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"vegetating" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
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"vegetating" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
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"vegetating" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"vegetating" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
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Trans-Tasman Travel Bubble Opens
"Free flights between australia and new zealand will start from monday. The nineteenth of april win the long-awaited trans has been troubled by will finally becomes a reality. Qantas and jetstar will resume regular trans tasman flights from monday with quotas and zealand now selling an extensive range of trans tasman routes from destinations around australia to oakland. Wellington christ church and queenstown qantas even launching to brand new greats from cans and the goa coast oakland and any zealand plans to launch a new route of its from oakland to hyderabad and tasmania vegetate is not resuming any flights to new zealand for now but currently plans to retain new zealand starting from september with flights to queenstown in october last year as the sterling government had already removed. It's quarantaine requirement for travelers coming from new zealand on special quarantine free flights but the new zealand government hadn't reciprocated yet until now a few weeks ago in preparation for this announcement. The israeli government had already quietly removed the requirement for australian citizens to an Apply for an exemption to travel to new zealand and these sterling government has also now downgraded. Its travel advice. Zealand's to level two with the smart traveler website advising his trillion simply excise a high degree of cautioning new zealand junior to the ongoing risk of covid nineteen outbreaks. The official advice for all other countries remain to level four which is do not travel. So that's pretty good actually quarantaine free green zone. Flights across the tasman will be available only to travel as have not been in an overseas covid nineteen hotspot during the last fourteen days and the crew operating those Green zone flights will also be allowed to do that if they have not been to any hot spots around countries in the past fortnight
Rainwater Harvesting for Tiny Houses (And Beyond!)
"I also appreciate you taking the time to do this interview. And i've been really excited to talk with someone about rainwater harvesting. I'm curious if you could like just start with the basics even though the remoter harvesting maybe defines itself but can you give your definition of what is rainwater harvesting yes. The rainwater is the capture of rain. Water for a multitude of uses and. There's two typical ways that that's done. One is with active strategies and is with passive strategies so the active strategies. That's collecting water off a clean surface such as a roof directing that water to a gutter then through screen and then into tank water readily at hand. Whatever use you want. And that's typically what people most commonly think of but the passive strategy that has a much greater capacity and with a passive system. You're not tanking the rain. You're planting the rain. So you direct rainfall and runoff into water harvesting earthworks rain gardens basically basin like shaped landforms that are vegetated and malt. So they act as living sponges. That rapidly absorbed the water. So you reinvest it rather than drain it away. And then you access that water in the form of life such as fruit trees and their fruit gardens. Wildlife habitat shelter shelter belts beauty. And so on. And i like harvest water and integrating both at an passive strategies
"vegetating" Discussed on The big d zone
"Philly totally shocking. And i thank you because i had to fight a kid away too fast and empathy and and you know do Website only which i did and you know get help for people who promote the show. Because i just to entertain our promoter i just want to thank you. I wanna take you all because this show literally saved my life. You know the bad enough. That i get depressed because of my wife pat pathway almost six years and then my friend here come her friend passing away late. Twenty twenty and the twenty twenty one pandemic and now i get sick for the deadly virus a deadly evil virus. Y'all citizens his life thing. This is the best city. Did today. Because i totally beat it because we know that this show is worth it you are big show have had to the hall of fame and i love to do the. Laurie called the whole ever. Would i activate by our. I'll go the did you are going to continue. Provide you dead. You crave continue to provide the fuddy read to say to personate to to to to to to just make you laugh to make this out. Because even where i went to hollywood at the producer. Toby that is superior the media. It's all kobe to flourish. Sixty four pted tonight thirty two. I totally take you for him. I totally and i love t to out to do their own. Shows like my wife and it rolled did this show until he passed away and it will be about from put together puts us the bargain. I did to she pass. We did get the fitted part of doubt but we show w two but you know. I just love teaching. And i love. Vegetating ev what you did. Did you just go for why here why i stay. Even at the by wise i did how the world that i will go to go on and i did that if i could. Either make it through this and you even helping to dig mclovin. I wanna take you very much to start supposed to be the state of the u. The i was trying to wait to all the other leaders go first. It predator piety. I i go to update because the what you do for this. Show love this show. Big d country is strong. Big d country is stall because of infinitive and with this before i really emotional like i already am mercedes. This.
"vegetating" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Any of us are also watching it at ten o'clock password departs. But i want to Mick what are your thoughts. Mr survivor series background. I'm hoping for fifteen out of ten No i'm hoping for about seven You know last year survivor series was it was pretty good between everything happening with an x t. And i think that's where we had Isn't that where we had adam. Colin peek done if You know and and that match was one of the matches of the year last year So i i know that it's not going to live up to that but i am hoping for About of seven and yeah. I'm really looking forward to that. Street profits new day match. That's one of the matches on the card that i've really been looking forward to the most But i i hope we do see some surprises and some things that you know. Maybe we weren't expecting so smith bragging rights is back so that's what i'm looking at this Expecting at least six out of ten. We're looking forward. Like i'm the black on black crime. That is tag team champions. Vegetating champions and making so racist do Unfortunately women's match smackdown vs while willis titles slight now women's versus when his title match legs as we mentioned earlier. That has a possibility to be a show stealer. We've known as women to do really good work together so there's a to maximum looking forward you. The most in ragged rights more excited than wargames is finally coming back. That's not a part of this at all. Oh no looking at my scorecards coming up today. You may see okay. Your energy slight bus to walk. We're finishing up now. Ladies thank you so much for watching so much for listening check breaking down. The ring dot com. Get your own ring. Crew merchandise again go to the chair. Tease area on there you can. You will be supporting the trevor project with the pride shirt and you will be supporting in. Nwa cpi legal defense fund. If you purchase the four. The people start against so much for watching so much for listening. We are in crew. Smitty there is. I couldn't hear shit for a minute. We locate we're exiting out so smitty wall you smith nineteen me on mikey when mike in south ladies and gentlemen thank you so much for watching we are out..
Hiker missing for two weeks found in Zion National Park
"A California woman who had been missing for two weeks in Zion and National Park in Utah has been found, Park officials say. 38 year old Holly court here was found Sunday by search and rescue crews and ethically vegetated area along the Virgin River. This after Park Rangers received a tip that she was seen Her daughter told a CNN Her mother hurt her head early in her hike and became disoriented a quarter now has been reunited with her family. Authorities say crews began the search after she didn't show up for her scheduled picked up in the park by a private shuttle. On October 6th.
Can Simple Fruit Peels Revive Dead Land?
"Of IHEART. Pay Brain Stuff Lauren Boban here with another classic episode from Erstwhile Host Christian Sager. This one has to do with some awesome environmental research almost never came to light. I'll let Christian explain. Stuff, it's Christian Sagar. If some of Earth's most barren wastelands could be transformed into dense productive forests by the most unlikely of helpers discarded fruit peels. It sounds like wishful thinking but that's exactly what happened in the nineteen nineties during promising ecological experiment orange juice manufacturer del Oro plunked twelve thousand metric tonnes. It's around thirteen thousand, two, hundred, twenty, eight tonnes of orange peels on top of bleak Costa Rican Pastureland eventually transforming it into a lush fertile forest but it's a success story that almost wasn't told del Oro donated a seven Acre or three. Hector plot on the edge of the WANNA cast t conservation area after being approached by University of Pennsylvania researchers, Daniel Johnson and Winnie. Hell walks who wondered how the company's discarded appeals could benefit the soil in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, the company deposited one thousand truckloads of orange skins onto the degraded land as part of the agreement but rival Orange Squeezer tico fruit sued del Oro a year into the contract claiming the company was defiling National Park Costa Rica's Supreme Court agreed, and after only two years, the experiment came to a halt. That could have been the end of the story. Were it not for Timothy Truer a curious ecologist at Princeton University in two thousand, thirteen truer and a team of researchers traveled to Costa Rica for unrelated research and decided to look up the orange peel plot. The site sign was so covered with vines in the land. So densely filled with trees that took the team years and dozens of site visits to discover it the team sampled and studied the soil at the site and compared it to samples that were taken in the year two thousand. It also noted tree diameter and species from the Orange Peel site and that of. In Year by pasture that wasn't treated with peels, the researchers found that the treated area had richer soil more tree biomass and a broader variety of tree species including a fig tree with a circumference equivalent to three arm spans. The precise reasons for this one, hundred and seventy six percent increase in above ground biomass are still being investigated but the researchers contend dumping massive amounts of nutrient. Rich organic waste had a nearly immediate effect on the land's fertility changing its lifeless soil into a thick rich loamy mixture. The researchers proposed it's also probable that the orange peel suppressed growth of an invasive grass that was keeping the forest from flourishing. The rediscovery of the experiment, a boon for barren landscapes and agricultural waste, but it also could have a major impact on earth. If more companies institute similar, environmentally friendly solutions to waste the resulting richly vegetated land could help isolate harmful carbon dioxide in the air and improve Earth's polluted atmosphere. So
"vegetating" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And. The man says, I quit because I couldn't stand the cooking. and. I. Thought it was rather funny myself I fail to see the humor I thought I'd rather costs It's Uber why don't you leave. I'll leave after had talk with you maybe not before is see. Lovely ladies, will you excuse me for a moment? I can. Now. My good man you my good man me you murderer I presume you'll refer to the affair of honor which I engaged Hamilton. Darn well I do let me say merely had I been called a murderer by one more nearly my equal I should deal with him as I don't with Hamilton. Just, who are you anyway obiqua Claude. I am Henry Andrews Harry to my friends. I'm an architect architect and you presume to converse with a soldier barrister, the second highest elective office of the Republic and a gentleman will you may be all those things except the last one but you disobeyed your superiors in the army. As far as I'm concerned, you're kind of lawyers on an ethical level with jockeys. Your Vice President. All right enough. But you try to double cross Jefferson. So you'd get the top job and don't go calling yourself a gentleman because you deliberately shot Alexander after he had fired his bullet into the air but I had mine with my eyes closed. You what certainly? Or as my French friends say self thin now and incidentally don't you and your French friends try any funny business with that Mexican conquest settlement deal either you're liable to end up in court on a charge of treason. We were discussing my marksmanship. Let me inform you that I have upon occasion hit the ace of spades thirty paces. Blindfold. Bet If saw the neath me. I would send my seconds to call up on you. Henceforth be on your good behavior fellow. Have One of my latkes a taste of writing. Copy Harry. Harry. Don't. Don't do that. You want a million miles away. I wasn't I've been sitting right here. Did you have another dream about that man i. wish I'd never told you about I. Forget it will you. I can't forget it with you going on this way. Harriett I. Think you ought to see a psychiatrist. PACA quack doctor. Fox told you. I was all right. What does he do now? What is doing? What he goes around bragging that he do Hamilton with his eyes closed. Furthermore since you asked me jostles me at parties now. Harriet I've simply got to get you away from here. Maybe you slept someplace else for a few nights. What place else? Well, why don't we go to the country for the weekend? Let's go to lime rock lodge. If, we're going to the country. Why don't we visit the Crowley is. You like them. Don't you know of course I do has a pistol. And we could do a little target shooting. Shoot a pistol for. I. Think you've ought to get away from that sure I just might have figured out how to get away from it. Esther. Fifty Times faster can ha-. That's the secret of a Martini Roy nobody makes them like you Bob Thank you. S. Alice you down. Thank you. Well. Years. Go. Ahead. Well how you been boy never better Bob never better. G. Good to be here. Nice peaceful weekend is just what Harry needs were. So pleased when you call, we've simply been vegetating the servants of getting fed up with taking care of just the two of us all you still have Madison Cathedral. So precisely. He'd been busy Harry nor not to a big provincial house out in south. Hampton. And we've got a twenty six story office building on the boards and he says he hasn't been to visit. You ought to see the building I mean it's going to be all bronze and an acrobatic glass. Excuse me while I, Kiss my wife she she means with actinic glass and copper deal but. I wouldn't know what to do with. All you get. Married fourteen years and still on on him over fifteen. Isn't it there? Yup. Well. About, refills let the is looped over move. Around in the Kitchen say. I love to don't you born thinking. Oh lots more where that game. Boy these are the greatest. How's IT with you? All couldn't be better. least now, Joe here. Kind of a lonesome grind finishing the book I'll bet you got it all buttoned up about. Excuse me for bringing it up Harry but. You feeling better about Walter No. Just, one of those things brooding about it. I guess the Guy Killed Him was put away. Sure. Oh, I know how tough it was but now you've got the right slant on it. Well. So what can we off you in the way of pleasant we just what you always give us some relaxation the first thing. I want a good night's sleep. Oh well, this is the place to get it. Come on drink this out. You still around with your target pistols..
"vegetating" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Neither an endorsement of the products offered or the ideas expressed. Wooo are on w A x Q HD to New York. You in the loop about where we are on what's next with the Corona virus. Riis and cloudy. A two o'clock good afternoon. I'm David Folk Thomas. There are reportedly still more than 30,000 New Yorkers without power. Thanks to Tropical Storm Zaius, 18,000 of them in Queens. This morning, the city's emergency management agency announcing Con Edison hopes to restore 95% of those without power. By 11 PM tomorrow night. Meanwhile, some 100,000 people on Long Island are still without power. But P s E g officials, saying nearly all of their customers will be restored by the end of day Sunday. Folks in New Jersey aren't faring any better. Jersey Central Power and Light is defending their response after over 70% of customers losing power during the storm. James Flipping, has the details. By midday Friday, some 72 hours after tropical storm he saw Diaz had swept through J. C P en El Presidente Jim Faecal, saying 70% of customers had been restored, with the rest expected to slowly took on from there as the weekend continues. J c P L is in a very heavily vegetated area. I mean, if you look at kind of the tree map of the state of New Jersey We're in the middle of it, and we have a lot of tree damage. He went on to defend.
"vegetating" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In a very heavily vegetated area. I mean, if you look at kind of the tree map of the state of New Jersey We're in the middle of it, and we have a lot of tree damage. He went on to defend steps taken to cut down problematic trees ahead of time, indicating J. C P and L's double their investment in the area. James Flippen. W O R NEWS. Some 40 million unemployed Americans are no longer getting stimulus relief after their benefits expired last week. And now President Trump says he's prepared to take executive action to extend those benefits after meetings with Democratic leaders ended yesterday without a deal, Trump telling reporters he thinks he'll probably get sued for taking the action. Well, you always get sued. I mean everything you do you get sued. I was sued on the travel ban. And we want it was soon a lot of things and we weren't so well see, Probably. We get sued, but people feel that we condemn. Trump says he plans to extend unemployment benefits and defer the payroll tax till the end of the year. Student loans would be put on hold as well. And renters will be given more time to avoid eviction. Extend the eviction moratorium. We will be extending that So people aren't evicted, not their fault. The White House has scheduled a news conference for 3 30 today to discuss the executive action. Residents on the Upper West Side are concerned about their safety after the city converted some hotels into temporary homeless shelters, a show, Kabbalah explains between the hotel Bel Claire, the Bell Nord and the looser and there are about 600 homeless being sheltered in hotels amid the Corona virus pandemic neighborhood. Residents say their safety and well being is compromised. Sailing reasons and an online petition. They say the inhabitants include numerous sex offenders and active drug users and their families and the elderly are being placed in harm's way. The New York Post published mug shots of six of the convicted sex offenders detail ing their crimes..
"vegetating" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Vegetated area. I mean, if you look at kind of the tree map of the state of New Jersey we're in the middle of it, and we have a lot of tree damage. He went on to defend steps taken to cut down problematic trees ahead of time. Indicating J. C P and L's double their investment in the area. James Flippen w O R News the NYPD. He is hunting for a man behind several taxi robberies throughout Brooklyn, Paul to Castro reports. According to police. There were seven incidents between July 28th in August 5th The robberies took place in flatlands, Coney Island, East, New York and Brownsville. There is video from an incident that shows the suspect pointing a gun at the driver and demanding money. In each case, the suspect runs off after the drivers give him cash. None of the victims were injured. As a result of the robberies, Paul the Castro Wooo are news. Residents on the upper West side are concerned about their safety after the city converted some hotels into temporary homeless shelters. Ah show Bhalla has more between the hotel Bel clear the bell Nord and the looser and there are about 600 homeless being sheltered in hotels amid the Corona virus pandemic neighborhood. Residents say their safety and well being is compromised detail, ing reasons and an online petition. They say The inhabitants include numerous sex offenders and active drug users and that families and the elderly are Being placed in harm's way. The New York Post published mug shots of six of the convicted sex offenders detail ing their crimes, a show Kabbalah W R News, Underscoring the safety concerns of 40 year old woman was randomly stabbed in the back at the 72nd Street and Broadway subway station while buying a metro card that was at noon on Thursday, and a 56 year old man was sucker punched by a stranger while dining outdoors at an Italian restaurant. On 75th Street and Columbus Avenue in sports. The Yankees look to bounce back against the Tampa Bay Rays today after dropping last night's game one to nothing. The teams will play a double header in Tampa, with both games scheduled the last seven innings as part of MLB altered rules for covert 19. The first game is scheduled to start at 2:10 p.m. And the Mets host the Miami Marlins at Citi Field tonight at seven. The Amazing is dropping last night's game 4 to 3 to Miami. The Marlins, despite at least 18 players, having tested positive for the virus since the season began, have won six straight games and R.
The Unfortunate Casualties of an Anti-Biotech Attack
"Today is a really special podcast is an amazing guests that we have that takes us back to the time when the tenor towards genetic engineering was very different back around the turn of the Millennium I. Guess is the turn of the century two two. It was a little bit different field before the Internet really took over the defamation of scientists and career assassination, and those opposed to technology took on other means to solve their problems. At least to. Agitate and we'll talk about that today in an event from two thousand and one and we'll talk more about that in a second speaking with doctor, Toby Bradshaw A. He's a professor emeritus in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington and thank you for joining me today. I really appreciate you being toby. It's a pleasure to be here. Yeah this is really an interesting point in history and I remember when this happened. And in a kind of kind of fell into the background a little bit, but let's set the stage if we go back to two thousand and one. What kind of work were you doing in Merrill Hall at the University of Washington. Since the mid nineteen nineties, I have been working on the genetic adaptation and growth in hybrid poplars. They're fast growing tree. News all around the world, but heavily in the Pacific northwest up to produce. Hebrew products primarily so I was involved with. The early molecular genetics research, including M Gino Mapping. And ultimately identifying traits that were responsible for faster growth, which I had a basic interest in, but which of course the temp companies had a commercial innocent. And where you're working with genetic engineering, or were you really just dealing with hybrids myself? I was only producing hybrid poplars through traditional cross pollination methods that have been used for centuries in in poplars around the world I was also collaborating with Steve Strauss. At Oregon State University on some preliminary work to genetically engineered trees, four different growth form to produce more would in a smaller land area, but I myself had never still have never a genetically engineered a tree. And really the facility that you were working at. It isn't on the campus, right? It's it's the center for Urban Culture and what are the kinds of things that were being done there well. It is technically on the UW. Campuses at the very periphery separated from the main campus by the Union Bay Natural Area A place for I enjoyed bird every day on my walk to work, so that was a nice interlude. Of every day, but the other kinds of work that we're going on at the Center for Urban Horticulture included a restoration ecology primarily for wetland restoration, understanding a plant succession after the eruption of Mount Saint Helen's in nineteen eighty was conservation work for rare plants, going on so rare plants in Washington be propagated for reintroduction into the wild, and that was a particular focus of my colleague I'm single ride card who you will hear more about later and the graduate students in Undergrad who doing their own research, their work on a wide range of topics, including for example how to? Have, urban gardens produce more food for people who otherwise might not be able to afford a fresh vegetables, so it was. A typical horticulture center I, think it most universities where there was a mix of basic research applied research in outreach up to the public in the form of extension. And, so it doesn't sound like this was the you know the the center of the universe of Monsanto or something I mean this sounds like a really practical extension oriented center that had significant roles in community, and and and even just in the regional agriculture's that's. Is that more what it was about yes? Oh, the University of Washington is not a land grant university. It's not an agricultural school. School, in the focus at the UW has always been a basic research and the center. For urban horticulture included in its mission, some applied research and quite a bit of extension and outreach up to the public, so in that way it was different from much of the rest of campus in its mission, but by no means is the University of Washington on any kind of center for plant biotechnology now. It isn't now. Yeah. Good basic biology know basic science and a lot of really good plant people there, but it's Can you give me a little bit of sense? Outside the University of like two, thousand, zero, two, thousand and one, what was the environment like a genetic engineering in your perspective and in your area of the country? What was really happening? Then in that environment, it was an interesting time. The first genetically engineered crops that were planted on a wide scale, had only been in production for less than a decade, so as a relatively new technology on the commercial sector, perceiving though scientists and people who keep up with science for familiar with the progress of genetic engineering. How it was eventually applied in agriculture, get caught a lot of the general public by surprise, and as everyone who's familiar with plant biotechnology knows that can sometimes lead to misunderstandings. And worse at the the first inkling that I had that anyone might be opposed to the kinds of research that I was doing was just a couple of years before in nineteen, ninety nine, when Seattle hosted the World Trade Organization meetings and I had some of my. Poplars. That were growing in pots out in the back forty behind the. Urban Horticulture. Cut Down by vandals during those WTO protests mean. As often happened to these kinds of things at my mind. The damage done to my plants was fairly minimal. Because these are poplars. Cut Him off. They just re grow the we. That's how we actually propagate them through cutting, so it had zero effect on me, but at the same time they went through and cut down all of the older seedlings that a colleague of mine was growing for re, vegetating streamsides in Alder. Don't re sprout after being cut-backs. Again it was one of these ready fire. Aim moments for an activist who really didn't understand. Even the species of trees that they were looking at i. mean did a lot more damage to someone else's research than to mind we might. Research was essentially funded by the wall critics,
"vegetating" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler
"You can get it at ally. Resource Guide Dot. Com I just started it. And if any of you want to do it alongside me, come on, let's do it. Together I'd be happy to have some accountability, but he's there. I just posted on Instagram when I started on June twenty second, so you can leave a comment on that post of mine from June twenty second. If you choose to do it as well, it'd be cool. and. I would like to share with you that you've likely heard before, but I've always seen it as sort of a roadmap for maximizing the human experience, especially because it lends to the curiosity of travel, which I of course have always been drawn to. you may recognize this. Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts, broad wholesome charitable views of men, and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the Earth All one's lifetime. That is of course mark. Twain so my people. My friends I believe that. If you're here with me in the travel arena, we're on the right track. Let's stay curious. Let's keep travelling even figuratively in our own country right now. Let's keep learning. Let's keep opening our minds and our hearts to other people and cultures. Let's listen to their stories. Let's put our money where it makes a positive impact. Let's be responsible travelers both abroad and at home. Let's just do our best to be responsible. Humans Hey. also I'd like to add. I hope that through all of this. The you are taking care of yourself. This is a hard time. There's a lot of heaviness in the world just in general, and then we each have our personal lives with struggles on top of that, which means I think we need to exercise compassion big time right now as much as we can towards others, and also we need to be gentle with ourselves, because our best efforts are best love our best energy, our most sincere compassion come from being our best selves, so I truly hope that throughout this entire crazy rollercoaster season that you are okay and that you are prioritizing taking care of yourself right now. And I WANNA say thank you for being here. For listening for letting me speak to you for hanging out with me today I appreciate the opportunity to be in your ears. says. This is sort of an altogether strange time to have a travel podcast I decided to take today to listen to you and what you want to hear..
Spotify continues to gain on Apple: even in California
"The latest from our news at Pod News Dot net spotify is continuing to increase. Its hold on casting. In February spotify was more popular than apple podcasts. In Apple's home state of California that's according to new data from Fox Nest. Spotify is also continuing to shake apple in many countries including Ireland and Australia. According to the data and if you're interested based on global listeners and devices over the last sixty days pot news podcast. That's this you're listening to right. Now is fifty four percents apple. Forty six percents spotify says close. Pederson Research. Npr have released their smart audio report. Showing how smart speak is being used. Podcast get mentioned in the report by name that typically not listen to on spont- speakers to the data does show an increase in people who want the news from their smart speaker particularly over recent weeks forecast equipment manufacturer road have announced. The return of my road cast and annual podcasting competition. We're not one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of broadcasting gear. You've got until mid June to enter. It looks like the Apple. Go slow issue that we reported on earlier. This week has been fixed. Apples second quarter results show a revenue increase in one percent year on year. In spite of the Corona Virus facebook announced it allows us to charge for facebook live events in future meanwhile digitally reports that facebook is a really cheap place to advertise right now. The media is called himself. The largest podcast network focused on strong female voices. Audiences has announced eight million dollars in funding from an investment company called magnet companies. And Are you a podcast? Editor Trades? Tanna Campbell says the podcast that is will need to grow in scope to something. He calls accountability as a service. Your value cannot be in guessing a task done. He says it has to be more than that. Changing Times means changing consumption. We linked to to people today. Who are working a bit differently. Josh Schwartz a podcast producer at wbz Wa highlights has changed working which appears to include sitting in a car near Ski Club Offers Free Internet. We've all done it and the BBC explains how things are working in broadcasting house in London. If you've ever done work with the BBC you won't be astonished that. Yes it does involve vegetate brilliant. Edison research says in a peek into their podcast consumer tracker during a recent results Web. In Our podcast listening is holding steady at about six and a half hours a week. Though news podcasts have had a significant increase in the past. Few months. Mcgowan A. I have a fancy new logo and also a free report into how corona virus has impacted podcast. Advertising changes in advertising spots had been minimal. The company says noting significance decline in the last week of March before jumping up again in April. Nielsen says that kids and teens are watching a lot more. Tv and streaming video and in the UK the Evening Standard the Telegraph and Lord of all of all pivoted to Corona Virus. Podcasts apiece in what's new publishing highlights. What they did at how they did it. And Infocomm Snooze Dream job. Ready is Nathan Dane Sharp Marketing Digital and communications expert. The POLKA seeks to help excite expire and ready the next generation of young professionals to get their dream job and it turns out that presidential races in the past where justice mad as the one we currently in. Nixon planted evidence. The first woman who ran for president in one thousand nine hundred seventy two did even before women could vote long. Shots launched yesterday with eight episodes focusing on eight candidates who've shapes where we are today and our amount overflowing apologies. If we're slow to respond. We hope to get through email over the weekend. If you've got any hints and tips on how to deal with email. Please tell us. Probably you know editor at news. Dot Net homeschooling hard. It turns out and plenty more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe potentates dot
Entrepreneurs of intolerance compound COVID-19 racist backlash
"I'm Matt Wells and for this special edition of our lives on podcast from you a news. My colleague from our Chinese service see when Sheehan temporarily based back home while Cova nineteen disrupts every aspect of our lives has been talking to these special reporter about how hidden. Prejudices have been exploited by nationalist politicians and others she describes as entrepreneurs of intolerance to create a frightening new social and political dimension to this pandemic suen spoke to Yale educated Professor Tschumi who was appointed by the Human Rights Council to her key job in November. Two thousand seventeen. In mid April as they su-nam even had rippled from Wuhan to Europe then striking the US with New York City home to UN headquarters the epicenter of the world's worst pandemic in a century Sutton nationalities ethnicities have become targets of racism and xenophobia tax. Maybe my question would be. Why did this happen precisely at the time when we should unite? You're right to say that it's counter intuitive that at a time when there is so much risk and uncertainty that they were also algorithm of certain groups and what seems like increases in intolerant and vegetate. But I think it has to do with the fact that in emergency situations like these underlying problems that exist I just exacerbated. Many of these groups are groups that already subject to latent intolerance and xenophobia and prejudice take the example of Asian Americans will people who are perceived to be of Asian descent in the US. Right now have been subject to xenophobic racist attacks in the wake of cove. Nineteen you can think about say Africans who are being subject to various measures in China right now also in response to the covert nineteen pandemic you can think about Roma who have been targeted in different European countries from being accused of spreading the virus and being subject to extreme measures. Benny members of those groups can tell you the long history of Racial Discrimination Xenophobia even prior to there being a pandemic groups that in general of vulnerable to racism xenophobia. So I would say we should understand these attacks. As naming Bay in many places prejudices and biases that are often latent and in this pan-demic they become even more pronounced and that combined with the fact that you actually have actors as you might think of as entrepreneurs of intolerance certain actors whether the politicians whether they media outlets actually took prophet and to exacerbate into enflame intolerance jumping into the fray and ham referring to political leaders who've been willing to come out the knicks statements that are explicitly implicitly phobic in my statement that you reference. I speak to this example here in the west of the president who keeps Lee referred to the virus as China virus. And you see this happening in different parts of the world as well this kind of statement at high levels of political office if you ask me. Signals in acceptability of stigmatization of specific regions of specific groups of people who come from those regions presumably these narratives actions are very harmful absolutely individuals. On the group's fourth subject racism and xenophobia because they all particularly mysterious. Akina race of the national origin. And sometimes it's because they presumed to be the of examples of Vietnamese people who being attacked and they are attacked sharing to them as Chinese. We're seeing examples in the US of bubble attacks of bushel stigmatization. So when you're walking down the street and let's say you are perceived to be of Asian descent people yes the social distancing but this also goes Glasgow and the kind of wide that speaks to something racial is taking place. There's been examples of spitting and then there's also just physical violence people who are being beaten up because they are presumed to be of Ns necessity or racial designation that is associated with having spread disease which we know this is not Hollywood. It's not salutes are more prone to the virus but this is what's happening in Europe. You have examples of people being denied access to goods and services and some of the examples that I've been looking at which published in the European Union's on the Mental Rights Agency. They just had a report out on cove. Nineteen and there's a section in the other talks about discrimination that talks about people of Asian descent to perceive to be of Asian descent. Being refused the right to rent an apartment people being refused access to healthcare. These are just examples. I'm not saying this is everywhere. Near these examples to highlight in the report they will talk about people at agent descend being denied access to best rants access to schools. This is before. Some of the measures were implemented and then in China Africans fleeing victims from their residents in long show people having multiple seized denial of access to restaurants so those are examples of the kinds of Homs that individuals in groups are experiencing also want to highlight the mental and emotional costs and the IAEA that these groups have to carry as a result of these attacks.
Brexit: What does proroguing parliament mean?
"Now the history of proroguing parliament goes all the way back to the fifteenth century. Essentially it's the act of suspending the parliament allowing the monarch to introduce a new session but the ancient practice is freshly controversial after Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson convinced the queen to Baroque parliament just weeks before what could be a cataclysmic explicit with the European Union this week a Scottish court ruled the move unlawful suggesting Mr Johnson lied to the Queen to get her to approve the move he he denies that for British parliamentary historians there are new pages being written as a European correspondent Bridget Brennan found out the lights have gone off waist minster at a time in the United Kingdom's history law authorized by Her Majesty's Commission to Declare Her Royal Center Apiece Week Black Rod ended the House of Commons to Perot AG- parliament to the cries of no for main pays wanted disdain the states this is pain one of the most dramatic wayside covered at Westminster and in the middle of breaks. Is that saying something if it were to be the case that the government had misled is let the Queen about the reasons for suspending parliament and the motives for right that would be a very serious matter indeed my view then being the moment for Mister Johnson awesome to resign. We've been going on in this parliament nine for longer than any time. Since the civil war we need a queen speech. Look the whole thing's a mess now for every moment. Parliament argument remains prorogued. The British government are breaking the law. He's the pot where I'd meet. I had no idea what it meant to Perot Parliament before these last few weeks. I've have come to meet someone who does have an in depth understanding of the procedure and the wine which it's been used over the centuries and always interested in politics and less so in in parliament. I don't think people in the tend to pay necessarily huge amounts of attention to the kind of every details of what happens in parliament but I I stayed academia for a while I was historian and then I ended up leaving academia. I wanted to be in a think tank came here. Toy of gene ended up working on parliament just just about the time that parliament became the big story in British politics yeah parliament's Bain days story this week because nope for what what's happening but for what's not happening coming because it's essentially a shutdown explained for us. We'll happened in what's been the reaction so Monday of this week. Parliament was paroled and that's basically a fancy term mm for saying that it's been temporarily suspended between the end of one session of parliament and the beginning of a new session of parliament and that's due to happen on the fourteenth of October Ebba but this is obviously been hugely controversial here. Perturbation is entirely routine. It happens at the end of every session of parliament so in itself. It's not controversial measure but the fact that parliament is being prayed for so long for five weeks which is very unusual in terms of ext link on the fact that this is happening at a time where a brexit headline is leaving has been hugely. He key controversial. This is an exciting week for Dr Alice Lee. She's a senior near researcher from the Institute for Government A- parliamentary GEIC and historian so we've seen people out in the streets would normally be keeping an eye on parliament but it seems sort of sparked real fury papal to say maybe we don't watch him curious every week. We really want the parliament to be. I've been at such a crucial time. I mean was to be expected that people were going to be really affronted by this. I think it was to some extent be expected there were rumors earlier this summer that parliament might be perused correct actually over the thirty first of October said the date on which Britain's going to leave the EU deal or no deal on that certainly sparked a lot of public anger now. That's not quite what's happened. Parliament will still have time between when it comes back on the thirty first of October. MP's have already pasta law that will make it essentially impossible. I leave on the thirty first with no deal unless they've agreed to it but I think it really has sparked quite a significant level of anger and it's put a really big focus actually onto what parliament does so we've seen that the viewing figures for live parliaments during the last couple of weeks of being absolutely eighty three fist. It's like the new box. Full can't get enough of series. One and took brexit went so good and Alor into series three and there's lots of twists and turns so what is the Queen's role in all of this because there have been some comments on that this week after a pretty significant decision from the Scottish court that's right the Scottish court obsession ruled that the probation happened no Monday was unlawful and essentially they found that the advice that the government gave to the Queen when they all step to Peru parliament they did nothing not advice was essentially accurate they th the reason that the government was giving our Gatien which is they wanted to have a queen's speech and invalid big new legislative agenda. They did not think that was the real reason and they wanted to try to limit parliament's role discreet nice government so the Queen is the person who provokes parliament ultimately but it's really important to remember that she only does that on the advice of her government and big convention invention for the Queen's role in all of these things is that the queen is always supposed to be kept out of politics because obviously she does not want to be put in a situation where she as potentially making political judgments but the idea that the the advice that might have been offered to the queen was in some way misleading is obviously a bad looking at raises a lot of significant questions. My government's vegetated program. We'll continue to long-term in recent history has definitely definitely been a couple of decades governments of being accused of using their power to provoke parliament for slightly political controversial purposes so back in nineteen ninety seven John Major when he was Minnesota. Keep roaring parliament just before it was actually about to be dissolved before an election anyway and that it was alleged by many to be so that he could delay the publication of a fairly damning report into a big scandal and then back in nineteen forty eight Clement Atlee the Labor Prime Minister he worked parliament in order to essentially circumvent lords opposition to a piece of legislation that he was trying to pass but certainly the length of this probation is something that we've not seen since at least nineteen forty-five prorogation was first introduced in the fifteenth century when a monarch could dismiss parliament they wished and to look at the longest spell ordered by King or Queen. You have to go back to sixteen twenty nine so the very very longest example is actually if you go back several hundred years when we sort of had the big showdown between parliament and the monarchy under Charles I Charles I essentially suspended parliament for very very long time and ultimately it was that big showdown that the English civil war but certainly in modern history. It's something that's been far far less. Controversial used Prichard Brennan that historical update from
Uganda, World Health Organization And Congo discussed on Morning Edition
"The World Health Organization is calling an urgent meeting tomorrow. It's in response to the spread of Ebola from Democratic Republic of the Congo to Uganda. With virus has claimed its first two victims NPR's Fabien, Quist arcton has more Uganda's health ministry says a five year old boy, and now his grandmother have died from Bala. They traveled to Uganda from eastern Congo with other family members Uganda's, health minister Jane Ruth, Jiang, says they've long been on the alert for cross-border Bala cases hopping in the country is not come in vegetate night, Muslim footing. Hundred people have died of bona in combo ten months into the outbreak of the virus, which has now crossed into
"vegetating" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Listen, I'm not patting me vegetate you help the guy. It's just sure I just did it. Because that's what you're doing. You don't like look around for permission, he was fine, by the way, don't worry about it, too story. It's you don't walk away all the guy fell. Hey, y'all you go, and how that is an act of missing malfeasance. But that's not what the government. That's not that the government doesn't help the guy and walks away. It's that when the older gentleman who Falls Church is to get up the government walks over with a PR twenty four nights thick and me capsule. They take them out here. You're not allowed to get up, which is an example of malfeasance government spending, bankrupts, people, it incentivizes people to not work. It takes away from people who work hard and gives too many people who just don't want to. It engages them in a lie. Oh, don't worry. We took care of your retirement social security. Really, you have money. Now, we don't have any money. Well, I gave you my money. Yeah. Yeah. We spent that I thought you just said he took care of us. Yeah. We were lying about that. That's not, not helping that stealing. Medicare, we've got you covered. You do because cop dob hospitals and doctors aren't taking new Medicare patients, 'cause there's no money and reimbursements. Hello. We were in the ruler. And we said, we had you covered yet. But you took my money. Yeah. We spent that too. They kneecapped you a lot of you don't understand. I get I get a lot of emails, still about social security, where people insist you paid in you, did I am not suggesting your benefits should be taken away. You got hurt. The government hurt you. I've never said that on the show. It doesn't matter how many times I say, and I'll get one hundred emails either way. It doesn't stop me for speaking the truth. That's fine. I put my Email out there for a reason. I know you paid in, and I'm not suggesting that because our government failed that we should abandon you at priority should be to salvage the deal we made with you, but for people who are fifty five and younger, there's no deal because there's not gonna be any money. But you paid into a lot of programs you paid into unemployment insurance. You never use that a lot of you, you paid into a lot of things where the government took your money and gave it to someone else. I don't understand why you think the government saw your social security money as any different but I paid in I get it. They spent the money. There's no money. It's a lie. I know I got off on a tangent here. But what I'm trying to suggest to you is that the government is lied to you. We have a very limited role in the constitution for government that should be financed by taxes, and I don't blame you one bit Hollywood for not wanting to pay a dollar more. I don't blame you problem with this, and this story is your hypocrites, you want everybody else to pay higher taxes while you actively lobby to pay lower taxes yourself, you're using your influence with sag and your unions. The Screen Actors Guild to push for a tax break for you that benefits, you and your members while telling every other American vote for Bernie Sanders and people that are going to raise your taxes..
"I remember getting to Karachi and Sunday. Everything changing the tension was lifted like literal weight was lifted. Often asked to how did we survive? Why did we survive because the train the previous train which will booked on from Delhi to Karachi and my mother just insisted? She said, no, I'm not taking the train. I need to buy some food for the journey, and lintels or whatever. And my father argued with he said, we've been not be able to get any place on the next train is critical leave. And she insisted and then he agreed and on, he would say this was a woman's into Shen being complement to our mother hand. What she did was she literally saved us because that entire train, all the passengers would then kill the slotted. I was fall and that literally my first memory and it left to deep impression on me as to why there would be so much hatred in people that they would want to both my bed nets and the siblings and myself. I've been back to its subsequently over the is one of my earliest essays at been home school. I was at boarding school. And I remember writing an essay, I must have been in the junior Cambridge, which is the equivalent of high school. It had description of a train compartment. And I described it as, as a cost Guetta death. Gos- Catta, a cylinder debt and the teacher, one of the fathers mocking the S his hit this avai striking image at vegetated from and I wasn't sure guy just used it in Ovid's stayed in my mind and then over the as I am constantly having a sort of dream. Not really nightmares but dreams of being a train, and there's another train moving at great speed and bosses me by my whole family in that train, and I feel help us, I feel my arms and ex-con to move have a cell phone, which doesn't work, but the message of the, the dream is that the other train just speeds by and I'm then stranded on my own without any communication with the entire world. And survey lonely feeling. It's only now in hindsight. Look back, and I feel like God, that is the experience. I lived through the same experience that I had my Hindu colleague, had inverse, which means her family was escaping from Pakistan to India and the same same sort of tension. Same sort of problems logistics, how you get out what you take with you. Who do you trust all the same issues she faced? And she was also a young girl than men. I was doing my piece in, in London at soya's I met her and at that time, a handmade very many Indians, and when we became friends, we began to swap stories and joke about each other's cultures. And, and she said, you know, that we were told it if you ever see a snake and the Muslim, you actually kill the Muslim, I because the Muslim is more dangerous more venomous than the snake an ice mileage. She said, why he's smiling as I said, I've heard exactly the same story except in my story to seek. The Hindu whatever and we both smiling, realize it. I experienced were like a a when when human relations break down to that level. These stories assume a far greater importance of their magnified inflated, and they in a sense, personify the behavior of the other, and that is very dangerous. It's interesting, you say that because I'm Pakistani, I grew up in Karachi, and I moved here. When I was twelve and I have never had negative experiences with Indian people are Hindu people, but I do feel somewhere deep down like this, this bias, it's so bizarre. You know, like I am so surprised as 'cause my partner is Jewish like, I'm very accepting and living that lack of hatred in my life in a lot of ways. But at the same time at like, I have this thing even though you live through this, like really time you didn't. You didn't feel that be ideas ahead the images. I had from the discussions, so my claws fellows from the people, I met about inducing, six vague negative. So I had to overcome that. In fact, wonder stand who these people were widely hated us why we hit to them, and that is when I met by Indian print, many as later in London, where really began to understand these people very much. Like us and in a sense experienced exactly as what we had experienced. So when I became adult and understood some of these different permutations and combinations of human relations, I began to get very involved in what's called interfaith understanding interfaith dialogue. And I began to ask questions and began say the people I meet a friend EBay, normally just like us. They just like me. So what keeps them away from me is my lack of understanding? I own prejudice on my own. Ignorance
"vegetating" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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Is a Vegetarian Diet Bad for Your Brain?
"This week's podcast topic was suggested by be who wrote can you comment on research showing that creating supplements can improve cognitive function in vegetarians. Do I need to worry about my vegan, diet hurting, my brain? Now, if you've heard anything about creating. You've probably heard about it in the context of enhancing athletic performance. My colleague, Brooke Armstrong recently devoted an episode of the get fit guy podcast to the potential uses of creating to build muscle, but creatine has also been investigated as a potential know tropic, a know tropic is a substance that enhances brain function or cognition Chritine is a non essential amino acid, and that means that our bodies have the ability to manufacture it from other amino acids, but we can also get creating from our diets and the primary sources are meat poultry and fish, so not surprisingly vegetarians and vegans have lower levels of creating in their blood and their muscle tissue than meters. So if creatine is important for brain functioning and vegetarians have lower creating levels could vegetarian or vegan diet have a negative impact on cognitive function? I don't think so. Observational data suggests that lifelong vegetarians and vegans actually have a lower risk of dementia than meat eaters. Now, this may not have to directly with the amount of animal products. They do or don't consume it could do to a higher intake of vegetables or leggings, for example, or it could have to do with the fact that vegetarians are statistically more likely to exercise and less likely to smoke or any number of other lifestyle factors. That's the difficulty with observational data it's impossible to prove causing effect nonetheless. There's little evidence to suggest that a vegetarian or vegan diet impairs brain function or that it increases the risk of cognitive decline. But since Detari do have lower creating levels. Would there be any benefit for them to taking creatine supplements? One study compared the effects of creating supplementation on healthy young women who were either vegetate. Rian or meat eaters. Now, this was a very short study at lasted just five days and the subjects took twenty grams of creating per day or they took a placebo. Now, the good news is that the omnivores and the vegetarians performed about the same on the initial tests which again suggests that vegetarian diet was not negatively affecting their brain function. The bad news, perhaps is that the supplement didn't seem to do a whole lot for either group another smaller but longer study that involved only vegetarians found that five grams of creatine her day for six weeks lead to some improvements in performance on standardized tests of cognitive function. And again, these were healthy young subjects they were testing things like reaction time short term recall and vigilance now it's not really clear that the improvements that were measured by the scientists would be significant enough to translate into any meaningful impact on daily. Life such as making them safer drivers or helping them remember their gym locker combination at this point. It's still unclear whether taking creatine supplement would produce any meaningful benefits for vegetarians, but these were healthy young subjects
Would you eat lab-grown meat? (The 3:59, Ep. 536)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Rueben Joni Sussman it's called clean meat or cultured me scientists can take a collection of cells from an animal without harming it. Feed. Those cells nutrients and grow them into lab grown, meat Lexus. Evita's has a great video about her. Visit to a company called just that's developing lab-grown, chicken and beef. So Joan your vegetate Erion. I'm sorry for forcing you to like be Representative of vegetarians everywhere token vegetarian. Thank you very much for doing that would vegetarians eat something like this. I feel like it's supposed to be marketed for vegetarians. Do they do they want this product unless you're how Justice marketing it, and I don't even know if it's to market. I don't think it's tomorrow. But. I think the I would assume the idea is not just a market vegetarians. I think probably the ideas to market to all consumers of meat and non people that don't eat me. Like, I think in from a vegetarian perspective, I think whether or not you would be okay, eating a lab grown meat that is legitimate chicken. Or beef protein depends on why you became vegetarian the first place, you became vegetarian the first place for like a like, I don't want animals to be killed for my meat reason than it. Theoretically would be fine. If you stopped eating meat because you're like, I don't like the idea of any animal protein entering my body, then you wouldn't. So I think comes down to that. But I do think that probably they don't wanna just reach the small niche market of vegetarians. Yeah. Right. But the second part that you mentioned, so my my wife was vegetarian for a very long time until should be pregnant with twins and had to start eating protein to make sure she had to start eating fish and chicken to make sure she was gonna protean. Yeah. And she doesn't like the texture of chicken. Yeah. So if I mentioned this to her, I don't think she would like it. You know, it doesn't matter. Whether it was from like, a chicken that you killed or whether it was from a chicken grown in a lab, right? You know, this kind of like, I don't know. I think it's fascinating. I think it's a really interesting concept. What are the other elements that is definitely interesting to discuss as far as the environmental impact. So there are people became vegetarian also because they're concerned about the environment. They they see that, you know, creating a pound of beef is also very taxing on the environment as being somebody who just plant based products. Right. So I think that maybe the bigger Mark. That they would be going for is people who eat meat already, but are feeling guilty about it because it doesn't. So this kind of meet a it doesn't actually involve killing an animal. So you can eat your meat without having to kill cute little chicken. But it also doesn't involve the UN says that thirty percent of the planet's land surface is used for livestock agriculture an eighteen percent of climate change emissions of carbon dioxide emissions. Believe are from the same thing. So actual meat from where you kill the chicken and kill the cow. That's really really bad for the environment. In a lotta ways. So I would imagine just going for people since it's a bigger market people that eat meat, but maybe would like to do it in a way that doesn't hurt the planet as much doesn't hurt the animals as much. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely interesting. When jump to the next topic next up apple announced yet another product update this week after the ipad announcement yesterday. Revamped the guts in its twenty one point five inch and twenty seven inch. I'm axe though. They look the same as prior models. Both us ops got new Intel processors and radio on graphics cards. It's interesting that they're just coming out with these as like these very simple quick incremental announcements because it seems pretty clear that they're moving more towards services as the next great thing to kind of save Apple's business because the iphone isn't doing as well as had been doing in previous years, right? Yeah. So they've they've had a stated initiative that they're going to try to get their services to twenty percent of revenue by the end of Tony twenty and to do that that means that they're going to have to launch more services. But so we do have the event coming up next week where it's expected to be services heavy events next Monday. And so what we're seeing this week? I think is apple kind of clearing the deck of all these other incremental improvements and news announcements that have to do with Pat and have to do with MAC and give people really good impression that like, hey, you're almost definitely not gonna get any product. You're not getting hardware next week are very possible. Look air pods to. We'll see. Yeah. Right away last right. Chris has a really great explainer out today about Amazon's recognition facial recognition software what it's used for. Why it's controversial? So definitely check that out either way. If you want to read more about these stories, check them out on CNN. I'm Ben FOX Rueben Joni saw thanks for listening.
Students Skip School Across Europe to Demand Climate Action
"Students in the UK are demanding that their government declare a climate emergency. Secondary school students marching in Manchester England today, they're part of a growing movement students from around the world walking out of school to demand much stronger action on climate change, thousands of young people also gathered in parliament square in London and in Liverpool. Eighteen year old Abby super Manian organiz his school student walkout. Honestly, the turnout was even greater than we expected. We only really started organizing liberal about three days ago, and obviously it's very difficult to go to essentially schools and say walk lessons. Disobey literally everything you patterns in teachers are saying because this is what is like when Houghton and we've had a absolutely fantastic reception here in the UK. Thousands of kids out across the country. And what did you do this? Why did you organize? So this whole movement started with a fifteen year old girl in Sweden. Tonsberg who basically went on strike from school and sat outside the speech parliament, and since then she's gone on to speak at the United Nations, and she's gone on to speak at the World Economic Forum in Davos where she addresses the assembled leaders in industry leaders adults. Keep saying we owe it to the young people to give them hope. But I don't want your health. I don't want you to be hopeful. I want you to panic. I wanted to feel the fair I feel every day. And then I want you to act. I wanted to act as if the house was on fire. Because it is. So that's really what brought me into this. I've been talking to loads of children around my city. I honestly big really energized and enthused by the glazing commitment, the amazing enthusiasm that so many children is under fire showing for that matter. And this issue was your school supportive your school in Liverpool. What I think we find the receptionist is that teachers pilot me really supportive of us, obviously, there's a bit of classroom management. But generally speaking, the feeling from teachers on the ground some students has been really positive. I think in fact next month on fifteen March they should be school scheduled. The United States to Abbas out. So yeah, I was gonna ask you. Are you connected to young climate change activists in the United States? So being lateral organisation has connections with international we've coordinating between international organizations. We're all colonizing separately. But under the same banner, and coordinating our strikes to be on same day much momentum lead us now. I don't know if you saw this, but Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing Street officers said it's really important for young people to engage on serious issues like climate change. But don't disrupt the class schedule as a result. What's your reaction to that statement? And that is that it's not like climate change issues recognize we don't know that they exist. Gather every couple of years to talk at climate change conference, right. The problem is the conference in the United Kingdom in the United States across the Westworld on taking concrete enough snaps in order to take action on these problems us having to start from school. We don't want to strike from. So we want to go to school. We want we want our educations. But as like mentioned what what's the point getting an education if we won't have a future. Thank you. The reason I know thank you. You really aren't doing enough. What difference will these protests today really make? I mean, do you see this as a rising wave that can change the world? Yes. I mean, I personally think that this is it is absolutely amazing to see hundreds of thousands of children across the world in succession educating themselves on the issues and going on to Mark measures. I think as we strike mounted it puts more pressure on world governments to take action to make concrete proposals. Because I think they're starting to realize that young people will be silence and won't be both off with any half-measures or goody two deals that they don't really enforce you mad at adults for not leading more firmly on this. Honestly, I am my generation is going to be the fascination in human history and then tie history of mankind. That will be poorer less vegetated and have a lowest standard of like every other banal parents which. Has never happened before in the entire history. The generation sliding before us has to the world. Such an extent that it's it's up to us to say that we will have live on in the
"vegetating" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"vegetating" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"vegetating" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"I got to talk to my wife and south phone caller, Mike, I solo the summit a blind. And then the phone cut out. Oh, so she didn't I own the worst phone call Faust ever. Gosh. So horrible, though, the worst would Ben. Yeah. Yeah. Second. Here's. What year was this one of this house eleven to the eleven. Okay. Have you timed anymore? The census since then. Yeah. Now that didn't deter you weren't now. Like, that's it. I'm done. No more now. But I mean, I definitely thought about that, you know, because I had a lot of PTSD from this. For crying in the shower for whatever reason her a D motivational talks, even now it it comes back gets motion all going through that filmed reenactments, they're looking to make a full movie on it agent as it's tough. But the most therapeutic thing I can do is hitting back in the mountains. What was the book into the void was in touching the void touching? The void. Another like crazy powerful experience where the guy had a fall broke his leg. Right. He was in the crevasse was hanging upside down the crevasse, nobody came to get him because good, right? So finally cut himself free, right? Have you ever met him? I have not been neat for you guys to meet up. Share stories. Joint podcasts cool. That's passing. So I can see how you post mix dress that so probably getting back on the mountain was your therapy or wait a one way you dealt with him. Yet that I was down in an article that same year November of that year summited up their highest peaks negative seventy on the summit. Vegetating sleeping on the moon in an and that is something I would love to do. Now does that is hard technical climbing on the seven some it would as its its highest Antarctica. Also, that's one of the Subba it's seven to some high summit each continent. Audit considering correct? Yeah. I mean, it's it's very doable. Like Denali carry a sledge something. I could do maybe we could do everything whence foothills. I'm going to think about I need new challenge. If he's entering here. I have not come on up take up. All right. I said that out loud. Bitney? I've done Whitney. I ran up Whitney a walk. Yeah. I ran up windy after drinking a six pack of beer and staying up all night. That's what we used to do back. Brought my twelve year old son up there. The whitney. Oh, rainier to not to the summit yet. I wanna take you up on that. I have figure out when we got Sola Mitchell. Our emails after this would be really cool just to you know, I would love to do. I wanna do something with someone who really knows what they're doing. And I have a connection with you as. The fact that you almost died, and you still do it tells me, you know. What do you? So you have an agent, you're speaking. Now, you got inspirational story like what do you consider to be your purpose? Not like what keeps you motivated besides climbing to get up every day. And yeah, it's a lot right? It's hard to pinpoint one thing. But to be able to impact others, I think this was a pivotal point in my life. I had a purpose as being a dad the husband everything else, which is all good. And I still balance all that out and still that adventure in my family. And you know, we're not big on devices and everything else and that'll set my kids apart in a good way. Right. But to be able to speak in front of major companies in Veon TV and everything else. And then have people can talk to me afterward. And no one's going to have a blind descend on ever sigh. Hope right. Yeah. But I served for some reason in maybe it's to help someone who's dealing with cancer. Some other some other financial their own version of the blind descent who. For you. Yeah. Good job. Thanks for doing that..
"vegetating" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast
"But what exactly are you doing there yet show celek, I mentioned, I'm looking at held is particular flora has responded in the past to climate change in Howitt's potentially going to respond in the future. So I have been running a failed experiment up in the true at fines zone in a particular vegetating community code the toll alpine hub. They would which is the particularly pretty one during the summer Lau season. I skate out into the Shalin fat country where I have forty nice little setup and I've seen running the pasta. Winter's snow, removal experiments, are basically removing all the snow off the vegetation throughout Winton. Spring and then going back during the growing season, which is now I'm actually heading down tomorrow to to start of being at growth responses. Whether there's been any freezing damage and looking at their freezing resistance, so yeah, basically what happens to a stray laying out point plants when they don't experience in snort, which though some nice modeling done through the SAS IRS a couple of years ago, looking at habby stray liens north is really going to take a hit with climate change. So a severe increase in the winter snore line. So Snarlin moving up the mountain animal served distant decrease in the depth of snow and earliest normal. So they is combined may net quints that have reliably headstone publisher say the pus ten thousand years of history. A now not going to experience that potentially a little window. Where plants will be exposed to not only Wilmot temperatures during the growing season. But also Mosa VA coda temperatures the lawyer that them tolerance range during the winter and spring. So that's what I'm looking at with the failed study on potently. I only have wafer-thin results on that because it can own going project. But so far looks like with saying increase Habib ary in some of the dominant Al climb daisies little so Macy, which is a snarky and that preferred forage of an introduced species the European hand, which quite common, basically the most Coleman vote above the trae line during winter. Yes. So pretty interesting edges loving. I would escape his science. Let me. Yeah. That's the first thing that really stood out to me is that you get to do the thing that kind of started at all four you as as a component of getting out to your field site. So well played on that. But some of what you talked about. I mean, if you have familiarity with mounting ecosystems, especially alpine vegetation what you said will ring true to a lot of people. But for those of us that aren't familiar with alpine literature in kind of the again, these sorts of major restrictions on growth in sort of limitations on what makes alpine vegetation healthy and thriving in able to persist.