35 Burst results for "A. Melting"

Outside Yellowstone, flooded towns struggle to recover

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Outside Yellowstone, flooded towns struggle to recover

"Yellowstone National Park will partially reopen Wednesday more than a week after floodwaters devastated parts of it along with surrounding areas Park officials say the south loop will open with limited visitors but the north loop is expected to remain closed through the summer if not longer along with one of the major entrances to the park through Montana Yellowstone also spans parts of Wyoming and Idaho the closure will deprive visitors from seeing tower fall and Lamar valley officials say it could take years in cost more than a $1 billion to repair the flood damage from the rainfall coupled with melting snow towns surrounding the park were also devastated by the floodwaters and now the areas that rely heavily on tourism are taking a financial hit I'm Julie Walker

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Yellowstone officials assess damage after historic floods

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Yellowstone officials assess damage after historic floods

"Officials are assessing the damage at Yellowstone National Park in the surrounding areas after historic flooding yesterday A house swept away by floodwaters as Parker Manning watches That is insane Roads are washed out power knocked out and tourists had to evacuate parts of the iconic park the flooding was so bad It cut off road access to gardener Montana national weather service meteorologist Jason Stroud A combination of rainfall and snow melt across the Yellowstone park led to rivers rising across the northern half of the park and then flowing north into Montana He says 1.75 inches of rain fell officials say Yellowstone is closed for now I'm Julie Walker

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Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:42 min | Last month

Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

"John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing. And then, you know, my sister went to auburn, and I was spent some time with her at all. My older sister, and I was like, this place is great. All these people are so nice on the planes. And I was like, it's a little boring though. And then finally, I didn't think I was gonna get into Georgia but I did get in and I went there and I had a bunch of buddies of mine who are you older than me in high school that went there and I spent some time with them and the moment I walked on campus I knew I was

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Even Lefties Are Concerned About Rising Energy Costs

The Larry Elder Show

00:43 sec | Last month

Even Lefties Are Concerned About Rising Energy Costs

"Even lefties that are concerned about climate change that are like, ah, melting, I'm melting, I'm melting. Well, you know what? Even the fear of melting melting melting. Is coming in second place to the price of gas and oil. A majority of voters are concerned about rising energy costs in favor increase drilling for oil and gas, huh? What do you say? Who is it that X the Keystone XL pipeline? Would that be a Joe Biden and the Democrat party? Huh? Pretty amazing. Are the most democratic voters do consider reducing climate change a higher priority, but the problem is they're putting they're putting gas in their vehicles and they're like, oh, snap, this is crazy. This is crazy. This is just getting out of hand.

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The Unsettled Facts of the Left

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | Last month

The Unsettled Facts of the Left

"You know how the left likes to use the words settled science? When it comes to things like things that aren't settled, you know, like COVID vaccinations, that settled science, they're safe in their effective. There's no, there's no adverse reactions. There's no problems that could occur at settled science quit denying the science. What a doctor science say, Doctor Fauci, if you dispute me, you dispute science because I represent science. The science get the vaccine. It's safe, it's an effective. The only two side effects, right? The party that likes to say that the science is settled when it comes to climate change. When it comes to global cooling, then global warming, the global cooling then global warming, that's changing. We told you it's going to be changing. So we screwed up whether it was going to freeze us to death or melt us to death. Point is it's changing and obviously it's our fault. Science is settled. Never mind all of the contradictory science that says not so much. They like to be the party that says science is settled. Ah, you know, science when it comes to sex. Chromosomes and genders, that's not really settled there, you see. Because, you know, people can people can defy science and people can be one thing in their body and another thing in their heads and at this science isn't so much settled there.

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Dems Forget the SCOTUS Ruling Is Only About Abortion

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Dems Forget the SCOTUS Ruling Is Only About Abortion

"They are so determined to continue the practice of terminating human lives in the womb killing babies in the womb That they're completely melting down and losing their minds that this may in some states be taken away from them Here put the media Montage up first stream here's a liberal media again totally melting down that they can't wipe out infants in the womb anymore Sick evil stuff Check this out Honestly I want to cry You know own a cry in so many different ways but just to start with the substance of this decision There are a lot of things now on the chopping block and Steve you spoke about an earthquake Well a familiar phrase the slippery slope in the Supreme Court that which you do in one area could extend to others Well fundamental rights include interstate travel include the idea of same sex marriage include same sex relationships just to name a few Now this is essentially gone What's next The reasoning of this decision is so as I say muscular it could reach other rights as well including the right of marriage equality which is just recognized by the Supreme Court a few years ago I mean this is an opinion that Robert bork would have written The way Alito frames this all right that are not specifically mentioned in the constitution If they are not deeply rooted in our nation's history and traditions whatever that means wouldn't be legitimate That would include gay marriage Maybe even interracial marriage Okay that's all a lie folks That's all a lie Read the leak in the Politico piece It's on my website in my newsletter today The leak is of Samuel Alito justice Alito's majority opinion It very specifically puts a perimeter fence around the abortion issue They are just making it up

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Christopher Phillips: Students Today Can't Handle Alternate Ideas

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Christopher Phillips: Students Today Can't Handle Alternate Ideas

"On This whole safe space mentality is destroying your entire generation I'm glad you had the fortitude to withstand it but you must see that around you on the campus you were creating a generation of weaklings A 100% Dan you couldn't be more right about this I have to say there's so many ways in which this has sort of materialized this idea that we are coddling people and particularly young people who are impressionable and then they're becoming weaker They're having less resolve They can't really handle ideas like they used to I mean at the University of Chicago the history is that it is like the number one freedom of speech institution We discuss all different kinds of ideas The econ department at this university is historic It's melted freed man We've got conservative free market values in our econ department And that still persists today So we're really a unique institution for these sort of upper Echelon schools But even today we are seeing lots of deterioration I think in the resolve of students they can't really handle alternate ideas like they used to and there's so many things we can attribute this to but a lot of it I think is the modern the modern agenda of the left which seeks to coddle people and promote safe spaces in 2016 The president of U Chicago Robert J Zimmer said we're not going to have safe spaces We're not going to have trigger warnings and I really have to commend them for taking a stand against the narrative Pervading all these institutions because what we're seeing is just a crippling of the quality of human resources frankly in our young people you're totally

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Jenna Ellis: 'It's a Great Day for Free Speech'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Jenna Ellis: 'It's a Great Day for Free Speech'

"Yesterday, Elon Musk bought Twitter. That sounds like a joke. It's like a Babylon bee headline. Elon Musk zillionaire bought Twitter for 67 gazillion dollars. Do you have any thoughts on that today the day after this happened? Because I find myself feeling generally like, hey, that's a great thing. But there's a I just have a lot of questions about it. I just wondered if you had any ideas about it. Oh, it's a great day for free speech, and it is absolutely a great thing. And I think ironically, you mentioned Babylon B and that seemed to be the catalyst when the Babylon be the satire site was suspended on Twitter. Elon Musk, of course, had done that interview with about one B loves all of their work and started talking to Seth Dillon, who's the CEO. And actually had a conversation with him saying, should I offer to buy Twitter? I mean, this is ridiculous. And so what the left is melting down over in people who are so concerned that somehow billionaire Elon Musk is owning Twitter when they didn't really care that Jack Dorsey was running Twitter, then what they're concerned about is that Elon Musk has openly said that he is a free speech absolutist and that he hopes that people who disagree with him will stay on the platform because that's what free speech means. So I think this is a watershed moment in American history because we have not only the government that's forbidden by the constitution to infringe on constitutionally protected speech and free speech. But we've seen that the tech oligarchs have gotten around that and private companies have censored public forums and with Elon Musk saying I'm going to buy one of the top 5 platforms V top platform for political speech. This is going to revolutionize what we can actually discuss and debate

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Jenna Ellis: Brian Stelter Is Concerned Twitter Allows Disagreements

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Jenna Ellis: Brian Stelter Is Concerned Twitter Allows Disagreements

"Thing I want to get your thoughts on the topic du jour here Elon Musk I'd be remiss if I didn't get your thoughts on this I want to just play for you a quick cut Here's Brian stelter from CNN's unreliable sources Hilariously melting down claiming that a guy who literally send people into space and invented one of the world's largest car companies will not be able to figure out content moderation at least not as well as Brian stelter So listen to this I'll get your thoughts on the other side Check this out He's all about freedom of speech The question is how do you balance that with regulating hate speech and misinformation About to experience an extraordinary education in the complexities of that very topic Elon Musk has pursued this People thought might be just Biden as a plaything didn't how serious he was Now he's obviously very serious He's committed his capital to it He wants to build this business But I don't think he has based on his public statements It's clear he has a very little understanding of the complexities that go into content moderation and hate speech policies and the like So he's about to learn how it works And it might be a whole lot more complicated than he realizes Yeah yeah Brian stelter I mean your thoughts on that hilarity Oh my gosh So Elon Musk can literally send people to space but he can't figure out an algorithm Yeah But they're so concerned Dan about content moderation and misinformation and what they really mean is that they're so concerned that views Brian filter disagree with will be allowed on Twitter That's all he's

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Kayleigh McEnany Calls out Jen Psaki for Crying About the Wrong Things

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Kayleigh McEnany Calls out Jen Psaki for Crying About the Wrong Things

"So Jen Psaki I'm not even going to play it because it's really it's pathetic It's crying about this bill because she's so determined to propagandize people into thinking that their kids should be sexualized and kindergarten She melted down on a podcast crying over this Florida Bill It's parental rights bill Well Kayleigh McEnany who was an actual press secretary who did her job and did it well Kayleigh McEnany was on I think it was Hannity last night you Hannity It's about 50 seconds of her cut last night Like yeah you want to cry about something or peppermint I'll give you something to cry about here Check this out In gender ideology at kindergarten I mean when my daughter goes to school I don't want her learning about those things coming home and teaching being taught things that I didn't have to explain to her And of all the issues to cry and get upset about Sean there's a war in Ukraine There is bloodshed in our streets children literally dying on the streets from crime that is totally out of control and rampant There is COVID where more Americans have died on Joe Biden's watch than on president Trump's There is a lot to cry about namely if you want to cry about one issue in this country right now I think the press secretary should cry about the 62 million children that do not exist that have been aborted because of roe V wade a heinous heinous decision in this country that is exterminated about one 5th of the United States population So if you want to cry don't cry about forcing sexuality on kindergartners that is sick cry about the 62 million children who can't even go to kindergarten

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What Does Elon Musk's Letter to Twitter Tell Us?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | 2 months ago

What Does Elon Musk's Letter to Twitter Tell Us?

"So we have to ask ourselves, what does Elon Musk want? What does he say he wants? No, I often say this when I get a chance to fill in for Charlie, but we have to say that when somebody shows you who they are, believe them. When somebody tells you who they are, believe them, there's very few other options, really. So who is Elon saying that he is? Because the verdict is admittedly out. We don't actually know everything about how this story is going to play out. Obviously. But the jury's out. This is what the letter says. So I'm going to read this letter and then I'm going to ask the question who does Elon Musk say he is and what does he want and is it good? I invested in Twitter as I believe in its potential to be the platform for free speech around the globe. And I believe free speech is a societal imperative for a functioning democracy. Stop right there. He is 100% right, and he is breaking with the rest of the elites. Now you get people like on Twitter. It's absolute meltdown city on Twitter right now. And it is, it is glorious. I have to say, I'm here for it. I got popcorn, got my coffee, got my water. I'm sitting here taking it all in, watching them melt down. It's a matter of fact. Just, you know, while we're at it, we heard a 2 p.m., Twitter is going to have an all hands to deal with how Elon has triggered them. All the snowflakes over at Twitter are going to be dealt with. They're going to have a full counseling session. They're going to have crisis counselors on call. It's going to be quite the scene.

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Ice shelf collapses in previously stable East Antarctica

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Ice shelf collapses in previously stable East Antarctica

"And I shelf the size of New York City has collapsed in east Antarctica Catherine Walker is an ice scientists with woods hole oceanographic institute and she says the location of this ice shelf collapse is the big news this is not going to have much if any measurable effect on your C. level rise or anything that but the process is important because of where it is and we are you know we haven't seen in east Antarctic ice shelf collapse in our at least in our lifetimes possible reasons why we probably are seeing the result of a lot a long time of increased ocean warming there it just has been melting in melting then last week temperatures soared more than seventy degrees above normal in the area I wouldn't say that it's the entire story but it certainly added to pressure on to the those ice shelves that we haven't seen before I'm showing after

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Italy seeks to study, sample Europe's southernmost glacier

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Italy seeks to study, sample Europe's southernmost glacier

"Scientists in Italy are racing against time to study scanned in sample Europe's southernmost glacier before it melts and disappears researchers conducted a preliminary rate our survey of the Calderon glacier in central Italy rising temperatures are melting it J. Coble biography tells the AP it's a non invasive method to look at the ice the thickness of the ice the depth of the ice so is likely cleaning because then you know when you do an axe or DC I just looking for your body without getting here we want to do the same looking for the ice they plan to return next month to drill into it and take samples to get site the screens are judging copal Gabrielle he says these glaciers which are treasure troves of information are being lost but we have a moral duty we certainly have a responsibility to preserve them but it's very difficult experts say the Calder on glacier could melt by twenty fifty if drastic measures aren't taken I'm a dynasty

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Guns to garden tools: Colorado group seeks change, healing

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Guns to garden tools: Colorado group seeks change, healing

"A nonprofit group that converge guns into garden tools is celebrating its re purposing of more than a thousand weapons they're based in Colorado springs and raw tools gets its inspiration from a Bible verse they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks it began after the twenty thirteen massacre at an elementary school in sandy hook Connecticut where twenty first graders and six adults were shot to death by a gunman since then the group has held gun buyback events and melted down disabled fire arms turning them into garden tools like claws and trolls one raw tools members are let the Evans says it helps her cope with the shooting death of her three year old son decades ago in Denver hi Jackie Quinn

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After the blizzard, the East Coast digs out under sunny sky

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

After the blizzard, the East Coast digs out under sunny sky

"The the the the cold cold cold cold temperatures temperatures temperatures temperatures continue continue continue continue on on on on the the the the east east east east coast coast coast coast and and and and so so so so does does does does the the the the cleanup cleanup cleanup cleanup from from from from the the the the nor nor nor nor Easter Easter Easter Easter that that that that dumped dumped dumped dumped more more more more than than than than two two two two feet feet feet feet of of of of snow snow snow snow in in in in some some some some areas areas areas areas when when when Philip Philip Philip who who who was was was out out out shoveling shoveling shoveling snow snow snow in in in Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn says says says this this this is is is his his his kind kind kind of of of weather weather weather you you you can can can read read read the the the like like like this this this all all all the the the time time time I'm I'm I'm good good good some some some people people people may may may not not not like like like it it it one one one of of of those those those people people people is is is Brooks Brooks Brooks who who who was was was walking walking walking by by by with with with electus electus electus I'll I'll I'll share share share with with with you you you my my my deepest deepest deepest thoughts thoughts thoughts being being being in in in Barbados Barbados Barbados right right right now now now but but but for for for now now now he's he's he's here here here with with with the the the rest rest rest of of of us us us trudging trudging trudging through through through the the the snow snow snow like like like deny deny deny a a a pathway pathway pathway sometimes sometimes sometimes you you you could could could slip slip slip and and and stuff stuff stuff but but but we we we still still still have have have to to to manage manage manage forecasters forecasters forecasters say say say temperatures temperatures temperatures will will will start start start rising rising rising by by by mid mid mid week week week coupled coupled coupled with with with the the the sun sun sun should should should help help help melt melt melt some some some of of of the the the leftover leftover leftover snow snow snow Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker New New New York York York

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After the blizzard, the big chill as East Coast digs out

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

After the blizzard, the big chill as East Coast digs out

"More more more more than than than than two two two two feet feet feet feet of of of of snow snow snow snow fell fell fell fell in in in in some some some some areas areas areas areas throughout throughout throughout throughout the the the the northeast northeast northeast northeast Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday especially especially especially especially in in in in coastal coastal coastal coastal towns towns towns towns in in in in the the the the weather weather weather weather isn't isn't isn't isn't helping helping helping helping clean clean clean clean up up up up National National National National Weather Weather Weather Weather Service Service Service Service meteorologist meteorologist meteorologist meteorologist Marc Marc Marc Marc Chenard Chenard Chenard Chenard says says says says while while while while the the the the nor nor nor nor Easter Easter Easter Easter hit hit hit hit eleven eleven eleven eleven states states states states the the the the most most most most persistent persistent persistent persistent band band band band of of of of heavy heavy heavy heavy snow snow snow snow set set set set up up up up from from from from Long Long Long Long Island Island Island Island into into into into eastern eastern eastern eastern Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts there there there there were were were were several several several several hours hours hours hours in in in in a a a a row row row row we we we we were were were were getting getting getting getting two two two two to to to to three three three three inch inch inch inch an an an an hour hour hour hour snowfall snowfall snowfall snowfall rates rates rates rates which which which which is is is is pretty pretty pretty pretty impressive impressive impressive impressive New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey got got got got twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one inches inches inches inches of of of of snow snow snow snow Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut and and and and Maine Maine Maine Maine twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two New New New New York York York York and and and and Rhode Rhode Rhode Rhode Island Island Island Island just just just just under under under under twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five and and and and Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts got got got got almost almost almost almost thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one inches inches inches inches of of of of snow snow snow snow thirty thirty thirty thirty point point point point nine nine nine nine inches inches inches inches of of of of ice ice ice ice as as as as seen seen seen seen command command command command just just just just south south south south of of of of Boston Boston Boston Boston Chenard Chenard Chenard Chenard says says says says despite despite despite despite the the the the sun sun sun sun don't don't don't don't look look look look for for for for the the the the snow snow snow snow to to to to melt melt melt melt away away away away fast fast fast fast with with with with temperatures temperatures temperatures temperatures remaining remaining remaining remaining below below below below freezing freezing freezing freezing by by by by Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday we we we we should should should should start start start start to to to to warm warm warm warm up up up up some some some some we we we we may may may may be be be be able able able able to to to to get get get get a a a a little little little little bit bit bit bit above above above above freezing freezing freezing freezing then then then then he he he he says says says says there there there there will will will will be be be be a a a a slow slow slow slow warming warming warming warming trend trend trend trend toward toward toward toward mid mid mid mid week week week week Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker New New New New York York York York

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Mike Doran: The JCPOA Doesn't Do Anything It Says It Will

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Mike Doran: The JCPOA Doesn't Do Anything It Says It Will

"Mike there's so many things I'd like to talk to you about. Let's for once on the record, talk about this thing that clearly, whatever happens in Russia, this administration is still obsessed with Iran still obsessed with Obama's JCPOA Iran deal, which for me was the proudest moment of our administration where Steve Bannon and myself managed to create the conditions for the president to kill the deal. Why is it that great? Oh my gosh. When he called us into the oval with the rest of the cabinet members there, who were pro Iran deal and said, okay, he called us his heavies. And he said, Steve said, explain why I need to kill this. And we had a great session that the president killed it. It was wonderful. Why is it so bad? And will you explain why it didn't, in fact, stop Iran getting nuclear capability? It doesn't do. It doesn't. Not at all. Not at all. It leaves in. So the theory of the JCPOA is that is that it blocks all paths to a bomb and it keeps them one year away from being a threshold state meaning having enough fissile material to build a bond. It doesn't do that. If you look at the terms of it, all the restrictions melt away over time. Right. So they got the ten years they do whatever they want. They do. Exactly. And so they can continue to blackmail us with their with their with their quasi nuclear status or their threshold status. And then it lifts all those sanctions. And so it makes them flush with cash, which they can use to fund their proxies, who are attacking our we're attacking our allies. Like right now, we're seeing them they're attacking well through their proxies through the Houthis are attacking the

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Ski resorts aim for more efficient snowmaking amid drought

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Ski resorts aim for more efficient snowmaking amid drought

"In in in in the the the the midst midst midst midst of of of of a a a a droughts droughts droughts droughts ski ski ski ski resorts resorts resorts resorts in in in in the the the the western western western western looking looking looking looking for for for for a a a a more more more more efficient efficient efficient efficient way way way way to to to to make make make make snow snow snow snow snow snow snow snow pack pack pack pack in in in in the the the the west west west west is is is is decreased decreased decreased decreased about about about about twenty twenty twenty twenty percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the last last last last century century century century Aspin Aspin Aspin Aspin has has has has lost lost lost lost a a a a month month month month of of of of winter winter winter winter since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty and and and and warmed warmed warmed warmed about about about about three three three three degrees degrees degrees degrees Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Fahrenheit Fahrenheit audit audit audit audit Schadler Schadler Schadler Schadler and and and and Aspin Aspin Aspin Aspin says says says says gears gears gears gears are are are are seeing seeing seeing seeing unfamiliar unfamiliar unfamiliar unfamiliar sights sights sights sights snow snow snow snow making making making making guns guns guns guns snowmaking snowmaking snowmaking snowmaking is is is is gonna gonna gonna gonna increased increased increased increased because because because because it's it's it's it's the the the the only only only only way way way way to to to to survive survive survive survive the the the the ski ski ski ski industry industry industry industry is is is is investing investing investing investing millions millions millions millions to to to to make make make make snow snow snow snow hydrologist hydrologist hydrologist hydrologist Patrick Patrick Patrick Patrick Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont at at at at Utah Utah Utah Utah State State State State University University University University says says says says many many many many of of of of the the the the states states states states have have have have been been been been dealing dealing dealing dealing with with with with drought drought drought drought for for for for decades decades decades decades and and and and so so so so every every every every drop drop drop drop of of of of water water water water matters matters matters matters Belmont Belmont Belmont Belmont call call call call snow snow snow snow making making making making just just just just a a a a short short short short stop stop stop stop gap gap gap gap we we we we have have have have to to to to get get get get also also also also turned turned turned turned out out out out in in in in the the the the quicker quicker quicker quicker we we we we get get get get him him him him turned turned turned turned off off off off the the the the longer longer longer longer snow snow snow snow making making making making may may may may be be be be available available available available at at at at FedEx FedEx FedEx FedEx is is is is also also also also concerned concerned concerned concerned man man man man made made made made snow snow snow snow which which which which is is is is dancer dancer dancer dancer and and and and melts melts melts melts later later later later than than than than the the the the real real real real thing thing thing thing can can can can affect affect affect affect stream stream stream stream flows flows flows flows I'm I'm I'm I'm a a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

03:44 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"Boston is just nine and eighteen since july. Twenty ninth and thanks in part to the yankees recent winning streak. The red sox playoff odds are now down to sixty two percent. They were sitting above ninety percent as recently as late. July but sale has done his part for the team and we'll see on wednesday if he can break the record for career immaculate innings by setting down three tampa bay rays inundating on nine straight strikes. That'll be all harder to do against against arrays. then they get little bits. i know. Hey the twins have been better recently. I also wanted to know what you guys thought of. You know so the immaculate inning very impressive show of dominance but logan web. We should coin something for what he did This past week where. He had a three pitch inning. He hit the first batter of the inning. Got a ground ball double play on the second pitch and then allowed a screaming fly ball. That was caught at the warning. Track for the third out. So three pitches three outs but done in the most unconventional and perhaps least impressive way possible like an unimak hewlett. What the word for these sterile name for three pitch. How common is that. I'm curious yeah. I don't know you could call it like a maddix. That's what they call the super low pitch complete game and maddox was sort of the master of life. The efficient three pitch inning type of thing. But yeah. I don't know if there's a word for that yet by the way. Shoutout to I'm such a shameless. Met fan but shadow onto jacob degrom. Who actually shockingly has never had an immaculate any. I find that really hard to believe. I'm surprised he didn't have one this year. The way he was pitching for a few games are where he was just completely unhittable but he did. Come one pitch away from immaculate inning. This is back in two thousand fifteen. I think when he really wasn't very well known one pitch away from having immaculate ending in all star game Ten pitches three strikeouts so the that would have been something and and and things that almost happened. Yeah against all stars and that's better than against the backup twins the twins. Yes it does feel like with the amount of strikeouts now. It's going to lose its luster a little bit with guys. Just you know in an oath to count just swinging for the fences that that didn't happen back in the day. So i'm kinda more impressed by kovacs's and the the the guys back in the day who used to do it. I mean people prided themselves on putting the ball in play though was such a bigger thing like you. Think about joe dimaggio. Who never once. I believe struck out more times than he walked and in fact struck out just a little bit more than half of his number walks over his whole career..

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

03:08 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"May well be that there have been more immaculate innings truly thrown than the ones that we have on record In fact the term immaculate inning itself is relatively new with the first reference in the media not really happening until the two thousands. I looked up a Read it discussion on the origin of the term and they settled on probably some blogger in two thousand six. That's a direct quote as the most likely corner of the phrase immaculate inning when kenley jansen through an immaculate inning in twenty seventeen. He didn't even know that that was the thing they had to explain it to me. He said i've been pitching seven or eight years. And i just don't know what that is but now i know and it's awesome. We're also we're also sort of living in the golden era of immaculate innings through the end of the two thousand nine season only sixty two known immaculate innings had ever been thrown which means forty two of the one hundred and four. That i've ever been thrown have happened in just the last decade plus and twenty five of the one hundred and four so about a quarter of them have taken place just since the start of the two thousand seventeen season at the time espionage and seth rosenthal called two thousand seventeen the year of the immaculate inning and that was true there were eight immaculate innings that year which broke the old record of seven which had been set just a few hours earlier in twenty fourteen the record before that was five in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight which didn't even fully included florida. Marlins pitcher hey sue sanchez's near double immaculate inning when he struck out three atlanta braves but on ten pitches in the second inning of a game. And then did the real deal. Three more strikeouts on nine pitches in the following inning so he could have had back to back immaculate innings instead he only had one but twenty nine thousand nine. You could have also called that the year of the immaculate inning because that season also saw eight immaculate innings tying the record sales was the fourth. We've seen twenty twenty one so far but it was made more historic by the fact that it was the third of his career. He also did it twice as part of that barrage of immaculate innings from two thousand nineteen sale join sandy colfax as the only pitcher ever to throw three immaculate innings in a career colfax. Did it for the first time in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. Then he did it again in nineteen sixty three and then he did it again in one thousand nine sixty four so he threw immaculate innings one per year in three straight seasons of course colfax was known as the left arm of god for a reason after that. Nineteen sixty four immaculate inning. He was personally responsible for three of the fifteen or twenty percent of all the immaculate innings had ever been thrown to that point in history and for three of the seven that had happened since nineteen twenty nine because no immaculate innings happen at all between one thousand nine hundred and nine hundred fifty to sail for his part is only responsible for a little bit less than three percent of all the immaculate innings. That have ever happened to date though. Colfax did admittedly have a bit of a head start on him chronologically. Speaking with sale back in the fold the red sox have a much needed extra weapon in their arsenal to try to stave off a late season collapse and make the playoffs but his teammates have to try to be immaculate as well. If you exclude those three starts by sale..

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

03:26 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"Know i I'll i'll be the first. I hadn't heard of global until Sarah circulating the lincoln man. I mean it's also the first of all you're right. It's almost like they're throwing it like a like. A cricket bowler set the right term in kind of the motion that comes but also the The goaltending just going on Hearing is really kind of cool to why. I kind of want play goal It's on it's on a volleyball court. So in a with a really wide goal in this is kind of fun to watch it. Reactions are so i mean you have to. They have to react so quickly to what they're what they're hearing and sunshine and it's it's really impressive to watch i. I have enjoyed that. The other sport that specific to the paralympics botch eh. Which is about like curling. So i feel like it could be a sport. We really get behind where the players are are are launching a ball to. That's like to get close to center. Jack they call it and so it's a lot like a lot like early except not an ice. That is really fun and it seems like fun thing that like i feel like more people should be playing. This should be sweeping the nation. Yeah it's a first of all yes. We are a pro curling. Yeah yeah and come february Just as a word of warning we will only be talking about current for to ally of course but no. It's it's similar to botchy or pay tonk yet if you ever go down to bryant park in new york on a sunday morning or something. They'll play pay talk. There are people who are like very serious. Pay talk players down there so you can kind of get a taste of something similar to if you live in new york and you go down there just a pro tip for you. It's like curling when you don't have ice. Yeah broom which frankly most people don't have ice right. This is why most people do have room exactly. Yeah no it is weird. That curly is the one that has caught on lately. Since like why it's just harder. It's see every moment in the world olympics. I definitely have that. Why why. I'm watching this. I have it every time. I see hockey guys but i love. I love your these for the paralympics. I've actually. I've actually had the rare distinction of. I've never been to the olympics. But i happened to the paralympics I went in barcelona. Ninety-two happened to be there. Traveling family in you know it's happened to be an olympic works for over barcelona man. I don't know it look. It was It was a we. My dad was a big traveler so we would often do these kind of take a country in europe and stay in cheap hotels and travel around and we were in barcelona and just kind of walked in bought tickets at the gate for the paralympics. Because kinda wanted to just see the stadium which was still up on and really cool and scenic. You remember that stadium showing my eight year of nineteen ninety ninety-two but It was great. It was so much fun and it was so exciting. And you think you definitely see these stories that you know that really inspiring..

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"The paralympic games are in full swing. There have been some incredible stories. So far like tic tac sensation and visually impaired swimmer anesthesia. Pagodas taking home gold sprinter. Nick mayhew breaking eleven seconds in the one hundred meters not once but twice on. Espn around the horn. Tony reality took the time to shout out swimmer jessica. Long who made history at the paralympic.

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

02:33 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"And it's just the same the same age probably but like maybe i frankly i mean steam now teaming. Brock party is You know this is his year to really like make a name with himself. I mean people follow college. Football nobre pretty. But i don't think he's like captured the zeitgeist yet and poss- just wait till brock tober last october. That'll be the one time when his name serves him better than spencer rattlers named serves. Him is three hundred sixty five days a year. Spencer route best name time name ever. Maybe no this is actually this is. This is the point of the college football season where everything feels possible right And and i can't. I'm already like i'm i'm preemptively. Let down by whatever my team does. Sarah eight sarah. Eight point six percent chance of making the playoffs for the cyclones. No that's probably the highest. It's literally ever been right so i that's that's great but but this is where the potential is here for everyone right for every ver-very fan except for nebraska fans. I guess and it is. I think this year is a little bit. It means a little bit more knowing how much chaos is on the horizon with these with these conferences. We didn't talk about the alliance between the big ten and pac twelve. Acc it's like. oh cool. great. I mean we're just we're we're we literally are hurtling towards two big super-conferences or maybe just one big super conference at some point Culpable really changing in ways. That in ways. That are really good. I in my opinion the the players have more power that can make money. This is these are good things Make money off of their likeness. But it's also changing and really scary ways that i'm not sure how i'm going to deal with as a fan and what it will mean for for my team going forward so it. I don't know this season feels like it. Feels like there's so much possibility here. And then we're gonna end up with the same four teams in the playoffs aright while the college football season anna. You know we got a little taste of it last last week but it's happening for real now. Let's all get prepared for some some interesting outcomes And yeah we can leave this discussion here for now. We'll take a quick break and be back in a moment to talk about the paralympics.

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"From an actual game outcome standpoint like the money involved the alignment. There sure i mean that all makes sense whatever but like are they going to get played off the field of the sec. That's what every every leftover big twelve fan is hoping for. But do they is the pressure on them to win now in the big twelve before they before they move onto a much more road well and then if you flip that around i think there's also pressure on teams in the sec. To be able to win before this influx of even more talent and even more prestige programs enter. Like i think about texas a. and m. you know always one of the best teams on paper and hasn't really had that special season and they are losing their cachet would seems to be very important to them of being the only texas school in sec when when university of texas joins up. So i think they're under pressure to do that and i think georgia is under pressure. I mean i. Don't think kirby smarts going anywhere anytime soon but this another program that on paper always seems like it should be right in that national championship conversation and they just sometimes find ways to not make the playoff or when they do. They can't quite finish the job. And so. I definitely think that georgia this might be their best team on paper that they've had during this kirby smart era they got. Jt daniels at quarterback. He's got experience extra experience from his time at usc. So i don't know. I feel like it's kinda now or never for them as well Especially when you look down the line and you see oklahoma and texas joining or league years down the line yeah. I think you're right on georgia. I think this is i mean. Obviously this clemson game while you know. We'll do a law if they can if they can be clemson that would Obviously help their their playoff kennedy remarkably. Which i think is great scheduling but but even beyond that even if they were to lose with florida kind of losing..

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

05:34 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"It it. It's definitely a program. That's in trouble for sure as michigan so it gets me you know. I like it happened in into other fan base. Well i think something similar was happening with alabama by like the mid two thousands right. I mean they were sort of. They were dominant. They won the national championship as recently as the early nineties And they were sort of falling on hard times and trying to figure out how to thread the needle of you know. We have a great tradition. We have a rabid fan base. But we're not winning. And and maybe not even recruiting like we ought to and it. Obviously nick saban. Who's probably the greatest coach ever. Maybe in any certainly in college football played a big role in turning that around. But it did show that. It's like it is possible to do that. And it doesn't necessarily require falling back tradition as much as building something new and building kind of a pipeline type of machine that leverages your position within the state and within the region but also doesn't make. These appeals to players that. Were like not alive when you last had any kind of real success. Yeah just poach a big time. Rival coach and throw millions of dollars out of absolutely. That's the way to no. I think you're right. And i've seen a lot of takes like well. How else are people going to lincoln. Nebraska's not a not a place you want. You want to go so you have to have a different kind of selling point. And i just disagree with that completely. I think kids wanna play football. They wanna play football where they're going to have a chance to win. And if you build a winning tradition and you can make that pitch. I mean aims. Iowa's also not exactly a a vacation spot for most people for me. It is obviously but not for. I'm not sure tuscaloosa. Alabama is either. I mean it's really like there. Are i think the kids feed off of though the the attention and the energy and the passion that the fans have so in that sense nebraska is starting from a place. Where at least you do have that. Yeah i do really wonder how this is going to play out i. It's hard to imagine scott frost getting getting the axe Especially midseason that just just seems basically impossible to me but but you know it'll be it'll be interesting to see how they approach the future of that program if they really are concerned with moving forward instead of just instead of just looking back i think so jeff are there other other teams that are under particular pressure to perform this year. And do they all wear maize and blue look. I don't wanna talk about michigan. I think this that's not true. I know i gladly will talk about michigan. But i think just anecdotally. This is probably the least fanfare. I can ever remember heading into a michigan season I think expectations have bottomed out in what year. Seven of jim harbaugh. I think the fan base kind of unilaterally wants him gone which is not a great place. I don't know if nebraska's quite there yet but expectations are low. So in some ways it's kinda house money if they are good. They have a new defensive coordinator breaking in an entirely new system..

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"Rankings four nebraska each year. They have not been in the top thirty teams. they've only been in the tops better than sixtieth. Once last year there were thirty. Eighth overall And in his first couple of years there around the top sixty and some of that while you could blame mike riley. He left them as the eighty-sixth the best team in the fbi in his last year but This this team is not playing as well as you would expect based on those recruiting classes and some of it has to do with and we saw this a lot in illinois game is self inflicted mistakes and errors in terms of turnover is bad special teams play. This team has been atrocious and special teams in the fbi rankings. They haven't ranked any better than one hundred fifteenth in the country over the past two years and so. i think that that kind of comes down to coaching. I mean you know scott frost. Maybe you were expecting more fr from him than twentieth. Best recruiting but you're definitely expecting better execution with those recruiting classes. Then then he's provided them so far. And i think that's really a big source of frustration. But sarah you found the story that i thought was kind of hilarious and saddened just bizarre from the local nebraska paper where they were like well. If scott frost fails what's next for nebraska. We're out of ideas. We just can't think of anything else if if bringing back the former quarterback in assuming that that would just lead to the same success doesn't work. We've literally exhausted oliver options here like no. That's what you're gonna get me in so much trouble here. Since that's that's that's that was written by a former colleague of mine at the newspaper. I used to work for sorry but it is funny right because that is the mentality. It really is like well. We've tried everything. We've brought back the former quarterback with the tom osborne ties. And we've got no more ideas again again. Very similar to michigan the former quarterback michigan man..

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

04:13 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"Adrian martinez fumble. We had our customary matt is snap over his shoulder when early at the punt returner. Who tried to throw a forward pass. Inkata's safety it was. it was. It was more of the same. So i need to take just a second to apologize for this segment to the husker fans in my life. Sorry guys i promise. I'm experiencing a minimal amount of glee also you of the program that is complete bs. I mean you can just hear the joy in your voice. Listen i i lived in nebraska for many years. I was a cycle exile in his see of big red and even when they were bad by their standards like they would fans there would consider the years that i was in nebraska like bad years for them and they were still like nine and three and then firing their coach so i have earned this a little bit and also i will nebraska fans are going to have the last laugh here since they will be in the big ten in my school. Be without a conference so listen. it's fine. I'm allowed to take a little a little bit of glee just a little bit a minimal minimal amount. But but neil what is going on in lincoln. Why does nebraska seem to be trapped in its own private version of day. Yeah it's a great question while i think There's two things going on and one has to do with like you said the sort of unrealistic standards that nebraska sort of has where i think the the success that the school had really leading up to the two thousands and really even somewhat into the two thousands but certainly through like the nineties was just so phenomenal that i think that there is a perception of well. This is the way that it has to be and you see this with other schools. Jeff would know that from michigan. Also first second. I was like success in the late. Nineties repeated delusions of grandeur and repeated. Firing of coaches I wasn't sure if you were you could have been talking. Yeah i could have been talking about nebraska or michigan. So but yeah. I think that they fall into that. Same camp where. There's this unrealistic expectation but also you do see that. There is a gulf between where nebraska ought to be based on its recruiting and just based on how much it devotes in terms of fan attention. Money donations booster volume. All these things And where they actually are. So i kind of looked up. The recruiting ranks at twenty four seven. Sports they have this really cool kind of composite ranking. That looks at like you know each class and quantifies based on the recruits of which star caliber that you pull in How well you recruited in so nebraska. They have consistently had between the seventeenth and twenty third best recruiting class in the country for of the past. Five classes they were twentieth This past year there twentieth two years ago seventeenth year before that which i think was one of frost's first recruiting classes so that i think really kind of tells you. Okay this is maybe the delusions that this this team ought to be competing with like the alabama's in ohio states and sort of that class clemson's of the world are overstated. But they should probably be a top twenty team If if we're looking at their recruiting class granted that still puts them at like fourth or fifth in the big ten. If you look at the talent composite at twenty four seven sports they were the fifth most talented team in the big ten despite being the twenty fifth best team in the country by the talent composite index so. It is a tough conference. It's tough to break into that upper echelon even when you're recruiting in the top twenty top twenty five but at the same time if you look at the scott frost era and you look at the..

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Lab

"How's it going great. How are you good. I'm good you know just counting down the days till nfl season. My eagles had on nice and joining us from california is by thirty a contributor jeff foster. Hi jeff sarah. It's good to get the band back together. I it had been a while more than a world. Yeah no not traveling the world. I did go sit in a like sports free environment in a cabin in the woods and it was really lovely but ready. I'm ready for the sports again. The sports are coming back with a vengeance as they always. We also have a breaking news here breaking news cam newton released by the patriots. Let's get some instant reaction that is not a joke. That is a real headline. Wow that's the second time in a row of gotta push alert for a release of a notable. Nfl player last week or two weeks ago. Was tim tebow guesses. Not install sir nada surprised remotely but this one certainly is a surprise. Wow well he will end up. You figure he'll end up somewhere. I mean we're like if he seems like every nfl season we're gonna get one. Significant last year was dak significant quarterback injury early in the year. And you know if it's a contender. I think it's a no brainer. Not bring him on still. I wasn't i wasn't i wasn't expecting him to just kinda thought he'd be traded or some something they're not just just straight up released. That's that's a surprise to me anyway. Now now i'm furiously updating the the quarterback model in real time model adjustment here. Just be the podcast. We sort of make small talk while neil up this model i mean. That's that's actually on today's show. We'll look at the college football season who we expect to do. Well and who we expect to be nebraska. Then we'll check in with the paralympics and the incredible halls of metal. Some paralympic athletes are winning that put michael phelps to shame and finally we'll take a deep dive into data with our.

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"a. melting" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"a. melting" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Yeah. I hope it's more for science. Young for hilarious pranks. Maybe it's going to like testing the volume of the trailer. You like some sort of a better. Like i had looked like a scholar with the southern accent. Put on the end of that. Get one of your so going. Back to what the sherman's experienced cattle mutilations is that they reckon that they lost up to twenty percent of their head of cattle to these mutilations. Now anybody anybody who knows anything senate. Yeah it's a huge percentage when i heard is always going to lose one or two of its capital. The twenty percent of the total heard that is huge in rochester. And at that point the rancher is operating at a loss. They've lost a lot of income and a lot of money through using that many cattle in in one event and this pride in early of entering the family i moved in. They saw an abnormally large. What they called a dire wolf and dire wolf is basically like the wolf. That's of of much larger proportions than it needs to be attacking one day cattle and even started the wool multiple times hitting it. Point blank with a handgun. There was no reaction from the wolf at all. It just seemed completely unfazed by the fact that it was being shot at point blank. Range and after being shot six times of the handgun. The wolf ran often. It finally vanished other phenomenon. The were the sherman's witnessed. Were like you said the crop circles and this one i loved is the hear disembodied voices that are commenting on what is happening on the farm at the time and that is like true. Truman shy type of stuff like that. I mean if you're if you're going about whatever it is weeding the garden and some voices commenting on you about weeding the garden. I mean ex- exactly. What is the point of that if that is an extraterrestrial into action. Why would they be commenting on the the the only purpose i can see in that is to make you think you're losing your fucking mind like to make you think you're going insane to creep you out as much as they possibly could learning how to speak the way you speak. Maybe that's a good point. Maybe that's just practicing to see if you kind of understand said chow cat chow. Milking began linking another language. Personally she's one of the phenomenon. Experience is anonymous moving around in front of their eyes and that kind of suggests poltergeist activity and there have been sightings like you said a big foot humanoid creatures sea snakes strange birds. There was another report. I remember reading that. Somebody's spotted a to cam. You know one of those tropical birds with really big somebody sponsored team to knock native utah anywhere near it so strange birds and whole basically a whole zoo of other weird creatures that are completely out of place on the property. The family also reported senior activity around skin walker and there was one report that said that the field was up as if it was being lit by football stadium lights and they saw a ufo that was a larger than two football fields and alleged alien figures that over seven feet tall rather side account is told about the family dogs that were chasing lights in the sky. Basically like it was in the middle of the night. These lights appeared in the sky. The family dogs ran out chasing the lights. As dogs would do parking chasing running they went over originally. Like a wooded area and the rancho heard these dogs squeezing and screeching a little bit too afraid to do anything about it that night. They probably bolted. The inside of the dole. Wins out the next morning to where the dogs had disappeared. Kind of like in the tree line and all they found was basically two piles of ash which they assumed to be the dogs so it seems like the. Ufo's kind of retaliated to the doug making a noise and barking and just incinerated them on the spot which is a nasty thing to do. All of our good ufo really does most ufo sightings and things like that always you know either benign in nature that there are these beings coming and warning us about things like nuclear war and we need to be more careful of nuclear power and looking after our planet and those are always like the nordic aliens. The blunt ones. The peans all the ones from venus. Whatever they say you get the grace who are doing all of the abductions as traumatizing. As the art of the person who's experiencing the abduction then never ever violent in nature more seems like inquisitive and as if collecting information or data or samples or things like that but the person is always returned and it seems like that the aliens trying to do their best to eliminate it from people's memories as well and people have to go for like Hypnosis and things like that to be able to recall the memories the things that happened at skin walker ranch avert aggressive like there's an element maliciousness and malice to what these whatever it is. That's there it's gonna agenda and it's not a nice one. It's kind of picking on us at this point. Yeah well you would seems like probably to stay away from that span but know jake. Here's a little logic instead people by the ranch specifically to study. I just can't imagine meaning load the money for that big of a ranch to just study it speaking about exactly that. I'm basically after two years of increasing paranormal activity around the ranch. The family the sherman's they've inch decided to fuck. This took the system two years to get. That would probably but they eventually. They were driven from their home. Is is the way that they described and vacated the property in one thousand nine hundred six and then later that year billionaire robert bigelow who owns budget sweets bought the sherman ranch as little as two hundred thousand usd. Suppose you know if you're trying to get rid of haunted drawn show not too picky on the price but two thousand for it doesn't sound like an awful lot of money. Even in the ninety s even back in the ninety s he basically made it the home base of the paranormal research group called the national institute for the discovery of science which operated until two thousand and four the group's findings and officials stance with that ufo seen in the area where air quotes not consistent with current military aircraft technology. So definitely something out of the ordinary. It's also reported that bigler received a twenty two million dollar funding to conduct his research at the ufo ranch from an unclassified government program called the advanced aviation threat identification program and that was around two thousand seven twenty two million dollars like some black budget is definitely interested in what's happening at the skin walk around tax money really skin walk around has been dubbed the alley by many locals. Those who are nearby sherman ranch bats an eye at the lights in the sky. These days it's the folks who spent time on the ominous property tele completely different tail most of the sightings lights in the sky was tiny pinpricks of light somewhere in the distance on the horizon but the strange lights reported on the skin. More ranch said to move as by intelligent design and have an energy that inspires dread. Anybody who's nearby and again that's not something you hear of your reportings. They're actually like inspiring dread and people giving them like a residual kind of energy and then there's the little matter of what they call the whole sky. And this is one of my favorite things about the sherman ranch. So there is this voting that appears out of nowhere in the middle of the sky and people who can who are looking into the vortex can essentially see a different sky and a different dimension on the other side of the vortex down to the down to the fact that it's a different time of day on the side so if it's nighttime here you're looking through and you see daytime through this hole in the sky. They do describe the fact that the sky on the other side of the vortex completely different color two hours and it's almost like an orangey amber color but one of the interesting things about it as well is that you only see it. If you're standing at a certain angler at a certain location you're facing kind of head onto it. You see it but if you're at a ninety degree angle to nobody can make it out all like there's nothing there. As far as they're concerned there have been creatures reportedly and ufo's coming in and out of this forty six in the sky so it kind of implies the idea of like a wormhole or portal to another dimension and maybe that's what it's being used for. Maybe that's why all the weird things on earth. Your foes foot crypto creatures aliens shadow beings all these things. Maybe that's how they're getting. Maybe that's maybe that's the global entry like for earth that's all of them coming from the kind of dispersing from there. It's it's completely possible. So maybe any other planet is like you know we should send those criminals to an island somewhere into the portal. That's where we're dealing with the dregs of another another civilization society. All i can say that. Because i got i got the stats in the ratings for podcasts. Today for the last week and we've climbed up the charts in australia. Thanks kidding kidding man. We just.

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"a. melting" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"a. melting" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Events. Needless to say european settlers that moved in didn't stick around for very long and quickly. Got the fuck outta there claiming that they had seen things that they couldn't explain. Probably something like a big pup-. I'm really i'm really stuck. Unreal stuck on the idea. Of course taking your hair in and being told by a scientist like billy can you imagine. Can you imagine the moment. He went rushing by. But ma ma look found a big beub upsetting. Be puuikena there on a tree bark somewhere. It's all upset very upsetting. It doesn't it doesn't matter what the answer is. But you did mention as well. You did mention that. The native american legends claim that it was the home in the skin walkers and then it is related to the navajo folklore that they they claimed that it was actually the skin. Walk around with the sherman. Ranch is right in the middle of what they call the path of the skin walk. And it's just this area that emanates evil energy and like you said as well as the words skin walker. I mean when you when you hear the name skin walker. What kind of mental images come to mind. Because i picked something very much like zombie like kind of loose loose floppy skin like bony feeder pony finger pointing at you like really really nasty kind of creepy looking but as skinny. You think skinny skin. That doesn't quite fit. Well like something's put on a skin suit type of thing. Yeah according to according to navajo folklore. The skin walkers evil shape shifting creature that is said to have the ability to be able to morph into a plethora of terrifying creatures and the local indigenous people of the region which are called the youths. They will not go anywhere near skin walker ranch and they take the legend of very very seriously. They believed that the skin will cause potent spurts that here because of a curse that was put unto them by the navajo many generations. Before and the you'd say that the the path of the skin walker It's strictly forbidden for tribe members to go anywhere near it and that it's actually been that way for a long long long time long before the white man arrived in america so goes way back it goes way back and according like you said according to the locals this five hundred acre skin walk around which is also sometimes referred to as ufo ranch or your valley. It has been a hotbed of the year cavity since the early nineteen fifties. But it wasn't until the mid ninety. S when terry and gwenn sherman. Which are their students. But the way the name the showman ranch comes from and their children they purchased the property which is in about nineteen ninety-four and when they moved in and this is weird when they moved in they found a lot of dead bolts on the doors. And the windows. Now you might think that that is typical kind of standard hardware to find an ranch until you find out that the dead bolts just on the outside of the doors on the inside of everything as well. The kind of gives you the idea that they're not just trying to keep something out that they might also be trying to keep something in. I get that five from it. yeah. I'm sorry going back to the pseudonyms. That wasn't the real name. I missed the i think. The first names -tarian greenwich student. Sherman is because they don't want to be harassed by biblis. Probably i'm guessing. There's a lot of sherman's in america as well Bavarian grinned sherman. The other guy by or that. They've been kind of popularized as taming. Gwen sherman. They also these very big heavy chains found around the property that looked like they would be able to be used to restrain the very big animal and during the time in the ranch. The family endured multiple multiple cattle mutilations. And if you've ever followed any work done by the investigative journalist. Linda moulton how she has looked into this in great great detail and the skin walker ranch is one location where there's a lot of cattle mutilations but it actually happens all over america and that is that is back in weird let's be honest and some of the hallmarks of these. These mutilations is they don't necessarily happen like during the nighttime when nobody around there have been reports of catholic relations happening when the ranch the farmer is a few maybe ten or twenty feet away and again same thing is with the crop circles. One moment he's looking at the cow turns around. Does the thing on the tractor in my mind ranch always working on track. Does he turns around again. And the cattle like the cow or whatever it is is lying dead on on the field and when they go up and investigate the like the dead animal. It's usually number one is. There's no evidence of blood around the site where the the animal has been. You know quote unquote attacked because it's dead. It's definitely been attacked by something. There's no blood on the ground. Which means that a copy predatory animal because a predatory animal would leave tracing evidence of the attack. Number two is that it has buddy parts missing. Always seems to be the same body parts or there's always kind of trained with the body parts. One of them is a big chunk of the cheek. Meat is missing and again you know it makes me think of when they do things like i'm. Dna testing dana swabbing. They always swab the inside of your cheek because a lot of dead cells are so it might be a very good place if you're doing any sort of dna researched beach take a piece of cheek. Neat also often one of the most delicious parts of the animal that that's another story. I didn't cheek me cheeks but then another part. That's always missing in on females. It'll be the other of china and the us asshole. The amos has been called out. When i say court out like if you ever if you ever go and actually look at pictures of this code out is the only way of putting it. It's as if somebody took a perfectly round cylinder and just shoved it up a cow and then pulled it back out again with the news on the inside of the cylinder. And there's a perfect like perfect circle way. The anus should have been and it's just been completely removed so it's usually the sex organs the anus and part of the on the cheek and then eyeballs are after missing as well and again. It's unfortunate that we don't have video of his. I am horrified on horrifying something. I haven't ever researched you. It is good for you. it's very. It's now that i know the details. I'm giving you all the mental pictures amid absolutely grotesque It is absolutely mccaw. There's no there's no doubt about that but one of the other hallmarks of this. Is that if it were a predator. They would they would obviously be evidence of like biting clause teeth shine ripping and tearing tools tools that all of the evidence. That's left behind. In the cattle mutilation is of like laser surgery precision like absolute clean cuts. And i remember one of the things that i'm linda moulton harm mentioned in a video or or something that i'd watched with her. Is that when they do evidence on on on the surgery. Sideway with the cuts in the flesh has been removed. She says that it looks almost quarter-sized. And that would imply like a laser being used in surgery. And that's why there's no blood escaping onto the ground from the animal's been cut quarter-sized. Yes and like quarter like accent motorized contra water arised and the other. The other thing is that there's never any blood inside the animals whilst the animal has been completely drained of blood. Now if you can imagine just paint that little picture for yourself. Again of pharma billy bob standing at the field looking that way. Happy cow looking this way meddling with tractor looking back again and all of those things..

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"a. melting" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"a. melting" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Seven were dismissed. It doesn't but then they threw in at the very end and the others magic cows raccoon deer porcupines the rest of the numbers together with that. Suppose what they would have been looking for. There was any Like dna evidence of a species that we aren't aware of that they wouldn't have been able to write and they were matched to the ones that we have already cut on a disappointing note. Bigfoot hair out there a big poops before and it's the first study. The only had thirty seven hours or samples and aside from the pubic hairs. Like science did not say pubic. You use it. If if you're out in the wild and you find like a long strand of blonde hair you'll be like this is a human head because has hair the spine in long. If you find is like weird short a little strange hair. You'll be like that. Might be a bigfoot hair. You'll puppet i can. I can almost. I hadn't i clearly by more than anything else. I'm gonna tell you in crop circles. I love the idea. I love the idea that they were having some sort of a like big. Dna test results like reveal party. Ever it is. Billy bob like coming back with the results from the lab to tell his whole family that he was that he discovered that he discovered the big for dna through the hair that he found and the whole family and the whole town was gathered there and he had to announced to everybody. That was just a little story played out in my head. I wonder if they let the individuals. Now your specific air. I mean i bet if you had volunteered. Maybe they did that would be. Yeah everytime bob. Every time every time. Billy bob comes back to the lab. The people god here comes the guy.

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Parenting Burrito

The Parenting Burrito

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Parenting Burrito

"It. And you know, my parents weren't really actively in my life and I still struggle with that a lot as an adult but they made it a goal recently to not be an absent parent and speaking of this. I don't know if any of you guys know who Dharma is or if you follow them but his great inspirational life videos that he creates and there was one that I watched recently. I wish I wrote down the quote, but it said Spend more time instead of money with your family cuz money goes away and eventually becomes irrelevant. But the time is what it's going to be cherished and valued it's not exactly what you said, but it's a pretty good sum up of what it is. I mean you guys really should check him out. He's a great he makes great videos. I give him props naegeli inspired to be like that. But he's giving me the motivation to be a much better human being and parent app. And just all around a good person. All right. Thanks for listening guys. Remember in Spain family is a place where families grow so growth your kindness because kindness matters and so do you offer for more great content, please visit inspo family.com. Thanks for listening..

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"a. melting" Discussed on The Parenting Burrito

The Parenting Burrito

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"a. melting" Discussed on The Parenting Burrito

"Topic is Your kids really just making. everything better and and what I mean by that is all we is we all have days. Sometimes we impress ourselves with amazing mom packs and sometimes we disappoint ourselves because we just completely failed and let me start off by saying you can't win them all but you are most definitely doing the best you can and you are doing a great job. We all as mothers are doing a great job. So I know it's brings up quotes and and things it's a It gets a little tiring and boring after a while but I love sharing quotes and information that I come across that I feel is relevant to what I'm talking about. I've saved a lot of quotes on my phone, but I did come across this small little article which is written by Michael toilet that I came across on Facebook. I don't have it in front of me and I can't remember his name. It is titled. We had a really mean mom. This is what other kids eat candy for breakfast. We had to have cereal eggs and toast when other kids had a Pepsi and a $20 for lunch we had to eat sandwiches and you you guessed our mother fixes dinner to that was different from other wage. As well mother insisted on knowing where we were at all times. You think we were convicts in a prison. She has to know who our friends were and what we were doing with them. And she insisted if we said we would be gone for an hour. We would be gone for an hour or less. We were ashamed to admit that she had the nerve to break the child labor laws by making us work. We had to wash the dishes make the bed to learn to cook vacuum the floor and do laundry and all sorts of cruel jobs. I think she would lie awake at night thinking of things off us to do she always insisted on us telling the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth by the time we were teenagers, she could read our minds then often was really tough mother wouldn't let her let our friends just honk the horn when they drove up they had to come to the door she can meet So she can meet them but everyone else could date when they were twelve or thirteen. We had to wait until we were sixteen because our mother we missed out on a lot of things other kids experienced. We've never been caught shoplifting vandalizing other property or even been arrested for any crime. It was not it was all her fault. Now that we have left home. We are all God-fearing educated adults. We are doing our best to be mean parents just like Mom was home. I think that is what's wrong with the world today is we don't have enough mean moms anymore. And again that was written by. I want to just say Michael cuz I'm not sure what his last name is and it looks like your newspaper cut-out and I just wanted to read that because I do feel like it is really relatable end. It does seem at least for me. Like we're always the main mom like the moms are always the main parent in the dads get to do fun stuff. I mean my whole family situation is a little bit different because my kids father is in prison, but you know, I like I don't ever get to never get the title of not I mean mom like that's what is attached to my title as Mom the mean mom. I'm always me and my kids always tell me they hate me, you know, but despite that. I mean we all have rough times ended it and it does get very discouraging after a while cuz you do feel like you're feeling and Your kids just aren't impaired Angels. Not what you thought it was going to be and I'm speaking from my own personal experiences. Struggled for a very long time as a parent and I feel like these past couple of years. I've really grown as an adult as a mother off as a I know a woman. I've really grown and trying to figure it out who I am and how I want to be I mean I work full time gratefully. I work full time at home. I did make the decision to put my kids to home school my kids actually so I took them out of public school, which has been a lot more stressful for me, but You know, I hear up especially lately. I've not sure why but I tear up when we're all sitting eating dinner together and the kids. My kids are just telling jokes and you know, we're just having a good time or like when the kids fight to sit next to me, even though we spend twenty-four hours together with you know, it's it's moments like that then make the title mean mom melt away. It's it's the little things and I know like that's such a cliche saying is the little things but that really is the case. It's the little things that make being a mom or a parent time tearing up dead or being a stepparent. Worth it. And you know, my parents weren't really actively in my life and I still struggle with that a lot as an adult but they made it a goal recently to not be an absent parent

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"a. melting" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"a. melting" Discussed on What Up Patna

"a. melting" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"a. melting" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Have to we have a melting pot for blending blending populations and find scotches vote. But I'll go with scotches before the populations. Joe Biden says miss plenty of money out there not arisen your kid. Five away says so photo ID's too expensive, but driver's licenses. No problems. Are they going to get a are, are they going to be able to get the, the, the driver's license fees waived? You know, they remember they were gonna pay fines. You know, you won that was one of the programs with the McCain Kennedy Bush amnesty, ten years ago they were going to have to pay fines before they could become US citizens or legal legal aliens. And then they said, so we, we said, so what makes you think you're gonna pay a fine. They've never paid anything since since they swam across the Rio Grande, and they said, oh, we'll, we'll have a program where we waive the fines. So might as well wave the fines for the drywall, waive the fee for the driver's licenses to and the fees for the inspection, stickers and the fees for the for the license plates. I said me down by the school, we are. They won't let me in the school yard. Why don't you go to the CNN schoolyard? It's like it's like midnight on Christmas Eve, there's nobody there. They nobody's watching you, Jim. That's why that's why your book isn't selling as well as other books..

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