18 Burst results for "Rift Valley"

"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Shelby was born during World War two and grew up in the French countryside I was living there in the farm he's he's found a bass a lot of time in nature looking at six to at that and it's at this time is that they become and that to at least in the early part of his career Michelle established a reputation for being a poly anthologist who like to get his hands dirty mind time hi publish is the first seeing that day the insufficient I am not chair penny on to the chase definitely not by the late seventies Michelle was working in Afghanistan finding all sorts of fascinating fossilized mammals what's the most sought after man a little human all hominid fossils eluded him we find out that for the cedar falls the mountain backed enough too low said tweet never find harmony first she said the perceived wisdom wasn't the best place to look for early human ancestors was in the so called cradle of humanity in east and southern Africa but Michelle decided to try looking one and a half thousand miles to the west on the other side of the great rift valley and that has to a lot of people I want to go west of the leave to try to get some first aid and it was really funny for me because older people told me chase no fuss no I mean for us here now and I say have you been have you been looking for now and say something along in nineteen ninety three Michelle moved to search to chat.

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"rift valley" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on Little Atoms

"But it was more than that if something specific and something quite weird that was going on in kinda pantry terms east Africa in the last five minutes years or so that books diverges way from the chimpanzees and created such such eloquently talked to him and intelligent using animal that has ourselves and what what it was reading. This is the Rift Valley. I'm what happened. There was a big plume of magma is been rising up beneath the plate of occur. And it's kind of sworn off it's going to push the crust. And this big Zid must being launched people. It's been drying out east Africa because he's African lies in the same band of the earth is the rainforests of Indonesia, and of the Amazon, so it ought to be very wet and pre forested the Refialy to'reopen is this crack this rift and the crust, and it was interaction between the landscape that refunding we have these high ridges amounts side, but very hot low lying valley floor that amplified the effects of little fluctuations variations and the climate as all shifted slide. You'll the converse axes tilted in will notice mind cycles and the ability water in valley floor to your on these moons amplify lakes. Fluctuated severely leaves a huge effect from a very small subtle influence, and it's that thought of of driven intelligence and small. To this in all lineage, then we went onto make tools and invent conversation. I'm trying to just mention the Milankovitch cycle. Also, what's going on with the F as she said. You know, you sort of opening the sun different angles and stuff, and there's various cycles of ice ages. I there has an Icee those there's there's a warm area yet. There's another ice age is that having the sages predominantly affect the highlights cheats at the very north across Siberia, North America Europe, the very south round, the kind of Nikolay. Chile land sits in South America's day. So that's the actually the bits near the poles joins age. They get very cold really see that going to make sense and Barack tropics on the equator these Anchorage cycles. Don't don't call ISIS because you still warm relatively, but it does have a profound effect and availability of water. And that's why the those Mike of cycles important forever Lucien. But there also these same Cozma cycles instrumental in the next chapter and both of the human story and literally of origins the book, which was okay, fine. We crafted as intelligent species Africa. But nowadays, we're one of the most widespread animal species on the planet and the happened about sixty five seventy thousand years ago where we just left migrated. We disperse out of east Africa across Eurasia up into Europe around into the Americas. And what? Enables to do that was was as he say was ages every time the earth kind of slides twenties glacial periods. These coloma's thick sheets of ice form over the north northern regions. And that sucks up a lot of water out. The sees the levels drop on these land bridges, get exposed you can treat walk from Eurasia from going too far eastern side of of your Asia, ROY to cross the Bering land bridge into the Americas. Now, what was special about us about home associates is that previous hominid species, pre previous human species did migrate all across Eurasia..

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"rift valley" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Hanta virus is aka Ortho Hanta viruses. This is a group of viruses. They are single stranded there in an envelope. And they're an RN a virus? You just learned so much, okay? And what is what does the Ortho part of all that? I don't know why they changed the name from Hanta viruses to Ortho hunting irises at some point recently. The Filon Janie of this is confusing to me sometimes they call it. The order Buna, vir Alice. Sometimes they call that the family Buna Verde. Who knows if you see the word Buna virus that is a larger group of irises? That includes the hunt of irises. It also includes a lot of other viruses, which cause horrible diseases, including Crimean Congo. Hemorrhagic fever Rift Valley fever several different encephalitis, viruses, and so many more. So this is a pretty. Gnarly family group. It's gnarly group. Order of. It's a nightly group of viruses that love to infect humans, which not all virus groups love to do that these ones. Do what's interesting about Honda viruses, specifically in this family or order or whatever is that? They're the only ones for the most part that aren't transmitted by ticks and mosquitoes so most of the other viruses in this Buna Verde or Buna Verelis group are transmitted by ticks or mosquitoes not hunt, viruses, right? So Honda viruses in contrast are transmitted through rodent excrement. Yummy, so fun. What I love is that so arthropods born viruses that are transmitted by ticks and mosquitoes are often called Arba viruses. You could call these rowboat viruses. Rodent born. I love it. Anyways. Very very Sifi. It's very Sifi. So Honda viruses are transmitted by rodent excrement. What does that mean, it means that these viruses live their life cycle inside of rodents and they're naturally found in rodent populations? Honestly across the globe various different haunted, viruses are found in almost every continent in different rodent species. And they circulate in these rodent populations really without causing a lot of damage. They don't harm the rodent populations. Really kind of do. Okay. Overwintering survival. Okay. So that counts, but they don't cause the kind of damage that they cause in humans in general in the road in relations, which suggests that they have sort of a history like these are the groups of animals that they are sort of evolved to infect if that makes sense. So in humans hunt viruses of which there are a number. And I'll tell you the names of a bunch of them they cause to major diseases sort of two distinct groups of illnesses, the first that you might have heard of is called hunt, virus pulmonary syndrome. You've heard of that Aaron, of course, and the other is called hemorrhagic fever with Reno syndrome. That sounds quite right. If you had to guess like, which one of that sounds the worst. I mean, hemorrhagic fever. I would automatically say oh my gosh. Terrible bright, but knowing Hanta viruses to write this leading question. So yes, it's actually hunt virus pulmonary syndrome that is the more severe of the two disorders. So what I'm gonna do is. I'm gonna go through each of these two disorders Hanta, virus, pulmonary syndrome and hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome. Talk about what's different about them. And then talk about what's similar about. Them. Sounds good. Cool. Sounds great. So Hanta virus pulmonary syndrome will start with that because it's my personal favorite. And it's the one that. The one that people are probably more familiar with if you live in the United States because this is caused primarily by sin nombre virus. And this is the Hanta virus that exists in the United States in the south west, it's hosted or it's it's reservoir host is the deer mouse. I like the term hosted. It's hosted by the lovely dear mouth. And it causes a disease that has a death rate of thirty eight to fifty percent. That's emormous is enormous. It's a very very scary illness. So here's how it happens. There's four different phases of HPS, hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. Okay, at starts after an incubation period of between nine and twenty four days usually about one defy weeks, which is a pretty wide incubation period. And that's again, the time from when you're infected to the time when you first show symptoms and so after that incubation period, the first phase is the Phibro phase Phibro means favor. So as you can guess the starts with a fever..

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"rift valley" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"Their way of doing things for hundreds of years. Some people say that I was. Founded? To the Rift Valley where Uman evolution and it helped catapult us condition of of self awareness. Thousands of years ago. It was brought from the eastern part of Africa to west central Africa. You know, we don't know. I remember ten Terence McKenna. Speaking about mushrooms in a similar way. It does seem rather accurate that it can can do all these things that it can address both chemically and. Psycho spiritually all of these issues and in a human being do you have? So that you explained that to yourself. Yeah. Just an Abel's people to go so deep deep deep inside themselves. That's where the healing takes place, and it and some people have said it's like ten years of therapy rolled into a couple of days. It's it's it has this has its miracle component. It's very profound. But to me intention is everything. And you know, you could do I began a half dozen times and s hall. Yeah. So it's not it's never the method is always the person. And actually if a person's intention is so pure. That don't meet a method that could be walking across the street showing a piece to govern. And they'll be transformed. So that's you know, that's another way of of looking at it. But there are so methods in the world from deep tissue from Ralph ING too tropic breath work to begin. There are some very very powerful methodologies that I that I do really respect. Now, Richie have have you have you has any Iowa experiences personally? Now, I haven't 'cause I was wondering how you know. Basically what what you describe is like a three day. I watched experience, you know. And what I'm wondering. Because you said that that the the first what four to six hours are the really eight. You know, kind of exciting part does. Now, the now, it's it's forty to fifty hours. I mean, if the change is very the intensity of the. Yeah. The first four hours are on. Just completely had a logical. On the Pretorial archetypal vignettes are coming through. So so fast. I mean, one woman single space or four pages, documenting sixteen and a half hours of visions. But then on the other hand another woman at the session with experience. Absolutely, no, Piff news. No insights, and yet she went into a state of consciousness for ten and a half months. She went home after being frustrating because she didn't have the visuals that she wanted to have with I begin. And then then there I began to realize for myself because I wanted a so attached for people to receive what they wanted and then I began to realize. Wow. People receiving exactly what the quiz. She had experienced in her life. Everything that she ever wanted. She successfully received until I became didn't give her what she wanted. And as a result of that she access to level of frustration within herself that enabled her to kick into place where she was choose witnessing her sleep ten and a half is really an very deep state of of waking. And and I always tune that. I begin gave when she needed. Now what you wanted. So there's no prescriptions truth. You know, there's no it's like a lot of even I became providers at a very attached to people having these, you know, lights and cameras these really deep experience, I'm much more interested in the effect energetically can still get so much out of it. Even though you're not having like some deep deep if MS. You know, I've I've talked to dozens of people who have had I will gain experiences, and I've never talked to anyone who's been disappointed..

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"rift valley" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"There was like a giant flap of skin that had been torn off can clearly bands. I'm sort of a scuffle, and it was like blood flowing down his face. And I was like, okay. So this is serious. Yes. Is serious. You know? But I just like I always wanted to know what was going on. You know, I wanted to like under. Stand. What was unfolding in front of me? And I had this sense of being in the midst of like really momentous events in like some people in those kinds of situations. Want to hide in some people have this like weird genetic mutation that makes them want to run towards whatever you're a very curious person. I mean, I can say that even just from like having dinner with you is that you're just like you ask all the questions, but not like an I just made your curious person. Yeah. Yes. I mean, the other alternative was to become an FBI agent. Sure. Just in tears. I ask a lot of questions. Yeah. You're curious person. And then I also well first of all why were you the the moving? Yeah. What was the impetus behind the re family? Oh, yes. So my my dad my dad's work was like kind of national development. So he had his special his his specialization was agricultural engineering and vocational education. So we would move around for his job, and he did lots of different things around like helping farmers diversify their crops. And the Rift Valley of east Africa and stuff like that. So it was really for his job, and you know, like in that life. You're just kind of tagging along like wherever dad's next assignment is off you go. And so we moved like eighteen times in the first eighteen years of my life that seems genuinely very difficult and also it would seem like the specificity of that work in terms of breaking down fear of the other your, you know, also just in terms of maybe also breaking down pity. Yeah. You know, because that's another thing that we're taught as Americans, especially if you're white is to be like, you know, there's like the the there's like no food in China like a plate thing to thing that concerned not appreciate there's like there's like some food and trying a lot of people if they're they have to be. But, but yeah, I would imagine, you know, you're meeting people. It's dissolving some of your pity. You're meeting people's dissolving some of your fear. Yeah. And I think that you know, when you are put in the position where you're constantly the other. And yet you also have to kind of navigate the world, you just sort of find ways to find common ground, and I think that for me as a journalist that's been the sort of touchdown, right? That in any situation. Whether it's you know, whether it's a refugee camp into our four or interviewing like, a virulent, homophobic archbishop in Nigeria or you know, like in the middle of a battle in eastern Congo during the civil war. You just you're just always searching for ways to make that human connection because that's like where the real stories lie. And that's that's kind of been the story of my life right is just seeking out these moments of human connection, and and frankly moments of like, Hugh. In solidarity where we're kind of all in it together. And and I hear, you know, this is very useful more mission. It's yeah, it's very easy to get super depressed about things. Right. And I think that one of the things that really struck me, particularly my work as correspondent in overseas was like really like deeply getting to understand humans on this kind of like basic person to person level. And and I had these like very basic rules about engaging with people like if somebody offered me food and drink a food or drink. I would always accept it. And you know, like you could be in a refugee camp and somebody would be like I wanna make you a Cup of tea, and you always say, yes because that is a fundamental way to create a a relationship of intimacy and humanity and shared, you know, kind of shared purpose. And and I think that you know, like..

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"rift valley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fact the greatest mountain range on earth lies below the ocean surface it's called the. Mid ocean ridge and as Bob Ballard. Explained from the Ted stage we've known about it for a long time but. No one had actually gone down into the actual site of boundary. Of creation as we call it into the Rift Valley fill, a group of seven of us crawled in our little submarines in the summer of nineteen. Seventy-three nineteen seventy four and. We're the first. Human beings to enter the great Rift Valley almost a quarter of, our planet is a single mountain range, and we didn't enter it until after Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin went to the month So enter the. Mon played golf up there before. We went to the largest feature on our own, planet we went down into the Rift Valley, and it's pitch black it's absolutely pitch black because photons cannot reach the average depth the ocean which is twelve thousand feet most. Of our planet does not feel the. Warmth of the sun most of our planet is in eternal darkness and for. That reason you do not have photosynthesis in the deep sea with. The absence of photosynthesis you have no plant life and as, a result you have very little animal life living in this underworld or so we thought We. Discovered a profusion of life, in a world that it should. Not exist giant tube worms ten feet tall I remember having to use vodka my own vodka to pickle. It 'cause we don't carry formaldehyde we went and found these. Incredible clam beds sitting on the barren rock large clams when we opened, them they didn't look like. A clam and when we cut them open they didn't have the. Anatomy of the clan no mouth no God. No digestive system their, bodies said had been totally taken over by another organism a bacterium that had, figured out how to replicate. Photosynthesis from the dark, through a process we now call chemo synthesis none of it in. Our textbooks Valor coming up his plan to fill those textbooks faster than we.

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Kellyanne Conway, Newark and New Jersey discussed on Sunday with Shortsleeve and Shack

Sunday with Shortsleeve and Shack

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

Kellyanne Conway, Newark and New Jersey discussed on Sunday with Shortsleeve and Shack

"Commenting on the allegations in. A, book coming, out by. Former White House staffer Omarosa Newman counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway I, have worked alongside that man for over. Two straight years now without interruption I, have never a single time

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"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He says the guy who was last in it heard something like water gushing below the surface he jokes that maybe someday they will wake up sunken in the middle of ocean but he will never leave my ma you know we're used to this place i used to this of course i go in search of the sunken toilet and what i find is a huge hole maybe forty feet across and no sign of toilet just hanging pipes torn in half by the force of the earth we need kenobi up is standing on the edge looking down overcome by a little vertical scary amazing at the same time it's a reminder she says that this is exactly where many millions of years from now the african continent could split into at first the cracks were being blamed on the geologic forces of two tectonic plates east africa moving away from the rest of the continent but as soon as the government's principal secretary of mining john omega took a look at the cracks he set the sudden movement of the tectonic plates had nothing to do with this what we have seen he's what the prevailing theory is that these dramatic cracks formed over thousands of years tyron rooney who studies the geology of the greek rift valley at michigan state university says you should think about them like those big sinkholes in florida the sinkhole over thousands of years develop slowly and slowly and slowly and then there's soil over it and when that soil collapses due to rain or other events is when you see the sinkhole he says that fear that people in my ma hugh will wake up in the ocean overnight that's just not the way geology works these events are punctuated they start and stop over millions of years these aren't runaway processes that once they get going on human scale that they're going to continue going that's not how it works as i find my way to one of the big cracks it starts raining it's a gash so deep when i looked down i can't see a bottom i meet limo jim herder who goes by one name an interpreter helps me out quite a wedding wedding ever do my most severe in such a was raining there was some movement from the and suddenly the water that had flooded that field disappeared and he says two of his cows were swallowed by that whole.

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"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Does report to her and i think kelly acknowledged that the word she used in this meeting or unfortunate and she called megan mccain immediately to apologize but the bigger issue the white house has is that it seems like they can no longer have confidential meetings without people in their own staff leaking it and that is a mortal threat to the success of this agenda match slap chairman of the american conservative union thanks thanks rachel where co hosting the broadcast in washington and jerusalem here where hundreds are gathering for a ceremony marking that opening of the us embassy shift in the political landscape and we're also following news of actual shifts in the landscape there are more volcanic eruptions in hawaii and then there is kenya where the earth seemed to crack open recently npr's ater peralta investigated title town of my hot water in the language sits on the floor of the great rift valley it's a place where the earth rip open and left the valley defined by steep walls on either side it's a sleepy town with lots of farmland and goats on the side of the road peterman up who owns a little store on the side of the road says this is also a strange little town if you think about what are you come out very hot and thought the same time when he was a kid he says they used to spend weekends looking for holes that would spit out gases we used to play with their we lose when you take fan i knew put it don't go down but it's pushed up lately my my who has been the talk of kenya because huge fissures have appeared across the landscape this week mina says a public toilet was swallowed up by the earth.

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"rift valley" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And that's because bone does not preserve very well unless it's lucky enough to be fossilized or unless the paleontologist you're lucky enough to come upon fossils but teeth are very hard you have the tooth enamel and so forth and they tend to preserve when everything else goes by the wayside so part of it is trying to find the right geological formations to dig into as you indicated and part of it is just the rare ness of these fossils and the difficulty of finding them it's it's the proverbial needle in a haystack but if you have good giant geologists on your team and you know where to look in these formations eventually there's a good chance you will find something the rift valley looks like rolling small hills leading to larger hills and you can see that layers would have been put down and geologic periods michael just to last detail because we're going to go onto the ear bones the question here is we don't know what drove the split if it did happen twenty five million years ago we have no one cause is that correct that's right i think that when you have a split but we can make some guesses when you have a split between two different have legionary groups one of the features that usually accompanies that is that they become geographically isolated and once they become geographically isolated then they're not interbreeding and each is sort of free to go its own evolutionary way so it's quite possible that whoever the communist sister was of old world monkeys and apes was living somewhere in this rift area then you had these tectonic events you had these plates separating and slamming into each other it's quite possible that some of the common ancestor found himself on one side of the split and the other half of the group or whatever to found itself on the other side once they became genetically isolated then natural selection was free to act on each group independently that also probably explains the much later split between five and seven million years ago humans and chimpanzees you had a common ancestor and then you had two groups that split and they each winter on the middle ear michael and i are speaking and we here between two and.

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"rift valley" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Thinks you can get it back to where your great grandparents were why understand that why can't i just take a probiotic yes so this is this is a big issue right now so there was a recent papers from this population that can do it so the hot star in east africa and tencent nia rift valley so these are some of the last remaining huntergatherers i think it's only a couple of hundred lift that lived that lifestyle and their microbial their microbiome diversity has a seasonal variation so they founded to statistics in summer and winter and what what's different than someone winter with these people is they switch from a more plantbased diet to more meat bayside the microbiome changes with these dietary changes when you look at them at the state when they don't have the high plant intake it looks like ours almost the same misses the same species in the same types of microbes then when they go to the plant based side it regains its diversity sedate still have the ability to go from from our level backup to the highland does thousands of species that do not are not essential and you can lose them but if you lose one of those keystone species and the whole system gets altered so it's possible would happen in western society on developing countries that we lost some of these keystone species and so no longer have this ability to to to return i think it's going to be one of the biggest challenges really to to yet and so ended out if i can't do it through probiotics could i and i actually seriously i put a date that if my wife wasn't better by thankfully she's sort of beyond the critical threshold now but if she hadn't gotten better by state i was going to take her somewhere to get a fecal transplant.

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"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Breath are you magin that and so i had the opportunity to see her work as she developed maps of the south atlantic and then of the indian ocean's in an atmosphere where every faculty member columbia university was adamantly anticommunist drift including the director of the lab only those of that time that could really talk comfortably about conflict trip with young graduate students who didn't know better to know all the reasons why drift couldn't occur but she did give you this very graphic lesson one day didn't she in this idea that the continents had once been joined it was a kind of light bulb moment wasn't it interoffice she had a globe globe that had been created by national geographic in clear see through plastic shell and i remember one day she put the shell over her rift valley and she drew on the shell with a piece of charcoal the shape of her rift valley and then she slid the see through plastic shell so that that's shaped lined up with the edge of africa and it was the same and just let it over and that rift valley ended up with the shape of the east coast of north america and so this with valley sat exactly in the middle with the shape of the to comment on the sides so the symmetry because they're easy pieces seafloor that's out there now hundred miles away two hundred miles away three hundred miles away was wants together in the ancient rift valley and so this a dental signature is now split into and carry to the two sides we had this revolution we call the plate tectonics revolution was copernicus like revolution and we're in the middle of it and it was just for me being in the right place at the right time and in the same room as the my pest asks right as a young girl growing up in michigan marie sop used to help her father do soil surveys for the department of agriculture would leave her with a lasting love of maps and of science but in those days when it came to a job women were expected to stay in the background and analyze the data that the men like a colleague geologist bruce hasten brought back from the research ships she can pretty much to herself somewhat hidden what do people believe before this war do they think.

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"rift valley" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on Omnibus

"Yeah the on used to run down into this this lowland trough before the before the andes rose up the same process that was pushing the andes pushing down the other plate so there was this giant rift valley running down the middle of south america and the end the amazon would just run from the from the atlantic down into this river value it was essentially the same river where the other way then the lifted up some i mean not one day but it's fun to imagine that the amazon suddenly one day just gets a little higher and somebody on a boat is like going back but but there's there have been border disputes between bolivia and brazil even into recent memory sir multiple wars have been fought over access to the civic and access to the access to the rubber and the riches of the amazon but also i think there were i think there was a situation where bolivia actually traded land with brazil because the brazilians wanted the rubber but the bolivia's wanted access to the railroads that were being built up the amazon to speed transportation so that it wasn't dependent on the river that's interesting and that is what sped the completion of the the trend south american highway which now runs that entire distance which is elsewhere in the omnibus bolivia's a sad case because it used to have access to the pacific ocean and then at font a tragic war with chile and peru over mineral rights and got.

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"rift valley" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Let's let's start with talking with chris a little bit about the research you do so you're you're a seismic guy we actually um even though we are both theoretically in our own way geologists we we had a little dino chat on twitter armor now if you remember that crowd there what did i say i think he has to do with you have children and your children weren't sure about birds being dina s now they believe that now they build good good so we got together to leak most of what i say so this has been hyundai if touting this other which is tori i still will be able to fight so as to tell me that tributes mike its nuclear guy told that's true they normally look at their mother and then try and go says like some some qualification from of it yes yes i am i am a i am a geologist by training okay and so you look at a lot of uh what you told me was you look at how the crust is deformed in and how that deformation effects landscapes and seascape psa i'm interested in you know the the plate tectonics and strokes which allergies say when we get mountains belt so when we get rift valley's forming and then how landscapes let lebanon really present day that's more of them what would cogema falouji i'm kind of as entrusted do more interested in what they look like in the past the how we can try and read the wrote wreck to try and deduced how tectonic sea level and climate are instructing and threetime save up to midnight.

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"rift valley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is wnyc wnyc dot org i am letter glow pay you write that neanderthals still clocked up a longer run then we have so far so how long did they roam the earth and with did they develop independently of homo sapiens uh yeah may did see so we save is a an african species we it looks like that we forms at in in any form that we consider to be ready reminiscent of us cells stay mostly in the east of africa and the rift valley there's new evidence of that was published earlier this year that it was that the also delays all caic hermis app yin's in in morocco i think that pictures going to get more complicated as we discover more so loose i won't be the mother of us all lucy is wave back three point two million years and and not yet in the genus homo which which which we are broadly calling in humans by and we can't really necessarily connect up lucy australopithecus aferensis with romanian silences soul sapping 's it's it's likely that she's an ancestor of ours but let let's a long way back i'm i'm ready took in an uneasy but lost half a million years um so yes a seven earlier human went out of africa and evolved into neanderthals which are primarily a eurasian species and they never came back into africa so that that was some eight hundred thousand years ago something like that and then in fact big bit less than that malaysia six hundred thousand using and then the how many zambians emerges out of africa roundabouts eighty seventy or eighty thousand years ago and we begin to migrate into your asia and then we meet sweden remains neanderthals arab and as soon as remains within an holes we start some well what geneticists euphemistically refer to as a gene flow of ants a hen named we.

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"rift valley" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on The Science Hour

"And influence how you got develops um your immune system it effects and your body composition you you risk of diseases for example this if you body of us t so the the range of species new got is reduced in some circumstances it can is associated with diseases like and flemish bowel disease obesity diabetes all sort of firm afflictions of the industrialized world hughley but we are actually getting new insights ensue huntergatherers intends amir always them what we neither sara this is really interesting study came at just this week looking at the gut better the ecosystem of the hatzor who are a of hunter gatherer us as santi living in the rift valley in tanzania and won't the research has found after persuading these people to hand over that period because that's how you how you sample them much to the answers amusement i think was that the the ecosystem changes with the seasons and they think this is probably due to the the diet that hansa takes on the home together is steady i think in the dry season they eat meat and tubes and things like that whereas in the rainy season latief tweeting will berries and and honey and things and the gut bacteria that ecosystem shifts accordingly so what should we pickup from the oldest research to inform the waiver of don't just think about a western diet for instance near that number could of eating disorders and problems with western diet the must be something to be lent obstinately say if you look at the end diversity of the hats us unlike by a miss the think aesthetic sent more of us it's much more diverse and also rich in the ability to digest plant um sugars carbohydrates and if you like and in western is on the other hand got microbiomes a characteristic that just shows you the authority really limited implants up plant carbohydrates and this again is.

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"rift valley" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from almond board of california did you know the allman community generates more than one hundred thousand jobs in california surf grow would you know about almonds visit allman sustainability dot org kenya's rift valley has played a fundamental role in the evolution of humanity for centuries nomadic herders have relied on the fast expanses of grass in order to survive but recently all that grass has died as part of our look at how climate change is impacting people around the world npr's ida peralta reports now on a changing way of life out here the landscape looks like lars red clay rocks and in the distance a mountain sold bear it looks like a giant older still lament occurred irs walk an hour or two to bring their animals to this dam where the water mixes with mud in turns into a dark brown color steven long orienteering is eighty she used to have eight cows but six of them died because they didn't have enough to eat but didn't you did she sang that when shula's muddied at twentieth a they'll plus used to the green with a lot of bus cia bills nothing being experienced lake drought james to k who is standing just a few feet from her is only 45 but he has seen drought after drought an unavoidable eagle momma limit limo will begin hours about a more he thing that a county win explain what is going on he cannot even understand way the climate is changing he points to the mountain tops in the distance he points to the dark clouds slung on top of them he could see the ring and he can feel it he says but it never falls here that i have to say that has to be a heartbreaking elegant gold are gonna villa brunei run it so hats breaking by they have no they have nothing to do by the guest pastoralists have been roaming these parts of kenya for centuries and all these years not much has changed all the progress of the cities in kenya has mostly skipped people here only about three percent have 'electricity in more than half of the population is not formally educated that means that for a lot of people here hurting is the only way they know how to survive caroline where is a scientist.

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"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"rift valley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Rift valley so a group of seven of us crawled in our little submarines in the summer of 1973 1974 and where the first human beings to enter the great raphel almost a quarter of our planet is a single mountain range and we didn't enter it until after neil armstrong and buzz allburma demented among play golf up there before we went to the law largest feature on our own planet we went down into the rift valley and pledge black it's absolutely pitch black because photons cannot reach the average depth the ocean which is 12000 fee most of our planet does not feel the warmth of the sun most of our planet is an eternal darkness and for that reason you do not have photosynthesis olympic with the absence of photosynthesis you have no plant life and as a result you have very little animal life living in this under world or so we thought we discovered a profusion of life in a world that it should not exist giant through warms ten feet tall i remember having to use vodka my own vodka to pick a likud on carry formaldehyde we went and families incredible clam beds sitting on the barren rock large clams that when we open them they didn't look like a clam and when we cut them open they didn't have the anatomy of a gland no mouth no god no digestive system their bodies had been totally taken over by another organism aback tyrian that had figured out how to replicate photosynthesis and the dark through a process we now call came synthesis none of it in our textbooks ooh a valor coming up his plan to fill those textbooks faster than we ever have the four that's in just a minute i'm guy rise and you're listening to the ted radio our from npr darren kqed public radio.

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