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"stella maris" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of the things that has to impress you about that explosion and Beirut yesterday was the distance from which some people were taking video and yet they were affected. There's a story about It's awesome video yesterday if you'd just, you know, typing on Twitter or any Google or any search and bar, you know, Beirut explosion video You just get so much, and one of the reasons so many phones were trained on. It is because there is the initial explosion and fire and that was quite a plume. So then people are going. Hey, what's that? What's that? What's that rather innocently watching it? At a considerable distance. And then all of the sudden womb. This white mushroom cloud just erupts and you see very quickly 23 times the speed of sound stuff coming at them, and then it just knocks him. Knocks him over. Sometimes you do know what the outcome of that video is because in the case of one TV interview, the woman was on TV and she was talking and the second explosion hit and white throughout live on the air. And then she's able to sort of as they're all her colleagues. On the other end of this interview, or whatever they were doing. They were watching it live, and there were other people on that screen and And then they saw her sort of gather herself about then exit stage left. I suppose she survived. But who knows what the injuries were. It was just amazing. They say it had the equivalent force of will, in fact be generated a 3.5 magnitude earthquake. It was a 3.5 magnitude earthquake, the massive explosion that rocked the port of Beirut, the governor of Beirut, reportedly called the explosion and national disaster. Kindle Hiroshima. They won't have the number of deaths. It appears that they did in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. But you get an idea about the scale of the force. There was a piece and Forbes dot com today. It says that comparison to Hiroshima gets at the scale of the disaster, but confuses the resulting mushroom cloud, which is Not uncommon for conventional explosives and less helpful phrasing. Chris Palmer of a writer tweeted out first Good Lord. Lebanese media says it was a fireworks factory. Nope. That's a mushroom cloud that's atomic. He later tweeted the mushroom cloud forms outside the factory. There is no question that was an atomic bomb. This is a controlled detonation. He later deleted those tweets. Maybe because he got the education that Forbes was giving them. Quote. This is just clearly wrong. Mushroom clouds form an all explosions. They just stick around a lot longer for the big ones, and they point out that in April of 2013 People observed a massive mushroom cloud. After an explosion at a fertilizer plant in West Texas. And the first thing I thought of The video and heard about the size and scale of this explosion was what happened in Halifax In December of 1917. Brenda and I were on a tour with our friends from Kelly Cruises. We were touring New England. We started out in Boston. We sailed to New York and then around and into Canada. Boy, someday you're going to get a chance to do that. And if Kelly Cruises is doing that tour, and they will be I recommend any time they're on a boat. You get on a boat with him. Anyway. We went into the museum there in Halifax in Nova Scotia, and they tell a story there that you can also find on Wikipedia. The SS Mont Blanc, which is a French cargo ship. Was laid with high explosives and it collided with a Norwegian vessel. The SS M o i M O in the narrows there. In Halifax. This is December of 1917. They say 2000 people were killed by the blast. The debris the fires the collapsed buildings. They estimate 9000 people were injured, 6000 people were left homeless. Nearly all of the structures within 1/2 mile radius, including the community of Richmond were obliterated. A pressure wave snapped trees bent iron rails, demolished buildings. It grounded vessels. It literally pushed one of those boats out of the harbor, one of the two that was involved in the collision that set off the explosion. It pushed it out of the harbor. A tsunami created by the blast wiped out a nearby community. I mean, they had a wave come in. That was 66 0 feet higher. Than the highest that the water was ever in that area. Water went out with the explosion, and then it came back in 60 feet higher than was normal. Sailors on nearby ships heard the Siri's of signals that is, there was a fire on the ship, and they were warning people to get out of the area and for half hour the fire on the ship burns sort of like what happened in Beirut. You had a smaller explosion in a fire. Then when you watch the video in Beirut, you see what looks like firecrackers going off within the cloud. And then the thing goes kapow. Something like that happened in the case of what happened in Halifax, so people are gathering watching. This thing from what they think is a safe distance on Ly to be hit by the blast. The MO mentum carried some of the people right out of their ships. At 904 in the morning, the out of control fire aboard the Mont Blanc. Set off hot her. Her cargo of high explosives temperatures reached 9000 degrees Fahrenheit and pressures of atmospheres on DH pressures of thousands of atmospheres. Accompany the moment of detonation in the center of the explosion. The shockwave from the blast, and that's what it is. That's what gets you. That's what wipes out people in cities. You know, when they dropped an atomic bomb. It doesn't hit the ground. You dropped an atomic bomb, and it explodes above the ground so that the shock wave has a greater radius. It covers more area. It's the shock wave that wipes people out. That's what you're watching. In the case of Beirut. You see that wave coming at people. There's a video of a bride posing for photos. Oh, no, and just, you know. Did. She just got blown over? And I saw her later in the video walking away, so she wasn't badly hurt, but wow. It's it's It's unusual toe almost see the shockwave. I guess you literally do in this case, the Shockwave in 1917 and Halifax From the blast traveled through the Earth at 23 times the speed of sound. They felt the shock wave 129 miles away. An area of over 400 acres was completely destroyed by the explosion and the harbor floor. Was momentarily exposed by the volume of water that was displaced. A tsunami was formed by the water surging in to fill the void. Rosa's highest, 60 feet above the high water mark on the Halifax side of the harbor. The M 01 of the ships was carried on to the shore at Dartmouth by the tsunami. The blast killed all but one on the whaler. Everyone on the pinnacle are underpin ish and 21 of 26 men on the Stella Maris. Were killed as well. One last note about what happened in Halifax in 1917. The death toll could have been higher. Had it not been for the self sacrifice of an inter colonial railway dispatcher named Patrick Vincent. Vince Coleman. Operating at the rail yard, about 750 feet from the pier. Where the explosion occurred. He and his co worker William Lovett, learned of the dangerous cargo above the burning won't Blanc from a sailor and they began to flee. Coleman remember that an incoming passenger train from Saint John New Brunswick?.
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"stella maris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The hell is rambling about stick around now keeping you connected with the latest news this is talk radio six CD W. C. B. M. and W. C. B. N. dot com good afternoon it's eleven thirty hi Michael Phillip alley in the six eighty WCBS Maryland news center with the headlines making news this hour Baltimore county police have a man in custody for attempted arson and a middle river convenience store officials say twenty six year old Evan hunt removed a fire extinguisher from a gas pump and set it off in the parking lot after which he attempted to ignite a number of the gas pumps and threaten to set the store on fire he faces multiple charges a mobile farmers market is delivering food to some of the city's most vulnerable residents free of charge the civic works real food farms director says many older adults can no longer leave their homes of the produce is coming to them along with toilet paper hand sanitizer and prepared meals a resident of the Stella Maris nursing home tested positive for the corona virus has been placed in isolation Stella Maris beliefs the cases on related to recent admissions of four Jesuit priest from Philadelphia who were ill when they were transferred to the facility and later tested positive for the virus thousands G. BMC is implementing new covert nineteen safety measures beginning today all employees will have their temperatures checked on arrival and if they don't have a fever they'll get a sticker and can enter the building in addition GBM see requiring facial coverings in all places in the building W. CBS news time it's eleven thirty one will have a little brief look at sports and the weather channel forecast is next the recent health events and financial markets have us all wondering what the future holds how long before we come out of this and life returns to normal as we adjust to new terms like social distancing and working from home at pro status financial we're taking steps to accommodate your financial questions and concerns we've ramped up our efforts and video and phone consultations if you have a question about what your options are in these falling markets caller there's no reason for you.
"stella maris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Morning whether you're on the morning drive Linda Linda could not begin a Rikers occasions a written warning good morning all I was calling because I am a lupus patient and I just want to share my experiences trying to cut the hydroxy Corcoran I tried to refill on March eighteenth and the pharmacy I normally go to was out of stock and fortunately I was able to find a pharmacy but I think the system because there really are shortages hearing the spot shortages I I can tell you this I know physicians have ordered for their practices and just in case so I think that is partially what's causing some of the shortages and these are people that have a normal practice that are really D. A. N. hospitals or emergency rooms or but they are seeing some patients are presenting signs of or symptoms of it so they've ordered for their for their for their offices for their practices so that's what might be contributing to it and the pharmacist told me that within a few days of the news coming out of they had a lot of prescriptions coming and of course their stock was just cleared out real solutions I would make my bed was definitely physician yeah you can't do without a prescription I I think they're really that's just sort of an act a little special my experience is in again thank you do you personally and again that's something that you're right you have to scramble to get your prescription refilled but Duchess meaning there's going to amp up both in production okay yeah they're going to again I think the real federal government is ordered twenty nine million doses of it I'm not sure if that's going to pharmacies or into our stockpile the order was going to the states of data on how many doses a day do you take from office to make an arson twenty nine million would take care of it all approximately fifteen million individuals now retired so much for the call bridges and your a listen to the show take twenty nine you know the losses Mike Lee Friedman Michael remains open he is open for business is essential business legal services if you need a lawyer he is open for business and Steven and Rachel Albert Friedman everybody in their firm and we want to thank Michael and his firm for continuing to support W. C. B. M. during these tough times many of the Dodgers of dropped off but Michael and his firm have remained open and and on the air here so we want to thank him he's done that for a long time thirty years as a main supporter here of WCB I'm so if someone you know because of all the series action resulting in serious injury that's the form you want to call because I'll take care of everything your recovery party number one the handle everything that you need to handle and you can just concentrate on getting better it's a loss is likely Freeman for ten three six three sixty eight forty eight don't forget the website and many of all dot com Dr Ralph reed is up next right now news headlines of the morning drivers Bruce thanks John appreciated this move being brought you by still for legal two people died from corona virus eleven others have tested positive at Keswick in Baltimore's Camden community a Catholic implemented safety measures several weeks ago including and no visitors and three daily temperature checks for staffers a day resident at Stella Maris tested positive for corona virus and not been tape placed in isolation astronomers says it continues to follow CDC guidelines for patient testing and contact GBM see in Towson implementing new covert nineteen safety measures all employees will have their temps checked on arrival if they do not have a fever a version a sticker and can enter the building addition G. BMC is now requiring facial coverings in all parts of the building the farmers market delivering food to some of the city's most vulnerable residents free of charge the civic works real food farm usually solves is locally grown produce at low prices are changed its mission because of the covert nineteen pandemic and three in person voting locations have been selected for the April twentieth special election and Maryland's seventh congressional district the state board of elections urges residents to vote by mail whatever those who choose to vote at either Edmonton high school in Baltimore city Martin's west of Baltimore county or at the fairgrounds in Howard County sports in your lottery numbers next if you've lost a loved one you know that those difficult days ahead can tear a family apart siblings don't tend to fight.
"stella maris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Personally the stories we're talking about this morning on the morning drive the boulder city branch of the N. double ACP is taking the stay at home message to the streets to reach residents in corona virus hot spots please stay home and stay safe the coronavirus is heading out a Rolling Stone stage dispatch around the city and efforts to spread the message to residents that don't watch the news or followers on the social media two people died from corona virus eleven others interested positive at Keswick multi care center ball was handed community because work implemented safety measures several weeks ago including no visitors and three daily temperature checks of four staffers residents of the Stella Maris nursing home who tested positive for growers has been placed in isolation so America says it continues to follow CDC guidelines for patient testing and contact tracing to safeguard the health of both residents and staff GBM see Intel's and implementing new covert nineteen safety measures all employees will have their temperature checked on arrival as I do not have a favorable got a sticker and can enter the building in addition GBM see isn't requiring facial coverings in all places of the building a mobile farmers market delivering food to some of the city's most vulnerable residents are free of charge the civic works real food farm usually sells its locally grown produce at low prices and.
"stella maris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"In a day I mean I have to go watch that tonight just for the hell of it a great soundtrack dinner and the greatest part is in the final scene yeah that that same cop comes into the house he's like oh great the cops like you know I think we're lucky the cops are here you're not going to sing for sorry Sammy they're just I mean there what happened to be two years after that but seriously I have no idea but it's some really funny movies and then pull it hit a wall in a hit a walk with her what's going on and I Mister Willard well Peter Arlo was gonna joined about ten minutes ago but yeah yet now I'm sitting here Peter loves coming out a little bit yeah I actually texted him I'm like buddy go do some yard work we've got time Kirk Laker Kirk legs coming on next hour Stephanie abstain from Sports Illustrated and our friend Larry Beale are gonna jump on as well did you guys talk at all about even Strauss's report about stuff and play a little bit about yeah yeah yeah I was kind of fascinating I want to get it out here a little bit too you had to drag me and tell you what you have an incredible show if not a week if you could find out all the decisions that were made for one reason or another instead out because they're all gone up from one of them out there I mean the words were were you know they were they were close to trade in you know that close but they had talked about talking trade dream on and clay for Kevin love well I would can completely change the dynamics of this whole thing it's like Stella Mari Stoudemire was in that one of them pick up from the staff for yeah yeah that was definitely one with we talked about are we have been here for that he came here because of the Adam laroche and want to come here you want to go to Arizona and then out comes even as a friend I mean there's all those little things that like you don't really know in the sometimes you luck into it and they're right when they say sometimes the best decision is no decision or something that didn't happen can come back and help me out so that's a that's definitely a fascinating one Chris Paul apparently nixed the whole day off he would have nixed it who knows with this organization where look likes of good stuff have a great show we set a new record today six twenty three weight up almost half an hour really yeah definitely I would definitely expect that compensation in the next paycheck so I'll be waiting well we're gonna while we're gonna put that whole thing through the furlough process and we'll see how it works out so have a good show mark all right our market take your right until ten o'clock again cast of thousands today so we want to see them you see I'm going to do this just off the top of my head I can always look it can always cheat we had we had Steve Kerr and and Farhan Zaidi those ones are easy bill Martin and then we started early on on the show okay dang it sucks try but I know I remember I don't remember him saying that and I remember I remember you guys at Paul dear is okay thank you and it is one of the middle there this one between Paul and bill Martin is or not the day as a missing yeah Chris Smalling made pretty good I mean okay Hey I'm sorry when you get like five yes Steve I I always forget the guys that always come on to for some reason because I'm a dope that's why let's clap showing yes nine glad everybody.
"stella maris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Destroy him America is listening to fox news four by lose debts attention this is a very important message to anyone with debt exceeding ten thousand dollars with a worldwide stock markets free falling coronavirus being labeled a global pandemic cities in whole countries in quarantine and layoffs picking up speed the last thing you need to worry about is your credit card bills due to the recent global events a special debt relief helpline has been created for anyone with over ten thousand dollars in debt but you must call us at eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight as banks short of capital bracing for a recession they are willing to settle your debt for a fraction of what you owe making it a perfect time to eliminate your debt and save your money during these tough economic times there are no upfront fees and we offer a one hundred percent money back guarantee but you must call us at eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight this opportunity won't last long so call us today at eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight you have enough to worry about settle your debt and remove that undefeated stress eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight that's eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two way WCW's time twelve oh three Michael Phillip alley in the six eighty W. CB Amerila news center with the headlines in the news this hour the Maryland state board of education waving some of the requirements to graduate due to the pandemic the board voted to suspend standardized testing needed for graduation and high school seniors will not have to do community service hours senior still need twenty one credits to receive a diploma no updates on whether schools are going to reopen Baltimore county's executive proposing a new budget for the twenty twenty one fiscal year he's pushing for three point nine billion dollars in support of education public safety and government services the new budget also accounts for a revenue loss of forty million dollars due to the pandemic the county council votes on the proposed budget may twenty first families with loved ones of the Stella Maris nursing home into monomer concerned after learning that for Jesuit priest from Philadelphia were admitted to the facility a spokesperson said the.
"stella maris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Senator dropped out of the race last month America is listening to fox news paid for by lose deaths attention this is a very important message to anyone with debt exceeding ten thousand dollars with the worldwide stock markets free falling coronavirus being labeled a global pandemic cities in whole countries in quarantine and layoffs picking up speed the last thing you need to worry about is your credit card bills due to the recent global events a special debt relief helpline has been created for anyone with over ten thousand dollars in debt but you must call us at eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight as banks short of capital bracing for a recession they are willing to settle your debt for a fraction of what you owe making it a perfect time to eliminate your debt and save your money during these tough economic times there are no upfront fees and we offer a one hundred percent money back guarantee but you must call us at eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight this opportunity won't last long so call us today at eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight you have enough to worry about settle your debt and remove that undated stress eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight that's eight hundred eight zero five seven seven two eight WZVN news content three good morning I'm Michael Phillip Ellie in the six eighty W. C. B. Amerila news center with the headlines in the news this hour the Maryland state board of education waving some of the requirements to graduate due to the pandemic the board voted to suspend standardized testing needed for graduation in high school seniors will not have to do community service hours senior still need twenty one credits to receive a diploma no updates on whether schools are going to re open Baltimore county's executive proposing a new budget for the twenty twenty one fiscal year he's pushing for three point nine billion dollars in support of education public safety and government services the new budget also accounts for a revenue loss of forty million dollars due to the pandemic the county council votes on the proposed budget may twenty first families with loved ones of Timonium Stella Maris nursing home are concerned after learning that for Jesuit priests from Philadelphia were admitted into the facility a spokesperson says the patient went directly to a dedicated covert nineteen unit that separate from the rest of the building and has a dedicated staff of health.
"stella maris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Thirty five our news headlines once again on the morning Roger's burgers I just I don't know when Kirby is now posted as far as number three on the call for your poll so please wait in on that I think the sky's reprehensible all right here's the news or something to talk about this morning in the morning drive rose top judge taking steps to prevent corona virus exposure in state jails and prisons Maryland court of appeals chief judge Mary Ellen Barbera says the courts will remain closed through June fifth so for emergency matters however administrative judges can hold property hearings of following someone's incarceration for offenses like provisional allocation Charles support failure to pay court costs despite the governor's stay home order violent crime continues in Baltimore his order went into effect on March thirtieth six of them that are the main thirteen homicides twenty four non fatal shootings in the city so far this year eighty one murders in Baltimore city compared to seventy seven at the same time last year Hey tornado touchdown in Caroline county during Monday's severe storms the tornado touched on north of Baltimore quarter around three thirty in the afternoon traveled east for about five miles dissipated south of Henderson no injuries reported a tornado snapped and uprooted trees along its path as families with loved ones of Stormers nursing home in the morning I'm concerned after learning the Ford Jesuit priests from Philadelphia all positive covert nineteen were admitted into the facility a spokesperson for Stella Maris says the patients went directly.
"stella maris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The stores were talking about this morning on the morning drive on this news by the way being brought you by the twenty twenty census I remand Willman and child in the U. S. is counted every ten years it is the census and it is important shape your future and fill out your census at twenty twenty census dot gov Imelda permanent health reports one of ninety four hundred cases of covert nineteen the state about nine hundred and seventy in Baltimore city the community messaging is going to be extended to include bus stops corner stores and other places where there is little social distancing indicating Hey yes indeed covert nineteen can indeed strike black folks as well as white folks the mayor says everybody needs to do their part to reduce the spread of the virus as is considering whether or not we should all be wearing masks in Baltimore city we have seen progress in flattening the curve but this is no time to rest or let up everyone needs to stay home unless you're going out for these social reason every time you leave your house you put yourself and everyone in your household at risk various is centering a policy similar to that of done in prince George's I'm a governor county that will require a face covering of some sort of decision on this could come by Friday the Maryland department of health reporting more than ninety four hundred cases of called in nineteen in the state right now documentation Russell says most of these are testing positive are African American but she hopes now with these social messaging we just mentioned are to dispel that rumor the false rumor that cover nineteen cannot hit African Americans Meryl's regression delegation has announced more than a hundred seven million dollars right now in covert nineteen economic relief for upstate airports and families with loved ones of Stella Maris are upset are concerned after learning that for Jesuit priests from Philadelphia have been admitted to the facility they are all testing positive for covert nineteen a spokesperson says the patients went directly to a dedicated covert nineteen unit that is separate from the rest of the building and has a dedicated staff of health care professionals sports are your lottery numbers next.
"stella maris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Stories from a world in lockdown it don't log off off the news BBC news I'm John Shea the American billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates says a coronavirus vaccine could be developed within eighteen months well they're delivering it quickly might involve compromises Mister gates whose foundation is helping to fund research and development told the BBC a vaccine was the only way to get back to the life we had before the pandemic but its development would be a challenge there will be a trade off will have less safety testing then we typically what happens so governments will have to decide do they indemnify the companies and really say let's let's go out with this when it's we just don't have the time to do what we normally do say eighteen months is is about what we do expect we're doing everything we can you know we'll write checks for those factories faster than governments can and they'll come along it definitely should be money limited the British prime minister Boris Johnson has said he owes his life to the doctors and nurses have been treating him for covert nineteen is recovering in hospital in London where he spent three days in intensive care the prime minister says he called thank staff of the National Health Service enough political correspondent Vicki young says Mr Johnson is not expected to return to work soon no one really knows how long it's going to take of course not being on a ventilator would have been a big help of course because that small can really incapacitate shape but there's no doubt or his colleague saying he's got to take the time to recuperate before coming back and of course there will be questions about decision making that he can still make decisions of course but meetings and all the rest of it whichever somebody else on Saturday person recorded more than nine hundred coronavirus deaths for the second day in a row the total number of deaths in the U. K. is expected to cost ten thousand later today for the first time all fifty US states are under a disaster declaration triggered emergency funds after president trump approved Wyoming's request for the measures in response to the current of ours the U. S. is facing the deadliest outbreak in the world with at least twenty thousand deaths and half a million confirmed cases more than seven hundred people today have died in New York state for five days running real goal is an emergency doctor in a New York hospital this week it's been a lot better than the past week in the sense that are waiting rooms are as dense as before but the E. ours are completely filled up we still have a lot of really sick people there lost a lot of people who are dying and they're all dying from the same thing in covert nineteen outside you have birds chirping you have flowers that are blooming because it's spring time and the sun was out even out today but inside is a whole other story Christians around the world are celebrating Easter despite the coronavirus restrictions that have left hundreds of millions confined to their homes many priests are conducting services in empty churches pope Francis held the traditional Easter vigil in almost deserted St Peter's basilica world news from the BBC the World Bank says south Asian nations including India are on course for their worst economic performance in forty years because of the current of ours the region is home to a quarter of the world's population the bank says at least half the countries are predictors to fall into deep recession western factory orders have been canceled and millions of poor workers left jobless while tourism is at a standstill the sister of the north Korean leader Kim Jong own appears to have re emerged as one of the country's top leaders during a meeting on the coronavirus crisis yes Michael Bernstein over recent years came you Joan has been at her brother's side and has acted as his envoy but he's so she was demoted following the failure of Kim jong-un's meeting with president trump in Vietnam last year no north creek state media said miss Kim would be elected to the public view of the ruling workers party a position she had held before her removal the meeting at which she was elevated also called for stricter measures to tackle the coronavirus so far North Korea was not admitted to any cases the Taliban have announced that they had to release twenty prisoners the first such released by the medicines since they signed a peace deal with the United States in February the Taliban said to twenty Afghan security force members would be handed over to red cross representatives in the southern city of Kandahar the Afghan government has already released three hundred Taliban prisoners as part of the US Taliban agreement one of the lawyers for the wikileaks founder Julian Assange has revealed that she has two children with him conceived while he was in hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in London Stella Maris soon as they met in twenty eleven before Mr Songz took refuge in the embassy he is currently in a high security prison in Britain awaiting a hearing on whether he should be extradited to the United States to face espionage charges that's the latest BBC world news.
"stella maris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"News I'm John Shea the American billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has set a coronavirus vaccine is possible within eighteen months about that some compromises will have to be made he said governments might have to indemnify companies producing the vaccine if there are trade offs and safety testing but Mr get Mister gates told the BBC vaccine was the only way to get back to the life we had before the pandemic his foundation is helping to fund its research and development the British prime minister Boris Johnson has said he owes his life to the doctors and nurses you've been treating him for covert nineteen Mr Johnson is recovering in hospital in London where he spent three days in intensive care the Miami Herald newspaper in the U. S. state of Florida has accused the state governor Ron DeSantis off trying to prevent is gaining access to public records showing the prevalence of the virus and local care homes his office has denied the allegation Easter is being celebrated by Christians around the world despite the coronavirus restrictions which have left believers confined to their homes in a few hours pope Francis will deliver his Easter message from his private library the sign in front of a full St Peter's square North Korea has called for stricter measures to counter the potential spread of covered nineteen young young has already closed its border with China toughened quarantine criteria and restricted the movement of people and goods there's been skepticism over north Korea's claims it remains free of the virus and in other news one of the lawyers for the wikileaks founder Julian Assange has revealed that she has two children with him conceived while he was in hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in London Stella Maris says they met in twenty eleven before Mr songs took refuge in the embassy where he remained for seven years she wants him to be released from prison as she fears he may get coronavirus and that's the nicest BBC world news this is the fifth chain from the BBC world.
Assange 'secretly fathered two children' in Ecuadorean embassy
"News one of the lawyers for the wikileaks founder Julian Assange has revealed that she has two children with him conceived while he was in hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in London Stella Maris says they met in twenty eleven before Mr songs took refuge in the embassy where he remained for seven years she wants him to be released from
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"Movie theaters the American billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has said a vaccine against the corona virus could be ready within eighteen months Mr gates whose foundation is helping to fund research and development told the BBC a vaccine was the only way to get back to the life we had before the pandemic the Microsoft founder said the whole world was having to catch up fast to create what he called probably the most agents tool as I need it the investments that could have been done so the diagnostics would have been essentially immediately available drugs in less than half the time the vaccine in less than half the time most of those investments were not made now we're scrambling minutes taking as much longer to get these pieces together for the first time all fifty U. S. states around the a disaster declaration to trigger emergency funds of the president's trump approved Wyoming's request for the measures in response to the coronavirus the U. S. is facing the deadliest outbreak in the world with more than twenty thousand deaths and half a million confirmed cases the British prime minister Boris Johnson has said he owes his life to the doctors and nurses who've been treating him the cave it's nineteen Mr Johnson is recovering in hospital in London where he spent three days in intensive care the Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is deputising for him he is the BBC's political correspondent then right the implication of what he's saying is that he clearly felt that his life was in some jeopardy he's obviously very grateful to the team that he's now seemingly on the road to convalescence but it's gonna take some time I didn't expect to see him back in number ten working at his desk within the next few days I think it could be weeks before that happens now but had a very reluctant to talk about a time frame when we might see him leave hospital when we might see him back at his desk but it's not going to be soon and in the meantime Dominic Raab remains in charge of the day to day running of the government on Saturday Britain recorded more than nine hundred coronavirus deaths for the second day in a row world news from the BBC north Korea's ruling party has called for stricter measures to counter the potential spread of cave it's nineteen young young has already closed its border with China toughened quarantine criteria and restricted the movement of people and goods there has been skepticism over north Korea's claim it remains free of the virus the Canadian parliament has approved a wage subsidy bill to help companies and their employees gets through the coronavirus crisis the fifty two billion dollar program will enable struggling businesses to pay seventy five percent of salaries I've had three months to avoid massive layoffs one of the lawyers of the wikileaks founder Julian Assange has revealed that she has two children with him conceived while he was hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in London Stella Maris says they met in twenty eleven before Mr sons took refuge in the embassy where he remained for seven years he's currently in a high security prison in prison awaiting a hearing on whether he should be extradited to the U. S. to face espionage charges in a video ms Morris calls for the temporary release of mistress sons saying she's afraid he'll catch a visit nineteen in ten years of breaking someone down trying to destroy his life well known passion you know whistle blowers people who expose the power they destroy them and somehow everyone has failed Julie police in Egypt have used tear gas to disperse villages trying to stop the burial of a doctor who died of cave at nineteen I have a Sears had body could spread the virus local media said the woman was to have been buried in the family grave in her home village north of Cairo but residents refused to admit the vehicle carrying her body as her husband's village mall protest is by the entrance to the graveyard the Interior Ministry said a number of arrests were made similar incidents have been reported in other parts of Egypt BBC news hello I'm new to McGovern bringing you coronavirus global conversations here on the BBC world service.
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"In front of me why do people continue to do things below the radar a lot of times there's the good for the person versus the good for the group why is it so difficult to make some open secrets officials it's even worse was if they'd been successful they'll say well these behaviors and attitudes and you know ways of doing things have gotten here because it says but I am a senior person in this role making lots of money doing really well look at the size of my house and my holidays in my you'll submit you know so what's my driver for the change that's all coming up next after the news hello I'm Tom what's with the BBC news Christians around the world is celebrating Easter despite the coronavirus restrictions that have left hundreds of millions confined to their homes many preset conducting services in churches without congregations pope Francis held the traditional Easter vigil and an almost empty syndicators basilica mark Levin is in right this is the most important time of the year here at the Vatican in St Peter's square I would usually be taxed with tens of thousands of people right now from across the world while the worshippers must stay away the church is trying to come to them through services and charity knowing that for many that faith will help them get through this the church of the blessed redeemer in Balcombe all the worst hit the province has lost more than a hundred and fifty of its parishioners to the outbreak in the Easter services streamed online reference mixed with heartbreak the American billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has said a vaccine against the corona virus could be ready within eighteen months Mr gates whose foundation is helping to fund research and development told the BBC a vaccine was the only way to get back to the life we had before the pandemic he says delivering it quickly mice involve trade offs on safety testing there will be a trade off will have less safety testing then we typically what happens so governments will have to decide you know do they indemnify the companies and really say let's let's go out with this when it's we just don't have the time to do what we normally do so eighteen months is is about what we do expect the British prime minister Boris Johnson has said he owes his life to the doctors and nurses have been treating him for cave it's nineteen Mr Johnson is recovering in hospital in London where he spent three days in intensive care his band rice Boris Johnson continues to get better but his convalescence is clearly going to take time number ten does not want to speculate about when Mr Johnson might leave hospital will be back at his desk but to return to work does not look imminent the prime minister is expected to rest and recover in the coming weeks and the Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will continue to deputise and will be in charge when ministers carry out a review of the lockdown measures a newspaper in the U. S. state of Florida has accused the state governor of trying to prevent it gaining access to public records showing the prevalence of coronavirus in local campaigns the Miami Herald says the drone to sentence a Republican put pressure on the papers lawyers to abandon a suits demanding the state's divulge the names of cat homes where residents had tested positive for his nineteen th a spokeswoman for Mr Disentis denied any attempt by the governor's office to put pressure on the Miami Herald which is refiled the case through another loaf world news from the BBC north Korea's ruling policy has called for stricter measures to counter the potential spread of KVH nineteen young and has already closed its border with China toughened quarantine criteria and restricted the movement of people and goods there's been skepticism over the north's claim it remains free of the virus the Canadian parliament has approved a wage subsidy bill to help companies and their employees get through the coronavirus crisis the fifty two billion dollar program will enable struggling businesses to pay seventy five percent of salaries either three months to avoid massive layoffs prime minister Justin Trudeau called it's the largest Canadian economic policy since World War two one of the lawyers for the wikileaks founder Julian Assange has revealed she has a two children with him conceived while he was hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in London in a video Stella Maris says they match in twenty eleven before Mr Assad's took refuge in the embassy where he remained for seven years Alex read some reports Julian a song which is being held in London's top security Belmarsh prison since he was dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy a year ago he's wanted in the United States where he faces espionage charges over the leaking of some seven hundred thousand classified US intelligence documents now his partner has revealed that she and Mr Songz have two sons both conceived inside the embassy without the knowledge of stuff their existence is likely to be a key argument for the wikileaks legal team who will cite the right to a family life as a reason to reject the U. S. extradition request when the hearing takes place next month I keep an historian who spent decades campaigning against the island's communist government has died Amador Blanco had a long standing heart condition and.
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"He's given me the grace of for people that it's hard to answer yeah and there's a form of love and so really it's kind of an expansion of the heart interceding before before god and and the little always bear fruit whether it's a senior hidden we are blessed to have sister Marie Veronica here today their second segment we're gonna talk a little bit more about how god gives different people characins and the awareness of terrorism is one of the ways that we live our vocation whatever state so we'll be back after a short break may god bless you Catholic news from the archdiocese of Baltimore and around the world with the Catholic review Redemptorist father John Bower a highland town son who's a collective ministry range from offering mass in Spanish in the Caribbean to volunteering for Chaplin duty with the U. S. army in Vietnam to help in professional baseball players at oriole park at Camden yards died December twenty at Stella Maris into moaning bother Bauer had just turned ninety two on December fourth product of what is now Sacred Heart of Jesus said Rado cars on to his whose father Bauer received his first sacraments their attendance parish school offers first mass there in nineteen fifty six after his priestly ordination I resided there until moving to the Redemptorist retirement facility at Stella Maris father Bauer enlisted in the U. S. army on veteran's day November eleventh nineteen sixty nine is serving Hispanic community for Jackson South Carolina then receive orders reports of Vietnam in June of nineteen seventy he celebrated mass and brought the sacraments to the fourth division and the central highlands and then to the one hundred ninety six light infantry bother Bauer traveled by jeep that was helicoptered into hot zones father Bauer retired from the US army in nineteen ninety three as a lieutenant colonel his final military assignment was at Aberdeen proving grounds as a chaplain after Monsignor Martin Shallenberger died in two thousand four father Bauer succeeded him as the Catholic chaplain to the Baltimore Orioles as chaplain to the Orioles.
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"Can be cannibals so he also so he wrote a book look about his crimes and then you were one about the Kobe child murders and he wrote restaurant reviews a magazine. Not that Islam. Yeah yeah he did. The Burger was delicious but not as good as human flesh. I gotta be honest with you to starts so. And then we get to America's favorite Cannibal the Milwaukee Cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer so oh he killed and dismembered and cannibalize seventeen men and boys between nineteen seventy eight and nineteen ninety-one and this is something I didn't know I knew that he was beaten to death in prison. Yes but apparently what he liked to do like taunt other inmates is he would fashion his food into like the shape of severed limbs and like decorate it with like catch up as the blood and then so he kept doing that. And that's why this today was like enough and bath staff turning your mashed potatoes justifiable Hamas. So so there's a lot of theories about why people do this so but they're only theories and mostly based on. Convicted killers have told psychologists. So it's usually. There's some kind of childhood trauma related to exile eighty Sort of the killing wing eating ensures that they're never alone that they'll always have a part of the victim with them Also sense of control over their life and they can sort of take control over another human being. There's usually schizophrenia Definitely requires a lack of empathy in normal human emotions ends so they sort of become addicted to the act of completing the fan of criticized fantasy and they become addicted to the high they they get for acting it out. Also this like of the ritual of the hunt like you're hunting a person so there's also a theory that's not scientifically proven But some killers have said that they experienced this that the consumption of human flesh can cause an increase in vitamin A. and Amino acids that cause a chemical effect on the brain and and bring on sort of an altered state like sort of a high my God. So what you're saying is it's a real amalgamation of a bunch of different fucked fucked up which is the turn. I don't know if you've heard about the The other thing I read is that a lot of that there might be more killers that do this but it sort of something that they keep really secret and like they might. They might be doing this at a younger age too. But it's something they sort of hide. Well do destroy the evidence that's true. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And then my last thing is a fun fact that there's no actual laws against the consumption of human flesh so so I was to in front of all these people grab a knife and just hack off part of your Elbow Juliet. Yes no the cops absolutely touch me. No what they end up getting you for is murder like necrophilia or desecration of a court. Oh but so. That's what that that one case with a guy. Hi who is like. Oh Yeah I'm going to the. Let's do this. Let's have a meet cute where we eat each other. Yeah so but I do think that Cormac McCarthy might have been onto something with that. I've seen in the road where the people are in the basement and they're just cutting off pieces so they're not technically murdering anyone. Yes yeah so amihai laundry. So there's yeah there's a there's a lot of serial killers that eight people so yeah great by the look. There's five to ten people out there right now that we know of what we don't know but statistically so watch your back or your turn largest German woman walking Oh you got an eye on that but yeah that's right. Laura Take US home okay. Yes so in honor of our upcoming Donner Party event. I chose to focus on a couple of stories where people actually tried really hard hard not to eat each other rather than doing it for fun Saturday night so the first one I wanNA talk about is the colony of Jonestown Johnstown. No that was a whole other high. It was the college Jamestown so this was back in sort of late. Sixteen O six this entrepreneurs at the Virginia Company got a charter charter from King James in England to establish a settlement in North America. So they were looking for their primary goals goals were to establish a settlement feingold and find a water route to the Pacific from Virginia. Them know everything. Yeah Yeah Yeah they're no. GPS so they do get there. So three ships leave England in sixteen o six and the landing near Chesapeake Bay. Virginia the founded the colony on May fourteenth which happens to be my birthday yet. Oh you know in sixteen seven so when they landed there. There was of canadian-american tribe there the PO- hotton and they were alternately. Helpful in annoyed with the colonists basically the entire time they were there. So there's like most of us are with white men. I was waiting for when they feature again. So there's like one hundred colonists that landed and so they set up shop. They started building stuff in about two months later. Two of the three ships. They're they're like Oh cool. Everything's going fine. We're going to go back to England and give a very glowing report on the Virginia Colony. But that was a little too optimistic because just a month or to. After the ships left there was a huge wave of dysentery and other illnesses that just wiped out a bunch of people. And if you've never played Oregon Trail Alan you don't really know what dysentery is. My favorite description of it is from the movie Mrs Doubtfire. It's an infection your tummy where you get diarrhea forever in your body aide rise up in your diet. It's pretty clear it's pretty true. Yeah so eventually after getting glowing report. The king's like cool. I'm in a sense so more people to this colony so they send more people they show up they drop all these newbies off and there was this all these problems so there was problems with the colony leadership. There were some mysterious explosion and fire and then there were all these attacks by the potent. So you're just getting sick of their their crap. WAKEMAN's cried yes. I think that goes without so this precipitated what they call the starving time in late. Sixteen o nine this is where the cannibalism actually comes into the story. So the are there. Over this whole thing. They're laying siege to their settlement which was already crippled by? I just the ineptness of the colonists who didn't dig a well or prepare food stores or anything that might help you survive a winter. So they're like trapped in their little fort and about three hundred people there at the time so the first eight horses and their dogs and the rats and the other stuff that was around and it was thought for a long time that they did resort to cannibalism but nobody really was sure her until science in two thousand twelve and archaeology team on earth. A huge cache of bones beneath the fort where they were holed up for a while which included skeletons of horses. And all those things I mentioned and humans and so uh listed scientists the best forensic anthropology to the rescue here they've found a mutilated skull and and several bones of what they think is a teenage girl in the same pit with all those animals so they did like science he stuff on it and and compared it to other bones and skulls that they had seen sort of in previous cultures were cannibalism was the thing and there's like pictures online you can see. There's the skulls in I Haq marks in these strategic places where you can tell they were trying to get in and get the brains out you know. They think the girl died first before is happen but they they went to the trouble of getting her skull and doing one of those really creepy Klay Reconstruction -struction thing. Jean lovely this for everybody listening. You can just find this online Jamestown Cannibal. Jane and you'll find it like a teenager. Sixteen or seventeen. So here's a case where cannibalism was as you know. They used it to survive but science helped us figure out that it happened in like. That's that's kind of where I just stopped reading about this colony. Then other things happened obviously survived eventually. Got Bored after that so they can nor had other things to focus on this the other other story I like to tell is one that I've been fascinated with since I was young. And it is the Uruguayan Air Force flight. Five seventy one better known as the Milagro Davis. Andy's miracle in the Andes everybody knows is the alive story movie. If you haven't why I watched it two nights ago with my husband and I'm just like damn. This is bad like I felt terrible. Will you'll feel terrible after listening right. I'm excited excited. It's really great okay. So a group of Uruguayan rugby players from Stella Maris College they chartered a flight. Air Force flight along with some of their friends and families they were going from Montevideo. Uruguay tried to get to south. IAGO Chile and you know those Pesky. Andy's are like right in between them so they left with forty five people on board in. I think as we all know they did crash. Twenty eight people survived that initial crash and with varying degrees of very severe horrible injuries. So the cause of the crash was was pilot error. This is another man mets. I you know I don't know. Yeah so it was the copilot actually being trained by the other apparently more experienced but still crappy pilot and he thought that they we were really close to the airport even though instrumentation was telling him otherwise. He's like man. I got this so the plane like in the back end. Hits the top of a mountain shears off that goes flying wherever the rest of the plane. The Wing Shear off in its careening down down this glacier and it just embeds itself into this glacier so that like not only though the pilots all crushed up in the front all the seats of the plane come forward. Yeah so that's why only whatever I said. Twenty eight people survived the initial crash. So if you've ever seen the movie there's this really I know it's horrifying but I think it's hilarious scene where there's this old lady with her legs like all crushed under the seats and she's screaming all night like I'm in pain in my head. I'm like Oh shit what the guys yells shut up please. And then she dies the next day so everybody felt bad. There's a lot of stars in that movie too that I kind of forgot about I mean Ethan Hawke Obviously Josh Lucas. Jack knows worthy. Do you guys remember him. No Oh oh my God. He was in like this TV series in the nineties. Called dead at twenty one go. IMDB yeah it's crazy pants. All right sue. They're all there crashed. The authorities are looking for them for like eight days or flying over. You know they do see planes going by from time to time but you know nothing's happening happening and eventually they had to call off the search so the survivors were like fumbling around in the cockpit and they found a transistor radio which is not a two way radio. It's just just a receiving so they heard this news that they abandoned the search about eleven days and that just did wonders for their morale. You'RE GONNA say they cranked in some tunes. It was only bad news coming from that radio so they they had like some food food. Gross stuff like tinned meat and they had they had some wine and some liquor and they had some chocolate to survive on that for awhile. which is what I did last last night but once that ran now this is like more than a weekend? They tried to eat parts. Parts of the plane like the leather from this in the cotton from inside the seeds which just made them all horribly sick and made that worse so thoughts among them and whispers like we might have to might have to might have to do it and I think what made it all worse and made them like starve. Even faster was they. Were so high up that your body needs more calories just to survive at that altitude so they were just dying in earnest. They were just starving so eventually one of the braver. You know people actually says it out loud like I think we need to partake of these dead people because God would not want us to die like this and so they all struggled with it horribly because because there are very religious and they a lot of them feared they'd be damned in the eyes of God if they did this but eventually everyone ended up partaking of some meat in some way so this is all happening and if that's not bad enough there's another there's like another disaster. A huge avalanche hits the plane gene when the in the night when they're all crammed up in there and it fills the whole plane with like packed snow so another eight people die and they can't can't get out there like trapped in this plane so they have to eat the people that just did.
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