Fifteen Thousand Square Miles, Twenty Million Dollars, Twenty Three Degrees discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory


There at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the curious overall unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would-be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner batori oh caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there aranh said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the us mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with us sanctions on on mexico and lopez daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president serve have been several years and rica extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially fox but i think lopez over door really seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal a mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operations i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens a professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy the time the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a._m. eastern daylight time wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching twenty four satellites defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one s t p to space among the interesting satellites georgia's one carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space The remains of one hundred and fifty two space enthusiasts, including. a good and close friend of mine bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine The listeners me. if you wanna see some stuff george here's where here's how we end this let's do it we look into the western sky north west to be precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from assam take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon These guys. we have answers email me dr sky kyi show george we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steve and always love your astronomical reports the best up next david is back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m..

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