We have so far been unsuccessful in being able to prosecute individuals allegedly responsible for an attack that occurred almost 20 years ago. Do you actually expect? Get Mo to be totally out of operation? By the time Biden leaves office? I do. I think the president is committed to closing Guantanamo. You say you think Biden will do it? But again, Obama was unable to. So why would Biden be able to, particularly in this current political climate? Well, I'm hoping that the Congress will see the logic of closing down facility, which really is a relic of another era, which is harm the image of the United States in which is currently extraordinarily expensive to the U. S taxpayer. Given the available alternatives and will choose to repeal the law that prevents Guantanamo detainees from entering the United States, including for purposes of serving. Prison sentence here in one of our prisons that I think is the proper pathway to closing Guantanamo, and I think it's a pathway that the blood administration should welcome in and charge. That's legal Loski special envoy for Guantanamo under President Obama. Thank you for talking about this. Thank you. There was a lot of controversy about billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk getting to host Saturday night Live on NBC last night. And in his opening monologue, he made a surprising admission. I'm actually making history night as the first person with Asberger's to host SNL. At least the first to admit that statement was not entirely true. As it turns out to help us sort through that and the rest of musk SNL appearance. We're joined by NPR TV critic Eric Deggans. Hi, Eric. Hi, Eric..

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"ksm" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"ksm" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"This is all things considered from NPR News. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer, now to one of the country's most notorious detention facilities. The U. S military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Lawyers for some of the 40 prisoners still being held there say many of them have been on a hunger strike for nearly a month. They're frustrated because President Biden has said he wants to shut down Gitmo, Yet they remain behind bars. Most of them have spent years there without being charged, and some have been cleared for release but still not let go. So what's the holdup? And what would it take to close it for? Good For this? We've called Lee Wolosky. He was special envoy for Guantanamo under President Obama and served on the National Security Council under Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush League Wolosky. Welcome to the program. Great to be here, Sasha. I want to start with something really basic. Because in my view, Gitmo is largely forgotten by the general public. Would you remind our listeners why there was a U. S military prison at Guantanamo Bay. Sure, the military prison at Guantanamo was set up in 2000 and two as as U. S forces swept through Afghanistan. And started rounding up individuals that we found on the battlefield. Essentially, without any clear sense. In many cases of who they were. We brought them to Guantanamo. And that was the population of Guantanamo was subsequently expanded when we apprehended individuals who we believe to be responsible for the 9 11 attacks and another terrorist attacks. You are a vocal advocate that it should be closed. Why do you think it should be closed first? It's extraordinarily expensive. We spend about $13 million per detainee pretty year. Second. It's this clear stigma. To the image of the United States, and it serves as a recruitment vehicle for extremist organizations. And third, it is increasingly frankly, just a relic of the past. That house is increasingly geriatric detainees, the oldest of whom is in his Early seventies on as of President Baden takes United States out of Afghanistan. I think it's an appropriate time to revisit other relics of that previous era, and, frankly, that previous threat environment which no longer really exists, at least in the same fashion if it did. When Guantanamo was established when you were Obama's Guantanamo envoy, you were part of the team that tried and failed to close Gitmo. What do you consider the main reason Obama was unable to do that? The main one and then we can talk about some specific hurdles? Well, we actually did a reasonably good job in getting out of Guantanamo. All the detail Almost all the detainees who The U. S government concluded no longer needed to remain in U. S custody. What we didn't do is figure out how to overcome a law that purports to prevent the president. From moving any detainees in Guantanamo to the United States s so that they could be detained in the United States on perhaps tried in the United States. That has really served to prevent President Obama from closing Guantanamo and continues to pose a significant obstacle to any any efforts that President Biden might undertake to close the facility. The State Department used to have an office your old office that negotiated transfers of Guantanamo prisoners to other countries, But President Trump eliminated that office. Do you believe that office needs to be reopened in order to move prisoners to other countries and close down Gitmo? Yes, it it probably does. There are 66 of the 40, who remain in Guantanamo are currently eligible to be transferred outside the custody of the United States. On. There's really no reason to delay transferring them out of the United States of U. S custody that that is a job that would have been undertaken by my former office which, as you point out, no longer exists, but which I understand may be reconstituted. And there are other options to even for individuals who are not cleared to be released. Currently, there is the possibility that foreign countries may choose to prosecute them or that they may choose to serve prison sentences outside the United States. That, too is undertaking there could be made by by the State Department. Is it hard to find other countries willing to take these men? Yeah, I mean, they have ended up in many places where friends and partners of the United States agreed. Assed, part of a collective undertaking to fight Al Qaeda to resettle detainees that had been detained by the United States. The country's really range from countries in the Gulf. Two countries in Europe countries in South America. The U. S seems to have acknowledged that some Guantanamo prisoners never belonged there in the first place. But others, like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed face strong evidence that they were involved in planning or financing the 9 11 attacks so they will probably spend the rest of their lives in prison somewhere. If they don't remain in Gitmo. Where do you think people like KSM should go? And how should they be dealt with well chaos and currently faces the capital charge death penalty. The problem is that the military commission process has proven to be extraordinarily slow. In putting him and others on trial. That's probably understatement. I mean, it's been close to two decades, and there's been no trial. Yeah, that's exactly right, you know, and years ago Do you actually expect? Get Mo to be totally out of operation by the time Biden leaves office? I do. I think the president is committed to closing Guantanamo. You say you think Biden will do it? But again, Obama was unable to. So why would Biden be able to, particularly in this current political climate? Well, I'm hoping that the Congress will see the logic of closing down of facility which really is a relic of another era, which is harm the image of the United States in which is currently extraordinarily expensive to the U. S taxpayer Get Been available alternatives and will choose to repeal the law that prevents Guantanamo detainees from entering the United States, including for purposes of serving a prison sentence here in one of our prisons. That I think is the proper pathway.

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"ksm" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"ksm" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Back with Mark and Rob. So this past Friday just this past Friday. I'm talking three days ago this past Friday, the Pentagon told The New York Post that they were. The Department of Defense had confirmed that official had signed an order that would seek over 19 vaccinations offered to all detainees and prisoners at Gitmo. This is what they want. Yeah, So I'm just I'm saying that the Pentagon told the New York Post on Friday, the Department of Defense officials had signed an order that would make sure all the detainees in prisoners at Gitmo were offered vaccinations. I see you saying Time out, Emphatic time out, Emphatic time. Emphatic time out here. You have so many questions because Gitmo was where the terrorists are at, right? Yes, that's correct. In fact, the most famous of them all. KSM Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, is there the hairy guy with the T shirt? Well, I mean, And to be fair. There are prettier. Okay, so these are not American terrorists at a base in Cuba right off the coast of keep off the coast of Cuba, and most of these guys are not over the age of 65. I don't know about that. They're not frontline emergency healthcare workers. No, they're definitely not that. Okay, So we were told that for an American to get the shot. Now some states is going down to 65. But 70/70 and or a health care worker. These people are neither of those. And they're also terrorists, and they're gonna get the shots before Americans. That's what it was looking like on Friday, and that is what the Pentagon told The New York Post on Friday. But when the New York Post ran the story there wa some backlash. Kidding. I know it's so weird, and in fact, there was a retired FAA official from Massachusetts who just bull lasted this decision and said, I haven't got a shot yet. And I'm 75. Our country has lost our collective mind. And so with that, and with a lot of other backlash because it was swift and fierce. Then all of a sudden, the Biden administration decided to walk back that plan, and, in fact, a Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby tweeted on Saturday and I quote No Guantanamo detainees have been vaccinated and we are pausing the plan toe move forward as we review force protection protocols. We remain committed to our obligations to keep our troops safe. It doesn't matter whether you walk to plan back. The fact is, that was that was the plan. This is why I hate government. This is why I mean, why are you so tightly wound when it comes to government? Because of crap like this. Someone thought like the idea you could even fathom. Let's give the terrorists the shot before our own citizens. Okay? Someone came up with that. I don't even I don't know how that idea gets invented, like I guess because of the people that guard them, and that is the only thing that you know when I try really hard to get into the minds of the people that made this decision. The on Lee thing I can come up with is that they were like, Wow, Our troops are the ones that are manning that That prison and so they need to be kept safe from the terrorists. So we'll vaccinate the terrorists. Even you don't believe that court. Well, I mean, I don't believe it's a good idea, but you don't even believe that there's they sympathize with those people and wanted them to have the vaccine. Well, that's the dad's problem because of you cared about the troops given to the troops. I know this is a vaccine and and there on an island by themselves, like if you were thinking people who might be safe from covert hello. The prevalence of putting them on the island is to keep them away. From everyone. But this is this is liberalism. Right? This is big government. This is who the Biden administration is They value the lives of terrorists over American citizens say their names. You kidding? I mean, there's a CORI Bush wanted, including Cori Bush is African American, one of the white supremacist named to be said like a real one. Not just like Trump voters literally like that's why he was on the death row. He was a white supremacist. This is the point of it, Z. It's the same thing that's going to happen at the border. It's the same thing that's going to happen everywhere, everyone but American citizens will be put first. Yeah, and you want to hear a staff? It's just gonna be. Oh, it's gonna make you crazy Stop! I have to tell you the U. S government, which means us has spent Ah $161.5 million Housing colleagues. Shake shake Mohammed House has him. How is that even though he's on an island, it wasn't it cost a lot to have the island and him specifically, is cost 161 and a half million dollars. That's what we've spent on that guy since he murdered American. How was that guy's still living like there's no doubt he did it. He owns that. He did it. I know you don't know what What are we waiting on? I don't know. But I knew that that would make you crazy. I just had to tell you it's a great time to get a great deal on a new.

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"ksm" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"ksm" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"J. Simpson was stabbed this past week with the vaccine shot. That's right. He O. J. Simpson got the vaccine before your mom did. It's really nice to see S. Oh, he's got it. He was all excited about it. He tweeted a photo of himself getting the vaccine, he says, Get your shot. I got mine. He's got a face mask on that says the juice. So that way, although his face is covered, you know who would It's amazing to me that he still thinks that people want to see him in the spotlight. I guess we do talk about him in every tweet and remember what he joined Twitter. Actually, I think you would ever having the conversation of Should we follow him? I was like now. We shouldn't. We can't. But he still makes news. Yeah, I like his his Twitter videos that again They're all kind of like vaguely threatening. Hey, there. America. Remember me like, Yeah, We remember RJ. We see a buddy um, so anyway, so now he's a He's a leader. He's one of these people. He's a Kamila Harris like you get the shot. You do it in public, and you do it to inspire others. So O. J. Simpson inspiring. Million's this week. Also inspiring is Thea Extent to which our government has no idea what is doing the Pentagon. This is a real headline. Pentagon Halts Plan to Offer Cove in 19 vaccinations to get mo detainees amid backlash why did it have to get here? The Pentagon on Saturday, Fox News reports. Announced that it was quote, pausing a plan to give Cove in 19 vaccinations at Guantanamo Bay. After accusations from Republicans and 9 11 survivors that it was prioritizing terror suspects over Americans. Defense Department press secretary John Kirby. John Kirby is back at the Defense Department, he says, quote no Guantanamo detainees have been vaccinated. We're positing the plan to move forward as we review force protection protocols. We remain committed to our obligations to keep our troops Safe, Uh, they apparently Beverly had planned on vaccinating the 40 detainees. Gitmo and again before your grandma gets vaccinated they were going to do, uh, war criminals and included in this is the suspected mastermind of the September 11 attacks. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed or chaos them so Is it possible that chaos, um would get a vaccination before 9 11 survivors. That is where we are in this country. Once again, we have failed to shoot KSM. Uh, this time with the vaccine. So what? Like who in their right mind thought this was a good idea. The claim was the prosecutors were concerned that they weren't gonna be able to move forward with the war crimes hearings at the base, which let me say when did the 9 11 attacks happened? When did they occur? All that was almost 20 years ago. And we're still awaiting war crimes hearings that get mouth Right now. And you're telling me the pandemic is the thing that slowed down the pace. 19 years in all of us in the pandemic arrives and you're like, Oh, boy, we were really hurtling towards a resolution on these war crimes. But then the pandemic can't really slowed. Things down. Can't wait till we get a vaccine so we could get these guys back to trial. What? And here's the other thing. To me. It seems like jail cells was the perfect way to socially distance. I'm pretty sure even if they got cove ID there are there would be ways. If you're in jail to keep you from infecting the general population, which is not very large on Gitmo. This we're talking about soldiers there, Which, of course you want them to be safe went up, vaccinate the soldiers. About that. Look, let's save the vaccine for now. No vaccines for the war criminals and Gitmo. But as soon as there is enough vaccine that is after each and every American who wants one gets vaccinated. We should send Dr Fauci down there and he could administer the vaccine to KSM. They could just wear two masks. They'd be safe. They just mask double Medscheme found she could torture those guys. He could put them all into masks. Make it so they can't breathe. You know, maybe get some more information out of him. Um All right. So it just So you know, your government is paying attention to you ever so slightly 7 23 I w e mail where Washington comes.

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"ksm" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"ksm" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Show. We thought Should we get some more? Because we're on radio in 100 fit wherever you may be driving down the road in Alabama are watching us on the couch in Miami, but apparently you can also listen to it on your phone anyway. Should we get the source code for atleast Give me one of those bottles of Jamison Conference, one of the best parts about doing the show. Is the fact that we get e mails from our TV ofyours and oftentimes listeners from across the world to interview a celebrity or an author or even a CEO of a public company says this is the intersection of business politics and booze Way interview everyone, But since I think I remember the year where Wall Street Journal called this business with the barroom slammed like that one like to keep that in order here, But Mark Adams is one CEO that were asked to get in the studio hey, is with a company called Convicting him there. He traded on the stock symbol J. KSM, convicting him dot com and Rusty. Yes, sir. I got big where I got big, big news for you there in the campus business. Crazy job. You know, you may not know this way. Produce a show out of the studio called Live High. Live high. Live high live dot com. Go there now. Mark. Welcome. Thank you very much straight on and it's great having your financial guy. Yeah. Yeah. So let me think tells me what's interesting is when I talk to CEOs that air out of their lane or seemingly out of their lane. Is a good tell for investors sometimes, because if an I T guy after 25 years, a financial services guy who's also a hedge fund guy, the size I'm gonna take a left turn and go over here. There must be a reason capsule because it's not like rust fell out of the van and said, I think I'm gonna go this way. So how can you tell me the arc of the story of your career? So my early career was in services? I work for a company called AMC School, and we were the number one In short divider. Ironically, right during the dot com boom, the whole story took off. I remember I was an investor who wasn't a film story in the New York Stock Exchange will tell you one year's It was, you know, I bought M C an EMU at the same time and breaking sat there lived up on the margins of beautiful studio. So where did that and then after I worked in corporate development did a few deals. I realized I want to get more on the investment side didn't pay the corporate development guys much they paid. The bankers. So I went into the money management business hedge fund business and learned a lot about that. And got my finance background. Married that with I D. And then I saw this opportunity came up. I said, This is married. Kind of what I saw in Prohibition in the twenties. Sure been along here. You mentioned that That's true. You've mentioned that this is a lot like prohibition that and essentially you bring that up because Because it's that it's that supply demand thing that happens when Prohibition we want what we can't have. And you see that. You know this is a little different because er well, not much of a big black market still out there in California. Kind of manage that there's no banking yet for a lot of folks out there tough to get service has got to go through that. You knew that was going to be a hurdle because part of the problem is, is that if you look at anything that isn't federally illegal cannot be f B I C Bank insured that even use that bank to do you mean looking? If you want the letter of the law in the deli that brings a sandwich with cannabis shop shouldn't be able to bank right. Good news for us is we don't touch the plant. So we make the equipment around that so our customers might touch the plant, but we don't So we are able to have accounts because we're not playing touching company. So we have three banks right now that we used so we'll do it. There was a story early on that this this company that A lot of their oil compression machines. Whatever they do, tow lavender, the farmers and always suddenly notices giant perk it all these all these people.

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"ksm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"ksm" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A couple of hours to ours. You after you take this, You should start feeling it working and you are going to feel a little bit sharper. But the chaos M portion of this product does a whole slew of things that maybe you don't feel within a couple of hours. But over time a few weeks go by and you notice I'm sleeping better, right? I feel better. This is helping took and there's a reason for it. This helps to control cortisol. Cortisol is your body's stress hormones to different studies jam that show that this decreases cortisol one showed nearly a 28% decrease, while another really cool study that they did Jan. They looked at the roll of stress on eating what they call stress induced over eating a lot of people. When they get stressed out. They gain weight because they just they eat too much. And they showed that this stress way connection is significantly helped. When you take KSM, there's over a 20% decrease in this 30 shown for cortisol, and that resulted in an actual small reduction in body weight itself. So there was some actual weight management. Benefits here is it relates to stress and stress related eating, But the other flipside of stress? Jan. I hinted at this earlier and this is something that I noticed when I take ksm 66. It just helps me sleep better, and they looked at sleep on said Sleep Efficiency. Sleep quality. Slow wave sleep.

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"ksm" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ksm" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"When it comes to the privatization of what it actually does it refocuses all the previous accusations against drops another going over all trump before getting to buy you a story you're not biting the big stories all the past accusations against us all good and this check the the all yeah the lady with the dress of course they're doing that this is Monica lo talking today with Tammy Simmons from machine specialties incorporated you're growing your work force through apprenticeship and see tell me more about that we make parts that go on aircraft satellites and helicopters and medical so how did the police that we use are the most highly skilled and highly trained and the job market just really hasn't been able to reduce the amount that we needed to continue to grow and to replace the ones that are retiring and another company told you about apprenticeship and see how long did it take you to get off the ground and running with them about six months to get going now we have over thirty six companies including two minutes of how deep the city of high point in the city of Greensboro the tree crew didn't become apprentices in use on the network for now a lot of people notice but North Carolina apprenticeship is being looked at all over the country and that's why more companies are interested Tammy Simmons with machine specialties incorporated thank you thank you apprenticeship NC dot com to start your registered apprenticeship program KSM ninety elements wrangles available everywhere with the I.

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"ksm" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"ksm" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Novel Corona Virus that Chinese virus. Trump's repeated use of the term KSM as Asian Americans across the United States reported a rash of hate crimes including a number of assaults Asian New York City subway riders. This is New York state. Senator John Lou. We have this long legacy not a great legacy of being termed a yellow peril from over one hundred years ago and unfortunately trump calling this. The Chinese virus only perpetuates this notion of yellow peril and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report when we come back we will look at the economy we will look at corporations getting exclusive rights to drugs and we will look at the Global South. This is democracy now. We're broadcasting from the epicenter of the pandemic in the United States. New York City. Stay with us Two way balm in Gilead by Nina Simone. And we're going to be speaking about a different gilead in a moment. The Gilead Corporation. This is democracy now democracy now dot Org the Warren Pace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York City. The epicenter of the pandemic in the United States joined by my colleague. My Co host Nermeen Shea. Who is joining us to protect? Community spread against community spread joining us from her home in New York City. Heiner mean.

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Spurge is the Word

In Defense of Plants Podcast

10:06 min | 2 years ago

Spurge is the Word

"Name's Nathan Taylor and I I've been studying you for is for about the about seven years now. Hey Sand Yeah and I particularly focus on a little group called the section Nisa film which is sort of the San Matt like Lance so like spotted spurs prostrate splurge those weedy plants that you get your Your Line Darden. That have that White Milky Sap yet. It's cool that the you know. Those are something I grew up recognizing I mean. I didn't know what they were as a child. But it's it's a familiar group of plants to me you know. I think a lot of people that don't live in arid regions at least. That's probably their main introduction to the Spurs family. But I'm curious. What brought you to this in the first place. We always plant person. And how did you discover you four? Ac's kind of your your focus. Yeah so the main way that I found plants is I live in Dallas. I at the time and I was told by my family that we were moving out to the desert. And where you know. There wasn't really any lush vegetation at all and in the spring. I just saw all kinds of wildflowers and being the kind of person that I am. Naturally I wanted to identify every single one that I saw hand. It just kind of snowballed there now. How I got interested in You. Four via is. I had a mentor of time. Whose name is Bert Williams. And he he knew basically all of the local on the southern highpoints Texas and you four was really just the one group that he sort of just assigned the genus name to and didn't even try with a species. So I I sort of took. That is a challenge and from there when I went to Soros to get my Bachelor's and master's I decided that the best way to study these things would be just a photograph every species in the specimen cabinet. And then go back and look at those at home. Well it turns out that some of the species. That photograph were actually misidentification. Ooh that that added a at an added another Another way to sort of you know. Just push me right into into the groove things. That's a really interesting dive into this world. And from a standpoint of sort of species identification and taxonomy I mean some of the Spurs family's pretty easy to recognize although there's probably plenty of minute details but others can be pretty cryptic which I'm guessing lens to some of the taxonomic end species. Id Confusion You just mentioned definitely. Yeah I mean every every time I go to a herbarium I ended up with a a really good big Saka misidentified before so. This is a big family. And it's one of those that every time I think I have my finger on the pulse of what's going on. I see a few representatives that completely blow my mind in. Send me for a loop but how do you begin to even focus in a family as large as before be acn? I guess from there. We can kind of talk about the subdivisions within that group. Right so I mean the the big thing with you for AC. I mean I'm not. I'm not a huge expert on four. Ac as a whole but but it's really sort of divided by the power structure. You know some some species have pedal some don't Actually probably most of them are money. Isis and then with you for specifically you have the ATM and the site in is is sort of this. Modified infrared essence. That looks like a flower. It's sort of like the composite family in that. It has this the Sudan via this false flower that made up of of an invalid occur and then Various flowers in the middle of it. It is pretty wild to think about that in the context of it being in fluorescence in. It's one of those things that when you say or see anyone on the Internet say you forget. Flowers already. Goes actually. It's a safe but it is a really fascinating structure in it. I'm guessing is kind of what makes you for AC unique or one of the characters that Kinda unites a lot of them Under this taxonomic umbrella definitely and it. It is the essentially. The uniting structure of Euphoria message genus very cool. So how did you end up falling? Into the subgroup Are With the chemist icy type growth form that we've mentioned earlier something that I think a lot of people especially if you live in urban areas or have a sidewalk near your house can probably recognize so it fits into a couple of categories for me that I sort of came to appreciate early on and For whatever reason I really like we species and I really like plants that are small and so this is spit imperfectly for me. And in the fact that the Trans Pecos region of Texas. Which isn't that far away for. Me Is sort of the center of diversity for the group. That's sort of where the plants evolved initially he? The region has sort of a representative of all of the major lineages within this within the section. Oh that's really cool. And so they've just sort of radiated outwards from there and made their way up into the super tempered areas. I'm guessing now because of human activity can be found over a much wider range than the initially would have in a natural setting right right. I mean that that said the you know the the group is actually to diversified on its own worldwide. Yeah so I mean except for the Arctic climates course but yeah it especially in desert. The plants love desserts and really sort of exploded in biodiversity In desert regions around the world. That's excellent and in thinking about the success of a group like this that can conquer so many different types of habitats. I you just said the desserts I see them in temperate zones see them in wet habitats. See them in prairies. A lot of that comes down to the fact that they figured out how to utilize a lot of different types of photosynthetic systems. Right yes yes and actually it is the only see for Winnie edge in phobia and within the section. You actually have both see photosynthesis and an intermediate to photosynthesis which not many people know about. I didn't know that that the but yeah. So it's it's a cool sort of intermediary step that uses a a two carbon molecules sort of funnel the the Co two to the bundle sheath cells instead of a a c four molecule like malic acid and came ascites also has a single C. three plant. Euphoria and Gus Sir. So C four photosynthesis really did serve. Diversify I with this section in this film group he I may have mentioned And basically that sort of the old genus name for it so still switching taxing on gears a little bit if I if I say that that's okay. It's hard to keep up sometimes especially with such complexity in morphology in types in you know this is a group. People generally pay attention to so. Of course there's going to be a lot of changes and updates. But I'm GONNA on the subject of photosynthetic Percy it may be the only genus known that also had as pam it has all those for photosynthetic systems so like the the second species in Africa. He those are actually cam plants so like like tactile out West so you have a wad of diversity in this group as far as photosynthetic systems. It's pretty wild because you know they're plants. Photosynthesis is kind of the main stay of that entire lineage of organisms for the most part and to think about all of the variety in that system you could possibly have. I mean just the thought that there could be an intermediate step between this the C. Two thing that I had never even heard of before until now and I'm wondering if you know is there any indication of what the sort of the end type was for this group or for you phobia in general or is it kind of independent evolutionary trajectories depending on where these originated in how they diversified into what kinds of habitats right right so the the origin of euphoria in general? Masada occur in sort of the South Pacific islands around New Caledonia And it sort of a one of a most ancestoral fees. It's actually not a euphoria. It's I can't remember Gina's name off the top of my head but it has a site apium but it's not quite as well structured as a regular you forget ended sort of a sort of a shrub plants in in that area now the the origin of section in this film. I know a lot more about their a lot of really cool features that sort of unite this group but one of the main things is that I mean it it. It evolved from plants. That looked more. 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KSM-66 Improves Muscle Strength, Size, and Recovery, Study Suggests

The Rita Cosby Show

01:52 min | 4 years ago

KSM-66 Improves Muscle Strength, Size, and Recovery, Study Suggests

"Because of this double blind placebo controlled study that you had referred to earlier that show that the organic kscm sixty six yielded an improvement in libido specifically in men and seems to have kind of nudged up testosterone levels to chris talk about this study and why it's making waves right now seems like something that almost every man should be interested in right well we'll yes this this particular study with conducted with guys between ages twenty two and forty four and they were all healthy but they all have a low sperm count and what happened was you know like with all the other human studies half the group got the kfi am sixty six supplementation the full six hundred milligrams watching our vital rejuvenator and the other how badly just got nothing and we saw among the the group that took the chaos i'm sixty six an average of seventeen percent increase in austronesian testosterone is what makes you feel strong and helps you to keep lean muscle and also boosts libido so a greater sense of overall sex drive and satisfaction quite remarkable so so you know what i like about this time where in is that we have companies like the company that makes the chaos m sixty six extract willing to invest in human clinical studies to back up what we know from traditional a use you know traditionally this has always been a very significant sex enhancer and we know from human clinical studies the that is true the way i'm doing it we got two big stories today km sixty six a certified organic award winning ingredient the delivers a wide range.

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