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Study: Warming makes US West megadrought worst in modern age

All Things Considered

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Study: Warming makes US West megadrought worst in modern age

"For twenty years the west has been dry and those error conditions have been punctuated by a punishing heat researchers say warming has thrust the region into a sustained dry period what they call a mega drought not experienced here since the twenty eight year dry spell lifted in the year sixteen oh three scientists came to the conclusion after studying twelve hundred years of tree ring records which they compared against modern weather observations and computer models the scientists say they're modeling shows global warming is a key driver mega drought would have huge implications for water conservation and agriculture in

Study: Warming makes US West megadrought worst in modern age

All Things Considered

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Study: Warming makes US West megadrought worst in modern age

"For twenty years the west has been dry and those error conditions have been punctuated by a punishing heat researchers say warming has thrust the region into a sustained dry period what they call a mega drought not experienced here since the twenty eight year dry spell lifted in the year sixteen oh three scientists came to the conclusion after studying twelve hundred years of tree ring records which they compared against modern weather observations and computer models the scientists say they're modeling shows global warming is a key driver mega drought would have huge implications for water conservation and agriculture in

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The fighting on all levels I got the schools the unions the media group everything I mean you could have the best this is the best on the tank the best military and all the guns a minute maybe but if I control the school's behind your lines that I'm teaching your children one two three generations the way I got you know it came with the enemy moves that please then they move up please then they moved that piece then they move up these almost like we can't wait in the truck can writing like like a I called like god sent to me and he do you how do you use god as you well know the media will attack you let me ask you something Jenny do you think this is one of the reasons they're so violent in their head of trump and want to destroy him well they're socialist and the Americans and the way of the world socialist movement the communists and socialists say and trump and then is exposing them so not only the exposing the corruption and all the call it stealing you know the money order operation they're doing he put a stop to it I hope it's not temporary but it's a stop and now we have a chance perhaps to do something and if trump is really gaining support as some of the survey suggest with black that is absolutely huge the calling list of been concentrating on the blacks in America twelve hundred years and that pretty much control of the black leadership so we could we in some away and you know I wish.

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Climate change blamed as floods overwhelm Venice

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

Climate change blamed as floods overwhelm Venice

"The mayor of Venice Italy is citing climate change in the city's worst flooding in more than fifty years cases quoting away in Venice the mayor declaring a state of emergency saying the city is on its knees famous landmarks like twelve hundred year old Saint mark's basilica inundated water flowing through the

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

04:33 min | 9 months ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Over on us but it turns out it is all real so this story of Skeleton Island is that the nineteen forties a forest ranger stumbled across this lake high in the Himalayan mountains and it was a little frozen lake that was filled with skeletons it was filled with skulls and bones and I thought maybe this had to do with World War Two and it turns out that the bones had been there for an incredibly long time they've been there for twelve hundred years but no one could be you're out quite what had killed the people in Skeleton Lake and it wasn't until the mid two thousand two thousand five that team went out there they examined the skeleton and the forensic evidence was very odd all of these bones the skeleton that similar injuries which is blunt force trauma the heads and shoulders but nothing that matched with what would have been an attack or a fight that they were just around like pummeled by golf balls exactly and it turns out that there is a folk song in the area that is the story of trespassers from another land and these people were actually travelers they were not local who were struck down by an angry goddess who reigned hailstones hard as iron from the sky and that is the that is the current consensus that the bones in Skeleton Lake were all travellers killed in a freak hailstorm it's just it's kind of one of these things that is hard to even wrap your mind around there it is and they're still up there and you can organize a hike up to the site that's amazing there's also an island in a cemetery in Bali Trenin cemetery that's famous tons of skulls on an island what's that all about again a another example of cultural differences around death but at trending cemetery this small village when a relative dies there can across a a lake on auto ferry ride and they're brought to this place where their bodies are essentially just laid on the ground in little thatched huts little sort of Straw thatched huts and overtime nature does its work and all that's left are the bones of your relatives and then and then these bones are taken up in there act at the base of this Banyan tree kind of reffing injury and you'd think that this might be sort of a gross place because they're our body he's kind of on the ground but in fact the tree itself puts out this like strong spicy sort of sent masks whatever other kind of bad smells would be there in the places it's quite peaceful and meditative and people come and spend time with the relatives there I've got the ashes of my mother in my living room on the shelf and at first I didn't know uncomfortable with that but I am in it's an exercise for us in our culture to not be afraid of death and realize it's part of life just like people in Bali would have this memorial to their loved ones who still are with them You know one of the most interesting sites in Europe is Madame Toussaud's wax salary and today it's a very commercial venture with the Michael Jackson and Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin but originally started out quite historic and it started out as quick a bloody tradition gives them the backstory of Madame Toussaud's Wax Gallery yeah I find this fast because these sort of madam too so wax museums are so touristy and they feel like such tourist traps but her story great Halloween Story and she's in the seventeen sixty s and she grew up with the anatomist stepfather who taught her about bodies anatomical examination and and she took this and and translated at a particularly bloody time in French history which is basically she was there during the French Revolution and supposedly would even wait at the base of the Guillotine for recently beheaded heads to roll down so she could do ladies of them in cast a death masks and then go and turn around and create a wax model of that figure and She had a real sense and a real flair for presentation and it's in one way it's something that connects her original work with these kinds of tourist traps today which is that after doing this work in France she left to kind of make her fortune she went to England and opened up a wax museum that was sort of half horror show half kind of criminals she made wax models of Birkin hair who are famous resurrection.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on On The Media

"A massive controversy erupted today over a proposal to possibly impose hindi as a language and all score what they released the new education policy which said that no matter your actual native language you might be a tumbled speaker. You might be good ratty speaker. You might be a bengali speaker but you must learn in the the proposal didn't go through this time then all the reporter says that in his speeches even the prime minister himself has changed the narrative of indian history when mr moody made his first speech in parliament five years back in twenty fourteen trauma as i'm just in the comments and you would have missed it. If you sort of one cute in muscles highly economically he basically said india is now just getting getting what twelve hundred years of slavery just this figure exemplifies a drastic shift in how india sees it's only the standard standard attitudes of industry is that india was under colonial rule for two hundred years which is under the british read the british. Basically i capture chill of power in india in seventeen fifty seven and then they leave in nineteen forty seven one hundred ninety two centuries of british colonialism usually the kingdom before that and not its colonial entities. Moody wants us to see them as colonial entities. That's because a large number of medieval stephen kingdoms in india were basically kingdoms by muslims so in the hindu to view of india that is also colonial rule much in the a sense of how british who is this is a very fringe view of extreme sort of pushes that india has been colonial power for thousand years. I asked political scientist christophe jeff hello what he would say to those who claim that india's history for the last seventy years was rewritten by the people who wanted to cover up a true hindu history. It's a science history. It's a social science but it's a science so you left to get archives..

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MLB Scoreboard

830 WCCO 24 Hour News

03:39 min | 1 year ago

MLB Scoreboard

"The golden goal for baseball was playing at target field, and they couldn't beat Oklahoma. They took the rubber game of the three game series five two to five answered runs. Played at target field on Saturday went back to seabird on Sunday. Scan. They were over at target field on Saturday at Sieber today. Oklahoma beat Minnesota five to two today. Let's take a look at where the big league scoreboard is right now still in progress down in Florida the Red Sox and the Ray is tied at three. Get this Red Sox. Eight and thirteen meanwhile, the raise our fourteen and seven so when the payroll division of payroll divisions, the raise a plan really good ball right now. And they're knotted at three in the eleventh at the Trump. Meanwhile, top of the night, Texas leading Houston in Arlington eleven to nine of course twins play in Houston tomorrow night. No, I three as mentioned a moment ago, Colorado leading Philadelphia four zero that came in the top of the eighth bottom of the seventy LA angels leading the Mariners six to one and Albert pool halls went by Babe Ruth on the RBI list. He continues to try or climb the all time home run list. So the great Albert pool halls. See if we can sneak peek at the box score and see what Albert's doing the game today. Jones lead the Mariners six to one. I'm trying to jump into this on the fly. And let's see if we can. Find out what Albert's do an in the ball game today. And doesn't even look like he's in the lineup today. So there you go taking the day off in the final game of that three-game series today between the angels and the Mariners. Meanwhile, a Blue Jays lead the is three to one in Oakland that came in the bottom of the six through six and San Diego, the Padres lead the reds four to one Padres playing five hundred ball at the moment. Coming up tonight. The Sunday night game Atlanta at Cleveland. The tribe playing good ball at twelve and eight and they need a victory to stay ahead of the twins twins right now twelve and seven percentage points actually, a half game ahead of the Indians for the moment in the division. And it'll be one skin Atlanta and Cleveland tonight here the finals from earlier in ten New York Kansas City seven to six oil struggling right out of the game. They're seven and fifteen. It was why shington beating Florida five zero than ten and ten the Marlins six and sixteen it's going to be a long year in south Florida. Meanwhile, the Tigers moved to ten and ten maybe the White Sox in Detroit for two three today. The pale hose fall to eight and twelve hundred year San Francisco beat of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Three to two today of the giants nine at fourteen the pirates twelve and seven off to a solid start the LA dodgers win in Milwaukee. Beating the brewers six to five today. The dodgers get the winning around the top of the ninth inning. The dodgers fifteen nine the brewers fall to thirteen and ten main while Saint Louis beat the New York Mets six two four at Bush the cardinals twelve and nine and the Chicago Cubs beat the Zona Diamondbacks. Two to one at Wrigley field in the cubs. Playing five hundred ball now at ten and ten. There's a lot of hand wringing their soul start, but the Cubbies bag contract and beat the Diamondbacks. Two to one in Europe today on the major

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Get ninety three trillion. Great us every dollar of the ninety three trillion to find a way to make sure the asteroid does not slam into the earth and turn us into. The dinosaurs not us ten to twelve of that to do that to research that aspect of it the rest of the money. Let's all work on rent fairness. Let's work on capping rent control. I mean while we're at it. Maybe some I don't know more park benches. No, no, that's not how you solve an emergency. I want every single dollar of our best people figuring out the best way to knock this gigantic asteroid out of the sky. And if I got ninety three trillion, I'm using every dollar I have until we don't need to spend any more money because we figured out a way not the asteroid out or build the giant force field around us or shoot it down with lasers. Whatever. But if climate change is that much of a pending crisis that I mean, we're gonna die. We're not going to be here in a decade or two decades. Then how is it that about ten percent of their budget goes to actually dealing with climate change? And the rest is all for economic socialist utopia. It's because they're full of it. That's why because they were we are going to be here in twelve years. And they know as well as we do we are going to be here in twelve years. I'm gonna be here in twelve hundred years, we're going to be here for a long time and climate change is not something government can fix and they know that and they also know that it's not even worth trying to fix it. Because the more they can use fear to scare the bejesus out of people. They will we've seen that before time, and again, whether it's immigration or climate change or anything else, they're happy to do it. They'll use that as a way to drive a wedge between people to get their way. So that they can get more money out of your pockets. But at the end of the day, this is all about socialism climate change is an excuse and this budget breakdown of their green new deal proves it. It's not about green in a sense of the environment. It's about green in the sense of the money. They wanna take from you and redistribute to everybody else under the guise of climate change and the impending. Doom. So that they can create utopia which never ever ever ever works. Eight five five three nine twelve ten eight five five three nine twelve ten showing a Monday straight ahead..

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"But also stressful the body, right? I was over working out as well. But again when you are sugar burner, and you're a carbohydrate dependent. You eat the carbs. You burn off the guy, you know, you are in this. And that's what you thought you had to do. I have to go put in time on that elliptical. So I did. And I actually achieved that I looked great. And what I was. Dying inside I was a mess, and then I started to fall apart. It also kind of gets eating disorders because you're kind of restricting and then you're over working out, and then you're dying for scarves. And so it it kind of created an eating disorder and at the end of the day. I used to think even though I had this fit body. And I'm starting to go off and these lead roles, I just thought is everyone else not talking about how they're thinking about food. All the time. Am I obsessed? I even looked into like overeaters anonymous. I almost never think about food now, which is where and people go, oh, that's not fun. Because when you're a food addict, the last thing, you want to be told is that you don't even think about food becau- or that. Oh my gosh. I get away with eating such less food now. And I remember hearing that I mean, like, I don't even want to quit because I don't even know what it's like to not want it. It's a messed up addiction. But it, but it happens and people that are listening. We'll know with food addiction. The only way to get out of that cycle is to manage your blood glucose in your dreams and the best way to do that as a paleo primal ancestral paradigm and part of that is chilling out. When I wanted to like torch, fat mice. I got fat twice the first one hypothyroidism. I fixed it with natural desiccated thyroid, which is a combination of T foreign t- three than that backfired. It wasn't converting. So the second time around when I got fat and bloated again. I was like oh my gosh. I was like all right. Well, I'm going to go to hot yoga because that's going to sizzle right? I'll do that five days a week I'm committed and I did and I was hungry afterwards. And I kept getting fatter around my middle because I was doing high intensity every day with no recovery by doesn't like that. So hard for me to slow down because I would haul ass up the mountain to go hiking because you think that the harder you work, the more you sweat. That's going to burn the fat. It's just ingrained in us. Right. And it's actually the opposite. So started tracking my heart rate, and I would make sure that on those walks. I really wouldn't go above do. The math atone scale, one eighty minus your age, whatever that number is a wouldn't really go. Over except for maybe once or twice a week in a sprint session or something. And I just chilled out in it felt awkward at first too, slowly. But you know, what it was more enjoyable? I wasn't hungry afterwards. Because when you're operating at that rate of cardio, your urine glucose, burn square, politic. So now, you're depleted at the end. Of course, you're going to want to refill it. But when she rather be burning fat. Now, our ancestors do think when they were like what's at the top of that hill. Did they run up? No, they're like we're going to chill out and run up there because if they over exhausted themselves, they would have become prey, you don't think about me driving a Hollywood four hours haven't had a meal, I'm having a meltdown. What do you think our ancestors? Did they went weeks they got kicked into ketosis during that time? They high fat, you know, probably extremely low carb, and they were not sugar burners. They were fat burners. There weren't any thyroid problems with our ancestors. We wouldn't be here today because infertility runs rampant when you when you have hypothyroidism because it's absolutely related your sex hormone. So in for. Ability and miscarriages. So we wouldn't even be here population wouldn't have happened. And when it hypothyroidism is first on the books that's around twelve hundred years ago. And interestingly enough it coincides with wheat and barley being introduced to their society. So paleo, primal ancestoral is really about managing blood glucose and your adrenals, you know, aside from insulin and those three things go hand in hand, you know, and so when you are in that state you can properly metabolize the hormones your body's already making what is up impact..

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"But I'm convinced that there is no comment at the end of last ice age. I wanna make a couple of points here. What the comet advocates are actually talking about is not technically the end of the last ice age. You're talking about what's known as the beginning of the younger dry s at ten thousand nine hundred fi C, which is twelve hundred years before the end of the last ice age the end of the last ice age. Ninety seven hundred feet. So I hate to get real technical here. But they're talking about twelve hundred years before the end of the last ice age, and what happened climatically is that it started to warm up before ten thousand nine hundred BC, then there was a drop in temperature. This is known as the beginning of the younger dry s that lasted for about twelve hundred years. And then there was a huge change in temperature rise in temperature instantaneously, literally instantaneously, essentially, we know from ice cores within a few weeks, probably literally overnight, and this was the technical and physical end of the last ice age ninety seven hundred PC. So the comment advocates have suggested that accommodate exploded over essentially Canada over northern North America caused I. All kinds of havoc. And through us, you know, made things a bit colder and start the younger dryest, which is all a nice scenario except that the evidence just doesn't hold up..

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We could talk about other things like other topics like the epidemic. A fatherless homes, which I was gonna talk about. Let me see what other stories we put together for you. People say, oh, you're not doing show prep anymore. What if I tell you? I'm doing as much show prep is I've done for all these twenty five years, but I've also decided to improvise more and actually talk about things that interest me. Now, we are through the election. So if I read a story pope decries that the wealthy few feast on what belongs to all. And I told you from the beginning that he is Lennon's pope that he is the first pope in twelve hundred years to have been selected hand selected the first non-european pope in twelve hundred years he was known left-winger he began as a bouncer. He's right out of the many novels. I've read like the red and the black where a young ambitious person in a in a branded society to get couldn't move up. You had a choice in the society of France at that time to choose the red of the military or the black of the priesthood. And this pope is clearly one of the most aggressive of the type who has moved right to the top of the Catholic hierarchy. Unfortunately, he's pushed his Marxism or as Leninism down the throats of millions of ignoring MRs and for him to attack the wealthy like this with such impunity requires pushback, it should not be done with impunity. Because when you let people feast on this resentment and class warfare that the pope is pushing it will result in a disaster for your Mandy as it has in the past most notably right near the pope's old home country while he was from Argentina look at what class warfare has done to his neighboring Venezuela, but go for go further back in history and look at class warfare and look at the mountains of human skulls in the Soviet Union. Look at the mountain of human skulls in in Cambodia, you'll understand what the pope's dangerous rhetoric could lead to. I guess you could summarize what I've been talking about is that. I'm in L A, and I went to hear Beethoven at the LA chamber orchestra. And I said I was forced to listen to the Getty who composed for Kubrick's two thousand and one. And although I was stunned by it in a way because it's all over the map it sure beats rap music. That's all that's all we're talking about. Now, we got other stuff. What's the regular meat and potatoes today that you're going to hear camera Harris time for congress to pass more gun control? You know, look camera harassed by comparing ice, the KKK and all the other stuff her viciousness exposed in the cavenaugh hearing she's finished. She's going nowhere. She's on a one-way ticket to Paluku Ville, the Obamas are on their way to becoming a billion dollar brand. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. The Obamas conned. Uber. Not me you talk about people pull the wool over people's eyes. I look right through the day. They arrived on the scene. They came to do. Good. And they did very well. Indeed. So you see I don't wanna talk about that. I was going to also talk about one in five army generals could not deploy for medical reasons or twenty sixteen which is laughable if it wasn't depressing. Fatherless homes, and then I've got great sound for you, which is Trump I should have gone to Arlington. Now, this is a sensitive topic. I think I'm the only conservative in the radio business who had the guts to say, Mr. Trump, President Trump, you should have gone to Arlington all of the other fake conservatives who attacked him for your straight and now liquors boots hoping to get a Pat on the head said nothing, but you know, what that offended me ended offended everyone in the military. And you know, at least he says, he should have gone in is the first time he ever admitted he made a mistake, which is great crazy. Jerry brown. Moonbeam says he takes advantage moonbeam. The president comes out to northern California Saturday, he goes to see the devastation with governor moonbeam and the incoming governor Newsom, and we'll give you some clean slate. We'll see what he does before we give them a nickname. Now. It is Troy named him any to some loosen when he was mayor. But we're not gonna continue that now that he's governor. We're not gonna call Gavin Newsom any to some some anymore. Because it doesn't apply and everyone doesn't care. No, one cares about any Newsom, Adam Abbas time, but nutjob Jerry Brown says in less than five years, even the worst climate change skeptics are going to be believers, do you know, how cynical and and sick. This man actually is to use. It the devastation of this fire to peddle his him. This is the same governor who built a train to nowhere for the billions of dollars in skim. You know, what I'm saying not gonna talk about it. Tijuana residents protesting migrant caravan want them to go home big deal. You know, let's go to the root cause of the mass migration out of El Salvador, and Honduras and Guatemala. I mean, you know, we're not looking at. It's like looking at the drug problem without looking at the end result of it or what's causing it. Why does so many people get addicted to opiates in this country? What you could blame the manufacturer. Why are people taking drugs that's number one? So the same thing is what's the root cause of the mass migration of people from El Salvador, Honduras and water Malla. Well, number one, the Magnin is the free stuff in this country because we're so stupid. We treat their children and them better than we treat our own poor. If you only knew what these children from these countries are getting the minute, they get here and compare it to the children in Detroit or other in the inner cities are living in in less than third world, squalor your hair would catch fire. Why are we giving all of these beautiful benefits to the poor children of Al, Sal? Alva- Dora Honduras Guatemala while the children, and our our inner cities are suffering. Do you have any answer to that? Chuck Schumer you loud mouth fraud. You you're big shooed liar. You what Pelosi you fraud? You're living in your billion dollar house up there Pacific Heights, washing their feet. Why don't you take five families? And then show us what you really made of. It's sickening. Hypocrisy is overwhelming. But look this is another old story. You think they're gonna change just because we're asking them to change their hatred for this nation, the liberals hatred for the nation is what's driving this? And unless you understand that never going to change no matter what Trump does how many times have I said to you as recently as a month ago that if Trump what to announce that on the side he was secretly working with scientists. They found the cure for let us say Alzheimer's disease, and he announced the cure for Alzheimer's disease. What did I tell you the legitimate left would say Trump's secretly had the cure for Alzheimer's disease for years? Why did he release it? Now, think of all the people who have suffered who didn't have to suffer. This is how sick they are. This is not a legitimate party anymore. The Democrats are no longer a legitimate party. There a party represents foreign interests. They should register as a foreign agent. But then that's never going to happen. Let's go back to the root cause of why they're leaving El Salvador Honduras, Guatemala. Okay. Well, we number one. They know that coming to the land of milk, and Honey, and they don't have to work. That's a no brainer. Why would they be willing to pay drug gangs to smuggle them in so much money? Eight thousand dollars a lot of money. It's a lifetime life savings. Well, you get to the land the milk, and Honey and the doors open for you, you get everything for nothing everything free in America. I wanna be and it's an old story. I wanna be in America. Remember that play for the nineteen fifties. I forget what it was called. I wanna be in America, everything free in America nation of morons. And I'm a former social worker in New York City. So I know what free stuff is given to the so-called poor. I know how they scam the system too. So number one is the draw the tremendous benefits the minute you get over this border. That are wait you that has to be stopped. We cannot give away the store while we have poor of our own. But now, let's go to the root cause not only the free stuff here, which dry brings them in or drug attracts them. What drives them? Out of these hell holes, or as Trump called it something to begins with an S, not an H these worst countries on the planet. What's going on in El Salvador and hunters? Well, you got gangs gangs are threatening the families people work hard for a living. Why do you think every restaurant in America every construction site in America's filled with people from these nations and their hardworking people? Let's not let's not forget a hard. They work the the men work real hard here. But why do they leave because they're targeted by gangs? If they stay there. Well, who are these gangs where these gangs come from? Well, many of these gangs are made in America. I mean, look, I know the whole picture here. Don't think I'm one of these gringos who doesn't see the whole picture some heartless Gringo number one. I'm an immigrant, son. A number two. I know the story former social worker just sitting up. If you're on a high horse looking down. So you got the gangs that have basically taken over these countries, which loyalist the police cannot touch them, and they're afraid of them the military's hide behind their forts. They do virtually nothing because they're also afraid of them. So the countries are run by gangs, where are these gangs start from these gangs are American bred. These are people who left America and went back there. Did you know that they don't even speak Spanish, in many cases, they speak Spanish from their years living in the San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas and other cities. So the people are terrified of them, and who are these gangs targets. They don't target the older people. I don't know if you know that they basically ignore them. They target the young because they wanna recruit them as smugglers gang members. So the the parents are terrified they don't want their children winding up in one of these violent gangs. Do they so they're willing to risk their life savings and their lives? To be smuggled in across the border, go through a desert, a nightmare and come to the promised land of milk. And Honey, it's a human tragedy of epic proportions. It is a human tragedy of epic proportions. Let's not overlook at before we continue our little discussion a yeoman tragedy of epic proportions. What is the solution to the human tragedy going on in those countries where the gangs have taken over the nation? The gangs are not a law. I don't have an answer if add an answer someone else would have the answer said in the UN their weapons would be confiscated. They be put into a barrel of tar within three minutes. You and army. He said send the the US army got said them into El Salvador, see how long they last with these hardened gang members. They wouldn't last two seconds. They'd be stripped naked and thrown into into the desert and their weapons would be. So the UN isn't the answer. They useless. So what is the answer? I don't know the answer. Tell me the answer to abject, poverty and an insatiable thirst for drugs here in Gringo land. Yeah, you blame yourself. Blame yourself while you coke heads. All you co cads can't get enough co Kanye that's the whole answer as well. Maybe the answer is legalization you ever think about that one..

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

The Box Of Oddities

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

"Crown jewels so allegedly what happened was twelve hundred years ago a viking took a dump and somehow it survived for twelve hundred years intact that's amazing they can tell they can tell what he was eating he or she i mean it's half a pound assuming you know it's a he but then again they were viking so i don't know it's true it's true and so often the poops were all mixed together because people would you know poop in a central place well sometimes but every once in a while you know some poops outside the the regular spots yup those are singular solitary exceptional pieces of excrement no my thought is did it survive because of its enormous size or are we just lucky that it survived end it was of such enormous size because i'm a little jealous i have to say i am not i worry about how his butthole felt after that must've been a little bit like giving birth i would think a huge hole birth you can check it out online for yourself so i'm thinking about this you know this guy is viking twelve hundred years ago amuses me your you can't just stick to the history of it that you're like imagine imagine what his life was like and what led up to that foul movement i think it would have gone something like this it was a rainy afternoon sometime around nine forty six ad in the viking settlement of your book in what is now modern day your kingland i think it was a wednesday a small group of vikings was just finishing up their midday meal of roast mutton when one of the vikings let's call them doug casually excused himself and retreated to the privy which inviting times often meant a road just outside the get i i gotta go pinch fjord who tried in vain over the past few days to relieve the searing abdominal cramps that had been plaguing his every waking hour a steady diet of mutton can do that to a guy his wife was constantly saying for the love of thord doug will you eat a salad but doug being a strong independent viking would have none however the days of trying and failing to relieve discomfort had weighed heavily on his already overburdened viking soul dimension is lower gastro intestinal track but odin be praised today would be different in as doug squatted in the road with carts drawn by oxen lumbering around him he produced the most magnificent viking third in the history of your attorney so incredible that it would echo down through history and one day in the distant future be displayed in a museum where people queue up in the heat for hours just to catch a glimpse of it in dear we say touch it some people say the ancient viking pu has magical healing powers okay nobody's ever said that but it'd be really cool if it did now proud doug would have been you see he would have said nothing evil ever comes from a diet consisting only of mutton nothing well that's lovely bow let me get to beautiful story that was really creative thanks who he painted a picture that's how it went in my head enjoy throw world that's what happened you're welcome like finding a box of human remains in your attic but without all those nagging detectives and reporters at your door this is the box of oddities so it's your turn to go in when i say that i mean give a story not create a fossilized poop unless you want to and that's fine we live in an amazing time and we've been hearing a lot about dna because you know the golden state killer was caught through familiarly a and what that means for future cold cases at or or current cold cases that could be solved in the future because of that dna and it got me thinking about forensics in general and how how far we've come and so i thought we delve a little bit into the early days of forensic science so of course the ancient world lacked standardized forensic practices which aided criminals and escaping punishment i mean there are a lot of us just had to not be seen and you can pretty much get away with it criminal investigations and trials heavily relied on forced confessions and witness testimony however ancient sources do contain several accounts of techniques that foreshadow concepts in free science.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Squashing flounder it wasn't a salmon here's another planet looking flounder mind you that lapping sound is the gentle slope of the incoming tide hitting my green waterproof waiters i'm about chest deep in the waters of the solway firth which is abroad with the asterik divides england from scotland on the west of the british mainland on on here to witness metting which is an ancient type of fishing this is the most basic form of fishing ever going to get all the issues and that's gonna be a stick it's about the age old lear of the big catch in the thrill of holding your dinner after the sea in the net switching the net he's a little bitter ohio henri paul you're next now now died the to bring the fish in the sitting in the halls hopefully just out to say so very short time we might be on with marc bessant who is chairman of the half letters well it in the middle of the soul with with a incoming and what we're doing is tough neither fisher reputedly the land viking all when they faced which were sixteen seventeen foot long have nothing was brought to the solway twelve hundred years ago by the vikings scandinavian raiders is a smallscale affair one fisher to time but mark messenger at a few halfnaked enthusiasts still catch salmon and sea trout the way the vikings did the found at the fish within the software and the thought that we could make a few quid little bit efficient so what they actually did was the mid being out of those two legs either side lifting stick in the middle followed by twelve foot met behind it the best way that i can think of describing this is the actually looks a bit like a football goal doesn't that do you bar which would be the ancient viking all then you've got you to post on either end and you've got the net that's the kind of flowing out with the tide and that's why you hoping you fisher gonna go we hope an official comment what you do is you just hold onto it and then you feel the fish hit the back of the net is it only in this part of the world why you get half net fishing now it's it's the last place left in the world that does have net fishing i think there is a commonality across the world fishing communities say the thing that links them is that this is literally the last livelihood which is the hunter gatherer livelihood that's callum robots professor of marine conservation the university of york in the uk tens of thousands of years people have pitted themselves against nature in order to gather food and hunt food to keep people alive and communities going and the fishing industry is really the last of those huntergatherers as we are going out that to find animals and bring them back for food and livelihood that's great uniting thing it's a it's a primordial instinct.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Which is a rare and ancient type of fishing this is the most basic form of fishing ever going to get on all easies and that's going to be the stick this is the bbc world service i'm cavs graham and this week on the why factor we're asking why even it's dangerous or in conflict with the authorities if it makes no economic sense or contradict conservation advice to people all around the world want to catch fish it's about the age old you're of the big catch in the thrill of holding your dinner after the sea in that switching the metric he's a little video henry and then pull your next buck change now a fluke died on the main floor will bring the fish in sitting in the halls hopefully just out to say so a very short time we might be fishing with mark messenger who is chairman of the half metres society well in the middle of the cell with with a income inside what we're do is huffman fishing h reputedly the length of the liking knows when they fist which was sixteen and seventeen foot long nothing was brought to the solway twelve hundred years ago bonded bikes scandinavian raiders it's a smallscale affair one fisher to time but monk messenger at a few half net enthusiasts still catch salmon and sea trout the way the vikings did the found that fish within the soul and the thought that could make a few little bit efficient so what they actually did was the med often being out of ause to decide on lifting stick in the middle followed by twelve foot met behind it the best way i can think of describing this is the actually looks like a football gold isn't it you've got your bar which would be the ancient viking or then you've got you to post on either end and you've got the net that's that kind of flowing out with the tide and that's why you hoping you fisher gonna go official what you do is you just hold onto it and then you feel the fish hit the back of the net is it only in this part of the world where you get half net fishing now it's it's the last place left in the world that does half net fishing i think there is a commonality across the world among fishing communities say the thing that links them is that this is literally the the last livelihood which is the hunter gatherer livelihood callum robots professor of marine conservation the university of york in the uk tens of thousands of years people have pitted themselves against nature in order to gather food and hunt food to keep people alive and communities going and the fishing industry is really the last of those huntergatherers we are going out there to find animals and bring them back for food and livelihood you that's that's great uniting thing.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I got piombo daily other students go back to the sixth century when columba went to scotland to evangelize the scotties picks and they are meeting in the shade and lots who was an akwa tell us mature attacking people who are the look and it's actually the oldest nisshi document is on east eighth century manuscript in swiss light but he was a student most of this nasty document is twelve hundred years old now let's talk about how you got interested in this roland and i assume this happened to you when you were in your younger days yeah well i can my use when i was a young lad i was watching t dinosaur as a law of kids and i not sleeping on the drive from lock nash stay latched onto the students coming from lock national possibly some kind of a quasi business this will be seen regularly this is back in the seventies whenever kindergarten and i my interest is generated in sendai followed this study for years and years ago i decided to start my own blog and basically defend the look nationalist linked up at coast to coast am dot com for you rolling i will always remember that one picture of this creature whatever it may be with this long neck sticking out of the lock what is that that is the most fema image ultimo on stuff and it's cold the substance photograph it was taken in april nineteen thirty four i kenneth luthan who was visiting the lock and on the.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"They uncovered in colorado and it looks like it dates back to eight hundred eighty so no it wasn't white people who were hobbling people but it was twelve hundred years ago they found one of the largest mass of bones that had peop from people who had been slaves and were hobbled and also eaten it was the largest a configuration and find of cannibalism on our planet right here in colorado well it wasn't colorado then was it but here it is people that are hobbled because they can't walk away from their work if they are hobbled if you hobble someone which means you injure you break you tear the tissue off of their ankles and their bones in their feet so they cannot leave their workspace you think you're suffering in your cubicle guess again this hobbling has occurred in many countries all over the planet and the deal is is i feel that we are hobbling ourselves and we are hobbling those that don't even know they're being hobbled because there are their dignity as children are it's not being taught to them that they can create their lives that they can actually build something for themselves you know when i was a kid it was like what can i deal i have these things what can i do with them now it's i don't like that one i want another one what can i get and this is what these children are being taught i see it firsthand and what they don't know is that for all of what they can get what's being taken from them is the absolute most important thing you can have and that self worth you know we came into the show today with the bridge that i call shot and one of the things i included was fame by david bowie and frankly mr shankly which is more see from the early ninety s this song talks about fate fame he can't believe it can play hideous tricks on the brain but still i'd rather be famous than righteous or holy any day any day any day and when you think about.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Twelve hundred years of sectarian violence over whom did muhammed pick as his rightful heir we're going to fix all that and what what does a book allegedly chronicling the words and exploits of a man who could not read or write and wasn't composed in written form until hundreds of years after his death what does it and does it not say they have been they had been destroying each other over the sand dunes since the united states of america was a gleam in the creators high more than a thousand almost a thousand years before the pilgrims just by luck landed at plymouth rock i mean isabel and ferdinand i believe we're the first royalty in spain to come out of the post creek me my catholic history todd but i believe they were the first spanish monarchy post muslim khan more conquest of portugal and spain i'm not i mean you're in the ballpark if they weren't they were amongst the first generations that came out of that and you know they're the commission commissioned christopher columbus to send off the world at you're describing why they could take their eye off one ball and move on to another i mean that that is exactly what happened they had finally put a constant threat to bed and could not look to the west instead of to the east and who was the constant threat his lung islam was rome didn't really end with the visigoths to germanic cords coming over the wall when didn't rome really in the sacking of constantinople which is where turning turkey and it's now called establ.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Five eighteen ninety one here in downtown in arbor he might even have a copy of it if anybody would in our area he would and i'm very proud to say that he's a sponsor of the scheldt so we have a caller i think gary on the line right now let's put him on derek gary welcome back to the show hi good afternoon you know you're talking about ancient egypt and i think it's important for people to realize that ancient egypt sounds of quaint but it's much bigger than that you know the dynasties of egypt there's twelve to fifteen of but the each dynasty was between eight and twelve hundred years so we're talking about a very long span of time were egypt had to cultivate itself and grow and change and all of that out there in the desert someplace and it's just fascinated 'cause we've been finding it slowly but surely but they're still vast more out there that we have to i was just thinking about that gary yesterday when i was putting the finishing touches on the show and stuff and i thought my god what a perfect place to be able to have buried civilization the perfect preserver in those hot western sands right and you've got the nile valley you've got you can look at photographs of it from the you know hill really kind of like a mountain there looming above the valley of the kings were a lot of the new kingdom pharaohs are buried is you know but when you're up there you can see the desert where it actually ends and then the cultivated fields going toward the towns and then of course you see the incredible ribbon of the nile passing through and going off into the far distance it is incredible and the fact that that is preserved like you say many millennia of adoption civilization in those sands is just incredible right and you have to remember to up until i don't know the date but.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hi steve treasury shadow dog same to make her request the governor is and you get you know twelve hundred year two thousand here we have a national emergency president has but they missed power to federalize the national guard under federal control on the commander in chief now federal troops i'm ordering i am ordering two thousand mara governor now can shine them all visit to replace national emergency governor brown california national lucy governor brown of oregon i'm federalizing your national guard a mortaring ten thousand california five thousand from oregon five thousand from washington state you wanna be rebel stakes against me in the federal government well you governors get ready to go to federal prison and all the rest of you supporting them i'm the commander in chief i'm not shadow boxing and you know what happens then thousand on the border mexico has to match on the other side that's what i want then nobody gets through who isn't checked out on both sides with a hundred thousand american troops on our side and mexico puts one hundred thousand on their side good and then we're going to check out everybody going through and the slows down to where you gotta wait a minute get in line to cross your racist for saying this robber you're a racist you're racist that's what they tell us aren't you a racist for saying this to be an american you mean robber you wanna protect our border you want to protect our way of life you're just a racist from the eighteen hundreds come back again and watch out thank god.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Okay i'm being set up for joke like i know it's coming and then yes lands i think of our kids trying to teach our kids humor yeah yes like my sister four year old how to tell a joke i never learn the conventions unspoken rules to joke yeah and my four year old tells these jokes aren't funny but because he tells them by the onetwothree pattern yeah he thinks that's what makes it funny right but learning learning pedder yes yes so it'd be like an aunt cry and then a book fell down and the jello fell out of the bowl and who laugh or something and because he's thinks try yeah that's a good analogy though on a smaller level a smaller level and and so but he's to give yes yeah western film let's do it this doing okay so let's pretend to twelve hundred years into the future and postapocalyptic scene and archaeologists discover in the ruins of hollywood this old film vault and they find all these cans of old western films and so then they're given to some future university professor of film history and so then he spends all summer watching them all and then i go to robert alter quote here he says so so our future film critic notices that in eleven of the twelve films the sheriff herro has the same anomalous neurological trait of hyper reflexively no matter what the situation in which is adversaries confront him he's always able to pull his gun out of its holster and fire before they can even if they're already poised with her own weapon.

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"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twelve hundred years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Extend allston dolls right i have a statue of it in my house stendhal wrote the red and the black and it was about an ambitious young man in a stagnant france who wanted to get ahead and move up in society and he had two choices to roads in those days the only place for a poor boy to move if he wanted fame and fortune was either through the through the black of the church meaning the black costume or the red of the military uniform the red and the black it's a fabulous novel and so people who've had ambition have used god before as we have phony preachers in america you know the type of the court in cars with boys outside the church many of those those who cry with fake tears and have you send in the shackles and occurs religions why do you assume that this man can't be a charlatan this pope is the first non european pope in twelve hundred years where did he come from how did he get engineered into that position well i don't even care all i know is that he's like obama he came from nowhere to be put into a position of power at around the same time that obama was foisted upon the american people to bring about world government this pope was forced to the pawn the catholic church to bring about world government and then one man by accident became president donald trump and through the entire world off its orbit and that's what really happened here but let's go back to this pope francis there is no help and he called himself a revolutionary.

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