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Fresh update on "south america" discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

00:35 min | 42 min ago

Fresh update on "south america" discussed on BTV Simulcast

"Seeing tremendous AI companies leveraging the strengths of each country in the case of U.S. enterprise software in the case of China manufacturing So I hope AI will end up being showing companies in both countries winners In China our Chinese companies looking to have more of an influence domestically rather than internationally or will that change over time I think right now most of the Chinese AI companies are focused domestically And should they go abroad They're more likely to go to countries that have a strong commercial relationship with China and no limitations on technologies So perhaps the Southeast Asia Middle East Africa would be more likely maybe South America whereas I think U.S. will tend to have more influence on the traditional areas like English speaking countries and Europe and Japan So I think each country will naturally go to the regions where it has some advantage or it has fewer limitations What does the word look like in 40 years So is it going to be like the terminator And do you get asked that very often at dinner parties or what's your vision on where will end up I think it's two very different possible outcomes As you know I wrote the book AI 2041 We try to look 20 years out You want me to look 40 years out I do think we have two possible home Two possible outcomes There's not a lot of scenarios in the middle I think either we get our act together and figure out how countries can collaborate and finally realize there are many issues we can work together on like climate and healthcare And that in the positive examples lead the world and technology problems are overcome Then we really reach a world of plenitude where all the technologies will basically eradicate poverty and hunger and also positive uses will make us live healthier That's one outcome The other is that technologies can be misused by people I don't think technologies will become evil itself and like a terminator or a dystopia like that But I do think they provide very powerful weapon to bad people And terrorists for example or countries that choose to use them in a very damaging way to the rest of the world because I think technology amplifiers people's capabilities and using take autonomous weapons as an example is something that could wipe out lots of people targeted at least So I think.

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In 1862, Abraham Lincoln Met With Black Leaders on the Idea of Their Own Country

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last week

In 1862, Abraham Lincoln Met With Black Leaders on the Idea of Their Own Country

"So Liberia was an attempt to do what Malcolm X later wanted to do. But in the 1850s, a group of blacks went to Abraham Lincoln and Abraham Lincoln was like, look, if you guys want your own country, we can arrange that. If you black leaders want your own country, we can help you with that. And they deliberated amongst themselves. And of course, deliberation comes before a decision according to Aristotle, deliberation is one of the highest forms and contemplation. I'm sorry. Deliberation leads to contemplation which locally will lead the truth. And they came back to Abraham Lincoln, what they said? They said, this is our home. This happened on August 14th, 1862, Abraham Lincoln did something unprecedented. He met with black leaders all free black clergymen. And he said, we're happy to support a new black country. They were even talking about South Africa, South America, I'm sorry. And Lincoln mentioned Liberia because this was a suggestion before. Now, this movement didn't really gain much traction until Malcolm X resurrected this idea before his assassination. Where Malcolm X basically said that blacks can never be free in this country. We have to go back. And you could say a lot about Malcolm X, that actually is the logical conclusion. That is the logical answer if you think America systemically racist. Leave. Now, I don't think America systemically racist, so I'm not encouraging people to leave. But if you believe that like tah anisi Coates does, then why are you still

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Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Their Battle to Save America's Soul With Brian Kilmeade

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Their Battle to Save America's Soul With Brian Kilmeade

"I'm talking to Brian kilmeade, author of the president and the freedom fighter, and you just shared something that I really was I never thought about this. So when Lincoln is elected in 1860, a number of states had seceded. First South Carolina 6 more. Okay, and so that's before his inauguration. Before he gets to The White House. Okay, so he's elected. They secede. And then on the assumption he's going to free the slaves and they're not going to deal with it. And he says to get them back into the union, he says you can have your slaves. Thirteenth Amendment could be yours. Okay, so that's the freed slaves. You could be enslaved. And so exactly how did that go? So obviously you said that Frederick Douglass feels betrayed. So it took him some time. I mean, it's kind of funny because you get this with Lincoln. He takes off everybody and at some point, right? And a real conservative today would say suspending habeas corpus. I don't know. You know, it's like it's very interesting that real leadership will do that. It will take off everybody in a way. But so for a while, it seems to me that Frederick Douglass must have not been very pleased with him. Absolutely not. And then when he brings up colonization to solve the problem of the African Americans in America, he say, listen, we made a big mistake. It happened before we were born. So can we send you back? So he invites newspapers, all the press with him, like selective members of the press. And he brings in African American leaders, doesn't invite Douglas. And he says, made a big mistake. Obviously, blacks and whites can't live together, and it's part of this part of the reason this is the reason for the war. So I would like to make you an offer give you plenty of money to go back to Central and South America or wherever you want to go. Douglas, everyone in South America or Africa. Africa, too. He said you could go wherever you wanted to go. We will send you. So we will free you and let you go. Absolutely out of the country. Out of the country. And this bothered Douglas. Beyond by these, I'm an American. I don't want to go anywhere. Where am I born? I'm born here. You got to send me elsewhere. Since when camp blacks and whites get together, remember, and I haven't brought this up yet, but they have another similarity. They both read this book called the Colombian orator. The Columbian order teaches how to speak publicly, teach how to hold yourself and also has great essays from these people like Cicero, Socrates, George Washington, people in our past, and they're thinking big and grandiose. So you wonder why that speech worked at 28? Lincoln's been reading every day since 7. That's right and envisioning himself on that level without the cockiness and ego with the humility to know that it may be what he was capable

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'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits

"We have with us a returning to America first. The man who educated me on the climate hoax. He is the founder of the climate depot, the author of the politically incorrect guy to climate change and more recently, the green fraud, why the Green New Deal? I prefer green new steel is even worse than you think Mark morano. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. Happy to be here today. So where have you just got back from? Did you just get back from what is ObamaCare, Scotland, completely fallaciously, the emerald isle? Where have you been Mark? I have been in the emerald well actually, I think that's Ireland. I've been in Scotland and I did not get to go. I was there for all last week. I did not get to go in one of these private jets like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates or Al Gore, who were all at the conference as well. I had to fly commercial, but I was there all last week at this Glasgow summit and it was a doozy because I think even the longtime observers are saying, this is as Greta would say, a blah, blah, blah, summit. Not much has happened here except a lot of virtue signaling. So what is this? They're using this acronym cop. I didn't realize it's now running for multiple weeks. Well, what is this? What is this virtue signaling stand for and who, who is their Mark? Well, this is the United Nations climate summit. Cop stands for conference of parties. Bureaucratic language that they have every year. So next year's cup 27. This year's cop 25. And this whole process started in 1992 with the Rio earth summit that then Republican president George H. W. Bush signed and got us beholden to this big monster mess and then of course the first climate agreement they came up with was the Kyoto protocol when Clinton was president. And it's been going strong since then, annual basis. And they always pick exotic location. Scotland's probably the least exotic location that they've had it. I've been the Bali South America cancun all over the world. Next year is going to be in Egypt. They like to fly all over and have giant

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Dr. Ben Carson on Continuing the American Fight for Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Dr. Ben Carson on Continuing the American Fight for Freedom

"I have the joy and privilege to speak with doctor Ben, Carson, who has so many things I could use to describe him, I will just say that let's just say he was one of the top of brain surgeons in the world. We'll leave it at that. 60 honorary doctorates. That's just showing off doctor Carson. Was that really necessary? That's just embarrassing. Now, now let me ask you a question. What's the last time you got an NRA doctor? 'cause you know, I think once you get with the Trump gang, those invitations go away. Oh, there's no question about that. A couple of years. It's kind of funny, isn't it? Suddenly, suddenly you're not so wonderful. What happened to you? And once people discover that you're conservative or that you don't follow the thinking that they envision. But that's all the more reason that we have to continue to fight. We have to fight for the freedom in our country. Freedom of speech, freedom of thought. And all you have to do is think back to Venezuela. I've been visited Venezuela a number of times before they turn directly socialists. Very prosperous country. Number one economy in South America, beautiful hotels and resorts and museums and shopping centers. The biggest controversy that the people had was whether or not they were the most beautiful people in the world. That's what they talked about all the time. And now look at them. Worst economy in South America, people fleeing for their freedom, almost overnight. And if you don't think that that can happen in this country, no country ever thinks it can happen there, and then it happens. And that's why we have to so jealously, guard our freedoms, and when we see them slipping away in any manner, be it a vaccine mandate or anything else, we really have to be willing to stand up for what we believe

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Man drives from Ohio hoping to help Haitian friend at border

AP News Radio

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Man drives from Ohio hoping to help Haitian friend at border

"For some Americans it's very personal the situation at the Texas border which has now been cleared but earlier up to fifteen thousand migrants most of them Haitian many seeking asylum came in from Mexico and were camped out Dave who would not give his last name drove nearly thirteen thousand miles from Ohio to del Rio to be where some patients were being processed Friday by a nonprofit humanitarian coalition after being dropped off by border patrols very key that we appreciate America our freedom our freedom is is a shining light to the world it was on a Christian relief trip to Haiti a decade ago when he met Ruth the nursing kept in touch a month ago she and her family left South America where they briefly lived after fleeing Haiti I just felt that my friend is worth my time to come down and and take care of it along the way he picked up an assist cities for Ruth and her husband and a car seat for their three year old I just see it as an opportunity to serve somebody that you know we have so much it was supposed to drive them to her sister's house in Ohio but was worried because he had not heard from the family and was just waiting I'm Julie Walker

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More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US

"To this. this is this. Is stephanie rule and julia. Ainsley on msnbc now we have to turn to texas where the migrant crisis maybe on the verge of getting a whole lot worse. You've seen the pictures of haitian migrants camp under a bridge in del rio. Roughly twenty excuse me twelve thousand of them but now we're learning that thousands more could be on their way from columbia from panama from peru. That can triple the number of migrants in south texas. Nbc's mortgage huskies in del rio. Julia ainsley covers the vhs. She broke the story about this new group of migrants. That may be headed here. Truly at what. Can you tell us if you'd think about what has happened in haiti in the last few weeks in the last few years. It's a dire situation at home for them it is. There really isn't a home for these people to go back to stephanie. A lot of these haitians left their home country. Some around the two thousand ten earthquake others during the devastating events. They're both natural and political. That have occurred in haiti over these years. They've been living in south america. Many of them were there around the olympics. In two thousand sixteen their opportunities there have dried up. It is very hard for them to find work or find any way to feed their families and now according to internal documents that we obtained last night. Dhs monitoring a group of more than twenty thousand haitians that have all amassed northern colombia. Maybe the next group to come here. They're also more than a thousand and panama more than a thousand in peru. they're also monitoring these groups to see if they come. Thousands of haitians are gathering in other countries preparing to enter the united states. All dude to to to joe biden and his policies all due to this administration's open borders remember. When hillary clinton dreamed of open borders. It's coming to fruition.

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Border Patrol Agents on Horseback Did Not Use Whips When Confronting Migrants

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | 2 months ago

Border Patrol Agents on Horseback Did Not Use Whips When Confronting Migrants

"The southern border. We are being invaded. Republican governors are issuing press releases and letters to try to ask the biden regime to help them. Which will not happen. They could solve the border crisis if they wanted to. But they do not have the will to solve the border crisis. In fact a lot of them are okay with tens of thousands of people coming into our country illegally haitians. That were moved from haiti. Central south america coming up to the mexican border have been a used and abused by the cartel. And that's an interesting wrinkle here. That i wanna make sure i mention that. Almost all of this is created by the cartel. And we don't have time to get into this. And i want to make sure i researched this thoroughly with the right sources but many american politicians are corrupted by the cartel more than you might believe especially in texas so but i'll just leave it at that. I'm not gonna get into the specifics or details. But the cartel which of course their main specialty is narko drug trafficking and weapons smuggling and actually we might get one of our favorite guests that come on our program to tell us about that because how american politicians play nice with the cartel and so these haitians are running across the southern border illegally. They are invaders. They're in violation of state law federal law and so these border patrol agents. That are cowboys are riding on horseback trying to prevent the invasion of their country. They're doing their job. So essentially there's these two cowboys on horseback border patrol agents who are trying to rein in these criminal haitians. These lawbreaking vigilantes these invaders. These border jumpers people call them migrants. Et is such word play quite honestly. These are criminals is what they are and so. Let's play cut forty. They say that this is the video of border patrol whipping illegals. That's not even close to what's happening. Was that like from now this aljazeera or something you know i couldn't even see the video and i could tell you know how i could tell because of this dramatic somber music as if they're they're talking about the last of the mohicans or something and so the alleged whip that the border patrol was using was actually a bridal or a rain for the horse.

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Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level

"It was a really interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land.

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New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:40 min | 2 months ago

New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines

"World has a new covert nineteen very of interest with a would hogan association pointing to the new new variant of the disease which is off in south america. There of fish this ukraina virus vary could be better at evading vaccines thereby increasing concerns of making covered nineteen endemic in society scientists. Say the muir be one six to one variant. As a number of mutations would suggest it could be more resistant. Vaccines early studies. One five vaccine is less effective against the variant. Compared to other mutations in fact it's already been found in thirty nine counties and as a constellation of mutations that indicate potential properties of immune escape these include a mutation called p. Six hundred eighty one age which was first reported in the alpha variant and his potentially responsible faster transmission meal also has the mutations e four eighty four k and k four seventeen n which are associated with being able to evade antibodies against the corona virus and various other mutations include arthur forty-six k. And why one forty four t is consequences. Arizona known music already been reported in ten percent of cases sequenced by the university of miami and reuters reporting that seven fully vaccinated residents in a nursing home in belgium dying from emile outbreak. At this stage the global prevalence of the various among sequence covered nineteen cases is still below zero point one percent but it has consistently grown in countries such as colombia with thirty nine percent and ecuador with thirteen percent increase. Something to worry about

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US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:57 min | 2 months ago

US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas

"The. Us flu haitians cramped in texas border town back to their homeland on sunday and try blocking others from crossing the border from mexico in a massive show of force that signaled the beginning of what could be one of america's swiftest large-scale expulsions of migrants or refugees in decades more than three hundred twenty migrants arrived in port-au-prince on three flights and haiti said six flights were expected on tuesday in all. Us authorities move to expel many of the more than twelve. Thousand migrants camped around bridge in del. Rio texas off to crossing from mexico. The only obvious parallel for such an expulsion without an opportunity to seek asylum was in nineteen ninety-two when the coast guard intercepted haitian refugees at sea. Similarly large numbers of mexicans have been sent home during peak years of immigration but over land a not so suddenly central americans have also crossed the border in comparible numbers without being subject to mass expulsion although mexico has agreed to accept them from the us the pandemic related authority in effect since march. Twenty twenty when the border was closed on sunday. The migrants initially found other ways to cross nearby until they were confronted by federal and state law enforcement. Mexico said on sunday would also begin deporting haitians to their homeland. A government officials said the flights would be from towns near the us border and the border with guatemala where the largest group remains haitians have migrating to the us in large numbers from south america for several years. Many having left the caribbean nation after a devastating twenty ten earthquake. Some of the migrants at the del. Rio cam said the recent devastating earthquake in haiti and the assassination of president. Moe's made them afraid to return to a country that seems more unstable than when they left.

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April, 1779: Spain Enters the War

American Revolution Podcast

02:20 min | 2 months ago

April, 1779: Spain Enters the War

"April seventeen seventy nine. France and spain signed the treaty of iran. Wes which effectively drew spain into the war. With britain for the past couple of centuries spain had been francis traditional ally and britain's traditional enemy while spain did not share francis enthusiasm for american liberty. It did harbor grudges against britain and welcomed an opportunity to settle some of them by entering the war in the late seventeen. Hundreds spain was near the height of its worldwide empire. Spain of course had been their first european power to colonize the americas following christopher columbus's revelation that an entire western hemisphere existed and was available to be conquered after columbus returned from his first voyage. Spain claimed sovereignty over the entire western hemisphere. It did so. Even though columbus only had limited information about a few islands in the caribbean about a year after columbus's return spain and portugal sign the treaty of tour to see us which essentially recognize spain's claims to all lands west of vertical line drawn through the atlantic ocean the treaty was designed to recognize portugal's claims to some islands in the atlantic while seating to spain all the unknown lands further west in fact unknown to both parties at the time. The line seated. What is today the eastern part of brazil to the portuguese which is why brazil became a portuguese colony. In truth though when the vast size of north and south america came to be understood there was no way. Spain would be able to occupy or defend its vast claims to the hemisphere britain france. The netherlands and other european powers were not parties to the treaty and did not recognize. Spanish claims to the entire western hemisphere but spain was the first to establish a colonial empire for more than a century. Spain conquered most of south and central america as well as many caribbean islands. It was not until the early seventeenth century that other european powers seriously began to consider american colonies of their own

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Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue

The World: Latest Edition

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue

"Economic and political problems long ago extended beyond the country's borders millions of venezuelans about one fifth of the country's population have fled to other countries this weekend representatives from the government and opposition parties are meeting in mexico city with international mediators for more on this. We have the world's latin america correspondent. Or hey valencia. On the line from mexico city or the government and opposition in venezuela have dueling claims on power. Why the two sides meeting i mean. What do they want. Carol the many reasons for the meetings that are happening this weekend in mexico city can be summed up in two one word. Stalemate the authoritarian regime of nicolas's mother has strengthened its control power in venezuela or the last few years but at the same time. Venezuela is a pariah. It is isolated from most of south america and much of the world who rode rigas is a former vice president and the main emissary and the person who is speaking on behalf of nicholas modo here in mexico city this weekend. He made some remarks to the television dealer sued earlier this week info guy. They make of yet. Here's the pro that he gets saying that they have a number of proposals but they are mostly focused on the economy. Because venezuela has been economically sanctioned by the united states and by european governments who see nicholas model as an illegitimate president. And of course there's opposition leader guido who a few countries around the world still consider the president. Yeah the opposition led by kwon. Dole has not succeeded in their efforts to unseat the person who they see as a dictator their strategy has mostly been to rally amongst themselves because the opposition is a broad tent as many groups. It has been also to rally on the streets and to use the international pressure but they haven't succeeded so

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Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue

The World: Latest Edition

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue

"Venezuela's economic and political problems long ago extended beyond the country's borders millions of venezuelans about one fifth of the country's population have fled to other countries this weekend representatives from the government and opposition parties are meeting in mexico city with international mediators for more on this. We have the world's latin america correspondent. Or hey valencia. On the line from mexico city or the government and opposition in venezuela have dueling claims on power. Why the two sides meeting i mean. What do they want. Carol the many reasons for the meetings that are happening this weekend in mexico city can be summed up in two one word. Stalemate the authoritarian regime of nicolas's mother has strengthened its control power in venezuela or the last few years but at the same time. Venezuela is a pariah. It is isolated from most of south america and much of the world who rode rigas is a former vice president and the main emissary and the person who is speaking on behalf of nicholas modo here in mexico city this weekend. He made some remarks to the television dealer sued earlier this week info guy. They make of yet. Here's the pro that he gets saying that they have a number of proposals but they are mostly focused on the economy. Because venezuela has been economically sanctioned by the united states and by european governments who see nicholas model as an illegitimate president. And of course there's opposition leader guido who a few countries around the world still consider the president. Yeah the opposition led by kwon. Dole has not succeeded in their efforts to unseat the person who they see as a dictator their strategy has mostly been to rally amongst themselves because the opposition is a broad tent as many groups. It has been also to rally on the streets and to use the international pressure but they haven't succeeded so far.

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How Crypto Will Fix South Americas Money Problems

The Pomp Podcast

01:03 min | 3 months ago

How Crypto Will Fix South Americas Money Problems

"Simon's here. how are you good. Man figure permanent. Of course Let's start with value. Do you guys building what. What is the goal here. So in simple terms we are a business. I crypto payments solutions for letting america and we are focusing venezuela which is going to hyper inflation and because of that people are looking for stable currencies right for for new solutions and the interesting thing is that typically benders are the ones who said the medium and the currency that they wanna accept right so being a business for solution is actually an interesting way to tackle this problem because we're focusing on giving businesses away to charge in stable points their costumers and in a way we're creating this marketplace say namic within consumers and businesses and the final objective say is to create crypto economies in latin america.

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The Domestication of the Potato

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:12 min | 3 months ago

The Domestication of the Potato

"How many foods that we eat today. All around the world simply didn't exist in the old world of africa asia and europe corn chocolate vanilla peppers green beans pumpkins. Tomatoes and squash are all foods that were completely unknown to the peoples of the old world. Perhaps the most important neural food. However was the humble potato. The potato was originally native to south. America it was first domesticated impro- anywheres from five thousand ten thousand years ago. It's really hard to tell because potatoes aren't very well preserved in the archaeological record. But we know that they were being grown. Probably when studies were first being built in mesopotamia specifically they were probably first domesticated around the area of lake titicaca high in the andes mountains. The first confirmed evidence in the archaeological record comes from the year. Thousand five hundred. You're the coastal city of n con just north of lima peru. The potato was the primary food stuff for the incan empire. Potatoes cooked by ancient peruvians. We're not too dissimilar to how they're cook today. They were baked or boiled and might have been mashed. Potato is pretty much have to be cooked in order for the starches in them to be digestible by humans. Some potato varieties had toxic compounds that required soaking and clay and water to leach out the toxic substances one popular way of processing potatoes in the andes was to make this involved repeatedly leaving them outside to freeze and then thawing them. The next day this freeze drying would go on for three to five nights then they would be laid out and stomped on to remove any remaining water. The result would be white. Rock looking thing not too dissimilar from appealed potato but because it was dehydrated it could last for years. Potatoes had been domesticated all the way down the andes mountains to southern patagonia. In what is today chile prior to the arrival of europeans. The first spanish explorers to the region led by pizarro in fifteen thirty to recognize the value of the potato but when they brought them back to europe it was mostly for consumption by the south american people they brought back with them supposedly and i know this because i actually paid a visit. The first place in europe to grow potatoes was the garden at the monastery in guadalupe spain. It was a place that queen isabella frequently visited.

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What's it Like Being a Digital Nomad?

Travel with Rick Steves

02:26 min | 3 months ago

What's it Like Being a Digital Nomad?

"Imagine if your life was untethered to any particular place you had a career that was steady and well pain and traveled. All the time working remotely you are digital nomad. More and more people are doing just that and travel writer and entrepreneur. Mike's with guns ski. He's been the digital nomad working and living in about eighty countries in the last decade. And he's written a book on the lifestyle. Mike joins us today from his home. Base in the republic of georgia in cheers ideas from his book called global career. How to work anywhere and travel forever. Thanks so much for having me on. Rick excited to chat with you so mike. I'm a traveler. And i've had the same job the same phone number of the same zip code now for over forty years and i travel a lot. You're a digital nomad in. That's quite a different kind of traveler. What exactly does that mean. And just very briefly. Where have you gone in the last decade. Yeah so over the last decade. I've been to more than eighty five different countries and a big portion of that has probably been in europe asia south america and a few cents to africa. But i would say africa's kind of the next frontier for me to explore your working remotely as you travel. Yeah so i've been working remotely for more than five years now. For the previous five years. I was kind of showing up in physical locations and finding jobs that were going to advance my career and he just kind of job was kind of steppingstone to get me to where i am now. It must have been kind of a a freeing thing sort of liberation. when you realized. I don't need to look for work. Where i'm traveling can travel where i want to go and Look into the remote travel world for my employment. Yeah once. I kind of had that remote lifestyle. It was everything that i'd always dreamed of having that flexibility to build the pack up my little back back in my laptop and just kind of work from anywhere from the comfort of my home In any location that i was interested in traveling to psychologically. Are you looking for your ultimate home like the place where you really belong or is is the journey itself kind of your goal. I would say right now. I'm looking to have a travel hub. Where i can essentially visit countries and visit the world from. So maybe it's spending nine months in that travel hub and then three months traveling around the world. Whatever the breakdown is. I want to have some sort of location where i can have a little bit more deeper. Connections routes and then be able to travel from that location.

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An Interview With Clara Harris, the Woman Who Killed Her Husband

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

01:57 min | 4 months ago

An Interview With Clara Harris, the Woman Who Killed Her Husband

"Clara harris was born in columbia south america. In her twenties she moved to houston texas where she built her own. American dream clara became a successful dentist even won a beauty contest but says her greatest achievement was marrying the love of her life. David harris a charming attractive orthodontist clara and david launched a booming dental practice together. They had beautiful twin boys a gorgeous mansion and what seemed like a loving 10-year-marriage but in an instant clara's fairytale life was shattered. David confessed. He was having an affair with his office. Receptions eight days later. David was dead. Accent and clara was charged with first degree murder. Guilty of myrtle is george jury found her guilty and clara was sentenced to twenty years in prison so for the first time. Clara harris is telling her side of the story. She says it's what the prosecutors and the media did not want you to hear you get to be the judge clara harris vicious murderer or a deceived wife who snapped for the past two years. She's been locked up in maximum security at the mountain view correctional center and gatesville texas. That is where. I went to see her for this one on one interview. Tell me about the day. What was going on in your life when your husband told you that he was having an affair with the funny thing is that he didn't want to tell me they office ladies his office ladies had confronted him they have seen these going on for three months in they had enough. They said we cannot keep working with him. And he's doing this. You know big didn't say the lady that he was. That lady was jailed. Bridges a thirty nine year old divorcee and mother of three gail had recently been hired to work as a receptionist in one of david and clara's into offices

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Why Is Snow on the Alps Turning Red?

Kottke Ride Home

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Why Is Snow on the Alps Turning Red?

"Glacier blood. No it's not a new flavor from heavy metal water company liquid death glacier blood is what some call the phenomenon of snow on the alps turning red and the snow isn't read from some type of pollutant or something like when that chocolate factory accidently coated whole town in switzerland with reddish brown cocoa dust last year. It's a naturally occurring phenomenon as the result of snow. Algae quoting the bbc normally these micro algae have a green color as they contain chlorophyll. The family pigments produced by most plants to help them absorb energy from sunlight. However when the snow algae grew prolifically and are exposed to strong solar radiation they produce red colored pigment molecules known as carotenoids which act as sunshield to protect their chlorophyll and quotes now. This red snow is not a new phenomenon or even a new discovery. The bbc notes that it's mentioned as early as eighteen nineteen in a book about an arctic expedition the year prior and the new york times points to aristotle as having the first written observation of red snow. It also doesn't just happen in the alps. Researchers two years ago found samples of what they've dubbed sanguine. Ah in europe. North america south america the south pole and as clearly illustrated by that eighteen nineteen book the north pole new occurrences do seem to be increasing however and some recent findings are shedding more light on the bizarre spectacle while the data isn't fully there yet most researchers believe climate change is responsible for the increase in red snow leeann bending a professor of interface geochemistry at the german research centre for geosciences in potsdam told the bbc quote the rise in the atmosphere carbon dioxide levels increases the temperature which leads to more snow melting. The moment there is liquid water on the snow. The algae start growing and quotes

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"south america" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"south america" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Were. He was holding people against their will and performing inhumane experiments on them And as you said ben resulting in thousands and thousands of deaths but mingo is a smart guy You know he knew what he was doing. In terms of you know plotting his escape he had he had the right idea. In nineteen seventy. He had a lot of help. That's yeah saying he worked with the right people exactly. And then there's there's this network that was established these rat lines like you said And many did get caught but many escaped and sort of that almost tropy see in a lot of fiction about like the you know the the nazi war criminal. You know pretending to be A mild-mannered old man. Living next door to you in the suburbs I believe That happens as well in the marathon man. The character that does the play by laurence olivier. Who does the dental torture. That's a you know an escape. Nazi work criminal or it's supposed to be Who i believe is also called the angel of death. If i'm not mistaken in the movie it's not the same angel of death but that is his nickname So he assumes a false name Wolfgang gerhardt And they don't find his sure identity until nineteen ninety-five he. He dies by the way of natural causes more or less of a stroke In nineteen seventy nine while having a nice swim off the brazilian and he drowns But again he's been masquerading as this wolf. Wolfgang gerhardt character and his true identity isn't determined to ninety five when his remains exhumed and forced to be subject to forensic analysis. Yeah yes so. In a very real sense he got away and they all they know is that there was a real wolfgang girl. Hard at some point. That guy left the picture and mangla became him so well we know that he had. I think at least three names that were or yeah but i know of three off the top of my head so he was definitely changing chameleon ing movie. He was doing that out of necessity. Because you don't. I mean you do want to. You do want to have more than one. It's kind of like doing a shell company right. You wouldn't because each one will make you more difficult to trace but it also requires more work on your part or for whomever's handling you so in in this situation. What probably happened is he had to burn some of these personas because he was on the run the entire time. It's that classic. Twist in the movie when the nosy neighbors snooping around in the suspicious german man's house when he's off going to the grocery store and finds a drawer with like six different passports in. You know all with different names and that sort of the aha moment But that was real. And i'm sure he had you know things like A valuables that he had smuggled out as well that he was living on. You know you picture like like loose diamonds or something like that right. Yeah a lot of those guys were supported by things that they'd stolen from their victims during the course of the war or things they made off with from the state as as the regime was collapsing. But here we are so. Let's put aside fiction for second real life. Nineteen forty nine to nineteen seventy-nine under under various personas. Joseph mangla was in south america multiple countries for three decades. What the hell was he getting up to down there. According to controversial claims by some historians one of whom will examine in depth. Mango late. Never stopped his experiments with twin..

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"south america" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

05:36 min | 5 months ago

"south america" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"This area result in twins most of them according to the legends being blonde haired and blue eyed very curious So why how many are we talking. the birth rate stats for twins. In candido is ten percent which is significantly higher than in the rest of the state where it's only about one point eight percent So this is one of the highest. What you'd call twinning rates in the entire world and this is a noteworthy pattern At least during the early twentieth century. When the i immigrants started to set a precedent arriving with seventeen sets of twins amongst them And if you visit the area today you might still notice that it is like you said ben like instantly something. that's remarkable. How many just how many sets of twins you'll see just on a given day looking around boy. I mean think about that. That's one in ten kids that are born our kids instead of kid. Yes that's crazy and the stats. Can you know you'll suit listeners. Of course you clock that that rate of twins was given his ten percent but then scientists also projected one in five pregnancies. We're we're aware of this discrepancy. It's coming from a couple of different sources. And of course. Birthrates do change. Or they vary over time. But yeah yeah. It's a lot of twins. Yeah that ten percent. I believe in a particular study will look that was between nineteen ninety and nineteen ninety-four rights. We're also talking about ten percent of a very small population which makes it extra noticeable when you it's like wow they're everywhere and you know we know what a mystery twins still continue to be as to what leads to them as like their ability to communicate differently. You know. I mean there are some that you know if you if you know anybody who has a twin sibling. They claim to and i mean. Honestly you can't not believe them have this kind of almost tele kinetic ability or this ability to kind of like a feel things about each other far distances for example Or you know to be able to almost like speak without speaking to each other. It's very very interesting and not a lot is known about that And that totally applies to this case. Only this is an extra weird kind of twist like why so. Many twins in the small area and one of the theories is quite disturbing. Yeah i i have. I do just spoiler alert. Have what i feel like. Ease the explanation here. But let's let's let's walk through the crazy stuff. I wanted to step back. Because there was something i wanted to point out. So yeah this is extraordinary Because of the birth rates in the number of twins relative to the population but for comparison there are places that have you know an absolute numbers much higher tendencies toward the production of twins and nigeria actually leads the world in this regard. Also i always. I always thought it would be cool to have a twin. But i think for most of us the concept is incredibly alien and that's why Singles right even if you have siblings. You're single right in comparison to twins. That's why singles like the majority of us in the audience..

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"south america" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"south america" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Me ben. We're joined as always with our super producer. Paul mission control tech. And most importantly you are you you are here and that makes this the stuff they don't want you to know after taking a very long hiatus from This realm of topics we are returning to the world of the nazis. The nazi party of germany and world war two has become a source of many many proposed. Conspiracies and proven conspiracies as as we learn more and more about the inner workings of of that regime and nowadays. You know we can. We can say with certitude certain statements that would have once been considered controversial or conspiratorial. Like now we can say it is common knowledge that many nazi officials and nazi collaborators escaped to south america in the aftermath of world war two. It's genuine vast conspiracy. You hear him called rat lines right. Thousands of people fled from europe to brazil chile especially argentina and as the world was trying to recover from the atrocities of war. There were these investigators from places like west germany and israel and individuals who were tracking down nazi sifting through rumors trying to hunt these men. Who would be ghost and if you wanna learn more about that checkout operation edessa. I think is the episode. We did on that topic specifically i. We have a lot of a lot of nazi episodes because they did a lot of terrible things. But the the weird weirdest part here is what we're talking about the nazis escaping to south america. We're talking about a true thing. A real event that went on for years But we're also talking about all the rumors that built off that like the idea that adolf hitler himself may have escaped. That's a story for another day but stays episode is one people might not have heard of it concerns the infamous nazi doctor. The so called. Angel of death joseph mandalay and the conspiracy theory that he continued his horrific experiments long after the end of world. War two. Today's episode fellow conspiracy realist. What is can dido godot. And what the hell is happening there. Yes here are the facts. It's a city you probably haven't heard of unless you've heard of this story or unless unless you've visited of a specific part of brazil rio grande do soul so candido..

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"south america" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"south america" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Sustainable vehicle. Subscribe to day wherever you listen to podcasts. As the united states and other nations see progress in the fight against covid nineteen in south america. The pandemic's the worst. It's ever been home to just five percent of the world's population south america now accounts for a quarter of the global death toll. The economic damage is also significant and could play the region. Well into the future. We want to get an idea of what it's like there. So we're bringing in the journal. South america bureau chief one ferraro. He's joining me from bogota colombia one. Good morning good morning one. Can you just first give us a sense of how bad things are right now. Mark the region is really hard. Hit harder hit than any other continent right now if you look at the top. Ten countries in terms of per capita deaths about seven or eight of them are in in south america. And you're seeing high numbers of deaths in the bigger countries bigger and smaller countries. But when we're talking about just sheer numbers. Two thousand dead every day in brazil. Six hundred dead every day in colombia. Six hundred dead every day a little less in argentina. The numbers are just staggering. These countries have been hard hit from the beginning of the pandemic and they've gone through waves but this latest wave has just been the most difficult. Is this an issue of vaccination is an issue of misinformation would is fueling these higher numbers. I think it's several things one thing that we've written quite a bit about. Is this brazilian variant which was initially called the p. one a now called gamma and this This variant has just torn through these countries these variants per se or not more lethal than the original corona virus. But what scientists say. Dr saint health officials in these countries. That is that it's more infectious. And so since the vaccination drive in these countries is is slower than say in europe. Then it's not been able to take control and be able to vaccinate. High numbers of people means that this virus has been able to spread very quickly and that has caused big problems. There are other factors to people are tired of the lockdowns. People are tired of the pandemic people have to work in the economy's in all these countries half of them are informal. That means that people need to get out there and work there either have their own businesses or their vendors on the streets. Whatever it is people need to go out and make money. And and the lockdowns in south america were quite stringent for a long time where they still exist people are ignoring them and in many places governments have just given up. Let's focus on the economy for for just a moment in brazil. For example there was a big stimulus and people return to normal activity despite calls by scientists to remain locked down. Their economy is doing quite well. Where do things stand now in brazil and beyond that's true brazil spent a lot of money last year. They're spending money still. They have less to spend their latest economic numbers. Were quite rosy saying that. They're basically back to where they were before the pandemic began. That's not the case. In other countries. In latin america peru suffered an eleven percent contraction last year and that that's the highest in the region and coming back from that is going to be very difficult. Columbia You know also suffered like a seven percent. Rob argentinos also quite high. These are countries that are heavily in debt right now also so. This is going to be very difficult. And of course the poorest people in these countries really took a terrible blow so we're seeing a situation where you know. Hunger has increased poverty. His dramatically increased across the region. This year next year are going to be very very difficult across across south america and that is having a political ramifications mark across several countries. It sounds like this. We'll have a long term impact on south america. Yeah exactly let me just tell you about one thing that's happening across the region that i think is very interesting. This is a trend across various countries is is we are seeing people. Turn against the establishment. I mean perhaps the place where to most dramatic is in columbia. We're in late. April protests began. They were particularly heavy throughout may and early june. A lot of people were killed. These were national protests or road blockades that totally paralyzed commerce so that also was a big a big blow to the economy and also to to right the ship here in columbia so mark. I mean the point is is that is that across south america. It's really unclear how things are going to turn out because the political situation in several of these countries a is quite difficult at the moment. The wsj's one ferraro are south. America bureau chief juan. Thank you thank you. And finally the maker of marlboro cigarettes is on trial tobacco. Giant altria is accused of breaking antitrust laws by abandoning.

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"south america" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"And that's the shut for now. Space-time is available every monday wednesday and friday through apple podcasts. I tunes stitcher bugle. Podcast podcasts spotify cast amazon music bites dot com soundcloud youtube. Your favorite podcast download provider and from space time with stewart gary dot com space times also broadcast through the national science foundation on science own radio and on both iheart radio and choon in radio. And you can help to support our show by visiting the space time store for a range of promotional merchandising goodies or by becoming a space time patron which gives you access to triple episode commissioner free versions of the show as well as lots of burntness ordinary content which doesn't go away access to exclusive facebook group and other awards. Just go to space time with stewart. Gary dot com for full details. And if you want more space time please check our blog where you'll find all the stuff we couldn't fit in the show as well as heaps of images new stories loads videos and things on the web. I find interesting or amusing. Just go to space time with stewart. Gary dot com dot com. That's all one word. And that's tumbler. Without the aid. You can also follow us through at stewart. Gary on twitter at space time with stewart gary on instagram through a space time youtube channel on facebook. Just go to facebook dot com forward. Slash time with stewart. Gary and space time is brought to you in collaboration with australian sky and telescope magazine your window on the universe. You've been listening to space time with stewart. Gary this has been another quality. Podcast production from bites dot.

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"south america" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"I. . Feel with you big thanks cheating in from wherever you get your favorite pods. Now . Chat to Chad Kerry. . Shortly, , about the damage, , the lack of travel and tourism has had in South America but still what people wanting to. . Travel as borders open up. . Well, , we've gone to the you know the the main source of being Nash. . We've been googling what people have been googling. . And some of the most Google questioning covid and travel out of his personal safety. . Ken The virus travel through events in hotels. . Hod One for us to answer not being doctor or A. . Viral. . But an American doctor Dan Field who's the chief medical officer at MD staffers, , which is one of the fastest growing stuffing the US has been quite a recent interview saying it is possible to become infected through a buildings ventilation system, , but it's unlikely due to the gym particles getting smaller and smaller. . As they travel through the vents. . It's a bit like on aicraft. . You know people were I bet getting on aicraft the Bassett filtering systems. . Are, , read some of the areas harden a pint allegedly cleaner than the air outside. . Turn Wow. . Yeah. . So but again, , I'm not aicraft engineer. . So Anything. . Yet. . But the big want everyone wants to know is does travel insurance CAVA CORONA vars. . He we got. . This is where you are an ex. . I can look. . This is difficult to answer answer because what does it actually mean by does traveling insurance Kevin Durant avars. . Travel Insurance <UNK> medical costs, , loss of belongings and things like cancellation and delight. . So even if you do have a policy from provided, , the covers something to do with karenna Varzi probably not gonNA cover everything. . So which is why it's really super important to read the wording policy witting for your particular provide up. . A bit of a tip for you heat control if different control. . Fine. . Put in pandemic goals that and see what turns up in the benefits. . The have looked for general exclusions. . The will be section in there about that. . If it mentions pandemic epidemic outbreak of disease as a general exclusion, , then it's very probably not cabinet. . Also. . Go back and have a look at what's covered under the medical because they might have made an exception to that day. . Look at things is this is a highly regulated industry and We must be the good travel insurance providers don't want to be misleading people anyway. . So go to their website and have look on the front page of the website they they will make abundantly clear so that there is nine stacking what you'll coverages around corona virus whether they do or don't. . Chuckled I sources I, , and you know, , for example, , <hes> the will die meds policy type. . Again, we , have six different under his around the world, , but the the policies that will NYMEX provides us. . Does have some coverage for medical costs if you. . Seek overseas but that's also very clearly marked on our website on its policy woody, , and if you don't show whoever your provider is giving them a call on us. . What he's and he's not covered. .

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"south america" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update

Daily Coronavirus Update

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update

"Iheartradio and the. Us Census Bureau wanted to do something special for the class of twenty twenty so we made commencement a. New podcast with boards of inspiration from the biggest names palsy. While we can be sold a lot of things we will never buy a dream. Katcha Becky G and pit bull generation will change the world. Listen to iheartradio new podcast. Commitment in partnership with twenty twenty census speeches available now on iheartradio APP. Or wherever? You get your podcasts. Remember you can do something that will affect the next ten years so if you lived in a dorm. Don't worry your school will count you if you didn't visit twenty. Two Thousand Census Dot Gov to be counted. It's Thursday may twenty eighth. I'm Oscar Ramirez from the daily dive. Podcast in Los Angeles and this is your daily coronavirus. Update thanked South. America has become a new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic Brazil. Now has the second. Most cases of nineteen only behind the United States and President Bolsonaro is still refusing to impose strict measures to curb the spread other countries like Peru and Chile are also facing increased numbers. Alex Ward reporter at Vox and Co host of the worldly. Podcast joins US FOR HOW SOUTH? America's numbers are going up. Thanks for joining us. Alex happy to be here. Wanted to talk about where. The current corona virus epicenter seems to be. Obviously the United States has the most cases in the world but South America is quickly rising with the number of cases they have Brazil as a matter of fact is number two in the world with the largest number of confirmed cases currently. And there's what happened in China. What happened in America? Everybody suspects that it's actually worse than it is. Because lack of testing the healthcare systems are being overloaded. So Alex tell us a little bit about how South America has become this new corona virus epicenter while the story is somewhat begins and ends with Brazil. There President Gerbil scenario has refused to take on the crisis calling it. A little flew himself going outside and hanging out with supporters who are protesting lockdowns and promoting hydroxy. Cork Wind is some sort of cure for the disease. Although there is no evidence to support that in fact there's a lot to say that it could be dangerous so while some regional leaders governors etc are trying to fight the disease. That's just not happening in part because the president is unwilling to put the nation's resources behind solving it so most of South America's cases are in Brazil. Which is part of the reason. If not the reason why South America has just exploded. You having the. Who even say it is now. One of the world's epicenters that said there are other cases happening elsewhere. But when we're really talking about South America's growth as a corona virus hotspot. It really is because of Brazil. Peru and Chile are other big countries in South America. That are starting to see a lot of cases but let's focus on Brazil a little bit more I have. They implemented any type of social distancing measures nationwide or. Is it a lot of this stuff? Just being done on the state and local level. It's really mostly down to state and local level. I mean Bolsonaro. Himself is not really willing to do a national program. Let's say part of the political crisis that he has started in Brazil. Is that governors. And mayors want to impose on. They are imposing lockdowns and some of the biggest places in the country. Rio De Janeiro Sao Paulo but Dawson artists. Want to do that. So this is leading him to fight with his own political leader some of which are in his own party and for some in. These are experts saying this. There's some experts claiming that Wilson are doing this in part to claim more political power for himself that he's trying to use the corona virus to gain more influence in the executive to minimize the power of other leaders and that seems to be backfired because hundreds of thousands are getting infected tens of thousands of dying. And it's just no end in sight for that crisis as this virus has moved throughout the world. We've had different epicenters at different times. Obviously Italy was one of the hardest. Hit and you would just think that some of these other countries would have taken some clues from how they operated. Obviously the United States tried to do that. Testing was one of our big failures early on so you have to kind of learn as you go and some of these countries just haven't been able to do that. I know there's different cases all over the place in particular. Some of these South American countries are very poor and they're very food poor. There's not enough to go around so Brazil. Peru Chile. A lot of people are having break their quarantines or get out into the public markets crowded public markets. Because they need to buy food. I think it's undoubtedly true that lockdowns and testing and tracing these are the things that are prescribed and are the best practices. You have the more. You're looking at cases in South America and even parts of Africa finding is that lockdowns are kind of rich nations game. It's really hard. For countries that have a high levels of poverty high levels of people in the informal sector? These are folks. That really aren't on tax rolls. They are musicians. Artists Street sheds a river may be these kinds of folks aren't able to purchase food and store it for long periods of time. They need to go outside for work. They need to go outside to get food to consume day of and you are seeing example after example and places like Peru and Chile wherever it could be. I mean heartbreaking testimony from people whether saying I basically have to choose between social distancing or getting booed for my family and some have even said explicitly by go outside. The Corona virus is a possibility. But if I don't go outside and get food starving certainty and so. This is the kind of choice now. The people have to make in areas like South America. And it's part of the reason why social distancing and lockdowns and all these other measures which have worked with varying degrees of success elsewhere or just not really working in that part of the world interesting statistic from the twenty seventeen cents is out of Peru forty nine percent of Peruvian homes. Don't own a freezer. Basically so you mentioned people having to go out and have to purchase day of food. They have to get their food every day at these local markets and yeah. They're braving the large crowds to do so in that case what we know about the healthcare systems in the South American countries because obviously that is one of the big things getting overloaded too. Many patients not enough support to go round there. Would we know about their healthcare systems. It differs depending on the country but by and large. It's just not great. You know there. Aren't that many you beds testing in tracing capabilities are minimal. The amount of doctors available for patients are low in. You know there are tons of people as you were saying. Poverty is quite widespread in South America. It's hard to people to pay for services and so there's great inequality in terms of hospitals or medical centers in impoverished areas. They are while there are some better ones in more urban centers and enrich areas. And so this is part of the problem. Is that as more people get sick. The ability for people to go get care is going to be really hard or even good care is going to be hard and the other issue here. That's America's now entering its winter right here in the United States. We are heading into summer but the southern hemisphere is heading into winter and that gets the flu season and this adds to the bunch of problems that the region already has with certain disease like d'engagement go at Cetera had flu and then of course the coronavirus. It's only going to overwhelm already taxed and under funded and under resourced medical centers. Down the line. It just is not looking like a good situation to the point. Dive experts telling me they're expecting a major collapse of South America's healthcare systems over the next few months. I mean obviously we wish them the best and they can get a handle on it but as you mentioned some of the experts are saying it looks pretty bad. And I'm assuming they're going to start looking for from other countries as well so we'll have to see how it pans out there as the virus continues to make its way throughout the World Alex Ward reporter at Vox and Co host of the worldly podcast. Thank you very much for joining us. Glad to be here. I'm Oscar Ramirez. And this has been your Dean Coronavirus Update. Don't forget that for today's big news stories. You can.

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"south america" Discussed on The Daily Dive

The Daily Dive

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on The Daily Dive

"That the traffic concerns will be less severe. These are neighborhoods to begin with not necessarily the best place for commuters to be cutting through in the first place at the same time. You have had pushback. You've had people's sort of responding that this is some sort of leftist effort to sort of take over the public streets for logical purpose. So you're GonNa have a discussion about what makes sense especially as you point out if there are particular neighborhoods where it really starts to jam up traffic but the officials have been telling me at least in the conversations. I had was that streets make up twenty five thirty percent of the cities real estate. And they're saying that. They think that they could successfully balance of the use of that real estate more toward people and walking and biking and things like that for the long haul. They think they can do. It would be interesting to see if they're right. Mike Laris Transportation reporter at the Washington. Post thank you very much for joining us they took. Ucsf pulled out the stops. I mean they cleared out an entire floor of their main medical campus in San Francisco. Thirty one beds. They reopened a facility to take another like fifty three ovid cases of festus earnings. Now Jim Carlton Reporter for The Wall Street Journal and San Francisco. Thanks for joining us. Jim On day Oscar. I'm doing well. Thank you WanNa talk about the preparation that that a lot of hospitals went into to prepare for corona virus cases early on we were looking at other examples such as China and Italy. Italy especially was so overwhelmed by cove nineteen and there was legitimate fears here in the United States at that could happen here. So hospitals went into overboard to prepare a lot of those cases. Never really bore out you know in some hot spots like New York or Louisiana. They did have huge influxes but in other places we overprepared and thankfully we didn't need to use all those resources. Jim You wrote a lot about San Francisco. The University of San Francisco in particular and their preparations are cases. That never really came. Tell us a little bit about that. Make a good point that I mean. I think that this is a case of most of the country. Kinda overprepared and there were exceptions New York. I think overwhelmed but mostly I think hospitals had the resources and San Francisco so the University of California San Francisco. Ucsf was one of the key medical institutions. There's going to be facing with autism. An onslaught on the west coast a lot of Chinese airline Chinese flights so really the predictions were that San Francisco is going to be overwhelmed and so. Ucsf pulled out the stops. I mean they cleared out an entire floor of their main medical campus in San Francisco. Thirty one beds they reopened facility to take another like fifty three. Cova cases a festive. And so they did a lot of other things. They ended up not getting that many cases but they're happy as they were ready and that goes into all of this preparation is there's a high cost for it overall. I Guess Hospital Facilities. This is probably throughout the country. They're expected to lose about two hundred and two billion dollars so far losses because of canceled surgeries and costs associated with treatment of cove in nineteen. But a lot of these people especially if they're in San Francisco. There are not regretting over preparing. They're happy that they were able to do it. That we didn't need it and in case of a second wave that could possibly becoming some experts have said that they're at least ready for it snowed. Ucsf for example revenues last year. We're about four point five billion dollars and they haven't said what the is going to be this year but it's GonNa be a lot less than that for sure and I think there's already talk. Follow is going on throughout the nation and that number you mentioned two hundred two billion. That was an estimate for the American Hospital Association and there is going to be a lot of pain in terms of the budgetary red ink but alternative like you said outset overwhelmed. Hospitals people stacked up. I think that they want to make sure that didn't happen. And importantly we have this possibility of a dreaded second wave and so if we do get the second wave places like San Francisco going to be much better prepared than they would be otherwise so I think they feel like it definitely is worth it. Tell us about some of the cases that UCSF actually handled. I knew they handle some of the very very first cases there in the bay area and officials. There really felt like since they weren't overwhelmed. They really were able to kind of get good at it so when they had a few more they were already ready to go. So the first case in the country was up in the Seattle area but the next one is came down here in the bay area Ashley. Ucsf they've been doing some emergency planning late January when it hit Wuhan was moving to Europe and then headed here next and like the next weekend they got a couple from San Benito County with cove at nineteen and they were created and so ucsf was able to kind of practice they had a whole floor that was negative pressure for Cova cases and so they got to put on their full p kind of work out the kinks and whatnot and so they got some practice. The case started coming in but San Francisco overall. We've had like two thousand cases total in San Francisco since March compared to over two hundred thousand New York City but UCSF had about eighty five cases including four. Does I mean that. Sounds like a lot and they weren't no cases but it wasn't anything like they didn't anticipate definitely able to handle this. So where does? Ucsf STAN now. Do they leave that whole floor dedicated to cove in nineteen just in case as the time goes by scaling back and I am assuming also that they've started to at least do some other elective procedures have begun to do any of that stuff suspended elected and scheduled surgeries for a few ways. But they've gone back to that now. One interesting thing is food services. I was looking at. How do you plan for food services at a hospital cafeteria for pandemic and what they had done is that they had just completed? Retool THAT OPERATION. They had lost all of their customers. The Visser's visitors were prohibited from going in for a long time and so they had to skill their operations back. But that's starting to come back to normal. There's this back again. So the cost slowly leading up on a break and start recurring a little bit to normal. But they're still at the ready just in case Jim Carlton Reporter for The Wall Street Journal based in San Francisco. Thank you very much for joining us. Okay thank you pat. That's it for today. Join US on social media at Dye on both twitter and instagram. We just a comment give us a rating and tell us a stories that you're interested in all of us on iheartradio or subscribe wherever you get your podcast. This episode of the daily divers produced by Victor Right and engineered by Tony Sarin. Tina I'm Oscar Ramirez and this was your daily Gordon is a new podcast about the hundreds of women have gone missing and turn up murdered. Just a mile from El Paso Texas. The crimes are and extreme number starting to rise and then a lot of theories were floated on the gangs. The serial murder the cartels organ traffickers. The possibility of some sort of strange devil worship. It's been fifteen years since I first heard about these murders and I've been haunted ever since. How is it possible? These crimes remain unsolved. Join US journey to understand the conspiracy and culprits behind this horror story. 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The Daily Dive

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on The Daily Dive

"Most of south. America's cases are in Brazil which is part of the reason if not the reason why South America has just exploded in having the. Who even say it is now. One of the world's epicenter joining us now. Is Alex Ward reporter at Vox and Co host of the worldly podcast? Thanks for joining us. Alex happy to be here. Wanted to talk about where. The current corona virus epicenter seems to be. Obviously the United States has the most cases in the world but South America is quickly rising with the number of cases they have Brazil as a matter of fact is number two in the world with the largest number of confirmed cases currently. And there's what happened in China. What happened in America? Everybody suspects that it's actually worse than it is. Because lack of testing the healthcare systems are being overloaded. So Alex tell us a little bit about how South America has become this new corona virus epicenter while the stories somewhat begins and ends with Brazil. There President Gerbil scenario has refused to take on the crisis calling it. A little flew himself going outside and hanging out with supporters who are protesting lockdowns and promoting hydroxy. Caloric Wind is some sort of cure for the disease. Although there is no evidence to support that in fact there's a lot to say that it could be dangerous so while some regional leaders governors etc are trying to fight the disease. That's just not happening in part because the president is unwilling to put the nation's resources behind solving it so most of South America's cases are in Brazil. Which is part of the reason. If not the reason why South America has just exploded. You having the. Who even say it is now. One of the world's epicenters that said there are other cases happening elsewhere. But when we're really talking about South America's growth as a corona virus hotspot really is because of Brazil through and she lay our other big countries in South America. That are starting to see a lot of cases. Let's focus on Brazil a little bit more I have. They implemented any type of social distancing measures nationwide or. Is that a lot of this stuff. Just being done on the state and local level. It's really mostly down to state and local level. I mean Bolsonaro. Himself is not really willing to do a national program. Let's say part of the political crisis that he star started in Brazil. Is that governors. And mayors WANNA impose lockdowns than they are imposing lockdowns and some of the biggest places in the country where Generis Paulo Ulsan artisan. WanNa do that. So this is leading him to fight with his own political leader some of which are in his own party and for some of these are experts. Saying this there's some experts claiming that Wilson are doing this in part to claim more political power for himself that he's trying to use the corona virus to gain more influence in the executives to minimize the power of other leaders and that seems to be backfiring because hundreds of thousands are getting infected tens of thousands of dying. And it's just no end in sight for that crisis. Some of these South American countries are very poor and they're very food poor. There's not enough to go around so Brazil Peru Tsinghua. A lot of people are having to break their quarantines or get out into the public markets crowded public because they need to buy food. I think it's undoubtedly true that lockdowns and testing and tracing these are the things that are prescribed and are the best practices you have but the more you're looking at cases in South America and even parts of Africa. What we're finding is that lockdowns are kind of a rich nations day. It's really hard. For countries that have a high levels of poverty high levels of people in the informal sector? These are folks that really on aren't on tax rolls. They are musicians. Artists are street or may be these kinds of folks aren't able to purchase food and store it for long periods of time. They need to go outside for work. They need to go outside to get food to consume day of and you are seeing example. After example in places like ru and Chile wherever it could be heartbreaking testimony from people where they're saying basically have to choose between social distancing or getting booed from my family and some even said explicitly like by go outside? The Corona virus is a possibility. But if I don't go outside and get food starving surtee and so. This is the kind of choice now that people have to make in areas like South America. And it's part of the reason why social distancing and lockdowns and all these other kinds of measures which have worked with varying degrees of success elsewhere or just not really working in that part of the world interesting statistic from the twenty seventeen cents is out of Peru forty nine percent of Peruvian homes. Don't own a freezer. Basically so you mentioned people having to go out and have to purchase day of food. They have to get their food every day at these local markets and yeah. They're braving the large crowds to do so in that case. What do we know about the healthcare systems in the South American countries? Because obviously that is one of the big things getting overloaded too. Many patients not enough support to go round there. Would we know about their healthcare. Systems differ depending on the country but by and large. It's just not great. You know there. Aren't that many ice. You beds testing in tracing capabilities minimal. The amount of doctors available for patients are low in. You know there are tons of people who were saying. Poverty is quite widespread in South America. It's hard to people to pay for. Services and so there's great inequality in terms of our medical centers in impoverished areas as they are while there are some better ones in more urban centers in richer areas. And so this is part of the problem. Is that as more people get sick. The ability for people to go get care is just gonNa be really hard or even good care is going to be hard and the other issue here. It's America's now entering its winter right here in the United States. We are heading into summer but the southern hemisphere is heading into winter and that gets the flu season and this adds so the bunch of problems that the region already has with certain disease den gauge. It can at Cetera flu and then of course the coronavirus. It's only overwhelm already. Taxed and underfunded and under-resourced medical centers. Down the line just is not looking like a good situation to the point. Dive experts telling me they're expecting a major collapse of South America's healthcare systems over the next few months Alex Ward reporter at Vox and Co host of the worldly podcast. Thank you very much for joining us. Glad to be here capital. One knows. Life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why we created the capital. One assistant that looks out for surprise credit card charges like over tipping duplicate charges or potential fraud. Then sends an alert to your phone and helps if you need to fix them another way. Capital one is watching out for your money when you're not capital one. What's in your wallet? See CAPITAL ONE DOT com for details an IT career at it means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies.

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PRI's The World

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on PRI's The World

"At that time South Koreans were living under a military dictatorship and any music considered counterproductive to the regime. Could be banned unofficially. They will also going at the songs that they felt for Counterproductive to the government's propaganda. So happy music was also patriotic e. Tek Wong a Professor at Columbia University tells me that trump artists were also influenced by South Korea's booming economy grizzle. Don't turning to the all That they started off singing about missing their rural hometowns said well but eventually trot became part of urban life and artists saying about making it big in the big city cocoon on forty two little boredom. Boredom cut it up. Isa's young people from the Trot generation recalled modern girls and modern boys engineer. In some ways he says Trot helped give birth to K- PAS on got too much feature unique. You'll chickens sooner married couple living just outside of Seoul. They're in their early thirties and say they're all about trout music. It's great for Kariuki. And it's fun to dance to. And they say their three year old boy loves trot too the world. I'm Kelly Casula.

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PRI's The World

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Them out. We'll supply the guns even if someone's just a union killed in fact. Here's a list of WHO to kill the. Us provided material support monitored closely killing encouraged more killings and gave direction as to. Who took kill. You don't forget your putty up as we killed them as fast as possible dumped the bodies and went home so says one of the Indonesian killers in a documentary. Called the act of killing. One million people killed under a us-backed general named Suharto. Just to make sure a country. Ten thousand miles away was on team America. Then in South America something very similar to happen right wing movements in Latin America saw the extent to which the Indonesian massacre was a success. They saw that. Suharto got away with it. He joined the Group of nations that was favored by the most powerful country on earth the United States and they came up with their own programs. There were squads in Chile in Brazil. They spray painted. Jakarta is coming around cities between those two countries. Sixty to eighty thousand. Were murdered and presidents were ousted to. We're not talking about raging Stalinist. Either in Chile. Bevan says there weren't even communist leaning presidents liberal reforms presidents that carried out reforms that would be where within the Democratic Party might do in the United States. Okay so back to China of course. There are huge differences between the Soviets and modern China the US and Chinese economies are deeply interlinked and no one is saying Cold War Two point. Oh we'll have secret death. Squads the point is that the. Us has a history of overreacting to perceived threats like the war on terror yet some US politicians sound eager for a new Cold War. Here Senator Ted Cruz. Let me tell you. The men and women of Hong Kong are standing before their own Brandenburg Gate and the Communist Party in China is shivering in terror. The Brandenburg Gate was part of the Berlin Wall. Now about Hong.

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PRI's The World

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It's an unusual holiday this year as we can help but focus on people civilian and military who are dying now. Nearly a hundred thousand Americans have died from covid nineteen in the past three months. That's more American dead than from the Vietnam and Korean wars combined that is grim. The encouraging news is the number of daily reported cases in the US appears to be slowing in South America. Though cases are spiking the World Health Organization says the disease epicenter has now shifted their Carolina bucky epidemiologist at Harvard's t h Chan School of Public Health. Thanks for being with us today. Caroline so China Asia Than Europe and North America Africa and now this very active infection rate in South America. When you look at the pattern of the geographic spread of this virus of the last five months. What does it tell you? Well I think the pattern of spread I reflects international connections with the original epicenter in China through air travel and so forth and then since then we've seen efficient transmission in communities beyond that so As you mentioned the number of cases in the US seems to be declining but that really reflects a shift from transmission in large cities like New York which were attached to the original epicenter through air travel initially and a shift into the central part of the country and into other communities that are connected differently so the Patton of outbreaks is following the pattern of migration around the world after the original epicenter in. Wuhan that shift that you just described from a urban to rural communities like here in the state says that duplicated itself and other countries to yes I think. Initially the epidemics was seen in the cities in capital cities. But then we saw a shift to the communities in rural areas. And I think one thing that happened that we've seen over and over again. Is that some of the lockdowns had the impact of moving people out of the cities to rural areas. So we had a kind of you know. Normally we have rural to urban migration and this epidemic has led to policies like travel restrictions which seemed to have shifted people from an sent his out to rural locations and that efficiently transmitted the virus to different parts of the country so that shift as well as the natural progression of people. Traveling around has led to this lag in more rural areas that are only just starting to see that epidemics taking off. President trump is stopping most airline travel from Brazil to the US due to travel restrictions. Like that make any difference at this point. Well I think we have such widespread transmission across the US that is local. I don't think that the travel restrictions are going to make considerable difference to that in meantime get used to best hygiene practices because it sounds like they're going to be around for awhile absolutely this is not this is not going away. The virus is in our communities and it spreads very efficiently so we have to get used to the fact that we need to change all contact patterns. It doesn't have to be a lockdown or nothing. We need to find ways to reduce contacts between susceptible and infectious people in our workplaces at leisure in homes and so on and those social distancing interventions are going to be with us for some time so Memorial Day weekend. It's the official. Start OF SUMMER. There's a patchwork of different protocols and different states for reopening As well as in countries in Europe like Italy on all trying to get back to some degree of normal. What are you most worried about at this point? I think the biggest concern is. That states are reopening without having sufficiently good surveillance to be able to monitor the epidemic. So what that means is if you if you can't monitor infections when they happen than what will happen is that the state will be reactive to for example a such in deaths from covid nineteen. And if you'll reacting to a surge in deaths than you're already behind the curve because deaths occurred three weeks after the infection that caused them so if states do not have sufficiently good surveillance in place. It means they will constantly be reacting too late to what's happening with transmission of the virus and once deaths assessing. You've already got very widespread transmission in your community so my biggest concern is that the valence systems. Necessary to really keep tabs on. What's happening with infections in the community on not sufficient right now and that means that states won't be able to change course if they need to and make sensible policy decisions based on evidence about what's happening in their communities. Caroline Bucky is in epidemiologist at Harvard. T H Chan School of Public Health. Thank you very much for being with us on this Memorial Day. Thank you thank you for having me. China is sending a strong message to Washington today. Stay out of our affairs. In Hong Kong this coming after both Republicans and Democrats threatened sanctions against Beijing over their new plan. Security Law for Hong Kong Beijing's Foreign Ministry today accused Washington of trying to harm China's national security mini-van fundraiser when Jansher Dinsdale. He buys spokesman a Zhao Legion accusing. Us of quote complete lies turning black into white and quote and he described Beijing's efforts in Hong Kong as fighting terrorism. This is just the latest salvo in a long running feud between the US and China Washington and Beijing have big disagreements over trade technology and territory in the Pacific but the atmosphere now has become downright toxic stirring up talk of a new Cold War as that takes hold. How bad could things get? The world's Patrick win reports. There's this buzzword among Chinese officials little Gen Suwa Cold War mentality being cheese them dense Louis. Lean who abandoned the cold? War Mentality says China's foreign affairs spokesman the US treating us like the Soviet Union. They say viewing everything that comes out of China as a threat to America like when trump talks about the corona virus. This is worse than Pearl Harbor. This is worse than the World Trade Center. There's never been an attack like this and it should have never happened. Could have been stopped at the source could have been stopped in China. So here we go again. The United States versus the world's number two power if this is Cold War Two point. Oh we should revisit the first Cold War. It was probably worse than what you learn in school. For starters. It was not cold at all. It was a Cold War for the two most powerful nations on earth the United States and the Soviet Union but for the rest of the role. That was anything but cold. It was it was hot and it was bloody and it was constant. Vincent Bevan's is the author of a new book called The Jakarta method. That's all about the Cold War not the war in Korea the Cuban Missile Crisis Vietnam. The parts everyone knows about but plots that were so well covered up that only now. Are we learning? Just how bad they were through. Declassified files like a us-backed mass murderer campaign that started in Asia and spread to Latin America in more than twenty countries. There was the intentional mass murder of unarmed civilians. Usually for being us or being accused of being leftist it started in Indonesia biggest country in Southeast Asia and back in the nineteen sixties. They had the largest communist party outside China and the USSR. The party wasn't that hard core. They didn't even have guns but they were popular. Here's one of their anthems a a west the CIA they told Indonesia's military wipe.

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"south america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"south america" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And Jew who conflicts reflected through our American Indian nations thanks in North America and South America could you comment can I comment on the the I'm not quite following the V. anti semitic charges based on how does that relate to indigenous peoples like I did I miss that well there are a lot of loose sounds birds of Ralph Nader for instance talks about anti semitic politicking and some of the same news sources the M. Braves Ralph Nader are very much are there any door string of Palestinian people and they relate to American Indian nations well I see okay I think I got so the people who are anti Israel Israel so to speak came into into the Middle East the Jews came to the Middle East and uprooted the indigenous people and that just as the Americans approve of the indigenous people I think that that's what he's saying this is the this is the argument so first of all the indigenous people to that area through through the Middle East there were Jews Jews preceded the existence of of Muslims a bar a let's see to twenty six hundred years it would be twelve twelve eighteen hundred years eighteen hundred years of the being a the exodus twelve hundred BC knows Abraham would go back to sixteen hundred BC so sixteen hundred so twenty two hundred years all right so for anybody uprooted anybody you could argue that it was the most loans invading the Middle East who from Arabia who uprooted the Jews are the Romans had approved the Jews even before that so these these arguments are are preposterous the the point is when person says two hundred and twelve countries have the right to exist except one the size of New Jersey which happens to be Jewish and it's the only Jewish country Jews have a right to regard that person is it as their enemy with that ram types of medic in their heart or not is irrelevant but it is a relevant question why if all the countries of the earth is only the Jewish one illegitimate in your rice that's a that's a legitimate question there was a twenty two Arab countries I don't remember the number eighteen other the one Jewish one has the right fifty six Muslim countries but one Jewish can't exist okay thank you for that I got a video on that Prager you fear interested and let's see take a general question Dave in Milwaukee high hello yep hi there yeah yeah yeah my question not talking about our obligations for happiness I'm generally a happy person and I know that obligation at home and I try to carry it with me I'm not I'm a Christian and I like to share the gospel with people and I like to help people but I'm all of them about specifically smoking cigars with friends from other people people put up a front eleven million sites and through hard to discern when people are hurting and you need to go deeper what it because it's all right yes I don't right up it's a very very important question I I eat this is my method I ask people questions and if they if they don't want to answer they have a perfect right to say you know I just want to go there and then you know that you you can't go there obviously but I I don't stop with how are you if I if I actually want a conversation a real conversation hi I will just proceed so you know how are your kids and you know make a generalized statement so for example you're obviously conservative and religious guy so you might want to say you know I was reading the other day or heard on the radio the other day half half of the people who are a conservative their kids turn out the on the left how's it been with your kids in this regard that's that's a real question that that opens up there's no front there they could say I'd rather not talk about it in my life I've never had that answer people people do like to talk about themselves and open up if they trust you and if you do it if you do it effectively that's what I do I ask questions that into you yeah it helps a lot because there's such a lot so much pain out there that's right that's exactly correct you know my phrase if paper water the world would drown that is exactly right look you folks open up to me on the radio with a with a with millions listening so obviously you're anonymous I get that but still sitting around with the cigar or a beer or playing cards or whatever I think it's it I think people can be opened up and should be we'll be back I'm Dennis Prager the Dennis Prager show live from the relief actor pain free studio hi this is Dennis Prager the longer I live the more I realize that many people a lot of people really over forty or fifty have aches and pains but can start affecting the way they live the way they sleep or get around you know what I'm talking about Pete and Jeff Talbott the owners of relief factor created this one hundred percent drug free supplement to help people like me my wife just about everybody I know with low back pain.

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"south america" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"south america" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Have time to figure out what's going on. And I said, well, I don't have any details about what's going on with this, baby. Maybe something's going on maybe earthquake earthquakes again. I said, yeah. Earthquakes, we had one of New Zealand. We had one achie- lay. We've got another one in Cleveland. Cleveland's having earthquakes Cleveland Ohio to the second one. And then you know it's just a crazy time to be alive. Oh. And also. Blackout happened in South America. I was I was looking at my phone. You're not when you get the. Breaking news thing. Well, I got breaking news alert fed blackout in Buenos. Aires. Blackout an autograph parts of Parkway. I'm thinking, okay, well, what's going on there? It's weird. Maybe there's gonna be another earthquake this time Argentina. And again, I didn't have any time to read about what happened. I was a bit worried though, because, you know, when you hear about, you know, stuff that goes on in South America, you wonder if it's going to happen here, but I know in Venezuela had their blackout, I remember did a whole show and I said, hey, you know, they have a blackout imagine how they're living in Venezuela right now match. What have we had a blackout here in the United States? Well Argentina's, a different thing because I, I lived there, I used to live there. And I know how it'd be especially now because I mean it's just barely turning into winter there. So it's gonna be cold. Yeah. In Argentina, South South America. You know that the where it's worse position they temperate,.

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"south america" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"south america" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Adam made a mistake. She drew him in away from the light. Do you see that? And and so when. Eves had I didn't die. When I eat the fruit, and he looked at it and became drawn into this and said, yes, maybe that's true and eight. And it made an excuse. That's the worst. Do you make excuses? Yes. You make excuses and blame everybody else. But you make an excuse an excuse is the evidence that you're lying hot. Kat, avoiding the truth sets you free. Everyone of you have that. You have given in to pressure to temptation, but where it is really dangerous is with a man looking at a women and being drawn into her any one of them can do it any one of them. You will you have the idea. What? No, it doesn't know what love is where you feel the pull any feel sense of worth. But I say what s. Breath. When the when the drug pusher comes up from the jungles of South America to give you a gift which you have to pay for. But you can't live with it. And you can't live without it is sucking the life hours of you and taking the love your love away from God to it. So you embrace stop this. Hell comes into the universe fighting the those who are good. I know what love is. Now, gentlemen, please condition understand what I'm about to say. You young men. And if you're. If you're still not married. Moment for moment. Thank you continue. Two. Ooh. Excuse me. Please argue do my programs of my eyes closed. Always do. And don't look for bits and pieces just that it flow. That's the way it is. But if you have the world upside down. If you respond to. The calling of the dockside the force. It will eat you alive. Strange being will grow up inside you instead of bright lights being of light light being of light. And being made not from emotion. Like animal. You think emotion, which draws you? That's what draws you. But so kills you. Don't believe for one minute. The emotion is human. What will kill you know? More emotion. You get. The more. You need to fulfill. What was lost emotion when let me stop right here and are taking my call in a minute. Let me say make a point. This is what ROY masters is done. For all the ninety years except for the first seven years where I began to learn it. Is not true. React. To anything. Never mind what it is. Loyalty. Pens on finding the light that shines in your eyes from within close your eyes and look at your eyelids. Look at your either with your eyes closed. You are looking at the inside of your eye, and you can see pictures. False. Judgements. And you Iraq to those. And the more you react to what judgment which is built inside your now because the minute you get upset the minute you become angry or upset the minute. You be intimidated. It will pull you right in. Like the little girl. Don't let her pull you in. And she says, yes. I know how to do it. Now. She is in the light. She's the in the light. So nobody can upset this little go. No as she goes up to make hits an miss every now, and then, but she's a longing person. And she's calling grandpa saying is it right? To be pulled in a different way. Don't let anything pool you. Gentlemen. Do not let a beautiful woman pull you in like an idiot. Hell will come with every family? And even though it looks good on the outside is not good on the inside. And sooner or later, your dying from Kansas, man..

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"south america" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"south america" Discussed on KCRW

"South America. I'm Nicola cruise on a musician based in Ecuador, mainly focus and electronic music. Kind of mixing the folklore roots from around South America creates vivid townscapes using various instruments, including wood, flutes percussions and small guitars, leaving the place like Ecuador. He just feels natural. You know, all around folklore roots are quite a prison. You turn on the radio, and you listen to folkloric music. It came to a point where I was I was making techno music Fuster BPM, and I decided to slow down and. Investigated like music from here never thinking about like what would sale or whatever, you know. And. They got to a point where I created this song called sinus young which opens but in the. That really made me take step back. Then. Realize what what I was doing like really fills magical filled powerful Nikola cruise released the Song San Ascione on his first album for years ago. Now, he's out with the second project called secret secret is a.

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"south america" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"south america" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Wouldn't it be great to know that he went into the center of the earth and saw extraterrestrials and all kinds of things. I want a great story. I love I love that story. I, you know, I always always have these since I was a kid. I always enjoyed reading about these theories about the Halloween, and and everything like that. You know, I I'm still not entirely convinced that there aren't you know, like giant tunnels and caverns underneath the I'm sure there are inhabited. I don't know. Exactly, exactly. You know, the hope he's called them and people. Well, you know, South America, you know, there are still a tunnel means discovered today that were built who knows I need, you know. Thousands of years ago. You know, the locals know all about them, and you know, archaeologists now just just discovering them. That's amazing work in Tim. Give us your websites if you would. Yeah. The only main website is conspiracy journal dot com again conspiracy journal dot com. All kinds of interesting articles book offers things like that. Stay with us. We're gonna come back in a moment on coast to coast AM and take phone calls. Not only about Jeff the talking Mongoose. But also the story of Richard bird in. He also has a book out. Tim's got a book out called the lost journals of Nicola tesla as well. As you know, when tesla died somebody rated his office and took all his journals. Find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast.

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