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Airlines pull Boeing Max jets to inspect electrical systems
"Airlines are again pulling dozens of Boeing seven thirty seven Max jets out of service this time to inspect for possible electrical problem Boeing says its informed sixteen customers they need to stop flying the jets until they check an electrical issue in certain seven thirty seven Max aircraft Boeing says this issue a possible problem with grounding in an electrical power system was discovered in a plane that was still on the production line and it's unrelated to the automated flight control system that was linked to two deadly crashes that cause the MAX jets to be grounded in twenty nineteen southwest American United and Alaska Airlines all say they've pulled the planes from service and we'll try to keep normal flight schedules using other aircraft I'm Jackie Quinn
Alaska, American, Southwest, United Airlines pull Chicago-based Boeing Max jets
"No problem with some of Boeing 7 37 Max airplanes is prompting several carriers to pull dozens of the Jets out of service. NPR's David Schaper reports. Boeing says it's electrical problem yet today says Boeing notified the regulatory agency about the electrical problem late Thursday that it could affect the operation of a backup power unit. Alaska American Southwestern United are among the airlines pulling close to 70 of their 7 37 max planes temporarily out of service to address the problem. It appears to be related to a change in the production process and effects only some recently manufactured 7 37 Max jets. The problem is not related to the M cast flight control system. Which is blamed in part for causing to 7 37 Max crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people.
Airlines pull Boeing Max jets to inspect electrical systems
"Boeing 7 37 Max Airplanes is prompting several carriers to pull dozens of the Jets out of service. NPR's David Schaper reports. Boeing says it's electrical problem yet they A says Boeing notified the regulatory agency about the electrical problem late Thursday that it could affect the operation of a backup power unit. Alaska American Southwestern United are among the airlines pulling close to 70 of their 7 37 max planes temporarily out of service to address the problem. It appears to be related to a change in the production process and effects only some recently manufactured 7 37 Max jets. The problem is not related to the M cast flight control system. Which is blamed in part for causing to 7 37 Max crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people. David Schaper.
Airlines Pull Boeing Max Jets to Inspect Electrical Systems
"Dozens of 7 37 Max jets in the U. S air being grounded again after Boeing reveal they could have an electrical problem. The maker of the max planes says it's informed 16 customers, including airlines, such a Southwest America, United and Alaska. Transportation Secretary People to Judge Address the latest development at the White House briefing today. We need to make sure that they are. There's full confidence before these specific aircraft returned to the air, and that's what the FAA will be closely monitoring Max Chance worldwide were previously granted for 20 months after two deadly crashes blamed in part on computer software
Boeing grounds some 737 Max aircraft over electrical issue
"Troubles for Boeing. The 7 37 Max has another potential issue leading to some planes being grounded here in the U. S. United, American, Southwest and Alaska Airlines are now parking their Boeing 7 37 max aircraft so they could be inspected for a possible electrical grounding issue. We have fixes her needed Boeing indicates they could be done quickly. This is totally unrelated to the previous automation system issue linked to two deadly crashes and had the plane's grounded for close to two years. He sees Alex Stone,
He said, Xi said: America-China ructions
"Japan's prime minister suge yoshi. He visits the white house this week. One subject will dominate discussions china. Tensions between america and china have been building last week. America accused chinese officials of committing genocide and crimes against humanity in the province of seen john. The mistreatment of its muslim leaguer minority had already been the basis for internationally coordinated sanctions on chinese officials to which china's swiftly responded with its own sanctions on american officials at all a hostile meeting of the two sides last month. The first under the biden some had hoped the relationship would become less heated and confrontational than had become during donald. Trump's presidency instead. It seems only to be deteriorating. I'd say that the us china have gotten off to a pretty rough start under the administration. Gotti epstein are china affairs editor in their public remarks. Everyone from joe biden himself on down. I've tried to make clear that there's not going to be a new page turned in. Us china relations. They have an overall goal to become the leading country in the world the wealthiest country in the world the most powerful country in the world. It's not going to happen on my watch. We saw that play out last month. In alaska in the first high level face to face talks between the us and china secretary state. Antony blinken opened the meeting with china's top diplomat young by referring to concerns over a number of china's domestic and foreign actions including in xinjiang hong kong taiwan cyber attacks on the united states economic coercion toward our allies industry. Young gave a forceful response by the taylor. One million of winning mcquaid susil cheapen wage all basically told the us who are they to lecture china.
Anchorage man sentenced for falsely marketing goods as made by an Alaska Native
"And anchorage man was sentenced to five years probation. After being found guilty of illegally marketing items he sold as being made by an alaskan native artists came. Nba trip crouse has more on march tenth. The us district judge also sentenced six-year-old lease krenek to pay two thousand five hundred dollars in restitution and surrender more than one hundred twenty five thousand dollars in retail products. According to a joint news. Release from the us. Fish and wildlife service and the indian arts and crafts board skunk was charged with a felony violation of the indian arts and crafts act. The law makes it illegal to fossil market products is native made. Skunk was also charged with a misdemeanor violation of the marine mammal protection. Act according to the release the charges stem from two thousand fifteen whence chronic owned the arctic treasures. Gift shop downtown anchorage. He sold a polar bear skull to an undercover agent of the us fish and wildlife service in violation of the marine mammal protection act in two thousand seventeen undercover agents. Visited skornik store again announced about carvings. Skirt told the agents that an alaskan native artists from point hope made them but the carvings were actually made by s- chronic during his probation chronic will be prohibited from working with animal products. In anchorage on trip
COVID-19 pushed total US deaths beyond 3.3 million last year
"The U. S. death toll hit its highest level ever in twenty twenty with covert nineteen one of the leading causes the centers for disease control and prevention reports some three point three million people died in the U. S. last year this represents a sixteen percent increase in deaths from twenty nineteen CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky says heart disease and cancer with the leading causes of death but covert nineteen was next on the list with approximately three hundred seventy eight thousand corporate nineteen deaths accounting for roughly eleven percent of all deaths in the United States in twenty twenty death rates overall were highest among black people and American Indian and Alaska native people the covert nineteen death rate was highest among Hispanic people I'm Ben Thomas
Inconsistencies in Vaccine Administration Remain As More Americans Get Vaccinated
"Twenty eight point six percent of people in the us have received at least one covid nineteen shot and soon very soon almost all americans will be eligible for their doses but there are still inconsistencies between the states as white house correspondent marine. Groppy tells us it's still unclear why some states are acting faster than others so an increasing number of states are opening up vaccines to the general public which made me wonder why some states are doing that faster than others. I assumed that the states removing. I were those. That are farther along in the share of their residents vaccinated. But that's not necessarily the case Some are like alaska. Which was the first state to make. All adults eligible earlier this month but mississippi which was the second stay continues to rank near the bottom for for vaccination rates not just for all adults but also for senior citizens which is one of the most high priority populations because seniors are have a high risk of not just getting kobe but of serious implications if they do get it and the experts i talked. You said there are different reasons why some states are moving faster than other states. Some governors might be more confident in the increasing amount of vaccines that are coming. There are also demographic differences among states and some states may not be filling vaccination appointments as quickly as other states. That could be because it's harder to make an appointment or to get an appointment into state or it could also be that they're more vaccine hesitancy among their residents and if that that is happening then you wanna make sure to make as many people eligible as possible to get the vaccination numbers up. You don't want these vaccines sitting on the shelf. You don't want ex vaccine appointments going empty. Especially as corona virus cases Seemed to now be rising and also as variants continued to
5 killed in Alaska helicopter crash
"Helicopter crash on an Alaskan glacier over the weekend, Alaska's news source reports 56 year old Peter Keller was the richest man in the Czech Republic with a net worth of 17.5 billion. He was killed in the crash Saturday, along with four others. One person survived and was rushed to a hospital and investigation is ongoing common whose time 11 56 time for life beat how much
'Dedicated' ravens stealing groceries from Alaska Costco
"Costco shoppers and Anchorage, Alaska say they're being blindsided by Ravens who hang out in the parking lot waiting to picket people's packages. The birds are making off with food in the store parking lot, according to shoppers. One man told the Anchorage Daily News that two Ravens struck fast while he was packing his groceries in the car. He told the newspaper he was just 10 steps away when the birds came down and pluck the short rib from the card. When he got home, he noticed one of the birds actually pulled through the packaging of another rib. Lucky for him. He got Costco to take it back and got another one. The Ravens stealing as much a topic of conversation from other people on community Facebook pages, But the manager of the Costco didn't
COVID-19 highlights Alaska Native water and sanitation needs
"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. The pandemic has highlighted. Water and sanitation needs in alaska. Native communities where lack of infrastructure has already had significant health impacts according to a health official alaska. Native tribal health consortium interim president. Valerie davidson testified. Virtually this week before. The senate committee on indian affairs on water infrastructure needs davidson says. Many families in rural communities do not have running water to help prevent the spread of covid nineteen constant hand washing and cleaning davidson says more than forty percent of alaska native homes lack running water. Many communities typically have a washer area building. It's one building that combines water-treatment laundromat twelve and showers at the entire community uses and what that means from a practical perspective is that Those communities hall their water from the washington area in a five gallon clean bucket and we hall are raw sewage from our home in a different five gallon bucket and unfortunately Our communities continued to be unserved simply because of the high construction costs among recommendations davidson. Says they desperately need at least one billion dollars for sanitation construction in future legislation and resources to preserve what infrastructure is already in place. Wisconsin governor. Tony evers has signed off on the ho chunk. Nations plans to build a casino just north of the illinois border danielle creating reports. Federal law gives governors the power to block or approve off reservation casinos. The tribes plans include one of the largest casinos in the state. Along with the convention center indoor waterpark and a three hundred room hotel. The complex is expected to create more than fifteen hundred permanent jobs and more than two thousand construction jobs. Ho chunk nation public relations officer ryan green. Dear says jobs are central focus as many tribal communities. Shut down their casinos for months last year due to cove in nineteen. This is gonna be the cornerstone of the economic recovery from the pandemic. the complex will be built in the city of beloit beloit city council president. Regina dunkin says the project has been a longtime coming and is a game changer. Fully in terms of jobs created shared revenues and increased arisen. The project now faces final approval from the department of interior once approved wisconsin's governor and the whole chunk nation would amend the tribes gaming compact to include revenues from the new casino. I'm daniel catering
Public helps increase Snowbird Fund
"This is national native news. Antonio gonzalez three tribes in alaska are participating in a pilot program to collect data and provide solutions on a community level to missing and murdered indigenous. People katyal brian van wa- spoke with officials about how the new project will change their approach on active and cold cases at the beginning of the year. The us attorney's office for alaska announced that the department of justice would embark on a pilot project to address the missing and murdered indigenous persons epidemic in the state which again tribal council in dealing ham is one of three alaska tribes that volunteered to be part of the project. Each tribe will develop a tribal community response plan tailored to its needs resources and culture. According to a study by the urban indian health institute out of twenty nine states alaska ranks fourth in the number of missing and murdered indigenous women. Tribal administrator courtney cardi says the importance of statistics on a local level often. Native communities are researched by outsiders in the situation. It's very important that especially with such a sensitive topic but our council is able to work with families directly to quantify the issue and demonstrate that ourselves versus having outside organization. Be that for the drive meets with the us attorney's office as part of a forum to increase communication between communities and public officials. Ingrid cumberland's is the emma p. coordinator for the us attorney's office in alaska. She says that a key to reduce mvp cases to establish connections between tribes agencies and to implement solid tribal community response plans. We we really just need to build those relationships and and make sure that everybody is as soon as possible so that we can get working on any incident at the quickest possible moment. Brian schroeder the us attorney for alaska stressed that it is important to establish communication and transparency before crises occur. A large part of what this is is getting all the parties involved all the stakeholders involved to start talking to each other. Now you wanna be able to talk ahead of time and know each other and open those lines of communication to young's plan will serve as a model for hub communities like bethel nome more information about the pilot project can be found by contacting the us attorney's office in alaska and billingham. I'm brian vanua
Meet The 'Glacier Mice'
"So now. You told us that tim. Bartholomeusz was surprised that he came across the glacial moss balls but other researchers had encountered them before right yes. They're rare. I mean they don't grow in just any glacier that seems like conditions have to be just right but researchers have spotted them for decades and they've seen them in several places like in alaska. Iceland spelled barred south america while and you know people who see them are generally pretty fond of them. I mean in the nineteen fifties and icelandic researcher described them in the journal of glaciology and he called them. Yoke lamis or glacier mice. I love that glacier mice. Okay so what do we know about these little fuzz. Balls as you're going there's limited research but we do know they can be composed of different moss species so researchers think they form around you know like a little bit of rock or a clump of dust and they just grow up to be pretty big like six inches across or something. And here's the cool thing these moss balls move around and it turns out they move in a coordinated way almost like a herd. Okay that's amazing. Let's let's take the first part. Because when i think of moss i don't think of movement you know it's pretty static i know. But researchers have speculated in the past that they must be moving because otherwise the bottom of the moss ball would be dead. It wouldn't have living moss but if you pick one up off the glacier and you turn it over and look you can see. There's actually green living moss all around the ball moving around rolling in some way.
What Happened to the Palmer Brothers?
"Charles and lisa palmer had a daughter hannah and three sons chris chucky and michael in nineteen ninety nine the palmer family lived in wa silla alaska a town of approximately ten thousand residents located forty three miles or sixty nine point. Two kilometers northeast of anchorage on june third. Nine hundred ninety nine fifteen old. Michael palmer asked his parents if he could spend the night at his friend's home with a few of his buddies. Instead of sleeping in the friend's house the boys stayed in an outbuilding they referred to as the clubhouse in the wee hours of june fourth. The boys slipped away riding their bicycles to a series of high school. Graduation parties in the area. Michael's friends said michael drink several beers throughout the night but they insisted he acted fine and was not incapacitated by the alcohol. According to other party goers a fight broke out at the last party the boys attended some observers. Said someone hit michael in the head. During a scuffle other partygoers claimed they saw someone beat michael until his face and head were bloody michael's friends claimed michael seemed fine at four. Am when they began the nine mile or fourteen point five kilometer bike ride home from the last party. According to mike's powell's they started together on their bikes but after a while mike fell behind them. They pulled over and waited for mike at the seven. Eleven on the parks highway but when he never arrived the boy said they thought mike must have gone to his own home. The others eventually continued down. The road on their bikes. The boys later told authorities. They last saw michael at the intersection of pittman road and silver drive
After testy meeting, China says will discuss climate with US
"A testy two day meeting between the two nations. Top diplomats. China says it's agreed with the U. S to take up A number of issues soon go to the meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, with marked by acrimonious public exchanges. But Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the two sides did manage to tackle UN expansive agenda. Iran, North Korea on Afghanistan on climate Our interests intersect. The official shouldn't want news agency says China and the U. S. Have decided to set up a working group on climb. It changed and hold talks on consular missions and issues related to each nation's journalists. However, U. S officials say no formal agreements have been reached on resuming any dialogues, war starting new initiatives. And
After testy meeting, China says will discuss climate with US
"After a testy two day meeting between the nation's top diplomats China says it is agreed with the U. S. to take up climate change it a handful of other issues woman's own goal the meeting in anchorage Alaska with mark by acrimonious public exchanges secretary of state Antony Blinken said the two sides did manage to tackle unexplained sieve agenda Arron on North Korea on Afghanistan on climate our interests intersect the official Xinhua news agency says China and the US have decided to set up a working group on climate change and hold talks on consular missions and issues related to each nation's journalists however US officials say no formal agreements have been reached on resuming any dialogues warts starting new initiatives the two countries feuded over journalist visas and consulates during the trump administration the climate change is seen as one area where they may be able to cooperate and Thomas Washington
US, China wrap up testy 1st face-to-face talks under Biden
"A **** of days in Alaska's top US and Chinese diplomats hold their first face to face meeting since president Joe Biden took office the chilly temperatures in anchorage Alaska did little to lower the heat around the table as secretary St Antony Blinken and top Chinese diplomats traded sharp barbs over trade human rights Taiwan China's assertiveness in the South China Sea and the corona virus pandemic it's no surprise that when we raise those issues clearly indirectly thought we got a defensive response Chinese Communist Party foreign affairs chief Yang chi chi demanded the U. S. stop pushing its own version of democracy at a time when the United States has been roiled by its own domestic discontent US China ties have been torn for years the vita ministration hasn't said whether it's ready or willing to back away from the hard line stance I'm timid wire
"alaska" Discussed on CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and Mor?e?
"Out there in can in skagway. I really think your six year old would love the rail. I would do the white pass rail the if you book through your ship. They're going to pick you up right by your ship. The the the tracks actually come right to your ship. It is so cool and lastly in victoria with a six year old i would just get a double decker bus tour for the day and see the city see victoria. It's a gorgeous city. They're going to take you all around the victoria area. And you can probably hop on and hop off if you want great way to see victoria and decide what you wanna do. In very affordable in fact all of the ideas. I've just given you rebecca comparatively. Speaking are pretty darn affordable for alaska. O k. kelly. Were still on excursions guys. Hope you're hanging in there. I told you this was going to be a long one. Kelly said how about the best scenic cruise day trips may be a sample itinerary. Okay kelly gotcha covered so for scenery. Here's what i would do in skagway. We definitely do the white pass rail or the combination of the rail and bus tour to see that area from different vantage point in juneau. I have three ideas for you for a scenic day..
"alaska" Discussed on The Confessionals
"We kind of let it calmed down. I guess it did whatever it was going to do. And then we went and started driving around town messing with our radios and didn't really think much about it after that but having seen that. That's what kind of makes me think it's more not my head. As far as the one in alaska goes well. Yeah so that. I mean at least wow. I would have been terrified. Been terrified how. How big do you think this thing was. When it was running towards us and the field it had a lot of scrub brush and the only time that i was really able to see it was when it was by the backfield by the back fence of the field. Is that the whole property is if you're standing at the gate it's a complete incline like going uphill the whole way up to a up to the back fence of the property so if you're sitting at the workshop you could look and see the back fence but something that's like covering ground. The scr. the brush was tall enough where you would be able to see me walking through the brush. I don't know if that makes sense. Okay well it sounds terrifying and it sounds like you guys were terrified. That's why you read it right away and you know man. It really sounds interesting. Comparing it to your alaskan experience because All right so people other people saw it as well this time around and so you know was the man. It's so hard because you were alaska and nobody saw it except for you and this time a a bunch of people saw it so do you think maybe it could be two different things that you experienced that just ironically or similar. Well as that. I mean that's kind of what. I'm leaning towards now Looking at a lot of the stuff that's happened. I tried but again the past. I've tried connecting all of this stuff. And i don't a lot of it. I don't think there's any connection. I think it's just isolated incidents. But i think i'm more sensitive to things than other people so i might. I don't know if it's more open to it. Maybe pay more attention to the thing. These things but i believe more towards that. I'm more open to seeing it and that's why see things in different places not necessarily that these things are connected so okay so you're more open to seeing these things. I just don't understand why one group of people see it and the other don't you know it's just. It's just very interesting very very interesting. I don't wanna dwell on this though. We have more stuff to get to. And i can just something like this. It doesn't fit our narrative so when we see our brain filters it out so like you could see something right there in front of you. It's like when you're looking for your car keys. You look all over the house head but you end up finding a spot that you've looked at fifteen times just for whatever reason you didn't see it. Yeah so i. I'm trying to follow your your your thought. There was that So you're saying that it's just like more of a Situational kind of thing as to whether people are not more i. I lean more to more along the lines of whether you're whether you're able to accept it. Psychologically or not okay because i think some of this stuff if some people if they were to acknowledge that some of this real i think it might break their psyche. Yeah they're really very narrow minded. They're very focused on. This is the way this world works. There's no chance that anything outside of this is is even possible but like with what with what the scientists are looking at now with the possibilities of parallel dimensions. Are you know. They're saying there are Parallel dimensions i think is where they're at right now but they're trying to figure out ways to look into five years ago. If you said that you'd be a crackpot. Yeah so but. I think that's kind of what it is is if it's outside of what the what you think is normal. A lot of people are not able to accept it. Is your brain operates on a delay as minimal as of a delays. It is there still a delay and your brain fills in gaps when you blink or when you look like when you look from one spot to another really fast. Your brain fills in the gaps with what it thinks should be there so i feel like if you see something. That's not supposed to be there if you're not focused on it you're not going to see like your brain just won't accept that it's there that that doesn't make sense because i know there's a lot of psychological things that go into this that You know our our precursor to the experience. I mean so it really depends on you. Know what the person how the person is set up in this situation as to what they experience Right so you and your wife and your oldest son lived in a house that had some pretty bizarre experiences. You want to go into that. So the house that you're talking about we live there..
"alaska" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"There's no question more people planes and boats disappear in alaska than anywhere else in the united states. Is something strange happening here or is this just a dangerous place with huge mountains. Treacherous glaciers roaring rivers and violent storms. The lincoln native people indigenous to south eastern alaska tell stories about a mythical shape shifting demon named coup staka coup stock roughly translates to land otterman. According to legend this creature appears to travelers in an irresistible form such as a child screaming for help push taka lured his victims to a river where he either tears them to shreds or turns them into another coup staka stories of bigfoot. Like creature or monster called harry. Man also abound in small villages throughout alaska in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties after several villagers from port. Lock alaska on the keanae peninsula. Under mysterious circumstances town folks became convinced. A giant man like creature was preying on the residence. The remaining villagers pack their gear and let the area the houses of the ghost town.
"alaska" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"The mysterious disappearance of the plane carrying house majority leader hale. Boggs and alaska representative nick. Baggage is a story. I covered in detail in an earlier episode this disappearance trails along the southern leg of the so-called triangle in nineteen seventy-two hale. Boggs agreed to help nick baggage campaign for beggars reelection to the house of representatives on the morning of october sixteenth. Nineteen seventy-two bogs baggage. Beg a special assistant russell. Brown and pilot. Don johns departed. Anchorage in a cessna. C three ten aircraft for an estimated three hour. Thirty minute flight to juno and a planned election rally. The weather forecast and wrote was marginal with turbulence low visibility and icing conditions. John's was an experienced pilot but had a reputation as a risk taker. John's called the tower ten minutes after takeoff but neither he nor his passengers were ever heard from again an hour after the cessna c three tend failed to land in juneau and intensive search ensued and lasted thirty nine days. Four hundred aircraft searched for any sign of the down plane but nothing was found then nor sense conspiracy theories swirled around the apparent deaths of boggs and baggage. The most prominent of these suggested j. edgar hoover had a bomb placed on the plane to silence. Boggs who some suspected wanted to reopen the kennedy assassination investigation for proponents of the alaska triangle theory. This is the most famous case to support their beliefs. Alaska has some of the most intimidating terrain andrew geography on the planet huge mountains covered by glaciers pockmark with deep crevasses and canyons descended too heavily forested slopes and these in turn plunged into the north pacific ocean. Couple this daunting landscape with challenging weather conditions. And you can understand how and why small planes disappear in the forty ninth state. Planes started vanishing in alaska as soon as humans began to fly them here. Sometimes hikers find wreckage from down plane decades after it disappeared or a fisherman spot to seek cushion washed onto the shore hinting to the final resting spot of the aircraft other times. Though as in the case of the bogs baggage flight searchers never find a scrap of material or mental and the fate of the plane and its occupants remains.
"alaska" Discussed on 60-Second Science
"Pretty much done because of course, there are a whole new batch of dino rescue toys to you, and for a limited time at target get fifteen percent off the new patrol dino rescue toys with Code Pau fifteen patrol dino rescue, check it out. It's going to be possum. This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science I'm Julia Rosen. Every year salmon come home to Alaska's frigid rivers to mate, lay their eggs and die. The. State Salmon runs are some of the biggest in the world but over the past few decades, those big salmon runs have featured ever smaller. Salmon. Talk to people up there has been fishing for a long time and they're definitely able to tell you that we just don't see those really large old salmon used to see Christa a post doctoral fellow at the University of Alaska Fairbanks oaken colleagues at the University of California Santa Cruz, and elsewhere analyzed records of fish size. Going back to the nineteen fifties they included data on some twelve point, five, million, salmon, each of which had. To be measured by someone from the Alaska Department of fish and game, and there's no question about it. Salmon have shrunk sockeye salmon today are two point one percent shorter than their ancestors chum salmon are two point four percent shorter and Coho or three point three percent shorter Chinook or king salmon showed the greatest declines at eight percent. That's an average difference of more than two inches in length. The study is in the journal Nature Communications. The researchers haven't nailed down the exact reasons behind this trend, but they're analysis suggests that climate change and competition with wild and hatchery raised salmon, both play a role. They also discovered that much of the change in body size is due to fish returning from the ocean at a younger age now than in the past. Oak, says fish could be returning earlier because they're reaching maturity faster for some reason or because the ocean has become a riskier place for older salmon to survive what could be happening is the That otherwise would have returned large old. Just making. Whatever the cause this size shift has massive ramifications for people and the Environment Oak and her team calculated that catching smaller fish may have already slashed the value of Alaska's Commercial Salmon Fisheries by twenty one percent. It's also likely reduced the food available to subsistence fishers, many of whom reliance stores of salmon to get them through the long harsh winter by as much as twenty six percent. On the ecological side, the researchers estimated that smaller fish sixteen percent fewer eggs, which could depress salmon populations in the future and the Salmon Bring Twenty eight percent fewer nutrients into the watersheds were they spun according to the study after they breed and die kirk actually fertilize. Freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems with these marine derived nutrients that are really important and that used by all kinds of animals like bears and songbirds even taking up into trees with no single factor to blame for shrinking salmon there's no fix says, but there are still plenty of fish in the sea they're just smaller than they used to be. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds. Science I'm Julia Roseanne..
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"alaska" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
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"alaska" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
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"alaska" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"It's always third twenty twenty instill in Buffalo Grove by I'd be here about four more days been great. Ben Affleck fucking eating orgy fat lawn alcohol few arguments typical family stuff you've been there. Me I'm GonNa be joined today with my my nephew Joe Fernandez they joe, what's up you guys who heard the pie kiss for three years now joe jumped in few shows probably two years ago. So you know it's funny. Isn't your winning anniversary Tamar the Tuesday toss for at the same Ryan. So you and your mom and dad and Julia you your August fourth is your wedding date is two years ago tomorrow Abba fifty years on. Two years and they're fifty two and I started the Patriots on on your wedding I went up to the hotel and I started either David for a day after either way this is all. Yeah it's very timely this stuff. So while in town, John would have been on the show a lot more but he obviously there's this Chicago and he's a new dad too little eva who's eighteen months, and now see WHO's a couple of months old. So we're having a fucking ball. You can imagine his hands are full obviously as a new dad navy been shift. Literally. The I. I haven't I. Haven't had the pleasure in cc yet if she at the stage where she shifts upper back and it's it's it's like a good. Jackson. pollock pay. Good like night, earth tones, and highest. Brown face round. A little yellowy. Trying to like new art. Nouveau Nouveau. That's I bet. There are a lot of MOMS out there who are not only understand, but you've had your shit explosions which your baby. I remember your brother Jack when he was probably to maybe not even. In the crib your mom I was over I was eleven we left in from it. He was naked she had to get a diaper because he did. As she's getting a diaper, Jackie stood up in the crib and took a shed. We got back to his room. He smeared the shit over the wall the crib. That the the the bedding it was like a like a movie. You gotta turn the he hasn't been the same said return maybe. That's why at least babies I return them listen your baby. Obviously Abe is eighteen months old. Baby goes through stages of bullshit shoot. When she gets over stem stimulated, she screams she acts out for like a minute. Nobile. Razi's to scream at time gate when I'd Walker it was people that I was going to kill the child was mine. What do you do now? When the baby goes? What action? Well, I call when we call wave stupid and Wendy Bendy backstrom off just made up where she does that fucking thing where she spasms. And throws the straight out and you you can't pick her up she's dead rubber legs. Like the opposite of Tom Cruise Mission of positivity. And she does the one on the back and you can't pick her up. It's great. It's great defensively if you ever like if you getting God forbid taken or anything like that, just do that. Movie that movie and taking says you pull the legs Flack your back and you can't. fucking. Business. Hold out any notice. Choose they were. Theory. Yeah I can't isn't it? Funny how now you watch movies about obviously kids getting kidnapped as a killer. But when you now that your father of girls, I never look at movies and worry about Rocco..
"alaska" Discussed on The Book Review
"John Holum joins us now. He's a writer at large for the New York Times magazine and his new book is called. This is chance the shaking of an all American city of voice that held it together. John thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having me so this book. This is chance is a book about a seismic event like our current pandemic except that it was an actual seismic event. Tell us about the earthquake that hit Alaska on March twenty seventh nineteen sixty four. It was Good Friday evening and this was the largest quake that's ever been recorded in. North America is still the second largest one in the world I think even more disturbingly and almost with more experience it lasted for four and a half minutes so is incredibly destructive quake but it was also there. Was this kind of psychic disorientation. That came along with it. Especially in the city of Anchorage which was really Alaska's biggest city by far at that time of just seeing this community that people were still very much in the process of building and inventing just kind of being turned literally upside down in some spots. Was the epicenter in Anchorage proper? No the was. It was close anchorage. It was just east of Anchorage under the sea and so there were a lot of communities that were affected around Alaska. I chose to focus the book on Anchorage because you know like I said it was really a place that was just beginning to get on. Its feet that sort of represented the promise of what Alaska could be felt great pride and itself but also real insecurity. Quake came in a very precarious moment for the community. When it was really just starting to feel like it had something to offer the rest of America and to be struck like this in such a seemingly random and very cruel way I think really affected the self image of the community. I mean Alaska is still kind of a mystery to many of US lower continental Americans. What was it like at the time? The Greater Anchorage area was. It was the city of one hundred thousand people in nineteen sixty four which is almost half of the state's population and really the only community that outside probably would have deigned to even call a city and it had a fourteen storey hotel but that was by far the biggest building. It had kind of an a new upscale neighborhood of kind of modernist homes it had JC PENNEY BUILDING. Which was a really really big deal that some big national American retailer would come build an Alaska and so again it was just really kind of finding its way you know straining to make itself a real place when this earthquake happened and it was it was feeling very insecure about its future because it didn't quite know that after this boom of statehood that it had found any way to sustain itself. It was still this feeling that this place that they were building this arm of society. They decided to build way up. In the corner of the world might be an experiment that just might not work out and then the ground literally shakes underneath them getting at those very fragile new foundations. I mean you. You chose in your book to focus really on the impact that the quake had on the people of Alaska. Why did you decide to approach the story? In that way. The way that I came into the story was through the story of this radio broadcaster. Genie chance who is sort of a part time radio reporter and working mother in Anchorage and who by a quirk of luck but also her own persistence? Wind up being this voice on the air and the three days after the quake that was really able to help the city co here in in a very disorienting dislocating moment bypassing information over the air passing personal messages from people looking for their family members. And once you find a like that. Who's really this node for? People coming together after an event like this. You start to see how all these individual stories of the earthquake. All of these people who are tossed around separately were really kind of joined in a shared experience. You use the Thornton Wilder. Play our town as a kind of framework. Can you explain how you did not why you made that decision? A big threat of the story. Is this Community Theater Group in Anchorage she was doing? Our town was interrupted by the quake that weekend. Think I'd probably read the play in in high school and and you know not proud to admit it but just you know didn't really take it seriously. I just started. Had this impression of it as this hokey simplistic ed piece of Americana. And when I started reading the play again I realized that in some ways it's it's themes are the themes of the story of earthquake to this idea that you know we don't recognize the preciousness or the fragility of our daily lives until we're thrown outside of it till we get some other perspective on it and the other weird thing that happened was is that you know there's this character in the play the stage manager who is standing on stage with the characters and telling you basically how they all die. The future and I realized that because I was spending so much time. Trying to recount the story of these three days but I was doing it from more than half a century later. I had that same kind of omniscience about these characters and it was very painful to watch people in the course of these three days struggling with these issues of life and death knowing that you know in one case month later this fellow would die in a plane crash or this guy was going to have a stroke and you know he was expecting to retire but he but he'd be dead six weeks later more and more. The book became kind of mimicking the structure and the way that our town is narrated which I think took it to some kind of unconventional places. But it really did seem like the way that this story should be told and you the author then become the stage manager. Yeah in a way. It's not you know we don't walk around and daily life knowing the future right but in a weird way this project put me in that position and the stage manager was really the only other person that I'd seen have that same experience. So yeah you know for the most part the book is this sort of intimate retailing about people in the in the real time of those three days after the quake but I do come in in the middle of the book as as a character. Who's just in a in a basement with all of genie? Chances Forty some odd boxes of her life just digging through trying to piece together that that map of her life. Let's talk about Jeannie chance for a moment. One of the people in your book describes chance as the whole women's movement in a nutshell how so well in nineteen sixty four she was really trapped in this predicament of being a woman in broadcasting having real talent and real guts as a reporter and just being mismatched with her with her environment. I mean this was you know. Nine hundred sixty four when the feminine Mystique came out it was. It was a time when you know people in Anchorage. We're not talking about feminism. Right gene was also in a in a very abusive marriage at that time. And what you see is after the quake I think because the quake was a moment where she really was called to take on a level of responsibility society hadn't really trusted her with before and she rose to that occasion she seemed to really have a new understanding of what she was capable of and made some real changes in your life including leaving her husband. She ended up running for and winning a seat in the state legislature where she became this kind of icon of the women's movement as she was described to me by some younger women who really looked up to her passing a lot of progressive legislation and kind of not not taken any gruff from the older conservative men that she was surrounded with. What kind of role did she serve for? The people of Alaska at the radio station K. And before the quake she was just this report around town and her voice was part of the fabric of the city and and so when she came on the air after the quake was was it was really comforting for people to hear a familiar voice. Just even explaining what had happened. You know we just. We just had an earthquake. And here's the buildings that crumbled and here's the streets that you shouldn't be driving on as a woman who is listening to that night put it to me. You know it's a situation where you just literally don't know what happens when people thought it was a nuclear war with the Soviet Union. And so when you're that confused and when you're feeling that isolated from the rest of your community and you don't know what other damage is out there. Anything that you are told is reassuring. This woman said you know information. Itself is a form of comfort in the situation. What are the parallels that you see between that moment in Alaska nine hundred sixty four and our current moment today if anything you what? What the book is about is is that there is a kind of volatility to our lives that we block out on a day-to-day basis. And we don't imagine ourselves as living in this in this world that is so fragile constructed and that and that can change instantaneously in ways that we can't imagine and when I was writing the book that seemed like an idea that would have some resonance you know be with climate change disasters or or just the pace at which our culture seems to be changing and now I think it's undeniable right. It's it's such an obvious truth that I probably didn't have to spend as much time explaining it in production now and I also think that what you're seeing now is also what you saw in the book. Is that some of the book deals with these sociologists who came to Alaska right after the quake like the day after to study how. The community was responding with the expectation. That things would be falling apart and people would be descending into chaos and violence and they found pretty quickly that people were very resourceful and level headed and and we're driven to work together to solve their problems and keep each other safe and I think for the most part. We're seeing that right now as well. Are there particular stories in the book of people in the aftermath? I mean there were fifty two aftershocks. So it wasn't like this kind of came and ended in four minutes. It was an ongoing experience. Perhaps not as extended as today but of disruption and total dislocation their stories that emerged from your research that you think of today as we are suffering from similar feelings of disruption and isolation the foundation sort of literally disappearing beneath our feet. I think it comes back to Jeannie. You know. I think it comes to the idea that even though you know much like today where we're all sort of sealed in our own homes and trying to trying to isolate the earthquake presented kind of forced isolation for people that that you know as one guy. Put it he. He had just been tossed around during the earthquake and found himself at the bottom of a big hole and and said that when he when he crawled the holy looked around and didn't recognize as neighborhood and he said you know you you think. Maybe you're the last man and I think that there was something that that genie and the other broadcasters to working after the quake that they were able to do with their voices just to suggest that. If you're hearing me you know that I'm here and you know that other people are listening to. I'm on the radio and that you could feel these kinds of connections even though you were sealed off from everyone else and even though anchorage was sealed off from the rest of the world that there was still a way to create that feeling of collaboration and that we can communicate we can pass information back and forth and.
"alaska" Discussed on Latino USA
"We recently caught up with Alaska for our how I made it segment, which is about Latino creators and the work they make we interviewed her at this at this institute in New York City, where she told us in her own words, how she came to be Alaska and about the message behind one of her most enduring hits. Came. I name is Olga though Vada, but maybe, you know, me by my other name, which is Alaska I was twelve years old, and I didn't like my name. So I thought that was the name I should have. Gusset comes from lurid song. It's a song called carline says, Lance. It's all of her friends, quote her Alaska. Rhythms goal. When she I'm girl that was there in nineteen sixty nine when the men landed on the moon. I update. I wanted to industry and I wanted to be a veterinarian. But when I was twelve I was already into bowl win all that stuff. What made me aware that I can make I can make abandon I can play music was the Ramones. It was not that I wanted to sing. Because I have a great voice or I wanted to be an actress because I want to be the best actress in the world. No, I want to belong..
"alaska" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"So amazing the whole time once again alaska's overcome with the motion take a small break to recompose recompose the one thing i regret most is licking your face hey did you for that you bit felt like an even rewatching and i'm like just kind of makes me cringe a little because i'm very like especially now and we're like you know in this age of like work incentives like consensus always been important but now it's like in conversation now and i just feel like really gross about it and i apologize for i was just really turned off the you didn't finger me you're gonna leave me high and wet it was like where i come from with drag is like we're we were always just like we were always just go for sure l throw the drink in the audience spit the water and get his dawn and like all of that but i think i've changed and i've like draggers change and like what's permissible and acceptable depends on the context the environment where you're at and who's in the crowd and all that stuff yeah totally you know i still love a whole i love low wild i love a little wild bitch moment in drag you know and but you know yeah like you say you got to have an awareness of with the audience signs up for yeah you know if i remember i am at precinct once i i like jumped off a something with a crucifix in my hand in it broken wax my friend my alley in the in the forehead and she was bleeding damn yeah that was the bummer yeah but you know she's dead now so it's.
"alaska" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"You know 'cause like it was before well when alaska came in we realize oh right alaska was gonna win this one like oh we now we were just coasting cruise what else you felt you told me that you felt some kind of relief like just just myself and also you hit overcome the confidence crisis to deal with season seven huts i can just fly we could just i could just do my best and kinda just like sit back and just bide my time into like an expose all these just sit back and like oh it was i remember when she came in i was like oh god because her monologue was like flawless and really long and like really cool and i was like fucking hell 'cause i walked in flubbed my two lines i completely i was like i didn't come here to slay i came in oh shit did come the i didn't come here to pay i came here to pray for rupaul best friends yeah exactly and i was like i was like so i was like yeah i'm here this is fun is cool and then immediately oh shit fuck and then she came it was the like almost second last maybe or something like that yeah and it was just like okay just came into look so beautiful and she had this trash bag thing on it was like taking on the whole damn room and i i remember immediately admiring her for wearing these giant clunky mount hiking boots okay not only is she prepared she's also smart fucking.
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