Viral respiratory infection
Sarah Gilbert is the Said Professor of Vaccinology at the University of Oxford. She works on vaccines for many different emerging pathogens, including influenza, Nipah, MERS, Lassa, Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever, and in 2020, she initiated the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine project. Working with Oxford colleagues she is able to take novel vaccines from design to clinical development, with a particular interest in the rapid transfer of vaccines into manufacturing and first in human trials. She is the Oxford Project Leader for ChAdOx1 nCoV-19, a vaccine against the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 which is now in use in many countries around the world. Read more in her book Vaxxers: A Pioneering Movement in Scientific History
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Last week, Adrian Jones, Daoyu Zhang, Steven Massey, Yuri Deigin, Louis Nemzer, and Steven Quay reported out on an ingenious analysis of genomic datasets from NCBI that indicate a lab in Wuhan was performing potentially risky genetic engineering manipulations on a novel coronavirus that was previously unreported. The manipulation? Inserting a MERS spike protein into a previously unreported coronavirus. MERS has a case fatality rate of over 30%. What is clear from the analysis is that at least one lab in Wuhan was performing risky gain-of-function research on unreported coronaviruses before the pandemic started, the kind that could have created SARS-CoV-2. It also shows that risky GOF research is being conducted in Wuhan that has no identifiable medical benefit, but has the potential to create a pandemic level pathogen. Today I interview Steven Massey, a professor of bioinformatics that has been actively researching the origin of SARS-CoV-2 since the pandemic began and one of the authors of this significant discovery. We discuss the paper, how his team discovered this novel engineered coronavirus from Wuhan, and what it means in the search for the origin of COVID-19...
Steve Mers is on the pod. You've heard us talk about him before but if not I retell the story real quick at the beginning of my first time doing comedy. We talked to him about comedy, film, and of course the goings on in the news. This part is the second half because I figured we should get the news out first. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brownpetridish/support
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En tiempos en los que estamos dejando atrás esta pandemia y estamos ya comenzado a perder el miedo a los contagios, me ha parecido que podría ser interesante asomarnos al mundo de los patógenos y de las enfermedades infecciosas, en general, y analizar con tranquilidad, antes de que aparezca el SARS-CoV-3, cómo estaba la situación hace algo más de veinte años y cómo estamos en la actualidad. En noviembre de 2002 decía que había 1.415 organismos patógenos para el ser humano, actualmente no solamente parece haberse extinguido ninguno sino que hemos debido añadir al menos tres más, el SARS-CoV-1, el primer coronavirus que casi causa una catástrofe planetaria, el MERS, el segundo coronavirus que pudo causarla, y el SARS-CoV-2, el coronavirus que finalmente causó la pandemia de COVID-19. Esos 1.418 patógenos suponen mucho menos del 1% de todas las especies de microorganismos que habitan la Tierra. Es una suerte que así sea, pero ¿cuál es la razón? Hoy la explica Jorge Laborda en este podcast.
En tiempos en los que estamos dejando atrás esta pandemia y estamos ya comenzado a perder el miedo a los contagios, me ha parecido que podría ser interesante asomarnos al mundo de los patógenos y de las enfermedades infecciosas, en general, y analizar con tranquilidad, antes de que aparezca el SARS-CoV-3, cómo estaba la situación hace algo más de veinte años y cómo estamos en la actualidad. En noviembre de 2002 decía que había 1.415 organismos patógenos para el ser humano, actualmente no solamente parece haberse extinguido ninguno sino que hemos debido añadir al menos tres más, el SARS-CoV-1, el primer coronavirus que casi causa una catástrofe planetaria, el MERS, el segundo coronavirus que pudo causarla, y el SARS-CoV-2, el coronavirus que finalmente causó la pandemia de COVID-19. Esos 1.418 patógenos suponen mucho menos del 1% de todas las especies de microorganismos que habitan la Tierra. Es una suerte que así sea, pero ¿cuál es la razón? Hoy la explica Jorge Laborda en este podcast.
Depuis le début du 21ème siècle, les épidémies se succèdent : MERS, Ebola, Zika, Chikungunya, Sars-Cov2, variole du singe. Des virus issus du monde animal. Face à ce constat, le monde scientifique s'organise : la surveillance, de plus en plus performante s'intensifie. Pour mieux se prémunir et réagir face à ce risque épidémique, une approche est devenue incontournable : comprendre, surveiller et mieux protéger les interfaces Homme-animal. Partout dans le monde.
Why Are Gas Stoves Under Fire? If you were online at all last week, you probably encountered conversations about gas stoves. The sudden stove discourse was sparked by a comment made by a commissioner on the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) to a Bloomberg reporter, in which the commissioner discussed plans to regulate gas stoves. Those comments morphed via repetition into inaccurate rumors of an impending ban on stoves fueled by ‘natural gas,' or methane, currently used in around 38% of US homes. The CPSC later clarified that the agency was “researching gas emissions in stoves and exploring new ways to address health risks,” but was not looking to ban gas stove use. That said, studies have found that gas stoves are a major source of indoor air pollution, and can emit nitrogen oxides that have been found to exacerbate asthma symptoms. Last summer, the American Medical Association adopted a resolution informing physicians of the stoves' link to asthma. A report published in December estimates that over 12% of childhood asthma cases may be attributable to gas stove emissions. The stove debate flares beyond asthma, however. Some municipalities, including New York City, are moving to phase out the use of natural gas in new construction for reasons related to climate change. And Washington state has put in place rules mandating the use of electric heat (with fossil fuel-derived heating allowed as a backup option) in new construction this year. Rebecca Leber, senior reporter covering climate at Vox, joins Ira to explain the heated words over gas stove use, and how they fit into a larger battle over fossil fuel usage and climate change. What Will The Next Generation Of COVID-19 Vaccines Look Like? The first COVID-19 vaccine was approved just over two years ago. Since then, the virus continues to mutate. With each new variant, the virus seems to evade our current vaccines more effectively, faster than we can make effective new mRNA boosters. Coronaviruses frequently spill over from animals to humans, like the original SARS and MERS viruses, which are both types of coronaviruses. Researchers are working on the next generation of coronavirus vaccines that aim to protect us against multiple emerging variants—and even prevent future pandemics. Ira talks with Dr. Pamela Bjorkman, professor of biology and bioengineering at the California Institute of Technology, about her work to develop a vaccine that would protect against several types of coronaviruses. And later, Ira talks with Dr. Akiko Iwasaki, professor of immunobiology and molecular, cellular, and developmental biology at Yale University, about the nasal vaccine she's researching and the hurdles in bringing it to market. The Sweet Song Of The $7 Violin Stringed instruments can be a joy to the ears and the eyes. They're handcrafted, made of beautiful wood, and the very best ones are centuries old, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, or sometimes even millions. But there's a new violin in the works—one that's 3D-printed. It costs just a few bucks to print, making it an affordable and accessible option for young learners and classrooms. Dr. Mary-Elizabeth Brown is a concert violinist and the founder and director of the AVIVA Young Artists Program in Montreal, Quebec, and she's been tinkering with the design of 3D-printed violins for years. She talks with Ira about the science behind violins, the design process, and how she manages to turn $7 worth of plastic into a beautiful sounding instrument. Learn more about the project, as well as its progress, beta testing, and release date at www.printaviolin.com. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
Après l'excellent Radyo Siwèl en 2018, Mélissa Laveaux est de retour avec un nouvel et quatrième album studio : Mama Forgot Her Name Was Miracle, un disque spirituel, poétique et hautement émancipatoire. ⇒ Facebook de Mélissa Laveaux. À ses débuts en 2008, Mélissa Laveaux se faisait déjà alchimiste de la chanson au fil de son premier album Camphor & Copper (No Format), dévoilant les contours de sa cosmogonie : une guitare offerte par son père à 13 ans, des textes poétiques en anglais et en créole, une voix féline, une folkblues hantée où réside un mystère. Celle qui a fait ses armes de militante dans le milieu punk-fém d'Ottawa poursuivra son chemin de musique en traversant l'Atlantique pour s'installer à Paris où elle vit désormais et donner naissance à Dying Is A Wild Night (No Format, 2013), un deuxième opus largement inspiré par ce voyage initiatique. Le déracinement fait partie intégrante de l'ADN musical de Mélissa Laveaux : avant elle, ses parents ont fui Haïti pour Montréal au Canada quand sa grande idole, la résistante haïtienne Martha Jean-Claude, chantait son île chérie depuis Cuba, où elle s'est réfugiée dans les années 50 alors que sévissait la dynastie Duvalier. Et c'est en partie pour restaurer ce lien perdu avec Haïti, pour guérir l'exil, qu'avec Radyo Siwèl (No Format, 2018), Mélissa Laveaux puisait en ethnomusicologue dans ses traditions musicales pour en exhumer comptines et chants perdus, nous rappelant aussi combien la musique peut être un instrument de résistance politique. Après une tournée triomphale qui s'achevait au Trianon à Paris en octobre 2019, la guitariste, chanteuse et poétesse se dévoile à présent sous un jour plus intime. À 37 ans, Mélissa Laveaux explore aujourd'hui la dimension thérapeutique et spirituelle de la musique en revisitant une forme ancestrale : la berceuse. Car si les rituels et les modèles dont on hérite sont parfois défaillants, dépassés voire rétrogrades, libre à nous d'innover ! Avec Mama Forgot Her Name Was Miracle, Mélissa Laveaux ré-ensauvage donc la berceuse en convoquant de puissantes voix d'outre-temps pour créer une toute nouvelle mythologie. Alternative. Moderne. Subversive. Car changer les légendes, c'est changer le présent. En archiviste des luttes féministes et sociales, en passeuse, Mélissa Laveaux fait donc appel à une communauté d'héroïnes que l'Histoire a oubliées ou volontairement mises à la marge. Autant d'archétypes dont le talent, le culot, l'engagement, la résilience et la grande liberté constituent pour la musicienne une source d'inspiration inépuisable. Ainsi d'un titre à l'autre croise-t-on Harriet Tubman, Jackie Shane, Audre Lorde, Helen Stephens, la déesse Lilith, La Papesse Jeanne, Ching Shih, Alice Walker, James Baldwin, Faith Ringgold, Ana Mendieta ou encore Alexis Pauline Gumbs... Tour à tour guérisseuses et guerrières, les membres de ce chœur-courage se sont affirmées en refusant de se contenter de survivre, de se soumettre à des normes assignées ou de subir un destin qu'elles n'avaient pas choisi. A l'image de Jackie Shane, pionnière transgenre de la soul canadienne dont les chants d'amour révolutionnaires ont ouvert la voie à tant d'autres. A l'image de Ching Shih, travailleuse du sexe chinoise qui préféra devenir la pirate la plus respectée des Mers du Sud au début du XIXe siècle. À l'image encore d'Harriet Tubman, ancienne esclave afro-américaine qui a aidé des centaines d'autres opprimé.e.s à retrouver les routes de la liberté. Trait-d'union immémorial entre les mondes et les cultures, musicothérapie originelle, musique-sorcière par excellence, la berceuse demeure sans doute le premier geste de soin, le chant d'amour le plus pur. Un rituel magique qui chez Mélissa Laveaux regorge d'incantations, de prières et de clés, mystiques ou métaphoriques, pour trouver la force de déconstruire ses peurs, transcender ses traumatismes et renaître guérie – ou au moins aguerrie. Collier d'amulettes électriques porté par une conversation rythmique entre les Caraïbes et l'Afrique de l'Ouest, Mama Forgot Her Name Was Miracle dit alors : «Osons vivre ! Férocement, libres et flamboyant.e.s ! #subjectivation». L'union fait la force, l'adage a déjà fait ses preuves, ainsi Mélissa Laveaux s'entoure donc d'une brigade sûre de sorciers du son. Citons notamment à la réalisation Guillaume Ferran (Griefjoy, Julien Doré, Victor Solf), Fin Greenall aka Fink (Ninja Tunes) ou Mathieu Senechal (Charlotte Cardin). Aux instruments : Voyou (trompette, clarinette), Clyde Rabatel (claviers, piano), Mathieu Gramoli (batterie), Steve Yameogo (basse, guitare), Sébastien Delage (guitare). Sans oublier quelques invité.e.s de choix qui viennent ajouter un peu de leur magie au tout : November Ultra («Rosewater»), Dope Saint Jude («Half a Wizard, Half a Witch») et Oxmo Puccino («Lilit»). Dans Mama Forgot Her Name Was Miracle, Mélissa Laveaux met sa poésie militante et son groove folk-punk au service d'une pop atypique, mobilisant ces super-pouvoirs que sont le don, la créativité, la joie, la beauté, la métamorphose ou encore l'intuition. Pour nous et pour elle-même, Mélissa Laveaux réactive ainsi, en formidable conteuse des eaux profondes, une force vitale miraculeuse qui contrairement aux apparences n'est jamais totalement anéantie. Un grand album, à découvrir en live dans cette émission et le 20 janvier 2023 au Théâtre du Châtelet. Titres interprétés au Grand studio - La Baleine Live RFI voir le clip - Rosewater, Feat. November Ultra, extrait de l'album voir le clip - Half Wizard, Half Witch Live RFI voir le clip. Line Up : Mélissa Laveaux (guitare-voix). Son : Benoît Letirant, Fabien Mugneret. Playlist de Mélissa Laveaux - Bulerias de un caballo malo - Ralphie Choo - Pisonia prologue - Tora-i voir le clip - The Truth - Sampa the Great - Ayuwe - Martha Da'ro. ► Album Mama Forgot Her Name Was Miracle (Twanet 2022).
In today's episode, Shelley and Phil hang with two of the coolest people in Coeur D'alene, Joy and Curt Grady who also own Bottle Joy. We find out some important information regarding O-Holes, BJ's, being tight isn't always a bad thing and all of these are NOT what you're thinking! And Phil makes a blunder which he acknowledges right away. Be sure to listen at the 60-minute mark for an AMAZING announcement that came out of the blue as well as watch out for a Wine Time Fridays first! It's time to say, #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #Cheersing#Shenaniger #BulldogJoyWines this episode:2019 Rancho Victoria Castello di Amorosa Barbera
Pastor (Common Ground NYC), church planter (Kindom Collective), and practitioner of the Circle Way, Chantilly Mers, embodies reverence - in everything from her writings, to singing, to conversations with strangers. In part two of our conversation, our modern ecological crisis; attending to the soil that will cultivate deep reverence; and the power of slowing down.
Première partie - chapitre 5 : A l'aventure !Proposé par audiolude.frNarrateur : Alain Couchot"Le voyage de l'Abraham-Lincoln, pendant quelque temps, ne fut marqué par aucun incident. Cependant une circonstance se présenta, qui mit en relief la merveilleuse habileté de Ned Land, et montra quelle confiance on devait avoir en lui.Au large des Malouines, le 30 juin, la frégate communiqua avec des baleiniers américains, et nous apprîmes qu'ils n'avaient eu aucune connaissance du narwal. Mais l'un d'eux, le capitaine du Monroe, sachant que Ned Land était embarqué à bord de l'Abraham-Lincoln, demanda son aide pour chasser une baleine qui était en vue. Le commandant Farragut, désireux de voir Ned Land à l'œuvre, l'autorisa à se rendre à bord du Monroe. Et le hasard servit si bien notre Canadien, qu'au lieu d'une baleine, il en harponna deux d'un coup double, frappant l'une droit au cœur, et s'emparant de l'autre après une poursuite de quelques minutes !Décidément, si le monstre a jamais affaire au harpon de Ned Land, je ne parierai pas pour le monstre.La frégate prolongea la côte sud-est de l'Amérique avec une rapidité prodigieuse. Le 3 juillet, nous étions à l'ouvert du détroit de Magellan, à la hauteur du cap des Vierges. Mais le commandant Farragut ne voulut pas prendre ce sinueux passage, et manœuvra de manière à doubler le cap Horn.L'équipage lui donna raison à l'unanimité. Et en effet, était-il probable que l'on pût rencontrer le narwal dans ce détroit resserré ? Bon nombre de matelots affirmaient que le monstre n'y pouvait passer, « qu'il était trop gros pour cela ! »Le 6 juillet, vers trois heures du soir, I'Abraham Lincoln, à quinze milles dans le sud, doubla cet îlot solitaire, ce roc perdu à l'extrémité du continent américain, auquel des marins hollandais imposèrent le nom de leur villa natale, le cap Horn. La route fut donnée vers le nord-ouest, et le lendemain, l'hélice de la frégate battit enfin les eaux du Pacifique.« Ouvre l'œil ! ouvre l'œil ! » répétaient les matelots de l'Abraham Lincoln.Et ils l'ouvraient démesurément. Les yeux et les lunettes, un peu éblouis, il est vrai, par la perspective de deux mille dollars, ne restèrent pas un instant au repos. Jour et nuit, on observait la surface de l'Océan, et les nyctalopes, dont la faculté de voir dans l'obscurité accroissait les chances de cinquante pour cent, avaient beau jeu pour gagner la prime."
In today's episode, Shelley and Phil reminisce about the year 2022, which wraps up tomorrow, over a 2006 Champagne in honor of National Champagne Day, which is tomorrow, New Years Eve. This year, we've had a total of 23 guests during 13 separate episodes and featured 121 different wines. It's been a busy year for sure and we are so grateful to those of you who have listened to our podcast. For the last time this year, #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #CheersingWines this episode:2006 Gardet Prestige Charles Millesime Champagne
Pastor (Common Ground NYC), church planter (Kindom Collective), and practitioner of the Circle Way, Chantilly Mers, embodies reverence - in everything from her writings, to singing, to conversations with strangers. In part one, Chantilly offers some generous and helpful insights about what we gain when we attend to what we cannot take for granted; and how the gentle experience of being held by our mother - nature - is a wondrous place to begin.
Infectious diseases which cause epidemics and pandemics are on the rise. Claudia Hammond is joined by an eminent panel of disease detectives, who spell out why the risks are increasing and most importantly, what we can do to predict, prepare and protect ourselves against potentially devastating new outbreaks. Will the next infectious disease to wreak havoc across the globe again jump from animals, a zoonotic jump across species? Think SARS, HIV, MERS, Zika, Nipah Virus, Lassa Fever, Ebola, Avian Flu, Swine Flu, Mpox and of course the coronavirus that causes Covid-19. The panel is unanimous in their plea for recognition that human health is inextricably linked to both animal health and the health of the environment. Without an understanding that we are part of an ecosystem and that climate change and the loss of biodiversity have a direct impact on epidemic and pandemic risk, we'll struggle to keep ourselves safe they say. Claudia is joined by vet-turned-virologist Marion Koopmans, Professor of Viroscience at Erasmus Medical Centre in the Netherlands and head of the Pandemic and Disaster Preparedness Centre; by Tulio de Oliveira, Professor of Bioinformatics, director of the Centre for Epidemic Response and Innovation (CERI) and the KwaZulu-Natal Research Innovation and Sequencing Platform (KRISP) in South Africa and Malik Peiris, Professor of Virology at the University of Hong Kong's School of Public Health. Produced by: Fiona Hill and Elisabeth Tuohy Studio Engineer: Duncan Hannant Image: Chickens in Thailand Credit: Wut'hi Chay Si Tang Kha/EyeEm/Getty Images
Las reuniones masivas, como eventos deportivos y festivales, crean las condiciones ideales para la transmisión de persona a persona de una variedad de enfermedades infecciosas, que pueden propagarse rápidamente a nivel mundial debido a la facilidad de viaje. En Qatar se llevaron a cabo dos eventos masivos simultáneamente, el campeonato de la Copa Mundial de la FIFA 2022 y el festival de concursos de belleza de camellos del Camel Mzayen Club.
Welcome to our hebdomadal show that looks back over the past seven days and this episode, the brilliantly outspoken Mark Sutherland returns to talk us through what has captured his attention, piqued his interest or made his blood boil in the news, media and tabloids. Mark is a film director, producer and a social/political commentator, known for his conservative Christian worldview and his support of Brexit, MAGA and President Trump. He cares passionately about what happens in both the UK and the US, he contributes to over twenty-five independent channels, regularly appearing on the Christian network Revelation TV's “Politics Today” program and is a widely followed commentator on American culture and politics from both sides of the Atlantic. Topics on the agenda this week include... - United Nations chief backs Scottish government's gender recognition reforms. - Shanghai schools to go online as Covid spreads in China. - Meet the man preparing Britain for the next pandemic. - Cancer crisis reaches 'watershed moment' as experts warn upward trend in deaths 'is likely to continue'. - The Republicans who voted against reinstating troops who refused the mandated clot-shot. - World Health Organization names influential scientist who helped to crush Covid lab leak theory as 'conspiracy' as its new chief scientist. - Tory MP alleges 'cover up' of Covid vaccine inflaming heart arteries in bombshell claim. - Another couple want unvaccinated blood for their seriously ill toddler. - Channel illegal migrants to be housed in holiday camps. - Poll suggests Labour will win 314-seat Commons majority at general election. To find out more about Mark go to http://www.marksutherland.org/ Originally broadcast as a live video news review 17.12.22 Scroll down for full transcript *Special thanks to Bosch Fawstin for recording our intro/outro on this podcast. Check out his art https://theboschfawstinstore.blogspot.com/ and follow him on GETTR https://gettr.com/user/BoschFawstin To sign up for our weekly email, find our social media, podcasts, video, livestream platforms and more go to https://heartsofoak.org/find-us/ Please like, subscribe and share! Links to stories discussed this episode.... Scotland gender recognition https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-63993415 Covid spreads in China https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-64010209 Meet the man https://web.archive.org/web/20221214161218/https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/meet-man-preparing-britain-next-pandemic-portacabin/ Cancer crisis https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11538039/Cancer-crisis-reaches-watershed-moment-experts-warn.html?ito=native_share_article-nativemenubutton The Republicans https://dailycaller.com/2022/12/16/republicans-voted-against-reinstating-troops-vaccine/?utm_source=piano&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=breaking&pnespid=t_hnVjtAMr1L3fKa.2_9SM.cvgy0CMRvc.Wu2bZm9wBmuMqBPI6OptoJQt11U0qiYPtKAYdCEA World Health Organization https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11532603/The-World-Health-Organization-names-Sir-Jeremy-Farrar-new-chief-scientist.html MP alleges 'cover up' https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1709123/tory-mp-covid-vaccine-inflaming-heart-arteries-commons-debate-update Unvaccinated blood https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/second-anti-vax-couple-want-unvaccinated-blood-for-seriously-ill-toddler/JCLJYZDG2BHJ7OIAPOJZTZBLQ4/ Channel migrants https://web.archive.org/web/20221215190734/https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/channel-migrants-to-be-housed-in-holiday-camps-0b3095xnm Shock poll https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11533315/Shock-new-poll-suggests-Labour-win-314-seat-majority-Tories-left-just-69-MPs.html (HoO) It is great to have a guest. It's been a while. And its Mark Sutherland. Mark, thank you so much for coming back with us. (MS) My pleasure, Peter. It's an absolute privilege to join you again and to join your audience. So thank you very much indeed. (HoO) always good to have you on always. And I thought I was, actually thinking of doing this myself and I thought it's Christmas. I thought, well, I'll try, Mark wondering. He said, yeah, I'd love to come on. So I hope I haven't messed up your late Christmas shopping, Mark. (MS) Late Christmas shopping? What's that? What is Christmas shopping, Peter? I try and avoid it. I thought it was a demonic activity. (HoO) That's for another... Okay. So first, lots of stories, obviously, to go through. You'd sent me a website and I want to maybe open with that. And it is looking at J6. We've had Jake Lang on before speaking to us from his prison cell. Someone who'd been in solitary confinement for 11 months. There are many, many individuals still being held without trial, completely illegally. They would have, probably had better treatment if they were in Guantanamo Bay. But tell us about this, J6patriot.news. Just fill us in a little bit on us before we move on to our main first story. (MS) Thank you, Peter. And thank you for bringing this up at the beginning of the show. So there is a book called the American Goula Chronicles. The book is chronicling the 45, prisoners, the letters, the exchange between those particular prisoners and talking about their stories and what they've suffered and a friend of mine, Tim Rivers, out of that the J6, patriot news has grown. The book has been created, it's now on sale, so I would be delighted if people could look this up and buy the book and if there's hassle in that regard to then getting. Contact with me but the book is there to raise money to create money to then help them financially in regard to their defence fund to actually help their families because 96, 97 prisoners are in prison And in basically, as far as I'm concerned, we're calling them gulags, American gulags. They are, they have not been brought to trial. And of course, the gulag reflection goes back to Alexander Solzhenitsyn's incredible book called our gulag archipelago, that hence the name of that. So we, the, these people have been arrested, we're fully aware of how some of that has been done with with the disgusting behaviour of the FBI. But the book is there to raise money for their legal defence fund and to protect their families. Because if you have then put the people in prison who are the sole breadwinner of particular families, it means that houses have been lost, rent can't be paid, payments on cars, et cetera. So we need this book to take off because the injustice, we could spend a whole show discussing the injustice of this and you very kindly are showing the website where people can go to, J6patriot.com click on the top of that to book info and then and then go from there, people are fully aware of what happened on jan 6. 2021 now a complete and utter set up and this is happening in the united states of America This is not happening in Russia, it's not happening in North Korea, it is not happening in any other throat in China. This is happening in North America under a, you know, where the constitution was ratified in September 1787. Say that this is the country that is pursuing life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It stands for the injustice is unbelievable and I don't really have, we don't really have time to discuss some of the stories of what some of these people and I'm very glad that you have had Jake Lang on. I am fully aware of his particular story and the disgusting things that's gone on. Quickly to finally end on that then before we move on, seven people have committed suicide over this and a grandmother that was arrested on the steps, was arrested because she was on the steps of the house because she was praying, found herself in the gulag and because sadly of her upbringing they then said right we're going to put you in solitary confinement. She refused to do that because of what I've been through when I was a child and they said well if you won't go into solitary confinement then we're going to give you a jab and they gave her the fact she took the vaccine which is just another subject of horrendousness. The abuse, the lack of food. The beatings that are going on is a reality and we need to see these people come out when as the the House has then gone to the Republicans. These people like Jim Jordan and everything else need to step up. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Gates, Gantz, Louie Gomer, the whole thing. They need to then step up and to throw the book at Cheney and Co. and Nadler and put and actually say the truth of the situation and what actually happened on that day instead of this, you know, FBI led lies along, of course, with Pelosi, etc. Just to quickly remind ourselves, five people at the hands of the DC police, including one DC policeman, Officer Signick, died that day. They died, Patriots died that day. And remember where Officer Signick is talked about, the Republicans, the people that were there on the day were criticized, were accused of beating him with a fire extinguisher. That was a complete and utter lie. You then look at the sad case of Roseanne Boylan being physically beaten by the DC police with batons. We then have Ashley Baber of course shot by Brown in the house. You then have two others as well that have died. This is abominable and I just want to point out one last thing on this. Please go to stophate.com to a dear friend of mine, David. Somerall. Look at his work who's basically the principal expert on what is going on in regard to Jan 6. If it wasn't for him, that book wouldn't be happening. If it wasn't for him, then this issue would not be as high up the list as it should be. But put it this way, it is not as high as it should, be and it needs to be up there in regard to mainstream news. People like Mike Huckabee, et cetera, I'm just going to say it, need to get him on their show along with others. This is important along with Bannon and all the rest. Now we haven't got time to potentially... (HoO) We don't. Let me show you. J6patriotnews.com. It's in the chat there on GETTR. So let's move on to the first. Just a couple of people. Roger Grant Rav is first on Getter. Chris Davis 33 is there. He's always Vicky. Do drop your comments. Let us know where you're watching. Always good to see that on the Getter chat, which is always busy. So do drop your comments in that and do make sure and look on the website, j6patriotnews.com. The link is in the getter, chat. Let's go to, completely different, north of the border, up in poor, Scotland. All you Scots who voted for the SNP, this is what you're now getting. And if you keep voting for the SNP. It'll just become more hellish for you north of the border. This is BBC UN Chief Back Scottish Government Gender Recognition Reforms. If we can just scroll that down Proj. And this is the trans right so I look at that beautiful Look at that, and someone's brought their child along. I mean, what sick perverts are you? And top UN officials back the Scottish government's plan to reform gender recognition law, ministers want [3:45] to make it easier for trans people to change their gender just so they can, while they're choosing what their breakfast cereal is, they can also choose what gender they wish to be that day. Mark, give us your thoughts on this madness. (MS) Well, my thoughts on this matter is I'm desperately trying to be polite, but this is complete and utter madness. So I think the first thing to say, there are only two sexes, male and female. The fact that in here, they want to speed up the process to go that you can decide to after your cornflakes or your rice krispies, even though you're a man, you can suddenly go, I want to be a woman today and to say to speed this up for three months. This is just outrageous. The other issue as well, of course, is if you are a man, you want to identify as a woman, if you then end up in certain situations. If you end up as a, say you are a male prisoner, you're saying, I want to identify as a woman now, go into a female prison, and then we have a situation of rape and all this kind of thing. And people think, maybe I've just said an extremist comment. No, I haven't, because this is the reality of the situation and everything, as we say. As Bible-believing Christians, yes, let's say that, we know that this is a full and utter attack of what everything that the scripture stands for, what everything that our faith actually stands for. J.K. Rowling is right. She's absolutely right when she has called all of this out. And the, I mean, in many ways, we know where this is going. This has been planned for a long, long time. People are unaware of that. But I also will say, I think this is a complete and utter mental illness, frankly, Peter. There are many, many things that we could put within that. I have sympathy for a lot of people that have mental problems, but the fact this is a spiritual battle. And now within the education, within the Scottish system, the relationship and sex education and wanting to push the fact that if you're going to on four and five year olds, discuss issues that four and five year olds should not know and you can even say they shouldn't know until they're 16 years of age. I'm not just, I'm not going to bring those up, but people can think about that. Frankly, Peter, it's madness as far as I'm concerned. (HoO) Let me just bring up this story. I hadn't talked about the story Mark, but I want to just mention it because it fits into this. And that's why you're very popular. Shut that off. (strange music starts) Is that you? (MS) No, it's not me. It's not me. It's not me. Yes, it is me. I do apologize. (HoO) That's okay. He's popular. He's popular. Someone's not watching him on the show, realizing he's live. Let me just bring up this story because again, if it's in, I'll just mention it. This New York Post two days ago, BBC covered it yesterday. Norwegian actress Tondre Gjelvjorn, my Norwegian isn't so good, faces up to three years in prison for saying men cannot be lesbians. And then it comes out later, yesterday she is gay. So she's a lesbian. So as a lesbian, she said that men can't be lesbians and she's now facing three years in prison for saying that according to Norway's hate speech legislations, which it just shows the state of Europe and, compelled speech, extremely dangerous, whenever truth can be a lie and it's irrelevant, right or wrong. That's where we're going. What happens when you abandon any concept of truth. This is where you head. I just wanted to bring that up, but let's go on to, there are lots of others. So let's jump on to COVID to add to the madness. And this is what's, it's been very curious watching the last two weeks over in China. And this is Shanghai schools to go online as COVID spreads in China. Pro Jam, do you want to just scroll that down? This is all the children, and of course still masked up, even with the vote being fully jabbed, not with an Mrna jab, which is also really interesting. But it's the largest city. And they're all been told they now should go online effective from Monday. And it's, yeah, Mark, you've watched what's happening with China and their zero COVID policy and the pushback against that. Once again, the children are going to be punished for stupidity in the government. (MS) Well, it's very interesting, isn't it? Because they've just had a sort of a plandemic rerun of event 201 in Australia where they're they're focusing on children saying something's happening in Brazil and all this kind of thing. They've done a simulation here. We also must remember that the Chancellor of the Exchequer over here, Jeremy Hunt, who sort of during the COVID-Novid nonsense was espousing the delights of how the Chinese were handling this. We saw scenes of people being put in their, they were in their flats and having doors sealed because they had got they are tested positive for a virus. And again, we have all these testing, instead of turning around and saying how many people have actually died. From this. Then they have pushed forward all these vaccinations. Did you just say that the vaccination to the Chinese was not mRNA? (HoO) That's what I read two days ago and that was Fortune magazine that said that not one Chinese citizen has been offered mRNA vaccine. I thought, wow. And I haven't delved deeper into that. I'm just putting that as what I read in Fortune magazine two, three days ago. (MS) So we have to remember, of course, you know, and then we've got Fauci in America, gained a function. I can't recall 215 times or something in the recent legal action that he was a witness in. Why are we surprised? People have got to wake up to event 201, September, October, 2019, where they simulated everything that is now unfolding. We then go to Australia, where it's children, et cetera, et cetera, and we see what is unfolding. And very, very sadly, we see those children with masks. We're now going to push their education onto Zoom. So there's even more mental health problems, they're creating, more socialization problems that they are creating. The fact is China is a technocracy. It's a technocracy. Complete lockdowns, complete control. And let's just remind ourselves something, Peter. Who was the man, you know, there he is, fronting the World Economic Forum. Who was the man that is espousing the delights of the leader of China? I think it's the biggest bond villain we've never had, Klaus Schwab. Yeah. (HoO) Absolutely. Let's go for closer to home. Projam. up the next one on what they're doing planning here in the UK. This was in the Telegraph a day or two ago. Meet the man preparing for Britain's next pandemic from a portacabin. The story is a joking story about him, someone knocking the windows, the postman, he has to get up and the building they're in is a prefab building. But this man is prepping the next stage, the next wave, however we want to look at it. He could be one of the most dangerous individuals in the UK. I read the story, again, a lot of information about him and what they've set up. I don't know much about his background. I would have thought he would want to stay in the shadows, but it's a joking story, mocking this and that. And it's concerning, obviously, that our government is all getting ready, all planning for the next, I think the next stage, I would say, is a fair response to, that. (MS) Well, I come back to Jeremy Hunt again. You know, Jeremy Hunt, who's actually running the country, not Rishi Sunak. Jeremy Hunt, who turned around and absolutely celebrates exposes the spouses, the delights of China and their reaction, their reaction to this. I mean, this whole thing of. So you have SARS, you have MERS, you create whatever you can, you know, Ebola and all the rest. This is not a popular thing to say, of course, because for some of us who do not have a medical background over the last two to two and a half years, we have tried to educate ourselves and say that the best immunity you have is our body. So whatever's been put in the water, the food, the air, the throwback to the fact that phar marcia here we break down means magic, the fact that we should not even be having any of these vaccines, any of these pills, etc. And it is about making an industry a load of money. So you then go to Pfizer in 2008, 2009, I think through a subject, subject through, we may have to check this afterwards, something called a pill, called Merck or something like that and they with all the damage that's done where people are taking this they then have to pay a fine up to 14 billion dollars. Okay, the link here and this is not funny to actually turn around and say we're gonna lock people down because their genocidal agenda and. And it is, we look at the injuries that are now coming forward. They are absolutely, I mean, you're just in tears listening to people's stories. We look at when we've got people like John O'Looney who then able to do an autopsy on a particular body. It's been out there, it's been, bless him, he's been talking about that. There was on the film, Died Suddenly, you were then got an autopsy in New Zealand, a guy out there. And they've been pulling out these long strands. Look at what's happening is doing to people's blood and the clotting and all the rest. So all these long strands. I am not a medical doctor. I'll just say that. But the key is this is wrong. It's as though they're being like plasticizer going on. And mRNA, as you know, recent technology, of course they've had it planned for a long, long time. They haven't properly tested this and all the rest and they've rushed it out. And it's a mass psychosis on the population, as that incredible professor whose name has just gone from me, from Belgium, where he talks about this. Desmond Matisse, sir. Desmond. Precisely. So My Body, My Choice does not seem to apply when people are turning around and going, sorry, with great respect, I believe in terrain, and I don't believe in germ theory. This is not a joke, and as you said, so the next thing is plan to lock us down, wreck the economy, bring in the social credit score and all the rest, and I think very sadly. People like Rishi Sunak seem to believe in this, whether that's through a father-in-law's company of Infosys that's then involved in China and involved in all these processes. We are not making this up. The key verse says, Hosea 4 verse 6 says, "'My people are destroyed through lack of knowledge,' and we need to get this knowledge. There's now, I'll tell you what, Peter, we need to do some research. There is the accusation, of course, We know that Rishi has been involved in various financial dealings, hedge funds, etc. in America. And there is an accusation of a particular hedge fund investing in AstraZeneca, leading to Moderna, etc. etc. That is an accusation that's out there. That needs to be followed up. And we need to research this and find out because all of these guys are up to their neck in it. We have to remember when Boris Johnson was having the Gavi conference and saying that he's going to use our taxpayers' money to go in that direction. What about the comments he made at the UN roundabout September, October 2019? He's having a go at anti-vaxxers. He's bestowing the delights of nanobots and all this kind of thing. This is a reality. We are seeing the damage and the mass psychosis, the mass psychological attack from, you know, nudge, etc, etc. They've done such a good job on this, which is awful. We've still got people around in society in this country wearing masks. I have to work out. Forgiving here and just going, you are completely and utterly believe the Kool-Aid of what you've been given through the mainstream media and please, please, please start listening to us and doing some of the research. But this has been, I hate to say it, extremely clever on the enemy's side. (HoO) Oh yeah and Died Suddenly, I watched it over the last couple of days ago and one of the reasons why I knew I had to watch it. And then just for the viewers, we've got Richard Hirschman on Monday. Obviously I've interviewed John O'Looney, interviewed Steve Kirsch, and I wanted to watch it before I get interviewed. And it is a frightening... I still, and I'll just say this, the point will not discuss, but I still am not at the point of accepting the depopulation. And I'm holding off on that. But even without that, which is a kind of thread throughout the film, what they're putting forward is utterly frightening and it's even more concerning that no one is allowed to talk about it. So the film is phenomenal film. You need to watch it to our viewers and listeners and you need to pass it on. And we'll have Richard Hirshman with us on Monday who was along with John O'Looney and the gentleman from New Zealand who I've forgotten, the three of them were the funeral directors, the embalmers who were showing those long threads and strings and elastic substances, they were pulling out. But we'll not, I just wanted to mention that. Let's onto this and this is something that's mentioned. This is something which I have looked at recently and become really, really concerned about. This story, cancer crisis reaches a watershed moment as experts warn upward trend in deaths is likely to continue. So you've got people not seeing, I think only 60% of people now see a cancer specialist within two months of being referred for an urgent appointment from their their GPs. So you've got, one side you've got lockdown decimating our health services. But then you've got the other side of mRNA and the information is coming out on the spike proteins and how it can affect cancerous growth and speed it up. And that's the whole area I need to go. But those two in my head make this concerning. It's coming out and it's just getting worse and worse, the cancer rates. (MS) Well, I think the issue is it's about neglect, isn't it? If you have not been able to see your specialist with the health problem that you have had, then that saying the obvious is not rocket science, is it? That means that your need is not being seen to. As a dear friend of mine who works in the NHS system within the middle of the country, it's still going on about the fact that doctors are not returning to work properly. To access a doctor, to have an appointment online, etc. The delay is huge. Nurses are not going back. But then again, if they were threatened with a jab and they refused to have a jab, then do you blame them? There needs to be some very, very big secure legal action on this. So doctors are still being very well paid within certain practices that we are all paying for. And they are not seeing the patients. The other thing is, and maybe, Peter, this is something that we can all contribute to, is that these people, sadly, that are suffering from cancer and all the rest, we need to be looking at homeopathic remedies, and they are there. I am not an expert on that. A friend of mine, Kate Shimarni, is in regard to, has a lot to say on that herself and in regard to her own personal health. People have as well and those some of those experts are in are in America we need to address those. So we need to be encouraging as, Kate is, people to take responsibility for their health what can they do and we know we know the attacks that are coming in so without sort of repeating myself I'll say this if you are being denied access to these specialists then sadly the situation you are in, is going to get worse and this is where I would say that as far as I'm concerned that is contrived, I believe of course that is deliberate and it isn't the physical effects and then contribute then linked with the mental effects and this combined-ness is horrific. [22:43] If people are going, how long does it take to get an ambulance to people if you're looking at this in London and all the rest? So the demands are huge. But the other thing is, is that we have got to, I'm speaking to myself, we have got to take responsibility for our own health. What can we do? We need to be educating ourselves over that. And you and I have access to incredible people that can do that. And that's what we need to be doing. And these doctors, et cetera, need to be getting back to work immediately. And of course, sadly, a number of those, as a particular gentleman who's the heart specialist, We'll come on to that article later, who has been speaking out. NHS doctors, a number of those, are fully aware of what's going on. They need to be speaking out as well. (HoO) Yeah, completely. Well, let's, over in the States, let's look at some rhinos. So this, I saw the story yesterday. Here are the Republicans who voted against reinstating troops who refused the vaccine. Now the story is that four Republican senators joined Democrats in shutting down an amendment to defense authorization package that would have reinstated troops discharged for refusing. To take the COVID-19 vaccine. It was Mitt Romney, is he actually a Republican? I can't even say his name with a Republican in the same sentence. Susan Collins of Maine, Bill Cassie of Louisiana and Mike Rounds of South Dakota. They voted no in the last mid-amendment so it failed. I don't understand the evil of these people to refuse because my understanding is that you've got your jab-jab and then you were told that was good for a long time, then you're told actually it was me good for nine months, six months, three months. But these people haven't been forced to take a booster. So even if you believe that, that actually that was good for nine months, actually then And after nine months…, it doesn't work according to what we're told. Therefore, it doesn't make sense to keep the mandate whenever you are not continually rolling out the booster. But not to get these people their jobs back is quite sick. And these are obviously rhinos, I guess, dancing to Biden's, tune. (MS) Well, of course, it's absolutely sick. And you look at those individuals, you look at people like Mitt Romney for argument's sake, let's just go to that. Establishment, a part of the globalist order, we haven't got time to discuss that tonight. He is totally and utterly in on it. And the four people there deciding to vote against reinstating all these people to make sure that they're military, they're supposed to be protecting them, but they're most of all got their own private armed services, themselves that they pay for. They are being paid by the taxpayer and they are then they've just voted against this. These people need to be in jail. This is outrageous. All of these people need to be called out and they are and they are then turning around to their military, weakening their military even more and going right we're gonna vaccinate these people. We have had a lot of American military then leave, resign etc over this. Their religious rights. As committed Christians etc have not or if they are of other faiths have not been respected one iota and I'll say this without sounding conspiratorial but if you want to weaken, a country's defense this enough is a very very good way of actually doing it. We have got some of They have got some of the elitist military service people, personnel in the world. We could have an argument between our own special boat service and theirs and their rangers and all the rest. But they are top. And then these people are having vaccinations and you've got these extremely fit young men, young women suffering from myocarditis, suffering from all the rest that in the video guide suddenly actually raises. But more importantly, more importantly, people have to realise that within Washington DC politics, the [27:51] Republicans and the Democrats, they're two wings of the same bird. And if God is giving that time, all of these disgusting pieces of work need to be thrown out of the House, thrown out of the Senate, etc. And we know that at the moment that is not easy because of the digital. That goes on from creating a situation where you've got voting day, to voting week, to voting month, to voting season. We only have to look at what's been happening with Kari Lake in Arizona. So I hope that these people, the four of these names, will never ever ever be forgotten. (HoO) Yeah, yeah. Let's go over to the WHO and the awards given out, the WHO awards ceremony, and it goes, to this individual, Sir Jeremy Farrar, and the headline in the mail. And it's interesting how suddenly you've got the media on the right now wanting to talk about it after actively trying to destroy people's lives as much as they could for two years. They now pretend they're the mouthpieces of truth and freedom. But China's puppet, the World Health Organization, named Sir Jeremy Farrar the influential scientist who helped to crush COVID lab leak theory as conspiracy as its new chief scientist. This is one of the most prestigious roles in the world of science. It seems though he has been rewarded for his acceptance of whatever China would put out. He was happy to be their mouthpiece and now he's been rewarded with his 30 pieces of silver. (MS) Is there in that article is Imperial college mentioned in that article or was Imperial college mentioned in the man that's in his sort of mobile, mobile cabinet? The reason I say that is because we have to remember the Imperial college and they all focus in, Oh, you know, a hundred thousand people are going to die. No, it goes down to 20,000. The biggest non-mathematician that we've ever had. All of these things, how these models are created. Now in regard to this gentleman who I don't know, I've I've just read this article very briefly. So then we're. Crushing the COVID, novid nonsense lab theory. Well, let's just go, what about gain of function? So we are stopped from doing gain of function in America. We then Fauci says, and here is the, there is a link here. Fauci then says in 2017 that the Trump administration is going to face a pandemic. Well, how the beeper beep do you know that? So then the WHO are covering this up, the man in front of the WHO from Ethiopia, a member of a terrorist group in the past or the group that the Americans round about, 94, 95 or say, no, maybe 2005, six Tetros says you're a member of a terrorist organization, etc. Then suddenly there's all this legislation to hand over the individual responsibility of a country's health policy to the who. And of course, who backs the who? Bill Gates, who backs them? China, they're all involved. So this particular gentleman, with great respect, sir, you need to actually look at what is going on. You need to look at the Wuhan lab. You need to look at that smart city. You need to look at the 5G. You need to look at all this technology of control that's coming about. And then you need to look at the vaccines and the damage that they are doing to people. And the deaths that are being caused and the injuries are being caused. And then please can we have a polite conversation and actually say to you, where is your moral compass now? (HoO) Moral compass in regards to China and the WHO and this. Pro Jam, can you bring up the next story? On what was the next story? Our next story was the absolutely wonderful Andrew Bridgen. For those who don't know, Andrew Bridgen is one of our 650 MPs and has spoken in the House of Commons. There have been a number of others, handful, you can count them on one hand. This individual has, this is the headline from the Express, it's all over. MP alleges cover-up of COVID vaccine, inflaming heart arteries in bombshell claim. Well, this claim has been made for quite a long time now, but an MP has used parliamentary privilege to make a bombshell [32:49] allegation that a senior member of the British Heart Foundation has covered up a report, which shows the mRNA COVID vaccine increases inflammation of the heart arteries. So he is telling us the information is there. They've got a report to tell us the dangers of this and the report is being quietly put away. The sad part was that I didn't see any other end. He's jumping up to his defence. It was, it was silence, but well done, Andrew Bridgen for being an absolute hero and going in there to the lion's den and facing off such anger and vitriol against anyone who would dare hold an. Opinion that actually this vaccine is killing us. (MS) I couldn't agree with you more on it. It's a, it's a real privilege for me to actually comment on this because Andrew I think is an absolute hero in what he did. We do know, we can see as some people have pointed out to me, how empty the benches in the House of Commons were and I'd ask them to put that aside because the point is this is that he has now gone on the record to express truth. He has gone on the record to express how many many of us have He has gone on the record to actually say the truth where certain friends of ours have been billified, we've been called conspiracy theorists and all the rest, for speaking the truth for some time. This is a particular MP who publicly admitted that he has had two vaccines. We have seen people like Esther McVeigh as another member of parliament who has begun to raise some of these issues. There is a number of people. We need MPs, whereas people like Steve Baker, etc. We need these MPs to speak out. There's another individual as well whose name... Charles Walker has spoken and Swain has also spoken. Is there a guy called Kruger? Could be. So Andrew said it absolutely brilliantly, the particular doctor that he quoted, whose name has just gone from me as well, I do apologise, who has recently been over in America on Tucker talking about what has happened. Doctor that went on G.B. News and he was pushing the vaccines and then suddenly through his own father's death and his own investigation, he then turned around and said, no, this is wrong. These are wrong and we should not be pushing this. He also raised the fact that the the Heart Foundation, etc. Were were just saying, no, we're not having this investigation whatsoever. Now going going back to Andrew and what he said, and it's not unusual for Andrew to challenge things and to hold to hold the government government to account. He has been a thorn in the flesh on previous, you know, conservative manner of administrations. And if I were part of his constituency in Leicester, I would right now be sending an email for my MP going, You've got my you you have my prayers and I'm extremely proud of you for what you have done because many many I watched I've seen it. I've watched that speech. Many many people have watched that and there is much applause. Now Andrew as I say he desperately needs our prayers and our and God's protection in that in that way. and like all these people, a bit like Neil Oliver when he is speaking out and when he does his incredible 10 or 11 minute presentations. And I find it fascinating that in many ways in this country there are non-Christians that are leading the vanguard to this. It's another subject, but where is the church's voice on this? We have no Christian, let's just say it publicly, we have, no Christian institution in this country addressing the issue of vaccines. And I'm pleased and so, pleased to see a Member of Parliament of Andrew Brigdon of turning around and saying, I'm going to represent my constituents. I believe this is true. I am concerned about this. And I'm, going to speak on behalf of the rest of the population within the UK that actually share my views and it is the evidence is out there the particular doctor that he he quoted is an absolute expert on this and that particular doctor also revealed that once he spoke out other people came and said this is true but we can't talk about it we need all these doctors etc to start speaking out but of course it's going to be you're not going to get your pension we're going to well, We're not actually, this is the key thing. [37:49] People who are accessing research funding are turning around and saying, well, if we speak out, we're not going to get our research funding. This is wrong, where in the sense of how big pharma is dictating health policy in this country. Need to look at and I just say the word pharmacy, pharmacia, meaning magic. Bear that in mind from a spiritual and scriptural point of view. (HoO) Let me just play, it's just a minute, so let me just play that clip from the Express of Andrew Bridgen speaking and you can see the packed parliament. Let me play it. (audio plays of Andrew Bridgen MP) 'It has also been brought to my attention by a very reliable source that one of these institutions is covering up clear data that reveals that the mRNA vaccine increases inflammation of, the heart arteries. They are covering this up in fear that they may lose funding from the pharmaceutical industry. The lead of that cardiology research department has a prominent leadership role with the British Heart Foundation and I'm very disappointed to say that he has sent out nondisclosure agreements to his research team to ensure that this important, data never sees the light of day. This, Madam Speaker, is an absolute disgrace. Such systemic failure in an over-medicated population also contributes to huge waste of British taxpayers' money and increasing strain on the NHS. Huge waste.' (MS) So there are four members of parliament in there listening to this. Now what about the benches on the other side? How many are there on the other side? So in other words, let's just say it. (HoO) But Mark, there are four on that side, the one that government minister has to respond. You've got four other MPs there. Three of them are staring at their phones as far as I can see. They're not interested in people dying. (MS) Well, there's a particular, there was an individual that I saw last night and I saw him who has had the vaccines and you know, I'm nearly in tears when I'm listening to him and the effect on his body of this particular young man. There are a number of others again saying this, publicising what has happened against them. This is disgusting. And then we have Rishi Sunak, our technocratic coup fronter, turns around and says, oh, there's nothing wrong with the vaccines and I completely support this and all of this. The fact that the members of parliament, someone has mean this, you know. Discussing this, there's no one in there, but when they're discussing their pay rise, the whole of Westminster is absolutely full. Now, I say it again, Andrew Brigdon is an incredibly brave man and an honourable man now to then look at the evidence, the evidence has come to him and he, over a period of time, would have assessed that evidence and by using parliamentary privilege, which frankly we should all have that privilege and we all, that is this thing called free speech, we can turn around and say well I believe this, there has been an accusation that we need to look into. We are, we are, we have a right to have our opinion and that's, why the whole address that Andrew Brigdon made was so important to many of us because he was articulating in the Houses of Parliament how we have felt when so many people, and a particular individual I can think of, where they're taken to court, they are prosecuted, because they've actually spoken up and said the truth. You know, it's outrageous. (HoO) Well, I want to jump over three more stories. I want to jump over to New Zealand, and this is following on, I'm sure we covered this last week on our program. This is second anti-vax, couple. Hey, everyone should be anti-vax at this stage. I certainly am anti-vax at this stage. I wasn't before, so thank you, my government for turning me into a full on anti-vaxer. Second anti-vax couple want unvaccinated blood for seriously ill toddler. And the issue was last time where a child's been taken away from a couple, not because actually there's surgery about to happen, but it's because it will have to happen at some point and they say they don't want unvaccinated blood. This is really scary, where we're going because obviously the concern is you get a blood transfusion, you're unvaccinated, you receive blood which has dangerous spike proteins, whatever else is in it, and then And actually you've chosen not to get injected by this experimental jab, but you get it through, a blood transfusion. And obviously our government don't give a damn, but they'll pump you with anything they want to. And I fear for this couple that the same thing will happen to them. They'll have their children taken away. (MS) Well, there is precedent through us through to this through different means. and we have to remember during the 90s of the, and just before that, of blood coming from American prisoners in America, and this was big then under the Clinton campaign, and I can speak anecdotally from first-hand experience where a dear friend of mine had a blood transfusion and and was then was then infectious with hepatitis B, etc. There has been a huge and praise God, completely healed. There has been a huge court case that started at the beginning of covid, no big nonsense because people had taken the finally the NHS in court were beginning to address this issue. And of course, it's been very convenient. Because people are now come to the New Zealand case in a minute. But this is important because people that were seeking compensation, a number of those people had died, a number of those people had contracted, you know, full-blown aids and all this rest. This is a reality and of course that blood was then brought over from America via prisoners. So this is appalling isn't it? So this couple have turned round and gone, no we're not vaccinated, we're not vaccinated. Reason we will now push this forward. Now there was a discussion on needing blood banks from unvaccinated people. And look at how there was enough division as it is. Then we create even more division and look at how this can absolutely carry out. At the moment, with great respect, hospitals are not the places that we want to end up in. Exactly. And I'm not saying that for a fact. So this couple desperately need our prayers, they're entitled. We look at, you know, Jacinda, Jacinda Mann de Hearn. I mean, this is just appalling. This is just appalling. I have prayed that that woman just gets kicked out politically. And that someone genuinely comes in who actually believes in that country and help turn things around. I cannot say enough how appalling this is. They have a right. They have a right to how their child is treated. They have a right to their opinion, which they can back up medically. Now, what would happen if this child then has a full blown transfusion? We then see the fact that that blood is tested, it is infected and all the rest. We don't even want to go down that road. But this could be happening in that case and in other people's cases. And why do they not respect, this is interesting, it's linked with the Scottish article that you put up earlier. Why do they not respond? The comments and the authority of the parents in this situation, because the state wants to own the children. This is another way of the state undermining family, and there has been enough attack on that as it is. (HoO) Yeah. Let's go to our final two stories, This one on immigration, which gets pushed to the sidelines whenever our children are being killed through a jab. Channel migrants to be housed in holiday camps. And that is that more than 44,000 migrants have crossed the channel this year and officials believe there are 6,000 more coming in the coming weeks. Disuse in off-season holiday parks, because they've used up all the hotels, are said to be turned into [48:19] accommodation for channel migrants as ministers attempt to reduce the $5.6 million, a day being spent on hotels, which is what, just over $2 billion. It's wonderful when you can turn up in the country. I certainly haven't had that privilege, Mark, turning up in the country and suddenly, well, your hotel is ready, sir. We know you haven't paid, but here, we'll give you accommodation. I guess we are paying for this nice jolly that these 44,000 men of fighting age are having? (MS) Well, absolutely. The issue that has to be said is that if you are not, as a country, able to defend your borders or in charge of your borders, then we have the definition of country being redefined. It's very, very simple, but this has been going on for a long time. We look at, of course, the migration issues in Europe that have gone on a couple of years ago and sadly a baby's body is washed up on the beach and then suddenly... Mass migration into Europe, into Germany, Sweden, etc. etc. This is the English Channel. In 1944, we crossed the English Channel. Hitler didn't come over. It was dealt with. We crossed, over the English Channel. We floated the Mulberry Harbours and we invaded Europe. It's a very, very busy, dangerous piece of water. The Navy helped in that situation. We of course had Dunkirk, a load of little ships went over and we brought all these soldiers back. Get the British Navy off its backside and out there and start turning these boats back. And the problem is, if under Teresa May you had signed the global migration compact without discussing that with the British public. And I had written a letter to my then Member of Parliament asking about this issue and a particular individual wrote back and I need to find these letters and publish them on my website, along with a few other letters on various subjects. And the issue was this, oh no, no, No, no, this won't affect us. It's very simple. It's very, very simple indeed. Turn them back. Get them back. This has to stop and you're right. The other issue of men coming over of a fighting age. John O'Looney has said some very, very interesting comments about this that we all need to do some research and follow up. Because if you want to cause chaos in a country, and let's just quickly look at Europe, we quickly look at what happened in Spain, Catalan, et cetera. At various times, and also in France with the yellow vest, at various times when police forces are in complete black Star Wars garb. Where they are unrecognizable, we then wonder where the particular forces that are in those uniforms have actually come from. And there is a correlation here. If you did want to put down the people of a particular country, you're not going to ask your local police force, your local army to actually do that because there will be personal relationships with that. We only have to go back to our own history of the miners strike in this country, where you were bringing up metropolitan police officers up to the Midlands and there wasn't the family commitments. That is what has been going on in Europe. I suspect we need to find the proof. So why are these gentlemen over here? With various crew cuts and all the rest. Is there a correlation between this? This accusation needs to be looked at very very quickly, but I'll tell you something if a country is not in charge of its own borders, if it's not in charge of its own money supply, if it's not in charge of its own laws, etc. And it's not. Then the definition of a country is then completely and utterly and in not in charge of its own language then the country is defined as a non country so ending if we end this in the in one sense if we look at the Tower of Babel biblically hence all that's going on, [53:19] hence that there is a repeat of that so if you then write the book the fourth Industrial Revolution which basically is the fourth Reich then this is the, situation you are using. You are using this situation to undermine the foundations of a country and to then change it. (HoO) Yeah. Let's finish off on two minutes on UK politics. We don't really want to talk depressing the state of politics in the UK, but this is a shock poll suggests Labour will win 314 Commons majority at general election and Tories will be left with just 69 MPs. Thank you Lord. And with even Rishi Sunak losing his seat. Projam, can you just scroll down just to the graph, to the map? There's a map all in red. There it is. There it is. That is what the UK will look like, after. And I kind of think it serves them right, Mark. And actually, under Keir Stammerick, I don't think it could be any worse. But what are your thoughts on these Rhino Tories getting kicked out? (MS) Whoa. Absolutely. Well, the problem is where, you know, every single party you could argue within the, within the commons is either socialist light, socialist extreme, socialist not so obvious, socialist obvious. Yeah. So, Keir Starmer, this is what the chattering classes of Islington, etc. This is what they want. And the press and all the rest, they have never forgiven Boris Johnson for the fact that he led the Brexit revolt, even though remember he's a populist. It's all about being popular. He's an opportunist. We can say, a number of us can say that now. is a is a closet liberal and and really if you really ask you know I don't believe is a conviction politician whatsoever. Yes you are right. The, issue is this is that so many of them they are all the same and the problem is about socialism it works wonders until they run out of other people's money. So, we have the SNP, we have the Welsh Nats, we have Sinn Fein, we have the Labour party and then of course we have these conservatives. A country that is not sorting out the fact that it needs to establish a manufacturing base, it needs to export basic economics. I'm not an economic expert but I am self-employed. That doesn't then work. It defines, it, impress one iota and of course it would be led by you know Starmer as an interesting individual people need to research his past however the the thing is what about what the low labor party backed in regard to coven no big they wanted something that was even even worse and worse lockdowns and worse this and worse that they're not in it you know what about life liberty and in the pursuit of happiness within our own, within our own country and freedom. They actually don't they don't want it because every single person virtually except Andrew Bridgen, except Esther McVey, except a few others. The rest of them believe in statism. The real quick issue is this. Whatever people think of Liz Truss now, you know, blowing up Nord Stream 1, Nord Stream 2. An interesting little theory there. The key thing is this, and Kwasi Kwateng Suddenly it was like, we need to go for economic growth. We need to grow ourselves out of this problem. Now, if you then create a huge downturn in the Asian markets and you deliberately go, oh, let's panic. Now we're gonna get rid of her. she then makes her. State, now we then bring in, we bring in this technocrat. There is no difference between Rishi Sunak and Starmer. There is no difference politically in either side. That's why I turn around and say slightly sarcastically, it's socialism light or it's socialism heavy. (HoO) Yeah, completely. Mark, thank you so much for coming on and sharing your views. Always Good to have you with us. So thank you for your time tonight. [57:44] (MS) And it's an absolute privilege and lovely to join you. And thank you. Thank you for letting me rant. I do appreciate it. (HoO) I enjoy your ranting. So don't you worry. It's always good fun. Let me just say there were there were two pictures just want to show you as we finish. Obviously, Sam Bankman Fried, who's the who set up a Ponzi scheme pretending it was a cryptocurrency and funded all the Democrats. Actually, he's on suicide watch now and I believe we've just got a picture of his prison guard so I think he does need to worry about his suicide watch. He may be no more. So do pray for Sam that, actually the same thing, he doesn't have an Epstein moment. Let me show the other two. This was a picture I sent someone who, this was at the airport whenever I flew back last time and this was an individual. I don't know where he put that on because he saw me, but anyway, that he was heading off to the airplane, wasn't on mine. And I said that to my friend. This is what they sent back. And I think it's a good model for us to live this week. And I know this doesn't apply to any of you. And it is this John Wayne quote, 'life is tough, but it's tougher when you're stupid' and I think sometimes we meet many stupid people. So, life is tough, but you watching are not stupid. You want to understand, you want to reason, but there are some stupid. So be gentle with the stupid people you meet this week. Be gentle with them. And on that, I wish our viewers a wonderful rest of your evening. Thank you for joining us. Enjoy the rest of your Saturday, your weekend, and we will see you with Richard Hirschman on Monday from the film Died Suddenly.
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Première partie - chapitre 4 : Ned LandProposé par audiolude.frNarrateur : Alain Couchot"Le commandant Farragut était un bon marin, digne de la frégate qu'il commandait. Son navire et lui ne faisaient qu'un. Il en était l'âme. Sur la question du cétacé, aucun doute ne s'élevait dans son esprit, et il ne permettait pas que l'existence de l'animal fût discutée à son bord. Il y croyait comme certaines bonnes femmes croient au Léviathan, — par foi, non par raison. Le monstre existait, il en délivrerait les mers, il l'avait juré. C'était une sorte de chevalier de Rhodes, un Dieudonné de Gozon, marchant à la rencontre du serpent qui désolait son île. Ou le commandant Farragut tuerait le narwal, ou le narwal tuerait le commandant Farragut. Pas de milieu.Les officiers du bord partageaient l'opinion de leur chef. Il fallait les entendre causer, discuter, disputer, calculer les diverses chances d'une rencontre, et observer la vaste étendue de l'Océan. Plus d'un s'imposait un quart volontaire dans les barres de perroquet, qui eût maudit une telle corvée en toute autre circonstance. Tant que le soleil décrivait son arc diurne, la mâture était peuplée de matelots auxquels les planches du pont brûlaient les pieds, et qui n'y pouvaient tenir en place ! Et cependant, l'Abraham-Lincoln ne tranchait pas encore de son étrave les eaux suspectes du Pacifique.Quant à l'équipage, il ne demandait qu'à rencontrer la licorne, à la harponner, à la hisser à bord, à la dépecer. Il surveillait la mer avec une scrupuleuse attention. D'ailleurs, le commandant Farragut parlait d'une certaine somme de deux mille dollars, réservée à quiconque, mousse ou matelot, maître ou officier, signalerait l'animal. Je laisse à penser si les yeux s'exerçaient à bord de l'Abraham-Lincoln.Pour mon compte, je n'étais pas en reste avec les autres, et je ne laissais à personne ma part d'observations quotidiennes. La frégate aurait eu cent fois raison de s'appeler l'Argus. Seul entre tous, Conseil protestait par son indifférence touchant la question qui nous passionnait, et détonait sur l'enthousiasme général du bord.J'ai dit que le commandant Farragut avait soigneusement pourvu son navire d'appareils propres à pêcher le gigantesque cétacé. Un baleinier n'eût pas été mieux armé. Nous possédions tous les engins connus, depuis le harpon qui se lance à la main, jusqu'aux flèches barbelées des espingoles et aux balles explosibles des canardières. Sur le gaillard d'avant s'allongeait un canon perfectionné, se chargeant par la culasse, très-épais de parois, très-étroit d'âme, et dont le modèle doit figurer à l'Exposition universelle de 1867. Ce précieux instrument, d'origine américaine, envoyait sans se gêner, un projectile conique de quatre kilogrammes à une distance moyenne de seize kilomètres.Donc, l'Abraham-Lincoln ne manquait d'aucun moyen de destruction. Mais il avait mieux encore. Il avait Ned Land, le roi des harponneurs.Ned Land était un Canadien, d'une habileté de main peu commune, et qui ne connaissait pas d'égal dans son périlleux métier. Adresse et sang-froid, audace et ruse, il possédait ces qualités à un degré supérieur, et il fallait être une baleine bien maligne, ou un cachalot singulièrement astucieux pour échapper à son coup de harpon.Ned Land avait environ quarante ans. C'était un homme de grande taille — plus de six pieds anglais — vigoureusement bâti, l'air grave, peu communicatif, violent parfois, et très-rageur quand on le contrariait. Sa personne provoquait l'attention, et surtout la puissance de son regard qui accentuait singulièrement sa physionomie."
Première partie - chapitre trois : Comme il plaira à MonsieurProposé par audiolude.frNarrateur : Alain Couchot"Trois secondes avant l'arrivée de la lettre de J.-B. Hobson, je ne songeais pas plus à poursuivre la Licorne qu'à tenter le passage du Nord-Ouest. Trois secondes après avoir lu la lettre de l'honorable secrétaire de la marine, je comprenais enfin que ma véritable vocation, l'unique but de ma vie, était de chasser ce monstre inquiétant et d'en purger le monde.Cependant, je revenais d'un pénible voyage, fatigué, avide de repos. Je n'aspirais plus qu'à revoir mon pays, mes amis, mon petit logement du Jardin des Plantes, mes chères et précieuses collections ! Mais rien ne put me retenir. J'oubliai tout, fatigues, amis, collections, et j'acceptai sans plus de réflexions l'offre du gouvernement américain.« D'ailleurs, pensai-je, tout chemin ramène en Europe, et la Licorne sera assez aimable pour m'entraîner vers les côtes de France ! Ce digne animal se laissera prendre dans les mers d'Europe, — pour mon agrément personnel, — et je ne veux pas rapporter moins d'un demi mètre de sa hallebarde d'ivoire au Muséum d'histoire naturelle. »Mais, en attendant, il me fallait chercher ce narwal dans le nord de l'océan Pacifique ; ce qui, pour revenir en France, était prendre le chemin des antipodes.« Conseil ! » criai-je d'une voix impatiente.Conseil était mon domestique. Un garçon dévoué qui m'accompagnait dans tous mes voyages ; un brave Flamand que j'aimais et qui me le rendait bien, un être phlegmatique par nature, régulier par principe, zélé par habitude, s'étonnant peu des surprises de la vie, très-adroit de ses mains, apte à tout service, et, en dépit de son nom, ne donnant jamais de conseils, — même quand on ne lui en demandait pas.À se frotter aux savants de notre petit monde du Jardin des Plantes, Conseil en était venu à savoir quelque chose. J'avais en lui un spécialiste, très-ferré sur la classification en histoire naturelle, parcourant avec une agilité d'acrobate toute l'échelle des embranchements, des groupes, des classes, des sous-classes, des ordres, des familles, des genres, des sous-genres, des espèces et des variétés. Mais sa science s'arrêtait là. Classer, c'était sa vie, et il n'en savait pas davantage. Très versé dans la théorie de la classification, peu dans la pratique, il n'eût pas distingué, je crois, un cachalot d'une baleine ! Et cependant, quel brave et digne garçon !Conseil, jusqu'ici et depuis dix ans, m'avait suivi partout où m'entraînait la science. Jamais une réflexion de lui sur la longueur ou la fatigue d'un voyage. Nulle objection à boucler sa valise pour un pays quelconque, Chine ou Congo, si éloigné qu'il fût. Il allait là comme ici, sans en demander davantage. D'ailleurs d'une belle santé qui défiait toutes les maladies ; des muscles solides, mais pas de nerfs, pas l'apparence de nerfs, — au moral, s'entend.Ce garçon avait trente ans, et son âge était à celui de son maître comme quinze est à vingt. Qu'on m'excuse de dire ainsi que j'avais quarante ans.Seulement, Conseil avait un défaut. Formaliste enragé, il ne me parlait jamais qu'à la troisième personne — au point d'en être agaçant.« Conseil ! » répétai-je, tout en commençant d'une main fébrile mes préparatifs de départ."
Première partie - chapitre deux : Le pour et le contreProposé par audiolude.frNarrateur : Alain Couchot"CHAPITRE IILE POUR ET LE CONTRE.À l'époque où ces événements se produisirent, je revenais d'une exploration scientifique entreprise dans les mauvaises terres du Nébraska, aux États-Unis. En ma qualité de professeur-suppléant au Muséum d'histoire naturelle de Paris, le gouvernement français m'avait joint à cette expédition. Après six mois passés dans le Nébraska, chargé de précieuses collections, j'arrivai à New York vers la fin de mars. Mon départ pour la France était fixé aux premiers jours de mai. Je m'occupais donc, en attendant, de classer mes richesses minéralogiques, botaniques et zoologiques, quand arriva l'incident du Scotia.J'étais parfaitement au courant de la question à l'ordre du jour, et comment ne l'aurais-je pas été ? J'avais lu et relu tous les journaux américains et européens sans être plus avancé. Ce mystère m'intriguait. Dans l'impossibilité de me former une opinion, je flottais d'un extrême à l'autre. Qu'il y eut quelque chose, cela ne pouvait être douteux, et les incrédules étaient invités à mettre le doigt sur la plaie du Scotia.À mon arrivée à New York, la question brûlait. L'hypothèse de l'îlot flottant, de l'écueil insaisissable, soutenue par quelques esprits peu compétents, était absolument abandonnée. Et, en effet, à moins que cet écueil n'eût une machine dans le ventre, comment pouvait-il se déplacer avec une rapidité si prodigieuse ?De même fut repoussée l'existence d'une coque flottante, d'une énorme épave, et toujours à cause de la rapidité du déplacement.Restaient donc deux solutions possibles de la question, qui créaient deux clans très-distincts de partisans : d'un côté, ceux qui tenaient pour un monstre d'une force colossale ; de l'autre, ceux qui tenaient pour un bateau « sous-marin » d'une extrême puissance motrice.Or, cette dernière hypothèse, admissible après tout, ne put résister aux enquêtes qui furent poursuivies dans les deux mondes. Qu'un simple particulier eût à sa disposition un tel engin mécanique, c'était peu probable. Où et quand l'eut-il fait construire, et comment aurait-il tenu cette construction secrète ?Seul, un gouvernement pouvait posséder une pareille machine destructive et, en ces temps désastreux où l'homme s'ingénie à multiplier la puissance des armes de guerre, il était possible qu'un État essayât à l'insu des autres ce formidable engin. Après les chassepots, les torpilles, après les torpilles, les béliers sous-marins, puis, — la réaction. Du moins, je l'espère.Mais l'hypothèse d'une machine de guerre tomba encore devant la déclaration des gouvernements. Comme il s'agissait là d'un intérêt public, puisque les communications transocéaniennes en souffraient, la franchise des gouvernements ne pouvait être mise en doute. D'ailleurs, comment admettre que la construction de ce bateau sous-marin eût échappé aux yeux du public ? Garder le secret dans ces circonstances est très-difficile pour un particulier, et certainement impossible pour un État dont tous les actes sont obstinément surveillés par les puissances rivales.Donc, après enquêtes faites en Angleterre, en France, en Russie, en Prusse, en Espagne, en Italie, en Amérique, voire même en Turquie, l'hypothèse d'un Monitor sous-marin fut définitivement rejetée.Le monstre revint donc à flots, en dépit des incessantes plaisanteries dont le lardait la petite presse, et dans cette voie, les imaginations se laissèrent bientôt aller aux plus absurdes rêveries d'une ichthyologie fantastique."
Première partie - chapitre premier : Un écueil fuyantProposé par audiolude.frNarrateur : Alain Couchot"L'année 1866 fut marquée par un événement bizarre, un phénomène inexpliqué et inexplicable que personne n'a sans doute oublié. Sans parler des rumeurs qui agitaient les populations des ports et surexcitaient l'esprit public à l'intérieur des continents, les gens de mer furent particulièrement émus. Les négociants, armateurs, capitaines de navires, skippers et masters de l'Europe et de l'Amérique, officiers des marines militaires de tous pays, et, après eux, les gouvernements des divers États des deux continents, se préoccupèrent de ce fait au plus haut point.En effet, depuis quelque temps, plusieurs navires s'étaient rencontrés sur mer avec « une chose énorme, » un objet long, fusiforme, parfois phosphorescent, infiniment plus vaste et plus rapide qu'une baleine.Les faits relatifs à cette apparition, consignés aux divers livres de bord, s'accordaient assez exactement sur la structure de l'objet ou de l'être en question, la vitesse inouïe de ses mouvements, la puissance surprenante de sa locomotion, la vie particulière dont il semblait doué. Si c'était un cétacé, il surpassait en volume tous ceux que la science avait classés jusqu'alors. Ni Cuvier, ni Lacépède, ni M. Dumeril, ni M. de Quatrefages n'eussent admis l'existence d'un tel monstre — à moins de l'avoir vu, ce qui s'appelle vu de leurs propres yeux de savants.À prendre la moyenne des observations faites à diverses reprises, — en rejetant les évaluations timides qui assignaient à cet objet une longueur de deux cents pieds, et en repoussant les opinions exagérées qui le disaient large d'un mille et long de trois, — on pouvait affirmer, cependant, que cet être phénoménal dépassait de beaucoup toutes les dimensions admises jusqu'à ce jour par les ichthyologistes, — s'il existait toutefois.Or, il existait, le fait en lui-même n'était plus niable, et, avec ce penchant qui pousse au merveilleux la cervelle humaine, on comprendra l'émotion produite dans le monde entier par cette surnaturelle apparition. Quant à la rejeter au rang des fables, il fallait y renoncer.En effet, le 20 juillet 1866, le steamer Governor-Higginson, de Calcutta and Burnach steam navigation Company, avait rencontré cette masse mouvante à cinq milles dans l'est des côtes de l'Australie. Le capitaine Baker se crut, tout d'abord, en présence d'un écueil inconnu ; il se disposait même à en déterminer la situation exacte, quand deux colonnes d'eau, projetées par l'inexplicable objet, s'élancèrent en sifflant à cent cinquante pieds dans l'air. Donc, à moins que cet écueil ne fût soumis aux expansions intermittentes d'un geyser, le Governor-Higginson avait affaire bel et bien à quelque mammifère aquatique, inconnu jusque-là, qui rejetait par ses évents des colonnes d'eau, mélangées d'air et de vapeur.Pareil fait fut également observé le 23 juillet de la même année, dans les mers du Pacifique, par le Cristobal-Colon, de West India and Pacific steam navigation Company. Donc, ce cétacé extraordinaire pouvait se transporter d'un endroit à un autre avec une vélocité surprenante, puisque à trois jours d'intervalle, le Governor-Higginson et le Cristobal-Colon l'avaient observé en deux points de la carte séparés par une distance de plus de sept cents lieues marines.Quinze jours plus tard, à deux mille lieues de là, l'Helvetia, de la Compagnie Nationale, et le Shannon, du Royal-Mail, marchant à contrebord dans cette portion de l'Atlantique comprise entre les États-Unis et l'Europe, se signalèrent respectivement le monstre par 42° 15′ de latitude nord, et 60° 35′ de longitude à l'ouest du méridien de Greenwich. Dans cette observation simultanée, on crut pouvoir évaluer la longueur minimum du mammifère à plus de trois cent cinquante pieds anglais , puisque le Shannon et l'Helvetia étaient de dimension inférieure à lui, bien qu'ils mesurassent cent mètres de l'étrave à l'étambot. Or, les plus vastes baleines, celles qui fréquentent les parages des îles Aléoutiennes, le Kulammak et l'Umgullick, n'ont jamais dépassé la longueur de cinquante-six mètres, — si même elles l'atteignent.""L'année 1866 fut marquée par un événement bizarre, un phénomène inexpliqué et inexplicable que personne n'a sans doute oublié. Sans parler des rumeurs qui agitaient les populations des ports et surexcitaient l'esprit public à l'intérieur des continents, les gens de mer furent particulièrement émus. Les négociants, armateurs, capitaines de navires, skippers et masters de l'Europe et de l'Amérique, officiers des marines militaires de tous pays, et, après eux, les gouvernements des divers États des deux continents, se préoccupèrent de ce fait au plus haut point.En effet, depuis quelque temps, plusieurs navires s'étaient rencontrés sur mer avec « une chose énorme, » un objet long, fusiforme, parfois phosphorescent, infiniment plus vaste et plus rapide qu'une baleine.Les faits relatifs à cette apparition, consignés aux divers livres de bord, s'accordaient assez exactement sur la structure de l'objet ou de l'être en question, la vitesse inouïe de ses mouvements, la puissance surprenante de sa locomotion, la vie particulière dont il semblait doué. Si c'était un cétacé, il surpassait en volume tous ceux que la science avait classés jusqu'alors. Ni Cuvier, ni Lacépède, ni M. Dumeril, ni M. de Quatrefages n'eussent admis l'existence d'un tel monstre — à moins de l'avoir vu, ce qui s'appelle vu de leurs propres yeux de savants.À prendre la moyenne des observations faites à diverses reprises, — en rejetant les évaluations timides qui assignaient à cet objet une longueur de deux cents pieds, et en repoussant les opinions exagérées qui le disaient large d'un mille et long de trois, — on pouvait affirmer, cependant, que cet être phénoménal dépassait de beaucoup toutes les dimensions admises jusqu'à ce jour par les ichthyologistes, — s'il existait toutefois."
La piraterie a été pratiquée sur les côtes chinoises de l'Antiquité à nos jours, mais les renseignements notoires sur les activités des contrebandiers et des pillards n'existent pas avant le XIVe siècle. À cette époque, sous la dynastie Ming, se développe le mouvement des Wokou, né au Japon. Il regroupe des Japonais, qui veulent se venger de l'attaque de leur pays par la dynastie chinoise précédente des Yuan, et des Chinois, fonctionnaires et marchands, mécontents de la nouvelle dynastie Ming, entourés d'une armée de contrebandiers, de bandits et de « frères de la côte ». De son côté, l'empereur de Chine crée des milices de garde-côtes. Au cours du XVe siècle, la suprématie de la marine chinoise permet l'essor de véritables relations commerciales en Asie orientale. Au XVIe siècle, l'aggravation du climat social au Japon suscite une recrudescence de la piraterie qui trouve un terrain idéal sur la côte chinoise. À la fin du XVIIIe siècle, la piraterie en mer de Chine méridionale va se développer, et, au 19è siècle, alors que la piraterie tend à disparaître, une pirate a, elle aussi, tiré les ficelles des grandes organisations mondiales de son époque. Dans cet épisode, je vais vous raconter l'histoire de Ching Shih, une pirate qui a fait de la piraterie une institutions encore plus redoutable que la marine impériale chinoise. De prostituée à pirate redoutable, elle monte à la tête de la flotte du Drapeau Rouge, et tient d'une main de fer son équipage qui compte plusieurs milliers d'hommes. Vous découvrirez comment, en 10 ans, elle va diriger toute l'organisation politique et commerciale des cotes chinoises méridionales et humilier l'empereur et son armée plus d'une fois.
Le breton qui s'est lancé dans un tour du monde à la voile avec sa poule Monique !
Le XVIIe a été baptisé "Siècle d'or néerlandais". Maîtres des mers et des cartes maritimes, les Néerlandais se sont implantés un peu partout dans le monde, notamment dans la zone Asie-Pacifique. Comment une jeune et petite république a-t-elle réussi à se hisser au rang des puissances coloniales majeures du XVIIe siècle? Laurent Huguenin-Élie rencontre Diederick Wildeman, conservateur au Musée maritime d'Amsterdam, auteur, spécialiste en cartographie et des récits de voyages. (en rediffusion) Photo: Musée maritime d'Amsterdam, l'un des plus grands musées du monde consacrés à la navigation. Grâce à la compagnie des Indes Orientales, les Pays-Bas ont bâti un empire colonial, notamment au Japon. Aujourd'hui encore, environ 160 mots d'origine hollandaise sont utilisés dans le japonais standard, comme "zondag" (dimanche), devenu "dontaku" en japonais.
durée : 00:04:13 - Chroniques littorales de José-Manuel Lamarque - par : Jose Manuel Lamarque - L'atlas historique de la France Maritime...
Emission exceptionnelle ce soir dans Jour J. À quelques jours du départ de la Route du Rhum, Flavie Flament vous fait découvrir les coulisses de son convoyage en pleine nuit avec Armel Le Cléac'h à bord de son maxi trimaran ! Une expérience unique et forte en sensations ! "Jour J", c'est l'émission des grands entretiens d'actualité internationale, culturelle, économique et politique. Chaque jour sur RTL de 20h à 21h et en podcast, Flavie Flament reçoit un acteur de l'actualité et revient avec lui sur une date fondamentale de sa vie.
Ce dessin animé français n'a pas forcément marqué les esprits, mais il fut l'un des premiers dont la colorisation était faite entièrement sur ordinateur. Il a été diffusé à partir de novembre 1986 sur Antenne 2, dans Récré A2. Son générique est composé par Paul Koulak (Clémentine) sur des paroles de Michel Rivgauche et il est interprété par une certaine Arlène Tempier…
durée : 00:04:39 - Les Savanturiers - par : Fabienne Chauvière - Pour le spécialiste de la végétation sous-marine, des algues, Alexandre Meinesz des pans entiers de la biodiversité marine sont négligés, car on se focalise trop souvent sur des espèces emblématiques. La biodiversité, c'est tout l'ensemble des animaux et des végétaux.
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If you've done any sort of research on index investing and ETFs, then I'm almost certain you would have heard of Vanguard, as they are one of the pioneers in this space. They have a very impressive massive following in the US and have really established themselves in Canada as well, where they are the 3rd largest ETF provider. I always wanted to interview them because I'm sure, like you, as one invests, you begin to wonder about certain things when it comes to index investing, and ETFs in general. I've been accumulating this list of questions for them over the years and it's exciting to finally get a chance to interview them. Questions Covered: Asset allocation ETFs have become incredibly popular here in Canada so I thought we could start our conversation there.First, for anybody just getting started in DIY investing, can you briefly explain what asset allocation ETFs are? One of the key appeals of asset allocation ETFs for many Canadians, is that the funds within the ETF are automatically rebalanced. Therefore, DIY investors don't need to use tools or a spreadsheet to do this themselves. How often are the Vanguard asset allocation ETFs rebalanced? And when we have something like the large but brief crash from COVID, are the asset allocation ETFs rebalanced at a different interval during such significant events? A dilemma that I'm sure many Canadians face is whether they should use an asset allocation ETF for their entire portfolio, or whether they should split it up and buy individual ETFs instead, to get a slightly lower cost and increased tax efficiency by being able to place the individual ETFs in the account type that is most efficient for that ETF. Is there a certain threshold in terms of portfolio size, or something else where you think Canadians should consider switching from an asset allocation ETF to individual ETFs? When it comes to your asset allocation ETFs, I noticed that your allocations definitely differ from your main competitor iShares. Can you take us through how your asset allocation ETFs are different from iShares, and why you believe your methodology is superior? DIY Investors that classify themselves as total market index investors often hear that their equity asset allocation should be based on market cap weights. For example, since Canada is only 2.4% of the world markets, then only 2.4% of our portfolio should be in Canada (source). However, when we look at the asset allocation ETFs of Vanguard (and your competitors), we notice that Canada is overrepresented (i.e. a home country bias), and the US is underrepresented with respect to just their market cap weights. I know there is a reason you do this and Vanguard has done research on this so can you take us through why your weights don't actually try to exactly match the market cap weights that we see across the world? One particular ETF that I'm sure has caught the attention of many retirees (or soon to be retirees) is the Vanguard Retirement Income ETF (VRIF). Can you explain what this ETF is, and the pros and cons of using it vs just holding a more traditional core total market index portfolio (like VGRO or VBAL for example). One of your popular ETFs is VUN (the Vanguard US Total Market Index ETF). Traditionally, Vanguard and iShares tend to have almost identical fees (MER), when it comes to total market index investing. However, I've had several listeners ask why in the case of VUN, its main competing ETF (XUU from iShares) is at a 0.08% MER whereas Vanguard is double at 0.16% MER. Now I realize that these are both still really low MERs, especially when we compare them to traditional mutual funds that tend to have MERs of 2%+, but I was wondering if this uncommon discrepancy in fees is something that is on Vanguard's radar, and is Vanguard considering matching iShares like it has in the past with many of its other ETFs? This next one is a bit technical, but for Canadian investors that are really trying to optimize their portfolio: Whether stocks are held directly or through an ETF in another country like the US becomes important, due to the two layers of withholding tax that we have to pay if we're holding international stocks through a US listed ETF. With the Vanguard international ETFs (VEE and VIU), are the international companies now held directly instead of through a US listed ETF? And if not, is that something that Vanguard is looking into changing in the future so that Canadian investors no longer have to endure those two layers of dividend withholding tax? Vanguard is seen by many Canadians as the pioneer when it comes to passive, total market index investing, especially with your founder Jack Bogle being such a strong supporter of total market index investing. I noticed however that Vanguard also has an active investing division. Can you tell us more about that as typically active investing is viewed by DIY passive index investors as the complete opposite of passive total market index investing. Why does Vanguard believe that having a combination of both active and passive funds plays a critical role in a well-diversified investment portfolio? Can you tell us about the different resources available on your site for investors?
Typical Books: Horror Fiction Booktube Unbound
Some books start a film rolling in your mind as you read - and here are some I think ought to be made into films. This may be a recurring theme here, and thank you to Mers of Harpies in the Trees for the suggestion ages ago! ✮✮✮✮✮✮ Welcome to Typical books; horror fiction unbound - I am Lydia Peever, horror author and co-host of the horror film podcast Dead Air and creator of the horror booktube channel Typical Books. If you want more, head over to Patreon for extended and bonus shows! Typical Books is one of the Top 35 Canadian podcasts! Feedspot has a team of over 25 experts whose goal is to discover and rank popular blogs, podcasts, and youtube channels in several niche categories. If you are looking for something new to read, some insight or reviews of horror you have read, or even talk from a writer's perspective, I hope you enjoy this little podcast. Check out the Youtube version by searching Typical Books, or visit me at typicalbooks.com. Music by ænorex ▹ https://aenorex.com music used by permission of the artist --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/typicalbooks/message
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Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks. Includes articles with these titles: “Health Care Stocks: Reviewing The Best Of The Industry”; “3 Biotech Stocks For Your October 2022 Watchlist”; “7 Topflight Green Energy Stocks Investors Need To Know For 2022”; “11 Best Alternative Energy Stocks to Buy Now”; “Best Infrastructure ETFs for Q4 2022.” And more Podcast: Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks Transcript & Links, Episode 91, October 7, 2022 Hello, Ron Robins here. Welcome to my podcast episode 91 published on October 7, 2022, titled “Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks” — and presented by Investing for the Soul. Investingforthesoul.com is your site for vital global ethical and sustainable investing mentoring, news, commentary, information, and resources. Remember that you can find a full transcript, and links to content – including stock symbols and bonus material – on this episode's podcast page located at investingforthesoul.com/podcasts. Now if any terms are unfamiliar to you, simply Google them. Also, just a reminder. I do not evaluate any of the stocks or funds mentioned in these podcasts, nor do I receive any compensation from anyone covered in these podcasts. Furthermore, I will reveal to you any personal investments I have in the investments mentioned herein. Additionally, quotes about individual companies are brief so that I can get as many companies covered as possible in the time allowed. Please go to this podcast's webpage for links to the actual articles where you'll find much more great company information. ------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks Now, almost all ethical and sustainable investors have health care stocks and or funds. So, I want to lead off with this article titled Health Care Stocks: Reviewing The Best Of The Industry. It's by Q.ai and appears on forbes.com. Here are some quotes from the article on each of the recommended stocks. “1) UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) UnitedHealth's stock has been a solid performer with strong growth over the past five years… The company provides health insurance policies for consumers and is expanding to offer policies through the ACA marketplace in many states. 2) Cigna (NYSE: CI) Cigna is one of the oldest health insurance companies in the U.S. It was founded in 1792 and continues to operate using solid operating principles that enable it to survive and thrive as a company… analysts agree this stock is currently undervalued. 3) Cardinal Health (NYSE: CH) Cardinal Health provides health care services across the U.S. and abroad. It seeks to provide affordable health care services. 4) Acadia Healthcare (NASDAQ: ACHC) Acadia Healthcare focuses on providing mental health care to patients across the country… The company is poised for growth as the emotional toll of the pandemic drove more people to seek out therapy in large numbers. 5) Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: REGN) The company is famous for its monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 and is engaged in further research to uncover more applications for the treatment… Its stock price shot up in the early days of the pandemic and has yet to lose significant value. 6) AstraZeneca (NASDAQ: AZN) AstraZeneca is an international pharmaceutical company that makes drugs for the prescription and non-prescription markets. It manufactures the popular acid reflux medication Nexium and multiple medicines for the treatment of diabetes. AstraZeneca's focus on making medications for the long-term management of health care makes it an excellent stock to buy and hold. 7) Novartis (NYSE: NVS) Novartis is an international pharmaceutical company that researches and manufactures medication for treating serious illnesses… The company has been underperforming in the health care sector but is unlikely to go under any time soon. 8) Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY) Bristol-Myers Squibb is a U.S.-based, multinational pharmaceutical company that researches and manufactures medication for use at the prescription and over-the-counter levels. It's a Fortune 500 company… founded in 1887 and has shown its capability to be a medical innovation leader. 9) Abbott Laboratories (NYSE: ABT) Abbott Laboratories is involved in developing and manufacturing medical devices, diagnostic tools, generic and branded medications and nutritional products. 10) AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV) AbbVie split off from Abbott Laboratories in 2013 to focus on medical research. The company seeks to find ways to improve patients' lives through the use of pharmaceuticals in areas that include oncology, neuroscience, virology, women's health and eye care. 11) Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) Johnson & Johnson, also known as J&J, is a well-known brand that produces a wide variety of health care products at the consumer and medical industry levels. The company has been in trouble for different issues… Despite these issues, the company has gained almost 35% over the past five years. 12) Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) Pfizer made waves in the health care industry when it released its Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to help control the spread of the virus. The stock has trended higher in the past five years. 13) Merck (NYSE: MRK) Merck is a global pharmaceutical and health care company researching and producing human medications, biological therapies, vaccines and animal health medications and products. 14) Novavax (NASDAQ: NVAX) Novavax is an American company that primarily produces vaccines for emergent and established viruses. It currently has an authorized COVID-19 vaccine and has multiple COVID-19 vaccines in various stages of clinical trials. It also has vaccines for Ebola, MERS and SARS in clinical trials. 15) CVS (NYSE: CVS) CVS is a retail pharmacy chain that operates the retail pharmacy chain CVS, (and) CVS Caremark, which manages pharmacy benefits, health insurance provider Aetna, and owns multiple brands. 16) Teladoc Health (NYSE: TDOC) Teladoc Health engages in telemedicine and e-healthcare services for patients unable to reach a physical health care location… Its stock price spiked throughout the COVID-19 pandemic but has given up its gains since the beginning of 2021.” End quotes. ------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks Continuing with the health care theme we have this article titled 3 Biotech Stocks For Your October 2022 Watchlist which is found on streetinsider.com. Here are some quotes from the article on each stock. “1) Gilead Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ: GILD) … is a leading biopharmaceutical company that specializes in the development and commercialization of innovative medicines… (an) emphasis on HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. 2) BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc. (NASDAQ: BMRN) … develops and commercializes innovative therapeutics for patients with serious and life-threatening rare genetic disorders. 3) Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) (Yes, again!) Pfizer's primary businesses are pharmaceuticals, biologics and vaccines, consumer healthcare, and animal health.” End quotes. ------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks Now we turn our attention back to familiar ground with this article titled 7 Topflight Green Energy Stocks Investors Need To Know For 2022. It's again by Q.ai and also on forbes.com. Now some quotes from the article. Quote… “1) Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. (BEP) … generates electricity with hydroelectric, wind, solar and biomass sources. The company has a globally diversified portfolio of renewable power assets… They're also investing in emerging future technologies like green hydrogen. 2) Tesla Inc. (TSLA) Tesla also has a proven track record, and the company has been generating substantial profit from its regulatory credits. 3) First Solar Inc. (FSLR) … is one of the leading solar panel makers worldwide… manufactures thin-film solar panels… First Solar has been investing heavily to increase its solar panel manufacturing capabilities. 4) Stem Inc. (STEM) Stem is a global leader when it comes to AI-enabled smart energy storage. 5) Plug Power Inc. (PLUG) … provides an alternate energy technology by focusing on providing an end-to-end green hydrogen ecosystem, from production to storage. 6) Clearway Energy (CWEN) … is one of the biggest operators and developers of clean energy in the US. The company is presently focused on solar and wind generation projects. 7) NextEra Energy (NEE) They're currently one of the largest wind and solar energy producers worldwide… They also announced a plan to eliminate carbon emissions totally from operations by 2045.” End quotes. ------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks So here's a second article on the green energy theme. It's titled 11 Best Alternative Energy Stocks to Buy Now. It's by Usman Kabir and found on insidermonkey.com. Here are some brief quotes from Mr. Kabir on each company. Starting at… “11) Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: OPTT) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 3 Ocean Power Technologies makes and sells systems that generate power by harnessing the energy of ocean waves. 10) Sunworks, Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 3 … markets photovoltaic and battery-based power and storage systems… The stock has benefited from the rising prices for solar cells in the past few months, partly because of supply chain problems that are also affecting other industries. 9) TPI Composites, Inc. (NASDAQ: TPIC) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 12 TPI Composites manufactures and sells composite wind blades, and related precision molding and assembly systems to original equipment manufacturers. The company is one of the most prominent clean energy stocks to invest in. 8) Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: CSIQ) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 13 Canadian Solar designs, develops, manufactures, and sells solar ingots, wafers, cells, modules, and other solar power and battery storage products. 7) Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. (NYSE: BEP) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 19 Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. owns a portfolio of renewable power generating facilities primarily in North America, Colombia, Brazil, Europe, India, and China… (It) has an impressive dividend profile. 6) Clearway Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CWEN) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 21 Clearway Energy operates as a renewable energy company in the United States. On June 28, the company announced that it had agreed to purchase a portfolio of operating wind projects from Capistrano Wind Partners… the portfolio consists of five utility-scale wind projects.” 5) Plug Power Inc. (NASDAQ: PLUG) (Yes, again.) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 26 Plug Power delivers end-to-end clean hydrogen and zero-emissions fuel cell solutions for various sectors… On September 8, the company announced that it had secured the largest multi-site electrolyzer order in Europe to date. 4) First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) (And again!) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 26 First Solar provides photovoltaic solar energy solutions globally. It is one of the elite clean energy stocks to invest in. On September 19, the company announced that it had signed a deal to supply 600 MW of advanced thin film photovoltaic solar modules to Azure Power Global (NYSE: AZRE), an India-based firm. 3) SolarEdge Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: SEDG) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 40 SolarEdge Technologies designs, develops, and sells direct current (DC) optimized inverter systems for solar photovoltaic installations worldwide. 2) NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE) (Yes, a second time here.) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 59 NextEra Energy transmits, distributes, and sells electric power to retail and wholesale customers in North America. The firm is among the best clean energy stocks to invest in… It has consistently paid a dividend to shareholders for the past thirty-two years. 1) Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) (Yes, and again.) Number of Hedge Fund Holders: 72 Tesla designs, develops, manufactures, leases, and sells electric vehicles, and energy generation and storage systems. The company is one of the most prominent clean energy stocks to invest in.” End quotes. ------------------------------------------------------------- 5. Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks Also, a favorite for ethical and sustainable investors is infrastructure. Check out this article titled Best Infrastructure ETFs for Q4 2022. It's by Noah Bolton on investopedia.com. Now some very brief quotes from Mr. Bolton. “1) SPDR S&P Global Infrastructure ETF (GII) (This ETF) tracks the S&P Global Infrastructure Index, an index comprised of the 75 largest infrastructure-related stocks based on float-adjusted market capitalization. 2) iShares Global Infrastructure ETF (IGF) (Like the first fund, this ETF) tracks the S&P Global Infrastructure Index. This fund is multi-cap and uses a blended approach, focusing its holdings on companies in developed markets. The utilities and transportation sectors comprise about 79% of the fund's holdings. 3) iShares U.S. Infrastructure ETF (IFRA) (This ETF) tracks the NYSE FactSet U.S. Infrastructure Index, which tracks the performance of U.S. stocks in a broad range of areas including energy transport and storage, railroads, construction, and engineering services.” End quotes. ------------------------------------------------------------- UK articles – not in any order 1) Title: The best renewable energy funds to buy now on MoneyWeek.com. By Max King. 2) Title: Best ESG Funds In October 2022 on standard.co.uk. By Andrew Michael. ------------------------------------------------------------- Ending Comment Well, these are my top news stories with their stock and fund tips -- for this podcast: “Best Healthcare, Green Energy, Infrastructure Stocks.” Now, please be sure to click the like and subscribe buttons on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you download or listen to this podcast. That helps bring these podcasts to others like you. And please click the share buttons to share this podcast with your friends and family. Let's promote ethical and sustainable investing as a force for hope in these deeply troubled times! Contact me if you have any questions. Thank you for listening. Talk to you next on October 21st. Bye for now. © 2022 Ron Robins, Investing for the Soul
durée : 00:58:43 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - De Barbe Noire à Barberousse, en passant par Jack Sparrow, le capitaine Crochet ou Rackham le Rouge, les pirates, corsaires et flibustiers sont devenus des mythes de la culture populaire. Qui sont-ils véritablement ? - invités : Maxime Martignon Docteur en histoire moderne, spécialiste des pratiques d'écritures au XVIIe siècle; Frantz Olivié Historien et éditeur, cofondateur des éditions Anacharsis; Valérie Hannin Directrice de la rédaction du magazine L'Histoire
durée : 00:59:08 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - Les voyages transatlantiques en paquebot, entre l'Europe et les États-Unis, se massifient à la fin du XIXe siècle et évoluent tout au long du XXe siècle. Comment les croisières d'agrément se sont-elles développées ? - invités : Antoine Resche Docteur en histoire contemporaine, spécialiste en navigation transatlantique; Marie-Anne Du Boullay Directrice de l'établissement public de coopération culturelle French Lines & Compagnies
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durée : 00:54:53 - Le temps d'un bivouac - par : Daniel FIEVET - Au sud de l'océan Indien, l'île aux cochons abrite une immense colonie de manchots royaux dont l'effectif a fortement chuté au cours des 40 dernières années. Pour enquêter sur cette mystérieuse hécatombe, des scientifiques se sont rendus sur place. Le grand reporter Michel Izard les a suivis... - réalisé par : Stéphanie TEXIER, Etienne BERTIN
Pour les vacances, certains vont choisir la mer, d'autre l'océan, mais quelle est la différence ?
Jean Le Cam est un marin d'exception. Son palmarès, son expérience et ses exploits en solitaire lui valent d'ailleurs le surnom de “Roi Jean”. Mais le navigateur ne le sait que trop bien, la mer est capricieuse et imprévisible. Sa carrière l'aura démontré de manière implacable à deux reprises. Lors du Vendée Globe de 2009, son navire chavire au large du Cap Horn faisant de lui un naufragé. 12 ans plus tard, pour la dernière édition de la compétition, c'est à son tour de recevoir les appels de détresse d'un compétiteur. Une bonne occasion de payer sa dette…
IMPACT POSITIF - les solutions existent
Retrouvez dans cet envoi l'interview du "monde d'après" de Corentin de Chatelperron. Un moment fort du podcast que vous retrouvez à la toute fin de l'épisode. Bonne écoute ! ----- Corentin de Chatelperron me fait indubitablement penser à ces "bifurqueurs" dont on a beaucoup parlé en cette fin d‘année scolaire. Sauf que lui, il a bifurqué il y a longtemps déjà ! Il vient de boucler son tour du monde des low-tech avec son bateau « Nomade des Mers ». Ingénieur, navigateur, il avait entamé ce tour avec son équipe il y a 6 ans. Il vient d'accoster en Bretagne fin juin après 25 pays visités et plus de 50 technologies low-tech repérées. Objectif : documenter ces technologies et essayer de les faire connaître au plus grand nombre. Aujourd'hui, alors que l'Etat et de grandes entreprises nous appellent à moins consommer, les low-tech peuvent-elles être une des solutions ? Pour Corentin, sans aucun doute. Par opposition au high-tech, les low-tech sont à la fois utiles, accessibles et durables. Si celles-ci étaient plus largement connues, acceptées et adaptées, nous dit-il, elles permettraient de lutter efficacement contre les maux environnementaux, sociaux et sociétaux du XXIème siècle. Des technologies qui ont également été expérimentées « en direct » sur son bateau : éolienne, mouches « soldat noir », poules, culture de spiruline, etc. La Bretagne, laboratoire européen du low tech ? L'idée est aussi de faire passer à l'échelle ces technologies, qu'elles infiltrent la société, qu'elle s'en empare. Un festival s'est tenu en Bretagne afin de rencontrer le grand public. Avec le Low-tech Lab, co-fondé par Corentin de Chatelperron, 20 organisations bretonnes vont bientôt être accompagnées dans leur transition low-tech sur plusieurs années. Parmi elles : l'hôpital de Concarneau, la mairie, une brasserie, un hôtel, le Muséum national d'histoire naturelle. Tout va être revu en termes de déplacements, chauffage, gestion des déchets. Les low-tech, c'est aussi une façon de se réapproprier la technique. « Petit à petit, le progrès actuel nous amène à ne plus rien maîtriser de notre quotidien », estime Corentin. Réparer des objets, comprendre ce qu'il y a derrière, se réapproprier les objets du quotidien, voilà un autre objectif des low tech. C'est une passion pour Corentin, et vous la sentirez tout au long de ce podcast. En vacances ou pas, profitez bien, prenez soin de vous et on se retrouve à la rentrée pour une nouvelle saison du podcast et un module « Impact Positif » sur la grille de LCI. A bientôt !
IMPACT POSITIF - les solutions existent
Corentin de Chatelperron me fait indubitablement penser à ces "bifurqueurs" dont on a beaucoup parlé en cette fin d‘année scolaire. Sauf que lui, il a bifurqué il y a longtemps déjà ! Il vient de boucler son tour du monde des low-tech avec son bateau « Nomade des Mers ». Ingénieur, navigateur, il avait entamé ce tour avec son équipe il y a 6 ans. Il vient d'accoster en Bretagne fin juin après 25 pays visités et plus de 50 technologies low-tech repérées. Objectif : documenter ces technologies et essayer de les faire connaître au plus grand nombre. Aujourd'hui, alors que l'Etat et de grandes entreprises nous appellent à moins consommer, les low-tech peuvent-elles être une des solutions ? Pour Corentin, sans aucun doute. Par opposition au high-tech, les low-tech sont à la fois utiles, accessibles et durables. Si celles-ci étaient plus largement connues, acceptées et adaptées, nous dit-il, elles permettraient de lutter efficacement contre les maux environnementaux, sociaux et sociétaux du XXIème siècle. Des technologies qui ont également été expérimentées « en direct » sur le bateau : éolienne, mouches « soldat noir », poules, culture de spiruline, etc. La Bretagne, laboratoire européen du low-tech ? L'idée est aussi de faire passer à l'échelle ces technologies, qu'elles infiltrent la société, qu'elle s'en empare. Un festival s'est tenu en Bretagne afin de rencontrer le grand public. Avec le Low-Tech Lab, co-fondé par Corentin de Chatelperron, 20 organisations bretonnes vont bientôt être accompagnées dans leur transition low-tech sur plusieurs années. Parmi elles : l'hôpital de Concarneau, la mairie, une brasserie, un hôtel, le Muséum national d'histoire naturelle. Tout va être revu en termes de déplacements, chauffage, gestion des déchets. Les low-tech, c'est aussi une façon de se réapproprier la technique. « Petit à petit, le progrès actuel nous amène à ne plus rien maîtriser de notre quotidien », estime Corenton de Chatelperron. Réparer des objets, comprendre ce qu'il y a derrière, se réapproprier les objets du quotidien, voilà un autre objectif des low-tech. C'est une passion pour Corentin, vous la sentirez tout au long de ce podcast ! En vacances ou pas, profitez bien, prenez soin de vous et on se retrouve à la rentrée pour une nouvelle saison du podcast et un module « Impact Positif » sur la grille de LCI. A bientôt !
-30% à l'école du fait maison avec le code BASILIC : https://kelvin.eco/ À l'occasion de notre programmation estivale, je vous propose de (ré)écouter l'épisode consacré aux sargasses. Les sargasses sont des algues brunes invasives qui prolifèrent sur les plages du littoral des Antilles. Les sargasses sont des microalgues brunes équipées de flotteurs naturels qui leur permettent de coloniser la surface de la mer et de s'y multiplier. Elles peuvent ainsi envahir des dizaines de kilomètres de littoral. Les sargasses s'amoncellent sur les rivages, salissent plages et ports, bloquent parfois l'accès des bateaux... Mais surtout, ces algues dégagent, en séchant, de l'hydrogène sulfuré et de l'ammoniac, qui peuvent provoquer maux de tête, nausées et vomissements. Pierre-Antoine Guibout cherche à valoriser les sargasses afin qu'elles deviennent utiles. Après de nombreux essais, Pierre-Antoine parvient à créer du papier à partir de ces algues brunes. Il se rapproche alors du CEVA, le Centre d'étude et de valorisation des algues pour faire certifier sa création. C'est le début de l'aventure Sargasse Project. Pour en savoir plus : https://sargasseproject.com/ Soutenir Basilic : instagram.com/basilicpodcast/ basilicpodcast.com Production : Jeane Clesse Musique : @Klein Graphisme : Mahaut Clément & Coralie Chauvin Mix : Jeane Clesse Si cet épisode vous a plu, n'hésitez pas à laisser plein d'étoiles et un commentaire sur la plateforme Apple Podcasts et surtout à vous abonner grâce à votre application de podcasts préférée ! Cela m'aide énormément à faire découvrir Basilic à de nouveaux auditeurs et de nouvelles auditrices.
durée : 00:52:05 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - Anita Conti est une femme aux multiples casquettes. À la fois artiste, journaliste, écrivaine, c'est aussi la première femme océanographe. Comment Anita Conti est-elle devenue la "Dame de la mer" et une pionnière dans la défense de l'environnement ? - invités : Fabien Locher Historien des sciences, spécialiste de l'histoire environnementale, des sciences et des techniques; Laurent Girault-Conti Plasticien, fils adoptif d'Anita Conti
durée : 00:52:02 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - Proche des idées des Lumières, mais armateur de navires qui pratiquent la traite négrière, le corsaire Surcouf synthétise à lui seul les contradictions de son temps. Pourquoi ce navigateur hors pair est-il l'objet d'une légende, celle du corsaire patriote par excellence ? - invités : Michel Vergé-Franceschi Historien, spécialiste du XVIIIe siècle, de l'histoire de la Marine et de la Corse; Dominique Le Brun Journaliste et écrivain