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"lake toba" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Bigger people. this woman saying anything here. My house my people and my neighbors. I cannot find anyone where the last two weeks alone. We've seen devastating flooding like this in western europe china and the philippines. Climate experts say that warm atmosphere holds more moisture. Making extreme rainfall events like this more likely as the effects of climate change worsen across the globe. Went right on our thanks to you tonight to georgia now and the deadly boat collision overnight claiming at least one life the vessel slamming into each other on a lake officials. Say alcohol may have been a factor. Here's abc's ellen lopez tonight a twenty two year. Old man is dead and six others injured after a boat accident on georgia leak. People pontoon boat that were hit by another boat at a high rate of speed. The incidents taking place. Own lake toba softy. In central georgia game wardens arrived in the early warning hours to find a collision between a speedboat. In a pontoon boat with seven passengers on board of those a man was killed after suffering a head injury and a woman twenty s was rushed to the hospital where she remains in critical condition still on a ventilator tonight the other five also suffered injuries no one was injured on the speedboat and wet authorities say the two people on that boat left. The scene initially and were later found a home nearby. The georgia department of natural resources say they believe alcohol was involved. And we'll be investigating a possible. You i went okay. Owen thank you. There's much more ahead on world news tonight this saturday version manhunt in the north west. After sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty at how the nfl players association is now responding to new protocols about vaccines..
"lake toba" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"lake toba" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Got the show off the ground and even though it was technically in syndication he was willing to allow me to come back to fill in for him If if they were running into problems with guesses and it never came to be but they were willing to dude he genuinely has been a friend and i will miss him. The very first piece of advice rush limbaugh forgave me. I was actually on fox and friends this morning at six thirty talking about this piece of advice. Russell barbara gave me was that i've got to have a designated a whole. The he used the word. I remember those conversations almost because he used that word. Seiger i was. I was in a boat with my kid. One time i was out fishing. Philip philip slow boat out on lake toba softgen making we're casting out at we're in the same spot for like twenty minutes getting nothing and so we decided to go off in their some dude in a kayak fishing literally. Smoking a joint. You could smell the weed and as we are just leaving that dude cash out right where we were. And it's like the fish jumps out of the water to grab his lied and i said that beep. My kid founded hysterical. That i can't believe it. That's where my kid. I mean it just came out just just like that gonna work my signification anyway so rushed to say that to me. You gotta have a detail i just. I remember the device in you. Know he was right in and he explained to be that in radio. No one ever tells you you're screwing up until they cancel you. No one ever tells you you've done something wrong until it's too late for you to fix it and so you need to have someone who could come to you and say you've screwed up. Here's what you did that was wrong. You shouldn't have this ramallah. Charlie james be the other day. He was very very upset. With the way i did. The talked about ravi zacharias. Too many pauses too emotional Shouldn't have done that and you know he's probably right. A lot of you liked it but nonetheless. He's got to be able to tell me that stuff. And i got to be able to handle it. Not fire him. My wife likes him. So i can't say with philip. My wife and kids like a bosbach. Yep i fired them like five times a week every week for the last two years and they're still here but it was because of rush that i hired charlie. That rush limbaugh.
"lake toba" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"You and i both sit across the table and talk to our liberal friends and be quarter with them but the government wants us to remain. Divided negatives become a little sister. She sent me a text message. My little forty six year old sister text message. It's amazing how much i find myself agreeing with eric. These days i went back there. She's a classic liberal. And i said sure when he says what you want to hear. Of course you can agree with out of the way. You gotta role after i gotta tell you My street credit is just a ruined because the number of progressives out there right now given me a while people my own team are mad at me. I'm starting to think well what has happened here. So he called me establishmentarian the other day like have you heard what i think about mitch. Mcconnell it is it really is the church of the painful truth. So i had i a radio with a new bottle of Start for you good for you. I man i gotta tell you i. If people understood in fact there's somebody sent me a note last night on this particular topic. And i said you know the my rule of thumb is that i just i'm cynical and hate them all So i'm willing to call at my own side as much as i am the other side. But but don't mistake i'm pro-life pro gun Evangelical christian I haven't changed. I feel like the whole world around me has gone insane though. Yeah i'm worried about the gun thing. I'm gonna lose mine he said in a boating accident. Boating accident is scheduled for for later next week in lake. Toba soccer twenty twenty would have been even rougher but thank goodness georgia through i. I gotta tell you bill vital. Every time i think about the game. I've got to remind myself. That georgia one i want it was painful. It was. I was talking to a buddy of mine yesterday about the alabama game and then the georgia game came up and was talking about just how bad it was like. They was like. Oh i forgot yes. At the end they won and they didn't throw a shoe. Yeah yes yeah that game was. That game was something we you enjoy the boys later. I appreciate you very much. Thanks for calling in and sharing that We still and philip yesterday. I have to watch hockey with him. Now i'm not a basketball fan. And he's a yeah. I mean he's a hockey. i don't understand how. How can you live in middle georgia a hockey fan. But he is so i mean. I always watch hockey for the fights. I mean hockey's were like boxing on skates for me. But.
"lake toba" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Eleven thousand one hundred of the moderna vaccine they got fifteen hundred in gwinnett county The gwinnett county board of public health asks for six thousand eight hundred twenty five of pfizer. They got five thousand eight hundred fifty they asked for eight thousand nine hundred doses of moderna. They got eight thousand five hundred now. Here's the problem. And i'm not i'm not faulting. I'm just trying to sight. Let me give you one more. Saint joseph's hospital in chatham county savannah asked for fifteen thousand six hundred doses of pfizer. Got ten thousand seven hundred twenty five they ask for a thousand five hundred doses of moderna. They got six hundred Here's the problem that we're running into in the state and this is why the state's numbers are so low. A lot of private hospitals not government run hospitals ask for massive doses of the vaccines and some of the facilities have given them all the way. They've given every dose out. Some of them are holding onto their doses. Seen the second wave of the virus of the virus spread growing knowing they're still healthcare providers out there and others who are gonna needed. There are essentially hoarding in some cases. The vaccine and i'm not attributing that to the ones i've named i'm just trying to show you. Hospitals asked for way more than private care facilities for example. I am embiid county. And we've got a new publix. It is over if you know where lake toba soft. And making there's a new publix near lake toba audie and that publix according to the filing from the from the state government asked for and received a number of doses of the vaccine there's another healthcare local primary care facility here in making that also asked for doses. It's easier to get the moderna when the pfizer one because the moderna one does it require the cold storage levels that the pfizer went does and those private facilities the primary care practice the public's forcing the like they've given away all their vaccines that they've given all their out..
"lake toba" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"That's what happened to us in two thousand sixteen with Hillary when. People Democrats. I speak spit you. Would see like others just something about Hillary I don't know why just feel you know I'm a Democrat I wanna just something about it and I mean I can assure you as somebody who was trained in a military propaganda is something that you've seen for a split. Second. And they didn't even register. Wow. Allow advertising. Yeah, yeah, of course the dozen is the same. You know they are advertising religious conversion bringing. Their will have the same. Bayer. subliminally. It's like they'll do it and you don't even know just like you just said it's a great point. You just made you go. There's something about Hillary. Why because you've been? Inundated with all these fake memes will descend is like I'll give you one example, and then you can read on the strategies and tactics in the article that I mentioned. It's called Roden Hera it's a good example to give because it's clear and we'll have good examples to it. So when somebody comes up with A disgusting piece of misinformation. It doesn't have to be true and Lake Toba. It actually could be argued to be untrue. It doesn't matter because when you hear something that disgusting like. you can imagine it yourself. I don't Wanna I, don't WanNa be a propagandist. I'm not going to give you any graphic images, but you know what happened you in two thousand, sixteen with Hilary Clinton's image. So they would be releasing this information. It's like this is most unsinkable that pretty much everybody knows is probably untrue including you know like homicide and stuff like that and they. Would involve very graphic image was you know bodily fluids and there won't be using neutral words like I'm doing. Now they would be using Viscera award that actually emotive words that work with you on the SA- blooming the level, and then no matter how you undo Lita. The name of this person is already desa she did with this feeling with this immortal.
"lake toba" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"And most not all I I shouldn't even say most, but a significant portion of my friends who, in two thousand sixteen were telling me. I was wrong and he was GONNA win. Are Now telling me it's over. And I'm the guy say an no. It's June it can't be over it. June. We haven't even had the conventions yet. We don't even know who Joe Biden's vice presidential pick is going to be in these guys like. Nope, it's over. He clearly doesn't win. And I gotTA. Tell you I understand where they're coming from. You can see so clearly what the president needs to do because he's. He's not a challenger against Hillary Clinton now. He's the incumbent sitting president of the United States. There are riots in the streets. There are protests. We've got a global pandemic. We got economic problems. And on and on it goes. And the president is on twitter. tweeting out conspiracy theories about the old man who was shoved by the police in Philadelphia or Massachusetts were over. It was up north. He just he can't help himself. And so I understand people's frustration, but I also understand that it's June. And, if I, if I am in the role of someone who regardless of my feelings on the candidates, and just plain at straight at the analysis level, it's June. There is time now. Biden's lead continues to go up in. The polling in the polling is not really wrong. Per Se when you get to that level a when you get to ten percent in the polling were Joe Biden is. You do have trouble. In the president's team knows that there was a crisis meeting among the president's advisors over the weekends on what to do, and trying to get the president to focus on a message in this president doesn't like to focus on a message. This president actually believes. And he's got plenty of data to back him up on this that he's right. He believes that he's Best Messenger. The problem is the presence is own worst enemy as well. You know I was driving through I. If you've ever been to middle, Georgia, the lies, Zillah area is just gorgeous. It is, it's rule bid. County nomi everything's Big County is making and the city and the county consolidated, so it's making bid county, but there is an unincorporated area called Lilla. It is God's country with God's people in it is beautiful. It is rural their pastures. Woods. There's hunt landers land to RV their lakes. And there's out on Lake Toba. softgen making me and if I could win, the lottery had I'd I'd build a house out there. It's just it's pretty land. And, good people, and but I noticed something. We were just riding around the other day and I noticed that there are flags up in a lot of people's yards. And their trump twenty twenty-five or somebody on on near me, who actually has an American flag up and also twenty twenty-five I don't ever remember any presidential candidates flags flying in people's yards as if they're of that person's nation or state. And there are trump twenty twenty flags all over the. Area down towards Byron in Peach. County that area you see it all the time now. Where you used to see the old Georgia fly yet you see trump flags now. And these are good people salt of the Earth. People! And they feel Jiewen, left behind by society. They're lower middle class the poor. And they have been betrayed by both political parties. They have been lied to by both political parties. They supported George W Bush who was going to keep them safe in an effort two thousand four, he decided to put Harriet Myers this court and do immigration reform that gave amnesty to illegal aliens who are taking the jobs that displays these people and put them in their economic situation. Barack Obama decided to go after their faith based communities their their church-based nonprofits. He wanted them to pay for people's abortions. He was anathema to him. So here comes the. President of the United States Donald Trump. WHO SAYS TO THESE PEOPLE I am your guy. And you will be mine. I'll be your president and you will be my people. and. They had nowhere else to go. They didn't have a home with any of the other Republicans. They didn't have a home within the Democratic Party, so they went with trump the guy they watched on TV. The Guy! They knew he could be crass and vulgar. But he was with them, and they believed him. They knew he connected with them, and he still has their back, so they have his back. This, is the in my lifetime. I do not recall a candidate Donald trump a president like donald trump, who has so many Republican Party power players who publicly praise him and privately loathe him. But they all fear of these boaters of his, and and and frankly a lot of them drip with disdain for these voters I don't know what's going to happen to these people when Donald trump goes away. Really don't maybe baby Joe Biden will find a way to connect to them I. don't see I. See a lot of Republicans ostentatiously tried to help the. The president's leg to get the attention of these people say me me me I better than that guy up his leg better than that got. It really is embarrassing. I I. Am Barris for the people who were doing this. I call it ostentatious trump humping. It's just bizarre to see these people go through these elaborate rituals to prove that they're the aired. ATROP-. And they know that these voters are gonNA. Come for him. There will be people remember the scene in wizard of Oz where dorothy throws the water on the weekend, which the West and she begins to melt, and when she's gone, the soldiers turn out to be happy. The flying monkeys may have been angry, but the soldiers were happy, and that's what going to be like with Donald Trump leafs whether he loses, or he's term limited. When he's gone, you'll have a lot of republicans who openly begin to cheer. He's gone. And there will be a lot of people who are upset. That he's gone. Because they knew he had his back. And the question is going to be for twenty twenty four. Who can have those people's back while also bringing in other people by by maybe having some of the president's policies without having some of his Abrasiveness Josh. Hawley I think is trying to make a play for this. Nikki Haley is Tom. Cotton is a lot of them are. And the interesting thing is is across the board. You're going to have this purge within the party. There will be those who get purged because they weren't loyal enough to the president, and there will be those who get purged because they were too loyal to the president. It will be a very bizarre time for the GOP which makes me think if the president wins in twenty twenty, it will be delayed inevitably, Bhai couple of years, but if you lose twenty twenty by God the day after the election, the.
"lake toba" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"That the government had built had genetically programmed a switch into the virus so that they could turn it on and turn it off. I'm yes I'm just sitting here in the quiet. A switch to turn the virus on and off Yup yellow thinking. I don't know that anyone believe this but they put another. They use Fox to do that if Fox's had enough that that's not the only only Kooky conspiracy theory these two published So Fox's done done No no more. They're out of it and I don't blame them and so diamond. Silk Gone and is so. Here's the thing there's this. There's this media reaction out there to this. Then they can never given them a platform to begin with many news. Why do you are you do not appreciate the number of people on the left who continue to get platforms on? Tv look at the nuts on MSNBC. They gave Al Sharpton. Tv SHOW ON MSNBC. I bid on the show. I'll sharpton by the way. He's very pleasant person. Place Crazy I gotta ask to go on a show. I was happy to go on his show a favor friend but man he There are nuts out there on the left and the right and the thing is that on the left. They believe that all the nuts on the right. None of them are crazy. Meanwhile they do all sorts of nutty stuff. The larger issue here though is that the media is making Fox News a target because Fox News is ratings dominant. There are more people who will listen. Y'All there are more people who will listen to me. Then we'll watch Fox News and I am only on Maybe fifteen stations with the show. And then I'm on WSB radio in the evening which is Now the most. Listen to Conservative News Talk Station. The country and I will get more listeners than Fox will get viewers and rush limbaugh and Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck and Mark Levin and Ben Shapiro at a national news. Talk level we'll get an order of magnitude more people listening to them on a regular basis. We'll watch foxy and inter. Msnbc WITH RUSH LIMBAUGH. More people will listen to rush a fifteen minute period. Then we'll watch CNN Fox and MSNBC combined in that same fifteen minute period but you never see the media going after rush so much. They do occasionally but not like these sustained assault on Fox News and the reason is because this is not about the credibility or content of Fox. This is about Fox News kicking there but in the ratings and there's a deep seated jealousy there and they gotta try to dissuade people from watching Fox and they have not been successful yet so they continue to ramp up an amp up the slander against Fox. So it's time to renew my tag and so I'm on the Department of Revenue Website during commercial break looking at all the different tags. I thought about getting lsu one Being an Lsu fan from Louisiana or a mercer win. Since I went to mercer honestly I liked the Atlantic united license plate. That is an awesome looking license plate And I'm actually thinking of getting in Atlanta United License Plate just because it's the coolest license plate designed. There is seriously thinking of doing it. Maybe I will. I need to go to one of those games. I I did see. They got a university of Tennessee license plate as well and and thankfully there's not a football on there because man. Why would you WanNa Football University of Tennessee you put you put a football at a University of Tennessee Alumni license plate? And anytime any other. Sec team comes by you. GotTa Hand Your License Plate Tool. I'm only saying this because Philip is listening. Philip who works for me on my website decided to take my son in me out on Lake Toba softy. And making last night to go fishing we to fish were caught by Philip. I I got a couple bites but didn't catch any but I got home. We're in we're in his boat and I get home and I literally. I knew that stuff was. I just assumed it was water. Splashing that nope had bugs splattered across forehead so gross. We had a lot of fun though. I caught a lot of good pictures but no fish are right now. Let's see or did I WANNA go? I wanted to go to the meat shortages because there is a meat shortage. Then maybe coming. Although the president of the United States has decided that he's going to use the defense procurement. Act to keep these places open. Here is Sonny Perdue for Americans who may be worried about access to good food because of this. I want to assure you the American food supply is strong resilient and safe and in fact our food supply chain has shown tremendous agility in shifting production and logistics so from restaurant in institutional settings to retail settings to all employers out there in the sector. It's critical you follow. Cdc Guidelines and guidance in Best Practices to keep all of your employees and people safe and healthy to employers and local public health officials advising them the CDC has issued guidelines on how to mitigate a situation if you have a positive case in one of your facilities and the president also touching on what he's doing on the food supply issue. Jeff go ahead please. It's depressing..
"lake toba" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"They're considered evangelical churches. They are churches that believe in in the fundamentals. The Bible that the Bible is the word of God it is to be taken literally where it is to be intended interpreted literally. Jesus Christ had a physical birth of Virgin in a physical resurrection from the grave. Those those sorts of things the mainline churches more and more getting away from that. The problem is that there are a lot of people who self identify as evangelical in this country. But they don't go to church. It hid has become an ethnic identifier. There are a lot of evangelical who when you ask them where they are on a Sunday there in their bass boat out on lake. Toba off year leaks in clear lake oconee or Lake Burton Burton or any of the other lake storage like black shirt and they're out fishing on a Sunday. It's an ethnic identifier much like the media uses Catholic as doesn't ethnic identifier. These days a Catholics tend to be northerners who identify as as having some church background Jews identify as is an ethnic background these days and evangelical does. Here's the interesting data. The more person regularly goes to church the less like they they look like the world there are all sorts of Barna surveys and Pew Surveys and others that show that evangelical in this country have the same divorce rate as the rest of the country They a they believe in pretty much the same thing except when it comes to gay marriage and abortion they identify exactly like everyone else in the world and in fact there was all let data in two thousand sixteen that showed that evangelical supported Donald Trump overwhelmingly Because they're essentially southern conservatives but what's so interesting is when you actually ask how regularly someone goes to church. Do you know that the more likely a person goes to church. The less likely they are to be divorced. The more regularly person goes to church the less likely they are to support immigration restriction. ISM The more more often a person goes to church the less likely they are to believe in gay marriage. The more a person goes to church the less likely they are to engage in cultural liberalism. mm-hmm the big difference between really gels and self-described evangelical or the ones who actually go to church and believes the Bible's the word of God. Behave completely completely differently from everyone else. So when you hear that the divorce rate among evangelicals is the same as as non churchgoers that's true among self-described evangelical but among evangelicals who are in church every week. It's fundamentally not true. The people who go to church tend to believe in the Bible and this is where where we are with United Methodist Church. The last of the mainline congregations in this country to embrace gay marriage the UMC is going to divide in. The United Methodist Church is going to become the liberal wing of the Methodist Church in the United States that will support gay marriage and Ordain gay ministers and there are plenty of them. Say No it's not going to happen to my church. I'm GonNA stick with you. It's going to happen you. We'll be made to care and that will begin the decline of the United Methodist Church in this country in which you will find is a very vibrant community of people who have left for the UNC to maintain methodism as their denomination but leave the U. M. C. over Biblical orthodoxy. And that denominations going to thrive and you will see. Those people call now not being identified anymore. Mainline Christians but that'll begin to shape. The dynamics of who describes themselves as evangelical in this country for the pollsters. And you'll start seeing that work. Its way into politics. It's GONNA be fascinating dynamic to watch over the next three to five years. Hello there is so Alan. Sanders texted me and said that I was laughing about the chick-fil-a earlier near me in making that it's going to be closed and torn down and The newspaper headline was hang on. Let me get the headline right. Because I just found it very very funny The headline was makings first. Chick-fil-a we'll close while it's torn down and rebuilt built and I thought of course it's going to close while it's torn down but Allen text me and he says are Chick-fil-a Closest to us off main street and Carter's Ville did something similar were. They raised the old building to the ground took four months to build a new one but they had people set up from the store with limited menu items in hot box containers every day for lunch and they had lying six days a week. That's just crazy. This is what I'm talking about the commitment of the Chick-fil-a people what one more thing on the issue of of Evangelical in America is actually actually subject. I'm deeply fascinated by being one identified as one Being in seminary Now preaching more than I. I've actually I guess. In the last year I preached more than than spoke politically at events around the country. And one of the things that I find really interesting is there. Is this ongoing concern. Learn that evangelical in this country by siding with President trump are hurting their witness in this country and there is some truth to that at the amount of people who become hostile to many evangelical because they see prominent pastors in this country. Franklin Graham's and the Robert Jeffreys of the world who who are who always anything Donald Trump says remember yet Robert. Jeff Reason Jerry Falwell junior and others out there. After President Trump in two thousand sixteen defended the planned. Parenthood out there said well. Yeah they do some good or they refused to ever. They refuse to be critical of the president. And so there are a lot of people out there who say hey that well this is gonNa hurt the church in the United States. The the tying the Evangelical ISM TO DONALD TRUMP'S GONNA hurt the church. I don't I don't want to dismiss that altogether but I've always thought when people make these arguments that is there's this thing if you're a Christian Christian there's this thing called the Holy Spirit and to say that That Christians in America are going to hurt their witness How are you going to hurt the Holy Spirit who works through people and that's always been my frustration? Here is everybody everybody even the people who want to criticize evangelical they WANNA make it about themselves. THEY WANNA make it always about themselves. What what about God? And God's work through people and God Still GonNa work through the Holy Spirit Still GonNa work so. I don't know that there needs to be the level of panic that the reason these conversations about evangelical in the Church and the president in this country Win Win God's got a plan and maybe that's part of what maybe it's a judgment I don't know but he's certainly GonNa work. Still Mike Bloomberg's campaign y'all my Bloomberg. He he spent in money furiously to to make a go of it in the democratic campaign his campaign. Just actually put out a tweet From team Bloomberg Org find someone who looks at you the way Mike looks at ribs and it's got the Emoji with with the hearts for is and when you actually open the picture a Bloomberg is actually these people are eating brisket there. It's brisket it's there are no ribs anywhere in the picture. It's let's see these people. This woman has a sandwich sandwich. Some brisket This guy has baked beans and looks like some slaw. An and he's eaten all his brisket. There are no ribs there may be. It's the Brooklyn Barbecue. They they've eaten so much Brooklyn Barbecue. That's supposedly taking over the world and maybe in Brooklyn they they think that ribs and brisket or the same thing Wow Oh wow wow. That's just pathetic. The the HIPSTER hipster beatty people. Hey I mentioned Mitch the other day and I want circle back to this because I only mentioned it briefly you or your children are probably using an and the odds are at your kids kids in your teens. Just I'm going to go off another tangent. facebook increasingly facebook is what fifty sixty st in in seventy year olds us For Social Media Idiots the the forty thirty forty and fifty year olds who will actually twitter's more diverse. But when you get over. Fifty declines very rapidly in the number of people who use it but thirty and forty year olds use instagram. A Lot. If you're in in your twenties thirties you're probably using snapchat. And if you're in your teens and twenties you're not using snapchat you're using tic Toc and Dan Tick Tock you make a very short videos. There used to be thing there used to be a twitter service called vine twitter has ended service in favor of something something called periscope that allows long form video content. I'm broadcasting the show for example today on facebook Youtube and pure scope for twitter But twitter got rid of vines. Vines where you'd make these funny fifteen second videos that they got a following ironically now if you wanNA watch all the vines from twitter you go to youtube when you watch them. My kids love to watch him But the new thing th the replacement for vine is this APP called Tick Tock and you could make very funny very quick little videos radios and people develop these massive million people following on on tick tock and they start making themselves very wealthy being tick tock famous. You've never heard of them. They've got got millions of followers and they start making money. There's a problem with Tik Tok though that your kids are using and the American Defense Department has now banned the use of Tick Tock In any department of Defense facility it is because Tick Tock was an American company that has been bought by a Chinese company. And there's growing evidence to to suggest that the Chinese military is behind Tik Tok now and if you use tick tock you're essentially handing your phone over to the Chinese surveillance state There have been suggestions now in iphone. Apple's IOS is way more secure than android. I know full disclosure here I am. And I'm an apple user. I am in the Colt I love my iphone. I love my Mac. I love my IPAD. I love my Apple Watch I love my apple TV. I I am totally only down with the I love it. I do not love Apple News. Plus I cancelled my subscription. I do not love Apple. TV plus they are garbage subscriptions. There's just nothing worth paying for with Apple News plus an apple. TV Plus Apple Arcade. I've found some very fun game there but nonetheless. I'm in the Apple. I like my I four. One of the reasons I like. iphone is apple values privacy and security so for example my my dear producer Charlie. I genuinely think it's despite me I. I really do believe that's what it is. He does he has an android device. She does not have an iphone. And so when I texted him mm-hmm I have to see the the offensive green chat bubble the offensive green chat bubble. Those are you have an iphone. You know if you're texting with all of your friends and they all have iphone. I phoned you. See a blue bubble and the blue bubble means that you're using apple's message service which is highly into insecure You can send someone a password early username. What have you and you're not GonNa have it hacked because the apple I.? Messy and Charlie admits it is for spiked The the I message blue bubble is highly secure. It's more secure than email or text message. If you're on an iphone and you send someone a green chat bubble it means you're using standard SMS protocol which is easily Hackel Easily determined. And you do not want to do that. And it's just it's it's for spite when I text my producer. Something that should be private. I get this green chat bubble knowing knowing that anyone could hack his android device and find it. This is a very long winded explanation. android just isn't as secure and I don't mean that disparagingly I do not mean that because I'm in the cult of apple it just isn't it's based on Google protocols many of which are open standards entered and Google itself has a vested interest in harnessing. This you hear people all the time who say this is very weird. I was I was talking talking to a friend of mine. I in fact this happened the other day a friend of mine Texted me and said I was just talking to a buddy about CIPOLLA in now. I'm seeing ads in facebook Advertising Aaa on his android device or my it happened with my sister and she's actually got an iphone where she was actually texting my older? Oh sister and me and my middle sister was texting my oldest me about going to sleep and she was on instagram and suddenly saw ads for Insomnia this I gotta say this is happening getting way too much for it to be coincidental. There's really got to be something going on because I know way too many people who have this happen and you talk to the tech guys and they say well you were probably googling glean it or or or something over the last couple of days and it takes while the algorithm adjust and oh this is happening way too much but it's primarily happens in the android and tick tock now while you're apple. Device tends to be more secure than your android device. The Chinese have been apparently allegedly. I should say allegedly working in some of these services like talk to feed the surveillance state in China American data..
"lake toba" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We were almost completely -pletely wiped out as a species and if that wasn't bad enough we had the eruption of a mega volcano the largest volcanic eruption in the last twenty to thirty thirty million years. Mount Toba in Metro which today is Lake Toba and it blew its top in its spewed all of this ash into the atmosphere and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in this this had the effect of of creating a global nuclear winter in effect and temperatures dropped by fifteen or twenty degrees Celsius on average lack. The Sun Yeah it blocked the sun basically and so the animals and the plants become sparser into the human population becomes sparser. We can also look at the genetic variation that we see today in. Humans have remarkably a little genetic variation for a species of large ape were highly inbred and it's because the population size around the time of that volcanic eruption drop down to maybe as few as two thousand. How but then fifty sixty seventy thousand years ago somewhere in that region all hell breaks loose? Art makes its appearance the stone tools. Become much more finely crafted. The evidence is that humans begin to specialize in particular prey species at particular times of the year. The population size started to expand expand probably according to what many linguists believe fully modern language tactic language subject verb object that we use to convey complex ideas like I'm doing now now appeared around that time we became much more social the social networks expanded this change in behavior allowed us to survive these worsening conditions in Africa and they allowed us to start to expand around the world what we imagined that.
"lake toba" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Was reduced to just a few small pockets compared to what we have today the evidence from genetic data is that the human population around this time roughly seventy thousand years ago crash to fewer than two thousand individuals we nearly went extinct with for hanging on by our fingernails we were almost completely wiped out as a species and if that wasn't bad enough we have the eruption of a mega volcano the largest volcanic eruption in the last twenty to thirty million years Toda in some ultra which today is lake Toba and it blew its top and it's viewed all of this ash into the atmosphere and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in this set the effective of creating a global nuclear winter in effect and temperatures dropped by fifteen or twenty degrees Celsius on average a lack the sun yeah it blocked out the sun basically and so the animals and plants becomes sparser into the human population becomes sparse we can also look at the genetic variation that we see today in humans have remarkably little genetic variation for species of large ape were highly inbred and it's because the population size around the time of that mechanic eruption drop down to media as few as two thousand mile but then fifty sixty seventy thousand years ago somewhere in that region all hell breaks loose art makes its appearance the stone tools become much more finely crafted the evidence is that humans begin to specialize in particular prey species a particular times of the year the population size started to expand probably according to what many linguists believe fully modern language syntactic language subject verb object that we use to convey complex ideas like I'm doing now appeared around that time we became much more social the social networks expanded this change in behavior allowed us to survive.
"lake toba" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To leave Africa earlier than that well that's a big question is why questions particularly in genetics in the study of history when all else fails talk about the weather what was going on to the world's weather around sixty thousand years ago well we were going to the worst part of the last ice age the northern hemisphere had massive growing ice sheets New York City Chicago Seattle all under she device most of Britain all of Scandinavia covered by ice several kilometers thick now Africa is the most tropical continent we weren't covered in ice in Africa rather Africa was drying out at that time the reason for that is that I actually sucks moisture out of the atmosphere if you think about Antarctica it's technically a desert in Africa was turning to desert the Saharan was much bigger than than it is now and the human habitat was reduced to just a few small pockets compared to what we have today the evidence from genetic data is that the human population around this time roughly seventy thousand years ago crash to fewer than two thousand individuals we nearly went extinct for hanging on by our fingernails we were almost completely wiped out as a species and if that wasn't bad enough we had the erection of a mega volcano the largest volcanic eruption in the last twenty to thirty million years Toda in some ultra which today is lake Toba and it blew its top and it's spewed all of this ash into the atmosphere and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in this set the effective of creating a global nuclear winter in effect and temperatures dropped by fifteen or twenty degrees Celsius on average a lack the sun yeah I blocked out the sun basically and so the animals and plants becomes sparser into the human population becomes bars we can also look at the genetic variation that we see today in humans have remarkably.
"lake toba" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Humans start to leave Africa earlier than that well that's a big question is why questions particularly in genetics in the study of history when all else fails talk about the weather what was going on to the world's weather around sixty thousand years ago well we were going to the worst part of the last ice age the northern hemisphere had massive growing ice sheets New York City Chicago Seattle all under she device most of Britain all of Scandinavia covered by ice several kilometers thick now Africa is the most tropical continent we weren't covered in ice in Africa rather Africa was drying out if that time the reason for that is that I actually sucks moisture out of the atmosphere if you think about Antarctica it's technically a desert in Africa was turning to desert the Saharan was much bigger than than it is now and to the human habitat was reduced to just a few small pockets compared to what we have today the evidence from genetic data is that the human population around this time roughly seventy thousand years ago crashed to fewer than two thousand individuals we nearly went extinct member hanging on by our fingernails we were almost completely wiped out as a species and if that wasn't bad enough we had the eruption of a mega volcano the largest volcanic eruption in the last twenty to thirty million years Toda in some ultra which today is lake Toba and it blew its top and it's viewed all of this ash into the atmosphere and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in this set the effective of creating a global nuclear winter in effect and temperatures dropped by fifteen or twenty degrees Celsius on average a lack the sun yeah I blocked out the sun basically and so the animals and plants becomes sparser into the human population becomes sparse we can also look at the genetic variation that we see today in humans have remarkably.
"lake toba" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Than two thousand individuals. We nearly went extinct. We were hanging on by our fingernails. We were almost completely wiped out as a species and if that wasn't bad enough we had the eruption of a mega volcano the largest volcanic eruption in the last twenty to thirty million years Mount Toba in Metro Metro which today is Lake Toba and it blew its top and it's spewed all of this ash into the atmosphere and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in this had the effect of of creating a global nuclear nuclear winter in effect and temperatures dropped by fifteen or twenty degrees Celsius on average lack the sun. Yeah it blocked out the Sun. Basically and so the animals the plants become sparser into the human population becomes sparser. We can also look at the genetic variation that we see today in. Humans have remarkably little genetic variation for a species. She's of large Abe. We're highly inbred. And it's because the population size around the time of that. Volcanic eruption dropped down to maybe as few as two thousand now now but then fifty sixty seventy thousand years ago somewhere in that region. All Hell breaks loose. Art makes its appearance. The stone tools become much more more finely crafted. The evidence is that humans begin to specialize in particular prey species at particular times of the year. The population size started to expand. Probably according to what many linguists believe fully modern language syntactical language subject verb object that we use to convey complex ideas. Like I'm doing now appeared around that time we became much. It's more social the social networks expanded. This change in behavior allowed us to survive these worsening conditions.
"lake toba" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"It's the Ted Radio hour from NPR. I'm Gyros and a show today how it all began ideas about our origins agents. So if you've been hanging out in say the town of White Horse which is in Canada's Yukon territory past week this is what you've heard on the Radio Radio Ninety six point one the rush. Hi I'm March and this is March. Is Marcus tired of paying rent. There are alternatives and around the same time around and six thousand miles to the southeast. You would have heard this in Peru Cusco. Eight thousand miles northeast north-east. This was on the air in Saint Petersburg Russia as cool Marvin my half teaches kebab machine and more than three thousand listen miles south this in Kenya so earlier in the show David Christian explained that it was language that gave us in edge as a species more than six thousand languages are spoken around the world. So Oh how did that happen. How did we come to look and sound so different? Let's would spencer. Wells has been trying to figure out when I spend my life travelling visiting places. This is like Chad and Tajikistan Pappa Guinea and Palau Spencer Wells. You might remember. Is that geneticist who analysed my DNA. Earlier in the show. He's also an explorer or for National Geographic and told us that one of the things he really likes to do when he travels is to look at faces. You know you see people who seem to be so different from each other and kind of the underlying theme of our work is will. How different are they really turns out not much and while Louise Leakey and her family family proved that through prehistoric bones and fossils? Spencer Wells looks for the evidence of our common origins in living breathing human beings. He's using the tools of molecular genetics to figure out when human populations began to migrate from Africa and spread out across the globe. More on that in a minute but first let's go back to the beginning so we are about two hundred thousand years old right or awesomely human the way human things that we would recognize young Jiang like us if they were sitting here in the state issue hundred thousand years ago where we living in. What are we look like? We're living as a very small group of hunter gatherers at Savannahs China's of likely Eastern Africa. So present day Ethiopia Kenya Tanzania and it was in that kind of crucible of east African Hunter Gatherer Society that all of the modern characteristics arose two hundred thousand years ago. Were all dark. Skin is darker Gary. We're we're species of hairless primate and we evolved in the tropics six and there was no. SPF Fifty two hundred thousand years ago. So we had to have some sort of natural sunscreen and that was Melania. It's amazing to think about the age of our universe. Two hundred thousand years is is nothing it's like a blip in time it's like it's not even a second on the twenty four hour clock exactly and yet weeds thousand human generations. Yeah so we're talking about not a huge change in the way we look in such a short period of time absolutely. So why can't why. That's one of the big unsolved mysteries. We know that there's been uptaken so we started off dark living in the tropics in Africa and my ancestors for instance who came from northern Europe year-over-year. Very very white guy. My buddy skates who does all of the PBS shows african-american lives and so on is filming with and he says Spencer. You know it takes the whitest man in the world role to tell us. We all gave from black Africans. Spencer Wells picks up the story from the Ted Stage now. How recently do we share this ancestry? Was it millions of years ago which we might suspect by looking at all this incredible variation around the world. No the DNA tells a story. That's very clear. Within the last two hundred thousand years we all share an ancestor. A single person mitochondrial eve. You might have heard about her in Africa. An African woman who gave all the Mitochondria Diversity in the world today. But what's even more amazing. Is that if you look at the Y chromosome side the male side of the story. The the Y chromosome Adam only lived around sixty thousand years ago. That's only about two thousand human generations. The blink of an eye in an evolutionary sense. That tells us we were all still living in Africa. At that time this was an African man who gave rise to all the Y chromosome diversity around the world. It's only within the last sixty thousand ears that we have started to generate this incredible diversity. We see around the world such an amazing story all effectively part of an extended African family. And what happens when do they how do they how do they start to move out. And and where do they go well. So the evidence is that there might have been a little brief foray into the Middle East and the Arabian Peninsula as early as entered in twenty thousand years ago but they didn't go very far beyond that but the a big blast came out around sixty thousand years ago so that's two thousand human generations so the question of course is what happened. Why didn't human start to leave Africa earlier than that? Well that's a big question. These why questions particularly in genetics and the study of history when all else fails talk about the weather what was going on to the world's weather around sixty thousand years ago. Well we were going into the worst part of the last ice age. The Northern Hemisphere had massive growing ice sheets in New York City Chicago Seattle all under a sheet of ice most of Britain all of Scandinavia covered by several kilometers thick now Africa. It's the most tropical continent we weren't covered in ice in Africa. Rather Africa was drying out at that time the reason for that is that is actually sucks moisture out of the atmosphere if you think about Antarctica. It's technically a desert and Africa was turning to desert. The Sahara was much bigger then than it is now and the human habitat was reduced to just a few small pockets compared to what we have today. The evidence from genetic data is that human population around this time. Roughly seventy thousand years ago crashed Ashton fewer than two thousand individuals. We nearly went extinct. We were hanging on by our fingernails. We we were almost completely wiped out as a species and if that wasn't bad enough we had the eruption of a mega volcano the largest volcanic eruption unless twenty to thirty million years Toba in Sumatra which today's Lake Toba and it blew its top in its spewed all of this ash into the atmosphere and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in this had the effect of creating a global nuclear winter in effect and temperatures dropped by fifteen or twenty degrees Celsius on average lack. The Sun Yeah it blocked out the sun basically and so the animals and the plants become sparser into the human population becomes sparser. We can also look at the genetic variation that we see today in humans. Humans have remarkably little genetic variation for a species of large. Abe were highly inbred and it's because the population size around the time of that. Volcanic Kinnock eruption drop down to maybe two thousand but then fifty sixty seventy thousand years ago somewhere in that region. All Hell breaks loose. Art makes its appearance. The stone tools become much more finely crafted. The evidence is that humans begin to specialize in particular prey species at particular times of the year. The population Gulati size started to expand probably according to what many linguists believe fully modern language syntactical language subject verb object that we use to convey complex ideas. He is like I'm doing now appeared around that time we became much more social the social networks expanded this change in behavior allowed us to survive these worsening conditions in in Africa and they allowed us to start to expand around the world. What do we imagine that that migration was like well? I think it was really just a question of people moving a little bit further in search of better food supplies water supplies other might have been some wanderlust West. And say it wasn't it wasn't like hey let's go. You know ten thousand miles. It was it was a very slow migration over thousands liberty long journey starts with a step and and in this case people had no idea what was out there. I mean there was nobody tweeting from Siberia saying hey guys come on up here. There's lots of reindeer. Appear on the Tundra They didn't you know what they were going to encounter. I mean it's really amazing to think about it. You're setting off on the biggest journey in the history of your species. You have no idea where you're going but you are smart enough to be able to figure out solutions solutions to all the problems that are gonna be thrown in your way. The reason you're alive today is because of those changes in our brains that took place in Africa around sixty seventy thousand years ago allowing us not only to survive in Africa but to expand out of Africa and early coastal migration along the south coast of Asia leaving Africa around sixty thousand years ago reaching Australia. Very rapidly rapidly by fifty thousand years ago slightly later migration up into the Middle East these would have been savannah hunters entering Europe around thirty five thousand years ago and finally a small group. You're migrating up through the worst weather imaginable Siberia inside the Arctic Circle during the last ice age temperatures of minus seventy minus eighty minus one hundred perhaps migrating into the Americas ultimately reaching that final frontier. An amazing story and it happens. I in Africa the changes that allowed us to do that. The evolution of this highly adaptable brain. That we all carry around with US allowing us to create novel cultures allowing us to develop the diversity that we see on a whirlwind trip trip like the one. I've just been on. Thank you very.
Divers search Indonesian lake for 180 missing after sinking
"Trump again suggested bilateral trade deals with mexico and canada instead of a renegotiated nafta canada's public safety minister said he had not heard about trump's latest allegations adding that he has every confidence in canada's border officers he said two and a half billion dollars in trade crosses the border in both directions every day for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto authorities in indonesia say up to one hundred eighty people are missing after a ferry capsized on the island of sumatra the ferry went down in lake toba on monday michael sullivan reports at least eighteen people were rescued shortly after the boat foundered but no other survivors have been located lake toba is a popular tourist destination carved out of the crater of a long dormant volcano and it's deep almost fifteen hundred feet in some places authorities say the boat was carrying at least three times as many people as it was licensed to diverse and an underwater drone or being used to search for the boat and the missing michael sullivan reporting the israeli military says it carried out twenty five strikes against targets belonging to the palestinian group moss in gaza israeli officials say that militants have been firing on positions within israel there are no reports of casualties palestinian militants have also been using balloons they're attaching explosive devices were burning rags to them which land and burn crops and forest areas wildlife.
Divers search Indonesian lake for 192 missing after sinking
"And this is morning edition on wnyc we've got seventy one degrees partly sunny skies in new york city it'll be pretty much like this all day long although some more clouds will be rolling in the afternoon goes by we'll have highs today in the lower eighties showers tonight with a slight chance of thunderstorms and lows in the mid sixties mostly sunny for tomorrow we could see a slight chance of a thunderstorm tomorrow morning highs in the lower eighties and if you're looking ahead to friday mostly sunny in the morning mostly cloudy in the afternoon and a little cooler highs only in the upper seventies support for wnyc comes from oscilloscope laboratories presenting a new documentary the king a musical road trip that traces the rise and fall of elvis presley as a metaphor for the country in theaters friday qna's opening weekend with filmmaker eugene iraqi and guests from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston united states border patrol agents say they're stepping up security efforts as migrants continue to make the dangerous trek from mexico into the us aging can group says preservation of human life is their number one priority these are people and always know the scenario that that person you know their background or anything like that but i mean preservation human life that's always our number one mission more than two thousand migrant children have been separated from their families at the southern border under the trump administration zero tolerance policy that's prompted widespread outrage and calls for president trump to reverse the practice the white house is defending the policy saying it has a duty to prosecute people who illegally crossed the border authorities and indonesia's say up to one hundred eighty people are missing after a ferry accident on the island of sumatra the boat sank in lake toba on monday michael sullivan reports eighteen people were rescued shortly after the boat went down but nonesense lake toba is a popular tourist destination carved out of the crater of a long dormant volcano and it's deep almost fifteen hundred feet in some places authorities say the boat was carrying at least three times as many people as it was licensed to divers and an underwater drone or being used to search for the boat and the missing this is npr news in washington and this is morning edition on wnyc at six twenty good morning i'm kerry nolan we have some delays on the rails to tell you about a new jersey transit is reporting delays on the morris and essex line long island railroads babylon and port jefferson branches are delayed and metro north new haven line has delays governor andrew.
Dozens missing after ferry sinking at Indonesia's Lake Toba
"A commerce ministry statement today describing the us action is blackmail and promising to fight back firmly at the moment the us has announced it is going ahead with the tariffs on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods most of those will come into effect in a couple of weeks time china has promised to respond in kind what is more hypothetical if you like is the next step from america this two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods which would be unprecedented which would have serious implications for the rest of the global economy united nations refugee agency says the number of people forced from their homes by conflict has risen to a record high for the fifth year running in its annual reports the unhcr's have more than sixty eight million people worldwide who are the refugees asylum seekers who displaced in their own country the u n high commissioner for refugees is filippo grandi the sixty eight point five million that we are reporting today is about people fleeing war persecution and violence some people cannot cross borders so they will be internally displaced but these are people that cannot go back home because if they go back home forcibly they risk their lives the un is trying to encourage a more coordinated response from wealthier countries the technology company ibm has held what is described as the first debates between the confusion humans and attest to the scope of artificial intelligence the computer engaged in exchanges a number of topics which neither side was given prior knowledge of the computer we'd spoke with a female voice had this to say during one of the debates allow me to respond to some of my opponents most recent claims i think that one of the claims made by ms avandia was that people should choose how to spend their money i would like to offer a different view people should spend their hard earned money as they please but society has a duty to provide help to its people in need we'd like the hard workers with low wages the audience decided the contest was a draw the humans have better delivery but project debater offered more substance china has granted more than one hundred million dollars in military aid to cambodia china's defense minister away from her offered the money to be used wherever cambodia deems necessary during a trip to phnom penh china and cambodia have grown closer as cambodia turns away from its traditional ally the united states news from the bbc indonesia and rescue workers are battling stormy weather to try to find survivors from a ferry that sank in sumatra with at least eighty passengers on board emergency crews have already saved eighteen people from rough waters on lake toba the ferry was licensed to carry sixty people but officials say as many as one hundred thirty could have been on board the north korean leader kim jong un is visiting china for the third time this year and answering his rival for two day trip chinese media gave no further details it comes a week after his summit with president trump in singapore earlier south korea confirmed that joint military exercises with the us have been suspended thailand has carried out its first execution in nine years twenty six year old man had been convicted of murder was killed by lethal injection the human rights organization amnesty international called the move deplorable is said the execution put thailand out of step with a global shift away from the death penalty and australian politician is urging the government to legalize crocodile hunting to generate an income for impoverished indigenous communities jerry would who's an mp from australia's northern territory said australia could learn from canada which has legalized polevault hunting to support remote communities film ursa reports polar bears and saltwater crocodiles do have something in.