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Are There Zombie Viruses  Like The 1918 Flu  Thawing In The Permafrost?

Environment: NPR

06:48 min | 8 months ago

Are There Zombie Viruses Like The 1918 Flu Thawing In The Permafrost?

"Now we take you to the top of the world to the Northern Coast of Alaska where a cliff is crumbling and exposing ancient hunting site. There's another head back there. GonNa head right here head right their main body right here. Across the Arctic these prehistoric settlements are being unearthed. And the reason why is climate change as NPR's Mike Lean do cliff reports? Scientists are worried about something that could be lurking inside. These settlements Zombie pathogens up on top of an ocean. Bluff team of archaeologists is trying to pull off an emergency excavation. Here we have ribs and vertebrae other long bones. That's Dominique Tulu. Student helping to dig out hunting cabin. He's found a stash of animal bones at the other end of the house. Glenis on shows me where someone was storing fresh. Kills so this. Is this skin right here? At my feet are mummified seal. These seals are incredibly well preserved. You can see their skin their whiskers and this odsal paw. Oh Paul everywhere they dig. There's another surprise owing us. This is ridiculous. That's an Jensen the archaeologist leading the team they're out of coastal site near Ukiah that the town wants known as Barrow. They're rushing to save a piece of history before it falls into the ocean the cliff where the cabin is buried is going breaking apart because of climate change bird bird after bird after bird stack up in their skin. There there is the whole boy. Things are getting super stinky. The birds are thawing in rotting. That's right when students hands covered in black king bird flesh. Oh yeah hands. Oh my gosh. Oh now Johnson starts worrying about something. We can't see even flu virus. Oh norovirus yes. The team realizes there could be bird-flu hidden in these carcasses. You he all across the. Arctic climate change is causing the ground to warm soften like butter and there are a lot of things buried this ground. Not just animals but also their diseases tinkering take a rank colleen. You're GONNA drive yourself seriously. You need a break cooling. The major as a student she puts on gloves. Yeah you should probably do that hand. Because I mean a lot. Dunkin you at this point. In the excavation something even crappier happens. A human molar appears really human tooth. Now the site rat isn't a burial ground. There shouldn't be bodies right here but the two does make them pause because it reminds them that there aren't just animal diseases buried in the Arctic but also possibly human diseases. There are tens of thousands of bodies hidden in the Arctic permafrost. Jensen knows this better than anyone. I've gone a lot of burials. Yeah I've probably Doug as many variables was anybody. Some of the people buried up here. They died of smallpox others from the nineteen eighteen flu. Have you ever seen human remains like as well preserved as this seal? Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah well the little the little frozen girl from rookie. Avic ARE NYACK. Yes she was. She was actually much better preserved than the seal. The little girl was just six years old. She was carefully wrapped in duct skin. Parka WITH A FUR-TRIMMED. She had this little sled with her. She died about eight hundred years ago. Water in around her burial I think and she was socialist. Basically encased in ice. We're able to take her out in a block of ice. Her body was so well preserved that Jensen shipped her to anchorage so doctors could do a full autopsy. One of those doctors was Michael's Zimmerman a paleobiologist at the University of Pennsylvania. I've done the number studies on frozen bodies in Alaska and when you open them up the organs role there and they're easily identified. It's not at all like Egyptian mummies where everything is shrunken and dried up. So it's easy to see what a person died up for the little frozen girl. It was starvation. But Zimmerman has seen infections embodies excavated from permafrost in one case a mummy from the Aleutian Islands. Looked like it had died of pneumonia and when he looked for the bacteria inside the body there they were frozen in time. We can see them microscopically in the in the lungs. There's this fear out there that once human bodies are exposed by melting permafrost. The pathogens in them could come back to life like Zombie pathogens. It's not unheard of anthrax. Can do it. It happened just a few years ago. In Russia a massive reindeer burial ground thought in the anthrax that killed. The reindeer woke up and started an outbreak. Were these new moon. You bacteria still alive. Zimmerman tested it. He took a smidge tissue from the lungs warmed it up fed it and tried to revive it. Nothing grew not one single cell though. I was happy because I didn't have to worry about catching anything. Zimmerman says he wasn't surprised. Bacteria were dead. Anthrax is a special case. In general bacteria that make people can't survive deep-freeze we're dealing with the organisms. That are hundreds of years old at least of the stuff. I work out of their frozen for hundreds of years and I really don't think they're ready to come back to life. I asked him if the same is true for viruses. I think it's extremely unlikely we've never been able to Culture any living organisms out of these bodies in nineteen fifty one a pathologist from San Francisco. Johan Halton decided to test this out. He went up to a tiny town near nome Alaska in dug up the bodies of five people who had died of the nineteen eighteen flu a virus that killed at least fifty million people Holton told. Npr Two thousand four that he cut out tiny pieces of the people's lungs and try to grow the virus in the lab. I hope that I would be able to isolate living virus. And they couldn't they ours is dead. And in retrospect of course maybe that was a good thing a good thing. But here's the crazy part. Holton tried to capture the virus twice. He went back to Alaska when he was seventy two. In Russian. Scientists like Holton have intentionally tried to revive smallpox from bodies in their permafrost. They recovered pieces of the virus but couldn't get that to grow either so maybe when it comes to Zombie Diseases. It's not melting permafrost. Me Need to worry about but what scientists are doing in the lab mike do cluff NPR news.

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"tulu" Discussed on This Time Tomorrow

This Time Tomorrow

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"tulu" Discussed on This Time Tomorrow

"This is my pain sky. Picture Body managing driving up and being directed to that empty parking spot in real time without having to drive around because the network knows that you're close quietly and it's optimized to ensure that everybody gets into the right parking spot in the minimum time possible right and the APP knows where you are and it actually directs you to the fastest turnstile and you get through the turnstile using your mobile tickets. That's Krishna bag of a Tulu. Speaking he is the chief technology officer of the National Basketball Association the NBA and he's describing how he sees the fan experience changing in a world of five G. And as you pass through the turnstile you getting real deals in real time for the march or it could be food and beverages or concessions or what have you and as soon as you get there as Going up to the merchandise store or the concession stands and picking up items that you want and not having to go to check out because it's going to be at checkout free experience. Those are some of the immediate things that a fan could experience even before. They've hit their seats. A big part of Krishna's job is to project the NBA into the future and determine what technologies are most relevant to get there which means he has to constantly keep his eyes open to new ideas. I mean the one thing about technology that I really enjoy is that it's the never done feel around technology. I think we are never truly truly done. It's that mindset that. I think we just need to have that. You can never rest on your laurels. There's something else that's going to come up tomorrow. That could potentially disrupt what you have today so you have to measure what you're doing today so that you can build more delightful experience for your fans tomorrow. There's a reason the NBA has CTO sports to becoming more more integrated with technology. Fans control instant replays on their phone while sitting in the bleachers and NFL players are equipped with radio chips. The capture real time data in the future staying home necessarily mean. You can't be on the field and is also a great proving ground technology and approaches in general. The for every business in the world became data driven. That was moneyball Michael. Lewis's two thousand and three book about Billy Bean's pioneering and successful to assembling a baseball team based on hard numbers and Statistics and other big trend we hear about is gamification or building user engagement by leaning on the Techniques Games. In this episode. We will look at how technology being developed in. The gaming world could transform the experience of watching sports and we'll take a look at how five G. could enable new types of find engagement inside the stadium and home. I most Voloshin welcome to this time tomorrow..

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"tulu" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"tulu" Discussed on KNSS

"Over twenty floors telling employees to keep moving keep moving get out keep moving as he led nearly twenty seven hundred people out he was also urged to leave but refuse he responded as soon as I've got everybody in this building out the south tower collapsed well Rick was still inside Rescorla a British and American soldier was given the presidential citizens medal his wife Susan except it leave no man behind was the core of the seventh cavalry and I know Rick was thinking about his men in those final moments president trump says America will remember risk or less sacrifice colonel Scott fox news this is fox on justice it was graduation day at Boston College but Alexander or too low would not March with this fellow graduates that morning in may Tulu jumped to his death from the top of a parking garage according to prosecutors he was encouraged to kill himself by text messages from his girlfriend to many of the messages clearly display the power dynamic in the relationship district attorney Rachel Rollins says in young you were native of South Korea had total control a complete and utter attack on this man's very well this case is similar to that of Michelle Carter who was convicted of encouraging her boyfriend suicide that conviction is being appealed in Massachusetts there is no law against encouraging someone to kill themselves and such a law would likely be challenged on freedom of speech issues for now in young you was charged with involuntary manslaughter prosecutors are hoping to get a return from South Korea with fox on justice and wind loom fox news country hi Michelle we know Dolly Parton's heart strings Netflix new anthology series all about Dolly Parton song's which I she explains in the trailer are her stories set to music each one will be in episode based on her songs that are very in tune from love stories to family dramas westerns and revenge comedies the cast includes Kathleen Turner delta Burke Gerald.

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"Suicide by text" case: Student charged with urging boyfriend to kill himself

Sean Hannity

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

"Suicide by text" case: Student charged with urging boyfriend to kill himself

"This is fox on justice it was graduation day at Boston College but Alexander or too low would not March with this fellow graduates that morning in may Tulu jumped to his death from the top of a parking garage according to prosecutors he was encouraged to kill himself by text messages from his girlfriend to many of the messages clearly displayed the power dynamic in the relationship district attorney Rachel Rollins says in young you were native of South Korea had total control a complete and utter attack on this man's very well this case is similar to that of Michelle Carter who was convicted of encouraging her boyfriend suicide that conviction is being appealed in Massachusetts there is no law against encouraging someone to kill themselves and such a law would likely be challenged on freedom of speech issues for now in young you was charged with involuntary manslaughter prosecutors are hoping to get a return from South Korea with fox on justice hang wind loom fox

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"tulu" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"tulu" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Saying like come on man thirty million movie about going to space with no black people in like okay. I get it. I get it the PY spoken. This is not a new way. I just was waiting for it to Silla. Take this hand face. Yeah you know all the stuff he do like is out of going out of business. That's okay. I'm just saying you know and as long as he just Kinda just kinda barely tolerates our podcast would be all right right shoulder to some trouble. We don't take down our chapter eleven right away nate says hey. I promised I wouldn't email. Ya'll again about AH vapor and so I'm comment here instead L. O. L. Just a very quick note about these vapor and related deaths. They've been traced to see it. I don't think we detail the deaths they. We just talked very quickly. That trump policy is he wants to ban flavored vate fiber tobacco because vaping or 'cause six people died and yet he wants to ban it like all the shit. He don't WANNA ban guns. He don't WanNa. Stop anyone at the border from abusing the people that are trying to enter the country. You don't WanNA help our Hamas. So that's the only irony we were pointing out and nate. I'm not saying you're bad person but I'm not reading this shit cause. I don't give a fuck about this. Vamon share and we're not allowed to get embroiled in the midst of so the vaping debate in you are definitely a vaping obvious of some type. I don't know if you work for big vape. I don't know this is not the blackout and I could not give less about the entire vaping industry. I don't I have never smoked so I as growing join up. I never touched a cigarette so I don't I literally couldn't get any fucking less never touched a cigarette all and I'm just heading you off at the pass because I'm telling you the way. My brain is said if you start fucking with the show about the baby I'm GonNa just be Charlie. I'll ask every week and I'm getting some some some old country being asked. Oh don't hurt people will what about this. I don't WanNa be that guy you. I WanNa have a good healthy relationship as let's keep it positive yes. Let's keep is healthy and functional unlike the lungs of people who've eight okay see. I'm doing it already. You made worries me. I don't even care about this. This wasn't a thing until just now classic rb love. It says dear Rod Care I love love. Love the new music format for why people news. I'm going to youtube that fire adds version of I want it that way right now. Keep the funk defy covers coming I will I will and what I've been doing. Is I've been putting the covers on the blackouts. FACEBOOK paid guys why we do a cover. I'll try to like go out there and you guys can see what the video is that we Nine Nice you've got it from and people are leaving comments and laughing and stuff so they're having a good time page. Trace wouldn't do says right can't please keep this new song full mask or why people a new segment it just works so perfectly and Ha- thank you glad you enjoyed. We taken aback last poll. Did the man get kicked off the flight because he's black yes. It was the right thing. No it was algae thing care. Allergy fifty eight percents including me agree with care. It was an allergy thing wow forty. y'All goes race day and that's why Antonio Brown calling that dude a cracker was the smartest thing he could ever done because black people eat race shit up. You Ain't gotta be right. You just gotTa be like I think it was racist and just everything els is. Oh okay am I mean nobody else got kicked off playing sandwich saying so the dog the white racist our we've heard it so yeah no eat no voicemails this week like. I said No. Nobody dropped. US died died. Nobody left us. Nobody loves us a five star view. I know what's the phone number again not. They don't deserve care. I don't want to go into the middle. Show I don't want them to do that. Is the time for voicemails was during the week and now times over my office hours often defy sale with Macaire office. Hours is from nine to five good pull up y'all polo. Don't take off the balcony. We dig is from emails. The Black Guy who tips edgy mail dot com the black guy who tips edgy mail dot com just email us. Let us know dying about the people's stuff all the time. It's also the customer service so email so if I have a premium account. You haven't issues way to hit US up 'cause we. Diana's stuff is lobby to get lost right so you know you guys. Might I want to do that rather than Japan for service so you. WanNa be sure you get there the quickest route possible. Dm Time Warner cable right so L. O. ELL's. Lulls mismarked can't says you to have been cracking me having a cracking me up on a regular. I'm I'm here for the list that you have for the entire episode last week this okay. I don't know what got into you but the extra O. Eilly was everything. I know I need it. I believe it was cancelled anyway. Oh Yeah I was messing around with with the songs inspected. Also I just listened to again to Tulu piggybanks the first time I was I was not able to listen to the I have is. I think I joined the Chadli yellow the alternative names you gave to insert flower inserted fiscal institution and where Hilarious I had no idea where the episode name in came from I was hot for a minute at the people started disparaging Lizardo fake health concerns for bigger bodies rampant in these online streets love. y'All talk about our hills yeah. They always try to do that. Man People hate fat people man. They won't admit that yes they do and it's a very acceptable form of hey. I mean it's very performance informative. When you see people I a lot of time trying to go for fat people. It'd be like you're brave. This is no good way around living the PUCK. Is that yeah. I think it's the only wants to get lose weight for their or whatever that's cool by a lot of times it's very much makes makes thin our heads with some you know a lot of bullshit lot negatively and people also don't talk about the extent in the abuse and the Um Sicknesses that people go through with Anorexia and all that stuff like people pick up these bad habits and shit trying to live these lives and had this rain then my not actually them well. If you look a certain way you can have health issue but people don't bother you about people the habit of the president hack cholesterol drop a heart attack anybody else. Do you know all kinds of stuff. Misty Baltimore Says Hi Karen Rodham here at work and I just had to stop for a moment and tell you how much I appreciate the content you guys put out currently lists Navistar Nineteen eighty-four Rajoy. NFL Boycott and I'm dying over these chicken jokes. Oh my gosh ah no one is here in the office day so I'm free to laugh out loud yeah. 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"tulu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"tulu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mexico's Yucatan peninsula looking for sparkling Caribbean waters they will be seeing a circle took like see and they cannot suite in the waterfall hundreds of meters that's Regnery ventes use the sales director for the full moon hotels in Tulu Mexico overwhelming amount of sargassum sea weed from the Atlantic have been washing up and carpeting to loom speeches it's a problem because as the sea weed rots it releases hydrogen sulfide gas end is man really that is sort of a rock to lakes or something like that Mexico has spent millions of dollars trying to clear its beaches Rivette us as the sea weed problem is seriously affecting her business we've made a report to for the six first month of this year and our sales as falling down for eight point five percent so where is all this sea weed coming from a giant mad of sargassum sea weed stretching from the coast of West Africa to Mexico scientists call it the great Atlantic sargassum belt before two thousand eleven what inning Missy marceca some in the central Atlantic but right now we just seen you tons of them that's university of South Florida researcher Mancha Wong Wong and her colleagues recently published a study documenting record levels of sargassum in the western Atlantic Ocean in oak Oceanside Assam is not necessarily a bad thing it is actually a critical habitat and refugee to a lot of marine life like the fish the crops the toast dippers it only becomes a problem when too much of the sargassum study to pile up on the beach and you know affecting the tourism affecting the love traditional fishery and be home for the environment one suggests deforestation and fertilizer use along the Amazon River are contributing to the rapid growth the new trend can be leaching out and into the ocean to stimulate Sasson.

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U.S. catches heat for Women's World Cup goal celebrations

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. catches heat for Women's World Cup goal celebrations

"Seattle soccer star hope solo thinks the US women's team should tone down its World Cup scoring celebrations gonna desk Bill Swartz about that in a moment. But right now komo's Corwin Hake reports in the past solo herself has been called out for being a poor sport. Solo joins voices from around the world critical of how the US team comported itself during its thirteen nil. Thrashing of Thailand in World Cup play the team stage riotous celebrations following every goal. So low tells CBS this morning calls and fans can enjoy the game without having choreographed celebration. Tulu understands criticism of the team, sportsmanship may be viewed skeptically coming from the woman who wants called the Swedish national team cowards comments in the past of poor sportsmanship. But ultimately, I truly believe. Leave that we have to show so much class. Especially coming from the number one team in the world. The US women are again heavily favored when they take on chilly

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"tulu" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"tulu" Discussed on Exponent

"And you know, I think some areas are very aware of questions and scandals about that are a big problem for them. So it's not. That doesn't still matter. But it's not the only thing that matters. Right. It's sort of like there used to be what's in phrase or someone stands up in a field lines toll puppy syndrome. Right. Right. Well, this is like the opposite of that. Where safety was like the tall, poppy. But you really like we're going to it. So it's been very the bad use of an algae kind of the opposite direction. But the internet kind of chop that down where is safety still matters. But you can all start thinking about other things that matter as well. And that doesn't mean hotels or obsolete. It doesn't mean that hotels when anywhere when I travel by myself for work stuff, I much prefer to stay in hotel like all the amenities and not having to worry about other stuff or the Union's sort of out away place checking in at two AM or something right? Exactly. It's still valuable to me. But now when I'm with my family, I might check out an air BB because different amenities matter, and there's much more competition in the space, again, if that like now everything the future is going to be Airbnb. What it does mean is that the plane of competition has shifted because that one constraining factor is now one factor of many. And I think it's a similar thing here in the TV world distribution was the only factor that really mattered. And so all your strategy wind up around bats now distribution still matters. But it's one factor. Among many in that sort of requires a reset of the way, you think about your entire business. I think that is the perfect setup to then us how Disney approached thinking about this through the lens of three announcements that they made earlier this week so ESPN around Tulu and also around Disney. Plus, yeah. Well, I think just to stick with sort of the sports idea Neo people are like, oh, well, they don't actually putting SPN content on there. And it's like, of course, not putting ESPN content dot in there to your point. It's really really valuable and profitable. Exactly the way it is an oh. By the way, from a consumer perspective. Yeah. Of course, they'd like to get sports content Alicarte, but you know, to do a job for a consumer does not mean like, you give the consumer everything it means that you provide sufficient value that they still feel like they're willing to pay for it. Right. I got some feedback around. There's like they really care. About doing the job for consumers. They would make ESPN of for streaming like no to get a job done for you. Not mean, you also get like massage a pedicure made me laugh when you mentioned that. It's not a charity. Right. Like, you can go to mock it in the way, that's appropriate. Now, if you're doing things that get in between you and your customers, then you have a problem, or if you do this too long, and no one has TV's and only people have computers in whatever. Okay. Then you need to rethink it. But this is working just fine as it is right in where people are gonna go as long as care about sports. And if the only place to get sports is via the cable bundle. Then it's going to be a sustainable strategy. Again. There's a lot of people who don't care about sports and the bundle is definitely crumbling. What I think is going to happen in this space is that the number of people that get this sort of the digital cable bundle again by Druce. Okay. Bundle. I mean, they're paying for a bunch of channels, and that could be delivered virtually things like YouTube TV, for example, or could be delivered over a traditional wire or satellite. We're right because I'm kind of wanting those all together, I think it was going to happen is that number of people will keep going down, but the affiliate. Fees charged by sports, and sort of like live news networks that really benefit from this live paradigm. They're just gonna skyrocket. So basically in the Wong run, expect ESPN to make allow more money from fewer people, but it will sort of happen organically by the bundles sort of like moving that direction, and that's fine. It's a model that makes sense. And by the way, just speak as someone abroad..

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"tulu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It's time. What for our first update? And you're thinking is it coming from the shootout down in Atlanta between the the falcons in the Bengals where the over under was about one hundred points. Colts jets. We got the colts in the jets, and that means alga Tulu. Hello, sir. Good afternoon, gentlemen. Fourteen forty eight to go here in the first quarter. Just opening. Secondly, you're taking seven to nothing lead over the very simple one. Andrew luck is bad. By Marcus Morris. Claiborne New York touchdown looked. It looked good on those first few passes and the second one definitely caused the colts seven points and fourteen forty eight to go here in the first quarter jets with the early seven nothing lead, gentlemen. All right. Al. Thank you. Sir. Jets Arolla man can't stop the jets can't stop the jazz. Just the way we drew it up after they spanked the Broncos last week that was not close. Now, they're out here the defense scoring points. And I'm gonna disagree a little bit with what al-said because that I watched it that was not on Andrew, Andrew luck. That was a screen gone wrong. Tip luck. He hit his running back in the chest. Yeah. Two two people listening catching a screen pass as you would imagine is as easy as it looks. It is that easy. You don't have to be a professional athlete to catch. A screen pass my daughters who were three years old catch screen passes. You Donald skim. They can play the ballers fly. Yeah. One thing that I'm keeping an eye on today. Because I think it's got like, you know, how sometimes driving down the road, and you see like a car goes off the road into a ditch and everybody's fine. But it's still like cars banged up. You can't stop like rubber necking Indian looking at it. That is what I predict we're going to see from the bears against the dolphins today down in Miami. Because it's not Ryan tannehill. And I don't even know it was going to be that much better with Ryan tannehill under center he is out with an injury. So starting for the dolphins. Do you know who the backup is Miami? I do know who the back tell the people. It is the Brockett ship rock. Osweiler is this is the backup in Miami rock lobster. Yes. The Brockett ship, and you know, osweiler's to know in his career against the bears. And just saying, you know, that's when Oswald plays with other when you don't expect it so all the time. So all the time he plays. Well, all the dogs. No one ever expects it right? Lizard, the expectations could not be lower for Brock Osweiler one thing. He's got going for him. He's at home. Okay. Making his first starting the dolphins uniform. And maybe you get these guys coming from the upper midwest and Chicago and they're coming down, and they get this. This is an extended summer data Miami with the heat index pushing triple digits, so maybe those guys are gas. But the bears were smart, then I wear the dark uniforms. They're wearing the orange uniforms, although I think their road uniforms are white, right? Yeah. So they probably would have been better off doing that. But there were an orange today. I take it on the dolphins who are wearing the home whites. Because again, triple digits is the heat index down in Miami. Did you ever play hawk when you're playing for the Browns the Bengals did you ever have to play and one of these overseas games? I never got the plane and overseas game. It's funny because Troy Vincent came and visited the Browns at the end of two thousand sixteen and he brought all the veterans in a room to talk about a lot of things. And it was like me Joe Thomas Josh mccown tremend- Williams was now with the Packers was in there. Tomorrow. Davis long story this big discussion. Joe Thomas says I never got the plan London. That's not fair to browse. Don't get to play in London..

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"tulu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Plus people believing that it states that this is a real factor. But the ability to manipulate the politics of the congress and the administration in precisely the reverse direction like we've seen under the Trump administration is made possible by the amount of money sloshing around the system delivered through on the campaign finance now that is the cancer at work at the heart of this problem as I see it because if America leading giving you are the world's remaining superpower, they needed national machinery working. Well, let me jump in there because. Australia. In addition to being the driest continent on the planet is also situated in the global south. And in recent decades, instead of looking back to mother England has been more at home in this idea that it's a place of the global south home to extraction industries historically, small population now home to incredible extremes. Terrible drought now in New South Wales. Dead cows, dead sheep, Great Barrier. Reef and farmers on television. Every night. Getting the sympathy of the nation. Apart from the carbon lobby, and you know, you may be right about the carbon lobby, but there's a real human drama. That's playing out in a country that largely has a population. That's huddled on the coastline largely uninhabited and uninhabitable interior, if people in your country say look, we don't want the people of Tulu and care about us, and the Malaga's we don't want the people from Jay, we don't want the people from Vanuatu we can handle it. There's a lot of oxygen for that argument in your countries. And so to deploy as much of that oxygen as possible my period and political office, and it's tough going just because of the power of the carbon in our country work as well. But point was before about images and media and house information conveyed.

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German journalist facing terror trial in Turkey returns home

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

German journalist facing terror trial in Turkey returns home

"Of injuries in one. Location This is very unusual And to. Our firefighters and paramedics The backup what they saw one of the children is an infant This is a very tragic Two of the victims a twenty year old and a teenager. Were taken destroyed your hospital. They are in, critical condition a graphic video showing a twenty seventeen double homicide near Washington park. Has surfaced on social media the minute long video shows four men cringing and bleeding in a small gas station

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"tulu" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"You at that, north, into lake Norman but continue all the way down to ham. Bright road just before you make it onto forty, five you can expect that one trip right through that route to cost you about. Ten minutes making your way down there otherwise we're looking pretty good on the roadways eighty-five the southbound side as you're making your way, across the river still a little stop and go traffic through there as well I might Google WBZ traffic, another day in the criminal trial of former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort is former right hand man. Rick gates, back on the stand today. As Ollie Rogin reports the defense team asked. Questions of former Manafort colleague Rick gates that seemed intent on establishing his, record of lying in the past gates testified that he did, in fact provide false information to the special counsel before. Making a plea agreement and that after the plea agreement he did not provide any further false in for Mation gates met with special prosecutors about twenty times after taking the agreement alley Rogan ABC news Washington a back to school surprise for so North Carolina elementary school teachers who get details. From WBZ's Chad Bauer kindergarten through third grade reading teachers we'll, get computer tablets from the state it's part of an ongoing early grades literacy push the announcement made, today by superintendent of public instruction Mark Johnson the devices will be used to track and approved student reading an apple. Track, student reading levels with a state campaign plan to encourage parents to know where their student is on the, scale and to work with teachers to improve their child's reading. Level the cost of the tablets will be about six million dollars with the money coming. From fifteen million dollars an unused, money, the department has from previous budget years Chad Bauer WBZ news. Panthers training camp today and other potential problem for, the offensive line when guard Amini Silla Tulu was carted off the field returned to. Charlotte data sore leg evaluated coach Ron.

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"tulu" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB

Computer Talk with TAB

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB

"Sounds like you're have arisen program on that computer. Okay. Do you? I believe so. Yes. Right. So reinstating it can like saying reinstalling it, you mean when uninstall it and reinstall it go ahead. Bob is another thought though he thinks he might have seen this before. If you stole it, you wanna follow that path. You've written it down, which is very good. Follow that path down. And then when you get into that local or local low or whatever, what's called, rename that folder. So when you reinstall it creates a new one because if there's a corrupt file or something, when you reinstall it, you may have the same error. By renaming it, it creates a new one with all new files in it would rise in Tulu. Using Perry on your computer, is it for your balance? Really not sure. I'm going to have to after go into the programs and double check that I had had a problem with that some time ago where was was wanting to update. And it was kind of a generic message to update and I talked to you guys and you were able to nail it down through Verizon update. Yup, that's good to know. Great job. We always hope we're helping people in general. Of your health that you think? Good. Good. Good. So this is probably related to that again, Verizon program, my guess would be probably like the backup. Maybe maybe if you connected your phone to your computer lately. No, actually I haven't. I usually I, I've done that in the past, transferring pictures, that sort of thing that's was probably is happening. You probably have a tool there that's a sitting around and failing. So yeah. So like Bob said, you cannot, you can navigate to that entire directory string that you gave us and rename that lasts directory to old ripe up, right? And that way, then you try to find the Verizon software and just you can install it and then forget about it if you don't need it anymore, who cares? You can delete off folder. Yeah. So if you just do that and then delete the follow-up upset or try to reinstall again, but that might be harder to do if you don't know where the software is coming from. It may live out a medically when you plug in your phone, it might say, who will get a little this automatically for you. But I'm the treaty if you don't care to use it right now, I would just uninstall it or when you plug it in, it might say, click here to download the horizon, whatever it is manager or backup, right unanimity, whatever it is. Yeah. All right, so good. I appreciate it. You're welcome. Perry. Thanks a lot. Have a good day. You too. Bye bye. Bye. So you can't get rid of that if you're not gonna use it right. Makes sense. To me. We're gonna be here till eleven o'clock. Feel free to get online. We have four lines open for you. One. Eight hundred nine six, six WTI five to two WTI. Everything we talked about has been posted, live over a computer, talk with tab dot com..

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Iowa man says dog shot him in leg while playing on the couch

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Iowa man says dog shot him in leg while playing on the couch

"Kabc news live and local five thirty one i'm john wolf president trump's holding a rally for republicans in indiana tonight speaking in elkhart the president unveiled his new slogan for the twenty twenty presidential election by the way this is the first indiana our new slogan twenty twenty it is he america grain a burglary suspect who was then in a police chase ditch the vehicle ran into a santa ana albertson's and appeared to escape quote we think he changed his appearance in the store and unfortunately got away possibly with other shoppers being evacuated carry braun of the orange county sheriff's department said in dr drew's been warning this horrific diseases may return in a big way this summer will a ucla led group of researchers may have found a vaccine against anthrax the plague in tulu arabia three potent of pathogens likely to be used in a bioterror attack the university announced today if found to be safe and effective in humans the vaccines could protect people from all three and journalism students are taught that dog bites man doesn't make news but in this story from fort dodge iowa dog shoots man correspondent jan johnson explains fifty one year old richard remmy says his dog blue didn't mean to shoot him but he totally some horseplay got out of hand while wrestling around on the couch remmy says he tossed balu onto the floor blue bounded right back up and onto brumbies torso somehow disabling the safety and stomping on the trigger of a gun tucked into remi's belly band the gun fired remmy was wounded in the leg and spent a few hours at the hospital later telling the messenger newspaper that balu is a big wuss who lay down beside him and cried because he thought he'd.

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"tulu" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Tons of it that's not even relevant anymore the engineering's changed but so when i go to conferences or when i speak at conferences i'm sure i want to share as much information in value as i can but when i'm like standing on stage looking out of the crowd i'm not really looking all the people scribbling taking notes as fast as i can on looking at the people who are leaning over in whispering to each other because forming those bonds in that room with you and with david and with jason and with ryan mcginn and elliott holes those are the things that have massively propelled me and when i run my mastermind yes i bring an amazing speakers like you and all of the the other people who have been so kind donate their time and we teach the shit out of people yes we help them write copy and build a businesses but the thing that's most satisfying for me is when i see them form these alliances these relationships that last a lifetime one of my former mastermind guys you know joey percy yes higher jokes was in copy he's great he's but when he joined the mastermind he was trying to do fitness stuff and then he got and watching him make that pivot but last july joey got married in tulu mexico he was he asked me to officiate the wedding so actually married him in lauren there was seventy five people there it's a destination wedding of the seventy five people nine of them were connected to the mastermind in some way so that's over ten percent of ten days so when i say like i'm really excited to use the mastermind to help people build lifelong friendships and become like family that's that's really really what i care about helping people double and triple their income shirt.

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"tulu" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"She's freaking out lying it's like when kenya shows her baby also my fucking joggers okay how about that how's that for a deal you will the rumor the rumors on the internet is that kenya is coming back for season eleven and then cherie is gone but like you said who knows we'll see it when when we believe we'll believe it when we see it yes so what was i going to say about stupid kenya summer false have sepa survey but but it added that i don't know who cares well now comes to knee and the question is you know niimi you'll always shade kim for for wearing wigs but you wear them almost exclusively news like see but when kim whereas wigs they come from party city and then everyone and by everyone laughs even kim's socalled allies they are laughing at us betas by this time they're just laughing at everybody shade i mean they're yelling at each other about rape later and they're just all laughing like like worship we get to this rape conversation porsche spends the entire episode like that's shady because then someone writes in and goes candy i liked you with your rooster short hair and just like not rooster people here he because andy you know typical as he always does like the worst questions he's like to wander from tulu wants to know why you don't know double sided tape as well child and portions like hey.

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"tulu" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Fare worse still no sential but it's not yet assures of it only works because he plays what was probably a horn so on the original duke ellington version as a squawk tar so that's kind of fun lodge i'll yet i also impregnate east e saint louis tulu into parker's band i feel like nice little that ends the first sign on now on the vinyl there the major turn it over with a gun probably but i don't hate with a gun that's fair though i don't haitian divorce here's divorce i i just i just don't necessarily appreciate it wait ned did you say yours yet did i or might be one to to agree with their most importantly though because we can't talk about anywhere else but i wanna talk about a year because as many sober just dump whatever the fuck we want talk about how much fucking love fm that is like honestly one of their best stained a little pop songs if they ever do well the fun thing was what happened was while we're waiting for gaucho they showed up on the f n soundtrack and movie that another irving has office the guy he was a manager of lots of different bands and he landed the contract saying get us artists for the soundtrack of this record and he knew exactly to get so so the lot of really credible artists not obscure people it's very one those people and they specifically charge steely dan with writing title sung so you know they got the background is as ondemand sewing on his from somebody days and so they were able to do it and it's still got that sly this.

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"tulu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the house that i'm living in the flat that is among my flat it contains only two rooms and they're a lead of out if typed hanley's 510 these are living now in tulu testimonies unity and they are happy they said the fifth unlucky that we have you know a place to live indoors what about those people who are living outdoors who are living in cans to other cuffy is talking about the displaced people in in the it was the provinces in the north of the country is current home to about two million people in the half of them a displaced from other areas of the country that's one million people displaced in italy and since mid december three hundred thousand more people have been displaced within limits self so there are hundreds of thousands civilians there many of them not in their homes stamos' strangest staying in camps you can imagine the kind of chaos there is at the moment with this intense bombardment we've been down this road before richer with with the war in syria the un highlights the desperate situation there people get upset they get concern and then we all seem to go about our business what is holding up something as basic as getting humanitarian aid in let alone any kind of settlement to this conflict but i think this gets to the heart of why the un official was so frustrated he was making the point that the international community is looking away at the moment he said there was a misconception that the war in syria was winding down russia's leading diplomacy in these de escalation areas must remember that it live and easton gouta were part of a deescalation deal brokered by russia everyone thought it was going to calm things down but the opposite has happened as we've seen over the last week things are getting worse the some of the deadliest finds we seen in syria in a long time so what can actually be done i understand the assistant secretary general's frustration but i mean if the narrative right now is the war is coming to an end and which hope does he have it's difficult to say how it can be fixed really i think the perception in damascus is that they don't really need to negotiate the syrian government is now in control of most of the.

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"tulu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From npr news this is all things considered i'm mary louise kelley and i'm also chang now we take you to the top of the world to the northern coast of alaska where a cliff is crumbling and exposing an ancient hunting site oh there's another head back there earlier go ahead right here head right their main body right here across the arctic these prehistoric settlements are being unearthed and the reason why is climate change as npr's michael into class reports scientists are worried about something that click be lurking inside these settlements zombie pathogens at one top of an ocean bluff a team of archaeologists is trying to pull off an emergency excavation lipton vertebrae and other long boats that dominique tulu the student helping to dig out hunting cabin he stand a stash of animal bone at the other end of the house glynos aung shows me where some one was storing the fresh kills so this is this skin hair ready at my feet are mummified see in these shares are incredibly wellpreserved you could see their skin they're whiskers and this also are oh it's a little paul everywhere the date there's another surprise moses this is ridiculous that in jensen the archeologist leading the team the radical satan your key of it the town once known as bearup they're rushing the save a piece of history before falls into the ocean the cliff where the cabin is buried is thawing and breaking apart because of climate change is out of bird has earned after murder ever birds there up in there can there oh yeah there are others homework bogor things are getting super stinky the birds are going in rotting that's right now when students hands are covered in black the king bird flesh all know all their hands are my gosh oh now jensen starts worrying about something we can't see avian flu on the more favors oh norovirus yes the team realizes there could be birdflu hidden in these carcasses is he all across the arctic climate change is causing the ground to warm soften like butter and there are a lot of things buried in this ground not just animals but also their diseases ever taken right bali you're gonna drivers of that's seriously.

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"tulu" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Tassotti little apparent park it's his seki the tight end that he looks like maude as he carries four tacklers inside the 15 to the forty four yara forty six yard wide of washington that gave twenty 26 trace mcsorely has been the difference in this game went penn state has had the ball it's a beautiful throw at a window the has kosinski so talented as a tight n catching the ball down the field zone defense a window and he hits said mcsorley dozen between four zone defenders very tight window really nice ball amateur he will throw again is the tacit each candidate who was wide receiver jawad johnson good coverage here by byron murphy foot not good enough that he is stopped that the 35yardline but that's a gain of eleven another first now nimick sorely was recruited as a safety they signed him as a safety if you can believe that that ten state now he wanted to play quarterback and james franklin oil he had a chance to sit down and talk with him head coach for penn state yesterday he said we had to get the opportunity to actually see him alive throwing the ball at that point we said okay we'll give you a shot to play the position in said that new lines hoover left her i turkan washington 35yardline which solely on the read off of pick up the middle and as that lets us adults asked what did they catch it before it hit the ground the rule either incomplete but the ball was alive there for a second not sure the interior players on the defense for washington late we're able to make the scoop two thanks to the air look like it hit the ground and there is an opportunity there for dj beavers i believe to make the play yeah we were wide usallied and he got his body was inside there might have been bowman well actually was jared tulu number fifty six i believe put pula was trying to make the play and if bulu holds off at just allows beavers to make a play on the football they've got an interception well we're going to take a look at this one knack gets under the left forearm at the end of the plays that.

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"tulu" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"On the board come through five for seventy nine with a touch our eight targets 830 to yard odd pass was negated due to an offensive pass interference they yet to against tulu had to against him but certainly the touched on and i'm just like i don't understand offense a pass interference beal because it it seems to be called differently it does not just with game two game but play the play because in that particular play the that offender put his hand on evans arm first the contact with initiated by the defender in the evans uses arm to get the defender off of him so it's like player to player guys who are oversized have a tougher governor when it comes i now mike evans overs i mean he's a massive wide receiver drunk massive tied at here those guys have so many of those off it's a pound very calls that you're like are you kidding hamas renault so um disappointing but certainly nice to see see that oj howard had one big play gets in the end zone shows you the potential of what could be what what it could be like widow j howard so but then leaves the game right he left the game with an ankle injury and obviously shifted everything tors cameron bright who also left the scheme briefly did cameron bray with a knee and ray did we love in the first half came back he basically stayed out the whole second quarter and then came back later and finished four for forty nine was the final line for kimber breed the but perhaps the most surprising thing about this particular game field came before the gains right doug martin was a healthy scratch reportedly because actually a quarter the tea website he be violator rule he was ice would bench unum sanoh suspended but you know he was deactivated and payton barbara stepped in for thirteen russia fifty three yards three catches fifteen yards the reality is probably this you wanna start other one of those guys and a championship match up it sounds like doug martin lee back next week which like for the purposes of fantasy football if it was one or the.

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"tulu" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tulu" Discussed on KOIL

"A friend michael riedal devotes two pages to his interview with ivana trump and she kinda looks like the you know the joker from batman from know the tv newton but i could see michael riedal you know sucking down a couple of glasses of wine and go attorney put up but i'm a start on on our twitter twitter thing goal at the end of show michelle wright which are sometimes look sometime look tweet albano rail sometimes but put up a picture of a window and a violation of honor trump got an immediate separate or birkdale ozone i'm tribe running around disaster areas while anyway well let's continue with the vodka she went after malania trump the current first lady this would be cut tulu i'll continue to talk talk about lands have fourteen days i had the technology to lighthouse on to call him to advocacy nights toronto close any kind of tell us they are something that is basically first round by the new milk or meat maloney's spokesperson went back attar said it was a she's attentionseeking so this is selfserving noise the net uh malania plant sees her title enroll to help children not sell books we got us a few boss moon yes we like it and are listed note a a as as far as harvey weinstein goes the late night guys did step up by last night really i regard well well well let's listen to we haven't heard this from coal bear this is a joke that he did last night it was a local reporter in new york said wednesday and forced her to watch him masturbate into a potted plants if you ever have dinner harvey weinstein is house avoid the fresh basil and after the cells than serve when he comes around the table that's not a pepper grinder his whole god grind your and of course the guy that was supposed to replace kohl bear the fed english guy james cordon he went after wind seen a little bit and so did the jimmy fallon he is accused of they're they're pretty despicable even a hurricane harvey was like dude you'll giving me a five the other big story harvey winds he was fired by.

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