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Fresh update on "sahara" discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

00:58 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sahara" discussed on Little News Ears

"Care more about the world beyond the U. S.. A.. Today's date is July, first twenty twenty. Our first kit line is the king of Belgium says he is sorry about what Belgium did a long time ago to people in Africa Belgium used to control the Belgian Congo which is now Rwanda and really are second get line is. will be extinct in New South Wales by twenty fifty unless people try harder to stop f our third kit line is. Because of covid nineteen, some Christians in Kenya who can't go to church are singing from apartment complexes. Our fourth kit line is. A fairy has crashed in Bangladesh are v Kent. Line is Saharan. Dust Storm swept over the Caribbean the Sahara is the big desert in Africa thousands of miles away. And our question of the day is. What. Animal may become extinct in New South Wales Australia by twenty fifty. Is it a Koalas Be. Frogs, or sea monkeys. And the answer is a coup. Wallace may become extinct in New South Wales Australia by twenty fifty..

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End of 'Green Sahara' May Have Spurred a Megadrought in Southeast Asia

60-Second Science

02:19 min | Last month

End of 'Green Sahara' May Have Spurred a Megadrought in Southeast Asia

"Thousand years ago the Sahara had extensive grasslands and was dotted with lakes and trees but some five thousand years ago that Green Sahara dried up to become the enormous desert. We know today and scientists. Now think that this climate shift had effects far away including causing a mega drought in South East, Asia Kathleen are Johnson a Paleo climatologist and geochemists at the University of California Irvine says the key to that discovery were Stalagmites collected in cave in northern Laos. So like my I really amazing archives of past climate variability people are often more familiar with things like tree rings, ice cores, or maybe ocean sediment cores while select nights work in a similar way in that, they are deposited over time Johnson's team analyzed trace elements and carbon and oxygen isotopes in the hardened caved drippings that information enables researchers to determine rainfall patterns over the Millennia and. Johnson and her colleagues discovered signs of a thousand year long drought in Laos which began around the same time. The Sahara dried up about five thousand years ago as for why the two events might be connected the researchers simulated the drying out of the Sahara using climate models and included a couple things we know happened including the subsequent disappearance of vegetation and a connected increase in airborne dust, and they found that those variables. Would have been capable of cooling down the Indian Ocean and so the Cooler Ocean temperatures basically led to less moisture being being brought by monsoon circulation during the summertime when that region gets most of its rainfall, the details are in the journal Nature Communications One of Johnson's co-authors is joyce white a consulting scholar at the Penn Museum. She studies the Human History of Southeast Asia and her reaction when she first heard about the drought. On my God that's the missing millennia the missing millennia because she says, archaeological data are scant in that part. Of Southeast. Asia from four to six thousand years ago white says it's a critical period in which hunter-gatherers gave way to farmers, and there are a lot of debates about how the two periods related to each other. But we lacked the evidence in the area. I'm most interested in which is the maycom valley. White says this study doesn't answer that question directly, but the mega drought is a tantalizing clue for archaeologists has they continue to investigate those missing millennia.

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She Launched a Course, Here Are Her Questions

The Goal Digger Podcast

04:30 min | 2 months ago

She Launched a Course, Here Are Her Questions

"Sahara welcome to the show. We've been messaging in DMZ and staying connected throughout everything. You've got going on in your life but I am so excited to have this conversation with you today. Thank you so much for having me I am so excited to be here. Honestly this is ABC. News so much fun so before we dive on into the Nitty Gritty questions that you've created. Let's hear a little bit about you. Tell me about you your journey and entrepreneurship what you've been up to your recent success. Yes, sure so I started business actually with my wellness blog and it was called, or it is called, earth, and spoon and I started it a few years back about four years ago, and I started in the middle, and the thick of having my children, so I had just had my three kids. I started the blog and then I accidentally while accidentally, but unintentionally got pregnant with my. and. He has just been such a wild journey I started my one this blog because it was my lowest hanging fruit at the time, and I had results with my health and I just had that issue because I decided to be a stay at home, mom, as soon as I have the kids and I just wanted to kind of find myself again by using my brain and doing something other than changing nappies. You know and I love being a mom, but I just needed that. Stimulation and so I started it and. I found out in the process of doing it. That was more in love with the business and marketing side and. So I then began to pivot and my journey and I started doing that through pinterest. Because when I had my blog, I was struggling with traffic. You know you put in so much work into content creation only have like ten people. You know region blog post an like this. Mom. Come on. This can't be life so I, did a lot of research and tested out Pinterest, and within three months might traffic increased by over three hundred percent, and now I have millions of views on the platform, and so it's been incredible, and I'm really passionate about helping other MOMS who wanna get into business because spoken to so many who feel like having a fulltime job after having children doesn't serve where they're ad in life, and they're exploring how to have online business, and so I feel like they're my people and I want to teach all of them. If I can how to make online business work because I love it I think it's amazing. It's amazing to have that freedom. I agree so much so walk me through kind of the past few months. Because I've been able to watch everything that you're doing so share a little bit about what you've been up to. Yes Oh three months ago I joined the KGB course which is the knowledge business blueprint, and what happened was I started and Jessica was our coach. We had you coaching for six weeks in there was about a thousand of US doing the course and I was just lapping it all up and the moment the doors open. Actually that's when the lockdown happen suddenly. I was trying to run my blog. I was trying to homeschool my kids and try to do this course all at the same time, so it was an incredibly crazy season, but I loved I lapped up all that information, and that's when I did my pivot I realize. Oh, my Gosh! I have this tool that pinterest and I need to teach. Other MOM preneurs how to use it and so I put together my course Pinta, prophet blueprint while I was doing the chorus then I took your advice. Jenna, because you said to make sure to implement while you're learning rather than wait till finish learning, and that's how I'm wired like I like to put things in need boxes. And you know to take things off and so when you were like you need to implement as you're learning. Start Coaching people right now. It kind of messed with my head in the best way. Possible sells like okay. I'm GONNA do this. And it was great because I realize after doing it, it was that accountability pressure that I needed to actually get it done because I've been talking about having an online course for three years, and then within six weeks of doing the course I had done and dusted

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She Launched a Course, Here Are Her Questions

The Goal Digger Podcast

04:30 min | 2 months ago

She Launched a Course, Here Are Her Questions

"Sahara welcome to the show. We've been messaging in DMZ and staying connected throughout everything. You've got going on in your life but I am so excited to have this conversation with you today. Thank you so much for having me I am so excited to be here. Honestly this is ABC. News so much fun so before we dive on into the Nitty Gritty questions that you've created. Let's hear a little bit about you. Tell me about you your journey and entrepreneurship what you've been up to your recent success. Yes, sure so I started business actually with my wellness blog and it was called, or it is called, earth, and spoon and I started it a few years back about four years ago, and I started in the middle, and the thick of having my children, so I had just had my three kids. I started the blog and then I accidentally while accidentally, but unintentionally got pregnant with my. and. He has just been such a wild journey I started my one this blog because it was my lowest hanging fruit at the time, and I had results with my health and I just had that issue because I decided to be a stay at home, mom, as soon as I have the kids and I just wanted to kind of find myself again by using my brain and doing something other than changing nappies. You know and I love being a mom, but I just needed that. Stimulation and so I started it and. I found out in the process of doing it. That was more in love with the business and marketing side and. So I then began to pivot and my journey and I started doing that through pinterest. Because when I had my blog, I was struggling with traffic. You know you put in so much work into content creation only have like ten people. You know region blog post an like this. Mom. Come on. This can't be life so I, did a lot of research and tested out Pinterest, and within three months might traffic increased by over three hundred percent, and now I have millions of views on the platform, and so it's been incredible, and I'm really passionate about helping other MOMS who wanna get into business because spoken to so many who feel like having a fulltime job after having children doesn't serve where they're ad in life, and they're exploring how to have online business, and so I feel like they're my people and I want to teach all of them. If I can how to make online business work because I love it I think it's amazing. It's amazing to have that freedom. I agree so much so walk me through kind of the past few months. Because I've been able to watch everything that you're doing so share a little bit about what you've been up to. Yes Oh three months ago I joined the KGB course which is the knowledge business blueprint, and what happened was I started and Jessica was our coach. We had you coaching for six weeks in there was about a thousand of US doing the course and I was just lapping it all up and the moment the doors open. Actually that's when the lockdown happen suddenly. I was trying to run my blog. I was trying to homeschool my kids and try to do this course all at the same time, so it was an incredibly crazy season, but I loved I lapped up all that information, and that's when I did my pivot I realize. Oh, my Gosh! I have this tool that pinterest and I need to teach. Other MOM preneurs how to use it and so I put together my course Pinta, prophet blueprint while I was doing the chorus then I took your advice. Jenna, because you said to make sure to implement while you're learning rather than wait till finish learning, and that's how I'm wired like I like to put things in need boxes. And you know to take things off and so when you were like you need to implement as you're learning. Start Coaching people right now. It kind of messed with my head in the best way. Possible sells like okay. I'm GONNA do this. And it was great because I realize after doing it, it was that accountability pressure that I needed to actually get it done because I've been talking about having an online course for three years, and then within six weeks of doing the course I had done and dusted

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The City of Carthage

5 Minutes in Church History

04:14 min | 2 months ago

The City of Carthage

"Welcome back to another episode. Five minutes in Church history on this episode. We're going to a place to a very famous city in the ancient world. The city of Carthage Carthage was first settled by the Phoenicians. This of course was a crucial city right as were on the Mediterranean Sea. Carthage came to be known as the master of the Mediterranean. Sea Trade after the Phoenicians was part of the PUNIC. PUNIC empire, and then under Caesar Augustus who reigned from fourteen BC to twenty seven ad. Of course, this is the Caesar Augustus of the Gospel Narratives in the birth of Christ under Caesar Augustus Rome to control of Carthage and it became a great Roman city. It was second only to Rome and the Roman Empire Rivaling Alexandria from time to time for that position, but most give it to Carthage. At any given time in these centuries, the population of Carthage would be two hundred fifty thousand people that had all the telltale signs of a Roman city. There were theaters in the republic buildings. There were the extensive baths. There were aqueducts for. Water across the city, and even into the fields for farming, there was an extensive Roman road system. Soldiers were kept. There was a very busy port city and a very prosperous city. It also has quite a role in church history. It was the home of Talionis. Of course. Is that great church father from one sixty to two twenty as the one who gave us the word Trinity, and brought together all that biblical teaching of who got is in his Trinitaria and being, and so we have the word trinity coined at Carthage and two Oh. Three Carthage was the site of the martyrdom of perpetual and Felisa toss those very brave young women, and the wonderful story of their martyrdom in their courage in their stand for Christ. Well, it was at Carthage. and. The to fifty CIPRIAN was bishop of Carthage. This was on the heels of the decian persecution very intense persecution by the Roman emperor Shas. And after the persecution, and there was some relenting of it, folks were allowed back into the church created quite a controversy was known as the Donna test controversy that raged throughout the church from the fourth to sixth centuries and a key player in that controversy was CIPRIAN Bishop of Carthage. In three ninety seven. It was the site of the Third Council of Carthage. And the topic of discussion was the New Testament Canon and coming out of that council was an affirmation of the twenty seven books of the New Testament, so it played a role in the Canon controversies in development of the Early Church and in four sixteen, the Palais jeans were condemned at Carthage, so it played a role in the development of the doctrine of original sin. So what a fascinating city with rich history both in terms of the ancient world end in church history well as Rome was sacked by the barbarians in four ten carthage was sacked by the vandals and four, Twenty Nine Carthage became the capital of the vandal empire which spanned across that great north. Coast, and of course that North African coast had the Mediterranean Sea to the north, and the vast Sahara desert to the south. Is Long came on the scene, the six hundreds, and began to threaten from the East and Right at the end of the six hundred at the battle of Carthage Carthage fell to Islam. It was dominated by Islamic control. There was a brief time during the Crusades when Carthage was retaken, but only for a short time. It remained Muslim throughout the era of the reformation and right onto the present day. Carthage in the present day is a suburb of Tunis. Capital city of the North African nation of Tunisia. Tunisia's the first government North Africa to give protection for religious freedom. But the nation itself is still dominated by Islam and while there is a church. They're going way back to those early centuries. It is still a church that suffers persecution in our present day.

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How Does Stress Trigger Physiological Conditions?

Not Another Anxiety Show

06:17 min | 3 months ago

How Does Stress Trigger Physiological Conditions?

"Hey guys welcome to not another anxiety show I'm your host Kelly Walker and joining me today as my co-host Erica late them. My, Darling. Good sweating just existing. It went from the dead of winter in a like distortion. What was that show that I never watch game of thrones like the white walkers are coming to the Sahara chocolates too Humid Sahara. If the Amazon. My hair is huge right now I've got some curly hair, so my friend was like. Why is your hair so curly? Did you check the humidity? It's like a thousand percent. That's what. Science! Science it can become a thousand I am drinking the air so. In such rated we'll. However you tell me everything. All besides that, you know just. Just hitting up the Instagram, where I saw an interesting, a really great question. Right like we have a great question. We got a great questions, but this one was. And I will read it to you any second now, but this one was something that we both went. Okay okay, we can talk about this like it's even beyond. Anxiety bites because it's sort of getting back to the basics of song. Yes, so. and. I think there's like you know I WANNA make sure. We sort of answering a no read it in a second here but I wanNA. Make sure we sort of answer the question, but there's a little more to it underneath the surface that I, also WanNa touch on, which is why it's not just like a simple anxiety bites because it was like sort of an evocative question for us and I definitely thought it was worth probably something we've touched on here and there, but never like dedicated an entire episode to so Yeah I think it's. It's definitely worth taking some time. Okay Ready. I understand that things like heart palpitations may lead one to think that they have a heart condition, which is not actually present. I'd like you to do a segment about how stress can trigger actual physiological conditions. Love. This thing I mean you remember this coaching? air-cooled heart palpitations, but I was like yeah, okay, thanks a lot for the vice. Mine's real. And, it's no less real, but. Yes. Yep Yep and so I WanNa make sure I answer this listeners question about stress, and how it, how it impacts our bodies, so I'll take a second to sorta like dive into a biology lesson, which is my favorite thing. Ever sorry Erica bear with me. There's going to be I listen. I love. The biology I just don't understand sixty two percent of it. To Hey. That's passing right on. Oh. Yes, that's passing. That's a New York it is. That's passing. So yeah, I do WANNA speak to to how stress can trigger actual physiological conditions I don't want to share them here, but she she sort of shared a few things that have arisen for her as the result of anxiety so. It is it is well researched documented that chronic stress is one factor keyword one factor of so many others that can contribute to the development or exasperation of physiological conditions. Right stress makes chronic pain worse. It makes gastric issues worse. It makes cardiovascular issues worse. It makes it really exacerbates everything because. Stress touches every single one of our system, so I mean it really does make sense since chronically elevated stress, hormones like cortisol disrupt so many of our body's metabolic functions, but let's hear Mon. that's the one I can remember cortisol. I. Bet you know more than you, thank. For years later. Okay so! I wish it was as simple. This a little more nuanced I wish it was a simple saying. Anxiety and stress caused sickness right, but. We've sort of touched on this or mentioned it in a few previous episodes Dr Kelly mcgonagall. She's a psychologist from Stanford and go watch Ted Talk She's. She's very. He has a Tedtalk But to like basically some up her ted talk on and her and her research She's focused on how. Our understanding, of. Stress. And how it affects the body so. Finding was that when we change our relationship distress, or whatever are currently ship is, we can change how stress affects our body. More, specifically yet right like it always feels like an end. She says this in her Ted Talk. She's like you know I came into practices as a psychologist demonizing stress, eliminate stress managed stress, control, stress, right, but so many of us in the anxiety. Psycho are well. Of how trying to control stress or anxiety goes tension rises, anxiety rises. It's not very effective and Her major finding was that when we change our relationship to stress, right, we change how stress affects our body more specifically when we relate to stress as a natural response that exists to prepare, motivate and protect us than we don't suffer the same negative health outcomes is someone who relates to trust to stress as something to be entirely. Avoid it when we relate to stress as the former, a completely different physiological response occurs different ratio of stress hormones in addition to protective hormones are released mitigating the effects of stress on our body.

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Sahara dust cloud causes Code Orange Air Quality Alert for Metro Atlanta

Dr. Joe Esposito

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Sahara dust cloud causes Code Orange Air Quality Alert for Metro Atlanta

"Wearing a mask well it may come in handy as metro Atlanta's under code orange for air quality the same hair and dust cloud is moving over Georgia and the state department of public health says the same mask you're wearing to prevent the spread of Kobe nineteen could help protect you from the dust especially if you have a chronic lung condition while the dust plume moves our way every year it's extra dance this year can cause eye nose and throat irritation for anyone and may cause wheezing and people with allergies and asthma WSP center for

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Sahara dust cloud causes Code Orange Air Quality Alert for Sunday in Atlanta

Money Matters with Wes Moss

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Sahara dust cloud causes Code Orange Air Quality Alert for Sunday in Atlanta

"That code orange air quality alert in place now for Atlanta today due to that big dust cloud making its way here across the state tell to action news meteorologist Brad nets but it does lower the air air quality quality of of some some of of that that dust dust comes comes down down so so for for that that reason reason a a code code orange orange air air quality quality alerts alerts have have been been issued issued and and WSP WSP Jennifer Jennifer Perry Perry says says the the Georgia Georgia department department of of public public health health says says wear a mask a mask will not only help prevent the spread of covert nineteen but it can also protect you from dust from the Saharan dust cloud as it moves over Georgia they say it's especially important to take precautions if you have a chronic lung condition the serin dust makes its way across the Atlantic every year it's more dense this year than it's been in the last fifty or sixty years

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Massive Sahara Desert Dust Cloud Reaches America's South

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Massive Sahara Desert Dust Cloud Reaches America's South

"A dust cloud across the ocean from the Sahara desert is reach the southeastern United States meteorologist meteorologist Allison Chinchar has this has made quite a long journey to get here and it's also very dense and that's been the key thing dust coming off of this area desert into areas of the United States is not uncommon but this is been particularly dense which is why you have such very cloudy and obscured skies people with asthma or other breathing problems are being instructed to monitor their local air quality and possibly limit outdoor

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11 Trivia Questions on Hodge Podge

Trivia With Budds

04:41 min | 3 months ago

11 Trivia Questions on Hodge Podge

"Trivia questions just for you I use these at senior communities to close out my our trivia with them, so these might be a little bit easier for you. If you've been looking for an easier episode, this might be the one we're going to jump into those eleven questions right now here we go. All right guys Hodgepodge Trivia questions. Here's number one. What chocolate company says blank makes the very best number one. What chocolate company says blank makes the very best fill in the blank. Question number two. What to word French term means goodbye, and the spelling counts on this one. What to word French term means goodbye number two spelling counts. Number three also called a Dung beetle what was associated with the divine aspects of the early morning sun in, ancient Egypt number three also called the Dung Beetle was associated with the divine aspects of the early morning Sun in Ancient Egypt. And question number four. What two syllables Zodiac sign covers most of July number four. What two syllable Zodiac sign covers most of July? Question number five for the first time since nineteen eighteen. What East Coast team one baseball's world series in two thousand and four number five for the first time since nineteen eighteen. What East Coast team one baseball's world series in two thousand four. Question number six. What desert covers much of the African country of Mali number six. What desert covers much of the African country of Mali? Number seven what female Carolyn keene character has been solving crimes for more than eighty years number seven. What Female Carolyn keene character has been solving crimes for more than eighty years. Question Number Eight, according to the Constitution. What is the minimum age? You have to be to become a US president number eight, according to the constitution? What is the minimum age to become? President Number Eight. And question number nine. What's the second line of the nursery rhyme? Three blind mice number nine. What's the second line of the nursery rhyme? Three blind mice? Two questions go in this hodgepodge quiz number. Ten summer nights was a song from what John Travolta and Olivia Newton John Movie Number Ten summer nights. A song from what John Travolta and Olivia Newton John Movie and pretend. And you're bonus for two points. What mythological creature is the basis for the starbucks logo? Number eleven points what mythological creature is the basis for the starbucks logo? Those are all your hodgepodge questions, and we'll be right back in just a second with the Hodge podge answers. Our guys. We're back with hodgepodge answers. Let's see how you did number one. What chocolate company says blank makes the very best. That's Nestle Nestle makes the very best number two. What to word French term means goodbye and spelling counts. That's all reservoir, and it's a you space our. Our our our number two. Number three also called the Dung Beetle. What was associated with the divine aspects of the early morning Sun in ancient? Egypt that is a scarab number, three is scarab. You might find one of those in the mummy movies and number four. What two syllables Zodiac sign covers most of July. Has Cancer Cancer Number Four? Question number five for the first time since thousand nine hundred East Coast Team, one baseball's world series in two thousand four. The Boston Red Sox number five the red SOx And number six. What desert covers much of the African country of Mali the Sahara? Desert Sahara desert. Number seven? What Female Carolyn? keene character has been solving crimes for more than eighty years. That is the counterpart to the hardy boys. Nancy drew number seven. Nancy drew. And questionable eight, according to the constitution, what is the minimum age? You have to become president thirty five years old thirty-five? Question number nine. What's the second line of the nursery rhyme? Three blind mice? It's see how they run number. Nine three blind mice see how they run.

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Saharan dust cloud cloaks U.S. Gulf Coast in haze

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Saharan dust cloud cloaks U.S. Gulf Coast in haze

"If you're in the southeastern part of the country get ready for a dust cloud it was whipped up from the Sahara desert and is nearly four thousand miles long says CBS news meteorologist Jeff you're a deli this is not like a dust storm in the deep south west it's not quite as dense and it is more diffuse but it certainly can be seen as very hazy skies the thickest layer floats several thousand feet above the ground but some of that dust tends to settle down to the ground thus it can be harmful to people who have breathing

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Saharan Dust Cloud Arrives At The U.S. Gulf Coast, Bringing Haze

Environment: NPR

03:37 min | 3 months ago

Saharan Dust Cloud Arrives At The U.S. Gulf Coast, Bringing Haze

"It's a journey. That's a weeks and spend thousands of miles across an ocean floating on currents of air today, a massive cloud of dust from the Sahara desert arrives in the southeastern United States to walk us through this meteorological phenomenon. We are joined by Professor Marshall Shepherd. The Director of the atmospheric scientists program at the University of Georgia welcome. Thank you for having me okay now. I've seen the satellite images, but. But tell us what it's GonNa. Look like from the ground as this wave of dust from the Sahara arrives in the United States. You know we give these things every year and some are bigger than others. These are this year quite large and so I think that's why it's garnering much attention. Typically you lose the blue sky for more hazy Milky Sky. You tend to see more vivid sunsets and sunrises because. Because of the scattering properties of the dust and interacting with the sunlight, so those are sort of the optical effects, but I think people that suffer from allergy to dust or particular matter, they actually might not find it so amusing. They may have some health issues Why is it so much bigger this year than normal? I think one thing that happened this year are e.. Is that that dust in the? The Hell region in parts of Africa sat there, and just collected because the the wind system this African easterly jet meteorologist talk about it took a bit longer to kind of get itself going, and once it gets going, you can belch and Burp that dust out into the Atlantic, and that's what we're seeing now. Because there was somewhat of a delay, there was a lot more desk sitting there the build up. All right so pros you said good sunrises and sunsets, cons, people who have health problems might find that the respiratory problems are worse. What else is this dust system? GonNa do I mean on the whole is a good thing or a bad thing you know one of the things is an earth scientist. The Earth is so connected, and this is just another example so these dust storms they actually can fertilize the oceans in parts of Amazonia. They're carrying things that really help those ecosystems. Ecosystems but on the flip side of that there's been studies recently say they can actually carry pathogens as well so when you think about Mosquitos as a vector born disease carrier some argued that these dust storms can be vectors, they can carry pathogens another perhaps positive however is that the dust? If there were to be a hurricane forming out over the Atlantic hurricanes don't like the dust. If the dust gets into those forming systems, they can weaken those storms quite a bit. How much? Much bigger. Is this one than what we would see in a typical year? You know it's interesting. I saw a colleague tweet scale. They were using some data from NASA NASA Sir several satellites up monitoring air, quality and air constituents, and literally this event was off the chart. It wasn't even the same type of event. It was just so far off the plot scale, and so four people who study atmospheric science like you is a moment totally nerd out and like remember where you. You were when the Great Sahara Dust of two thousand twenty came across the Atlantic I th I think it is I I've seen some sort of very hyperbolic terms like the Godzillas dust storm. Those types of things I don't i. don't tend to like us such hyperbole when I talk about these things, but it is an anomaly event. My good friend and colleague Tom Gill at the University of Texas El. Paso is an expert on dust storms I know he's geeking out on this. I hosted a podcast call, weather, geeks or the weather channel, and we use the term geeking out. I'm certain it. Scientists like Tom. Gillard geeking out over this dust storm. Marshall Shepherd is the Director of the atmospheric scientists program at the University of and former president of the American meteorological. Society thanks for talking with us about this monster dust storm. Thank you for having me.

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Massive Sahara desert dust plume closing in on the United States

AM Tampa Bay

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Massive Sahara desert dust plume closing in on the United States

"A dust plume from Africa will affect weather here this week these plumes begin in the Sahara desert and blow all the way across the Atlantic Ocean we have really strong winds over there sometimes that pick up the dry air and topsoil of the desert and raise them about five thousand to twenty thousand feet in the atmosphere meteorologist Amanda Holley of news channel eight in Tampa says the winds that carry the plumes also serve to tear apart any storms that might try to develop in the Atlantic another benefit of the symptoms we should see more colorful sunrises and sunsets over the next few

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Sahara dust blankets Caribbean, air quality hazardous

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Sahara dust blankets Caribbean, air quality hazardous

"If they're in the carribean a massive extremely dry and dust filled air has moved in from the Sahara desert air quality importer Rico in other parts of the Caribbean is at hazardous levels according to the Associated Press experts say the size and concentration of the dust cloud is the worst in half a

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Billions could face temperatures inhospitable to life in the next 50 years, study finds

Steve Cochran

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Billions could face temperatures inhospitable to life in the next 50 years, study finds

"A new study shows climate change could cause more than three billion people to live in temperatures in hospitable to human life by twenty seventy published by the National Academy of sciences it finds that most humans have lived in places with average annual temperatures between fifty one and fifty nine degrees Fahrenheit in the next fifty years a third of the global population could live think I met averaging between eighty four and eighty six degrees rarely seen outside of the Sahara desert those temperatures it could nearly cover twenty percent of the planet by twenty

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Climate change: More than 3bn could live in extreme heat by 2070

BBC World Service

02:44 min | 5 months ago

Climate change: More than 3bn could live in extreme heat by 2070

"Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences notes an article in which it claims a billion people will be displaced or forced to enjoy insufferable heat this week now to one of the authors of the report Tim Lenton from Exeter university here in the U. K. welcome to the program this report focuses on the effects climate change will have in fifty years on human habitat so give us an idea how things might change well the world itself will be about three degrees centigrade it will not on average the places where people living on a well not more than that and also with the projected population grows mostly in already help places we expect the average person on the planet will be living in about seven degrees warmer temperatures now and what this does is it means that temperatures that hardly anybody sees today like about twenty nine degrees centigrade annual average temperature what we see in a few spots of the Sahara one city on the Gulf they become the kind of conditions that up to three billion or so people could be living in if we don't limit climate change I would talking about large parts of India was held last year your parts of northern Australia is is this I mean it's it's a temperature the people live in now but is it sustainable well that's the crucial question because people are incorrect incredibly at that school in the sense that we live in some of those almost anywhere but when conditions get fairly extreme a population density tends to be pretty low on the edges of the Sahara or even nothing near the ice sheets holes but what we're seeing in these projections is very large numbers of people on high density is projected to be in conditions which ready to die and so frankly that all six thousand yes as far as we can tell from data alone he supported very the population densities so people might be on to a top where they all but it would be not to have to answer that many of them like to use to try to move away if they can okay I think we we have a sweet spot don't wait for temperatures for human habitation for health and for food production system what is that what we found in our analysis the the he could have some human population density is centered on about thirteen degrees centigrade in the annual average temperature that's not just true for population density is true for our crops and livestock and interestingly it's true for economic productivity as well and that's being found in a completely independent study so

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Travel to Senegal and The Gambia

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

09:20 min | 5 months ago

Travel to Senegal and The Gambia

"Welcome the image traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about West Africa. I like to welcome to the show. Brian Asher from the world hiker DOT COM. Who has come to talk to us about Senegal and the Gambia in West Africa? Brian Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having me. I know you were surprised that we had not previously done in episode of Amateur Traveler on this region and as we were talking about before we started recording. We don't get as many pitches but also there aren't as many travelers who tend to go to west Africa East Africa. Southern Africa tend to get a little more tourists in general. Why should someone go to that region before we focus in on Senegal? Gambia I think. West Africa's really vibrance several my friends. Who have been there for years in the Peace Corps? Said it's about the People? It's about the markets it's about the color it's about the way they treat you just the life that's on the streets of West Africa. I think we hear of animals. Safaris maybe eastern Southern Africa West. Africa's is really the beating hearts of the continents with some of the most populous countries in the fascinating region with lots of smaller countries grouped. In that you can visit In the whole region there will. We've chosen to talk about Senegal and the Gambia one. Because you've been there recently and we always try and focus on someplace. That wasn't a ten years ago trip. The you've been to all the countries in Africa. Yes four fifty four nations and Africa hats off to you. Thank you and people may be wondering why we're talking about the two of them. This is one of those very odd places where one country actually completely surrounds. The exactly the Gambia's inside of Senegal. So the Gumby has no other neighbors have Senegal to the North East. The South and the West is the ocean. So it's completely involved excellent. And why should someone go to Senegal Gambia? I think Senegal and the Gambia great introduction to Africa and especially to West Africa. They're safe countries. They're countries that are kind of a soft introduction. They're not quite as hard hitting some the other countries in west Africa. Very safe to visit for me. The the weather was very nice after coming from kind of more tropical and intense heat in the Sahara for example movement way across and the people. The people are very friendly. There's not vowed kind of lively music in the streets that you can listen to all the time and there is a decent number of Europeans between but a large French population. There's quite a few Lebanese. That live there a special indy car in the capital of Senegal. And it's it's very soft welcoming place that would not intimidate so I think most people when they think of Africa that would be a great place to start and by contrast. Then what you're saying is there's some of their neighbors. We're them might be a little more. You think twice about going because of poverty terrorism Civil war or disease. Yeah those those are the only reasons I can think of not to go to some of the areas over the last ten years at least in western Africa and I think the Transportation as well kind of infrastructure with having made my way of public transportation there are a lot of Africa can be extremely slow and the Senegal Gambia. Our little breath of fresh air to be able to get around quite a bit easier than the light of the countries in the region and I'm fascinated to hear about this. I have technically been indycar but really only in the airport. And they didn't let me off the plane so I really knew very little about the area. So what kind of itinerary would you recommend? I think that Senegal be the one that you'd want to spend more time in. The car has quite a bit to see in there quite a few beaches right there. Outside of the city I stayed in a neighborhood called walk. Tom Which is nicely placed next to the African Renaissance Monument which is the largest statue and all of Africa. That kind of looks down on the whole region there and Indycar and you can take a couple of really nice day trip south from the car so if you stayed there for two three or four days I think that would be an ideal amount of time to spend their most people like I went to a place called Goree Island which is very famous for being one of the biggest places that had slaves that were coming out to the Americas and you can learn a lot but the history. They're easy to walk around. There's a ferry that goes every couple hours to get there and place it almost everyone. The cousin Senegal visits during the first couple days sides stay for the car to three days with the city and the surrounding area and then a couple of days up to St Louis which is about four hours for five hours north by bus. Okay and you could spend a day or two. They're known for its famous. Saint Louis Arch known. Not that Saint. Louis Okay the other Saint Louis in Senegal. It takes a good six to eight hours going by bus. You could take a private car if you want. Or if you're on a tour to get down to the Gambia assume that's GONNA take up half or two thirds of a day and then I'd be down in Bonn Jewel and area right below it whether it's nice speeches and a monkey parking things for two to three days so I think you could easily piece together somewhere between eight and ten days which would be kind of a nice length of a visit between Senegal Gambia. Excellent so you started us into car and you mentioned going out to the island whose name I've already forgotten it's gory island heart ee. Eileen with just one of the biggest hubs for the slave trade and they have fairies that go out every couple hours and that's definitely Come a must do if you're in Dakar. I think almost anyone I've talked to has done not visit for half day or two thirds of the day and real easy to walk arounds. Thinks about a kilometre too long. And that's locals there with colorful art kids playing soccer in slave museums. That are there that you can visit as well and so I assume there's a fourth year which is where they keep the slaves locked up. Yes and what else are we going to do the two or three days in the car? How are we gonNA spend that you mentioned the monument and there's a couple of monuments there the country it's about ninety six percent Muslim and so there's several nice mosques to visit as well in the lot of fishermen that go out and I love think West Africa? One of the images of the coastal areas. Are these colorful fishing boats that you can see like dozens of guys sliding off into the water and then sliding back up with their catch from the day and there's a lot of seafood that they bring in so these real colorfully painted. Boats is one of the images that you'll see on the coast there in Indycar and their fishing from the there than rather than from okay and is there a place you would go to see that. There is a mosque called the mosque of the divinity which had a bunch of these colorful boats right next to it and it's right there in the car about five or ten minutes from where I was staying in the neighborhood of calm and I stayed AIRBNB. There's lots of airbnb options there for budget travelers and there's all different ranges of accommodation but there are inexpensive options for those looking for him as well and I stayed with a local man there and enjoyed always like state local people to give you all flavor of what it's like will what I usually find when we're talking about. Travelling in lesser developed areas of Africa is that we're talking about not an inexpensive flight to get in relatively expensive for the distance intra country flights inside of Africa. Compare for instance or a US but then really cheap food and really cheap housing. Is that right? Yeah that's true. And so that's the Pros and cons. I always way between local transport and the flights I think the flights between the Gambian cars forty minutes so in say but I just checked in it's still upwards of one hundred forty to one hundred eighty dollars for a forty minute one slight. It's not too bad for Africa standards. It can be a lot worse a lot worse or west African flights but bus. I WanNa say it was about eighteen dollars that took me there so you just have to pick and choose. What's worth more your your time or your money. Well and that is going to be an individual choice. Yeah another thing. A lot of people like to do is there's a pink lake there several of these in the world. There's one in Mexico unless Jerry I believe and there's one about Sarah outside of Dakar. That is is another kind of one of them. Must do things on the visit. That would take you maybe about a half day and so that is really really pick. Yeah if you look at pictures online. There's one called Rainbow Mountain in Peru or I don't know how much instagram or things put filters on it and this one depending on who's pictured is it's pink. It was quite pink but sometimes the pictures make it. Look even more amazingly think depend on. The season tends to be kind of lighter darker shades of pink. That has the salt miners. That are out there. And kind of local people selling artwork in tourist items. So and so this is Lake Ripa. Yes my GRANDPA Loch rose. I think in French shore the lake what it can go by. I would say gory. Islands and Pink Lake would be to half day trips. That would make sense to have with your day or so exploring around the car so to make it two or three days for the car and it strives. You might say

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"sahara" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"sahara" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"I was like what why you imagine and then some guy down in the sea was like yeah. That was what I took a picture. My cat and I put it on twitter. It was no I was sitting there talking to my goes so okay look. Some of these have windows. Some don't this one doesn't this one. Does he write about is that the person is going very important that my food supply not be cut off. Yeah Yeah Anyway reminded over and put your head. It's kind of when they made everything have dot net in the name at Microsoft for Awhile. Remember that kind of reminds me of this but that was a a cliff. They'd step back from. They were going to rename windows. To windows dot net windows dot net server everything was exchanged dot net sequel server. Everything was going to be called DOT resting cat face. Are you kidding me? Put the branding thing. Goodness shot up. Here's an era cat. I'm sleeping anyway. That's my rant about the name. I think I think I get why they WANNA have one brand but the fact that the one thing enough means something different from two brands to one they went to for them to to to but they. This jumbled around some of that they went from two to like four because three sixty five has a bunch of different meetings now to me I think I like I said I think this is something they will clear up over. Time ignites seems like the timeframe for that. I'm just giving them benefit donors. I do you know. We'll see like you do..

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"sahara" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

06:06 min | 6 months ago

"sahara" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Thank you Paul Thurrott. Mary Jo Foley talking about Windows. Were talking speaking of the cloud. What was the number I saw? Microsoft said seven hundred seventy two percent. We're GONNA GET GOING TO GET A. We saw problem in that number. Okay did seem like a large number. Did you remember in the the empire strikes back with OBI WAN? Kanobi said that his story but looks rather was true. From a certain point of view. Depends how you look at it. All right well. What do you want to talk about next? I don't Wanna I wanNA talk about sorry. A weird sound thing happen. I want to talk about. How Microsoft is rebranding so many things with Microsoft three sixty five? And how confusing this is. Yes okay yes. Once upon a time in a galaxy far far away Microsoft three sixty five meant something very specific it meant windows plus officers sixty five plus enterprise mobility and security. That was the definition of Microsoft three sixty five now. Everything is getting branded Microsoft. Three sixty five whether or not it has windows in it whether or not it has in tune in it whether or not it has Any kind of a standard set of tools for security so this week we saw Microsoft say a bunch of their office. Three sixty five small business plans are going to get rebranded as Microsoft three sixty five none of these things have windows in it The thing called office three sixty five businesses essentials is now going to be called Mike soft three sixty five business basic. That's the version I use of officers. Sixty five doesn't include the office APPs but it still is going to be rebranded. Microsoft six Business premiums getting rebranded to business standard with Mike Salk three sixty five in front of that and office pro plus those one office three sixty five per plus as being rebranded as Microsoft three sixty five APPs. Let's let's let's hover on that one for a second because Microsoft threes office three sixty five pro plus aside from being the the Kinda commercial skew. They talk about the most for some reason is Is The one enterprise skew that is changing to a Microsoft through sixty brands? The only one It is the same as from a functional perspective from the user's perspective as identical to what used to be called office three sixty five business premium. Maybe or whatever whatever the name of. That's the one I use. So it's the it's the version that gives you the applications on up to five computers. One Turbine of cloud storage and access to the online servers. Like Exchange Online and center The people often ask what what are they have to things that are The same The thing I just described as for small medium sized businesses What used to be called office three sixty five pro pluses for the enterprise and it comes with additional licensing perks. That don't mean anything to anybody. But you get you know fast track application Pat Ability Blah Blah by this other stuff but you know from from the user's perspective. It's the same thing so yeah it is if anything maybe even more confusing than you're making it sound Way More No. Because I don't find the change I what I mind is. They just didn't do it. Across the board. Right it's very inconsistent. Very very inconsistent. L. Office three sixty five for enterprise continues to exist office. Three sixty five for first line continues to exist office. Three sixty five education continues to exist an officer. Sixty five government continues. Who's this but there's a bunch of other things that also continue to exist with the Microsoft three sixty five name like Microsoft three sixty five f one eighty three and e five those state exactly the same even though they do include windows and enterprise mobility plus security? It's unbelievably confusing. They should have changed all this immediately but I. I have to think that one of the things they're planning for what used to be. Ignite is the final switchover of all the enterprise and I should say all the commercial stuff because the commercial encompasses not just the stuff. We already described The small and medium size business stuff but also enterprise government in education. So it's confusing. It is really confusing because they in many cases and you just described some of them have Microsoft three sixty five skews for certain business segments and office. Three sixty five skews. I I think what they need to do is consolidate that and to stick with Microsoft three sixty five. I agree that there is still a confusion here because I guess some have window. So is there a need for enterprise? Skews don't have enterprising in tune. Yeah there is so you know I mean we we as Outside observers will complain because of the confusion of all these skews but the reality is for big organizations and this is true of the bigger they get that they have the ability to cherry. Pick the things that they want for certain groups of users set. These guys over here may have specific needs that requires them to get whatever this Microsoft office. Three sixty five thing is. These guys over here have different needs so there's a business reality to it where it does kind of make sense. But my God it is like this multi tentacled monster of. It's really hard to figure out details when they when they sent me the blog. Post to look at on this. I just sent back a note.

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"sahara" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

05:28 min | 6 months ago

"sahara" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Well let's talk about the presentation so use of Medi who runs what's his title. It's a very unusual title. Modern Life at devices for eight so he runs consumer side of Microsoft hero in life. Yeah he's the guy if you remember a couple years ago. His job is to try to win back the love of consumers to Microsoft after they cancelled many consumer facing products. That's a tough job. That's his job. Now right so he he was presenting and talking about the whole idea. Blur blurring the lines further between work and life and how. Microsoft wants to be there. The focus was very much on what we thought which is pro sumers. Productivity minded consumers doesn't gamers right. This is people who want to us to do and teams at home. That's a real different market office. Three sixty five subscribers. Yes probably should say really that many of them There are only thirty eight million consumers subscribing to office three sixty five today Dependent that numbers plummeting right. It's going down. I would imagine going. It's going up really. Yeah but it's not going up very much. I mean over time I'm surprised I think most people who use it would use it because their work provides it and then no Well I'm confused by this but going I just said Tech. Just a weird licensing technically. You're not supposed to use your home subscription for work purposes. Although everyone does we joked about that on show before right. So you're you're like I use my office from work. I was a subscriber but with the home edition but then I realized wait a minute I get it from work. The work version right. Yes yeah you. Can you can other people do that? Can anybody do use the work version on their home again? Sure I mean if you if you get office however you get office three sixty five technically you. Could you could use it to do anything. There's no like licensing wise. You're not supposed to use the home version for work but you can definitely use the work version for home if you want to do that. But just yeah okay. So what they announced is what we thought. They rebranded office three sixty five home and personal to Microsoft Office. Three sixty five so they put the m three six five label on this and then they added some incremental features and a couple new apps that are to come and they're now calling this. Microsoft three sixty five personal and family. Those are the names of the new plants. They cost exactly the same as officers. Sixty five home and consumer cost so for one person. Microsoft three sixty five personal is six ninety nine a month or a sixty nine ninety nine year and the family version. Which lets you have. Six people all getting a terabyte of storage and using the Office. Apps individually on their PC's that costs nine ninety nine per month or ninety nine ninety nine annually so exact same pricing same number of people can use it mostly the same plan except I some of the newer apps they talked about and newer features so it was exactly basically what we thought at I. I don't think any of us were stunned. That this was the core of the every new thing. That they announced had been rumored Except for maybe that editor thing Which is kind of a bald-faced Graham early rip off but whatever We had we were questioning. We sort of felt and and this is mostly for Mary. Jo I should say the Royal. We thought that You know teams for consumers wasn't ready. And maybe they wouldn't discuss that what they did. Was they. Disgusted plus some consumer integration features for the business version. But it's it's not coming out until much later in the year. Probably not until October November. Something like that. Yeah so let's talk about that for a second. Because that is the one part of the announcement I think we were wrong about. So we kept hearing teams for life was going to be a new version of teams for consumers. But that's not what that is at all Okay what Oh. It's the words integration. Yeah Yeah yes so. Microsoft is taking some features for team and adding them to teams that will appeal more to people in their home life and their personal life. And they're going to integrate that through the mobile versions of teams. And so you'll be able to sign with your personal account to teams and access these features so the way I thought about it and I think a lot of people did was there be teams for consumers and then teams for work. But that's not what they announced which is interesting. Yeah okay you know what I mean like like. I thought they'd be to a new skew or something like that. I was going to build these. You don't think there is eventually gonna be version of teams. That's only for junior teams with an account and you'll get the experience base. Okay okay that makes it here. I think it makes sense. Because if.

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Angelina Jolie talks about daughters' surgeries

Celeb News Ride Home

02:58 min | 7 months ago

Angelina Jolie talks about daughters' surgeries

"We're learning now. According to column in Time magazine written by Angelina Jolie that two of her daughters with Brad Pitt have recently been in and out of various surgeries. Angie wrote a personal essay in honor of International Women's Day and she kind of praised her daughters in how strong they've been throughout all of this. She wrote quote. I have spent the last two months in and out of surgeries with my eldest daughter and days ago watched her younger sister go under the knife for a hip surgery. They know that I'm writing this. Because I respect their privacy and we discussed it together and they encouraged me to write. They understand that going through medical challenges and fighting to survive in. He'll is something to be proud of and quote. I hope everything's okay This sounds like scary. I don't know what's going on with Zahara. But she's the oldest daughter that they're talking about being in and out of surgery that's gotTa be scary as hell anyway after. This piece came out in time. Magazine page six swiftly came out with some anonymous source that spoke to them about Brad. Pitt missing the BAFTA. 's and they confirmed that he missed the BAFTA awards for Zaharah's surgeries Brad Pitt missed the Baptist to be by his daughter's side as she recovered from an operation multiple sources. Confirm to page six end quote. Unclear if they're talking about Sahara I'm guessing they are since shallows the one with the hip surgery which just now happened page. Six added that quote. A friend of the family confirmed that Pitt who dedicated his Oscar win to his six kids stayed home in La to support his daughters however the friend admitted that Pitt had never spoken publicly about his kids and never will as Jolie spoke out in a Time magazine. Essay published Sunday in honor of International Women's Day Jolie wrote that her eldest daughter fifteen-year-olds Zahara and one of her younger daughters Shiloh. Thirteen were operated on end quote. Is it just as the source from Brad? Pitt's side is kind of shading Angie. They're like Oh she talks about the kids but Brad doesn't like come on so boring. I do not like Gwyn Brad and Angie like fight with each other. I think it's it's Kinda gross mostly when Brad does it and she can do whatever she wants. She's been through enough the real takeaway here. In my opinion is that Angelina Jolie has had this column in Time magazine for a while now and I'm just now learning about it. This is fascinating. I looked at like clipped her author name and I read some of the other headlines. It's mostly like international humanitarian causes and stuff but this personal essay for International. Women's Day is definitely an interesting turn.

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Tips for Indoor Watering in the Winter

Your Gardening Questions

03:00 min | 7 months ago

Tips for Indoor Watering in the Winter

"Growers for generation growing plants. Indoors in a home is treacherous. Duty in a way You want to go back through it. Integrate House with with Perot's in charge. Plants are grown by the hundreds of thousands indoors. When it comes to our homes they are as as I've learned in reading drier than just Sahara desert as far as humidity is concerned. So if you can increase the humidity plant or plants. That's good if you water. Even to the extent you lift a little planner big plan hopefully not too big Senate in the water in the sink over the top of the pot wait till acquits bubbling then take it out centered on a trainer and then back into its position so you know it has been watered but you know then you're not GonNa do it again for a week or ten days. Okay you you just need is most easily done thing with plants is to kill them indoors from too much love. Yeah you have to. You have to let them drive. We had that rubber tree. We had a picture of three weeks or so ago. I think that's the kind of thing that was happening there. being loved too much maybe have been a problem. Then there are well. Cold water humidifiers. They're used mostly in baby situations and so on. But if you have a room or an area you can set up that humidifier and keep the humidity high so that you don't even have to water as often as we just spoke sixteen hours of a bold sunshine. So it'll be in other words lated If you have anything from African violets too big old other plants give them at least sixteen hours of light per day now. Part of that is going to be from the Sun but right now it's it's not even bright out until seven ish and then it's going to be dark by five thirty six. Leave the lights on in that room or that area of the room and caused the plant to continue to so to speak grow for a sixteen hour day that way. They're going to be doing something. That's more or less normal. The turning of the plants. I just spoke with Carolyn on the spins attorney. Orchids so it grows straight up Hit I I remember writing the paper several times for the professor before I got it right. But you you have to understand. That light has to be available for plants. Light can also be detract because if you leave them all turned toward the window in one position for a given period of time bill grow toward the window. And that's because the sun shortens the

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"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Sahara. During our discussion. The Wally repeatedly mentioned the close US Moroccan relationship which dates back to seventeen seventy seven. When Morocco became the first nation to recognize the United States, while the US has never recognized Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara, Washington has played a pivotal role ensuring up Morocco's occupation. In addition to secretary of state Henry Kissinger, hoping for a rigged vote at the United Nations Security council regarding Western Sahara, president Jimmy Carter State Department in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine gave two hundred million dollars to the US company Northrop page communications to build an intrusion detection system for the nearly seventeen hundred mile wall Morocco built in Western Sahara, which is lined with an estimated seven million landmines a year later Carter provided Morocco with two hundred thirty. Million dollars in military aid. It's been a bipartisan affair ever since King Hassan. The second with President Reagan in one thousand nine hundred eighty two more people and American people will be ready always to mix their blood. The dignity of men. His majesty briefed me on the latest developments in his efforts to reach a peaceful settlement of the conflict, the Western Sahara, and I express my admiration for the support after the Cold War ended Morocco became a key US ally in the so-called war on terror. In two thousand four President George W Bush designated Morocco to be a major non-nato ally of the United States opening the door for more military deals. And the money has flowed. Both ways the state-owned Moroccan phosphate company OCP, which operates in Western.

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"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The Sahara lawyer Muhammad Labib Gabi, he's a former activists who was disappeared in Moroccan prisons for sixteen years. He's also the brother of the recently deceased Polisario leader Mohamed Abdelaziz RG is one of just four Saharaui lawyers permitted by Morocco to try cases in court of your car will be the first stage of the arrests were made there, and they were brutal beyond imagination. So walk. The Houston extensive number of strange tools for torture, and beatings and about the home. Some of the prisoners were even forced to drink their own urine. Shut up before the interrogation judge covered in blood. Why was good day of music such a turning point? What happened why were people protesting? Good day music. Cana- knock the has Zeke was a turning point because it was a very genuine form of mass protests, like Western Sahara, has never witnessed nor has the rest of the world audience. Some of called it the first hour spring before Tunisia and before Egypt. I'm doing shook then had the kind of mocha LA Hoya. Yes. Without any doubt. This was the beginning of the spring every media outlet after game musique could only talk about how well organized well managed, and well prepared the protest in Western Sahara, was she? Fisa? Women from here. It spread the Tunisian Egypt. Of course, when the American academic noted that this was the beginning of the Arab spring. He was correct. Gun at also. After leaving Muhammed RGB's office. We drive to a restaurant near.

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"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The Sahara resistance. Tanna Kaya drapes herself and the red white black and green flag of Western Sahara. Just holding this flag in public is enough to get an activist beaten and arrested. Hi, my name is sultana higher. I was born under Moroccan rule in the occupied city of Bush could live just like any other seraglio woman who is subjected to torture and beatings. And in my opinion, my cases milder than many other in two thousand seven sultana was peacefully protesting with fellow college students at a university in Marrakech Morocco when police surrounded her Young Sam Yang accounts may ninth was an anniversary that also rallies. Should celebrate was really a hundred can image. We were a group of five hundred we students how. Hey, you left the university campus marching peacefully waving flags and chanting. There are no alternatives to self determination. They sealed off the street and besieged in it. As tear-gas spreads sultana was beaten by police, one of whom singled her out for more abuse classical are often one of them recognized me, and he jabbed right at my eye with his baton when he did that I bent over, and I could feel my eyeball in my hand. I was yelling at him. And hey, you Moroccan pulled out. My I saw Tana's ordeal. Continued in an ambulance says she was tortured on her way to the hospital. Good. I told them I had a hemorrhage in my he tried to put his finger into my eyes. And I didn't get any medical treatment till the next morning at eleven when a group of Moroccans came to be telling someone to sew up my blind them because when I was in the ambulance another woman was crying and telling me, you're is gone. They were trying to sell up my eyes. So other women could see it and think twice before getting involved in activism. They wanted to make an example of middle. Can do you have confidence that Western Sahara will become an independent nation? That's for sure. Because the determination of the people is invincible. What we've got his true. We've lost many men and women over this one day it shall be liberated. I'm. Not even losing her. I.

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"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Morocco and the police REO but are legally prevented from intervening to stop human rights abuses. And we drive past the high walls of the notorious black prison where generations of Sahara's have been detained tortured and disappeared. One of them is Saharaui independence. Activists hammered hammered who welcomes us into his home over t he describes his torture at the hands of the Moroccan authorities during his years spent as a political prisoner. Liberty linked electrodes to my ears and something to my underarms and to Mike Tony, and then are the sensitive parts. Daily Bill to be Elling Mollica Velika. If I was bound, and when they used that manual generator. I would hear it cranking Commonwealth and in a small. Each time. They crank that generate up. I felt that my heart was going to burst out of my body. Monica. The UN secretary general Ban Ki moon, called the Moroccan presence in Western Sahara, an occupation. What was your response? You're will be. Well, my answer is clear. We are people. We have a homeland. We have a culture we have all these things cost the country. We are very different from the Moroccan. It's impossible for us to be Moroccans. We have no common history. There's nothing that links us to them whatsoever. I say that our damnation comes from the natural resources. We have here if it wasn't for these natural resources Morocco would never have invaded Western Sahara with the sport of Spain. And sarah. Via.

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"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The Sahara lawyer Mohammad Labib RGB, he's a former activists who has disappeared in Moroccan prisons for sixteen years. He's also the brother of the recently deceased Pola Saria leader Mohamed Abdelaziz RGB is one of just four Sahara lawyers permitted by Morocco to try cases in court. Cutler will be the first stage of the arrests were made there, and they were brutal beyond imagination. Walk. They used an extensive number of strange tools for torture and beatings fee. An about the home. Some of the prisoners were even forced to drink their own urine. They showed up before the interrogation judge covered in blood. Why was good day of music such a turning point? What happened why were people protesting? Kinda nokta has name is Zeke was a turning point because it was a very genuine form of mass protests like Western Sahara, has never witnessed nor has the rest of the world off. Some of called it the first hour spring before Tunisia and before Egypt. I'm doing shook. Then had he kind of mocha democrat. Yes. Without any doubt. This was the beginning of the Arab spring every media outlet after getting musique could only talk about how well organized well managed, and well prepared the protest in Western Sahara, was is she. Bam. Facade. From here. It spread to Tunisia. Egypt. Of course, when the American academic noted that this was the beginning of the Arab spring. He was correct. Alabi forgot gun at also. After leaving Muhammed RGB's office. We drive to a restaurant near.

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"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Sahara lawyer Muhammad Labib RGB, he's a former activists who was disappeared in Moroccan prisons for sixteen years. He's also the brother of the recently deceased Polisario leader Mohammed Abdel Aziz air is one of just four Sahara lawyers permitted by Morocco to try cases in court. Cutler will be the first stage of the arrests were made there, and they were brutal beyond imagination. I saw work. The Houston extensive number of strange tools for torture, and beatings and about the home. Some of the prisoners were even forced to drink their own urine show. This showed up before the interrogation judge covered in blood. Why was music such a turning point? What happened why were people protesting? Kinda knock the has Zeke was a turning point because it was a very genuine form of mass protests like Western Sahara, has never witnessed nor has the rest of the world audience. Some of called it the first Arab spring before Tunisia and before Egypt. I'm doing. Then had the kind of mocha Demeter labile. Yes. Without any doubt. This was the beginning of the spring every media outlet after getting music could only talk about how well organized well managed, and well prepared the protest in Western Sahara, was is you bam. Fisa? Women from here it spread to Tunisian Egypt. Of course when the American academic noted that this was the beginning of the spring. He was correct. Gun. After leaving Muhammed RGB's office. We drive to a restaurant near the.

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"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Icon of the Sahara resistance, so Tanna, Kaya drapes herself and the red white black and green flag of Western Sahara. Just holding this flag and public is enough to get an activist beaten and arrested. Hi, my name is gonna hire. I was born under Moroccan role in the occupied city of Bush. I live just like any other seraglio woman who is subjected to torture and beatings. And in my opinion, my cases milder than many other in two thousand seven sultana was peacefully protesting with fellow college. Students said a university in Marrakech Morocco when police surrounded her. Don't count may ninth was an anniversary that also always celebrate really hundred. Can we were a group of five hundred survive we students how? I'm gonna tell you left the university campus marching peacefully waving flags and chanting. There are no alternatives to self-determination sealed off the street and besieged in it. As tear-gas spreads sultana was beaten by police one of whom singled her out for more abuse classical. How often one of them recognize me in Egypt right at my eye with his baton as an when he did that I bent over, and I could feel my eyeball in my hand. I was yelling at him. Hey, you miraculously pulled out? My I saw Tana's. Ordeal. Continued in an ambulance says, she was tortured on her way to the hospital where I know I told them I had a hemorrhage in my he tried to put his finger into my eyes. And I didn't get any medical treatment till the next morning at eleven when a group of Moroccans came to be telling someone to sell up, my I them because when I was in the ambulance another woman was crying and telling me, you're is gone. They were trying to sell it my eyes. So other women could see it and think twice before getting involved in activism. They wanted to make an example of what can do you have confidence that Western Sahara will become an independent nation. That's for sure. Because the determination of the people is invincible in. What we've got is true. We've lost many men and women over this one day it shall be liberated. Even losing her on.

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"sahara" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

"Crazy story. I like to dream guests for the fit fierce and fabulous podcast. You know, sometimes you just wish you could have conversations with certain people and you think about it, you follow them on Instagram and you kind of almost daydream about what that conversation would look like. Right. Well, I totally manifested Sahara rose onto my show. You guys have no idea. I was at a point where I needed to start looking for guests. I do interviews pretty boom, boom, boom, boom. And then I just kind of dwelled them out because obviously I have a business a company I run and I can't do podcast every single week. So what I'll do is I'll do a bunch and then I'll to schedule them out for you guys. Everything is ready to go. So it was that a point right needed to just start searching for guests. And I was kind of going through my list of like my wishlist. I keep a running list of people. I'd love to have a conversation with and I literally was looking at some. Har- rose and my sister and actually wrote me and was like, you should reach out to Sahara rose and like she didn't if the other people and I was like, okay, no problem. I'll get to added it to my to do list. And literally that day I got an Email from Sahar rose herself saying, hey, I, you know, I want to come on your podcast when it come on your show. This is what I talk about. I was like out my God. Are you serious? This is so cool. I was just about to Email you and I get an Email from you asking to be on my show. Yeah. So you guys things are happening. These are amazing when you put them in writing when you put your mind to it, when you open your mind to it, it's so cool when things align in that way. So I had her on the show. We had this amazing conversation. I share my journey with aggravated. She shares her journey with aggravated. And the thing I love about her is that she's not listen. This is ancient stuff she's talking about this isn't new. This, isn't it something one day, like five. Years ago, somewhat decide or even twenty years ago, like this is agent practices. So a lot of the things that I learned about when I had an IRA Vetik practitioner and I was working with her where things that like I would never do. Like, I'm just being honest, I'm sure a lot of you who listen to the show you guys watch goop or you follow goop and you see what quotas Paltrow and all the celebrities are doing and you're like, you know, I don't not never do that like it's cool, but it's time for that. Like I don't even know where you get this stuff. That's what are your data was to me. Like I kinda was like, I don't know. Like some of this I could totally do a lot of it on like, I don't know. But Sahara roses made it modernized. She has taken a very ancient practice which works very well, and it's so cool. We talk about the different doses and I know you're going to be listening to this going to so me because I was totally doing that the whole episode which is a quiz on our website by the way little little drop. But as we were. Talking. She was making it sound so approachable, so cool. It's something that you're just sitting there going. Okay. I totally do that or. Okay. That seems like something I could add to my meals or change up in my diet or add to my practices, not a big thing. So for those of you who are listening to this episode, maybe you know little bit about your eight. Maybe it's something you've heard of. Maybe it's something you even bond to a practitioner inexperience either, or I want to invite you to sit down and listen to this episode and just listen to the different Doshi as the way she talks about her journey, which is so inspiring..

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"sahara" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Hi says, Hello. Now me hanging with her. I know what feels good full sister? Yeah. What's up? Sahara rose. How are you is I can't believe it's been a year to year is year Yanji sound the group and the Facebook group said something about you. People are still like hitting me up from that podcast last year early now that went viral. Let me see what they said because I mean, work like this is just it transforms your life. If you let it, you know, I mean, leg connects to more than just your physical body lake in connects to everything. Yeah, they go, Hello, beautiful woman. It was Joe Taylor. Have you ever heard of Sahara rose? She teaches our Veda and has a podcast called the higher self. I stumbled upon it if you days ago and have been feeling called to learn more about it, has she been on almost thirty? Do you know more about this. Lawrence off. Everyone jumps in yes. Episode eighty. Sara Sara goes. She's been on the podcast before, said seventy one. And Ashley said, love her, and I read her at a guy. They listen to our podcast regularly. She's the one who started man, my journey. I love it so sweet. I love the community. You guys have built in. It's like taking, I feel like people who are into like fashion wellness and like taking them to that next level. Right. Like offering them like, so it's like a buffet of like, do you want like hormonal balance? Do you want to be vulnerable? Like what do you want? And you can just pick and choose and divisions for offering this? Yeah. I mean, we're so people are so much more than just one thing. You know, we have so many sides tourists l. yes. So it's like I feel like I'm wanna learn about so many things too. So that's why the podcast is so good and unit, and you do that too. I sure it's so hard like these days. It's like, you know, a lot of people I talked to, they're like, I'm trying to build a brand and they're like, I'm only going to be even like Vegas or like hormone or this..

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"sahara" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Today on the podcast, shall we? Yes, Sahara room. Our sweet sweet Sahara. Sweet, sweet sweet. Be humping out of the most beautiful dude. This valuable books I'm like book is gorge. She texted a friend where I'm all everyone knows. Everyone knows Harz amazing, but I just look at her fucking book. I'm like, dude. No, yeah. Do you have a know people are so in the process, I'm like, do you even know how gorgeous this boquets? She took a risk by going to India to shoot the beautiful photography for this eat feel fresh book of hers on and she hired local photographers all over India and she didn't know if they're going to be good, or if it was going to be like cool and chill and and work well and it. I mean it was like magic and you've seen the book, oh my God, the color of emotional. The recipes are just so great. It's it's bringing are you Veda to modern time. Times and making really assessable easy recipes that you know we can all use and kind of live more aligned to our Toshiba's. Yeah. We love her as always Sahara rose, keeps it real and she's fun. And she so like she makes, you know, talking about all of that stuff like very, we can do it today. You don't have to prepare it onto read the whole book like you can start tapping into perhaps even more what your body needs through IRA Veda. Two day, which is really awesome. And she's funny and she's beautiful newly engaged. We talk a little bit about that. I mean, flying high end just her own. She interviewed Deepak Chopra on her podcast recently make, which is a bomb episode go over and listen to it. It's really, really good. Yeah, she's such a good interviewer. Yes. We'll link that in the show notes to and then where you can buy the book and then her Instagram and everything that's you guys can connect with her just one of our gals. Alright, y'all, enjoy this episode..

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"sahara" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Take me through that. How can solar and wind power plants change the climate, an increase, the amount of rainfall? Well, the reason we thought this might be true goes like this. If we darken the surface of the Sahara, you'd have more upward motion. If you warm up the surface and that would lead to condensation motion leads to clouds and condensation and rain, and that might lead to little extra. Rain. Then the other thing with the wind power is, you know, wind is interesting when you are putting up winter by, you're working very, very hard to get as much momentum out of the atmosphere. You can. So in some ways, it's very direct way of influencing climate. So you're making machines that are designed to remove as much momentum as possible from the lowest part of the atmosphere. And one of the things that that does is it enables win to move across lines of pressure more easily. So that means it's e- if you have a region where there's a little bit of low pressure and you add some roughness at the surface that makes it easier for win to move from high pressure to low pressure. So by roughing areas of this era, you're allowing more inward motion across lines of pressure, and that in this case happened to bring more moisture into that area, making it easier to form clouds and have upward motion precipitation. Wow. So the the windmills what they slow the air down because dry. Yeah, coast drag on the atmosphere. Exactly. Okay. So I'm trying to picture this year. You think the windmills cause the air to slow down and circulate better and the solar panels darken the land so that the temperature goes up, but that makes more convection. So the arises you get more precipitation, so you're changing the climate of the Sierra basically? Yeah, that's right. So how much greener would the Sahera get? Well, that's a really good question. Our paper directly shows that there's a fraction of a millimeter per day extra precipitation, so it's a reasonable amount. It's substantial fractional increase in the amount of precipitation over the Suheil which doesn't get a whole lot. Now, what would that mean for the culture in the region? That's a really good question. We ran model that included natural vegetation response, and we found that that was actually a fair part of the response. You made these changes by putting in wind turbines and solar panel. And that caused moistening. But then you got extra vegetation in response to that, and the extra vegetation itself absorbed a little more solar radiation caused a an additional feedback that continued to moisten the region a bit more. Now, what would happen to agricultural productivity you'd have to look at that specifically in choose a model that was designed to look at how the local crops would respond to that little extra additional water. How realistic is this to cover the Sahara and solar.

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"sahara" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"She's instructions in explains that because the creators believed that this wasn't an ordinary apartment. It was like therapy just like any medicine. You had instructions on how to take the medicine. So that's what was. Was so what was the sudden suddenly supposed to move around the house? Well, she didn't have been I, she goes in and this is how she described the apartment in this building. So the center is kind of like how you describe the sent. Aloft was a small kitchenette mint, green and Royal blue suffixes range around a column of bright spring green. There's no close at anywhere in the apartment. Instead the ceiling which was pink was inset with metal rings way. Hang things from there's a swing dangling from one colour in the room. And that's the only traditional furniture in the entire place. This distinct rooms off the central coal kind of like what you described, but only one of them looks like what you would call a room. There's like a bicyc- cube bedroom with this shag cop. That's the most, you know, normal looking thing in the whole place. The second room is a yellow cylinder that's been placed on its side. It's like a dole as Baath room with a cylinder Xiaohua the Colic's like teleport, but the. Full is curved. So when you brushing your teeth, for example, you have to like balance and get your fate on the place. The third room is a hollow sphere, which is red on the outside and lack bright, yellow on the inside and no suffix of the apartment isn't uncolorful like every way you look, there's a slick of orange pain till this crazy purple. So she says, it's like being in the equivalent of a orchestra where every instruments going once. Yes, it's crazy. It's overwhelming. It's like sensory overload. And the floor is we had to like you described in the photos. You'll say this this, this did kind of sand June, like waves to it. So the floor is not flat. It's like a wavy. It looks like the Sahara desert. There's all these little goosebumps. It's like you walking on giant skin, and you have to kinda clamber over at c. conscious walk normally across from the kitchen, the to the cube room or a roomba. There's no room for would make it like to fate and then die. And she says, I started to take, will I realize I had always taken flatness for granted, and this is what these Wieder artists believed. They believed that the dull comfort of modern buildings. It lulls Albuquerque's into this stupa that hastens out demise and in their view are flat floors, white walls. It rained tiles. Yeah, it numbs house senses and muscles and leads to atrophy. So to combat this problem, they had this provocative theory. They called it reversible destiny and they stayed the people can prevent aging and death by living in a stimulating environment. That constantly challenges the bodies on a regular basis, but who wants to be balancing acrobat with their teeth every morning. That's that's exactly why you have this. We'd loop that you have to kind of balance on brush your teeth is that you constantly being challenged. So she she gets in this apartment. She thinks this is nuts. I bet a the instructions. So she opens up this flip and this thirty two numbered carts. So she picked one at random. She gets Cobb. Number nine. It says ugliest once a day ambled through the apartment in total darkness. So hang on, hey, you gotta wavy floor, go complete pitch blackness that you would have moved through the bash. She just thoughts, laughing throws the kata way because she's like, I can't even make it through the apartment in daylight. This is not going to happen with lots on full says. She draws another cod and it says every month moved three, aloft as a different animal snake DEA toll to giraffe. Opennow goin. So she does this. She starts skipping waddling around in this. We'd rapid sequence imagining herself as an animal, and it feels kind of weird but fun. Some of the instructions riddles to like, she pulls out cod number twelve, and it says interact with raw. So as to produce sunlight..

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"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Still day two of our trip to Western Sahara as we cross town. To meet with more Saharaui independence activists once again, we're followed by a man on a motorcycle We arrive making our way past pro-independence graffiti and meet an icon of the Sahara resistance so Tanna Kaya. Drapes are so in the red white black and green flag of Western Sahara just holding this flag and public is. Enough to, get an activist beaten and arrested on us Hi my name is sultana higher I was born under. Moroccan rule in the occupied city of Bush door I live just like any other seraglio woman who is subjected to torture and beatings and in my opinion my cases milder than many other In two thousand seven sultana was peacefully protesting with fellow college students, said a university in, Marrakech Morocco when police surrounded her Yeltsin may ninth was an anniversary that also rallies celebrate really hundred can we were. A group of five hundred seventy students, how am I gonna you left the university campus marching peacefully waving flags and chanting. There are no alternatives to self determination. Sealed off the street Beseeched as tear-gas spreads sultana was beaten. By police one of whom singled her, out for more abuse Often one of them recognize me right at my eye with, his baton when he did, that, I bent? Over and I could feel my eyeball in, my hand I was yelling at him hey you Moroccan I pulled out my I saw Thomas. Ordeal continued in an ambulance, says she was tortured on her. Way to the hospital consumed will do I know I told them I. Add a hemorrhage in my. He tried to put his finger into my eyes And I? Didn't get any medical treatment till the next, morning at eleven when a group of Moroccans came to be telling someone to sew up my. I blind them because when, I was in the ambulance another. Woman was crying and telling me you're is gone They were trying to sell it my eyes. So other women could see. It and think twice before getting involved in activism they wanted to make an example of what can what do you have confidence that Western Sahara will. Become an independent nation that's for sure because the determination of the people is, invincible what we've got is true we've lost many men, and women over this one day it shall be liberated Even losing her I, has not stopped sultana Kaya from continuing her. Protests for Western Saharan.

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"sahara" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sahara" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"See i'm talking like cumin turmeric ginger a safadi all of these spices like that you would look at chime x or an indian store throw those by sun everything and for coffers they wanna stick to like steamed foods because if they eat a lot of raw it's still too hard for them to digest so something like steamed like steamed vegetables with some keen wa and like a veggie burger whatever whatever they want but lightly cooked foods are good for coffee cooked foods are good for vodka pit can eat raw foods or they can do a combination i was going to ask you all about this so yes it's brilliant everybody if you wanna take adoc attest i highly recommend sahara's because it's not only the most elaborate doda mind body tests i think it's only mind body type tests that i've ever taken but as far as dose is concerned it completely resonated with me because you broke down the percentages of not only the doses body but also my mind and so that's good then we can know what type of diet might better sue our body type in no matter what your body type is whether you hold way in your hips thighs which is beautiful empower full like high you did give examples of kim kardashian and beyond say who i think are some of the most beautiful women on earth or if you're vodka end you realize that you know it's hard for you to maybe gain weight which is also you have a beautiful body type two but you'll know what your body type is obviously before you take the test but then you'll be able to really get a great breakdown if you go check out sahara site so i highly recommend that.

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