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"bozeman" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

03:47 min | Last month

"bozeman" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Now here's your host Dr Cheryl Shire. Our guest. This evening is Reverend Andrew. Bozeman this is the first segment of two part discussion with Andrew in in the nineteen seventies. Andrew Bozeman Reverend, Andrew Bozeman, was an award winning advertising, copywriter and producer for such clients as McDonald's wiser beer and Coca Cola. In the one thousand nine hundred eighty S. he was introduced to PC's. taught himself programming and became a consultant in the nineteen ninety S, he became the project director of Technology Training for the city and county of San Francisco where he was responsible for overseeing the technology training for the city's thirty thousand employees now at age seventy, he looks forward with excitement to a new phase of high activity in his life. He was ordained as a minister in nineteen eighty two. In nine hundred ninety, he became a senior minister of the Church of Amazon in San Francisco a metaphysical ministry, which promoted the principle that all religions are true that practiced. When practiced in their purity. You left the church in two thousand one and retired from the city to take his ministry to the streets. He then founded the southeast. Sector Community Development Corporation. It's. S., CDC a nonprofit corporation in San. Francisco's Bayview hunters point where he is a community activists working on behalf of an economically depressed in environmentally exploited minorities, minority citizens and raising the awareness of new thought spiritual teachings. In two thousand nine, he founded Bozeman Development. Group A for Profit Company to augment his nonprofit and dedicated to merging spiritual empowerment with economic development. Bozeman Development Group is an African American. Publishing and multimedia production company dedicated to the spiritual psychological and economic allegation of more than forty million. African Americans living in United States of America. His objective is to create and market products designed to support African Americans in eliminating the negative effects of racism elevating self esteem generating entrepreneurial. Endeavors rebuilding African American communities, building and promoting African American. COMMERCIAL CENTERS TO REVITALIZE THE AFRICAN, American economy and improving their quality of life become Andrew. Thank you so much for coming in and being our guest. This afternoon and I've I've given your wonderful introduction and telling the viewers who you are and what you've been doing for Your Life Long Passion and purpose. And I think it was probably I'm guessing maybe ten plus years ago when I first met you through the through the signs of Mine Church I'm guessing. The welcome, two thousand one. I guess so yeah. But thank you for here and I'd I'd love you to share. Where you're from and and how you got here. Basically okay I'm originally from Chicago.

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NASCAR rallies around Bubba Wallace following noose incident, drivers push car to front of pack

Mason & Ireland

09:03 min | Last month

NASCAR rallies around Bubba Wallace following noose incident, drivers push car to front of pack

"NASCAR at Talladega. Alabama one of their most famous events and Bubba Wallace. Who is the only black driver? On the entire NASCAR circuit was getting ready for the race last night. It turned out to get postponed because of weather. They're running it today. And, there was a noose discovered in bubba Wallace's garage. And people are furious. The other drivers today in an incredibly emotional scene. Pushed bubble Wallace's. Out to the front of the line while he was in it. The other drivers. He put the car in neutral. The other drivers pushed his car to the front of the line, and then every crew member from every team, so all of the crew members all the drivers in a massive show of support for Wallace, simply walked behind him on the track. Walk behind the car. If you haven't seen it, it is really something to see. It's an extraordinary and makes it got me thinking. I can't believe that one man in this case bubble Wallace. is in what happened. Last night was obviously the worst. With the news, but one guy is moving the sport out of the Dark Ages. He's by himself. In the the shows were it reminded me, and I don't don't at me. Because I know, it was way worse for Jackie Robinson way worse at a time when this country was way more racist, but if you watch the movie forty two. You. Have this incredible feeling of empathy for Robinson because he was. The one black guy in a locker room, twenty four other white guys, so he was just taken the brunt of it like like people yelling inward word from the spans. And what you what you gather when you watch that movie and again I can't recommend it enough Harrison Ford Place Branch Rickey Chadwick Bozeman plays Jackie. Great movie. It's just really done. And and the one thing that that I noticed was there were guys that were against Robinson being on the team. And, they all got either traded or released. They just the dodgers looked at those guys, and said all right look. If you don't get it, we can't help you. You're gone. There was another manager on another team. May It was played by guy who was on your podcast once Alan Tutic. was just a racist manager. Screaming the N Word Jackie Robinson Wally was at the plate from the Dugout, and that guy got fired. It never worked in baseball again and the the feeling that came back to me today watching those drivers stand behind Wallace and push his car out to the middle of the track is this. Racial Injustice Vin around forever. We're not getting rid of it in two weeks. It's just not going to happen. All these racists are going to start coming out of the woodwork, but when they do the fact that all of the other drivers basically said you're not beaten us. You can't win this and the fact that the reaction to this is a massive man on including the FBI for. Use in the garage. Sure has ensued. And, so in all this hate in that as you put it terrible story last night, and Talladega I see some light at the end of the tunnel, because just like Robinson led baseball out of the Dark Ages. Maybe bubble Wallace is doing that for NASCAR. What do you think? Well, can we just say something here I mean. Can we just have a moment of actual honesty? This is about the south. Man. This is about the south I mean. Southerners will not let this go. They will not let go of their confederate flag, but they're not GonNa win go of their confederate monuments. They just won't let go. NASCAR will not give this up. There was a plane flying over Talladega last night. THINK DE-FUND NASCAR I mean there's something very southern about this, and and there's there should be an embarrassment. There should be a level of embarrassment and a level of shaming of the south and I know there are probably southerners who live in southern California. Who would? Stand to defend the south and say hey. We're not all like that, but the impression is that you are all like that. The that's the impression of of the south. This isn't happening. Hate crimes happen all over the country, but this is among the. Rich and I hope I. Hope this person goes to jail. I hope this person is criminally prosecuted and goes to jail. You cannot leave a noose in the garage of a black man. And expect to get a wave. Get Away with it, and there are cameras now. Apparently all over town just redid it, so they're going to find out whoever this is I hope he's ashamed. I hope he's arrested that person that person's done I mean. That's their legacy. WHOEVER GETS EXPOSED TO BE THIS GUY? That's their legacy. It's like that. That cop and Minnesota, that's his legacy.

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"A. okay what were the yeah in two Bozeman where did out Maddow let's go to me to work out.

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"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path

"Bozeman an art director at the Martin Agency in Richmond Virginia. Let's start the show right so tell us who you are and what you do high so my name is Ashley Bozeman. I N an art director here at the mortgage interest located in Richmond Virginia. So as far as like title magical roles so basically I were in the creative department added creative Ad Agency. I'm usually paired with a copywriter and together. We are the ones who were briefed and tasked to basically come up with ideas for campaigns commercial. Social Coast really anything. You can think it's our job to basically come up with that creative idea. And then specifically as art director at my job to rematch like visually. So how does that look? Who is being represented you know? What a colored choices where the style choices cinematographer no working with directors and things like that but we basically just. We're the ones who control. Everything looks whereas partners on our copywriters. They're the ones who control the tone of voice and what that sounds like and scripts and things like that so together. We're the ones kind of The big brains behind You'll see on TV as far as like commercials and things like that is sounds like your work is a lot of against like meetings and sort of heads down work sessions Yes definitely a lot of meetings but it's also a lot of consenting so it's just like. I was briefed earlier today. We'll get a brief and then on you know. Look at our calendars hanging time. Report like two or three hours on on our schedules. And then we'll just find room in the office and literally. Just sit by ideas that are large. Kinda lost the that? We're not sure clients whatever even by or do and Ideas that also fit the brief exactly so we basically will just kind of get together. Just kind of brainstorm different ways. We can kind of find the best solution for that..

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:27 min | 6 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"There were a yeah in two if the two minute workout Bozeman where kit out mad but the the like thank well what we're.

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Beer Waste Saves Montana Town $1 Million On Water Treatment

Morning Edition

01:17 min | 6 months ago

Beer Waste Saves Montana Town $1 Million On Water Treatment

"Bozeman Montana as water reclamation facility treats more than six million gallons of water every day from sinks showers toilets really anything that goes down a tree that includes liquid waste from the eleven breweries in the city of nearly fifty thousand because it's rich in he's tops and sugar brewery waste can throw off the microbes waste water plants used to remove nitrogen and phosphorus two things that cause algae blooms and rivers and kill off fish but if we can use it correctly and put it in the right spot it's very beneficial to the process engineering consultant coral and read this letter pilot project here last summer to try to do just that both men worked with a local brewery to feed its beer waste to the treatment plants bacteria or bugs at just the right time in just the right dosage this is a super it simplified but like if they're eating their French fries they need a little catch up with that so to get the nitrate out you does little carbon in the bugs are happier Russia says it worked they got the idea from an even smaller town about three hundred miles to the north near the Canadian border yeah this is the taproom actual dog grooming and have a Montana population ten thousand three years ago at the town's wastewater plant manager approached

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Beer Waste Saves Montana Town $1 Million On Water Treatment

Environment: NPR

03:47 min | 6 months ago

Beer Waste Saves Montana Town $1 Million On Water Treatment

"The old comic Strip Beetle Bailey. Once had a character who said three things are good for you early morning runs cold showers and beer. The character then revises his statement saying two out of three eight bad much as you may enjoy it. Beer is not so good for you but it turns out the waste from making beer can be good for the water. Yellowstone public radio's Rachel Kramer reports in a byproduct from craft breweries that helps to clean wastewater. Bozeman has been Montana's reclamation facility treats more than six million gallons of water every day from sinks showers toilets really anything that goes down a drain that includes clued liquid waste from the eleven breeze in this city of nearly fifty thousand because it's rich in yeast hops and sugar brewery waste can throw off the microbes wastewater. Utter plants used to remove nitrogen and phosphorus to things that caused algae blooms and rivers and kill off fish. But if we can use it correctly and put it in the right spot It's very beneficial to the process. Engineering Consultant coralline. REVEIZ led a pilot project here last summer to try to do just that. Both men worked with a local brewery to defeats beer. Waste to the treatment plants bacteria or bugs at just the right time in just the right dosage. This is super simplified but like if they're eating their French they need a little catch up with it so to get the nitrate out does little carbon in the bugs are happier. Says it worked. They got the idea from an even smaller town in about three hundred miles to the north near the Canadian border. This is the taproom at triple dog brewing. In Havre Montana Anna population ten thousand three years ago at the town's wastewater plant manager approached brewery owner Michael Charity with the idea of using leftover barley for making in beer to feed his microbes with knowledge brewing. Information I I said well why are we doing. This sounds amazing. If it worked the little town could potentially actually avoid having to spend a million dollars upgrading. Its wastewater plant to meet new more stringent clean water standards in June newfield has wastewater plant manager walks over to something that looks like a well. This is where we for. The last I. Three Years Newfield or one of his employees has been dumping one bucket of spent parley from triple dog brewing into the water rushing below every morning the bacteria love it is what what I've found and it just disappears by the end. Newfield says it took a lot of trouble shooting the first two years but the team eventually figured out how much spent parlayed to add what conditions conditions the bacteria needed to be happy. The barley is free. That's way cheaper than adding a chemical called. They thought they'd have to buy to do the same thing. We're though the alum from that we saved already is about sixteen thousand a year for sure but if that wouldn't have done it that's when an upgrade around the corner would have been an and and if we do an upgrade there's where you run into the millions the Environmental Protection Agency noticed taveres innovative approach and gave it an honorable mention at the end of last a year. I didn't go into this for award. I went into it. Just because it's what do you do to do the best job you can Newfield and Michael Garrett you triple dog say they hey think their partnership is the model that could be replicated elsewhere. Several towns in Montana are interested in trying it and Newfield says he even got a call from a plant manager in Boston but it may not work everywhere while the water reclamation facility in Bozeman found the chemistry worked the logistics of transporting the liquid brewery waste. There are too expensive for now. If read skit stricter the plant may consider this approach in the future for N._p._R.. News I'm Rachel Kramer in Havre

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China’s coronavirus - Here’s what we know

Fresh Air

11:11 min | 6 months ago

China’s coronavirus - Here’s what we know

"This is fresh air I'm Terry gross the new corona virus that emerged in Wuhan China has killed almost five hundred people and prompted the Chinese government to impose severe travel restrictions within the country the virus has spread to at least twenty four other countries including the U. S. American air carriers have suspended flights to and from China the US government is barring from entering the country any foreign nationals who visited China within last fourteen days our guest science writer David Coleman says the new corona virus is just the latest example of an ominous trend humans contracting deadly contagious viruses from wild animals other examples include H. I. V. west Nile fever anthrax bola and another from the corona virus family sars severe acute respiratory syndrome which also emerged in China and killed more than seven hundred people David common has written frequently for National Geographic and is the author of several books including spillover animal infections and the next human pandemic he spoke with fresh tears Dave Davies well David common welcome back to fresh air yeah this is scary stuff this virus and it's also a very fast moving story you and I are talking on Tuesday afternoon things may change a bit by time people hear it but us a sense of how serious the threat is of this virus compared to other outbreaks we've seen well it is very serious and needs to be taken very seriously and yet it's not an occasion for panic it's an occasion for calm effective response comparing it to other viral outbreaks he is is illuminating in some ways and problematic in other ways compared say to influence every year there's a seasonal influenza sweeps around the world F. infects hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people kills something like thirty thousand or thirty five thousand people in the US every year and yet it has a very low case fatality rate case fatality rate how many diaper the number of people infected it's down I think usually around point one percent a tenth of a percent sars virus that emerged from southern China with the syndrome caused by a virus that emerged from southern China in two thousand three a severe acute respiratory syndrome it infected eight thousand people a little over eight thousand and it killed seven hundred and seventy four for case fatality rate of almost ten percent in other words a hundred times seasonal influenza the average seasonal influenza and it scared the be Jesus out of the public health and disease scientist experts that I know they told me that that was a really scary one because the case fatality rate was so high and it spread quickly but they managed to stop it and we can talk a little bit about that so here's this novel coronavirus as they're calling it to two thousand nineteen novel coronavirus and it comes in somewhere between those two case fatality rates and that is one of the most important numbers at the experts have been watching and I've been watching over the last week or two as the numbers of infected people have exploded and the number of deaths have increased steadily the case fatality rate has hovered moving downward slowly from about three percent to a little over two percent now and it it is still very unpredictable we don't know how many people it's gonna infect and therefore how many people it's gonna kill but it's in the range that that requires being taken very seriously so let's look at what's what officials are doing to try and contain this novel coronavirus and your describes what what's happened in China China was slow to react to this particularly the officials in the city of Wuhan and the province of who by and then the course got out of the barn and the national officials reacted strongly and sealed off essentially first the city of Wuhan and then a number of other cities so I think there's more than fifty million people who are essentially in locked down with no public transportation going in and out of those cities China has been cutting internal flights in and out and to other countries have been cutting flights international flights in and out of China the US in terms of flights of foreign nationals are barred from entering the U. S. if they have recently traveled to China and US citizens coming back from Wuhan or who day province are being quarantined for fourteen days which is the suspected incubation period of the virus other countries are eliminating flights in and out of China I saw this morning that Japan has eliminated flights in and out of China so there is this international curtailment of flights in and out of China and in some cases people are being screened at airports and in a limited number of cases people are being quarantined if they have been and bay province and and want to come back to the U. S. or to another country do all these seem like reasonable and appropriate steps to well the the controversial to some people but to me they do seem reasonable controlling containment is important at this point I don't think it's an infringement around do infringement on anybody's personal rights we have to control cases and monitor cases and trace contacts and any time the thirties learn that an infected person has written on an airplane and then then we headed off into the city where they've arrived medially there three hundred people roughly on that airplane who are contacts that have to be traced and have to be monitored if not isolated and the person who is to enter the city and has gone to his or her family and they're more context there that will immediately have to be traced that's what happened in Toronto early on during the sars epidemic one case got into Toronto and she spread the the infection rather widely as soon as she's gotten there right so so the steps that managed to bring the sars epidemic under control back in the early two thousands were exactly these kinds of steps exactly these kinds of steps we knew less about sars at the very beginning except that it there was some very dangerous infectious disease caused by an unknown pathogen that had come out of southern China to Hong Kong and gotten to Toronto Beijing Bangkok and one or two I think Hong Kong one or two other cities and then there was very rigorous no medical isolation and containment and contact tracing and public health officials were able to reduce the transmission rate of sars to a very low level now in terms of the average secondary cases caused by each primary case the average number of infections that each infected person cost they brought that to a very low level and essentially they stopped the sars outbreak right now they've been some rip reporting suggesting that the trump administration has over the last couple years reduced the government's ability to fight a viral epidemic do you have an opinion about that yes I think it's I think it's well documented in the trunk budgets and it's been I think disastrous for the CDC and for our preparedness my understanding is that trumps twenty twenty budget proposed cutting one point three billion from the CDC budget that's twenty percent below the twenty nineteen level in the twenty nineteen level contained cuts of seven hundred fifty million including I look this up recently including a proposed cut of a hundred and two million specifically for emerging and zoonotic diseases which is what this is so the trump administration budgets have been hamstring the CDC and our ability to react to circumstances just like this course budget proposals aren't always inactive your point is well taken that budget proposals don't necessarily translate into approve budgets but the effort has been there by the trump administration to reduce drastically the CDC and I think that they have succeeded to a very great degree there's been around understandably on protective masks and gloves should should people be trying to get them what's it's a it's a sign of panic that there has been around but there has been I went into my local drug store here in Bozeman Montana yesterday to see if I could buy some masks to take with me just in case when I fly to Australia on Thursday I thought well what if on the way back a typhoon re routes me through China or something so I thought I would carry some masks my local drug store was sold out of masks and that has happened a lot of places around the country is that called for I would say no despite the fact that I was one person trying to buy some is and you know an emergency travel precaution but masks particularly the simple surgical mask that you see on so many people specially travelers I hear the experts saying that those are very helpful in containing the spread of infected droplets from people who are infected containing costs containing CSE sneezes buy a sick person but much much much less effective in protecting a well person from the sneeze is coming out of another person so in other words where mask if you're sick if you're coughing as a courtesy to people around you don't be nearly as concerned about wearing a mask just as a preventive when you step on an airliner go to a big store right I think the CDC our recommends that ordinary civil citizens don't really need to worry about masks but health workout probably should I think this I think the CDC is also saying look ordinary people we have a shortage of masks let those masks be used by health care workers who need them most rather than wearing and when you go to the hardware store David common is a science writer and the author of the book spillover animal infections in the next human

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:34 min | 6 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Two minute workout Bozeman wire kit out in that can't touch this our top take the class ya know what time it is is you know to me to work out let's get it yeah the okay testing I mean the call by this thing going.

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How Coronaviruses Jump From Animals To People: David Quammen Explains

Fresh Air

11:08 min | 6 months ago

How Coronaviruses Jump From Animals To People: David Quammen Explains

"The new corona virus that emerged in Wuhan China has killed almost five hundred people and prompted the Chinese government to impose severe travel restrictions within the country the virus has spread to at least twenty four other countries including the U. S. American air carriers have suspended flights to and from China the US government is barring from entering the country any foreign nationals who visited China within last fourteen days our guest science writer David Coleman says the new corona virus is just the latest example of an ominous trend humans contracting deadly contagious viruses from wild animals other examples include H. I. V. west Nile fever anthrax bola and another from the corona virus family sars severe acute respiratory syndrome which also emerged in China and killed more than seven hundred people David common has written frequently for National Geographic and is the author of several books including spillover animal infections and the next human pandemic he spoke with fresh tears Dave Davies well David common welcome back to fresh air yeah this is scary stuff this virus and it's also a very fast moving story you and I are talking on Tuesday afternoon things may change a bit by time people hear it but us a sense of how serious the threat is of this virus compared to other outbreaks we've seen well it is very serious and needs to be taken very seriously and yet it's not an occasion for panic it's an occasion for calm effective response comparing it to other viral outbreaks is is illuminating in some ways and problematic in other ways compared say to influence every year there's a seasonal influenza sweeps around the world F. infects hundreds and hundreds of thousands of people kills something like thirty thousand or thirty five thousand people in the US every year and yet it has a very low case fatality rate case fatality rate how many diaper the number of people infected it's down I think usually around point one percent a tenth of a percent sars virus that emerged from southern China with the syndrome caused by a virus that emerged from southern China in two thousand three a severe acute respiratory syndrome it's infected eight thousand people a little over eight thousand and it killed seven hundred and seventy four for case fatality rate of almost ten percent in other words a hundred times seasonal influenza the average seasonal influenza and it scared the be Jesus out of the public health and disease scientist experts that I know they told me that that was a really scary one because the case fatality rate was so high and it spread quickly but they managed to stop it and we can talk a little bit about that so here's this novel coronavirus as they're calling it to two thousand nineteen novel coronavirus and it comes in somewhere between those two case fatality rates and that is one of the most important numbers at the experts have been watching and I've been watching over the last week or two as the numbers of infected people have exploded and the number of deaths have increased steadily the case fatality rate has hovered moving downward slowly from about three percent to a little over two percent now and it it is still very unpredictable we don't know how many people it's gonna infect and therefore how many people it's gonna kill but it's in the range that that requires being taken very seriously so let's look at what's what officials are doing to try and contain this novel coronavirus and your describes what what's happened in China cities China has been cutting internal flights in and out and other countries have been cutting flights international flights in and out of China the US in terms of flights of foreign nationals are barred from entering the U. S. if they have recently traveled to China and US citizens coming back from Wuhan or who bay province are being quarantined for fourteen days which is the suspected incubation period of the virus other countries are eliminating flights in and out of China I saw this morning that Japan has eliminated flights in and out of China so there is this international curtailment of flights in and out of China and in some cases people are being screened at airports and in a limited number of cases people are being quarantined if they have been in bay province and and want to come back to the US or to another country do all these seem like reasonable and appropriate steps to you well the the controversial to some people but to me they do seem reasonable controlling containment is important at this point I don't think it's an infringement around do infringement on anybody's personal rights we have to control cases and monitor cases and trace contacts and any time the thirties learn that an infected person has written on an airplane and then we headed off into the city where they've arrived Lee there three hundred people roughly on that airplane who are contacts that have to be traced and have to be monitored if not isolated and the person who is to enter the city and has gone to his or her family and they're more context there that will immediately have to be traced that's what happened in Toronto early on during the sars epidemic one case got into Toronto and she spread the the infection rather widely as soon as she's gotten there right so so the steps that managed to bring the sars epidemic under control back in the early two thousands were exactly these kinds of steps exactly these kinds of steps we knew less about sars at the very beginning except that it there was some very dangerous infectious disease caused by an unknown pathogen that had come out of southern China to Hong Kong and gotten to Toronto Beijing Bangkok and one or two I think Hong Kong one or two other cities and then there was very rigorous no medical isolation and containment and contact tracing and public health officials were able to reduce the transmission rate in of sars to a very low level in terms of the average of secondary cases caused by each primary case the average number of infections that each infected person cost they brought that to a very low level and essentially they stopped the sars outbreak right now they've been some rip reporting suggesting that the trump administration has over the last couple years reduced the government's ability to fight a viral epidemic do you have an opinion about that yes I think it's I think it's well documented in the the trump budgets and it's been I think disasters for the CDC and for our preparedness my understanding is that trumps twenty twenty budget proposed cutting one point three billion from the CDC budget that's twenty percent below the twenty nineteen level in the twenty nineteen level contained to the cuts of seven hundred fifty million including I look this up recently including a proposed cut of a hundred and two million specifically for emerging and zoonotic diseases which is what this is so the trump administration budgets have been hamstring the CDC and our ability to react to circumstances just like this of course budget proposals aren't always inactive your point is well taken that budget proposals don't necessarily translate into approve budgets but the effort has been there by the trump administration to reduce drastically the CDC and I think that they have succeeded to a very great degree there's been around understandably on protective masks and gloves should should people be trying to get them what's it's a it's a sign of panic that there has been around but there has been I went into my local drug store here in Bozeman Montana yesterday to see if I could buy some masks to take with me just in case when I fly to Australia on Thursday I thought well what if on the way back of a typhoon re routes me through China or something so I thought I would carry some masks my local drug store was sold out of masks and that has happened a lot of places around the country is that called for I would say no despite the fact that I was one person trying to buy some this and you know an emergency travel precaution but masks particularly the simple surgical mask that you see on so many people specially travelers I hear the experts saying that those are very helpful in containing the spread of infected droplets from people who are infected containing coughs containing CSE sneezes buy a sick person but much much much less effective in protecting a well person from the sneezes coming out of another person so in other words where mask if you're sick if you're coughing as a courtesy to people around you don't be nearly as concerned about wearing a mask just as a preventive when you step on an airliner go to a big store right I think the CDC our recommends that ordinary civil citizens don't really need to worry about masks but health workout probably should I think this I think the CDC is also saying look ordinary people we have a shortage of masks let those masks be used by health care workers who need them most rather than wearing and when you go to the hardware store David common is a science writer and the author of the book spillover animal infections in the next human

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The Singing Snowplow Driver Of Bozeman, Montana

All Things Considered

02:00 min | 7 months ago

The Singing Snowplow Driver Of Bozeman, Montana

"Driving a snow plow in Montana has given Justin Hordak lots to sing about Yellowstone public radio is Rachel Kramer introduces us I am a plow gone for the count she had a large rock look he removes searching through the call for another role with snow corks YouTube video county plow guy racked up more than nine thousand views in just a couple of weeks and now a local radio stations are airing it one of them even once in to re record in a studio and add some instrumentals I just have been so maze with response you know I I made it as a joke just for myself and maybe a few my co workers and just exploded I think people like to see a normal guy go out there and do something different correct plows roads for doubting county his lyrics to county plow guy which are set to the tune of Glen Campbell's Wichita lineman are a friendly reminder to drivers to be courteous and slow down I see you giving me the listing I see you texting and wrong being and when this slide off the road cool and they break all this the phone also includes warnings about tailgating and trying to pass snow plows it's a light hearted plea but work takes music seriously he focused on vocals in college and wrote the piano music for his own wedding right now he sings in Bozeman symphonic and chamber choirs and has had several parts in the intermountain opera which he says he spends about six months preparing for music has always been a huge huge part of my life people have different ways they they use it but everybody uses it in some sort of personal way to them everybody has like a favorite song that means a lot to them at all brighten their day her ex says he probably won't release another song for a while right now he's busy preparing to audition for another operetta marriage of

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"bozeman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

14:08 min | 7 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In Bozeman Lynchburg Gohar aware and of the gaudy is just a prayer away radio broadcast it is written all the churches of Christ you it is written we know see only one of it is right he saved others himself he cannot save it is for our final four in just my it is very although nothing to do with this rushes or I have suffered many things just in a dream because of it is a I have soon did that I betrayed innocent blood it is written this is my beloved son in whom I am well pleased stir here he here while the Pharisees were gathered together Jesus ask them a question saving what think you of Christ whose son is he they say on to him the son of David he said I thought of them how then does David in the spirit call him lord saving the lord said unto my lord set thou on my right hand to la put vine enemies under Lafayette if David then calls him lord the how is he his son and no one was able to answer him a word neither Durst any man from that day forth ask him any more questions my hope is built on nothing less than Jesus blood and righteousness are there not trust the sweetest frame but wholly lean on Jesus name on Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground is sinking sand when darkness veils is lovely face arrest on his own changing grace in every high and stormy gale anchor holds within the veil on Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground is sinking sand his old his covenant his blood me and the Wyoming flood when all around my soul gives way he then is all my hope and stay on Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground there is sinking sand ladies and gentleman listen this message entitled what think you of Christ according to Matthew the twenty second chapter a series of questions have been asked of Jesus in a vain endeavor to wooden snare him in these talk the pharmacy users sent a delegation to ask about tribute to seize our Jesus told them render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's and the god the things that are gods then the Sadducees came with a question about the resurrection this group did not believe in the resurrection neither angels nor spirits Jesus told them they ordered because they knew not the scripture nor the power of god again it was the Pharisees it came and tried to minimize the commandments by asking which was the greatest commandment of all some people today use the same ruse by asking the question which commandment is the greatest in the plan of salvation is it face is it repentance is a baptism which is the greatest commandment the principle of James applies here he that offends in one point is guilty of all Jesus completely defeated them by then turned the tables on them by asking them a question he said what thank ye of Christ whose son is he he did not say or what do you think of me he knew that I did not recognize him as the Christ but they did believe in a Christ or messiah that would come and the question was what do you think of the missile that you are looking for they answered correctly as they replied that he will be the son of David the lord finished a quotation from psalms for them by saying since our my right hand until I make the enemies of the foot stool of our feet if David then calls him lord how is he his son when they perceive that the only explanation was the virgin birth no one dared to answer a word at this point we leave the Pharisees and there is a level and asked the question for our own edification ladies and gentleman what think you of Christ first we consider the testimony of the devil and others in the kingdom of darkness listen to them as they tell us what they think of Jesus during his so Jordan on planet earth the first identification of Jesus was by the devil himself Jesus was preaching in the synagogue of party I'm on a Sabbath day and in the synagogue there was a man who had the spirit of an unclean demon and he cried with a loud voice what have we to do with the cheese a style and have a read art thou come to destroy us Dino the who thou art the holy one of god that is what the devil thinks of Jesus the devil calls him the holy one of god now that is significant when the devil called Jesus the holy one of god because just before this the devil had tried Jesus in the wilderness with the strongest temptations and fatal no one had ever stood up to him before and one over the devil as Jesus then add to this the fact that from the age of twelve until he was thirty years old we know nothing about the life of Jesus except for the fact that he was a carpenter the devil had been busy all of those years that we don't know anything about tempering the lord in his teenage years and during his twenties and Jesus was always victorious over every temptation the devil would not have called Jesus the holy one of god otherwise when the devil stands face to face with Jesus he calls him wholly then again in the country of the gathering is Jesus was met by a man had a legion of demons with their name this man cried with a loud voice what have I to do with the Jesus thou son of the most high god are now come to torment us before the time the devil not only recognize Jesus as the son of god but also made a comment about the existence of the place of torment and the power of Jesus to see that he was tormented there and that is what the devil thinks of Jesus according to the devil Jesus is the son of god he is holy and has the power overdone this and the power over the devil the cast him into hell and that is the opinion that the devil has of the lord Jesus Christ ladies and gentleman what thank ye of Christ next we consider what the Pharisees thought of Jesus Luke tells us that all the publicans and sinners were drawing near on to him to hear him the Pharisees and the scribes made this awful charge against Jesus they said this matter receivers centers yeah either with lamb ladies and gentleman I'm glad to hear that myself that testimony of the enemies of Jesus think of it the pharmacy said that Jesus will receive centers and eat with them and they thought that was an insult that means Jesus will receive maybe that means he will eat with me what a compliment they paid him if Christ had not recieve centers and then ate with some I would still be on my way to hurl are you eat with the lord every Sunday when I eat of the low find drink of the food Levine then again while the lord was on the cross the chief priest made the charge he saved others himself he cannot save according to them the lord Jesus could not save himself and save us at the same time that is the gospel according to the devil I am glad that he did not save himself from the agony of the cross if he hadn't again are safe I would be on my way to hell the devil and the Pharisees understood clearly that I could not go to heaven without the death of the lord Jesus Christ hear their view of Christ again they said he received centers he ate sweat some he cannot save us by saving himself that is the view of the devil of the death of Christ on the cross listen to that again it is almost unbelievable the devil believe that Jesus died to save my soul so what thank ye of Christ now listen to Caiaphas the high priest tells what he thinks about Jesus when Jesus was tried before Caiaphas they sought false witness against Jesus I am the very good the find that none okay a first in desperation put Jesus under oath and said are you sure the E. by the living god that they'll tell us whether thou art the Christ Jesus say of under whom thou hast said never the less I say on the U. henceforth ye shall see the son of man seated at the right hand of power and coming on the clouds of heaven then the high priest read his garment saying he has spoken blasphemy what further need have we of witnesses according to care for us the promise Jesus made of his second coming on the clouds to be seen by everyone including the ones who pierced him was mmhm blasphemy K. F. us may not like what he heard but he understood what Jesus meant now what safety of Christ now consider also what pondered thought about Jesus Jesus was delivered to Pontius pilot and the charge was made that he had perverted the nation forbidding them to give tribute to seize our this was a serious charge but one pilot examine Jesus his verdict given to his accusers was I find no fault in this manner not only did he say he found no fault in this man but while he was sitting on the judgment seat his wife sent unto him a note and said have though nothing to do with this righteous man or I have suffered many things this daily in a dream because of him ms is Pollock was having nightmares over the whole situation and call Jesus a righteous man no fault in him a righteous man this was the opinion of both product and his wife and the devil that they hadn't for Jesus ladies and gentleman I live two thousand years this side of pilot and his wife and I stand shoulder to shoulder with Mister and Mrs Pontius pilot I find no fault in this righteous man now what think he of Christ now listen again the what Judas had to say about the character of Jesus Judas was the arch trader who betrayed Jesus for thirty pieces of silver surely there must be some terrible charge that can be made by a man who heard Jesus preach one who is seen him raise the dead then restore sight to a man born blind walk on the water and then sold them out to the enemy for such a small sophomores thirty pieces of silver the small amount was it self an insult what terrible dastardly thing had Jesus done to deserve such contemptuous treatment listen to Judas as he bares his soul when he saw that Jesus was condemned to be crucified a repetitive self and brought back the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders saying.

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Comparing the impeachment trials of President Clinton and President Trump

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09:34 min | 7 months ago

Comparing the impeachment trials of President Clinton and President Trump

"Right now on Capitol Hill ahead of the one PM eastern resumption of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump some Senate Republicans are holding a news conference led by Lindsey Graham South Carolina chair of the Judiciary Committee thank you all very much observations about yesterday it was a long day but that's okay a lot of Americans have long days a couple things I've been involved into impeachment trials this is the second one I just want to make an observation here what the house managers were proposing yesterday is basically destroy the institution of the presidency as we know it make it make it when it comes to the partisan impeachment not have a venue to go to court and litigate privileges at the end of an exercise our prior presence when it comes to Donald Trump willing to destroy the institution of the office in the name of getting him so bottom line the Clinton impeachment was conducted by outside counsel there's not here Ken Starr spent five years investigating the president before we took up the matter in the house the president was allowed to cross examining Ken Starr at the house Judiciary Committee he recommended eleven grounds for impeachment and president Clinton utilize the court's extensively on his behalf Robert Mull was an outside counsel appointed to investigate this press I want the public to note that this president cooperated with Mister Miller he turned over million documents his lawyer testified for thirty hours and after two years of investigation with nineteen lawyers forty F. B. I. agents two thousand subpoenas and five hundred search warrants they decided to take no action they said there was no collusion between the trump campaign and the Russian government when it came to obstruction of justice they did not recommend any action I thought that would be the end of actually introduce legislation to say that Robert Muller cannot be removed accept the call because the president felt like the motor investigation was of which I did not the present was frustrated because he said he did nothing wrong I can understand that but it was important for me to make sure that the country would have somebody to look at these allegations Ross are very serious and I supported Mahler's ability to look any work for a long time and I thought it would be over Mr Shipp said yesterday what they did in the house was just like what we did with Clint that is absolutely untrue from the time they authorized impeachment it took forty eight days not two years with Mahler not five years like Clint the forty eight days the fact finding process was done in the Intel committee now the Judiciary Committee the present was denied the right to cancel the Intel committee and could not request with they spent one day in the Judiciary Committee go back and look at the tapes of how long can start testified before the Senate excuse me the house Judiciary Committee of which I was a far what we've done for the first time in American history isn't Peter president without outside counsel and all in a forty eight day period well here's what struck me the most where the house manager said reason we didn't go to court we don't want to go through the courts is that we can engage in before the election they withdrew from the Cumberland cover of the dead the national security adviser case where the dead the national security adviser what course to tell me what to do judge the house actually withdrew the subpoena because they didn't want the court process to stop the impeachment trial they would have the United States Senate create an impeachment process where the president would not be allowed to go to article three court to argue privileges that have been argued in every other impeachment trial and have been argued by president since George Washington that would destroy the institution of the presidency as we know it what would it do it would allow a handful any three hundred plus million country people all along partisan lines ten PH a president without independent judiciary the before I came here I used to try cases we have a lot of good lawyers in this body all I can say is that when the court date was set and if I showed up and asked for a bunch of subpoenas and documents to be produced on the day of trial that I had not pursued before the trial in any serious way how to get tossed out what do we do yesterday exactly what happened in the Clinton impeachment trial we're going to hear the house's gate the president's response we're going to ask questions then we'll decide among ourselves do we want to know anything yesterday was about eleven hours of them telling us how bad their case was in my view they did not pursue these witnesses because they knew the president what's the judiciary very us and it literally would stop them impeaching him before the election so the only thing I can tell the American people when it comes to replacing those present nine months plus from the election you got an up hill battle with me because I really do believe that the best person group of people to pick a president are the voters not a bunch of partisan politicians senator Lindsey Graham every day we're here doing this is a day were taken away from doing things that really matter so when they say it was like Clinton no when they say the court's really have no place in impeachment that's all going to be done by the house and the Senate without any independent judicial review god help us all center Steve Daines of Montana we had a lot of time last night thank some twelve hours on the floor of the US Senate is the first impeachment trial I've been through senator Graham is the experience that is his prior political life it reminded me of when I went to high school in Bozeman Montana if I turned in a term paper he was half complete my teacher toss it back to me they didn't get it done is incomplete probably give it up and say it's a complete try yeah that's why I felt like we saw last night was an incomplete case I have not done a complete homework you're my enemy what Nancy posted back in two thousand ten on the Obama care is that first we got a pass to find out was it it feels like what happened last night they had a rush this through the house just get over to the Senate we'll find out what's really in try to fix a fair let me remind you remind all of us in two hundred forty four years of history of this great country United States Senate has never remove a president from office never you look at the two trials for presence but we have had in the Senate over the course of our history President Johnson eighteen sixty of course president Clinton nineteen ninety nine what's unique about this impeachment trial versus the other two the other two both had crimes alleged in the impeachment articles president trump does not the other two impeachment trials had bipartisan support coming out of the house president trump impeachment coming out of the house did not first time I've ever seen there were many things that I agreed with with with a German never said last night but he did say some and I hope everybody hurts actually back to the Clinton days was it and I will paraphrase it and god help us if we ever purely partisan basis numbers work back then were wives and I hope you would see them today this is the most hardest impeachment process ever seen a history of this great country no crimes alleged in the trunk articles not bipartisan in a very important final point is if you look for the Democrats are asking United States Senate to do is to remove president trump from office and to bar him from ever holding office again was also unique about this trial versus president when this is done in an election it's really big the fundamental question as well is to the United States Senate the side the two thousand twenty election and overturn a two thousand sixteen election by removing this president from office I put the trust in the voters of this country they should have that say not the nicest

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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How Do Wolverines Work?

BrainStuff

04:39 min | 9 months ago

How Do Wolverines Work?

"Bring stuff a production of iheartradio. Hey Lauren bo-bottle here. The taxonomic family of weasels is a motley crue they can be slinky and shy like Pine Marten Org grouchy and taciturn like a badger. Ferrets otters are playfully curious and then there are honey badgers which are basically just resercher weasels but perhaps the most fascinating weasel is the wolverine the scientific name for a wolverine is Gullo which is literally Latin for Glutton Glutton. Not sure whether the team marvel knew that when they were designing experts broody anti hero but these animals seem legitimately super heroic not only in what and how much they manage to eat but but how they generally ace life in the northern forests and Alpine Tundra. They call home about the size of a mid sized dog but resembling a small bear. A Wolverine Green is a weasel of paradox weighing in at between twenty two and forty pounds. That's about ten to eighteen kilos. The males being larger than the females they defend territories stories greater than those presided over by Grizzly bears from forty miles up to three hundred seventy miles. That's between sixty five and six hundred kilometers and they do do it aggressively. They've been known to fight a wolf or even a bear off of a kill. That said Wolverines are omnivores eating pretty much whatever their sensitive noses does lead them to ground squirrels Moose mountain goats carcasses buried beaters under the ice and snow birds eggs berries etc.. They'll even dig deep under the snow to kill and eat a hibernating animal unlike a lot of other Arctic animals that deal with the long bitter winters by either hibernating or by grading someplace Balmier. A wolverines means dense frost resistant coat which at one time made them a major target for for trappers. It snowshoe like pause and the ability to jump through frozen meat and even bones make it possible for them to stay outside in the far north year round. They're also pretty hyperactive no matter what time of year. It is one wolverine wearing a tracking device in grand tent. National Park was found to have walked over five hundred miles. That's over eight hundred kilometers. In two months we spoke with Rebecca Waters Executive Director the Wolverine Foundation based in Bozeman Montana. She said they can go and go and go no matter what the terrain is like. They have crazy metabolism. And they don't hibernate so they're always out exploring also been known to Climb Hills and slide down on the snow repeatedly just for fun while curious and fearless wolverines coverings are almost pathologically cagey. They're nocturnal. So they're used to slinging around in the shadows and they've been known to stock researchers for miles without being spotted and just as for trappers of old had a difficult time catching wolverines and preventing them from robbing their traps. Modern researchers have had a hard time finding following and catching them Water said they're Wiley clever and playful. It's very hard to trap wolverine if you're trying to catch it to kill it but they know when the research live trap is out and they'll return again and again a for free meal. Sometimes they'll take part. The camera straps that are set up nearby or play with loose ropes or wires but but as difficult as they are defined in the flesh. It's not tough to find where they've been. One of the common names for Wolverines skunk bear or stink bear because they spray verriest landmarks and sometimes enemies with a special concoction of metal beauty knowing acids from their anal glands the smell of which has variously been described as sweaty cheesy. Easy and like a Barnyard. They do this to communicate with each other. Since one male might have three or more females living in his territory raising his kits or babies with with him mails help raise the babies. Wolverines also communicate vocally with each other and especially their kids in mother wolverines dig burrows sometimes fifteen eighteen feet. That's four and a half meters under the snow to protect their kids from predators and the cold. Although wolverines are currently considered a species of least concern of extinction action having bounced back after nearly going extinct during the nineteenth century due to habitat loss and aggressive hunting poisoning and extermination campaigns. They're currently facing new threats. The water said habitat loss and fragmentation are issues for the population in the lower. Forty eight states due to development wolverines require cold and snow which is mostly found at high elevations in the lower forty eight. Wolverines have very large territories

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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China delegation cancels US farm trip after trade talks wrap

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00:41 sec | 11 months ago

China delegation cancels US farm trip after trade talks wrap

"Bomb Chinese officials on Friday abruptly cancelled plans to tour farms harm by Beijing's terrace on American agricultural goods the Chinese trade negotiators plan to visit farms in Bozeman Montana and Omaha Nebraska the cancellations dampened hopes of success in this latest round of trade talks between the US and China the White House announced Friday the exemption of more than four hundred Chinese products from twenty five percent tariffs imposed by president trump that follow Beijing exempting pork and soybeans from further terrified ex president trump downplayed the risks of not striking a deal with China before the presidential

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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In Search of the Canary Tree: The Story of a Scientist, a Cypress, and a Changing World

Science Talk

06:38 min | 1 year ago

In Search of the Canary Tree: The Story of a Scientist, a Cypress, and a Changing World

"This episode are human health, and our environmental health are deeply intertwined and each requires the other test to stay healthy. That's Lauren oaks. She's a scientist with the wildlife Conservation Society and Jordan professor in earth system science at Stanford University. He's also the author of the book in search of the canary Trie, the story of a scientist, the Cyprus and a changing world. Canary tree is the yellow cedar type of Cyprus that's native to coastal areas of north west North America. Another name for it is the Alaska Cyprus, it's being called the canary tree because it's the canary in the coal mine of an Alaska where oaks did her research in March Alaska, temperatures average, twenty degrees Fahrenheit above historical. Norms to talk about the book, I called oaks at our home in bozeman. Montana. Really enjoyed the book. I think you get into a lot of things that are really important that you don't see in a lot of scientific research. And so let's talk very briefly about how you decided to make this tree. Your study, focus, Sarah. So I say the puck it's true that I never thought I'd be someone spent your life studying a species and actually designed this pretty weird benign wanted them, and they were good reasons for it though. I generally was attracted to work in the north because warming there is a currying faster at faster rates than the averages across the planet. So in some ways, you can think about Alaska or the far far north as a looking last into the future in terms of what other of impacts we're going to see when it comes to climate change. So I spent a summer up there doing exploratory research where I really had no idea what the topic would be. I was interviewing scientists to were working in fisheries management or forest management, policymakers who were dressing things like coastal erosion on the far north coast were communities have to move inland and many other kinds of climate change impacts, whether it's watery sources or kinds of resources that we depend on anyways. I was hoping in that time that I would come across a topic at need really that was dented from the community where. Research could be relevant for current management. And where I could take a look at both the ecological in social impacts of of climate change. So I came from a program where we were trained scientists to bridge disciplines a lot of times in environmental problem solving were bringing together experts in in the room from different fields. So ecologists come together with the communists or policymakers, and we all kind of tend to speak different languages based on our training in disciplines. But the idea of this program is that if we train one person to speak, multiple languages into bridge across these disciplines that the new solutions could emerge. So from the beginning, I was always interested in you know, what are the ecological impacts of climate change in place. But then also how are people responding to those impacts? And I thought that you know, perhaps there could be lessons for myself in my own life for others other people in other parts of the planet by. I'm looking at those two factors and we'll get to the people part. But the decision to focus in on this one species was was really interesting. Yes out during that time, I came across Dr Paul Hennion who's a force pathologist at the United States forest service. He has since retired. But at the time we met he was about to publish a thirty year, synthesis, which was basically showing the link to climate change in terms of wire these trees dying, and it's kind of a complex pathway to death. But climate change plays a key role in that. And for me that was a really good jumping off point because I wasn't assigned this coming in trying to explain you know, why is climate change affecting the species how what are the vulnerabilities? You know, what's the likelihood of future events in in that kind of thing. I had a jumping off off point where we already know climate changes affecting the species, and that I could ask okay. Hey, what's what's happening to the rest of the forest community? And and how are people really affected by that as well? Looking at climate changes affect on the species as much as you are using the species as bellwether about what climate change will do everywhere. He actually I mean in some ways it's a story of loss. Right. We are losing this species in many places, but then there's also a story of re-growth, right it. So what comes in after the trees die in the same way? You know, how can people adopt alongside those ecological changes? And you do find that. As the yellow cedar goes away, the the western hemlock comes in. So there's there's loss there's gained there's a transition. It's happening. It's really interesting. But before we get to that. Let's talk about some of the realities of doing field research. It's incredibly strenuous and uncomfortable difficult. Yeah. It is a it. It was tough. It was tough. That's for sure I worked on the outer coast the southeast Alaska in the west coffee. Kobe wilderness and glacier bay national park, which are some of the most remote wilderness areas, we have in the country strikingly beautiful in also strikingly far from from civilization as you as you call it. But the forest where I work we're only acceptable by boat or plane, and I didn't wanna be. She schlepping back and forth. Both in terms of our time and the fossil fuels that we needed to get out to these sites. So basically figured out a way with a pretty awesome crew to set up a base camp. And we would spend two weeks at a time kayaking to random locations, and then hiking into forested sites where we would then measure the plants in the in

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Jackie Robinson, Baseball And UCLA discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Jackie Robinson, Baseball And UCLA discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"We go to Jackie Robinson day today. Today's Jackie Robinson day. I heard John Ireland earlier as I was driving in talking about watching the movie forty two which advert bozeman it's a phenomenal movie. If you haven't gotten a chance to watch it, but you know, Jackie Robinson ban. I mean today is one of those days in baseball where we reflect upon how important he was not just to baseball, but just to society in general and deservedly, so and of course, there's a lot of local ties to Jackie. Yeah. The UCLA ties are one of them. Jackie Robinson field. Right. Over a UCLA, Pasadena everywhere. I mean Jackie Robinson field number forty two very iconic number. No. No one can ever wear that number again in baseball. And I'm memorial Noverre was the last person nothing to where that number because he was the last one to wear it.

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Karen Beck, Professor Beck And Professor discussed on America in the Morning

America in the Morning

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Karen Beck, Professor Beck And Professor discussed on America in the Morning

"In the Lone Star state, a retired mathematician has received one of maths highest honors correspondent Clayton Neville has the story north of derivative, bro. Verse. Three decades, retired university of Texas math, professor Karen Beck taught and research concepts engaged theory, measurement used in physics. She founded the Saturday morning math group at both Princeton and Texas UT president Greg Findus says the award is a big owner, not only for professor Beck. But for the university to recognize those career long accomplishments, the Obel prize is one of the highest honors in the field of mathematics invis- thank Doolan back for the legacy. She's left behind. We celebrate the impact of your research. Not only on the field of mathematics, but generations of students and mathematicians around the world Hulan Bex the first woman to be given the Abul prize, which is often called the Nobel prize of math Olen Becker cell is known for encouraging women to study mathematics UT, professor Daniel, freed says becoming nominated alone is quite an accomplishment, while there's a committee of mathematicians is the selection committee for the. Bob cries, solicit nominations. They ask people in the community to right? And you know, I think they're presented with many many, great choices. Freed says Olen Beck is now retired and lives in New Jersey. He's now living in Princeton. Most of the time. She spent his part of our time in the summers in bozeman, Montana. Is a great lover of the outdoors in the mountains for winning the award Olympic will be given six million new region kroner that's close to seven hundred thousand

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Donald Glover gets 5 nominations for NAACP Image Awards

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Glover gets 5 nominations for NAACP Image Awards

"Ego childish Gambino have been nominated for five NWC CPI image awards clever is nominated for his acting and directing at Atlanta and childish Gambino got three nominations on the music side. Black Panther was nominated for fourteen awards with star Chad with bozeman and director Ryan Kugler nominated for entertainer of the year along with beyond say, LeBron James and Regina king. The fiftieth. Lacey pe- image awards honoring entertainers and writers of color will be held March thirtieth and Hollywood and aired live on

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Donald Glover gets 5 nominations for NAACP Image Awards

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Glover gets 5 nominations for NAACP Image Awards

"Donald Glover, and his alter ego childish Gambino have been nominated for five NWC p image awards clever is nominated for his acting and directing at Atlanta and childish Gambino got three nominations on the music side. Black Panther was nominated for fourteen awards with star Chadwick bozeman and director Ryan Kugler nominated for entertainer of the year along with beyond say, LeBron James and Regina king. The fiftieth end ablaze EP image awards honoring entertainers and writers of color will be held March thirtieth in Hollywood and aired live on TV

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Gambino, Donald Glover And Chadwick Bozeman discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Gambino, Donald Glover And Chadwick Bozeman discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"Donald Glover, and his alter ego childish Gambino have been nominated for five NWC p image awards covers nominated for his acting and directing at Atlanta and childish Gambino got three nominations on the music side. Black Panther was nominated for fourteen awards with star Chadwick bozeman and director Ryan Kugler nominated for entertainer of the year along with beyond say, LeBron James and Regina king. The fiftieth end ablaze EP image awards honoring entertainers and writers of color will be held March thirtieth and Hollywood and aired live on

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"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"bozeman" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The two minute workout bozeman Toppled with at six o'clock. Y'all know what to. Do get. Your two minute workout on let's go Too. Much true Down All. Right y'all got about thirty more seconds to go thirty seconds ago.

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Salvador President Trump, Trump and US discussed on WAOK Programming

WAOK Programming

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Salvador President Trump, Trump and US discussed on WAOK Programming

"Of children are dead after an air strike in northern. Yemen the children were reportedly on a field trip when the airstrike carried out by the Saudi Arabian led coalition hit their bus in a busy market, Thursday at least. Fifty people were, killed

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"bozeman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bozeman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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Jimmy Kimmel Sets the Record Straight After President Trump Fabricates a Story About Him

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Jimmy Kimmel Sets the Record Straight After President Trump Fabricates a Story About Him

"Jimmy kimmel complaining that trump lied about him at a rally it was having a south carolina trump claimed that he'd waited on hollywood boulevard degree trump jimmy kimmel did back when he was hosting the celebrity apprentice and sub to come on abc's jimmy kimmel live and kimmel said for the record not only was i not on the sidewalk waiting for him opening the door of his car i didn't even go to his dressing room to say alot before the show is as i never do it fifteen years i probably don't know i've never done it i like to greet the guests on stage so either one of them is prevaricating or they misremembered that event who knows prevaricating that would be lying the president's on polling the policies of previous administrations abortion obama james of separating immigrant children from their parents who are been convicted of violating us immigration law at the border that continues despite outrage from the left actress maggie jilin hall has teamed up with the aclu on a new video alisters in the video include ryan reynolds deadpool guy amy schumer that's chuck e chuck you schemers cousin julia louis dreyfuss from seinfeld chadwick bozeman and glenn close fatal attraction all participating in this video verging earlier this month chrissy teigen and john legend donated nearly three hundred thousand dollars to the aclu and honor of president trump's birthday.

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In the San Francisco Bay Area, 'low income' is six figures

Woody and Company

03:07 min | 2 years ago

In the San Francisco Bay Area, 'low income' is six figures

"You can trust on the tens matt mccoy sports josh cease executive producer what are you company and all the other end of the phones each afternoon when you call remember when a six figure salary meant you were doing pretty well i mean you you had achieved something it's still does mean that in most places but i will tell you there is no flipping way you could get me live in the bay area of california and i love that city to visit a been there twice i've been been through the prison and the tour and i it's beautiful but it is so nasty and so many other ways i think i'd rather make thirty five thousand dollars a year live in bozeman montana then make one hundred and fifty thousand lebanon san francisco bozeman montana is a gorgeous place so's missoula and so's helena but in san francisco get a load of this according to their cbs television affiliate k pix five you know what's considered a low income salary in san francisco in three counties in san francisco san mateo and marin county california your officially poor if you make below one hundred seventeen thousand four hundred dollars according to the latest survey by hud the median income in those three counties tops the entire country and it is so high that households making under one seventeen four would actually qualify to live in low income housing projects is that not astounding that's nuts you can take what you make now and you'd need to make slightly twice as much here are out there whatever you're making here double it and you still might not quite be where you are here that's even worse than new york oh it's well i don't know i don't think it is really because in new york you have stupid city and even more stupid state tax in new york i think the amount of money for every dollar you make i think you get a keep forty eight cents that's the last time i california doesn't have a state tax so we have that going for him but i was just amazed at that figure that number by the way has gone up ten percent since just last year there people are fleeing like rats off a boat i out of out of the bay area for for many reasons but that's certainly probably near the top that in the homeless out there will practically cost you if you keep walking with their with their hands around we haven't even gotten to openly peeing in the street so well that's your saturday night woody rate for me yeah not in my back y'all cal arts yeah it's my house sorry for the confusion traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens powered by.

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