New Climate Report: Even Worse Than We Thought – TechNewsDay

New Climate Report: Even Worse Than We Thought – TechNewsDay

this episode of tech news day is sponsored by mack weldon and by expressvpn so i know at this point you’re probably not clicking on our videos for your daily dose of optimism it’s a coping mechanism at this point you got john krasinski for that thank you john but uh we regret to inform you that today’s first story is extremely bleak on an existential scale yes uh so if you’re already in a bad mood i don’t know maybe skip this one or over to john krasinski yeah i’m sure he’s got something to make you feel warm and fuzzy inside yeah because we’re about to talk about how the ipcc the intergovernmental panel on climate change published a new report this week updating everyone where we’re at with the whole climate change thing that we’ve known about for decades which the governments and powers that be of the world have had ample time to responsibly deal with and uh yeah in short outlook not so good yeah you know every once in a while you say we should really get around to solving this oh yeah and then you see reports uh that are essentially updates the fact that um guys the the clock is literally ticking and we might be doomed but it’s still ticking the clock works yes and that’s the good news uh anyways it’s being called a code red for humanity and the general vibe we’re getting from news headlines is that look the earth is screwed and even more screwed than previously thought and that’s all essentially true but rather than simply resign ourselves to being doomers whose fate is sealed and entirely out of our hands well let’s at least go over some things because i’m still hoping to have a kid one day though at this point it’s becoming less and less uh morally acceptable look i had to suffer so someone else should also have to suffer my only hope for my children is that they suffer worse than i did i mean that is the the golden rule of parenting yeah i think it flipped sometime in the 90s where you always just wanted your kid to have it better than you did or easier than you did and then it was like why they why should they have it easier yeah my life sucks you can thank the bloom the boomers for that i just need someone i had it too easy i want my children to suffer all i need is someone to take care of me when i’m debilitated yeah that’s all anyways let’s go over some things what the report actually says what the ipcc is and what the purpose of the ipc’s report is so actually first off let’s start with the fact that the idea of global warming due to increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is absolutely not a new idea by any means might be new for you but it’s not new for the scientists the greenhouse effect was first studied in the 1800s in the early 20th century scientists were already sounding the alarm that trapping all this extra heat in our atmosphere was probably something worth keeping an eye on by the 1930s there was already evidence that the earth’s temperature was in fact increasing in proportion to co2 levels in the atmosphere so when the ipcc was formed in 1988 they were tackling questions that had already been asked for a long time to what degree are greenhouse gases like co2 affecting temperatures what effect will rising temperatures have on the earth and what can we do about it the titanic could have been saved if only it launched a few years later but to be clear the ipcc aren’t researchers the point of the ipcc is to get hundreds of scientists from around the world working together to sort through the mountains of current scientific literature on climate change and synthesize all of it into one coherent thing they essentially add up everything we currently know about climate change and present what is meant to be the most up-to-date scientific consensus on it they’ve released five major reports so far in 1990 in 1995 2001 2007 and 2014 and the next one is due in september of 2022 um but in the interest of transparency and timeliness they release early versions of sections of their findings between their major reports so far in this research site cycle they’ve released three special reports and one methodology report and this latest report is essentially a rough draft of one third of what will go into the final 2022 report but they’re like we should probably get this out as soon as possible as soon as possible there’s a lot of stuff in here you’re going to want to know now and if you hear it two years from now you’re going to be like why didn’t you tell us this well the thing too is with the the leaps in time that they keep going through with their releases it just like everything else that happens there’s a lot going on like hey the ipcc released a new report in 2001. well uh buddy i don’t know if you’ve seen the news yeah but uh we have bigger problems to worry about climate change sounds like small potatoes we gotta hunt down bin laden climate change you mean that thing that that whack-a-wackadoo al gore is talking about all the time agora lost bush one so we’re gonna do a bush one shut up gore so the 2022 sixth assessment report is subdivided into three sections the first is titled the physical science basis that covers where we’re at in terms of measuring understanding and predicting the science of climate the second is titled impacts adaptation and vulnerability that covers the predicted effects of climate change and the third is titled mitigation of climate change and that does exactly what it sounds like it covers the steps that humankind can still take to prevent the worst consequences of climate change stop from happening stop spraying hairspray into the air we’re well we’re well past that that’s what it was in the in the late 80s early 90s yeah we even you know we can go back decades and we’ve been passing the buck onto the everyday consumer this whole time yeah when real in reality it is uh factories corporations and uh a lot of other international shipping very bad things uh yeah but it was funny in like the 80s and like i don’t know ladies hairs are getting a little too big we should probably tell them to cut down the hairspray in order to save the planet this is all your fault it’s because you didn’t sort your garbage yeah it’s it’s it’s [ __ ] up it’s all the individuals fault yeah so anyway after all three of those reports are published the ipcc will release a synthesis report which combines the major findings of the three previous reports along with any revisions um yeah it’s a long process and it’s it’s transparent it’s uh like i don’t know even just glancing at this i don’t know how anyone can with a straight face say that this is all a hoax like it’s a if it is they’re putting way too much effort into it i think yeah yeah uh this week’s big report is uh that first one the physical science basis and when we say big we mean big the pdf of the full report is nearly 4 000 pages long it’s based on 14 000 pieces of scientific literature that’s been collected and evaluated by over 200 scientists from 66 countries and again this is just one third of what will go into the final report in 2022 of course the full 4 000 page document is really just to show their work and it’s only going to be of interest to other scientists a much more simplified version titled summary for policy makers is just 41 pages long and its purpose is right there in the name this is for the people who actually are in control of government policies and it’s basically a long list of bullet points summing up what’s in the longer version of the report it’s climate change the updated version for idiots yeah but where’s the uh summary for individuals telling me uh you know i gotta let my turds float between shits and uh where’s where’s that i’d like to take some personal responsibility yeah i’d like to buy some carbon credits please uh i took a flight uh not too long ago and i’d like to just go ahead and offset that my money will solve this problem sure especially if it’s bitcoin which uh that the cause of and solutions to all of climate change’s problems uh thankfully though the ipcc if 41 pages is too long for you they also dump things down even more than that summary for policymakers with a two-page document of just the headline statements from the summary for policymakers and because even this extremely simplified version is still kind of hard to understand for your average person luckily there’s plenty of science journalists out there to lay out this report’s key findings in simple straightforward language and we will provide a bunch of links down in the description that do exactly that but first we do need everyone to understand the importance of 1.5 c or the concept of 1.5 c that comes up a lot so let’s just break that down for you basically if average global temperatures get to 1.5 degrees celsius above pre-industrial levels that’s when things will really start to get irreversibly bad extreme weather sea level rise ecosystem collapse parts of the planet becoming uninhabitable for humans all that kind of [ __ ] the current path we’re on is already irreversible in a number of ways but past 1.5 c is when it gets truly apocalyptic with the effects of climate change leading to even worse effects of climate change in a sort of feedback loop yeah it’s uh it’s basically when your fire is feeding the fire you don’t want that so the goal for the last few years has been to reduce greenhouse gas emissions quickly enough that the average global temperature doesn’t reach that point and uh knowing everything about everything we know on earth is you’re just going to ride that line as long as possible right we’re just below it so now i know they did the the i’m going to go then they did the summary for policy makers and then they did the summary of the summary but i’m wondering when they’re going to print this out on a waffle house menu that is laminated so that everyone can read while they’re waiting for their smothered and covered waffles yeah how much extra co2 does the smothering and the covering and the covering yes we found that if we reduce covering we actually uh we can continue smothering yeah interesting but the only way people are going to be able to uh read this and understand this is when they have uh nothing else to do like when they’re waiting for their waffles yeah well or or if uh all of the specifically television news of the world and specifically the united states paid any attention to this topic whatsoever as we talked about previously they spent almost as much time in a single day talking about jeff bezos go into fake space than they did in an entire year talking about climate change so that’s a good place to start is uh just making the average person who only watches like tv news even aware of this [ __ ] but nobody wants to hear bad news uh i don’t know i mean people kind of do like people turn on the news to get mad people turn on fox news no they imagine about music they turn on the news to hear things they agree with already to have their preconceived notions verified and solidified by whatever talking head will give them exactly how they feel that’s true to a degree but even the even the libs msnbc doesn’t talk about any [ __ ] they just talk about how like trump is really done for this time guys we got him yeah they turn on cnn and they’re like well i hope uh uh this cuomo guy doesn’t talk about his brother that would that would put me in a bad mood can you change your name to chris uh [ __ ] no relation yeah anyways to go over the key points of the ipcc report uh techcrunch of all places actually had the best breakdown that i found that manages to hit most of the important bullet points without dumbing things down too much so here you go 1.5 c will be reached by 2040 in all scenarios unless emissions are slashed in the next few years keeping to 1.5 c will require immediate rapid and large scale reductions in emissions and slower action leads to 2c and more suffering for all life on earth human influence is very likely 90 the main driver of the global retreat of glaciers since the 1990s and the decrease in arctic sea ice heat waves have become more frequent and more intense since the 1950s while cold events have become less frequent and less severe there will be likely increases in fire weather in many countries drought is increasing in more than 90 percent of regions global service temperature was 1.09 c higher in the decade between 2011 to 2020 than between 1850-1900 the past five years have been the hottest on record since 1850 the recent rate of sea level rise has nearly tripled compared with 1901 to 1971 a rise of around 2 meters in sea levels by 2100 cannot be ruled out and neither can a 5 meter rise by 2150 threatening millions of people in coastal areas extreme sea level events that occurred once a century are projected to occur at least annually so what you’re saying is that people who live inland typically people poor people will soon have beachfront property they will literally inherit the earth i believe is uh you know a positive right well as ben’s peers and as ben shapiro said you know if these people on the coastlines if they’re so worried you know once their houses are 10 feet below the water why wouldn’t they just sell that house sell it just sell the house that’s flooded right there sell it to who i don’t know but sell it my work here is done yeah so that’s all extremely bleak stuff and despite the ipcc releasing reports since 1990 we’ve only accelerated our path towards the point of no return uh climate change is already happening even quicker than originally thought and the really bad stuff that comes later is going to be coming even sooner if we continue on our current path we won’t be going back to pre-industrial temperatures anytime soon even in the best case scenario because carbon in our atmosphere stays there for hundreds of years but making a strong and determined push for a switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy over the next decade needs to happen to prevent the worst case scenarios and put the earth back on the slow path to normal like we’re just at this point taking buckets of water out of a sinking ship hoping that it’ll float long enough that everyone that we know doesn’t die yeah essentially yeah but there are holes in that boat and uh so it’s a lot of work to plug those up yeah but what if we put more water in the boat now if we accelerated things would that make it better or worse uh and yeah in addition to the frustratingly simple solution i know it’s not that simple but the answer is simple it’s right [ __ ] there you lower the amount of carbon dioxide that we put in the atmosphere that’s it but in addition to that a key point of this report that’s kind of new is that curbing methane emissions would buy humanity some much needed time in the short term methane emissions contribute to 30 to 50 percent of the current rise in temperature but unlike co2 which stays in the atmosphere for hundreds of years methane only stays in the atmosphere for about a decade so big difference there yeah and methane comes from a variety of sources the most notorious being those cow farts which are actually cow burps but there’s also garbage landfills and possibly the biggest source of methane emissions is natural gas production which is a nice way of saying fracking but elliott it says it right there natural organic gas what could be wrong with it’s natural it’s it’s all natural yeah i got some natural gas for that guy oh elliot you’re ruining the atmosphere please it’s my fault people need to clamp those cheeks no they take some personal responsibility you will die if you do that i saw it on south park there’s already potential solutions to methane coming from landfills and livestock collect the gas from landfills before it enters the atmosphere change the diet of livestock to produce less methane in their digestive systems but the natural gas business is obviously going to be a tough nut to crack the point is that all is not lost as individuals you and i we have very little direct impact on any of this so it is easy to just be a doomer but complacency is what the powers that be want from you so let’s not tap the sign let this radicalize you rather than lead you to despair um look yes we can all make daily sacrifices but uh in the long run there’s a lot of stuff that’s outside of our control that’ll keep happening uh unless everyone bands together and says hey [ __ ] knock it off yeah and i mean a big step is getting people to even care about this and know about this in a if in a in a just society in a society that cared about what’s important this is something people wouldn’t know about yeah whereas in reality people may have the most vague concept of global warming um it’s getting hotter in the summer and colder in the winter and they and they see it as an issue where it’s like well there’s both sides some people say it’s real some people say it’s not so who’s to say well there’s so like two things americans very individualistic obviously we just had a year looking like two years maybe three years stolen from us um so a lot of people are gonna be very focused on their own personal lives for a very long time because they’re seemingly making up for lost time which i get it especially like my age i’m not really doing much settle down a bunch i just i grow i feel terrible and we’ve said this before terrible for specifically like high school age to like mid-20s people yeah they’re people who have the literal best part of their lives stolen from them well and uh yeah not only that sounds like their their later years may be stolen from them as well in an even more horrific way so getting back to that uh the second thing is that uh a lot of people myself included uh fall into a trap of just trying to get through that next week sure through that next month or whatever and it’s just like everyone’s just trying to get through whatever they’re dealing with the big things that you got to do so it’s very hard to grasp the overarching seriousness of situations when you have little to no actual direct control over them so i get it and it sucks but i’m just saying what’s realistic here yeah i mean the most you can do as an individual is care about this yeah and try to convey to mine convince other people to care about it when you have the opportunity to be asked your opinion about how you want the world to work express how you feel about this topic yeah um like this we just had a [ __ ] presidential election where climate change barely even [ __ ] came up and again because that would make him a liar because there’s a lot of stuff that he hasn’t been doing yeah in regards to climbing he’s uh he’s already he’s telling uh the telling the opec nations to uh make the oil machine go more burr cause uh we’re a bit low right now we need a little bit more of that i wouldn’t be surprised if much like donald trump uh in some kind of like off-the-cuff comment joe biden was like we could use a little bit of that global warming right now in the winter time because uh trump actually did that he literally legitimately made it that’s one of their favorite things to do it’s like a guy literally willful ignorance a guy literally walked into the u.s capitol an elected official walked in the u.s capitol with a snowball and said check libs because they know how stupid their constituents are yeah well it’s all performed it’s up to everyone else to not be it was up to everyone else during the pandemic and look what happened i know we are impressing we are [ __ ] we are not getting out of this i’m sorry it’s uh it’s yeah it’s it’s hard to not see it that way everyone go to disneyland and go to every concert you can until the world burns sorry yeah and we’ll i mean we got the second half of this episode you can guess what we’re going to talk about in that half but um there’s really no way to transition from like just climate despair into a sponsor break hey but we can at least tell 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reboot and at this rate it might not be long until we’re back to the absolute peak levels of new cases that we saw back at the very beginning of the year we’re doing it all over again in reverse and dare i say we’re bound to break some records oh yeah america loves nothing more than breaking records we’re getting the gold medal in covent luckily if you’re vaccinated you don’t have too much to worry about so-called breakthrough cases have been getting a lot of headlines but in reality these breakthrough cases only make up a very small percentage of total cases the cdc in all its wisdom recently decided to stop tracking all breakthrough infections but luckily about half the state still are and in most of those states the share of new cases among vaccinated people is less than two percent meaning for every fully vaccinated person testing positive there’s about 50 unvaccinated people testing positive now the vaccine still isn’t foolproof but being vaccinated and being in a vaccinated population clearly makes a difference your safety is at stake now if you’re in louisiana or florida or mississippi or arkansas or alabama though things aren’t very good right now yeah there’s uh there seems to be benefits to not only being vaccinated yourself but also being around other people who are vaccinated it’s a uh it’s not herd immunity but it’s tournament it’s sort of a taste of what herd immunity is like immunity yeah it’s the shitty version also florida’s dealing with two they got the coveted spikes and they also can’t breathe because of all the red tide just ravaging the coastline yeah that’s it and that’s another pro i mean like well that’s there’s a lot more into that than just climate change there’s uh and that’s yeah that’s it’s also the result of uh companies corporations and uh just capitalism in general oh sure and it’s it’s uh i mean like the ipcc they talk about directly like climate change but that we’ve previously talked about like the ipbes they’re more about like biodiversity and stuff and it’s like it’s all connected we’re just treating this planet like absolute [ __ ] yeah and treating ourselves like absolute [ __ ] we don’t deserve any of this yeah will god ever forgive us i doubt it i don’t think so anyways obviously you should get vaccinated and you should honestly still try to avoid big cramped gatherings of people who are all breathing in each other’s mouths bonner is requiring a proof of vaccination or a recent negative test yeah it’s good well i hope more festivals uh that’s what palooza did oh there’s a they’re doing some uh they’re they’re doing some of their own we’re doing a little bit of our own tracking uh the law of loser subreddit is uh actively like everyone who went who is active on the subreddit uh is like getting tested saying it whether they’re like contact tracing yes they’re doing their own content it’s good because it’s like i mean you can talk about how lollapalooza like from an area of view looked very irresponsible but like yeah it is good to hear that the people who are actually there are taking this seriously yeah and at this point it’s like look do your own [ __ ] [ __ ] take your do your own research don’t do that listen to the scientists yeah but like i don’t know it’s hard for me to say i went to a [ __ ] baseball game like two weeks ago yeah i mean we all take risks it’s it’s it was outside and i wore my masks in the [ __ ] tunnels some people love this pandemic for letting them be like essentially cops yeah and i’m not a big fan of that like we all do [ __ ] yes it’s just you know we all have things to do some of us do so uh not believing there are any risks involved some of us do so understanding the risks yes there is a difference but anyway if you’ve had like friends or family get covered over the past year and a half i mean it should be obvious to you the importance of all these precautions but as we’ve seen time and time again americans are really really good at not learning their lesson and while most of the examples of americans who are seeing the effects of cohen firsthand and still not taking it seriously are among just normal everyday people here’s a guy you’ve probably heard of we’ve definitely talked about him whose mother and father were among the first documented cases of americans getting covered 19. let’s see what chet hanks has to say hey guys so um just checking in look i’ve been kind of on the fence about this for a while that’s why i’ve never spoke on it but with the amount of people that i know recently that have gotten covered and with like the numbers rising i think it’s important for me to say like i got the vaccine i think everybody should i think it’s really important like that we all do this just as like citizens as americans we have to look out for each other and get this [ __ ] under control guys so like i suggest to all my followers you guys make set an appointment and get the vaccine first things psych [ __ ] if it ain’t broke don’t fix it i never had covert yay sticking me with that [ __ ] needle it’s the [ __ ] flu get over it okay if you’re sick stay inside i’m tired of having okay why are we working around y’all if y’all uh if you’re in danger stay your ass inside i’m tired of wearing a [ __ ] mask wow they had us in the first half uh that’s usually what you say when it sounds like someone is saying some dumb [ __ ] and then it turns out they’re not uh this is one of the few examples we’ve seen of the exact opposite like oh good for him chad hanks oh oh god okay he continues to prove because when we first reported on him specifically six months ago or something we were like yeah he’s kind of goofy but like uh his heart’s in the right place yeah and he’s consistently yeah proved us wrong every step of the way i think chelsea felt as if it was a challenge giving chet hanks the benefit of doubt is a uh all-time career regret for me i am done giving people the benefit of the talent yeah i learned my lesson with chet hanks um now this is uh of course like we say one of the few examples of uh proving that statement wrong they had us in the second yeah we lost the game we lost the game we’re all dead so yeah that’s the current state of white boy summer in case you needed some sort of update great uh unfortunately dudes like chet hanks and joe rogan do speak for a large portion of the population who thinks they are smart but in fact are dumb so don’t expect any of that [ __ ] to go away anytime soon there you go nope nope ah he thinks he’s so [ __ ] smart i’m not a [ __ ] sheep like the rest he’s got it all figured out i don’t want no needles going in i mean meanwhile he’s like literally covered in texture it’s literally the uh the assuredness the level of intellectualism i thought i held i’d say the f three months after i smoked my first joint yeah like these why isn’t anyone talking about this stuff it’s so easy and simple to grasp we’re just specs and we need to really you know and then that’s when you trail off because you’re high yeah i just feel bad for colin hanks i he’s doing fine he’s doing it i mean there’s like probably some secondhand embarrassment and some tarnishing of the family name but like tom hanks his son’s a [ __ ] idiot he’s like wait you’re not talking about me are you i’m colin hanks the normal one the one from the orange county movie i make charming little documentaries he also loves lafc yeah anyways meanwhile uh the south ameri american uh ligma variant sorry lambda variant the lambda variant yeah get in all like we said last time getting all the ligma jokes before it kills or it gets serious yeah the lambda variant from south america is slowly making its way into the us and could potentially be even deadlier and more transmissible than the current delta variant which is itself deadlier and more transmissible than the original virus so uh because joe biden will close those borders don’t even joke i know i know the it’s the excuse by the way we brought that up uh guy had to win four or five months ago yeah no that’s that’s like they’re going to blame illegal immigration and that’s what’s happening these magic invisible illegal immigrants are specifically the ones going to florida all the way through texas yeah and louisiana and arkansas and mississippi they’re crossing uh like one of the most inhospitable stretches of land on earth they’re doing it on foot with a severe respiratory infection and then they’re not stopping there yeah they’re going all the way around the gulf of mexico these are these are super they’re superhumans yes they have 10 lung capacity and they are traveling thousands of miles yes how do they do it it’s crazy but somehow it’s happening yeah and that’s what rhonda santa says so i’m inclined to believe him because he has a merch store that says that this is all thought you thought she’s fault stop vouching up florida so anyway yeah let the variants continue we’re going to run out of greek letters at some point yeah and then what are we going to do i don’t know but uh yeah that’s bad news for just about everyone it’s good news though for razer yeah uh when they announced back in january that their project hazel or they announced the project hazel face mask in january everyone’s like oh that’s cool then a few months later they’re like hey we’re actually going to develop this into an actual product by the end of the year and then we all laughed we’re like you idiots you missed the boat on mass we’re all going to be living wonderful post covered lives by then no one’s going to want to buy this [ __ ] short razor um but yeah that no longer appears to be the case they were playing the long game over at razer they what did they know and when did they know it because uh they they recently unveiled some new info about their world smartest mask it’s coming folks yeah first of all it’s no longer called project hazel it’s now called razor zephyr named after the word of a soft gentle breeze and secondly even though it’s still not coming out for a few months they’re currently holding a community beta test that you can sign up for so you can have the you know maybe the first person try this mask out this is likely also an effort to gauge how much interest there actually is for this product and it sounds like even when it is eventually released it’ll be done through targeted drops aimed at people who have previously expressed interest or they’re going to sell out atms that they put in hard to reach places just like the uh sunglasses from snapchat yeah so but if this is something that you think you might want it might be worth signing up for the beta even if the odds are pretty low we actually uh i signed up we got a general interest form uh in our email and we’re like hey we’ve actually talked about your product before we would love to try it i signed up for the beta and i literally i included like here’s our here’s our ces coverage time stamp yeah please give us a mask and a lifetime lifetime supply of those filters because that’s how they get you that’s how they get you anyways uh that’s your episode there are things to look forward to like a better mask for keeping this deadly virus out of all of our mounds and noses and um and nothing else um spooky season is almost here the decorations you can officially put them out september 1st that’s where i draw the line um but uh they are munson fam they are already a period what oh you want to put up two weeks before so you only get to enjoy it for two weeks i mean i don’t put up any they’re already showing up in stores once i have a yard i do plan on buying the the 12 foot tall skeleton and dressing it up in different costumes oh man they’re gonna have all kinds of new ones this year because of the success of that last year yeah yeah so that’ll be that’s something to look for excited for that what will home depot think of next but it’s uh it’s again this will be the second halloween where it’s like no one really wants to throw big halloween bashes and even if you do the whole time you’re just like uh i can’t really let let loose as much as i wish i could same thing with like again kids who are really missing out on everything yeah here open your mouth do some candy yeah go away take the candy also teens who are being robbed of uh mischief night yeah where they go out and ruin the city because it’s fun and they can get away with it because the jails are full and they’re under 18 you won’t be doing any crime hey don’t pay no mind anyways oh offspring uh they had to kick their drummer they kicked their drummer out because he wouldn’t get vaccinated so speaking of offspring also fallout boys had to cancel a bunch of dates on their tour um because of an outbreak on their crew and stevie nicks canceled her entire tour uh limp biscuit is currently off the road the rumor was wes had it he doesn’t have it uh but uh yeah there concerts are also coming to a rapid close uh seemingly guys america is not back we jumped the gun a little bit on america not actually back it’s gonna be a crazy fall in winter that’s all i gotta say yeah in a bad way anyways if you haven’t already seen our most recent video it’s all about dinger misheard racial slurs yeah one in baseball and one in video games just a great week for thinking very believably that you just heard some really racist [ __ ] but you’re actually wrong it’s uh just an oopsie yep and then also most recent episode of weekly weird news where we talked about uh the horses getting real scared by a statue of a sumo wrestler there you go check both both those episodes out over here subscribe to the channel hit the like button leave a comment help with the engagement and we’ll see you next time bye-bye
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