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A Long and Winding Journey For Some Drinking Water
"Thousands of years before Checchi was a reservoir, the valley was home to several native American tribes. The name Hetch hetchy probably derived from the me. Walk Word Hatch, Hatschi, which means edible grasses, the valley floor would have been full of them, and they were important food source, but in nineteen twenty-three those grasses were buried under billions of gallons of water when the reservoir was finished to find the answers to the rest of Alex and heath questions, reporter Sara Craig, found herself someplace unexpected in the hills of San Bruno. We've arrived just in time to catch some action at the Harry Tracy Water Treatment Plant. Really, high. Spillover! VERICOSE OH, wow! Drinking water from all over is getting filtered here to move large and small particles, but water from hetch Hetchy is so pure. It doesn't need to get filtered although it does get disinfected with chlorine, an ultra violet light. Let's start at the very very beginning where the water starts, that's. And she's joined by Suzanne, Goatee. They work for San Francisco's Public Utilities Commission and a ton about Hetch hetchy water. They tell us it all starts high in the SIERRAS so high. The water isn't water. It's snow. The snow that we're talking about. Is this know that falls on the Twala me. River watershed, which is four hundred ninety two square miles. That's about the size of this city of La all the snow in that watershed Melton to the TWALA me river and three smaller creeks which empty into the Hetch hetchy reservoir. On average per year at San Franciscans consume would be equal to a foot of snow covering that Ptolemy River watershed. To put this into perspective, it takes five feet of snow to fill the hole reservoir once-melted that water leaves the reservoir from o'shaughnessy Dam. And then so look at this map. It travels through a whole series of tunnel so here we're moving through the mountain tunnel. In along the way it goes through hydroelectric dams that generous about seventeen percent of San Francisco's electricity. Did you know that the power from Hetch hetchy from water. That's what actually powers your school. Yeah, I. I go to Jefferson Yeah, it probably yeah. Yeah not even the the Muny Light Rail that you've seen San Francisco Yup. I ride on those sometimes. The water travels downhill the whole. Rushing through tunnels drilled through solid granite. PIPELINES LINED WITH CONCRETE Picture a giant underground waterslide, twisting around mountains and under rivers, and then it takes about three days for the water to get over here all the way into San Francisco. Is. Kinda long, isn't it but yeah, okay only three days sure. It would take a long that do like four or five as maybe a week will need. It's not a bad guests. How do you know that it takes three days? Did you send like some kind of a probe in the water to to time it? We have flow meters throughout the system. and. Yes yes, it'll tell you how much water is moving through what pipeline so we do a little bit of math and you say one hundred sixty seven miles. At three feet per second equals about eighty three hours, but those eighty three hours are rough estimate because operators are always releasing different amounts of water, depending on how much people use. Okay any takes us outside to where some of our drinking water is stored. We're standing on a hill, looking down at a huge tank that holds eleven million gallons. So this is one of those places where we regulate shifts in demand on a daily basis. It's white. Sheen reflects the bright sunlight making it hard to look at so maybe for the water bottle to huge giant water bottle for the whole bay area. Alex suggests we stand on top of that water bottle. Over there now, okay, don't look down. And coaches himself over a narrow meadow footbridge, fifty feet above the ground
Global markets seen taking economic hit as coronavirus spreads
"One story that dominated both global and regional markets this week the deadly coronavirus on choosing the head of the World Health Organization visited Beijing to assess China's response to the crisis that came as the country reported more than four and a half thousand cases and more than hundred the Ptolemies we are more with the Merck's Chris at sea in Tokyo and Simon Ballard as well he's the chief economist at first up and down the back South Korea and rubber was off yesterday so they're essentially catching up not only to the declines in Asia yesterday but even the the Friday's selloff on Wall Street so the Korean markets had a lot of catching up to do which explains why there are particularly hard hit today Australia also under performing but if you look just in the afternoon session here we're seeing some signs of easing in the selling pressure so the the Nikkei is off of its lows it's only down about point six percent that's about half its it's declined from earlier today we're seeing Chinese stock futures also coming back just a little bit some interesting headlines just scrolling saying that China is telling brokerages to be rational in what they're telling investors they're telling people don't you know stored pricing and you know do stay here China's foreign minister saying that China has the tools to win this war against the virus so there's a little bit of a sense of you know you you can see governments taking action here you can see here they understand the scale of the problem so that's providing some reassurance I was going to follow up on that actually the efforts are definitely picking up the scale of the undertaking significant but as you look to the comfort of global coordination there is the reality of global economic disruption is that what the market really needs to start factoring in yeah well you got the situation where you know that there's going to be a significant you know near term had to Chinese grows to gross really across the globe if you think about the impact that Chinese consumers have through tourism or you think about the disruption to the global supply chain so you've got this short term impact but then you've got the assumption that once the disease passes they'll be rebound so number of economists are saying you know what I'm not going to change my full year twenty twenty projection for global growth for even Chinese growth at this point I'm just gonna assume that we're going to see see some growth shift from the first half into the second half nobody really rushing to mark down their full year forecasts just yet but the you know the bottom line is we don't know really how big of an impact this is going to have you know we're still a ways away from the peak of the number of infections from a peak in the number of deaths unfortunately so until we get a clearer picture in the next week and a half or two it's going to be you know guess work on the part of economists and investors alike Chris thank you very much Chris and see that in Tokyo running up the latest market action our guest host this morning a sign of ballot chief economist at first the Debbie bank something good to see this morning so we read are trying to pull with the contagion and the impact all of this active gold ring story I've seen the first number sent to me this morning from mentor partners that Chinese growth could be started by a hundred to two hundred basis points took me through the global impact of a contraction in China grows by night two percent in the first two quarters of this year if that's the scenario yeah and that's exactly that's exactly the wrist that with with with with facing today in terms of you know listen to the director general of the of the W. H. O. now add in China so the pining again I think we just looking for further clarity from them as to whether they still see it as a as a domestic relatively contained issue or whether there's a reserve a space into a more global pathogen I suppose of the sauce two point zero if we go back to two thousand to two thousand three at the sauce event you know that triggers your view previous because said a serious downturn in economic activity in the region especially in China where it shaved about one percent just over one percent of Chinese GDP triggered a recession in Hong Kong that was the time when GDP in China still managed to increase between two thousand two to the end of two thousand three from seven percent to eight percent when now talking if you recall about the risk the last month of of of moving to sub six percent GDP territory with China we didn't get that we held a six percent as you know as per consensus as per Beijing's expectations but usually one percent off that now when you go into the five percent you could possibly to high four percent level on Chinese GDP if this Haroon of ours continues to mutate and and and and and spread something that because we've seen in the commodities space where is that going to hand because the phone so the market's life team put exactly that question to our audience question of the day coming through then how far will the corona virus related to climb the commodities extends this something that is going to be as severe as we've seen in the past with some of these events or are people going to focus on the global growth forecast for twenty twenty staying intact I think people still gonna focus on that twenty twenty growth full cost overruled the news flow the headlines and the the volatility that we see in the market over the next couple of weeks if if not being honest about us a couple of days is going to be key in terms of one what happens in the bond market in the what happens in the commodity market is probably a reflection of the overrule sort of risk of this nature of investor sentiment at the service station you know it's raining it's pouring but this study no room for you know the old man to be snowing in the back and you could be what you all the elements that we see this you say no the ten year round it down to one sixty that hit one forty five back in September is mass was talking about earlier on so you know if we do see sort of negative connotations coming from the WHL if we continue to see you know this mutation I'm a and an expanse of cases and remember we were two thousand to two thousand seven hundred cases on Monday work for the whole thousand today I'm hearing them doubling serving twenty four appeared we could soon be about a thousand that we had in the sauce in our back in two thousand and three and that's with then good sort of Dr you know Dr risk aversion hiring drive that taking a yield back through the one fifty back down towards the one fifty if not one forty five no and certainly dampened expectations for commodity prices in terms of your expectations for slower global growth environment in outlook Simon can we just take this a little bit further with central bank reaction we see the market we price from the fat mother was when I pricing twenty five basis points back to back that was originally in a in the front of twenty twenty one to the market is already beginning to price central bank action it does that come across your timeline intends the fat in terms the PTO see if I emphasize the what if there is Dayton the mutation as you say in numbers activists scale of a real global pandemic and that's that's a huge plus a huge different of course all the time the time is made a little different this week by the fact we've got the FOMC on Wednesday with bank of England which is more of a coin toss with the bank of England on Thursday and as you say in the futures market was looking for that first all that additional twenty five basis point cut to come in in two thousand twenty one because of the risk of ocean nature of market sentiment at eleven that's brought forward into so the queue for October you know depending on the news flow over the next twenty four hours I really don't think the fed's going to cut you know this month they suggested they stated previously that I'm very comfortable with the level of accommodation and it would need a meaningful event to trigger a sort of a moving rates from from where they are today you know for the time being you know the the crown of ours doesn't seem to be that meaningful event in order to to trigger the fed but certainly it's it's it's bringing a more dovish rhetoric into the market place now then we had done it earlier this month
Alistair Bathgate Alistair, Founder And US discussed on Financial Issues
"Now, let's turn to our next guest and joining us in the studio. We've got blue presumes C E O and founder Alistair Bathgate Alistair, welcome. So we've heard this morning that blue prison is buying Tony for a consideration of up to eighty million pounds of British tech firm. You released your half year earnings this morning as well reporting, a thirty four million pound loss in EBay, da, that said sales, and revenue climbs. Now analysts were expecting as much with Marion global investors saying that blue prism. You're an automation software maker could remain a high growth business for many years. So growth is one thing profitability is another Alistair. When do you expect to become profitable? Well at the moment, we see a vast global market, and we're expanding in a whole range of territories and that requires investment in mocks in an insane. I'm not comes in revenues. So this is a great British global expansion story as you say revenues up by eighty two percent possibly US, revenues doubled. We secure at three hundred forty nine new customers, and which means customer base has gone up by a third in just six months. So this is a rapid growth story. And for the moment, we feel that investing in growth is thing to do, but you have been around for quite some time, and I suppose, that's why the questions although bound for feasibility. I mean I'd love to know what you think is going to help potentially drive the turnaround in profits. Ability, I noticed expanding in new countries. And so how do you. You, how'd you basically turn turn that story around him and you've been around for more than a decade now where we know we have a fundamentally a profitable business model. We were profitable in the year before we I appeared on one of the reasons that we went public with today's funds to grow and to invest ahead of that growth, as you can imagine when you went to a new temporary. Let's say the Middle East where we have recently you have to make investments in marketing and people in sales. People also we have to make investments in product as well ahead of that growth coming back. So that's the story of why and how we invest in right now. Yeah, the acquisition of full Ptolemy announced this morning and tell us the rationale behind that is that because you're concerned that you're not going to be able to achieve that profitability through Ganic growth known of has been a partner since twenty fifteen. The product that Bill is based on technology is built on the platform. So it's a very logical acquisition for us, what they've created as a off an intelligent, automation platform based prison, plus other technologies combined. They've turned into a software as a service cloud, offering based on Microsoft has a not is particularly suited to the mid tier. And so this is a new product for us. Okay. So that's the autonomy acquisition. The is also an issue around. Around short interest in prison. When you look at the amount that you have route edgy mentioned that, that you are. You've run a two thousand two hundred percents. This thing is a huge rise, but short interest in prison has actually climbed above five percent in the past month, what he make that I think, when you were highly wretched stock as you say, the people will bet on some volatility on, you know, you just have to live with that went on building a short term, shot price hair. We're trying to build a business for the long term. Those show interest, though, did reach a record last month. So what would you say to convince those that may be on just simply betting on volatility, but actually have concerns around the stock? What would you have to convince them again back to this issue of the lack of profitability? I would say, look at the graph look at the figures look at the growth in revenues look at the growth in customers these three hundred and forty-nine new customers have valid that toes in the water and we've got so many of our customer base at the early stages of adoption and then look attention on manuals rights renews, extraordinarily high, and then look, up selling a stars, and that have very strong as well. This is an engine built for growth and global growth. And so our choice to invest and go underwater on the line because we think it's going to generate gripe for the future. But some point we can get uptight off on investment, and very quickly, when the company will become a customer from profitable also, very interesting, of course, because your UK gray story, not just a u k one not actually a London based company, but base in the north of England in Warrington tapping into a university of Manchester university. So with that in mind, you're not basis, Silicon Valley, although your tech firm, how'd you see Brexit at this stage? What does that mean in terms of bringing on new people? So proud of you obviously coming from the north west of England monkey union university as where the computer was invented. And so. Yeah. I bullish sorry. Thank you so much for joining us that was pretty prism, CEO, and founder, Alison
"ptolemies" Discussed on Dumb People Town
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"ptolemies" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Okay. Should we go? Visit there with up there. Yes. A Burger King in the Portland area has has broken a promise to give a man free meals for life a lawsuit claims. So they have told someone you Burger King for life the province. I wouldn't trust break the promise. I would kill this, man. Well, no either. Then you kept your, and you know, how I would kill this man more. In the past you Lori rewarded laid out how he's going to one hundred zero one hundred percent one. Once you take. To that made me start wondering as I just asked you. This was not wondering for what is the most trustworthy fast food restaurant. You would trust to not break their promise to me. It's Jimmy Johns. I feel like Jimmy Johns with not belly sub Papa is good to out. New side like arby's will steal from you. Yeah. Arby's will be like you put your bag down, and it's gone and arby's is like. Because by the time, you're you're turning to fast food for trust. You know, like, I view. Where are you in your what kind of people we're gonna go to this Carl's junior over here is it trustworthy? No. That's not a word. I would use it as a you on pup. I stand by Jimmy Johns too. Definitely not subway. No kit trusts up way. It'd be more. Don't think Think. So so. those artists according to his lawsuit filed Tuesday in Multnomah Multnomah Multnomah County Circuit Court ashes issue. Maybe Curtis Brunner was granted a lifetime of free meals after what happened. What did he do? Like he got his he swallowed a rat in his. Literally like, they get. You don't talk about the mouse head in your chilly right food for like food for life. He was granted a lifetime of free meals after he was trapped in a locked bathroom at the twenty five fifty five northeast two hundred thirty eighth Dr Burger King for more than an hour on December fifteenth. Come on. What Joey was.
"ptolemies" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Dan advantage. Aim was there. Vanover? They lagged. Breaking down failed. There's half iced on. With compost. The body. Stick around town. Aids out is another episode of people population relation Slocum Slocum. If you got them Slocum. Aw. Slocombe? Kick ass show. The one thing I can't take credit for this is a thing that dumb people can't say how many people approach your name various situations a bit of a litmus test PT if they take a shot at it. And it's like the weakest shot like can I do Tommy or twad Amee? So you know, when we were when we were kids Sklar is very difficult because he's got three consonants in a row in our dad. I mean, he just was like I'm sick and tired of people screwing it up at the restaurant. When if you go to restaurant put your name in and they call your name because so with restaurants, we went to we were kids the one where they call your name out before beepers buzzed and got you there. So they are dad would just go without us knowing it without us knowing and his first name is Richard. So he would just put in Richard's party for. So as small children whose last name was Sklar, someone at a restaurant would be like Richard's party for. It'd be like, okay. That's us. He would not even talk to us. Just get up. And go to my name is horrible and at at any restaurant. I just go with ROY. Can we blade you just just keep it all can we blame the almond farmers who raised you know? I was I was born in Kenya. And it was born on the clips of the moon. And so they named after an astronomer who lived in Egypt. So there was like an African thing on my syfy has nothing to do with all that. No fewer site. Poor foresight is then I I was raised in farming areas. And they basically were repulsed by my name anything that was unique. So here's what we believe. Your name is Dave I don't get it of me. Here's the deal. Look there might be a ton of really smart and astronomically educated farmers out there. We're not saying all it just so happens that he the one lived or you grand with dumbness around in the world. I think is getting if you were to grow up today. It would be dumber than when you grew up Longo. I do believe that that's true. And it was a long time ago when yeah, you are right. Yeah. Almonds were new brother brother, Dan's got, a dance got a story for us. Let's fire jump into it. I would love to do it. Dan headfirst feet. First. I jump headfirst town. That you don't know how shallow it is. Let's start true story. We grew up along the delta, and there are several people that I know that lost either their legs are all four layered divide diving into the Sacramento river head first and hitting either Iraq, or in the the fact that, you know, more than one that do I asked Corey casick great comic sawing today. And I asked him in this question. Would you are you are you more apt to bungee jump or jump off a cliff into water on someone else's word that it's safe? Well, jumping the me two hundred percents spongy jump. Yeah. What a water you haven't checked the depth. I would jump into water that I haven't checked the depth of if you had it with my if I had a life jacket on really. No pain. You don't go deal. Dude. That's you're gonna break your leg jumped off a thirty foot cliff on the Ida the Renault. It was safe. We had an idea it was saying. Is it? Rory so used to yell. This is ROY over here Rory. Now. When you go to a restaurant, you take on the name of a guy trying to save people in Tommy plaza. Like, you're just like, yeah. He's like, what's right? You would jump off a Clinton knowing the depth? Well, I mean, I didn't go round and check the death. But check the and chat Ritter..
"ptolemies" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Rolls up this bundle. Now secures with leather coat and throws Cleopatra in this bundle over shoulder, then just walks. You know, carries clip out to the palace directly into seizure sleeping quarters rooms that used to belong to her that take that little husband brow. Take that husband, bro. Try and kick me out. Now, you Weasley little backstabbing bastard back in the palace with the most important, man, aroma. I've three distinct advantages over you of smarter than you. I'm sexiest hail as hell. Halo safina. And I have what has historically been found to be one of the world's greatest assets. A twenty one year old vagina. Fifty-three-year-old Caesar was intrigued by young Cleopatra. Of course. He was a woman thirty two years junior scandalous age difference for some families. But since he wasn't her uncle or brother or cousin brother, pretty tame for the Ptolemies when young told me discovers that his sister was with Caesar he reacts much like you would suspect a thirteen year old inbred PECH on that ruler hood, he storms out and throws a full-fledged temper tantrum has in the street Bali in the street doesn't say anywhere that he literally threw himself down the street and ball like baby. But that's how I interpret temper tantrum. Some of the things that happened what he's done Caesar proposed a reconciliation between Cleopatra and told me on the condition that she should rule as as his colleague in the kingdom. And then told him he starts bawling again this time it does say he cried cried and some Caesar's men to go find him. All right, stop stop crying again returning to the palace, then they placed him under house arrest until seizure can decide you know. Well needs to be done Caesar examine their father's will and reminded both Cleopatra. Young told me that their father had intended them to rule together. And then to show them. He was he was good, dude. He gave the island of Cyprus to two of the other siblings. Seventeen year old are sent away twelve-year-old Ptolemy the fourteenth against confusing. Two brothers both named Ptolemy. The dad Ptolemy was granted him tough Ptolemies only Cleopatra is interested in the offer told me in as advisors hated it so much they plot to have Caesar poisoned. They plot to have clean. Patrick sister. Sister sin away. All I'm sorry. Clip. Cl- Cleopatra's sister our sin away, she decides she wants a lot more than Cyprus. She also wants to religion. So she conspires with the head of the army kill us one of the men who had killed Pompeii. She made it known to the other Alexander's that she should lead because she was not enthralled by Roman four foreigner the public rallies behind her. So soon told me is plotting to kill Caesar inside the palace and another sibling Arsenio away. I it leading a revolt outside the palace walls trying to kill Caesar both of them. Trying to kill Cleopatra. Sure as well. Fuck fucking Ptolemies most conniving of shit family, ever, forty seven BC Caesar and his men prepare to battle the Egyptian forces of Ptolemy our sin away. Digits initially have a navy twice the size of the visiting Romans. So initiative have the advantage Caesar controls the palace and a lighthouse in the east, but it kill us. Army dominate the rest of the city and with it nearly every advantageous position outside the palace. Egyptians are initially favored to win. Fortunately for your fortunately for Caesar and Cleopatra a large army of Roman reinforcements. Hurry towards Alex Andrea mainly from Judea, a Judean general arrives Judea. I guess you suppose Judean general arrived with contingent of three thousand well armed Jewish fighters. They can they converge in a fierce battle west of the Nile location halfway between Sandra and present day Cairo. The casualties are great on both sides. Caesar manages swift victory and survives. Young told me does not he dies at some point during the ensuing..
"ptolemies" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The fourteenth. Cleopatra's father began his reign in eighty BC despite Ptolemies own father and previous fair, leaving the Egyptian throne to Rome and his will. Luckily for the family of the Roman Senate had no interest in fighting to acquire Egypt and make it a Roman territory at that time and fifty ABC either own Republic did can take take control of Cyprus causing its ruler told me the twelfth brother to commit suicide told me the twelfth then failed to do anything about the Roman conquest of Cyprus thereby inciting the gypsy population to start a rebellion against him. As Cyprus was an important ally of the Cyprus had long supply digestion kingdom with important timber. Copper Egyptians were all already aggravated by heavy taxes recently enacted to pay the Romans attribute, so they wouldn't invade Egypt which created a substantial increase in the cost of living his daughter bear, icy the foresaw this unrest as a chance to rule herself being told me, she's like window to kill my fucking debt. She conspire to turn the public against her father to become a successor, which she did. And then he fled to Rome with his dog. Daughter Cleopatra, the seventh Arkley, Patrick and possibly other siblings. Baron icy ruled his cO regent with her mother or sister. Actually, I say mother the mother because it's other Cleopatra's not mentioned in siblings. So let's say she ruled with her mother a year after told me, the twelve exile nice. He ruled alone over Alexandra from fifty seven to fifty sixty in Roman old ally. Heralded Roman military commander Pompeii, how's the exile king and his daughter our Cleopatra and argued on behalf told him he's restoration in the Senate restoration to the to the head of Egypt's Roman. Creditors would not get the return on previous loans that they'd they'd made gypsum king without his restoration to power. So we can make money again. Most things in history just in life in general motivated by money one way or another fifty seven BC. There was enormous pressure on the Senate from the Roman public to restore told me, however, Rome did not wish to invade Egypt to restore the kinks in some ancient prophecies, I should say they're hesitant to invade you because there was ancient prophecies known as the sibling books and in these stay. Did that if an Egyptian king asked for help and Rome proceeded with military intervention great dangers and difficulties would occur on fifty five. BC told me and his daughter Cleopatra and whatever other family members happen to be with him sailed back to Egypt from Rome told me pay the Roman general and ally of Pompeii all his Gabonese ten thousand talents to take back Egypt for him, which he did. And then Ptolemy had his daughter and his daughter's court executed, man, he came out and sensing your own daughter to death. I'm not sure what Monroe could do to have me warrant executing her like like, even if she for sure like for sure tried to have me killed. I don't think Giller just Monroe found out about the assassination plots, and I got to say I am super disappointed in you young lady. Really makes my heart heavy that you pay some people to kill me. Really upsets me, you're you are in big trouble. I'm gonna take away your ipad. I. I know you just got it. But stop crying because he tried to kill me. And let's okay calm. Listen. I'm not taking away forever. I, but if you're not if you do this again, if you do this again, I won't just take it away for a month. I'll take away forever. If you try to kill me. Again, why you're not getting your ipad back? I won't. I won't fuck around. It. We try to give me twice one addiction talent. By the.
"ptolemies" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Would think other artifacts buried there and the Mariners talk, and then if something like that was brought over there by the Templars other people would fall in their wake because it's like a holy place. But Dr would you could you speculate I the ark being at oak island Nova Scotia Carmen by had a guest on a few weeks ago who talked about the possibility that the knights Templar taken it and dropped it into this massive pit and covered it up. You know, it's hide it for the rest of the time. But there again, another story of where the are could be. So it's pops up all over the planet. Well, exactly and people want to know. And I think what this speaks to is our curiosity and people can conjure up stories, and again until we can verify something it's a story. Exactly. Exactly. Now with the with DNA testing. How could they determine who someone may be don't don't they need original DNA in order to compare it? I don't know how that works. Well, might oh Conrail DNA goes through the matrilineal line and one of the things in patriarchal dynastic. Egypt was at the next pharaoh had to marry the daughter of the feral before him to keep everything going down the end DNA line. And so, but the simplest thing if they are Ptolemies and only one of them was a half brother Alexander and the one with the the dagger was Alexander, obviously, I'm more grandiose caucus and burial. Are they different is anybody related? And so what do we have? I mean, what do we have? If that's the only thing is that they're all different. And no one's related except the half. Brother. Ben. We have some information that they could easily have been the. Telling me, what does this tell you any other dynasty? They have to be blood related. Go ahead. What does this tell you about history? If these discoveries proved to be true about the knowledge of history that has been passed on that we've been able to keep and then all of a sudden, we verify it thousands of years later. It's amazing his histories one the soldiers came his story. And there's been a lot of fighting and a lot of stealing and a lot of stick them up. Give us your stuff. So I think and then his, you know, the stories written by the victors, and it's all war. And I I do before I think we're gonna come to see the last two thousand years is the patriarchal hiccup. Everything else was more peaceable. We we can't possibly see that the earth existed for many millennia in peace because everybody thinks that you know, there's always been and that's the condition, and they just conditioned us to accept that. And I do not. Not accept it. So history is a mess. But I think the truth is waiting for us is this region under heavy gardens security. Yes, there's fourteen national guards. But they're not close to the tomb. They're down the road. And the place.
"ptolemies" Discussed on WLAC
"Ark of the covenant in one room one area. One big tune one big, Jim. And I suppose it's speculation. But I'm telling you, this discoverer has lots and lots of research, and he was in there. And that's what he thinks. And it makes sense listening to him. And this is the best we've got until we get in there. And and we can verify some of it. I would like to know more about like, pardon me. I would like to know more about the technology. You talk about the arc of the covenant. But what about the the Oakland show? They talk about the ark of the covenant being there. I mean, that's quite fascinating. And I would think other artifacts buried there. And then Mariners talk, and then if something like that was brought over there by the Templars other people would fall follow their wake because it's like a holy place. But Dr would you could you speculate on the art being at oak island guy, Linda Nova Scotia Carmen, I had a guest on a few weeks ago who talked about the possibility that the knights Templar bay of taken it and dropped it into this massive pit and covered it up, you know, to hide it for the rest of the time. But there again, another story of where the are could be. So it's pops up all over the planet. Well, exactly and people want to know. And I think what this speaks to our curiosity and people can conjure up stories, and again until we can verify something it's a story. Exactly. Exactly. Now with the with DNA testing. How could they determine who someone may be don't don't they need original DNA in order to compare it? I don't know how that works. Well, Mino Conrail DNA goes through the matrilineal line and one of the things in patriarchal dynastic. Egypt was at the next pharaoh had to marry the daughter of the feral before him to keep everything going down the end key DNA line. And so, but the simplest thing if they are Ptolemies and only one of them was a half brother Alexander and the one with the the dagger was Alexander,.
"ptolemies" Discussed on Brains On!
"But it's not like that's how you have to look at the world. It would really make just as much sense to have a map with south at the top or east until quite recently north wasn't up throughout the Latin middle ages east was up. And so world maps oriented ninety degrees from war comfortable with prior to that. Islamiya middle ages they tended to orient their mouths with south of the talk. It's not until the fifteenth century that we begin to get with some regularity north at the top of maps. So where did this switch come from? We've talked about the printing press in a few different episodes. And that's because it's invention in the fifteenth century was really important for spreading ideas around the world before that it took forever to print books because you had to do it all by hand. But the printing press allowed lots of copies of books books containing new ideas to be passed around. Went viral nice work Ptolemy long before the printing press was invented Greek astronomer Ptolemy wrote a book about mathematical geography, and even though it had been written over one thousand years ago. The ideas in it became all the rage with geographers in the fifteenth century. Genius. Never dies. It just becomes classic. My work is forever in style. Like togas? Those are still in right in Ptolemies geography north was at the top. This is almost certainly connected to his astronomy, which has the north star of the top the north stars perfect navigational anchor..
"ptolemies" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast
"So you into the mouth of that shot, save his to live. But it's not as true. Do they become a little bit in film really? Well, Nova Paul doesn't make out with Ptolemy at the end, yes movie, but then they become lovers and she was like a by sun, some weird love affair though. Okay. It's a weird might just made up like fight scenes. Earlier we had a top three selected Kati just made just like doing top-35. Anyone said it's never been written anyway. I never been mentioned anyway. About top soft core part. Inflate, you went car tops up. So what are we thinking of this film who wants to fast. The main I will is fine. Okay. I will it my. I write enjoy it. It's just fucking stupid, stupid and rule. What did you don't question it? You accept it. Accept that this fine sharks by MP ropy. Don't just accept play them and ticket thoughts. The multo of Sean just say yes or say. If you say this. In key with us, maybe that's a bit dark. Yeah. The next. Oh, oh, I don't think it'll be listened to that. It was somewhere. I don't know, smile on your face. Thatch in need..
"ptolemies" Discussed on WRVA
"The phases of the phases of the moon that you can see and do them how they look through their telescopes now the interesting thing is that what ptolemy produced doesn't agree with what we see today which it should have been this orbit has always been like clockwork we should see the same thing he did and copernicus also doesn't agree with us but more importantly copernicus doesn't agree with ptolemy so they may have actually accidentally caught venus's orbit in transition moving into a more circular orbit and isn't venus slowing down right now yes and that that's also an indication there are forces acting i'm mean this we don't understand there was a recent probe called venus express this was a european space agency probe that spent a couple of years in orbit around be this recording things and when they compared those measurements of venus's or rotation with measurements has been taken twelve years earlier they discovered that the rotation speed had slowed by six and a half minutes over like span of time so the very least we can say from that is that we don't have a handle on all the forces that are acting on being so we're not really in a position to say categorically the couldn't have its orbit the couldn't have circularizing the amount of time we have and you why is his theory so controversial i mean even if he's right or wrong big deal why attacked the guy i mean it's it's a theory it's a thought wise is so controversial well first of all because of the visibility he had he was a highly visible and because of the relationship with einstein and work he and i had done together in europe and founding university in israel he was a very visible author people were going to pay attention to what he had to say and what he was saying would have upset that traditional views of how planets form it would have meant that neither of the theories the leading series for how planets form was correct what's interesting is that in the sixty seven years since he wrote astronomers have studied the xhosa of a system systems that are outside of ours have really come around to belakovsky's view they have actually embraced an official theory that is almost identical to what belakovsky said they say gas giants forming the first ten million years of stars life and that rocky planets form in the second ten million years primarily as a result of collisions with the gas giants well that's precisely what bellicosity said that a collision created be that's a collision with a gas giant venus or jupiter and so of course we understand that a collision can theoretically happen anytime that it doesn't have to happen billions of years ago it could happen tomorrow if the right size body where smash into a gas giant frank strangers the researcher and author years ago wrote a story about someone coming from venus called valiant store who literally came to wien came from venus to try to negotiate with the eisenhower administration and was rebuked what do you think of that well back in the nineteen fifties a lot of scientists felt that venus was going to be habitable that we could go there and colonize it they felt that it was so much like the earth if venus really was billions of years old and ends about the same size formed about the same time as you're about the same way that that'd be a habitable planet we get there and we discover that the atmosphere on venus is so close to what the primordial atmosphere was like on earth that climatologists say that say that they found that time machine they can look at what goes on and understand in a better way what must have happened on the earth so the climatologists also embraced the same point of view is as venus at least in the way they approach using that information what does your gut tell you about develop kofsky theory i came into the book i had grown up in portland oregon which had been a a hotbed of support for belakovsky back in the day and i had always wanted to write a book about this and so i came into the book my only real goal was i felt after fifty or sixty years we ought to be able to point to a.
"ptolemies" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Kanye west is blaming taylor swift in part for his nervous breakdown in two thousand sixteen in a new youtube interview west says his spat with swift over his lyric about her in the song famous led to his songs getting played less on the radio and he says that really messed with his head konya has wasted no time causing yet another star calling american slavery quote a choice in an interview tuesday on tmc live west said when you hear about slavery for four hundred years for four hundred years that sounds like a choice unquote the ptolemy nominations around mean girls in spongebob squarepants lead the way the collaborative effort to write the music for spongebob squarepants the musical means a lot of pop musicians are nominated for best original score that includes steven tyler and joe perry john legend flaming lips indie lauper panic at the disco plain white t's they might be giants ti and lady antebellum tina fey is up for best book of a musical for writing mean girls bruce springsteen john leg was among will get special tony awards other nominees include amy schumer denzel washington andrew garfield tony shalhoub michael sarah diana rigg and nathan lane the tonys will be awarded june tenth correspondent marches are aleta entertainment news and thirty eight past every hour on ten ten wins wins news time twelve thirty nine.
"ptolemies" Discussed on Giants of History
"When we left off last episode sezer had crushed the egyptian army in the final battle in the war for alexandria ptolemy the 13th had drowned in the nile both in this was executed as was a kill us and as a result of all of this clear petra was restored to the throne once again ruler of egypt only now she was pregnant with julius caesar's baby and was once again under the protection of caesar and rome so soon after the war for alexandria was over and the dust had settled cleopatra in line with the will of her father ptolemy the twelfth as well as that of egyptian custom she took on a new coat ruler her youngest brother ptolemy the 14th and it is believed that she also married ptolemy the 14th which would have been in line with egyptian custom as well but let stated clearly here no one would take this union seriously clear patrick was twenty two at this time and ptolemy the 14th was said to have been twelve this arrangement was solely for appearance's sake there would be no puppetmaster regent for ptolemy the 14th no plot to overthrow cleopatra and to try and take the throne klia pattro was sole ruler of egypt and she had all the support of julius caesar in that position and was as we said now carrying his baby there would be no change in her status any time soon now i poor through sources for this next bit and some sources mention it and some don't but it is believed the klia patrick an cesar according to egyptian rights were married soon after the war ended this marriage for caesar would not be recognized in rome given he was already married at this time to a roman woman named cao pernia but it is said that even if he word already mary takao pernia his marriage to klia petra still wouldn't have been recognized as it was reportedly against roman law to marry foreigners but nevertheless after being trapped inside the palace for the better part of six months as the war for alexandria was fought klia patrick and cesar clearly attached and connected at this time both by a baby on the way and a supposed marriage decided to take a vacation of sorts together and this would be.
"ptolemies" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Morning six to ten but in going roberts mideast tend to to in the afternoon drive from two to six thirty miles go will the two was pretty fair he he asked me what i thought should be you know i agree with him the united states of the only way should be give me a pattern because those who would ever come into get anybody in after the visas it they want him accountability in the i'd be accountable for yourself your ads enough on the way the team will be great i think that we have expectations for guy and um if they don't meet that expectation dan we have to hold them accountable and that's why goddamn was an and wind today great when we're megan in rural he's nominee all the gaza are awesome well easily mess with easy to talk to uh work with salt 'cause thing right now the good the bad and really ugly we think about house bath well we'll get to that in just a second tony baby to all seven in the camp were always the flag he on the other side glass tatum 737 66 sixty six the number yeah we're going to get into college basketball this big folks so let's get this saturday morning by started right no one his lowest radio things they say all right adding that early early morning one at all weekends here again just stand is some rain in the forecast coming after a little late the today it out there in i thought the my neighborhood readers the ice cream places a said that they're open today nice that's a start bodies thorough all but i said at the start getting close the warm weather with us a baseball or acts on tv mexican yankees an active negatively on the fan later today at one o'clock eleven hours from now we going to start the little baseball guess is the keys in and get the college basketball this is huge study based cuba come anywhere else yuan yuan assessed by the city that could play golf anymore good for him i don't know ptolemies aided on his own smart move dominic smith do everybody owns.
"ptolemies" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Talking about the mental health issues but the actually the biggest predictor of these mass shootings is what we would call domestic violence or intimate partners let me let me ptolemies for just a moment um your shooter there at the orlando nightclub the texas shooter the the shooter um at the fort lauderdale airport that came from alaska all these gentleman had documented histories of domestic violence killing years of research now show that the majority of mass shooters in the united states having history of domestic an intimate partners violence but she didn't hear any of that on the news and that's a fact um i could list many more of the mass shootings where if you get into the background these shooters there were things that will miss tom the guy uh the picture shooter their force did not report his domestic violence to the national database the gentleman from alaska um how to charge of domestic violence that was reduced to a misdemeanor the still allow him to get a gun and take that to the airport in fort lauderdale the german at the pulse nightclub um he had domestic violence uh investigation allies against him onto prov former wild transmit partners and so it's a great voice our law enforcement brien twenty years and i actually for our service they even and i specialize in domestic violence investigations well in you reminded me of something uh you know an officer told me a long time ago uh that uh all the calls they would go one and somebody that had a real dangerous speed i mean they had to deal with a lot of series gangsters round port and i know joke but officer told me that the calls that made him than most nervous were domestic violence domestic abuse calls because those are the ones who are most unpredictable and it sounds like what you're talking about pretty much cooperates that they'll whether it's specific to an officer reporting to a domestic situation ultimately that type of history kind of like animal abuse has shown up as well is predictive of behavior later on if if not in that moment this too if you can hong your intimate partner you can justify that you'll hurt anybody and this kid down here in florida um to what i've been able to check into some of the calls that law enforcement got his house will related to him stalking here his ex girlfriend and 100 percent kerr boyfriend that.
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"Mental health issued but the actually the biggest predictor of these mass shootings is what we would call domestic violence or intimate partner ballots let me let me ptolemies for just a moment um your shooter there at the orlando nightclub the texas shooter the the shooter um at the fort lauderdale airport that came from alaska all these gentlemen had documented histories of domestic violence tell years of research now show that the majority of mass shooters in the united states having history of domestic an intimate partners violence but you don't hear any of that on the news and that's a fact uh i could lift mini me more of the mass shootings where you get into the background these shooters there were things that will miss dumb the guy uh the picture shooter their force did not report his domestic violence to the national database the gentleman from last uh um had a charge of domestic violence that was reduced to a misdemeanor the still allow him to get a gun and take that to the airport in fort lauderdale the gentleman at the pulse michael um he had domestic violence uh investigations i lodged against him onto pro forma weiser intimate partners and so it's a great voice our law enforcement brien twenty years and for our service they even and i specialize in domestic violence investigations well in you reminded me of something uh you know in officer told me a long time ago uh that uh uh all the calls they would deal want ads somebody that had a real dangerous speed i mean they had to deal with a lot of series gangsters round and poured and i know joe but officer told me that the calls that made him than most nervous were domestic violence domestic abuse calls because those were the ones who are most unpredictable and it sounds like what you're talking about pretty much corroborates that they'll whether it's specific to an officer reporting to a domestic situation ultimately that type of history kind of like animal abuse has shown up as well is predictive of behavior later on if if not in that moment there are two if you can hong your intimate partners you can justify that you'll hurt anybody and this kid down here in florida um to what i've been able to check into some of the calls at one fourth and got the.
"ptolemies" Discussed on Giants of History
"So in september of forty eight b c e pompey arrived in egypt and it's safe to say that he fully expected to be granted the help and shelter that he was asking for from ptolemy the thirteen after all it had been pompey who helped win back the throne of egypt four ptolemy the twelfth who was the father again of ptolemy the 13th and that was just maybe seven years prior to the events were now discussing but unbeknownst to pompey a very different fate awaited him on the shores of egypt ptolemy the thirteen hearing that cesar was the victor in the civil war between poppy and cesar decided to instead side with caesar as opposed to sheltering his ally pompey and then to further protect himself from future retaliation by poppy ptolemy the 13th reportedly gave the orders to have pompey murdered upon his arrival apparently the lined used by ptolemy the 13th while he was thinking of killing pompey was dead dogs don't bite and so the order to murder pompey was given by ptolemy the 13th thinking this move would also ingratiate him with caesar who is clearly now the new strongman in rome and so here i wanna slow it down a bit and relayed this next part of the story that being poppies arrival in egypt in a little more detail as this is one of those stories that really got me when i read the detailed account of what happened here again we have pompey magnus pompey the great one of the greatest generals and rove's history a threetime console a military commander celebrated with three triumphs and not only that it was pompey the great again who saved ptolemy the twelfth restoring him to the throne after he had been deposed.
"ptolemies" Discussed on Giants of History
"It can be assumed that he never expected to rise to be king of egypt as he was born illigitimate to ptolemy the ninth but as fortune would have it ptolemy the 10th was expelled from egypt then died trying to take back his throne ptolemy the eleventh was killed in a riot after he himself now follow this when if you can after he himself killed his wife the queen of egypt who is also his cousin who is also his stepmother and as we said incest was rampant in this day and age and especially in this dynasty and since ptolemy the eleventh had no kids of his own the kingdom of egypt went to one of the illegitimate kids of ptolemy the ninth and wala ptolemy the twelfth was now ferro and as we said from what sources report about ptolemy the twelfth he was ill prepared to be pharaoh as he much preferred music and wine to ruling and responsibility and this makes sense too given the fact that if you're nowhere on the radar for succession to the throne you're not really going to devote a tremendous amount of time to the preparation of one day ruling over a kingdom especially one as old and as established as egypt this would be somewhat analogous to something catastrophic happening in britain today and the entire line of succession to the throne being wiped out and suddenly prince edward who is the youngest of queen elizabeth the seconds four children and currently as this show is written ninth in line for the throne it's like prince edward all of a sudden being thrust into the role of king after spending a good portion of his adult life pursuing a career in theater and entertainment only add to his plate the actual responsibilities of governing a major world power.