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"Use talk eight forty J. X. N. T. thanks for joining us on this Monday many Americans heading back to the factory and the office says the corona virus pandemic eases will soon begin to notice that their every move is being watched or recorded Conrad put seer reporter at the Wall Street journal has put together a list of changes will see upon our return Conrad would be noticed basically always noticed and companies are preparing to go back to work and really everything's gonna change and bring people come back to the office whenever that may be everything could be different companies are really installing some very futuristic technology offices so when you walk to the office a lot of companies are gonna have a thermal camera in the lobby that basically comments arts takes your temperature and if you have a fever someone maybe will stop you and say Hey you receive it what do you do in the office go back home because all the stuff that's being installed in the office itself for example as censored in the wall we keep track of how crowded the room is and the ideas you know you don't want to have too many people in a single room because that because maybe spread the violence on disaffected so there's going to be censored Monsanto's things apps that the company they're working on the ticket we keep track of how good you are social distancing so if you spend all day more than six feet away from your coworkers you get a great score at the end of the day and you you know the five year eighty percent so good about yourself here we found someone else's neck all the time and you get a bad score and that was all this essentially surveillance tactics being added to the office right now so you referenced of thirty Rockefeller Center in New York City these thermal cameras is that something that as an employee you would notice that you have to specifically walk under one or something like that it really how do they work it's it's it's you would it's not like you go through a metal detector you would probably notice that there's different personal some of the largest cameras it took a quick security cameras right and start healing there are the other version but it basically on a tripod if you pay attention you'll notice them but it's not like you have to live up to like a little detector type structure to get you started I thought it was interesting to you referenced inter public the drug doing groupings of employees how self so this is a whole different thing what we talked about companies essentially putting more surveillance technology include offices the other big thing that we've noticed is companies essentially thinking about dividing employees answer groups based on how at risk they are for the virus so put into public is thinking about they haven't definitively decided to do this yet but they're thinking about potentially putting people into groups based on their health status so say you're young and healthy and you have antibodies against the virus you could save you and wonder if you're young and healthy but don't have antibodies you're probably mostly safe but a little bit more wrecks so you're in trouble too and if you're old or have pre existing conditions are a smoker get the most at risk in two different groups three and the idea behind putting employees into these different groups is essentially you want to know when you can send which people back to the office and you want to send people who at least at risk back in the office first that could be that way you avoid liability of your employees getting sick things Conrad Conrad puts here from the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news special report corona virus update the White House is trying to contain an outbreak that has infected staff close to the president and vice president a correspondent Joe Johns reports some members of the task force ourself isolated a number of scientists on the corona virus task force have decided to quarantine themselves out of concerns that they might in fact other persons there are also concerns here about the fact that an outbreak inside the White House complex has now occurred some people deciding to come to work others who have been exposed to people who tested positive have decided to say they're not coming France and Belgium began reopening from lockdowns the Netherlands send children back to school in Greece and Spain further east restrictions in those countries they face the balance I'm trying to restart without creating a new wave of coronavirus games hi Mike Moore individuals and businesses with tax problems listen carefully if.
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"K. X. N. T. welcome back to the bench we have study after study they're not coming out showing that cold nineteen is much more prevalent in the population than originally suspected how's it been weeks and we still don't have antibodies as wise been left to private entrepreneurs and universities like Stanford to do this testing how is it the CDC has not done random antibody testing in hot spots in the United States to determine how many people actually have these things last week are actually earlier this week I reported to you that there is eight eighty study that was done in New York or something like two hundred and fifteen pregnant women came in and fourteen percent of them had called in nineteen but only one point nine percent of them actually had symptoms of cold in nineteen which suggests that the vast majority of people who had called in nineteen or have called the nineteen or a symptomatic that means is that the denominator in your case fatality rate even in New York City is really really high like a lot higher than it has been made out to be and now we have another proof of this according to one study the head of Netherlands National Institute for health is an amazing job on diesel announced on Thursday that three percent of all people in the Netherlands have the antibody for called in nineteen eight three percent which is really high sounds low I will tell you why that is really actually quite high so the Netherlands as of last night and twenty eight thousand three hundred eighty three diagnosed cases in the Netherlands with three thousand three hundred twenty seven deaths that would mean about eleven percent case fatality rate I really high basically you get this thing you are in serious trouble in the Netherlands however that ends my test shows that three percent of the population of the Netherlands actually already has the antibody which means they already have this thing that means five hundred eighteen thousand four hundred cases of coronavirus based on the population of eighteen million people who live in the Netherlands so instead of twenty nine thousand diagnosed cases of twenty eight thousand diagnosed cases you're talking about an order of magnitude time and and then multiply that by two the number of people who actually have these things are twenty times the number of people had this thing as as the actual reported cases are that means that the case fatality rate in terms of death over a number of people who actually have this thing is not eleven percent it's put in zero point six percent zero point six percent it takes down my full level of magnitude and then divide that by two I take it down by a factor of twenty but as you increase the denominator by twenty and you are decreasing the death rate by a factor of twenty and by the way again worthy of note that in the Netherlands the case fatality rate by age is wildly disparate I think I'm looking at these the this is from a status that you start dot com looking at the case fatality rate the case fatality rate in the Netherlands which allegedly has an eleven percent case fatality rate according to Johns Hopkins coronavirus data for everyone under the age of twenty four there is a zero percent case fatality rate twenty five twenty nine point one thirty to thirty four point one thirty five thirty nine point one forty to forty four point one forty five to forty nine point two then just like in the United States it starts to elevate once you hit fifty right then zero point nine one point five two point nine for people who are over the age of between sixty and sixty four six point four for sixty five to sixty nine and then it starts to really elevate to the point where if you are eighty to eighty four years old there's a twenty two point four percent case fatality rate what does this suggest it suggested it's idiotic to treat people who are young and healthy like people who are older when you are trying to come out of this thing it just makes no sense beyond that there is some serious question about exactly how you're gonna test for these things as we'll see everybody's saying fast testing vest.
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"On second thought it's not okay this is coast to coast AM one K. X. N. T. and there you have it they've been partners of the show for years Dr Wallich with us for critical health news dot com we'll get your final calls as well docu is one thing that concerns me about this so called coronavirus if they got it to the point of a ratification around the planet of all of this started from one person and Wuhan China what's to say it's not going to start all over again well unless there is a basic change of getting rid of the gluten so everybody can absorb all the nutrients necessary for their bone marrow really able to make white blood cells and antibodies to eat the virus it will keep recycling you think about it pandemics occur every fifty to a hundred years and again the big one in recent times was that Spanish flu in nineteen eighteen and nineteen nineteen five hundred million people are infected fifty million people died okay H. one N. one they got a vaccine part is still kills forty thousand in the United States alone every year okay because people haven't changed basic process everybody not supplementing with a ninety everybody's not avoiding the best of the gluten to maximize absorption because gluten damages are lining their intestines and reduce the efficiency absorption and that's the basic underlying problem we got to get to the basics and and this is a teaching process and one of things if people become either preferred customer representative we have the truly what we call the trilogy of books they don't have to know go to school for twelve years as Chile you book to call let's play doctor was the herbal doctor passport or what their meaning call your number and go online your your website and get this chilly your books let's play doctor was the herbal doctor peppermint there be still teach him how to deal George with nine hundred different diseases while using vitamins minerals and herbs why don't they call the flu pandemic the six hundred fifty thousand people die worldwide from the seasonal flu to me that's a pandemic it is a pandemic but see then that would say that the government is falling short of doing their job it's about just a seasonal flu what do you do about it okay we have accidents okay well that's because it again the medical profession is kind of failing is here as well as the government because they're not telling people Hey you have some responsibility in the saying you know you get the flu comes regular symptoms and that's every year every year six hundred fifty thousand people die across the planet every minute and then forty to seventy thousand die each year in America from the common flu that's crazy let's go to Thomas a lawyer California Tom go ahead hi George thank you for taking my call and god bless you and our entire coast to coast community thank you and your wallet my money on jeopardy thank you Sir now my question is legislators are talking about mandatory vaccines and I consider a vaccine injected into the bloodstream Poisson use survey young jabber the magic bullet of silver bullet to neutralize flush out any products seem there is mandatory there we are forced to take to travel you know to travel on mass transit okay well that's a that's question I get literally hundreds of times a day your emails and calls and things in letters and and postcards want to speak at the last one the first questions people are asking especially now and the answer is yes there's something you can do number one you get rid of gluten no we barrows who can maximize absorption of the good stuff okay avoid all the best of your diet no fried foods no presence means no oils.
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"Coast to coast AM with George Noory on you stock eight forty J. X. N. T. so last night on coast to coast AM thought we were talking in the first couple of hours with the a doctor or a nutritionist his name was doctor Douglas and I really enjoyed talking to mark because he had a or John sorry because he had such a distinct perspective on co morbidity and he was saying that we we can we can do things ten narrowed the margin of error when it comes to cove in nineteen by taking care of the things which code nineteen tends to trigger and that those things we can make better in you know if we if we really try and it won't take much to build up our immune systems better than where they are now and that that could give us a surviving rate that right now doesn't seem to be that promise and I love that and we we were we also and I think this is where some people are naturally we were kind of at one point thinking optimistically that there might be something good that could come out of this not that any large percentage of the population dying could ever be considered good but we don't know what life is like on the other side of covert nineteen we tend to get very focused on the now war some people might get focused on being able to say I told you so in one way or another later on that's okay that's up to them up but I I think what we've seen is that this will be a game changer and this societies worldwide will change the country Kissinger had said something which I reported from from drudge which said that that that the world order will be altered by covert nineteen and many other people have made similar predictions that are kind of dire and maybe even a little scary but other people keep pointing out that there could be some benefits to this and I I was struck by a story that's on our website factors to that coast to coast AM dot com one that you should know about in case you want to participate in it not for tonight but there's an address and email address for you to send to our web producer lex loan hood he's seeking contributions for an article he's writing about nightmares during the period of the coronavirus so if you've been having coronavirus nightmares go to coast to coast AM dot com and look at that email address and send your story to Lexi he would very much like to use it coming up but it's a story from the independent that caught my eye under the new section as you scroll down and it's this it's it's that because there are fewer factories running because there are fewer trucks running because there is less traffic and because there are fewer people that are moving about the the the covert nineteen lockdowns are making the earth move less bye since people in many countries are barred from leaving their homes and factories in traffic or ground to a halt the article says seismic noise the harm of vibrations of the planet's crust has stopped or at least dropped five minutes researchers told the independent that will change that the change will not only make it easier to detect earthquakes signals because they don't have to get through the white noise of the earth's you know customary vibrations because of industry but also provide humanity with the lesson for the environment these are vibrations from you know planes trains and automobiles people just going about their their day to day work but it's picked up by thousands of detectors worldwide that measure seismic waves a seismologist at the royal observatory in Belgium discovered that ambient seismic noise has fallen between thirty and fifty percent in Brussels in England a London seismologist said stations in the UK capital also found noise reductions last month immediately after the lockdown began at deck and it's not that that's going to be permanent but we can learn from these things right these are these are things that we can we can take a breath and we can we can find out what that's trying to tell us about maybe some aspects of art damage to the earth's crust did that we might not even be thinking about Bob and on top of that other scientists are saying that now because fewer people on the road highways are choked with people that light pollution has gone down air quality is clearer water quality is better I mean they're just all of these different things which are having a positive effect on the environment and maybe that's something that on the other side of this we can learn from so that that brought me to my question so I'm gonna frame this hour and I'll give the numbers coming up at the bottom of the hour but I want to frame this hour by asking you this question is what do you think could you be something good that could come out of the corona virus crisis it it doesn't mean that you will it doesn't have any I'm not asking you to like to swear on it are bad on it but if you've been thinking about it what what could do how could we benefit as you know as a human population how could humanity improves what might we do better after the coronavirus once we've been able to control it we hope and that is to say some amount of social distancing has finally flatten the curve somewhere along the line there's a vaccine we're able to stop it from ever coming back again in any mass numbers but it would have had it a huge cultural impact in economic impact it would have been it would have been flipped.
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"On second thought it's not okay this is coast to coast AM one J. X. N. T. so last night on coast to coast AM thought we were talking in the first couple of hours with the a doctor or a nutritionist his name was doctor Douglas and I really enjoyed talking to mark because he had a or John sorry because he had such a distinct perspective on co morbidity and he was saying that we we can we can do things ten narrowed the margin of error when it comes to cope with nineteen by taking care of the things which code nineteen tends to trigger and that those things we can make better in you know if we if we really try and it won't take much to build up our immune systems better than where they are now and that that could give us a surviving rate that right now doesn't seem to be that promise and I love that and we we were we also and I think this is where some people are naturally we were kind of at one point thinking optimistically that there might be something good that could come out of this not that any large percentage of the population dying could ever be considered good but we don't know what life is like on the other side of covert nineteen we tend to get very focused on the now or some people might get focused on being able to say I told you so in one way or another later on that's okay that's up to them up but I I think what we've seen is that this will be a game changer and this is societies worldwide will change the country Kissinger had said something which I reported from from drudge which said that that that the world order will be altered by covert nineteen and many other people have made similar predictions that are kind of dire and maybe even a little scary but other people keep pointing out that there could be some benefits to this and I I was struck by a story that's on our website factors to that coast to coast AM dot com one that you should know about in case you want to participate in it not for tonight but there's an address and email address for you to send to our web producer lex loan hood he's seeking contributions for an article he's writing about nightmares during the period of the corona virus so have you been having coronavirus nightmares go to coast to coast AM dot com and look at that email address and send your story to Lexi he would very much like to use it coming up but it's a story from the independent that caught my eye under the new section as you scroll down and it's this it's it's that because there are fewer factories running because there are fewer trucks running because there is less traffic and because there are fewer people that are moving about the the covert nineteen lockdowns are making the earth move less all right since people in many countries are barred from leaving their homes and factories in traffic or ground to a halt the article says seismic noise the harm of vibrations of the planet's crust has stopped or at least dropped researchers told the independent that will change that the change will not only make it easier to detect earthquakes signals because they don't have to get through the white noise of the earth's you know customary vibrations because of industry but also provide humanity with the lesson for the environment these are vibrations from you know planes trains and automobiles people just going about their their day to day work but it's picked up by thousands of detectors worldwide that measure seismic waves a seismologist at the royal observatory in Belgium discovered that ambient seismic noise has fallen between thirty and fifty percent in Brussels in England a London seismologist said stations in the U. K. capital also found noise reductions last month immediately after the lockdown began and that and it's not that that's going to be permanent but we can learn from these things right these are these are things that we can we can take a breath and we can we can find out what that's trying to tell us about maybe some aspects of art damage to the earth's crust did that we might not even be thinking about OB and on top of that other scientists are saying that now because fewer people on the road highways are choked with people that light pollution has gone down air quality is clearer water quality is better I mean they're just all of these different things which are having a positive and affect on the environment and maybe that's something that on the other side of this we can learn from so that that brought me to my question so I'm going to frame this hour and I'll give the numbers coming up at the bottom of the hour but I want to frame this hour by asking you this question is what do you think could you be something good that could come out of the corona virus crisis it it doesn't mean that you will it doesn't have any I'm not asking you to like to swear auditor bet on it but if you've been thinking about it what what could do how could we benefit as you know as a human population how could humanity improve what might we do better after the coronavirus once we've been able to control it we hope and that is to say some amount of social distancing has finally flatten the curve somewhere along the line there's a vaccine we're able to stop it from ever coming back again in any mass numbers but it would have had it a huge cultural impact in economic impact it would have been it would have if flip.
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"Beyond that's not botch an AV AGD coast to coast AM well come on you stock eight forty J. X. N. T. so you don't families everywhere I I know too who have been affected by cold at nineteen effect patient zero near where I live that it on the contract by the campus of Kansas State University a patient zero here was my a grading partner guy I'm teaching with and was on a trip to London he got it his sister has it his family got it one of the kids was on the trip who were students one of them got it I mean it's it's it's as is Dr John McDougall was saying you know this is an exceptionally difficult virus it's novel and it and one of those things that we hear a lot is how for example one of the people who died yesterday was a California mother who died one day after getting the diagnosis so I'll ask you doctor McDougal why why is this so unlike other flus were people may take weeks and weeks and weeks why does this one move so fast through the body do we know yeah no we don't know what the facts are your well you know Chris Coleman directives apple and they are you have a pretty good week and then you get worse than that you go to the hospital you'd see my two children who happen to be doctors out in Portland Oregon here down below there on the first line are they get a minute and then immediately number within a day within hours are they become well with respiratory distress they end up being ventilated are you heard about the run the hospitals in ICU and bandleaders I want to tell you though that you should not go to a hospital until you're ready to have the doctors all minister the last right so it's best you stay home and tell it to the very end are there Jacobean NY go in at all it's the very end what would be the point of going in if it's the very unpopular dispose of the body and and semis that our refrigerator trucks you don't want to die at home if you get put on a respirator the chance of getting off the respirator is a fewer than twenty percent and all that twenty percent ten percent should not have been on the respirator and sell it you know it's just the legal proceedings and Miller family we want to get to right now yeah it's an old people and I'm elderly and those with Corman comorbid problems are you know I wanna make the stadium is that I've been taking care of comorbid problems for the last forty six years right are you looking at I look it up people around me and they're overweight which is a cold water and factor they're diabetic in fact fourteen percent of the US population is frankly type two diabetic and I agree that that have heart disease dot Furthermore those who have cancer yeah in order a new diseases are put on drugs that suppress their immune system I would encourage all cancer patients except for those who have the key minimum Palmer and childhood cancers to immediately call their doctor on Monday and say what doc is cancer chemotherapy for breast cancer colon cancer prostate cancer lung cancer what do we need more good than harm the doctor tried to well you know we have nothing else well doctor isn't suppressing my immune system and of course it was people on chemotherapy yet viral infections an increased rate through their system is suppressed likewise I don't need to see the big on these biologics and the goal of biologic suppress your immune system now what I want to point out is that I have been treated with success and I need to check that I published two papers one in the journal nature she won an MSO related diseases which showed that that you.
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"X. N. T. all right welcome to the welcome to the program we're glad you're here I want you to understand that we are what we're dealing with with corona virus the president I think was out of sorts last night apparently had a big ink stain on his shirt from a panic right before he goes on C. span had the mikes opened it was kind of a Ronald Reagan we launch in a few minutes and he said the F. word can somebody help me I've got a big ink stain now my front of my church and so therefore was front and those yeah yeah and so he was out of sorts I've never seen him struggle like that before on something this important it's also not here it allows for changes is not really his four test I mean you need it it is important it was and and look what you know actions are the most important thing here of course yes so and I know that you know obviously Mike this is sort of a it does feel like a Mike pence type of moment where he's he's like really well equipped for this type of things which is why I was smart to put him in charge of it but he's but you know what the president is equipped to make the final decisions you know to be in here just not right now you know because everyone is against no matter what he does he's in a really tough situation and he has to below three hundred he's got to do it if he's going to win so here's the president last night addressing the nation saying look we're gonna make this because we're Americans but what he was the underlying tone on this was you must act right now that's why he said you know what no travel from Europe if you're European and you want to come over and visit visit us some other time for thirty days no travel one of the reasons why he did this is because in France they didn't cancel the Smurf conference summer have done yeah there's a lot of people dressed as Smurfs six tens of thousands yeah and they all gather together and all dressed as Smurfs and the government said you know what Hey we all need some laughs right now yeah we do go watch the summer sun cartoons if that's what you go that one makes you laugh right now is not the time to do that I mean one of the funniest things I've I've read since the global warming conferences were canceled due to snow storms the corona virus conference in Washington DC was canceled because of the corona virus things are changing rapidly and we the last thing we need to do is just start congregating and I want to really spend some time on that up in about a half an hour on our corona virus update we also have Jeff brown he's going to talk to us a little bit about the corona virus some really good news that is is coming on the on the vaccine front he's got some good news on that we'll talk a little bit about the economy and Jerry Wayne about the guy who is.
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"Stock eight forty J. X. N. T. and welcome back to coast to coast George dory with you along with Dr Yvonne the case and as we're talking about one of her many near death experiences this one occurred back in nineteen seventy nine in a plane crash and at this point Yvonne do you are out of the plane you've made your swimming episode your body is out of your physical body what's happening yes so I managed to swim to shore and I'm I'm sort of hovering above my body with most of my consciousness and where we crashed within a very remote region in northern Ontario in this ticket to have time to go on to some of the other things that happened to me I'm going to cut this short story that brief anyone who wants to hear more details I write about it in a lot of detail in my new book touched by the light anyway what happened was through a whole series of coincidences and just the grace of god we were rescued by a helicopter and we were brought to a nearby hospital in I believe it was Canora and I watch from above as you know we about hot the helicopter landed on the driveway at the hospital in the emergency room staff they wheeled out the little little trolleys that they have and they put me on a stretcher and I was wheeled into the hospital sign above my body watching this I'm watching is that a nurse is trying to take my temperature and she's a puzzled she can't get a reading on the thermometer and that's because I was so frozen so Cole Hamels dad yeah almost yeah that's right at my temperature was below what she could get on her regular thermometer reading and then all of a sudden I heard a voice say boy could I use a hot bath and I was really surprised to see that my physical body had spoken those words and the nurses were sort of laughing and they thought I was maybe regaining consciousness and but it turned out that a hot bath was actually what my freezing body needed I was hypothermic I return they should realize that and and then the nurses said to each other maybe that would help them maybe we should take them to the physiotherapy department and put them in the hot whirlpool baths so anyway that's what they did they wield our bodies on the stretchers down to the studio department and then they finally took off my ice encrusted clothes you know my coat and stuff and then they they put me my body into the hot whirlpool bath water and as I was being reheated in that hot water is when I felt my consciousness to re enter my body and what that felt like it was I heard this roaring noise and it was like a punch and it was like suddenly I was being sucked down from this big expanse of space above me it seems to the top of my head into the clash with the whisk into the small confines of my body and it was sort of that feeling like what we see on TV about a genie being sucked into a bottle you know question is suddenly being sucked into a tiny bottle that's what it felt like when my consciousness re entered my body and then suddenly there I was I found myself back in the small much smaller confines of my physical body in the hot whirlpool bath and I remember I was running my completely numb and frozen fingers along my legs and I was saying all I'm back I'm back I'm going to and then it was valid point that I knew that I had survived this experience now let's jump ahead to the nineteen ninety five experience what happened there nineteen ninety five I was in a big commercial airline that was flying from Edmonton to Toronto and remind me not to fly with you hello yeah but I've already survived these plane incident so I think it is safe to fly with me but I was flying in this aircraft and we were flying from Edmonton to Toronto which is where I live most of the time in Toronto.
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"X. N. T. but also the human experience of the war and we got to talk to some people it's almost ninety five years old they're allowed who really had a lot of great stories to tell us both about the attack and also about the executions that happen of American prisoners of war by the Japanese stuff throughout the war have any of those remains ever been found actually no no remains have been found yet for those executions and we still have a dedicated search the Japanese after the war were brought up on war crimes charges and as a result investigations were launched but the Japanese said that all that remains had been dug up and cremated or dropped out to sea yeah we still hold out hope that some of those remains in some areas and we have some pretty good leads could still be there and so choose very much for us is a two pronged searches both in the seeds inside the lagoon the finer claims within my age but also hopefully executed POW's on land as well while this is just all in keeping with the idea that our military never forgets and they're still looking I mean they're still dealing with World War one victims are they not yeah absolutely not long ago the S. more one victims and of course the submarine the Hunley from civil war even yes was founded and our primary focus your project covers warlords you yet non the cold war all the way up to the Gulf War you know for us on our is our expertise with university of Delaware and Scripps institution of oceanography with both of those groups are best capabilities are underwater sonar and a lot of people say why do you care about the planes in the answer and we don't care about the claims it's the guys on the inside of the planes are the grave markers if you will write one helps us find it so that's really our focus so you found these three bombers are you expecting that you're going to continue to look for the other you if you said I think there were twelve in that lagoon are there nine others you're still looking for there are nine others jobs from that strike alone there are a grand total we believe inside the lagoon thirty three aircraft thirty now remaining lifts the three that we just found that's gonna be a big lagoon though for all those to be there and you've only found three it's a large lagoon and you know hello for us the historical loss information is not always accurate you know we have the twenty fours that were supposedly lost on bombing raids and in many cases they say they were hit over the target but we don't really know when they crashed and so we have to sort of make a judgment on do you think this is a live in the lagoon how would we go about searching for this but like I said there were strikes on that would be announced from January nineteen forty four all the way through August nineteen forty five and now that included not just carrier aircraft but P. twenty fours B. twenty nine American fighter aircraft with rockets and even the British conducted an air strike on truck as well wow so is there a way for anybody to be involved in your organization you looking for people with certain roles how's that work well we are looking real people with certain roles but you're also always looking for volunteers and you're certainly are you know in my my history team I could always use volunteers I really encourage people to go to project recover dot org and look there too about how to apply and sign up to become a volunteer because he could use the help and we invite the help because we're a small organization that relies on fundraising and you can use all the help we can get we're very fortunate but we could use the help how many people are in your group ID project recover if you include the people that work with universities and with the nonprofit I would say we have a porch fifty people all together that are actively working throughout the year on our projects while well congrats to you all because this is a team effort no doubt and there's more news to come from this when the remains are recovered and brought back home congratulations and we look forward to hearing more success out of project recover thanks Colin thank you Scott I appreciate it he's calling Colborne he's the chief historian for project to recover and of course you can find out more at project recover dot org and coming up next we're gonna talk to the photo detective Maureen Taylor about this whole color is a Asian thing but is it just hit us square between the eyes for my heritage that's coming up next in five minutes on extreme genes America's family history show where did everybody go everybody's at McDonald's because the old bay filet O. fish with it tanky tasty tartar sauce is back but it's just too for five dollars and you can mix or match with the original filet O. fish but didn't they know they can get it with the delivery through ubereats or doordash skews me there is a.
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"I was with the once upon a that Donovan McNab N. T. L. okay you gotta redeem yourself there a little bit I could see that a little eagle's relationship Teo of course upset back in the day down but now I'm going to win the big one saying they didn't get the ball enough yet Freddy Mitchell thank in his hands I could I could see that relationship padding to have a little bit thank you for your contribution well done but I would say one down there Jordan Compton tweets and Sammy Sosa and the cubs I'll feel how do we feel on Sammy Sosa and the cubs did we ever feel like you just want like it it it tears me apart because I feel like Bob knight in Indiana like that would have that moment would so said running going back to Chicago would it have this moment were like wow this this rift has totally got us back together come by a moment I guess I guess maybe a little bit I could I could see Sosa in doing that how about Rick Patino Rick by being that would would Patino your little girl which program that's across it Kentucky kinda yeah I mean I think that mobile trying to I think the fact that he went to low volume after all those years just rubs Kentucky fans in such a wrong way but I have trouble with the fact that they can't set that aside the rivalry aspect and recognize what he was able to do for their program back then interesting I think it's too soon for the local program it's too fresh at this point I hope one day because here's the deal mean I was I think six or seven when he took over for Denny crown and I grew up going to the games of my dad and so like Tom your agent he was eighty at the time for all those years and Rick Pitino like father figures of the community yeah you know that's that's all you knew at least in my lifetime of local basketball and sell you know and they say that they you know and the chairmanship didn't happen I was there in Atlanta against Michigan state how absolutely happen and the banners not there anymore but he did a great deal for the program and the community overall I mean you can't you can't deny that so eventually down the road I would like to see that reunion and have been invited back in I don't but I don't know again this is kind of like the Bob knight situation not in terms of what happened and what went down but in terms of the bitterness that Rick Pitino now feels for the university and how he feels like they did him wrong on his way out right so I'm curious to see if he holds out as long as Bob knight did because it was it was a bit of a self imposed exile for Bob knight which is what Pat forty seven is common I couldn't think of better words to describe it because I you wanted him to come back into the fold ready a part of it but he was so reluctant and upset over all these years that he was the one who held out into your TVS Bobby knight this morning he be like I should have done that earlier in in in I I I I feel like at because you look at Bobby knight you can't help but think all right you know what Bobby wanted to make some amends and get back in and kind of come full circle and he did by the way we're getting a ton of people are saying Sammy Sosa and the cubs also people saying have a Kevin Garnett and ray Allen patched things up in the one I love your from Ashley Jones on Twitter at Peter burns ESPN and ESPN radio Jimmy Johnson should be in the cowboys ring of honor Jerry needs to do what's right that's one of those relationships that needs to get right that the fact that Jimmie Johnson is a hall of fame coach but not in the ring the cowboys ring of fame a ring of honor is is blasphemous in my mind absolute blasphemous it definitely is Brian Carlson tweets and and I don't wanna like maybe read this one because day after I don't know who she lists Joe Jackson is and then there was Joe Jackson from the heart of the black Sox scandal really nineteen ray Liotta and eight men out you guys are just saying a lot of words and any of them me it was go go watch eight men out with John Q. sack ray Liotta it was about the nineteen nineteen black Sox scandal where they absolutely really whatever is in the field of dreams as shoeless Joe Jackson I'm not sure who actually played in and wasn't out well there you go I think so how about me and that's a reconciliation we need to have university George coming up best out of the week ever and why I'm loving myself some day lowered that next year on ESPN radio for.
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"E. N. T. the throat and back surgeons and others offer to see him and cut off his nose and that is so on a patch of tissue to pretend that was in the house and he refused to rather than to accept something that was lousy he refused to just like this woman should've done should refuse that surgery that was useless but often patients don't know when to refuse useless surgery useless came our usual stream of this man refused to have his nose cut off for the cap on growing the mask upon growing and it took him six months till he found us and listener told him about radiosurgery New York and he came here and I saw him and we met we have the consultation afterwards from our together and we went across the street I want to cross the street to get a snack and so did he not knowing would be meeting at this other restaurant and we talked ten more minutes rebounded kind of over the consultation and over that little slack and he's about to leave him and I want you to treat my nose cancer and he came back in which it is those cancer was amazing that we watch every day as the nose cancer went away was a basal cell cancer there was very extensive with his nose and bleeding and massive Buckley and probably what they said Hey it's time to get rid of your bandaid your nose is now beautiful thanks to radio surgery and they took out the bad data never saw the padded again in the cancer is gone away he came this week for a checkup and he's doing great and by the way by the way I saw him also for the steak cancer during the course of treating for the nose I said that I've ever check your PSA and he said no and we checked his PSA this PSA that's prostatic specific antigen we checked his prostate and was sky high and is seven fourteen you've got about a forty percent chance of having prostate cancer do you want to know if you have prostate cancer or not and we spoke about that and he says yes he definitely wants to know we raised him to have a biopsy of tiny painless needle into the prostate and came back Gleason seven cancer so yeah not only a nose cancer was fun getting with Sir does want to cut off his nose save by coming to thirty four Broadway but in a prostate cancer was very high risk detected by coming to thirteen eighty four Broadway too and we talk about all the options understands he has high risk cancer understands if he has surgery or radical surgery robotic surgery that most likely to be impotent and incontinent and isn't one that he understands that if he had surgery the success rates only thirty percent and in those with us most likely he will be cancer free a huge difference and with us it's outpatient therapy no cutting no operating rooms no hospital stays no convalescence with us it's all out patient there is such a huge difference and it shows our treatment and so it shouldn't further knows cancer which was fun getting they're going to cut off his nose and that was successful he's cancer free as is beautiful knows no and his prostate cancer was PSAs now zero with our treatment only so one man to cancer's super happy you came this week to get checked out we have a new blood tests in the zero range he is doing great graduations and thank you for your trust and you know who I am and you know what I'm talking about so thank you thank you and thank you for your trust but I'm such a leader minaret her short break we'll be right back when doctor Lee the man came to New York from Harvard ninety seven percent of women in New York we're losing their breasts as breast cancer treatment but ninety percent of doctor Lieberman's patients with breast cancer were keeping their breasts doctor Lieberman an outspoken advocate of bursting therapy educated women about choices to arm every woman about breast cancer choices breast say mean whenever possible and desired when every hospital foot standard radiation was okay doctor Lieberman had a better idea innovative Dr Lieberman first bought grain radiosurgery to New York and body radiosurgery to America meet doctor Lieberman breast conserving therapy.
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"The American in the second are my conversation with the ship N. T. Wright is the author most recently of how god became king the forgotten story of the gospel records bishop bright is also the author simply Christian many other wonderful books about Christianity and it's extraordinarily well respected biblical scholar the bishop right when you were talking about when we went to break the gospel writers had a much more complicated story than merely reporting the results of a football game may and as a result these discrepancies or these differences in account are simply not significant well there is significant in that they tend to which I lose vision the people are looking for a home than not significant in the sense that they make that they should make you say that for the rule making it up it's a very complicated business but I spent several years some while ago studying the gospels to write my book teases the victory of god which then there's a simple version of it called simply Jesus which is recently out and again and again I find that the gospel writers and not so much like for reporters telling about the same football match that more like for historians today telling you about say you'll civil war and looking at it from different angles from different perspectives but actually it is the same story underneath thanks for biographers really made it makes sense for me because it allows to regret just came out with a new biography of CS Lewis in the job of reading it right now and so there's a new biography with a new bed of material and it's different from every other biography that came up but the other ones aren't bad they're different yep that's right and as I mean in that case McGrath does take issue with some of the previous biographers like a and Wilson but to but basically it's the same story you know he has the same tap going to the same places in writing the same book now the fourth speaker turned on in the room that is the the orchestra simply of Christianity being played is the story of the kingdom of god you write clashing with the king of Caesar I quote you now it is only one we take fully into account the gospels writers believe that Jesus was involved in the ultimate battle against ultimate forces of evil that we can begin to see how their combination of kingdom in cross and looking at wider at the incarnation kingdom cross and resurrection begins to make sense now I've got to ask this is a battle which brings you perilously close to politics are you afraid of that I would be afraid of not coming perilously close to politics because that would imply the two Jesus was not actually lord of the world when I grew up there was an old Christian saying if he is not lord of all he is not an old **** and I I believe that very firmly and within my country anyway we have officially in most people they believe it but we have officially a way of acknowledging the qualities Galton diss is old and that we'll roll supposedly subject but of course most people take manages of that now there are many many political battles from which to choose and here I must ask your opinion both about abortion and about same sex marriage to begin with I do you think they are both objectively evil it well objectively evil that that's interesting the Roman Catholics use the word objectively to mean people may not feel it like this but actually something's wrong with creation I do believe that god made male and female in order to be the means of procreation and recreation and and all the rest of it and so it seems to me and I was always seems to me from the world of nature and the world of scripture the the idea of same sex marriage is actually a contradiction in terms marriage is something between a man and a woman and the the and it's something that results in children being created in families being brought up that way so the same sex marriage is it seems a contradiction in terms however much of secular states may want to make arrangements we had a thing in this country code civil partnerships which enabled couples of the same sex to have the same legal rights as as as married couples but to call it same sex marriages to still seems to be a contradiction in terms abortion is a difficult one because they're always and tomorrow he lives that is better than I do they're always the hard cases about when somebody when the mother's life is in danger and and that sort of thing in cases of rape unity match in a thirteen year old girl being raped by somebody is she it does she have to go and have a baby and all that sort of thing so there are hard case isn't hard cases make bad little but I have tended to take with you over the years I know many of my colleagues in the jet stream into the basically abortion is is at the very most it could be the lesser of two evils but normally if he is an evil and should be resisted should be resisted don't resist missing.
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"Thursday this week just is under way use the hashtag P. C. N. T. on Twitter you want to communicate with us also gives call six five one nine eight nine five eight five five anytime you wanna take part in the conversation again it's right in there Sam a little bit later on in the hour we're going to ask the question why are people destroying the aqua scooters in Saint Paul also didn't get a chance to get to it yesterday but we have a news story some audio drew Canada let trick bike your car well sure the okay well sure the new story was a news story with you at your bike yeah replace my car yeah I fit my family on a lecture well the great thing about this story and here's a bit of your keys the great thing about the story is that the entire story is basically how the electric bike will not replace your car but but but Janet they answer that question I wasn't sure that was the intention we're going to get to a trump's tweets say and also the feud going on between Milano Mar and and Tucker Carlson real quick though that's kind of the telegraph and it might be helpful for you Sam as you I helped to train it young impressionable minds to ride the horses and ponies okay right maybe even yourself right sure you could use is doing a maybe I can the telegraph athletes and I think as we played anybody who urge themselves on using the second person are more likely to triumph according to new research okay so okay that's the you can do it right rather than rather than I can do an exam to trying to accomplish something Iraq come on drew you can do about this jury act now I could not I can do right now is it not not I can do this is the second person right right did you tricking yourself into thinking someone else's encouraging you turn yourself into thinking someone cares yes exactly that's how you can get through life sciences it's so true already know learned nobody does self talk can have a positive effect on athletes particularly those taking part in endurance sports researchers at Bangor university they analyze twenty two cycle is swing at a call into question right then and there okay undertaking a series of time trials of those they found that those who use the second person to consistently completed the trial quicker produce more power after athletes did not perceive themselves to have worked any harder either so in theory holds that you else competitor stay disciplined in a disciplined mind set because it reminds them of being spoken to by an authority figure such as parents teachers or coaches well there's there's something to be said for the idea of accountability right I mean that's a that is a tactic that gets used a lot for a lot of different things leisure liberal right you know if you're trying to accomplish something that is difficult it it helps to have somebody who is holding you accountable for the results or like you feel accountable to somebody for the results as white people highly personal trainers right you know there's nothing that you you need a personal trainer for anything that a person turns you would tell you to do you can just go do but you know we a you don't necessarily have that motivation if you don't feel like well if I don't if I don't do this you know Bob is going to be disappointed if well I'm certainly not the only one that like calls and leaves like messages for me right now right or looks in the mirror and says you are going to have a great day today I'm not the only one there right you don't but the other one does that writing the three of us all right and then these are important you know John if you're having a bad day just just remember right and you are you are special yourself in a little a little little positive message and I thought the only one that does not it's you against Stuart Smalley I believe doctor James Hardie one of the researchers said it is possible that using the non first person pronoun perspective health performers because it allows the runner to adapt a thinking process that is more helpful to her or himself like you can give yourself advice now you can encourage yourself in the in the moments that in turn promotes clear thinking better choices and enhanced performance you did it you did it was a you did a good thing John by choosing to talk about the story well it's nice to get accolades and if you don't have anybody in your life it's giving you those accolades you've to give them to yourself when you should be very proud that you brought the story up on the show he was totally did not derail this segment this was a good contact John it we do it what is there I don't know where my who's now with what has happened now and I think this.