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"neander" Discussed on Movie Herald Tamil Podcasts

Movie Herald Tamil Podcasts

07:43 min | Last month

"neander" Discussed on Movie Herald Tamil Podcasts

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"neander" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:55 min | Last month

"neander" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"I think that Eric neander, you know, heads up baseball operations for the raise could be an annual candidate for executive of the year. Farhan zaidi, you know, the head of baseball operations for the Giants. Team the 107 games. They could absolutely. He could be a candidate and probably will wind up winning this thing. But Alex and Douglas, who ends up baseball operations for the braves, my God, those midseason acquisitions have been difference making, not only, I think in terms of production that they brought, but in terms of keeping the flame of hope alive in that Clubhouse in the aftermath of the Ronald Acuna junior injury. Absolutely. I mean, it was all on display last night with Eddie Rosario and Adam Duvall specifically hitting those home runs. Duvall, so had the home run robbing catch. I'm not sure if it a 100% would have been a home run, but it was amazing catch. It was the least extra basis there for sure. And any Rosario has two, four hit games this postseason. And he was injured when they acquired him. He wasn't even set to play. I mean, I think it's just incredible that we watched them acquire four outfielders. Doc Peterson, Jorge Soleil, who's out right now with the COVID COVID positive test, Adam Duvall and Eddie Rosario to replace Ronaldinho junior, we all knew what they were doing. And we didn't understand why. Because the team was below 500 and the team was not even in first place. But to show the team that you have the faith in them, I think that that's maybe the most important thing and I think by making those acquisitions, Allison thoughtless and the entire front office showed the braves, we believe in you, we believe that if we add these guys, you guys can make a run. I think that just the ability to make moves like that and have the flexibility to make four different triggers for outfielders in a one month stand. I mean, it's just crazy. I a ton of credit goes there. And depending how far they go. I mean, I agree, I think the raise obviously Eric neander always in the conversation with the way they put together that roster. And, you know, I would have said farhan anxiety entering the postseason just for everything that the Giants did. But seeing this run that the braves have gone on, it feels like it might have to be on top of us. If depending when the voting is sealed at all of those kinds of questions. It's so funny that you said that because you just heard the ding on my phone in the background. I'd actually sent some text messages out to MLB executives saying when do you guys vote on this award? And one of the people I texted answered back as you were just answering. Oh my gosh. That vote goes in at the end of the regular season. Okay. Which means that I think you would agree with me, farhan's gonna win. Oh, absolutely. You know, he will wind up winning and it hadn't been way to if they had waited to vote until the end of the postseason. I think Alex may have overtaken him, because those guys are performing so well. You mentioned, yeah, Jack Peterson's been great Jorge. So lair tested positive for COVID and he theoretically, if this series goes to game 6 and 7 might be eligible for those games, the braves went into the series planning that he would he would probably be more likely to play in the World Series if they advanced that far. All right, Astros Red Sox last night from her Valdez was ridiculous with that sinker, Sarah. Oh my gosh. I mean, all of the ground balls there wasn't a fly ball until I should have pulled it up before him, but I don't think there was a fly ball until maybe the fourth or 5th inning. I mean, it was just incredible. And we saw length out of the starter. I mean, I know that a lot of the conversation throughout this postseason has been about pitching and we were talking Tuesday about how there's been a stark difference between the pitching so far in the American League playoffs and the national league playoffs. But even still, framber Valdez became the first pitcher to complete 8 innings in a postseason start since Clayton Kershaw in the wild card round last year. I mean, it's just incredible how long it had been. And by the way, that's in the wild card round. There were a lot of posts in games last year. So just think about how many were talking about since then. That's not as many as normal if I were saying, the NLD last year. That's even more games in between. But he was really, really good. And it was really fun to watch that. And obviously not for Red Sox fans, and I'm sure there are plenty of them listening. But, you know, we really hadn't seen a picture dominant like that. And, you know, I look at it and with him, obviously, it's not about swings and misses. He had 12, that's not super notable, and it's not about called strikes, either he had 14, but as you said, it's that sinker and getting those ground balls and it was exactly his game plan and it worked. We always, you know, we talk about yadi Molina and his ability to connect with pictures and we'll be talking about that all the way up to the time when he's inducted the Hall of Fame. I must say, it's pretty clear Martine Maldonado has an extraordinary relationship with his pictures. You know, we heard the story, the other day after they lost in game three that Maldonado and I think was Ryan Presley. I think was the other one who basically talked to the players in the Clubhouse and said, look, guys, we're not out of this thing. They got blown out in games two and three. It's in Fenway Park. The crabs have been going crazy. And Martin Maldonado is one of the guys saying, no. We're not done here. And I don't know about you, Sarah, but last night, I love to watch the body language between Maldonado, who was like a big brother to Valdez. And sometimes, you know, they would exchange little bits of body language on different pictures, pitches, and you could see Valdez three or four times laughing because Maldonado was like chastising him over and execution of certain bitches in a night in which he was great. I thought Maldonado had a great night. Yeah. He really seemed to, you know, Joe bug mentioned on the broadcast about, I think it was when they were going through the lineup and had batting averages or something and he sort of mentioned, you know, he's in there for his defense. He's in there for what he does behind the plate. And we've seen catchers like this in the past. It's a pretty common trope of a catcher who's really good defensively. We're really good with his pitching staff. So the team doesn't care when he's hitting. They don't need him to be that moment in the lineup. And especially in the American League where you have a DA to can sort of afford to have that. But he at one 72 and nobody cares. Absolutely nobody cares. And I love to see that. Because you just see the relationship that he has with all of these pictures and you I mean, I have read countless articles and seen countless quotes just about the leadership and what he brings to that team..

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"neander" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"neander" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"In everyone. If you haven't checked out on social media yet do myself a favor head over to facebook. Follow s. mc baseball. We got ourselves a facebook page. Just click that button. click follow. I forget which one it is on facebook. I think it's a like button that way. You guys will stay up to date with everything we post on facebook. Everything we post will head to your news feed. You can comment on there. You can message us on there. You can interact with the podcast very easily through the facebook page when you're done with facebook then head over to twitter g. m. c. underscore baseball. We put out polls. We put out tweets every day. You guys need to let us know we want your opinion. You can direct message us on there as well myself patrick. We both have access the twitter feed their way. If you guys have something to say about one of our episodes let us know. Send us a message. Leave us a comment. Definitely fill out our polls we certainly appreciate it on there. And then when you're finished with dad finally head over to linked in check out the podcast network. Now it's much more general within the podcast network but still some quality information there. If you guys want to stay up today could you get involved. How could you become a sponsor. How could you guys get a commercial run. You want me to talk about a product every time to talk to thousands of listeners. Here at once let me know. Let us know. Message us on social media. We certainly appreciate you guys but here in segment number two. We're talking about news notes across major league baseball and the big news. That broke here on wednesday night. Is that the tampa bay. Rays have agreed to a multi. Year extension with eric neander. They named him president of baseball operations promoting him from his previous title of general manager slash senior vice president and this obviously ensures that their top baseball operations official will remain in tampa bay and eric end are arguably the smartest guy in all of baseball. The top executive in all of baseball. I mean just looking at his resume. He's currently thirty eight years old but began his tenure with the raise as baseball operations in. Turn all the way back in two thousand and seven. He was hired full time later that year. And it's worked with tampa bay ever since so this guy's been there for going on fifteen years now. This is his fourth season as the organization's top ranking baseball official and during that time he's overseeing the creation of a roster that once again is the best in the american league i mean. They made it to the world series. Last year. They turned over quite a few people on the roster and here they are once again looking to get right back to the world series at home field when it comes to the american league so neander obviously said it's a blessing and dream opportunity for him. There's been plenty of mistakes. Misfires along the way but also a lot of wins and just looking at him. Once again the race had four straight losing seasons from two thousand fourteen to two thousand seventeen then promoted eric. Neander to general manager baseball operations. And what's happened since then. Well they won ninety games in two thousand eighteen in two thousand and nineteen. They reached the american league division series and then in two thousand twenty obviously made it to the world series and right back in twenty twenty one looking at their third straight postseason appearance with an american league. Best eight hundred and fifty one record and the top run differential. So they've also done this while losing executive after executive under eric neander. I mean who did they lose. Well they lost andrew friedman to the dodgers and the dodgers now have one of the best run organizations at the major league and minor league level. They lost higham bloom to the red sox. The red sox right back into under higham bloom go from a team under five hundred. Bring alex score back now. Once again at the top of the american league east right there in the wild card they also lost james. Click to the astros. The astros ben very good for the last five years. So anybody who works under eric neander now goes elsewhere and those teams are fantastic. So people have been trying to get neander outta tampa bay for years. Now here in philadelphia. All you do is hear his name with ownership with general manager being open before dave dombrowski came in. Can we get neander. We should've hired. I am bloom if we can't get neander. Hire whoever's working for neander because it's worked everywhere else. Friedman dell a bloom red sox i it's just it's a factory down there have had to efficiently run a roster because not only is is the major league level team excellent they keep calling up these kids and the minor league system still ranked. Sixth neander was named executive the year in two thousand nine hundred. He's gotta be in the running here again in. Twenty twenty one. I mean recently calling up. Shortstop wander franko and other several top prospects instill having the best system here in all of baseball so it is just absolutely fascinating. What he's been able to do down there in tampa bay. I mean throughout the course of his career as tenure. He's traded away guys like evan longoria. Chris archer blake. Snell willie adamas and anytime it seems. Oh well they're going to finally sign this guy to long-term in big money he just flips them out for more prospects. Chris archer going to pittsburgh for shane. Baz tyler glass. Now and austin meadows de looks completely one sided he. He acquired mike zeno for the mariners..

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"neander" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"neander" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Why? That's his own weight. One. One real fight. One real fight versus actual boxer, your weight. Anytime anyone says that, he goes, but I'm a YouTuber. I'm just a Mickey Mouse guy. Oh, is that right? You're a YouTuber. Is that why you're getting paid billions of dollars for boxing? You know, and that's the other thing. It's like if I was like, next up, I'm gonna fight this guy. He's the world's number one woodworker. The sky. He's the woodworking champion. After that, I'm going to take on this guy. He's a DJ. Oh my God, this guy's the best TJ. I'm gonna kill. Like, it's like fuck you. Fuck this shit. You want to be a boxer? Fight a boxer. Let's go on a record, finally, you know? It's so dumb. So this week, speaking of boxing, Holyfield, is fighting Vitor Belfort. This Saturday night because it was supposed to be Vitor Belfort versus after a la Jolla got COVID. I guess people thought he was sniffing all the time. I thought it would have been this was not. It was not Coke. It was COVID. Sure. I'm sure that's what it is. So we talk about for allegedly people said Kayla Hoya wasn't training that hard. But anyway, so now they moved the fight to Florida because LA wouldn't sanction the fight. They said, no, Holyfield's like 60 years old. But now they're fighting this Friday this Saturday, I think it is. The Friday Saturday, who do you think wins the corco? Holyfield or Vitor Belfort? I think Holyfield win because I'm gonna bet heavily on Peter Belfort because. A more sure thing than Peter bell for me to 60 year old neander Holyfield who can't even get a license, but because I'll bet on Belfort, I guarantee you always settle in. Without question. Who do you think wins, Greg? Wilson. Holyfield. Holyfield is still a master boxer. His brain still there. He's still now. He's old as fuck, but he's not a boxer. He's an MMA guy. And when you can't use your feet and you can't, you know, grapple, you can't do it. I mean it's very disconcerting. I don't care how much you try to focus on your boxing. You're coming in against a world class boxer. I mean, people was undersized for a heavy weight, but I still think he's got enough size and enough knowledge to peace him up. I think this fight only goes as long as Holyfield wants to do. People forget that like Larry Holmes fought butterbean. And this is one Barbie was knocking everybody out, but it was actually a pretty good boxer. I mean, he'd be like, he'd be a lot of guys. But when he fought Larry Holmes, who I think was like 20 pounds. I'm 20 years older than him. Holmes pieced him up, because like I said, it was a real boxer. I mean, bother with real boxers, but Larry Holmes was like elite of elite. One of the best ever. Is that and then also remember that guy who was the bare knuckle champion. I think not Shan, the guy that was Bobby, you know, you know what I'm talking about, right? The guy I know you're talking about can't remember his name. I know who you mean. Italian kid, right? Yeah, he was a king of bare knuckle, like he was born on. He was like a 120, you know, I'm like, but he would fight like a weird airport hangars against like anyway, when he actually fought Roy Jones junior. He got destroyed. And he was also that guy was also a real boxer. So maybe maybe we're right and the Holyfield should be Vitor Belfort..

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"neander" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

GNC Week In Review

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"neander" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

"But yeah. This looks really cool. I love the little sign that says used button to eat pizza. Bright I cannot wait to find out what in the world that means. It's got to have something to do with that. Magnetic spinney bit up at the top. I think so. I can't wait to see this thing in action. I want one so bad. But it's a it's a weird like do I want this or do I want. If I'm going to get one is stranger things. Oh I think it might have to be stranger things for me for me turtles. But that's May but you know what if I if that company wants to come on the show. I'll be that'd be. That'd be awesome. Starting been on the show many times with us really scheduled just got messed up. They had a buyer come in and so they couldn't get away 'cause they were over in central hall. And we're not and so to come see us right therapies team while make sure. I'll definitely we should reach out to them you know and have them come on and you know and I don't give a Review Review Unit but yeah I'm probably but we can we can. We can hope fingers crossed. Fingers crossed fingers crossed. We can pretend right but also reminisce about and reminisce about your childhood as well so true and not the trauma. This is the most colorful pinball machine. I've ever seen. This is so crazy when I when I saw in the news. And the neander gator. Look at it. I'm like I got to put that in. I mean there's all all the second wide all this stuff that's going on in the world you know to see this puts a smile on your face and your childhood and And like again if you did if you caught it earlier watching live or you can catch the replay. I didn't play audio. 'cause I don't WanNa get this video taken down but But if those are listening to this show you can check it out. It's about less than Less than premysl on all right cool. That is tech news for this week for a very late. Tech News for Friday may twenty second twenty twenty..

"neander" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"neander" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Good I'm adding that god oh my god the guy takes direction very well then how is she not even smiling yeah that's the thing is that she's very serious you know how she's you know she's committed to her craft my gosh also in town I just feel like there's no way you can make yourself sound like a Neander tall because they didn't have the same but you can just see now you want them to cut to the money python sketch of the Neanderthals out it's you know in the field and talking use it my gosh that's fantastic I just love it so much okay are you putting that on Twitter I'm trying to live with the I'm on a different computer sewn passwords when you travel Neanderthal tall yes yeah this is me is all the navy and falls couldn't pronounce HM yes that all my talk on a seven one everything that escalated quickly I mean that really got out of hand fast entertainment everybody loves to travel Julia especially yes but not everybody loves the going to the airport parkade to them we say get there early it's so true Julia both of the airports at Emma's peer part of so many great restaurants bars and shops getting there early is like starting your vacation exactly take the stress out of it get to MSP early and have some Japanese street food back.

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Waiting for Zion

ESPN Daily

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Waiting for Zion

"And Lopez covers the New Orleans Pelicans for ESPN Andrew. From the moment. That the Pelicans won the lottery landing the first overall Pick Zion Williamson was almost universally expected to walk in and be the face of the franchise really the face of basketball in the city of New Orleans. What did you think as you're watching the draft? Yes so I'll go back to the lottery with just two weeks. Prior to this the the newspaper I was working for got bought out. I was really in a state of flux personally. And then I remember when that Memphis logo came out of the number to envelop. The second pick will be made by the Memphis Grizzlies number one mic and the two thousand nineteen and it goes to the New Orleans. Pelicans and I realized Oh wait to turn to a buddy of mine who was sitting next to grabbed his arm and I was like Bro. I got a job like somebody. Who's going to hire me for this guy so it all kind of worked out? Because that night I I kind of started started the ball rolling with ESPN and ESPN hired me in August two covers ion and and do all this. It really change a lot in the city. I mean in the city itself. What the day after the they like three thousand or thirty five hundred season ticket packages? It was it was insane. You saw people walking around. It was June and July in New Orleans and you saw people walking around in Pelicans gear. That's saints time that we don't we don't do that down here. Really has changed a lot for Zion. Get down here and it's still hype is still the very real. Even though he hasn't actually played a regular season game yet right you were brought into covers ion you have not been covering Zion. Well not covering him on the court. He's practicing. He's been injured all year. What's his outlook like? Today is actually a very big day for Zaylon because the PELICANS still want to get him a a lot of five on five work. That's a big step in his recovery right now. The problem with that has been. They haven't had a lot of practice time to get there once. He was cleared the five on five work last week. He did it but then the pels had a stretch of five games in eight days where they didn't really get much practice time. You don't get a lot of practice time on the road so today's actually a big day where he's going to get a chance to get back out there and get some five on five work done. We don't know if it's going to be one more if it's going to be two. Who More practices? But we're we're getting close to the end game now. We don't have a date circled but we're getting close to win you. Know he'll finally make his his regular season debut debut. How many times have you said endgame since this is all begun a lot? That's been a fun word for me everywhere. You go in the city right now. Hello everybody wants to ask you. When's ion comeback wins? I on coming back coming back. Alvin Gentry told a story a couple of weeks ago. He's in Walmart and a lady on a scooter walked up to him. It's like hey I see coach. Once I on coming back everybody wants to know when the saints loss on that Sunday in the playoffs I have four or five. I people text me right after. Hey come back tomorrow right like this is going to get better for us as fans and I'm like sorry guys people are just waiting for this debut is As much as they can so enter this all goes back to the preseason. Zion makes his debut against the Atlanta Hawks. He delivers I not just one. But three earth-shattering stays again Joe. That's not normal. The normal shooting over the course of his first four games he averages more than twenty three points shooting seventy one point four percent from the floor floor and then the unthinkable happens breaking news just four days before Zion's NBA career was scheduled to start sign. We'll miss a period of weeks because because of a right knee injury usually when you have a meniscus injury any sort of neander you can kind of point to. Hey it happened at this moment right here. You can't do that with Zion. He doesn't know when he hurt the knee. The pelicans don't know when he heard the knee and that's not just a like a PR spin on it. Nobody nobody knows when he heard this thing. It's very possible. He played at least one or two games with a torn meniscus. I think he had what twenty two. And Ten in that last game against the Spurs and it was only after that game where he kind of went to the training staff and was like. Hey guys Monique on a hertz. Maybe we can get this checked out and they thought it was just a regular routine gene thing they go get the MRI done and they're like. Oh we have an issue here. There was no swelling. He didn't really feel that much pain. It was more like something doesn't feel right in the knee and that's how it kind of started. He was clean when they got him in. preseason they think it happened in preseason. It's also not anything anything that goes back to his time at Duke. There's no lingering things there or or in some and they think it happened in the preseason. They just don't know exactly when so so the news comes out. Everybody's a little bit confused. What happens next before they go to that? Last preseason game in New York the the knicks the PELICANS announce hey he's outright knee soreness and it takes a couple of days before we figure out what is exactly going on and in part of the reason for that was they wanted to get different opinions from different doctors. It took a weekend and then they announce. Hey Hey he's having surgery. He had the surgery this morning. Everything is good. We're looking at a six to eight week

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Waiting for Zion

ESPN Daily

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Waiting for Zion

"And Lopez covers the New Orleans Pelicans for ESPN Andrew. From the moment. That the Pelicans won the lottery landing the first overall Pick Zion Williamson was almost universally expected to walk in and be the face of the franchise really the face of basketball in the city of New Orleans. What did you think as you're watching the draft? Yes so I'll go back to the lottery with just two weeks. Prior to this the the newspaper I was working for got bought out. I was really in a state of flux personally. And then I remember when that Memphis logo came out of the number to envelop. The second pick will be made by the Memphis Grizzlies number one mic and the two thousand nineteen and it goes to the New Orleans. Pelicans and I realized Oh wait to turn to a buddy of mine who was sitting next to grabbed his arm and I was like Bro. I got a job like somebody. Who's going to hire me for this guy so it all kind of worked out? Because that night I I kind of started started the ball rolling with ESPN and ESPN hired me in August two covers ion and and do all this. It really change a lot in the city. I mean in the city itself. What the day after the they like three thousand or thirty five hundred season ticket packages? It was it was insane. You saw people walking around. It was June and July in New Orleans and you saw people walking around in Pelicans gear. That's saints time that we don't we don't do that down here. Really has changed a lot for Zion. Get down here and it's still hype is still the very real. Even though he hasn't actually played a regular season game yet right you were brought into covers ion you have not been covering Zion. Well not covering him on the court. He's practicing. He's been injured all year. What's his outlook like? Today is actually a very big day for Zaylon because the PELICANS still want to get him a a lot of five on five work. That's a big step in his recovery right now. The problem with that has been. They haven't had a lot of practice time to get there once. He was cleared the five on five work last week. He did it but then the pels had a stretch of five games in eight days where they didn't really get much practice time. You don't get a lot of practice time on the road so today's actually a big day where he's going to get a chance to get back out there and get some five on five work done. We don't know if it's going to be one more if it's going to be two. Who More practices? But we're we're getting close to the end game now. We don't have a date circled but we're getting close to win you. Know he'll finally make his his regular season debut debut. How many times have you said endgame since this is all begun a lot? That's been a fun word for me everywhere. You go in the city right now. Hello everybody wants to ask you. When's ion comeback wins? I on coming back coming back. Alvin Gentry told a story a couple of weeks ago. He's in Walmart and a lady on a scooter walked up to him. It's like hey I see coach. Once I on coming back everybody wants to know when the saints loss on that Sunday in the playoffs I have four or five. I people text me right after. Hey come back tomorrow right like this is going to get better for us as fans and I'm like sorry guys people are just waiting for this debut is As much as they can so enter this all goes back to the preseason. Zion makes his debut against the Atlanta Hawks. He delivers I not just one. But three earth-shattering stays again Joe. That's not normal. The normal shooting over the course of his first four games he averages more than twenty three points shooting seventy one point four percent from the floor floor and then the unthinkable happens breaking news just four days before Zion's NBA career was scheduled to start sign. We'll miss a period of weeks because because of a right knee injury usually when you have a meniscus injury any sort of neander you can kind of point to. Hey it happened at this moment right here. You can't do that with Zion. He doesn't know when he hurt the knee. The pelicans don't know when he heard the knee and that's not just a like a PR spin on it. Nobody nobody knows when he heard this thing. It's very possible. He played at least one or two games with a torn meniscus. I think he had what twenty two. And Ten in that last game against the Spurs and it was only after that game where he kind of went to the training staff and was like. Hey guys Monique on a hertz. Maybe we can get this checked out and they thought it was just a regular routine gene thing they go get the MRI done and they're like. Oh we have an issue here. There was no swelling. He didn't really feel that much pain. It was more like something doesn't feel right in the knee and that's how it kind of started. He was clean when they got him in. preseason they think it happened in preseason. It's also not anything anything that goes back to his time at Duke. There's no lingering things there or or in some and they think it happened in the preseason. They just don't know exactly when so so the news comes out. Everybody's a little bit confused. What happens next before they go to that? Last preseason game in New York the the knicks the PELICANS announce hey he's outright knee soreness and it takes a couple of days before we figure out what is exactly going on and in part of the reason for that was they wanted to get different opinions from different doctors. It took a weekend and then they announce. Hey Hey he's having surgery. He had the surgery this morning. Everything is good. We're looking at a six to eight week

Areas to watch in 2020

Science Magazine Podcast

08:49 min | 2 years ago

Areas to watch in 2020

"In this segment will turn to the areas to watch for twenty twenty here writers from Science Forecast Areas of policy and research likely to make the news this year? They've called the chaos and identified some of the top stories. I'm Joel Goldberg now. Now we have an gibbons contributing correspondent at Science for twenty twenty. She's calling attention to a new method of examining the lives of people. Who Live far? Aren't past say a million years ago. The technique focuses on ancient proteins remnants of prehistoric life which could fill in some some of the blanks leftover from DNA analysis of archaeological finds. I N hi- Joel. It sounds like we're talking about something like fossil. CSI only by that thinking when expect DNA to be the most valuable molecules rather than proteins. So why is it that proteins so important this kind of analysis being done on these million-year-old specimens so for fossil detective work. Were you looking back in time. DNA is the best I molecule but it is more fragile than proteins degrades more easily and the oldest ancient DNA. We have from early. Human fossils is about four four hundred forty thousand years and from an ancient polar bear about six hundred thousand founding conditions that were perfect cold. Glacial conditions in the Arctic doc or in a cave. So now what's really exciting is researchers or being able to get ancient proteins. That are much older from a wide range of the bones and teeth and other materials that can shed light on early human evolution and evolution of other animals so the first step is to search fossils of human remains what can scientists gleaned from the proteins in those remains so the first thing that they often want to do is determine whether a fragment kind of bone or a bit of truth is actually from an early human ancestor. They might have a fragment that they can identify just by looking at it and so what they can do is look at the makeup jakup. The building blocks of the proteins such as Collagen the different amino acids varies between modern humans neanderthals for example. So this method was already used used to identify neander tall bone from one site and then another kind of human from another place and differentiate them for modern human bones so it's great for classification nation. But the other things that people can do with ancient proteins is they can use them to determine the sex of a fossil they can also use them to date the fossils if you have say early human ancestor bones and aside along with animal bones you can look at the decay of the protein actual molecular makeup and that can tell you how old which fossils older than the other folds who can help you do relative dating at a site which is great and then also we're using proteins to learn about say a the types of milk people might have been drinking when you're looking at era early use of daring getting those diets of the ancient humans. You got it. And with the Neolithic Revolution the revolution to agriculture. The questions about whether the first milk that people drank in the step of Russia and other places was a camel. Milk was a goat milk. So you can begin to get it. Diet and the types of food and drink people are consuming and get a quality of life issues as well which is really interesting. So it's really about finding the way of life of those ancient humans I think ultimately. Yes I identifying who. You've got an archaeological site. But then what does it reveal you about who these people were or the animals animals that were there and scientists aren't merely looking at proteins for these ancient humans and the remains they're also looking at AH artifacts more recent artifacts such as ceramic pots parchment from manuscripts even beeswax. What can scientists learn especially in regard to humans humans by casting this wide net over archaeological specimens so with the books? You're learning often about who I was making them. You can get the sex of the person if with the proteins who's making the books and working on the manuscript so you can learn about what kind of animals were used to make the parchment. You can also learn about the kinds of the economy kind of animals. They were trying to. They had abundant supplies of with the beeswax tax. It would tell you about the sources for the wax. What bee colonies? How far away do they go to get their wax and to make it so you start to get information about the lifestyles lifestyles of ancient people and you can do that for any any time? Period that the protein survived from okay. And thank you so much for coming on thank you and givens is a contributing correspondent at science. Now we have Kelly servic staff writer at science. Her area to watch for twenty twenty is a somewhat somewhat eerie subject the transplantation of pig organs into humans these cross species transplants known as Zeno transplants are already Being performed on non human primates and may soon be primed for human trials. I Kelly Hi. Why is it that scientists are hoping to put pig organs into people so really simply? We don't have enough organs There are more than one hundred thousand people in the US alone. Who need some kind of organ transplant and are waiting waiting for a suitable organ So researchers have been thinking for a while about possibly using pig organs which are pretty similar size and structure If we could raise pigs to provide hearts or kidneys or pancreases or maybe livers That could could make up the shortage. So what's keeping these types of transplants aliens from being implemented. The big hurdle has always been that our bodies thankfully no how to recognize foreign material And our immune in system is designed to attack anything that it sees as an invader and so pick cells and tissues are making molecules that human cells don't so unless scientists can sort of convinced the human body that a pig organ is not an invader that organised probably not going to integrate harmoniously into into into its new host. And maybe that's not so unexpected that the human body is rejecting some aspects of these pig organs so immune rejection rejection is even a problem for human organs transplanted into a different human right but the but the problem gets a lot more extreme when you have a different species and speaking of different species. ABC's there are these non human primates who are involved. Can you talk more about that. Yes Oh the testing in in monkeys is sort of a stepping stone to to figure out about whether a pig organ can survive in primate and Can Be Safe So that's sort of a requirement for these research groups before they we're GONNA have permission to test these things humans. Okay so the non human primates step is a very important part of where this research is going. What developments can we expect to see in the next year round the issue? I think there's a lot of excitement in this field right now. and a lot of momentum Partially because because of of crisper genome editing. That's making it possible to Make really precise insertions into the pig genome And to make a whole lot of changes changes at once so what we're seeing now is several companies sort of designing their ideal engineered pig putting a whole bunch of genetic changes into into pigs and There are a couple of US companies that already have those pigs sort of thriving and so. Yeah what we're going to see in the coming year or so I think is more Non Human primate testing as groups are preparing to get permission for human trials. What are some of those groups and countries or speaking about so a couple of the front front runners? There's a Virginia based company called River core. That's making pigs that I have. I believe nine modified genes that are sort of designed to provoke less of an immune reaction even in human body and there's a company called E. Genesis which was founded by Harvard geneticists. That is collaborating with a company in China to produce Some of the most extensively edited pigs. That have ever been created for the purpose of transplant. What type of testing do you think will see and people I so? The first trials trials are not likely to be like whole hearts or whole kidneys. They're more likely to be for example. Cornea transplants from pig to treat blindness or pancreatic excels for diabetes. So I think researchers are sort of thinking about ramping their way up in complexity from there Kelly. Thanks so much for coming on. Thanks for having me. Now we have Jeff Murderer's senior correspondent. Science

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"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Story at ten o'clock a deputy involves shooting investigations under way in Paul county after a woman attempted to hit two deputies with a stolen truck it happened in the woods off Lakeland acres road deputies noticed a stolen F. two fifty truck and when they approached twenty year old city renew allegedly drove right at them but you can imagine they're just approaching the vehicle you know calling a suspect get out notes off your call Scott Wilder with the sheriff's office tells news channel eight renew was killed she had a long criminal record with fourteen charges and four arrests the search is under way to find the person responsible for what police are calling a sad incident in Pinellas county police say someone was seen throwing kittens from a car it eighty second Avenue in sixty six street at least one kid and died no word on how many more were thrown from the car the suspect could face aggravated animal cruelty charges the man who helped put together the race is being recognized for his work general manager Eric Neander was named Major League Baseball executive of the year yesterday Tampa Bay have the seventh best record in baseball last season and made the playoffs and won the first round meanwhile Tampa native and met first baseman Pete Alonso was named National League rookie of the year WrestleMania is being held in Tampa next April and the W. W. E. is holding a presale party tomorrow afternoon in Ford thunder alley anally arena the W. W. E.'s Jimmy Hart has been involved with WrestleMania since the first one back in the eighties so me the superstar still live in tent you know John Cena lives our whole Cogan lives myself I live there but also you've got so many guys.

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"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Eight forty seven we got rack your brain coming up call us now eight hundred nine six nine nine three five two and we go to the news room and Chris Strunk man a search is under way to find whoever was seen throwing kittens from a car eighty second Avenue and sixty sixth street in Pinellas park at least one kid and died and investigators say more may have been thrown from the vehicle it's possible the surviving kittens took off into the surrounding neighborhood if caught the suspect faces aggravated animal cruelty charges the mother of a missing Jacksonville girl is now a person of interest five year old Taylor Williams went missing last week and her mother Breanna Williams stopped cooperating with police two days later meanwhile investigators have traveled to Alabama were brand is from to search for clues in the girl's disappearance efforts are under way to stop a change proposed for historic home in Polk County the owners of Lakeland dean house want to convert it to a pre school but members of the leg Morton neighborhood association are pushing city leaders to block it signs are displayed around the area of the one hundred seven year old home on Frank Lloyd Wright way on Chris track man news radio WFLA knowledge explores WFLA sports forty five from the ninety five three W. D. A. N. A. M. six twenty sports center I merit Jacob said Tampa Bay rays general manager Eric Neander is been voted major league baseball's executive of the year the Tampa Bay rays one ninety six games this season that's the second most wins in team history despite a league low pay roll of sixty six million dollars the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have claimed second year guard Aaron skinny off of waivers Stephanie was way by the Tennessee Titans on Saturday camping needed and New York Mets slugger Pete Alonso won the National League rookie of the year award he had a rookie record fifty three home runs and drove in a hundred and twenty run it took overtime last night for the Seattle Seahawks to beat the San Francisco forty Niners it's the first loss for the forty Niners this season the Seahawks won twenty seven to twenty four for more on the story is less than a tenth of a sports radio ninety five three W. D. A. and A. M. six twenty where you can check out the pad there and show starting radio WFLA.

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"neander" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"neander" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Looking before then but IT did you really get the somewhat complete until about that period in time so you have all these ancient discoveries being made but the people that are making them are ridiculed and harassed and Shannon from the community just like there are one way to recently for his ideas which some people are you are incorrect but you gotta take for basis it was very intelligent thinking no matter what to come up with the early years people that come out and say this is what happened or or this is what happened criticized and beat so set aside and forgotten I always wonder is that when new discoveries are made and they're kind of like this these outrageous discoveries basically for the time line out of whack you never you see the time line being re written and always remains the same so we're looking at what you know something that happened to a thousand years ago and I never altered we find something even more you know more than that is you know it's crazy like that what is this in the center the the people they found and Asia yeah we're contemporaries of Neander tall and might get should have a conversation once they go we have all this evolution it slow and all this other things I've always thought that we were genetically tampered in the first place windy day we come out with all these different groups of people I mean okay you could I could see a huge.

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"neander" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"neander" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Late. On UFO's, first of all the department offenses rewriting criteria reports we have to understand that the reason this is happening because there's been an event beyond the recent incursion what they call an encouraging sent a shockwave through the department of defense event that is forcing those in top positions. To redefine, with the military is encountered, how it affects national security. Whatever this event is, or was it is created urgency for a revamp space program. The proposal space force. It has also forced NASA and other groups that find just what their mission is, for the future to assume, VIN events occurred that has changed everything from twenty seventeen. We knew the advanced aerospace started indication program secret, investigatory effort funded by the United States government to study. Unidentified flying objects twenty eighteen NASA move forward with a workshop, but how do identify techno signatures from possible worlds and last week, there was a huge meeting of the minds that convened at UC Berkeley, and it was called breakthrough discussion on the migration of life in the universe. And of course, this is what they say. Other site humanity may well, be on the verge of discovering life elsewhere in the universe. We are, certainly close to being able to spread life into the solar system. If life is found elsewhere, one of the most urgent questions will be its origins. We will want. You know, if we share a common origin was transferred to or from earth, or did it rise independently on each world possibility that life can or might be transported monks. The planet starts Zan galaxies from the major questions being explored at breakthrough discuss twenty nineteen about that. They're now talking about humanity on the verge of discovering life elsewhere in the universe. My guest tonight, Linda, how is said some thirty five years ago that she was given documents and, and other information that was, you know, I guess classified at one time, but now is being revealed and she'll reveal it to us tonight. Linda, go ahead and continue what you were talking about before, we had to take the break the irony is that what you're describing is exciting. And it has to do with scientists that are beginning to talk publicly about finding other life in the universe proving it and trying to understand the relationship between us as human life on earth and other life in the universe. And that one thing, that's very important to keep in mind and all these discussions there is only one. Byrol DNA molecule of life on this planet. No other it is in all the bacteria. It is in all life. And that is what I Nobel prize winners. How is that possible? But a planet that is eight thousand miles diameter twenty five thousand miles around two billion years ago. Only one DNA. Would be the source of all life on earth. Well, thirty six years ago, April ninth nineteen eighty three where I started in the break, I was at Crillon air force base. I was working on the Home Box of his documentary called UFO's the factor. His thirty six years before these important headlines that you have read quite. And here's what I was shown tight. It was several pages in the top page said briefing paper for the president of the United States of America on the subject of an identified areo craft and when the pages were turned this man. It said I could read them that I could not take notes. And then I had to move to a chair in the middle of the office. I learned about nine years later, why he had me move. It was set up so that camera video camera and microphone could record everything that I. Said and did reading this paper and here is the first paragraph that stunned me and has been blazoned in my brain ever since April ninth nineteen eighty three and it said. Extra terrestrial biological editors manipulated. DNA in already evolving primates to create Hello. Sapien on the next to the page of the report, it had all cats project Garnett that said all questions injuries about the evolution of homeless, atheist on this planet earth have been answered this project is close. Nineteen eighty three I read both of those paragraphs over and over that day, I had meeting with whistle. Blowers, who have expanded upon those paragraphs in that document have told me as a man who worked, the Defense Intelligence Agency for twenty three years, retired in December of nineteen ninety nine organized a meeting with me man who worked for the World Bank, because he had seen might third book glimpses of other realities volume two. Hi strangeness, which goes in to resurrection technology, cloning technology, Android, making technology with 'lustration by people in the human deduction syndrome. And he wanted to meet me to talk with me about that chapter in glimpses of other realities volume two, and he's told me at the beginning of the conversation. I have worked in such compartmentalized subjects for the last twenty three years that everybody in office is right next to me. We've never been able to talk to each other. We have never been able to see the documents that we studying that this subject having to do with the ability of other life in this universe of clone to hybridize to make Android to make. Robots. From the life force or life forms that genetic material on our planet has been our single. Most highly classified subject matter, and then I get a call in nineteen ninety eight saying, you must get this book, by the journalist Linda, Moulton Howe, and you must look at the chapter about one hundred pages. And he said, I got that book, I opened it up and there you have restrictions as very technology. We thought that we were covering forever. You have transcripts you have met. And he said. My understanding from all of this work that I have done. The DIA is that our government has approved. That. For two hundred seventy million years. There have been three competing terrestrial civilizations competing is the important word for resources, genetic material terra forming earth. And this entire solar system to meet their me. The question at all. This is friendly to the evolving primates on earth, that were manipulated by an advanced intelligence to create the first standing up, primate erected, two million years ago in Africa, and that from homo erectus of the last two million years, there have been many models including Denisa von Neander to Lintas. And now this current cro-magnon homo sapiens, is actually did Soviet or how it is, they are calling them, the go species, and the certainly don't have any connection to us only that big justed in they're trying to figure out where they came from. And there is growing genetic demonstration that all over this planet. There have been in the past the far distant past remember, he said, our government has proof that three competing extraterrestrial, civilizations have been interacting with terra forming harvesting genetic material manipulating DNA for at least two hundred and seventy million years, and this, this conference, actually, there was a number of statements that were made at the conference about migrating, what would know the migration of genome to other planets. But there was someone can't remember the moment I was reading about how your are a few scientists that are talking about alien life or talking about alien life that we have come in contact with these have come in contact with or allegedly come in contact with now. There's speculating. What's interesting? There's. Speculating the alien graze, our synthetic intelligence that we're back engineered from our bodies that they were actually there's some alien presence, that is been sending out these artificial intelligent creatures like the grays the grays were back engineered from us. And they don't have a conscious or they, they envy us because we have a conscious and they don't I want to get your comments on that after the break now complex. Okay. Well, we'll, we'll find that how coming up right here on ground zero. The numbers call eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven.

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"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"No way since they're came on the show. He hit a home run. This should be something said for that. But look of they're getting power from unexpected sources Tommy fans having a really good year. Brandon lousy putting up some power numbers. They have Lau in that low, right? It's it's it's spelled the same way. But don't see. Okay. Low is a bigger, dude. Brandon Lau is a pretty small guy with a narrow frame. So isn't Nate lows brother in the system? Well with lows at allow. They could get Austin metals back and he got up to that great story thumb, but he's been a rehab assignments. He should be activated for tonight's game. So that's a big boost good pitching matchup, this her mind from the Yankees has done. Really? Well, so far this season. He's been a surprise for them. He's always had good stuff. But he's really performing. And then it's class now. Right for the raise the raise a really confident as the pitching pairings breakdown because glass Dow will go tonight. He's been unbelievable for them. That was a steal of a trade. Right. I believe steel of a train meadows and glass now for Archer a ski mask it. A forty five was the only thing missing from that transient. Yeah. It wasn't. It wasn't. Hi, I'm bloom last night at the sneaker Suare, the he and Eric Neander doing an incredible job. Yeah. They are what was the sneaker. So I saw some pictures was that all about that's an event of the Tampa Bay sports commission puts on every year to recognize local sports heroes all three major franchises out there. It's kind of like, a yearly sports award show to honor amateur sports and the pro sports franchises of their this. Great stories and inspirational stories that come out of there anywhere. You're sneakers, right? Yes. You wear sneakers sneakers. Super fancy. Yeah. You got it you dress then sneakers right at the bottom right lane is decided to join us mid segment Rothko, rotting runny sneaker soiree last. I've never seen you in sandals before off the beach and you wear sandals today. Friday, man. Rodney etiquette time. So I can tell.

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"neander" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"neander" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"They asked, Dan, what are you? And he says, I think I'm this. I think of that and they call him back OK tanto. I mean, it's like whatever he said he was they agreed with us. They didn't even do the test. I don't think there's twenty a twenty dollar DNA tests. They can't even ship it for that. Here's what I did. I did ancestry dot com and twenty three twenty three and me already came back, and I I have not gotten ancestry. The reason we did it is we're going to go on the air with all both results to see how they differ if any Tom found out, he's Filipino. No. But what I did find out from this one ninety three and me, I don't want to give a lot away. But serious Twenty-three me twenty three and me is that first of all I haven't faced said no genetic markers for any of the of the defects. None of no seriously, not one not one. According to what it says that doesn't mean you can't get it. Then the other one was seriously ninety six percent Italian while you knew that though. Five hundred but is the rest Neander four percent because they know they keep coming back a bunch of my four percent almost everybody's got some four percent southeast Asia. Interesting southeast Asian. What's his that means where you like that Chinese food, no southeast Asia and eastern European or west adenoid interested to see it'll see and they had it down to like very, I mean percentages cool. How they'll track you down to your like, basically your original tribe. Wow. So they said do you want to know relatives? I said, yes. So they immediately found my nephew said, you have a what what I don't know is this. How do they know it's a nephew because they say this one is most likely nephew. This one is a brother this one is a fourth or fifth. Cousin? How did they do that part where they know that kind of stuff? All right. We want to talk about credit card fees. Go ahead. Michael. What's happening? Hey, tom. Yes, sir. You a couple of weeks ago talked about credit card company charging an extra fee or a charge on your credit card that that was not allowable in Colorado. Mark look that up. And he was what you're not supposed to surcharge. It's it's what it was. Right. Hold on. We'll come back to on it. Okay. Just hang on because they had to make this.

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"neander" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"neander" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"That's my favorite place. I've don't ask me. How the food is. I don't know. It's literally just because the atmosphere. 'cause I remember getting like cupcakes on like a frisbee or something like that. And we have like a pictures of us like putting the frisbees on our head and stuff my bed that was stable and our trip every time to. Yeah. Yeah. How about you? Jess, I think it's just I know I mean growing up I always watched all of the previews on the DVD's, and it would be for like, the Disney parks and watching the kids fly on the Dumbo ride and everything and that was something I always wanted experience and was always wanting to do. And then when I finally got to do that, even though I was twenty when I did it like I enjoyed every minute of writing Dumbo and just getting to be there. Yeah. God I loved watching those. Hi, mom, had those VHS is like from the travel agent or something and they were like a VHS of magic kingdom of up. I would watch those on repeat my mom. Probably hated it. All right. That is it not for the episode. So now, we can tell you guys that we're going to be discussing summer magic today. Another Hayley mills movie could be using summer Mandarin out cold. I know. Yeah. I'm over it. I can really tomorrow. I could I would enjoy some Florida time right now. Yeah. So it's time for the thirty second Disney. Dash I'll go first to break the ice. I have to gather my thoughts here literally just watched this movie yesterday. Dash you guys like huge fans of this movie too. And I'm probably going to let you down with this. So mine I wrote my now, and I was like timing and I had a cut over half of my. It's crazy. You cannot put a lot in thirty seconds. You can I got dinged yesterday. I thought I was being so good. It happened. Are you ready? Oh, what's her name? Again. I forgot it already. Nancy? Okay. Martin. Julia, right. It's not a girl. Yeah. Okay. Mark get set. Go so Nancy and her family lose their father. And then they have like no money. So they Nancy rights to the sky and finds a house that they can rent for sixty dollars a year. So they moved there, and they fix it up. But the Makhaye comes back while they're having a party to reveal this portrait, and it's a bad portrait. And then he ends up basically following in love with Nancy. That's what I got from it. At least not he's like, all I know. But I took from it speed nicer. No, I kind of took it as like using. I wrote that down to. Ages question Martin. Twenty five totally left out. Julia. But you know, what? That's okay. Well. Thanks. That was a that was pretty thin on the details there, but you know, what it was all accurate. Okay. Okay. What want you guys like to go next? Anyone wanna get it over with? Go. All righty. Mark get set. Go Neander, others are picking up a house. They can move. She shares a plan for them to go live in Beulah. They move aspects up offers help fix the house. Peter brings home a dog mother gets a special letter saying cousin Julius coming to stay Anthony Bill. You're not excited. Peter off thing about the ugly bug. Ball anti finds out that they don't have money to keep the house Asheville to hang photo and throw a party to live rent free. Ms Pathum shows up to tell the truth at fakes fall. Just Ryan new schoolteacher. Julia Nancy trying to win his attention..

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"neander" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"neander" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Rail in the US as business insider points out American trains are too expensive to build and run like antiques compared to the rest of the world cost overruns and a lack of political will mean Americans will be sitting in highway gridlock for the foreseeable future. And California's slashing of its ambitious plan to link San Francisco in Los Angeles is the latest example of the US falling behind analysis from tech analyst, rob Enderle, founder of the Enderle group. Rob why is it so hard for us? Well, part of it is the amount of regulation and bureaucracy rail. Is a lot of the times you're going through fairly circuit us route between cities. Within the city is which makes the rail line far more expensive than it makes it very hard to get the highest feed. Really? Ideally, you want to high speed rail to go straight relatively short distances, and then have government support to get you through all the bureaucratic nonsense here because of the nature of the country. You know, separate stage separate government unions government bureaucracy. Ecological issues. It is wicked expensive to build something on the ground and the geography just doesn't lend itself very well derail. So the the end result is we just haven't been able to find it out. I had the other big as we kind of semi turned down the rail system in the country into into a utility that was regulated and the Andrews elba's, we didn't get the kind of developed under a dance what we've seen in the air. So it's it's been kind of a combination of the way we are in the blunders and cost of dealing with the US government. You know, Europe's been doing this for a long time and doing it. Well, same I think for Japan. I mean, even Morocco now, China what we were. We were the world later and railroads arguably Neander entered the last century argue China right now is with regard to venture to be good argued it pass Japan. With things like MagLev, the got to MagLev brielle's in somebody has any. It's been awhile since we were even close to dominant, and we pretty much the laughing stock of the of the rest of the developed world, and you know, the high speed rail would they were talking about putting in here in California with kind of more like medium speed. Okay. Vast and the and and and it would have been, but comparatively obsolescence by train the Japan it, but I am probably twenty years ago. So that so it wasn't a great. There was a lot of hope that they might flip over to the hyperloop and the indigo. I think I think with with this being killed down. There is a chance they might reconsider twice something like hyperloop, but it's pretty embarrassing that the first implementations of hyperloop probably going to be in Dubai and not in the United States. Just once again, showcasing how hard it is anything built here. Even though it was designed it was conceived designed, and and and and it was focused on benefiting the US market speaking with tech analyst, rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group. We're talking about high speed rail. You know, this is also interesting because the New York City congresswoman, Alexandria, Cossio Cortes and others who've embraced this new green deal. See new rail as in their minds, hopefully, replacing air travel at some point. When you think about what the what the right guy what the right government support. It could the problem is nobody can seem to get the right governments have a story years ago, Walt Disney wanted to do a monorail in Anaheim from from Disneyland. L A airport and the estimated budget for doing a three million dollars government spent nine million dollars proving that I wasn't going to be economical. Joe belt had three of them for the cost. They put into into determining that it wasn't going to it wasn't gonna generate money, and they probably would have generated money. So that so that was all fixable. So it just shows you how difficult it is to government you. But the consultants the union difficulties the people you have conceivably pay off to get the get even through the process is just so onerous get by the time, you actually start laying rail you probably dropped the majority of the money that you had to build the today, you have any sense or confidence that rail travel will ever go next level in the US. Right. If they fix if they if they find a way to reduce the cost of doing it, certainly the current generation rail particularly things like MagLev show a lot of potential, and and hyper. Loop though, pretty advanced also is that is a much less expensive way on paper to drop in something that it is high speed in its are higher speed than anything else. That's out there on on on papers. Rob tech analyst, rob Enderle of the Enderle group. Twenty minutes now in front of the hour on.

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"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Some didn't seem to have too many problems, plenty of others were caught chaining up. Creating backup along with Cole Miller. Reporting frigid temperatures and snow expected to continue from Minnesota to the northeast this week king has been crowned at the Westminster dog show in New York. A wire FOX terrier named king crown topped on at Madison Square Garden is a very special wing because the judge is degraded terrier person in the world the prize winning beat out five fellow group champions. It takes patience takes a sense of humor. Many of them have been training and printing since birth one time of getting his hair ready from start to finish is probably more than I've spent on my hair in the last ten years. Tom Hansen reporting from the garden spring training has arrived. What does that mean for the Tampa Bay rays, NewsRadio WFL as Steve Carney's in port, Charlotte? He says the team is trying to continue. What it started late last season? The versatility that the rays have been harping on. There's something that they're certainly looking for in twenty nine teen. It was a word that was used by both manager Kevin cash and general manager Eric Neander when it came to what is going to be the key to the race success coming up in this upcoming season the rays. I spring training game is February twenty-second in port Charlotte against Phillies. It's eight thirty five and NewsRadio. WFL a weather is next..

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"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"neander" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Case was obviously anybody who witnessed that you could see how utterly and completely overwhelming evidence was Guzman is expected to be sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole. He will likely serve that sentence at the supermax prison in Colorado. His attorneys say they will appeal the number of job openings in the US has hit a record high seven point three million beating the previous high set last August. The Labor Department says job openings increased in a number of industries with construction hospitality and food services, and health care, and social assistance jobs leading the way. We'll more new jobs are coming to Tampa ground was broken today for a new Hyatt property downtown the seventeen story hotel and retail space will be called Hyatt place and Hyatt house. Hotels and Tampa mayor. Bob buckhorn is happy. Every day. The sound of the craze. Tells members perhaps. The complex is on north Florida avenue across from city hall, and it is expected to open in the fall of twenty twenty. Well, spring training is getting underway for the boys of summer the Oakland Athletics reported Sunday the Seattle Mariners got a head start yesterday today. Twenty of the remaining twenty eight MLB teams will get their spring training period going with pitchers and catchers slated to report to resume baseball activity. The reigning world champion Boston Red Sox will be among the pack to get things. Started today at their spring training facility in Fort Myers, Florida while the National League champ L A dodgers will do the same in Glendale. Arizona. Seven more teams will have pitchers and catchers report tomorrow. The Atlanta Braves will be the last to get things rolling on Friday. Matt Napolitano, Fox News race pitchers and catchers report tomorrow in port Charlotte and raise general manager. Eric Neander says players are ready to continue their winning ways from the end of last season..

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"neander" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"neander" Discussed on KCRW

"Swarmed him immediately. And the Mexican official was Australian him on the way to the van where they promptly put him in the van and drove them way. No other asylum seekers were returned to Mexico on Tuesday in another shift the US increase the daily number of asylum-seekers it accepted into the country. Eighty people crossed the border around double the average over the past few weeks in a statement after her tour of the port of entry secretary Nielsens of the new policy will be a huge step forward in bringing order to chaotic migration flows. But several legal organizations are already looking into challenging the new policy. Judy Rabinowitz is with the ACLU raises real questions under both the statute and under international law. You know to be returning people to such dangerous conditions asylum-seekers will now be. A separate country from their lawyers who are trying to figure out how this can work. Andrew Nader, a San Diego based attorney represents asylum seekers. It's not clear to me whether I'm allowed to go to next ago and legally engage in the practice of law Neander believes his clients already faced an uphill battle for asylum, and this new policy will further discourage people from making asylum claims from step one, it seems that the administration is trying to do everything they can to put as many hurdles in front of these individuals and make it as hard as possible for them to make their claim secretary. Nielsen says the new policy will discourage.

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Denise Evans, Matthew Warren and Denise Vans discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:26 min | 3 years ago

Denise Evans, Matthew Warren and Denise Vans discussed on Global News Podcast

"Homo sapiens ruled the world. There were various subspecies of humans. The most well known being the Nando tells scientists have long believed that there must be in a certain amount of intimate going and interbreeding between the species. Now bone fragments belonging to a female who died around ninety thousand years ago have been found apparently belong to two distinct human groups. The end towel and a little known subspecies called the Nisa van, not he Warren is one of the reporters from the scientific journal nature. He told Jillian keen more about it. So there's this cave in Russia, wherever the scientists have found remains from ancient humans including Neanderthals, but also this other group of humans could add an incidence. So in this new study, the scientists looked at. Single bone fragment that came from this cave and they extracted the DNA sequenced that the unite. And they found something really surprising. They found that it was a hybrid. So it's mother was Neanderthal, and his father was a Denise Yvonne. And that's really exciting because it's the first time that anybody has ever found this first generation hybrid from these two distinct human populations. Neanderthals we know quite a lot about Denise Evans, not so much, what do you know? Well, very little actually. So they've only been for the Nathan specimens found, we know they had big teeth, but not a whole lot more than that. But that's one of the reasons that this study was so exciting because there are so few remains out there to O'Reilly. Find a hybrid kind of suggests that that mating between Denise Evans and and Neander, those was fairly common. Could it also perhaps explain the demise of Neanderthals that maybe they would just intermingled out of existence. Yeah. I mean, that's that's one of the theories that scientists have put forward in terms of the demise of Nanto's Denise vans. Perhaps they bred with knowledge with each other, but they with us and we do know that they did breed with us because you know, a lot of us have traces of Nancy DNA in our genomes. If you look at certain populations of people in southeast Asia, they also have a small percentage of Denisov Indiana. So one of the theories that scientists have is the yet maybe maybe it was the result of that kind of intimately because the counterargument that by intermingling, you can make a species stronger rather than weaker. Yeah. I mean, this is something that I talked to some of the researchers the I interviewed for Panetta gather this story and Faye suggested that actually, in some ways, it's possible that these kinds of hybrids could sometimes have been weaker. They may be were infertile unfit in some way which could explain why when it comes to Denise vans and Amanda, at least they didn't become. One population as where they remain these two distinct populations, even though they were both around for hundreds of thousands of years. And when you talk to those research to get a sense of something really significant with excited. Yeah, absolutely. Everybody, I talked to his very excited about this. The authors of this study that I talked to, they told me that when they first came back with results that seem to suggest that this offspring came from two different human populations. They couldn't believe it. I felt I must have messed up the analysis in some way, but no, everybody is very excited.

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