17 Burst results for "Museum Of Natural"
"museum natural" Discussed on WLAC
"News. And who assessment just out also predicts the economy will get weaker. Fox's Jared Halpern live at the capital. The thirty five day partial government shutdown cost to US economy three billion dollars that won't recover. That's according to new estimates from the Congressional Budget Office the CPO reports as economic growth in the last quarter of twenty eighteen was down one tenth of a percent. It's expected to be down two tenths of a percent. The first quarter of this year. Furloughed federal workers, not contributing as much to economic activity and delays in federal spending on goods and services are the main reasons of dampened economic growth, the CBO says day, Jared Howard Schultz says America's nearly twenty two trillion dollars in debts is a reckless example, not only of Republicans, but Democrats as well and the former Starbucks CEO's getting lot of reaction for telling CBS, sixty minutes. I am seriously thinking of running for. President as an independent. Some Democrats are telling Scholtz don't presidential candidate in Castro said on CNN, essentially, it would provide Donald Trump with with his best hope of getting reelected. President Trump tweeted Howard Schultz doesn't have the guts to Ron furloughed federal workers are back on the job today expecting to get back pay this week. But it's possible. The government could shut down again next month, if congress can't work on a compromise on border wall funding, President Trump thinks the chance of that's less than fifty fifty. If no deal is reached though, the president is suggesting he will move ahead with a plan to declare a national emergency in order to build his wall. Despite the police from lawmakers in both parties to not go forward with that path. And of course, the court challenges that would almost immediately be filed. Fox's Garrett fewer sharks went on the attack last year. Florida museum natural history. Researcher says there were sixty six shark attacks last year down from eighty six in two thousand seventeen about half were in US water for the bites.
"museum natural" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. And who assessment just out also predicts the economy will get weaker. Fox's Jared Halpern live at the capital. Mid thirty five day partial government, shutdown cost the US economy three billion dollars that won't recover. That's according to new estimates from the Congressional Budget Office the CPO reports as economic growth in the last quarter of two thousand eighteen was down one tenth of a percent. It's expected to be down two tenths of a percent. The first quarter of this year. Furloughed federal workers, not contributing as much to economic activity and delays in federal spending on goods and services are the main reasons of dampened economic growth, the CBO says Jared Howard Schultz says America's nearly twenty two trillion dollars in debt is a reckless example, not only Republicans, but Democrats well and the former Starbucks CEO is getting a lotta reaction for telling CBS, sixty minutes. I am seriously thinking of running for president as an. An independent. Some Democrats are telling Scholtz don't presidential candidate. William Castro said on CNN, essentially, it would provide Donald Trump with with his best hope of getting reelected, President Trump tweeted Howard Schultz doesn't have the guts to Ron furloughed federal workers are back on the job that expect expecting to get back pay this week. But it's possible. The government could shut down again next month, if congress can't work out a compromise on border wall funding, President Trump thinks the chance of that's less than fifty fifty. If no deal is reached though, the president is suggesting he will move ahead with a plan to declare a national emergency in order to build his wall. Despite the pleas from lawmakers in both parties to not go forward with that path. And of course, the court challenges that would almost immediately be filed. Fox's guarantee any fewer sharks went on the attack last year. Florida museum natural history. Researcher says there were sixty six shark attacks last year down from eighty six in two thousand seventeen about half were in US water for the bites fatal.
"museum natural" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Getting bigger. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. And who assessment just out also predicts the economy will get weaker. Fox's Jared Halpern live at the capital. The thirty five day partial government, shutdown cost the US economy three billion dollars that won't recover. That's according to new estimates from the Congressional Budget Office. The CPO reports says economic growth in the last quarter of two thousand eighteen was down. One tenth of a percent expected to be down two tenths of a percent. The first quarter of this year furloughed federal workers, not contributing as much to economic activity and delays in federal spending on goods and services are the main reasons of dampened economic growth, the CBO says Jared Howard Schultz says America's nearly twenty two trillion dollars in debts is a reckless example, not only of Republicans, but Democrats as well and the former Starbucks CEO is getting a lotta reaction for telling CBS, sixty minutes. I am seriously thinking. Of running for president as an independent. Some Democrats are telling Scholtz don't presidential candidate. Julio Castro said on CNN, essentially, it would provide Donald Trump with with his best hope of getting reelected. President Trump tweeted Howard Schultz doesn't have the guts to Ron furloughed federal workers are back on the job today expecting to get back pay this week. But it's possible. The government could shut down again next month, if congress can't work on a compromise on border wall funding, President Trump thinks the chance of that's less than fifty fifty. If no deal is reached though, the president is suggesting he will move ahead with a plan to declare a national emergency in order to build his wall. Despite the pleas from lawmakers in both parties to not go forward with that path. And of course, the court challenges that would almost immediately be filed. Fox's guarantee any fewer sharks went on the attack last year. Florida museum natural history. Researcher says there were sixty six shark attacks last year down from eighty six in two thousand seventeen about halfway in US water for the bites were fatal on Wall Street. The Dow's.
"museum natural" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Says she is very aware of the parallel. We are always concerned about what's going to happen in the future with modern rapid climate change that experiment has already been run in the past. And so we just have to go back into the past in look at it and evaluated and understand it another parallel disappearing species the causes and the players may be different. But the outcome could be the same. Some paleontologists have even started to call. Our current diversity crisis the sixth mass extinction. I think it's fair to call it a sixty six six should that hasn't played itself out Spencer, Lucas is a paleontologist at the New Mexico museum. Natural history. He's known in the field for being skeptical that the big five extinctions with a blockbuster wipeouts. They're made out to be even so he's not shy about putting a label on the climate change. We see today will scary about it to me as it's happening really fast. You know, this is an extinction. That's only happening so far on the scale of perhaps a few hundred years or less, Selena on the other hand isn't willing to go. That far yet are timeframe for defining mass extinction is on the order of thousands of years. So we have to be careful. However, the geology part of me that understands the long-term carbon cycle sees this as a major major event if you check back with me in a in a hundred thousand years or a million years I'd say probably we'll see this as a mass extinction. So who will be the winners and the losers of this mass extinction. If indeed we are going through one right now, the fighter sores are gone. So are all the non avian dinosaurs..
"museum natural" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Park. West. You really wanted this assignment, right? Len. Oh, yes. I volunteered for this. Not knowing the forecasts, of course, Lee. But we'll talk about that later. We just got an update from Macy's a few minutes ago from their officials were the balloons in. Here's the deal if you're just tuning in this morning here are a regular coverage. We do every year on ten ten wins. They will have the balloons in the parade. There's no concern about having them in there. The question is how long they can stay inflated because of the temperature. So the winds. Yes. A factor for the temperature so-called they had to keep shooting helium back into these balloons here to make sure that they'll be able to fly. So that'll be the issue. We'll be watching. But in terms of the floats, they go no matter what. And there's some new ones. Let's hear from Macy's executive producer Susan Terceira, actually, showing off five floats. So we have splashing safari adventure by Kalahari resorts and conventions. We have all pets by up on the shelf. We have rise to the teenage mutant ninja turtles we have a brand. New Tom Turkey float, and we have been tastic chocolate factory by Kendra. In fact, Tom Turkey returning this year Lee is on the move actually just moved them about a block from right in front of the museum. Natural history. Two blocks out there where I am here at seventy seven so Thomas all ready to go. Hope you are too. And we'll look for you out here. Gwen shock ten ten wins for live. The start of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade band. Speaking of Tom, this is a good day to come in out of the cold and get a thanksgiving dinner. And as always the Salvation Army will be serving them up today for the needy in the past we served about eight hundred so we're in two thousand this year. That's from the one meal throughout the city. We have some other interest going on the weakest thanksgiving all told we will serve about fourteen thousand individuals just for thanksgiving. That's major lane. Johnson of the Salvation Army. Thanksgiving dinner will the beginning at eleven o'clock at headquarters on fourteenth street, if you're headed out to the Macy's parade better dress for the occasion, this team was telling us Wendy very cold today, despite the sun temperatures in the low twenty s and a real feels in the single digits during the parade. Good news looks like we're going to be able to get the balloons up at least as regards the win. The helium is another matter. Twenty one degrees now, clear skies humidity. Thirty eight percent wins north west of fifteen they're gusting to twenty five twenty one. We're going up to twenty seven. He AccuWeather real feel is six wins. News time six oh six. Amtrak blaming a mechanical problem for two cars, separating on a New York City bound train near Albany last night. Helen crane was aboard with a few hundred other holiday, travelers all of a sudden, we started hearing, a strange noise. And when I look back I saw sparks. She says somebody went for the emergency brake. He pulled it.
"museum natural" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Let me ask you a question. Okay. How do you track Wales? With my drone my drone. No. I don't track Wales. Oh, man. You go out on a boat with your Benach yours. Yeah. Are blow and then you try and follow their plumes. Yes. There is another way that you track whales, historically, which is by their poop. So there there's there's boats that all they do is go around and scoop up wail poop that floats fun fact, and then they can figure out who. And what kind of whale has been in the area so up until today? This was the main method of tracking whales was through well watching through occasionally some sonar stuff but overall occasionally poop. Not super effective. So they would researchers would try to follow these wail migrations try to estimate population size. Well, there's a new technology on the scene from max our technologies digital globe. Which is a system that uses high resolution satellite images to detect count and describe Wales when time maximum images, I think is max images. They sent me a picture of burning man. They do they do satellite imagery. Yeah. So I guess there. There are third party that does satellite imagery, and then you can kind of request images through them. So this is a new theory that using some of those images we can track Wales actually four different species. So this is. It's it makes sense Wales are big the thing about Wales. Okay. Wales are big. I'm backing it up. We all know whales are big. But until you see a whale in real life, or at least wail scaling skeleton scaling. Speak with the words. A real skeleton or real whale in person, or at least a scale model. You don't understand what big means? So I encouraged everybody to find the nearest museum natural history's Eum. Whatever it is that has some of these things on ground level because I know growing up as a kid I would go to the money bakeware him. They have Wales whale model. That's up above your head. You don't really understand? But when you you see it, actually, it was at the Lawrence hall of science is the one where I saw the whale skeleton on the ground in front, and I could really see the the sheer. It sounds stupid. But the sheer size of this enormous thing, you just don't get it. So what you see that you go? Okay. Yeah. Maybe you can see these things from space right there. So big. So this is looking specifically at southern right whales off Argentina humpback whales off a wife fin whales in the Mediterranean and grey whales off the coast of Mexico, and they've identified ten key pop. Already. They just started this. This is from we'll ecologist Hanoch coup bun. Yes. From the British Antarctic survey. I can't say normal words. How can I say that word at university in Cambridge? She says, quote, this is the most detailed imagery of whales captured by satellites to date. It's exciting that the improved resolution reveals characteristic features such as flippers and flukes which can be seen in the images for the first time. So if they can see specifics in flippers and flukes that means they can identify individual populations. Wow. So she says whales live in all oceans, many areas are difficult to access by boats or planes. The traditional means of.
"museum natural" Discussed on WEIRD HEAT
"They sent. Hello and welcome to the heat. I'm Brian Altana. This is max Scoville. We are talking about toys. This is one of our favorite topics in the world. We've done a lot of sad, miserable morose topics on the ship before, and I think it's probably time to do something that's a little more upbeat and fund, which might also still get sad and miserable morose. So what are toys? I don't. That's a, that's a great question. I think by by definition of toys, like anything that is designed solely for the purpose of play? Yes. So that that does that mean games or toys? I've gotten into this debate with myself and others and even on social media before about whether or not video games are toys, whether or not musical instruments toys, I would say or computers really anything I, I would say for the purpose of this discussion, we can focus on toys as sort of the tactile tangible, small plastic year. Figure shaped hat tells a keyword there also like toys games that don't have rules. Again, our thing that I mean, obviously you could be like, yeah, ball as a toy. But if you play a game with the ball, then it becomes a game, you know, sort of upset of, I don't know. We're getting, we're getting, you know, complicated here. I wanna talk about action figures. We talk about that. I think that's that's an important sort of difference right there because action figures to me are something I gravitated to his very young kid and the more I think about them as an adult action figures and cars, and dolls, and all this kind of stuff that kids love. I put them next to like art and music and Santa Claus in the categories of things that kids really love and that many people just grow out of forever. Yeah, towards her thing that there's that there's that bible verse. That's like when I was a child. I spoke like a child. I put away my childish things and it was like everyone died at age twenty three back then. Yeah. Like like lead in the water. You got married when you were twelve. Kids and the coolest toy was probably like a like a stick that had like a leaf on it or something. No, that's actually important that you bring that up because I think that something that's really fascinating Matola is like art and like music people in the most primitive scenarios in the in the most sort of like resource Lewis environments in history, find a way to make toys. I mean, we see this in sort of like art museums in ancient cultures and stuff like that history museums, people will build children will build dolls and figures and action figures and stuff like that. Also. I mean, you look at like ancient ancient shit, and it's funny. We actually went to the museum natural history in New York together. We're in New York for for Comecon doing those were walking around in the shooting videos about all these brand new collectibles and toys and action figures. And we're like, we had a, we had some free time. So I went to, you know, the the museum we walked around. We looked at all these little these little figurines and trinkets and we're like, man, these new amoeba are really, really letting us down and it's, you know, it's like. Ancient like totems and in in like little little statuettes and like most things you know there are there the versions of those things that children are making playing with, and then there's the version that the adults are playing with and making or not really playing with posing or sitting letting sit there and the adults are always like, this is not a toy. Like for me when I was a little kid, my dad was really into sports and I was not, and I had action figures and he had sports trophies. And like if I went and moved them around, he'd be like, those aren't toys and why..
"museum natural" Discussed on Bad Science
"I, I want to able to war and then I'm on the fence. He is. He's your man. I definitely in the middle. Okay. I was not mad watching it. Okay. I think that says a lot about a movie. I was entertained watching it I, I wasn't upset watching the film. I just for some reason there was going to be more tax lien. And yeah, I agree with that. Okay. But there were some really high quality attacks jor for Sherman. There are some grandma brash affects anytime that was a lull. They threw Bridget Burgess acid into the water, and I really respected that. Yeah, I was going to say from just the female main character scenario hit that they're setting up here. She is just. They made her very annoying and like complaining over the top. I think that was unnecessary to make that character. So she was very one dimensional. Yes, this that's actually my biggest complaint about the film. The. I mean, look, I'm a curator to natural history museum. This is supposed to be a curator at a natural history museum in York. Well, there's one really, really, really big, famous naturalist amusement York. That's the American Museum natural history. So more or less, this is like a curator from the American Museum of natural history. In somehow you're taking a paleontologist and you're supposed to suggest that they're not comfortable being in a tent or they're not comfortable area, or they're scared of mosquitoes, and it did. It bothered me that it was this like stereotype of like a woman in the woods because the reality is you take, you know, a female Curators from a major natural history museum, and she is going to be a bad ass in the woods. I would have loved. She's going to be, you know, the person with like the most natural history knowledge about these animals since she's going to be amazing campaign and she's going to be amazing that field work. Yeah, they didn't play up any of that. She could have been. She could have been this like incredibly should have been more like amazing, Oliver, Platt's character. This guy came in randomly into the film without any explanation really. And he's the one that has this tech and he's knowledgeable about the crocodiles, and she's just kind of like, I don't really want to hear damsel in distress and with no credentials. They allow him to sort of do his like, you know, here's the man with the money. We're gonna listen to what he says, whereas you know why not play up the fact that you actually have the scientists, right? Especially really should be like the super knowledgeable per head of the time people around. Absolutely. I would've loved that. And then the other female character who's very small is this like officer woman and she's just wants to have sex with. Yeah, that's it. So I thought that was wake vary. Then the earlier in the earlier woman in their Murska guitar. Her character again, back at the museum and again, like nothing but involved in some way. Try. Behind the scenes. So no one cared. The most frustrating thing about the about this movie is like how harsh toward their female characters. The exception of Betty white. Amazing. Yep. Anyway is good. Good call claims. She killed her husband. We ended up. Did she lies to the cops. That was a lie. She lied to the cops about killing her. She had not actually killed her husband. Yeah, the crocodile in and out a little bit of the totally. Yeah. If you were following intensely, I'd be more. Let's so in fact. The movies, like what eighty five minutes or something. I laughed out loud. It's just long time. Yeah, yeah. It's not. I wouldn't call it a horror movie. It's just a mean, I think if you're into that Jonah of like these weird animal movies, this one. It's a weird animal movie. Yeah, totally. Terms is not true. Not a horror, comedy, how are you trying? Yeah, yeah, Shurmur is is good. It's fun. And this movie was fun too. I'm not trying to crap on it. It was fun. Just a little I, yeah, I little week..
"museum natural" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And this is NPR news When President Trump spoke, alongside President Putin in Helsinki he undercut the work. Of his own Justice department the probe is. A disaster for our country I, think it's kept. Us apart kept us separated there. Was no collusion at all Trump's embrace of Russia and attempt locations this afternoon on all, things considered from NPR news It's all things considered airing beginning at four thirty this afternoon Good. Morning I'm Noel king in, one thousand nine hundred fifty three the. Town of Fort, Smith, Arkansas, outlawed dancing in. Public on Sundays the mayor said Sunday dances endangered public health it became known as the footloose law after the Kevin bacon movie about. A teen who moves to a town where dancing is forbidden And then most people. Forgot it existed a resident, recently alerted the city director he introduced. To repeal it, was, unanimous, the people of. Fort Smith can kick off their Sunday. Shoes it's morning edition celebrating three decades pulse of the planet here's it program from our archives We're listening to. The sounds of the. Red footed tortoise they're one of many species of turtles around the world that. Are being threatened, by extinction I'm Jim Mitzner and this. Is the pulse of the plant Michael Clemens is director of turtle conservation for the American Museum. Natural history read for the, seven hundred by peoples of South America for generations really. Minimal impact the now I'll be in many large, cities and South America and, the Catholic church, as pacified tortoises as fish so proud. Of holy week there is a tremendous collection of red for the tourists all over South America is, much more sophisticated methods modern ways of transporting tortoises thousands of tortoises collected and. Into the cities for. Consumption his America what was once a small, cottage industry now becomes mechanized and, sophisticated urban market for them and. All of a sudden being removed a numbers that can. Possibly replenish lesion they can't be replenished is that turtles have a relatively long lifespan but. For a species, to survive they need to continue to breathe And lay eggs over thirty to fifty year period now on. The face of large scale, commercial exploitation the outlook for the next generation of turtles. Looks grim we have to devise programs local peoples, can continue to hunt and, fish turtles turtles, are replenished we didn't need the people. That are. There on site to see an absolute economic benefit to conservation because people are gonna have, to share world they just want to sort of make the apportionment old at. One of the turtles. This archive of programs part of our thirtieth,.
"museum natural" Discussed on Science Friday
"So it was probably the antar ticked architecture but i would love to work in the arctic yeah in the arctic so that was actually the yeti crab that i talked about is where that was found and so i was on one of the expeditions that explored the first ever hydrothermal vents discovered in the southern ocean and it was just laid in with the yeti crabs as well as stoked panicles almost like car washes with the with the push through the komo's and you've got the scrum than wash qasr that's pretty much it just because it was so laden with monica lls science friday from wnyc studios talking about what's what's what's undo this e with diva ayman a marine biologist and a research fellow with the natural museum natural history museum in london when i was an aunt dr many years ago i saw people who were fishing for the what they call it the antarctic cod because they were looking for the blood to see the talk about and those days the antifreeze that was in the blood of the fish but they would talk about stuff i mean because they shelf drops off right there right the continental shelf just dives right down and you can go really deep off that shelf on find stuff very deep underwater that's not just an antarctic i mean the bahamas as well they're lots of places where the drop off is actually really close to land curabaz bahamas and so on it's actually just sort of a stone's throw away not as remote and far as you would think so what do you what what would be your dream find you talked about a muscular muscle you pulled up.
"museum natural" Discussed on Full Court Press
"And you have to take a ticket and says come back and five hours and you'll get on the ride but sarah in jenin try to do that when i was working in dc and they son none of the monuments we had no idea work that way but sunny is amazing there's a lot of other stuff fifty if i were there i'd want to see the new african american museum that would be amazing that's something that's been put in place since i left there but i can't wait to see that so what's top of your list well these sony museums natural history and aerospace and also the african american i tried to see that one yesterday but all this is easter weekend and there's tons of people in town walking around been great i was able to see some of the monuments kind of walk through and i've seen those before but so yeah african american museum aerospace and also museum of natural history there's three that relate to hit cool how fun he's glenn i'm greg we're talking about the lakers bucks thunder and cavaliers hang on you you just said he's glenn i'm greg that's one mcsherry knows we have straight i'm greg you're glen yeah they wouldn't known that because because we're always we're exactly yeah we're trying to do a more informal interest so he is greg i'm lyn we're here to talk about lakers books thundering cavaliers is our normal fourteen four matt's this is a week later than planned i had travel plans that were challenging greg i had one window where we could record last weekend and none of the technology it's our only window was unavailable due to a logical challenges we very quickly decided to not record last weekend record this begin based on the fact that chris and i have been very active on our crossover episodes and hope that our listeners have been enjoying those most recent one that came out was fixing the grizzlies and greg i don't think you know this but we are now moving on from fixing the nba to a new fem called are we there yet for the offending teams we recorded on the rocket three that should be out before this one that we're recording is coming out and we're arguing over whether or not the next which should be the sixers or.
"museum natural" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the wbz newsroom at a white house ceremony today president trump did not comment on the controversy surrounding his reported vulgar description of immigrants from eighty and africa earlier on twitter he denied saying anything derogatory at a meeting in the oval office yesterday state senator linda nursing a four you first generation asianamerican called the president's comments demoralizing end up setting health officials in new hampshire are reporting five flu related deaths among adults in the granted state a dangerous blue is spreading rapidly across the country escalating flu season earlier than usual wall street the dow up two hundred points nasdaq up forty two and the s a b five hundred is up sixteen a new hampshire woman is convicted on multiple charges including negligent homicide after her mother is found dead on the floor lying in her own waste catherine saint till brown was found guilty days after her daughter was sentenced to two to four years on similar charges now both were accused of leaving seventyfiveyearold nancy parker on the floor of a record or home in 2016 brown's is to be sentenced at a later date after months of debate over some controversial monuments in new york city it seems now that most of them are staying right where they are unleashing like the bait about confederate statues grew to include other figure with controversial histories like christopher columbus his statue at the foot of columbus avenue is staying so is teddy roosevelt outside the american museum natural history and french nazi collaborator on refunding potenza name played on broadway the city will add clarifying historical information to each marker the only statue of victory was that of j marion seems a gynaecologist who experimented on black slave women his statue will be moved from central park the brooklyn cemetery where he's berry aaron katersky abc news new york wbz news time one fiftieth state police trooper hurt this morning after risk cruiser was struck by a tractor trailer truck on the mass pike in framing ham the impact bushley the marked suv over the guardrail and into the woods the.
"museum natural" Discussed on KGO 810
"To figure out where the limit on where the lines drawn you know it's glad you just happen to this whole thing really it's it's been happening i think cavemen were really roofless for the cave women were they they had may all that in a youth adult male dinosaurs iraq to the museum natural history there was a bar a pickup bar for the male dinosaurs and they abuse all the women which is their arriving low snacks are eating an island were a building and then near the multinationals which nick up behind uh so glad it's it's it's long overdue billions of years billions of years yup i would have about your friend luisa k what's the story there what a two sisters under this is like a this is mueller hey what it feels like when mueller that's exactly will and i hope it doesn't i which really great would love that guy yeah because i mean and what what are we doing our hope on this entire country on disc at god knows no no i know i i i never hung with louise ko's as big a shock when i heard that this i didn't even know the the rumors until just before the story came out and i was one of these i never know if this is crazy out online things are not and i felt horrible for the victims and i felt shocked about c k but you know i got to say something you i'm i'm a comedian but i'm a man and a human being first in the you know what the hell man this is going on and dairy queens than k and i'm not i'm just saying in stores are national use a generic name but it's all over the place to sign and then decent have microphones but he gonna do you know the milkman on my rouch abusing new where she going to get on the news no one's going to care so i i don't know how they're going to address all these other women are abused to you and touch that iraq to anything like i don't want to touch it you talk about your favorite subject in may you well because why not people who don't want it think about that everyone has crap going on in their lives actually forget your stuff deal would myself and then go out and say thank god i'm.
"museum natural" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Of the very bloody and brutal dakota war that occurred in eighteen sixty two in the very middle of the civil war where there were eight hundred settlers mostly women and children by the way who were slaughtered and they weren't slaughter by the cavalry they were slaughtered by some of the native american warriors some of the same ones who were then put on trial for murder and rape in any of it why theodore roosevelt and if theodore roosevelt is going to be attacked if abraham lincoln is going to be attacked should we have any statues of anybody who should we have statues of who who would be permissible to include and statues one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six here's the story about the teddy roosevelt statue one of my favorite places in new york city is the museum of natural history which is a phenomenal museum i love museums natural history general el i've museums generally but the new york museum of natural history whenever i have friends who go to new york and they haven't been there before they haven't been their long tacit gold museum of natural history because it is so phenomenal that's such a fascinating collection of stuff and different exhibits and different eras of the exhibits an okay theodore roosevelt as a private citizen and then as governor of new york and then as president of the united states and then as a former president a theodore roosevelt was one of those people who was response bowl for collecting specimens for the museum of natural history for supporting it for building it into the great institution it is and they have honored him with a statue in its role again is a wonderful statue showing him on horseback which he was very proud of he led a special regiment in the spanishamerican war called the rough riders which was composed of equal parts of former polo players in ivy league schools as theodore roosevelt was from harvard and then there were a bunch of cowboys who he he had recruited real cowboys because he had gone out and spend time as a cowboy in a ranch in north dakota during a time when he was mourning the death of his wife and his mother who died within 24 hours of each other and in.
"museum natural" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hands of her young actors hear what what surprised you the most about working with the young people in this film i think really what surprise me about working with these kids is how little different it was really a from working with with adults it's definitely true that we cast some extremely bright and precocious and in curious kids who took their their their jobs in their characters and the story very very seriously and and we're very generous with their ideas and were really very into it you know but i also think it's true about this age this aides of around twelve years old which all three of the central characters in the movie rosen the black and white story bannon color story in a little boy he meets in the museum natural history jamie they're all about twelve and it's this kind of amazing time i and i can speak maybe more as from for boys than than women but because puberty has not hate yet and you there is a clarity of vision there's a sort of wisdom about the world that is pretty remarkable and one might argue we never really exceed in la voin on for various reasons militant simmons who plays roche she's death she is daft and wonder struck of their first film role yeah how did you find her it worked with my casting director laura rosenthal i've been working with for many years masing and she enlisted heard small department in emissions of relief first get to know where the deaf communities sort of collect around the united states and start to list start soliciting unnoticed as about this this role oh but we were on the search for this this kid to be in movie and.
"museum natural" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"The same ancestors dawn's was batons was themselves me moderate algeria an would not reptiles his hardline stand they are basically closely related to birds in fact goods uh don so it's really art birds more closely related to the dinosaurs than martyr reptiles are my understanding really from the file logistic tree at the american museum natural history is that birds and dinosaurs uh this really the same thing to the death of asia was the reptiles as what i'm saying so saw got birds being the descendants of dinosaurs without mentioning the crocodile and is that true is at dick's the product i dunno crocodile as the worst bird mislead terrible durres neither of us is it is a is a is a paleobiologist but but so all i can say is i don't they were never dinosaurs the size of new york city buildings this all right and i all i want to say is is there a limit to this universe i would say at salute lee yes seen that not everything that can exist does that sunni for do you he noted it's an educated guess uh i think an was i don't think so they can exist that you think doesn't need something that can exist well for example the mathematics of of of say uh of relativity describe things like william holes in you know quantum mechanics has its tacky owns these leading star trek is unreal labor like if i am it again emitted again pulse i would say 'infinite universe contains an infant number of things but it doesn't contain everything that you can imagine i said the laws of physics still have to be obeyed uh well i so i'm with you on that so you're not going to have that empire state building sized reptile because you can't hold a selftaught jack was a very interesting about this they teach this i don't think teaches outside of like physics what a one by so so as you get bigger yet your volume grows.
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"About how the money is getting really bad reviews that actually though getting killed the amine hillary of the movie noted i mean the move now the tom cruise who fifty judge netti absolutely destroyed and they're now saying they think they think week to weekend to of wonderwoman woman will beat it at the box office ever now i was gonna say they will not going to but i i'm surprised philippe for the best ally to want to give these people blissett he's the kind of thing about the backlash about wonderwoman but to tom cruise very rarely makes a bomb yeah so this would be a very and how the other hand have many mummy movies dini they they moved very quick very slowly sure if it's a really the best of the monsters i guess the black lagoons ouattara he's gotta the up there i think from from the trailers i've seen for this movie the mummy moves pretty quickly in his one okay it's like the fast sambas now that we had an abortion no more sollozzo arbi's mummies exhibit right now at the museum natural history yeah look so my friend invited me to go and i have not done that woke towns more interesting than the movie based on the reviews i'm saying it's fesseha wellpreserved they are and how they bury them though these sorts of things they're lyneham in and you know you can get their dna reconstruct their faces it's crazy yeah that's insane well all right well let's talk about i guess but start with some serious up all i think joining us at the 630 will be a liberal commentator crisan so i'm sure he'll have some nice i want to talk about clinton number one that that mike rogers clip okay hang on i will play that right now in the three plus years that i have been the director of the national security agency to the best of my recollection i had never been directed to do anything i believed to be illegal immoral unethical or inappropriate and to the best of my recollection.