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Due Process Institute's Jason Pye and Doug Discuss the First Step Act
"Everybody, it's Doug Collins glad to have you back on the dog Collins podcast. You got a great friend coming back in today to be on the podcast Jason parr, due process institute. I've known him for many, many, many years that we go back from Georgia politics to D.C. politics everywhere in between. But I wanted to bring Jason back in to like a lot going on in the D.C. front and it's not just in legislation, but it's also in its election cycle. You probably will realize that watch list of this podcast Washington podcast went on. Election cycles tend to make politicians do sort of different things. And it's a lot of pressure going on. And I'm not criticizing that. I've been a part of and a lot of part of it. You have to sort of find what works is a guy who's worked with my campaigns consulted for me forever. Chip Lake says, he says elections can be about everything you want them to be. But at the end of the day, the voters have a say in what actually goes on. And that's true. But one of the areas that is so important that I wanted to bring Jason back in because I do a lot of work off podcast with this issue and that's criminal justice and criminal justice reform and Jason has been at the heart of that for a while. I work with the folks at justice action network. You've got a lot of groups out there that do this kind of work. But we're seeing some progress we're seeing some steps back and then what I want to talk to Jason about today is this idea that I saw a Republicans moving forward in what should be a really conservative issue combined with and they seem to be taking some steps back. So Jason Powell, welcome back to the dot com. Thanks for having me. It's good to see you as always. And that's a good time. I was going to say everything you're talking about in terms of criminal justice there are things that Republicans should be running on should be proudly proclaiming and your work on the first step act in Congress. You should wear as a badge of honor. And unfortunately, Republicans are going towards this tough on crime rhetoric that was so prevalent in the 1980s and 1990s. It's frustrating. Well, it is. And I think that's the part now. I wrote an op-ed a couple of weeks ago. We put it out and it was really hitting at that, you know, the whole idea
No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold
"Scuba scuba scuba scuba divers divers divers divers have have have have completed completed completed completed an an an an unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented year year year year long long long long effort effort effort effort to to to to remove remove remove remove litter litter litter litter from from from from the the the the shores shores shores shores and and and and waters waters waters waters of of of of Lake Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a closer closer closer closer look look look look bring bring bring by by by snow snow snow capped capped capped mountains mountains mountains Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe has has has seventy seventy seventy two two two miles miles miles of of of shoreline shoreline shoreline Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe fund fund fund CEO CEO CEO Amy Amy Amy berry berry berry says says says it's it's it's hard hard hard to to to find find find a a a place place place is is is gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous the the the size size size of of of it it it the the the clarity clarity clarity I I I mean mean mean the the the blue blue blue of of of Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe but but but as as as with with with many many many bodies bodies bodies of of of water water water it's it's it's had had had a a a trash trash trash problem problem problem Dr Dr Dr calling calling calling west west west founded founded founded clean clean clean up up up the the the lake lake lake to to to tackle tackle tackle to to to fight fight fight back back back against against against plastic plastic plastic and and and all all all forms forms forms of of of pollution pollution pollution both both both above above above and and and below below below the the the surface surface surface Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe blue blue blue vodka vodka vodka CEO CEO CEO Matt Matt Matt Levitt Levitt Levitt both both both helped helped helped fund fund fund the the the effort effort effort and and and took took took part part part we we we polled polled polled twenty twenty twenty five five five thousand thousand thousand pounds pounds pounds of of of trash trash trash and and and debris debris debris out out out of of of the the the lake lake lake he he he calls calls calls that that that game game game changing changing changing a a a relatively relatively relatively few few few people people people made made made this this this giant giant giant impact impact impact I I I mean mean mean we've we've we've undone undone undone forty forty forty or or or fifty fifty fifty years years years the the the few few few men men men impact impact impact on on on Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe in in in one one one year year year west west west says says says the the the effort effort effort will will will expand expand expand to to to other other other lakes lakes lakes in in in the the the Sierra Sierra Sierra Nevadas Nevadas Nevadas this this this summer summer summer your your your neighbors neighbors neighbors down down down in in in mammoth mammoth mammoth lakes lakes lakes go go go say say say hello hello hello down down down south south south and and and I I I clean clean clean up up up if if if you you you like like like I'm I'm I'm Brian Brian Brian Tong Tong Tong
Kari Lake: Arizona Governor Race Is the Most Important 2022 Election
"Well and Arizona is I think the most important Arizona governor's race is the most important election in 2022 for the entire country And here's why We only have two border states left in Republican governor's hands And even I don't think they're doing enough to secure our border But if we lose a border state to a socialist Democrat like the one I'll be running against in November Katie Hobbs she's just like Gavin Newsom I think we lose our country We can't afford to have this border crisis continuing Right now we have a Republican governor He's kind of piece mealing his attack and trying to secure the border not doing much We need a serious Bohr plan I have it and I'm going to implement it on day one starting with declaring an invasion on our border And then getting our National Guard or Arizona National Guard armed into the border to stop people from coming over finishing Trump's wall And we're going to blow up these drug tunnels and shoot down the cartel drones I can't believe we've been allowing this to go on as long as we have And we have the right to do this by the way Dan in the
Kari Lake: Arizona Is a Red State, Trump Country
"You're in a really important state A state that was once a reliably red state that rather tragically has kind of turned the shade of purple and some would argue almost blue I mean there are two democratic senators You're running for governor of course But it is a critical state that could determine a presidential election in the very near future What's going on in Arizona that we just lose touch the Republican Party over there No I disagree with you We are a red state I mean we had a very corrupt election And we both saw 2000 mules and we saw just one way Arizona is a red state It's Trump country I don't believe for one second or blue A lot of the people moving in from California are political refugees escaping that zombie apocalypse known as California And so they're coming here for the freedom that we have I think Trump won this election and we are seeing through our forensic audit We're seeing through 2000 mules how they traffic ballots that this election was just dirty and rotten to the core So it's easy to say wow we've turned purple and blue when we just had a nightmare election that was not honest And that's why one of my main issues is restoring faith in our elections and making sure that we get rid of all those loopholes where they can cheat because it was kind of death by a thousand paper cuts how they cheated to feel this election
Dinesh Is Thrilled and Humbled by the Success of '2000 Mules'
"Guys, I am so thrilled and, well, a little humbled at the incredible success of this movie, 2000 mules. The traction under it is literally unbelievable. In fact, there are many people who are little worried when the movie first came out because they thought, wow, with all this fighting in the Ukraine, it's going to absolutely turn public attention away and no one's going to pay attention to the new film. But no, the film began to kind of gather strength. And then, of course, the massive leak, the big news, and it is huge news that roe versus wade is going to be overturned, and in fact, Mike lindell was telling me at the Mar-a-Lago premiere that he was with Kerry Lake, who's running for governor in Arizona. They were at a screening of the movie, and he said, as we finish the screening, we'll just about to take a couple of questions from the audience and he goes someone ran up and said roe versus wade is going to be overturned. And Mike said exciting though that news was and everybody burst into applause, it sort of took the oxygen out of the immediate topic in front, namely the movie, and Mike was like, I thought that the movie was like dead in the water at that point, in other words, it had just been in a sense overrun by this huge snowball that just sort of came out, and there were some people even thought that the leak was motivated by distracting public attention from the movie. But in any case, I had confidence at the time I'm like, you know what? I think that the movie has because the issue is so overwhelmingly important. In fact, it's been on our minds since November of 2020. It hasn't gone away. And so this not like people are going to be that easily
Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas
"People people people people in in in in Las Las Las Las Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas are are are are certain certain certain certain more more more more bodies bodies bodies bodies will will will will be be be be found found found found as as as as the the the the waters waters waters waters of of of of lake lake lake lake Mead Mead Mead Mead continued continued continued continued to to to to fall fall fall fall amid amid amid amid an an an an historic historic historic historic drought drought drought drought the the the the lake lake lake lake Mead Mead Mead Mead reservoir reservoir reservoir reservoir fed fed fed fed by by by by the the the the Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado River River River River has has has has dropped dropped dropped dropped more more more more than than than than one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred seventy seventy seventy seventy feet feet feet feet since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty three three three three some some some some seventy seventy seventy seventy percent percent percent percent of of of of capacity capacity capacity capacity gone gone gone gone the the the the drop drop drop drop exposing exposing exposing exposing one one one one Las Las Las Las Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas drinking drinking drinking drinking water water water water intake intake intake intake forcing forcing forcing forcing a a a a switch switch switch switch to to to to a a a a deeply deeply deeply deeply can can can can take take take take to to to to continue continue continue continue to to to to supply supply supply supply casinos casinos casinos casinos suburbs suburbs suburbs suburbs two two two two point point point point four four four four million million million million residents residents residents residents and and and and forty forty forty forty million million million million tourists tourists tourists tourists per per per per year year year year a a a a decomposed decomposed decomposed decomposed body body body body in in in in a a a a barrel barrel barrel barrel was was was was spotted spotted spotted spotted by by by by boaters boaters boaters boaters the the the the man man man man had had had had been been been been shot shot shot shot his his his his shoes shoes shoes shoes put put put put the the the the killing killing killing killing between between between between the the the the mid mid mid mid nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen seventies seventies seventies seventies and and and and early early early early nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighties eighties eighties eighties more more more more remains remains remains remains were were were were found found found found this this this this past past past past weekend weekend weekend weekend university university university university of of of of Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Las Las Las Las Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas history history history history professor professor professor professor Michael Michael Michael Michael green green green green is is is is fairly fairly fairly fairly certain certain certain certain additional additional additional additional remains remains remains remains will will will will show show show show up up up up however however however however green green green green says says says says people people people people should should should should be be be be more more more more focused focused focused focused on on on on the the the the so so so so called called called called bathtub bathtub bathtub bathtub ring ring ring ring now now now now high high high high up up up up on on on on the the the the walls walls walls walls of of of of the the the the lake lake lake lake where where where where the the the the water water water water level level level level once once once once stood stood stood stood I'm I'm I'm I'm Tim Tim Tim Tim McGuire McGuire McGuire McGuire
Ohio Voters Focused on Energy Policies
"What is the sleeper issue? Is it fracking? Is it agriculture? Is it the water of Lake Erie that the other states want? What is the sleeper issue that national people like me who don't get back to the Buckeye state often enough are talking about? You know, more and more I'm hearing about energy. I was with a group of people last night, Ohio is a huge manufacturing state. People are starting to really recognize that our energy policies are not only failing us economically, but failing us in a national security standpoint. Ohioans, we've had over 80,000 Ukrainians here. They recognize that. Joe Biden's policies to make us energy policies that are attacking our oil and gas industry. We have over 250,000 jobs here in Ohio related to the oil and gas industry. So people are waking up to our energy policies that the Democrats have failed us on.
Mike Gallagher's Family & Friends Send Birthday Wishes
"I'm gonna get emotional here. My son Trevor, who's been through so much, he was the one in the auto accident. He's a 5th grade teacher. He teaches special Ed to 5th grade kids at a great charter school in Texas. Very, very unique calling and he feels and that goes back to our pasture for many years ago, pastor John mckellar at white's chapel Methodist Church in south Lake Texas, years ago, suggested to Trevor that he should be a teacher as Trevor began that path for kids who have special needs. And that's what Trevor does. And today, again, I'm going to get emotional. He sent me a video clip with a couple of his young charges, his young students wishing mister Gallagher, a happy birthday. And that came after a little video clip of Trevor and my granddaughter, lily, sending pop ups, happy birthday wishes. If you'd
"lake and" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Of chances to give procreating a go. You know, a species like this is both dainty and hardy at the same time. If you can beat dainty and Harvey at the same time. But we'll lesser flamingos are both dainty and hearty and adapted to incredibly difficult. Circumstances. They still face challenges. Lesser flamingos are classified as near threatened. Mainly, because they're breeding is pretty concentrated in this one spot. Lake natron. So threats to leg natron could mean threats to the future of the lesser flamingo. And the thing is, the same minerals that make the waters of Lake natron so harsh and inhospitable, they're also valuable to humans. In the early 2000s, there was a proposal to build a soda ash factory in the area. Soda ash is used in glass manufacturing and household detergents. After a massive local outcry and a conservation campaign, the project was eventually spiked. Today, there's another resource at Lake natron that's in high demand. The wind. Mark says that the Lake's location in East Africa's great rift valley makes it a prime spot for future wind farms. And wind turbines could spell trouble for the birds flying through. One of the challenges with lesser flamingo is that they only move at night, so they're flying at night. And they have evolved to fly through the sky without looking forward thinking, what am I going to crash into is there a wind farm? So in the wrong place of when farm could have quite a significant impact, there's some interesting technology out there in terms of having radars so they can see large blocks of burden. They just slow the wind farms down or turn them off. Birds go through. They start up again. So there's ways to balance this out. Ultimately though, mark is pretty hopeful. Both that people can come up with solutions to these problems..
"lake and" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
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If you visit Lake natron you might think for a second that you would somehow accidentally made it to the surface of Mars. Because this Lake does not look like your typical Lake. During the dry season, Lake neutrons water is red. Bright, bright, red. In Lake natron is also next to an active volcano, and it's fed by an underground hot spring, which means that the Lake is filled with this molten mixture of minerals. Things like sodium carbonate or soda ash. And if you think back to your high school chemistry class, you know, things like acids and bases. Well, this Lake is very, very alkaline. Its PH level is similar to ammonias. So it can burn the skin and eyeballs of any animal that isn't adapted to it. And this is how the Lake gets its unusual color, too. From a floating algae called spirulina that blooms in Lake natron, potent briny, minerally grill. That's when you get this red Sheen on the Lake, which is sometimes a year incredibly spectacular. This is Mark baker. He's a conservationist in Tanzania, and he says, in your travels around Lake natron, you may also come across these skeletons that have washed up on shore. They are striking. The skeletons are covered with a chalky white substance. It almost looks like they've been turned into stone. There's always images of birds or animals being white and crystallized. That's not happening because they walk in there and it's like something out of the line and the witch in the wardrobe and they just sort of freeze in motion. That does not happen. Instead, the water serves very, very, very flat and it's like a mirror. And what happens is that a lot of different species of birds, including raptors, so Birds of Prey, fast flying swifts, will lose the horizon and they just hit the Lake speed one more thing. The waters of Lake natron can also get very hot. Your average hot tub is about a 100°. Lake natron gets to be about a 140°. So yeah, this bright red piping hot skin burning brine filled Lake. It can be pretty dangerous. For animals and for people to. But there is an animal that doesn't fear like natron. In fact, they thrive on it. The toughest roughest, most apocalypse ready creature on the planet. This is the moment you've been waiting for. Welcome to the stage. The flamingos. The sun comes up and you get this really beautiful light across this Lake and the flamingos have been flying with the rift valley as the backdrop. So it's just one of those spectacular scenes in nature that makes you stop and go, wow. Lake natron is a Paradise for flamingos. In fact, three quarters of all lesser flamingos on the planet nest there. And when we say lesser flamingos, it is not a judgment. Lesser flamingoes are just a species of flamingo found throughout Africa and India and lesser refers to their smaller size. But what they lack in size, they make up for in color and toughness. They are considerably smaller and pinker than the greater flamingo. Looking much more like the Caribbean flamingo, I believe you probably have in southern U.S.. Lovely, deep pink eye, very, very rare, the young are little and fluffy and gray and I'm trying not to put a cute voice on because that would just be inappropriate. They're brilliant pink color comes from the Lake too. These flamingos feed on spirulina. That same floating algae that gives the Lake its red color. But there's another reason why flamingos come to Lake natron delay their eggs. The fact that it is so harsh and so dangerous. Means that there aren't many predators around to threaten them when they nest. And that's good because their breeding cycle is complicated. During the dry season, at Lake natron, the waters recede, and it leaves the mud at the bottom exposed. And that's when the flamingos move in. They take the mud, and they shape it into mounds, or cones, just about a foot tall. And they is not really an easy thing to dig. I know because I've tried to dig it, I try to make a cone with my hands. And it's really not an easy thing to do. It was hot, gooey, thick, highly gross mud. They make these mud cones, and they lay their eggs on top. And in about 30 days, these young little fluffy gray things pop out of this egg and they sit on the top of this mud cone. They can't go down onto the mud because they would die it's too hot. Just this little rise is enough to create a difference in temperature. Then, when the baby flamingos are finally old enough, they make a beeline for the freshwater wetlands along the Lake's edge. So they form these crashes, these big groups of hundreds and hundreds of little gray flamingos, and then they go for it to the edge to get fresh water because they have to wash this soda off their feathers. In other words, if you are a flamingo, Lake natron has it all. You got a safe place to lay your eggs since predators can't handle the Lake's toxic waters. There's lots of mud. There's freshwater access. There is spirulina. It turns you bright and beautiful pink. There are just not many spots on earth that can tick all of those boxes. There's still a lot of things that can go wrong here. If the ground is too dry, the flamingos can't build their mud nests. If the water levels rise too high, the chicks can drown. So not every breeding cycle is successful. But every 7 years or so, they hit the jackpot. At times like these, Mark estimates that they can increase their population by about a third. And luckily, while the flamingos can live for 50 years, so they have a lot.
"lake and" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Let me start by saying something. On this show, we love a mysterious Lake. In episode two O one, we took you to Lake karachay in Russia. This top secret dumping ground for nuclear waste. In episode 155, we visited Lake nyos in Cameroon, the site of this tragic Lake explosion. An accident that triggered a scientific detective mission. And today, you guessed it. We are going to another strange and unusual Lake. This Lake is in Tanzania. And it spreads across this vast picturesque valley. It's nestled next to an active volcano, and yes, this one also has a hint of danger. The first ornithologist who tried to walk out there almost died. And I've walked out into the Lake with a friend who got really bad welts and burns on his skin. But here is an amazing thing about this Lake. The Lake, which can leave welts and burns on human skin. Turns out to be a kind of Paradise for another animal. And we're not talking about crocodiles or some other ultra tough reptile. No. For these animals, think less Teenage Mutant Ninja turtle. And more law and ornament. That's right. We're talking flamingos..
There's a Huge Update on This BioLab Story...
"So the story emerged a few weeks ago and there was a chronology to it Bio labs in Ukraine story starts to pop First of course like every good left this they said well anyone talking to access anything Compared to so once they say conspiracy theory I'm like oh my gosh something's definitely there Maybe a conspiracy but it's not a theory if the left says so So I'm like let me start looking into this So I do some homework turns out the stories in fact accurate that there are bio labs in Ukraine Then I'm told that if you dare ask the question about these bio labs potentially producing dangerous materials and even worse my gosh bioweapons if you ask that you will definitely be called a conspiracy theorist which said to me now's the time to double down and ask even more questions about this So the national pulse Natalie winners and Raheem kassam turns out they did a little digging about this Probably did the digging for the same reasons I do digging on stories because when the left freaks out again you can almost be guaranteed the story's true So first on one specific angle Jim queue up for me cut 6 I was wondering why the Biden administration first was so eager to make the story about bio the bio labs existence at all in Ukraine go away Forget the hunter angle for a second I'm going to get to that in a second That's obviously critical But I was like what's the problem Well it turns out Tucker Carlson did some digging too Spoke to some sources And as it turns out there are bio labs and bioweapons facilities around the world And one of the reasons your taxpayer dollars are funding some of it is because of this Jim play cut 6 Why exactly are we paying for bio labs in Ukraine of all places How long has this been going on And what's the purpose of it So he started poking around to find out We did We just spoke to someone who knows the answer to this question someone with direct firsthand knowledge of this topic It turns out that our government has for some time funded biolabs in Ukraine that do among other things research on yes biological weapons This is not a conspiracy theory It's true So why is the U.S. government doing this In Ukraine the answer because no one wants to do bioweapons research in this country It's too dangerous and it's too unpopular For decades the U.S. government worked on bioweapons at places like fort Dietrich and suburban Maryland or underground at the army's dugway proving ground outside Salt Lake City But after a series of accidents and controversies the government decided to move bioweapons research offshore Ukraine among other countries was a perfect place to relocate Because Ukraine is not a democracy the Ukrainian government can host all the bioweapons research at once There's nothing ordinary Ukrainians can do about
Big new California reservoir on track for large federal loan
"A long delayed plan to build a giant lake in northern California it's getting a big boost from the federal government I'm Ben Thomas with the latest the plan is for the reservoir to hold enough water to supply about three million households for a year nearly twice the size of the most recent reservoir built in California so much smaller than some of the state's better known lakes project aims to help the region withstand the west's notorious droughts environmental protection agency says it intends to loan the project nearly two point two billion dollars about half its total cost the project still must clear regulatory steps including an environmental review that's where it's likely to face strong opposition from environmental groups say the project will divert too much water from the Sacramento River reservoir would flood what's left of the town of science which now has just a handful of residents it's nestled in a valley of the coastal range mountains in rural Colusa county I'm Ben Thomas
Russian Pundits Demand Alaska and California as 'Reparations'
"I just got to say, everything feels like we're on the brink of destruction. Russia now calling, as I said, for reparations, these pundits over it. Their state media somehow think that the answer is to give Russia Alaska and California and that's a result of the west economic sanctions. You know what I'm going to tell you. This means that the sanctions are working. You know, there are actually hurting. This guy in particular Kremlin host is all upset because he says he's losing his villas on Lake como. He's actually not losing them per se. In fact, I don't think he's been individually sanctioned. I could be wrong on that. But he's not actually losing them. One just knows that they're effectively if he's been sanctioned, freezing those assets, right? I don't know as he's been individually sanctioned. But this is all just, you know, this is rhetoric, right? It's a war of words. And it can escalate into a really dangerous place. So I caution against that, but I would, I would also say that it may be proof that Russia is in so far over its head. As I said, Russia has jumped the shark on this one. There's no easy off ramp for Vladimir Putin because the war world is now shunning him. He is risking becoming the sort of North Korean like figure of Europe.
Antetokounmpo, Bucks rally past Jazz for 117-111 victory
"The box one for the seventh time in eight tries when they held off the jazz one seventeen one eleven Yanis Antetokounmpo led the way with a game high thirty points to go with fifteen rebounds Milwaukee coach Mike Budenholzer this is a tough place to play you know we probably will coach they shoot the three ball just it's it's really hard to guard so it's a good win for us on the road for the defending champs this broke a nineteen game losing streak in Salt Lake City dating back to October of two thousand one Utah was down one eleven one oh nine with a minute to go but Donovan Mitchell missed a lay up that could have tied the game and the walkie hung on the jazz lost for the fourth time in their last ten games I'm Bruce Morton
Wintry weather disrupts travel across the heartland
"Icy weather in the south has led to treacherous driving in hundreds of flight cancellations freezing rain and drizzle is disrupting travel from central Texas to the Great Lakes roadways glazed with ice causing hundreds of accidents FlightAware dot com is reporting some two thousand airline flights today had already been canceled about half of them out of Dallas fort worth airport which is American Airlines largest hub from the icing in the self to a forecast of heavy snow for upstate New York and parts of New England tomorrow a winter whiplash because Wednesday's temperatures were spring like up into the sixties and then a plunge of some forty degrees back down below freezing hi Jackie Quinn
"lake and" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"When the fish and Lake Karachi south of the Ural Mountains in Russia went blind. Not everyone stopped eating them. It was only a game. Angela peltzer is a writer. She's reading here from a story she wrote, called the boys of Cara che Lake. The boys, bored on a hot summer day, would wander down to the Lake through the forest and pull off shirts and pants and splash into the murkiness, jump on one another's backs and spit Lake water into the air from their sunburnt lips. He was always warmer and Karachi than any other Lake. Angela's story is a slow unfolding of the nuclear disaster at the nearby plant. How it seeps into the Lake and the lives of the people who live nearby. She was inspired to write about it after reading an article. But a man who lived in the Ural Mountains, and while reading about the man, she discovered the Lake. The story became about these imaginary boys, and their imaginary lives near this very real Lake. When they had cooled off, they stood with their toes shoved into the silty bottom, knees bent, eyes flickering over the surface, hands hovering. The fish came to nibble at their calves and ankles, and even blind they could turn and slick away from the boys diving hands as fast as light winking off glass. Angela's story was published in 2011, but she says that every now and then, reader still contact her, asking about the boys of Cara cha Lake. They want to know which parts of the story are fact, and which parts are fiction. We're Angela drew the line. It's interesting to me to see people thinking through what do we do with this mashup of mythology and truth and when we can't tell where those borders are, where do we end up? Then mash up of myth and truth. Is exactly what makes a place like Lake karachay so compelling. Because we still know so little about it. Becomes a vessel for our imagination. For musicians, that vessel may morph into a metal concept album. For Angela, became her story. The space to test out, ideas, emotions, curiosity, and to try and understand a barely understandable world. Just a tiny bit more. I mean, I guess that's what we're always looking for, right? Something to sort of shake us away and see things differently or understand the world's differently. But then part of it is just a mystery, right? Like if you understood.
"lake and" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"More, after this. The list of things I can't tell you about Lake karachay is much longer. I don't know how to get there. I don't know if any animals live nearby. I don't know if there's a smell to the Lake. I don't know if the sun shines directly on it, or it dapples through tree cover. I don't know why.
Utah father charged after allegedly instructing his 4-year-old to shoot at police
"A police official in Salt Lake City is calling it a sad day when a child was apparently told to fire a weapon at police officers the incident occurred outside a McDonald's drive thru in Midvale Utah near Salt Lake City during a dispute over a fast food order police say the man had waved a gun at the pick up window demanding is order be corrected and workers called police the father had to be dragged out of the car a witness says he told the four year old boy in the backseat to shoot the gun an officer was able to smack away the weapon and yelled out kid so that the other officers knew not to shoot there was also a three year old inside the car Salt Lake County sheriff Rosie Rivera says it's a sad day for law enforcement and the community when an adult thinks it's okay to encourage a four year old to shoot at police hi Jackie
Mike Eruzione Details the Mindset, Conditioning Leading to the Miracle on Ice
"Mike what do you think it was I mean in that particular game Her Brooks God rest his soul was a great coach himself who coached our team Do you think it was the conditioning Do you think that tea can off the coach of the Soviet Union just wasn't ready You think he just kind of left you guys off and you know I watched the special about this from the Russian side the Soviet perspective and I think that the way they handled you guys at Madison Square Garden in the exhibition Mike actually hurt them because they came in just not taking you guys seriously You were on the ice no one knows better than you Yeah I don't know I'm not in the locker room I don't know what their mindset was I'm sure they were probably pretty confident I mean they were averaging I think 8 goals a game during the Olympics So nobody was really giving them a game But I think we kind of surprised them a little we were much better let's put it this way We were much better team the second time than the first time And I think some part of the reason in the first time we were losing 6 to nothing after the first period And then I think we were kind of saying look okay guys Let's play I think we stood around and watched and I also think that last game in Madison Square Garden a lot of players had one foot in the locker room in New York and one in Lake placid because that was the last game of 6 months and I think we were kind of just couldn't wait to get the game over and let's go to Lake placid and let the real game start But having said all that as well I mean we played pretty well We played outstanding in the first period when we didn't come out as shoppers We should have And then we played pretty even with them the rest of the way And we scored four of those They only scored three Now remember they were averaging 7 or 8 a game If they scored four we weren't score in 5 So the game went exactly I guess as it had to go for us and conditioning you mentioned somebody told me Robbie mcclanahan one of my teammates told me this last summer In the third period of the Olympic Games we outscored our opponent 17th to three That's an incredible number That's an incredible number
ESPN to have all-woman crew for Warriors-Jazz game next week
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GOP now looks to censure Cheney and Kinzinger, not oust them
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Justin Trudeau Is Gaslighting Canadian Truckers
"Where does Justin Trudeau I actually think some anonymous Internet troll found Justin Trudeau. He's at some Lake house. You saw that? Because they were able to identify the type of shutters on his window. And then they put it up with some sort of Zillow listing or the Canadian equivalent of Zillow is Zillow international, they are Zillow's an international company. I actually go to Zillow at least once a week. I enjoy looking at real estate values be increasingly inflated with the deterioration of the dollar. I'd like knowing about all of that.
"lake and" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
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"lake and" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"In february two thousand and two athletes from seventy seven countries gathered in salt lake city. Utah for the nineteen. Th winter olympics during the opening ceremonies ice skaters carried flags honoring the previous eighteen host cities. The crowd applauded for locations. Like lake placid bjork seat. Maria switzerland oslo norway more but when the salt lake city flag entered the stadium. Spectators erupted into earthshaking cheers for many salt lake. City residents hosting the olympics was a lifelong dream. Thirty years in the making after decades of unsuccessful. Bids they'd finally earned the chance to host the winter games. City officials hoped this would catapult their city to global stardom turning it into a booming tourist destination as their flag triumphantly paraded through the crowd. It was not hard to be filled with a sense of hometown. Pride however. Tom welsh the man responsible for bringing the winter. Games to salt. Lake city was conspicuously absent. Instead of celebrating he was facing fifteen counts of fraud conspiracy and racketeering. The us government claimed welsh ranna sophisticated campaign of corruption spanning the globe. He'd spent hundreds of thousands of dollars bribing dozens of olympic officials just to bring the games to utah. It appeared that salt lake city didn't earn the olympics at all. They bought them.
"lake and" Discussed on Mythical Monsters
"Oscar sat on the dock sipping coffee from chipped mug while he stared across the peaceful bluewater. The son had yet to make its way over the mission mountains. It was picturesque almost worth getting up at this hour. Almost oskar was no early bird after the army. He vowed to never again get up before sunrise. It was the main appeal of his job at the bank but he wasn't going fishing for himself. He was doing this for his best friend. The roar of a model a rumbled behind him. Oscar smiled. He knew that sound that bought that car from his dad. When oscar and matt got back from the war it was ancient them and that was nearly a decade ago. Oskar chugged his coffee and gave himself a pep talk. Matt needs this so don't complain. He smiled and waved. As matt backed up the car and the twelve foot john boat he towed behind it down the ramp and the water that called out to oscar. Figured you'd be wearing your bank. Close today matt's blue eyes looked sharp and clear and he was already busting oscars chops like used to those. Were good signs. Oscar worried about matt. Who was a little unstable these days. Not that oscar blamed him matt had been laid off. His wife had left him but they weren't going to talk about the sad stuff today. Today was about fishing. one thing. The two friends could still agree on after all these years or at least it was one thing matt loved that oscar could tolerate. Oscar hated hiking and hunting to him. It wasn't too different than being in the army. So fishing it was. He hadn't been on the lake years and he prayed for still waters matt hopped out of the truck and wrapped oscar in a bear. Hug you ready to catch the flathead lake monster. I saw it last week. Oscar i swear. Oscar chuckled matt. Had to make everything an adventure.
"lake and" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"The children of lake knowing or unknown. If we're in memory we you full of mine for my finally. Our voice has been cura. I'm sharon break. Kelly and is leoni mcenroe. She is one of the children of lake alice. Who has told his story at the royal commission until abuse in care more than forty years. After the unit closed they are stories of abuse electric shock treatment and painful drugs and a warning. Some details may upset listeners. Just note my inglewood's more mo- volun-. I hated cry cry but because the math god well and he turns it back on the game and it goes on or whatever to knocked out. That's when it stops but it's just like being hit by speech amount. I say to the commission plastic charles. Brian but voltage child up just about break cubans and expecting their all. Have a normal on pump the woods. It's not gonna happen. He could see black. Zigzag is going through your heat. Same as seeking in the dude runs soon excruciating pain. He just want complaints about the treatment of more than three hundred. Young people in the child and adolescent unit of the psychiatric hospital near fung annoy emerged in the nineteen seventies when it was still open and winton for decades but no one was held to account to police was to apologize to like l. survivors for these filings. State failed them during time at lake. Callous and failing to predict the from what can only be described as torture at the hands of dr selwyn. Leaks and other like ellis stuff. If it was today there is no way. Dr lakes would be practicing. Job is to protect the public. We're not there to protect doctors today on the detail. I talked to ariz. Inside reporter andrew. Mccrae he has been at every day of the hearings every morning. There's a cut akia team karakia. Please stay for the opening prayer and song and a water. Which i think. Just.
"lake and" Discussed on Never Surrender
"At the at the sundance film festival you know. And i was just like oh man. I can't wait. I i think i know the one that i would vote for. You know they're talking about it and saying it's about this woman who takes on this You know sort of gendered world and just like oh man. I like those dessel somewhere to. i'd just had. And then they announced in a world lake lake belfer in a world. I just i. I just i mean awards schwartz right but like it was being recognized In really in the coolest of indie way could possibly you know recognize. And i think i was very I was so florida. And i remember getting up and being like shut because obviously i didn't prepare anything And i was like for a for a movie that is holy about words and voice. I find myself speechless. You know so. That worked out. But i think i you know it was it was. It was really beautiful and then it made it really hard for your second film. Because you're like you're not gonna you're gonna get. I felt like i knew making whatever i made. I felt like i was gonna get lacerated. Because i was it was just two golden and i did i got. I got pretty. I got pretty slapped on my second film. That that sucks. But i also had dealt with. It paled in comparison to the real dealing with. Which was i almost lost my son so it. So i did in fucking matter How is your house or son. He's great now..
"lake and" Discussed on Never Surrender
"I looked great. They're not going to myself. But i think what was funny about is that i got hired as like It was shitty Modeling agency that just did promotional stuff. So i did a couple of magazine things but mainly my main gag which some girl told me about from school. She was like yeah. You could do this thing. It's called promotional girls. Like what's that and she's like you just was like. Oh it's really easy. We gotta do is just kind of like dress up and stupid outfits and then point people in the right direction of the bathroom. Whoever i was like okay great. That's easy so i would go to you. Know pro events and you just stand there like a dim like doofus in like a dumb outfit and people about through you know and i was like pitching and dime. I remember it would be the lou right. Yes yeah. It was articles Yeah Better they they. Yeah i remember one time being like Dressed up as a like a like a like a raunchy robot at one point it was like a whole robot theme and i was kinda like i can't tell if this is demeaning or awesome like like i. I'm really in the middle on this. You know but Yeah it was. I was at the rugby world cup once in a tent in vip ten. And i was like that's kind of cool. I remember it was like there is a video. They had to announce a raffle. And they're like okay. So we're going to announce the raffle you know like some like really. Stodgy random thing and You know i was supposed to be girl dancing or sort of just looking nice. I wasn't dancing. Actually i i was got paid more But no i was just sitting there kind of showing people where the the fucking buffet was. And the whatever and she had this mike in this woman's voice was just tear. It was just like driving me crazy. And i was. You know. i'm a drama schools student. And i was like. Hey i just asked my manager. I was like i know. I'm just like a random person here but can i do the raffle announcement. I am american. it's kind of fun. Could do an announcer voice. And it's just damned is thrown out there And sure they let me do. And i was like ladies and gentlemen you know. And they're like what the fuck and now we will announce the raffle winner which is four seven two. You know it's like it was just like fun little like that. You know i would always try to or myself in i mean i was an unaccompanied minor for many years on delta this delta flight because i would always see my dad every other weekend i convinced the ladies who got to know very well on this flight to for me to do the the announcement. Yeah that was like my first really. Yeah it was like thirteen. Yeah say they.
"lake and" Discussed on Never Surrender
"And at the time was like you know she was like you got go back to drama school. You can't stay here for for this one moment. I didn't get the job. Of course. But i was just like you know she was like you need to but i remember thinking like oh my god. I'm in a goto to drama school and during all of my hot ears. I remember someone like song. Roka's all nine thousand nine hundred. That i was just gonna be there studying theater while other bitches are over there doing it. Sounds like a very childish. Various sort of like you know silly way to look at it. And i knew i had been writing since i was a kid man like i i had stories in and imaginary worlds and characterizations and like scenes and things that i had in my head since i was little you know that i have journals of and i knew i wanted to do that but i just felt a massive poll to an actor initial like it just like i wanted to be immersed in those worlds. I wanted to be fish out of what i went to learn all those things and pretend to exist in those other spaces for real. I needed to to to feel that but Saddam school was very satisfying in that respect. I'm so glad i went back. I'm glad that. I got to kind of express it the way that said when i came out of drama school and came to la. It was like the it was just a war. It just culturally was such a shock Going from i remember at trump school. They teach you how they prepare..
"lake and" Discussed on Never Surrender
"Pratt everybody get ready for this thing. I was like drink. A glass of whatever was going on because there's always like my parents would have friends over so like that. And i think the late late show was really born from the not having to i did not want to deal with the darkness and the like bore of trying to go to sleep. Oh i get yeah to. Your dad is jewish. My dad's a jew bombs protestant shiva's exactly the same as me. My dad was jewish. My mama's protestant well. My mom was raised is product. Yeah we didn't have a lot of religion in our in my upbringing. That said my mom was more interested in in the the the traditions in the pump and circumstance beauty of of what you know church offered you know. She's very visual. She liked emotionally kind of being transported into a space. That felt sacred. Like i could see that. She was like enamored of that kind of tradition shoe. She married a very gentlemanly waspy. Old money man and lake really we kind of you know that was raised and then my my father. They were divorced. By when. I was one so i always knew to two vastly different. Households did that Having parents divorce at that age like did that. What type of effect does that have on a on a child. It pushes you to do the late late. Show your legs year. Like i got a. I'm going to have to be quick. I can think of shit here But i will say no. I think actually it's a huge re personalities. In in my childhood. I used to be like oh so dysfunctional and it was but i think what's most interesting about it is that The sort of young ability to kind of start to assess assess a strong personality or manage a myriad of them vastly different people. I mean my dad is jewish. He married a catholic woman who was from sort of Working class background in in philadelphia. My father is like a sort of wealthy jew and then my mom who is like has this like really interesting background who came from jewish neighborhood but then was raised us since christian and married an old money. Ohio cristiano gentile and so you have all with with strong strong Cultural ties to wasp culture. And my mom yes. So it's like there is just like you know you go to sort of christmas to philly and You know in of the city and having a vastly different experience there and then you know into us at wasp culture. All of the first thing. That i thought was really ball. Sure sure you're seeing. The sort of lake taught white short starch and then just a lot of sort of stiff calculated movement towards a ball. Yeah sounds like very homoerotic away but So yes you're correct. But i think that it's yeah there's just I was immediately and always have been vastly obsessed with culture in general cultural politics. The human condition within a culture. I loved other languages. Other other countries a loved the idea of going to other countries and being like wow now i'm immersed i've been dropped into another sense. It's another reality. Like the way that everyone speaks looks at each other. Talks with their mouth moves. I mean their face looks different. And it's like the because they're speaking different languages with which have different resonance and the you know the way that they eat the way that they choose to sort of re rack to each other. It's just everything the smells. Every i just was very much immersed in in an obsessed with that and i think that's where i became really interested in storytelling and and people you know and and I like humans lot and interested in. And i wanna see how they live in all different ways. I get that. I mean you..
"lake and" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast
"Well i'm a fan of punk music and post can all of that stuff. And i don't listen secretly to this stuff but i have to say that some of these records really You know really really made me think again. And i enjoyed them and i think i will go back to them and just see if there's some traces of prog rock in my in my musical tastes so a lot. I would like to thank you for picking this today. In you know shedding some light tone on the product john because we can't really discuss a lot on the show This kind of music so is it was definitely important and exciting. I'm sure we will attract more fence. And you know the irony is that prog rock is known for this overblown and long pieces and this is one of our longest episodes think is well because it takes a lot of time to talk about this music. Given all the elements that are involved and perhaps emerson lake and palmer is the band. Had a lot to say and dear listeners. If you're a fan of emerson lake and palmer we want to hear from you. We want to hear your views whether you agree with us or not. But if you don't know them we strongly encourage you to check out their output. I think you will be pleased. Some of these records deserve to be heard by everyone all right so alexander. Leave it to you. Okay thanks a lot for this. Great shot than certain guys. Thanks again for listening to us. They don't know the length of this episode at this point i'm probably We're probably at fifty plus minutes. They think or even more probably more so seven. Thanks again seventy okay. Sixty nine to be precise okay with it will go down to sixty five or something. We'll see we'll see. But i'm sure that the audience will love our our chat so i will also like to encourage your is through join our discussion group and facebook..
"lake and" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"On the golf course on the eighteenth fairway with the lake in the mountains in in the whole bob ross painting basically as a as a backdrop i mean it's totally different than any other outdoor game that they've ever tried to i guess create. It's got that whole mystery. Alaska feel in st mayor. I think from the nhl officer and other folks have talked about that specifically that movie trying to you know sort of use that as inspiration to create something. I think it's called. I'm i wish there was a way to do it in still have fans or something like that. I know they. They can't i think the fact that it's such a i guess made-for-tv event because of the way that the rink is being built and where it's being built in all that. Maybe that's the one i guess. If if i'm going to knock it or something you know i would say. I wish there was a way to have fans in. Obviously you know this being covid. Nineteen in coronavirus pandemic and all of that that that makes it tough. But i just i think it's cool. I do wanna see you know sort of how it all comes together and just more than anything. Just what it looks like because i think it's just gonna be all about the visual and and more so than any other outdoor game. Yeah i'm curious. I don't think we've discussed this a lot on the podcast because we haven't had a lot of reason to discuss it on the podcast but dangerous. What are your overall feelings on the nhl outdoor games and the whole experience that the league is. I mean really put into overdrive the last fourteen or so years starting with the two thousand and eight winter classic them love them. Because what are your overall thoughts on these things. I guess that's like. I mean i don't love him i mean just because i'm me and i'm going to always find something to grumble about or whatever but no i think they're cool. I sometimes i sometimes. I worry about when you have two points on. The line in standings are so close because of the in parity that the nhl has with these three points on the line every game in everything that you're playing outside in elements with wind and it might be like literally fifteen or twenty below in these guys out rolling around in a might affect things later on in the standings You can't get the best ice in it might get a funky bounce or all sorts of but you know why it's cool it's worth it I i like the winter classic. I think it's the closest thing to the nhl. Having sort of an event in season nba seems to have christmas day. Thanksgiving is the nfl. Even though bowl games seem to dominate new year's day. The nhl has something. They have that winter classic. You know they have these outdoor games. I thought it was cool that they've done like the heritage thing up in canada where they're playing like cfl stadiums. Different things like that. I i i'm all for spreading the game Trying to different things to capture attention in recognition in the media publicity in an all the sorts of things that come with that. So i if it does those things and i know you know ed grainy. Our colleague has talked some folks this week. And it's going to be writing about that sort of the impact you know just growing the game in in what it has an effect when you see on nbc. It's going to be you know right smack dab in the middle of the day for everybody to kinda see and it's going to be unique and everybody's gonna be talking about it if they were talking about golden knights gold helmets. There are certain getting be talking about you. Know a game on you know outdoor rink next to a next to a lake that peer edward bill maher thought he was going to be able to skate on our air conditioning heating. 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Get a free seventy five dollars. Credit to upgrade your job post at indeed dot com slash blue wire. This is indeed best offer anywhere. Get a free seventy five dollars. Credit at indeed dot com slash blue wire indeed dot com slash blue on offer valid through march. Thirty first in terms and conditions apply. Still one of the best parts of this whole experience was just getting. Bill myers reaction on camera. And i'm with you. I'm honestly really intrigued. To see how this kind of for tv event as you put it actually resonates not just league-wide but nationwide and how many people they do get to kind of turn it tune in just to see what lake tahoe looks like because i think at least on the local level these events are you know really fascinating and really interesting and really fun so i was a senior in college at the university of minnesota when there was actually a stadium series game at the gophers football stadium bank. The minnesota wild hosted the chicago blackhawks. The wild blue him out in front of fifty thousand fifty thousand fans and it was really awesome. It was really really cool experience. I didn't actually go to the game. But i was Working on stories around it. I got to take a tour before the game happened and it was really cool and there a lot of excitement around it because i was living on campus at the time and could obviously tell that there was plenty of people. There that were hyped about the game. And so i think it really resonates on that level. I'm not so sure that especially a lot of the the stadium series games that are not you know the marquee event the winter classic resonate on kind of more of a nationwide level where people all across the country are talking about him so i'm fascinated to kind of be no see what the temperature looks like of that for the lake tahoe experience. You know saturday afternoon sunday morning. How many people are talking about it you know are the highlights on espn. Or whatever. But for i think you know. Obviously people in las vegas and people locally. I mean how could you not think this is cool. This is between the scenery the location and obviously the opponent. This is about As hyped up of a regular season game as you're ever going.
"lake and" Discussed on Space Nuts
"It's almost like looking at a cross section through the Antarctic ice cap an. Area where the definite delineation of the boundary between ice and liquid water and so that prompted a lot of speculation about how it stays liquid partly because. This something like a kilometer of ice on top of the. So there's a lot of pressure there. Even in Moses one third of gravity. There's still huge amount of pressure pushing down which depresses the freezing point, but it's more. More likely that there is a highly a high concentration of salts in water. So. Brian paps Brian with the very high salt concentration. which acts as a natural anti freeze. So the possibilities materials kopech lower rates, which we know depresses the freezing point of water. We found those. A NASA scientists actually found those on the surface. So that's the backstory. What has happened now, this announcement she comes from one of the. One of the team members. Whose name his Graziella Capterra capital rally. Who is not in Italy but is at the University of southern Queensland into a university with which I have a close association as well. So I'm delighted to disprove that work She's involved as she to study tain who've who found The big announcement at more lakes on the south polar cap of us. A kind of what she describes as A. Satellite Lakes. So you've got this. Is really the principal water body. which is the Big Lake but. Somehow the reconnections possibly by channels through the ice that that can't be detected down the radar. Those connections perhaps link these Mola bodies of water. Which which have been detected by you fly a new from the MAS express spice craft. It's what's astonishing. Is that the temperature in those lakes a still to be let me find this sink I'm remembering correctly. Yeah. Roundabout minus seventy degree Celsius. Jelly. It's very chilly and it's very chilly to have. You know water at that temperature liquid water. and. So another. Comment that has been made. by Dr, rally. That may be what we're seeing here is also linked to the climate history of Mars, in other words. Those lakes may have formed when Mars had woolmer ambient temperature. And what you're seeing is some sort of relic of the conditions. That existed when when they were formed. It's that. You know that suggests perhaps residual hate somewhere and it may be that that's coming from the the subsurface. Rock of the of the planet. Not Quite sure what what? She had in mind I'm not she seeing the paper the refers to the work but nevertheless, it's a really interesting discovery and of course, it leads up to speculations. First of all, they're more likes down under the under the southern ice cap of Mars and other any under the north polar cap of Mas. Because none of been detected. And well, that might just. At the bottom. So that's where all the water drying. Be Right Gosh this. Andrew. AMAS stop. Stuff. Wonder why all doesn't run off the never mind never mind So. Yeah, and and there there is if evidence of this kind of situation on earth, it's not unique to models. Exactly. We can Harrison's with with our own planet. Yeah and this and the we know there are links on the Antarctic ice cap and one that one hundred heard off this is in Antarctica it's called the Don Juan Pond A, which is actually on the surface..
"lake and" Discussed on BrainStuff
"Siberia's Lake Cal is not your average. . Lake. . At forty, , nine miles wide by three hundred and ninety, , five miles long that seventy, , nine by six, , hundred and thirty, , five kilometers. . It's the world's largest freshwater lake and with history that dates back twenty, , five, , million years it's also Earth's oldest. . But size and age aren't the only things that make this. . Lake. . Special. . Lake by cow is also home to more than three thousand, , seven, , hundred different species, , many of which are only found in the Baikal region. . That's why by cows often considered the Galapagos of Russia. . No in case it's bio-diversity doesn't dazzle you here's another but Julia fact. . Lake by cow has its own version of the Loch ness monster. . Its name translates to water dragon master and it's described as a giant sturgeon with a prominent stout, , an armored plating along the back. . The monsters history goes back centuries with ancient carvings depicting this terrifying creature. . Interest peaked we thought. . So here's a starter guide to this ancient beautiful and mysterious late, , which is by the way a UNESCO World Heritage Site. . Lake Baikal is located in southern Russia near the border of Mongolia, , its depth of five thousand, , three, , hundred feet about one thousand, six, , , hundred meters makes it the world's deepest lake about five hundred feet or two hundred meters it's also famous for its clarity of water and ice. . When the lake is frozen, , you can see dozens of meters or hundreds of feet down. . And as we said at the top, , it's also the world's largest lake that size twelve, , thousand, , two, , hundred, , square miles, , or thirty one, , thousand, , six, , hundred square kilometers makes it comparable in volume to the entire Amazon Basin? ? A first scale? ? It reportedly takes about three hundred and thirty years for single water molecule to flow from inlet to inlet. . So. . How did like by cow get so massive About twenty, , five, , million ago lake by CAL formed through fractures and shifting within Earth's crust. . It wasn't Lake Baikal as we know it. . Now, , though experts believe it was a series of lakes similar to the Great Lakes in the United States while scientists aren't positive how lake by CAL went for many lakes to the behemoth. . It is today they do have theories. . It could have been sinking earth erosion earthquakes or increased water from melting glaciers although it's likely a mix of these factors and more. . That unifying change took place in the pleasing epoch about five point three to two point five million years ago. . But this lake isn't finished growing. . It's expanding at a rate of about point seven inches to centimeters every year at the same speed at which Africa in South America are drifting apart. . At this speed, , some scientists believe lake by Baikal is actually an ocean in the making. . The lake boasts twenty-seven islands, , the largest of which spans two, , hundred, , eighty square miles or seven, , hundred, , twenty, , five square kilometers and has its own lake mountains and the population of fifteen hundred residents. . The locals connected to power van underwater cable in two, , thousand and five, , and we're connected to the Internet shortly after. . Some Call Lake by Cao, , the Galapagos of Russia not only because it has an impressive array of those nearly four thousand species but also because eighty percent of those animals are found nowhere else. . One reason for this unique biodiversity is the lakes. . Array of hydrothermal vents which are commonly found in oceans but lake by cow is the only freshwater lake known to have them. . Cold water from the lake enters cracks in the Earth's crust through these hydrothermal vents. . When the water reaches magma, , it heats up, , then returns resurfacing with minerals and heat. . These rich minerals are probably the reason some of the lakes most unusual species were able to develop including several unique fish and the nerpa seal species, , which is the only exclusively freshwater seal species in the world and its evolution is mysterious and some scientists believe it arrived by a prehistoric river from the Arctic But beyond seals fish other common animals found in the forests and mountains surrounding Lake Baikal include. . Elk. . Reindeer links wild-boar, , and of course, , the lakes frequently reported water dragon master. . And this ancient lake has another air of mystery about it. . UFO sightings. . Many locals have reported strange lights and alien spacecraft throughout the years and several Soviet era documents mention ufo instance in sightings around Earth's largest lake. . However for all of its natural wonder, , amazing wildlife end stranger sides for lake cows one hundred, , thousand permanent residents it's simply home. . Made, , occupations are forestry agriculture, , fisheries, , hunting, , and tourism though that's currently on hold due to covid nineteen. . Here's hoping they opened back up soon. .