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"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"You'll find the bright yellow. He Stuck Capella. The Brightest Star in the Constellation Riga the Cherry a tear caterpillar. A pillar is the Latin term for a small female goat. The Stars Alternative name is CAPRA. which was more commonly used in classical times? Although it appears to be a single stat of the unaided I could pillar is actually system forced us into battery. His first pay comprises too bright yellow giant sties both of which around two and a half times the massive out son having exhausted their core hydrogen birth stars of colden expanded out become giants moving off the main sequence designated United Capella A and Cappella. Ab they're in a very tight. Circular Orbit Some Zero Point Seven six astronomical units Pat Albany each other every one hundred four earth stories caterpillar a is the cooler and more luminous of the two but some seventy eight times the luminosity and twelve times. The radius of our sun known as an aging red clump star Capella A is fusing helium into carbon and oxygen in its core Cappella Ray is slightly smaller and hotter sub giant about seventy three times as luminous almost nine times the radius of our Sun. It's now in the process of expanding out become a red giant. The Capella system is is one of the brightest sources of x rays in the sky thought the come primarily from the corner of the more massive giant the second pair of sizing Cappella allocated around ten thousand astronomical Michael Units from the first pay. They consist of two faint small and relatively cool spectral type M main sequence red dwarf stars designated Cappella Aging Cappella L. almost directly overhead this time of year. So that's your position on the scene. It we find canopus the second brightest star in the night sky after serious. It's located some three hundred thirteen light years away in the Constellation Carina the Keel Columbus looks incredibly bright. Because it's huge. It's a special type. A Bluestar booster with some ten times. The mass seventy one times that I am and ten thousand times the Sun can opus is a bright source of x rays in which are probably produced by. Its Corona magnetically hated to several million Kelvin. The temperatures lightly being stimulated by fast rotation combined with strong internal convection vixen current percolating through this outta layers no star closer than canopus is more luminous than it. In fact it's being the brightest iron or this night sky during three different epochs over the past. Four million years are the stars such a serious pay breida relatively temporary periods during which time they passing the solar system at match closer the distances thank can opus about ninety thousand years ago series. Moved close enough that it appears to be broader than CANOVA's and as I said earlier it will remain that case for at least another two hundred ten thousand years but in some foreign hundred eighty thousand years time canopus will once again become the brightest Arnott sky and will remain so for a period of at least another five hundred ten thousand years in Greek mythology canopus was the helmsmen a navigator for the fleet of Malays King of spider which was settling back from the battle of troy cannabis. He said to have died when the flight arrived at the port in Alexandria Egypt and so a star which become visible in the Reisen was named after him the notable themes understandable because. It's after all in the Constellation Carina which represents the Keel of the but ago east by Jason and the astronauts and the quest for the Golden Fleece and located knee by other vessels sales represented by the Constellation Villa and the roof of the birds re cabin. And it's the PIP. Dick which is represented by the Constellation. Constellation Papas can also forms part of the stellar associational. astrum nut as the faults cross which straddles the constellations Carina and via the sales. Take off confused with a real southern cross crux. This time of year. The southern cross his upside down and low down the southern skies during early evening in fact act four hours north of Brisbane. The seven cross will be hidden by trees and buildings on the Reisen must the evening but later on as the earth turns. The southern cross will rise above the horizon and the south-southeast northern listeners. And pay to be lying on the left hand side in fact most of the brighter stars visible in the night sky a visible during January renite series. The dog stars the brightest followed by notice. The Navigation Sta the third brightest office story one of the two point showing the way to the southern cross. Ross low in the south. The fourth and fifth brightest stars however actors Vega aunt visible in the southern hemisphere during January but the sixth brightest Capella is visible just just a fist with above the northern horizon. And the seventh. Rachel Marks Ryan's a next is pressure on the little dog in eighth place not as Adema echina- at the end of the River Eric Danis and finally builders better than most people. These days beetlejuice is a Ryan shoulder and the tenth brightest down the night sky. So that's eight of the ten brightest does not Scott.

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"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Two hundred thousand two hundred and fifty thousand. US dollars a seat. Russia's launched the new geostationary weather satellite into orbit the electro L. number three meteorological satellite was carried aloft aboard a Proton M rocket equipped with a zero three upstage from the back and cosmodrome the Central Asian republic of Kazakhstan. The electoral number three satellite was placed. It's the geostationary transfer orbit six thousand thirty seven minutes after launch and time. That attorney is to the skies and check out the celestial sphere for January on Sky Watch. January is the first month of the year in the Julian. Angering calendars is. The name originates in the Latin word for door because January is the door to the new year and an opening to new beginnings the month is conventionally thought of as being named after the mythical Roman God of beginnings and transitions but according to ancient Roman Farmers Almanac it was actually Juno who was the traditional God of January astronomers January Max Earth's closest position to the Sun perihelion which always occurs about two weeks after the December solstice now the recent we have perihelion and its opposite affiliation with Earth at its most distant opened position from the Sun Occurs Because Planet Stern orbit the sun in perfect circles but rather ever-changing elliptical orbits the shape of this orbit varies due to gravitational influences of other planetary objects and in Earth case that especially includes the Moon. ooh What is almost massive enough to be considered binary partner so over roughly one hundred thousand year cycle Earth's orbit changes in shape from almost circular too far more elliptical the difference is not fix Trysofi the next perihelion occurs on Sunday January the fifth twenty twenty at eighteen forty seven in the evening astray in eastern daylight a time when the Earth's center will be just one hundred forty seven million ninety one thousand one hundred and forty four kilometers from the center of the Sun. That's a to forty seven in the morning. US Eastern Standard added time and seven forty seven am Greenwich Meantime and as we said earlier just six months later about two weeks. After the June saucers Earth will be at its furthest the position from the Sun at Falin. Okay let's start as celestial turn the north face looking towards Orion the hunter. It's one of the most easily identified constellations in the night. Let's go this time of the year. And if you look near Orion you'll see Sirius. The Dog Star so called because it's the brightest star in the Constellation candice major at the Big Dog. The name serious means scorching or brilliant a clear reference to its spectacular brightness in the sky as well as being one of the nearest us to the sonnet. Just eight point. Seven ly is it's it's also intrinsically brought some twenty five times brighter than the sun and almost twice as bright is the second brightest star in the night sky can opus by the way a lie. That's about ten trillion kilometres. But isn't a photon can travel in a year. At around three hundred thousand kilometers per second the speed of light in vacuum and the ultimate speed limit of the universe. Serious is the fifth closest of the Sun Right now and it's gradually moving closer to our solar system so it will steadily increase in brightness over the next sixty thousand years after which time the star system will begin moving away again and it will gradually become fainter and fainter but it will still continue to be the brightest ironist night sky for at least the next two hundred ten thousand years serious is a binary star system comprising spectral type a main sequence. What stock called Serious A and small white DWARF COMPANION SERIOUS BAY which orbits between eight point two and thirty one point five astronomical units away from the Primary Star now astronomical unit is a distance of about one hundred and fifty million kilometres the average distance between the earth and the Sun? Or if you prefer you can think of it is eight point three light minutes and main sequence sequence stars of those undergoing hydrogen fusion into helium in they cause as well as being about twenty five times more luminous than the sun serious has at least twice. It's the mass and size of our Sun. The Sirius system is between two hundred and three hundred million years old and was originally composed of two bright white stars seriously seriously which was the more massive of the pair became a white dwarf about one hundred and twenty million years ago. We know that's the case. Because the bigger star is the quicker consumes the two resorces. Now what is the stellar corpse of sunlight star having used up all its fuel. Supply hydrogen to helium it expands into a Red China as it begins fusing helium into carbon and oxygen. The thing is some like stars aren't massive enough diffuse carbon and oxygen into heavier elements. And so they I turn off the Outta gas envelopes float away in space. Patacula objects called Planetary Nebula. And what's left behind is a super dense white-hot hot still a core about the size of the earth and object astronomers referred to as a white dwarf which will slowly cool down of the eons of time time serious has played an important part in Earth's human history five thousand years ago the ancient Egyptian so serious as the God nervous Lord of the underworld old who had the head of the Doug and invented embalming the funeral rites and guarded one from the underworld judgment where he attended the scales during the weighing of the heart. To determine one's fate in the afterlife later numerous was replaced as the lord of the underworld by Cyrus and serious came to represent the goddess Isis to ancient Egyptians options by carefully watching series movements across the sky the ancient Egyptians determined that it will be visible every night for two hundred ninety five and a quarter night followed by seventeen nineteen nights have absence and this observation allowed them to determine that the year was three hundred and sixty five and a quarter days long and they calculations were accurate accurate to within eleven minutes the helical rising of Sirius also mack the annual flooding of the River Nile in ancient Egypt and the hot sultry dog days of summer for the ancient Greeks by the way hill rising.

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11:23 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on KGO 810

"The American museum of natural history Erica very good evening to you published most recently in nature magazine which is the definitive scientific peer reviewed magazine for Europe matching science in America you publish an overview of where we are in the discovery of our ancestors and are super ancestors and most recently the turn the event that turns out this to an open discussion is a discovery of an older discovery an appeal in a cave in grease of fossils associated with very early homo sapiens up to two hundred and ten thousand years ago that strikes me as discontinuous with the generalities that I've read over the years as an amateur reader of Paley anthropology this would be the oldest discovery of homo sapiens in Europe is that correct Eric good evening to you yes good evening John what we have here is a finding which was made forty some odd years ago and recently reinterpreted both in terms of its age and its relationships to make it the earliest member of our species homo sapiens outside Africa because it's outside Africa seems especially significance why is that error well we know that much of human evolution took place on the African continent as far back as four or five million years ago for the earliest Osterloh paths later the origin of homo around two million years ago our own genius that group of species which includes home ASAP begins and then by about three hundred thousand years ago were slightly more in North Africa in South Africa and in central Africa Kenya we have evidence of fossils which we can place in our species as opposed to such species as the Neanderthals or homo erectus Java man the first time that any of those homo sapiens went outside Africa into the greater Eurasian continent is this new find from a PMR three size C. 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I. now I'm following your reporting here that there are three waves three big ways we can demonstrate out of Africa two million years ago homo erectus that job on that came out of Africa and spread across the Eurasian supercontinent then S. six eight hundred to six hundred thousand years ago Neander tall came out of Africa again and spread across that same continent the third wave is the one that's now in dispute is there a number that suits everyone for the third wave for the homo sapiens as you say I follow your pronunciation almost happens is there a is there an agreed upon number for when that happened well until now we thought it was around a hundred or maybe a hundred fifty thousand years ago this new find dates to at least two hundred ten thousand as you mentioned and says that some of the homo sapiens populations which had first appeared in Africa buy a three hundred thousand years ago moved out through the Middle East and spreading outward not because they were trying to get anywhere but perhaps they were following game or they were following climatic zones as they moved and we find them for the first time in Greece which makes sense it is after all the closest part of Europe to the Middle East which was in turn the pathway out of Africa there is a discovery and what is now Israel that dates I believe you said is tia yes we have the dates anywhere between five hundred and two hundred thousand years ago that is homo sapiens that's not very much out of Africa but that would be the same route taken by the I. P. Tamara homo sapiens correct yes but the question is is that tia fossel which is much less well preserved it's just the area of the forehead and the top of the orbits of the eye sockets and that's fossel which was found in the twenties has been a point of contention since then so some people say it's related to Neanderthals some people say it's related to the common ancestor of Neanderthals and home was sappy some people say well maybe it is home ASAP I preferred that last possibility but basically it has been studied in fact it was studied most recently but by one of my former PhD student Serra freed line who investigated it very carefully I'm sorry that it was not yet the most happiest however as it turned out the specimens that she compared it to are those which have now been recognized in Africa as dating to two hundred fifty to three hundred thousand years ago and all our home was sappy ends given that I suggest that we need to re evaluate the position of the city it's much closer to Africa but it could be much older the problem is we don't have a good date for it we're dating it based on the type of stone tools found with it rather than the date for a PMR which is based on radio metric that is radioactive decay process she's dating the actual fossils themselves I see there seems to be an advance here and your ability to be to date fossils and then you're making leaps and bounds so I want to ask one last as you make these corrections are you become more articulate do we describe here these out of Africa as in as migrations invasions and can we can we figure out why homo sapiens didn't succeed the first for the second or the third time are those questions answered know when they're very important questions that you raised because we have evidence that homo sapiens fossils were found in Greece as you said two hundred ten thousand years ago there's a more fragmentary piece of upper jaw in Israel dated between a hundred ninety five and a hundred seventy five thousand years ago there are many complete skulls and partial skeletons in Israel all cold homo sapiens identified as someone sat bian's there between a hundred twenty and ninety thousand years ago the question is did any of these early exits from Africa succeed or did day for whatever reason move out and then perhaps because they encountered Neanderthals and could not compete with them for food or because they could not deal with climatic change the last five hundred thousand or even million years has been a time of tremendous climatic fluctuations advances of glaciers retreats of glaciers were now in a time period of a retreat but in two thousand years ago glaciers covered New York City and fifty thousand years from now and less global warming makes that impossible the shoes will again expand and cover much of the northern hemisphere one detail it's in your article in nature magazine that we haven't mentioned yet is that the niece of a cave in Russia and the determination that that Denise of them discovered there is not continuous with Neander taller homo erectus or homo sapiens but is all by itself does that mean that did the seven came out of Africa as well well what's very interesting is the Guinea sevens are known by very few fossils but those fossils have yielded ancient DNA which allowed the molecular anthropologists who studied them to determine that they were not only a distinct species but that their closest relatives were Neanderthals so Denise Evans and Neanderthals share a common ancestor more recently then I was happy ends and the and tolls shared a common ancestor finally our happy yeah right because the because this is nothing the questions nothing questions that I'm controlling myself does this discovery in the opera dema Kay a Peter mackay does this open up the possibility that we don't have the full story is that what I am reading this as as a great question mark definitely there are always questions we always say let's find more fossils sometimes those fossils answer questions and just as often they raise new ones so that we want to find out why it is that homo sapiens did not succeed in western Europe in fact across most of Europe until about forty five thousand years ago they overlapped they co existed with me and it calls for a short time then there was inter breeding I understand we have DNA here today that is from the Neanderthals yes the suggestion is that all modern humans outside Africa have between one percent and five percent of our DNA inherited from the other calls some modern humans especially in Southeast Asia and Melanesia have Denise is an DNA and most recently there was found a draw on the Tibetan plateau at several thousand feet elevation which yielded not DNA but proteins that suggest it also was it in a seven and this in turn suggested perhaps to Denise Evans had genetic adaptations which allowed them and perhaps other modern humans to exist at high altitude but not all humans have mysteries of Peligro anthropology professor art doubts in is it Lehman college graduate center City University of New York is a researcher at the American museum of natural history writing.

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02:28 min | 3 years ago

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"Listening to the AP digital news network American crocodiles are thriving add an unusual spot the canals surrounding a South Florida nuclear plants last week seventy three crocodile hatchlings were rescued by a team of specialists that Florida power and light Turkey point nuclear plants and dozens more are expected to emerge soon the canals are one of three major U. S. habitats for crocodiles were twenty five percent of the two thousand American crocodiles live the F. P. L. team has been credited for moving the classification of crocodiles on the Endangered Species Act to threatened from endangered in two thousand seven scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved women may be more likely than men to develop Alzheimer's disease an AP correspondent Shelley Abner reports new research may help explain why scientists at the Alzheimer's association international conference in Los Angeles offered evidence that the disease may spread differently in the brains of women than in men other researchers showed that several newly identified genes seem related to the disease risk by sex some previous to he suggests that women at any age you're more likely than men to develop Alzheimer's at the same time women with the disease in its early stages may go on diagnose because they tend to do better on verbal test than men and that would mass the damage of the disease I'm surely antler Britain Enron I'm to acquire the navy news minute British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt denounces around seizure of a British oil tanker in international waters of the strait of Hormuz this is completely.

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03:19 min | 3 years ago

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"Almost to discourage people from spending the night there mayor Keith James calls it innovative doubling down despite the ACLU condemning the city's actions as cruel we thought it would be a good idea I still think was a good idea to play music some annoying songs to the night Josh Replogle west Palm Beach Florida to the choir a B. radio news all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at that hi Jamie it's me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay the problem was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at Jeff yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight I got a new there so the referee cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match is limited by state law the AP digital news network scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved roller coaster riders were stuck for nearly two hours at a Six Flags amusement park in Maryland when the ride malfunctioned a six flag spokeswoman says the ride came to a stop at the top of the lift hill on the Firebird right Thursday night all the guests were escorted safely off but officials said passengers had to wait for nearly two hours on the floor list coaster as the park followed safety procedures Six Flags officials say the right to remain close while it undergoes an inspection the first woman on the Supreme Court now has her Arizona home in the national register of historic places the National Park Service officially approved the Sandra day o'connor house is a historic place in metro Phoenix o'connor and her husband actually helped police the adobe bricks for the home when it was being built in nineteen fifty seven the mid century modern house was heavily influenced by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright the historic designation means the property is deemed worthy of preservation it doesn't however guarantee complete protection against demolition but any federally funded project that could negatively impact the house would have to consider its protection Britain Enron I'm to acquire the navy news minute British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt denounces around seizure of a British oil tanker in international waters of the strait of Hormuz this is completely unacceptable freedom of navigation must be maintained hunt adds that Britain is not looking at military options Iran denies.

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03:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Thank you the eight key digital news network scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved a new poll shows military veterans back president trump but many are wary of his judgment AP correspondent Shelley Adler reports the pew research poll which measure the political opinions of former service members showed high levels of support for president trump on a range of policies from border security to his dealings with North Korea NATO and Russia however many veterans believe he doesn't listen enough to military leaders and they distrust his decisions on the use of force fifty seven percent of veterans approved of trump's leadership as commander in chief compared with forty one percent of Americans over all women younger veterans and Democrats generally were more skeptical of the president's respect for veterans showing up there Washington he's back with jeopardy after his cancer treatment Alex Trebek cleats days birthday around up with doctor saying the pancreatic cancer he vowed to fight is in near remission I'm Canadian I played hockey action man tough I'm a tough guy trip back on the CBC he's seventy nine Selena Gomez says she'll have a new album out soon at long last it took me four years now to even feel at a good place with this album and it's just because I had such huge moments that happened in my life personally that how was I going to capture that and how is I can actually feel good about what I was saying Gomez on The Tonight Show she's twenty seven and comedian David spade's getting his own Comedy Central show which premieres at the end of the month he hasn't revealed much was says it will be a variety show along with other comics talk county central to show there's no politics my vision my sort of sense of humor I'll put it together and we said we'll figure out as we go at that all right already read their people tune in or they won't fade on Joe blow dot com he's fifty five today and that's our birthday round up for July twenty second I'm Bob Kessler Enron I'm to acquire the navy news minute British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt denounces around seizure of a British oil tanker in international waters of the strait of Hormuz this is completely unacceptable freedom of navigation must be maintained hunt adds that Britain is not looking at military options Iran denies that a US warship destroyed an Iranian drone near the Persian Gulf any military claims all of its drones returned safely to their bases president trump's response I don't know about it now we we shut it down thousands of New York City commuters are stuck on subway trains ever stop because of a server problem affecting about a third of the city's main lines during rush hour this afternoon city transit president any Byford says it took about an hour to reboot all the computer servers we do not yet know what the root cause of this fight about the break down comes as the city's Walters and he and he topping more than ninety degrees I'm to acquire AP digital news back in a moment thank you for what's greater than finding a.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Instagram's thinking about getting rid of likes but for now it's just a test it's been running the test in Canada since may in the idea is to hide how many likes people's posts receive as it tries to combat criticism that such counts her mental health now Facebook says the test has been expanded to Ireland Italy Japan Australia Brazil and New Zealand people can still see how many people like to their own photos but won't see counts for other people's posts rather they could tap to see a list of all the accounts that lake the other posts but would have to count the total manually roller coaster riders were stuck for nearly two hours at a Six Flags amusement park in Maryland when the ride malfunctioned a six flag spokeswoman says the ride came to a stop at the top of the lift hill on the Firebird right Thursday night all the guests were escorted safely off but officials said passengers had to wait for nearly two hours on the floor list coaster as the park followed safety procedures Six Flags officials say the right to remain close while it undergoes an inspection scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

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"S. soccer federation to be on the right side of history in March twenty eight members of the U. S. women's national team sued the U. S. soccer federation for alleged gender discrimination the suit claims the federation pays the women less than members of the men's national team scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved missile system parts from Russia continue to flow into Turkey despite US objections A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma report the US is threatening sanctions if they continue the Turkish defense ministry says two more cargo planes have landed doesn't feel near the capital Ankara bringing Russian made defense systems components for the fourth day running they were the eighth and ninth planes to arrive since Friday Washington has repeat they won't take a little impose sanctions on the NATO member country and excluded from the F. thirty five stealth fighter jet program if I'm correct does not told it's S. four hundred procurement but Turkey has refused to bow to US pressure sings defense purchase it's a matter of national security I'm Charles to that's my radio news I'm ready to fall les house Democrats are planning a vote to condemn the.

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02:49 min | 3 years ago

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"Administration to keep migrants from crossing the southern border if you watch the correspondence saga Madani reports from the White House with the detail the administration is moving to end asylum protections for most central American migrants a new rule expected to go into effect tomorrow says any asylum seekers who first pass through another country will be ineligible for asylum in the US though there will be exceptions such as for migrants who been trafficked corporate losses refugees can request asylum here regardless of how they arrive also with exceptions the administration's new policy will almost certainly face legal challenges as have it's really bids to send asylum seekers back over the border and keep some detained while their cases play out soccer mad Donnie at the White House actor will Ferrell help breathe new life into some classic TV earlier this year he leads today's birthday roundup recently starring as the pompous but poignant Tom Willis on the live broadcast of the Jeffersons in may on ABC what matters is not what passes across our minds but how we live our lives together and baby we've been doing that pretty good will Ferrell fifty two singer musician and fear the walking dead cast member Ruben blades wants to clear up any misunderstandings on how to say his name the name is Ruben blades but people call me biased because I'm from my mama right and if we pronounce it black ice blades pour blood on talking dead he sixty one and the TV series Downton abbey will continue as a theatrical movie star Laura Carmichael was working as a receptionist at a doctor's office when she first got the call to be on the original show as I excuse me when I was gonna is going to take this court like knowing it was coming in and said you mean the the whether or not you got the role yeah and so at that point you know just get up and leave yeah kinda Carmichael on live with Kelly and Ryan she's thirty three and that's our birthday round up for July sixteenth I'm Bob Kessler scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

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"Say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved alarm is being sounded by a leading advocacy group AP's at Charles de Ledesma reports it says it's worried only twenty seven percent of funds for twenty nineteen have been provided so far the Norwegian refugee council says the with only hall of of twenty nineteen gone humanitarian organizations who receive just twenty seven percent of the money needed to provide relief to people affected by crises worldwide this year its general secretary John Eklund says the card to lack of funding is alarming he adds a total of twenty six billion dollars is required this year to provide relief for around ninety four million people in the house of the donor countries have contributed of the seven billion so far the NRC singled out the crises in Cameroon and Congo as examples of regions in the heat I'm Charles de Ledesma radio news I'm typical are the four freshmen Democrats president trump tweeted should go back to where they came from are fighting back Michigan congressman rishi to to leave says trumps attack as an effort to distract.

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AP News

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on AP News

"Your listening to the AP digital news network scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved Taiwan's main opposition parties picked a populist pro China Mayer as its candidate for the twenty twenty presidential race against an incumbent too often bashes Beijing the nationalist parties chosen hime grow you to run against incumbents hiding one in the January election after opinion poll results give him a forty five percent support rating undefeated for other candidates including former Foxconn technology chairman and billionaire Terry while in a party primary he's vowed to make peace with China and signed deals with four Chinese cities to sell five point two billion new Taiwan dollars or one hundred sixty seven million US dollars worth of Taiwanese agricultural products there's another first time winner on the PGA tour this time at the John Deere classic eighties a wrist beers reports the victory earned him a spot in the British open south African Dylan fratelli a twenty nine year old tour rookie won his first PGA tour event with a two shot victory in the John Deere classic for tell you sink the winning but to help the university of Texas when the twenty twelve NC double a national championship shot a final round sixty four to finish at twenty one under par enter any exemption into the British open second place finisher Russell Henley carded a final round ten under par sixty one the lowest final round in the tournament's forty nine year history Rory spears silver so annoying truck draws intense criticism I'm to acquire the navy news been if for democratic Congress woman of color say president trump doesn't deserve to be president Minnesota's your lawn marks time for us to impeach this president trump over the weekend we did that the four known as the squad that you should go back to their own countries through the foreign born in the United States one Omar was born in Somalia came to the U. S. as a refugee when she was a child drums postings have drawn an outcry from Democrats and some Republicans trump for his part double down today on the attack that's what I said in a tweet which I guess some people think it's controversial a lot of people love it by the way down today on the attack that's what I said in a tweet which I guess some people think it's controversial a lot of people love it by the way lot of people love it meanwhile the trump administration wants to reverse decades of US policy ending all asylum protections for most migrants to arrive at the U. S. Mexico border plan calls for migrants who passed through another country on the way to the United States to be in eligible rule also applies to children who cross the border loan I'm to acquire AP digital news back in a moment thank you for looking at farmers insurance we have concrete evidence that parking under an industrial cement mixer.

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on AP News

"A robot system could one day change the way corn is grown and monitored a team of scientists and engineers at university of Nebraska Lincoln have built an automated system capable of detecting an individual corn leaf and grasping it with robotic precision to screen its temperature chlorophyll and water content in less than a minute the plants phenotyping robot system is the latest example of precision agriculture you an al has trained inspiring plant scientists in labs and research fields to phenotype various corn hybrids in the search for breeds with higher heat and drought tolerance that produce a better yields a new efforts under way by the trump administration to keep migrants from crossing the southern border if you watch the correspondence saga Madonna reports from the White House with the detail the administration is moving to end asylum protections for most central American migrants a new rule expected to go into effect tomorrow says any asylum seekers who first pass through another country will be ineligible for asylum in the US though there will be exceptions such as for migrants who been trafficked corporate losses refugees can request asylum here regardless of how they arrive also with exceptions the administration's new policy will almost certainly face legal challenges as have it's really bids to send asylum seekers back over the border and keep some detained while their cases play out Sager mag on the at the White House scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved.

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AP News

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on AP News

"This is gonna break all the cost information in conditions of housing like license in all fifty states and one hundred thirty thirty they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved you can does ports from Russia continue to flow into Turkey despite US objections A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports the US is threatening sanctions if they continue the Turkish defense ministry says two more cargo planes have landed doesn't feel near the capital Ankara reading Russian made defense systems components for the fourth day running they were the eighth and ninth planes to ride since Friday Washington has repeatedly won't take a little impose sanctions on the NATO member country and excluded from the F. thirty five stealth fighter jet program if I'm correct does not told it's S. four hundred procurement the Turkey has refused to bow to US pressure sings defense purchase it's a matter of national security I'm sure that's my environmental protesters have blocked roads in London and four other British cities in a new wave of demonstrations demanding foster action against climate change hundreds of supporters of the group extinction rebellion blocked the streets outside London's royal courts of justice on Monday they called for charges to be dropped against more than a thousand people arrested during climate protests earlier this year protest rules are taking place in Glasgow called if Bristol and leads Britain aims to achieve net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty extinction rebellion once it down by twenty twenty five eighteen radio I'm to require for freshman democratic congressman color denounce president trump was weekend tweets telling them to go back to their own countries Michigan congressman Rashid to leave says trump's attacks are just more of the same sadly this is not the first nor will it be the last time we hear disgusting bigoted language from the president we know this what is who he is trump is an apologetic labeling the Democrats socialist story even communists who despise the USA hate our country they hate it I think with a passion now it's possible I'm wrong the voters will decide several Republicans in Congress are also critical of trump Utah senator Mitt Romney calls trump's comments destructive demeaning and this unifying senator Tim Scott of South Carolina the only black Republican in the Senate says trump has interjected I'll with unacceptable personal attacks and racially offensive language in his tweets in Charlottesville Virginia James Alex fields a sentence of four hundred nineteen years in state prison for killing one anti white supremacist protester and key injuring some thirty others when he drove his car into a crowd one of those who were injured concert young says people ask her what they can do to help what I now ask of these people specifically these white people is to be less apathetic in the face of racism to accusers of Jeffrey abstain told a judge in New York to keep the wealthy financier behind bars until he goes on trial on federal charges that he sexually abused underage girls Brad Edwards is their attorney both support the government's position of no bail both believe not only is he a flight risk for the obvious reasons but also that that is the only way to secure the safety of the community this is a P. radio news contacts are being traced to the first person in Congo's largest city go by who has been diagnosed with Ebola doctor how to knit jaggery is the one with the World Health Organization this is very serious because this is a foster you know plus thirty three of many people he prays on those who are very sick dokey them and we don't know now how many people he has token go why is home to more than two million people mark low **** is at the United Nations you know already that we had cation you can day you've seen the reports of that recent case in Goma unless we're able to scale up to deal with the risk of spreading game we will not be successful in getting to zero cases health experts have long feared Ebola a responsible for killing nearly seventeen hundred people so far in Congo since August would make his way eventually to the city cut cause health ministry sought to reassure people.

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AP News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on AP News

"Side of tables at Starbucks coffee shop strewn with the day's newspaper could become more of a rarity first reported by the New York Post Starbucks will quit selling The New York Times Wall Street journal and get that papers like USA today citing changing customer behavior while some papers are adding digital subscribers in print circulations declined by more than half since its peak in the mid nineteen eighties the times says it's disappointed the journal confirm that Starbucks is stopping prints sales and could not did not immediately respond to questions the sales of newspapers at Starbucks will stop in September Facebook is going to get fined five billion dollars by the F. T. C. it's the largest ever find given to a tech company to put that in perspective the second largest ever fine was twenty two million for Google in twenty twelve reports came out Friday that the F. T. C. had voted to find Facebook for privacy violations and mis handling user data Facebook has been expecting the punishment which most likely won't make a dent in the company's deep pockets but it will also likely settle the company with additional restrictions scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens evolved.

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AP News

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on AP News

"Customer behavior while some papers are adding digital subscribers in print circulations declined by more than half since its peak in the mid nineteen eighties the times says it's disappointed the journal confirm that Starbucks is stopping print sales and can not did not immediately respond to questions the sales of newspapers at Starbucks will stop in September rare sea turtles are smashing nesting records this summer on beaches in the southeast U. S. scientists say giant loggerhead sea turtles weighing up to three hundred pounds crawl ashore to dig nests in the sand every summer along the southern Atlantic coast logger heads are a threatened species protected under the Endangered Species Act scientists credit the egg laying boom to conservation measures that began more than thirty years ago so far this year researchers in Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina have catalog more than twelve thousand two hundred Nast's left by logger heads the nest counts serve as the key indicator of the overall population's health scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of humans in southern Greece after they found a chunk of skull in a cave the skulls estimated ages at least two hundred ten thousand years old making it sixteen thousand or more years older than an upper jaw bone from Israel that was reported last year the research published in the journal nature shows our species began leaving Africa much earlier than previously thought the travelers to Greece evidently left no descendants alive today other research has established that the exit is from Africa that led to our world wide spread didn't happen until more than one hundred thousand years later then you work is the latest sign of earlier dad and exits from the continent where homo sapiens.

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That will remain permanent president trump has vowed mass deportations in some cities like Chicago those rates could begin as early as this weekend the U. S. M. C. A. could mean better relations between Mexico and the US but Indiana isn't waiting Chris Davis reports agriculture you've got plenty of it here in Indiana and in Mexico and lieutenant governor Suzanne crouch believes that's one area that we have in common where we can strike some agreements right now that's why she ended delegation of Hoosier leaders are in Mexico in the state of Hidalgo she says they've already signed those agreements even though the U. S. M. C. A. may be pushed through Congress and signed soon Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news she wants the Democrat nomination for Indiana's fifth district house seat that's the statement made by former Democrat state representative Christina Hale it's the same state that will be given up by Republican Susan Brooks at the end of her term D. Thorton is also looking to get the Democrat nomination he lost to Brooks in the last election in twenty sixteen they've identified the earliest evidence of humans outside Africa that's the claim made by scientists they think the chunk of a school found in a cave in southern Greece is at least two hundred ten thousand years old that makes it sixteen thousand or more years older than the previous earliest human fossils found which was a jawbone from Israel at the age of the school pieces verified it could prove humans began migrating from Africa much earlier than scientists have thought before now breaking into a little Caesars pizza is why police say they arrested three people in fort Wayne they say those three rob a little sis there's an Kendallville on Tuesday but we're caught a short time later one of the people left a mask and a gun behind during the chase an uber driver sings his way to fame boxes Kristin Goodwin reports driver in South Africa thankful for a Facebook video helping him land a career in opera.

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KTOK

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ten thousand years" Discussed on KTOK

"Make sure that we deliver to you as fact it's a fact shepherd Smith on fox news channel real news real honest opinion formal charges filed against the suspect in the killing of a Utah college student police have held are you a lot I should I eat the man accused of killing you toss student mackenzie little work for two weeks without official charges that change today when Salt Lake county DA sim Gil announce count one criminal homicide aggravated murder count to aggravated kidnapping con three obstructing justice account for abuse order desecration of the human body Luke was last seen alive at a city park getting into a car June seventeenth police also confirm contact between the two D. A. gill says a first court appearance for OJ I you could be within the next two days colonel Scott fox news cook county Illinois judges ruled some records of singer R. Kelly's legal battle with the ex wife can be released to the public as soon as next week questions after nuclear waste was discovered to be stored and unsafe conditions in the Vatos U. S. energy department says it is suspending shipments of low level radioactive waste from Tennessee to Nevada while it investigates how material sense was site north of Las Vegas were mislabeled and out of compliance with safety regulations for six years a spokeswoman says it doesn't pose any health or safety threat to workers or the general public but democratic representative Stephen Horsford says Nevada has been covertly coerced into either legally storing nuclear materials he wants energy secretary Rick Perry to step down immediately the material is unrelated to weapons grade plutonium that the department secretly shipped to the same site last year Richard Jordan fox news scientists say they've identified the earliest known sign of our species outside Africa it's a chunk of skull recover from a cave in southern Greece the fossils estimated ages at least two hundred and two hundred ten thousand years which they say shows our species.

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