23 Burst results for "Kumaon"

Pawan Dhingra, Amherst College  After-School Academics in an Era of Remote Learning

The Academic Minute

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Pawan Dhingra, Amherst College After-School Academics in an Era of Remote Learning

"After school education is taking hold during online learning at schools. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute ponding gra professor of american studies at amherst. College wondered if it helps or hinders children now. The remote learning has become the norm peres increasingly worried that their children may not be learn as much as they can. This anxiety has fueled an already growing interest in for profit. After school tutoring companies as kumaon math nauseam and others even for children performing well in school visit. Despite many educator says that such learning can limit children that it works as educational inequality what drives parents to invest your time and money after school education. And does it make sense to do so. During my research. I spent time with more than one hundred families who pursue supplemental education for their young children and talk with teachers called emissions officers and others. I found that parents whose children are doing fine in school. Still seek out after school. Academics were to make them competitive often worried about entry to college parents. He neighboring kids in such spaces and so worried that their kids won't be able to keep up. also learned. That tutoring works better under certain conditions and that respect not all companies can provide those conditions. Instructors need to be able to connect the content children's experiences to make the children more interested. For example what's more classes are most effective was smaller tutor student. Ratios parents use outside. Learning centers should ask how those businesses incentivize learning ask for references. If she doesn't prove resistant stop you want to instill lifelong learners. So their interest is essential education landscape is changing and private companies are playing more of a role we to understand their popularity and their effects nor to create the learning environment. We want for all children. That was tallin dhingra of amherst college.

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Take Your Shot with Robin Waite

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

08:54 min | 2 years ago

Take Your Shot with Robin Waite

"All right Robyn. Can I get it. Oh Yeah Oh yeah nice. Nice Nice first of all robin like we do every single time I wanna say thank you for taking the time out to talk with us because as I know. You're busy entrepreneur. Business owners so there's about a thousand things that you could be doing right now but you decided added to take some time out to talk with us so thank you for that. It's my pleasure. Thank you so much for having me on your show. The next thing I like to do is to ask you to tell us about about yourself now when I say that still free to go all the way back to the day you abort or you can start more. Current Day tells us about Kumaon. Yeah basically I live in the south west of the UK. I've always lived out in the countryside. We have a teachable. I'll take the call twelve and if I need to go listen to visit the the UK they should definitely come and check out the proper like yolly welby costs. Well how does everywhere. I like chocolate box type stuff but now fast forward kind of went through school always wanted to set up a business but didn't really business. I wanted to say so. I worked for a medical device company for about four years systems. Unless I'm a numbers Guy Elti propagate at the gate love my mouth and that point we managed to double the ten Brunei ended up pretty much running the company by the end of the four years so we grew to about a million and a half pounds a year in terms of ten AIBA and being systems analyst. I ended up. I suppose anyway. Firing about half the workforce so we actually work for Stanford about fifteen people down to about seven right because of the systems which I built so very good. I'm list but didn't realize the negative impact on coming on our work or people even at jobs which was fantastic side instead talking and four I started with marketing business. Run that twelve years we agree. That's about a quarter million pounds at ten A.. managed to get up to find employees within that business. That's really great. That will business point. My family was growing so I already had a daughter and then my second daughter is about to come on and I just had that you only have that sort of moment I call it kind of the shit moment where I realized really the agency with great but it wasn't really fulfilling me so I took three months off claims the agency see down and took three months off to spend time with my family and my daughter and you have been a paternity leave on during that time. So we're talking to two Thousand Sixteen fell into the coaching. Actually some people said. Oh you're really successful business. That's in Khost Day in that. Can you help us with that. We don't need to do any of the work. We want you to tell us how to do it so I feel as business business which is what I do now. The coaching practice already built that too similar. So this is actually my marketing business. Not GonNa go to amazing coaches and a couple of other people helping me now and I haven't looked back accurately there's been a real roller coaster ginny. Wow there's so much unpacked there that I don't even know where to start but I'm GonNa take a step back and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do? My favorite thing is the thing so which the U. K. isn't really well nine for itself and you'd probably be looking at Hawaiian someone. uh-huh actually about forty minutes away from where I live now. They've just opened up a wave garden. So that's my Kinda like guilty pleasure disappearing off down there plenty times in the new year. So yes I think. The biggest I've ever said his didn't sound very grandpar- pretty big at the time of fifteen foot waves to Morocco. I call the first. One wasn't quite lucky with the second one and ended up going under the water. It felt like forever but it was about forty seconds before I go back up again and they were very scary. Surreal experience parents. Probably one of the best experiences in My life actually now surfing a fifteen foot wave in Morocco may not seem like a big deal to you Robyn. But that's that's kind of a big deal. My friend tell you what we did is. I went out surfing with a couple of buddies and my friend called me into. And he's like he's like adult paddle paddle and then all I had I was coming off the top of the wave with. Oh Yeah I guess it was more of a big but it was like live the moment that you realized the power of the like. You're you're not point it's just GonNa do what is going to do with you have absolutely no control over it. That's a really good segue to my next question. I'm curious I heard in your intro. The businesses you start it and we're able to grow them in how you were started at a company as a systems analyst and ending running the company talk a little bit about surfing as it relates to that mentality of how you've been able to be successful in business. Joe Funding go on the other day about like if I could align myself with Perry he would not like well. It'd be mass boy again sandwich. Sounds like super nerdy. But I don't know why but I never got the radio bond stuff so you're never going to become like an engineer or something like that but one of the things I did get very early on with uh with the the basic economics on how to run a business in terms of kind of you know not just you know piano profit and loss type stuff ten by not properly sanity but cash is king and cash is one of the things which I kind of understood right from an early age not just to earn it but also have to keep it which is a a thing which a lot of progress really struggle with you here entrepreneur say things like oh I've got cash flow problems but it's not a cash flow problem. The tool the cash flowing into that business is also flown straight back out of the business so he's not cash. Play that issue. It's actually about being up to make more money but also being to keep some of that money so that you can then put towards growing a business and I got that in that first business because the the A business owner at the time. He's a great guy he really got the product innovation side of things. But how do you know understanding pats business so I kind of got into Kunar forced to kind of had to learn it as an eighteen year old school. And I've been out to take sort of fool with tweet to the businesses lifestyle runs in so I'm curious to know a little bit more about that period of your life in career so you end up starting at this company as a systems analyst and you said I think by year four year running the company and end up having a let half the people go because of the system that you put in place. How do you reconcile it? Well I mean the thing is going on since obviously and they got. They got jobs at the time. So that's fine but at the time it was like a you know when you're twenty one twenty two and realizing I like that you'll making people redundant it's actually really hard to stomach because you realize at that point that people hate you and I kind of when I started to run my own businesses businesses on. I realized that if just course this is just part of the journey going as a business owner having to make those really tough decisions kind of hiring and firing people and one of the the things which one of a mentor of mine said this really stuck with me for the United again from the very early on in my business career he said you need to highest level and five so people aren't performing properly. They're things that coming along through replacement then adopting you kind of need to get them out of business because typically the people of the most expensive business but the rules are the most important part of the business and I had this moment I realized I should work for that company and things weren't going well. Ten were wise. But I just wasn't enjoying it. I realized I shot a Graham changing. Take that piece of knowledge. And that's at my marketing business and see thousand four and I'd won so at that point I wanted to roam my marketing business. It'd be big enough. I the hiring people instead of having to find them. Got It so obviously over your career. You've had many things that you've had to overcome. Do you have a methodology analogy or a method to how you overcome challenges me. It's always been about having somebody to because if you try and deal with a lot of this stuff and business on the Rhine. I mean like you're dealing with things that you don't have experience in dealing with this. I have a mental or coach. Who got your back? You know no matter what when the irrespective irrespective of whether you're paying them or not like it's super important you have people around you who understand business because businesses we live in a day and age. Actually where the ten sometimes number businesses that were like the star of the Internet age so here in the UK. I think we had about half million businesses in the guy at the door of the night. Now there's six million serpent comes into business thinking it's super easy to get business. Stuff is a global marketplace clients your fingertips dot she ten number people. Doing whatever your listeners do are you right now. Which means it ten times to get found and so for me? It's always once you have those little moments of realization actually business. It's pretty tough. And you've got my support network around you so that when things do get haunt the wheels fall off and you can. You can go Nassir bit of advice. That's when the magic happens has a great offer. You probably read the book. Thinking Rich Rich Hill only talks about and there is about the mastermind effect and having groups of knowledgeable. People around you. Ron could work all this stuff out on your because you you're working out and you're conventionally but it's much easier if you can do a bit foster

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Helena Avelar and Lus Ribeiro on Traditional Astrology

The Astrology Podcast

10:00 min | 2 years ago

Helena Avelar and Lus Ribeiro on Traditional Astrology

"A first of all we have people from all different different countries not only English people because that's in London but from different countries in the environment the way that we relate to supervisors or to other students. It's really really so we feel at home all the time and we we have access to an amazing library and a amazing library. That's one of the things that I really miss your. You have shelves and Garters shelves only dealing with history of astrology so every critical edition every little lot secure article article that you can imagine it's probably there so it's it's wonderful yeah. I visited in a two thousand two thousand eight and I'm pretty sure that has to be the best library just in the world for astrology books and especially for traditional an older astrology books in critical editions and things of that nature and the way latest organized you can actually you don't need to ask the book to a librarian if you are a student of the institute can just go there to the shelf off and see and they are organized by topic not inauthentic order so you go there to pick one book and you end up with five hundred books because they are all related so it is organized in a way that you can. You can make the best asked of the library. Make the best of your study because of this so it's it's really amazing. If you have the opportunity to go there I would advise you to go because it's an amazing place and you just finished your actually before we get to your PhD dissertations so that's really important because it seemed like for most of the past century there were in the early part of the century suddenly there was academic interest in the history of strategy and there is a growing but relatively small a group of academics who are doing important work making critical editions and doing projects like the CCA G to catalog all of the surviving Greek manuscripts on astrology. You mean the work of the vigils penalty the early ones the L. Yes more like friends. Kumaon and some of those people in the the twentieth century where there was growing academic interest in the history of astrology and then eventually later in the century astrologists started getting interested in traditional astrology eighty but they were kind of like separate groups for a long time that didn't intersect but more recently over the past two decades there have been individual astrologers bruce who have been making an effort to to go back to school and get advanced degrees especially in the history of astrology the history of science in order to sort of merge those two worlds or blends merged that gap between the two groups for instance India Warburg issue too we have dr in Greenbaum. Darden was one of the first I think and I I always I always say that he she broke the ice for us. You know because he she was one of the first the scholars to openly at studies theology in in this at this level so I think you interviewed Dorian sometime ago. Yes she appeared on the podcast a couple of years ago and so she was another person in who like you she was an astrologer. I think she had like a bachelor's or a master's degree in Egyptology but then became an astrologer and she did a a translation of Police Alexandrina sin. I think two thousand one but then eventually in the early two thousands decided to go back to school and get her. PhD She went to the Warburg Institute where I think Charles Burnett was also her adviser and she ended up doing a dissertation on the Domon in Hellenistic astrology. Um so she was really inspiring to to you and seeing what she was able to do was part of maybe what motivated you guys to make that such a big move yourself yes not only she was inspiring but he was actively supportive because we know her personally and she was very very supportive of both of us yeah it is important that we have the study of history in with straight to because in speaking from monastic logistical perspective it's like it was saying there were many groups and there are still certain degree because we have Bach. It's can say buckets of people people who studied specific words specific authors and I'm sorta less orbiting those altars and those lines of bookstores strategy while we in our experience. Oh of course you always go to certain technique or practice altered at you. Prefer that's that's almost natural but one thing that blacks as to have a complete view of astrology of you of the tradition Asian so so that we can see how it'd false how it develops and we can extract them. I think content the basic concept since that of having a basket full of contradictions because people sometimes discuss lots of contradictions strategy and they forget to see what everyone talks about and it's common to everyone and it's that fine line where you have the the column of strategy would we did the consistent tradition the consistent drafting of strategy through times. That's where we should. You'd focus not so much in the little differences sure and it seems like the study of history and culture are kind of go hand in hand with the revival of traditional astrology because in in modern or contemporary astrology you study the techniques and you don't really need a lot contextualisation because it's written in the same period that we're living in now so there's just things you can take for granted that everybody knows except but as soon as you start going back history you have to understand the culture and the time period and everything else and so it seems like that's part of what you felt like you needed to specializes in more or wanted to become more authorities to talk about is just that that process of of understanding the history and the context in which the techniques emerged or were practiced. I think what we value is what we call us logical culture because contemporary very people in most contemporary people. I don't know what they do. I don't know all of them but most when temporary people would just focus as you said in the practice and they don't worry about the way the technique evolved or the way technique was created so what happens is that that opened the space for all sorts of opinion and if you don't know all the technique is generated. If you don't know the rationale of the Dick you just you might have your own opinion or you say l. Because in my own horoscope it works that's the main the main argument it works for me and so this would generate all sorts of what we might call personal astrology for Meat Works and so if you know where the technique comes from if you have this context all the context if you understand the idea you will be able to criticize in a good sense of the word you will be able to criticize and say this. I think it makes sense this. I don't think it makes sense because it's not rooted in the tradition and that is the the main thing in also because probably because I'm a Nestorian but I think it's very important for any kind of practice to understand our developed otherwise you have no route you just you just leaves me thing in the superficial level all things without any substance what we were living in the world people say things without any substance anyway. It sure seems like that's what's drawn. A lot of people to traditional astrology over the past decade is on wanting to go past oftentimes doing modern astrology but hitting a wall in terms of your understanding of the subject and realizing that if you wanted to go deeper into it and wanted to be able to actually synthesize charts or no the reason why you're you're saying certain things that at a certain point you have to go back into the tradition in order to figure some of those things out I think what happened if any I'm talking about historically historically here also but the twentieth century we had the move slow move from tradition and natural escaped from the tradition because of the whole Cultural Movement of the twentieth century and got two point where things get to a level of abstraction which Chad no connection to reality so we have a lot of astrological practices now days that don't have any connection to reality and sometimes not any connection action to strategy itself so most of the time we see people say they're astrologers and so the strategy but they explain astrology Assu of several other systems as tarik psychological several spiritual or something something else or scientifically even and they don't explain this torch by itself and any form of knowledge such as astrology sheet must be able to explain itself. It must have an internal rule which we can follow up on when we have adult or elder and we can't. It's like mathematics comparing it so easy comparison to do if you have a doubt you go for the mathematics rule go for the geometrical the rule that will give you the answer if you're progressing correctly or not and the Saudi lack that for a long time now it's recovering. That's an we. St- we're we're starting to see a nucleus of heart core nucleus of astrology of the doctrine that's coming out again which was completely lost until and we started to have translations and we'll hear speaking in English so we in the English speaking community you there were many translations of texts until two decades ago three decades ago so it they were known and now all we have it and now you had already enough time for that information to mature and to result in in a community. Let's let's say of people develop rankings to digital strategy and have a common language already grown up which is not willing lily. It's not mystic. It's it's not mediaeval. There's already a nucleus with which is common to any tradition in astrology and that's that's where things need to be worked upon its to understand exactly what the nucleus is composed off although we can have of course second deck. Niks that exists in different cultures in different from epochs that's natural but still there is common ground to hold this essential dignities. the goal is of the planets all of that is the nucleus and we can see in any any astrology book anesthesiology prime. We'll have to have that was principles which which are absolutely lacking in most of the things that were written in the twentieth century. You don't have a common ground. You don't have an explanation Ford Meanings of the planets. You don't have an explanation for the aspects or you have an explanation netease outsiders not not like psychology for calling numerology symbolic mythology for example one of my main glitches with with the the rationale of astrology now sometimes now in presentation is mythology you fall back into mythology to justify. Why applied works in a certain way way but we're forgetting that mythology was forged from observations of the planets so we're doing things incorrectly yeah? It's not a a logical God that gives the plant certain quality that the body that God was derived from the observations the planet's actions and a nature so doing it incorrectly you you cannot do it. The process inversely so it's complicated lead and there was also the presumption that that's the way it's always been done and the assumption was projected back into the tradition that mythology has always been and the primary interpretive principle for understanding slender bodies and therefore it's getting projected forward into the discovery of new ones so that's the primary way that they're approaching like new bodies by thinking about the name and the mythology

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"kumaon" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"It sounds. Nice and Cuban family, too. But if you're alone at times, and you want some get it get it wrong with that. You sit next thing you know you'd be baking apple pie at home for yourself. Yes. Hi for one. Yes, we had a pie make myself a pecan pie hole to buy film. It's ridiculous, because we only got about five minutes. Okay. So it's time for having sees it at the movie. Or georgia. I'm gonna throw out the synopsis. Tell you some of the stars in the film. You tell me if you're gonna go and see the movie, okay and hard earned money. This one stars at teenage girl who was raised underground by kind robot named mother, designed to repopulate the earth following the extinction of humankind with Hilary swank and rose Byrne. Hillary shrank and rose Byrne has got me interested in it. What is it to Sundance movie? It's available on Netflix, June seventh it's called IM mother. Okay. It's fantastic. Because it's a sci-fi movie at doesn't rely just on the special effects. It's the premise that draws you in his well. All right. This one's about a late night, talk show. Hosts also Sundance movie who, who suspects that she may soon be losing her status as the Queen of late night with McCulloch Kaley already sold me. Millie Mindy Kaeling, first of all, I love Mindy, Kaelin, okay? From the office from her Mindy, Kaeling show that was on for a number of years on FOX, I love her. I think she's a door -able. I think she's hilarious, and I will watch anything she's in. It's called late night. Also stars Reed Scott from veep. And it comes out, June seventh as well. And that's a feature film late night. Yeah. It's going to be a feature film. It's in theaters. But it's also on Amazon, okay? A detective recruits, is Uber driver into an unexpect-. Night of adventure. That sounds like a silly, buddy cop movie that I'm not gonna watch it the theater. Fine. It's got a great pairing, Dave Batista, who you know, from the galaxy movies and Kumaon than Johnny who audiences. No from the big sick. Oh collateral. Yeah, I'm not interested stupor. Yeah. There's no set against bigger. There's zero chance that I would go watch it. Honestly. There's a very remote chance. I won't even watch that at home. I played no even on a plane after the murder of his father, a young lion..

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"kumaon" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"I don't know. I can't I'm gonna say it. Anyway. They didn't say not to. Oh, say no, they invited me to shoot the first episode with them and be hosting the event where they all get back together in episode. Yes. The reason why this should be good. The reason why what you just said. No. It's in Vancouver. So we make these things called planes. I can't get in Kumaon baby shoot. Sorry. I, I have duties and responsibilities in other places, but I was like so flattered. So I was to stand. It was going to be the opening scene where they all get back together. And I was hoping. I know how are you sleeping and night? I'm not sleeping at night. This is I've flew. I'm only three episodes in and I'm like, heartbroken. Yeah. It's. Can you can you stop? Now. You're making me feel terrible. Well, I can't good sheets for a full day in Vancouver. So who cares? Can you? And guess what role I was gonna play yourself? Yes. I'm just gonna play me he would cry. I wonder who's going to play me. Mario lopez. Chris harrison. I'm using play music. Chris harrison. They're gonna go to the next lake hosted type person. I wondered asked him we ask ask him. I'd like to know if he's been asked to host the, the opening scene of the new nine oh two all of the stars get back together some convention. My oh like your stomach drops. Because like you feel like you're missing out on something like I feel every called foam. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Have it. I can't believe it. I can't tell you when you've done typing Harrison, you do this training report writing head soapy Turner, and Joe Jonas. They are like the peak of alternate relationship goals right now. Like everybody's obsessed with them right now that got married in Vegas, cool, exchanging pops cool, but it wasn't always smooth sailing for them as a couple. So Sophie recently just came out about that actually called it quits before they got married and it was for twenty four hours. She said it was the worst day of our lives for a second. We both had cold feet and then twenty years later. We were both like never mind. You wanna be normal go out without the fear of people hounding you. But if I'm happy, then I'm not going to give that up to be private. So this is the thing that really just made my heart skip a beat. Sophie's been really opening up about her struggle with mental health, and she said at one point. Joe said, I can't be with you until you love yourself. I can't see you love me more than you love yourself. I mean camped and I shall. Well. Don't shan't not here. Please. So we've been no Shannon policy in the studio thirty minutes of kisses next, but formers insurance, we know the sound of perfect hot air balloon landing and.

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"kumaon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In English. And so so he's just looking at this very, you know, well, accepted translation at the copper scroll. And he sees that the copper scroll again. According to to this translation in the valley under the ruins in the valley of a core. And. And so he just looks and he thinks, you know, the traditional and accepted place of the valley of a core. And looks for ruins in that area and thinks about ruins in that area and come runner or most famous and the most connected to the Dead Sea scrolls. So he just takes that first line as a preamble which everyone else had always taken that line as just referring to that. I a location, and so we just right off the bat and instinctively what he did that was different that will affect the rest of his research for a decade is that he took it as the preamble of like all of the next locations listed in this squirrel will be in the ruined which is in the value. Of course. So it's important that I gotta find that ruin and he just thought to himself. I'm going to see if the archaeological remains of Koran match the rest of the locations listed in the. Copper scroll. And that's where it began. In other words, all of the treasure is right there in Kumaon where the scrolls were discovered. Exactly other people other scholars have thought, you know with passing reference only John allegro, actually. Know really nail down a couple of locations that he identified with Kumaon in the copper school, certainly other scholars have thought there seems to be matches here because because the proximity, you know, the copper scroll just found steps away from combined. It's associated with all of the other Dead Sea scrolls authors and owners of the Dead Sea scrolls were the essence who lived at Combe run. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jeb Barfield was doing? That was unique and new was giving a method in Iran and a reason to. How does Koran match the copper scroll? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the locations? Are actually income Ron and buried underneath come Ryan, or at least on the edges around Koran because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruin which is in the valley. Of course, all the all his identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pools. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for them Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and Koran and so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps setting east. And then he wonders. Well, how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs are forty cubits long? And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation. That was ten years long. And they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And it was exactly exactly forty cupid. And and so he just he goes from there just matching it up one at a time. And sometimes they're very very specific. Like, an obviously that report it didn't say you keep it measurements. And the report it use meters. But you know, once he converted it to to forty two the cubit system than it was exactly forty. So a retired firefighter breaks the code and discovers the location perhaps of this vast treasure of that is encoded in the copper scroll. We'll come back more with my conversation with Shelly needs, the copper, scroll project, the Beatles. Taking his into the break with while my catarrh weeps right here on coast to coast AM..

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"kumaon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Israel's birthright, or you know, her. There's no other there. There's no other motive, and it's also not as as anyone would be able to establish any monetary value on these things. Anyway, now, he is a really religious man and very. Very strict keeping in with the Sabbath and with laws of the Torah. Also is a believer in Jesus. And so he kind of occupied both orbits. He's a little bit of a religious chameleon in that way that when he's with a group of Jews that he speaks the language of tour and of what's important to to religious Jews. But he also is is great with Christian audiences. So I see him kind of navigate both of those worlds and do it. Well because both are important to him. At this point. Is there does the technology exists to do sort of ground penetrating imaging? Can they see what's under the ground? Right. So the technology has has come a long way like you reference oak island. You know, every time that they hit a wall. They always just getting new grand fiefs of technology to keep the plot moving. But what is what was the problem fifty years ago is that even when there were a metal detectors, even when metal detecting technology existed? This is the Dead Sea area, so the soil there is mineralized and a very different way than any other place in the world. And so so metal detectors just gave false positives or we're able to read the soil and the right way. And so for then the beginning when Koran was excavated metal detectors weren't very useful. Jim barfield? When part is that so ground penetrating radar has been done at Combe run. But not for what we were looking for in the copper scroll because the coppers girl. This is it's it's where it occupies some space between this isn't traditional archaeology traditional archaeology things down to the last level of habitat. And when that's reached you stop the copper school is asking you to dig nine to twelve feet deeper than that. And to dig for something that was buried, so it's it's a really natural process for archaeologists to to pursue that. And so the ground penetrating radar that had been done that show voids at Combe Ron does show that there are underground sort of storage areas. Randall price from liberty university had done a lot of that work on a plateau. And and he too has found void stare that. That he hasn't been able to excavate some of them cut into a cliff. There's like a very steep Wadi that drops right at the edge of Kumaon. So you have to be careful even an excavating caves or anything in that area because it's very collapsible. So we did get our hands on a Lorenzo deep max metal detector, which is probably the best metal detector for that region. A white smell detector is is strong. But that this is a ten thousand dollar metal detector when you add in the technology between being able to read the scans. But and it's a cube. It's a cute that you drag and it can tell the difference between ferrous and nonferrous metals second tell the difference. You know, we're looking for gold silver bronze or something else, and it can give some indication of size, and which is really what had to be done for the copper scroll. And what did it reveal? Well, so for years, so I have to back up a little in two thousand nine and this is just a crazy sort of chronology of events that even Jim was able to do this. But you were able to get a meeting with the equities at thirty and to excavate at three of the sites that were listed in his research, which how this Oklahoma's and investigator was able to get a meeting with the Israel antiquities authority and much less for them to to want to test and probe his research is, you know, as a tell them within itself, but he was able to do it. And so what became clear in that process is that the conference call with sixty locations. And so if you gig all over Kumaon at that kind of debt and sixty different sites. You'll have you'll destroy Koran in the process you'll end up making Koran look like an app close side of the moon, craters everywhere. And so even though he had specific research that pointed to specific places coom Ryan, the sacred site in and of itself to Israel and to the religious community. And so he had to be really careful, and so it became clear that doing nine foot probes income Ron proper was not ideal. And and so for many years, he applied after that dig that dig was abruptly shut down for reasons that I can speculate on, but that we don't know for sure. And so and not archaeologist that had been in charge of the day, and who really believed in Barfield research, and he was the number two person in command of Kumaon. From an archaeological level he actually died in a tragic accident. Not so long after and so it really kind of brought everything to a to a halt. And for whatever reason the Israel antiquity authority denied permission to do an electronic scan of Koran and for years it sat that way for years. Jim Barfield was applying. He was finding new archaeologists. He was writing new reports meeting with new readers sometimes waiting out people to retire in the integrity of thirty. And so he returned Israel's something like sixteen times. Right. Sixteen times. Right. Exactly. So this guy's tenacious. He's two nations. So tonight and every time, you know, kind of building up this army of allies. A lot of people in the Temple Mount move at a lot of of religious Jews who want who see a third temple and Israel's future really have aligned with Jim Butterfield and weren't hunting succeed. Nothing has ever been found from the interior of the first or second temple. We appointing. Exterior evidence from the temples. Now, the retaining walls are still there. We have things that a stone that marks the place of trumpeting, we have priestly weights and scales. We we do we have things, but we don't have. So certainly, you know, there's no denying the existence of the Jewish temple. But because of two thousand years of invaders and ocupation in Jerusalem being destroyed and rebuilt back up, and because we can't excavate on the Temple Mount, there's really nothing from from the ritual vessels or their religious Esso's that we have. There was one tiny pomegranate that was found that was believed to be on the end of a priestly sceptre, and it had an inscription that said from the house of y'all way or in the house of galley, and it has been proved to be a forgery, which brings us back to the show in terms of what we can sort of the banner that the Temple Mount movement can March under. That they would love for Jim Barfield to be successful. So he really has sort of this this religious cohort of allies that has had campaigned around him. But but just yes for years was knocking on on the wrong doors and really getting nowhere in terms of as being quickies authority approving a permit, which the archaeologists that we worked with really couldn't even understand it said he'd never been denied a permit for something like that before because it was not invasive it wasn't threatening to the ruin especially when we were able to get a hold of the Lorenzo, which is a much better metal detector. So it was really a frustrating time.

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"kumaon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right-thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially the cousin come on. But for the most part uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a couple of weeks there. But. Yes. It's it's spiritually valuable, and it's valuable to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go, she Asians. But. Areas. West Bank it separately not areas. See, why do you okay? Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADC, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Under there. It's already and Koume Ron is under there. It's already it's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven I Helene. Thank you for the call. Interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If I mean, what is standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve Kumaon was declared, a they use actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be experiences should meet that. So it would be every seven years in the bible or e the land is supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that for homerun ruin itself would rest that no archeological. Excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemeteries around comb on but for the most part they've held to that every since then so I thought at the time everyone thought just last for a year, but it's actually lasted until now, and.

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"kumaon" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"But I think you should clarify that he was arrested for just going up to the Temple Mount. Right. Can you clarify that for because I I I would love to hear from you. First of all, they have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain along a certain path, you're constantly watched. Especially if the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up there. They're passports are confiscated and their watched like hawks. And when they returned they're giving their passports. You're not allowed to enter to either prayers, and obviously Mr. Fagan. Well off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe it was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. And I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount. And all but being as you said, he's in the Knesset. He managed to overturn the ban Halina. We just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Do you have any comments on on coumarin as a possible location for the treasure? And it's an area. See I don't think it is. And why not I know? I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I visit Israel. And you as right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not it. This isn't an area that any sort of right thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially because of Koran but for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a couple of weeks there. But it's it's spiritually valuable, and it's to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. Not area West Bank. It's seventy not areas sake. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADC, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there. It's already and Kumaon is under there already. It's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven are it Alina. Thank you for the call interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If I mean, what is standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve crewmen was declared, a they use actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be extreme fish meat that it would every seven years in the bible or e the land. Just supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that procam run that they're real in itself would rest that no archeological. Excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemetery's around comb run. But for the most part they've held to that every since then so I thought at the time everyone thought just last for a year, but it's actually lasted until now and the shumita should be over the sheer then. Yes. But there's been there's been no word of that. So all right. We'll let we'll pick this up on the other side Shelley and will continue to take questions and comments as well. Here's Sloan taking us into the break. With money city maniacs on coast to coast AM. Feeling lost. Not by your radio. Grab your smartphone. Or computer and listen to heart radio pick up the free iheartradio app store or go to iheartradio dot com..

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"kumaon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And you probably delays right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially the cousin Koran. But for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's not important, but there's a couple of weeks there. But. Breath. It's it's spiritually valuable, and it's Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. West bank. It's separately not areas sake. Okay. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADC, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there. It's already in Ron is under there already. It's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven I Halina, thank you for the call interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If I mean, what is standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve crewmen was declared, a they use actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be experiences Schmidt that so it would every seven years in the bible or e but the way and just supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that so run that they're really itself would rest a bit. No archaeological. Excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemeteries around chrome run. But for the most part they've held to that every since then so I thought at the time everyone thought just watch for a year, but it's actually lasted until.

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"kumaon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well, first of all they have certain prohibitions. And unfortunately as much as I personally would like to go to the Temple Mount, this is one of the reasons I don't go because the restrictions you have to walk a certain along a certain path, you're constantly watched. Especially if he does the Jewish faith now, I have I know I go to Israel with groups that when they go up their their passports confiscated and their watched like hawks, and when they returned they're giving their passports. Let's say you're not allowed to enter to either prayers. Obviously, Mr. Fagan. Went off the path. And when I say off the path of obviously, he did attempt to pray up there and one time I believe it was two years ago. He actually went into the mosque. The I hate to say this. But he actually started a little demonstration within the mosque with various members of his party. And in fact, at the time, he was banned from ascending the Temple Mount at all. But being as you said, he's in the Knesset. He managed to overturn the ban Hellene. We just have a couple of minutes before the break here. Do you have any comments on on Coomer on as a possible location for the pressure? Area. Say I don't think it is. And why not? I know I personally go with various groups to come run whenever I visit Israel. And you as right by there is technically a checkpoint. But you probably blaze right by it. Right. I mean, it's not this isn't an area that any sort of right-thinking person believes that Israel would ever give up especially the cousin Koran. But for the most part, it's uninhabited area. It's not it's it's not important, but there's a a complex there. But. Yes. It's it's it's spiritually valuable, and it's to Israel. And I don't think that Israel, whatever give it up and go she ation, but. West bank. It's not areas. See why do you? Okay. Yeah. Okay. Under the under the antiquities laws. They refer to it as it's under the ADA, which is the archaeological department under anything that's considered in Judea and Samaria. Is under there. It's already in Kumaon is under there. It's already it's not under the Israel antiquities at thirty every since sixty seven all right Alina. Thank you for the call. Interesting. Interesting perspective there from Halina. If I mean, what is standing in the way now for them to at least start doing some some careful probing or or or or trenching in in in Kumaon. Right. So in twenty twelve crewmen was declared, a they use actually Jewish sort of biblical terminology for this thing that the land would be experiences should meet that. So it would every seven years in the bible e that the land is supposed to to rest, and so they actually declared that for homerun that they're really itself would rest that no archeological. Excavations would be allowed at Koran and for the most part there's been some excavations in the cemeteries around Coomer on. But for the most part they've held to that every since then so I thought at the time everyone thought just last for a year, but it's actually lasted until now and for the shumita should be over the sheer then. Yes. But there's been there's been no word of that. So all right. We'll let we'll pick this up on the other side Shelley and will continue to take questions and comments as well. Here's Sloan taking us into the break. With money city maniacs on coast to coast AM. Feeling lost radio. Grab your smartphone. Or computer and listen to I heart radio pick up the free iheartradio app store or go to I heart radio dot com. The most.

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"kumaon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of Kumaon. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just northwest at. Very close to it. But technically outside of their really, Jim Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get her mission. Could you? Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel Knesset, which is their permanent your body. Mostly fake Lynn. Hurry. Very that's in guy has been arrested many times for for visiting the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and. Politician that that seems to not care about about playing too close to the role of and so he s series, of course, events and meets Tim Barfield and hears about his research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a stand with the Rams detector at several sites that Coomer on with or without permission from the integrity is already, and that's what he does. And so we actually have positive prove that there's something large something nonferrous and and deep underground both in Koran and this site Jim Barfield research, specifically points to right outside of Kumaon. So he thinks that's the the ark. But isn't doesn't the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's acacia would that's all gilded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls as the desert Catia would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't harness and survive the test of time pretty well. So both at those would be detectable and also pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasurer for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Listen, I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about yours history is that there's a day on the calendar every year, they Jews more of the first temple the second temple. And they memorialize it. There is no set. Stay for the ark of the covenant. And the arc of the covenant is what days the temple. It's you know, the imparted. It's holiness imparted that sanctity. It was in the holiest. So really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a racist. And it's gone. But it's not the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenant watch, you know, even with Temple Mount moving has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the arc. Now the ark. According to legend awesome. Destructive power. The only people that can approach the arc would be the leave. I'ts exactly Jim Barfield. You know, being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious, and so part meetings with the fan heat-driven and with the. An institutional bodies in Israel. It's to say should this event. Take place should we be able to to unseal this potential cave outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income run there and Israel. You know, there's there's a list Cohenim. I they know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects, and then prepared said that they come. And so he had one meeting with a leader of one of the Temple Mount. Movement people, and I'm Solomon is his name, and and he asked and should this happen. You know, Koran is not so far from Jerusalem this happened. How quickly could you get priest here and Gerson said, you know, give me.

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"kumaon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on KTOK

"Listening to right now? Newsradio one thousand k t o k. Shelley before we dive into the calls. We were talking about how Jim Barfield you said is convinced that the ark of the covenant lies beneath the ruins of Kumaon. And I wanted you to finish up on that point before we start taking some calls. Right. So there's actually a mound just north west close to it. But technically outside of their ruined Jim Barfield. I had said that you know, that he wasn't able to get permission to do. Electric survey of combined with the metal detector, but actually has done one at three of the sixty sites. It was a member of Knesset Israel's Knesset, which is their permanent your body. Mostly fake Lynn hurry v. They very that guy has been arrested many times for for visiting the Temple Mount Jerusalem. And and just a politician that that seems to not care about about playing too close to the role of and so he s series, of course, events, and and and meet stem Barfield hears about here's research and volunteers to use his Knesset, immunity and do a stand with the Loretta detector at several sites that Coomer on with or without permission from the antiquities authority. And that's what he does. And so we actually have positive crews that there's something large something nonferrous, and and deep underground book in Koran and this site the Jim Bartels research, specifically points to right outside of Kumaon. So he thinks that's the the ark. But isn't doesn't the the mercy seat on the ark? Isn't it covered in gold? Yes. And it's acacia would that's all gilded. So the nice part is that just like in Egypt and just like with the Dead Sea scrolls as the other case, you would was buried deeply somewhere in the Judean desert. It would come out looking pretty much the same as it went in and gold as well. You know, doesn't partisan and survive the test of time pretty well. So both of those would be detectable. And also look pretty good pretty well preserved my word. We don't know exactly. What would be there? But we just know that we got a positive scan for her something that's related to the copper scroll or something that's large nonferrous and buried deep which I can't imagine anything other than copper is called treasure for that. If it is the ark of the covenant there. I mean that that that. Would be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Yes, listen, I mean, people speculate about the ark of the covenant state. But one thing that I'll tell you about yours history. Is that there's a day on the calendar every year, they Jews more and a lot of the first temple the second temple. And they memorialize it. There is no such day for the ark of the covenant. And the ark of the covenant is what gave the temple. It's you know, the imparted. It's holiness. And part of the sanctity it was in the holiest. So really just the narrative about what happened to it. It is a race. And it's gone. But it's not that the Jewish tradition. Does not say that the covenant lost, you know, even with Temple Mount movements that has recreated lots of items for the third temple. They don't recreate the arc. The arc is meant to be found. You can't you can't make an arc replica for any future temple. It has to be the original right and the third temple cannot be built without the. Ark. Now the ark. According to legend, awesome, destructive power, the only people that can approach the arc would be the Levi's. Exactly. So Jim Barfield, you know, being a religious man has is being been very serious. He takes this very serious. And so part of his meetings with the fan he drain and with the religious institutional bodies in Israel. It's to say should this event. Take place should we be able to to unseal this potential caves outside of Croom run or any of these items be on earth income run we need priests there and Israel. You know, there's there's a list Cohenim. I they know who they are several of the Temple Mount movement study how to handle these objects and prepared said that day come and so he had one meeting with a leader has one of the Temple Mount. Movement people and Gresham Solomon is his name. And and he asked them should this happen. You know, Koran is not so far from Jerusalem. Should this happen? How quickly could you get priest here, and and gross and said, you know, give me an hour..

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"kumaon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And to dig for something that was buried, so it's it's a really a natural process for our gala this to to pursue that. And so the ground penetrating radar that had been done that show Boyd's at Combe Ron does show that there are underground sort of storage areas. Randall price from liberty university had done a lot of that work on the Koran plateau, and and he too has found voids there that that he hasn't been able to excavate some of them cut into a cliff. There's like a very steep Wadi that dropped right at the edge of Kumaon. So you have to be careful even an excavating caves or anything in that area because it's very collapsible. So we did get our hands on a Lorenzo deep max metal detector, which is probably the best metal detector for that region. A white smell detector is is strong. But this is a ten thousand dollar metal detector when you add in the technology between being able to read the scans. But and it's a cute. It's a cute that you drag and it can tell the difference between ferrous and nonferrous metals tell the difference. You know, we're looking for gold silver bronze or something else? And it can give some indication of size and depth, which is really wet and had to be done for the copper scroll. And what did it reveal? Well, so for years, so. I have to back up a little in two thousand nine and this is just a crazy sort of chronology of events that even Jim was able to do this. But you were able to get a meeting with the thirty and to excavate at three of the sites that were listed in his research, which how this Oklahoma's and investigator was able to get a meeting with the Israel antiquities at thirty and much less for them to to want to test and probe his research is you know, is is tell them within itself. But he was able to do it. And so what became clear in that process is that the copper scoreless sixty locations. And so if you dig all over Kumaon at that kind of debt in sixty different sites. You'll have you'll destroy Koran in the process you'll end up making home run looked like an up close shot of the moon, craters everywhere. And so even though he had specific research that pointed specific places coom Ron is a sacred site in and of itself to Israel and to the religious community. And so he had to be really careful, and so it became clear that doing nine foot probes in Coomer on proper what not ideal and and so for many years, he applied after that dig that dig was abruptly shut down for reasons that. I can speculate on, but that we don't know for sure. And so and archaeologist that had been in charge of the day, and who had really believed in Denver fields research, and he was the number two person in command of Kumaon from an archaeological level he actually died in a tragic accident. Not so long after and so it really kind of brought everything to a to a halt. And for whatever reason the Israel is at thirty denied permission to do an electronic skin of come on. And for years it sat that way for years. Jim Barfield was applying. He was finding new archaeologists. He was writing new reports meeting with new readers sometimes waiting out people to retire in the antiquities authority. And so he returned Israel something like sixteen times sixteen times. Right. Exactly. So contentious, he's two nations so tonight and every time, you know, kind of building up this army of allies. A lot of people in the Temple Mount move at a lot of of religious Jews who who want who see at third temple in Israel's future really have aligned with Jim Barfield exceed nothing has ever been found from the interior the first or second temple. We appointing. Exterior evidence from the temples. Now, the retaining walls are still there. We have things that stone that marks the place of trumpeting, we priestly weights and scales that we we do we have things, but we don't have certainly, you know, there's no denying the existence of the Jewish temple. But because of two thousand years of invaders and Accu patients in Jerusalem being destroyed and rebuilt back up, and because we can't excavate on the Temple Mount, there's really nothing from from the ritual vessels or their religious, those that we have there was one tiny pomegranate that was found that was believed to.

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"kumaon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Israel's Israel's birthright, or you know, her. There's no other there. There's no other motive, and it's also not as if anyone would be able to establish any monetary value on these things anyways. Now, he is a really religious man and very. Very strict keeping in with the Sabbath and with laws of the Torah. But also is believer in Jesus. And so he kind of occupies both orbits. He's a little bit of a religious chameleon in that way that when he's with a group of Jews that he speaks the language of tour and of what's important to to religious Jews. But he also is is great with Christian audiences. So I see him kind of navigate both of those worlds and do it. Well because both are important to him. At this point. Is there does the technology exists to do sort of ground penetrating imaging? Can they see what's under the ground? Right. So the technology has has come a long way like you reference oak island. You know, every time that they hit a wall. They always just get a new grand fiefs of technology to keep the pot moving. But what is what was the problem fifty years ago is that even when there were a metal detectors, even when metal detecting technology existed? This is the Dead Sea area, so the soil there is mineralized and a very different way than any other place in the world. And so so metal detectors just gave false positives or we're able to read the soil and the right way. And so for then the beginning when Koran was excavated metal detectors weren't very useful. Jim barfield? When part is that so ground penetrating radar has been done at Combe run. But not for what we were looking for in the copper scroll because the coppers girl. This is it's it's where occupies some space between this isn't traditional archaeology archaeology digs down to the last level of habitation. And when that's reached you stop. The copper school is asking you to dig nine to twelve feet deeper than that. And to dig for something that was buried, so it's it's a really unnatural process for archaeologists to to pursue that. And so the ground penetrating radar that had been done that show voids at Combe Ron does show that there are underground sort of storage areas. Randall price from liberty university had done a lot of that work on the Kumaon plateau, and he too has found void stare that. That he hasn't been able to excavate some of them cut into a cliff there. It's like a very steep Wadi that drops right at the edge of Kumaon. So you have to be careful even an excavating caves or anything in that area because.

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"kumaon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ones by Gabriel Garcia Martinez. He has a. A book with all of that scrolls in English. And so so he's just looking at this very, you know, well, accepted translation at the copper scroll. And he sees that the copper scroll began. According to this translation and the valley under the ruins in the valley of a core. And and so he just looks and he thinks, you know, the traditional and accepted place of the valley of core. And looks for ruins in that area or thinks about ruins in that area in runner or most famous and the most connected to that sea scrolls there he just takes that first line as a preamble which everyone else had always taken that line as just referring to that I location and so what just right off the bat. Instinctively what he did. That was different that will affect the rest of his research for a decade is that he took it in the preamble of like all of the next locations listed in the school will be in the ruin which is in the valley. Of course, that's important that I that ruin and he just saw. Himself. I'm going to see if the archaeological remains of Koran match the rest of the locations listed in the copper, scroll. And that's where it began. In other words, all of the treasure is right there income Ron where the scrolls were discovered. Exactly other people other scholars have thought, you know with passing reference only John allegro, actually. You know, really nailed down a couple of locations that he identified with Kumaon in the copper, scroll certainly other scholarships thought there seems to be matches here because because the proximity, you know, the copper scroll just found steps away from on associated with all of the other Dead Sea, scrolls authors and owners of the Doug taste girls were the SEM who lived at home run. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jim Barfield was doing. That was unique and new was giving a method and a rhyme and a reason to. How does Koran match the copper scroll? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the location are actually income Ron and buried underneath come Ryan, or at least on the edges or around Koran because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruined which is in the valley, of course, all their of identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pool. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the covers call begins. It says pass under the steps leading to be east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and? Iran. And so he just orients has map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders we'll how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs are forty cubits long. And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation was ten years long. And they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And.

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"kumaon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In English. And so so he's just looking at this very, you know, well, accepted translation of the copper scroll. And he sees that the copper scroll again. According to to this translation in the valley under the ruins in the valley of a core. And. And so he just looks and he thinks, you know, the traditional and accepted place of the valley of a core. And looks for ruins in that area thinks about ruins in that area and come runner or famous and the most connected to the Dead Sea scrolls. So he just takes that first line as a preamble which everyone else had always taken that line as just referring to that. I a location and so what the just right off the bat and instinctively what he did that was different that will affect the rest of his research for a decade is that he took it. As a preamble of like all of the next locations listed in the school will be in the ruined which is in the valley. Of course. So it's important that I defy that ruin and he just thought to himself. I'm going to see if the archaeological remains of Koran match the rest of the locations listed in the. The copper scroll. And that's where it began. In other words, all of the treasure is right there in Kumaon where the scrolls were discovered. Exactly other people other scholars have thought, you know with passing reference only John allegro, actually. Really nailed down a couple of locations that he identified with Kumaon in the copper school certainly other scholarships thought there seems to be matches here because because the proximity, you know, the copper scroll just found steps away from combined. It's associated with all of the other Dead Sea scrolls authors and owners of the Dead Sea scrolls were the F scenes who lived at home run. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jim Barfield was doing. That was unique in new was giving a method and a rhyme and a reason to. How does Koran match the copper scroll? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the locations are actually income Ron and buried underneath from Ryan, or at least on the edges around comb run because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruin which is in the valley of a core. All of the all of the identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pool. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and Koran and so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders what how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs are forty cubits long. And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation was. Ten years long, and they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And it was exactly exactly forty cupid. And and so he just he goes from there just matching it up one at a time. And sometimes they're very very specific like, and obviously that report it didn't say. You keep it measurements. And the report that use meters. But you know, once he converted it to forty to the Cuban system than it was exactly forty. So a retired firefighter breaks the code and discovers. The location perhaps of this vast treasure that is encoded in the copper scroll. We'll come back more with my conversation with Shelly needs, the copper, scroll project, the Beatles. Taking his into the break with while my guitar weeps right here on coast to coast AM. Lear's, traffic and weather. I heart radio signs, seventy WFL. From the Florida central.

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"kumaon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of chrome Ron match the rest of the locations listed in the copper, scroll. And that's where it began. In other words, all of the treasure is right there in Kumaon where the scrolls were discovered. Exactly other people other scholars have thought, you know with passing reference only John Allegra, actually. You know, really nailed down a couple of locations that he identified with Kumaon in the copper school certainly other scholarships thought it there seems to be matches here because because the proximity, you know, the copper scroll is just found steps away from combined. It's a societas with all of the other Dempsey's girls authors and owners of the Dead Sea scrolls were the F scenes who lived at home it. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jeb Barfield was doing? That was unique and new with giving a method and a rhyme and a reason to. How does come run match the copper school? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty locations? Are actually income Ron and buried underneath them Ron or at least on the edges around comb run because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruined which is in the valley of a core. All they're always identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pools. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and run? And so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders we'll how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs are forty cubits long. And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation. With ten years long. And they and.

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"kumaon" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on KGO 810

"In other words, all of the treasure is right there in Kumaon where the scrolls were discovered. Exactly other people other scholars have thought, you know with passing reference only John allegro, actually. Really nail down a couple of locations that he identified with Kumaon in the copper, scroll certainly other scholarships thought there seems to be matches here because because the proximity, you know, the copper scroll just found steps away from its associated with all the other Dead Sea scrolls authors and owners of the Dead Sea scrolls were the SEM who lived at home run. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jeb Barfield was doing? That was unique and new was giving a method in Iran and a reason to. How does come run match the copper scroll? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the locations are actually in chrome Ron and buried underneath them Ryan, or at least on the edges around comb run because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruin which is in the valley of a core. All if they're all of that identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pools. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and? Iran. And so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders what how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs or forty cubits long? And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation was ten years long. And they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And it was exactly exactly forty cupid. And and so he just he goes from there just matching it up one at a time. And sometimes they're very very specific like, and obviously that report it didn't say didn't use keep it measurements. And the report it use meters. But you know, once he converted it to to forty two the Cuban system than it was exactly forty. So a retired firefighter. Peter breaks the code and discovers. The location perhaps of this vast treasure of that is encoded in the copper scroll. We'll come back more of my conversation with Shelly needs, the copper, scroll project, the Beatles. Taking his into the break with while my guitar weeps right here on coast to.

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"kumaon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"kumaon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In English. And so so you're just looking at this very, you know, well, accepted translation of the copper scroll. And he sees that the copper scroll up again. According to this translation in the valley under the ruins in the valley of a core. And. And so he just looks and he thinks, you know, the traditional and accepted place of the valley of a core. And looks for ruins in that area or thinks about ruins in that area and come runner or famous and the most connected to the Dead Sea scrolls. So he just takes that first line as a preamble which everyone else had always taken that line as just referring to that. I a location, and so what the just right off the bat and instinctively what he did that was different that will affect the rest of his research for a decade is that he took it as a preamble like all of the next locations listed in the squirrel will be in the ruin which is in the value. Of course. So it's important that I gotta find that ruin and he just thought to himself. I'm going to see if the archaeological remains of Koran match the rest of the locations listed in. The copper scroll. And that's where it began. In other words, all of the treasure is right there income Ron where the scrolls were discovered. Exactly. Other people other scholars have thought, you know, with passing reference only John allegro, actually. You know, really nailed down a couple of locations that he identified with Kumaon in the copper school certainly other scholars have thought there seems to be matches here because because the proximity. You know, the coverage is just found steps away from combined. It's associated with all of the other Dead Sea scrolls authors and owners of the Doug teeth grows where the SEM who lived at home run. And so I mean, it doesn't it's it's kind of a flash of the obvious in some ways. So really what Jim Barfield was doing that was unique and new with getting a method and a rhyme and a reason to. How does come on match the copper scroll? Exactly. And is it possible that all sixty of the location are actually income Ron and buried underneath Ryan, or at least on the edges around comb run because because the copper scroll never takes you anywhere else after it says in the ruined which is in the valley. Of course, all of that all of the identification are very specific. After that, you know after that, we're just talking about dry, cisterns and wells and ritual immersion pool. And so it never really indicates that you do need to go somewhere else the very next line. And this is one of my favorites. Just right off the bat, but the copper scroll begins it says pass under the steps leading to the east forty cubits. And so it was pretty easy for Jim Barfield to look at an aerial map and say are there steps facing east and? Koran and so he just orients his map for the cardinal directions of the compass, and he sees that there are steps heading east. And then he wonders what how can I find out if those eastward facing stairs or forty cubits long? And it turns out that there had just been in archaeological report that was published at an excavation was ten years long. And they and they included in that report the links of the stairs. And it was exactly exactly forty Cuba. And and so he just he goes from there just matching it up one at a time. And sometimes they're very very specific like, and obviously that report it didn't say. Us keep it measurements. And the report that use meters. But you know, once he converted it to. To forty to the Cuban system than it was exactly forty. So a retired firefighter breaks the code and discovers. The location perhaps of this vast treasure of that is encoded in the copper scroll. We'll come back more of my conversation with Shelly needs, the copper, scroll project, the Beatles. Taking his into the break with while my guitar weeps right here on coast to coast AM..

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Data breach disrupts concert ticketing service Ticketfly

NPR News Now

04:57 min | 4 years ago

Data breach disrupts concert ticketing service Ticketfly

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk a leaked memo from President. Trump's attorneys obtained by the New York Times, argues Trump cannot be found guilty of obstruction or be subpoenaed the speak, the special counsel, Robert Muller. The president's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani confirmed the contents of the letter to ABC's this week. Claiming Trump can't be prosecuted in Muller's probe for everyone of these things he did. We can write out five reasons why you did it for them. Completely innocent. And one of them is your assumption that it's a guilty motive, which the president would deny. He can't possibly prostate or recommend. Impeachment Giuliani also said Trump has no intention of pardoning himself, but that doesn't mean he can't seniors. Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida. Graduated on Sunday NPR's. Greg Allen reports. Diplomas were presented to the families of four seniors killed in the February shooting. And there was a surprise guest speaker arteries. NBC tonight show host, Jimmy Fallon told the students. You're not just a future, you're the president, keep changing the world. He said he met many of them at the March for our lives, rally in Washington in March, several hundred Marjory stoneman Douglas seniors. Their families and friends attended the ceremony at an arena in sunrise, Florida often used for hockey games. The school district said, the ceremony was closed in the media because students ask that it'd be kept private afterwards. Those attending said it was a celebration, but Sambre the families of four seniors killed in the February shooting. We're given standing ovations when they received the diplomates, the mother of slain student walking, Oliver war shirt. That said, this should be my son, Greg Allen NPR news, sunrise, Florida. As in Guatemala, say at least seven people have died. Dozens of an injured and thousands forced from their homes after the eruption of one of the region's most active volcanoes NPR's Carrie Kahn reports. The eruption sent a towering plume of ashen molten rock into the air with smoke smoking Nash covering village. Around the volcano located in the south central region of the country according to officials with Guatemala's disaster agency, four people died when lava from the volcano set their house on fire to others, reportedly burned to death. Watching the volcano erupt from bridge. This is the fire volcano. Second eruption this year ashes covering large areas, including the tourist town of Antigua roads are closed in the region, and shelters have been opened for thousands of evacuees in all more than one point, seven million people have been impacted Guatemala's international airport had to close due to the ash, which poses a danger to planes Carrie Kahn NPR news from study looking at the treatment of breast cancer concludes that most women with the most common form of early stage breast cancer can safely skip chemotherapy without hurting their chances of beating the disease. The results using genetic testing are expected to spare up to seventy thousand patients at year in the United States, the ordeal and expense of chemotherapy drugs. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. Colorado officials, say the state will be the first in the nation to test what's being called smart pavement on a stretch of highway this year as Allie Bugner of member station KRCC reports. One goal is to improve highway safety. The Colorado department of transportation will install a half mile of high-tech pavement on a mountainous stretch of highway near Denver. The concrete will have sensors and fiber optics embedded in it that can be programmed to collect data. Peter Kaczynski is running the nearly three million dollar pilot project concrete pavement panels, no, where vehicles tires are. So the pavement can let me know if somebody left the road on safely. The road can actually alert emergency responders of an accident because Inskeep says, this can be especially useful in rural or mountainous areas where roads are more isolated and driving conditions are often more dangerous for NPR news. I'm Elliot butner in Colorado Springs concert, ticketing service. Ticket flies as it system is back online after a data breach league users. Personal information and disrupted services at live music venues. The company says, stolen information included customers names addresses emails and phone numbers. It hasn't disclosed other details, but a website that tracks data breaches says the hack affected more than twenty six million accounts in game two of the NBA finals. There wasn't as much drama Sunday night, but Golden State beat Cleveland for a second time winning at one twenty two to one zero. Three. The warriors take two games to nothing advantage over the Cavaliers heading into game three Wednesday night. That game as well as gained four will be played in Cleveland. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for NPR and the following message come from Kumaon the Kumaon math and reading program is designed to help kids stand out in school and develop lifelong skills like focus and critical thinking Kumaon where smart kids get smarter, visit Kumaon dot com.

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Mcgrath, Sherry Lawson and Pulitzer Prize discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:16 min | 4 years ago

Mcgrath, Sherry Lawson and Pulitzer Prize discussed on NPR News Now

"Just tell people the truth i mean it's about time for that right mcgrath thanked everyone who supported her including her campaign team and her family she dedicated the night in the winter her dad who died six weeks ago she hopes kentucky will be part of the blue wave in two thousand eighteen for npr news i'm sherry lawson in richmond kentucky pulitzer prize winning author philip roth has died the writer of more than two dozen books was revered as satirist who is realist at the core his work such as counter life have been described as direct and fearless ralph's literary agent andrew wylie says the author pass away last night from congestive heart failure he was eighty five years old tens of thousands of please are bracing to go on strike starting june i possibly members of the culinary union voted to authorize a walkout to have their labor contract demands met if they strike that may affect thirty four casino resorts across las vegas this is npr support for npr in the following message come from kumaon the kumaon math and reading program is designed to help kids stand out in school and develop lifelong skills like focus and critical thinking kumaon where smart kids get smarter visit kumaon dot com.

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California, Perjury and David Turpin discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:00 min | 4 years ago

California, Perjury and David Turpin discussed on NPR News Now

"In california there is no legal distinction between private and home schools the eight new counts of perjury are on top of a raft of charges against david turpin and his wife those include twelve counts of torture and false imprisonment plus multiple counts of child abuse cruelty to a dependent adult and lewd acts and assault against a minor for npr news i'm benjamin per in riverside former president george hw bush is home from houston hospital following treatment for infection that spread to his blood he was admitted on april twenty second day after the funeral for his wife barbara family spokesman says the ninety three year old bush was released on friday i'm shay stevens npr news in washington support for npr in the following message come from kumaon the kuma math and reading program is designed to help kids stand out in school and develop lifelong skills like focus and critical thinking kumaon where smart kids get smarter visit kumaon dot com.

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