35 Burst results for "Over A Thousand Years"

Kyiv shrines, memorials with powerful symbolic value at risk

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Kyiv shrines, memorials with powerful symbolic value at risk

"As Kiev braces for a Russian attack many are worried about some of the nation's most sacred orthodox shrines located there the city is the spiritual heart of Ukraine some of the holy sites at risk date back to early one thousand years to the dawn of Christianity in the region the landmarks include the golden dome St Sophia's cathedral and the monastery of the caves others include the multi tower at St Michael's golden domed monastery and St Andrews church there is no confirmation that Russians plan on targeting any of the sacred sites but civilian buildings have already been hit another cities including the assumption cathedral in the city of Kharkiv I'm Walter Ratliff

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Vladimir Putin Has Assassinated Many & Still Has His Supporters

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Vladimir Putin Has Assassinated Many & Still Has His Supporters

"Day I said and I want to reiterate this Then since Vladimir Putin has hit squads out to try and take out Zelensky A tremendous leader as I say a man who will be remembered for thousand years and he will Given his courage given his statesmanship leadership under really incredibly awful conditions knowing full well that if they get him they're going to kill him He's the number one target Well if in fact they get him Because they believe by taking him out that they will that they will just so drive the Ukrainian people The spirit that they won't fight back I also said that it's my great hope That's zelensky and the Ukrainian military Have put together their own hit teams To do the same to Putin Due to the same to Putin And that is to get hit teams into Moscow to threaten Vladimir Putin Vladimir Putin has assassinated an awful lot of people He's assassinated oligarchs that wouldn't give them wouldn't give him their money And part of their industries he's assassinated political rivals who became popular He's assassinated people in his own circle who had become popular He's assassinated journalists In that he still has his supporters here in our own country

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World Volcano Review-Volcano Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

World Volcano Review-Volcano Intro and Wrap

"Twenty twenty twenty twenty one one was was a a very very busy busy year year for for people people who who monitor monitor volcanoes volcanoes the the two two eruptions eruptions that that got got the the most most media media attention attention were were in in Iceland Iceland and and La La Palma Palma in in Spain Spain and and Iceland Iceland superstructure superstructure manner manner and and since since the the thirteenth thirteenth century century I I think think Balkan Balkan allergy allergy professor professor Clive Clive Oppenheimer Oppenheimer at at the the university university of of Cambridge Cambridge says says the the Iceland Iceland volcano volcano has has a a history history if if we we look look at at the the last last ten ten thousand thousand years years or or so so they're they're interruptions interruptions that that decides decides that that lasted lasted for for a a century century or or more more that that volcano volcano has has it it caused caused a a lot lot of of damage damage Oppenheimer Oppenheimer says says it's it's a a different different story story on on the the island island of of La La Palma Palma in in Spain Spain so so the the nana nana plantations plantations being being inundated inundated with with lava lava very very very very sick sick plaza plaza it's it's just just burying burying everything everything what what is is the the volcanic volcanic outlook outlook for for twenty twenty twenty twenty two two some some of of the the old old old old faithfuls faithfuls the the million million names names like like Aetna Aetna and and strongly strongly that that they'll they'll they'll they'll continue continue doing doing nothing nothing with with more more dormant dormant volcanoes volcanoes coming coming to to life life I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Reasons to Believe Founder Hugh Ross On How the Sun Affects Life on Earth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 7 months ago

Reasons to Believe Founder Hugh Ross On How the Sun Affects Life on Earth

"Hey there folks, I'm talking to Hugh Ross. He is the founder and president of reasons to believe an extraordinary ministry and organization that has helped me a lot in making sense of how science accords with the God of the scripture, it's just wonderful to have you as my guest who we were just talking about something I don't think that I've heard before. You said that the earth in recent years very recently happens to be coinciding at a time when the sun is optimal for a planet like ours for life thriving on a planet like ours. And you said that window that perfect window is about a hundred thousand years where roughly halfway through that, what happened? What was the sun doing in the day of the dinosaurs or during the Cambrian era? How did that affect life on earth? Well, the windows fairly broad per bacterial life, about 4 billion years wide. For advanced global human civilization, that's where it's extremely narrow. And the time of the dinosaurs, the sun's fluttering activity was considerably greater than it is now. But they did not to worry about power grids being knocked out or the food supply being wiped out. So they did find what the sun having greater flaring activity. They did okay without having more x-ray and a gamma ray activity than it does right now. It's we humans that are most sensitive to that, and I got a new book come on and fine tuning, designed to the core, or I make the point that right now, the sun's luminosity stability is 5 times more stable than the next most stable star we can see anywhere in our entire

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Supervolcano Eruptions Aren't Single Events

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:57 min | 8 months ago

Supervolcano Eruptions Aren't Single Events

"You study ones that civil kano eruptions on singular events but can continue with follow up last for thousands of years after the first eruption super volcanic eruptions are among the most catastrophic event in any planet's history then includes the earth they vet tremendous amounts of magma almost instantaneously they impact global climate here on earth that means triggering volcanic winter with abnormally cold temperatures causing widespread feminine population disruptions and e findings reported in the journal nature based on a study of volcanic debris from the turbo eruption indonesia. Seventy five thousand years ago. There's no other way to say it. Tober was the largest volcanic eruption in human history. It had a volcanic explosively index of eight the highest possible score on the chart. The volcanic explosively index is a lot of rhythmic scale for an eruption depend on how much welcoming materials thrown out to what hide it's thrown and how long the eruption lasts. Well people these days talk about events. Such as the famous eighteen eighty three eruption of krakatoa in the sunda strait between the islands of java and sumatra or more recently mount saint helens eruption in washington. State these with thousands of times smaller than tober. Thankfully super volcanoes like turbo. A few and far between the last was new. Zealand's taboo volcano. Some twenty eight thousand five hundred years ago. Should volcanoes often erupt several times with evils of tens of thousands of vs between bigger options. But it's not known what happens. During the dormant periods one of the study's authors associate professor martin denny shake from curtin. University says gani understanding of these lengthy dormant periods hope scientists workout. What to look for an young active sipa volcanoes and help. Scientists prick future eruptions

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California wildfires burn into groves of giant sequoia trees

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

California wildfires burn into groves of giant sequoia trees

"Crews are trying to keep wild fires away from groves of giant sequoia trees in national parks and forests in California wildfires have made it to at least four girls of the agents a call yes some two thousand years old and two hundred feet in height colony fire spokesperson Rebecca Patterson says some of the oldest and most well known sequoias are being wrapped in a fire retardant blanket structural rap on which is typically used to protect buildings from the possibility of fire on around the bases of giant sequoia trees she says that includes the best known of the giant trees the general Sherman tree which is the largest living tree in the world the fire is about a mile from the giant forest officials don't know yet the extent of damage caused to the other girls which are in remote hard to reach areas I'm Tim acquire

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The Archeological Dig of Gobekli Tepe

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:52 min | 8 months ago

The Archeological Dig of Gobekli Tepe

"When close schmidt began his excavation of go. Beckley tempe in nineteen ninety-four. He had no idea what he was going to find. And by the way the name go beckley tempe in turkish means pot belly hill. The spot was a hill. That had been previously noted in an archaeological survey conducted by the universities of istanbul in chicago in nineteen sixty three. They noted the presence of stone tools as well as some stones sticking out of the ground which they thought were gravestones based on work. At previous sites schmidt realized the stone sticking out of the ground might not be headstones but could be ancient monoliths as he began his dig. He realized that his hunch was correct. The stones work gravestones but were in fact carved ancient monoliths as the dig progressed over the years. They discovered a much larger complex. There were multiple monoliths with elaborate carvings on them. Some of them had pictures of animals and people. The large megaliths stood about fifteen feet or five meters tall. These were surrounded by circular walls. In the at twenty of these circular enclosures that have been discovered so far. The largest megalithic which has been discovered is seven meters or twenty three feet tall and is estimated to weigh fifty tons. The entire complex is located on the top of a hill which has a great view of the surrounding countryside and it isn't near any source of water. There were cisterns found at the site which were designed to collect rainwater. Whoever built this clearly had some form of societal organization in the ability to move large stones in addition to doing artistic carvings. If this was all there was to beckley tepi this would still be incredible find however there was more much more. They found embers from cooking fires on the site and did radiocarbon dating on them. They were also able to date. Many of the tools found at the site. What they discovered was astounding. They were dated as being eleven thousand years old.

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Mosaic Megachurch Pastor Erwin McManus on the Genius of Jesus

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 8 months ago

Mosaic Megachurch Pastor Erwin McManus on the Genius of Jesus

"A lot of times genius is not expressed in physics mathematics is expressed in so many different arenas of life but you have to have a domain where that genius is expressed. And i think that's where the genius jesus lost because there isn't an expected domain. This is hang. Hang on just want to say. That's a really cool idea. That's another idea. I've never thought of that. That's a big idea what you just said that. He didn't have you know he didn't write sonnets. He didn't right I it so yeah. So he just lived his life and share things that other people grabbed and wrote down so keep going. But that's a fascinating concept. This is why the genes of jesus is so easily missed because his domain was the human spirit that his work of art was the way his teachings his ideas his influence transformed what it looked like to be human. And so when you have a genius that affects the domain of humanity. It can be so easily overlook oxygen in the room. You don't think about the air in the room except when there is no oxygen add. The domain of jesus is the transformation of the human spirit. Now eric during unicorn during covert everybody has like their crazy moments and i wrote this book during quarantine. I was in my back house and having a conversation with myself which. I do all the time which is why. I'm rarely lonely. And but you know how sometimes you have those conflicting voices and you're not sure. Which one is you. But you're having an argument with yourself. And and i had the stock. How odd that. My entire life is centers around this person. Who two thousand years ago now. I know i'm not supposed to be having that question because i'm the founder of mosaic patrick's church. I'm a follower of jesus. But i always have these these questions and and i thought to myself how odd that my whole life is centered around this person named jesus said one thing i can't deny is that my life has been changed by jesus but objectively. I could argue that. Jesus doesn't exist. I could argue that. Jesus isn't god. But i can't actually argue that. My life hasn't been changed by this dynamic. That i've identified as jesus so i had this thought either at been changed by the reality of jesus being god himself or have been changed by the idea of

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Amanda Little Asks, What Is the Future of Our Food?

Environment: NPR

02:00 min | 9 months ago

Amanda Little Asks, What Is the Future of Our Food?

"We have a growing global population. We have growing demand for meat. We also have decreasing arable land. We have increasingly brittle an antiquated food supply chains and all of this is combined with these increasing climate pressures and there has to be a new approach. This is journalist. Amanda little and like a lot of us. She's trying to make ethical food choices for herself. I live in nashville tennessee. Land of barbecues. I am a shark and charmed waters and has been very hard for me to remove meat from my diet. And that's just one reason. Why amanda wrote a book called the fate of food. It's an investigation into what needs to happen to prevent future food emergencies. The international panel on climate change has said that by mid century the world may reach a threshold of global warming beyond which current agricultural practices will no longer support large human civilizations. And i've committed to memory it's at actual quote from a twenty fourteen. Ipc report because it's just such a staggering statement. When you put it like this. Amanda like part of me is like oh my gosh. It's enough to want to turn off the radio and cry. But i don't want people to do that because you know you've spent all these years traveling and talking to people who are trying to fix it yeah. This is a deeply troubling story. How do you feed the world. This is a question that has propelled and troubled civilization for the better part of thirteen thousand years right. And you have one side saying let's go back to the way things were industrial farming screwed. Everything up you know we. We need to d- infant our food supply and go back to sort of pre industrial agriculture.

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The Domestication of the Potato

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:12 min | 9 months ago

The Domestication of the Potato

"How many foods that we eat today. All around the world simply didn't exist in the old world of africa asia and europe corn chocolate vanilla peppers green beans pumpkins. Tomatoes and squash are all foods that were completely unknown to the peoples of the old world. Perhaps the most important neural food. However was the humble potato. The potato was originally native to south. America it was first domesticated impro- anywheres from five thousand ten thousand years ago. It's really hard to tell because potatoes aren't very well preserved in the archaeological record. But we know that they were being grown. Probably when studies were first being built in mesopotamia specifically they were probably first domesticated around the area of lake titicaca high in the andes mountains. The first confirmed evidence in the archaeological record comes from the year. Thousand five hundred. You're the coastal city of n con just north of lima peru. The potato was the primary food stuff for the incan empire. Potatoes cooked by ancient peruvians. We're not too dissimilar to how they're cook today. They were baked or boiled and might have been mashed. Potato is pretty much have to be cooked in order for the starches in them to be digestible by humans. Some potato varieties had toxic compounds that required soaking and clay and water to leach out the toxic substances one popular way of processing potatoes in the andes was to make this involved repeatedly leaving them outside to freeze and then thawing them. The next day this freeze drying would go on for three to five nights then they would be laid out and stomped on to remove any remaining water. The result would be white. Rock looking thing not too dissimilar from appealed potato but because it was dehydrated it could last for years. Potatoes had been domesticated all the way down the andes mountains to southern patagonia. In what is today chile prior to the arrival of europeans. The first spanish explorers to the region led by pizarro in fifteen thirty to recognize the value of the potato but when they brought them back to europe it was mostly for consumption by the south american people they brought back with them supposedly and i know this because i actually paid a visit. The first place in europe to grow potatoes was the garden at the monastery in guadalupe spain. It was a place that queen isabella frequently visited.

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Major Climate Changes Inevitable and Irreversible – IPCC’s Starkest Warning Yet

The Naked Scientists

02:07 min | 9 months ago

Major Climate Changes Inevitable and Irreversible – IPCC’s Starkest Warning Yet

"Climate change has been top of the agenda recently as the latest ipcc. Report came out earlier. This month the intergovernmental panel on climate change produces one of these reports every six to seven years to summarize the fourteen thousand scientific papers that have been published on historic climate models global warming and its implications on the planet and the findings of this report are clear. Humans are responsible for the planet warming at a rate that is unprecedented in at least the last two thousand years this warming is driven by increased greenhouse gas emissions of which co. Two and. Methane are the major contributors. This is already leading to hotter heat. Waves wetter monsoons more frequent droughts and the oceans warming at their fastest rate since the end of the last full ice age. Some of the impacts us. Humans have had on the planet on now irreversible. We are going to warm. The planet by one point five degrees c more than pre industrial levels. No matter what we do now sea levels are going to rise by several meters over the next two thousand years the ice sheets will continue to melt and the oceans will become more and more acidic. But please don't switch off just yet. I promise this show is not all doom and gloom and i know all too well how listening to the facts about climate change can make you feel like the world is very literally on fire and there is nothing we can do. So what is the point in even trying well. The science is clear on that too. There is hope if we can reduce our global carbon emissions to net zero by twenty fifty. The planet will quickly stop warming. And if we start absorbing more carbon than we produce it'll even start cooling down again and those extreme weather events will become less extreme again

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Wet Notes 8-30-21

Scuba Shack Radio

07:35 min | 9 months ago

Wet Notes 8-30-21

"This is wet notes here on scuba shack radio for monday august thirtieth two thousand and twenty one. Well we have certainly had our fill of extreme weather lately just last week here. In connecticut we face the challenges of tropical storm on re just barely below hurricane strength and at the last minute it shifted east and we avoided the brunt of the wind rhode island wasn't as fortunate and now we have item a cat for hurricane hit louisiana. Extreme weather is now the norm. The news keeps getting worse. Recently there was a study published by nicholas bars from the potsdam institute for climate impact research and that was that the gulfstream could be varying towards irreversible collapse. Now the gulf stream is part of the atlantic meridional overturning circulation or a. m. Oc this circulation takes warm salty. Water from the tropics moves in north and then takes the cold water south. The study finds that the circulation is at its weakest in one thousand years. So what happens if the gulfstream collapses that will dictate extreme cold for parts of north america and europe. Is the collapse imminent well. That's not an easy question. Answer it could be decades away but as we have seen things are happening a lot faster when it comes to climate change not only will the disruption of the gulfstream resort in colder north american temperatures. It is predicted that there will be a rise in sea level disruption of the monsoon patterns and impacts on the amazon rainforest. An aunt arctic ice sheets. The study concluded that is that this is all a result of human endorse induced climate. Change in may of this year. I talked about a project out on lake. Tahoe called cleanup lake. That project had an ambitious goal of cleaning over seventy two miles of the mountain lake. So i thought i would give it a quick update on how the work is progressing. Now these numbers come from the cleanup delake website. Cleanup delete dot org as earlier this month. Team of divers has removed an amazing eight thousand. One hundred and twenty two pounds of trash were three hundred and three thousand six hundred eighty four kilograms and covered about twenty two miles or thirty four kilometers of coastline. There update indicated that they have completed seventy four dives over twenty seven days of diving. The diver's consumed two hundred and eighty six cylinders of air. Today there have been eighty one volunteers who have delivered two thousand six hundred and eleven volunteer hours. Now i'm not sure if they're on pace to meet their objectives but that's not always the measure success. The amount of continuing effort is what really counts. Keep up the good work guys. The annual boston sea rovers clinic for this year is just one month away. The two thousand twenty clinic happened just a couple of weeks. Before the corona corona virus lockdowns took effect. We really didn't know how serious things were then. Now as we continue to emerge from the pandemic the show may just have the distinction of being the last face to face. Scuba show in the world before the pandemic and the first face-to-face scuba show in the world post pandemic monty. And i were at the last meeting. And everything's proceeding for the october. First and second show the show will follow state and local mandates and as the days pass by. We are all hoping that the show will go off his plan. This year shows moved from the traditional march date to october as a result of the pandemic that you'd be a great time to enjoy some early fall weather in new england. It'd be great to get together and diving is certainly a social sport. Do you miss dive training magazine. I sure do. I think i've re reread all the back issues. We have a good shop at least three times. So what's happening with the publication. Well i reached out to catherine castle garcia the editor to find out the latest catherine informed me that they hope to be publishing again in the fourth quarter of two thousand and twenty one. Now that's some good news. The fourth quarter is not that far away. And i'm certainly looking forward to dive training magazine hitting the streets and finally here on wet notes. I wanted to give you an update on the situation with dutch springs. If you remember last time. I reported that the property owned by stu jill school had been sold to trammell crow texas developer. Who's planning to build a large warehouse facility on the property. The initial word was that dutch would shut down after the season while a lot has happened in the last couple of weeks i there was a petition that garnered over three thousand supporters to keep the place open and as we know petitions can only go so far then there was support from patty professional association of diving instructors patty due to white paper outlining the economic benefits dutch brings provides as a diving venue. Patty estimates that because dutch exists. It helps to generate three point. Four billion annual retail sales in the northeast they tag the economic benefit to bethlehem at thirty four point five million as for tax revenue. The paper indicates that about ninety. Eight point nine million is generated for state and local taxes and northeast and about two point one million for bethlehem in addition to patty support. The lehigh valley planning commission has called the proposal of disaster for the quality of life in the lehigh valley while it seems that there a great deal of opposition to maybe very little that can be done to stop the effort. One positive. I that i did see. Was that trammell. Crow was indiscretions with local officials to offload the fifty off lou to fifty acre quarry for community use. Just how would you get to acquire if they build the warehouses. I don't know while the saga is far from over. I would expect that we won't see. Dutch brings open for the twenty twenty two dive season but his al michaels once said. Do you believe in miracles. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes. Here on scuba shot radio for august thirtieth two thousand and twenty one

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"over thousand years" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"You can spend a couple two or three hours here of you'll have to hike up about twenty thirty minutes potentially in the hot sun to get to it but it's worth a hike one of the things that i should mention about the buddhist temples too is you will need to be covered in all your shoulders and engineer. He's in as well when you enter the you have to take off your shoes and your hats. Just be aware like some of these temples. Dick like if you have to walk across hot rocks. It is extremely hot and you want to just make sure you keep your socks with you. Were dancing a lot literally dancing around on these rocks without socks and we kind of learned our lesson the hard way too but we had our socks by that diamond and it was a little more reasonable. But it's you get to anyway this ledge. That is quite hot but it has an incredible view out over the the planes. And there's a series of five caves. You walk through and incredible paintings very vivid colors in really good condition and well over hundred buddha statues scattered around these caves. So it's really is kind of a neat experience to walk through when just taken these caves in these paintings that are that are literally well over thousand years old. Well i'm seeing some of them two thousand years old. Am i getting it wrong. No it dates back to the i read the the second century bc the complex itself as a monastic complex. That over two thousand years old interest so quite indistinct site and then from there. We ended up visiting syria for. We did a full day trip. They're in this again is a must see site. It's this if you haven't seen a picture of it. I mean just google and take this. Ancient rock fortress it dates back about the fifth century As just as rocky outcropping literally stick straight up out of the surrounding grounds with these two hundred meter high vertical cliffs going straight up. Great views from the top also. Some great uses..

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Survivors grapple with aftermath of deadly Tennessee flood

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Survivors grapple with aftermath of deadly Tennessee flood

"More than twenty people are known dead others are missing since flash floods touched off by a record rain roared through a rule Tennessee county the slow moving storms seemingly parked over Humphreys county Tennessee the seventeen inch day lose Saturday a record for the state resulting in flash floods rolling through the small towns of Waverly and make you one Anna Mae's held on to the door frame over home in Waverly water up to her chin I thought I was blown out loud screaming and howling Jody Starkey from the same neighborhood says the flood killed people in homes across the street from hers we could see these people on their porches and I think in my mind that they thought they were safe that the water was not going to get that high meteorologists and climate scientists say such one hundred year or even one thousand year floods are becoming more common because of climate change I'm Tim acquire

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Rabbi Yehudah Glick on Building a Third Temple on the Temple Mount

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 9 months ago

Rabbi Yehudah Glick on Building a Third Temple on the Temple Mount

"People are not allowed to pray on the temple mount. So i'm allowed to visit but i'm i'm theoretically not allowed to pray. Is this rule changing or changed. I know you are working. So t tell me where are we we. We really made a change. And as i said in the past anybody who moved his lips was immediately arrested today. More and more jobs. Come on wait a minute. You're not kidding people. Move your lips in the past. That was what what situation was. Five hundred and ten years ago up there and i start moving my lips. What what happens. Succo cop the. Yeah the the. The jordanian palestinian walks would immediately call the police and the police would say. Listen this the status quo and then we can't allow that. But really i wanna i wanna. I just prefer looking towards the future. Because i have a illness. I don't know if you know. I'm very optimistic. Like it and i believe that we can bring the change. And we're bringing the change. And i really want to tell you that i have the privilege of here being right now as you said. We're all our hearts in israel and that's where we live but i'm here now with hadas who's really leading leading a revolutionary idea which is no greater than the one that i'm dealing with if i'm dealing with the destruction of the temple home of god that that has been destroyed two thousand years ago and we are rebuilding hadas dealing with present reality. And i think it's important that your listeners. Listen to this. Revolutionary thing that does is leading together with me. Tim foundation look for we get to that. Just give me quickly. Are you advocating rebuilding the temple building a third temple. And where is that just briefly. Because i'm just trying to no it's not. I am not advocating. The bible advocates talks about building a house of prayer for all nations. We want the one only god his he has one. His name is one and we. Are we believe that. The people have been chosen to be light upon the nation's to be a blessing to the families of the earth and teach them that. We're all worshipping one god even though we're the verse in systems and the way he's not mean to be convinced that it should be there. I think it should be there. But i mean. Is this realistic that they would allow jews to build a temple on the temple. Mount strikes me as very difficult if i would ask you eighty years ago. Is it realistic. Jewish state will be established in the middle east. Never anthro

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Maybe You Don’t Have the Eye for Art That You Think You Have

The Gargle

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Maybe You Don’t Have the Eye for Art That You Think You Have

"Section now. And this is the story of qatari shea who lost a legal battle recently of a five point two million dollars worth of fake ancient artifacts tip stevenson. You talk about fake stuff. All the time what's happening while the swiss dealer is disputed this claim the a two thousand year old bust of alexander. The great was worthless. I'm not sure what they're saying is fake here. Like how were they fake. Is it the age that's faked or is it not alexander the great thumb there might you've got him purchased and alexander the mediocre if stuffed yourself up so apparently this shake has lost a five point two million over these various pieces. I think there was also one that they pay two point. Two million four. A statuette of the greek goddess of victory nike or nike depending on whether you in america or england in ancient greece. Just do it. But they haven't commented on any of the other. Greek statues amaze. Which is the greek god of leaving your parcel in. Been two doors down. Cla media the greek goddess of one night stands and athena the greek goddess of topless men cradling babies so Yet so this man's angry it sounds like a bunch of people with too much money arguing with a bunch of people too much money and then paying some lawyers to argue about it for too much money. Well if you've call as much money as he has then what else are you going to do with it. I don't like feeling sorry for the rich. So sharpie but i also score the. He was suing a gallery for selling him. Three hundred thousand pounds of fake not ancient mosaics. So there's a pattern here. Is he not learning. Yeah i mean this is like blaming all of your exits at some point. You've got to realize that the thing you will have in common issue and maybe the ifa fought that you think you

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Who Are the Taliban?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 9 months ago

Who Are the Taliban?

"Who are the taliban well the taliban were removed from power in afghanistan by us in two thousand one and they have been displaced from power over the last twenty years and obviously they have seized power again taliban or otherwise known as students in the pashto language emerged in the early nineteen nineties northern pakistan following the withdrawal of soviet troops from afghanistan it is believed that the predominantly pashtoon movement first appeared in religious seminaries. I'm reading from. Bbc dot com mainly mostly paid for by money by saudi arabia which preached a hardline form of suni islam the promise made by the taliban in pashtoon areas straddling pakistan and afghanistan was to restore peace and security then enforce their own very steer version of sharia or islamic law. Their political office is in doha right now and they will return back to afghanistan very soon. My head of the taliban is this guy. Holy moly good luck pronouncing this molewa hip. Tula august sokha zodda. He's the former taliban chief. Justice leader since two thousand sixteen. There's a senior judge political. Deputy deputy and deputy and they're from southwestern afghanistan. The taliban began quickly extending their influence. In september of ninety five and captured the province of herat bordering iran now the taliban the actual pashtoon people they have a history going back hundreds of years wallover a thousand years. They own those hills the taliban they have banned music television cinema disapproved of girls over ten going to school. They have been accused of various human rights and cultural abuses and in fact the taliban destroyed the famous byman. Buddha statues in central afghanistan

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UN Climate Change Report: It's Not Too Late to Control Global Warming

Short Wave

01:59 min | 9 months ago

UN Climate Change Report: It's Not Too Late to Control Global Warming

"Becky. The main thing. I took away from the big. Un climate report last week was that climate change is accelerating which is really scary. Because it makes it feel like we're running out of time to control the speed and severity of global warming. Yeah totally and we can put some terrifying numbers behind that scary feeling right so the earth is already almost two degrees. Fahrenheit hotter than it wasn't late eighteen hundreds The rate of warming since nineteen seventy is the fastest in two thousand years. The same goes for sea level rise. It's accelerated since the nineteen seventies ex but the science also makes it clear that it is not too late to control global warming. So we're living through a really exciting moment because everything that humans do now when it comes to climate change will have impacts for the rest of our lives. But why is that like. Why should this moment feel exciting. Instead of dreadful to be clear it can feel both ways like a good climate therapist. Okay go on yes. But here's the case for why it's exciting so the earth is on track for catastrophic warming right now so if humans don't cut greenhouse gases quickly we could see five six even seven feet of sea level rise on average by the end of the century but the flip side of that is that if humans do basically stop burning oil and gas and coal this decade next decade. Then that doesn't happen and yeah that's going to be really really hard. But under that scenario sea levels rise a lot more slowly and they max out at maybe a foot which is a huge difference. Right if we're thinking about kids who are in elementary school right now. In coastal cities all around the world. We'd be saving them from life changing sea level rise this same goes for other impacts from climate change. You know if adults alive today can manage to virtually stop burning fossil fuels in the next twenty years or so. Life looks a lot less polluted a lot less dangerous for kids. Who are alive today.

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The Importance of a Fundamental Grounding in Western Philosophy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 10 months ago

The Importance of a Fundamental Grounding in Western Philosophy

"Let's talk about. It's what you teach the importance of least at least a fundamental grounding in western philosophy for all members of our civilization. How important is that professor williams. You know you're preaching to the choir. On this i would make it obligatory and i would start is early high school. I think when when high school students are have to confront the big questions and would philosophy gives you is not not so much a life plan as the ability to ask yourself big questions to realize that the what are the most important questions and ways that you go about reasoning to the answers and thinking about them and especially studying the history of lousy. It's very interesting as you know that. That science and technology grow so every year. We know a little bit more ever. You can do a little bit more. Philosophy doesn't grow that way aristotle. Today it's like reading aristotle. Two thousand or twenty five hundred years ago says still has meaning. It still has value because these deeper questions about the meaning of existence the meaning of of human life these bigger questions and so there's a frustration in the fact that you don't get that kind of growth is building on it like like technology does but on the other hand. There's something very very exciting to be able to still wrestle with these intellectual giants from hundreds and thousands of years ago and that is why as far as i'm concerned that is why those who believe in progress delusional that they have no sense of history the essence of man. The things man struggles with haven't changed since we left the caves. I mean truly the search for meaning the sense of Quantifying worth all of these things are the same. They were two three four thousand years ago. And that's why everybody you're absolutely right. Professors should be required to study. The you know. The the ancient greeks and some of the key modern philosophers Because it just helps helps man on his journey and that journey is a universal journey for all of

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"over thousand years" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Each needle can last for twenty four years old tree. The tree grows very slowly but it can reach heights. One or two hundred feet We have We have a long long treatise on our on our website about The the man who collected it who also is the breeder of that perennial kale. Chris mannix calls it a tree. Brontosaurus could not browsed. That's really when this treat evolved it evolved to be able to fend off the giant dinosaurs that wanted to eat it Eat into the ground rights right. So it's like a two hundred million. You're old at least three. S i mean on the planet it. It's incredibly old and they are They can live for a long time. The oldest one that's been coordinated was over thousand years old and there's It really requires some dedication if you want to grow a tree like this you're planning for future generations If you're if you're a young person and you plant one you may be lucky to to see the tree produce a whole bunch of nuts in your lifetime but if you're an older person chances are you're just planting this tree for future generations but one tree can produce tons and tons of food over its lifetime and if you're used to a regular pine nut even if you've seen those Really large pine nuts that come out of Come out of asia. They are nothing. Compared to the monkey puzzle. Assault pine nut is can be an inch and a half long It's bigger than a bigger than a cashew. And it's it's it's got an amazing texture if you roasted it's almost like a chestnut The flavor is not as a pioneers pine. It's it's quite mild. It can be ground into flour. It can be just roasted and eaten as is a it can be eaten raw or cooked. It's a. it's a really amazing tree. Amazing food but In its in its native. Range is becoming increasingly rare It's it's would is a is a useful would so it's often been cut down. for uses lumber and climate changes is shifting Because it's such a slow growing trees to regenerate new places where where it it's better adapted but this doesn't it incredibly well in the pacific northwest and our seeds. This year came mostly from a a site in in washington state really well in oregon and northern california but there there are Specimens growing all over the country and they are said to be. Hardy disowned seven. But i've seen them growing well zone six as well There's one in at the new jersey botanical gardens right by the border with new york state are north of new jersey. There's a bucks at the central park zoo. Longwood gardens has them right out front of their main entrance in pennsylvania So they do that..

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"over thousand years" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

Desperate Pastor Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on Desperate Pastor Podcast

"And it just. I think I'm sorry i saw something this morning and it was like it was looking up stuff about this. They just found. I heard the radio this morning and like quotes is like the. They're just giving little pieces of they found so they found the debt. We haven't even got there so you have all but that's when you textual criticism is as we're finding you find more and more copies and data from different areas and the different had and so these ones were found and they believe there from like around seventy eighty and they were hidden in there. Maybe during you know an attack or something we need to preserve them. They hit him in these caves. And so one of the quotes. These are the things you are to do. Speak the truth to one. Another rendered true. Perfect justice in your gates do not contrive evil against one another did not love perjury because these are the things. I hate declares the lord. You're reading these things they like. I guess what i'm saying is just a read that at a very a very base level as a follower of god and say these are people recording that this is the word of god. I should a very least be like the meal. Let me study then. Let me see if that agrees when you automatically go. No we're finding scrolls their thousand over thousand years old almost two thousand years old like and they're talking about what the lord would say in their from people who believed in the lord and we're living the christian life at that era according to what they had and they cared enough to preserve it and you go no no no we got it because it doesn't it doesn't match. The narrative doesn't up. I have a certain narrative that i wanna have iraq's like they've done their due diligence to translate it poorly and then translated back to to be a source from the translation that yeah so diluted and so and that's.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on Shooting The Shits Podcast

Shooting The Shits Podcast

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on Shooting The Shits Podcast

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"over thousand years" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on PRI's The World

"In New York City you are opening up a sacred and controversial subject in Berlin about eighty percent of people. There are renters. They've got clout thanks. Local officials a rent freeze was scheduled to kick in next month but now bad news for the Berlin renters. It's uncertain the freeze will happen. German property accompanies along with the country's minister of the Interior. Say the proposed rent. Freeze law is unconstitutional from Berlin. Here's the world's ORLA Barry. If you're a renter in a city. Did he like Boston. New York or London renting in Berlin sounds like a pretty sweet deal tenants in the German capital or protected by a whole host of Tennessee regulations relations. But get this. The Berlin Senate has passed a bill that would prevent landlords from hiking. Rents for five full years. It's sort of a rent freeze jackpot for tenants. We're we welcome the freeze as a kind of little break for the sleepless nights of tenants in Berlin. That's Jenny stood calm. She's been renting a place in North West Berlin for six years. stook is also a campaigner with the tenants rights group. She says the freeze is just a first step. We don't I see it as a good solution on a long run. It's still doesn't give solution sued problematic situation of people in social housing for example. But still. It's a good way to actually come down the market situation. Himalayan stood as landlord has bumped up her rent by more than six percent every year. Over time that hurts financially the real culprits here. She says or the private corporations that own pounds of apartments across the city stupider Andrew Fellow campaigners owners want a referendum to expropriate private housing. They want to force companies. Who will in more than three thousand apartments each to sell them back to the city of Berlin in on surprisingly real estate firms are not happy about any of this Christian also this is with? Iv De an industry company. The represents more than six thousand real estate estate agents and property managers across Germany. It was a bad idea. I have a legal background so when I heard the first time about the proposal. I thought it's illegal. Uh says a wrench freeze would kill real estate development in Berlin just like the communist government of the former East Germany managed to do. If there's no money from the tenants than there will be no money for modernization. For Investment new building and the Judy had had the same religion they had kind of ran freeze and what we found after the time of our was very old and bad housing. Stop the wrench. Freeze would not apply to newer. Apartments built after twenty fourteen but the says developers are already looking beyond Berlin Berlin. The politicians he says are just pandering to the masses are always concerned with vendors. But we don't have a lack of regulation so we you have a lack of supplies for some tenants though. The current regulations don't go far enough. PHOENIX geico rents a two bedroom apartment with his partner in working class neighborhood of Berlin last year their landlord told them he wanted to renovate the outside of their building. All rent is currently six hundred sixteen years but with the Renovation what they wanted from us was over thousand years. That's eleven hundred dollars a month a sixty two percent increase. So he's fighting. The case GEICO's his apartment to spacious are flea decorated with high ceilings. And he knows full where they're getting a steel just because other cities and destroyed the social fabric.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Welcome back ken. I want you to continue this line of talk me out on the break. I mean my gosh. This is so important to understand because what you're saying the time line. I mentioned this. Donald trump is he's a good guy. He's a blue collar by air. He's actually a good intentions but he's actually very collaborative with advocate jesuits and so-called religious freedom including in was islam or chris lom so that if both jews muslims and catholics and christians or even get together more bill temple. I'm sure he will be fully supportive of it. Especially the brings peace to israel in the in the local sunni islam states around him like saudi arabia donald trump. Donald trump is a good man and he's trying to be a guy and he he's doing the best. He can't just like the rest of us are doing the best you can but he's highly influenced by evangelical and the eh scatology of evangelical and the false narrative of the rebuilding of a third temple also let me let me go back to this if you look in the book of ezekiel chapter forty two forty four you see this measurements of the outer court. It's an enormous but in the eleventh chapter revelation the lord says don't measure the outer court because it's been given to the gentiles to trample down now. It's important poured understand that jews that are not circumcised in their heart by the spirit of god are gentiles. That's how god looks so there has to be. This awakening of the jews is and part of the way <hes> christians are hoping they'll wake up is like well. If the temple was rebuilt they'll understand the fulfillment of prophecy but look at they don't the christians christians do not understand because they've been deceived by people like rivera in his council at trent and buy and how the bible has and some of the words have been dan. I don't wanna say purposely altered out but just in the course of time words <hes> that are met one way in like in the old testament are <hes> <hes> you know altered through translation. They're kind of like watered down not purposely but that's just what happened in in translation so so let me jump. Let me jump to it so the whole world is being trampled down by the jets. 'cause that's the outer court. That's why it has no measurement. There is no measurement. It's the extension outwardly of our outer core which is our bodies our bodies our outer court and they're going to perish and the world's going to paris. It's it's passing away but this outer court thing is really fascinating because the two the two prophets that come prophesy in the outer court in the in the court of the gentiles. That's that's what the outer court is. That's where they prophesy and the thing that's fascinating about hi this is that the jews do not understand that they're violating the law the house in even considering putting the temple temple next to the muslims dome of the rock right near the mosque compromise for this laws on the nation nation and it's the last manifestation station of the abomination of desolation that daniel spoke up this is the greatest abomination because it compromises nature his character and what he's trying to achieve sleep. It also puts a barrier for juiced except the fullness of your shula as messiah and that we are as temple and said the jews will think well. I've got a temple now. I can animal sacrifice interface and it takes away my sin rather than similar snus happens because we have a relationship with god and he takes away your sin we somehow think was called me draw which is y- yeah it is a total. It'll is total <hes> abomination because it compromises the gospel and it's a compromise with heathen uncircumcised uncircumcised nations but let me finish please to put a cap on so these two olive trees that are mentioned in zachariah and our again <hes> here here in revelation eleven thousand over thousands years later <hes> the prophesy prophesying in the outer court specifically in the location nation of the temple in jerusalem. We know that because it says this is where lord was crucified in jerusalem. So what are they prophesying. They're prophesying that this isn't the nation..

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"over thousand years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You about the read evil warming period between eighty nine hundred eighty thirteen hundred or the CO two levels higher than extraordinarily high than the reason I ask you stangely university didn't want us talking about it. So ten years ago they didn't want us talking about it. I thought I'd bring up the subject. The CO two a problem between nine hundred thirteen hundred no there's no correlation between CO two and temperature. And the, the medieval period, you're referring to was first shown internationally in a graph in the first IPCC report. And it was labeled as graphs seven see, and it showed the medieval one period, that period, you mentioned when it was a two degree celsius warmer than today, the world and it also showed a little ice age. So from the medieval. One period together temperature dropped down to a low around sixteen eighty and that had an impact you go back and read American history impact on America was snowing Goldens on. And then since sixty eighty the world's been warming up. Well, that, that graph was a problem for them. And there was a, a an Email, that was released by professor denting. It said he got he got an Email from somebody that was working at the UN and said, we've got to get rid of the medieval warm period. And so my command produce a hockey stick, which claim to show that there was no temperature change over thousand years. And then a sudden dramatic warming in the twentieth century, which was the blade of the hockey stick. So they've been they've been manipulating this and trying to get around the realities of, of, of the actual temperature to, to fulfill their political agenda, rather than the scientific agenda. So, yeah, glad you raise the medi. Eva warned period, Wayne into coma Washington. I Wayne go ahead. Did. They mean gentlemen, surcharge,.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on WTVN

"Ask you about the Viva warming period between eighty nine hundred eighty thirteen hundred or the CO two levels higher than extraordinarily high them. The reason I ask you stangely university didn't want us talking about it. So ten years ago they didn't want us talking about it. I thought I'd bring up the subject to a problem between nine hundred thirteen hundred. No, there's no coalition between CO two and temperature. And the, the medieval want at your referring to was first shown internationally in a graph in the first IPCC report, and it was labeled as graph seven see. And it shows the medieval one period that the period, you mentioned when it was approximately two degree celsius warmer than today, the world. And it also showed the little ice age. So from the will. One period, the temperature dropped down to a low around sixty eighty and that had an impact you go back and read American history impact on America. We snow and cold and so on. And then since sixteen eighty the world's been warming up. Well, that, that graph was a problem for them. And there was a, a an Email, that was released by professor denting. It said he got he got an Email from somebody that was working at the UN and said, we've got to get rid of the navy warm period. And so Michael man produce a hockey stick, which claimed show that there was no temperature change over thousand years. And then a sudden dramatic warming in the twentieth century, which was the blade of the hockey stick. So they've been they've been manipulating this and trying to get around the realities of, of, of the actual temperature to, to fulfill their political agenda, rather than the scientific agenda. So, yeah, glad you raise the many. Leave a warm period, Wayne in Tacoma, Washington, I Wayne go ahead. Did he means Allman, George Docker ball? Yeah, I really appreciate your knowledge not ball on this subject, and you get the more right on the head with the trees. You know, the environmentalist said, not too many years ago, there is only like seven hundred billion, or whatever trees, they did more accurate count recently. There's over four trillion trees on earth. So people are planting them, and they're growing, and interest, it really, you know, you said something about power or earlier in the cold generation to make cars going that we've got an wind and solar power to take care of all of that. And I know Georgia's totally concerned about protecting the grid. I think we need to make our locally in all areas of the country, and this can be done easily. With wind power and solar power. You know there are like five or six main manufacturing cities and trying to where there are tens of millions of people living in huge plants, and they're totally run by solar power. Okay. The comment of the idea that we should go back to more. Localized production of power is very good one. And this, this large national grids are one of created the problem that difficulty with alternate energy. Both solar and wind is that they are not available on a predictable twenty four hour, a day basis that even though you've got solar being put into the system and you've got wind power being put into the system. They have to keep the coal burning plants wanting, I'm what they call spitting generation because and you saw this in, in Denmark, which was the first country to go to a the highest percentage of wind power. They found that once they got about twelve percent that they simply couldn't maintain it. Because if you were more than twelve. Percent and the wind stopped blowing it puts such a demand on the, the spinning generation that is the coal burning plants that it's shorted out the whole system. And so they limited the about of wind power in Denmark to twelve percent. Well, this is true of the solar power this the, the solution to solutions. One is, if you can find a way of storing 'electricity if you can get some sort of Barry, power now in some areas, the way they do it, if when they've got surplus energy, they'll.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on KTOK

"You about the meet evil warming period between eighty nine hundred eighty thirteen hundred or the CO two levels higher. Hear them extraordinarily high. And the reason I ask you stangely university didn't want us talking about it. So ten years ago they didn't want us talking about it. I thought I'd bring up the subject. The CO two a problem between nine hundred thirteen hundred. No, there's no coalition between CO two and temperature. And the medieval wonder at you're referring to was first shown internationally in a graph in the first IPCC report. And it was labeled as graph seven see, and it showed the medieval one period that the period, you mentioned when it was approximately two degree celsius, warmer than today the world and it also showed the little ice age. So from the many will want period, the temperature dropped down to a low around sixty eighty and that had an impact, or you go back and read American history impact on America with snow and cold on. And then sixty eight the world's been warming up. Well, that, that graph was a problem for them. And there was a, a an Email, that was released by professor denting. It said he got he got an Email from somebody that was working at the UN and said, we've got to get rid of the medieval warm period. And so Michael men produce a hockey stick, which claimed to show that there was no temperature change over thousand years. And then a sudden dramatic warming in the twentieth century, which was the blade of the hockey stick. So they've been they've been manipulating this and trying to get around the realities of, of, of the actual temperature to, to fulfill their political agenda, rather than the scientific agenda. So, yeah, glad you raise the medieval warm period. Wayne in Tacoma, Washington, I Wayne, go ahead. Did he mean gentlemen, surcharge, Ducker ball? Yeah, I really appreciate your knowledge not can ball on this subject, and you get right on the head with the trees. You know, the environmentalist said, not too many years ago there is only like seven hundred billion or whatever trees. They did more accurate count recently. There's over four trillion trees on earth. So people are planting them, and they're growing, and interest, it really, you know, you said something about power or earlier in the cold generation to make electric cars going that we've got enough wind and solar power to take care of all of that. And Georgia's totally concerned about protecting the grid, I think we need to make power locally in all areas of the country, and this can be done easily. With wind power and solar power. You know there are like five or six main manufacturing cities in China, where there are tens of millions of people living in huge plants, and they're totally run by solar power. Okay. The comment of the idea that we should go back to more localized production of power. If good one and this, this large national grids are what created the problem the difficulty with alternate energy. Both solar and wind is that they are not available on a predictable twenty four hour, a day basis that even though you've got solar being put into the system and you've got wind power being put into the system. They have to keep the coal burning plants wanting, I'm what they call spitting generation because and you saw this in, in Denmark, which was the first country to go to a the highest percentage of wind power. They found that once they got about twelve percent. They, they simply couldn't maintain it. Because if you were more than twelve. Percent and the wind stopped blowing it puts such a demand on the, the spinning generation that is the coal burning plants that it's shorted out the whole system. And so they limited the about of wind power in Denmark to twelve percent. Well, this is true of a solar power this the, the solution to solutions. One is if you can find a way of storing electricity. If you can get some sort of Barry, power now in some areas, the way they do it is, when they got surplus energy, they'll pump.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ask you about the mediaeval warming period between eighty nine hundred AD thirteen hundred or the CO two levels higher than extraordinarily high them. The reason I ask you stangely university didn't want us talking about it. So ten years ago. They didn't want us talking about it. I thought I'd bring up the subject CO two a problem between nine hundred thirteen hundred. No, there's no call Asian between CO two and temperature. And the evil wonder you're referring to was first shown internationally in a graph in the first IPC report. And it was labeled as graph seven see, and it showed them, that evil one period that the period, you mentioned when it was approximately two degrees celsius warmer than today, the world and it also showed the little ice age. So from the many will. One period, the temperature dropped down to a low around sixteen eighty and that have an impact you go back and read American history impact on America with snow and cold and so on, and then sixty eighty the world's been warming up. Well, that, that graph was a problem for them. And there was a, a an Email, that was released by professor denting. It said he got he got an Email from somebody that was working at the UN and said, we've got to get rid of the navy warm period. And so Michael men produce a hockey stick, which claimed show that there was no temperature change over thousand years. And then a sudden dramatic warming in the twentieth century, which was the blade of the hockey stick. So they've been they've been manipulating this and trying to get around the realities of, of, of the actual temperature to, to fulfill their political agenda, rather than the scientific agenda. So, yeah, glad you raise the many. Leave a warm period, Wayne in Tacoma, Washington, I Wayne go ahead. Did he means that Allman, George Ducker ball? Yeah, I really appreciate your knowledge could ball on this subject, and you hit the Mark right on the head with the trees. You know, the environmentalist said, not too many years ago, there was only like seven hundred billion, or whatever trees, they did more accurate count recently. There's over four trillion trees on earth. So people are planting them, and they're growing, and interest, it really, you know, you said something about power or earlier in the cold generation to make electric cars going that we've got an win the solar power to take care of all of that. And I know Georgia's totally concerned about protecting the grid. I think we need to make power locally in all areas of the country and this can be done easily. With wind power and solar power. You know there are like five or six main manufacturing cities in China, where there are tens of millions of people living in huge plants, and they're totally run by solar power. Okay. The comment of the idea that we should go back to more. Localized production of power is very good one. And this, this large national grids are, what have created the problem the difficulty with alternate energy. Both solar and wind is that they are not available on a predictable twenty four hour, a day basis that even though you've got solar being put into the system and you've got wind power being put into the system they have to keep the coal burning plants running. I'm what they call spitting generation because and you saw this in, in Denmark, which was the first country to go to a the highest percentage of wind power. They found that once they got about twelve percent. They, they simply couldn't maintain it. Because if you were more than twelve. Percent and the wind stopped blowing it puts such a demand on the, the spinning generation that is the coal burning plants that it's shorted out the whole system. And so they limited the about of wind power in Denmark to twelve percent. Well, this is true of the solar power this the solution to solutions. One is, if you can find a way.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's gone back. Exactly like it was before Jim in Portland, Oregon now Jim go ahead, sir. Oh, hi. I wanted to ask you about the meet evil warming period between eighty nine hundred eighty thirteen hundred or the CO two levels higher than extraordinarily high. The reason I ask you stangely university didn't want us talking about it. So ten years ago they didn't want us talking about it. I thought I'd bring up the subject to a problem between nine hundred thirteen hundred no there's no correlation between CO two in temperature and the medieval period, you're referring to was first shown internationally in a graph in the first PCC report, and it was labeled as graph seven see, and evil period, period, you mentioned when it was approximately two degrees celsius warmer than today, the world and it also showed the little ice age. So from the medieval one period, the temperature dropped down to a low around sixty eighty. And I had an impact you go back and read American history impact on America was snowing cold on, and then sixty eighty the world's been warming up. Well, that, that graph was a problem for them. And they say a an Email, that was released by professor gunning. It said he got he got an Email from somebody that was working at the UN and said, we've got to get rid of the medieval warm period. And so my command produce a hockey stick, which claimed to show that there was no temperature change over thousand years. And then a sudden dramatic warming in the twentieth century, which was the blade of the hockey stick. So they've been they've been manipulating this and trying to get around the realities of, of, of the actual temperature to fulfill their political agenda, rather than the scientific agenda. So, yeah, you raise the medieval warm period, Wayne into coma Washington. I Wayne go ahead. Did even gentleman surcharge Dr ball? Yeah, I really appreciate your knowledge, not could ball on this subject, and you hit the Mark right on the head with the trees. You know, the environmentalist said, not too many years ago, there was only like seven hundred billion, or whatever trays. They did more accurate count recently. There's over four trillion trees on earth. So people are planting them, and they're growing, and interest really, you know, you said something about power earlier in the cold generation to make cars going that we've got an win the solar power to take care of all of that. And Georgia's totally concerned about protecting the grid. I think we need to make power locally in all areas of the country and this can be done easily. With wind power and solar power. You know there are like five or six main manufacturing cities in China, where there are tens of millions of people living in huge plants, and they're totally run by solar power. Okay. The comment of the idea that we should go back to more. Localized production of power is very good one. And this, this large national grids are, what have created the problem that difficulty with alternate energy. Both solar and wind is that they are not available on a predictable twenty four hour, a day basis that even though you've got solar being put into the system and you've got wind power being put into the system. They have to keep the coal burning plants winning. I'm what they call spitting generation because and you saw this in, in Denmark, which was the first country to go to a the highest Bush end each of wind power, they found that once they got about twelve percent that they simply couldn't maintain it, because if you were more than twelve. Percent and the wind stopped blowing it puts such a demand on the, the spinning generation that is the coal burning plants that it shorted out the whole system. And so they limited the about of wind power in Denmark to twelve percent. Well, this is true of the solar power this the solution to solutions. One is, if you can find a way.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Said he got he got an Email from somebody that was working at the UN and said, we've got to get rid of the medieval warm period. And so Michael man produce a hockey stick, which claimed pa- show that there was no temperature change over thousand years. And then a sudden dramatic warming in the twentieth century, which was the blade of the hockey stick. So they've been they've been manipulating this and trying to get around the realities of, of, of the actual temperature to, to fulfill their political agenda, rather than the scientific agenda. So, yeah, glad you raise the medieval warm period, Wayne into. Washington Wayne, go ahead. Did he gentleman surcharge? Darker ball. Yeah, I really appreciate your knowledge not can ball on this subject, and you get right on the head with the trees. You know, the environmentalist said, done too many years ago, there was only like seven hundred billion or whatever trees, they did more accurate, count recently. There's over four trillion trees on earth. So people are planting them, and they're growing, and interest, it really, you know, you said something about power earlier in the cold generation to make cars going that we've got an wind and solar power to take care of all of that. And I know Georgia's totally concerned about protecting the grid. I think we need to make power locally in all areas of the country, and this can be done. Easily wind power and solar power. You know there are. Like five or six main manufacturing cities, in China, where there are tens of millions of people living in huge plants, and they're totally run by solar power. Okay. The comment of the idea that we should go back to more localized production of power. If good one and this, this large national grids are, what created the problem that difficulty with alternate energy. Both solar and wind is that they are not available on a predictable twenty four hour, a day basis that.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Growth so during the Olympics years ago when it was held in China. It was. They asked the Chinese. What are you going to do about the weather case, something happens? And they said, don't worry about that. We control the weather. What do you think they meant by that? If it control one billion people. You figure you control everything that what they did was, of course, for the Olympics in Beijing west that they moved all of the poor people in street people out, and they stopped the cars moving, which is something you can do in a communist country in a capitalist country. It's much more difficult challenge force. And, and so they did was that the four weeks before the Olympics. They got rid of the, the things that was causing the day today about air and, and poor visibility for the for the period of the Olympics. It's gone back. Exactly like it was before Jim in Portland, Oregon now. Hi, jim. Go ahead, sir. Oh, hi. Oh, I wanted to ask you about the mediaeval warring period. Between eighty nine hundred eighty thirteen hundred or the CO two levels, higher them extraordinarily high. And the reason I ask you stangely university didn't want us talking about it. So ten years ago they didn't want us talking about it. I thought I'd bring up the subject CO two a problem between nine hundred and thirteen hundred no there's no correlation between CO two and temperature. And the evil one three at you're referring to was first shown internationally in a graph in the first IPCC report. And it was labeled as graphs seven see, and it showed the evil one period that the period, you mentioned, when it was a approximately two degrees celsius warmer than today, the world and it also showed the little ice age. So from the many will warm period, the governor temp. Dropped down to a low around sixty eighty and that had an impact you go back and read American history impact on America was snowing Goldens on. And then since sixteen eighty the world's been warming up. Well, that, that graph was a problem for them. And there was a, a an Email, that was released by professor denting. It said he got he got an Email from somebody that was working at the UN and said, we've got to get rid of the medieval warm period. And so Michael men produce the hockey stick, which claimed pa- show that there was no temperature change over thousand years. And then a sudden dramatic warming in the twentieth century, which was the blade of the hockey stick. So they've been they've been manipulating this and trying to get around the realities of, of, of the actual temperature to, to fulfill their political agenda, rather than the scientific agenda. So, yeah, glad you raise the medieval warm period. Wayne in Tacoma, Washington, I Wayne, go ahead. Did he mean gentleman surcharge darker ball? Yeah, I really appreciate your knowledge that ball on the subject, and you get the more right on the head with the trees. You know, the environmentalist said, not too many years ago that there is only like seven hundred billion, or whatever trees, they did more accurate count recently. There's over four trillion trees on earth. So people are planting them, and they're growing, and interest, it really, you know, you said something about power earlier in the cold generation to make cars going that we've got an win the solar power to take care of all of that. And Georgia's totally concerned about protecting the grid. I think we need to make our locally in all areas of the country, and this can be done easily. Wind power and solar power. You know there are like five or six main manufacturing cities and trying to where there are tens of millions of people living in huge plants and they're poorly run by solar. Power. Okay. The comment of the idea that we should go back to more. Localized production of power is very good one. And this, this large national grids are one of created the problem, the difficulty with alternate energy. Both solar and wind is that they are not available on a predictable twenty four hour, a day basis that even though you've got solar being put into the system and you've got wind power being put into the system. They have to keep the coal burning plants wanting, I'm what they call spitting generation because and you saw this in, in Denmark, which was the first country to go to a the highest percentage of wind power. They found that once they got about twelve percent. They, they simply couldn't maintain it. Because if you were more than twelve. Percent and the wind stopped blowing it puts such a demand on the, the spinning generation that is the coal burning plants that it shorted out the whole system. And so they limited the about of wind power in Denmark to twelve percent. Well, this is true of the solar power this the, the solution to solutions. One is, if you can find a way of storing 'electricity if you can get some sort of Barry, power now in some areas, the way they do it, if when they've got surplus energy, they'll pump.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"So today, we are all Catholics today. We are in solidarity with the French with Christians around the world, especially the Catholics of the world. In fact, I who I'm not Catholic. I am wearing a crucifix right now in solidarity with the Catholics of the world. I know you're saying, what are you kidding me? Not kidding. In fact, I'm going to tweet the picture out of me wearing a beautiful crucifix listeners sent me and above you could see to Minora's you control your own conclusions. And behind me is a statute. But today we are off Catholics, and whereas congresswoman Ilan, Omar, the ungrateful Mata Hari of our time. Here's what she had to say, listen carefully. The hater one of spits like a Spitfire against America. He is what she said about the Notre Dame fire the Muslim who loves America. So much art and architecture have a unique ability to help us connect across our differences and bring people together important ways thinking of the people of Paris and praying for every first responder trying to save this wonder this could have been written by a stupid seven year old who works for her. But it has nothing to say about the fact that it is a Christian cathedral that was set afire that it was the symbol of western civilization. The number one symbol of western civilization in Europe that her co dependent friends in some countries of trying to destroy for over thousand years. Did you know that you don't know that? Okay, whatever. But what do you think about all these topics that Trump thing why FOX turn on him? Why the angry at Trump with at FOX? What did he expect the Bernie townhall? Let's Bernie let's see burning himself in clip number one is fast as you can fire away. And rapists or themes molester should have the right to vote from prison. Good portion this is in my state. Recently. Researchers turns out that in our constitution in the state of Vermont for hundreds of years. Everybody the boat. Okay. So. He wants felons. The vote. To tell you something Trump's not gonna have a cakewalk with.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"So today, we are all Catholics today. We are in solidarity with the French with Christians around the world, especially the Catholics of the world. In fact, I who I'm not Catholic. I am wearing a crucifix right now in solidarity with the Catholics of the world. I know you're saying, what are you kidding me? Now, not kidding. In fact, I'm going to tweet the picture out of me wearing a beautiful crucifix listeners sent me and above me. You could see to Minora's you control your own conclusions. And behind me as a statue. But today, we are all Catholics. And where is congresswoman Ilan, Omar, the ungrateful Mata Hari of our time. Here's what she had to say. Listen carefully. The hater one of spits like spit viper against America. Here's what she said about the Notre Dame fire the Muslim who loves America, so much art and architecture have unique ability to help us connect across our differences and bring people together and important ways thinking of the people of Paris and praying for every first responder try to save this wonder this could have been written by a stupid seven year old who works for her. But it has nothing to say about the fact that it is a Christian cathedral that was set afire that it was the symbol of western civilization. The number one symbol of western civilization in Europe that her co dependent friends in some countries have been trying to destroy for over thousand years. The john. That you didn't know that. Okay, whatever. But what do you think about all these topics that Trump thing why did FOX turn on him? Why is he angry at Trump? What at FOX what did he expect? The Bernie townhall. Let's hear Bernie. Let's see burning himself in clip them one as fast as you can fire away. Rapist or trying to watch her should have the right to vote on prison. Good pushing this is in March state. Recently research turns out that our constitution in the state of Vermont for hundreds of years. Everybody liked the vote. Okay. So. He wants felons vote. Alitalia something Trump's not gonna have a cake walk with.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"It is. On Wall Street Chelsea. We talked about the Romans, and hey, it's not difficult to come up with perils. But we're not we're not. Empire building. We don't have troops all over the globe. We're not fighting nonsensical battles. And some Malia. Syria, Afghanistan here there and everywhere. At least the Romans when they were building their empire. They would take an area over they'd say, hey, you guys kind of run things the way you want just passed tax. We collect tax on his stuff. This ends up costing money. But anyway. The chinese. A little over thousand years ago. The Chinese started issuing paper money. Woo. He can buy a lot of stuff if we print a lot of money. So it it. They did. Eventually people caught on that the paper money was just paper. And prices started to rise. In order to keep the scam going. The Chinese rule is the day ordered death. Her people who would not accept the paper. Yeah. You can take a look today. Go online. They showed pictures of the amount of Venezuelan paper money that it takes just abide normal goods. Even nations in the past that had huge gold and silver reserves spent beyond their means. Sixteenth century Spain. They they were able to control a lot of precious metals due to the new world. King. Philip the second managed to spend it all in in some. Sound familiar wars shovel ready palaces? Yeah. You know, he defaulted on his debt. Four times. Even though his revenue doubled during his reign. In fifteen seventy six when Phillips revenue was up by more than fifty percent. His debt jumped by one third. The last bankruptcy. Occurred when peak gold shipments. We're coming to Spain. Holy schmolly Spiegel all this sound familiar to you. Yet. We're being pitched in idea right now. That's absurd. Take a look at all of the things that are being promised. By these charlatans in Washington DC. Why is it that so many Americans can't say that themselves? How are we going to pay for this were twenty two trillion dollars in debt already? We have not balanced our budget, and no there's not anof rich people to pay for this. You could go ahead, and you could confiscate everything that these rich people make and it's not even close. So what's going to happen? Taxes are going up going up. You're going to have embedded taxes. You're going to have taxes on your taxes. You're going to have taxes that you don't see your payroll taxes are more than likely to go up, and.

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"over thousand years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:46 min | 3 years ago

"over thousand years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"R. All right. Let's let's bring in Matt green fascinating story is walking entire cities started this seven years ago. You think this is easy? He's got there's a movie out called the world before your feet. It's opened already in New York and LA Montclair, New Jersey, Asbury park, White Plains and near me in Roslyn, New York. Welcome to the show. Yeah. You're not walking today. Matt. I'm sitting here just to talk to you guys. Well, the thing is we were joking before and and don't take this the wrong way. But Michael Riedel, and I said this guy must be nuts. It sounds like a compliment. So, yeah, why did you decide to walk nine thousand miles of New York City. I don't really know why. Go. Thanks bad habit is stay still talk to you guys later. I used to work as an engineer, and you know, had had a little career as as a desk desk jobs in their clicking computer working on AutoCAD. And just never really was the career for me. And I was always trying to figure out something else to do. And I started doing a lot of long walks around New York just because I been living here. I got curious about the city. You know, I didn't grow up here. So when I moved here, everything seems so fascinating to me. And I eventually, you know, I did enough these long walks, and I thought what about walking across America. So that was actually the first big walk. I did back in two thousand ten. You're in the country. Across the country. I did after after leaving my job. Okay. So that was kind of that go. I mean, well, it was it took me five months, and I pushed everything I had an converted baby stroller. So that goes a homeless person walking across the country. Mark opinion. I was literally homeless you were homeless. Yeah. I was. Yeah. And I was you know, I would not come people's doors and ask if I could camp in their yard really, what would they say? They would generally say yes about seventy five percent of the time. How peop- you know? I don't know how they knew. But somehow they they'd asked me if I needed to take a shower, and, you know, maybe they need to do my laundry, they feed me dinner and met a lot of wonderful people doing that. So now where where are you living today are you still homeless? I am I couch surf I catch it plants. It house it. I'll sit sit on anything. Gives me walk on anything. On anything. And so I'm on the on the upper east side today. Well, I heard I heard you went through many many pairs of shoes. And also your girlfriend said enough of this. I'm out of here. Yeah. I mean, you know, relationships come and go, of course. Well, there's one on every block apparently in your life. I don't know about that. So what do you what do you hope to achieve in the end by walking New York City? Are you going to do there's a movie out now? But are you going to do a book? Are you learning the history of the city by exploring it the way you are? There's no there's no particular goal. I've just found this to be the most fulfilling thing I've done in my life. I am learning. A lot about the history of the city. You know, a lot about the nature of the city, the people of the city, you know, I don't have one particular focus. I'm just kind of keep my eyes open as I walk around, and whatever's there and over time just putting it in that many miles. You know, you start start to learn a lot about the city and. About yourself. I think and you know, I don't I don't really know what the goal is. But but I feel like I'm I'm happier than it used to be and see you're very ambitious guy. Mark. What are how far are you? Now in the terrain of New York. How much how many more miles? Do you have to go and neighborhood? Have you not explored yet? Sure. So I've done walked over eight or walked over nine thousand miles now with about maybe five hundred last or so and the parts that I have left to Walker actually kind of scattered about the city because since I stay in all these different places. I just walk in whatever whatever areas closest to where I'm saying. So I've kind of filled in pretty patchwork. And and so there's just individual days of walking left here and there scattered about the five boroughs now we're on with Matt green who's walking the entire city. It started a New Year's Eve twenty eleven he's walking every block he'll finish up the middle of next year. It looks like there's no money involved. Right. You're not doing a charity. Nothing. Right. He just walking just walking, isn't that wild? Now. I understand you've been. Past the street or on the street. I grew up not once but twice in Long Island city. Yeah. So I I hear you you grew up near the intersection of twenty first and thirty third. Yes. Which were you on thirty third road or twenty thirty third road? You know, those tall. I don't know. If you remember it as a street with a lot of tall buildings. Yeah. I do actually remember. I just walked up twenty first street there, maybe a month ago. Right. It's called queens. You had several times. Now, I understand you walk past Natalie's girlhood home on Staten Island. I did. Yeah. That was that was actually not too long ago either that was back in the summer. I did that now Riedel's in the west village the west village, you covered that I have. Yeah. I've I've walked out west coast that was pretty early on. I probably walk that back in two thousand twelve well, you know, you can get lost in the west village because it's off the grid. You know, Manhattan grid goes bonkers and the the west village. We we have the streets or go north and south and east west of Manhattan except in the west village, the right lanes Brooklyn here over there. So give us a couple of things that have happened to you that just the blown you away. Well, you know, I don't know. I mean, there's you might think is some some adventure where you'd see, you know, totally insane. People in crazy things happen to you. But I mean, really the things that that surprised me the most are these things that are, you know, reflect like a personal connection to the city like somewhere where for example, for me a lot of it's about like topography, and the views you get from certain places. So there are a lot of parts of Staten Island, which you know, if if you're not from Staten Island, your mouse were New York, you probably just put Staten Island down and say, it some bland suburb or something. But so much of Staten Island is these beautiful tall hills. And you know, you have all these different kinds of landscapes, and I'll just be walking around the street, and you just all of a sudden between two houses, you'll look out and you'll see this like incredible view out across the harbour into Brooklyn. And then, you know, also just the the animals you see out there. I've seen seals bald eagles could lots of wild turkeys. There's over thousands year out there. And I heard that you hear birds everywhere. Yeah. You can you know, you don't you don't think about it. But if you if you just stand somewhere, and and don't try to go anywhere else. You can you can hear a lot of stuff that you think's not in the city. Hey, Matt good law. Thanks for a few minutes. You sound like a good guy. Best of luck with your walking finish up the city, and let me just plug your movie again the world before your feet walking. All right. Thanks, guys. Take a.

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