35 Burst results for "Turin"

Jacobellis earns 1st US gold at Olympics in snowboardcross

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Jacobellis earns 1st US gold at Olympics in snowboardcross

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"turin" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:27 min | 8 months ago

"turin" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"So there was something on the line, but I think I said in the last part, I wonder how it's going to handle that, you know, because suddenly this is a match without any pressure on, where she's been playing matches with loads of pressure on for months. And very notably, her performance dipped is the worst match she's played for weeks. You know, without that need to win, it's kind of impossible to give your absolute best, but yeah, it's the problem with round Robin, frankly. Yeah. Which is, you know, we've given it a bit of a big up, this week because we had a good side of it early on when Schwarzenegger lost early and then got her chance in Sabine anchor as well in their chance to really show what they're made of in the next match and all the rest of it. But yeah, last night was the last two nights not great, really. I mean there have been some highlights which we'll get onto. But I mean, just to cover off what else went on, Carolina. What a sentence this is. Carolina Pliskova lost the first set 6 love. So that actually made it two consecutive 6 love sets that she'd lost because bliska had lost the second set in her match against her conservate the previous round Robin match as well. And then she came back and she beat Barbara crooked cheek of her, so she's one love 6, and then won the next two sets. But both of them were eliminated. What do I have to tell him that was? Loving round Robin. Honestly. Yeah, it was so the worst of plasma in the first set, you know, not even moving her feet and losing 6 love. And then the best of her, she fought with everything she had to give herself a chance to qualify. She had to win. She did win. And then muguruza went and won in the evening anyway, so her comeback was in vain against critique of her. And they were both eliminated. It's I can kind of relate to political and not bother him to move her feet. I mean, I play tennis once a week. And if I can reach a ball just by leaning over and extending one of my long arms. Which you can normally I'm going to do that. I'm going to bother moving my feet. Anyway, let's talk about the one match that really had something on it. The winner take all match last night between Maria Zachary and arena sabalenka. And it wasn't great all the way through by any means. It was the third set. I mean, they shared the first two sets on tie breaks. Now Saba linka led both of those sets with a break of serve. So really, she will have regrets. She really should have won the match overall. But in the third set, which Sakura eventually ended up winning. It was just a nerve fest, error strewn, and whoever could just handle it quite honestly. What was your take from it? I mean, you've obviously said at the outset that you thought thackeray would reach that stage and reach the semifinals. But given what happened in match two for sabalenka, did you think maybe we might see another turn of events in this particular match? Yeah, I did, actually. I thought sabalenka might carry that momentum that she'd found in the second match against me on tech into this one. She had a very good head to head record against Zachary coming into this. I think she'd won four of their matches, including a couple of absolute thrashings in their most recent meetings. But if I was like one step back sorry one step forward two steps back for Anka to be honest, this tournament. She really got it together against fey on tech. And this match was a mess, really, wasn't it from her? I mean, she served for the first set, as you said, she lost it. She had a set point, didn't take it. She had multiple double faults in the tiebreak and lost that first set. She then served for the second set twice and got broken both times, eventually won it in a tiebreak and just when you think she's got the momentum going into the deciding to set and she's up a break in fact in the deciding set, she hits ten double faults in that third set. 19 in the match altogether. Just 19. Just all over the place with her serve. And it was a sort of familiar tale really for her she's got the game. She absolutely has the game. She's in a winning position. She just can not keep it together in these sort of high pressure situations. And Zachary, we spoke about the other day being at her most dangerous, I think when she's behind in the score and the way the max unfolded kind of suited her, I suppose, because she was behind. She then had these real spurts in the match where she got back into it and just in the end, that was enough to take her over the line. So yeah, I suppose I was a bit surprised that sabalenka didn't finish it off, considering she was in that position, but then history tells us that Sabine can do that. Yeah. But great scenes at the end though, I think, for saccharin, I always find myself drawn to her when she's either struggling or whether she's getting over the line, she just because she lets you in. She doesn't leave anything. Hidden in terms of how she's feeling about things. And I end up really feeling her emotions and pain and suffering and joy when she when she manages to succeed. And she came into the press conference afterwards really, really good, interesting press comments. And then she was kind of asked about the progress she's made and the fact that she's amongst these 8 players now and that she's in this company and that she's been, you know, if you think back, she was a point away from the French Open final and that really hurt her at the time and she admitted that the stress just got to her too much in the moment, and she thinks she'd be better next time. And then she came in at a good run at the USA open and here she is in the final 8, and now she's made the semifinals of the big tournament the WTA finals. And that can get to people can't. Some people can get impostor syndrome and feel like they just don't belong in this company..

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"turin" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"turin" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"We should really try to a goal that we have work in. Our agenda is tweeted trying to integrate into read it systems so integrated system in a way that can shed light on also on some of the things that we think we know about to the brain and mind but don't actually a no so. I think this is really a key. <hes> r- research on his and at least from a horde Perspective all the five of my long by the A yai and i think that he's also going to be one of the of the goal of enjoying tangent in general because we are now reaching on his coming who become neon now when a okay we need to find the of young girls that personally and then that we need to find find me something more to make the next jump in my ripples out out so i am just trying to make the fine. Th of regarding salmon in the elements that web somehow neglected some in the last decade but then can be used for the next generation <hes> in the next generation. The i for my own understanding until you what you proposing is sort of an integrated approach So we ask somebody years really on the abandoned them event to the deep learning load and i heard somebody say the other day that there's nothing deep learning solve from a famous company in silicon valley. And i you know so what you're suggesting is that be most human predictions been wrong especially about the future work. What you're saying is that they could be used at the abandoned from previous situations that you could bring back to the conver- gm be might have even more power for vase to solve the problem. Yeah he's not through. That can do everything. I mean this. This belongs to the marketing angrily. All say the same fica scientific globally. It goes every everything that you cannot do. Everything reinforcement learning making clear. By showing we shouted. The foundations is making his background. We check the allegations of these different approaches. That now a us every day they said in the car and so you can do something. We learned something. We pray for smith and make something we promote. Release the reasoning. Something the logic. Something really need to find a way. Unify these things you go. I sees that all these different state. A thesis of model that have been a able to mobile these aspects of commission but no one of them useable for more than all the aspects of a let's say integration is really the key that he the. I'm not gonna say look black. Respond to this kind of marketing. The planes with having is a gesture a false Trauma <hes> point-of-view otherwise. I mean we the year open. Get ball the next generation. Excellent did i agree completely. Excellent antonio assessment big. Thanks so much suspended. I me i just wanted to mention the name of the book Cognitive designed for artificial mind. It gives a good back down to history. Good background of the status goal and boston new direction. So thanks again. thank you very much for. The insurance was really blake. This is a scientific sense. Podcast providing unscripted conversations with leading academics and researchers on a variety of topics. If you'd like to sponsor this podcast please reach out to in full. At scientific sense dot com.

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"turin" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"turin" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"I'm not optimum But in general it's able to do a lot of things reasonably okay at that mall is still still a good one so i want to go to chapter in the work so people are talking about the singularity forever. I i know that it's coming. I'm just convinced it's coming in time soon. But but suppose is coming and people talking about in terms of how do they differentiate human from machine. There are many tests right. There was a touring famous tooling tests and that that is now. There are many many Eat rations of it now. You wanna talk a bit about the. Yeah i mean putting fast was Lithuania during the Actually of machine yeah is. That machine is intelligent in each the behavior. Yuck machine is not recognizable by a new one. Josh as these friends that we respect the kind of that the Not you can provide it. We d now. I kind of of homeless compensation which of course newman jack ma. No which is the i mean. Who is providing the who said in the of the governor of the tooting and this is something that you say explaining chocolate. Five of the of the book is that these things really language base and the another problem well known is that these. Let's say just as the owned analogies back is. I tried to make clear in the book the same up in be generated by completely manny's by completely eastern processes so What i propose In the book is another kind of. I'm not stay Best buy tip a framework wishaw framework. Which is not subjected because of course including that Jobs that we're gonna be went doctors. Connect you for opinions about whether the who they are reading is one man or the lerma via machine. What are your team then another problem. Is that these kinds of this kind of minimum. Conaty breathed allows for a graded among which so injuring test. You add something like okay. This is human and these a machine. He's kind of land things you cannot. They cannot freely have or say on sixty fifty kind is a human judge weighed in reach. You judge the alcohol of even system and a mistake. That the kind of alex would that the kind of framework effect fools alone for both are on the and you end up..

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"turin" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"turin" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"The motherly i understand irs antonio so would it be correct in saying functional system is sort of an engineering design so we have an objective beacon meet that objective through engineering design like an aircraft flying but it has nothing to do with. Let's say biological system like a bullet for example There's also Methodology and such system would be when be playing to replicate in some way. Violence ecosystem does right and so it's not just the outward. It's also the process of reaching put. Yeah that's right. But i mean i will say that both system are on the luna's overrun engineering solution. Okay so they are is off runner. Judaism should but as you were mentioning on one end not a calm way in which the extra he's able to solve the scene custom problem and on the other end you say take care also of the processes that lead to a Kind of Thing kind of up. And in general i will say one of the main elements of divergence of a showing of can field in the in the in the last nikki's ease their the fall. Who's on the function outside. Okay so Stocking from haiti. Says i was mentioning. There was Stockroom to focus on very narrow location also score of commercializing some of these application on our phone we ever nowadays a lot of narrow. Asc's them up later of different. Different things right bach. I mean on one end. These kinds of dvd leaper approach led these The emergence of these kinds of honesty narrow and hyperspace allies system on the other end. The there was a. Let's say we lost somehow. The big picture about studying and understanding. What do we do. We mean with a reader occasion data jets and also from a practical perspective. How can we actually eat agree Notables aged old these different kinds of a yai Specialize in very narrow domains. I think this is the one of the blinds of of the book. So if we want to integrate all these different all hyperspace a yeah which work very well that the rains we need to Somehow saddened the academic tro commitments. That biological these that also showed these general parkway the have and have phased in order to raise these different point. So we'll why do come to mind Antonio going back go back. Original discussion be used computers. Computers are sort of a general purpose system. So in the functional design world when we create hyper specialized. They're not general-purpose machines anymore. They are actually very much like a tool like an internal competition. And so in some sense. I talk about this. You know. i-i-in watch google's half ago. These are functional systems highest super specialized functional systems tools. That does one thing. So we can't. We can't categorize them as artificially in the influence of intelligence debating. That people can be. Okay i i agree. I agree with you. I have nothing against the system. You charleena c. The staple yok over gene that that we have so they are great rate. A i won't say that they are specialized. They have not been able to see. Generalize the kind of governability that achieved in specific Fields in august over the wide range of the communities that we have in a moment and one of the reasons of these The lack of ability of transfer of transferring data in one fee of the in another feed is due to the fact that the what we know in the female version call to science in the last four years that We again If that we can really do not have any kind of.

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"turin" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"turin" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"But you don't have to take serious so at which is why i love. I love your show a living under show. I love having you on my show because it's like it's a good time in like we're not really working. I don't think was old very stressful. I mean very nervous but now it's always a blessing. Yeah really appreciate it. Always a great time. Yeah it's i think that's a good approach to whatever you're doing is if it can feel more like fun. It feels less like work if you don't have that feeling like you're just pushing the ball uphill then it's gonna go better for you so in the other aspect and this is what you've done through kind of anti turin in and especially since kind of your reset the that we were talking about earlier is you've really really let your personality and just who you are. Come through and shine in no matter. What will you slice it that resonates with people comes through your business. It comes through. Whatever you're doing it comes through your syrup and pancake analogies. The list goes on and when you look back at kind of your journey out of the woods you're kind of re emphasis on on building through tube with one minute media your transition to digital.

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"turin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"turin" Discussed on KOMO

"Turin, son come on news and right now we have 32 Tacoma, 33 everything. Emerson and 35, Seattle. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 77 46 Now Cuomo News. Good Morning I'm Ryan Harrison, the Co Moh 24 7 News Center. There's a lot of discussion in Washington about invoking the 25th amendment to remove President Trump before Joe Biden takes office January 20th, But ABC is Jonathan Karl says It's basically a long shot on the 25th amendment. The big problem there is that it would take too much time. I'm telling you, based on the conversations I've had, if it were simple is a vote of the Cabinet, hey, might be gone already regarding impeachment Republicans or privately talking about that is a real possibility as well, not just Democrats. If there were a vote in the house, I'm told There would probably be about two dozen Republicans that would vote in favor of impeachment. The sense is that he's not fully in touch with reality. I don't know how worried he is, but people around him are very worried, and I believe that was a big part of why he came out with that video message. There is increasing pressure. The Wall Street Journal editorial said that he should resign to avoid becoming the only president to be impeached twice. That's ABC News. White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. This is a common morning news rewind. CNN's chief international correspondent, Clearasil Ward works in some of the most dangerous places in the world, and now she is taking us along with her. She's written a memoir about her experiences that's called on all fronts. The education of a journalist and Claris award is with us right now. Good morning. Good morning, Greg Amanda. We've appreciated your reporting for many years, and you have seen just about everything, whether it's in Russia or any other part of the world. You've been in war zones. I'm kind of curious how you have been able to explain what Vladimir Putin's Russia is to American viewers. Yeah, it's certainly not without its challenges. I first started going to Russia when I was about 16 years old, so back in 1996, and I've lived there twice since, and I studied Russian literature and speak some of the language and it's been incredible to see Way Russia has changed under Vladimir Putin the way his leadership has changed from when he first assumed office to now where he has basically taken full, powerful control. No, uh, no prognosis for him to be removed from power anytime soon, And I think what you've seen is that he's really sort of kind of put Russia back on the map in terms of trying to Create a cyst scenario whereby Russia's really geo politically strategically important again, and that gives them some leverage, because economically, of course, there's they're struggling. The election is only three weeks away from today. It's a very important time in our country. What do you think we should be paying attention to? On the international front? There's a lot of big stories happening out there. Understandably, the U. S is very much focused on his own backyard. I think there is an uprising happening in Belarus on Russia's doorstep with Led by women, primarily trying to get rid of their leader who was Europe's last dictator who was supported in part by the Kremlin. I think that's a story that probably would be a lot more on the radar of many of Americans if it wasn't such a crazy, hectic news cycle. In the U. S. So I would be keeping a close eye on that one and also on China because the US is, you know, potentially just steps away from another. Cold War, this one with China, not with Russia. But obviously that would have huge implications for the country. So it's a tense time to be sure, Test time for journalists around the world as well. I imagine you're concerned about what's happening. I am concerned. I am concerned. I hate to see journalism being disparaged because I think ultimately it's inception, important service and for any healthy, thriving society. And I see that when journalists are disparaged at home, it really empowers authoritarians and other countries around the world to treat their journalists with even less respect, and that potentially puts journalists and in actual danger, so I would love to see a return to the days when when journalists were sort of regarded with respect, universally by people, or at least at the very least, we with tolerance and respect. Stay safe. We appreciate your reporting and your time. CNN's chief international correspondent Claris Award, The Comal Morning News with manufacturing Greg her Schultz on Co Moh news and it's 7 50. It's time now for your co Moh propel insurance Money Update with art Sander's record highs for the stock market on Friday, the S and P added 500.5%. Rising.

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Software developer from Issaquah, SE of Seattle, pleads guilty to COVID-19 fraud scheme

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Software developer from Issaquah, SE of Seattle, pleads guilty to COVID-19 fraud scheme

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"turin" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"turin" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"turin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"turin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I spoke with Dr John How A V M A President About one. Health health is really a collaboration between positions veterinarians. Health officials, for example, in Minnesota state public veterinarian deals with zoonotic diseases. Rabia's, for example. Animals or sentence for humans, humans or sentence for infections. There's more valuable information and a V M dot or Portland, Oregon. Fire investigators say there's extensive damage to the city Chabad Jewish Center. And it was the second fire at that building in the past five days. They say the arson team is investigating no longer being measured by the dozens. But California is battling wildfires that number in the hundreds. Here's governor Gavin Newsom. Currently we are battling some 367 known fires that are burning statewide. On the upside, Newsom says. The very large apple fire in Southern California is no longer so large. Almost 100% contained. Minor that appeared on Discovery Channel's gold Rush. David Turin's lost mine has passed away Jersey Goings found unresponsive on the set in Colorado on Tuesday night. He was 60 years of age down NASDAQ and hasn't the futures are down slightly, And this is Yusa Radio news. Now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices.

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The Surprising Connection Between the VW Golf and the DeLorean

Past Gas

05:27 min | 2 years ago

The Surprising Connection Between the VW Golf and the DeLorean

"There's a very solid chance that Georgia Jaro is the greatest car designer of all time. His genius was in his ability to combine amazing artistic creativity with practical engineering know how his designs are futuristic even fifty years later. But when he drew them, they weren't just concepts. They were practical blueprints. WHO's measurements were strictly proportioned to be something. A driver could actually use that combination of artistic innovation and practicality made Jaro one of the. Most bankable designers of the seventies and eighties all told his decades long career. He designed over two hundred cars totaling over sixty million in sales sixty million units. You've almost definitely ridden or driven a car that Gerardo originally designed I always confused by that sixty million because I was like that could be just the mark one Gulf in one year. That's like, yeah, that's the mark one golf if they sold them for sixty dollars. Yeah like not even they sold them for like three like. Yeah, yes. Sixty million units. That's nuts. That's like conservatively. A. Like a Billion Dollars Oh like billions I'd probably say more than that. Yeah. Long Story Short to jar continues to have a massive influence on automotive design but who influenced to Jaro? Born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight he couldn't come from a long line of car designers because cars hadn't been around for that long. Instead his father grandfather and great-grandfather were all artists who specialized in painting elaborate murals and frescos in the churches and palaces of Italy. Naturally Young Georgetta himself wanted to follow the family tradition and be a painter himself. However, real life intervened in the depressed post World War Two economy of Italy Mario Jer. Father recognized his son's artistic talent but wanted to make sure Jetta learned practical applications for his skills. Italy was no longer a country of churches and palaces that needed painting after centuries of tradition it was now being pushed into modernity by global forces of change. So as a teenager Ger, jetta was sent sixty miles north from Garesh CEO father's town to the city of Turin to study technical drawing and costume design. Strange Mix. Drafting table on one side of the room. One of those cool. Sewing Mannequins on the other yet no head no arms no legs just that torso the bus. All of his costumes look like little cars. For centuries, terrain has been a major cultural hub of Italy with centuries of painters opera, an architecture that tradition of creativity was alive and well in the nineteen fifties when Georgetta arrived to the city. It must have been an incredibly inspiring place for a brilliant teenage artist to be sent to study. Terrain also happened to be the home of the country's automotive industry which had thrived in the early twentieth century but had been knocked on its by World War Two with scoreboard alert Italy Kinda lost most importantly though Fiat was based in Teheran Fiat was the General Motors of. And as time went on, it acquired. So many of its competitors that a couple of decades later Fiat was practically the Italian auto industry. Have you guys ever seen the test track? They have on top of the Fiat factory yet so cool it's so cool. So much of success is simply being in the right place at the right time and for a young designer to Rin of the nineteen fifties was exactly that time and place by then the Italian economy was picking up and car manufacturing was a vital ingredient to the recovery. Meanwhile, Jaro was studying at art school during the day and studying technical design at night among the things he was drawing were cars and one fateful day jar sketches crossed the desk of Dante Giacosa Fiat's technical director. GIACOSA was the designer of the Fiat Five, hundred, a compact city car that would sell nearly four million units and cement Fiat's postwar dominance. He was impressed enough to bring Jaro, who had no work experience to that point on board as a junior designer at the age of seventeen. That's a gamble I mean that's. Amazing. What kind of drawings were you guys doing at seventeen? I actually had this cool skull that I was really cultivating through high school I was doing skull. I would draw zero. Skull. And the Greg Logo. Nice that's all you need. So we would probably work at We'd probably be doing designs for Spencer's sounds like. A. Jarrah started at Fiat during a golden age of the Italian auto and a big reason for the industry success was the increasing collaboration between the engineers and designers.

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Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

Not Too Shabby

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

"Italian scientists have reported that the waste water of three northern cities had traces of the new coronavirus two months before the first official cases were recorded from Rome mark Lewin once corona virus erupted in the northern Italian region of Lombardy with the first recorded cases in late February suspicions grew that it had in fact been present here for some time now that theory has been stood up by researchers from Italy's national health institute who found traces in waste water samples taken in Milan and Turin in mid December around the same time the virus was first reported in China that could help shed light on how will cove in nineteen took hold here in its first major outbreak in Europe

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Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

"The Italian health institute has reported that the waste water of three northern cities have traces of the new coronavirus long before the first Italian case was detected that was only in mid February mark Lewin reports Italy was whether corona virus outbreak erupted in Europe in late February with the first recorded case in the northern region of Lombardy but it was long thought that the virus had been circulating here earlier now that suspicion has been stood up by Italy's national health institute whose research has found traces of it in waste water in the cities of Milan and Turin in December and in Bologna a month later this study could help identify the source of the infection I'm shows the importance of waste water to tracking the parts of the

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"turin" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"turin" Discussed on WJR 760

"People killed by the police but nineteen unarmed white people killed by the police now that's a lot because you never seen that on TV have you can we haven't seen a video of any of those nineteen the overall killed by police by racer three earned fifty white people killed by police in Turin thirty five black people killed by police now obviously there's more white people such a high percentage of Bob but did you realize that there are more white people killed by police every year than by people now that's a lot it's the truth the people don't wanna hear it the vast majority of cops are doing everything they can not to shoot people of color that's not the only study showed twenty seventeen paper Harvard economist Roland fryer no evidence of racial discrimination and shootings another one by friar after controlling for whether the suspect was armed the nature of the suspects encounter with the officer and other relevant factors blacks in Houston were twenty seven point four percent less likely to be shot by the police relative to non black non Hispanics he also found the most granular data which takes into account crime rates civilian behavior before and during a police civilian interaction suggests no bias in police shootings in fact it was a lab study of police shoot don't shoot decisions in the state of Washington they had a realistic video simulator and they found that they were three times less likely to shoot unarmed black suspects than unarmed white suspects then they had another shoot don't shoot experimented university Chicago guess what they found police don't shoot unarmed black civilians at any higher rate than on armed white civilians but if you tell no studies there is a non starter that's a lot years making it up your spend it more white people are killed by police every other black people once the last time you saw a viral video of a white suspect being killed or abused by police and white isn't that show when it happens more than I have in the last six packs because it doesn't fit the narrative so it isn't shown so most of America doesn't even think it happens so is it any wonder we have so many people thinking the cops are racist feeling like they can't stop it and like the only thing to do is to turn the rage against what buildings cops common uses orange city journal he found many who report the news are swept up in a moral panic about white racism they promote stories that confirm their pre existing opinions and ignore stories that do not that's what people know to mere rice but don't know Daniel Shaver white man killed under similar circumstances by the way there is video of it have you ever seen it that's what people remember Alton sterling but not Dylan noble police in Fresno California shot Dylan noble an unarmed white teenager there's video of it did you see that on CNN in a loop or ever no he didn't a life is a life regardless of its color regardless of the color of the person who takes it it's hard to imagine a principle more import in America than this one and more under threat from the prevailing passions of our time I was coming here that's great stuff right there he writes are justified by the riders because they believe that the cops in society are racist and killing people look like them and they went up to a frenzy by the media in the so called leaders in colleges teach and that leads to anger and frustration they believe it keeps happening and no one cares and it won't change there's nothing they can do so right so now that Frank or sell it for revenge you're doing something you're uniting with others in your anger it gets a lot of attention it gets news coverage they believe it might get something change it's a desire to hurt them whoever they are for a while making them feel some of our pain for a while make no sense logically but emotionally makes sense but the truth the facts if you actually care about him as America's not systemically racist systemically means that we have the laws were government is is coming after you for your color that the businesses are coming after you for you the colleges are come that's our used to be but prejudice in our government private businesses hiring it's it's now legal government agencies private businesses universities they're looking to hire minorities now not trying not to they're going on the way to hire promote minorities that's a fact and that is great progress in the vast majority of individuals not only are not racist but they're going out of the way to make sure they don't do anything that could remotely be called racist because being called racist is one of the worst things you can be called and same thing for cops here we have the college professors the media the celebrities on Twitter that the so called leaders the black lives matter people in more one you believe it's still nineteen fifty Mississippi burning and I'm sorry it's not true and I'm not going to take a need to say it is I'm here to stand up for people our mystery like George Floyd not to say things that aren't true and paint every single cop is a racist America's how horrible racist compared to what compared to what country which country has a more diverse population that we do and gets along better than we do we don't have been slavery would invent racism they're still slavery in Africa now the pro and con list of America you put it up against any other country and we are number one today now you realize we fought a war and spent trillions of dollars trying to make up for slavery and racism and that counts for nothing have we learned nothing because these all the money in the government programs in the world you can throw out there won't solve racism personal relationships will talking with each other understanding how we feel actually trying to get facts that we can agree on and then actually talking to each other not yelling past each other not manipulating our fax this to this and understand it will have a right to an opinion and we might not have the same opinion and that doesn't mean you're a racist or a bigot or a world person simply because you disagree can we get to that point the fund the police are you crazy you know that's gonna hurt the most people in high crime areas you know where most of the high crime areas or the inner city you know who lives there most people of color you really think that's the solution you have been paying attention so what is the solution I'm gonna get more into that in just a second with your phone calls on it to eight five five four hundred savage gets on board that's a great all year for you till you got.

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Designing Downton Abbey, an Interview with Anna Mary Scott Robbins

Dressed: The History of Fashion

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Designing Downton Abbey, an Interview with Anna Mary Scott Robbins

"Can you take us through? What a typical design process for an episode might look like I mean how does one design a TV show? There's so many things to consider that there are a great many things and especially with dynamics. Such large ensemble cast you know you've got some twenty-five principal actors the Turin Day in day out. So it's the kind of huge logistical challenge and we filmed. So it's nine episodes. Who is eight episodes plus the Christmas special in each series? I did so. You're never really designing one episode. I start with and possibly a couple of weeks pratt on my own. Which would be my research. Volume would be wonderful and exciting and then slowly my team with those so. I have my assistant designers in supervisor. Starting the workroom would start and it would slowly build up to a very fast paced team of people working very hard to get ready for the first day of shoot but then carried through as you prepped ahead. So you'd be establishing costumes from episode one of prepping for episode two. So it was a a kind of plate. Spinning exercise has an empty pain one. I had Breaking them scripts and check those as you went up so that you were never call tights and things moved quickly with the way that when a script would be an issue too when we start filming. The wasn't a huge turnaround period. So it was pretty challenging but brilliant. I really did utilize the work. Climb may law from scratch and we use a lot of original pieces so I could see a lot of pressure myself to kind of use as much as I could. You know it's interesting because I'd costume design and working costumes American. I'm super curious. Kind of the difference. how departments are organized in the UK. But do you start by so you get the script. Do you kind of have a trajectory already about where the seasons going. Yes I think. We had two treatment that gave us a a rough breakdown of fought. Might be in store and it's crypts. Were kind of rolled out as we went. I think we filmed two episodes together. So you would do one in two three and four or five and six so that locations wise it made a bit more sense and so you did have a have an overview but when you break down the scripts no beat so many specific requirements each script that were controlled hugely by what they were doing at the time if they were having you know whatever conversation and thing that happened within the script the costumes were dictated by what time of day it was to vent. They were taking in because there were so many rules of dress it for adhered to at that time so and designing such a collaborative process to right. So you're collaborating you have those initial meetings with the director and you guys kind of agree on expectations for that episode or whatnot. But then you're also collaborating with other departments right yes absolutely I mean. My Job's very collaborative. The initial conversations are with my producers. Who showed run that The the show as it were alongside the director. I work closely with an Donna which the production designer net. Colin's the hair makeup designer cinematographer director of photography. I would work closely. With in terms of lighting and grading you know how the fabrics were going to behave in front of the camera. So you're looking at bigger costumes. Wouldn't the world that going to inhabit? An? How am I going to work with other against that set? So there's lots of different considerations when you're working out will each person wavered never nice Latian. They're always working within a multi factor affecting and. Can you tell us a little bit? About how your department structured? How many costumers and Taylor's cutter fitters How many people worked in just in the costume department on any given episode a bit? Tricky to think BECCA beaten as being five or six years and play started and then gone on to design the film and the film was a bit bigger. And so my. My memory of the television series has faded. Essentially it was. It was a a forward croom on the series. I had one better and to food makers and to train me. I would grasped in addiction seemed to sit and I needed to. I had a supervisor and an assistant designer and then I had my onset team or droop manager and two or three Standbys Department of two so it was a smaller department in the film which then increased across the

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"turin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"turin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Instructors rescued from the cathedral by a fireman where is the shroud nowadays center it's actually it's actually in Turin knocked it into chill winds at three fifty expeditions in the I believe it's called the cathedral of St John the Baptist it was given to the the church in the nineteen nineties before that that belong to the the family is that they do because at some point and it was he who who allow that the step team to in nineteen seventy eight including Barry Schwartz and Dr John Jackson and and many others to the people the people that from that it would be working with NASA and and Los Alamos and jet propulsion apart she said eminent scientists and researchers and it was the you could support who allowed them to do that but after he died he gave the close to the church and the church hasn't allowed much access to it by my research is it safely tucked away yes that's right it's in a in a fireproof house get that any comes out very rarely on public display how did we physically get the shroud how was it handed down well there is evidence that the if you can trace the the history of the trout because before it was in two in it was in an engineering and and trump and front the knights Templar street were watching a two or three while I'm before before it caught it before it got to do that that well and unidentified knights Templars as such but they were it was it does look like it was stolen from Constantinople or at least it was the yeah yeah taken from Constantinople bye bye crusaders in the IT to cook to Constantinople from high school at eight Tessa and it took up to it Dessa from Jerusalem next up let's go to Laura in New York welcome to the program hi Laura I thank you for taking my call to serve me thank you for the work that you do I appreciate that you said that consciousness had to exist before the Big Bang because I totally agree with that I think this is too simple questions about the shroud thank you my first is thank you been consulted on in some manner where they sat and held it because psychics or psyche can so many ways and one way is they can hold something and then get an impression from it it was wondering if psychics were consulted in the process and why not and then my second question is I agree with you that it comes from a sort of cosmic light from the body and all the things that you said I agree with that but I'm questioning whether or not it belongs to Jesus and the reason why I'm questioning that is is it possible that it could be all those things in light from the body but belong to someone else like that does it have to belong to him I mean it's okay if it does I find those just wondering is it possible that it's as genuine as it is as old as they say in cosmic as it is but it belongs to someone else is that possible okay take your first question first I'm not aware of what the psychics have held it but if because anything that a psychic says that someone will say that's your subjective experience and that has been subject to a lot of empirical scientific testing and at that it's been published in a peer reviewed journals and I'm provides evidence that amongst other things to it with prince's until your second question it does look like this was the the aircraft off the historical Jesus masters my set for several reasons one is and I I go to them in more detail in the book but there's very good reason to think that it was the trout image was formed between the years of S. six and sixty six eighty OCD is what everyone calls it and that it was exposed to the elements in an Earth Day everyone parts of Jerusalem based on the poem evidence in around March or April and this was a victim of Roman crucifixion he's uniquely had been tortured with the cap that shop objects placed upon his head which matches the story in the Bible of where Christ was stuck in the side in the thorns on his head in the nails in his arms yeah yeah and and whoever it was and of course the the point I make in the in the book is so that this relates to the potential of a whole human beings not of course to make dramatic spectacular sensational at physical objects but it's about the power of mind it's what it's what made that happen that we all have that potential I mean for example the if one looks at the image this is Jesse was suspended above the ground well during his lifetime he was reported to have been seen to to walk on the water and rise above the ground and it was all said there was a point when it was said that it looked like he was shining brighter than the sun but the interesting thing is that and another human being Peter it's also said to have walked on the water and the it's a fascinating thing which I go into more detail in the book is that it's suggested that when he had a moment of doubt he starts to sink so what that suggests is that there's a potential that we'll we'll have which is if you like how our thoughts our intentions and our actions as I can about the too loud so it doesn't allow that that light into us in and through us and that if it does it can have the power to really reduce the amount of enforcement of matter that then candidate because of its.

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"turin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"turin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Full that the care you're on the edge of Todd Turin about music Friday let's get some people.

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News in Brief 7 October 2019

UN News

03:08 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 7 October 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations following reports that the United States is withdrawing troops from northeast Syria the UN on Monday against further displacement of civilians from the Turin Region Regional Humanitarian Coordinator panels moon says reportedly told correspondents in Geneva the UN had made contingency plans to assist civilians forced to flee Sir need for concord the need for discussion the need for multi-lateralism the need for Dialogue Between Different Cultures Matt Wells U._N. News

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"turin" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:03 min | 3 years ago

"turin" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Clark, sitting across from me is Charles, w Chuck fry looking so sharp today, nudes rested on a shark wrapped in my hearing bone. Linden. I thought that was an 0 scarf. You like in independent. He's that's the second 0 scarf joke. You've made although one was live on stage where you. Well. Accidentally made fun of a lady there on the first lady was like. Dover? And lo and behold, she's wearing an 0 scarf back from that pretty fast. I don't get what it was called 0 scarf, because it looks as if it never ends. I think it's a scarf that is sewn together. It's like a ring. Okay. It's all okay, not a good name for it. All right. For not a great invention like an 0 pool that never ends can swim and swim forever. It looks as if a rich person pools. Not like my above ground. The rest of the Nater the hit. Right next to the trampoline. Yeah. All right. I think we've insulted enough people. Well, that was a Simpsons reference technically they. And the hick. Yeah. Yes, we did. Anyway, let's talk shroud of Turin. Chuck. Are you familiar what made you pick this Easter? No, timing. Although heck, that's great timing. Seriously? It was to be honest. I was listening to an episode of w t f with Marc Maron, and he it's an older episode again all of our ideas from Arkansas. I'm going to moustache. Well, I've grown it and just gonna shave the beard, right? Yeah. He was interviewing William freed can the director, right? And who is it turns out? It's quite chatty. Talking all the time. He talked a lot a really good interview. Interviewee. Yeah. Sure. But he saw the drought of turn and person. And he described the experience. Now thought we'd done one on that. That's pretty important relic. What was his reaction to it? He wept. So that's, that's actually something it's called Jerusalem syndrome. Yeah. He he was incredibly MU and he's not, especially well, he talked a lot about Jesus specifically, but said that he's not religious, but he really has a thing for Jesus. He doesn't identifies a Christian, but he really he is a big fan of Jesus, Jesus, file share, which is, you know, sure a lot of people like that, I think. But yeah, there's even messianic Jews Jews for Jesus. An apparently William freaking I mean biology two categories. Bowel accounts. Jesus the historical figure. It's pretty stand up guy. Sure. You know. Sure. And I think, stop dancing around this. Okay. We're not a religious podcast. Oh, we're not not every time we've ever done a religious episode. We've gotten so much blowback from every single thing we got wrong. Sure, there were like our structure is not really set up to two podcasts on religion very much. The shroud of Turin is such an interesting and contentious, flashpoint where science and religion meat. Yeah. Yeah. Big time that we just couldn't possibly pretend like it doesn't exist. It's too interesting. Yeah. Agreed. And I can imagine that William freakin wet deterrent. I would love to see the shroud of Turin myself. I, I have no idea what my reaction would be. But I wouldn't be surprised if I did weep when I saw it sure what? Ever. The shroud of Turin is it is probably the most venerated object in the world. Yeah. Perhaps, I it's at least among the top two or three. Sure that. Yeah. And the idea that so many people look at this thing with love, and in amazement that it, somehow imbues it with the very stuff that they that it's venerated for Howard way. Imagine that, even as you would get hit by that. Well, be to me like looking at a at a great painting or something not to say that it is a painting, even though some people say it is a painting, which will get to. But you know what I'm saying? Like just moved by seeing the Mona Lisa. Yeah. For being like thousand bigger than under. Well, that's the same thing that Jerusalem syndrome is typically happens when you go to a very holy site in your overcome. Right. Can also happen when you're looking at art as well. All right. It is a fifty if you don't know what it is. And you're hearing is go on and on about crying. Turn. It is a fifty three square foot piece of Lenin direct tangle. I think it's about three feet by fourteen feet. Yeah. And it is like I said, herringbone will faint brownish image that and we'll get into some of the more interesting finer points. But when photograph the negative images is a very clear image of a man naked man with his arms, folded over his groin area. Tastefully. Beard, mustache, shoulder-length hair, parted in the middle. And you know, looks like that. If you grew up in the southern Baptist church looks like that picture of Jesus hanging on the wall, right? That I grew up with or your friend that you went to that three eleven show back in one thousand nine hundred. In there are stains in areas on the Lenin consistent with crucifixion wounds. Yes, we'll get to because it's very important. All of this is the feel like we're going to be teasing this out throughout. Well, let's stop. Let's start at the very beginning of all this. Okay. If you're a believer in that the shot of Turin is a legitimate religious artifact that is to say that Jesus Christ was wrapped in it. After's in it right in jerus-. And that is indeed his image. So. When he died he in this is Jesus. We're talking about still not William freaking right? He's still alive. Is he? Yeah. When Jesus died and was interred or entombed. I'm sorry. After three days, his apostles, went and checked on him. And they found he wasn't there, right? He hit ascended into heaven. This just happened to be what we now celebrate Easter. Yeah. And a boy, really this gonna come out right around, then isn't it? Yeah. In Easter celebrates the re among Christians, the resurrection of Christ after his death. Yes, he dives. Chris fight on Good Friday. He is found to be have been resurrected up into heaven on Easter Sunday. Jesus wasn't there as body was gone. But according to legend they found shrouds right still there. His burial shot. So the idea is, is that his burial shroud. It was taken out of his tomb, and venerated from the gecko basically held onto and moved from against the from Jerusalem out to where did make its second trip to believe from there. It went straight to Turkey Constantinople, and it was there for several hundred years. Right. It was in the possession of some of the sultans there. Yeah. And then the crusaders came along and said, we'll be taking that. And whatever else we want. Yeah. And we're gonna move it to Athens Greece. And it was there. Actually, I don't know if the crusaders took it maybe was smuggled out, but crusaders sacked the town, I saw both. Okay. Well, the history is a bit murky until the mid fourteenth century, right? It is. And you would think that if the crusaders head taken it, they would have taken it back to Europe because that's where the hailed from they wouldn't have taken it down to Athens, Greece. Right. Supposedly spent several centuries between the crusades and about the thirteenth century in Greece, and somehow some way, it made its way to France, right? Yeah. A French night, and I think this is where it gets a little more solid, and it's travels Geoffroy dish. Arnie shawnee took it to France about one hundred thirty miles outside of Paris, and eventually, it mount, it made its way to its final home and Turin Italy. And it's been there ever since the cathedral Saint. John, the Baptist. Yeah. Fifteen seventy eight is when it landed there and it's still there and you can go look at it. I think it went on tour for a little while within the last few years. Right. With van Halen. Yeah, it was on display as part of a traveling exhibit was the traveling or was it just on display intern. Now think it traveled. But I'm very surprised that here's what I'm going on is William freakin account. Oh, god. So I'm not sure. But I do know that. More people saw it in the last few years than ever before. Yeah. Ever before very, very recent times, because apparently for many centuries, it was on public display. Yeah. You have to go to Turin, right? Go into that church. Right. And they would probably ask you questions for you entered. Right. And as you exit, what kind of fish is this Jesus fish? Come on back. The Catholic church does not have an official stand on the shroud. But Chope Pope John Paul, the Trumpster nine hundred ninety eight said, you know, we trust science basically to, to keep studying this thing. Yeah. The church, I think used to have an official position on until I think around one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Yeah. And they said, you know what whatever it is. We still believe that you Catholics or Christians, should venerate this thing because of the very least it's symbolic of Christ's suffering on the cross, right? But we're not going to say either way with the Catholic church. Thank you. Good night. I think is how end transmission. All right. Let's take a little break here. You want to. Yeah. And we'll talk a bit about the early science. The shot of turn. Let's give something clear,.

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Renault FCA merger set to reshape global car industry

FT News

11:12 min | 3 years ago

Renault FCA merger set to reshape global car industry

"Fair Chrysler, automobiles, has unveiled a proposed thirty point six billion euro, al-sham measure with Renault that would we shape, the global automative industry, David Atlee discusses, how the jail came about and how it will affect Renos prepares tired with Nissan with Irish masugi and Peter Campbell. Rush tennis about the two men who engineered the deal when did the talk start. And how did the deal come together? Okay. If tickets step back and just imagine that in the last three or four years in the car industry, all the major players were talking to each other. Part of this thesis, was driven by the former CEO, the late CEO of Fiat Chrysler automobiles Sergio Marconi passed away last July, but had written this manifesto called confessions of capital junkie, where he called for consolidation for a number of reasons in the car industry, and he was, in many ways, the chief, confidant of John Elkin who runs the nearly family empire through an investment vehicle called Exor, which is the dominant shareholder and Fiat Chrysler. And so with Mark Janas death Elkin really steps into this role that normally would have been played by any number of special executives brought in by the family over the years to help exercise their interests. But Elkin really stepped into this role and then began taking charge and making a series of moves one. Those moves was to begin conversations with Renault about various things those conversations really took off, when John Dominic scenarist was brought in January to become the Renault chairman, and stabilize the company, which had been going through tumultuous period after the arrest of Carlos gone in Tokyo in November, the meetings between scenario and Alcon took place throughout the spring in Paris, and Turin at their various homes, and then in the last few weeks, what began as talks about cooperation in a broader partnership really shifted into something else, which was a full merger did call us gone have any role in trying to put together such a merger when he was headed. It's run into San Peter and the rest of the team who's been covering the gun fall out reported in March that Nissan had looked at FCA in the past three years in something that was pushed by Goan. It's not clear to what extent he actually wanted to do that. But at the time he was very much more focused on. Combining rhino with Nissan when it became clear that, that deal was not possible to scenario who had replaced gun, the conversations with Elkin really took off, and in centered Elkin found someone who is more mild mannered, who's more classically European traditional very smooth and diplomatic not an ego maniac, not a big character. Which is typically, what defines many of the big auto chief executives Goan would certainly be seen someone who was imperious character. And so in Senator, there was someone who is much easier to deal with. And I think that probably played a major role because Elkins manners is very sort of genteel in European if you want a risk Socratic, and so that dynamic probably helped make this happen. So you could actually save the absence of gone to some extent, maybe even absent Marconi made this deal easier to engineer. So where does that lead us what are the terms on? What will be the balance of power between each side, so it's a fifty fifty stock deal. So the shareholders in Chrysler wife. Fifty percent stake in a new company, which will be a Dutch registered company and Reynaud shareholders will have fifty percent that essentially means that everyone's shareholdings in the two existing companies will be cut in half. So extra will become the most dominant shareholder with about a fifteen percent stake, the French state, and Japan's Nissan which have fifteen percent of Renault. They will have seven and a half percent in the new company and there will be others who have smaller state, but that's largely the three dominant shareholders. That's why John Elkin will become the non executive chairman of the company and at least for the time being is believed that scenario will become the chief executive. But we'll see how that shakes out of the coming years theme what will is still mean for the industry, and can we expect further consolidation. Yeah. I think the message is yes, but the trick is, it's very hard. The industry is beset with big egos with national pride with unions with manufacturing jobs and the core. Thesis behind this is shutting down factories and firing people. So that is a really hard thing to. Swallow layer that in with the fact that you getting some kind of scale through consolidation layer that in with governments that will want to say to try to protect their jobs. And so you have a very difficult dynamic now concurrently to these talks with Reynaud Fiat was talking to pizzo of France. And obviously those talks have fallen apart hoettges looking stilted at the altar a bit. So the question is, what do they do next and Nissan, which at the moment, just looks like a basket case is also left with some questions to ponder upon for the future. But all the major car companies are watching this with great interest at the moment, so he can we then tune to what do we think. With the cost savings, be and will this mean job losses, the Irish alluded to? So the terms set out yesterday were quite clear in the deal. They envisage being able to do this merger without any plump closures now that may sound ambitious, but remember a few years ago, PSA, Persia took over opo and said they would have a turnaround program and integration program, evolve, no plunk closures and brutally. They haven't closed any plants, so. Oh, it's certainly possible to do that. FCA talked about possible cost savings of around five billion euros from combining various things such as purchasing an RND with Renna. But what they're most likely it's do is to avoid additional cost. One of the reasons comic is trying to tie up is because so many of them have such massive investment costs in future technology, think about something like electric vehicles, something like driverless, technology, and Sergia, Makia, knees, onset to or this was, it's much better for comic is to pool resources and spend this money together, rather than old, Joop locating their investment. And so what this does mean is that FCA and Reynaud, if they come together, we'll only have to spend one load of money on developing electric vehicles, rather than say, two now Renos already the European leader in electric vehicles as the biggest selling electric model in Europe and fit Kryza is generally regarded as a lag Auden electric technology and say, we'll hopefully be able to take in some of Renos electric technology. So they'll be looking for cost savings in various areas such as that. And how much will this merger weaken Nissen's bizarre? Mission within the alliance with Renault currently the way that the alliance is set up is that Reynaud Misawa each have equal representation on the alliance operating board says two seats for Japan. That's Nissim officially in two seats for froms. That's the Reynaud CEO and the Reynaud champion his John, Giannis Sonat, and what this will undoubtedly mean. We don't know what this will mean for the aligns board but is almost certainly going to mean that FCA has a seat at that table. It means that Nissan's influence in overall terms will decrease across the alliance, but actually, the view is that Nissan may perceive parts of this deal is incredibly positive for them, one of the conditions the FCC set during these talks with Renna was the any plans to merge renaissance should be shelved for the time being in order to let Nissen and to some extent, Renos wealth focus on they call business because Nissan's core businesses. Not in great shape seeing a huge slide in it sales in the US as saying fools in China. It's really struggling in some of its logo operations and a lot. Of the phone out of the Costco, no arrest and the questions over the future of the alliance and all the shenanigans about would they merge? Would they not merge has been distracting missiles, management, and frankly, Renos management, as well from the day-to-day operations of the business? So the hope is that by putting that issue to bed for the time being it will allow listen to focus on that day today or perations and not sexy is one thing that's been put in that to try and win over Nishantha supporting this deal in short, then that could be benefits finish San in this new alliance with key be so the long term, what if CA is open to doing is having a full on merger with miss sandwich would create by a very long way the world's largest car company with around fifteen million sales, and that would give them huge scale and therefore numerous potential to invest in a lot of the new future technology a much greater resilience in a very cyclical bumpy industry to be able to weather the storms now. That's more long term in the short term suddenly what Nissim would hope is that it just takes the potential of emerge Reynaud off the table. It lets them focus on the business. Which is something they need to do in order to be able to remain competitive in the future turning to another very important stakeholder in this how have investors responded? What has their view been safe, all say, if you look at the Shatt prices the shaft prices of FCA anniversary both rose incredibly strongly yesterday on Monday when the deal was announced, both rose more than ten percent, investors. See this broadly as positive, but there are lots of questions over the Deel. There were lots of questions over whether call makers need to have global scale, which this will give the companies or whether it's better to focus on getting scale instead of half an individual regions like someone like Persia has done with the OPEL deal because what this won't give Reynaud or FCA is much greater scale in any given regions. They have a bit of overlap in Europe, the market, share, at the end of this deal will be about sixteen percent in Europe. So it increases this state bat. But in terms of that Sharon other markets, there wasn't a great deal of overlap, so they won't be the biggest player in major global markets. They operate in. And so there's a. Question about whether they really need regional scale, or whether they need global scale, lots of other questions around merges, and particularly auto mergers that cross borders in general around company, coaches, we've seen a lot of mergers, in the past the famous one is diamond Chrysler go on for a few years, and then just collapsed because they don't work. That's almost never because of industrial issues political issues. It's almost always because of deeply ingrained, cultural issues, car companies are very cultural animals often rooted in the country, that, that headquartered in and say trying to put together a company that has not just a talion in US culture from fat Chrysler, but French culture from rhino, and ultimately, possibly Japanese culture from Nissen as quite a melting pot. If you're trying to put it all together, so there are two questions over this deal. You've mentioned some, but do you see any particular hurdles, is it the cultural is it the regulation is the politics that could prevent this top, the biggest one of the moment is whether Reynaud agrees to it. So while Reynolds, Chavan, John Donnie Senate has. Been in talks with Alcon for a long time over this and in recent weeks about the merger and FCA has put this proposal to Reynaud Renos still has to agree to it. The French state her fifteen percent of Reynaud behalf double voting rights. Still have to agree to it. Nissan, even though they don't have a blocking vote on this still need to agree. You have the Italian government saying that it wants to protect talion jobs. The French government won't to protect French jobs is going to be very political. We still don't know what the locations of this deal are for the specifics of Renos relationship with Nissen, particularly if it'll affect some of their past contracts together. And so there are a lot of things that could potentially derailed the deal. So it's not a slam dunk by any measure, but the language of FCA and the fact that they're leaders of work closely with Renos leaders over the last few weeks to nail this down. Does at least suggest that there is goodwill on both sides, and both of them it is in their interest to do this deal to make it work.

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"turin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"turin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In fact, I told you he came to one of my yeah. That's okay. It was a guy sitting in the back who was asking really good questions and kind kinda wondered who he was, and I remembered his voice. And then, of course when I went on his show, I put two together. He was doing his homework. It was doing his homework. Exactly. I will tell him that you asked about him and get you to together again. Be great. That'd be great. Now, the book, the cryptic code of the Templars. Tell us about the Templars because they seem during that era. Scott to have been everywhere. Touchy everything they were the watchdogs of the shroud of Turin coup knows what else they were doing. All that's right. Fascinating group. And, you know, my gosh guy kick myself back to two thousand to think I would, you know, become an expert on this, this amazing military, monastic orders, just mind. Boggling to think about sometimes. But, but yeah, they were everywhere in, and I don't think people fully appreciate and understand, just, you know, how amazing they were, and it, it really started with a group of monks called the sister Sion's, and they were they were formed back around eleven hundred and they had one Abby et cetera in France. But in eleven thirteen a very charismatic name by a guy by the name of Bernard declare vol- joined the order with thirty family members, which included two members of those original nine nights that went into. The holy land in about eleven nine and Doug onto the Temple Mount and found some amazing things in the world forever changed after that. But during Bernard's lifetime that order exploded and by the year thirteen hundred they were over seven hundred and fifty abbey's all across Europe into the holy land in Scandinavia. And of course, it was Bernard who wrote the charter for the knights Templar order, when they were first founded in many people don't realize that. And they became immensely wealthy. They had a huge sailing fleet going all around the world traffic traffic in goods. And they became immensely, powerful to the point where the king of France, and the, the Roman Catholic church, eventually figured out that, if they didn't do something they were going to take over. So this, this is part of the history. That people really don't understand, and it was the Cistercian, who were on the island of Gotland, which is a part of Sweden in the fourteenth century, and most of the language runes dialect features on the Kensington, room stone, we found on the island of Gotland and the only clergy that was they're capable of carving an inscription of that complexity and length could only have been the clergy and the only clergy on Gotland where the Cistercian. So that's how we got to the Templars and connecting it with the Rune stone, aren't the Templars also named in the oak island money pith that they possibly could have dumped some stuff there. Well, is it possible? Yes. However, in my personal opinion. I think that if the brothers have done anything they have proven that whatever might have been. There was either moved or recover. And I don't know if they're gonna find anything there, but, you know, the one thing too, that people need to understand about the Templars they would never put all their eggs in one basket. They may have put some treasure on oak island, but they wouldn't have put all of it. Nobody nobody that's thinking straight would do something like that. What has been the strangest thing you've investigated? Oh my gosh. The strangest thing well in episode two you will see me investigate a couple of different caches of artifacts in Mexico that have absolutely no question. Depictions of aliens. I thought I would ever investigate the question of aliens, not because they don't believe it. It's just because it was never in my wheelhouse. But, you know, George I asked people to be open minded about the things that, you know, I feel strongly about turnabouts fair play. And I have to say you're going to be shocked when you watch that episode, and that's all I'm going to tell you. We're gonna come back and talk more about the TV show. America on earth, because there's some amazing things that you've been investigated, of course, and I want you to talk about the Jack the ripper case because maybe you found another suspect as well stick with us. Scott, Walter with us. His websites are linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com and his new book which comes out in just a few weeks. The cryptic code of the Templars in America, origins of the hooked X symbol will have explained that to when we come back. Lucas website is conveniently optimized for mobile devices. If you're a coast insider, you can listen to live and past.

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"turin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"turin" Discussed on KGO 810

"Coast, George Noory with you. We will take calls with very Schwartz next hours. We talk about the shroud of Turin, and his work associated with that berry, I guess we can assume of for moment, here that Jesus was a real human being. He did exist. Let's not debate the merits of his, his miraculous powers at this point. But he was a person who was persecuted for whatever things he did at the time. But what this tells me what the shroud may tell me is if for example, Noah's arc exists somewhere in the shroud is affected in real that the stories in the bible may very well be accurate. What do you think? Well, you know that certainly beyond my expertise, I'm not a biblical scholar, but from the amount of work that I've done over the years and studying the gospels relevant to the shroud. I would have to say. That there's obviously some veracity to remember that we have four different accounts of what was done to Jesus. They're reasonably accurate to each other, and consistent with each other. So I think that, you know, we really have no other basis that is the basis for our knowledge of the trout in the fact that Jesus was wrapped in route, which, by the way is very typical of north of docs, Jewish burial, even to this day through two thousand three when he was wrapped in a shroud, and the plane, pine wouldn't cop so very simple orthodox Jewish burial but not every shroud gives an image. Well, you know, the one thing that I have to remind people is that typically the shroud wraps the body both or organic both decompose. So we don't have intact trout's leftover from the remains of those who were wrapped in it and decomposed in their own cloth. What we have here with the shroud of Turin is a cloth that was obviously. Separated from the body of probably in about thirty six after about thirty six hours. So what we have on the shroud that bears image. I we don't know if other shrouds may have borne images over the centuries because we don't have any intact routes to examine the only one we have is the shroud of current. And of course that one shows no signs of decomposition, which, by the way, is consistent with the Brock's of the Old Testament, that when the messiah comes he would be not corrupted or another, which would not be decomposed. What's your gut tell you about the shroud at this tell you what it took me seventeen years after hinting it, and examining it leaving my own DNA on it, but it took seventeen years, and it was the science that ultimately convinced me? Remember, I was raised in orthodox Jewish home. So I didn't have an emotional attachment to the subject matter. In fact, at the very beginning of. Really skeptical and made a fully statement that will give us five minutes, and we'll find the paint and come home, there was no pain is nano paint, forty two years later, I'm still doing George. Jesus was real, even from the Jewish perspective. You know, you don't believe as, as a Jew that he was the messiah which you do believe he exists as a human, right? -solutely and, and look, even the question of the messiah, you know, orthodox Jews did not accept Jesus, because according to the prophecies when he when the messiah came, there would be world peace that didn't occur of Asli Christians believe in the second coming when the rest of the prophecies will be fulfilled again, you know, if the Allah, she's not my strong point. And I differ that usually to those who are far more qualified than I am. But my gut feeling is I guess, the best answer is what my little Jewish mother said, after she heard one of my lectures. In person for the first time, we were we did it and I was back in Pittsburgh for my high school reunion, forty three union. My friends McAfee prince's one or two, give shroud lecture while you're here, the archdiocese, Pittsburgh, gave me a venue, put me on the radio, but me in the bulletins. We had a wonderful huge event. Lots of people came we were driving home. Course my mother was there. My cousins my brother..

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"turin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"turin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Retired about the shroud of Turin berries websites are linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com and just a remarkable artifact. I guess that's what we would have to call it berry, wouldn't you? Considering that, you know, considering my background, considering that I sort of went along on this team more more on a lark than anything else. The fact that it's forty two years later and I'm still doing this. I don't think I'm crazy. I think that it's just that the evidence was there strong enough to convince me, and then I felt obligated that to those people out there to whom this really has deep significance. They needed to have access to the factual information. I hate to say it, but the media wasn't getting it right. The reason I built, the website was friend of mine called me and said, you know, that Trump thing you're involved with turns out, that's just a photo may by Leonardo Davinci. Well, we've already discussed that, but I asked him where he got his information, and he said, well, his wife in his wife or checking out at the grocery store, and it was on one of the tabloids. And it was at that moment, while I was still on the phone with him that I got the idea. To build a website and I wrote forwards on the folder on my desk. Consider building a website. That was the moment where I think everything crystallized, and I realized that I was on that team, and it was less about making the photographs in nineteen seventy eight that was sort of the bait that got me on the hook, but it was more about reaching millions and millions of people with our website in giving everyone access to the science so that they could study the shroud and make up their own minds about it at probably the smartest thing I ever wrote on the front page of the website. And says we believe that given the facts. You have to make up your own mind about this. So I think the success of the website has been the fact that we're not preaching or not pushing any points of view where making available all the information so that viewers can come there and study at from religious spiritual scientific historical point of view and then decide to themselves, whether it has any meaning for them other other images on the shroud. Well, they're people who claim to see other images on the shroud. I remember what Ray Rogers may rest in peace. The lead chemists on the Stirrup team used to say he always said that I think I see is not a scientific statement and I have to agree with them on that, that I get emails all the time just in the last week or two, probably three or four of people having foam other faces on the shroud. The face of Mary, an amulet, and I always tell people look, you know. There's an image of a man there that I think, even the skeptics won't deny. I mean you can see it there as far as the secondary images when you start magnifying low resolution images that are found on the internet. That's not good science. Those images are research quality and you start sort of seeing anything. If you understand the way our human visual perception, works, if we're looking into a, a random pattern of just Mary, add infinite number of shapes. Our brain immediately starts coming to see what looks familiar within that pattern..

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"turin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

16:18 min | 3 years ago

"turin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And welcome back berry Schwartz. With us berry, so's we talk about the possibilities that what could have imprinted, the shroud of Turin would some kind of electric pulse vibration, whatever you wanna call it burst of energy create that kind of image on the shroud. Physicist. And there are some shroud scholars that are physicists that propose some form of radiation, or energy that came out of the body, that's an area so far beyond my expertise that I'm hesitant to, you know, venture much of an opinion on that. I think that, you know, a lot of people look at the resurrection event, as a possibility that this is a result of the resurrection event. Well, we don't know what the resurrection mechanism was and scientific method doesn't allow you to use an unknown to prove another unknown. So I don't know that science can ever make that twain, although many people do believe that the shroud is the result of the resurrection event. I have to point out to people, though, that the man of the crowd, at least according to many of the expert forensic, pathologist and medical. Doctors who studied it shows a man who is dead. So if. In fact, this has anything to do with the resurrection, it would probably be pre resurrection image rather than a post resurrection. Emmett, what is the Catholic church say about the Trump has never made any claims for its intensity? The last few popes have referred to it as an icon, that represents that it's worthy event ration-, but they have never made the claim that it's often -tic or that, it's, you know, anything more than representation of what was done to Jesus that show some wisdom on the part of the church after mine, people, this, the shroud is only had one examination at scientifically in its entire history. And that was forty one years ago. And so until modern science is given another opportunity to apply twenty-first-century technology. I'm not sure that. Many of the questions that we have can be that easily answered the other thing that I've come to believe is that I'm not convinced that the shroud is there to answer all of our questions. But perhaps it's there to make us ask the question I'm getting a little philosophic there. But, but, you know, I I've seen that impact at a chat on many, many people over the years. And, and so I think maybe it serves a different purpose than we would like, you know, we, we look at it from a scientific point of view and try and understand it. But I think it has a spiritual value as well for millions of people out there. So I've always tried to be respectful of that, even if it doesn't reflect my personal beliefs doesn't really matter what I think, what, what really is important is the evidence we have points towards intensity. And I think that, that may give strength to people who may have, you know, a little doubt in their mind. You know, even Jesus understood doubt allow Thomas to put his hand in the wound. So he I think he understood that and I think that, that the natural human thing is to, to doubt something that so somewhat amazing really that, that we would have this piece of cloth preserved over all these years. And so, you know, and even if it turns out that this route is not finnick it's still represents something that is important to millions and millions of people around the world for people who see the shroud the shroud up front. Is it emotional for them? Oh, absolutely. I mean, people I've seen people with tears streaming down their faces when they observe the shroud on display in intern at the cathedral there. But I'll tell you the truth. I've seen that even with the life size replicas that, that we make when people see them we, we had a big jab in Manila in the Philippines and the event space had concrete floor. People were getting down on their knees hard concrete floor and the organizers had run out and buy a bunch of pillows to put them down in front of the replica of the shroud. So that people would be a little more comfortable when they got on their knees. Calls for you bury the final hour here and they're rolling end. So let's go first time caller, Ron who's out there at LAX at the airport. What are you doing out there on working right now? Which is right next to the airfield orange super go ahead. Okay. Time sequence in the bible. It says that Jesus body was prepared. So the cloth becomes fudge. So when they take him down from the cross at any point you remove the shroud to prepare his body. And then do they put the shroud back on the bike. Good good question when he was taken from the cross, they covered his face. That's something that historically humans have been doing, you know, since the beginning of time with the separate cloth with a separate cloth. It's mentioned in the gospels that there was a second plot folded, and separate from the other and that would have been the face clock. They would've covered his face with it taking him from the cloth from the cross to the tomb, and at the tomb that cloth would have been removed. It had his blood and fluoro- fluids on Jewish law says it must be buried with the body. So when I read that passage in the New Testament, and it said that second cloth was there, folded in separate, but they're in the tomb that into plied to me that this is not Jewish burial. So. So that cloth was taken off of him. And then they would have begun the preparations of cleaning and preparing the body for burial. And if you remember it was late Friday afternoon with the Sabbath quickly approaching the women didn't really have time to complete the process of preparing the body. They were gonna finish come Sunday morning after the, you know, at the end of the Sabbath person when they came back to MS empty in the cloth remained. So the shroud was not placed on his body until the face cloth was removed, the body preparations, the burial preparations had been begun. Then the cloth was placed over his body, so two separate clause and two different time periods when they would have been on his body. Blair instead on air zone is with us now. Hi, blaire. Go ahead. Hey, George a might you dish in for your life. Joey tune recorded by the artist known as velvet fog. L Torme too close for comfort. This is sports, can you explain why the head of the image is smaller out of proportion to the rest of the body, actually that's a misnomer. I know that's been proposed by some people. But there, there is an anthropometric study that was done that measured the size of the bones long bones of the arms, comparing them and, and other bones of the body, including the head comparing them to the anthropological tables, that the F apologists use to determine different body types, from different parts of the world, and that is published inavailable on trout dot com. That shows that the proportions are correct. Now, I will say this, that the face appears more narrow than it actually is. I don't wanna get too technical here too long of an answer. The shroud was made of different batches of linen and each batch. Once it was. Once it was put out in the sun to bleach. It was then put on the loom and sewn into the claw each band, which, by the way, all these bands of different batches, of Lyndon are visible with transmitted light Pataki light passing through the cloth. Each band took up the image somewhat differently. If you look at the faces Amanda, you're of the crowd, you'll see a very hard line down one side of actually I'm both sides, but more prominent on one side than the other, and within that line, you have the face and outside that line, the faces there, but it's more faint, because that man took up the image, more faintly. So actually, the face isn't quite as narrow as first appears when you look at it closer and you see that there's more image there. It's just that there's a tendency to increase the contrast to make the image stand out from the background. But some of the middle gray is get pushed down into the darker area making the face. Looks molar may be more narrow. But I assure you, it's not would you call this one of the great wonders of the planet? Well, I you know, I think it's been called that by my, my more people than just us. And, and I think that think about this. We live in the most image oriented era of human history. Everyone has a camera in their pocket with a computer effectively attached to it. They, we make Diddy ins of images every day. Our imaging sciences have advanced dramatically, especially over the last forty years, and yet modern science cannot create an image with the same chemical and physical properties as the image on the shroud camera. Obscure is a darkened box with a cover or lens for rejecting an image on an object. Correct. Is that what they think Leonardo Davinci had historically? The camera obscure was originally used not for making photographs. And we call that either a box camera or a pinhole camera today. But artists used it during davinci's era, and what they would do is they would have a dark room with a pinhole at one end, and a canvas at the other, and they would point this at an object or scene, and it would project it the little pinhole acts like Lynn's and projects the image onto the canvas and the artist would then draw onto the canvas using the projected image as. A reference so that we, we know this. I mentioned earlier nNcholas Allen who made a photographic image of the. Duplicate Shrout, and he created and used a camera obscure with. But he, he also said that somebody used several different crystal lenses and claims that there were three different exposures of photography to make the image on the shroud. And we've already proven beyond any doubt scientifically that it's not a photographic image. It's an interesting theory, but it's not borne out by the evidence taken directly from the claw, Judy and Kentucky's with us now. Hi, judy. Go ahead. My friend. How are you? I'm fine Judy. Thank you. I was wondering, and this might sound like a really ignorant question. And to some extent already answered it. There are some things that artists used a size that you can imprint negative images fabric using the sun as a source of energy in correct. Could this have been produced by the energy of the resurrection? Well that, you know, if one takes that pass in wants to believe that this was formed by the energy of the resurrection. My question is, why do you need science to confirm it at that point you accepted? That's what faith is. It's to accept without having scientific evidence to support it. And but we don't know the resurrection event itself was not witnessed by anyone. We don't know of a mechanism that can resurrect people the only way we could prove that would be to resurrect people. And see what kind of images. We got. We can't do that. And so I always tell people look the resurrections testifies. The image on the shroud is test of science. Is there a connection between the two of them? Perhaps we can't say that either way to any certainty. So I always tell people look if this moves you if it moves your heart, if it strengthens your faith and, and that's based on the fact that this might be the result of the resurrection, and we still people that's, that's as good an answer as any, but I'm obligated inbound to stay within the natural sciences as a member of the only scientific team ever to examine it. So I can give you both that from a scientific point of view, sunny, can't make that claim. But from the point of view of faith, one can believe that. And I don't have a problem with that. All right. Next up. Let's go to Richie in West Virginia. Hello, ritchie. Go ahead. Sir. Glick get closer to your phone. If you could. Yes. I'm sorry. Yes. Thank you taking my call. And thank you for being indecisive. Destroyed. My question kind of kind of part of the question you ask too big, their George goes back to the Vinci. I was wondering if there's other than that. He thinks that. Possibly done the sprout all recall he finished up these mentors paintings angel age. Here's the kind of shows ov- intelligence. Like no that. Well, it's a little difficult to hear the tail end of that. But, but let's talk about Leonardo Davinci, the only answer I can give to you is that the shroud was being publicly displayed one hundred and some years before Davinci was born. So he was a good artist. But he wasn't that good. So divinity couldn't have had anything to do with the shroud. Although that has been proposed there, several books on the subject. And, you know, some some researchers have made that claim but it's just possible Vinci. Wasn't born in the travels already on public display documented indeed, indeed, very great work. What, what happens next with the shroud? Well, you know, there's a question that lots of us been asking for the last forty years, we would love to see another set of testing done. Obviously the technology, we used in nineteen seventy eight with state of the art. Circa, nineteen seventy eight but that technology in every aspect of the technology, we use has been dramatically improved orders of magnitude better, the technology in the instruments are now smaller more compact less likely to cause any harm to the cloth much easier to use and the results are much, much more detailed and in-depth than what we were able to achieve using nineteen seventy eight technology. So I think pretty much most trout, scholars around the world would like to see another set of tests similar to what we didn't seventy eight a multidisciplinary team of scientists chosen not for the religious beliefs. Like in a that's the way our team was chosen was for our technical expertise in the in the areas of the experiments that were necessary to be performed. So another multidisciplinary team should be put together, not with the old timers like me. But with. New guys that have mastered the newer technologies. And we believe that another set of tests might help to answer some of the questions have remained unanswered since our work was done in nineteen seventy eight who wrapped the body of Jesus in the shroud, his family, you know, it says the women from not mistaken again, I'm not an expert on the gospel. So please don't hold me to that, if I'm wrong, but believe that was the women that were preparing the body..

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"turin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

16:10 min | 3 years ago

"turin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And welcome back. Barry Schwartz with us Berrios. We talk about the possibilities that what could have imprinted the shroud of Turin would some kind of electric pulse vibration, whatever you wanna call it burst of energy create that kind of image on the shroud. Well, you know, George physicist, and there are some shroud spellers that are physicists that propose some form of radiation, or energy that came out of the body, that's an area so far beyond my expertise that I'm hesitant to, you know, venture much of an opinion on that. I think that, you know, a lot of people look at the resurrection event, as a possibility that this is a result of the resurrection event. Well, we don't know what the resurrection mechanism was. And the scientific method doesn't allow us an unknown to prove another unknown. So I don't know that science can ever make that plane, although many people, do believe that the shroud is the result of the resurrection of I have to point out to people, though, that the man of the crowd, at least according to many of the expert forensic, pathologist and medical. Doctors who studied it shows a man who is dead. So if. If in fact, this has anything to do with the resurrection, it would probably be pre resurrection image, rather than a post resurrection, image. What is the Catholic church say about the Trump the Catholic church has never made any claims for its intensity? The last few popes have referred to it as an icon, that represents that it's worthy event ration-, but they have never made the claim that it's or that, it's, you know anything more than representation of what was done to Jesus. I think that probably show some wisdom on the part of the church after mine people. This shroud only had one examination at scientifically in its entire history. And that was forty one years ago. And so until modern science is given another opportunity to apply twenty first century technology. I'm not sure that. Many of the questions that we have can be that easily answered the other thing that I've come to believe is that I'm not convinced that the shroud is there to answer all of our questions. But perhaps it's there to make us ask the question I'm getting a little philosophic there. But, but, you know, I I've seen that impact that a chat on many, many people over the years. And, and so I think maybe it serves a different purpose than we would like, you know, we, we look at it from a scientific point of view and try and understand it. But I think it has a spiritual value as well for millions of people out there. So I've always tried to be respectful of that, even if it doesn't reflect my personal beliefs doesn't really matter what I think, what, what really is important is the evidence we have points towards intensity. And I think that, that may give strength to people who may have, you know, a little doubt in their mind. You know, even Jesus understood doubt, allowed Thomas to put his hand in the wound. So he I think he understood that and I think that, that's a natural human thing is to, to doubt something that's so somewhat amazing really that, that we would have this piece of cloth preserved over all these years. And so, you know, and even if it turns out that the shroud is not it's still represents something that is important to millions and millions of people around the world for people who see the shroud the shroud of front is an emotional for them. Oh, absolutely. I mean, people I've seen people with tears streaming down their faces when they observe the shroud on display in intern at the there. But I'll tell you the truth. I've seen that even with the life size replicas that, that we make when people see them we, we had a big exhibit in Manila in the Philippines, and the event space had concrete floor. People were getting down on their knees hard concrete floor and the organizers had run out and buy a bunch of pillows to put them down in front of the replica of the shroud. So that people would be a little more comfortable when they got on their knees. Stay calls for you bury the final hour here and they're rolling end. So let's go first time caller, Ron who's out there at LAX at the airport. What are you doing out there on working right now? Okay. Which is right next to the airfield. So park. Go ahead. Okay huddle by the time sequence in the bible says Jesus body was prepared. So the cloth becomes pledge. So when they take him down from the cross at any point to remove shroud to prepare his body. And then do they put the shroud back on the bike. Good good question when he was taken from the cross, they covered his face that something that historically humans have been doing, you know, since the beginning of time with a separate cloth with a separate cloth. It's mentioned in the gospels that there was a second class, folded and separate from the other, and that would have been the face cloth. They would have covered his face with it taking him from the cloth from the cross to the tomb, and at the tomb that cloth would have been removed. It had his blood and fluoro- fluids on it Jewish law says it must be buried with the body. So when I read that passage in the New Testament, and it said that second cloth was there, folded and separate, but they're in the tomb that into plied to me that this is. No, not in Jewish burial. So that, that cloth was taken off of him. And then they would have begun the preparations of planning preparing the body for burial. And if you remember it was late Friday afternoon with the Sabbath quickly approaching the women didn't really have time to complete the process of preparing the body. They were gonna finish come Sunday morning after the, you know, at the end of the Sabbath, of course when they came back to empty, and the cloth remained. So the shroud was not placed on his body until the face cloth was removed and the body preparations. The burial preparations had been begun. Then the cloth was placed over his body, so two separate clause and two different time periods when they would have been on his body, Blair and sit on Arizona's with us now. Hi, blaire. Go ahead. George might you audition for your life. Joey tune recorded by the artist known as Bill that fog. L Torme too close for comfort. Yeah. This is sort, can you explain why the head of the image is smaller out of proportion to the rest of the body, actually that's a misnomer. I know that's been proposed by some people. But there there's an anthropometric study that was done that measured the size of the bones long bones of the arms, comparing them and, and other bones of the body, including the head comparing them to the anthropological tables that the apologists use to determine different body types, from different parts of the world, and that is published in a valuable on trout dot com. That shows that the proportions are correct. Now, I will say this, that the face appears more narrow than it actually is. I don't wanna get too technical here too long of an answer. The shroud was made of different batches of linen and each batch. Once it was. Once it was put out in the sun to bleak. It was then put on the loom and sewn into the claw each band, which by the way, all these bands of different batches, of Lyndon are visible with transmitted light photography light passing through the plot. Each band took up the image somewhat differently. You look at the faces of the crowd, you'll see a very hard line down. One side of actually I'm both sides, but more prominent on one side, and the other and within that line, you have the face and outside that line, the faces there, but it's more faint, because that ban took up the image, more faintly. So actually, the face isn't quite as narrow as first appears when you look at it closer and you see that there's more image there. It's just that there's a tendency to increase the contrast to make the image stand up in the background, but some of the middle grades get pushed down into the darker area making the face. Looks molar, maybe more narrow. But I assure you, it's not would you call this one of the great wonders of the planet? Well, I you know, I think it's been called that by my more people than just us. And, and I think that think about this. We live in the most image oriented era of human history. Everyone has a camera in their pocket with that computer effectively attached to it. They, we make these ins of images every day. Our imaging sciences have advanced dramatically, especially over these last forty years, and yet modern science cannot create an image with the same chemical and physical properties as the image on the shroud camera. Obscure is a darkened box with a cover or lens rejecting image on an object. Correct. Is that what they think Leonardo Davinci had? Yeah. And historically, the camera obscure was originally used not for making photographs that we call that either a box camera or a pinhole camera today. But artists used it during vincis era, and what they would do is they would have dark room with a pinhole at one end and a canvas at the other. And they would point this at an object or scene, and it would projected the little pinhole acts like Lynn's and projects the image onto the canvas and the artist within draw onto the canvas using the projected image as. A reference so that we, we know this. I mentioned earlier nNcholas Allen who made a photographic image of the to trout. And he created and used to camera, obscure with, but he also said that somebody used several different crystal lenses and claims that there were three different exposures of photography to make the image on the shroud. And we've already proven beyond any doubt scientifically that it's not a photographic image. It's an interesting theory, but it's not borne out by the evidence taking directly from the clock Judy and Kentucky's with us now. Hi, judy. Go ahead. Sarge charge charge, my friend. How are you? I'm fine. Thank you. I was wondering and this, my like a really ignorant question, and to some extent already answered it. There are some things that artists used. They say that you can imprint negative images fabric using the sun as a source of energy, correct. This not have been produced by the energy of the resurrection. Well that, you know, if one takes that path in wants to believe that this was formed by the energy of the resurrection. My question is, why do you need science to confirm it at that point? You've accepted. That's what faith is. It's to accept without having scientific evidence to support it. And but we don't know the resurrection event itself was not witnessed by anyone. We don't know the mechanism that can resurrect people the only way we could prove that would be to resurrect people and see what kind of images. We got obviously we can't do that. And so I always tell people look the resurrections testifies. The image on the shroud. Test of science. Is there a connection between the two of them? Perhaps we can't say that either way to any certainty. So I always tell people if this moves you if it moves your heart, if it strengthens your faith and, and that's based on the fact that this might be the result of the resurrection. I always tell people that's, that's as good an answer as any, but I'm obligated inbound to stay within the natural sciences as a member of the only scientific team ever to examine it. So I can give you both answers from a scientific point of view, something can't make that claim. But from the point of view of faith, one can believe that. And I don't have a problem with that. All right. Next up. Let's go to Richie in West Virginia. Hello, ritchie. Go ahead. Sir. Where'd you get closer to your phone? If you could. Oh. Yes. Yes, I'm sorry about that. Yes. Thank you taking my call. And thank you for being. Destroyed my question kind of question. You asked a big there. George goes back. Leonardo Vinci, I was wondering if there's any other way other than that he thinks that the possibly done the sprout all recall. He finished off long these mentors paintings age age. Here's the kind of shows intelligence. Like no thank when I. Well, it's a little difficult to hear the tail end of that. But, but let's talk about Leonardo Davinci, the only answer I can give to you is that the shroud was being publicly displayed one hundred and some years before Davinci was born. So he was a good artist. But it wasn't that good. So Davinci couldn't have had anything to do with the shroud. Although that has been proposed there, several books on the subject. And, you know, some some researchers have made that claim but it's just not possible Davinci wasn't born in the travels already on public display documented indeed, indeed, very great work. What, what happens next with the shroud? Well, you know, there's a question that lots of been asking for the last forty years, we would love to see another set of testing done. Obviously the technology, we used in nineteen seventy eight with state of the art. Circa, nineteen seventy eight but that technology in every aspect of the technology, we use has been dramatically improved orders of magnitude better, the technology and the instruments are now smaller more compact less likely to cause any harm to the cloth much easier to use and the results are much, much more detailed, and in depth than what we were able to achieve using nineteen seventy eight technology. So I think pretty much most trout, scholars around the world would like to see another set of tests similar to what we didn't seventy eight a multidisciplinary team of scientists chosen not for the religious beliefs like you know, that's the way our team was chosen was for our technical expertise in the in the areas of the experiments that were necessary to be performed. So another multidisciplinary team should be put together, not with the old timers like me. But with. New guys that have mastered the newer technologies. And we believe that another set of tests might help to answer some of the questions of have remained unanswered since our work was done in nineteen seventy eight who wrap the body of Jesus in the shroud, his family, you know, it says the women if I'm not mistaken again..

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Thousands rally in Turin in favor of Italy's Salvini

BBC World Service

04:46 min | 3 years ago

Thousands rally in Turin in favor of Italy's Salvini

"Now full coming. European elections will present contrasting visions a populous leads Europe versus a liberal union. One of the most influential populist voices is that of Italy's interior minister Matteo Salvini who is also the leader of the far right league party Italy. Correspondent James Reynolds went to Salvini rally in the small town Neetu. Company to of course by. Mr salvini. Thanks crowd and jokes that the real fascists in Italy him and his supporters, but that liberal opponents, and there's some noise from the back. What's happening? Jisr come from a small group of hecklers his rage him. CNBC patient. Those protesters one good person this quirk, I'll get angry like a b. Okay. Jay. The hecklers leave and Matteo Salvini goes onto his most reliable applause lines attacks against illegal migrants. And also European Union rules, I approached Mr. Salvini after his speech. Midst to be open and give work to young people, and it must be closed to criminals and extremists. Here's year. Will it be macro Salvini? I asked him back. Presents the old the Europe. Banks international finance fear, poverty. We went to Europe that guarantees the right to work for everyone as he was supposed to do. He's calling. The contest equally also plays out right here in this giant pavilion, which is staging terrains international book festival. The city's mayor cat up and Dino from the populist five-star movements throughout a publishing house with links to the foul, right? Among eight spokes as a collection of interviews with Mahto Salvini. I spoke to the man how do you deal with the facts? That's when people think of at the moment, although there's a coalition government. They think of Mata Salvini anyone else. Obviously, though Salvini is very strong in the communication part. But he does not represent the government alone. Obviously, there's also the five star movement with Rigetti Maya. And so we are doing our best, and we have certain things for carrying out such as that answer, Chester, universal income. And I think that's also a matter an issue for Europe. Also at the fat is French author Bouna Guetta in this European election. He standing as a candidate for Emmanuel McCall's movement. That's makes Salvini his main continental opponents. Busy cly meth use Leany would like to come back to the Europe of the nineteenth century mid-nineteenth century. Yes. Actually at the end of the day. As usual. He says he doesn't. He won't bow those, and we know by easterly what he's the results of boarders and old style Europe. It's what. But at the pro Salvini rally outside Sheeran. No one is interested in that kind of talk. Is the future? What you think about Salvini love Salvini? Why I'm so proud men because he saved a. Yeah. He says he locks the selfie taking portion of Salvini rally lost at least twice as long as his campaign speech. The man who's made his name calling for borders and barriers may also be a lease most accessible.

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Italian architect Renzo Piano to design new Genoa bridge

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:33 min | 3 years ago

Italian architect Renzo Piano to design new Genoa bridge

"The Italian architect. Renzo piano will oversee the construction of a new bridge in Genoa following the collapse of the former stature that killed forty three. People tennis of Mathilde designed for the new structure for free and says his bridge will be completed in twelve months, and we'll lost for a thousand years. We'll Markle's Ivan Kavala joins us now from Milan Ivan the bridge collapsed in August. It was a terrible disaster. The loss of life, obviously, also economically. Yes, sir. That's true. In terms of the traffic going into general poor because it's a critical port for northern Italy. The estimates so far range between a billion and two billion euros in terms of lost revenue. So it's been an economic killer for for region that for longtime has been has been isolated in this bridge collapse. Only were. In that situation for Genoa and the Liguria region. So how political has this? We building process being. Well, yes, for sure politics have have entered into the fray here because you have different factions always within the government itself if you think about the governing coalition with the the populace five star. And then the the league, you know, the five star has been noted for their opposition to infrastructure projects the tavern project in the Nevada Sousa region. That would connect Leon with with Turin. There's been a lot of movement against these these projects and also a bypass highway by system in general itself, which was long discussed and would have been actually a great help. If if it had been in place, or at least part of it had been in place when when when the it collapsed, and so there are a lot of finger pointing there's also the minister of infrastructure. To know any himself who you know, has said that in the past old bridge wouldn't collapse and five star movement. Exponents been saying that, you know, there was a lot of gloom and doom that it wasn't true. And then of course, we we saw the tragedy in August. And so the government at least the five star component is trying to now say say face on that. But on the inside if you look at the the administration there, you have a mayor whose independent, but central right? And that's the first time there's been a center right leading the city since nineteen seventy five with the governor from fourteen Talia, and they together have been seen as a team. That's that's helped this process moving along. We're now we have this announcement that with Renzo piano design, we'll possibly in twelve months, see at least most of the bridge completed. I'm not sure if in twelve months, they'll be traffic running across. Those those lanes, but there is hope one can say Renzo piano himself is from Genoa. And of course, as we know he's designed some of the most famous buildings in the world the pump descend to the shot at the Whitney museum and so on. But this is his hometown. He told Laura Republica that what was needed was beautiful and safe bridge that we provide a rebirth and redemption for Genoa, this really isn't just another bridges at this a lot of emotion behind it. Definitely. I mean, you think about Renzo piano. He has done some projects if you think about the poor twenty co in Germany when the city hosted as a cultural capital ninety two he he has done something's there. But this this would obviously be a landmark project something along the lines of the buildings that you've mentioned before that fit. He is known for and really the city needs something uplifting right now because this was just a terrible tragedy. And also. Reinforced the relation of an area that has has long been impeded by this and could really be abuse economically. I mean think about the railway tunnel one of the companies said he improperly, which is now being handed the job to do the bridge design or the bridge construction. I should say they're involved in finally getting together, the railway tunnels that would link up general with with Milan. And this thing has been going along in delays since the early nineties and finally, proper, let's say construction and digging has has has begun in the last few years, and there's hope that in twenty twenty one if all goes, well, this would be a key link between Genoa all the way through Germany and Rotterdam and would help Genoa because for example, right now, see traffic with containers.

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Now healthy, skier Ted Ligety tries to regain top form

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

03:43 min | 3 years ago

Now healthy, skier Ted Ligety tries to regain top form

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Now, healthy skier. Ted Ligeti tries to regain top form beaver creek, Colorado his face showed little expression as he glided his way down the hill. This was serious business, no laughing smiling or crying with his two time Olympic gold. Medalist father holding on seventeen month old Jackson giddy took his first track down the slope few months ago, the look pure determination. It's a look Ted. Liberty knows all too. Well, he's that determined to return to the top for years lady has been plagued by knee and bag issues now healthier than he has been in a while league. These attempting to rediscover the giant slalom form that allowed him to win an Olympic gold medal. Two thousand fourteen Sochi games earned five World Cup titles and the discipline and challenge Austrian Marcel hersher, I don't know if I'm the Ted of two thousand twelve which was pretty fast said lady who plans to compete in the super g and g s this weekend in beaver. Ver- creek, Colorado. That's definitely where I'm shooting for though, I feel like it's getting to the point I can start winning races. Again. That's the goal. His last World Cup victory was Tober twenty fifth two thousand fifteen in Austria before he frayed the cartilage in his hip, tore the AC L and his right knee and strained his back to the point where the thirty four year olds from Park City, Utah needed season ending surgery in January two thousand seventeen to fix herniated discs. There was promised last season with the third place showing in Germany just before the young chain games in February his GS titled defense at the Olympics didn't go it's planned as he finished tied for fifteenth place in a race won. By hersher, Lee good. He did take fifth during the combined also on by hersher as an experience legally describes Pyong Chang as fun with his wife Mia Jackson, his family attendance as a racer not so much. I was there to compete and go for medals and came up a little short in the combined and vastly underperformed in the giant slalom. Said lady who took Olympic gold in the combined the two thousand six Turin games. It's not the way I would have liked to have things go down in the Olympics. These days he's all about family time, his wife and son travel with him as often as possible league gave his son his first taste of skiing at a New Zealand venue in August. I definitely want him to be a skier. Do I want him to be a ski racer if he wants to it's not something I would ever push on him. Liberty said a big part of my life is skiing. I want him to ski race at least when he's younger. So he has that base. But I wouldn't push 'em beyond just going out there and having fun with his friends. There was a time when his rivals used to refer to him as Mr. g s for his dominance in the event. Liberty had a stretch and time in which he won three straight world championship GS titles and another during the two thousand thirteen season when he won six of eight races in the event. But injuries took a toll on him. He tore his ACL during a training mishap in Germany in January two thousand sixteen his. His back and hip have also hindered him this past summer, though. He went through something he hasn't in quite a while a customary prep period for once. He wasn't rehabbing an injury. He actually got to train high volume to lead. He said, I'm feeling pretty good. Good enough to challenge hersher who has won seven straight World Cup overall titles to be able to compete with him is definitely a tall task liberty said, but I really don't think I'd be out here. If I didn't think I could get back to that point. Pat Graham is an Associated Press Writer.

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Tencent profit beats on investment gain, no progress on China gaming

BTV Simulcast

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Tencent profit beats on investment gain, no progress on China gaming

"Clampdown slowed revenue growth here to break down. The numbers is Bloomberg Asia tech editor Edwin Chen at these numbers. I mean, good news. We saw the stock up a little bit yesterday. Is this going to be enough to put an end to the record selloff that we've seen in tencent and one thing I like to throw out because I think people don't realize this, but tencent is actually the biggest single component of the MCI emerging market index. So when its shares start to fall, it has big implications is so dealing with. Off. I I think after losing something on your order of Turin thirty billion dollars so far this year. Ten cent was due for relief for Ellie. And I think that's the opportunity the numbers we saw overnight gave investors. It was a legitimate beat despite a one-time gain. You know, you saw areas like the cloud and finding financial services step up to the plate. It kind of take of the didn't offer the gaming business, but you know, gaming is still there Britain, but still this massive. Uncertainty hanging over it. Didn't really offer much visibility on. So I guess a lot of people expect this short lived rally do Peter out pretty soon. And in terms of influence at its clout. I mean because the second-biggest Chinese company so that's not a surprise. Yeah. I mean, if you look under the hood, of course, you've got the CLYDE business and you got the online advertising to in quite nicely. But of course, by doing Alibaba, they didn't help sentiments. So who's the question is as we look at the table setting for twenty nineteen by Alibaba. Short lived ten cent reprieve. How does China tech, inC, look in two thousand nine hundred would it be would it be disastrous? This where you have to cut a zoom out a little bit and look at things from from longer term helicopter perspective. I think there are both pressures internal and external four China tech Inc. In general of I do and all your BOS warnings for primarily predicated on the view that a Chinese economy is slowing for a variety of reasons. But but in tech specifically is seeing a lot of top down pressure from Beijing, especially on internet services of censorship. And

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Suspect detained in killing of Olympic figure skating bronze medalist Denis Ten

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Suspect detained in killing of Olympic figure skating bronze medalist Denis Ten

"In the death of an Olympic figure skater from context Kazakhstan say neurology Kia assault confessed his, guilt in the presence of an attorney, and linked, to the death, of twenty five year old figure skater Denis ten ten Stanford dispute with people who allegedly tried to, steal a mirror from his car succumbing to his injuries after being transported to a hospital. Tens death prompting national mourning for Kazakhstan's first Olympic medalist and figure skating. He took home bronze in the two thousand fourteen Sochi winter games police say they have also detained a twenty, three year old, man in connection to tens death which prosecutors are treating as, a murder Matt Napolitano Fox News caster say, at least five tornadoes touched down as a, swarm of, storms pumped up in central Iowa yesterday, the, storm, injured at least, seventeen people flattened buildings and forced the evacuation of a hospital there were reports of, more, than, two dozen tornadoes, before cast your say they all likely stemmed from the same handful of twisters the Aspen security conference in its third, day in Colorado with Russia. Relations dominating. The In a panel on whether, or not, we're in a, new Cold War Nina Khrushchev former assistant secretary of state for Europe and Eurasia affairs explained Russia's view of the US I, think the nineteen nineties whatever we think of them they were chaotic in the Russian you if that was a democracy we don't want it, she, said Russians watched the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and agreed. With President Putin the US is not always a force for good. In the world is sort of democratic autocrats the part of with Dick Cheney that we do, what we want because we protect national, security she, said the Russian, view is America is hypocritical when they tell Putin not to do something that they themselves Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News in northern Italy have recovered to painting stolen in two thousand seventeen and Renoir. And a Rubens investigators say they were stolen from the city of Monza. From a pair of art dealers by people posing as buyers the paintings were found in a warehouse in Turin, Lisa lacerra FOX, News Radio From the Florida central credit. Union home loans traffic center we're still looking at bumper to bumper volume across the Howard Franklin bridge and the Gani Birch heading into Tampa prepare for at least a thirty minute ride.

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Main Fiat Chrysler unions dismiss Ronaldo strike call as stunt

WBZ Midday News

01:07 min | 4 years ago

Main Fiat Chrysler unions dismiss Ronaldo strike call as stunt

"Will now be a private company called moon express hopes to test and fly small lunar landers in the years to come a dog dies after being left in a carrier outside of massachusetts animal shelter and now a reward of one thousand dollars is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible the ms pca says one of its managers found the chihuahua in the driveway of the property in brockton a dog was unconscious foaming at the mouth she was rushed to an animal hospital in stoughton but died in route the owners of fiat chrysler now spending four hundred million dollars to hire soccer superstar cristiano renaldo but the workers in italy are not playing along christ reunion in a jeep plant here in italy has called for a strike to protest the purchase of the portuguese soccer star by ventas the turin team is owned by the end yeah family which also controls fee at chrysler and ferrari worker say that money could have been used to create jobs and improve conditions for workers out there jeep plant jeep's logo appears on you ventas players jersey as the main sponsor the union has called for a strike next week meghan williams abc news rome wbz.

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Volkswagen partners with Apple to make self-driving shuttles

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Volkswagen partners with Apple to make self-driving shuttles

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After devastating 2017, NOAA releases new hurricane season forecast

The Savage Nation

01:21 min | 4 years ago

After devastating 2017, NOAA releases new hurricane season forecast

"There's a seventy five percent chance that the two thousand eighteen atlantic hurricane season will be near or above normal but forecast jerry bell says the threat is not just along the shoreline stairs over eighty million people between atlantic coast and gulf coast that could potentially be impacted by a hurricane last year's hurricane harvey for example took one life as it made landfall near corpus christi but nearly ninety people died in subsequent flooding after harvey had been downgraded to tropical storm status and crept over houston more than fifty miles inland jim ryan abc news two people are dead many injured after a train crash northern italy abc's megan williams with more from rome the crash took place late wednesday night near the northern italian city of turin when a train struck a large trucks stock on a railway crossing causing three carriages to derail the driver of the local train and another person were killed rescuers worked through the night to make sure no passengers were trapped in the wreckage witnesses say a van ahead of the truck was able to cross the tracks but as the barriers descended the truck carrying heavy equipment failed to break in time and ended up on the track max meghan williams abc news rome you know when you're scrolling through your phone for working on your laptop and i notice pops up update available well consider this a notification from your car it's time to.

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Milwaukee police release bodycam video of arrest, tasing of NBA player Sterling Brown

The Steve Cochran Show

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Milwaukee police release bodycam video of arrest, tasing of NBA player Sterling Brown

"In fifty eight at o'hare fatal train crash in northern italy abc's megan williams has more from rome the crash took place late wednesday night near the northern talion city of turin when a train struck a large truck stock on a railway crossing causing three carriages to derail the driver of the local train and another person were killed megan williams abc news rome critics at the way milwaukee police officers arrested and taste an nba player sterling brown are calling for a culture shift at the department this after the release of the arrest video wgn's ryan burrow in milwaukee unnecessary or case it tucker director of the african american roundtable reacting to what she saw in the video release of the january arrest of milwaukee bucks players sterling brown she's calling for massive changes the milwaukee police department after several use of force issues involving police and black men we are also demanding that she'd morales fires the officers who were involved in this incident as for possible actions or demonstrations following the video release time not that i know of unless the community organizing and let me in the milwaukee police issued an apology chicago police officers due in court today officer robert realm oh he's accused of punching two minute a bar back in december he's facing misdemeanor charges already on desk duty for his involvement in a controversial 2015 fifteen fatal shooting two women were rob last night in the city's old town neighborhood in separate attacks just thirty minutes apart.

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Esteban Santiago, Alaska and Iraq discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Esteban Santiago, Alaska and Iraq discussed on NPR News Now

"Plant that's been the source of concern embarrass nathan reports from why that areas being closely monitored officials have been worried that the puna geothermal venture could be overrun by lava possibly triggering a release of hydrogen sulfide a deadly gas the plant also provides power to many here on the southeast end of the big island workers at the plant had been securing the facility by plugging wells as a direct lava impact look possible but now geologists say that lava from one of the roughly two dozen open fissures is creating what they call a spider rampart a berm effectively that is protecting the plant and helping to push the creeping lava flow away nathan rob npr news hawaii us congressional committees questioning whether the us olympic committee followed its own rules in terms of investigating complaints about sexual abuse representative greg harper's the subcommittee chairman there's venison's stick failure in the system to protect athletes including in how allegations of sexual misconduct have been handled or should i say not handled by the national governing bodies hearing included discussion of revelation scores of young gymnasts were sexually molested by former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar on wall street today the dow closed up fifty two points this is npr italian authorities say an engineer aboard a train is dead and more than a dozen passengers were heard after the train ploughed into a truck on the tracks in northern italy italy's official ends a news agency quoting rescuers says only one of the sixteen injured passengers was critically heard the crash took place tonight on a section of track running between turin and a suburb truck appears to have crashed through a barrier winding up on the tracks a man who killed five people and wounded six of the fort lauderdale airport last year will be sentenced to life in prison npr's greg allen reports esteban santiago is agreed to plead guilty to eleven charges in exchange for life sentence santiago is an iraq war veteran who flew from anchorage alaska to fort lauderdale last year on a one way ticket on arrival he retrieved a handgun from checked weapons box loaded it in a bathroom and began firing at passengers in the airports baggage claim area at a hearing in fort lauderdale a federal judge as sandiego why he committed the shootings might don't know santiago said i wasn't really thinking about it at that.

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