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"nikita zim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"nikita zim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Carbon bond they want to cool the permafrost by returning part of Siberia to the ice age were at least what it looked like in those days known as the place to seen era. If we were standing on this hill in the Pleistocene era. What would we see? No, this is looks like us lounge sense of on aunt you'll see around one thousand of Mammas don't maybe five thousand bison out might be then thousands. Of course, if at this place and also alliance lions, yes, it will mine Panetta slides. Sergei Zima told us when man became the main predator, the woolly mammoth and other large grazers were hunted to extinction forest replaced grassland. And that made Siberia vulnerable to a warming climate because trees trap more heat than graphs and winter temperatures, forty below can't freeze the permafrost if there are no herds of animals to trample. The insulating snow. Instead of Obama. As a demonstration project. They call Pleistocene park Nikitas ZIM off his knocking down trees over fifty four square miles and restocking the big grazers Zima offs. Believe returning the land to its ice age appearance will cool the permafrost even in a warming world, you're trying to bring the animals back. Now. How can you do that physically or morally what's financing? All three. But let's start with physically you need what hundreds of thousands millions of these calls unit to start with something.

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"nikita zim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"nikita zim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Bomb they want to cool the permafrost by returning part of Siberia to the ice age released. What it looked like in those days known as the Pleistocene era? If we were standing on this hill in the Pleistocene era. What would we see? No. He's looks like a San Savan, and you will see round one thousand of mama's around maybe five thousand twelve bison might be then sows of courses around this place. And also lions lions. Yes. It was my input editor was slides. Yeah. Sergei Zima told us when man became the main predator, the woolly mammoth and other large grazers were hunted to extinction forest replaced grasslands and that made Siberia vulnerable to a warming climate because trees trap more heat than grass and winter. Temperatures of forty below can't freeze the permafrost if there are no herds of animals to trample. The insulating snow. So this is what you use as a demonstration project. They called Pleistocene park Nikita ZIM off is knocking down trees over fifty four square miles and restocking the big grazers ZIM offs. Believe returning the land to its ice age appearance will cool the permafrost even in a warming world, you're trying to bring the animals back. Now. How can you do that physically or morally what's financing all three? But let's start with physically you need.

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"nikita zim" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"nikita zim" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Carbon bond they want to cool the permafrost by returning part of Siberia to the ice age. At least what it looked like in those days known as the Pleistocene era. If we were standing on this hill in the Pleistocene era. What would we see not any Thrace is looks like grassland savanna, and you see around one thousand of mamas. Around maybe five thousand twelve bison around maybe then sows of courses around this place. And also lions lions. Yes. My in predator was Lydon's. Sergei Zemo told us when man became the main predator, the woolly mammoth and other large grazers were hunted to extinction forest replaced grasslands and that made Siberia vulnerable to a warming climate because trees trap more heat than grass and winter. Temperatures of forty below can't freeze the permafrost if there are no herds of animals to trample. The insulating snow. Yeah. As a demonstration project. They call Pleistocene park Nikita ZIM off is knocking down trees over fifty four square miles and restocking the big grazers Zemo believe returning the land to its appearance will cool the permafrost even in a warming world, you're trying to bring the animals back. Now. How can you do that physically or morally what's financially? All three. But let's start with physically you need.

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"nikita zim" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"nikita zim" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Sport. The bones of extinct woolly mammoths or thawing after more than twelve thousand years the collapse of frozen earth is happening in much of the Arctic including Alaska twenty five percent of the northern hemisphere is permafrost. The seam offs have the theory, many would say a crazy idea for defusing the carbon bond they want to cool the permafrost by returning part of Siberia to the ice age were at least what it looked like in those days known as the Pleistocene era. If we were standing on this hill in the Pleistocene era. What would we see? No, it's looks like a sense of on aunt, you'll see round one sows of Mammas don't maybe five thousand buys it might be then thousands. Of course, if it owns this place and also alliance wyans. Yes. It was mine pit at slides you sere gays EMA told us when men became the main predator, the woolly mammoth and other large grazers were hunted to extinction forest replaced grasslands and that made Siberia vulnerable to a warming climate because trees trap more heat than grass and winter temperatures forty below can't freeze the permafrost if there are no herds of animals to trample. The insulating snow. As a demonstration project. They call Pleistocene park Nikita ZIM off is knocking down trees over fifty four square miles and restocking the big grazers ZIM offs. Believe returning the land to its Icee Japan will cool the permafrost even in a warming world, you're trying to bring the animals back. Now. How can you do that physically in awe morally, what's? All three, but let's start with physically you need what hundreds of thousands millions of these calls unit to start with something second you need to prove people that the concept book and to prove that Concentra cue for many things you don't need meetings famous. You brought up the moral issue of bringing the animals in here. What do you mean by that? I mean, some people say you're playing God, you know, I think it's look me plan. God it was our SS who was playing got fifteen thousand years ago came and the dropped the number of worldwide, and we are just trying to get his back. This is where the offs experiment gets crazier. What they need is the greatest tree crusher of the last twenty thousand years, and they are surrounded with evidence of the once abundant woolly mammoth that's raising. Young female, young female mammoth. This least twenty twenty five pounds. Do you need the woolly mammoth to bring all of this back in the park. It's like do you need your right arm to leave and do your job. No. You don't need it. But the with your arm. You will do it better. So same mama's today one place you might get a willy mammoth is in Boston Massachusetts, specifically in the lab of Harper geneticist, George church Sergei is hoping that you're going to deliver a mammoth to him. Can you do that? I think he's hoping that we will deliver an animal that is very similar to the ones that used to roam there when the cold resistant, elephants, that's what he would like churches. Another scientist who's made the trek to seem offs world. He returned to his renown genetic slab with DNA from mammoth bones. If you look at the twenty genomes of the of the elephants, there's lots of evidence of lots of interbreeding all over the place among the different so-called species. So in a way, we're just recreating hybrid could easily have existed windy. You imagine you might be able to pull up a truck and deliver this creature to place a scene part? I would say that probably in five years will know, whether we can get the store for for mice and the navy pigs and elephants, and then if we can get embryos to grow in the laboratory all the way to term than and is probably a decade. The seam offs have not convinced everyone in climate science. Critics say they lack long-term temperature records of the permafrost and their work is restricted to a relatively small area. You know to the untrained eye. Someone could come away from a meeting with Sarah gay thinking that he's a crackpot. Yeah. That's right. I mean, he he kind of plays the part, but as a climate scientist, how do you evaluate him? I think he's usually right? Certainly he has controversial ideas analyze end up being supported over time. What do you think of his concept of placing park? Fascinating theory. I'm fascinated by the science that can be done to figure out if it's correct Gladis pursuing this. We need to think about solutions Zeman's have little funding for their big idea. The government donated the land in their income flows from the Rin that they charge visiting scientists for the research station. There's is science on a shoestring with a very long time. Sergei you've devoted your life to this. But I wonder why you thought it was important that Nikita devote his life to this. Simplist?

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