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"south america" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Direct impact. Fans, he can hide to drive you around anything huge. Isn't it? Do, they know what you doing for them as part of footsteps for food. On. I think it's win or the only ones or other people doing this and I think that our love of NGOs trying to make some place is so now I'm missing something that reminded out there within the community but we're actually justice about two. Now that we've that I got to start distributing it. GOING, to be food packs will end up. To people with guides through that process to make sure that stunt well, obviously to make sure as much of that money gets to the people needed as possible So yeah, I I flew the will be to help us many people's also, but that's a big logistical job. Hey, how you doing that? You'll pay off his people on the ground doing that. You're able to Nazi thing some you know we. Refer very integrated business, which which seemed like a great idea and silk I bid. So, we've got our operations over there for we've got to tell who is well which you know we. Did. We just rank trash fought at the start of the. And that was really important having nice businesses there as well because. When we did touch repatriation skipping out of Peru which. Must appoint because Roy blocks in between suburbs and things like this. Ole, opry. Whatever to get people essentially to the aircraft. That's just mind lying when you think about happened to organize all that. Well, they I mean that was. F- Lot et Peru we went from from Peru lock down the country We organized a fly out to get time within two weeks which which sounds like. Quite a long time Dr possibly. But when you think this is dishes on don out of a normal. Some commercially was done military. He couldn't get from seven to sign full because of the roadblocks. Many logistical challenges to become in two weeks. Had the fly by ratio closing down as well in striking was closing the borders inside. All these sort of. Things we have to jump through Harbach subsidize two weeks. It was it was difficult to But that was a great thing. We have the resources. Of. we knew we need tell gum. Resources Air without to recieve interest in what to do. So at least we can if them to fight for something like this. To them something today we mentioned board clauses and James. The. Story of I'll say here in Australia so for the international audience I guess could bring you up to speed currently. There are several hotspots around Australia and that's affecting, which states you can and cannot visit. So how is this is James Traveling with the idea for walking across the country is doing well, he's doing well, he's he's GonNa he's GonNa up some little shin-splints amendment but he's resting that a little bit Austin yesterday and he's talking to parents die but he's he says he's feeling. Reasonably. Good Sorry. It's always it's a long way sold has columbus that he's doing give you an on the earth skyline. So it's straight months of we'll. He's pretty much self isolated. anyways. Just walking along the right on his. Absolutely, we could justify that and he has got to continue to. Go up into the and trait at Yeah. It's. It's a little bit of challenge. Unbeatable. Worried but I'm so. Happy into the northern start running out of rides to welcome. That way. Well that's Ron, the united he's got to be careful because he's this little prams that he pushes his water food in. Here and things like that on the surface But if a track because of the bracket, bit of a show in one of the wheels fell off the prime. So he knows. I-IF GAR is she had to go buy on for So yes, she's gotta be He's gotTa be careful but he terminate young man and I'm refund why look that you would put it by being it is yes reckless what a side that would pay. On. Three wheel platform and you know he sits invest sixty seventy kilos with water food and everything else. and. Here's this lead pushing Pram Australia. Final questions how to people help because by rising this money we can. We can help out AL friends in South America. Yes. Oh I mean I go to the Gym Adventures Woodside, which is Chairman VEGES DOT com. And you'll say there on the front page, we mentioned footsteps for food, which is which is what James is doing and You can read all of out of the donation and things like that. We talk about Antarctica is a growing place to visit. The, ultimate social distancing spot, what's the future of travel according to you? What's the thinking of you being doing about how ties pandemic? SORTA possibly to stages in this right I know they're have a crystal ball but. I know in European and North America they're already studying international travel during the pandemic and in that short to medium international travels going to be doing less group travel. Old GonNa be it's going to be focused on destinations where. You think you can avoid amick as much as possible onto smaller grapes route. Twenty thirty people or at least having awesome selection process before he goes to group souls screen process. Yeah I think in the longer term. You know I think I i. hope that things who more or less to normal. Concerns. Got Untruths but from what ought saying that united able who likes sort of troops in especially exhibition crazing X., which I think is what which is bench is quite different from regular. about it so done have any sees by be able to sell trips to Antarctica the probably biggest question mark everybody has. A vaccines. It will can. Get back traveling internationally in. Cross. That happened some point towards the end of this year. And people can stop real again. We will have a link to footsteps food and Chima Adventures in shy nights plus in an upcoming episode Phil, we're GonNA learn about a literary projects launched as Maine's for Peruvian God's to and money using these storytelling skills during covid. How does that sounds fantastic idea i. Speaking a great audience if you've got one the new to pass it on to news email, which is podcast at will no. MEDS DOT COM, and get to share and subscribe to the Wildman meds travel podcast where review get your favorite poets. Now Nixed.
"Round one is classic. British sitcoms. Number One. What was the name of the fictional holiday come featured in the nine thousand nine hundred Sitcom Heidi high. Number two. Which Sitcom of the late nineteen eighties and early nineties revolved around the Ambrose family and the characters that frequented their Bob Shop Peckham. Number three. Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies featured a landlord called Rupert. Spinster. The roof, a medical student Alan and Philip. Self identified some of an African tribal chief. Number Four. Which alternative comedian played Tory backbencher Allen starred in the New Statesman. Number. Five Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies had a theme tune but incorporated into its opening bars the show's title in Morse Code. Round two is the letter P in geography. So all answers here begin with the letter p. Number six. Situated in the Caribbean Sea which unincorporated territory of USA has long been discussed for inclusion as the first fifty first of the US states. Number. Seven. which Spanish city the second largest of the Basque region is famous for its annual running of the Bulls event. NEBR-. In which region of South America shared internationally by Argentina and Chile is there an estimated population of between fifteen hundred and five thousand speakers of the Welsh language? Night. which subregion of Oceania is prized of thousands of Pacific islands including Tonga Summer under Cook Islands.
Volcanoes of Life
"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb, and I'm Joe McCormack in today, we're going to be talking about something that I've been thinking about doing an episode on for a while ever since I read an article while back that really interested me, and that is the surprising and kind of counterintuitive link that has been proposed by many geologists now between life as we know it. It on earth and the fires of Mount Doom, specifically, the the most violent and scary of geologic processes like volcanic eruptions on the movement of tectonic plates. Yeah. This is a great topic to get into. We kind of had a I guess a preamble to this a couple of episodes ago when we were talking about eggs and we talked about the volcano birds and the idea of a volcano being seeming. Almost. Paradoxically to be something that can nourish. As opposed to something. That's just a purely destructive force. Oh, I. didn't think about that comparison at all. But yeah, the the way that the volcanic sand babysits the egg for for the megapode so that it can just run off and do its own thing. Yeah. Raised by a volcano. But so I thought a great place to start here might be with a brief reading from volusia. It is a famous old norse epic poem from the collection that is known as the Poetic Edda. Now, this is a synonymous work. The author is unknown, but the volusia tells the story of the norse Gods culminating in their destruction in the fiery doom of Ragnarok can I'm just GonNa read a couple of Quad trains here. In Anger Smites, the water of the earth forth from their homes must all men flee nine paces fares the son of Jurgen and slain by the serpent fearless. He sinks the Sun. Turns Black Earth sinks in the see the hot stores down from heaven or world fierce gross. The steam and the life feeding flame till fire leaps high about heaven, itself Nice and one fun thing about this poem. It's bit of Tolkien Trivia Robert Tell me if you've heard this before, but the name of the wizard Gandalf that first appeared in Tolkien's. Tolkien's the Hobbit and then of course, the best character in Lord of the Rings, the name of Gandalf comes from the Veloce token, actually borrowed the name from a section known as the tally of the dwarves from this epic poem. Originally, he was going to apply it to the character in the Hobbit, who became thorn oaken shield the leader of the Dwarf Party. But then he decided later on that, it made more sense to apply the name of Gandalf. The wizard. I think because again, Dal means something like magic staff l.. and. I think he made the right choice like, Gandalf. That makes more sense for the wizard than for Thorin. Think. So but cool thing that happens in this poem sort of part of the RAGNAROK. Myth is that there is a rebirth that follows this fiery doom know after the fire leaps high heaven and the Kingdom of the Gods is destroyed. Earth is not just left in cinders instead, there is a renewal from the fire and the author writes now do I see the earth new Rizal Green from the waves again, the cataracts fall and the Eagle flies and And Fish, he catches beneath the cliffs. So there's this great link between Fiery Cataclysm and rebirth and renewal of life in norse mythology, and and of course, you know these are symbolic elements. I'm not suggesting that they had some kind of scientific insight with this is something that I think is taken as a metaphor largely about human life itself, but coincidentally, it ends up kind of ringing true with things. We're finding out about geology and nature. Well, it's something you see in a lot of different mythological cycles, right I. mean you see it in Hindu mythology? In. Various. American mythologies. Thinking about. Meslin. South America in particular society that things will rise things will fall that there will be cataclysm that whole world will be destroyed, but new worlds will rise out of them and have risen out of them before. Yeah. I was thinking about themes of fiery eruption in the greening of the earth together or sort of a creator destroyer duality. One that came to my mind that that I thought, you might know something about because I know I've heard you talk about Hawaiian mythology before was the Palay myth. Yeah. Yeah. The Hawaiian got his Palay is an interesting example, a deity of fire and Volkan Ism I was reading a book titled Pay Volcano Goddess. Goddess of Hawaii by H are low nemo, and he points out that when Polynesian voyagers I arrived in Hawaii, they brought their gods with
How Long Can Andean Condors Fly Without Flapping Their Wings
"Imagine your average three-year-old human child something around three feet or a meter tall probably covered in jam a now imagine that child trying to get off the ground with a pair of wings bid have to be pretty big wings. Welcome to the plight of the Indian condor species name Volt Hor griffiths the heaviest flying bird in the world. Weighing in at up to thirty three pounds or fifteen kilos, they keep their heavy bodies in the air with some of the longest wings in the world there wingspan can range over ten feet long that's over three meters. There are only a handful of birds carnally living on our planet have larger wings spans, and they're all pelagics, birds, a plastic birds being seabirds that soar over the open ocean for weeks at a time, such as fast petrels and sheer waters. As far as we know, the largest brand ever fly was the Pella. Gorna Sanders C., which lived twenty five to twenty, eight million years ago and was twice as large as the biggest bird living today with a wingspan of twenty four feet over seven meters. Seabirds can accomplish this. Thanks in part to the literally uplifting winds that flow over oceans the Indian condor. Mostly relies on updrafts high in the Andes mountains across much of Western, south. America. The problem with being such a huge bird is that it makes getting off the ground or even flapping those giant wings and flight a bit of an ordeal. Soaring is easy once they're up in the sky and that's mainly what Andean condors do they just float like hang gliders in the air currents sometimes serving the ground for dead animals to eat as a scavenger and sometimes just having an APP. But this means that taking off is the most costly part of the birds overall energy supply. Scientists have always known that they spend very little time flapping their wings but a study published in July of twenty. Twenty and the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found the Andean condors flap, their wings, a sum total of almost never. Not, only to the researchers find colossal birds, flap their wings one percent of their total flight time they discovered a bird could fly for five hours and more than one hundred miles or one hundred, fifty kilometers without flapping them once. The research team found that weather didn't affect how much flapping the condors were doing. Study Co author Hannah Williams a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Animal Behavior said in a press release. This suggests that decisions about when and where to land are crucial as not only do condor's need to be able to take off again but unnecessary landings will add significantly to their overall flight costs. All of which means that in Congress must understand how to use thermals, thermals being invisible patterns and bubbles of air moving all around in the atmosphere to their advantage, and they must understand this much better than scientists previously gave them credit for.
Phenom-nom-nom -- Redux
"Lumpy dirty potato spread slowly through Europe being brought back from South America to Spain in fifteen seventy. The Swiss believed that potato consumption would lead to infection of the lymph nodes. The Burgundy. Region of France outlawed their cultivation altogether. Some thought that spuds would cause sterility while others thought that they caused rampant sexuality. We Have Antoine Augustin Parmentier to thank for our fries, Mash and hashbrowns. Forced to subsist on potatoes on exclusively as a prisoner of the PRUSSIANS during the seven years' war poverty are not only survived, but found that he thrived. Changing public opinion was an uphill battle, however, even serving potatoes to the KINK who suffered no ill effects wasn't enough. Permit years genius stroke was to make. People think they weren't allowed to have potatoes. He had his land filled with potato plots and hired guards to protect it. Guards who were instructed to turn a blind eye to all theft and accept any and all bribes so that the public would steal the potatoes and grow them on their own land. After a time Parmentier dismissed the. And as he expected, the locals raided the land and stole almost every potato plant growing there. By the following year, nearly every farmer in the region was growing their own potatoes. The potatoes, geographical and botanical cousin. The tomato fared better initially. Spain Portugal and Italy welcomed it with open mouths, the rest of Europe not as much. Tomatoes were blamed for health problems in in the upper-class people who were willing to eat them. The wealthy eight from pewter plates, a metal, high and let. The acid from the tomatoes would lead the lead from the plates, resulting in sometimes fatal lead poisoning. Even the American colonies of the seventeen hundreds view tomatoes as a curious ornamental plant. Making matters worse the Tomato Horn. Warm a conspicuously ugly three or four inch, long green worm with a Red Horn on its rear that can ruin tomato crops was considered to be independently business, and as dangerous as a rattlesnake. It reality. You've probably seen them in your own garden. You can just pick them off by hand to dispatch them in whatever manner see fit. Lee Apocryphal champion of the Wolf Peach as tomatoes were sometimes known was New Jersey Gentleman farmer. Robert Gibbon Johnson. According to the Salem. Society in eighteen twenty around two thousand people. We're jammed into the town square. Johnson emerged from his mansion and headed up market street toward the courthouse, dressed in his usual black suit with white ruffles, black shoes and gloves try corn, hat and cane. At the courthouse steps, he spoke to the crowd. To help dispel the toll tales and fantastic fables that you've been hearing and to prove to you that it is not poisonous I am going to eat one right now. There was not a sound as he dramatically brought the tomato to his lips and took a bite. A woman in the crowd screamed and fainted, but no one paid her any attention. They were all watching Johnson as he took one bite. After another, he raised both arms. The crowd cheered, and the firemen's band blared song. He's done it. They shouted. He's alive. We, know the tomatoes and potatoes come from central and South America but lots of foods don't come from where we've been led to believe. Let's go to a lightning round real quick. Croissants art from France they were created in Vienna Austria in sixteen, Eighty, three to commemorate the defeat of Turkish forces who were attempting to tunnel under the city and were heard by bakers who were up in the early hours of morning, beginning their trade. The Anna also gave Danish pastry. Sorry Denmark. French fries are Belgian and pulp. Fiction was telling us the truth about the manny's. Though it comes in many flavors, so give it more as ALII. Philadelphia cream cheese was invented in New York and don't bother ordering London Broil. In Britain, it's an American monitor for cheap top round steak to make them sound fancier.
Tropical Storm Gonzalo closes in on the Caribbean
"Relatively quiet season in the Pacific so far, but now Hurricane Douglas is bearing down on Hawaii. It's a major hurricane but is expected to weaken before it hits the island Sunday in the Atlantic. However, there's already been eight named storms. Tropical Storm Hanna is forecast to bring a lot of rain and possible flooding to South Texas this weekend. Another tropical storm Gonzalo isn't expected to threaten the U. S. A small system moving west into the Caribbean near South America. Meteorologists are already tracking another system that's just come off the West African coast. None of this surprises forecasters like Phil Clots back. He's a research scientist at Colorado State University, who puts together a seasonal forecast each year. Water temperatures in the
America's 'Never-Ending Battle Against Flesh-Eating Worms'
"It was two thousand sixteen in the Florida keys, and a little species endangered deer called. The key deer weren't acting right. People just start noticing that these seem to be having these wounds on their heads that Sarah Zang a reporter with the Atlantic. She says the deer looked like they'd been injured by something. There were gashes on their heads. They're kind of like walking on the street like really shaking their head and they're trying to shake something off. Warning right here. It is about to get gross like like real Gross Kim Gable is a big, pine key resident and the deer in her area. You'll see gaping holes or wounds, their neck, or in their in their head, and you'll see them shaking their head. You would see dear like almost half its head would be missing, and you could see down to the skull. And eventually ears start dying in. You know it's become this big mystery of why dying, especially with these really really awful wounds on their heads. Local scientists looked into it and eventually tests confirmed the deer were infected with the parasite. Its scientific name is see Omnivore ax, which means man eater. It's more commonly known as Descru- were. The scorer is actually the magic of a fly, and this flight only lays its eggs in the wounds of live animals, and it's maggots squirm only life flesh so they're. They're flesh-eating squirms and. Sarah they sound. Your they're your best friend not. As they eat, the wound grows attracting more flies, which create more maggots which turn into more flies, you gotTA. Be can spread really fast, so local authorities in Florida took some drastic measures to okay. At least fifty of the one thousand key deer, the national key deer refuge have been euthanized on the roads out of town. Checkpoints were set where anyone traveling with a pet needed to stop, so those pets leaving the keys have to get their animal's checked out to make sure they are clear. Clear this deadly parasite, the goal which they achieved by the way was to protect as many deer as possible and keep the screw worm from leaving the keys see this outbreak was kind of a fluke screw worms used to devastate livestock in the US, but they were a radical more than fifty years ago and that's because to this day. The USDA maintains an international screw worm barrier. Along the border between Panama and Colombia, the thinnest strip of land, connecting north and South America and every league planes loaded with sterilize squirms fly over this patch of land and release millions of sterilize squirms. And this has been going on for decades. It's the biggest parasite control operation. You've never heard of at least. This is wild. Sarah I am embarrassed to say. I had no idea now I also no idea until twenty sixteen, I started writing about scurrilous.
A New Album Turns The Sound Of Endangered Birds Into Electronic Music
"An international collective of electronic deejays and composers is taking their beats out of the dance club, and into jungles and forests. It's all to help save nature's greatest singers. Birds Catalina Maria. Johnson has the story of a guide to the Birdsong Project Robin. Perkins is a thirty three road DJ composer producer originally from glass of England. He goes by the name A. Spanish for the. Perkins produced his first project in Twenty fifteen a guy to the Birdsong of South America. The whole project was born of this idea of taking the songs of endangered birds and challenging musicians to make a piece of music from and so trying to marry these worlds of activism, all conservation Goodson and joining us. Perkins invited artists from each of the endangered or threatened birds homelands to build their own solves around the Birdsong. The beautiful thing about electronic music is that it opens up this whole toolbox of things that you can vies do right so you can take a sample of a bird song and do five million things to it. You can turn into an instrument itself. You can reverse it. You can have effects. You can sample. Ed Perkins has just finished the second project. A guy to the Birdsong of Mexico Central, America and the Caribbean. One of the musicians who responded to his call is Nicaraguan Sonic artist that on behavioral. She chose the Turquoise Proud Maat Maat or Guatemala. rankle to me was a very clear choice as a child I would see this bird freely flying around and meeting his partner, the travel in pairs most of the time in my backyard for sunsets. Beautiful mystical moment every day. What about wrangle is threatened by loss of habitat primarily due to deforestation, it's also Nicaragua's national bird. This bird represents a lot of symbolic in my area of the world's, because it represents freedom and these Central American countries have been striving for political social economic freedom for a long time. The idea of freedom was also part of the impetus for Al Ovando choice. Ovando is a member of the renowned Gutty for collective, that also includes musicians from what the my love on us and Nicaragua for the collective's contribution to the album Ovando chose the endangered black cat. Like the guava uncle, the black cat birds freedom is threatened by loss of habitat. Obando feels his people have a special kinship with the catbird and struggle for survival, like you've just imagining US coming all the way from the coast of West Africa into the Caribbean, ending up in believes that still continuing the struggle and trying to be part of what the world is today. Ovando also happens to be a devoted burger. He even convinced the. The band to add a technical writer to its contracts when the musicians perform at festivals, so we know what we should just add it on and just put just for fun. You know some of us in the collective avid burgers, and if it here's anybody at the festival. Who'd like to burning? We would love to go birding with them married. They would know some places some hot spots. In Oh, we could check out some birds. As with the first scalpels, all of the profits from the new release will support organizations in each region. One of them is birds, Caribbean. It's executive director Lisa. Sorenson explains how the recording not only help her efforts, but may also yield extended benefits helping to develop sites in the Caribbean that need infrastructure for example, there might be a beautiful place to go see birds, but there's no trail. There's no interpretive sign edge there to tell you about what you're seeing. So we're envisioning funding from this project will help us advance building the supply and building the demand for sustainable burden nature tourism. That's project founder. Robin Perkins wish to yeah. Hopefully people will come away from the album. Feeling inspired and feeling the need to listen against the Birdsong around them to do something to protect the natural spaces that we need to survive proceeds from a guide to the Birdsong of Mexico Central America, and the Caribbean will also benefit nonprofits in Costa Rica and Mexico.
Miami Feds Seize $3.2 Million In Venezuela Vehicle Smuggling Ring At Port Everglades
"Of vehicles are now in federal custody in Florida, where officials say the cars were about to be smuggled to South America. Homeland Security investigations say they have seized 81 vehicles valued at more than $3 million which were about to be shipped off to Venezuela in a smuggling ring that sought to evade US sanctions on the South American socialistic tape your ship The cars are Mercedes Benz, JAG, you our Land Rover and Lexus. Federal agents say the smuggling is traced to one of the world's largest money launderers. Venezuelan Broadcasting an insurance business magnate, Raoul Goran. Gordon's previously been charged with $1,000,000,000 bribery schemes
Brazil's president tests positive for COVID-19
"Bolson Arrow has tested positive for Corona virus. Shortly after the presidential palace said he had been displaying symptoms associated with the disease. South America's largest country is second only to the U. S. For the highest number of confirmed cases. Now the president of Brazil Is positive. Aunt has had symptoms. Now the mayor of Atlanta, uh, she's she has been tested positive, but I don't think she has any symptoms. And of
Backyard Birding 101
"Okay so we're talking with ornithologists Viviana Reese. Gutierrez and she says if you're around the east coast and you looked outside your window. You might have seen some pretty cool birds this past month Baltimore. Orioles Brisa grows, speaks were also seeing buntings. These cool birds mostly showed up in the spring after migrating from places like central and South America and Yang. Migration is wild. Yes, so in general forty percent of all bird species around the world migrate, and they really come up here to take advantage of the resources like increase. Increase Insect availability much fear predators, and they'll be here about until August and then they'll go back down to the tropics again. And these journeys, these migration journeys are pretty impressive like I don't think people realize how far they travel, and and and and how long it takes, you know they use various ways to navigate these the sun and stars, magnetic fields they can fly anywhere from fifteen to about fifty five miles per hour and travel anywhere from fifteen to six hundred miles a day. Oh my gosh, the blackboard warbler. He basically doubles his body weight, and he flies non stop for eighty six hours for about twenty three hundred miles. Wow, wow, while the really really really impressive. In once, the birds finally got here. It was time to find a mate I. Asked Fabiano. What one eligible bird might be looking for in another so there is song actually so? That's one of the things if it sings a really good song. If. It's right on page that means like. Yes, this is this is going to be a good mate. color color is also another for example and in some species if they're brighter red. And or the length of their tails, those are indicators at this is a really high quality mate. I should accept a partner, but a lot of it is it is the song yeah I mean I yeah, isn't it always? Musicians do well. Go beyond you know what I mean. It's true. And then, of course, there's the dancing so for example red wing blackbirds, really really funny dances and displace attract their mates. Described the dance to me, please with the they can shake and display their wings, and they've really sing their little hearts out to attract other maids. Haven't we all? Exactly. These little love birds have to compete for attention and competition is fierce out. There y'all so some folks have noticed for example cardinals fighting with one of their mirrors in their cars repeatedly. Become so aggressive, but sometimes they just fight with their own reflection even so. You'll notice birds fighting a lot more and just being a lot more vocal, but as they start nesting. You'll see that that will decrease by this time in the year, most of those fighting birds have settled down focused on being new parents, tending their nests and feeding their young. And Viviana says there are a few things that we can do to help our little bird neighbors out, and that's a question that even asked myself. You know how how can I really help? Birds at home and one of the main ways is to keep cats inside. So it's estimated that cats, even domestic cads that get fed a lot these still go out and hunt and really
Summer Stargazing Special
"Time once again for to be has to go on hiatus. You've got a couple of months on your own to explore the night sky, but before we say goodbye. We'd like to make a few suggestions. And I think it's important that we are going to have a totally northern hemisphere. Perspective here. Sorry. We're sorry, but we. We live in the northern summer. Is the Warburg time in our minds? July August that's when the heat arrives for the folks in Australia These Zealand. South Africa South America, we understand that these recommendations will not be quite as relevant, but we'll try to make the change what things you can enjoy as well. Nights with your longer nights. Yeah, many of the objects you see the same fix, but it's just it's colder. It's not it's not. It's not as fun to go outside and hang out. What can people see this summer? I think the most important thing to go out and try, and do is just observe our milky. Way Find Yourself a Hammock Alon Chair someway to dislike back and relax. Use Your binoculars borrow someone else's binoculars if you don't have any. And just explore that band of light that goes through. Is the summer triangle, which is AL, Tair Vega and the NAB. Really will help you find well. One of the cooler regions. Angle. Well we have the Ring Nebula not too far away from Vega. cygnus is home of Algeria which is one of the coolest double stars in the sky with one extremely red. Star in one extremely blue star that become visible with. Maser. Just just explore as starting point make no plans sub to figure out where the Milky Way is and just scandal lawn along looking for faint fuzzies, and and this is. For, you I'm not sure how good of a Milky Way view. You have there. I have a very good view to the sky, but I still it's worth heading out of town. To get away from the light pollution to get to those truly dark skies, and I know for a lot of people you look at the dark sky maps for the folks on the East Coast and it's it's a nightmare. You you will have to go, but but this is the kind of event that that if you have not experienced the milky, way with your own eyes or If you have not. And, you're looking for something to do this summer, it's a perfect. Like socially distanced activity, because you can take your family hop in the car plan and evening where you drive out. Maybe you're going to take a couple of hours, but anywhere on the east coast. You can get to dark skies within a couple of hours even from the core of New York City. If you're able to to drive this, some forest that are. A couple of hours away where you can see the Milky Way, no problem and just go. Plan a night of it. Leave a little late. Let people sleep in the car. While you drive out there and so you can arrive at like. In the evening. And Get a beautiful view of of the night sky, or set up early and then everyone pass out, and then have an alarm clock go off at like one of the morning and get everybody up to be able to see it. But. You should do this and it's. There's no reason not to camping is somewhat safe. Yeah, yeah, outside away from other people. Yeah, it's it's the restrooms you have to worry about, but campgrounds are open, and some of the primitive campgrounds are about as safe as you can get. Away from everything, except for the raccoons always hang your garbage up freight. Or lead in the car. But. Yeah I think that is great, and so what are the? What are the ways that people can get the most out of the Milky Way? Honestly the best thing that you can do is start out where you know where you are on the sky. This is where using the summer triangle in the extremely bright star Vega as a starting point can be a great way to get yourself oriented. Find that Bright Vega. Use It to figure out where the NAB is Cygnus the swan use it defined tear for Aquilla once. You're oriented. Stick your Benach in the middle and scan, and every time you find something, faint and Fuzzy. Pause and then either use your phone or finding chart to figure out what amazing Nebula it is. You found this time. This is the cool thing about just. Streaming through. With your binoculars is, you're just GONNA. Keep finding nebulous star cluster nebulous star cluster one after another. Is Is global or star cluster season, so you can see a in Hercules. There's a couple a bunch all scattered around, and because we're seeing them above and below the disk of the milky, way into warmer, able to start seeing the core of the Milky Way. These are all starting to rise up in the sky as well so again, so Milky Way and again. If you have not seen that, knock that off your list. This is your chance this summer time and Sagittarius and the heart of our galaxy is up in the evening for part of the summer, so it's perfectly timed for the family. And and this gives you a chance to say. I am looking at a supermassive black hole right now. You can't see it. It's black hole, but you're looking in the correct direction, and so that's just one of those. Moments of finding your place in the universe of I'm standing here on this planet, looking at the heart of my galaxy, and in that direction there's a supermassive black hole. When I was in Australia in. July so I guess it was around that time, and it was their winter, but it was still very warm, because I was fairly far north. You could see the core of the Milky Way just passing directly overhead, absolutely stunning, and then because where I was, the skies were so dark. You could see those Nebula? Does these little faint? Reddish patches in the sky when you looked with Benach healers, and when you took a picture with your with your camera, you got to see.
Summer Stargazing Special
"Time once again for to be has to go on hiatus. You've got a couple of months on your own to explore the night sky, but before we say goodbye. We'd like to make a few suggestions. And I think it's important that we are going to have a totally northern hemisphere. Perspective here. Sorry. We're sorry, but we. We live in the northern summer. Is the Warburg time in our minds? July August that's when the heat arrives for the folks in Australia These Zealand. South Africa South America, we understand that these recommendations will not be quite as relevant, but we'll try to make the change what things you can enjoy as well. Nights with your longer nights. Yeah, many of the objects you see the same fix, but it's just it's colder. It's not it's not. It's not as fun to go outside and hang out. What can people see this summer? I think the most important thing to go out and try, and do is just observe our milky. Way Find Yourself a Hammock Alon Chair someway to dislike back and relax. Use Your binoculars borrow someone else's binoculars if you don't have any. And just explore that band of light that goes through. Is the summer triangle, which is AL, Tair Vega and the NAB. Really will help you find well. One of the cooler regions. Angle. Well we have the Ring Nebula not too far away from Vega. cygnus is home of Algeria which is one of the coolest double stars in the sky with one extremely red. Star in one extremely blue star that become visible with. Maser. Just just explore as starting point make no plans sub to figure out where the Milky Way is and just scandal lawn along looking for faint fuzzies,
Why Is Carmine, a Dye Made from Bugs, So Popular?
"Red Velvet cake and strawberry ice cream aren't only in the. They'll satisfy your sweet tooth. They likely share common ingredient made from a not so common source that gives them their red to pink Hue. That's Carmen a natural Red Dye, also labelled as cockatiel extract, e, One, twenty or natural, red dye four, and it owes its beauty to a teeny tiny bug, the female coach Neil Bug to be precise. In addition to its possible gross out factor, this tasteless FDA approved extract has a history full of. and. Intrigue a Betsy Ross even used this bright red dye to make red stripes on the very first American flag. The Koch Neil is a slate bug that feeds on prickly pear. Plants grown throughout Mexico South America southwestern United States, and the Canary Islands off the coast of Spain. The male Cockatiel plays its own unique role in nature, but it's the wingless legless female that interests dye makers. If you go looking for her, you won't find her vibrant red bounty on display. The female Koch Neal's grey exterior is covered in a white powder that protects her from predators as well as the scorching sun. And since the juice from CACTI her only source of nutrition, she boroughs in his. A bit stubborn about releasing her hold. In order to harvest the Koch Neil, the prickly pear pads are cut and brought to factories so that the bugs can be pulled out and processed, but it takes some serious people power. Approximately seventy thousand continentals are needed to create just one pound of die. That's a little less than half a kilo. Once harvested bugs are dried ground and mixed alcohol, solution or other compounds like borax. They give way to a vibrant long-lasting die that can be used to make colors from scarlet purple to pink to Peach. have been used to color everything from textiles to pottery, since the Neolithic period or New Stone Age with the majority, sourced from vegetables, plants and trees. Bugs have had their place to not only the Koch. Neil, another elusive die associated with wealth enroll status. Tyrian purple was made from the glands of snails. Neil bug is native to Mesoamerica. The AZTECS are believed to be the first to use Carmen to fill their lives with stunning shades of Crimson, when Spanish colonizers arrived in the Americas learned about Carmen and built enormous wealth by monopolizing the cockatiel market Spain kept the source of the color secret, and even made export the die a legal punishable by death. Coveted by the wealthy. The Royal Family is in the artist's crossed Europe. This die created fertile ground for contention. Those cumbersome and secretive production methods certainly made Carmen expensive. The car itself was an explosive part of Carmen's mystery and popularity. We spoke with Amy Butler. Greenfield author of the perfect read via email. She said red is the color of blood fired that end desire, and we can't help it. Respond to it on many levels. It makes her eyes dilate, and our breath come faster, and it's freighted with symbolic meaning. Also there are very few natural dyes that make a lasting bright true read so good ones had the value of rarity. Ounce ounce. Kacha new is the most powerful natural red dye in the world. That's why it was prized. When industrialization arrived in the mid eighteen hundreds, the demand for textiles increased dramatically and created a need for more cost effective dies. Chemists began to use petroleum and coal to formulate synthetic ones ultimately reducing the need for the Cockatiel bug. The shift towards synthetics pushed Carmen to the background, but it didn't disappear, and now it's making a comeback. Showing up on ingredient lists for anything from cake POPs to lipstick. Greenfield said when reports started linking synthetic grads to cancer and hyperactivity, and as people started taking an interest in natural foods in general, the market for catch. Neil began to rebound. So if Carmen is a natural product without the negative long-term effects of why did the coffee giant starbucks along with numerous other companies? Stop using it to add colour to their products. Well Carmen is safe for the majority of people can cause an allergic reaction, and besides that safety concern folks like Vegetarians vegans and people who keep kosher helped advocate for the change, but no matter whether you find eating a bug, appalling, fascinating or dangerous for such a tiny insect. The Koch Neil Bug has certainly left a vivid mark on culture, beating attractions, the beauty and power of red.
How Many Continents Are There?
"Two plus two equals four the world's Brown. There are seven continents on earth. But that last one isn't quite so cut and dried here. In the United States students learned that there are seven continents North, America. South America Europe Asia. Africa, Australia and Arctic. But that's hardly the last word on the matter and much of Europe students learn that there are six continents Africa. America Antarctica Asia Australia slash. And Europe. There's a five continent model which lists Africa. Europe Asia America and Oceana Slash Australia, and that's by the way why there are five rings on the Olympic, flag. And, some experts think that four is the way to go using as their criteria landmasses. Separated by water rather than manmade So Afro Eurasia America and Arca and. As recently as the eighteen hundreds, some people said there were just too. It's the old including Europe Africa and Asia and the new encompassing north and South America. So what really makes a continent continent? We spoke by email with Dan Montello. A geography professor at the University of California Santa Barbara he said nothing really determines a continent except historical convention, a bit of an overstatement, but mostly valid a certain factors make a landmass more or less likely to be called a continent at various times in history by various people, but nothing can be said to determine continent tally, a completely principled, non arbitrary way. Take for example, the vast country of Russia six point, six million square miles or seventeen million square kilometers a why has often been counted as part of Europe, rather than Asia Montello explained. The Euro Mountains are taken to separate Asia and Europe. But only because Russians wanted their great city of Moscow to be European, so the euros were a convenient marker for that arbitrary decision. Continents are mostly spatially contiguous collections of landmasses larger than countries, but smaller than hemispheres of course cotton's do not necessarily fit entirely within single earth hemispheres, and thus cannot be defined by ranges of latitude or longitude. Okay, so how about plate tectonics if certain landmasses are constrained to one of those massive shifting hulks? Can we safely call it? A continent Montello Says No. Quote Plate tectonics has nothing to do with it historically, and it certainly could not provide a principal basis for continents now. Nearly every continent includes parts of multiple plates. The. Same goes for climate after all continents contain multiple climates as evidenced by Alaska's Arctic. Chill compared with Florida's humid heat. They're both part of North, America. Mountain ranges and coastlines are useless to as our culture and politics. Montella said neither ethnicity race culture nor politics has ever defined continents except by conventional theories that were largely mythical such as old and fallacious ideas about correspondences between races and continents. Politically Hawaii is part of the US but is in Oceania rather than north. America Greenland is controlled by Denmark for now, but is considered part of the North American continent. So really it boils down to whom and when you ask Montello, said no one can say as a matter of principle fact, how many cotton's there are because the decisions are largely based on convention and convention that goes in and out of fashion over time, and is still debated today. He concedes these days. Many geographers would opt for a list of
Pacific Coast Pirate Battle
"Welcome to kiss Miss Mysteries signed. Your host could crumb true to the name of this podcast, which is true mysteries of the Pacific northwest. Pirates off Oregon's Pacific Northwest Coast. Pick up any book on the Golden Age Pirates sixteen fifty to seventeen thirty, and it would have you believe that they sailed the Atlantic only, but in fact when the English begin actively pursuing what they called privateers and hanging entire crews, many pirates fled attempted to sail around. Cape Horn southernmost tip, south, America but few survive with the Atlantic and Pacific collided strong winds, large waves, predictable, current and icebergs challenged every vessel. Pirates formed gala. -Tarian orders based on elected officials mutual trust they did. Did make some crews captured vessels. Walk the plank. Yes, that really did happen. In eighteen twenty two captain of the British ship Rudd poll was made to walk the plank when his ship was captured by the pirate ship, Emmanuel before turning himself in Captain Kidd buried his treasure buried treasure so war on Long Island. He was hanged for piracy in London before it could retrieve it, but for two hundred years from fifteen, sixty, five, eighteen, fifteen, a Spanish treasury across the Pacific from Alka Poco Laden. With gold and silver. Silver that had been caravan across the isthmus of two one to pack from there. They sailed to new Spain at the time Manila unchallenged until sixteen, Ninety nine late. In that year, the five master pirate ship Peach made the run around Cape Hope Captain by Jack Berryman. The Spanish treasure galleon left behind by the rest of the Spanish fleet was just ten days out of the port of all Caputo Cho sailing. It'll lacy five knots Minoa when they were intercepted by another vessel when the peach pulled within five hundred yards. Yards of the and unfurled Charlie Roger and fired her twenty two cannon on the heavily Laden gallion without hesitation captain, Fernandez distant million unloaded. His sixteen cannons in response and beat a hasty retreat up the coast, of North, America, no match speed because of the gold and silver. He carried the PASSAIC couldn't lose the peach. The San Jose carried eighty pounds of goal, twenty-six tons of on coin, silver and four hundred thousand pesos for ten days with what the damage Rudder Santeria led the peach on a wild chase up. Up Coast of North America finally accurate off the rugged coast, the captain of the peace saw his chance and sailed to within a hundred yards of the guy, in for the best effect of short range cannons, and let fire all twenty two guns in a final show of defiance South Jose, unleashed her sixteen cannons by chance they hit the powder stores or the peach, blowing the ship to splinters, but it was too late for the San Jose sinking by the Stern, the captain gathered the ship's log perched on the bow. Bow made his final entry dated seventeen o one January half of his crew of sixty were lost in the final battle the remains managed wrath from the decking paddle through the surging forty degree water towards shore with the sun, high overhead, the sea retreated leaving the San Jose on Solid, seafloor on her starboard side, wrath and crew, high and dry captain until you crossed himself. As he watched a hundred foot wave sweeping from the ocean, the final entry in the log read longitude forty five point five one six degrees. Degrees north latitude one twenty three point nine, one nine four degrees west with a very slight adjustment of just a couple degrees, the final resting place of the treasure Galleon Song Jose is just off the Oregon coast, a little out from the town of Cohen,
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"Then and then fishing without nets happened in. That was a huge span of time because we shot for like four hundred. Went down for like eight months went back and finished shooting. The next year, so. but that was the project then allowed the big step into the studio system which was. The producer on that was Rupert Wyatt. He was an exact producer. Plan the apes. He was helping. Qatar are directors ins clutter to kind of. With general questions about things in any way, you like my work on, and so he literally called me up one day. and was like. Do Project Review. And we finally linked up on a little commercial down in south, America and then he called me again in I have this. Script for the exorcist Don't hang up on me. No way okay. This is okay. This was this. This is the fastest time line I think. We've interviewed a lot of DVD's. This
Julie Towner CEO of Towner Communications
"Julie Good Morning Welcome to dose of leadership. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you for having me I'm really excited. I'm excited to you know what I was doing. The research morning getting up and looking at your background and very interested in how? Someone started out in the fashion industry ended up being an entrepreneur and a CEO of a communications company. So this is going to be a fun conversation. Yeah, it's GonNa it's GonNa be weird. So, what was the dream the dream you were going to be this? Fashion designer, you got into fashion obviously for reason and spend a lot of time in it. Yeah. What was the dream? Well. It's funny because you know people, people say fashion and all that kind of stuff. It makes me sound very glamorous and I got into. Industry because I liked how things were made so my. A CLICHE My passion really wasn't fashion A. It was. It was how things remain as manufacturing production. And Apparel was just easy to get into you at the time there is a really great program at the university that I went to and I had some really outstanding opportunities to travel abroad during my education. so I was very very lucky to get the opportunity to. Become a production manager for gap INC DOWN IN MIAMI. And what I did and still I mean this is if I could go back to this in just live my entire life on a factory floor as bazaars at town. That's what I would do right. Of Your and So I was in charge of getting the designs from. New York or San Francisco? And reengineering them in costing them in sourcing the fabrics in in all of the hardware details in. Pleasing men in South America I was in charge of the Americas and Taking them from the RND stage all the way to win. They hit a distribution center. I loved it I. Love the process of how things were made. Even now I. I'm the Nerd that watches the how it's made show right? If it's anything in a factory in if it's how things are put together, I probably probably should have been some sort of engineer but I. I. Don't enjoy mass. So I had the chance to travel the world and. Most recently I. Did a lot of work in India and China, and that was a wonderful experience, not just in how things are done in factories, but culture and You know just being more worldly known experiences. I get it. I mean when I got laid off from American host telling you earlier. One of my first job was in the manufacturing company, and at one point I became they were. They started sourcing stuff from China and Mexico, and they asked me to. Start the international operations department, which sounds pretty heady, but it was just a team of one. But eventually grew, and we started going to Mexico and China and I'm with you in watching the whole process from. Coming up with you know working with our own. Design Marketing and coming up with the concept meeting with the buyers at the big box and coming up, and then finding a factory to source it in developing the relationships, and then when it when you know purchasing on on A. You kinda betting that this is going to start the manufacturing to meet the the shipping deadlines, and you still don't have anything finally approved in, so you're kinda betting on risk. You know you start producing on risk and I. Get it i. mean the whole thing is just. Amazing right and there's always every morning as unique problem. There's something that happened so I get it. It's kind of fun to watch the whole process. I guess what I'm hearing. You say and I'm kind of with you. You're kind of an operations person at heart rate I'm I'm with man I've done I? Get that completely. Yeah, yeah, and you know we used to. We used to talk about how our job was literally putting out fires. Get Out. That that's what we did, it's interesting that I am when I first moved to Kansas City I I worked for a company here for a very short time. They hired me for my production. Experience in a you know I. I tried to bring all these lessons to them in. As simple as you know how we how. We were shipping these little toys. and. I said you know they. They have to be in packages. They You can't just throw them in boxes. You know it's GonNa. Get what no, no, we've never had that happen. I said okay well. You know I lost millions of dollars worth their genes during Hurricane Katrina, but whatever you know exactly. Did and it was. It was ironic that that shipment actually the shipment of these toys actually came in, and there had been an accident. in shipping in all of the things were were wet, so nobody nobody ever listens to me. So they last several several million dollars worth of product as well. You didn't want to say I told you so.
"south america" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"Period to try to help some of these businesses, and also beyond the issue of restaurants, you have people just needing to to exercise. These officials say sidewalks in some places crowded. Cities can be too narrow sort of cars. Buzzing buys so they're trying to find ways to address is now. Is Mike Laris Transportation reporter at the Washington Post, thanks for joining US Mike. You Bet nice to talk to you. We're talking about reopening America getting back to normal, but there's a lot of stuff that won't be normal for a little while they're. Social distancing will remain with us for quite some time it seems and the force distancing that's required by corona virus right now is leading to a lot of cities to close some public spaces. Some public roads to make room so that residents can walk a little more freely we. We can open a bike lanes and especially for restaurants, a lot of people are doing kind of out door seating just to help with the distancing and help with the airflow, and all that and some of the cities are closing these roads so that even the restaurants can start moving into those roads with their seating arrangements, Mike. Tell us a little bit about what's going on to help. Reopen the country. It's been really quite interesting I. talked to transportation and city officials around the country for the story, and they basically said that they were trying to do everything they could to help. Businesses open up especially restaurants where it was too dangerous to have people packed inside, they said one solution was to sort of help everyone, get outside, and that even includes on public streets that have been closed down. That was done in Tampa in Florida. It's being considered in Washington. Washington, DC, it's being done in other places around the country. The idea is just. Can we do anything creative in this sort of awful period to try to help some of these businesses, and also beyond the issue of restaurants, you have people just needing to to exercise. These officials say sidewalks in some places crowded. Cities can be too narrow sort of cars. Buzzing buys so they're trying to find ways to address. That would've officials said about some of these. These propose ideas. It seems like they are getting a lot of support at least to close the roadways and whatnot really anything to do to get people out there and get the economy moving again. It's been interesting to talk to the folks in Minneapolis and what they were able to sort of cut through some of the bureaucratic problems that usually come up when you're trying to do anything in government, and they were able to stitch together, even just the city. City of Minneapolis thirty eight miles of protected roadways for walking biking for rolling for people with disabilities, just trying to find ways to sort of take this awful situation and see if they can't sort of ease. People's Discomfort Oakland is a big example of doing this. They have a plan that's called slow streets, so they've been closing a lot of the roadways to allow people to get out and move. Tell us a little bit about what they've been doing. The people that Oakland were really early on this, and in talking to some of the city's elsewhere the country they've been talking to the peacful in Oakland. Oakland was able to so far close off about twenty miles of neighbourhood streets. They call them soft closures that they put up. A barrier is say through traffic, but they let delivery trucks come in. They let people drive back up to their homes, but they just say this is not a through street. This is not for sort of barreling through and that it's going to be used. Used by more than cars I mean the folks in Oakland described seeing parents with young kids on scooters at the same time as a recycling truck, which is pretty hard to imagine, but officials there said that drivers were taking incredibly seriously, and that parents were comfortable in these neighborhoods where they had clear barriers, and said this is not for through Traffic Oakland's and interesting case, too, because they got some sort of feedback early on that. Hey, this is welcome. They found from surveys that they found. That allows people responding to the surveys. Surveys were better off and tend to be wider and from neighborhoods where people earn more money, and so what they did is just on Friday they kind of re-jigger some of the programs, so that now they're also trying to target wider thoroughfares to try to slow down traffic so that if someone is walking to the supermarket or some other sort of a central place is what they call it that the cars will be slower that people have more room to walk and that they'd be able to get across streets, so it's A. A pretty interesting that that people have been saying essentially that they need to be Nimble. If changes like this are to be lasting, you said it there, so the big question is traffic. How are they handling traffic? Because of your closing streets that were once being widely used. Let's say it's GonNa create backups in other areas and I know traffic may be a little light right now, but we're already starting to see it. Pick back up as more people are getting out there. How are they going to handle this part of it? That really does seem like the crucial question. You mentioned part of it, which is that traffic is down a lot right now? What the officials say is that in this context of slower than normal traffic, things have been working well, and they seem to be sort of dividing this into a couple of pieces in some neighborhoods, some of the precise talk to Oakland. Oakland and others say that they hope to be able to continue this first significant amount of time and those neighborhoods. The the contention is essentially 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. Had People's sort of responding that this is some sort of leftist effort to sort of take over the public streets for an ideological 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. Conversations I had was that streets make up what 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. Fifty three ovid cases of. Now Jim Carlton Reporter for The Wall Street Journal and San Francisco. Thanks for joining US Jim. How're you doin' 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. 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 I mean. We're on the West Coast, a lot of Chinese airline Chinese flights. 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.
"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.
"south america" Discussed on KCBS All News
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"south america" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Those are three really worrying situations in three countries. I mean but this is clearly a worry for the whole of South America. Water people thinking about right now I think people are in many places are dealing with sort of immediate financial economic realities of what is happening bedded. Columbia. We seeing these people hanging red piece of cloth and flags outside of their windows. Because they've got no food been Argentina. We're seeing people live in the FA Velez really really struggling. Because they've got no I out to work anymore. We've seen stories from Peru Pomona Scum Anti Gay in. Ib Komo who are off. Work is trying to break Corentin. Lockdowns flee from Lima to their homes. Because there's just no coat in the city the public health crisis we've got a massive economic crisis all across Latin America. I mean well. You're sitting. People have watched Kobe. Nineteen hit China. They've watched it spread through Asia. They've watched the center of this pandemic move to Europe and then on to the US. They must be really faring. The fact that the numbers are rising. And as you say. They've already been suffering because of the impact of the lockdown measures. If I just bring it back to Brazil is that why Bolsonaro is doing this because of the economic collapse that they are faring. I think long pretty good explanation for what Bowl Sonata is doing. As it is taking a very cold political calculation that is if the virus. Rex Brazil's economy it also wrecks his Johnson's reelection in twenty twenty two and therefore he is going to try and resist these lockdowns or at least pretended trying to resist them so that he can as one analyst. Put it to me this week. Throw the crisis in throw the corpses onto the laps of the regional governors. Blame it on them and try and come out of this looking like to jump into the pool..
"south america" Discussed on Today in Focus
"On People's apartment blocks can see the silhouettes of people coming to their windows as they're on television giving his address to the you sudden these hearing people banging pots and pans or whatever they can grab leading out of their windows off Belkin Eaten Chelsea and get out both get out you hear people shouting by need to which is a nickname supporters legend. But what is really surprised me? Is that even in the district of real which voted really heavily. Also now to even hear I can hear. The people of Brazil may be confined to their homes as we are here but that's not stopping them from turning up to protest as the Guardians. Latin America correspondent. Tom Phillips can hear from his window in Rio de Janeiro. The anger of the country's president is getting louder. Jay Leno Reyes flagrant disregard for lockdown. Meshes LAID DOWN BY STATE? Governors comes as the number of covert cases. Continue to rise and South America. It's not just Brazil that is grappling with the scale of this virus. We seem to be a few weeks behind Europe. Here and South American governments had the benefit of a few weeks to try and get these lockdowns in place because of what they see coming their way but even so I think the next few weeks look look good from the Guardian. I'm initially Astana today. Infocus Kovic continued spread into South America. Tom You'll currently in Rio. Why you that so I was on holiday with my family. My wife is president and we were visiting her parents in Rio with our son. When this all began in early March and now ninety percent of flights have been cancelled in South America and we are unable to get damages have been imposed in the city so most Brazilian states. Brio site is one of them are now under sort of partial lockdown. Which means that. The governor here in Rio is asking people not to go outside and it's absolutely necessary. Certain not to go to the beach. Only keep workers are allowed out. There is now a requirement by the match US mosques and the borders are closed. So you can't drive to Sao Paulo all Bellagio nearby cities anymore. As we head people are still finding ways to protest against Bolsonaro. What are they getting angry about? The immediate drive of the protests. That has been his pretty astonishing reaction. Sukkur on a virus and its arrival in Brazil. Ever since the end of February when the first case was detected here he has repeatedly tried to downplay corona viruses threats and undermine guidelines put in place by his health ministry is described his media hysteria as a political trick is called on a virus genome a bit of a cold. Despite his health ministries recommendation Mattie isolate himself after being exposed to infected officials president joyous scenario fist-bump and took self fees at a rally on Sunday in mid March. When most cities starts going lockdown he started egging on and actually attended anti congressional protests in Brasilia outside his palace one Brazilian newspaper. The calculated are. He'd been mingling fist bumping with the crowd the both not had direct contact with two hundred seventy two different people had handled at one hundred twenty eight mobile phones that were given to him by people in the crowd to try and take selfies and also in the background is the fact that many of his top officials went to monologue were in in Florida to meet with Donald Trump. In early March. We had dinner together and Florida with the entire delegation. We sat next to each other for a period of time had a great conversation and subsequently more people on delegation including some really really big figures in the Brazilian government have tested positive for covert both refused on refuses to this day to publish his results. So there is a suspicion amongst many Brazilians. We don't know whether there's a basis for it that ball's not a boss at some point actually infected with the virus and it still has been out mingling socially directly putting Brazilian lives at risk. So he basically may have immunity and is encouraging other people to take the risk of coming out. That's what a lot of people think. Did he disappear from via after that trap don't think he disappeared from lots of people are social media to photograph him coughing during his facebook? Lives and Sunday again. He was out and he was spluttering relating. I mean who knows what we do know. Is that Brazil's lower house has given him a thirty day deadline to produce those test results either way. His reaction to this has made people really really angry. Because I think it is undermining the health ministry's efforts to try and control something that could potentially be devastating for Brazil. He's the president. Why is it that? He doesn't have the power to ease the lockdown if he doesn't agree with that so what we have seen over the last few weeks is not something. We've seen in decades of Brazilian politics a remarkable rebellion by the governors of Brazil's twenty seven states so nearly all of them have decided to introduce social listening saying isolation. What they're calling Dana closing their borders closing businesses closing shopping centers. That they're doing that and frankly a lot of balls Nada can do about it. It's not clear to me whether he actually wants to do away with these lockdowns but he certainly wants to be seen to be opposing them because his stick at the moment is to present himself. As a champion of Brazil's impoverished workers who is trying to get the economy working because obviously even before the viruses cools the massive public health crisis. Which we think is coming. It is having a massive economic impact on Brazil and other parts of Latin America. The other way to help they today massive economic measures so they doing them in Brazil so after after much kicking screaming and pushing. From Brazil's opposition the government has started offering to the benefit payment of six hundred highs which is about sixty pounds sixty per month for three months.
"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.
"south america" Discussed on Here & Now
"In a way, that is not tense. In a way that we will not see that the, the situation around around is ratcheted up even more. What is it good question? And is not going to be easy because in the case of North Korea, for example, there were a lot of regional powers who really wanted to see the tensions calmed down when President Trump and Kim Jong UN's sat down. You had China South Korea Japan. Everybody if you like wanted things to get better the problem with Iran. Is that a lot of America's regional friends? Saudi Arabia, Israel, the United Arab Emirates zone, wouldn't mind. Those tensions remaining pretty bad because they are deeply hostile towards Iran. They think Iran is very hostile towards them. And so I think it's, it's not going to be that easy. But as a minimum, I would say that has to be some sign of sanctions relief rather than additional sanctions coming from America to give the Iranians political cover, and I think the Iranians go to show some indication that they are prepared to be less involved in disruptive behavior. In other parts of the region, each side is going to have to give something because the present situation, I didn't think is good for anyone and the president of the United States, despite some of the bombast, some of the threats towards Iran, come from around him does not seem to be a man who lightly wants to start another war in them. At least. Cepeda west McColl is a former British ambassador to Washington. He was stationed in Iran, as a diplomat. Thanks for joining us. Thank you will next Tuesday, there will be a total solar eclipse, but it won't be visible in the US, only South America and some regions in the Pacific. Paul Maili will be at sea to watch. He's an astronomer who hosts guided eclipse, tours with the ring of fire expeditions. I spoke with him just before he departed from Tahiti yesterday. I have a group of one hundred and forty six people were boarding, the Windstar win spirit. And we're headed for an area of about two hundred and fifty kilometers, southeast of a small atoll, call off awry, which is about five days journey from Tahiti by ship, and you're going to be in the path of totality. Right. For the eclipse, that's our plan. Okay. And I assume in that part of the world at this time of year, you're not going to have to deal with any possible cloud, cover oil, you never. This is a tropical area. So, yeah, we'll probably have to deal with CS and cloud cover to some extent. And because there are no reporting stations in that area were having to take our chances using whether models and satellite real time data, and who, who are these people that are willing to travel all the way across the globe to see an eclipse, many of them are experienced clip tracers, but predominantly the majority right now or excited enough after the big eclipse, and the United States in August the twenty seventeen so this will be their second eclipse..
"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.
"south america" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"And saying that we must stop. The invasion of people from central and South America. It's almost like. He's saying they're coming to get us. And using fear tactics. In fact, in an interview he did with axios. He said that people his supporters or get angry. If he did not talk the way, he talks and. Almost like a wink of he's playing to the crowd. This kind of blatant and obvious race based approach. Has since his campaign further polarized and divided the nation. And he's playing it all the way into the mid term elections when you contrast the unifying message of an Oprah and divisive message of us against them of a Trump. It gives you the big picture. Of what these mid term elections. And what the entire elections. Since sixteen has come to be about. You may not agree..
"south america" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"I was watching that movie district. Nine. You ever watch that movie with district nine. What is that up? Their picture. I saw I saw district nine when it came out, but I always think about this about people like it's impossible for us to be honest with someone because we are never honest with ourselves. It's not never, but it's so hard to be honest with ourselves for, and this is what made me think about it all over again. I was watching the movie district nine and in the movie district nine, I'm not gonna ruin it for you, but in the beginning. So the movies about these aliens come down to earth in there in South America and be what. All right. So I never got sorry. There in South Africa and one higher, correct me in a good way. So there in South Africa and they, they land there. They've been there already and they have like these area that is like the quote, unquote ghetto where they stay and hang out and the South Africans are like, you know what? We need to move them. So they get the government in South Africa to move them into these basically camps, which is a lot like what you see now going on with Trump's wall and shit like that. So what happens is they get one of the guys in one of these government positions that. Is like, you're going to be the guy that leads and goes into these houses. And basically it's a peon job. It's dangerous, but he's I, I'll do it because like, awesome. You guys need me. He's like one of these little guys. That's a beta. The end ends up in this position like, yeah, cool. Everyone likes me. I'll do it. So he goes and does it. And when he does it, he's there and he's like, he's looking for paraphernalia for weapons. He's looking for drugs and he finds us one thing. We're such a goofball kind of happy that he's still got this position. And so he's like, okay, so we found this one thing. I don't know what it is, and this is what the movie's about is in the beginning. So I'm not running, but this canister. Spray it pops and it sprays and it goes into his face and he starts coughing and he's like, oh, I don't know what it is, but it's, he's like, it's not a weapon, but it's it's definitely dangerous. So or he he's not a weapon, but it's dangerous. So I'm taking it in, but it it can be dangerous. But it's it's definitely not a weapon, and then he gets sprayed and he's like, don't worry. It's not a weapon. It's not a weapon, and he's lying to us, but he thinks he's telling the truth. He's just lying to himself. He saying it out loud because he wants it to not be true. So he's lying to them self. So him telling us that is not necessarily a lie. He thinks it's the truth, but he's but he probably would know it if you really sat down and thought, oh no, I'm actually scared it as weapon. I'm saying it's dangerous, but it's not a weapon which makes no sense of dangerous. It is a weapon. So. That is what we do all day long. We do version of that all day long. We do it all day long. We do it consciously when somebody says you hungry, I'm not hungry. We don't need to eat, but you are hungry. And then we do stuff like where it's like, dude, I'm happy with my body like this fucking. I don't want to be one of those guys that doesn't eat carbs and doesn't enjoy life when really you want to good body or whatever the fuck, right. But a lot of those people are like that. So. It's hard to not be a liar is my point raw fucking line all day long. We're all lying to ourselves all day long because we shit like that. Man..
"south america" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"This is really great stuff so how do we how do we become more global well i think one of the things that you see that great creators come up with ideas based on these sort of world that they ingest so consumptions actually hugely important part of creativity you know we talk about craters is always doing is always producing but actually the best creators are also always consuming they constantly trying to learn more 'cause that's what gives them the raw materials for their creativity to work on the trinity for the light bulb moments and so i think if you want to be more global it's essential to consume that way it's essentially consume more globally you're not going to have great ideas that play well in south america if you're never consuming culture information about south america's just not gonna happen so i think you're consumption is actually your first step to that consume more globally if you wanna create more globally right right who out of all the people that you interviewed for the book what was what were some of the a ha like really so fascinating moments for you well one thing that i notice pretty early on was these people who are at the top of their crafts like the tippy tippy top they're actually incredibly nice they're incredibly so refreshing to hear that.
"south america" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"It like we know what gather wore out of the out of war we route rebuilt europe and japan that's why we had a booming economy but you talk about what fifty years ago what happened it helps some companies some companies were very involved says that sounds like the fallacy to me in south america is bad got one window guys you gotta house one window broke out somebody come by one of broke they break another one no the the broken window fallacy is the idea that destroying a thing and then hiring a person to recreate the destroyed thing is somehow boon to the economy and that's bs lindell for eleven sometime but i never i've been accused of that before but the thing about it is mark marking hand mark we will we have we have our downfall directly linked to the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four we have political wreck political correctness because of the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four now anybody out there i know you have a spot audience all you have to do is pbs dot org and look up george c wallace and get his speech the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four hoax of fraud and a sham and read that and then you'll be able to see exactly what happened it allow colored people to come into the market that diluted the labor force and i'd also done a lot of other things that destroyed a lot of bike business and black black people moving forward as they should have done it they would have been kept in segregation and jim rome buddy anybody who thinks the government is going to be able to create equality really ought to just look at history look at the the communist attempts over all the years governments they favor one group over another at all times and even any kind of an attempt to create equality will always fail because people are different thanks for the call tonight larry more coming up five four fifty free like fremont revenge on the common housefly well after ten thousand years someone has finally come up with a better way the bug assault a miniaturized shotgun which utilizes ordinary table salt as amunition non toxic and no.
"south america" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"It up from there right right yes he's looking at this uso races off the north and suddenly these lights light up from the top of the cliffs there which should it be possible these are very bright lights he described him looking like stadium lights the whole party kind of turns and looks and these lights flash off and down from the top of the cliff along the staircase there comes the figures and it was really strange there's no one else out there and here comes about almost maybe ten figures and they're all dressed in these blue jump suits and they'll kind of look similar they looked very much maybe may so american maybe from south america mexico that area and looked almost identical it could have been brother and sister and sort of infiltrated the party goers there and a number of people within the party didn't even seem to react or notice but this group of figures goes into the party in splits off and sort of looking at each person and going up to them not communicating in any way and the guy interviewed he's looking at this is weird and looks be carrying something when he thought i it was a beer bottles or something but as is looking at it he sees there's flashing lights and whatever they're carrying almost look like i pad type device and he's trying to figure out what's going on when he sees one of these figures has climbed on top of a lifeguard tower in the area right next to them and it's weird because you can't really clan on top of this thing it's locked up it's got a fence around it it's pretty high up it'd be very difficult to get on top of it but here's one of these figures on top of it and he's signaling the u s o out there on the water with the light a very bright light and this point gets goes from bizarre very bizarre because they all have missing time the next thing when you say they all you mean everyone who was in attendance at that beach party has missing time apparently i'm having trouble to interview all of them unfortunately i've only the one guy i've been able to verify from three other people who have varying degrees of memory of what happened about apparently there was missing time at this point because the next thing the.
"south america" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"It up from there right right yes he's looking at this uso races off the north and suddenly he's lights light up from the top of the cliffs there which shouldn't be possible these are very bright lights he described him looking like stadium lights the whole party kind of turns and looks and these lights flash off and down from the top of the cliff along the staircase there comes these figures and it was really strange there's no one else out there and here comes about almost maybe ten figures and they're all dressed in these blue jump suits and they all kind of look similar they looked very much maybe mesa american maybe from south america mexico that area and looked almost identical could have been brother and sister and sort of infiltrated the partygoers there and the number of people within the party didn't even seem to react or notice this group of figures goes into the party in splits off and sort of looking at each person and going up to them not communicating in any way and the guy interviewed he's looking at this is weird and looks necessarily be carrying something he thought at first it was a beer bottles or something but as is looking at it he sees there's flashing lights and whatever they're carrying almost look like i pat type device and he's trying to figure out what's going on when he sees one of these figures has climbed on top of a lifeguard tower in the area right next to them and it's weird because you can't really clan on top of this thing it's locked up it's got a fence around it it's pretty high up it'd be very difficult to get on top of it but here's one of these figures on top of it and he's signaling the us out there on the water with the light a very bright light and at this point gets goes from bizarre very bizarre because they all have missing time the next thing.
"south america" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lights in the parking lot up above from where he had descended the stairs right right yes he's looking at this uso races off the north and suddenly he's lights light up from the top of the cliffs there what should it be possible these are very bright lights he described him looking like stadium lights the whole party kind of turns and looks and these lights flash off and down from the top of the cliff along the staircase there comes the figures and it was really strange there's no one else out there and here comes about almost maybe ten figures and they're all dressed in these blue jump suits and they all kind of look similar they look very much maybe mesa american maybe you know from south america mexico that area and looked almost identical there could have been brother and sister and sort of infiltrated the party goers there and a number of people within the party didn't even seem to react or notice but this group of figures goes into the party in splits off and sort of looking at each person and going up to them not communicating in any way and the guy interviewed he's looking at this is weird and looks they seem to be carrying something he thought i was a beer bottles or something but as is looking at it he sees there's flashing lights and whatever they're carrying almost look like i pat type device and he's trying to figure out what's going on when he sees one of these figures has climbed on top of a lifeguard tower in the area right next to them and it's weird because you can't really clean on top of this thing it's locked off he's got a fence around it it's pretty high up it'd be very difficult to get on top of it but here's one of these figures on top of it and he's signaling the u s out there on the water with the light a very bright light and at this point gets goes from bizarre very bizarre because they all have missing time the next thing everyone who was in attendance at that beach party has missing time apparently i'm having to interview all of them unfortunately i only have the one guy i've been able to verify from three other people who have varying degrees of memory of what happened about apparently there was missing time at this point because the next thing the.
"south america" Discussed on WGTK
"Was the richest country in in south america was it oh yeah it deep recourse to it the oilrich state and um that with part part of the reason why the initial bold ren revolution under hoover shop beleaguered how it was perceived could be kirca or that it it marshall birthday rethorical to the public advantage arm and that actually hoodwink quite a few chevy in uh in popular culture into believing that the approach towards governing socialist approach for governance with the bane of all um it thought and imploding before our eyes in a way that that truly terrifying because we are talking about a fitted wealthy with existing resources that extremely well armed that is uh you're right with a narcotics trafficker and terrorist element and it on the doorstep of a country that does recently performed a communist rebellion many of them were funded in accorded uh in colombia by neighboring venezuela so you have all the ingredients for a theory on our hemisphere and they're creating their antigovernment protests very similar to how uh but hurler created antigovernment pirker fan in 2011 brutally ruthlessly uh in order that the regime will survive and in an effort to keep the political status quo in impact uh we're seeing the breakdown of a society very quickly and in very familiar term one eight hundred the 955 seventeen 76 our phone number i uh i was struck we didn't talk about on the air and i now feel because of your piece that we should have when they had the attack on the supreme court building by one of the professors and this this is one of those things that is just bizarre be cause does the supreme court has become not a source of a justice but a source of trying to undermine the state legislature the legislature of the nation of venezuela and as a first of all at explain what the worst case scenario win it is and why it.