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using the term morrish was racist and offensive against people from north africa but we spoke to people here on the streets of frankfurt and gauge their opinion about the proposed name change i think it's a shame because it's part of maybe our culture to end it doesn't have any more to do with maybe we've. already. we shouldn't change our traditions. from them on the cd to me if something is to be racist it has to either diminish or belittle people in this case it has more to do with recognizing cultural heritage it didn't even appear to me that you know it's offensive because it is a historic it's simply historic terminal in the pharmacy doesn't for sure doesn't use it to be to be offensive the owners of both pharmacies politely declined to appear on camera saying that the news that they were going to be forced to change their name it brought nothing but unwanted publicity interestingly enough the name
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or more and is much more common place in the state of north rhine-westphalia but when the integration council in that state were asked if they'd be following frankfurt's example well they said no they had far better things to be doing peter all of frankfurt. although the value of bitcoin has been noticeably volatile the positives seem to sit with the technology underlying the crypto currency and russia's capital one businessman has turned a former soviet a car factory into a crypto currency far in the hope of benefiting the local economy. process how do ya go has the details in his new segment krypto. welcome to our digital digest on everything exciting in the world of blah change i mean your fastest jago this is our tease for tell you soviet ciphering. technology
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may just be what the world needs for a global revolution in mining we're about to speak to the founder of the russian mining company and see what the multi cell miner is all about big news from moscow as the russian mining company cohen by dmitri marine shiv one of president vladimir putin's internet. plan to raise as much as one hundred million dollars in bitcoin and for their i c.e.o. the result was only forty three million but it was more than needed to go on with the production of the multi cell miner see with mining its simple machine takes part in every day crypto currency exchange operations and gains the owner eight per cent per week chance action the latest chinese big main mining machine at twenty three hundred dollars will produce you around twenty five dollars worth of bitcoin daily r m c s two miners in the works a sixteen hundred dollars sunrise bitcoin miner that has more mining power than big mains machine that's producing thirty to forty percent more of the revenue and the
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multi-cell alternative coin miner that will be a breakthrough for the world's mining machinery let's speak with meet the marine ship himself and get the latest on the progress so you had a tough launch some deadlines were long but everyone is in good to see the miners what's the progress so far the progress is good that the sunrise mine is ready and as we speak we've been getting mass production at the factory all the multi-cell should be ready by over twenty eight multi-cell is a microprocessor which routes deep into the soviet past when the multi-celled processing philosophy was created it was used in space communication and it is still used but it is basically a ciphering technology the communication channels using minimal energy consumption and at the same time being extremely failsafe oh because several cells allow the processor to keep working even if one or two cells have malfunctioned in orbit the thought experiment of when we did the mathematical equations and experiments the results were. sounding as they were radically better and higher than for example
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the usual alternative queendom mining through video cuts my own calculations one multi-celled will produce up to four thousand dollars in revenue a day and that's where we got the idea to do an i.c.a.o. for the production of such unique products what's your take on the future of crypto in russia i think the russian government overall sees cryptocurrency is something positive there is an ounce that have yet to be established steps are being taken to govern cryptocurrency but overall the drift i'm getting is that even with future laws in place russia will be a very habitable country for cryptocurrency it is really mind boggling a machine that will produce four thousand dollars a day is that even possible well let's wait and see you can watch the full episode of our teas on our you tube channel stay tuned. meanwhile the canadian based on has found an alternative use for crypto currency mining he's recycling the heat
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generated through bitcoin mining for agricultural use or the waste heat generated from one hundred bitcoin mining computers is being recycled to grow edible plants and maintain fish tank temperatures currently around eight hundred charge being raised in the warehouse in the founder of the my arrow group explains how recycling waste heat can bring economic benefits to the local community. recycling that waste heat from data centers or bitcoin miners that's going to have a huge economic impact to your wallet whether it's from strawberries or even nutraceuticals from growing very specific plants under tight environmental conditions the benefit is going to be felt by everyone what we do know is that the digital economy has a huge ecological footprint whether you're searching on amazon or on facebook even doing a google search that's equivalent to driving a car fifty kilometers that's a big carbon footprint now we can take that waste and then converted into
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facilities where we're growing food and that food addresses real humanitarian needs like food security and being able to have fresh produce throughout the year we might have a shot still to come here on algae international we take a look at the hopefuls competing for the russian presidency i believe right after a short break. join me every focused on the alex simon show and i'll be speaking to guests of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then.
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seemed wrong. to me. just to shake out just because the adjective and engagement equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart. just to look for common ground. it is good to have you with us today as russia prepares for its upcoming presidential elections are two years or so on a boy talk to one of the hopefuls so in your subject who says that
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a vote for her is a vote against everyone. i want to show people of russia that there is another point of view this is the goal of my complaint i know you can't win on the elections where only put in always wins but in himself on many occasions that russia needs more competition both political but he never gives it i didn't know all the facts you are so so out of your here for eighteen years i'm just a little blonde girl you know coming from going to shows and how to balance with me . i've never said that a president should be you know one field expert. of the only good way for us is the long way i know that many people want to foster change but change only happens as
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a revolution i am against. i want to educate people i want to bring them truth and i want together all their problems to make them federal it's the same old russian paternalism waiting for the officials to fix the problem don't you think that you are essentially playing the very same kremlin tactic no i'm not i am the change people want to see. sonia subject is one of a number of candidates competing for the russian presidency the incumbent of light amir putin is running for what would be his fourth term russia's communist party presented a new face this year grew dean and is their candidate however the candidates from the liberal democratic party and the more liberal leaning yabloko party vladimir zhirinovsky and grigory yavlinsky are the same as in previous elections.
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the u.s. now the debate over what to do with the children of illegal immigrants who grew up in the country known as dreamers where the debate is heating up an article in the new york times has triggered a backlash for proposing a compromise between liberals on the trumpet ministration over the issue the author of the piece suggested that trump's senior policy adviser stephen miller should be included in the gauche oceans about immigration as he represents the views of a wide spectrum of society miller is an advocate of increased restrictions on immigration the idea prompted people to take to twitter to brown the new york times a white supremacist paper this is a town i am a sahm to normalise this regime grabs politicians fascism and nazis is insane and must be stopped still furious at the new york times for normalising white supremacist steven miller new york times do you have any distance you left i guess
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printing this mash notes to white supremacist on whole course memorial day is the answer to that question shame on you prefer found and utter shame on you new york times is not why supreme is this paper is a multiple nonce above this is constant pro trompe are and praise for me long today of all days is not exceptional john griffin a conservative commentator in texas thinks that it's difficult to reach a compromise when both the far right and the far left dictating terms. you have bad eggs in each administration i don't think steve miller is a bad egg i think he's gotten an unfair rap like many of the members of the tribe of ministration because of how intensely the radical left hate tropp and how intensely the far right are determined to defend anything and everything about this administration there is a core sense of what it means to be an american rights for workers low unemployment
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you know respect to the individuals all these things go out the window on the extreme left and on the extreme right when we allow those two polls to dictate the discussion and that's what's happening on immigration and we can go a different direction if we'd only shoot. in northwestern iraq the locals are livid after a u.s. led coalition air strike reportedly had civilians on local police instead of terrorists the incident took place on saturday reports suggest at least eight people were killed and twenty injured here's what i witnesses had to say. you have to say ok when we ride by car to find people killed or wounded the officer carried a wounded woman and laid her down in the car after that the same car was hit by a missile killed fifteen seconds later they opened fire on the people and their houses with a machine gun shortly after this a missile hit a police car and officers were killed.
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iraqi officials have confirmed a cold for a u.s. led air strike but insists that they are for a target a terror cell the u.s. military also says that's how things unfolded adding that an investigation is now underway. iraqi security forces conducted a raid and apprehended a high value dash leader during extraction of the dash later a dash member reportedly initiated an exchange of ground fire and iraqi leaders called for coalition air support several people were killed and wounded during the exchange and the incident is under investigation by iraqi and coalition officials the coalition operates by permission and in direct coordination with the government of iraq and its security forces so with an investigation underway at the head of the iraqi security and defense committee cold on the government to adopt measures that will restrain the u.s. led coalition's actions in iraq. well after much anticipation from
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football fans english club leeds united unveiled a new badge only to receive floods of criticism of the club quickly caved into the outcry it is now letting supporters choose the club's new badge and a public vote. just
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one and twenty five minutes past the hour thank you for joining us here on oxy international more of your world headlines in about thirty times. when gold make its manufacture consensus instead of public wealth. when the roman closest to protect themselves. when the famous merry go round lifts only the one percent. we can all middle of the room six. million more you knew.
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what politicians to do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury or somehow want to. have to do like to be for us this is what before us three in the morning can't be good that i'm interested always in the waters in my house. for shipping. hey everybody i'm stephen baldwin task hollywood guy you know suspect every proud american first of all i'm just george bush and intervened to say this is my buddy max famous financial guru and we're just a little bit different i'm not. going to take one on the line or windows up with all the drama happening in our country i'm shooting the brood have fun meet everyday americans. and hopefully start to bridge the gap this is the
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great american people. the released a memo moment is upon us republicans are billing it as some kind of silver bullet revealing political corruption at the highest levels of the department of justice and f.b.i. the democrats on the other hand and their supporters in the liberal media college a distraction finally the public will decide. if i'm wrong they're handling. it. and. that. her.
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is just it was you or any. you know it is interested in social mother as well as artists who were just. kind and so she was it isn't totally giblet which andrea so to be thought of she blogs how did you get. over that. photo of her at the scene up just on that. to our youth. this little bundle of joy would have no chance of surviving in the wild mother pandas can only read one cub at a time but usually give birth to two every year china puts a lot of effort into making up for this cruel mistake of nature if two cubs
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a bone then too must survive. and be. tempted to defend its interests if not. endangered species don't have to become extinct not if you take good enough care of them mr darwin's theories don't all hold good here . it's newborn pandas way just one hundred twenty grams. here in captivity the counter bred by stuff at the panda operating center in the wild it's the mother who takes care of the young she just swallows anything the cub wants to get rid of. these might well be the most helpless little ones in the world as well as the most endearing and quite probably the most expensive.
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under is china's national treasure. even its coloring is a living symbol of the past an illusion to the home country. a balanced opposites. black and white light and. day and night sun the moon sky and earth heat and cold. war i think part of. what a cub is born it becomes the property of the people's republic of china. there's no getting around that law but zeus can rent pandas from the state for a limited period it's not cheap so they have to pay over a million dollars a year to the government. says. this is one national treasure that's guarded like the most priceless of jewels. they may be predisposed to
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laziness but pandas still wake up early and that means their keepers have to as well. and judging paying work at the panda center starts at six am or send them the file we're told will see. if there's a chain and think about. how many mama. grew one meaning and ohio. sounded i don't think our boy they're coming and. going. of the house for him and be the baby's care pieces and this one is. i don't know how to spell but this is for your daughter and leave her pets yeah one year old baby and we can. use this one. meet you in that.
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spot edges should focus interest but that's it you're going to trudeau so. does that do the show told. to the shortage of was still just to show you would do it for the tough. stuff at hand so there's no use that our union of all the office that can see that tells. ted. to die for multiple. uses and. since the. usual you just. throw me a lot. to that little bullshit. you could
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be lucia to. juggle the cheese and do that. to eat it too hard it will just ward you to lethal. which is how the. material. you know you can go to. don't steal your hot food hot. she was so you could just as i'm all. china's panda breeding has become something of a production line. it's almost as though they've been copied three d. printed and put on shows for the public. good. to.
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the. panda breeding center isn't just a first rate to the bar a tree it's also a zoo where anyone can go to see the fruits of china's breeding program fifty eight one that's around ten dollars. so if you know how we're going. to. do well there's. several cubs are born here each year. oh. in two thousand and sixteen the panda was removed from the red book that visually it's no longer an endangered species but it is still vulnerable. building up the population is just the first step the toughest challenge for the breeders is still ahead. that will lead to your down so far. from.
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teaching g.o.p. friends who that they would do if you would. ever years maybe even decades of work and needed to make that possible. now while you and. me and the.
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people of these who say you know what i sense in your. comments you. know it's a well done it's a. mortality rate is just one of them he said. of how to die out. but i'm. sure without pressure that by one interest in. his own way just. because it. was a new at home that's a good. idea that. you know because bamboo is such a low calorie food to get the nourishment they need. and the
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other just thing is. you really have to love pandas to do this from morning till night. the animal produces up to twenty kilos of droppings every day. for. the watch so we have. to whether to hoard. or. sort of age or we are without allies from pretty. you know. you could make paper out of these droppings mostly comprised of cellulose for now though. wouldn't be a very profitable enterprise there are still a few pandas left and the pink really does highlight some invaluable information
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that might just help the enemy survive. so this stuff is this giant panda. oil collect that is wired to place all on the reservation. and then we want to study that got michael by out. of this bacteria bacteria you can see all of this goes this is not digestible and bugs inside of this there are a lot so bacteria us which kind of helps that justice and. they need to all day long like. done and they need this is the first step that we extract d.n.a. from. the cell giant panda. first of.
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all. i would pick up. the solution and the sum. total. of how long it takes to ronald is that when you figure it's like it was. here. and actually away already did this for. the actual. glands in there because of like. done in should sit in the and they're normally done and. so we see. when i first started this project i hope i can find a soundtrack to that because. they're trying to paint the digests the serious and that if i can do that. then i can track back and. supplying to tell.
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and that will help. but all that work by dedicated scientists will be fun nothing if panda love can't be encouraged in captivity it's not just practice until the pandas do get generous but in the same lazy way they do everything else this proud mommy gave birth to twins and has no idea that a special love potion just formulated just for. a bite for many clubs over the years so i.


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