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Supervolcano Eruptions Aren't Single Events

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:57 min | 5 d ago

Supervolcano Eruptions Aren't Single Events

"You study ones that civil kano eruptions on singular events but can continue with follow up last for thousands of years after the first eruption super volcanic eruptions are among the most catastrophic event in any planet's history then includes the earth they vet tremendous amounts of magma almost instantaneously they impact global climate here on earth that means triggering volcanic winter with abnormally cold temperatures causing widespread feminine population disruptions and e findings reported in the journal nature based on a study of volcanic debris from the turbo eruption indonesia. Seventy five thousand years ago. There's no other way to say it. Tober was the largest volcanic eruption in human history. It had a volcanic explosively index of eight the highest possible score on the chart. The volcanic explosively index is a lot of rhythmic scale for an eruption depend on how much welcoming materials thrown out to what hide it's thrown and how long the eruption lasts. Well people these days talk about events. Such as the famous eighteen eighty three eruption of krakatoa in the sunda strait between the islands of java and sumatra or more recently mount saint helens eruption in washington. State these with thousands of times smaller than tober. Thankfully super volcanoes like turbo. A few and far between the last was new. Zealand's taboo volcano. Some twenty eight thousand five hundred years ago. Should volcanoes often erupt several times with evils of tens of thousands of vs between bigger options. But it's not known what happens. During the dormant periods one of the study's authors associate professor martin denny shake from curtin. University says gani understanding of these lengthy dormant periods hope scientists workout. What to look for an young active sipa volcanoes and help. Scientists prick future eruptions

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"kano" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"kano" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Kano Health today at 1 802 07 86 89. Have you or a family member tried repeatedly and unsuccessfully to overcoming addiction to drugs and or alcohol. Did you know you're not alone? As many as six and 10 people with an addiction find it very difficult to stay sober. But there is hope and a new program called Aware Recovery Care of Florida is providing that hope, developed in conjunction with thought. Leaders at Yale aware provides each client with specially trained addiction professionals that deliver full rehab support in your home in your surround Condense in your comfort zone and on your schedule and is designed to achieve a full year of recovery. Improving your chances for lasting health and wellness by 80% of you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction. No, there's hope and that aware recovery care is here to help to learn more call, aware and 844 aware, RC or visit aware recovery care dot com. We're ready to help. Where and when you need us most Are you looking for a great place to go out and have dinner with your friends and family? That is Cove. It's safe. You know those socially distant to make sure that all the protocols were followed, But more importantly, a place that you're gonna have a great time at Hi, It's Jennifer. You need to go to one of my favorite restaurants. Rosa Lita's Tex Mex Grill, Right it South Congress and Lantana and they have everything for everybody. Whether you're looking for stuffed jalapenos or Tex Mex egg rolls as appetizers, toe wonderful taco salads or Santa Fe salad to tortilla. Suit black bean soup and sandwiches, including a basic hamburger. Like I said, something for everybody. It Russell leaders case ideas. They have specials like Desert Fire, pasta, even Mexican pizza and veggie pizza. But then they have a gluten free and a vegetarian menu. So they have something for everybody. Rosalie does his family owned and operated and it serves the finest Tex Mex style food. And tomorrow night's Carrie Okey night Saturday night. They have live entertainment. Rosa Lita's text mixed Grill right at the corner of Lantana Road in South Congress Avenue..

Student Killed After Opening Fire on Police at Tennessee High School

Joe Pags

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Student Killed After Opening Fire on Police at Tennessee High School

"Boy was killed in a police officer wounded Monday afternoon in a shootout at Austin East Magnet High school in Knoxville, said David Ross, director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. The shootings occurred at about 3:15 P.m. after police responded to a call that an armed student was holed up in a school bathroom. When officers entered the bathroom. The student fired at them striking when Officer It was said it killed by return fire from police, Rush said. It has been a lot of time here in this community, said Russia, former Knoxville police chief. It is a sad day for Knoxville, and it's tough for Austin East. One source with direct knowledge of the incident, who was not authorized to speak, told Kano ex news at the wounded Police officer is the Austin E School Resource officer. He was shot in the hip, the source told Kano X, and the source also said one person was detained. Rush says it was a witness, not a suspect. Knoxville police released only basic information. After the shooting is saying that an officer was recovering and a male had been killed.

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Mitch McConnell says Trump 'provoked' Capitol riot

1A

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Mitch McConnell says Trump 'provoked' Capitol riot

"Accusing President Trump of provoking the mob that attacked the U. S Capitol Two weeks ago. McConnell spoke as his chamber return from recess The last time the Senate convened We had just reclaimed the capital from violent criminals. Tried to stop Congress from doing our duty. Kano, who's been a long time ally of the president also denounced Trump and his attempts to undermine the November election. Connell's remarks are the first and strongest since the January 6th insurrection. Public health officials are investigating

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"kano" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"kano" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The occasion where the responsibility of doing his laundry passes for my mother to his new beautiful bride. Melanie, if I knew Ishola a roost fishy. Thank you. Thanks for coming and disposed to Kano. Thank God A special thank you. Thanks. Every person who passes me at this wedding mutters the same prayer. May you become a bride she over and over and over again, out of species less. Do you think that this prayer is specific to the occasion? I must tell you that I have been hearing this prayer solutions Queen. Every day since I was a baby in a stroller. She could she cou I do. Sesh, honey, That's just what you say when you encounter an unmarried Iranian child. Whether that child is not yet teething or a decade into menopause. Thank you. I do hope to marry eventually. Thank you in the eyes of the community. I am a food that comes in a jar. The word for an unmarried woman like me is towards she death. I always thought that word meant pickled. I pictured myself as a walking cucumber entering every room. Now I know the word actually means sour gone bad, like rotting milk. Leave it or not. I was excited about this wedding. I had a whole plan. I was gonna buck convention and wear a sexy, sophisticated handmade dress. I saved up for this dress. I picked out the fabric. I picked a designer. When the dress was ready. I rushed home to try it on in my bedroom. I looked in the mirror and I felt good, really good. Ready to show up at this wedding full of self worth, And then I got here. And I realized I.

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"kano" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"kano" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Going to have to leave your whole. What i call my guess. Sorry about that ladies and gentlemen so he is Creating the account and we should be having a much. I tried to give him out and let him go ahead and call in verse but he wants to do the video and i prefer video obviously I want you guys to be able to get a look at them in kano the interviews via video or a little more intimate you get to know the person a little better but yea where.

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Bitcoin value surges past $30,000 (£22,000) for first time

WGN Programming

02:08 min | 9 months ago

Bitcoin value surges past $30,000 (£22,000) for first time

"Extended its record record smashing smashing run, run, the the digital digital currency currency saw saw its its value value explode explode by by more more than than 300% 300% in in 2020. 2020. Culminating Culminating in in being being traded traded at at more more than $33,000 today. Perhaps no one is more excited about that value surged in Carolina Panthers offense of linemen Russia Lo Koon. Who this week reach an agreement with the team to pay out part of his salary, Not money. None cash but in Bitcoin. His nation. Reporter Ryan Kruger breaks down how we will get paid. And if this could be a growing trend, among other pro athletes, he's a beast on the gridiron, a two time pro bowler Super Bowl champion and now a trendsetter in the NFL, Russell O'Connor took half of his $13 million salary from the Panthers. And got paid in Bitcoin $6.5 million in crypto currency. You used crypto currency. It's backed by nothing. You know, it's literally one sin zeroes out there on the Internet. So what exactly is Bitcoin for that We turn to cyber expert Dever and weren with liquid video technologies, Basically just Currency That doesn't really exist. You know, it's Ah, It's a Blockchain of money that doesn't have any value. Just like any money market. You can make money on your investment. They're probably speculating. That the market will change enough and when they bought in when they got the $6 million to go up, But it has wild dramatic swings. And look Kano comes Twitter feed shows he's been passionate about the crypto currency for years and sees it as a way of the future. In fact, many crypto currency advocates say it's a decentralized form of money. Gets customers away from big banks. But word warns if tomorrow the bank folded my in your bank folded, the federal government would step in and ensure that money. Make sure that Ryan endeavor and got their money back if big Point goes from 26,000 to a dollar Nobody stepping in to do anything.

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New York Mets’ Robinson Cano Tests Positive For Banned Substance, Suspended For Entire 2021 Season

John Batchelor

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

New York Mets’ Robinson Cano Tests Positive For Banned Substance, Suspended For Entire 2021 Season

"Met second baseman Robinson Cano out for next season as punishment for another failed drug to Major League Baseball, suspending New York Mets second baseman Robinson Cano for the 2021 season Wednesday. This in response to Kano, failing a drug test for performance enhancing substances. This season long suspension follows the All Star second baseman being suspended for 80 games. Two years ago, while a member of the Seattle Mariners along with a suspension, Cono will also forfeit his 2021 salary of $24

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MLB Suspends NY Met Robinson Cano For Doping

John Landecker

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

MLB Suspends NY Met Robinson Cano For Doping

"MLB news suspending today for 162 games 38 year old eight time All Star and met second baseman Robinson Cano. He tested positive for anabolic steroid of performance enhancing drug and Kano will miss the entire 2021 season and lose $24 million in salary.

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Dandole con Todo with Naibe Reynoso

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Dandole con Todo with Naibe Reynoso

"Navy. Welcome together. Deeper. Coming on how are you? I'm good. I'm good. How are you? Good we are in the midst of a pandemic. We're both I'm stuck at home which you know it's fine. We have Internet and food, and it's it's good. How are you? I'm doing good today was the first day in a while I put makeup on because I knew we were going to do this interview those kind of interesting to get ready for your own house like for your kitchen. But I've been doing good I've had more good days and bad days I think it's it's okay to have bad days because we we should be able to accept those down days and end lived through them and walk through them and not be in denial. So I've had good days. I've had bad days but at the end of the day I'm doing good I just I think we're all in this together. So it's like a collective feeling of support and we're GONNA get through this and I've tried to be productive, and then there's Times where I'm I have productivity exhaustion and I'm just like I can't be more productive like I just can't. So I'll just zone out and watch a Zombie movie. have like a glass of wine and I have to keep reminding myself. It's okay to not always be productive and to just relax and chill you know absolutely no. I I love that because one nobody knows how to deal with US everyone is going through at one hundred percent like you said, and it's a day by day because also things are happening in the world day by day. Allowing herself, grace and compassion, and just living by the hour basically but I'm glad you're being cute. Thank you. So yeah. So tell us who is Ebay what's your heritage for do come from case? So I am Mexican American I was born in Santa. Monica California my parents are from second pick as Mahyco, and I lived here in La. Most of my life, I did move out of state for a couple of years for my journalism career. But I'm a journalist I've been doing journalism for over twenty five years and I've worked for companies like when he be seon and Bella no and CNN is Fine Yawn and Fred's twenty four unreels channels. I've had a really really big mix and now I'm publishing books for children. It's been an amazing transition and it's been a seamless transition because. As a journalist what I did was right right stories and highlight my community and that's exactly what I'm doing with my publishing company control the press highlighting my community in a writing stories but taking more ownership of the of the product of the what I'm putting out into the world because I'm my own boss. So it's been. It's been beautiful. How Fun. So you gave us a story in like twenty seconds, but you know we're going to dissect it. Because I'm a journalist. Yes. So he's like short soundbites because I interview people all the time you know thousands I've interviewed probably thousands of people throughout my career now, like give me that sound bite twenty seconds. What did it a nutshell? So and I know as a reporter or when you're interviewing like symptoms when you're too long winded, it's like kind of wrap it up. I am a victim of lake sometimes condensing it a little bit too much. I ask a lot of questions that we can dissect it. No problem. Also born raising your parents are from psychotic S.. When did they come to the US Vaca- when they were teenagers my dad came to obviously find work like most Mohicans that came and he worked to everything you can imagine they here they met here even though they're from the same town that they were amazed. And their birthdays are one day apart. They just celebrated a birthday in March unfortunately. We couldn't be there to celebrate it because of the social distancing But yeah, they were born one day apart they knew each other some kind of like they found their community here with a by less of like my Kano's innocent that that's how they reconnected and they got married you. Know the rest is history. They know each other am I gonNa they knew of each other. Oh my grandmother. My Mom's mom had a little store of not the indeed that in the little town if you have at the site in these little towns, it's like that's the place to be the center of the universe of these little towns because that's where all the cheese mishap. Other. Women and men go to buy groceries with that's where all the when I used to go. To Grozny, thought would see it's so amazing that that whole culture like you see all the little kids growing up so that the data are really liked the modern day starbucks that's where people go to find community and you know to talk to the cashier and just find out what's going on with with the town with the community. So long story short might might grandmother had one of the and my mom and Oliver Sisters would be the cashiers and that's my dad had stopped in a few times. So he don't they met that way and then have faced. Local.

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Carl Zimmer Explores the History of Our Understanding of Heredity

The Science Show

09:33 min | 1 year ago

Carl Zimmer Explores the History of Our Understanding of Heredity

"This is the side show coming today. From Adelaide Writer's festival beautifully placed in the park by the river and theme is feeble. Mindedness must must be the heat or your genes. The book is called. She has her mother's laugh and the author is famed. American science writer called Zimmer who is a Yale graduate and has written for the New York Times and National Geographic and we begin with a personal question. My first question to you call is. He's rather more personal one. Do you think there's a fair chance that I'm a moron. Definitively now you are a man of exceptional talents but a lot of people in your book who are of exceptional talent and the world ignored them and essentially essentially locked them up. The reason I ask about me is you can see in my family. I was the first born and my brother was five years. His later and my sister was ten years after myself and as we got older there was a brief period when I was growing up when we were quite well off where I had had to nannies. We lived in a posh apartment in Vienna and we went to restaurants and had holidays and then when I was eleven eleven no income not just low income but practically knowing come and you could see a graph of both my own mobility ability and education and attainment and wealth versus my brothers. He just about made over the brink and became an academic in France. My my sister ran away with the larger winters fifteen pregnant. I don't actually know where she is anymore. Now the first part of your book is about ways in which society changes how ordinary people Kano cannot succeed whether they've got the genes for all sorts of talents taught. Would you explain the first part looking at an experiment. Now if you imagine a person a man might have one family with the trollop in the pub. You know obviously lower class and from that we'll be dozens and dozens of offspring who you regard as feeble minded and then the test of that is. He has another relationship with someone of the upper classes. And you've got clear attainment could could you tell that story yeah well. In the nineteenth century there was a very powerful sense that the way to explain problems in society you like poverty or crime was largely through heredity. And this is long before anybody knew about DNA but people would point to certain families where you'd have generations ends upon generations of criminals narrative wells and they will talk about how this must be some sort of inheritance so most biblical sense of the sin being carried carried down from generation to generation and when genetics comes along in one thousand nine hundred suddenly people who have this biological justification for that more kind of moral explanation in the past say oh it must be genes. We don't know what those genes are. We don't even know what genes are period. But it's got to be their in the genes. There must be a gene for being a criminal for example or feeble minded so feeble minded in in the early nineteen hundreds would refer to. If you had down syndrome they might call you feel minded. If you were just trouble in school they might call you. People minded it was a very loose term but a very powerful one and in my book I actually talk about how the idea of people minus and heredity actually gave rise to some of the most toxic ideas of the twentieth a century. And I focus in on this home for the people minded in New Jersey actually not far from where I grew up where psychologists there discovered intelligence agents testing and began testing the children at this home and he found that he could predict roughly their intelligence based on some questions. uh-huh standardized intelligence testing and there were these group of children who seem to be slightly below average and he found them the most dangerous of all because they could pass that could go into into society and maybe they would pass down their bad genes to future generations to population exactly and even the name for them and so he went back to the Greek for fool and call them morons and the first moron that God really focused on was a girl named Emma Wolverton and he discovered he did some research John Her family and he wrote a book about her family and it was as you had described. It seemed to be a what he called a rigid experiment which was is that in the American revolutionary war her ancestor and he was a soldier who got drunk one night slept with Eagle minded tavern. Wench she then had if he minded a child who then produced generations upon generations of the feeble minded leading to Emma Wolverton. Then he sobered up met an upstanding woman they had upstanding children children and so on and so on till present day the early nineteen hundreds and you might think well this is ridiculous no one would take seriously but in fact it was a bestseller. It was the the subject of many newspaper articles. He was invited by the United States. Government to help setup immigration policy. Because they didn't want to let people minded the people into the country which is why we started to prevent people from Russia from Italy. Jews and someone from coming in great numbers because Goddard thought that they were overwhelmingly feeble minded. So if you're asking if you are a moron well I'm definitely more. And what was the family beginning with K.. That was invented as descriptors. That right so what did was he thought. He was protecting their privacy except he he by calling overton DEBORAH CALA CAC and the book was called the Catholic Family Calico guttered loved coining words from the Greek like Moron calicoes quotes from good and bad callous. And Kako so that you have this family whereas the good sign the bad side. The fact is a total fiction. The people who did the research all screwed up none of what I told you true but nobody really quite realized that for decades. Emma Wolverton paid the price in the sense that she was institutionalized for entire life for the entire life is buried on the grounds of the institution in New Jersey. She was perfectly competent. I mean it was ridiculous students visualize but honestly much worse outcomes came from this so in the United States and other prominent scientists lobbied for laws to sterilize the feeble minded and the US Supreme Court supported this. Tens of thousands of people were sterilized in the United States and then the Catholic family the very book Tuck was taken up by people in Nazi Germany. From Hitler on down they use it as evidence when they set up their hereditary courts when they began to sterilize realized people and began to exterminate them. And so this just shows you. How we can't just play around with heredity? Heredity is deadly serious subject. That is incredibly intimate to all of us as individuals but also has an incredible power over society at large one of the things. I find really amazing. Is that when they went back as you hinted and traced this John Overton they found out they got the guy and it wasn't true at all. Could you explain. Well what happened was that God would send out these field workers and he would tell them to interview the families of these students these children and they wanted wanted to see. Could we draw pedigree where people mindedness was showed to be inherited because that's actually very important for studying genetic diseases so Huntington's Huntington's disease for example you can see how gets carried down through the generations. That's a single gene. That's right so Huntington's disease is caused by a mutation and in a single gene and we each carry two copies of each gene if you have one bad copy of this gene called. At you will get Huntington's. There's no you negotiate on your way out of it and Henry Goddard was working actually with some of the scientists who were studying Huntington's and so people tend to think in the early nineteen hundreds words that you could explain a lot of who we are based on inheriting. Did you inherit this single gene. And so God are really thought that you could inherit a single gene for intelligence. I mean we know now that there are thousands upon thousands of genes that influence intelligence and that influences all mixed up with the environment. And also what you use. Your measurement of intelligence is way more complicated than that but to the point of Hubris. It was quite confident that you could just draw a family family tree and find the evidence and he wanted to find the evidence he sent out his field workers to find the evidence and guess what they found it even if they had to come back with breath fraudulent information. Think about you have these people going out to families and saying like so your father who's been dead for ten years. How intelligent will you say was? Oh Oh I don't know. Did he drink much. He stole a horse once feeble minded stealing a horse you rate it as feeble minded and so it was kind of an absurd certain episode but one that had huge

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Weird Issues: Are comets asteroids or are asteroids comets?

Astronomy Cast

08:34 min | 2 years ago

Weird Issues: Are comets asteroids or are asteroids comets?

"Used to be so simple. Comets were snowballs from the outer solar system and asteroids rocks walks from the inner solar system. But now everything's all shades of gray. STRANA found asteroids have behavioral comets and college the behave like Asteroids Pamela. Make sense of this for him. It's a continuum of objects that simply want to mock with our desire to name mm-hmm everything let's face it. Human beings like to put things in boxes and and this is a problem for us when it comes to the solar system because we used to think it was so easy we had trust real world. We had gas giants we we had asteroids. We had icy things and and it's all falling apart as we've discovered that well somewhere between the icy things in the asteroid. Things is a continual. And there's there's no discrete gap or anything no set the technical term icy things and asteroid things. Technically it's comet or send tour or Kuyper belt object depending on where they are and then of course the cloud. We need to stop naming things based on where they're located located right or just like trying to classify them don't judge just that's just gonNA drive yourself crazy so and then they're gonNA set off a debate on the Internet where people are going to yell at each other about whether poodles planet or not. And we're still going to have to hear about it now however the classic we're just GonNa go with Planet Classic Play Planet Classic. Okay all right so so then back. In the olden days of your What was an asteroid? It was a dry rocky. Object like killed the dinosaurs awards and exists in the asteroid belt. That in general is made of metals of carbons of silicates and and is dry. That was wrapped is where we started. Asteroids that you've got the the ones that are near the earth we've got the ones as you said in the main asteroid belt and then we've got the trojans interesting side note. Did you know that. There is roughly in the same order of magnitude as many objects in Jupiter's Trojan Asteroid Area as in the main asteroid. Bill Lloyd didn't that's is you know that either the I know until I was doing an episode about it in other the words the solar system has second asteroid belt. And you didn't even know about it. I mean we all knew the trojans were there but we didn't know that they work and they're not even third third. They're really just to clouds that Leonie Trail Jupiter like like yeah parade on procession around our solar I system and yet there is as many objects roughly as in the main asteroid belt. So anyway interesting thing I just discovered So okay so so. Asteroid Rock Metal Draw S.. What's a comet? Eight comment is a Blob of mostly Isis. So so here you have. Water is nitrogen ice dry ice isis. Things that can be liquids. It's Things that will become gassy tails and we knew that mixed in with that was some gravelly bets but it was considered to be mostly Salihi ice and cold Gucci does a great of she does a great science show where she will make a comment with yes and and and this is something that that astronomers have been doing for ages because you can get all of the ingredients to make a comment in a bowl pretty much. It's from your local grocery store. If your local grocery store happens to have dry ice and I it's just a little bit of Corn Syrup a little bit of molasses lassus dry some water some ammonia and then you grab a handful of dirt from the art right and that's a comet and so it's pretty pretty clear right like obviously one is a chunk of rock and metal rock or metal rock and metal rock or metal at the other is a chunk of water with maybe a little bit of dirt thrown in meet both in volatile ICES. When did this categorization and start to go off the rails? What some discoveries that were made that made this clearly problematic? Well one one of the problems was simply the story we had told ourselves about. Our solar system turned out to be wrong and one of the stories that we told ourselves about our solar system. was that all of the water. We have all all of the earth's oceans came to us through the bombardment of comets on the surface of our world but when we started looking at the composition position accommodates the waters that comets are made of. Don't match the water that we have here on earth so there is a sudden w T.F. If water what's wrong with you and a realization that all the water we've got had to come from somewhere else now. It didn't end there it. It never ends that simply said but but just like just before you move on so we know Oh that like based on whatever the deterioration the tritium is the ratios of of what are the kinds of hydrogen involve are involved in making water ready the ratio Samyong comments right and so. Have you sample the water in the earth's oceans and then you look at the samples that had been done in in looking at comet. They don't match perfectly. I mean obviously they both have water in them. But but it's like the initial recipe doesn't seem to match so it's to the comments couldn't have been the source of all of an and in fact having looked at multiple comets. It's if our water came from the as we so far seeing them typical comments. It still doesn't work so it it. It can't even be like the smallest fraction of our water. Came from comments So yeah it's not comments. Okay so the so then. We have a clue but that doesn't mean anything right just means that the water came from somewhere else. Maybe it was formed in place as the earth formed and then maybe it was a part of underground and in welled up over time as the Earth Glenham models. That's out there. But that's no longer the dominant model because we have another Attacker that has been identified. It's it's been realized that asteroids have water in fact they appear to have a lot of water and big astros like series may even have subsurface sees of water right so within how was how were these discoveries made well. It's it's been a whole combination of looking at nearer by asteroid looking things and realizing shoot. These are actually active. They actually periodically spray material outwards and thinking. Well some of them were just going to call. I'm dead comments. We're going to refer to these objects that clearly used to be comets. Their orbits change they got crusted over with stuff will blame them on being former comets comets and about works to a point but then we started doing things like sending probes out to visit asteroids and when we got to series. We saw cry of alcoholism going on there are massive features on series that appeared to be former role. Kano's that have now begun to slump and there's at least one. What appears to be still active volcano in place in the bottom of a crater and these this is salty stuff that's getting sprayed up and then settling down and crusting over the volcano that that it is

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"kano" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"kano" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"We love having good people the recommend and will continue to do that. We also love to talk about issues. And if you have real estate right now, you're trying to sell. Oh my goodness. It's slowing down, and it's so minor. But you know, what it means people say, wait a minute. Maybe I'll wait on this. Or maybe I'll wait on that. It's called the ripple effect. And it's what I call perception. And it's the first sign of a recession. That's how it starts. Now. You don't don't say. Oh, tom. You're the one starting it because you're talking about it. And then I'm not that powerful. But I will say this. It's happening. You heard me it's happening. Okay. We're going to see major major corrections in the real estate market. You're going to see things happening in the stock market, and it's not going to be stable, and we're going to see an adjustment. And and why were blind to it? I don't know it happens in cycles, and it's a natural cycle. Sometimes it happens over a shorter period of time than others. But if you look historically, there are always periods inflation and periods of recession if you manage the economy correctly, you don't have the big highs in the big lows. But right now, we had a big big big big big high mostly artificial, and we're going to have a terrible low. Now, I don't think it'll be as bad or as devastating as the recession. We saw. Years. You know, what was that the the the two thousand and one thousand eight was that two thousand eight that we add in two thousand nine. Yeah. Those were right. Thank you. Joe Kano you hear here. And Joe says, you know, if you have guaranteed investments people who had his investment become the banker they didn't suffer from the recession. And by the way, as I've said everyone on this show. Everyone has something to sell now that doesn't mean a bad thing that means that's what it's all about. And I encourage you to.

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"kano" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"kano" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"I mean that would be used always cut myself with Kano really I love opening. Going around like, oh you've been using a can opener wrong. Like, you should put it the other way. I tried that. I didn't know I didn't see I saw the. Some of the things the wrong way. Some of the things burn me up the one about like he'd been using pepper shakers wrong. What we're there? They say like, oh, you take the salt and pepper and the grooves at the bottom. You're supposed to like rub. So you hold the pepper upside down. And then you hold this. You put the salt shaker right side up. And then you grind the the the grooves together and the pepper comes out. Nice easy, Mike. No the grooves are there. Because without the grooves. It would be completely smooth glass, and it would slide all over the table. And also in the demonstration where they're like you're doing wrong when they do it. It's like you take the lead off in the pepper just falls out completely. Nobody's nobody's using. The pepper supposed to come out slowly because you want too much pepper. You wanna be sneeze sneeze? But like too much pepper makes you sneeze. Somebody has to put the index finger under your nose to prevent you from sneezing was just all I was furious looking at all the people sharing it 'cause it's like, oh, yeah. We've been using wrong. And the example, it's like when when you do it that way, you might as well take the little like, yes, sure, you've been doing it wrong. If you're seasoning like ten gallons of soup, but otherwise it's way too much pepper. It's not that who's ever really seasoning ten gallons. The soup. Yeah. So all these you've been doing this wrong, especially that in the Univer notice this about don't tell me what I haven't noticed. I'm not looking at my phone while watching TV and movies. I notice things all the time. The most of it's just the narrative yet Dick's held were you when you notice Bobo bugged, the I was the age that the movie came out the new instant has an automatic stir for when you're making bone broth or resort to. I mean, can you stern stir anything, oh probably needs the bone to it stirs with the bone. I guess I don't know it has new venting options, which is interesting. The vent seem a little low fi compared to the rest of the instant pot Teo. It's like a piece of plastic. And I understand why it's like the way. But like it always feels like I'm never sure that like it in the right place at it's going to catch right? Yeah. But it's got like a pretty wide area of. Would you call that like an action area? It also has an easy to read touchscreen, which I don't need a touchscreen. I mean, the printed out screen cease to read to the printed buttons pun. I'm gonna make yogurt. No one day. A threat or promise. It's both man. Yeah. I read a thing were something about making yogurt, and they were like some people do that where they set the timer said they have they wake up to get fresh hot yogurt, which doesn't sound good. I can't. But there were like depends on if you know, you're comfortable the eating milk that's been out overnight. And it's like, well, should I be I don't think. So. So maybe that's a bad idea. Does seem worth it. Tom Bobby Wang claims he still reads every Amazon review. Does. He listen every podcast hopefully of sully's listen alas episode yet. Now, we haven't heard from him. No busy this week. This tweets. Upfront that his team wrote this tweets. He was up front that he wrote them out his team out and solely schedule tweets team. The other thing that and just to wrap it up. I love my instant pot. It's not the only thing I use in the kitchen cooking allow mortem, but I use it almost I would say definitely on a daily basis on a row. The meal, pasta greens rice a lot. Pasta. I mean, I try oatmeal. My recipe book that I have just tell me the recipe. Okay. I mean, didn't you tell me it was just oatmeal and water? I didn't tell you that what you find that. A fuck you have payers and cinnamon in there. Okay..

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Kano's next coding kit is a Harry Potter wand

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 3 years ago

Kano's next coding kit is a Harry Potter wand

"Harry Potter fans have plenty of replica wants to choose from some or designed for children with mystical sound effects and LED's others, Hugh closer to movie props with with

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"kano" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"kano" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"No, no, not me to me. The highlight of scanning Visser me like the number one thing I would say Tony, Hinchcliffe do and toxically second night, that energy was unfunded believable, and the fact that he landed his crowd serve just in time to do the big ending of the song was one of the coolest things ever and then me and you doing a Marilyn Manson, like just the energy onstage was insane. It was. It was. It was unbelievable, the guy, Jim, it's kinda dumb but allows festival, but it allows that allows it dude and the night as a rock show, which is awesome. And everyone's everyone's jumping around out surf marching and doing stupid shit. Salva Kano crowd surf that was crazy. Yeah. Germophobic. Stranger's hand for him. Yes, intially. If you're at gang us, you got a chance to finger sell Connell and that your opportunity if you missed it, your fault. Yeah. Back next year. It was an amazing week at all around. Good. But I'll tell you right now. We had a lot of fun. I ended up hanging out with Ryan O'Neal. My arch nemesis, Welby fighting on August twenty. Fifth at ELS maniac sweetheart. Nice guy, very nice guy. But I did see weakness in him. I really did. I, there's, there's a weakness. You hang out with a guy, you look at them in the face and you, you know, you kinda know what's going on. You sort of ever. Every guy in here knows what I'm talking about. Okay. You know if you can kinda kick ado deaths after hanging out with them for a couple of hours. Yes, shaking his fucking head. Yes, because you got the women are gone. They're not agreeing. They're scared of you. But then when I saw Dave, I was both. I was like, I like these guys are funny good to hang with. I could definitely be to show both of them. I don't know if that's true. I'm gonna fight him over for barbecue this. Yeah, this our face at a scam fest. We had a press conference things got crazy at the press conference of chairs with their own just a couple of comedians. Nuzzling noses. Yeah. Yeah. Just a couple of fucking real men. Eskimo kissing. But that's it. Yeah. What did you guys think after meeting him? Do you think? Do you have more faith in me that I'm gonna be able to be disaster actually, yeah, that's nothing about as a personality dog as I never saw. Really, you know, I saw pictures. I never met him before. He looked bigger than you in the pictures that whatever the thing you DEA, the dad that that I felt like he was bigger and then seeing him in person. It gave me a little more confidence in you already put one hundred bucks. Dude. That's for Dave Smith. I already I, it's my kid's future is on. I'd up listen. I would up the money I betting on you with Ari if he wasn't so Jewish about the betting. Yeah, we'll do put more money on. There will be bets comfortable. I guarantee you they will be betting available and I'm gonna fuck this guy out fear right now to commit to a higher bet. I'll do a higher thousand dollars. Ours fear. Louis clam up. Are you feeling good training feeling better than I've felt?.

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John Phillips Sousa

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 3 years ago

John Phillips Sousa

"During World War One, Susan enlisted in the navy as a band director by then he was sixty two years old and a millionaire. So he told the navy to pay him a salary of just one dollar a month. Sousa felt very strongly about training young musicians. He spent lots of time helping school bands and orchestras, and he made improvements to band instruments. The marching tuba that wraps around your body is named for him. The sousaphone. At the age of seventy seven. John Phillips Sousa was still conducting the ninety died. He had just finished rehearsing for a concert. The last PC conducted in that rehearsal was his most famous March the stars and stripes forever.

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The luxury Capella resort where Trump and Kim will meet in Singapore

Kirk & Callahan

01:21 min | 3 years ago

The luxury Capella resort where Trump and Kim will meet in Singapore

"Fifty one forty one officials say hundreds of additional homes have been destroyed on hawaii's big island by a wide slow moving river a blob in the southeast corner of the island a hawaii county spokesperson saying they don't have an actual count yet but they believe tuesday may have been the most destructive day yet since the killer way of all kano began erupting over a month ago the estimate of hundreds of homes lost would more than double the one hundred seventeen homes that have been confirmed destroyed when the week began officials have been warning people living in that area to evacuate for days and former nba star and friend to kim jong hoon dennis rodman is reporting going to be in singapore next week quite coincidentally just as president trump is holding a summit with the north korean leader there rodman will apparently arrive a day before that june twelfth meaning it's not clear what he's planning on doing in singapore but robin has visited the isolated north korea leader five times over the past several years on different occasions once singing happy birthday to kim jong un and presenting a copy of president trump's art of the deal rodman telling tmz he doesn't want to take the credit for the current move towards dialogue between the two nations but he says his relationship with kim probably hasn't.

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President, Daniel Baker and Stephen Wiggins discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:18 min | 3 years ago

President, Daniel Baker and Stephen Wiggins discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Benz of seattle it's eight fifteen it's the komo morning news it's friday first day of frank lenzi is at the editor's desk with gregg hersholt on the factor people in hawaii who were threatened by lava flows from the killer way of all kano could be arrested if they don't follow evacuation orders authorities on the big island of issued a mandatory evacuation order now for a subdivision that's in the path of what they're calling vigorous lava eruptions the hawaii county civil defense agency says emergency responders have no plans to rescue anyone who plans to stay past the deadline authorities in hickman county tennessee say the man suspected of killing dickson county sheriff's deputy this week is in custody overnight the tennessee bureau of investigation confirms stephen wiggins was arrested according to investigators wiggins and his girlfriend shot and killed sergeant daniel baker on wednesday while he was responding to a call the white house says melania trump will not join her husband when he heads to camp david for this weekend the president scheduled ahead there this afternoon but his wife won't be seen boarding the helicopter with him this will mark twenty two days in a row without a public appearance by the first lady following a recent hospitalization president trump's decision to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports is being denounced by nations around the globe abc news correspondent daria albinger joins us this morning good morning good morning a lot of us are asking ourselves how will these tariffs affect us what what do you think.

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Apple says it wasn't about money after Samsung loses patent bet

Geek News Central Audio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Apple says it wasn't about money after Samsung loses patent bet

"Update for windows ten have you run into any problems pretty i was reading through the update and i got a computer got a turn on and let it there and grab it but pretty decent decent update some folks have been having some black screen issues though but i watched a little video here on xena talking about some of the stuff they've got these history the ability to look at your past history and what you've done and what you've load it's kind of cool actually kano scary i i honestly but lincoln be up the show notes if you wanna look at those speeches if your windows user you can definitely check out the you know what they what they've included in this update also unsecured t mobile website made customers at formation available to anyone they don't feel it was hacked but someone did find it was able to turn in bounty reward was rewarded with a thousand dollars but basic all the head was your t mobile phone number and displayed all your personal data so i don't know if they're going to count that as a breach but they don't feel that anyone actually accessed this information luckily good report about apple knowing about the iphone six bend gate problem even though they denied it court court documents show that while apple publicly denied the existence of ben gate the company's own internal testing show that the iphone six iphone six plus were far more susceptible to damage from bending than previous models according to court documents apple's internal testing determined it the iphone six was three point three times more likely to ben than i phone five and that the iphone six plus was seven point two times more likely to bend than iphone five s so they knew about this but they the apple said that's a feature.

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Finding – and helping – Syria's orphans of war

Stephanie Trussell

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Finding – and helping – Syria's orphans of war

"The biggest new trophy dangers you've had hunters actually major say that to aid organizations that they want to shoot three are ninety helping nine the children because who syria but three we ninety found ninety so famous ordinary yeah people a tv reporter hard hard to a believe businessman from texas well he who worries have about less left their what will homes be lost and careers come mangled to rescue sin is determined the orphans to show of us war the beauty and fragility of what aleppo still survives the name and of so syria's he largest sets out city once is again synonymous patiently with suffering making his way this alone was the capital into of the the rebellion while against the dictatorship my gift of bouchara in a way al assad that i can get people hopefully to preserve and what over we have seven left years preserve he shelled wilderness and starved preserve aleppo species like to busy oblivion bears and make them think about it make them think that this is in what we need to say for our children late winter two thousand sixteen children in aleppo orphanage were forced by bombs to live for five months underground forgot they the primer begged for help be right back in babe a smuggled video audio on this ten year old yazmin kano's spoke for the children this might be the last going time out you see and hear what me is it she this said time i have been living planning in an orphanage the difference between the past ten two trips years to the hardware store there in are forty one seven if you plan children to dig here schedule a free we all locate call to get eight out of one aleppo one at least two days in advance this simple steps done ahead of time serious conceive you quite orphans the headache are often this children message who is have sponsored been brought by in into star the world mellanby a second ju gets time electric an they're emmy rescued a after attacks signature that killed land services brothers suggests sisters you might and parents want to take a quick look at that driveway of yours okay no one knows.

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Africa, Rona Meyer and Nigeria discussed on Midday on WNYC

Midday on WNYC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Africa, Rona Meyer and Nigeria discussed on Midday on WNYC

"And guarantee a top four finish for united in the premier league the former united manager arsene ceramics ferguson presented awesome venga with a silver vase to mark the frenchman's last visit to old trafford after twenty two years and vanja could see the funny side throws you once you know the danger any more people love you elsewhere the new champions manchester city made it one hundred and two goals scored for a campaign in a thirtieth win of the season with a four one victory relegationthreatened west ham decision to ban the nigerian referee joseph ogle for one year has been ratified by the confederation of african football cast the disciplinary board had found board guilty of attempted match manipulation in this month's confederation cup round of sixteen i like game between the nigerian side plateau united and usm of algiers the toronto raptors and cleveland cavaliers will meet in the nba playoffs for the third straight season that's after lebron james inspired the cavs to a one hundred and five to one hundred one victory of the indiana pacers in game seven of their first round grocers but i don't know we move onto the next series good test for us it was a good test and that's what you trying for all year trying all year to be able to put yourself in position where however the series as harbor playoff series in your body can respond so i wouldn't expect anything less and in tennis the world number one rafael ladele dropped only three games in the final to win the an open title for an eleventh time thanks mike this is new state nine minutes to the hour now we're going to talk about an undercover investigation by the bbc in fact by bbc africa i knew investigative program looking at the problems caused by codeine cough syrup in nigeria it would seem to be fairly innocuous it's good for you obviously in small amounts but it's unfortunately leading to an epidemic of opioid addiction millions of young people are believed to be hooked up but how do industrial quantities of this syrup which is usually only legally available by prescription end up with drug dealers sold to addicts on the street bbc africa is discovered some nigerian pharmaceutical figures are involved in this black market trade is rona meyer reports in the back streets of kano in northern nigeria groups of young.

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"kano" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Yes i'm angry about what in hearing i want to me really the man hall and her bledel did the kano a competent in got it did in that will be a member of the model of the no internet new york and then in allow earned horror in but international flew award not changing the day on where i'm originally from what he did the day but i operate with her out of the kerry with revisit fan we've been a member of the the model 10 you were looking to become the president in a now done in the mayor of the hidden he the the who gave the day or that are coming in the the mom it in one day in the national being moved industry entertainment uh but people really don't know her name and they've really not heavily but be heard but the be all that make the decision when went down the evil wonderful repeat on the commercial were or or law in our community lead now we go to the brain wallet thornier or akin to hey good the morning dog to be held magnificent boy invite all the b door vidalia unwanted were willing in the neck and one that they're glass all we have to act in the middle of one great death in the wrong way to beat the market off we have they named momma level leaving we have to actually they took they were leaving you on live in the northern city and at the end of convicted a combination of of iraq the award of hate him there follow him to the health of fall tori of lord of woman arkhan war in the new york if i'm telling you are award hip.

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"kano" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Yes i'm angry about what in hearing i want to me really the man hall and her bledel did the kano a competent in got it did in that will be a member of the model of the no internet new york and then in allow earned horror in but international flew award not changing the day on where i'm originally from what he did the day but i operate with her out of the kerry with revisit fan we've been a member of the the model 10 you were looking to become the president in a now done in the mayor of the hidden he the the who gave the day or that are coming in the the mom it in one day in the national being moved industry entertainment uh but people really don't know her name and they've really not heavily but be heard but the be all that make the decision when went down the evil wonderful repeat on the commercial were or or law in our community lead now we go to the brain wallet thornier or akin to hey good the morning dog to be held magnificent boy invite all the b door vidalia unwanted were willing in the neck and one that they're glass all we have to act in the middle of one great death in the wrong way to beat the market off we have they named momma level leaving we have to actually they took they were leaving you on live in the northern city and at the end of convicted a combination of of iraq the award of hate him there follow him to the health of fall tori of lord of woman arkhan war in the new york if i'm telling you are award hip.

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"kano" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on Through the Wire

"Kano spoil him early on because he might get a lotta touches down low because they don't really have their primary player um so i hope he doesn't get spoil like that either because when the andrew russia comeback you right they're gonna be move up and down he got the move around to be owed the justice game so i bet he's not even in shape you know he hasn't played you're you're right when he exercise we was new we know nothing it get to game lives on the eu unlike actual game playing a condition i would i would aim say i would imagine he was wasn't breaking his neck at practice either all well of course not so but may a what if he was though then we let the africa they asked me what i think he was on get remember willing we first started known as literally predict brooklyn the be hats up we believe that they were gonna win more than how they started off yes we thought they were women were respected with the antelo russell late day was the if till the okeafor can turn into something they still have some young players that they can build care sliver amity they can be decent and a couple years if there remain healthy and i hope that they continue to give kinney akerson time and pay be be patient with him like this is overshadowed wherever and the heat the they like to said some he's run of these great in harry's circles coach so right now the brooklyn that's have a point eight percent chance at the number one pick you know that paid that's going to the cleveland so if dalil over four ends up being anything and they get more wins because of it what what are the cavs doing what that pick i keep and is still 'cause right now is projected to be the eleventh pick.

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"kano" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

Thirst Aid Kit

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit

"About kiana kano had just discovered homemade blender margaritas so when he invited me over it is hot tub it was with childish glee he suggested we make some while he squinted at measuring cups pouring out tequila in cointreau i was put on lime squeezing duty once his job was done he saidals up behind me his enormous hands around my waist thumbs pressing into the small of my back and if you want the rest you'll have to check out our tumbler thursday kit podcast that tumblercom as has the as yet what i love is when the listeners sending the dribble and you can tell they've been listening so closely because they make a point to include stuff that we've mentioned yeah i love the diesel avowed canas enormous have and he's films pressing into that i love it i love gosh i love old rebel i love that revelled in particular who thank you mickey linked first aid kit is produced by eleanor kagan julia furlough and again as assad grey with additional editing by met kramer all music is by you morgan and you can find us on twitter at t n whisky woman that's t n whisky with an e woman and fimmad u b i am a d w and thank you so much for listening if you liked what you heard pleas head to apple podcast phan rate and review the show it helps to other people discover as than we always just like seeing what you have to say and of course we always love to hear what people think of the show on of the season said faa remember you can send us some feedback positive pds uhfirst aid kits at buzzfeedcom.

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"kano" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley

"At ace kano this bill to appreciate that part of your journey that can actually add to your happiness where you're at now which is now driving your purpose for the next 20 or 30 years your life or forty or fifty federal law the alive you know it added that the legacy the kids in that area judith reasons president barroso jordi area well guaranteeing times energy and willingness heat bank near deal these in line of reasons you can on least you can do john entities finance you can through another young don uganda they use kick into line heather you find two billion at can you can he can get oh my god no can is two two you can't.

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"kano" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"You feel the conflicted about it but you want everything to be on the up and up and out of the daylight 'cause you're doing the right thing and i think that out in the daylight part is really important don't to avoid the embarrassment or the niggling feeling of hypocrisy don't date her in secret don't tell her that you'll go out with her so long as one knows how long she towels no one to protect your reputation or to protect yourself from the cognitive dissonance that you're experiencing now that you are that senior dating a freshman that person you never wanted to be because if you date her in secrecy that's likely to blow up and that's gonna ice leader like what if you are being manipulative all unintentionally cause he does young inexperienced maybe you are aware of euromps were to portion of toxic masculinity that you've internalize them this culture and maybe you're gonna be a little bit unintentionally unconsciously jetty to her and if she's dating in secret in kano opened up to her parents are her friends about it or peers or a teacher because the only way she gets to keep seeing who is in secret that's a problem so if you do decide to date this girl tra she's not the only grown your school there are other options if you do decide to date her google romeo and juliet statute google age of consent data around the up and up out in the open meter parents assure them that you're the good due good dude wants to meet her parents and wants to do right by her and her is aware of your responsibilities the older person in this relationship to honor the campsite rule to leave her better than you found her to leave her better shape than you found her if you lever at all the knows maybe you guys will be that magic seventeen fifteeneuro couple who tenure smells getting married.

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"kano" Discussed on Disruption

Disruption

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on Disruption

"By wearing something out like that like i you know i mean i'm not religious enough to where you are gonna come public but you know it's something that was true does that leave a synagogue you to get off and you know because it port for partially because i'm not com i just it's just not something that i wear outside the synagogue but also you know i i see how people look at people who are wearing religious garb and you know it's it's it can be very scary doing that in end i mean that's what they do and you know that's part of their daily life but that's also a form of bravery wearing those things outside and to persecute them for that and and then again to include to introduce all of these on intent unintended consequences like i can't imagine going out your face uncovered in minus twenty in kano which happens lake you know i mean is that going to your people going to get arrested frank skimasks was there because they're covering their face when it's twenty below it's a lot i wear a wearable clavo when a ride my motorcycle because my hair gets tangled if i don't stop young peaceful protests of being able to have anonymity while you decide to do that i think that it it also changes like if we are going to start to police rigid religiosity it's going to cause a lot of problems for other religions is well so i i deal with a lot of people that are orthodox jews ideal with a lot of people that have very like a profound specific look to that and it's it's one of these things that.

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"kano" Discussed on BREATHE Motivation

BREATHE Motivation

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on BREATHE Motivation

"The eight hello every one in welcome back to breathe motivation my name's anthony hester on the host and founder of read motivation this episode 92 in today's friday's you guys made it to the end of your work week for some of you guys some of you guys are just getting started with your weekend as far as retailer any kind of job that you have to work weekends i've been there i've done those and i enjoy those and i appreciate all you guys going out there and work and heart you know throughout this weekend if they're at the weekend so i hope you guys i'll have great weekend so yesterday we talked about compassion and i think it's important for us to understand that we've got to be compassionate towards one another we've got to be able to understand who we are who other people on her and we can understand in kano in a walk in issues and understand who these people are in order to really understand society as a whole ranked in i think you know this week we've seen over the last couple of months or even last month or so we've seen a lot of the you'll hurricanes and earthquakes and you know this las vegas shooting in all of this stuff that's going on and i think sometimes we get so caught up in the argument of right and wrong that you know we've really lose the love for one another and you know something we've really got to get back to his loving one another and creating a great society for all of us because we're ultimately all in control of that right so.

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"kano" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"Well i've noticed that on the iranian side you know we've seen a real drop off in test of liquid fuelled missiles we've seen increasingly capable solved you'll missiles and then when the iranians went ahead and took that poke at uh those isis targets most of those were solid fuelled missiles and so it's not surprising that they would prefer them um but i guess you know we've we've spent so much time on the nodong um that that we may be it's it's hard to get our our our head around uh around uh the shift so i guess the place to start is why we think the north koreans are doing this because this is a holy separate alternative technological approach to increasingly longrange missiles which you know given that we often refer to north koreans beings are poor and backward and isolated like having one missile programme is quite a lot uh having to is i open it yes am i think in terms of the i think seeing the solar field sick the on the picker someone the the sob i'm program we saw vessel that last year nothing nothing is fed side it was a spicer everyone when i talk about surprise at i mean necessarily the focus on to assist prize i think the the come to break for you will be so in picker someone actually switched from his ear or liquid fuel system to a solid motor why i guess it was really a surprise yes because we spent so much time looking at scuds and no dong's and tabled arms and things like that there were some hints i mean the north koreans did have the kano to which.

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"kano" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Late on me first of all this while kano's like only an hour north of the airport in costa rica so if you wanna learn to ramona we could do it okay what he and his weekend get them actually busy at next week accurate i could pull it off roth on raton s s now i wanted to ask you real quick if i know it's a complicated answer so what is the simplest possible explanation for why this portion of costa rica had somebody volcanoes jets actually 'cause i know caribbean tectonics is a a literal mess it is yes so there's this when we think about plate tectonics and the caribbean side is this kind of like a cluster of these ancient mike her continents dead are basically getting destroyed their being subject in some areas there being thrust of an air and other areas and they're being uplifted in some and it's happening at a much smaller scale than we tend to think about in terms of like global plate tectonics so that's the caribbean side on the other hand on the pacific side we have a slightly simpler tectonic environment plainout we have a couple of varying jim pleats tonic plates that are being shoved under the americas and so one of those is being shatarai under mexico and that's what drives the trans mexican volcanic belt where all the volcanoes are lined up east to west there and then on and the central american section there is another very small ancient plane that was shoved right under the what what we know as the.

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"kano" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"kano" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"I'm looking forward to the days when we start front running you guys in the nearby search front running us and we'll have to start rebalancing our interview portfolio at the end of september so be a whole quarter has a case though you end up you end up same thing with the portfolio i think also 50 names in around fifteen exempt so we take the va names from for we go from thousand two hundred fifty and then stepped through forest wendy rebalance ascribe soii think this is probably a good little segue you know the we talk a lot on this podcast on on the blog about you know index seeing him when you start to move away from from the market gapindex in we often say look if you're going to be different be different in so you guys have developed some pretty kickass tools in a 11 feature on her website we've talked about before zor visual active share tool so for newer listeners who probably mr discussions on this maybe you could start by giving us equip synopsis of of what that is the general thought process behind it and then of course what what y'all's tool actually just yeahsowhatthe will let me give you the genesis in kano what how and why we wanted to build the world right so as you mentioned you know if you're if you're going to build a different portfolio right there's two ways ago veiled at one way as you just kinda closet index and you know you build something called value call it momentum but it's really just the index the other way is you build a truly unique portfolio and so the question is for a lot of people investors financial advisers in in the marketplace it's really hard to get through what i call it a cloud of marketing i you don't really know which are buying carr's you can kind of easily be duped by by good marketing and so.

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