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"richard mueller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"richard mueller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Congress didn't want to. Have Okay, um, a committee look into the source of covid 19 I I don't know why, but the Republicans went off on their own. Um And did it yesterday they had a coronavirus committee. And we were told in this committee By experts. That Hundreds of thousands of lives could have been saved. If China acted transparently. Earlier in the Covid 19 pandemic. Now, think about this. Let's forget about blaming them. For say, Um, if it did come from the Wuhan Institute, and it was the result of research they were conducting and they had shoddy procedures and the virus leaked out. Let's just put that Aside. Once it did leak out. It was The responsibility of China to be transparent and to warn all of us about it. Remember, we recently found out That there were what two, maybe three. Workers at the Wuhan Institute who became definitely ill in November of 2019. Let's just say, Oh, they didn't know then then they knew in December They knew in January. But they didn't Tell us So, according to, um Uh, let's see. Is it, Admiral Brett Gerard or Whether it was laboratory derived or natural. If we wouldn't have had open access, the moment it started spreading. We could have saved lives if we could have known about asymptomatic transmission two months beforehand. It could have saved hundreds of thousands of lives. Wow. No Democratic members of the committee attended the hearing in both NIH director Dr Francis Collins and N I. A I D director Dr Anthony Fauci reportedly turned down invites to the hearings. Here we go. Um, let's see. Yeah. What else was said. Dr David Ascher, senior fellow with the Hudson Institute, Dr Richard Mueller. From the University of California, Berkeley, and Dr Steven Quay, founder of a toss of therapeutics. All of them, saying If we would have known earlier and there wasn't a cover up. We could have saved lies. If we knew it was lab derived and they were transparent. That could have been a major major important finding for us to know early. Wow. Wow. Um Here's the thing. Let's get to the Let's get to the bottom line here. The Chinese are not being held accountable at all for this. And I kind of let it slide a little bit. Last year because I said, You know what the real focus right now is trying to figure out What's going on. And at that point, it would maybe be a little too late to learn things. I don't know. I'm not a scientist, but these scientists are saying if they had been honest from the very beginning And told us what we were dealing with. Then we could have saved. Think about it. Hundreds of thousands of lives. What did we lose 600,000 people? I mean, we still have people dying 600,000 people and on top of the 600,000. Hold on. We've got what? How many In the world. Danny was at six million in the world who died? I think From Covid as of right now from Covid 19. And the Children. I want you to think about this. I want you to think about the person 3.94 million. Oh, it's so I thought it was more than that. 3.93 point 94 million I want you to think about this. Somebody goes. There's woods behind your house and somebody goes back there and they're launching off fireworks. You know, it's kind of innocent. They want to set off some fireworks, but you know what? One of the fireworks Lands nearby and starts a fire. And what do they do? They don't tell anyone. They just walk away. And actually, they live nearby, too. So the fire started in these woods is going to impact their house. But it comes to your house and it starts burning the side of your house. It burns your decade burned some stuff in your backyard. Now had they alerted people. Maybe the fire wouldn't have been as devastating. I mean, it was their fault. The fire started. Maybe they didn't do it on purpose. Sound familiar? Right? Maybe they didn't do it on purpose. But they didn't warn anyone. So the fire really got going And yes, it impacted their house, too. But it impacted yours. And you're an innocent bystander. That's what the Chinese did. That's what the Chinese are guilty of. And they should have to pay for it. And the Biden administration is just not doing it. First of all. President G and Vladimir Putin. You know the despot's of the world they're laughing at him. They're laughing at him. They're more concerned about trying to figure out who's really in charge in Washington, D C. That's what they're concerned about. Who's really telling him what to do. And frankly, I'm concerned about that, too. It seems that the president goes out. Day to day. Looks like he asked his talking points just Goes along repeats a few things. He was talking yesterday about jobs he was trying to sell his his infrastructure program was out on the road. And he started he started using The term a good prevailing wage. No, not not. Not minimum wage a good prevailing wage. Those kind of jobs are going to create. Prevailing wage is a is a dirty word, because ask any contractor if you're bidding on a project and let's say in Massachusetts. You have to pale to pay the priv Aaron prevailing wage, which is what the union people would get paid if they did the project. But anyway, he's Yeah, there's Joe Biden the big union guy talking about. Yeah, let's let's let's you know, let's make people get paid more. Which I'm all for people getting paid more but getting paid more based upon what So anyway, he was using that term and that's I know that's one of the things they put on the car and said here, Joe Read this. Talk about this. And Danny, Can you find it? He whispered again yesterday. He did that thing like this, Danny? Wacky thing. Where is eyes bug out? Any whispers. So Moving on. The next point from that..

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"richard mueller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:02 min | 3 months ago

"richard mueller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In Congress didn't want to have Hey, um, a committee look into the source of covid 19 I I don't know why, but the Republicans went off on their own. And did it yesterday they had a coronavirus committee. And we were told in this committee By experts. That hundreds of thousands of lives could have been saved if China acted transparently. Earlier in the Covid 19 pandemic. Now, think about this. Let's forget about blaming them. For say, Um, if it did come from the Wuhan Institute, and it was the result of research they were conducting and they had shoddy procedures and the virus leaked out. Let's just put that Aside. Once it did leak out. It was the responsibility of China to be transparent and to warn all of us about it. Remember, we recently found out That there were what two, maybe three. Workers at the Wuhan Institute who became definitely ill in November of 2019. Let's just say, Oh, they didn't know then then they knew in December They knew in January. But they didn't Tell us So, according to, um Uh, let's see. Is it, Admiral Brett Gerard or Whether it was laboratory derived or natural. If we wouldn't have had open access, the moment it started spreading. We could have saved lives if we could have known about asymptomatic transmission two months beforehand. It could have saved hundreds of thousands of lives. Wow. No Democratic members of the committee attended the hearing in both NIH director Dr Francis Collins and I A I D director, Dr Anthony Fauci reportedly turned down invites to the hearings. Here we go. Um, let's see. What else was said. Dr David Ascher, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, Dr Richard Mueller from the University of California, Berkeley, and Dr Steven Quay, founder of the Tasa Therapeutics. All of them, saying If we would have known earlier and there wasn't a cover up. We could have saved lives. If we knew it was lab derived and they were transparent. That could have been a major major important finding for us to know early. Wow. Wow. Um Here's the thing. Yeah. Let's get to the Let's get to the bottom line here. The Chinese are not being held accountable at all for this. And I kind of let it slide a little bit. Last year because I said, You know what the real focus right now is trying to figure out What's going on. And at that point, it would maybe be a little too late to learn things. I don't know. I'm not a scientist, but these scientists are saying if they had been honest from the very beginning And told us what we were dealing with. Then we could have saved. Think about it. Hundreds of thousands of lives. Yeah. What did we lose 600,000 people? I mean, we still have people dying 600,000 people and on top of the 600,000. Hold on. We've got what? How many In the world. Danny was at six million in the world who died? I think From Covid as of right now from Covid 19. And I want you to think about this. I want you to think about the person 3.94 million. Oh, it's so I thought it was more than that. 3.94 point 94 million I want you to think about this. Somebody goes. There's woods behind your house and somebody goes back there and they're launching off fireworks. You know, it's kind of innocent. They want to set off some fireworks, but you know what one of the fireworks lands nearby and starts a fire. And what do they do? They don't tell anyone. They just walk away. And actually, they live nearby, too. So the fire started in these woods is going to impact their house. But it comes to your house and it starts burning the side of your house. It burns your deck. It burned some stuff in your backyard. Now had they alerted people. Maybe the fire wouldn't have been as devastating. I mean, it was their fault. The fire started. Maybe they didn't do it on purpose. Sound familiar? Right? Maybe they didn't do it on purpose. But they didn't warn anyone. So the fire really got going And yes, it impacted their house, too. But it impacted yours. And you're an innocent bystander. That's what the Chinese did. That's what the Chinese are guilty of. And they should have to pay for it. And the Biden administration is just not doing it. First of all. President G and Vladimir Putin. You know the despot's of the world they're laughing at him. They're laughing at him. They're more concerned about trying to figure out who's really in charge in Washington, D C. That's what they're concerned about. Who's really telling him what to do. And frankly, I'm concerned about that, too. It seems that the president goes out. Day to day looks like he has his talking points. Just goes along repeats a few things. He was talking yesterday about jobs he was trying to sell his his infrastructure program was out on the road. And he started he started using The term a good prevailing wage. Yeah, not not not minimum wage a good prevailing wage. Does the kind of jobs are going to create? Prevailing wage is a is a dirty word, because ask any contractor if you're bidding on a project and let's say in Massachusetts. You have to pale to pay the preparing prevailing wage, which is what the union people would get paid if they did the project. But anyway, he's Yeah, there's Joe Biden, the big Union guy talking about, Let's let's you know, let's make people get paid more. Which I'm all for people getting paid more but getting paid more based upon what So anyway, he was using that term and that's I know that's one of the things they put on the card and said Here, Joe, Read this talk about this. And Danny, Can you find it? He whispered again yesterday. He did the thing like this, Danny Wacky thing. Where is eyes bug out any whispers? So Moving on. To the next point from that. Which is.

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Wall Street Journal Article Exposes That Covid Virus Was Very Likely Man-Made

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Wall Street Journal Article Exposes That Covid Virus Was Very Likely Man-Made

"Unfortunately, came out. At a rough time while I was doing show, perhaps so I teased it yesterday but didn't get to the whole thing. And I said to you that these viruses have coding in them like computer code, and when people want to mess with computer code to mess with your computer, they leave fingerprints behind. Well, so do people who want to mess with viruses. They leave little codes behind, too. How do we know that? Let's go to The Wall Street Journal Peace be in my newsletter today, if you want to check it out. Actually, you know what we didn't put in the newsletter thing by Geno that Constellation newsletter. But I would have all the other articles will be there. You know why it's subscription only, and people send me emails back upset. I don't have a subscription, which I understand. I do think it's pretty good paper. Here's the articles. The science suggested Wuhan Lab leak by Steven Quay in Richard Mueller. Folks, you got to read this piece because it will open your eyes. There are fingerprints left behind on these viruses when we tinker with nature and kill millions of people, which quite possibly happened here. How do we know that? Okay, let's go to take away number one from this piece. I'll read you all the good nuggets, So don't worry about it. If you miss a lot of you are busy. Gain a function research, a microbiologist can increase the lethal itty of a coronavirus enormously by splicing a special sequence into the genome at a prime location. Wow, that's pretty interesting. We can do that. Doing. This leaves no trace of manipulation, but it alters the virus spike protein, rendering it easier for the virus to inject its genetic material into the victim's cell. 1992, there have been at least 11 separate experiments, adding a special sequence to the same location. The end result, folks has always been Supercharged viruses. So what do we know?

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"richard mueller" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:28 min | 4 months ago

"richard mueller" Discussed on KTRH

"The speech marking the return of Trump to the campaign trail. He's going to be in Dallas, speaking at the CPAC event in July, now the whole speech. If you want to see it, we've got it for you. At Houston's morning news page at ktrh dot com. It's now 703 Democrat dreams of turning Texas blue. Well, that ain't happening. Republicans. They're going to keep the mayor's office in Fort Worth, Maddie Parker beating the Democrat challenger, Beto backed Deborah People's for the seat that was vacated by the retiring mayor. Republican Betsy Price, who held that seat for 10 years. Parker won with 54% of the vote. In a gallon. Texas Hidalgo County, which is 85% Hispanic population talk about this wave. Republicans celebrating Javi err via Lobos is narrow win over the Democrat Veronica. With Whitaker. That's her maiden name. Her. Her maiden name is Vela. Her married name is Whitaker That was in the mayor's race. On Saturday. He had Javier, where 51% of the vote. By the administration radical left, they got a stumbling block of swords in their efforts to pass that so called People Act that voting bill and it comes from a fellow Democrat. I think it's the wrong piece of legislation to bring our country together and unite our country and I'm not supporting that because I think it would divide us further. As West Virginia Senator Joe Mansion, he declared his intentions on Fox. He also said he's against eliminating the filibuster. The Democrats have to have the that filibuster eliminated it if they want to pass her socialist agenda. Mansion did say he thinks that there will be a bipartisan deal struck on infrastructure. However, well, okay, we'll see has another trillion dollar budget deal. 704 is our time the borders are Vice President Kamala Harris did something border related, She flew to Guatemala to talk about the root causes of illegal immigration. Texas congressman August Pflueger says that Harris should have stopped at the Texas Mexico border on her way. The administration President Biden, Vice President Harris have abdicated their responsibilities to keep Americans safe. They have abdicated their duties. Yeah. Harris. This trip got off to a bumpy start. Her plane was forced to return to joint base Andrews in Maryland about 25 minutes after it took off there was a technical issue. Our news time 705 well following the footsteps of Texas and other Red States America now trying to reopen, but it's going to cost you. Here's ktrh is Jeff Biggs with summer sticker shock? Yeah, you know, sure. We've been talking about it every month. Everything going up while America is back? So is inflation. The cost of things is going up rather quickly, and this is the price of success, and it was a short term thing. It's not so bad, but it's the beginning of a long term thing. It could be devastating to a lot of us. And it could cost as a whole lot in the long run financial expert Bill Dandy and as we've seen, prices are up on everything, political analyst George C. Told Ktrh. What you don't see? This is what's so tragic about inflation and increased prices is that the Democrats are pushing through easy money policies that create inflation. But companies aren't really going to suffer from that because they just pass through their increased costs of production to consumers. They just pass it on and the key inflation metric just hit a 29 year high. But your Treasury secretary says it's because of Covid. You know, Prices were lower in 2019, so the high prices you're seeing or just because of Covid. Thank you, Jeff. It's now. 706. White House says Red State governors have every right to stop the federal unemployment bonuses. They don't want to give them out. This is after another dismal monthly jobs report and the feds acknowledgement that companies You know, they just can't find enough workers in order to crew. Up those jobs numbers. There's no question that extended unemployment benefits, particularly ones that are more generous than actually working, incentivize people not to work. This has been proven numerous times by peer reviewed research. I'm thinking of a journal paper published by Cornell University and another one by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Yeah, that's James Arrested with a research firm. Just the facts. He says liberals like Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, however, want to continue these lucrative I mean, 300 Bucks a week edition allele. Federal checks going out on unemployment, even for those who go back to work. What 77 more calls for Dr Anthony found shot to be fired over the release of his covid emails, showing what he was really thinking. While we were locked down mainstream media course trying to give him every kind of cover they can house minority Leader Kevin McCarthy telling Breitbart, though this is all about trust. I know the American people don't have trust in Dr Fauci less find a person we can trust. Like politics aside, we were talking about American lives here. Yeah. In the meantime, a pair of scientists doctors, Steven Quire, Richard Mueller wrote an op ed for The Wall Street Journal, saying the damning science is what pretty strong suggestion That this virus was engineered in a lab. It is now 708 not official yet, but a government UFO report is so called said to be inconclusive. About some of the videos that have been out there are military confronting flying objects they could not identify. It's not going to rule anything out or or anything in for that matter. I think what's important and what people can expect about this, Um You. A P report is, I think it will talk about the number of sightings there far greater than have been publicly disclosed before. Yeah, that's the former director of National Intelligence. John Ratcliffe. You know Oreo, deciding to offer any extraterrestrial creatures who might visit us. What they will offer Double stuffed Oreos as a welcome gift. Okay, presuming they have mouths with which to eat. Yes, that's presuming a lot. Mm. It's great advertising.

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"richard mueller" Discussed on Ghostheads UK

Ghostheads UK

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"richard mueller" Discussed on Ghostheads UK

"What your protagonist to be likable type of artemis fowl book the hill answered. This does artists foul. His father. look out of an assays that you could ever care that is so unlikable that they have no connection to other humans unless you are crucial pathan which hates them. That's something that you might. Here's at least two or three people in this podcast code out one. I'm just saying a character has to have a connection. Just someone doesn't have to be everyone now. It doesn't even have the audience but at the oh that is there humanizing effect that they have someone who they deduce a connection that makes them feel like okay. I can see how this character exempts. I never feel that. Would think you know stephen marshmallow inside. And i liked them. just fine. so same for me. And lilith i like lilith. I would actually connects to lewis. I want to turn my back on her. I like her so much to be immediately. This little helpers story how likable her character lake vs are beautiful dog. She likes her dogs like hitler. She likes her done and dogs suddenly. He's a different character. He said he's a person can say. Oh well he likes his dogs well. If currently here from the hitler was going to say little if you just adolf hitler please please. You watch this movie dubbed in french. Let's see the zoo dual the when they talk about goats zula liking or know goes goes are the talk about. James gra hoover in inglewood in english. Let's see in french. Stalin and in powell him it's hitler and in spanish. It's now while the spanish don't go to franko next time with their fats. San least overdone for america's bad folks here albertz. Now jimmy. savile insert ran the american politician. Here i do want to shout out the novelization of the book to the ghostbusters. By larry malign which was released with mound. But the one. I like is actually the supernatural spectacular by richard mueller south. If you guys ever have a chance to pick them up. I like movie malversations from the eighties. Because they're so interesting because they do have like certain tibbets that get left out of the movie. Oh yeah oh yeah the novelization of that one thousand nine hundred nine batman bringing it back to keaton. Yeah there is like at least. There's a lot of stuff have a lot of head candidate so i stayed gone by. What's great about the that many times the authors just given the screenplay original screenplay and that's what they write and then of course screenplay gives change get cut the novelization and you read it and you're like that if we didn't end that way what how i was gonna say. The same thing state often comic adapt adapt to adopt dacian. When there's a comic version of the film that is often got scenes in it that were in the rise of the same reason because they have given this bricks and then no he's been changed right. Yeah that's crazy. I i remember reading the novelization of the john carpenter thing which is years earlier and that is a completely different ending. And i'm wondering series. Come from and stuff. Yeah yeah. I read that i read the novel of aliens and i was amazed. Knows swearing in the book. What so ever right rudely. Novelization origin is apparently being explored in the new gremlins The avian for the gremlin. So that's something uh product going on that's going to be explored and you know why that is because kids my age read the gremlins novelization made it head cannon and now. They're writing the movies in the movies. Now lured helpless kid season every single. Move from here on out. Can't it's tat that these people who generally do enjoy the films and the original novels a now writing the tv series in the cartoons. Now because you do see a lot of stuff. That's on tv now. The so-called written from a fan points of view. And there's nothing even looks like it was raped by a findings white. Somebody just pick to pay. Think looks like star trek. I think that looks like saul. Just saying i'm real own. I'm i'll tell you. I'm reworking the voyager. Now re watching and surprise and i get enterprise back in the day of bitter role kelsey employs totally enjoying it now and i think it why kalinda go back to.

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"richard mueller" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"richard mueller" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Big guys out there. John Candy is not one of them. Now. The. Only thing I. can think of. Block. Since you have, you seen him in wagons. Film. He actually you can. Actually you said Okay I can see why I can seniors thing. Over all OV- O- Internet. And? Charlie have plenty of Skull Bata. Is Coming in third on that alcoholic less right behind and Martin L.. John Candy was playing Louis though. Please tell me how is Gorny Weaver GonNa dip him. Well. That's the thing. There is I. Don't see him. Again this. About films you cast the film and then you write it right. NO ANTI PULSE? Place your name if you not sow dress in ghostbusters very very. Boring. And they sex through the Gospels the OH. Yeah. The draft. Different. When you buy the toys like at the ice, say the Playmobil goes house it featured ghostbusters one toys yet janine because she's in a show Scott sniffing. To. Isn't she? Yeah because they're not gonNA. Put Dowdy Jane in all livable sexy that same. Doctorate Navy boys yes. She is. In her relationship with Egon. Bullets also. Goes. Choose. To is they have. A chance to. Signal. That neons woman. I've heard the in in good spouses activites. She's now married to Winston this. issue. convincing. Way Round the guys town to you know. have. She sees the Fire Hall Proton Pack You're saying. since-abandoned actually said. GonNa poll have you tried? I would've been interested to see what Michael Keaton did with the. You know instead of Bill Murray. Out. For you. Because I mean he was more comedy at that point. US A lovable. From the start. Yeah. He'd been a much more likable character I. Wouldn't have done the scene where he's trying where using a bad scientist I don't believe that. Chevy Chase and in Gutenberg, actually turned down the role for a bank men. I T's Gutenberg in that Role Oh seamer Gutenberg have been. Amazing. Yeah. He and his Money by that point twenty, twenty, those movies f. Lately. Is like. A straight guy. Now, users we're going to say about everyone who says, why can't character fear Michael because then you don't like them. John. Horrible as they are are likable because they have inaction other people. Yeah. Let me tell you what your protagonist. Around Artemis fowl book. The book. Limiting his answer, this does artemis fowl, his father. ables look out of this as that you can advocate care that is so unlikable that. They have no connection to other humans. Unless. You are socio path in which case them that something that might like. Don't. or at least two or three people podcast code out. I'm just saying a character has to have a connection just from one doesn't have to be everyone else. It doesn't even have the audience, but at the. Show that is there humanizing tax. They have someone who they deuce need their connection that makes them feel like, okay. I can see how this character exerts. I never feel that would think at you know Stephen Moore Niall or cold and dead inside and I like just fine so. Same for me I feel. Ok, well, no, I mean. I. Like lilith. Connection to I WANNA turn my back on her but I liked her So. Much. Immediately little. Story. unlikable her character bees. Or Beautiful Dhabi's. She likes dogs like Hitler she luxury. Dolls suddenly, he, different character. He said he's a person can say, oh, he likes his dogs. Little. Currently here from the Hitler. All say, well, if you just Konate Hitler please up. My. If, you if you watch this movie dubbed in. French. Let's see the visual the. When they talk about goads. Zula like we or know goes goes are. They talk about James Gra Hoover in English. In English. Let's see in an French it is stolen. And in Pal Ian it's Hitler and in Spanish it's now. Oh interesting. Punish. Don't go to Franko. Love saying at least. Twenty Overdone for America's. Folks here. Come out now be at Jimmy Savile. Insert random American politician here. I do want I sat out the novelization because there's two there's the ghostbusters by Larry on the line which was released with the found. But what I like is actually the supernatural spectacular by a Richard Mueller. So. If you guys ever have a chance to pick them up I like movie novelization from the eighties because they're so interesting because they do have like certain say bids that get left out of the movie. novelization of that one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, Batman, bringing it back to Keaton? Yeah. There was at least there's a cut some of stuff. You. have. A lot head can help me get a Lotta movie. Sorry state going. What's great about the novelization is that many times the authors just given screenplay. Reasonable screenplay, and that's what they write, and of course, screenplay is change and get stop. It's cut in the novelization you read it and you're like the movie didn't end that way what you said the same thing Steve often when this coming.

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"richard mueller" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"richard mueller" Discussed on PRI's The World

"From your soil propping up your hospitals know some foreign invader teach lifesaving and the plea from these various essential workers that you're clapping for me now. So don't forget who we are and why were essential when this is over. It sounds like some of this resonates for you one hundred percent. Can I tell you about like personally for my own words? Okay mic colleagues are from Nigeria. They are from Ghana Poland. Spain me Syrian nine thousand nine percent of Mike over towards colleagues are migrants and refugees. We have left our loved ones and our families behind so we can be on the frontline to help this country combat Gerona virus. But this nightmare is over. I'm hoping that this will start an international discussion about how we treat migrants refugees because for years now anti-immigrant rhetoric has been on the rise. Shut our borders and we put kids in cages and we've sent both backs than we call them leeches and I. It's it hurts but you now. We see migrants in Britain. You see them delivering parcels you see them a stacking shelves you see them cleaning toilets. This is a lesson I think everyone around the world about what migrants and refugees offered to their host communities. So you may be cleaning now Hassan. But you're still a filmmaker. Has this experience given you some ideas for moving? Maybe it has I mean. I'm learning on a daily basis. I TO BE HONEST. I am also guilty of living in my own bubble because all my friends here are like they have. It's time for them like champagne. Socialists like we but now I am mixing with people from other classes and people who have other experiences and listen to their stories and I see how they are going about their lives doing this. You know. Like makers are storytellers. And while my priority now is to clean. And disinfect toilets and the covert words. I do want to tell the story. Asana COD is a Syrian filmmaker. He's been working as a cleaner at a hospital in London where he lives. Asana COD. Thank you very much for being with us. What's your thank you. Beer is food. Food is not beer is a SANGOMAS and like food. Beer also has a sell by date when you're a pub owner in the UK and you have on average fifteen kegs and storage waiting to be tapped. Well you've got an inventory problem on your hands right about now. Which is why many pub owners are finding themselves in the position of literally pouring gallons of beer down the drain from London. The world's ORLA Barry has more when Britain went into lockdown in March. The pubs were the last places to shut their doors now for weeks on bar. Owners are Publicans as they're called here worry that they could be the last businesses to open back up again. I think that we probably look at six months. If we're open by September that will be a bonus if we're open by Christmas that we great Philip Kosher Ronson mergers pub in Norwich and east England. It's official name is the gardeners arms. But a nation ninety-five Landlady's daughter was murdered by her husband and the nickname stuck this week. Culture shared a video from south Obsessed as he poured out fifty gallons van so to actually have thrown down. The drain is is heartbreaking. Old rather give it away then have to throw away. It's it's dreadfully sad culture. Says he worried about getting in trouble with his insurance company if he sold at beer or even gave it away for free that AOL came from open casks like most publians. He has plenty more on opened bottles of beer in stock but the cell by Dejean those is looming to a consumer group called camera the campaign for Real Ale estimates. That in less than two months publicans will be dumping something like fifty million pints of beer but a few landlords are finding novel ways to avoid that he was cameras National Chairman Nicotiana. I've heard of clever licenses approaching their local Wants bear that could be used to be a bathroom fishing ships and things like that. But there's only so much of that. You canoes others like blue. Richard Muir in English town of Ilkeston are taking a different approach. Moore put a message on facebook saying he could deliver beer to his customers homes and the idea went over well. On Research surprised the amount of people that came to as we have a delivery regular customers of the pope that really wanted to support is not as nice to provide any service that I've Lee puts a smile on people's faces when on the on a door. And then they get to offer a drink make seem a bit more like normality. Moore and his wife. Mandy runner brewery and a small local pub called the weighbridge in opening his own brewery. Ten years ago was Moore's dream when the lockdown began last month. He was seized with dried. You think in your life potentially in lose everything. We'RE GONNA lose. Business could lose a house a home for the Great People's House more important than than baseness But then it's just a case of trying to find a way around to survive and bring some money in because our income would literally nothing Moore says. He's making a quarter of his usual income right now back marriage. Philip Kosher says he's living on CREDIT CARDS. His staff were furloughed and he still waiting on promised government funding to arrive so. I asked him if he's worried about going out of business. Yes and no I think my concern. Probably more my stanton if me song getting upset. The sadness his that before lockdown nourish publican committed suicide. And that's more upset than kosher. Says No one knows what caused that bar owner to take his own life but the current situation probably didn't help hobson integral part of everybody life. Everyone has a story about a pub and a good line. Would when you get to a stage where people are taking them. Lowe's because they come see a wii forward because of the clearly upper issues there but the corona virus has taken a Lotta lives so the biggest the biggest thing that they have to worry about culture says. He's staying in touch with the staff on WHATSAPP anti hopes. They'll feel free to share their worries with him. I asked Cantona what he misses. Most right now to friends at cost self as a social drinker. I very much like sitting with me rights and having a good Chin Mike and having a conversation while enjoying the beer and in a pub some fear that this global pandemic could be the death knell for many British pubs and that the public will just get used to drinking at home but not brewer. Richard Mueller is not just about the bear or wherever the drinking is to carry Nair. Meet friends other. I think you'll ever eliminate popes in this country. Too Much of ingrained in society drinking is all well and good but it's not the same as being in the pope with friends fifth aware. I'm Orna Berry in London just ahead on the world the science of sewage. We're learning more every day. About the ways of the novel. Corona virus can be one place. Researchers are looking are sewers and what we flush down the toilet. As high as fifty percent of people reported with Kofi Nineteen shed the virus in their stool and also the virus can multiply within the intestinal track. What our waste is telling scientists about Cova nineteen also coming up? Can you be immune to this thing? Antibody testing may provide false. Hope to those who see it as a way to restart the economy. You're listening to the world. There's a lot of excitement about antibody test right now to be clear. These are not test to see whether you currently have cove in nineteen. These tests can detect whether you've been exposed in the past. These antibody tests may be key to getting people back to work and restarting stalled economies but some researchers are asking whether the tests can deliver on their promise that includes dawn dish. She studies the immune system at McMaster University Ontario. I asked her why it's difficult to create that can detect antibodies cove nineteen thorough krona viruses. That have been causing colds and Flus for very long time that are in the population. And there's some concern that. Some of the antibodies that recognize the seasonal coronaviruses will also recognize service. Kobe to Fu if we get accurate tests antibody SA- can detect the presence of antibodies. How much does that tell us? And what can we do with that information? It's incredibly important. So what happen is we can understand how many people were actually infected as. I'm sure you've heard one of the intriguing features of this virus is a lot of people are a symptomatically infected. So how do you test someone who has no symptoms will in most of the world? We haven't been doing that as well as we should have. So when we get these antibody tests we'll be able to everybody who's ever been infected not will really help us make some predictions. I mean one of the things that would be optimal in future outbreaks which we are unfortunately expecting we might be able to make better regional decisions if we knew what proportion of the population were protected from infection. So as an example you might expect that The people of New York might be slightly protected from the next outbreak because of the high rates of infection. There there's the caveat to that those we need these tests to be accurate and we also really need to understand how long protective immunity last. There's some disturbing hints from other related viruses that The protective immunity may not last forever. Well here's Dr. Maria van Kucova. She's ahead of emerging diseases zone noces at the. Who and she's underscoring the point. You're making right now. We have no evidence that the use of serologic test can show that an individual is immune or is protected from reinfection and John Podesta even if someone is immune who knows how long that immunity would last. This is pretty uncharted territories exactly. Unfortunately we can't rush time and until I can't tell you if immunity last six months until we've had people who were infected and recovered for six months. I can't tell you if it will last two years until we've had somebody who's survived the infection for two years. We can start making some educated guesses if we look at SARS. Moore's we can expect protective immunity for maybe six months to three years. Obviously if you don't have protective immunity this means you can be infected a second time and this is something that would have profound impacts on how we how we deal with future outbreaks. So you're saying that when it comes to the tantalizing idea of immunity antibody tests still are not super accurate in giving us what we need to know. If I can give you a couple of examples you can imagine that chicken pox is a as an infection. We all get for most of the people most of the time. They're protected for rest of their life. Now compare that to a tetanus shot where you get very good protective immunity but it doesn't last forever and that's where we have to go back and get a booster shot the third example would be HIV people who are living with HIV. Have a lot of antibodies of a lot of immune responses to the virus. But it does them no good in clearing the virus or keeping them from infecting others so what we hope is that this virus will follow the chicken pox example. Where if you get sick you protected for the rest of your life. What we fear is it might be like the HIV example where you will generate an antibody we will be able to tell if you were infected or not but you may not be protected from infection again and what we expect is that it's going to be like the tennis example where there's some protective immunity but it doesn't last forever and that will obviously impact. How increasing outbreaks frequencies of this Virus Happen Professor Don Bodus studies the immune system at McMaster university in Ontario. Thank you for your time..

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