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"roger harrabin" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"We'll explain some of the market calm despite missiles flying last night in the Middle East. I'm David Brancaccio on the morning after Iran on shot a dozen plus missiles at US military bases in Iraq financial markets have calmed down after some initial turbulence. There was no apparent deaths in their reports. Tehran alerted Iraq ahead of time suggesting Tehran was trying to limit escalation. President trump is expected to speak about this in about an hour and crude oil. Prices have been down quite a bit this morning. Down eight tenths of a percent to sixty two dollars and twenty one cents. One key reading of this is is that oil market Susan Schmidt is head of US equities at Aviva investors. It isn't unusual but because we're thinking of our historic responsive remember that this isn't isn't the seventies we're a net export of energy products now and so the fact that we're in a very different position when it comes to oil and gas supply allows us take a much more relaxed response to this. We're not worried about the energy supply for the US going away. We have our own. This isn't going to disrupt that. Susan thank you in early. Trading the Dow is up two points the SMP and the Nasdaq reach up. Two tenths percent fugitive former Nissan Motors boss. Carlos Goan Goan has been briefing the media in Lebanon this morning days after escaping house arrest in Japan hidden in a box Goan says his detention by authorities in Japan was the result assault of corporate power. Play by those who wanted Nissan of Japan to have supremacy over alliance partner. Nissan France gone said. His Treatment was ruthless and that he was was denied even visits from his wife. I did not escaped. Justice fled injustice and Kyushu Fuchsia political persecution. He was awaiting trial in Japan for alleged breach of trust reporting his compensation and other financial improprieties. Interpol has what's called a red notice out for his arrest Goan has French. Brazilian Lebanese citizenship in Lebanon has no extradition arrangements with Japan fresh from the unveiling of its plant based pork substituted the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. The company impossible foods. This darling of Wall Street will not be partnering Green With McDonald's anytime soon on its beef replacement this according to the news agency Reuters. Here's marketplace's Nova Safa. Impossible food says right now. It can't can't meet the demand from partnering with the world's biggest fast food chain even though the two sides have talked in the past imitation meat makers have had previous trouble with production capacity city Pat Brown the CEO privately held impossible. Foods told Reuters. The company is focused on first doubling production before going after a deal to supply imitation burgers burgers for the more than fourteen thousand McDonald's locations in the US a spokespersons says this morning. The company has not abandoned any prospective customer and and wants to work with all large fast food chains. Meanwhile rival beyond meat is expanding a trial partnership to provide plant-based Burgers to McDonald's locations in Canada data beyond meat share spike twelve and a half percent at close yesterday on news. That impossible foods was out of the McDonald's game for now I'm Nova Safa for marketplace and in Europe as attention on work in Finland that is derived a new edible protein from bacteria to compete in price perhaps with soybean with a call soya over there. Here's is reporter. Roger Harrabin reforming blamed for contributing to many environmental problems there's been increasing investment in novel foods. Grown from bacteria confirm in Helsinki claims that a taste free protein. It's derived from soil. Bacteria and fed on hydrogen may compete on price with soya protein before all the end of the decade. A study last year concluded that protein from microbes was several times more efficient than Sawyer in terms of land use and required just a a tenth of the water. The Bacteria Food Sahlin can be used as a substitute for Sawyer in a host of foods. Such as pies ice creams breads and cakes. That's the BBC's. Roger Heron Eh in this New Year were taking some moments to focus on individuals who move the needle art of a marketplace series called change makers today woman changing venture capital by supporting women people of Color and LGBTQ entrepreneurs backstage capitals invest over seven million dollars or more than one hundred twenty companies. I'm arlan Hamilton. And I'm the managing partner of backstage capital we source the best underrepresented talent and the leaders of tomorrow and we give them confidence checks so that they can keep going and over time what we think that will become as a lot of interesting exits and a lot of interesting plays. He's and then as we've grown we've been able to put larger and larger checks into companies whether that's directly or by syndicating bringing in larger investors. I think it was around two thousand twelve and I discovered venture capital. I looked in from the outside and saw that venture capital could be a tool if used properly to help change the dynamics of how funding reaches underrepresented people a lot of the companies that we invest in have high impact packed themselves. We have a lot of renewable energy companies in our space or a FINTECH companies. That are there to help. The UN banked under banked When a founder received a check from backstage capital today they're understood to be one of the you know the most robust in highest quality auto companies out there because they would have had to beat out dozens and dozens of other companies just to get that smaller check a lot out of founders that have raised millions and we're their smallest check have said we're there? I call because we can be that sounding board. I think that we changed the conversation. People are being taken more seriously now of absolutely seen More black owned businesses more people educating themselves on their place in the tech world. I think that's all happened within the last three four years and I think a lot of it has to dude backstage. I think the reason I've been able to make change happen is because I'm relentless execution it's about completing being the mission you know I feel like there is a great mission here and I won't stop until I not needed. You can read more of Arlan. Hamilton Story and other women making changes in their respective industries at marketplace DOT ORG change makers produced by Christabel in C- Awadhi New York. I'm David Brancaccio this the marketplace morning report from A._P._M.. American public media..

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The electric revolution will reach into homes, and workplaces in the kitchen of the island golf club, this chef Daniel is cooking on gas before long. He'll be frying on electrons that have been caught it around the island in somebody's car, battery a bizarre idea perhaps, but some experts think that sooner or later, the rest of the world will follow. Roger harrabin energy, and environmentalist of too much speculation ten conservative MP's have declared their intention to become that party's leader. And so the next British Prime minister that key challenge to deliver Brexit before the October thirty first deadline to leave the EU after a series of polls by conservative MP's, the ten will be reduced to just two and Tory party members across the country will choose between them political correspondence in Watson told us about the election and the current front runner, the former foreign secretary Boris Johnson is overseeing rather bombastic figure, but some would make the conservative membership. Feel good about itself. Consummate campaigner as it was during the campaign on this mayor of London. But some people worry about his grasp of policy detail. For example, certainly, if he does not get a deal by thirty first Tober, he under the people who are supporting them into very keen for Britain. To leave the European Union without one if, however, Jeremy hunt, the current foreign secretary Boris Johnson successor where to be elected then he's trying to draw away the range of people within the party supports. And there's some people who are staunch remains Buckingham some people who are Brexit, tears. And again, his emphasis isn't trying to get a deal before the thirty, first of Tober. So it really does depend on who gets through if the vote were held tomorrow, stampedes, I think probably Jeremy Irons, and Boris Johnson would be in the final two but there's another two weeks to go. Where there's a whole range of hustings words fellow members of parliament, who listen to and question all the different kinds of its Michael Gough to some extent on a back foot over newspaper revelations, and his subsequent admission to Kane use more than two decades ago. So if there's another similar grenade thrown in the top to the moment might hope to in the race actually finishes. Just give us an idea how this process works. How do they whittle it down from ten to two fairly complicated? Let you run us through it effectively to get in the first instance five percent over the rest of the parliamentary party, backing them when the frustration devoting takes place on Thursday, perhaps three or four might be whittled out this week that next week after cross a threshold ten percent of their fellow members of parliament, then the lowest performing candidate amongst Philo MP's will drop out. And so it will go on and to reach the final two that they think the process will be finished would be June the twentieth then open this up to the way the conservative party membership, then they would get a vote on. We get a new conservatively by the end of July, but of course because they didn't government, you also get a new British Prime minister Simone continuously new prime minister, who has not been elected in a general election and some listeners around the world might be surprised how often that happens. Let's right in the parliamentary system. It can very easily happen actually initially that's what happened with. Theresa may. Of course, she succeeded David carbon enough to the referendum didn't go his way when the fifty two percent voted for Brexit, and she'd remained prime ministers. She was on the door to call an election. She did so to try and strengthen her position. And of course, in the end she weakened it that was, Ian Watson alone lost film by one of the most influential figures in early. Twentieth century Maldonado has been rediscovered in London. More than eighty years after it was made the footage called ABC in sound was created by the Hungarian abstract artist Laos Luma. Holy nausea who experimented by drawing shapes onto strips of film. It was discovered rediscovered in the archives of the British Film Institute, which will air the footage later this month arts correspondent Rebecca Jones was given a preview. Kevin..

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Not isolated in any efforts to strengthen regional security. These Stu set a lawyer for Shamima Begum, the British teenager detained in Syria has written to the UK government accusing it of failing to protect her from being trafficked by the Islamic state group was Begum her. Home in London, four years ago when she was fifteen lawyer has cooled on the home, secretary of the UK Sajid Javid to reverse his decision to revoke MS bagels UK citizenship. Hanna Yousef reports Nineteen-year-old Shamima Begum was found in February, and the Al hol camp in Syria after reportedly leaving I SS last stronghold in Bob, who's she was heavily pregnant with a son who died shortly. After bath miss Begum left her home in east London, four years ago to join this logic state group with two schoolfriends. She has since said she wants to come home to the UK Heff family's lawyer Tasni Makanji claim she was targeted by extremists before she left boys. Have a propaganda machine where they reached out to the world into the mobile phone of Geneva Burgum, and managed to groom her giving her the advice that she needed to successfully, as a fifteen year old girl evade UK police counterterrorism cross a border between Syria and Turkey and find ourselves betrothed. Royces ceremony to a twenty three year old man. In a letter to the home secretary mistake, Kundi says the girls families should have been warned that they were at risk. He says mistake and was groomed for exploitation, the home office's at wink comments on individual cases. But decisions to deprive individuals of their citizenship up based on all available. Evidence Youseff David has some other stories from our news desk, US federal court documents show that prosecutors have targeted the Hungarian President when Lando anandas in an investigation into drug trafficking and money laundering. The newly filed papers were requests for warrants from twenty fifteen to search the emails of Mr Annan deaths, and the number of his close associates, his brother when Antonio and undis- was arrested last year for plotting to bring cocaine into the US Bulgaria is planning a tourist route of its main Jewish landmarks as part of a campaign to promote its Jewish heritage. The idea is the brain child of the tourism, ministry, and Shalom the organization of. Jews in Bulgaria, the initiative would include key, Jewish, cultural sites in thirteen counties, although no detailed route has yet been published and class on Boola who's trials for the attempted murder of his wife were retold by Hollywood has died at the age of ninety two the Danish born British socialite was convicted nine hundred eighty two of poisoning. His American wife sunny below with insulin. Forty-one new protected areas of being designated in the seas around England, the marine conservation zones range from the coast of Northumberland were though, protect. I deduct s- to the seas south of the isles of silly which supports seabirds fish and basking sharks. But environmentalists warning that protection may not be properly enforced environment analyst, Roger harrabin reports. The newly designated zones cover an area almost eight times the size of Greater London. They bring the total area of British water protected to most third, and consolidate the you. UK's position as a world leader in ocean conservation. The government says species that could benefit from the new wave of protection include the wrist stalked jellyfish the shorts noted seahorse and blue mussels, environmentally say the reality is not quite so impressive. They complain that many of the previously designated marine zones. Still don't have proper management plans, and haven't yet managed to stamp out damaging activities like being trolling or dredging, scallops and longer steams, which home, fragile and the rain wildlife. Roger harrabin thousands of sports fans have been gathering in Madrid for one of the biggest games in world football. The European Champions League final and centerstage. For Saturday's match will be two English teams talk them, Hotspur and last year's beaten finalists, Liverpool, and Hologhan has been mingling with supporters in the Spanish capital. Tickets.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Climate. Change advises say the country should lead the world by setting ambitious new targets to continent greenhouse gas emissions zero by mid century. Roger harrabin reports. The committee's recommended what's known as net zero emissions for the UK by twenty fifty. That means any emissions must be compensated by planting trees or using technology to capture the carbon storage underground, the main burdens on the public unlikely to be that people will be able to keep on increasing the amount they fly, and they'll be asked to set their home thermostat to nineteen celsius driving won't be acted 'cause will be electric diminishes cuts demanded from industry, which the committee says will need government help to capture emissions. Well, news from the BBC. The afghan. Taliban says it's political leader has helped things in Dojo with senior politicians from Germany and Indonesia as well as the US envoys zella, my Helios odd to discuss peace in Afghanistan. Mr. Khalilzad confirmed his meeting with the militants and his own meeting with Indonesia's form Anisa analysts say the to focusing on the withdrawal of US troops. Expensive diamond jewelry thought to have been born by fugitive. Malaysian businessman for his mother is to be handed over to the US. Authorities America is investigating the theft of billions of dollars from Malaysian government investment funds known as one MD v. Michael Bristow reports it's believed the matchy namings in ring with more than one and a half million dollars were bought by the Malaysian businessman Jolo, he pounded until the Jewish to make something timeless. But not too old looking his mother. The Malaysian of voted also investigating on MD of already seized the mansion and soupy owned by Jolo and his family business Cooney on the in a statement. He said he was pleased. The issue of the diamonds was being resolved. He said the transfer was not an admission of guilt. A year marking the achievements of the Rene San's genius Leonardo Davinci gets underway today. The five hundred diversity of his death. The celebrations will begin in the French town of umbrellas. Where the French and Italian presidents, and I'm on the call and said Joe material will visit his grave Leonardi Leonardo polymath who excelled in painting architecture signs and engineering spent most of his career in his native Italy, but died in France. The times am businessman and major magnet. Reginald langey has died in Dubai the seventy five the town's name president paid tribute to the row he played in the development of the country having amassed one of the largest fortunes in Africa. It became a noted philanthropist babysit news. This is the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Ruth Alexander each week one question four expert witnesses and announcer. July two thousand seven only twelve years ago and the ceremony taking place in the council chamber in Kito the capital of Ecuador. The mayor and other officials and police officers stunned on ceremony and from to forty men who sporting baggy jeans.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Has been finding bodies for days. You've just found another. Yes about forty. I couldn't bend more. You want to know what what's it about? Of course. Martic Lippold has invited us into his lab. Until now, it's been a kind of mystery these master still actually and today, you're going to conduct a pre post Morrison for us to have a look inside one of the birds. She what what we can see? When you look at this guillemot here on the workbench what what's your assessment just from looking at the diverse externally. Well, first of all, it's it's a young Burt. That's as small white tips on these furniture. This is this is a bird was born last year. Also can sheet at the British wet the federal are wet which is not a good sign, and what would cause the feathers to lose their repellent qualities. There are three possibilities. One. Is that the bertish in poor shape? That has can't maintain is federally more properly. The other one that there is something on the fetish some chemical and the third is, of course, that it has been rolling around in the surf, and that doesn't help either conducting this dissection might reveal more. Guillemots fees mostly on fish, the North Sea is rich and inhering food. Shortages are unlikely there's no trace of plastic in this bird, detecting, paraffin or other chemicals will require further analysis next week pathologist will conduct post Morrison's on hundreds of guillemots in an attempt to solve this deadly mystery Hologhan the drugs power station. The north of England has become the first in the world to capture carbon dioxide by were burning wood pellets, but the captured carbon dioxide is not being stored because the company hasn't yet found a commercial way of doing. So here's our environment analyst Roger harrabin to combat climate change. Some pass stations have switched their fuel from coal to wood chips. They described the process is carbon neutral because the trees they burn absorbed. Carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in the first place. Now at Drax they're going to step further. They've started a small pilot project to separate some of the exhaust gas from the wood burning and using a chemical process there actually, removing the c o two they say that means the electric city is now carbon negative drac stink technique will play an essential part in combating climate change. Many environmentalists are appalled. They say we need all our forest to lock up CO two naturally. Not to go up in flames earn vibrant analyst, Roger harrabin. A reminder now of our main news in Thailand. King's elder, sister, Princess urban rat is to run against the former coup leader for the post of prime minister in next month's election. Well, that's all from us. You've been listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me Emilio San Pedro. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US has made possible by American public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content. APM American public media with support from forex dot com. Empowering traders to seize opportunities currency markets since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine forex dot com. It's your world trade it for X. Trading involves significant risk of loss. Support.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A development today with the. European council. President Donald tusk. Lashing out at British politicians. Listening to NewsHour from the BBC, I'm Russ to Yemen now and in recent weeks and months our coverage has focused on fighting famine and efforts at peace, which would make those things disappear and the emphasis has been on the port city of her data or the capital sonner today. I've been speaking to a young artists to travel to the eastern province of our Mara thousand kilometers from data George Butler, encountered, a different picture of Yemen. I went to province in eastern Yemen, code Mara. I mean, the whole of Yemen is is difficult at the moment. But it's a different story from the one that we hear a lot in the news on the one that you're talking about later. It's not about war and famine it's a bite. Occupation. And sovereignty. Talking about a province that is a thousand kilometers east of data, which is what we've been hearing about in the news a lot, but on the border with Oman and Saudi Arabia. What did you find? This is a province that since the beginning of the IRA. Precaution has been occupied really by the Saudi and. You a coalition, and I think it is fair to describe it as as an occupation. There is a militarization of the Al guide airport Saudi army basis across the province, and that's very difficult deciding intentions there, I'm not clear, and the people who very much tribal often feel tension between them on the side is into dozen and sixteen genuine large scale protests to them being there. And it's on the back of that that we that I made this trip and amid the drawings. How do people react when you take out your sketch pad and start drawing and focusing in on particular individuals or particular things to start with they think what suspension day, I think I think? It's very unthreatening. So that it sit upright or the other way you might with a camera, and they're just as interested as I am in them. Really? But does that mean that they they break the image because they coming over to see what you're actually doing a good a lotta that endlessly people to get back to where they were. And most of my job is to sit and wait for that kind of excitement of having a strange person that you're going to go back to what they were doing and that takes sometimes ten minutes. Sometimes I think the nice the nice thing about people in that part of the world is run. People and they can carry on with their day with you will not and beneficial to to make and drinks and how quickly do you drill? I mean, presumably you do have to draw quite clearly if you're trying to capture a particular moment. Yes. In the a lotta the scenes. Saying ran the camp the protests quite quickly. I'm they lined up in a Big Sur unbelievable circle about four hundred people and sung to each other. And then moved in around the middle. I just yeah. I just stand there with the drawing board, and there was little boy who is eight had this fate gun on his hip. Just stunning slightly wondering what was going on. We sort of stood watching each other either. Sure, it was a fake gun. We it was fake checked. I thought it was real. And then I asked, and they laughed and said now, of course, it's not. It's those moments that I think a valuable in recording. Even even though the rest of the country is still clearly so desperate and the the poll traits individual portrait's all faces and people what what is it that you are hoping to convey in doing those pictures. I think the story that comes when you during a portrait is often more honest than when you're sitting in front of a camera. It's an interesting interview technique to attaching to be slightly concentrating something else. And I think that often opens up more of a conversation. I suppose we still react very, positively to two drawings of people we see them as human and the something about handmade Mark on a page that really we kind of always turns his first thing we show our kids. We stick them on our laws home symptoms of ourselves. Sometimes if other people and one of the guys that I was restoring new recruit for the. He was a driver before. But didn't have any works, and he'd come to work as he described it. He he wasn't being paid. But if you ever needed anything he got meals a day, and he turned to the general to for some money. He stood up at the end of his thing. And he said, that's me. I'm okay. Very nice moment artists. George Butler speaking to me a short time ago. We'll stay with now because a new report, by Amnesty International alleges that the United Arab Emirates is recklessly arming militias with advanced weaponry supplied by the US and other states. Let's be to the journalist Iona. Craig who specializes in Yemen and the Arabian peninsula. I just before we talk about this Amnesty International report. I mean, I'm pursuing what you have been to the east of the country where George Butler was talking about the people that he was drawing give us a sense of of the context of what's happening there. Well, really where George was talking about his kind of the an invisible line slightly between where the UAE's control IBM's coastline. Almost ends in the Saudis, really begins. So they've got the the Saudis have influence in that in that area. Cooler Mahara, I'm pretty much everywhere. West of there along the coastline is now under the control of leeway proxy forces. So the next for too long is is McCullough then you go west to aids. And of course, now, you then you start to head north around the coast, and you head up to her data weather's now this sort of fragile cease fog having on where the US is trying to get the upper handle has been at that port. So do you A really controls? Now, the vast majority of Yemen's coastline along the south on the south west of the country. Well, let's talk about how they're able to do that these militias that are being armed by the UAE. It is this new what we're seeing in the Amnesty International report this three point five billion dollars worth of arms being supplied being given by the UAE to these militias. I don't think it's new, but I just think most people aren't aware of it. I'm in the UAE has basically built apparel Armenia. And they've given the military sounding names like the security belt all the giants brigade or you got the guardians of the Republic. And so they sound like they are the military, and they even will often described themselves as the national army, but they did not want since the government. They do not answer to the ministry of defense. They aren't it's DUI. They are paid for and trained and provided support by the UAE and the somewhere between fifty and eighty thousand of those fighters that are essentially militias and those arms are as you know, as I'm the report coming from a multitude of nations, including the UK, and the US and South Africa, and Brazil and all over the world, really. And that raises issues really because you have things like the arms trade treaty, which the. The UK signed up to or for the US legally obliged to adhere to end user agreements, which means if the is giving them to third parties, they have to get authorisation from the US government to do that. And even yesterday, we were hearing from the head of central command in the US general vital was testifying to the US Senate Armed Services committee, and he said that authorisation had not been given. Okay. So there are clearly legal issues, but on the ground does it also contribute, then to lawlessness. Oh, absolutely. Because on because there isn't a strict chain of command these forces that are on the ground that there are lots of different brigades militias that aren't always have Pacific commander assigned to the Menendez elements them you've got the Southie. Militias who make up a large proportion of that fighters, particularly in tires on the west coast who are Alterra conservatives who are fighting very much for religious and sectarian reasons. While also getting these weapons Iona, Craig journalist who specializes in Yemen and the Arabian peninsula. Thanks for joining us. Scientists warned that will almost certainly have have to suck carbon out of the atmosphere to stave off catastrophic climate change. In other words to go carbon negative, the method most widely discussed this to capture CO two emissions from power stations and bury them underground. But there are many other ways to do it. If we are ready to spend the cash in Finland they're claiming to have a world, I technology heating system for housing block, which super heats would waste the absence of oxygen. This drives off me thank gas that can be used for energy. And in addition to this the carbon from the process is locked up in something called bio car, like charcoal, BBC environment and energy analyst, Roger harrabin. Paid a visit to a boiler plant pioneering the technology. Yeah. Inside.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sea ice is formed in the high take it drifts down southwards to the Barents Sea. Which is in the Arctic. This helps to form a cold clear. Non salty layer on the top of the sea and that fits like a kind of a cap on another layer underneath underneath which is almost thought flowing in from the Atlantic. Now normally this this host the temperature down the because there's less is coming down to the baron. See the system is breaking down and the warm Atlantic water is pushing up from underneath, and what that means is it's in what they call a feedback loop, which means the warmer. It gets the more the waters. Mix and the more the waters mix the more won't it gets. So it looks like now we're on an inexorable shift moving the north burns see from the Arctic regime where it's been as you said for twelve thousand years to to the Atlantic regime, which is a massive change. What are the implications of that? Roger not only for the species who inhabit the region bidded date for the rest of us. Well, I mean, the truth is we can't really be sure. So there are a lot of creatures which rely on the extremely cold temperatures of the water here. They may die out. They may be forced to move further north if they do they will be replaced by other creatures. How will this affect fisheries? Will it be better or worse? We simply don't know how it affects people. Well, if you're in a boat fishing boat, you'll be able to sail through the entirety of the Barents Sea all year round because there will never be see ice. And there may be a possible. Implication for all of us in some scientists think and there's isn't agreement about this. Sometimes just think that the changes in the Arctic or get into really substantially affect global weather patterns. This is another one of those things in what MRs all that time ago called out. Great experiment with the planet, and the experiment is going on. Is it an irreversible trend? Well, scientists who have done the research say it is an irreversible trend unless there is a kind of almost magical turnaround in our attitude to greenhouse gases and our production often. And they think that is so unlikely that the trend is almost certainly irreversible. If you ask them, what is it going to happen? They're not sure because they say previously. If you look at the paleo record, you know back into for history things happen very rapidly. They think maybe in as little as a decade Roger many, thanks that bizarre environment analyst, Roger harrabin, speaking from Trump's in northern. No way. Kurdish fighters.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He has since made it clear the troops will stay in Iraq. We have been told that the remote US outposts near the border will now take on emotion more important role in the fight against. Yes. I don't think it's helpful to try to put a time line to this fight Lifton incontinent Kent poke is leading coalition operations in the border areas. What's important is that not only do we defeat ISIS? But then also help the Iraqi security forces to be able to prevent the reemergence. And white questions remain about America's way their role in the Middle East. It's clear what their alloys think about the plan. Major General Mohammadi from that. Your key army is working closely with the Americans. Defy the dash the news of US forces pulling out of Syria has already emboldened ISIS militants still who could a firm grip on the east of the Euphrates river. It's narrator is largest twenty to twenty five kilometers. An in reality. Their continued existence is a serious threat to the region of one of the key forces fighting in Iraq or Iran backed paramilitary groups despite being part of the Iraqi government's security forces and sharing a common enemy. They have always opposed. The US presence in the region alley Mawson is one of their commanders. Michelle. Fisher shop, but also especially the US has been defeated in Syria and the Middle East the presence of U S forces in Iraq is not acceptable anymore. It's time for them to leave five diplomatic measures. But if they refuse to leave we'll force them out just like we did in the past Martha legit homes, look on that report was by the BBC's convert foreman edgy to go on trial today in the German capital. Berlin, accused of stealing a giant solid. Gold coin worth almost four million dollars from a city museum. One of the defendant says set of help to facilitate the theft by working as a security guard at the bottom museum bet in correspondent, Johnny hill. Reports it was an audacious heist carried out in the dead of night just down the road from Anglia Michael's apartment in the center of Berlin. Prosecutors believed the men used a ladder to get into the boat a museum where they evaded burger at arms and smashed through bulletproof glass to take that price. A giant twenty four karat gold coin made in Canada and known as the big maple leaf the coin which weighs one hundred kilograms was engraved with the image of the Queen. No, Royal getaway carriage for the thieves. However detectives believe they used a wheelbarrow to whisk the coin off into the night. The big maple leaf has never been recovered. What was for a time officially recognized as the largest coin in the world is thought to have been cut into pieces melted down and sold now is Jenny hill. A pet food manufacturer says it's created a dog food that's made up of forty percent insects. The firm says the product is nutritionally balanced and helps to avoid the environmental consequences of eating pets. Meet our environment analyst, Roger harrabin reports. It's estimated that pets can seem around twenty percent of the world's meet that's led some owners to worry about the impact of their dog on the planet as meat production is a major source of greenhouse gases. League and dog foods are on sale but environmentalists donors wanting to treat that pet animal protein can now turn to a Dutch product called Yura the grubs of black soldier flies make up forty percent of it. Insects do use a fraction of the water and land of cattle. So this looks and environmental Boone that it's not quite so simple. Normal dog food is mostly awful. So dogs are typically eating meat that humans have rejected to really make an environmental difference owners would need to join their dogs in cutting down on the meat, Roger harrabin, and fairness Haywood some other stories from our news desk. An unseasonal quantity of snow in much of central and eastern Europe has killed at least fourteen people in many parts of Austria, the risk of avalanches is now at the highest level. As Bethany bell reports. The latest victim of a snow slide was a sixteen year old boy who was skiing and sent I'm Tom. I'm back with his family when he was buried in the snow many ski resorts have had to be closed because of the heavy falls of snow including car in the each Tyler Alps. A number of roads have also been blocked by falling trees. The authorities are struggling to keep the rates clear. The snow keeps on falling school textbooks in Brazil will no longer need to highlight the country's ethnic diversity under new rules published by the education ministry, the requirement to show positive images of women is also being dropped the changes mean that even though more than half of Brazil's population is black or mixed race a scuba. Showing only quite meals who'd be deemed acceptable for classrooms. Dozens of seals have become stranded in a Canadian tone blocking traffic and the entrances to homes and businesses to of the animals and Roddick's bide arm. Newfoundland died after being struck by a car their concerns. Others will starve to death. It's against Canadian law to interfere with marine mammals such as seals. Thanks. Scientists say the discovery of tiny fragments of blue paint on the teeth of an ancient German. None shed new light on the role of female artists in the middle ages. The pigment known as lapis lazuli was used for illustrating the most valuable religious texts as correspondent Matt McGraw explains. The chance fight made me there were more female illustrators. And I thought the weird habit of licking the end of a paintbrush has revealed new evidence about the life of German religious artist more than nine hundred years after her death. Scientists found tiny blue paint flecks accumulated in a plaque that had fossilized on the teeth of the mid. Aged woman from the twelfth century. They believed the particles of the rare lapis lazuli pigment are likely to have collected as she touched the end of her brush with our tongue originating in Afghanistan. Lapis lazuli was highly prized in Europe where it was used to make ultra marine Avila. Blue color, so expensive that Michelangelo couldn't afford to use it. Researchers believe the woman came in contact with the pigment because she was a highly skilled artist involved in the illustration of sacred texts they believe that they're studying indicates that many more women may have been involved in aluminum books than previously thought see author. Dr Christina Warner says the study sheds new light on Italian place, the has essentially disappeared nothing survives except the foundation of building. There's no art. There's no books kind of the site that had been forgotten and written on history and three this work. We put it back on the map, and we discovered another place where women were engaged in artistic production. We have. I've no idea about the scientists that their technique will help them find other medieval female artists who were essentially rendered invisible. From a history written mainly by men that was about McGraw. That's almost it for the newsroom, but before we go his main headline again, and it is that Felix. She's a Acadia has been declared the provisional winner of the presidential election in the Democratic Republic of Congo. But his main rival says the vote was rigged. Thanks good. Bye. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US is made possible by American public media producer and.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Only need tiny quantities to provide a lethal dose anyway is there a tool do you think an upside to this at least in terms of the level of knowledge that has been gained over the last four months albeit not to minimize the personal distress that has been caused to those who've been caught up in it that's really i think the new couple who have been affected couldn't be being treated in a better place than souls redistrict hospital the doctors there have more expertise than anybody in the world now in treating people who are poisoned by these agents so the doctors in source bray know what they're doing and the outcome i think for the couple now in hospital the care and expertise that will be being provided for them will be absolutely spot on and directed specifically to ensure the survival professor alastair hey the international union for the conservation of nature has published an updated red list an exhaustive survey of animals and plants believed to be in danger of extinction the publication includes an obscure toed a flying fox and a distant relative of the guinea pig found in jamaica i asked out science reporter helen briggs which endangered animals on the list her could hurry ghanem's toad is an fibrin that has made it to this list and as you might think is named after the lord of the rings character golan the scientists who discovered it think it has something in common with ghanem semiaquatic it's got large is it's long thin limbs and long fingers but they're trying to highlight his plight because this particular toad is found only on one mountainside in malaysia in streams and it happens to be an area where there's a lot of development a lot of tourism so by highlighting the plight of this creature they hope that it can be saved there is some good news but overall picture of animals and plants being affected by climate change habitat loss and invasive species are of headlines coming out of australia australia's reptiles threatened by invasive species to put it crudely why should we care if reptiles threatened well the part of the eco system that part of the web of life so they eat things other things eat them so we need all of these creatures and it is the ones the big four remember was that tend to get the attention tends to get the publicity so quite a lot of things on this list that a very obscure you might not have heard or the reptiles the fibia nhs they're all important and one of the big threats to these reptiles is actually species that humans introduce dogs cats that kind of thing that go out into the world and kill an awful lot of these things so the red list is out the wounding is public is going to do anything do you think to save all these plants these creatures well scientists behind this say this is the first step if you like we still haven't explored the entire world we still don't know exactly how many plants and animals we have by actually going out there cataloging them finding how many we've got which ones at particular risk then highlighting their plight that means that this some official information out there that people can use governments can use to try and protect these plants and animals try and draw up priority of of what needs to be saved helen breaks still to come in this podcast djibouti opens the first phase of what's being described as africa's biggest free trade zone we believe we got the test to speed up the development and transformation of our countries what should happen to an already out in the ocean that exists productive life remove it from the seabed of course well that's the conventional wisdom but a new study suggests that that could be benefits if old oil rigs a left where they are roger harrabin is our environment analyst the people who took part in the survey or a group of experts in marine biology across government and consultancies and academia and they will ask the question whether they thought the rules were appropriate for governing the environment of the north sea now those rules were laid down in the late nineteen ninety s after massive row over shell's plans shell oil's plans to sink an oil bunker called brent spar it wanted to sing it at the bottom of the sea shell was taken on by greenpeace and greenpeace said look are not allowed to dump my car in the sea why should a multi million dollar company be allowed.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on No Agenda

"To the skies over norway do they report in this one the battery power plane that just crashed and killed its two occupants no oh gee part of the nation's bid to tackle climate change in pollution our environment analyst roger harrabin as being too no way to find out more flying the worst thing to do for the climate older co two emissions he's in new away the pollution free plane powered by batteries getting into this thing feet go she's telling me but bigger electric planes coming as technology improves that quiet wouldn't have exist newly aims to have only shorthaul flights battery powered by twenty four thirty always vote sagoes electric to politics the battle against climate change this battery powered doty's foster the normal ferry with two big adonia know no no no noise basham is a hidden below decks in future all know ways ferries will look like this new ways subsidizing electric cars keeper to buy to run onto maintain and it's good for environment conventional cow's will be sold in the country after twenty twentyfive that's wasting to the twenty eight proposed by countries like france and the uk wages environmental saints then in winter they fly long for the sun and the rich from oil and gas the lead new away setting on electric transport he's creating real bust bbc news i don't know if it was really that interesting and they're they're things better to watch it a couple of things woman she just to let you cushions they're cheaper to buy to run into maintain but just the sentence couple cents before that said that there were subsidized by the government by them for free the whole thing is a scam okay well this'll but this is this is interesting this is the drinking and cancer clip and then i'm done tonight about alcohol and cancer new study shows that the risk of.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In a hangar at oslo f they are preparing for the launch of the latest gadget a norway's attempt to electrify its entire transport system it is an electric plane battery powered and it is absolutely tiny i'm going to sit here in if i can the door is at the height of my growing the top of the door case around them into the my neck okay i'm photo myself in this is a feat of human origami being conducted can't that's funny okay feel like i'm sitting in a fairground ride but i'm not i'm sitting in one of the more advanced aircraft in the world and that is the only sound from the play sounds like a giant fan was it easier giant fan and no smitty exist nobody wants all its shorto flies battery powered by twenty four thirty two planes inventor tina thomas is here he's not realistic that's i think there's shorthaul is perceived as distances between two and three hundred kilometers it is we have a great opportunity to scale up the technology we have already now how most dream machines that could take you from anywhere to anywhere quietly so perhaps unnoticed at the press of a baton a new generation of flying machines but it's not just the planes going electric i'm at doll in western away on the south side of the field wooded hills rise up behind me an in front of me is she a cliff on standing on a ferry that's missing one key characteristic it has no fun the ferry is battery powered reruns being lifted coming up the steps now it just points this these uncannily it's waiting it's not like a boat at all in fact now we're inside i taught him meet with the main thing my name is in unison and i'm the captain abilities but the report on thursday a couple of months ago i was doing some overtime work on one of our old offers which is powered by diesel attention and i was there for a week and when i came back here and i was doing the first trip from open orland set them to chair on the rich and i looked around thought i must have forgotten to start something because it was so quite forgotten how quiet it really release our environment analyst roger harrabin the archbishop of canterbury's effort to unites the global anglican communion has been undermined gathering of evangelical church members this week's gaffe cone conference in jerusalem heard from the arch bishop of uganda stanley end to galley who said his church could no longer continue in fellowship with those who've embraced same sex marriage i asked our religion editor martin bashir whether this schism was likely to threaten the unity of the anglican church worldwide i think it is the global anglican future conference gaffe cone is balking its tenth anniversary this week with this major conference in jerusalem and it was during one of the main sessions that stanley into golly the bishop of uganda decided to date the conference away his church stood on engaging with other churches that he said have chosen to walk away from scripture i embrace same sex relationships an entirely unprompted he made this announcement as hosts of bishops resolved because things have not changed we are not attending lambeth twenty twenty also resolve that unless good order is restored in the anglican communion which are not attend other meetings invited by contemporary so most another signs of other churches following uganda's lead there are in his presidential address together cone the archbishop of nigeria nncholas oca when even further than his ugandan counterpart delivering a sermon that chastise the arch bishop of canterbury and other church members for being unfaithful to scripture and i should add the potential for schism here is not simply about doctrine it's also about demographics the church of england remains the mother church of the anglican communion and yet it continues to be in decline attendance is down fourteen percent over the last decade with around eight hundred thousand people attending church of.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In a hangar at oslo f they are preparing for the launch of the latest gadget a norway's attempt to electrify its entire transport system it is an electric plane battery powered and it is absolutely tiny i'm going to sit here in if i can the door is at the height of my growing the top of the door case around them into the my neck okay i'm photo myself in this is a feat of human origami being conducted can't that's funny okay feel like i'm sitting in a fairground ride but i'm not i'm sitting in one of the more advanced aircraft in the world and that is the only sound from the play sounds like a giant fan was it easier giant fan and no smitty exist nobody wants all its shorto flies battery powered by twenty four thirty two planes inventor tina thomas is here he's not realistic that's i think there's shorthaul is perceived as distances between two and three hundred kilometers it is we have a great opportunity to scale up the technology we have already now how most dream machines that could take you from anywhere to anywhere quietly so perhaps unnoticed at the press of a baton a new generation of flying machines but it's not just the planes going electric i'm at doll in western away on the south side of the field wooded hills rise up behind me an in front of me is she a cliff on standing on a ferry that's missing one key characteristic it has no fun the ferry is battery powered reruns being lifted coming up the steps now it just points this these uncannily it's waiting it's not like a boat at all in fact now we're inside i taught him meet with the main thing my name is in unison and i'm the captain abilities but the report on thursday a couple of months ago i was doing some overtime work on one of our old offers which is powered by diesel attention and i was there for a week and when i came back here and i was doing the first trip from open orland set them to chair on the rich and i looked around thought i must have forgotten to start something because it was so quite forgotten how quiet it really release our environment analyst roger harrabin the archbishop of canterbury's effort to unites the global anglican communion has been undermined gathering of evangelical church members this week's gaffe cone conference in jerusalem heard from the arch bishop of uganda stanley end to galley who said his church could no longer continue in fellowship with those who've embraced same sex marriage i asked our religion editor martin bashir whether this schism was likely to threaten the unity of the anglican church worldwide i think it is the global anglican future conference gaffe cone is balking its tenth anniversary this week with this major conference in jerusalem and it was during one of the main sessions that stanley into golly the bishop of uganda decided to date the conference away his church stood on engaging with other churches that he said have chosen to walk away from scripture i embrace same sex relationships an entirely unprompted he made this announcement as hosts of bishops resolved because things have not changed we are not attending lambeth twenty twenty also resolve that unless good order is restored in the anglican communion which are not attend other meetings invited by contemporary so most another signs of other churches following uganda's lead there are in his presidential address together cone the archbishop of nigeria nncholas oca when even further than his ugandan counterpart delivering a sermon that chastise the arch bishop of canterbury and other church members for being unfaithful to scripture and i should add the potential for schism here is not simply about doctrine it's also about demographics the church of england remains the mother church of the anglican communion and yet it continues to be in decline attendance is down fourteen percent over the last decade with around eight hundred thousand people attending church of.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Establishment of a new average no representative body as well that was nationally hunt chins the minister for aboriginal affairs in the victorian state government the united states embassy in beijing has issued a new health alert warning of mysterious symptoms following high frequency noises a group of government employees based in southern china has already been sent home for further testing however the new alert covers the whole country china correspondent steve mcdonnell reports from beijing state's government says it's now ring screening for staff paced anywhere in china following fees that mysterious symptoms could be the result of targeted attacks and expanded load wounds of unexplained auditory or sensory phenomena producing headaches memory loss visual or hearing problems last month the us medical team was sent to the guangzhou concert after an employee was identified with brain trauma following strange sounds similar injuries were previously reported by dozens of us officials and family members in cuba washington hasn't said who much to blame for this and theories range from the use of sonic weapons to high frequency eavesdropping equipment unintentionally harming people that was steve mcdonnell in beijing researches have found tiny pieces of plastic and other debris in all the samples of muscles they collected from uk sea waters and bought from supermarkets they say more work is needed to understand the possible implications of digesting the small amounts of micro plastic his our environment analyst roger harrabin we're breathing micro plastic dust from car tires would drinking it in our water so it's no surprise to see another report confirming that we're also eating our own waste this study from the university of hull and brunell university showed consumption of microplastics by people eating seafood in the uk was likely to be common and widespread as muscles feed by filtering seawater they ingest human debris many of the fragments of micro plastic and natural fibers released by washing clothes the journal environmental pollution reports that every hundred grams of muscles contained an estimated seventy bits of debris the researchers say it may well be homeless but they do need more tests to be sure that was road to hire been more details are emerging about a south korean tourist who survived six days in the australian wilderness twohey hon who's.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Establishment of a new average no representative body as well that was nationally hunt chins the minister for aboriginal affairs in the victorian state government the united states embassy in beijing has issued a new health alert warning of mysterious symptoms following high frequency noises a group of government employees based in southern china has already been sent home for further testing however the new alert covers the whole country china correspondent steve mcdonnell reports from beijing state's government says it's now ring screening for staff paced anywhere in china following fees that mysterious symptoms could be the result of targeted attacks and expanded load wounds of unexplained auditory or sensory phenomena producing headaches memory loss visual or hearing problems last month the us medical team was sent to the guangzhou concert after an employee was identified with brain trauma following strange sounds similar injuries were previously reported by dozens of us officials and family members in cuba washington hasn't said who much to blame for this and theories range from the use of sonic weapons to high frequency eavesdropping equipment unintentionally harming people that was steve mcdonnell in beijing researches have found tiny pieces of plastic and other debris in all the samples of muscles they collected from uk sea waters and bought from supermarkets they say more work is needed to understand the possible implications of digesting the small amounts of micro plastic his our environment analyst roger harrabin we're breathing micro plastic dust from car tires would drinking it in our water so it's no surprise to see another report confirming that we're also eating our own waste this study from the university of hull and brunell university showed consumption of microplastics by people eating seafood in the uk was likely to be common and widespread as muscles feed by filtering seawater they ingest human debris many of the fragments of micro plastic and natural fibers released by washing clothes the journal environmental pollution reports that every hundred grams of muscles contained an estimated seventy bits of debris the researchers say it may well be homeless but they do need more tests to be sure that was road to hire been more details are emerging about a south korean tourist who survived six days in the australian wilderness twohey hon who's.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The gun laws here strata are credited with preventing another mass shooting last year another firearms amnesty this time without the financial incentive of the buy back but would the same approach work in the united states not to go into professor philip outbursts from university of sydney america doesn't have a chance of info saying this let's vice at what our prime minister did was conscious gatien of private property under threat of going to jail now that's not the american way and besides look at the scope of what they'd have to do a stray leah destroyed saint to the smelter thirty percent of its privately i'm around to do that in the united states you'd have to destroy nineteen million guns philip alpers and in that report by how griffith in australia the amount of plastic in the ocean is set to triple within a decade and there's action is taken a british government reporters would the foresight future of the study highlights the threat of rising sea levels and warming ocean nhs but they also report that there are opportunities to cash in on the ocean economy that could be worth three trillion dollars by twenty thirty his our environment analyst roger harrabin the world's waking up to the minute's if plastic in the oceans the report says the best solution is to stop it getting to the sea in the first place in the longer term better biodegradable plastics could help but how did things get so bad the report's authors say it's a question of out of sight out of mind only note point north five percent of the open ocean is properly explode they say that must change and his why the seas are industrializing fast the report predicts a doubling of economic activity in the ocean with off show wind leading the way deep sea mining is also set to boom the report's authors warned that lows to protect the open ocean are at risk of lagging behind firms wanting to exploit it.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"It's i can't it's hard to see sometime like i get why you're anxious in this moment you get used to your exotic absolutely but i'm talking about when i'm laying in my bed at home minding my business and i'm like what the fuck yo and what what is it that makes you anxious what is the kinda shit i got so many goddamn irrational fifth i'm still waiting on the ufo come knocking on my door any motherfucking why think about ice coming to knock on the door and they got the wrong house i think about anything i read about anything i read about sweat of the cleaner lady hey man listen i from psychological hypochondria if i read it swear it's going to have to meal if i remember i remember when pim see died and i drink red bull during the day yeah and the whole day i'm like damn pepsi died they were saying that might have been heart failure so like the whole day i'm like if i have a heart attack mahaffey crazy out about to get on a flight in the morning six o'clock i'm looking at the time it's like eleven o'clock at night i'm like i can't go to hospital twelve o'clock after time fucking all the fucking all the like then roger harrabin like beaten fabric normally like did you do anything abnormal them like what did you drink energy drink i'm like all shit did drink red bull today a big ass red board like i'll get the fuck out of here but that's what i do i see something on catastrophic thinking.

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"roger harrabin" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"roger harrabin" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"It's i can't it's hard to see sometime like i get why you're anxious in this moment you get used to your exotic absolutely but i'm talking about when i'm laying in my bed at home minding my business and i'm like what the fuck yo and what what is it that makes you anxious what is the kinda shit i got so many goddamn irrational fifth i'm still waiting on the ufo come knocking on my door any motherfucking why think about ice coming to knock on the door and they got the wrong house i think about anything i read about anything i read about sweat of the cleaner lady hey man listen i from psychological hypochondria if i read it swear it's going to have to meal if i remember i remember when pim see died and i drink red bull during the day yeah and the whole day i'm like damn pepsi died they were saying that might have been heart failure so like the whole day i'm like if i have a heart attack mahaffey crazy out about to get on a flight in the morning six o'clock i'm looking at the time it's like eleven o'clock at night i'm like i can't go to hospital twelve o'clock after time fucking all the fucking all the like then roger harrabin like beaten fabric normally like did you do anything abnormal them like what did you drink energy drink i'm like all shit did drink red bull today a big ass red board like i'll get the fuck out of here but that's what i do i see something on catastrophic thinking.

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