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Science News Briefs from Around the Planet
"Hi. I'm scientific. American Assistant News. Editor Sarah Lou in Frazier and here's a short piece from July twenty twenty issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science, technology and medicine. The article is titled Quick Hits In it's a rundown of some non corona virus stories from around the globe. From, Turks and Caicos Islands analysis of Ano- lizards collected before and after hurricanes, Irma and Maria in twenty seventeen and eighteen months later revealed that the surviving lizards and their descendants had larger and therefore grippier Topaz. The team examined Lizard photographs from natural history collections and seventy years of hurricane data to confirm the trend. From Italy sediment samples drawn from the tree and see revealed hotspots with up to one point nine million micro plastic particles per square meter, the highest concentration ever recorded on the sea floor. Most of pollution comes from wastewater and sewage systems. Researchers say. From Antarctica, paleontologists found a fossilized forty million year old frog on Seymour. Near the tip of the peninsula, The FROG is related to modern ones living in temperate humid conditions in the Chilean Andes. From Iraq researchers probing the Turkish State Archives found the earliest known record of a meteorite causing a death. The object struck a hilltop in neighboring Iraq in eighteen, eighty, eight, killing one man and paralyzing another. From Japan results gathered from the KAMIOKA. Observatory which includes an underground detector tank filled with fifty five thousand tons of water, suggested intriguing discrepancy in how neutrinos, an anti neutrinos oscillate potentially violating symmetry between matter and antimatter. From Kenya scientists identified a malaria blocking microbe in mosquitoes on the shores of Lake Victoria. Every mosquito catalog with this apparently benign fungus was free of the disease, carrying parasite and experiments showed the fungus prevented its transmission. That was quick hits. I'm Sarah Lou Frazier.
Microbe in mosquitoes can block malaria
"Scientists in Kenya and Britain have discovered a microbe they say has enormous potential to control malaria which kills more than four hundred thousand people a year in the microbe completely protects whiskey tooth which spread the disease from being infected with the malaria parasite here's on science correspondent James Gallagher the military a blocking bug is called microsporidia M. B. it was discovered by studying mosquitoes on the shores of Lake Victoria in Kenya the researchers it could not find a single mosquito carrying microsporidia it was also harboring the malaria parasite and lab experiments confirm the microbit gave the most skaters protection female mosquitoes that spread malaria when they drink human blood so protecting the insects could stop them infecting people microsporidia infections all rare in the wild so the research is now need to find ways of spreading the
Sell Or Stay? Australia's Fire Zone Experiment
"Australia is still recovering from bushfires destroyed. More than two thousand homes. Some of those homes may not be rebuilt. The government of one Australian state has historically offered to purchase empty. Lots where fire has destroyed homes. The goal is to help people moved to safer places but NPR's Rebecca Hersher reports that there was this crucial flaw in how that policy was rolled out. Donna Wilson late to cigarette and pollster truck out of the parking lot at the real estate firm. She manages in King Lake Victoria just bicycle idea from. Hey Ya damn houses. To houses went as in went up in flames on February seventh. Two thousand nine bushfire destroyed a huge chunk of this town. This whole straight pretty much weight. The flames moved so quickly that many people couldn't escape one hundred. Seventy three people died in a matter of hours most of them in and around king leak thousands of homes were destroyed three days later then. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd address the Australian parliament the seventh February. We become each national memory as a day of disaster of death and of morning. Black Saturday as it came to be called was Australia's most devastating modern bushfire event five times more deadly than the country's most recent fires and one of the questions that emerged afterward was whether all the houses that earned should be rebuilt. Maybe it was too dangerous. The solution was to try a set of policies. That would give people a choice. You can either build a new house. That was more fire resistant or sell your land to the government and move somewhere else. Wants land was sold to the government. Home could never be built on it again. It was an experiment. The assumption among policymakers was that the more traumatized a homeowner was by the fires. The more likely they would be to sell and relocate and Donna Wilson says to some extent that was true. It was a a godsend for little king. Lake is a small town. So Wilson knew a lot of the people who are coming into a real estate office after the fires and many of them were really struggling. Everything they owned was gone. Many of them had lost family or neighbors in the fire so selling their land to the government and preventing anyone from living there again was both simple and reassuring national. They couldn't deal with a all. They dislike that idea that no no build on that block. But as the so-called buyback scheme unfolded it became clear that it wasn't working for everyone. A key problem was the detained almost two years for the government to commit to it. And in the meantime people had already decided what to do even people who had nearly died in the fires last onto Kookaburra court. Then you will arrive at your destination on one hundred five degree day in February of this year. Npr producer Meredith. Rizzo and I drove the half hour from King Lake Down to flower gale. A town of about six hundred people surrounded by tree covered ridges. It's almost eleven years to the day since black Saturday. High joke the seventy year old Joe. Millburn takes us into his new living room. Which is right where his old living room used to be. In fact on black Saturday Joe was sitting right here reading when the power went out it was evening and I looked over the to the window between the Kurds and it was a red stripe and before sunset so when the front and the sky was read within an hour his entire neighborhood was on fire. He remembers trying to get to his neighbor's house for help. And I looked up and this is the only time I thought it was not die. The fight was about. It muscle he and his neighbors and their grandchildren piled into two cars and drove through the smoke and flames to an empty field. That had already burned. They watched as the fire devoured. The ridges. Joe's house was gone. His fire insurance policy provided enough to build a new house and he thought that was the only option available to him so less than a year after the fire he went for it outside the building by the time. Now it's going to do. The BUYBACK MISSED OUT AGAIN. Story my life by the time the government was ready to pay people like Joe for their land. He was already living in his new house. I wouldn't build this and in the decade. Since the forest has re grown the fire danger is high. Officials recognized that the delays in rolling out. The buyback offer made it difficult for many people to use it. Craig Lapsley was. Victoria's Fire Services Commissioner after the two thousand nine blazes leaks acution took forever and it was extremely frustrating. Make decisions so what did I do in the end? Most people who lost their homes on Black Saturday did not sell to the government and many people rebuilt houses in places with very high fire risk but Lapsley says he thinks that offering buybacks was a good idea especially when that option was coupled with more stringent building standards. Those are lessons that other parts of Australia and the US are looking to as they grapple with how to help people make safer decisions about where and how to live Rebecca Hersher NPR news.
"lake victoria" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"And the teams will makes partly dependent on the convoy does that were going through. So you've got some big Rapids through wander and Tanzania and then also in Uganda. So we'll be rocketing through those you go to tame a papal in your oft. Then once you get through that you Lake Victoria in between which will be cli- king and then through south, Sudan, Sudan, and Egypt. It's then caulking all the white that and they all have it will be on the guides with me security all local peddlers as well. So when I went to sedan an agent lost year. I got to meet some of the chi- because they went out they took me out paddling. They were amazing and. Caught a few of the McCain to be part of it, which I want to have local people involved with it all the way, it's very much a shed a shed experience for people listening. The how many kilometers six thousand eight hundred fifty three. The actually surprising. The a lot of the is is of the water goodbye with my paddling. And that is enough. You know, I will build up gradually on the expedition to to doing the sort of the forty to fifty K today, which is what I'm expecting. There's no point in training for that for months beforehand because the risk of overuse injuries and just being over. It's just yeah. It's not going to add the value. So physical preparation is pretty more around the gym and Mike you show building up the muscle, which will not catalyze joined they joined the trip, and then it will the other skills. So I've done remote. I is. I two days of remote. I I trying three days of swift water rescue technician my Easter was spent on a four day wilderness. Survival course crab McGaw self defense training. Yeah. There's it's been a lot of that sort of probably more where moody focusing my preparation. Awesome. I can report Phil. Aries halfway through if it while she's had some tough times she has had exhilarating moments. And she breeds the sign of relief pedaling through will wonder, and and when she says fishermen because that means there a few hungry hippos dangerous. I don't want to Africa. Look, I'm not sure if any of the world, and I'm planning anything quad as Dyson says that in twenty nine team, but let's find out what they do plan to travel. On the general manager of world, I met some come. I have a couple of destinations are want to go to which is Columbia and Greenland. Editor workman role limits by have I want to go to Scandinavia in Maine. No way. On this low and Oslo and then drive all the way through to bugging. I welcome. Scholarships and marketing campaign, I'm going to go. Visit a few friends in London whoever that holiday. And then.
"lake victoria" Discussed on KCRW
"Urges travelers to plan ahead arrive early and be extra patient. David Schaper, NPR news. This is NPR. At least thirty people are dead after a boat capsized in Uganda NPR's. Eyder Peralta reports that rescue efforts are still ongoing. When you're a police force say the boat capsized in Lake Victoria, near the capital compiler police have rescued almost thirty people, and they are still searching it's unclear how many people were on board when the boat capsized and police tell local media the cost of the accident may have been bad weather in September an overloaded ferry capsized on this same lake in neighbouring Tanzania that accident left more than two hundred people dead Lake Victoria is an important business and vacation hub in the three countries that share it Ugandan police say they have rescued a famous singer as well as the prince of Buganda, Uganda's largest kingdom in impair news Nairobi. This year's cyber Monday. Which is tomorrow is expected to be the largest online shopping day in history. Jason was Lee is vice president of commerce said adobe analytics he says these items are very hot this season movement on laptops, a lot of movement on ipads, streaming devices are doing very well things like rocker chrome chastity fire TV. He estimates that a record six billion dollars was spent online Thanksgiving Day and Friday that is twenty three percent higher than two thousand seventeen. The national weather service has issued a blizzard warning for parts of the central mid west on this one of the busiest travel days of the year as much as a foot of snow could fall, I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news, Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the size Sam sound Asian since nineteen eighty five supporting advances in science education and the arts towards a better more just society. More information is available at sei SIMS foundation dot org. What's.
Uganda divers search for bodies after more than 30 killed in Lake Victoria pleasure boat accident
Lake Victoria, Tanzania and Wallace discussed on Best of the Michael Medved Show
"Wallace survivor has been found inside a capsized ferry and Tanzania a few days after the disaster on Lake Victoria, a lone survivor and engineer was found near the engine of the upturned vessel. Even as coffins arrived. Officials said the focus would be shifting away from searching for victims to identifying bodies families have many of the victims have gathered and prepared to claim that that nobody knows exactly how many people have been on board the badly. Overloaded ferry and had an official capacity of one hundred one people it capsized in the final stretch before the shore on Thursday afternoon. It is believed that people may have crowded to
Survivor Rescued From Inside Capsized Tanzanian Ferry
"Wallace survivor was found inside a capsized ferry in Tanzania two days after the disaster on Lake Victoria alone. Survivor. An engineer was found near the engine of the upturned vessel. Even as coffins arrived. Officials said the focus would be shifting away from searching for victims to identifying bodies families have many of the victims have gathered and prepared to claim that nobody knows exactly how many people have been on board the badly. Overloaded ferry and headed official capacity of one hundred one people it capsized in the final stretch before the shore on Thursday afternoon. It is believed that people may have crowded to one side Bogner
"lake victoria" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Morning. Jennifer Kushinka is here with more of America's First News, Christine Blasi Ford, the college professor who says she was sexually assaulted by Brett Cavanaugh when they were teenagers is now willing to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee next week. But she won't do it on Monday. The chairman's take it or leave a date, and she has certain conditions Ford's attorneys say she wishes to testify provided that we can agree on terms that are fair in which ensure her safety Ford sister-in-law, Deborah Peters, talked with ABC. She doesn't want her story misrepresented in the way that is leaked. But I think she also feels strongly that the story needs to be heard by the American public needs. They need to know what this man did in his youth. So that. Case held responsible Cavanaugh has been prepping all week for the possibility of a public hearing and denies Ford's claims mass shooting broke out yesterday in Maryland at a drug store distribution center. Police say a twenty six year old woman armed with a handgun opened fire on co-workers three were killed and three others wounded the woman, then shot herself Archer county sheriff Jeffery gala identified the shooter as snow Chia Moseley a temporary worker at the facility. She was injured by self inflicted gunshot wound on the floor. She was. In critical condition from the outset. But at the time we respond to since she was transported to an area hospital where she has since passed away possible motive is not clear. Hundreds of people are feared drowned after a ferry capsized in Lake Victoria, Africa's largest lake the ferry with a capacity of one hundred was apparently carrying hundreds of people when a camps is in Tanzania rescue workers have saved several dozen people and continued to search for survivors. Amazon has unveiled new gadgets aimed at realizing its goal of putting its Alexa, voice assistant, anywhere. It's customers are among the new products are an Amazon Brandon microwave it works with echo devices and can be told to defrost Abaga frozen peas or reheat a Cup of coffee. There's also a new echo for cars that works with most vehicles and can be used to play podcast give the directions or make phone calls. Alexa, also got some new abilities, including apparently the capacity to understand whispering. And whisper back at you com on. Does creepy as Mike said he's like whispering at me. Just not necessarily. Thanks, jen..
Over 100 dead after Tanzania ferry sinks on Lake Victoria
"At least one hundred people have died after a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria in Tanzania NPR's. Ava. Peralta reports. The ship was overloaded with cargo. And passengers the very took off from ones up, and it was supposed to dock at a nearby island on Lake Victoria, local media report that people shuffled to one side of the boat, and it capsized authorities say they have recovered at least ninety bodies, but they fear. More are dead the heavy capacity of just one hundred people but more than four hundred were crowded on the boat. According to local officials Tanzania has a history of deadly maritime accidents in two thousand eleven more than two hundred people died off the coast of Zanzibar in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight hundred people died when a boat capsized on this same lake the recovery efforts are still
"lake victoria" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Brexit is the choice of the British people the choice pushed by some who predicted easy solutions. I fully respect the sovereignty by saying this demonstrates that those who say it's easy to do without Europe that it will all go. Well, that will help make big profits. They are liars the European Council. President Donald tusk has said that a special November summit to sign. A Brexit deal will only go ahead if the UK delivers solution for the Irish border by October deadline, the British Prime minister had already said that she will not be able to meet and when we talk about a political risk as well. Marcus mean, we've got a note that we're going to get that output data from the Italian statistics agency. And this isn't he? Of course, as we continue to get a tension over the budget. You know, we've seen a bts move on not as well. If we just take a check at what's happening now pretty much unchanged. The ten year yield at two point eight eight percent. But that's something to watch as well. As the fact that we get a slew of European economic data Zeh, including from France, Germany, and the euro-zone or let's get you some more headlines now from around the world his box on GARRETT'S. Good morning, Markus. Fear state media has reported that President Tran Quang has died in a military hospital in Hanoi at the age of sixty one has been suffering from a serious illness for several months and had received medical treatment abroad. And and Vietnam. He was appointed the rolling two thousand sixteen of the serving minister of public security, the foreign ministers all nuclear armed rivals. India and Pakistan will meet on the sidelines of the United Nations General assembly. Bloomberg's in Marlow says policy change is unlikely. Will meet her Pakistani counterpart shop Karachi in the first interaction between the two historic lows in three years. It's also the first meeting since the election of Pakistan's new premier gun. We called for peace talks as he declared victory in July. The last attempt at talks came in December twenty but fell apart after attacks on Indian military bases in New Delhi in Marlow with daybreak Europe. In Tanzania passenger ferry has capsized on lake. Victoria officials say the death toll forty four expected to rise when rescue efforts resume later today that she's seven people were rescued after the sinking yesterday afternoon authorities were unable to put a thick on. How many people were on board the vessel as such ferries often carry hundreds of people and are crowded and finally a non descript office in Rica's communist era institute of mathematics and computer science, maybe Latvia's, Alaska. A line of defense against a threats to next month's general election. Bloomberg's Aaron Iglesias has more. The country of parliamentary elections in October sixth and officials have been hardening separate offenses in preparing plans for any attempts about second appearance. Eleven election commission could call for an counterparts anytime all the government is working with social media companies to combat this information in Riga. Bloomberg daybreak Europe believes twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm the guarantee this is Bloomberg Nara. Thank you so much. Leeann now with your morning sports is Lawrence Mora. It was a good night for British sides in the Europa league arsenal beat. I love Poltava four to Chelsea won their winners at Greek side Salonika, arguably the result of the night was Rangers to to draw with Villarreal in Spain. As Stephen Gerald's team came from behind twice English. Gophers Eddie Pepperell Emma Wallace tee off the second round of the Portugal masters one shot off the leader. Lucas Herbert world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua ways in for his world title fights. Against alexander. Ovechkin later the pair crash Wembley stadium on Saturday night where we maintain their perfect start to the rugby union. Premiership season will take on Newcastle. This evening. There are two games. In the pro fourteen later, the cheetah's hotels before the Cardiff blues take on Munster and in Super League Wigan guaranteed. Second place in the table on a home semi-final with a thirteen six victory over Huddersfield last night tonight Castleford host Wakefield in the super eight now straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Uber is said to be in the early stages of talks to buy delivery while shell may divest. One point three billion dollars worth of assets in the Gulf of Mexico. We're gonna be talking more about emanate next two strands to pull out we are seeing the stock six hundred thirteen minutes into.
At least 44 dead after Tanzania ferry sinks on Lake Victoria
"Europe. In Tanzania passenger ferry has capsized on lake. Victoria officials say the death toll forty four expected to rise when rescue efforts resume later today that she's seven people were rescued after the sinking yesterday afternoon authorities were unable to put a thick on. How many people were on board the vessel as such ferries often carry hundreds of people and are
"lake victoria" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Three people were shot dead. And another three were injured after an employee opened fire at a Rite Aid distribution center in Maryland, Thursday morning. The incident ended when the shooter shot herself, she decide is so upsetting so emotional for me right now. I wanna get to my husband correspondent Bill. Rakoff offered county sheriff Jeff Gahler says that twenty six year old snow. Shia Moseley was a temporary employee at the Rite Aid distribution center. North of Baltimore reported for her workday as usual. And around nine AM, the shooting began striking victims both outside the business and inside the facility Moseley shot a total of six people killing three before turning the gun on herself. Big question remains why we do not at this time have a motive at another mass shooting this one in Syracuse Thursday night police chief Frank Fowler. This is a very tragic event that we had five victims, and and one of which is an eight year old female as we have established. And and this is something that cannot occur in our community. Witnesses say they sell as many as three shooters. But there is no one in custody. We still don't know when Brad Kavanagh's accuser will testify that the supreme court nominees sexually assaulted her. When a tour in highschool allegedly Christine blassie Ford says she wants the terms of the Senate floor testimony to be fair and to ensure her safety since her family has gotten death threats. Correspondent Nancy Cortez reports. Cavanaugh says estimates hearing sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary committee saying he will. Will be at that hearing no matter what he has maintained all along that he didn't do this. And that he wants to be able to go before the committee, and tell them everything that he knows. In fact, we do know that he already sat for an interview with the Republican staffers on the Senate Judiciary committee under oath behind closed doors at least forty four people drowned when a ferry sank in Tanzania's Lake Victoria, more from the BBC's Carolina Rigby suggests this passenger ferry may have been overloaded when it capsized with as many as four hundred people on board. Witnesses describe seeing it sink in front of them. Look look this the ferry. It sunk what he's a floating that is just sunk right now. The vessel overturned on Lake Victoria, straddling the borders of Tanzania Uganda and Kenya. Hundreds more are still missing. Wells Fargo says twenty six thousand of its employees will lose their jobs over the next three years. The Bank says the cuts will make the company more efficient at a time. When.
Scores feared dead as ferry sinks in Tanzania
"The search is resuming full hundreds of people who are still missing after a ferry capsized close to shore on Lake Victoria. It's already known that more than forty people a- dead. The ferry was apparently overloaded how correspondent Carolina be has the details. Was it? The scene of Tanzania's latest boating disaster reports suggest this passenger ferry may have been overloaded when it capsized with as many as four hundred people on board. Witnesses describe seeing it sink in front of them. Look, look this the ferry it sunk what is a floating that is just sunk right now. The vessel overturned on Lake Victoria, the largest in Africa straddling the borders of Tanzania Uganda and Kenya capsizing between the islands of Kura. And a core at least forty people with died. They that number is likely to rise. One officials suggesting more than two hundred people may have drowned and major rescue and recovery mission is underway with around one hundred people recovered alive, say far authorities are also working to establish what caused the ferry to camp size Okawara district Commissioner Colonel Lucas Mcgann has one theory. When the captain was trying to slow down and about to dock the passengers were already running to the other side ready to get off. So now, the weight was too much on one side of the ferry capsized and sank it turned completely tumbled
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"David Harper with the BBC news more than forty people are confirmed to have died and hundreds are missing after a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria in northern Tanzania. The MVP nera overturned coast to the shore between the islands of who carried away and who Cora north of the city of Windsor. The vessel is reported to have been overloaded with more than four hundred passengers aboard. The BBC's Abubaker famo- is in Tanzania and says there's a big
"lake victoria" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"How to watch youtube videos of like street food from around the world that's the first thing i want to hear he'll talk trust me we will get a delivery about the foods in that area now he did put on his instagram story a little snack that he received at the hotel he has a box of orange juice and also maybe looks like some plantations scene and the snacks are waiting for all of all of them as they arrived at their hotel and also of lake victoria to very beautiful so again he's there for such a great cause and he will be running that five k race later this week and this is coming through tmz we heard that a source close to heather says that fifty six year old heather locklear was agitated during the day yesterday and her parents went to check on her and when they got there she was violent she was choking her mother she's hitting her father she had been looking for an implement to do harm to herself possibly kill herself and you know i and they were fast thinking they got to nine one one she was picked up by by medical health professionals and brought to a hospital and she's currently on hold which is a good thing and it and it and it wasn't caught and and movement wasn't made to try to help that person and again i think this punctuates the fact that nobody regardless of their their their fame or their fortune or their beauty is exempt from their.
"lake victoria" Discussed on 790 KABC
"I would hope that someone would step stabbing me would you across the street screaming like a girl in in this case i it did happen very quickly you know and you people come across homeless individuals every day and kind of the same kind of scenario where you're waiting for a bus stop or you're waiting for you know a burger at a at a hamburger stop and and you know somebody rambling or talking and really not making that much sense and you kind of hope they walk away and you know so we've all been there so this is definitely one of those stories that's definitely definitely unsettling pasadena police however they say that you know the streets are still safe they're they're patrolling twenty four seven so of course they want people to keep coming in pasadena but they say they'll always be on on your on your guard to just be aware of your surroundings this is exactly why middleclass people don't use public transportation like they do in new york or other big metropolitan cities because in other cities middleclass people use the buses so they police these sorts of things here every time you go on a bus and i've only been on a few times but every time i go on there's always some kind of disturbance involving some crazy person thank you it's usually involving be sitting there live tweeting everything that's going on i'm not gonna lie i'm with you i'm not taking any of that nonsense i don't like the only time we do that as on vacation like i took a there was a bus that we had to take from lake victoria in british columbia to go to like the ship i'm like we're gonna get normally i'll just hire a driver i i am i'm a snob when it comes to my kids i don't wanna be around drunks crazy people lunatics couples fighting not nope nope nope but this time we have time for that time for that but i had to get on with all these people they happen to be lovely but still all right james row housing reporting as always thanks so much for stopping by we learned a lot about james but learn that he runs the other side of the street if you ever saw anything happened and by the way you're not alone we'd be running with james he'd see me stand barrel the clover waving james this way julius day up next seven hundred ninety kabc has dependable traffic when you need it the most northbound four zero five mo holland crash in the two left lanes busy from colder all.
"lake victoria" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Rush so vendors have to sell them very quickly to restock for more clients the following day or two days so you'll bring finances into this whole equation now along with the vendors and the supplies and say one that requires a trust mechanism and that almost inevitably brings us to blockchain the distributed ledger shed at databases it where the underpins the likes of bitcoin in the crypto currencies imagine i'm one of these traders i'm using your platform to source my projects from the suppliers i need just thirty or forty dollars maybe just helped me stay in business purchase the next load of projects you guys need to know i'm going to pay you back all those transactions need to be registered at and it's that kind of chain that would be well mitchly in this case put onto the blockchain is that it yes so the the best way to to understand blockchain the i've heard is is basically sit at a restaurant in the way to brings you a receipt then you tear that receipt into one hundred little pieces in headed out to everybody in the restaurant now you're not going to be able to go in and tell what that transaction is unless those hundred people kind of committing their pieces and in in rebuild that receipt so it makes it impossible to go in and change all this this information and data sets grant brick is staying in kenya and along the shores of lake victoria in western kenya mobile feigns in several hundred villages damion unison on the first of every month it's part of a trial to test how paying the poorest people a universal basic income or you buy affects attitudes towards money and it's one of five studies featured in this month nature magazine kerry smith from nature has been having a look at it so why do these mobile phones paying what happens when they do so for more than twenty thousand adults this sound opinion them mobile means the appearance of over two thousand kenyan shillings in the bank accounts every month that's just over twenty us donnas and it's.
"lake victoria" Discussed on The Valleycast
"About learning this isn't about i'm gonna i'm gonna keep it short in lake victoria the second largest freshwater lake in the world holly superior go america all right in fact about the world and turn it into satis he's got a full wick read the saddest paragraph from the wikki that i found about this country is here we go barundi gained independence in nineteen sixty two and initially had a monarchy but a series of assassinations coups general climate of regional instability culminated stablishment of a republican one party state in nineteen sixty six gets worse bouts of ethnic cleansing and ultimately to civil wars and genocides during the nineteen seventies and again in the nineteen nineties left the country underdeveloped and its population as one of the world's poorest it continues but that might get to genocides to civil wars from nineteen sixty on think of all the crappy things that have happened since let's say the revolutionary war in america all that crowder and worse has happened in that country since nineteen the lifetimes of our parents insanity and then the other thing is they literally have no forests because all down to do housekeeping i mean but we we made good on a promise we said we're going to have a fact about barundi say a fact then those fast the lakewood and that's a fact i said a lot of facts i really liked it so here's the thing i had a good time great time we just took a journey oh wow together oh good about it and raise your hand and make a sound show of hands cast if you knew that that was even a country before we talk i certainly did.
"lake victoria" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
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"lake victoria" Discussed on Slate's Represent
"And they you i would present looks to our men and i would present concepts to him and with everybody that really ryan everybody the whole team and they would give their critiques in they would you know say like you know maybe list maybe that they've course they had the they they do their thing and that i would go back and you know w work on this tweak send and maybe even come up brand new ideas and stuff so it was collaborative in the sense where they really were lending their expertise for meeks i'd never worked on anything that bag or with the company that that large uh lending their expertise in that and and what would be best what would look baston how this would play on screen and how we will get this done and and and things like that but um they really were like yeah this is awesome so i i don't know i was luckier now but they really let me kinda just do everything i wanted to do pretty much i can't think of something they they were really light now that's awful you know not awesome where where did you wind at deciding where it would be set like western after eastern like and how did that inform the any of like the sort of details that you put into the design i can say ethic they were located the borders the drc kenya sudan uh bordering uganda uh so it's sort of like sudan above uganda's so it's like rate where burundi actually kind is up more by lake kivu as so it's it's got a waterway in scott uh somewhere eastern yes it's in our eastern it's midway more eastern right i mean it's right between um like lake victoria's right there and men.
"lake victoria" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The art so i visited key sumo wants a couple of years ago it sits on lake victoria from the banks of the town it's very pretty but i was only they're very briefly so tell secondplace key samoa's houston is due to haul first of all lake victoria is definitely one of the main focal points in his city it certainly very hot i want they temperatures are in the nineties when i was there on and in fact the the he was not working during the premier so people were were sweating on that scott yeah it was but you couldn't tell i mean people totally captured air their glamour despite the heat which should have actually admirable because i failed in that regard on a a good ask you this tomorrow i mean you know when these comments made recently by donald trump about african countries and a hollywood premiere inky sumo at an i'm acts at at a big mall on the seams and intentional piece of evidence that many parts of africa are misunderstood by outsiders i mean obviously i come at this with my own americanized but was anybody commenting on that last night there wa i spoke away a very opinionated college skin in about this and i i would almost little strategy specifically reference donald trump's comments and the tea stipulated that in the context of what the movie means not just where kissing residents not just by kenyans but for people that africandesigned all over the world i think that people in kisumu end in kenya in geno all are deeply aware of the way that their country in the waited their culture is often portrayed the mainstream in how one dimensional in narrow it can be um in so there there were so many layers of celebration of the storm and i think one of them was that it it challenge people to to confront their own biased is in their own onedimensional perceptions of why africa is in who black people are in what they're capable labs um i heard a lot of people actually referenced thing as peace in.
"lake victoria" Discussed on Le Show
"Hello on unconscious i don't hello losers drawn a longterm commander of operation endless war second on caller gentleman welcome i heard this week you have a great new plan for achieving something like lake victoria not a great country uh you know sure we have unveiled an action plan to reverse the tide here in country huts correct whether greece it it die have a great new action plan for winning the lottery and mastering one of the spice girls let's compare plan a seriously general isn't afoot as i never thought i'd he you'd lose i think what many of us here at site talks and throw our wealth doing and there are only three others but still how is this new plan different from all the other american plans that so far seem to have ended up like all the russian plans and all the british plan knowledgeled stole go all the way back to alexander the great now i'm doing officers medicine ten minutes to me like you're an officer's mess all the time but but how many into the i do get the thrust of your question and of course a certain number of americans those who seem to they good supporting the troops means criticising war are asking that question to great what's the end and do with public video miss in the now well for the first time since the first time we are now implementing a threepronged approach the first prong would be an infusion reinfusing if you will of american special forces special lobbed special day have and footage of my brother he's needs a special and regular forces to advise the afghan component of which in turn is lee second prong an afghan component which now has the lowest desertion rate of any national army and the entire central asia theater not counting the former soviet stage which of uh highly untrustworthy metrics smoothieesque on um forces on now will remain ready to cite their more available for that training because.
"lake victoria" Discussed on WREK
"The oh man mm hmm upi the plane was of bhakkar friendship with propellers a commuter aircraft that seats five people it started its engines and took off over lake victoria blue with sparkling dotted with the dugout canoes of fishermen the friendship turned and banked eastward climbing over green hills quilted with tea plantations and small farms the commuter flights that drone across africa are often jammed with people and this flight was probably fall the plane climbed over belts of forest and clusters of round huts and villages with ten roofs the lands suddenly dropped away going down in shelves in ravines and changed in color from green to brown the plane was crossing the eastern rift valley the passengers looked out the windows at the place where the human species this was born they saw specs of huts clustered inside circles of a thorn brush with cattle trails radiating from the huts the propellers moaned and the french ship pass through clouds streets lines of puffy ripped clouds and began to bounce and sway monet became air sick the seats are narrow in jammed together on these commuter airplanes and new noticed everything that is happening inside.
"lake victoria" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"It's when you're talking about here i can't hear you hear me i'm just trying to help i think it's cool that we played with lake static nece of this room and you know even if sometimes we were like what if we just podcast said in the car lake first of all it was a magnificent feet for you to lake make lucar able to podcasts in lake victoria tape all that everything everywhere it took it wasn't just like let's go happened the car in through the camera in their lake you really it's hard rigor car and you candid that thing out and evil molly did the couch cast in the christmastree like yeah maybe they're not like the our best podcasts subject matter wise or any other but like i'm proud of us four trying different things and elista lake like i i look up to rent and link lot love them a lot of the internet looks up to them and loves them as well like they they really do a lot for the podcasts format in terms of online and and what what is it a breaking the rules because if you think about it i think i think that's a good aspect of this i mean we don't we all have editing or like a show format like they do sometimes but i think that is really cool watching then you know transform their podcasts into something that so different and you know maybe we're doing it in slow little baby steps but i'm proud of us for you know trying different things in matches leading and be exactly the same all the time via is cool and for some reason like again we never it's just the internet look we never.
"lake victoria" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"Maybe right yourself little scripts don't read from the us re write it right yeah you're yeah this is all good advice guys uh all right we are it is time for us said i have a little more into this it's all breezed and other week break dumb no song encapsulates growing old together better than the hit song grow old with you from one of our hollywood classic films the wedding singer we are going to test julian's knowledge of a song written in sung by one of the greatest musicians of our time adam sandler it is a game we call adam may exam lur amount of fail measurably you on a not a fan you've never heard the saw yes i have a good okay we we actually were like she's probably never seen this movie and this will be great because isn't it will make nodded and i i you know all due respect to adam sandler i'm not like a huge fan of his film i'm not a fan of his anymore yay his old ones where lake victoria super funny and so you know i know that plus they did i i got like a ninety nine but this one i might fail miserably so let's let's let's rocket we well find out r m g wanna take it away our on andrew off okay so yeah we're going to read a lyric mnuchin filmed the blank however however so just try and get in the mind of adam sandler okay deuce your brain to a p hitting lorry adam okay.
"lake victoria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So these drummed in front as you are called boondi they are traditional drums from the western part of kenya from lake victoria glad that liu people come from and i'm in love with these drums yet lebanon be part of this conversation so welcome drone wow i started with preteen strains when i was a baby when i was around six my grandmother used to sit me by the fire you know in the evening when you're just shell out 100 grand you tell me those stories tell me those stories as you would tell me these fables side abby late okay tell me another and tell me another analyst simply bugging thanks he would tell me to go to the pen and maybe listen to the gold or or thomas fuchsia that can give at frog could look for it and ask the frog what he is he is complaining about because he's been complaining for hours and i would go and and try to find a fraud which i would definitely not see because it's dog in i would listen to that franck for so long like maybe hours even i would here not only the frog i would here other things i would hear crickets would here my mom talking to somebody in the kitchen i would here the practice formed the fire and in between this i would chea rhythm and then i would try and replicate that like on my past lake so that's how i started play and up to now i feel create might be from the environment in my fourth year of high school i was the best drummer in kenya in the solo drilling class i remember than last year i was queuing in this boy from another school comes in asks me hey what are you doing here are you lost a leg known in our member lost isn't this the drumming q and his like yeah yeah but but carts are not allowed here did he just call me as kirk a i'm going so you went in there with so much fire i knew that if.