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Strong quake shakes main Indonesia island, no major damage
"A strong earthquake shook parts of Indonesia's main island of Java, just two weeks after an equally powerful quake killed hundreds, luckily the most recent quake only caused minor damage, despite measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale, the epicenter of the tremor was 11 miles southeast of the city of banjar, banjar is located between west Java and central Java provinces, just two weeks earlier, a quake measuring 5.6 on the Richter scale killed over 300 people in west Java, making it the deadliest quake in Indonesia since the 2018 quake and tsunami killed over 4300 people on the island of Sulawesi. I am Karen Chammas
"sulawesi" Discussed on Between The Lines
"Well received in Indonesia. I think they're off to a good start. I mean, of course, there was the clip of the foreign minister speaking the house, which one imagines would matter and be noticed in Indonesia. And also, of course, science and innovation minister had Hugh sik who was also part of the delegation whose Muslim faith was of interest to the Indonesian press. Yeah, I think expectations are high about this new government. Partly because I think indonesians, although they're increasingly moving past Australia and we're sort of less important than we used to be. Nevertheless, for those who know Australia, there's a hope that things will work better. And we can get on to a bit of more profound relationship. And so a real sense of hope that this new government wouldn't disappoint. And I think this first trip certainly hasn't disappointed. As you said, having Australia's one of Australia's first two Muslim members of parliament visiting and of course probably will likely visit in future. Having our first Asian Australian foreign minister, having an MP from the electric effect of the city of Darwin, Australia is close to city to Indonesia. All of these things, I think, were well judged. As was the fact that the visit didn't stop and start with Chicago and the palace in boggle, but went on to makasa. On the island of Sulawesi, president rockaway has long spoken throughout both terms these presidency about the desire for building Indonesia beyond Java, particularly east Indonesia, particularly the maritime domain. And so I think that was well judged to make that visit there as well. So all of those things we're talking about were carefully thought out and I think I've been well received. So it's a good start, obviously you've got to build on that good start. Of course, the trade relationship certainly has room for improvements. And it's all very well talking about a sense of hope and optimism, which is great at the start of a relationship. But we do trade more with New Zealand and Singapore, as you've mentioned before, then we do with Indonesia. So a great deal of room for improvement. That's right. I mean, those nations, New Zealand and Singapore, no one can argue with them only respected neighbors of Australia. But I mean, their nations are 5, 6 million people, Indonesia, the nation of 280 million people. Now you might say, well, of course, New Zealand and Singapore are middle class nations. But the middle class in Indonesia is probably 50 60 million people ten times the size of either Singapore or New Zealand. So it is strange that we trade more with New Zealand and Singapore than within Indonesia. Now some might say, because that's to do with complementarity of goods that we want to export and import. But I think it's really about the number of Australian companies that are engaged and people trying to find opportunities. I think those that know Indonesia really well can see just the great potential for growth and they've experienced it themselves. Those that don't know say, look, it's too hard, you know, an emerging economy, there's lots of difficulties and the bureaucracy and frustrating and there's a sense of that legal certainty and all sorts of reasons can be raised. But the growth, not just for our region, but for the world comes out of emerging economies, and Indonesia is no more difficult to engage with than the other members of the D 7, the emerging economy group..
"sulawesi" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"The FBN TV station air one and jet airways before being taken on by the growing airline Adam air. 7 years previously, the Indonesian government had adopted a policy of deregulation in the country's aviation industry, which had resulted in a boom of startup airlines, many of which were low cost carriers. This decision wasn't matched with an equivalent ramp up of government supervision and control, the result was fierce commercial competition amongst the new airlines with little or no oversight. Unsurprisingly, the cost and corner cutting that inevitably occurred resulted in a steep rise in accident and incident rates, which were often attributed to poor maintenance. Adam air was one such new airline, and it had been winning the race as Indonesia's fastest growing low cost carrier, although it offered a level of service that was a little above the bare bones fair. That was usually expected. Whilst the onboard service might have been good behind the hangar doors, things weren't quite so rosy. Its pilots repeatedly reporting deliberate breaches of safety regulations, and they were frequently pressured into taking aircraft that were in a poem mechanical state. The Associated Press quoted one pilot as saying that every time he flew he had to fight with the ground staff and management about all the regulations you had to violate. He also said that pilots who confronted their seniors were usually grounded or docked pay. The list of safety misdemeanors was long. Personnel were required to sign documents to allow aircraft to fly while not having the authority to do so. Knowing that the plane was not airworthy or both. Indeed, one aircraft flew illegally for months with a damaged door handle, and another with a damaged window. Faulty parts were frequently swapped around the fleet to deliberately avoid mandatory repair deadlines and pilots were ordered to exceed their legal limit of 5 flights a day. Most pilots who joined the airline when it formed soon left over safety concerns, and as a result they had a large and quick turnover of employees. Unaware of any of this, the passengers of flight 5 7 four climbed onto their aircraft, oblivious of the fact that the very aircraft they were boarding had been subject to numerous maintenance faults in its recent history. In the preceding few months the captains vertical speed indicator had been written up by the pilots 52 times, and the inertial navigation systems 51 times. Flight data recorder failures had received 14 complaints as had the cockpit lights, autopilots, flight directors, instrument lights, and there were multiple other malfunctions which included sticking flaps and faults with the weather radar. The rectification of these failures mainly resulted in components being pulled out and pushed back in again, known as re racking, the swapping of failed units with those on different aircraft, resetting circuit breakers, cleaning electrical contacts and replacement of relays. The crew of 6 who are operating the aircraft that day were led by 47 year old captain referee widodo, and first asked say yoga susano, both very recent to the company, but with good experience in the industry. The captain had over 13,000 hours with 3800 on type, and was flying the aircraft on that leg whilst his first officer at 4200 hours with 1000 hours on type and was operating as the pilot monitoring. Behind them in the cabin were four cabin crew and a passenger complement of mainly Indonesian nationals, but also an American family of three and a German. All appeared normal as the aircraft tax it out at juana airport in surabaya, and took off into thick weather that extended up to 30,000 feet. It was due to land at Sam maretti langhi airport in the manado at 1600 local time. The pilots reached 35,000 feet which put them above the stormy weather below. Flight path was pretty much a straight line, but the crew commented on a strong crosswind over the makassar straits. It was at the halfway point. There's the 7 37 was over the Java sea, approaching the western coast of Sulawesi that radar contact was lost and the flight stopped responding to radio calls. No distress call had been made. Flight 5 7 four had just disappeared. 3600 police and army personnel were mobilized to search for the missing aircraft. Military aircraft were surveillance equipment, including infrared cameras from the Singapore air force joined the search as did a number of helicopters. The Indonesian navy sonar equipped mine sweepers were dispatched, and it deployed many remote submarines, but no trace of the Boeing could be found. The mountainous jungle terrain of Sulawesi and the poor weather with strong winds, low cloud and heavy rain, hampered efforts, as did reports of unidentified distress beacons, made by the flying aircraft, a Singaporean satellite in the local military base, none of which helped in locating the down airliner. The search continued until the entire coastline of Sulawesi had been covered without a clue as to the whereabouts of the missing aircraft. Even relatives of missing passengers who had overflown and observed the tumultuous seas and rugged mountainous terrain agreed that the chances of finding the crash site were slim. Then pieces of wreckage began to be found by fishermen or were washed up on the beaches. Part of the right tower plane and wing were pulled from the sea, and passenger seats, life jackets, a food tray, a tyre, an idea card, another small debris were recovered. In passenger clothing, and even a trace of hair from a head rest, was found. But the crash location was still unknown. Then two weeks after flight 5 7 four disappeared, a pair of singaporian toad pinger locators arrived at the search area, and were deployed by the U.S. Navy reserve ship, Mary Sears, which was assisting in the search. After a week of use, one of the locators picked up a signal, from the underwater sonar transmitters attached to the flight recorded devices of the 7 37. They had found the black boxes. After multiple sweeps of the area by the Mary Sears using its side scan sonar, a wide area of wreckage was located 42 miles off the coast, and confirmed to be all that was left of the crashed aircraft. However, at a depth of 2000 meters, 6600 feet, a senior Indonesian marine official said that he didn't believe the equipment required to retrieve the boxes from that depth was available in any Asian country. The search had already taken 24 days in the battery powering the underwater locator beacons was only guaranteed to last 30 days. After 33 days, the families of those lost traveled out on boats and through flowers.
"sulawesi" Discussed on The Trusted Agent
"Can you say the skills and my skills and all about people very persuasive and influence seeing skills to achieve outcomes and on the great committee of Juan, but sometimes there might be 6 people in the committee. They call it the Kevin run from at least you didn't work in favor of politics, but it worked in a skill council. You know, the classic facilitation of getting people to see the best way forward. Was just how is that? Sorry. And how is that? How do you achieve that? It's just putting people into a frame of what they don't know, they don't know now they know. You know, because most people just don't know how to get there. To get there. It's funny. We changed the school uniform when I was second year at the school. 1989. And that uniform still. It was clearly way ahead of its time. But, you know, it's an interesting thing in that spice when you start to think about what you can bring to a community. And I just think a lot of people don't appreciate the skills they have in this industry, how they can apply that. They think I'll pay some money over to the sporting club or to the school and I'll sponsor it. That's just saying okay, I feel responsibility or might get my name up. And then this is an expectation. What am I going to get that out of? Yeah. If you start going into everything for the next expectation, what do you get out of it? It's a false involvement in the community. Everything we've done is just because we can and because it will help right. Now, as you probably aware, when you do that, it just comes flowing back to you. And you know, don't expect it, but I tell you what the reciprocity and that space is insane. I remember doing a huge fundraising thing for a thing called action going to poverty back in 2006, which was a huge thing between the man and the community and the community in Sulawesi in Indonesia where we were creating sister city relationships and we raised something like 300 grand out of community theme..
"sulawesi" Discussed on Brains On!
"So illegal like a monkey. So it's a tiny tiny very adorable primate. They are known for their enormous is so kind of like if a lemur and a monkey had a small wide-eyed toddler. How big are they. They're small they're very small. So maybe that's why that sound is so high pitched well here with more knowledge on tarsha. Your sounds is dr dena. Clink tar sphere is a non human primate. So that means that they're actually closely related to us as humans And they are found in southeast asia. They are found in the philippines on the island of borneo and then also on the island of sulawesi. So sulawesi is where i recorded the sound and where i did my data collection. And there's something really interesting about the tar sears. That are out onto the way. See and that is that they sing. And so the In the other parts of southeast asia they do not sing And they're also solitary so they tend to live on alone whereas the ones on sulawesi they live in these male female pairs. They also tend to engage in these or these coordinated vocalisations between males and females. But sometimes they also have their offspring singing along and in that case we would call it a chorus. Wow mean little primates. I imagine like in a band together problem. I would love that. Well we asked dina to see if she could identify a different mystery sound. So here's a listener. Mystery sound that we played for her..
"sulawesi" Discussed on The Science Show
"And as ever his call. Smith with the science brave. What's happening call. Well we now have a mini crisper. We're harnessing foot power. And we found ancient dna in the bat cave. I up researches report in the general nature that they've extracted dna from seven thousand three hundred year old human skeleton found on the island of sulawesi science report at belinda. Smith wrote about this. Abc science online bill. What makes busy and the bat cave so special well. Location location location. The south sulawesi cave. The bat cave is in part of the world. That archaeologists suspect the first humans pasta to eventually reach australia and papua new guinea. We know the oldest evidence for humans in australia is about sixty five thousand years old but how they got there and win. It's all a hazy and making things harder is places lock sulawesi. They have much in the way of human reminds like it's hot. It's humid stuff. Just doesn't preserve very well and that's the same for day just falls pot but in some very flukey cases that dna can be salvageable. Like it's super ray and it's never a whole genome. But it's just enough to trace an individual's ancestry. And that's what's happened in this new paper nature so skeleton was found in a cave that bessie and biologists able to extract just enough dna to get an idea of the populations that she descended from so it turns out. She shared hafer genetic makeup with present-day indigenous australian and papuan people but the other half is a bit of a mystery so it's some other population that originated in asia. But this dna is the only evidence of their existence. We have so far and so. This makes the patent of migration from asia down to australia more complex because it suggests there may have been potentially another wave tightly. Yes i think there's multiple waves so the history of human migration through southeast asia. It's very blurry picture. But h discovery brings it into focus. Just a little bit more. We think that this mystery wave of people probably stopped somewhere around that area because they dna isn't found in current i. Populations that we know of. They could be some people that live in sulawesi that do have these genetic ghosts in their dna but we just haven't found them or it could have been that they went extinct and so what we know about busy and people then. We know that bessie was seventeen or eighteen years old when she died. We don't know how exactly she died. But they did find some arrowheads in the grave with her so that could be a clue or they could have just fallen in but those particular arrowheads quite special and it's very specific to a particular population of hunter-gatherers called the tow alliens. We don't really know that much about them. But we have this one skeleton now and always arrowheads and bill. We only just managed to of these remains before. A waterpark decimated. This entire cave system right. That's right there. Were already developments underway to turn this particular cave into a water park. And i mean these caves are quite precious and they could harbor other skeletons. Lack busies the archaeologists sink that they've blocked those plans for the moments but that already started kind of building the fist. Bits of a cop on the top said the find was just in time. Belinda smith thanks so much and head to the sideshows shows website for linked to read more the other big news. This week is about something very small. You've probably heard of crisp has nine the molecular scissors that have made gene editing much faster and cheapo but there's a new tool on the block in research published this week in molecular cell scientists from stanford university in the us say they've created a mini crisper. That's more like a molecular swiss army knife in regular crispy gene editing. A cast pertain is programmed using a strip of aren a to bind to a section of an organism's dna. The protein can cut that section and make changes. The applications are enormous alongside. Its uses in research it can help us design bid crops controversially and human dna now despite its fame. Crisp has nine is not alone. There are thousands of other crispus systems. They naturally occur in bacteria helping them fight viruses but the vast majority cut edit mammalian dna and the handful that can often have another problem the up to bake to enable potential aging therapy to treat a rarely thought genetic disease that's assistant professor stanley kate from stanford university co author of the study scientists use virus shelves to get crispus system into mammalian cells but crispus are often too big to fit so the team made caz mini the smallest crisp todate. They rejigged an existing caste system using our a and protein engineering. It can now edit mammalian dna and it's small enough to fit into virus shells. Qasmani seems to work. Well not quite as well as crisp has nine. But there's a reason. Dr key calls it a molecular swiss army knife. It can do more than two snip for example gene activation so we can turn on a function that originally were nipping. And while we're looking at small but mighty steps in science. Researchers have been harnessing footsteps on wooden floorboards to generate power. It might sound pedestrian. But wouldn't that be handy with all the extra indoor steps recently. So how do they do it. Well they haunt us. Something called the tribal electric effect. This is the strange process. Where two objects that frequently bumped together and then separate transfer electrons most static. Electricity is created by this effect but it only works with the right materials under the right conditions. Which is apparently why socks from the dryer. Only occasionally stick to you. The researchers from switzerland reporting in the journal matter show that two sheets of wood can create a small charge after repeated footfalls. Thanks to the effect but standard would isn't very cain to lose electrons so they made a few adjustments. I a layer of silicon coating on one sheet that helps absorb electrons then a bunch of netto crystals grown in the other. They'd give up electrons. It's a combination that since box flying or at least created a gentle buzz with these editions. The would generated eighty times more electricity underfoot enough to power light bulb. It's a bright idea but surely all that fancy footing isn't worth the faint glow. Well the team says it's a proof of concept the goal. A system fit field smart home of the future. Plus i imagine the power onto some paths could be worth harvesting. I just hope it went somehow. Leave our hair. Frizzy static miss attract.
"sulawesi" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"She's top twenty now in break percents. She's number two in hold percentage. All her success speaks for itself. Shelby rogers one of those players jamie does feel like when she plays her best again. She's going to get you to a tiebreaker. She's going to hit her way through some product. Just hit her way into some into some leads. Quite frankly and again. When you're playing world number-one ashleigh barty. Who's got all the pressure in that match. That's an interesting one. I i do think shall be player. Who can make a sort of ron yet. Potentially i will say. I would expect if rogers gets through. The first round that could match over would still be favored in that second round matchup hypothetically but still yeah is where you're coming from and there are also a couple of young players already. You mentioned right. A and who has jennifer brady on up settler but that whole section haley baptiste talented. Young american As well claire lou has been one of the rising stars this season. She's into the top one hundred. She's got sulawesi. in her. first round match. She wins that she would play the winner of saribas tormo and mook of i think that's the section where things get funky jamie. I also think it's interesting. We've gone this far in this section. We haven't said one word about olympic gold medalist twenty nine thousand nine semi-finalist player who has so many points to defend here in these final few months of the twenty twenty one season. That's belinda benches. And i actually thought bench. Despite losing that was a quarterfinal semi i think it was quarterfinal match to teichmann in cincinnati. I she's plan confidently again. There's a freedom and just you know. Got her game. Predicated ball hit ball. Big fantastic ball-striker not the most fluid mover but when she strikes fire she can go on a run. And i know she's not a dark horse per se in this section but it does feel like fern olympic gold medalist and perhaps this is just a byproduct of how many names have made runs here. I mean we just had assure she title as you mentioned for god's sake a bench a little underrated coming into this event. I i mean. I don't know if necessarily underrated but shattered right over. Sharer sure yeah but again. It's just there's so many different things to talk about. I mean yeah. I think best case scenario here. She has a pretty good draw. First couple of rounds. I think the first real test for her should be that potential third round against beulah. But she's got to be happy with where she's sitting in the drawn yet bench illegitimate contender minutes. The thing is you can sit here and talk about pretty much Anyone in here and make a case for him. So that's just simply the way it is and we know that benches can play at the highest level Do i see her. Coming out of this quarter. Is the one left standing no But yeah one hundred percent deep rent could be made by belinda vintage. So with all of that said. Let's get the predictions ashley. Barty section of the draw. We haven't said anything about each veontech as well. Iga twenty eight and ten here in twenty twenty one..
"sulawesi" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"Have you ever been eating dinner and thought this is great but i really wish my entree insides were all the same size and shape. Maybe identical rounded squares. Well square eat heard you and are here with a weekly meal delivery service. That's exactly that food in the form of identically sized rounded squares as the companies deck spread around the internet this week people had trouble figuring out if it was for real. But according to the company's chief marketing officer maria laura florez who spoke to the today show and the over one hundred fifty thousand dollars. They've raised in funding on. We funder it absolutely is quoting today. The miami based company squarely uses processes like low temperature cooking and thermal shocking to turn foods like chicken beef broccoli rice and more into precooked. Fifty gram square patties. The small squares are designed to be consumed in either four or six piece meals for piece meal boxes from sweet break chocolate pancakes to mediterranean. Ciba's asparagus in zucchini range in price. From five fifty to seven ninety nine wants delivered the squares stay fresh for two weeks or more and can be eaten cold or prepared in a variety of ways including sauteed in oil heir fried or warmed in the microwave and quotes and one of the big things that the company is trying to clear up. Is that these aren't meal replacements. The foods that make up the squares are the actual foods. The chicken is just chicken. Sweet potato is just sweet potato albeit they do come spiced but squaring insists there one hundred percent natural ingredients. It's just how they're prepared that thermal shocking process. That gives them their strange futuristic appearance but my biggest question is why i mean sure. It looks kinda cool. But what is the advantage of the square. As best as i can figure it out from reading several articles ranging from bewildered to scathing square. It says that the shape makes it easier to mass produce their gourmet techniques so that they can make high quality. Food more affordable.
"sulawesi" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"For thursday august. Twenty six twenty twenty one. I'm jackson bird today. The seven thousand two hundred year old skeleton of a teenage girl is shaking up what we thought we knew. About ancient human migration. the creative solution in oregon. Hospital has come up with to support its overworked staff and what we can do to lessen their load and a new startup that wants to disrupt the way we eat our meals specifically by making all of our food look like identical little bricks. Here are some of the cool things from the news today. A recently analyzed fossil of a young woman who lived seventy two hundred years ago is shaking up what we've long since thought we knew about human migration and has provided the first genetic evidence of a certain ancient culture zoo to alien people were hunter-gatherers who lived on the indonesian island of sulawesi before neolithic farmers from mainland asia. Migrated there about thirty five hundred years ago. Many artifacts in cave drawings from the two aliens have been found the oldest of which date to around eight thousand years ago but no artifacts have been found after the fifth century. A few thousand years after those neolithic farmers arrived in two thousand. Fifteen archaeologists working in sulawesi found the skeleton of the roughly teenaged. Young woman that they named per sec a nickname for young princesses. A new analysis published this week in the journal. Nature of besets. Dna has provided the first ever genetic evidence of the twenty million people assumed in part because she was found alongside to elian tools and also represents among the only ancient human dna ever from wallace. Sia the group of islands sulawesi is a part of now. One reason that ancient human dna hasn't been found much there before according to research. Khalid adem brome from griffith university is that humid tropic climates are very unforgiving on dna preservation but as percents remains were found inside a limestone cave. They were preserved. Bit better than most other in the region. Brim also adds that. We're finding so much in the northern latitudes of europe and in america and the dna analysis. There is changing our understanding of early. Humans are origins are migration etc and this discovery in sulawesi especially because of how rare it is is now changing our conception of that story. Even more quoting the guardian genetic sequencing showed. She had a unique ancestral history not shared by anyone living today nor any known. Humans from the ancient past from said around half of six genetic. Makeup is similar to present day indigenous australians and people.
"sulawesi" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"In mind the goblin doctor. Budi minute mentioned sign evac and sign a farm. Those are the chinese vaccines. They are clearly not as effective but they got their early. Which was extremely significant. It does Bestow some immunity but doctors and nurses. Can you talk about the death toll among them and what it would mean to supplement with these vaccines like pfizer and and modern the significance of this the access that the indonesian government has these vaccines and we asked the same question to our guest in india What it would mean if these waivers were put in that change the calculus of how indonesia and indian companies can start to produce these vaccines in bulk. Yeah i have to fairly say that at central level design of thank and saw cena from his protection regarding any listen even the desktop. But of course less you've ranked the the meaning of less effective which doesn't mean not eventually because even among the hockey workers they're still we can find that The men of them list protected and show the might of even a symptomatic when to get the coffee night. I'm in the delta volume but of course if we compare this messenger funk scene of course the the visor modern has been meagre of protection in again. They didn't you find but The problem with this message is for indonesia. Let's say because the call chain is not really a use of fran. Friendly for four hours at a specific is only. Let's say for the big cd like in java and then some on the only city in in let's say in sumatra and also sulawesi but for the rest of indonesia. It's very difficult to to use this kind of fraction platform. So that's why. The technology that china usa francine is user friendly for less different of candy or difficulty likely so the problem now is how we can make a hub of for the effective fraction. Like my senator. And but then. Of course the guarding the collagen. We can make sure that It's it's You know these appropriate an easy to use On on the field for for like Developing country like in indonesia. There's another question nada changes for for these messenger arena of but of course we can have another sunday. Let's say we can at least for the most vulnerable one. We can all support the in in a big city. Then we can call them and gave the sexy. I the one who also a and also advised the government to have an to choose the the messenger for for the boost for the hockey walk because again have to use the most effective one to to protect the most vulnerable one. That's that's my my my my friends but again the problem is for the race of indonesia and then it's about the goegraphic situation. The of of the infrastructre also become still become the main problem so in my oven and so we have to steal combined. Dvd's high health of sexy and also the the the most friendly used ones instead. Jeffrey you've written about this. The relative collapse of the indonesian healthcare system in dealing with covert a patients. Can you talk about what patients have been doing where they've been accessing healthcare and then also just like we heard about india and many other countries in the world the increasing numbers of poor people in indonesia who've been pulled into poverty at because of the pandemic and lockdowns and so on.
"sulawesi" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"In mind the goblin doctor. Budi minute mentioned sign evac and sign a farm. Those are the chinese vaccines. They are clearly not as effective but they got their early. Which was extremely significant. It does Bestow some immunity but doctors and nurses. Can you talk about the death toll among them and what it would mean to supplement with these vaccines like pfizer and and modern the significance of this the access that the indonesian government has these vaccines and we asked the same question to our guest in india What it would mean if these waivers were put in that change the calculus of how indonesia and indian companies can start to produce these vaccines in bulk. Yeah i have to fairly say that at central level design of thank and saw cena from his protection regarding be listen even the desktop. But of course less you've ranked the the meaning of less effective which doesn't mean not eventually because even among the hockey workers they're still we can find that The men of them list listed protected and show the might of even a symptomatic when to get the coffee night. I'm in the delta volume but of course if we compare this messenger funk scene of course the the visor modern has been meagre of protection in again. They didn't you find but The problem with this message is for indonesia. Let's say because the call chain is not really a use of fran. Friendly for four hours at a specific is only. Let's say for the big cd like in java and then some on the only city in in let's say in sumatra and also sulawesi but for the rest of indonesia. It's very difficult to to use this kind of fraction platform. So that's why. The technology that china usa francine is user friendly for less different of candy or difficulty likely in indonesia so the problem now is how we can make a hub of for the effective fraction. Like my senator. And but then of course the guarding the collagen. We can make sure that It's it's You know these appropriate an easy to use On on the field for for like Defaulting country like in indonesia. That's another question. Nada changes for for these messenger arena of but of course we can have another son. Let's say we can at least for the most vulnerable one. We can all support the in in a big city. Then we can call them and gave the sexy. I the one who also a and also advised the government to have an to choose the the messenger for for the boost for the hockey walk because again have to use the most effective one to to protect the most vulnerable one. That's that's my my my my friends but again the problem is for the race of indonesia and then it's about the goegraphic situation. The of of the infrastructre also become still become the main problem so in my oven and so we have to steal combined. Dvd's high health of sexy technology. And also the the the most friendly used ones instead. Jeffrey you've written about this. The relative collapse of the indonesian healthcare system in dealing with covert a patients. Can you talk about what patients have been doing where they've been accessing healthcare and then also just like we heard about india and many other countries in the world the increasing numbers of poor people in indonesia who've been pulled into poverty at because of the pandemic and lockdowns and so on.
"sulawesi" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"In mind the goblin doctor. Budi minute mentioned sign evac and sign a farm. Those are the chinese vaccines. They are clearly not as effective but they got their early. Which was extremely significant. It does Bestow some immunity but doctors and nurses. Can you talk about the death toll among them and what it would mean to supplement with these vaccines like pfizer and and modern the significance of this the access that the indonesian government has these vaccines and we asked the same question to our guest in india What it would mean if these waivers were put in that change the calculus of how indonesia and indian companies can start to produce these vaccines in bulk. Yeah i have to fairly say that at central level design of thank and saw cena from his protection regarding beanie listen even the desktop. But of course less you've ranked the the meaning of less effective which doesn't mean not eventually because even among the hockey workers they're still we can find that The men of them list listed protected and show the might of even a symptomatic when to get the coffee night. I'm in the delta volume but of course if we compare this messenger funk scene of course the the visor modern has been meagre of protection in again. They didn't you find but The problem with this messenger is for indonesia. Let's say because the call chain is not really a use of fran. Friendly for four hours at a specific is only. Let's say for the big cd like in java and then some on the only city in in let's say in sumatra and also sulawesi but for the rest of indonesia. It's very difficult to to use this kind of fraction platform. So that's why. The technology that china usa francine is user friendly for less different of candy or difficulty likely in indonesia so the problem now is how we can make a hub of for the effective fraction. Like my senator. And but then of course the guarding the college team. We can make sure that It's it's You know these appropriate and easy to use On on the field for for like Developing country like in indonesia. That's another question. Nada changes for for these messenger arena of but of course we can have another son. Let's say we can at least for the most vulnerable one. We can all support the in in a big city. Then we can call them and gave the sexy. I the one who also a and also advised the government to have an to choose the the messenger for for the boost for the hockey walk because again have to use the most effective one to to protect the most vulnerable one. That's that's my my my my friends but again the problem is for the race of indonesia and then it's about the goegraphic situation. The of of the infrastructre also become still become the main problem so in my oven and so we have to steal combined. Dvd's high health of sexy technology and also the the the most friendly used ones. Senator jeffrey you've written about this. The relative collapse of the indonesian healthcare system in dealing with covert a patients. Can you talk about what patients have been doing where they've been accessing healthcare and then also just like we heard about india and many other countries in the world the increasing numbers of poor people in indonesia who've been pulled into poverty at because of the pandemic and lockdowns and so on.
Wet Notes - 5-21-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shock. Radio for friday may twenty one two thousand and twenty one first up. Today's news from the history of diving museum down in. I'll mirada florida about a month ago. On april twenty first to be precise. They opened up a new exhibit at the museum. This new exhibit is called diving in pop culture and it runs through december two thousand and twenty one the exhibit showcases. The underwater world portrayed in advertising entertainment and mainstream culture. The museum says that there is something for everyone. They have the regulator that was used in star wars. I think i read somewhere that a been an old decor that was used for darth vader's heavy breathing. They also have stuff from jaws men of honor and of course see hunt. Yes it's still alive. This is not a virtual So you'll have to get down to i'll miranda before december thirty first to catch diving in pop culture. Pick or it didn't happen. That's the tagline used by light. I'm sure to have my acolyte. Olympus t g six rig when i head down on a couple of days well i just saw that. They are running a contest for people to design their new pick or it didn't happen shirt. The design winner will get five hundred dollars worth who i like year. That's pretty nice. I hope you also get a teacher now. The contest opened on may first and runs until june sixth. So he's not a lot of time. The designs must be underwater photos or have underwater theme. And you must incorporate pick or it didn't happen into the design. No other words are allowed. You cannot use the ike light logo or any other copyrighted material the entry form on the lake blog so you have to search for light contest to find the link. I wasn't able to get to directly from their main websites. Who just do a little bit of searching there so fire up your creative juices and enter the pick or it didn't happen. T shirt design contest from michael. Light is reef. Well this is very interesting. Hope reef is an initiative that is being sponsored by shiba. The cat food brand hope reef is in sulawesi indonesia and they are planning to restore one hundred eighty five thousand square meters of reef spells out hope and apparently you can spot the letters on google earth. The purpose beyond restoration is to drive awareness and show how positive change can happen in our lifetime. Hope was unveiled on may fifth. Two thousand twenty one but it actually started two years ago is using something called restare technology that incorporates centimeter wide steel stars that the corals can attach to hope reef has its own youtube channel and you can check out the short one minute and thirty eight second video called the film that grows coral. It's called the film that grows coral because all advertising revenues from the film support the hope reef. Just go out there and search hope brief. Take a look diving with a purpose. That's exactly what a team of divers started last week. According to an associated press article. That i read this team of five to ten. Divers started a massive six month effort to clean up lake. Tahoe out in california. Their plan is to cover seventy two miles of shoreline and their goal is to conduct three dives each week to a depth of about twenty five feet. The team will be running this dive schedule from now through november. The operation is being sponsored by a nonprofit called. Clean up the lake. It was founded by a guy named colin west who is a diver and a filmmaker. The ultimate cost of this endeavor is two hundred and fifty thousand dollars on that i dive. They pulled two hundred pounds of trash from lake tahoe and tagged twenty larger items for subsequent removal. It's amazing that people still use our lakes rivers and oceans as garbage dumps. Good luck to this team for making a difference and diving with a purpose in case you missed it. Psi pci the gurus scoop scuba cylinder inspection. Recently posted a short article on died news wire. They needed to dispel a couple of rumors. Flying around out there about scuba tanks. One was about old luxury tanks. But that's not what i want to talk about here. Apparently there is a really bad rumor going around that beginning in two thousand and twenty one. Steel cylinders are exempt from ota cleaning requirements. What how did that one start. That is just unsafe and dangerous. Cg a or the compressed gas association states oh to cleaning is required for anything above twenty three point five percent over to please please please make sure you get your tanks properly serviced and cleaned for. Oh two as necessary thanked. Psi pci and finally. Here's some news from vermont. The remote business magazine recently reported there has been an appeal of the vermont agency of natural resources permit to sink the one hundred and fifty two foot ferry and the adirondack. as an artificial reef in lake champlain. The vermont national resource council via in the lake champlain committee. Lc has appealed to permit the vn rc's policy and water program director. John grove been. Doesn't think that this sinking is for the benefit of the people of vermont as it only serves a small group of divers. Laurie fisher the executive director of el-sisi stated that lake champlain is not a dumping ground. She feels the pcb's and other contaminates from the ferry will impact their drinking. Water she indicated that lake champlain. Already has one hundred racks and doesn't need the mvp honor adirondack on the bottom certainly an interesting perspective wondering how this will turn out.
Indonesia bombing: Worshippers wounded in Makassar church attack
"Attackers are responsible for the suicide bombing outside a Roman Catholic cathedral during Palm Sunday Mass today this happen on Indonesia's Sulawesi island, wounding 20 people. The wounded at the sacred heart of Jesus Cathedral and Marcus are include four guards and several churchgoers. Opening arguments are set for
Suicide bomb hits Palm Sunday Mass in Indonesia, 14 wounded
"At least one suicide bomber has blown himself up outside a packed Roman Catholic Church in Indonesia the attack happened during a Palm Sunday service on Indonesia's Sulawesi island over a dozen people were injured by the attack a priest at the church confirmed that the blast happened by the gates rather than the front tool he said security guards at the church was suspicious of two men on a motorcycle who wanted to enter the building and when they went to confront them one of the men detonated his explosives one eye witness untuk thought explained the chaos that ensued immediately after the attack I helped an old woman with her face was bleeding and you could see pieces of glass stuck to her face and I put her on her three grandchildren to my mates a bike all the people around her looked panicked running I'm Karen Thomas
Suicide bomber targets Palm Sunday mass at Indonesian cathedral
"Been an explosion outside a Catholic cathedral in the Indonesian city of Makassar on the island of Sulawesi. A priest from the church father will hammers to luck. Said 10. People were wounded after security guards tackled people. He described a suicide bombers. He said the Attackers arrived by motorbike and tried to enter the church. Explosion occurred is worshippers were leaving after upon Sunday service.
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"Says other states were too hasty in implementing movement restrictions. After small clusters of infections were reported in December. So whilst we're dealing with the pandemic, we have to think about will happen. We K past citizens mentally well hack. We make sure they're able to move around conduct business and therefore we need to think about how we approached borders. And I think too many state leaders are moving too quickly in closing their borders without properly assisting what it might mean. The citizens. Activist group based in Washington, says five pro democracy protesters who escaped Hong Kong last year by boat have arrived in the United States. The Hong Kong Democracy Council said the demonstrators journey had bean arduous and perilous. Reported to have initially fled to Taiwan before making their way to the U. S. Many protesters in Hong Kong have been arrested on face lengthy jail terms under new security law imposed by China. Rescue teams in Indonesia are continuing to search the rubble of buildings brought down by an earthquake on Friday that's now known to have killed at least 45 people. Most of those who died were in the mood you area of West Sulawesi. Thousands of people are in temporary shelters. Baby seniors. This is the real story from the BBC. I'm rich lush, are with your weekly deep dive into a story that's making news and changing lives on this week, battered and tarnished the most powerful democracy on Earth grapples with what many have described as an existential crisis. Bitterly fought election mired in miss and disinformation,.
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"On Wednesday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that senior 65 years old and up would be added to the first vaccination group. We'll talk about efforts to ramp up the speed and scope of immunizations and get the latest on the pandemic in the Bay Area, and that's next right after this news. Live from NPR news on your RAHM. Scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, say a new, more transmissible variant of the Corona virus. Could become the dominant strain in the U. S. By March from member station W. Abie Sam Whitehead reports In a new report, CDC researchers say As of this week about 76 infections from the variant, known as B 117 have been detected in 10 states. You say it's not completely clear how much of the variant is actually out there, But they're models estimate it's responsible for less than half of 1% of all. U S. Cove in 19 cases. Researchers say. Those models also show the variant could spread rapidly in the coming months, potentially becoming the dominant strain in the U. S. By March that researchers warn, could put further strain on struggling health care infrastructure and result in more covert 19 deaths. For NPR News. I'm Sam Whitehead in Atlanta President elect Joe Biden outlined his plans Friday to speed up vaccinations in the U. S by increasing supplies and setting up community vaccination centers across the country. He says he wants to provide 100 million shots and 100 days in the Maine time, Biden says people should continue to wear face masks. I know it's become a parts of issue. But what a stupid stupid thing for it to happen. This is the Patriotic Act. Asking you were in a war with this virus. And experts saying and showing that wearing a mask from now until April, will save as many as 50,000 lives. Biden warned that things will get worse before they get better. Civil rights officials at the Department of Health and Human Services have issued a serious of actions to protect people with disabilities from healthcare rationing and other discrimination by medical providers. NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports the proposal would be a significant expansion of disability civil rights law. But the outgoing trump officials of run out of time to write a formal rule. They've outlined one in hopes that the by the administration will pick it up. The president elect's campaign platform included somewhere ideas, the Trump Administration's Office for Civil Rights and HHS What explicitly ban a wide range of disability discrimination in medical settings. I'm denying organ transplants the holding back scarce care like drug treatments or ventilators, and that's been an issue during the Corona virus pandemic. Joseph Shapiro. NPR NEWS The federal government is about to carry out its 13th execution since July, Dustin Higgs was convicted of planning the kidnapping and murders of three women in 1996. This is NPR news. The National Park Service says it's shut down the National Mall and other landmarks until after the inauguration of Joe Biden is president on Wednesday. Security is always tied on Inauguration Day, but it's increased this year. After the attack on the U. S Capitol last week by Trump supporters. Law enforcement officials also warn of threats by armed groups in all 50 states. Ugandan military forces have surrounded the home of the country's opposition leader. MPR's Ater Peralta reports. This comes after Bobby Wine rejected the results of the presidential election. Official Results released by the electoral commission showed that President um was 70, who has been in power for 35 years, is winning by a landslide. But just hours after opposition leader Bobby Wine rejected the results. Troops surrounded this house and breached the fence that his property, he said. This is the reason why he sent his Children to the United States before the elections. I could not as a father. Let the humiliation Them harassing me before my little daughter before my Children. It's disturbing man. As we spoke, men with guns appeared from behind bushes. Wine fears the government is sending security forces to hurt him. It Peralta NPR news. KAMPALA A search continues on Indonesia's Sulawesi island for people trapped in rubble after Friday's 6.2 magnitude earthquake. At least 45 people were killed and hundreds were injured. The quake also set off landslides and brought down power and phone lines..
Indonesia quake: eight confirmed dead, hundreds injured in Sulawesi emergency
"Un humanitarian said that. They're in close contact with the indonesian authorities after six point. Two magnitude earthquake struck west sulawesi province in the early hours of friday. Eight people lost their lives and more than six hundred and thirty were injured. According to local officials heavy damage was reported in the city of majini including a five storey hospital. Where eight people were set to be. Trapped more than eighteen thousand have been moved to ten evacuation sites. These numbers are likely to increase as assessments. Continue according to the un office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs archer in geneva spokesperson and slacker said that the earthquake holiday smaller. Five point seven magnitude shock which struck the same area on thursday afternoon. The epicenter of the latest quake was shallow at ten kilometers and did not trigger as soon army warning he added. The earthquake interrupted the access road between medina and the provincial capital. Mahmoodul in three different locations electricity. Communications network and fuel supply have also been disrupted the united nations very close contact with the indonesian governments. And we stand ready to support the response to assist the affected people
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"Senna matters dot film This is James Menendez. When youse are live from the BBC, Let's head to Indonesia. Now, where about 40 people have died in an earthquake on the island of Sulawesi. The magnitude 6.2 quake struck along the island's west coast. Several buildings have collapsed, including a hospital in one city, and it's not people are still trapped under rubble. Head of Indonesia's Meter Look Meteorology and Geophysics ages. He gave this update at a virtual news conference. I'm back on this day, but one so that we continue our Ali the buildings by two quakes and at least 28 aftershocks, and because the epicenter is near the beach, there's a possibility of underwater landslides. So that's why there's still a tsunami potential. If the next aftershocks epicenter is on the beach or near the coast. Well, let's talk to young girlfriend from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Welcome to the program. Thanks for being with us. Just give us a sense of how much damage this Quakers already caused. Well, first of all, thanks for having me it's really hard to tell. And if you recall now it's nighttime here. So much of the work even though people that are involved in rescue will be going throughout the night trying to find people that may be trapped under the The rubble, but it's going to be significant. We people have not been able to all assessment teams have not been able to get there because landslides are blocking the roads. Infrastructure is down. S o. These assessments is what is natural that happens in earthquakes is these numbers tend to go up. Ironically, the only road and the easiest road to get into the area. Has comes from Palo where the earthquake and tsunami from 2000 and 18 were there where we in the Indonesian Red Cross have still significant teams, and so we were able to move things from there that we have in our warehouses down towards the area that was impacted, so they haven't even got to all of the areas yet. No, the assessment teams have not even got into the region, so the numbers are going to go up. So but your pictures that you've shown you know that People have seen on TV or in the papers, eyes. This is a significant event and one that we need to be be concerned about and people are really going to need a great deal of support. On the damage to that hospital. I mean, did it completely collapse? Well, it's certainly not It's not operational, and I might point out that that was shown that was in my Ginny, one of the cities. But in In my in my moo ju. There's all three other health centers that have been affected that we hear of now, if I could If you give me a second, let me just point out that this whole situation is being exacerbated by the fact that we're doing this in the middle of a covert. Pandemic. I was listening while waiting for the interview to the story on Brazil. And right now this is a red zone and Indonesian Sulawesi and the hospital was full of covert people right now, as you see Photos and so forth. There are people that are Better are coming together people that have lost their homes or going to sleep in in in situations where they're closer to one another. So we're very concerned about the spread amongst communities members that have been affected and also the first responders that air coming in. We need to make sure for the first time we're looking at issues such as Sending not just blankets and tarpaulins and tents and medical people and so forth. But handwashing stations. You know, the people to the house with suits masks all those things to try to keep people safe. Or we could be piling on an entire Level of risk on top of an already intense tragedy on just briefly. I mean, is that sort of help that you talked about it? Is that already arriving Well, it's on its way I can say from the Indonesian Red Cross, we have a convoy. There have been planes that have come in that have come in from the government from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In the armed forces from the National Disaster Natural Disaster Management Organization. They're already moving, so there's quite a coordinated effort and were and usually if we use other Other emergencies of an example. That government is quite fast and cleaning the roads and getting transportation infrastructure into place. So we're hoping that can happen so that we can start giving people what they need and taking care of the volunteers that we're sending. And just start that whole process of making sure that people who start rebuilding their lives after we finish those initial days of trying to find survivors, Okay? And we wish you the best of luck with that that was young girlfriend to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Not a bit of a change of tone magicians from around the world of preparing for a global celebration of a key moment in magic history. It's the Centenary of the first time a woman was sawn in half. The illusion was first shown to the public by PT Celibate in Finsbury Park in London in 1921 had 100 years old members of the Magic Circle will be meeting online to celebrate. And show off their versions. David Sillitoe reports. Okay, So let me explain. We have a cabinet on this is my wife, Helen. Wording. Culture stuff. This is Michael J. Fitch. So into get there you go. She climbs inside. He's sealing his wife. Inside a box. Okay, so I locked her inside. You know she's inside because you could see her hand. Michael's a magician that Helen is his assistant. This is their version of a magical classic soaring a woman in half Now. I used to do this to my sister. She's now my half sister. Okay, check this out. So I take the blade and I pushed the blade. Right the way through the middle of the reason. I'm standing here at the end of his driveways because Michael and Helen are this weekend, taking part in a global celebration. Have a great British invention..
At least 34 dead as Indonesia quake topples homes, buildings
"Shallow earthquake has shaken Indonesia's Sulawesi island, toppling homes and buildings and triggering landslides. Some 34 people have been killed more than 600 injured during the magnitude 6.2 quake that struck just after midnight Friday.
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"There aren't many corners in the world to lift that would still hold culinary secrets. Recipes undiscovered by the white world but Indonesia is one such country with plenty of great food still waiting to gain global attention. All three shifts. Lara has now released a book. That's a great introduction to what intonation food is all about coconut and Somebo recipes from Indonesian. Kitchen he's out now and I met Larry to find out more. My experience of Indonesian cuisine rowing up in Sydney Australia. I felt really surrounded by Indonesian food and pots of the cultural growing up. Sorry Books Timoti Indonesia. It felt that Indonesian food culture with something that many Australians Newell they would know what nause glorious wars or Saute or or renting those kind of dishes but very familiar to millions because so many. Australians visit Bali in Indonesia on Holiday. But you know going. Further afield feather travel away from Indonesia. I realized that people don't really know understand those flavors and I do think for people here in the UK. Where where? I'm based in London? I think that there is an Indonesian community here. But there's an absence of the many restaurants. I grew up with growing up in Sydney so I think in the way that Indian cuisine and Indian restaurants in London bountiful. You'll find the same kind of thing in Sydney but here in London. I think they may be one to Indonesia and restaurants scattered across London. So I don't think has had a presence or had its moments in English food culture yet and I think that's because the community Indonesia community in England is so small. Indonesia was called Nice by the Dutch. So if you go to Holland there's a huge volume Indonesian restaurants. There that here in England you just say it and I think that might be why those flavors and those dishes on so well nine. He'll now how would you introduce Indonesian cooking to sedan? What have we been missing out on? So the Indonesian table is a really exciting ones than me and at the center of every Indonesian table is some ball which is a hot fiery Sheely that Indonesians will have at least one or two SOM- balls present at every dinner table at or at every meal time and they will eat a little bit of Samba with every bite of food. So it kind of seasons a meal in the same way that we would season food with solden pepe in the West. Almost you kind of have to think of it like that. The law so have rice or rices eating with every meal and in fact almost half. A plateful of rice will be on every Indonesian plate in Indonesia of say that if they have not eaten rice they have not eaten. So it's a really important part of their diet and also they'll be career poke which is an. Indonesian cracker is meant to stimulate the appetite. So it's kind of similar to a prone cracker there are so many different types of flavors whether they're prone or garlic squid but usually flavored with some sort of Emami element and that will always kind of convincing meal the cracking the crunching of the crew crackers but within the spice paste in the flavorings of Indonesian cuisine. You'll find garlic. Shallots Chili lemongrass gallon. Gal Jinja Cafe Lime Leaf lovely bowed punchy flavors and you'll often find those kind of mixed together in curry's with coconut milk. Call Stir fried with noodles or rice so Indonesia have a wonderful way of borrowing from other cultures and interpreting those ingredients into their own dishes so Indonesia was a huge trade route for thousand plus years. So you'll find a lot of influence of Indian spices saute was influenced by Middle Eastern kebabs noodles in soy sauce. Came from the Chinese and the Indonesian reformed. Soy Sauce added palm sugar and coconut sugar to it and created this luscious thick sweet soya sauce known as catch manus. So when you think of Indonesian food. It's very very diverse. There are six populated islands of the seventeen thousand that make up the archipelago and within each province in region. You will find different flavor profiles depending on what the external influences wherein who might have traded through that area historically so in your book. You've got a recipes. I'm wondering Helpers Arby's recipes did you have too much research to collect all these. It was a huge amount of research for me particularly because I grew up in Australia so while I grew up with Indonesian flavors. Thanks to my grandmother Paul. He lived with us for a few years. When I was little I had very strong food memories of her cooking for us when we were children. Beautiful Big platters of Bala knees chicken or heard nause goering or she'd make these lovely spiced lakes called who I peace get which kind of grilled under the oven each lay with grilled fragrant with cardamom and Ginger and cinnamon and so on. But as an adult. I moved to London nine years ago. And I was craving those flavors again so to me. The cookbook really was reconnecting with my grandmother's recipes. You know she passed away seventeen years ago. So the Cookbook. Almost started out really as a means for me to really get to know her again through her food and so. I spent quite a lot of time. Sticking with family members and extended relatives tried to kind of uncover my grandmother's recipes and what came out of that was my grandmother. Had written a couple of recipe books collected all of her recipes and these notebooks which is very rare in Indonesia because recipes are usually passed down verbally between the generations. So that was this remarkable discovery. That really kind of was the foundation of the cookbook that to me. I wanted to garner to Indonesian soil and research. There and I also wanted to share in the book. Not only my grandmother's recipes family recipes in the foods in memories that I grew up with but I also wanted to give the broader archipelago a voice and I wanted to meet locals from different parts of Indonesia Sumatra Java Bali Sulawesi and so on and meet with those locals and learn their family recipes recipes. That had belonged to their grandmother isn't so on so I spend a Lotta time traveling across Indonesia following my nose meeting a taxi driver. Who would tell me that? He's mother was a fantastic cook then. The next day I'd be in his village grinding a spice paste with his mother and learning their family recipes and it was a really remarkable experience so I spent about six months in Indonesia about two years ago collecting about three hundred recipes and then brought those recipes back to my kitchen in London and started whistling them down based on what local produce was available here in London. Things that we could actually recreated domestic kitchen and testing all those recipes and what came out of that other recipes in the book which are a collection of both my grandmothers recipes but also the recipes of these generous locals who were really so proud to share their family recipe with me. I feel it covers a lot of Indonesia but it really only scratches the surface because Indonesia is broad and diverse and food is central to everything.
Löwenmensch: The First Monster
"Back in twenty seventeen. We recorded an episode of stuff to believe my entitled the First Monster and again we ran it in this most recent October over but in the episode we discussed the lion man or the low in inch of which was this. This figure that resembled The was a a human with alliance head hybrid a hybrid being combining animal and human likeness into a single likeness. Yeah now this was This particular killer artifact the mench was discovered in nineteen thirty nine at a stone age cave site known as startled whole or stable cave at Holon Stein near Vogel heard in Germany but it would be another thirty years before anyone got a chance to examine these broken pieces of ivory due to the world wars but eventually thirty years later that's when German archaeologist Johan discovered that these two hundred fragments came together to form a thirty one centimeter centimeter or just over a foot long figure carbon fourteen dated to between thirty five and forty thousand years old. It had the body of a man in the head of the lion. In two thousand and three another lion man was discovered in southwestern Germany this was carbon dated to around the same time period and by by some estimates. Well you know first of all these are amazing just for no other reason. They're just they're just fascinating figures that they give some insight into what ancient people were doing what they were making but also seemed to be the oldest Examples of figurative art. We've seen the Venus of whole fells. Take the title before I think Is from thirty. Five thousand to forty thousand years ago discovered in two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen but while the the Venus is the the depiction of the Feminine Forum and the Law and minch is a human fused with the beast. Yeah and this is what we were drawing attention to the episode. The idea that this is the earliest. I example that we knew about of fantasy art. It is an imagined being yeah as stated by Clive Gamble and archaeologist at the University of Southampton UK UK is quoted in nature quote. They depict an animal world in a semi realistic way. It shows early man moving from his immediate world to an imaginative world. So let's just a brief breakdown of the Lowe and minch certainly go back and listen to that episode that we did if you want more on that topic. But here's the cool thing and in a imagine number of you caught this news already because it was covered a number of places they I even saw it featured on Stephen Colbert show but in December of two thousand nine hundred ninety eight new discovery every was made and it might just blow the lion man and Venus out of the water. This is so cool. Yeah so this story takes us to different. Corners of the world takes us to Sulawesi SC Indonesia one of the four greater sooner islands. And it's actually the world's eleventh largest island I read so we've known about Pleistocene settlements in the the area for quite some time in early Homo sapiens are known to have reached this area between sixty thousand forty five thousand years ago previous studies these from some of the the same archaeologist involved in in this particular fine which is the arch team out of Australia They've revealed prehistoric art and ornaments events. Dating Back Thirty thousand to twenty two thousand years ago in this area and Homo sapiens apparently made it here against some time prior to fifty thousand years ago. So here's how this new finding came about in two thousand seventeen spelunker named Ham Rula climbed into a previously uncharted chamber in Sulawesi. Let's see cave system known as Morose punk cap a limestone cave system in while he was performing a government survey of the case. And if you're wondering ring was Amrullah. His first name last name. Apparently a lot of people in Indonesia just go by one name yet. It's just Just the one name anyway. He he gets. He crawls through a narrow space into at this New Chamber and he discovers cave paintings in the cave paintings were subsequently examined and written about by Aubert at all in earliest hunting scene in prehistoric historic art published December twenty nineteen in nature and again. This is the same arch team out of Australia. Those involved in some previous studies in the area so as the title implies they used some dating technology uranium series dating on Cave Popcorn or mineral deposits that It hanging over some of the motifs in the scene and they were able to date this hunting seeing back to at least forty three thousand nine hundred years ago so that it is twenty thousand years older than the hunting scene on the walls of Francis Lescoe cavs and coming back to the low and mench. That's also four thousand years before the lion man and I realized we're talking about such kind of ironic that we're talking about such big periods of time and there's a large portions of human history that it can also make four thousand years not seem like a lot right which is which is bizarre but obviously four thousand years is a lot of time and to to set the record back. Four thousand years is amazing. So here's an important caveat though there's more work to do as they need to date not just the the work overall looking at the cave popcorn but each figure individually before we can be one hundred percent certain in all of this because there's ultimately the possibility that different portions Sion's of it have been added at different times. Yes now the main archaeologists requoted thing they don't think that's the case but yeah we certainly should date the different parts. I think the the parts that had been that have been dated so far are just the regular animals but the more interesting part. Let's get into that. So yes the overall it depicts what seemed to be individuals using spears against prey animals in a hunt and this would be an on its own with being amazing fine right it would. It would predate any hunting scene gene. We've seen before. But on top of this some of the hunters appear to be what the researchers refer to is theory th- ropes or animal human hybrids as much like the low and Mitch. Yeah some of the humans appear to have tales or snouts right so if this is correct if the Now again and the parts that have been dated already were overlapping. Just the animals that were being hunted buffalo type creatures and pigs. Yeah wild pigs and then a type of buffalo called an no which is also known as a midget buffalo so like a water buffalo except smaller okay And so I think they haven't dated the other figures like the the the theory and throw are the human animal hybrids Yet but it looks like they're probably from the same period we're just not certain about that. Yeah but but if so this would this would probably predate the low and mench making this the earliest evidence. We have of fantastical thinking of like magic thinking among among humans showing human animal hybrids like a human hunting buffalo with a bird's beak. Yeah very cool. Yeah and it's it's we get into it in that that episode about the first monster about what this means right like what what ultimately does it mean to have in your mind. A human with a beast's head on one hand it is imagining something that does not exist in the real world and but then on a deeper level it is taking what this means. What does a bird mean? What are the the ideas that that Just a mere symbol of a bird summons and our DEA two of a human being what happens when these This mix of symbols and meanings collide. What new ideas are born out of that collision absolutely so it? It basically shows that that people from this time period period of four thousand years earlier than we thought may have been dealing with this kind of complex thinking mashing up symbols ideas and concepts concepts even taking aching on a humanoid form. Becky Ferrara wrote an excellent piece on this for the New York Times and she points out in this that the researchers believe that these as may have been animal. Spirit helpers something that's commonly find his shamanistic beliefs so yeah there's a possibility that we're dealing with animism animism and shamanism
Sulawesi discussed on BBC World Service
"Indonesian rescue workers say they're trying to reach more than sixty people feared trapped or buried by landslides after an illegal gold mine collapsed in north Sulawesi fourteen people were reportedly rescued about one
Turkey-backed Syrian fighters prepare to replace US forces
"Protect Syria's. Borders from Turkey, the STF says it needs someone to fill the gap after American troops leave and all options are on the table level. Aryan NPR news Syria, at least three hundred seventy three people have died on Indonesia's islands of Java and Sumatra more than one hundred twenty are missing after this week's weekend. Sue, NAMI, crews are combing through debris. The and climbing over chunks of concrete to search for survivors. And collect the dead Kathy Mueller. Who's with the Red Cross on Sulawesi island says getting clean water to the areas? Also a priority. They've actually become quite proficient since the Indian Ocean city NAMI back in two thousand and four and the purification of water and the distribution of water. So they're they're doing that here in Sulawesi to the earthquake in response where I am.
Indonesia limits foreign role in Sulawesi disaster relief
"The death toll from the earthquake and soon NAMI that Indonesia's Sulawesi island has topped two thousand State Department. Spokeswoman Heather Nauert says the US ponying up almost four million dollars to help deliver relief items. USA ideas, deployed a team of disaster experts to coordinate our humanitarian response efforts and supporting a US forest service emergency operations expert, who's on the ground providing technical support to the government of Indonesia's disaster
Indonesia to end search for quake victims as death toll reaches 1700
"Is wrapping the active search pursue NAMI victims USA's Chris Barnes reports. The seven point five magnitude earthquake triggered a shoe NAMI on September twenty eighth devastated. The island of Sulawesi the disasters leaving over seventeen hundred people dead and thousands of others missing bodies are still being found. But the country's disaster response agency says no survivors have been found in recent days and a large scale search operation will wrap up this coming Thursday for
Volcano erupts on Indonesian island hit by earthquake
"The Indonesian island struck by an earthquake and soon NAMI last Friday now hit by another natural disaster as Kanebo Allie island of Sulawesi has erupted in the past few hours,
Tom Rivers, Indonesia and Sulawesi discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The death toll keeps rising in Indonesia in the aftermath of the powerful quake in soon. Nami at least eight hundred forty four dead and rising and around fifty thousand people displaced more from ABC's, Tom rivers said the foreign desk time is of the essence on the island of Sulawesi. The big problem right now access says Tom howls from save the children alive agencies. Like ourselves struggling to get to 'em locations that are most affected on gallery is one of those will be most affected area we desperately need to get into that location. The seven point five earthquake struck at dusk confronting spawned us. A NAMI said go, but his as twenty feet in blazes mass burials already
Indonesia quake: Death toll continues to rise
"O four forecast. We've got clouds cooler temperatures, possibly some showers today and pretty much the same story tomorrow. But even a little cooler only about the low sixties for the high currently downtown Seattle still. Fifty nine under cloudy skies that a little bit of drizzle at ten fifty five while the death toll continues to rise in Indonesia in the aftermath of the powerful quake and soon NAMI there at least eight hundred forty four dead about fifty thousand people have been displaced more from ABC's Tom rivers at the foreign desk. Time is of the essence on the island of Sulawesi. The big problem right now access says Tom howls from save the children alive agencies. Like ourselves struggling to get to 'em locations.
Death toll surges from devastating earthquake, tsunami in Indonesia
"The US and Canada say it'll mean freer markets and fairer trade the two countries announced they've agreed to of the basis for free trade zone comprised of the US, Canada and Mexico. Indonesia's President has authorized the country to accept international help for the earthquake and sue NAMI catastrophe on the central island of Sulawesi Indonesia raised the death toll from Friday's earthquake. And ensuing soon NAMI? They wanted what climb further still as remote. Areas have still been beyond the reach of rescue teams, the national search and rescue agency has said there's a desperate need for heavy machinery to lift concrete and shift debris, but that equipment is almost impossible to transport ABC's Julian McFarland, the current death toll eight hundred
Indonesia, Sulawesi and Joko Widodo discussed on Jill on the Money
"Indonesia's disaster air agency says the death toll from yesterday's seven point five magnitude earthquake. And so NAMI that devastated part of the island of Sulawesi has now climbed to eight hundred thirty two of fficials expect that to rise into the thousands correspondent will Ripley. In Hong Kong says the destruction of thousands of homes was done mostly by the NAMI rather than the quake Indonesia is rocked by quakes on a fairly regular basis, even on Sulawesi. There's a there's a volcano on the island. I mean Indonesia's used to to tremors and whatnot. But nothing can prepare community for the devastation that as soon NAMI is going to bring in for health reasons of mass burial is planned in the city of polo, which was pummeled by this anomaly and this late word president Joko Widodo has now arrived in the