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"500year" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"In december and have a fire like that and then coming close on the heels with all that rain right it's it was just total it's all just perfect saw so ready the asked slide down the hill yeah so crazy in your friend oprah like basically opened up her home to become like the staging area raza oprah does haiti only oprah she does you you know an ellen is that there and inaccurate they've been so hospitable to the first responders you know everybody's just the whole town is just come out with open arms than open hearts and how to help it it's just it's stunning you really you don't get it until you see it i mean they're they're talking about cholera you know because there's so much so ross sewage and rotting bodies in other animals that two you forget that they're animal casualties as well and so all of this is sort of rotting in decaying in the mud man poses a real continuing threats ccri it's like a crazy thirdworld problem yeah you know in modest ito and you know how far it doesn't seem possible but i now but you know it doesn't it appear that things that were never possible before are happening more and more i would soon as an understatement yeah i know that the floods you know you you hear from a real estate agent oh don't worry about that hill you know it would it would take a 500year flood person would.
"500year" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM
"From the bureau of economic geology this is earthy harvey like all major storms did not discriminate it's floods impacted poor and wealthy alight some neighborhoods were wiped out while others were left untouched and it left many wondering could it happen again harvey was a socalled 500 your event this means it meteorologist project one in five hundred odds that a flood of that size will happen in a given year incredible thing is it harvey was the third 500year flood in houston in just three years the odds of that happening or very long indeed this suggests that the probability system may need to be revised and that new future severe floods may be more likely there is no normal in nature it's always changing nature doesn't adapt to humans humans must adapt to nature houston his located on marshy plane it's soils don't drain well but they hardly drain at all when covered in concrete and asphalt used has grown successfully but future plan should maximise green space and minimise impermeable cover since aslantas flat the rivers and biocine drain houston her slowmoving and prone to overflow the city must accelerate efforts to widen and improve them and consider barriers to block storm surge from pushing water backup them his population grows there will be attempt tation to expand into floodprone areas the city has been warning developers against this but should step up efforts the good news is with careful planning and management houston should be able to minimize the impact of future storms i'm scott tanker birthday it is produced by the bureau of economic geology at the university of texas at austin or themes research by julie headings written by harry lynch distributed by mark blunting casey walker for more stories follow us on facebook or visit earth date dot oh rg komo weather for this morning we do have a chance of precipitation it could be rain or even freezing rain.
"500year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Could say that even try to counter that mike is to say that that nobody saw tiger coming and what i mean by that is phil mickelson uh ernie els they were always going to be and even david duval i would throw into this they were always going to be the best player of their generation but you can find very few generations where they wouldn't have been the best player but tiger woods was so he was the 500year flood he was so unbelievably good that he amassed kill aided everybody that he caused everybody to change her golf swing change their body change the entire approach if they have the game and literally and and i could throw search serge garcia this like nobody knew what to do with tiger woods he was so go back and look at the interviews of ernie els who was you know he was he was he was marvellous in handling these difficult questions about how you going to beat this guy and he would say look we can't we cannot be there's just no beating up so if her hadn't been around you know it might be that phil mickelson would have eight to check out my bean ernie els would have seven or eight himself because they were always going to have that many they were that good a player interesting so back to the tiger we expect what gave me what brandel chamblee expects this tiger woods to be right now what would what would what would be your expectations what would surprise.
"500year" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"And they lost and so for them they want to relitigate or we fight that fivecentury 500year battle that they eventually lost the term crusader is in fact a mobile term it's a great term these were people who were heroes they were huge role wake noble warriors can i be honest with you holy cross should be immensely proud of the term crusader and the way they're acting now i don't think they deserve to have the name where's your courage where's your bravery where's your nobility where's your principle and so how come islam never has the kinnear to us but we always have to cater to islam to the point these they won't even let you free can worship in a muslim country but they can come here and change our our names are symbols are identity or various street you come to america you become an american i believe in this race to my very core love it or leave it if you don't love it get lost and if you're offended by it than to me you don't deserve to be in america because what it shows to me as you wanna refight the wars of aggression that you waged a thousand years ago i'm sorry i'm sorry but then you are not welcome in america either you assimilate and become an american first or if you wanna be a muslim first no problem there's always saudi arabia bruce in woburn go ahead bruce oh i have a big law about how will swales more running back out had that really trying to change our way of life and you you you just cover the perfectly jeff what what's disturbing committee is the fbi headings the bombings that the mass shootings the uh look what happened in that moss they get they kill were all these animals i'm not changing and if they if if police plus changes they did it they're just going down the wrong road jeff the.
"500year" Discussed on The Tesla Show
"In a human indiscernible right well in rhode island liberate but yes yes summit yeah exactly some of the stuff isn't but we haven't fully gone there right so they're still where places to go where on the cpu there's still a lot of polish but the big optimizations have really been on power than size because for most people's application use you know microsoft word as as bloated as it might be is in pushing the boundaries of what your modern eight core cpu can do or kromer ari aren't and so even though they might slow down your computer safari that's been our software problem but yeah yeah exactly so i think that's one of the big things is the gaming has continued to push the boundaries and one of the positive attributes of gpus is that they can be so highly multicore and one of the one of the challenges with general cpu improvements in one of the reasons we're now all running like eight gigahertz processors like i remember i had a 500year hurts processor in than a one point two gigahertz processor and then a two point nine yards process earns like well you just project in the future we're going to be running ten gigahertz processor someday pretty soon at didn't happen and physics gets in the way yes so the physics of it it is basically the transistors get so small in the pathways gets so small that the current that uturn you used a turn on and off the switch for the one zero it's hurtful leaking that it ends up sort of leaking over.
"500year" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"You're going to she is they're going to change the march will plunge to send that houston area oh yeah there's on new 500 storm map your map right uh and and that's part of the problem tom is that you know those maps will john on the 100year basis and more more than a 500year storm so the maps obviously you're gonna be almost a point so they're gonna have to change those match to include more people in the air and news get money be subject tip flood flooding and then jerusalem they got really good idea put that might be so you're going to see a change in those bumps and they're going to have more people being included in flood plains now and in reality normally insurance works law of large numbers the more people you have in it a more volume which you're gonna have an unlevel playing and so it will increase the uh premium in beijing hopefully uh by harambe salt and indian well then blitz take it a step further okay sandy not only had a flood issue but they also had structural damage issues and so what about being able to get insurance for that while those two separate programmes i mean uh in all of the insurance covers any any water running costs shirts crowd so uh on on anything else asserts dinner whilst it all onesided side street oldest on oded on new sometimes aren't blocks away and deposited and somebody just yards and so will not being saluted halden insurance uh has its own interpretation host only when we're talking about so you second insurance agent patient blown shen blowing insurance and it's going to cover to win the event on loss you know you're in certain just ons of the pulse on some plunged two states all step in what in texas and its 20th action wound storm insurance association coverage anything gina five or ten miles of coast on uh for wind and and so there are certain artear the a won't union can we because you have higher egypt post on news i'm only stormed among turn of each oth austin splashed eight or is it mike oil uh runs on which chose to plead warm the first oil on awesome around the hits and.
"500year" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"And so because of that when the storm sewers overflow open sewage makes its way into the streets so a lot of this water here that you're seeing the concern there is that this water is full of cholera and dysentery and a lot of other um diseasecausing bacteria also a lot of chemical plants worthy right there in this in the wastewater so there's a lot of danger just a week waiting around but i think the thing that's the most important for us to dive into before we move on is climate change this is the socalled 500year flood based on calculation i'm hurts thousands could be yeah we're still waiting yeah we're still waiting to figure out but at it at a conservative estimate this is a socalled 500year flood the third of the last three years in in houston so we know that we cannot link a single storm jet conscience we we can't the climate change caused hurricane harvey but what we can say is that this pattern of increasing attends intensity is act actively and and clearly predicted by the models hurricanes are are powered by seawater evaporation and heat that's what causes the hurricanes tune to spin into increasing the frequency as it gets hotter they intensify and the gulf of mexico right now is who entire degrees fahrenheit hotter than it was only thirty years ago and so we can see a lot of affects happening because of that could not disclose his should before these new tidbit climb retreat moms do not predict an increase in the number of hurricane people complete goods on the intensity of the ones that do exist and so a lot of the features of harvey a lot of climatologists say yes these are in keeping with the model the amount of rainfall the intensity at which it actually picked up speed before made landfall instead of breaking down which a lot of hurricanes are known to do but one of the biggest problems that harvey is that it just stayed in one place for a long time dumping water that doesn't seem to be linked to climate change is just a wonderful flew i'm just a horrible a horrible thing that that happened um but i do want to point out that while we're focused on houston none of us should forget that there were there a a.
"500year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Vowed is less certain so i would i would always stressed the first two points first that we know the risks of sea level rise and additional coastal flooding and of in increased rainfall and freshwater flooding are definitely going to be on top of any of these storms right that's an important clarification maybe bring magus mckesson maybe to pose a question to you a broad what what to do mine so you know when people talk about climate change in in the context of these storms can you talk about a third point about the ecsc dream wrist because you know the the average person here's 500year flood very often these days five hundred your storms so how do you contextualised that with the the the more certainty that is coming from the scientific community were i think that we we should think about climate change as in terms of risk right i mean if we're going to buy insurance for a house that we're going to bar we're not sure if it's going to catch fire but we want to have their insurance in case it does and so like i said both the models and theory point to the fact that it's it's going to be potentially increase risk of these higher intensely storms largely because we will have warmer seasurface temperatures will be energy source is potentially higher but there's other factors like how much do different basins in the tropics warm relative to other basins other ocean areas how much to wind shear change because wind shear can have a negative effect on these storms it can help to sort of tear them apart or weaken them a little and if that winter in some models is forecast to increase market so what i'm saying is there's potential risk that third is an increase in some some of the numbers overly observed period are showing some increases especially in places like the atlantic but we're not completely sure how much of that is climate change because we've still small numbers only a few hugh storms over.
"500year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The next by low show studio 360 host kurt anderson on his new book fantasy land hell america went haywire as a 500year history from columbus the trump also long island congresswoman cuffy rise and all six candidates in next week's primary for brooklyn dna the brian lucia oh case of filling up on wnyc man two this is the takeaway on todd's will again it's good to have you with us on this labor day all this hour we have a special programme dedicated to the economy and preparing people today for the labour needs of tomorrow president trump ran for office largely on an economic message he said he would fixed the economy bring back american jobs and make new trade deals that are more fair for americans we want to build created grow more products in our country using american labor american goods and american grit proamerican message from the president there well in his eight months in office the markets have soared unemployment still hovers write about where president trump founded around four point five percent and several companies have announced big plans to build big factories or plants in the united states are you feeling the effect is the economy working better for you today this is hafren in dallas texas i have much more confidence in a way that things are going now we finally have a businessman who has a clear eyed focus into the reality of what it takes to make a business and a country run higher to raise arlington texas i can be county sorta the slow down a bit i working luxury fail and were really worried about getting article v for the quarter hide if you're calling from asylum executed the economy doing great at the moment it's really hard to.
"500year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Flood insurance assuming that you're in a flood zone day and that's the other problem with flood insurance so the basically what happens is uh they take your address they put it into the software program by the federal government of the national flood insurance program any tell you what floods zone urine they're all letters is they're all letters they're all caught they're all coded uh the tell you whether you're in flood irna flood zone or not in the floods on what what what type of flood zone urine what i mean by that is the the riskier the more chance they houses going to flood the more money it's going to be and those are outdated and my opinion they are they started to redo and we've got a lot of calls from people done the cape whose policies went sky high there were you know one point 1500 osmond renewal was five and six thousand dollars because they changed the flood zones around the thing if you if you watched the news you take take houston for example they say this is a five this is a 500year flood that they're having this is the third 500year flood they've had in the last four years all the way they call it even after the second one why would they codified wondered if i don't know but it's all percentages so the 100year flood is a one percent chance they ask icy let it and he 500year flood is point to all was something like so sip it is but might that i think that's the math but if if i go buy a house today y k and i call my local independent insurance agents say hey i'm buying a house at one main street in newton yep guy they're gonna take the insurance agent or the mortgage company may do it for you they gonna take your dress put into the government system and are gonna come back and say okay you are in a flood zone or.
"500year" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Gov and this is brock long who is the national fema administrator who will be reinforced sizing that and tell you more about it i brought it up because everyone needs to know this because there are people out there you are desperately trying to get let's say funds they need to be able to stay in a hotel because they have no place to reside one of the places you can go is to disaster assistance dot gov a brock will explain more about ways in which people can access uh the systems they need about it wants to provide that to you now dc what what he's doing they're trying to get there are millions of people don't know what they're going to do too too many of them just doubt have flooded in it's it's a sad but true i think if like eight out of ten don't have flood insurance because it's a 500year event and you normally get flood insurance if you live within our 100year flood plain so it's a it's a truly disastrous event for peace people there of their lives will be there financial wellbeing we'll be fairly significantly destroyed and there's no other way to go around it and so they they're going to need help some of the murray tax cuts by the way our friends at job creators have created tax cuts now dot com to demand tax reform mm porsche through the congress immediately tax cuts now dot com.
"500year" Discussed on WLOB
"This is biblical flooding this has never happened before well when we say never happened before what does that mean we've never seen it happened before and how long have we been in this country i stay way i'm not counting you indians yuban here long gun but the rest of us pale faces blackfaces how long we've been in this country maybe four hundred years certainly in in the texas area i don't know what it was first inhabited but it's a blip so you talk about a 500year flood you weren't even there for the first five hundred so it could be a thousand year flood it could be who knows how often this happens but the reason it happened is what needs to be explored so got michael man who was totally discredited as a scientist and he's that this the hockey stick dude he's trying to tell us because the oceans have warm by a halford agree that this is why we get all this rainfall it makes no sense whatsoever no sense whatsoever what makes the most sense is exactly what happened in any meteorologist has been watching this this is why they were able to i let me ask you this this is a brilliant point thank you i'm glad i just thought of if in fact global warming was causing this then how in the world of their by predicted well because they knew the global no no no tell me how they knew it what all the meteorologist will tell you we had a highpressure front coming down here and we saw this highpressure front coming and we saw this hurricane coming and we know what happens when the two hit when the two collide then the hurricane mm or storm in this case it turns our troubles rome is going to sit over the.
"500year" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Of mine i and in this summer we were talking about climate change and the statistics in the nine thousand years that we been enjoying the relative stable climate that we have been enjoying and i said to him al gore going to have a new movie come out called an inconvenience sequel truth to power and i asked him if he would go and see it and then tell me what he thought of it he joins me this morning getting and he joins me in the middle of an epic event dr oskar morning good morning to you do what do you make of the uh the flooding in houston and and whether or not it's uh as cataclysmic an apocalyptic and a vet and a precursor to more as some of the climate alarmist they're telling us but what possible that uh you know agree borden the planet we're gonna get some more severe storms um nine not in press that the houston event it ended up much out of the ordinary mute do get puk lay therapy pipe 100 years so we expand on that because there have been people who have been writing we've had three hundred 100year events in the last year and this 500year event to which i think every place on the planet has a 500year vet that's what it's a basic understanding of geology right it is the third some evidence supporting the claim that the warming of the planet is make you for more severe winterton more severe storms white so i don't discount that claim okay got talk to me a little bit about what is your approach to the claims about climate right now you are widely regarded among evangelical circles is one of the smart guys at people trust on the science so what is the science of climate change while at the book on this some cobble book planet making the point pay claim that instability the norm over experienced you are the past 9000 years is make screen exception given that were living in an ice age michael i mean we're living in a time when the.
"500year" Discussed on KKAT
"Mark levin love hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one as you know we all feel like we're citizens of texas and we have senator ted cruz with us who is in texas i guess in and around houston how are you sir mark i i'm doing well at good to be with you this evening where are you exactly i'm in here and i'm out by hometown which is uh still paying very significant rain and flooding was still got a lot of people in in distress and and an rv continued up at water oughta and so the floodwaters keep going up tell us what you know about the situation there now and also about the government response and one of the great things is the responses of the people even without the government very much so i mean that that this is an historic storm this is a this is a 500year storm the likes of which tech this has never seen started a few days ago the categoryfour hurricane slamming end of the gulf coast communities further south like corpus christi and victorian rock or were just hammered by by high wind and rain that the destroyed a damage uh a lot of places there are a lot of fokker without power still uh and and then it yet it turned and wet nor and especially parked over houston and and it became a tropical storm at that point and did something unusual tech this week they are fair sheriff hurricanes such as part of letting on the gulf coast up but what has made this particularly damaging and that is that it's just sat there and has just dumped rain upon rain upon rain and flooding is is truly unprecedented and.
"500year" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The porch transferred pretty much from galveston to houston in houston turned out to be the thriving huge metropolis instead of gals but that's what it can do when you build your city on the coast it can be wiped out pretty much at any time especially along the gulf coast or if you're in florida or fear of the eastern seaboard usually doesn't happen on the west coast obviously we don't we don't really get typhoons i think they call them and the way in the pacific we don't get them there but as far as the gulf coast when you build on the water something eventually is going to happen going to write the you know what's going to an and it's not because of global warming uh because it's been twelve years since the last major event hit the united states coast lamb or mainland so a n o m we're still here in the we're still hear the cries of of global warming it is really incredible right i mean like ideas illicit milano who has she's changed quite a bit since i was in love with her when she was on who is the boss as a child yeah she is a she's been very should turn into a very big anti trump celebrity this house and i it's very strange because it that she thinks through the points all that much but this was she tweeted this once in a 500year flood but global warming isn't real right donald trump will first of all once in a fight like if it's a once in a 500year flood you it would indicate that that has nothing to do with global.
"500year" Discussed on WGTK
"It's a 500year event change politics do you see that happening sure coverage just one you've been great nerve and create your emphasis on the human element but one of the way politics is that the two could do doubt our economy when you have these of an event in the petrochemical capped the goal of the country like the economy fine but hurry and you know and something like this can have effectively here's another one wrote about this topic argues 100 this morning accurate am the white house crash out of and with great find out it has hit getting crazy under staff all tiny deal with multiple phnom only once i am i am cheered by brock long i have not had a previous exposure to him he seems like a professional professional i think governor abbot it's doing a great job and i believe president trump is done what we expect presidents do which is keep the focus on the disaster a couple of other you know random tweets here and there but mostly he is just stay they focused on the disaster which is after katrina are we learn at wait a minute you can't argue friday night that was only was it was only go yeah i i might theory on our pile is that that was a that was cooked and just in the pipeline that just i just the conveyor belt was cooked earlier glad to get the white house counsel's office to get it technically correct and go through justice so i i just to put that down to at plan on doing that he mentioned it earlier the rally down in yuma and they they just role that out but that it was independent of this i'm pretty happy with the focus but the tillerson event is different and i want you to cover that because that was an anticipated the way they are pile pardon was you report this morning his exit might be expedited sure reporting a from ecu conference want the pregnant getting more were fed up with tillerson and behind the scene the president we recently had a garden get it he's totally establishment in his thinking well president can't be a what or things to do so this astonishing excu was hurtling who have played here the president trump how no like the state department or america on american values so you but it's a big part of his job for.
"500year" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"So this was reportedly a once in a 500year event although some of the scientists are concerned the climate change may bring more winter's like this to s fall barred in the future so again you know like we talk about climate change on the show occasionally comes up at it in you know it's not always like a topic were tackling usually related to the topics lex fall bar that we're talking about here but this seems like a perfect microcosm example of like people say well what's the what's the harm in climate change this is a very small example up in one of the northern most parts of the world that you can see how quickly it affects the ecosystem yandi there this is definitely one of the canary coal mines situation uh which reminds me a coral being a another one opium we talked about bumped up coral reefs and the uh the loss of coral reef sobbing oftentimes a he said we remember we were talking about the bleaching that occurs there yet i generally just due to a a very small increase in sea temperatures so it doesn't take much to begin to to to put does certain organisms out of balance and then you can have this cascading effect is really in these remote exotic places around the world where we're starting to see the impact i you know or at least maybe when we look around ourselves and our industrialized society in wheat me don't necessarily realize the impact in these places you can see it because there aren't as many humans air of course this kind of ridiculous right when you you look around ourselves in a drastically reshaped environment via and than we in than to thank will how can humans possible change the environment i mean look the the testament to look at the artificial mountains that we've built up into the sky and right the it's.