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"baylock" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"baylock" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"There is limited to no space on station for additional science and it also helps cut down the amount of time the crew has to move payloads in and out of dragon for cirrus. Twenty three. there are three extended lah payloads launching with the mission and once stocked a fourth which is currently already on. The space station will be added to dragon. You can talk a little bit about the upgrades that have been made to dragon. The first is solar rays typically after separation we wait for sola race to unfurl from dragon this upgraded dragon has been redesigned and the solar rays has its panels built into the trunk section itself providing power during flight and while on board the station. Another upgrade is how we dock before we needed dragon into birth which is where a robotic arm from the international space station reaches out and grabs dragon and we'll attached to the international space station. Now dragging can thomas doc using a centerline camera and lighter which is an acronym for light detection and ranging and so this autonomous docking sequences. What dragon go through. In the short future as it continues to make its way towards the international space. Thanks racing confirmed dragon. Separating on top of the second stage the mission delivered almost two point two tons of cargo to the opening outpost including one thousand and forty six kilograms of scientific experiments. Four hundred eighty kilograms of crew supplies three hundred and thirty eight kilograms of technical way sixty nine kilograms of space walk equipment and twenty four kilograms of specialist brushing hot way the experiments flown aboard. The dragon include equipment to research the effects of microgravity in space radiation on the growth of bone tissue original diagnostics tests to capture images of the retinas of astronauts in order to monitor vision problems which space crews suffer known. The space associated neural oculus syndrome. As also the racks get high robotic dom which is designed to support crew activities in the nanna. Rex bishop baylock. Other experiments will test how the space environment affects the performance durability of materials and components which are being looked at us in future space missions. There's a new study looking at why some plants weren't metabolize specific compounds. Under the stress of micro gravity is also a research too easy drug delivery systems to replace those cumbersome infusion pumps and there's a bunch of experiments by groups of goals scouts involving plant growth and colonization and brine shrimp also abode sierras. Twenty-three rate small keep set satellites which will be released into orbit from the space station and these include the australian research council cova one satellite which is carrying four experimental payloads for the university of sydney..

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"baylock" Discussed on Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast

Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"baylock" Discussed on Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast

"At a strategy that mclaren would sorta keeping an pocket just in case lowest stood managed to get past lander in daniel the bicycling why beckham up and and have to Might life away but difficult form. I think it's tricky to get a handle on where we anyone semaine mclaren every team because the the weekend full matt sir random and we'd aren't really heavy grasp on when that do the yard will win that typically do light. They long runs and that sort of thing as paranormal rice. Weekend is very different. I'm sorry i'm not hundred Shaw with a that sp- you'll peso with it was With a weird daniel ended up was pupae so with the hey was just making sure he was within eyeshot of land are just in case. He needed how what. Lois ages to try and kate mcveigh. 'cause this was the a golden opportunity to make sure that they are able to use clear credit. Get with ferrari considering the mine constructed to target so yet really performance It's yeah. I darn not necessarily suggest that sort of debt that you know for for full rice distance tomorrow. But some of daniel's able to get hit down and just sort of you know kate steady pace like he did today and seek to spatially it was through tints upon land are You're just just Going off of what. I was saying mayans and seek to three a we faster as well So he has got past the. But i daren't with that was because landau was either i distract to below sewell baylock before whether the they were playing some sorta strange strategy just in case lowest advantage to get stop between the two of them interesting. You say that. I mean the i took out from that was that maybe actually the thought we've run soft ties. Maybe even with type two cowboys just backed off a bit. Because we're not gonna lose much and louis. The guys palestinian gets gets us us. Oh oh we can just keep him. Behind the yeah. I think they might be some gang playing that i hadn't considered After that obviously we've got the second the second mercedes and just combative Louis how much couldn't just couldn't really make a dent in london. Once it got to a point six second just wasn't fast enough in a straight line. So that yeah. It was.

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"baylock" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"baylock" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Participation may very limited time. Offer exclusion supply 23. It's time for you to go to work. So let's get you there on the roadways with Lori Grandy and to look at the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Yeah, you've been talking about this son. What is this san you speak of? I look forward to seeing it someday. Right now, we're still dealing with some fog in spots, although it's looking a little bit brighter force out there. We do still have some heavy traffic to get through, though, before the morning is over 93 north and still stuck. Mont Baylock getting onto 1 28 The South downside. Heaviest traffic we're seeing as Roosevelt Circle onto the lever connector. The Tobin Bridge is still tied up. It's still heavy as well. West and through the Ted Williams Tunnel on the expressway. We had that earlier crash South, and that's not been cleared by the Furnace Brook Parkway and things are moving better for us there. North Bank continues to be tied up, especially between the Furnace Brook Parkway and Southampton Street. Let's get a check of the upper end of 1 28. Now with David said, running in the WBZ NewsRadio Road report. All right, thank flurry. I burned her 1 28 south Beyond your on and off the brakes from Salem Street, Linfield down into Woburn, the northbound side of 1 28. You're gonna watch for a minor crash that will be in the breakdown lane and win streak in Woburn. Further North gets sluggish through PBD up again to cut street in Danvers David said Ronnie with the WBZ NewsRadio load report, still dealing with delays in Lynn. This is due to a crash on the Lin Wei just after commercial street. The left and center lanes are blocked Their route to East back continues to be tied up as well, especially between school straight in the conquered rotary s SPAN, Mass. Pike is jam between West Newton and Newton corner. I shouldn't say jammed. It's more like heavy volume. They're savvy again between store or driving a commode overpass. Laurie Grandi WBC's traffic on the three We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the sun. Let's check out what's in store with the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast now and meteorologist Heather's air And while we certainly do still have that dense fog out there in a dense fog advisory is in effect.

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"baylock" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:01 min | 11 months ago

"baylock" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"baylock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"baylock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Millions of Americans could lose their jobless benefits today. As the standoff continues between President Trump in Congress over a covert relief bill Jim Forbes has more. Trump has refused to sign a $2.3 trillion spending package, claiming it didn't do enough to help Americans struggling during the pandemic. At least 12 million people could lose. Unemployment benefits without the package. The bill also provides $1.4 trillion for government funding. The federal government is heading toward a partial shutdown on Tuesday. Unless Congress passes a stopgap funding measure. I'm Jim Forbes. The Christmas Morning explosion in downtown Nashville knocks out of GMs 911 service not only locally but in areas out of state. The exploding recreational vehicle took out service provided through an 18 T switching station. Across the street from where the RV blew up phone and Internet service, including 911 in some areas were knocked out in parts of Middle Tennessee, central Kentucky and northern Alabama. Reference to the damage in Nashville and its effects. That statement yesterday from a TNT says service for some customers in Nashville and surrounding areas may be affected by damage to our facilities from the explosion this morning. An NYPD officer shot responding to 911 calls during a domestic dispute in Brooklyn, New York Thursday, is back home for the holidays. Officer Connor Baylock was released from Jamaica Hospital Christmas Day saved by his bulletproof vest, his father told the Daily News. His son was doing well. Police say the suspect, William Moss, shot the 27 year old officer in the back. Moss is charged with attempted murder and a slew of other felony charges. Huge jackpots are still up for grabs. No one matched all numbers in the mega millions drawing last night, rolling over the jackpot to up to at least $374 million for Tuesday's drawing, and tonight's Powerball jackpot is worth at least $341 million. If someone matches all the numbers and the Powerball the cash value is $262.5 million. I'm Lisa Taylor. Pope Francis is insisting that vaccines for the coronavirus be distributed to everyone. In a Christmas Day address, the pope called the development of vaccines against the virus a light of hope in this dark year. However, he said, it will only remain a light of hope. If it's made available to everyone. F D N y divers rescued a man who jumped into the East River apparently to commit suicide. The daily News reports that happened around 5 P.m. Christmas night. 29 year old man had jumped off the 34th Street ferry dock divers went in and pulled the man out of the water. He was rushed to Bellevue Hospital in critical condition. New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara ties the NFL record for touchdowns in a game. Joel Stern has more wearing a pair of Christmas theme Red and green cleats running back Alvin Kamara, Russia's For six touchdowns. He had the same 50 to 33 went over the visiting Minnesota Vikings. And that ties the record set by Ernie Nevers of the Chicago Cardinals Sit back in 1929. I'm not focus on personal like those and.

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"baylock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"baylock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That'll start to pray to the free throw line with 6 31 to go in the first half, creating a good free throw shooting ball club. Jefferson shoots about 50% from the line. He's nine for 18 coming into the game because these are his first attempts, free throws on the way and no good, long rebound. Taking left through the lane by the Musketeers, Griffin. Those brings it across the timeline for the Musketeers lowers the dribble. What can outside the top of the key across his right side of the floor to Carter gathers himself fires up the shots. An air ball missed. Johnson, with the rebound puts it up. No good rebound taken by the Blue Jays quickly across the time line, left side of the floor drive to the hoop and a finger rolls partially blocked by Carter got a piece of that. Taken off the glass by the musketeer. Xavier transition will slow it down. Cobi Jones. Working behind the screen spins hangs in the air Banks it off the glass after a spin move driving down the right side of the lane. That was about 8 FT. Bank shot Beautiful play there by Kobe took his time. Kiss it off the glass when he was off balance. Avery leads 31 24 5 47 to play in the first half right side of the floor. Three is on the way, and that is good. That was Jones, who made that Jones has been a killer for Creighton. He's got 11 averages seven of their total 27 points. 31 27 Xavier the lead Paul Scruggs Trouble to the left elbow feeds underneath this knocked out of the air off. The bounce is taken away by Zechariah asking Ballack and transition. It's a long threes, and Arrascue took it to the top of the key, tossed it to the trailer. The trailer ballot threw it in the bucket. Xavier leads by 1 31 to 30 Xavier calls a 32nd time out. Show the user of the swings that way were talking about before the game that crate Has ability to score in Bunches there now on a 60 run over the last 26 seconds. And it was number zero. Antoine Jones, who knocked in his second three of the game, and then ballot just through in his first one, so quick time out for Xavier, reset their defense. Try to get Breaking out of their rhythm and get a bucket here. It's one Jones is a transfer from Memphis. He came into the ball game shooting 27% from three point range. That's not to say is Do that for the season. He's certainly not doing it tonight, these two out of 34 to 6 from the field, but two out of three from three point range for a total of 11 point, So he's already four points over his season average. Save your back on before Paul Scruggs walking towards the time line crosses it speeds up a little bit. Xavier starts a weave on their perimeter couple into the ballgame. Now for the Musketeers, Paul's grudge dribbles down the right sideline bounces that across the lane and the score a camera to foul on the play and Griffin scores from the left side. The army was bent Stanley and Stanley gets his first bucket in his Xavier uniforms. Stanley came in with a big reputation off. Of scorn at a high level at Hampton Average 22 a half two and seven rebounds, and he makes the free throw. So give me three point play. Savior leads 34 to 35 03 to go in the first half Second round's key with the basketball picked up by Paul Scruggs High on the right point ball of the left hand backing away from the three point line. Now he feeds into the high post. Not by Bishop hands it off the Jefferson, working behind the screen, drives it down the left sideline changes. Directions. Travels under the free throw line rises up for a plate of stayed away 14 footer, and that is nothing but that that's a nice place by Jefferson was good defense, Joe just That's what great does they make shots two point lead for the Musketeers. 34 32 4 30 to play in the first half Scruggs a diagonal pass into the corner, Johnson has to leap to catch it brings it down under some pressure. How to Stanley. Give it up the Paul Scruggs. He's double team. Jason Carter Carter drives it to the free throw line. Are running bank shot in the air too hard off the iron. No good rebound taken by O'Connell, Not against Zach around ski. He drives into the paint kicks it back outside the Baylock back toe O'Connell. He's open for three fires that no good rebound taken by Carter. The Musketeers and Scrubs old slow it down within walking towards the timeline with 3 57 to go in the first half Xavier leading by 2 34 to 32 Stanley with the ball. Point right point negation. Carter left hand dribble around the top of the key hands up to Paul Scruggs being how that outside by second row skis struck spends his way the lane fades away in a 10 footer. It's an air ball. Picked off. Creighton Blue Jays After Ziggurat ski. He drives a length throws up a scoop shot No good, but the follow up is good, and we're tied at 34. Zeca roused. He got all the way to the bucket drew two defenders and then great. Was there on the offensive rebound, all tied up with 3 12. Was tie the ball game. 3 17 to go three points away from a Johnson in and out. No good rebounds struggle for knocked out of bounds. It'll stay with the Musketeers is timeouts called 3. 13 to go 34 for the Musketeers 34 for the crate in Blue Jays. This is save your basketball. Familiar field. I am Jay College on 700 wlw..

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"baylock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"baylock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Right there on the floor. Yeah, they are ziggurat ski. He is. He's like I need Energizer Bunny. I mean, he is He never stops He's got, uh An unending dribble. I mean, he will continue to probe and continue to test you on the corners and try toe turn up. Turn the corner against you puts a lot of pressure on you as a defensive player. A lot of pressure from the officials because there's so much contact he he runs the contact and he understands angles and He's a tremendous player, Joe and again that he's the leading scorer in returning Leni's corn. The Big East averages. 16 points a game last year's averaging 14 this year and five assists that ship it 67 will jump against Fremantle at 69. The officials bounce the ball a few times walking between them. On the ball is tossed in the first possession belonged to the Great Blue Jay. Bring it across the timeline Ziggurat ski dress over to the left point between the leg journalist which is the ball to his right hand. Now top of the key Jefferson with it picked up by Cobi Jones. Jefferson drives down to the baseline, shoots his shots partially blocked picked out of the air by the Musketeers. Scrubs will bring it across the timeline. Left side of the floor. Dribbles of the right elbow, picks it outside Cobi Jones Open for three. Let's to fly No good Jefferson with the rebound for the great Blue Jays, they bring it quickly across the timeline. Cobi Jones was not didn't hesitate. He just let it go. It's a good shot. He needs to continue to take that into the corner. Ballot with it takes it to the top of the key throws a deep into the right corner. Three is on the way and it is good and that is Jefferson deep into the corner on the left side hits the three for the first score of the ballgames. Bring it up Crate. Blue Jays 1914 to play in the first half Cobi Jones working on the left side of the floor. Carter coming at the set a screen, But Jones gets rid of the ball before that conform up right side of the floor at the Jones back outside. The three pointer is on the way from the Johnson and we're tied at three Egypt or a nice pump fake It's a nice save by Zach Freeman. Oh, good to see Nate Johnson get his first three pointer to go down the drive down the lane kickback upside debate. Lock into the corner. Three is on the way. It is no good that was taken by Bishop rebound, taking left to the bucket. Jason Carter for the Musketeers. Crunch brings it Across the timeline, switches the ball left hand to spend move feeds inside the Carter one dribble, Reverse layup, bouncing on the river and through the strings. Good for two Xavier, his jumped on top by 2523 18 21 to play. One of the first half. What a beautiful pass by Paul Scruggs. Joe. He threw two defenders and just dropped it over his shoulder. Jason Carter was able to finish the reverse layup. They bring a man to man defense. Paul Scruggs, forcing Zechariah ask you to give the ball up. Baylock has the top of the key. Back the Mahoney elbow jumper on the way. No good rebound taking by the Musketeers freshman Cobi Jones. He brings it across the timeline right side of the floor, which is the ball with left hand throws it to the right wing. Fremantle within 10 ft. From the basket, spins baseline, pushes up a hook shot rolls across the river and falls off. No good rebound, taking it tossed after adding around ski, and he tries to penetrate. Put a double team that's good defense job by Jason Carter there Carter did a good job keeping. He was moving his feet. Cobi Jones. He got by Cobi Jones and Kobe kind of let him go by and smack the ball from behind. That caused the first turnover by Creighton Musketeers with the ball with two point lead, 17 30 to play.

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"baylock" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"baylock" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"And. He's definitely not using his child to get ahead in life whether that needs right allowing someone to rape his child so they can have car help. Or using using his child as A. As a minister. Money. If you haven't seen the HBO Mini Series Revival Perry Mason. TOUCHY ON A. His character in that series has been through some sheet has a horrible horrible mother that essentially pimped her out to this dude for gas who is played brilliantly as usual by the greatly Taylor right. She's not a good person. Character. I'm sure Lili. Taylor is probably a wonderful person really take phenomenal. But her character is a horrible. So yeah. Yeah she's horrible. Yes. So and like I said Lili Taylor is. Unbelievably fabulous as usual so. He's not doing anything like that. So you really do believe that he actually believes what he's talked about. Again because. In our culture can be religious up to a point and then when you cross that line, you have leftover it. This is one of those moments where he's left lease leftover. Anchoring much, and as a result, he's been locked up as a result races institution. So Kevin ends up getting abducted by Owen strange looking. and. His Kim's mother recognizes the man's descriptions as Owen Jarvis, who did some yard work for the family in the past So. Owing claims to be Kevin's. Guardian. Angel. Which is probably why he came to them to do guard working exactly. So so obviously own showing up a little bit under false pretenses like he's like the heavenly version of Mrs. Baylock. In the omen. Little One I am here to protect. That's a great reference, but that's his character. He's the he's the heavenly Mrs Baylock. Yeah Yeah. Yeah hopefully No Hell Hounds maybe heaven hounds I guess. But yeah. What would it? Be With pugs. pugs. I like to think a Beagle, but let me just me. Well. I like pickles. And snoopy. Yeah he's pretty great. That's probably why like beagles because of watching so much Charlie Brown. Intimate specials as a kid. all right peanuts, animated specials. So as when Molin scully show up a Kevin's house Kevin mysteriously disappears..

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"baylock" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"baylock" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Five six thousand. Six hundred ninety two point one FM. What we're talking about is the social engineering. I'm gonna go back to Edmund, and then I'll have more Bill. Hang on. We'll get to you and then walk them to the Ferguson show. Thank you. Thank you just wanted to say back. One caveman were walked, you're not like in your day when the dinosaurs off your. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Basic training. I know you don't even forget their names, but I had Baylock staff sergeant skull and sergeant Proctor. You never forget them. I have no. Starting to. Vietnam, combat, sir. To, I don't think I could have any more respect for either one of them than anybody on earth. Because they, they made me the man I am. Understand that when you're in the military euro green. Yeah, everybody's green exactly. And that, that's pretty much all I wanted to say tonight and. Show better that. Nice talking to you. Thank you. Ladies next. Caller. I want to tell you about the social engineering. It would never Kerr to those of you that liberals. That social engineering is the issue, it would never Kerr to you or them. There actually might be some of us myself included. This still believe in the traditional teaching of the bible, that's me. May not be you. But that's me, some of actually still believe in the truth biologicals science of a male and female sex. Now, I know it smug arrogance. Doer being sect Omonia that ado, left displays and pushes their agenda. Well, the let me go to the phones bail. You're on the radio. Go ahead, Bill. Andrew I'm doing good. You're talking about this social engineering. Yes, sir. And I really think into people are not. Okay. They know the difference between the conservative party in the socialist democratic okay? So why do they believe what these socialists, Democrats say when they start rolling roll just because they don't do it, and they don't mean it. Well they keep saying they keep embracing it. Yes, I keep saying, but they don't mean what they're saying Andrew, why people are just people just too stupid to see that are some of them. It's a smug arrogance on the part of some of the gay folks in picking on them. Baseball teams now. The dodgers in some of the other ones are helping having LGBT night at the ballpark. It's no different than free hugged hot dog night. You've baseball day scout day. Oh, Thomas day. They embrace this and it's considered the no-one hail. No, it's not the norm Andrew for them. It might be the norm for me. It's not okay. Go along with it and not going to go along with, that was sport, if they want to do it. Go ahead and do it. They do. I don't care, you know, you you're not going to get knee cross ways on Canada. Just go ahead and do it. It's not in my face. Okay. I mean I just can't stand these stupid people vote for socialist democrat while they do their surprise that they that you give when you get a Solta democrat in office, you get. Home foreclosures jobs, leading this country. Restrictions put on businesses and high unemployment in foreclosures in a high unemployment, and then they deserve what they get. To realize it. And that's what they are. I don't disagree, you make some very good points. But they they're out there campaigning. And you've got Elizabeth Warren. You got Kristen gillibrand get all these folks trying to be president. So we'll have see what happens with anybody believe anything. They're saying. But go they cannot tell the truth, and get elected, it people all to realize that they're lying to you. Vote for you're going to get exactly what you deserve and let me give you a little tip going. If we look like we're going to get a socialist democrat, president, you need to do a few things. But he okay like what get you money out of the Bank. Stocks in Bonn. Okay. Everything under the metrics, but they're coming at it. I hear you appreciate your co. Thank you. Nine zero one five three five nine seven three do tend to get the last call in. The duck dodgers have LGBT time. They have a special day for gay folks. But ladies and gentleman, they do not have a day. For questions net. Megan is up Goni internet and look that up you'll see the dodgers in some of these teams do not have a Christian Knight. A Jewish hair tonight. But they do have an L GP night. How about a white people night? They don't have it. How about an American heritage night? Or a night to honor founding fathers, don't want any of those. But I bet you, you see an undocumented alien night before you see a full fathers. I know I'm trying to get you think. It's social engineering, ladies and gentlemen. That's what it is. We have to stop it. Somehow someway, and we can just like I think it was Barbara if we vote if we hold them accountable. We can stop it. But this I see you. In. Every two years, this unacceptable now, politicians cannot do everything they can slap defenders and solve every pothole, but they can work towards it and you the voter can hold them accountable, but you have to be fair and reasonable nine zero one five three five nine seven three two. But right now the way it is that city councilman that county Commissioner or some of these people, you don't hear from them, or you don't see them. Until it's election time. That's only -ceptable ladies and Dylan. I'm not saying show up on the job. Every couple of weeks and drive them praising. But buffet and be reasonable that them know that you're there. That them know that you there, let them know that you monitoring. What did you think? That's the last call. We have if we have time, okay? I guess we don't have time, but this up to you. We have to let them know that they're there. Let's go to Terry Terry. Welcome to the to the Ferguson show. Okay. Is it Terry? Do I have time? Terry. Oh. Oh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. It's Garry Nutt teary. But we will get him on. Ladies and gentlemen. You gotta wake up. You got to wake up. You can change things if you want. Gary. Hello, Gary you on the radio. Hey. Yes, sir. Happy I to honorable soldier. Thank you, sir. That certainly Aetna. My was I wasn't marine. Yes, sir, Semper. Fi. And luckily in nineteen fifty eight arrive after the radio and before mom, okay, I'll sort of four and a half years. So I feel like you know, paid my dues you did you did and far as what you talking about today. The socialist is this I you know, I'm all do is I'm talking about totally all completely and just listening to you. And Rush Limbaugh and everybody, but you get vote though you gotta vote. And you know, that, that's the only way that this country going survive. If someone said before someone gets away to the left. So I sure it's all aware saw over, we're so and I'm not being negative. I'm just being honest about what you think you can you? Can fix change? But what, what would so many Americans myself, we have to realize, if you hold these folks accountable, if you let them know that you're there, they can't do everything they can't feel every pothole, they can't solve every problem, but they can get the major things they can deal with the colleges and universities because they want money. Okay. The colleges and universities want money. They want this. They want that. And right now that telling young people, hey, this is what you do. You can't be Jake one day and come in and be sued the next day that's unacceptable. Well Leon I've been wanting to ask you this question for a while now. I mean, by the way, I wish you could get a program every day on the station. Yes, sir. I do. But I like to know how coming from I African American family luck. You did back in. I guess she was born in fitches was yes, sir. Okay. And you came up in segregation did. And you come from you have brothers and sisters brothers and sisters seven. Okay. Now, I'll take you heard you saw earlier that your, your family doesn't agree with your thinking. No, they don't very liberal. It was college. It was. I can answer your question. Okay. It was college. I've been forty two countries. And when you see how Great America yes, that's one issue. And when you see the freedoms that many of these other countries don't have you realize that you born in the greatest country in the world you do realize. Hold on. Gary come back to we got tickets short break. This is six hundred WR EC two point one FM. If you've got a cell phone, your cell phone is with big mobile eighteen Verizon more than two hundred million dollars is what they have given to more than ten thousand Liberal Democrats running for office. They also given your money Planned Parenthood on a regular basis. And each of those Comey's gave more than ten thousand dollars individually to governor north of Virginia. Who advocated for infanticide killing child outside the womb. 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"baylock" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"baylock" Discussed on KCRW

"Understand what's happening to their jets. Especially in an emergency situation. Just because it gives you more data which really points to sort of a bigger philosophical issue, the high automation and computerization of these planes. A Clint Baylock teaches at Embry riddle aeronautical university in Florida. He's both a pilot and an engineer and he says there's a problem in aviation right now at what he terms data saturation. We can provide a flight crew with so much data and information that we can cognitively overload them and provide them with so much information. But it actually reduces safe. And all of this is the backdrop is Boeing works to get its grounded jets back in the air. That's NPR's. Russell lewis. Thanks so much. Russell you welcome. Florida voters decisively chose last fall to restore the right to vote. Nearly all people convicted of felonies, that's almost one and a half million people in the state now state lawmakers have passed a Bill to limit that. Right. It would block people convicted of felonies from voting unless they had paid back all court ordered fee. Fees fines and restitution the Bill is now before the governor as NPR's Greg Allen reports the amendment approved by sixty five percent of the voters in November restored the right to vote for felons except for those convicted of murder or a felony sex offense, quote after they complete all terms of their sentence, including parole or probation in Florida's legislature. The debate is over what that phrase all terms of their sentence means here's Republican Senator Jeff Brandis a relates to all fines and fees. It was very clear that they intended that this amendment include all things within the four corners of the sentencing document Brandis was the sponsor of a Bill passed last week that sets rules for restoring voting rights to felons. Proponents of the initiative say the legislation is unnecessary the amendment approved by voters they say is self implementing and shouldn't be subjected to interpretation by lawmakers, although fines fees and restitution aren't mentioned in the ballot language in the past some backers of the amendment said they are part of a felon sentence. It's wrong like hold taxes. Were wrong when it came up in Florida's house Representative Geraldine Thompson was one of many Democrats who charged it was an attempt to keep minorities from voting under the old law. More than twenty percent of eligible African American adults in the state were unable to vote. Thompson says it's a familiar story. And it continues Florida's pattern of disenfranchising a significant portion of the population is wrong in Florida's house sponsor, Jamie grant, a Republican took exception to comment suggesting that this was about denying people the right to vote he and many other Republicans including governor Rhonda satis, maintain legislation was always going to be needed to turn the amendment into policy passing the ballot initiative grant says was just the beginning. So this isn't the end of a story about redemption and restoration in second chances, but we also need to remember that the rule of law matters the Bill passed by the legislature allows felons to ask the courts to waive their outstanding fees, fines and restitution or convert them. Them into community service hours. How that process would work though, how much of a burden it would place on the courts hasn't been determined. Which also not clear how many felons have outstanding fines fees and pending. Restitution. It might include half of the state's one point four million felons. That's according to Desmond Meade director of the Florida rights restoration coalition Mead helped with the measure dubbed amendment four on the ballot. He's disappointed with a Bill, but says parts of it for the first time provide hope for returning felons mechanism that there that could help. It's not all of the financial burden on returning citizens. Until we hope about that meet says for now, he's focused on encouraging felons to register to vote, but he and other voting rights advocates are also considering a court challenge. Mica cubic is director of ACLU Florida. They really sad that your ability to vote is dependent upon your ability to pay money, and that is both contrary to that tax in the spirit of amendment four. But also just really hostile to the values that we share as Americans governor to Santa says he plans to sign the Bill given all the questions raised. He believes a court challenge is likely Greg Allen NPR news Miami. This is NPR news. KCRW sponsors include IFC films, presenting nonfiction, starring Juliet Noche, the latest film from alleviate Haas director of personal shopper and clouds of sales Maria nonfiction is a comedy of.

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"baylock" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"baylock" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hi, everybody. Dennis Prager here. Very very nice to be with you. Really nice now that I think of it. I'm in Georgia. You know, my motto plane a week keeps the doctor away. It's not a great motto. It doesn't rhyme. And it's meaningless but other than that. That's my motto. I'm looking I'm going to go back to this piece in the Wall Street Journal about another example of. The hysteria of the great lie. And I'm gonna talk about it tonight. One of the things I'm gonna talk about Britain about it. I consider it the great bible since the blood libel against the Jews. In medieval Europe that Jews killed Christian children for their blood to bake Matzah for Passover, which is coming up, by the way, Friday night. This is one of the less frequent times where Passover and Easter totally coincide. It's really holy weekend for Jews and Christians America was once today Christian society, and you can see the effect of its decline. Part of my subject about the burning of. Of the. Notre Dame cathedral today. Mccollum? Anyway, I'm going to get back to it as I said in a moment. I just want to I was just looking at New York Times column in yesterday's by David Brooks. One of the one of the few non leftist. He's of course, it never Trumper. They don't have any pro-trump there in out of their thirty or so columnists. They don't have one. Who is pro Trump? That's fine. I don't care if their opinion page, they can have communists if they want. But I just want you to understand you. Don't get cross section. That's fine. I'm just noting. It. But anyway, David Brooks who to my great chagrin came out for reparations. I was actually surprised but he has a column. Five lies. Our culture tells people of things with numbers everybody does I do to God was very smart. He gave ten commandments. You know, just didn't give commandments but ten people are. Fascinated by a number anyway hair is here is one of them. Here is the first one he writes career sixty lies people told career success is fulfilling this is the lie. We foist on the young in the ten years. We put the most privileged of them inside a college admissions process that puts chievements status anxiety at the center of their lives. That begins advertising's lifelong mantra if you make it life will be good. Everybody was actually tasted success can tell you. It's not true. I remember when the editor of my first book, call to tell me that it had made the best seller list. It felt like nothing. It was external to me. The truth is success bears. You from the shame. You might experience. If you feel yourself failure. But career success alone does not provide positive piece fulfillment. If you build your life around it. You're embedded will always race out in front of you, whatever you've Ritchie. Leaving you anxious and this maybe I'll talk about that on on Friday. The reason that I I raise it is. Of course, my life long statement. And I wrote a column on that your your son your child goes to Yale. So what column I wrote a few weeks ago based on the scandals of parents bribing officials to get their kids into colleges. It is sickening to see how much parents place on getting their kids into prestigious college. The the meaning of their child's life is deprived. They are deprived of any serious, meaning their meaning is getting into a good college. So what? So what? It's it's phenomenon of our time phenomenon of all time. People don't have their priorities straight. All right. So back to the story here with this guy. He wouldn't show his ID when he went into Columbia Barnard. It's to protect the women, especially after eleven pm. So the police just walked by the police, they sit show us your ID, you wouldn't show his ID, but he was black. And he was trying to show a watch. They'll stop me. But they don't stop white kids. You believe that folks. Do you believe if you don't show you right? The going into Barnard. Your guy and after eleven pm, they don't ask you, right D? Anyway, even says he had the students students said, it's not true. Doesn't matter though. Listen to this ready. This is what is so amazing. After the confrontation, Mr McMahon told security officer. I didn't know I'm supposed to show my ID, but he later admitted to the Columbia daily spectator. Then he knew the rule in places twenty thirteen chose not to follow it because it isn't often enforced for white students. Claim other Columbia students dispute when I tested it Saturday night. This all the author of this rights. I was refused. Entry. He's obviously a white guy. Barnard communications chief Rochelle Ritchie tells me that after eleven pm, quote, our public safety. Officers are required to ask students to show their ID as they enter through the gates yet. The administration has thrown at security staff under the bus after quote listening sessions unquote with students on Friday Barnard announced coat the public safety officers involved as well as the public safety supervisor have been placed on ministry. Active leave pending an investigation the deans of Columbia's undergraduate colleges excluding Barnard sent out a letter implying. The incident was racial quote. The more recent climate of racism and inflammatory rhetoric in both the country and the world at large continues to demonstrate a rising trend that targets marginalized populations. We are disturbed that such incidents continue to occur. So close to home and sharing the hurt and pain many of you may be feeling sickening. Sickening Barnard president sh SA AM. I dunno. It's pronounced, Sean. Seeing Leah Baylock announced Sunday, quote, a thorough review of how all public safety officers and supervisors are trained the confrontation puts into stark relief. What some members of the Barnard college community, particularly people of color have been. Saying about their relationship with the office of public safety and the lack of trust they have to keep people to keep them safe. They should all resign. No security companies should work at Barnard, but people have no girth, but listen, courage, if they were courage on earth. The world would be a very good place. But.

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"baylock" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"baylock" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Slash NPR and the listeners and members of day. Lots of sunshine in the forecast for the weekend after some morning fog bay area, high sixties to the low seventies today. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon tale of two IPO's. Now one a company that's producing a conic product for nearly a century and a half the other a service provider. That's just been losing more and more money every year, but it's just cashed in. How's that possible? And peers Jim zarroli joins us from New York. Jim thanks so much for being with us. You're welcome. Hi, scott. The this week the ridesharing company lifts started trading on NASDAQ its initial public offering did very well. Indeed. Even though it's the number to ride sharing app after Uber and all it's done for years just lose money. So it was a wise. Wall Street so eager to throw money at them. Yeah. It did do well lift lift was able to price its shares at seventy two dollars each which was five or ten dollars higher than it was supposed to start at and then it rose to little more than seventy eight dollars by the end of trading yesterday. And the reason is it's in demand is just the trader c- a lot of potential. I mean, the ride hailing business didn't even exist a decade ago. And now, it's just growing enormously. It is changing people's lives, especially in big cities. And. Some estimates are that it will grow fourfold by the end of the next decade lift maybe number two right now. But it's it's share of the market is growing. So traders just look at lift as a company with a lot of promise. And that is what matters on Wall Street, should should we pause to think about the dot com. Bubble which didn't turn out. So well is there? There is a danger that lift could wind up being adult isn't there? Yeah. I mean, there's always that danger there. There are lots of reasons to be really cautious about investing in a company like lift for one thing it lost nine hundred and eleven million dollars last year. And that was a lot more than the year before. Now. Now, I should say that is not unusual for tech companies. They need to spend a lot in the early days. So they can make money down the roads. So lift is is investing in drivers in marketing and equipment. But still there are there are a lot of red flags about the future of a company like lifting both Uber and lift lifter facing a lot of pressure to pay their drivers more. So so whether it will be profitable is anybody's guess, the other company want to talk about right now is Levi Strauss, they went public earlier this month. One of the oldest brand names in America. Warren all over the world. I've got him on now along with millions of other people today, what took them so long to go public. Well, it what Levi Strauss. Was publicly traded get beginning in nineteen seventy one. And then in hundred eighty five it was taken private again. It's had a lot of ups and downs over the years. It had a big hit with dockers, for instance, in the nineties, then it faded as it were. Now, it's got a new CEO charlesbourg the company's profitable. And there's some optimism about it. But not nearly as much as there is with left. So here's what I don't understand lift is basically an app that links riders and drivers it produces nothing. And I use it a lot Levi, Strauss producers and identifiable product Warren all over the world. I don't understand whether so much enthusiasm for an app that hasn't produced a prophet, but not as much in iconic company that's been around for more than a century. Yeah. It is. It's a paradox. I mean, these two companies are about as as different as they can be you know, lift is six years old Levi Strauss dates back to just before. Minnesota became a state lift loses. Money Levi, Strauss is profitable. Now. When Wall Street looks at Levi Strauss it-it's accompany with some potential, but it is in retail, which is a really just brutally tough competitive business right now. So there's some room to grow. But it is limited. It is nothing like the potential there is with lift I mean lift is a risky stock by if it succeeds it just has huge upside potential. I mean. Traders on Wall Street go to bed at night. Dreaming of getting some big transformational stock like like an Amazon or an apple and a lot of traders are betting that lift could be one of those NPR Jim zarroli. Thanks. You're welcome. Investigators may be getting closer to understanding what went wrong and the crashes of two Boeing seven thirty-seven max jets tension is focused on a stall system called 'em Cass and this week Boeing laid out a proposed fix for that software. NPR's Kameda Domanski has more. Even though we do not have final reports on the crashes of the lion. Air jet knocked Tober or the airlines flight this month evidence. So far has brought attention to 'em Cass good maneuvering characteristics augmentation system is what it's called Anthony brick houses and professor and inexperienced crash investigator. He explains the system only kicks in if the plane's about to stall to prevent a disaster. But it looks. Like in the lion air accident. There was something going on with angle of attack indicator or censor that actually feeds information to the computer and based on the bad data the computer sent the plane down toward the ground. There are signs. The airlines plane may have gone down under similar circumstances. This week Boeing unveiled fixes for the software. The company has been working on them for months since before the second crash in cast used to rely on one data input. Now, it will take to modern airplanes rely on a lot of automation to fly and experts agree that's made them safer, but Boeing can't just make the software better. It also has to grapple with human behavior. They cannot assume that the automation is never going to fail because we know from experience that automation fails anything man made fails Clint bay log is a professor of 'aeronautics. He's a former test pilot who now researches the human factors of flying. You have to look ahead to how they can fail. And you have to look ahead giving the pilots tools they need to maintain safe control of the aircraft when they do fail. In fact, the 737 max had a system to allow the pilots to take control away from the software, but at least in the lion air crash. Investigators say the pilots didn't use it impasse. His new added for the seven thirty seven max, it was added to correct for how bigger engines changed the plane's center of gravity. The because the system didn't change how the plane handles and pilots could override it with existing procedures. It wasn't mentioned in trainings are handbooks. Some pilots were upset to discover they were not told about the system and senators pushed the Federal Aviation Administration on this in a hearing on Wednesday. Here's Senator Ted Cruz of Texas as a passenger. I would certainly find it troubling. If the captain is describing the training manual as quote, inadequate and almost criminally insufficient. So part of Boeing's fix is about putting power back in. Pilots hands with an easier way to override the system and more training. Historically, Baylock says humans taking control has been a big part of Boeing's approached automation. Boeing has a human Centric automation philosophy in which in most cases, the pilot is the ultimate decision maker, so making automation easier to overrule is not an unusual step for Boeing if anything it's a return to form Boeing says it's working closely with customers and regulators on software and training updates bowling circle on the hook to convince the FAA the.

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"baylock" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"baylock" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"In a true emergency. The Collin county city of Anna is preparing for growth and a mayor. Nate pike says trends and statistics show that rapid growth is headed north into the city that sits close to the Colin Grayson county line. We know it's coming. We are. Experiencing it currently. And it's something we can't avoid. So what we can do as plan for that managed growth right now. And make sure that we have the tools in place to welcome a growth environment. Pike says close to fourteen thousand people currently live in Anna ten years ago that number was near eight thousand Clayton Neville, KLIF news. I'm just now. Looking at this story that's coming up on how to reduce global warming. This is ridiculous. Well, I said it was ambitious. It's a little wackadoo. You have to give credit for creativity. How is this even possible? We'll all learn together. And okay a couple of minutes. Also this morning. If Jimmy Carter wakes up, he will be the longest living president in history. I'm sure he will. Well, I think he's probably got a pretty good shot at saying. Well, you technically speaking and the other thing is that you're in second place in our brackets. Actually, I'm tied with a number of people in second place yesterday as you and I were tied for first for awhile for awhile until they played games. And RIP Syracuse this morning. Yes. See, I I I put Syracuse as a winner against Baylor just out of respect for you. And I knew he now you're blaming me. It's not your fault. It's just you know. It was my decision Baylock graduations to Baylor. Yeah..

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"baylock" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

14:05 min | 3 years ago

"baylock" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. Our guest James Baylock as an award winning photographer whose work explores the relationship between humans and nature. It's a subject that's taken on increased urgency. He believes with growing evidence of the impact of climate change. He was last on our show to talk about climate change and the melting of Arctic glacial ice, which he documented through time lapse photography that led to his project, the extreme ice survey and his film chasing ice. Now. He's featured in a new documentary called the human element which follows him as he documents places and people affected by rising oceans wildfires and air pollution associated with climate change. The film is available for streaming on I tunes and other digital platforms games Baylor is founder of the earth vision institute, and is the author of eight books. He spoke with fresh Air's. Dave Davies will James Bay. Welcome back to fresh air. You want to explain the conceptual framework for this film? What you set out to do? Well, I'm delighted to be here in the story of the film is really based on a very ancient conception of the world, which is that there are these elemental forces that that govern our existence earth, air, fire and water and really one of the breakthrough ideas in science of the last century or two is that humanity is a really powerful force in the world is well, a fifth elements essentially, so that's it. It's that that the film is based around. So in the film, you I address water and the impact of humanity on the water in the planet. And of course. Some may know that mitt several years back, I guess in two thousand five you started the extreme ice project to document the melting of the glaciers you want to just explain what that is. And kind of what it shows us clearly basically starting in two thousand five started the extreme ice survey in it's still live in ongoing in the fields. We just finished our twelfth field season. And in simplest terms were were making a photographic documentation of how the world's glaciers and ice sheets are retreating as a consequence of a warming climate one of the most widely talked about aspects of the project is that we have time lapse cameras bolted to bedrock alongside the Termini or the terminus of various glaciers from Greenland to Alaska to Iceland to Antarctica. And they're clicking away. These cameras every half hour around the clock. As long as it's daylight making record Val. The world is changing and in the course of the past twelve years we've amassed in Arca, roughly a million half pictures, showing the change in the landscape. These images are the real world tangible evidence of climate change in action, you can see it. And and and if if you have the headphones turned on you can hear it, you know, so so the extreme ice survey is evidence it's actual living visual evidence of how the world is changing. Of course, sea levels have been rising, and you go to some places to look at where that's truly affecting people now, including Norfolk Virginia, which is right at sea level and a little island called tanger- up ten year island in Chesapeake Bay what's happening there. There's a straight line connection between melting ice and rising seas. When you take a water that's in its solid form on land. And you melt it it has to go somewhere and that somewhere is the ocean. And of course, the oceans laps up against all of these civilized places. So we're in the midst of having a gigantic change in the boundary conditions between the seas and civilization the Caesar rising, but they're also coming laterally of farther inland. His specially during the big storms. So you see it most acutely on the east coast in Norfolk in on Tange. Island both of which are in lower Chesapeake Bay tanger- is in the process of being completely submerged by the seas. And Norfolk already has a lot of neighborhoods. Very pleasant. Nice. Well, established neighborhoods that are getting overtaken by the high tide in the autumns in during the autumn. Tides known as king tides these front lawns and streets are getting saturated. It's way worse in all of these kinds of places when the storms come in and drive more water in off the ocean. So we're using the Chesapeake Bay story is as an example of conditions that are changing all up and down the east coast. It's most photographic bull in Chesapeake, but it's happening in Miami. It's happening in the Carolinas. It's happening. Is well, obviously in the Mississippi delta, we've all heard a lot about that. And of course, parts of New York City are impacted in a similar fashion again, especially during the big storms like superstorm, sandy. Well, so tell us about coming to tanger- island. This is a community of just a few hundred people and they've gotten some attention before you arrived there. What do you see? And how do you want to tell the story? What you see is charming community almost at sea level, the the houses a hundred or so of them are built on these very slight little ridges of sand that are surrounded by saltwater marshes. And so on the high tides in September October, November sometimes the Semper. When high tides come up twice a day, you watch the ocean coming in right through those marshes into People's Front yards lapping at their doorsteps. It's pretty amazing. And you you just say to yourself my God how long can this go on? I mean, when do you pack up, your your when do you pack up, your gear and move. Similar situations. Apply in places like Charleston, South Carolina, photographed there during a hurricane Matthew a few years ago, and to watch the flooding that those people are subjected to during the storm it just kinda makes your head spin. I just can't understand how people accept that year after year, you have a conversation with the mayor of tanger- goes by the name of euchre, he describes himself as a Waterman has a unique. Accent was interesting to hear that one of the places he takes you is what used to be a graveyard. That's pretty remarkable. What do you say? Yeah. Pretty staggering. There was a there was a graveyard that goes back hundreds of years out on the the edge of the island, and that whole area that used to actually be a a village as well has been washed away over the past hundred years or so and so in the in the film, we. See euchre discovering this old marble tombstone that lays over one of the ancestors of the people who still live on the island. So he picks up the this marble tombstone goes. Oh, man. Okay. Things are changing in most of the graveyard has washed into Chesapeake Bay at this point the tombstones the coffins everything it's gone. And if it he picks up human bone fragments. Yeah. That's that's right. Either human bone fragments that are washed up on the beach. Let's just here. Just a little bit of this. This is the mayor of tanger- speaking about the missing graveyard the graveyard. That's been washed away. When you're walking up here at the site of whether community was it can be depressing. Day. You're still fond bone fragments from the graveyards at eroding and went into the bay. Here's one of the one of the headstones from the graveyard. I actually know a Noah guy down radiologist was. Grandmother. That's from the film, the human element. That features our guest photographer James Bay. Log. You know, you have kids come into the water and you photograph them. And it struck me that they're sort of a symbolic way. They are telling the story that the danger of climate change poses tons a little bit about some of the shots. Yeah. You you you hit the nail on the head. They are meant to be symbols of of the time that were under symbols for all of us stand ins for all of us. So what we see are the children in the portrait's mostly inundated in the in the rising water, and what I mean to say within is that the the world that those children will know when they're fully mature adults in entering their old age will be a very different world than the world that we see today. So the pictures show the water way way up on the kids as a way of kind of startling us. And making us wonder what's going on in the world. We're speaking with photographer James Bay, log his work is featured in the new documentary the human element. We'll talk some more. After a short break. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. And we're speaking with photographer James Bay, log whose work often focuses on the interplay between humans and nature. He's featured in a new documentary about the impact of climate change. It's called the human element. The rising water in tanger- island has been reported on for a while. I think there was a New York Times magazine story about it. I wonder if the residents were at all. Reluctant or a little bit cynical about another film crew or photographer coming in to get their pictures, and then leave them to their fate. I didn't sense cynicism or resistance per se. But I did certainly sense a bit of a schism in the way, they view this this situation. On the one hand you had people saying there's no rising seas. This is all about erosion and on the other hand they'd be talking about rising seas. And we need one hundred million dollar plus handout from the federal government. And then on the other hand there. They're rabid anti-government, folk, you know, they they don't. Unlike the federal government, they don't like taxes, but they want the handout. And then to add yet another on the other hand, one of the the the the the prominent women on the island who we who we see in the film says, you know, we're just one storm away from becoming part of history. It's a it's a it's a shocking knife to the heart. When you hear that in the film? And this is something that struck me about a lot of the interviews, and photographs and film that we see here is people who are suffering terrible effects, and in the case of tanger- island, the possible elimination of their community, and the mayor what he wants his the government to spend a hundred million dollars to create a seawall all the way around the island. And I'm wondering to what extent people do connect this with something global, you know, with policies that are enacted by people they vote into office, and that they need to pay attention to. There is a strange disconnect on a lot of these things. And it's frustrating exasperated for me. You know, I. Title the dots. Together, I see how the pieces fit together. And that's really what this film is about. But we've we find over and over again that if people's ideology conflict with their observed reality around them, they tend to stay with the ideology instead of going. I think we need to throw out the ideology and look at the evidence of our senses in our experience. It's a very strange characteristic of the human mind to do that. Why would you not? Use the evidence of your senses to bear witness to the world around you change, your ideas based on that evidence. So the folks in Tanzania that you spoke to by and large. Art conscious of climate change and advocating. Policies to to to reverse it. They're ideologically opposed to the concept of climate change because they perceive it to be part of some sort of. Cabal to make the government more powerful to have more taxes to whatever. Or it's or it's an idea that comes from pointy headed intellectuals in the cities and..

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"baylock" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:02 min | 3 years ago

"baylock" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Or whatever is that people really want their stories to be told they want you to come as a witness and over and over again there I I've seen for for decades working on hurricanes and volcanoes and floods and all kinds of things the soon NAMI in Indonesia, they want a witness to be there to say here. This is what happened. This is the truth. You spent decades looking at nature and humans relationship with nature as you're finishing this project on wondering how you're thinking has evolved about humans and their place in in the natural order. One of the biggest messages of this film is that we humans are part of nature. That's what you realize when you look at the four elements in the context of humanity. We're not separate from nature. We've been taught for thousands of years that were separate and we're looking in on nature. The I've come to realize and the broader science that's around me has come to realize we are in nature, not disjointed. And so in a way, I would like to think of this film as a coming of age story. I think we should look at the environment not through the lens of dreamy romanticism. And I don't think we should look at the environment through the lens of selfish extraction, both of those kinds of saints. Dreaming. Dreaming us and selfishness are juvenile. And I think the the core issue of humanity for our time at least as as regards the environment. But also as regards, Hugh. Human health, and a lot of other things is that we need to grow out of those old patterns of thinking and grow into a more sophisticated more complex understanding of what we are in who we are in relationship to nature. James baylock? Thanks so much for speaking. With us. My pleasure. Thank you. James Bela work is the subject of the new climate change documentary the human element. The film is now available for streaming on I tunes Amazon prime Google play and other digital platforms. He spoke with fresh Air's Dave Davies who is also WHYY's senior reporter tomorrow on fresh air. My guest will be New York Times reporting Michael Schmidt, whose broken several major stories about the Muller investigation and connections between Trump his associates and Russia. Schmidt was one of the times reporters who last month broke the story that after Komi was fired the FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation into whether President Trump was secretly working on behalf of Russia and posed a threat to America's national security. Schmidt also broke the story about Hillary Clinton's exclusive use of a private E mail server while she was secretary of state. We'll talk about his reporting and the impact it's had. I hope you'll join us. I'm Terry gross..

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"baylock" Discussed on KQED Radio

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13:16 min | 3 years ago

"baylock" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Terry gross. Our guest James Baylock as an award winning photographer whose work explores the relationship between humans and nature. It's a subject that's taken on increased urgency. He believes with growing evidence of the impact of climate change. He was last on our show to talk about climate change and the melting of Arctic glacial ice, which he documented through time lapse photography that led to his project, the extreme ice survey and his film chasing ice. Now. He's featured in a new documentary called the human element which follows him as he documents places and people affected by rising oceans wildfires and air pollution associated with climate change. The film is available for streaming on itunes and other digital platforms games Baylor is founder of the earth vision institute, and is the author of eight books. He spoke with fresh Air's Dave Davies, James Bay. Log welcome back. Fresh air. You want to explain the conceptual framework for this film? What you set out to do while? I'm delighted to be here in the story of the film is really based on a very ancient conception of the world, which is that there are these elemental forces that that govern our existence earth, air, fire and water and really one of the breakthrough ideas in science of the last century or two is that humanity is a really powerful force in the world is well, a fifth elements essentially, so that's it. It's that the film is based around. So in the film, you I address water and the impact of humanity on the water on the planet. And of course. Some may know that several years back, I guess in two thousand five you started the extreme ice project to document the melting of the glaciers you want to just explain what that is. And kind of what it shows us clearly basically starting in two thousand five started the extreme ice survey in it's still live in ongoing in the fields. We just finished our twelfth field season. And in simplest terms were were making a photographic documentation of how the world's glaciers and ice sheets are retreating as a consequence of a warming climate one of the most widely talked about aspects of the project is that we have time lapse cameras bolted to bedrock alongside the Termini or deterministic of various glaciers from Greenland to Alaska to Iceland Japan Artika in their clicking away. These cameras every half hour around the clock. As long as it's daylight making record Val. The world is changing. And in the course of the past twelve years we've amassed in our cub, roughly a million and a half pictures showing the change in the landscape. These images are the real world tangible evidence of climate change in action, you can see it. And and and if if you have the the headphones turned on you can hear it, you know, so so the extreme my survey is evidence, it's actual living visual evidence of how the world is changing. Of course, sea levels have been rising, and you go to some places to look at where that's truly affecting people now, including Norfolk Virginia, which is right at sea level and a little island called tanger- up ten year island in Chesapeake Bay what's happening there. There is a straight line connection between melting ice and rising seas. When you take a water, that's in it solid form on land in you. Melt it it has to go somewhere and that somewhere is the ocean. And of course, the oceans laps up against all of these civilized places. So we're in the midst of having a gigantic change in the boundary conditions between the seas and civilization the Caesar rising, but they're also coming laterally of farther inland. His specially during the big storms. So you see it most acutely on the east coast in Norfolk in on Tanja island of both of which are in lower Chesapeake Bay tanger- is in the process of being completely submerged by the seas. And Norfolk already has a lot of neighborhoods. Very pleasant. Nice. Well, established neighborhoods that are getting overtaken by the high tide in in the autumns during the autumn tides known as king tides. These front lawns and streets are getting saturated. It's way worse in all of these kinds of places when the storms come in and drive more water in off the ocean. So we're using the Chesapeake Bay story is as an example of conditions that are changing all up and down the east coast. It's most photographic bull in Chesapeake, but it's happening in Miami. That's happening in the Carolinas. It's happening is well, obviously in the Mississippi delta, we've all heard a lot about that. And of course, parts of New York City are impacted in a similar fashion again, especially during the big storms like superstorm, sandy. Well, so tell us about coming to tanger- island. This is a community of Justice you hundred people and they've gotten some attention before you arrive there. What do you see? And how do you want to tell the story? What you see is charming community almost at sea level, the the houses one hundred or so of them are built on these very slight little ridges of sand that are surrounded by saltwater marshes. And so on the high tides in September, October November sometimes December when high tides come up twice a day, you watch the ocean coming in right through those marshes into People's Front yards lapping at their doorsteps. It's pretty amazing. And you you just say to yourself my God how long can this go on? I mean, when do you pack up, your your when do you pack up, your gear and move. Similar situations. Apply in places like Charleston, South Carolina, photographed there during a hurricane Matthew a few years ago, and to watch the flooding that those people are subjected to during the storm it just kinda makes your head spin. I just can't understand how people accept that year after year, you have a conversation with the mayor of tanger- goes by the name of euchre, he describes himself as a Waterman has a unique. Accent was interesting to hear that one of the places he takes you is what used to be a graveyard. That's pretty remarkable. What are you say? Yeah, pretty staggering. There was a there was a graveyard that goes back hundreds of years out on the edge of the island, and that whole area that used to actually be a village as well has been washed away over the past hundred years or so and so in the in the film, we see. See euchre discovering this old marble tombstone that lays over one of the ancestors of the people who still live on the island so picks up his marble tombstone goes. Oh, man. Okay. Things are changing in most of the graveyard has washed into Chesapeake Bay at this point the tombstones the coffins everything it's gone. He picks up human bone fragments. Yeah. That's that's right. Either human bone fragments that are washed up on the beach. Let's just here. Just a little bit of this. This is the mayor of tanger- speaking about the missing graveyard graveyard. It's been washed away. When you're walking up here at the site of whether community was a QB depression. Did you say you're Stefan down from the graveyards road in and went into the bay? Here's one of the wanted to headstones from the graveyard. I actually know a golly on y'all. And this was. Grandmother. That's from the film, the human element. That features our guest for Taga for James Bay. Log. You you have kids come into the water and photograph them. And it struck me that they're sort of a symbolic way. They are telling the story that the danger of climate change poses toes a little bit about some of these shots. Yeah. You you you hit the nail on the head. They are meant to be symbols of of the time that were and their symbols for all of us stand ins for all of us. So what we see are the children in the portrait's mostly inundated in the in the rising water, and what I mean to say with head is that the the world that those children will know when they're fully mature adults in entering their old age will be a very different world in the world that we see today. So the pictures show the water way way up on the kids as a way of kind of startling us. And making us wonder what's going on in the world. We're speaking with photographer James Bay, log his work is featured in the new documentary, the human element the rising water in tanger- island has been reported on for a while. I think there was a New York Times magazine story about it. I wonder if the residents were at all. Reluctant or a little bit cynical about another film crew or photographer coming in to get their pictures, and then leave them to their fate. I didn't sense cynicism or resistance per se. But I did certainly sense a bit of a schism in the way, they view this this situation. On the one hand you had people saying there's no rushing sees. This is all about erosion and on the other hand they'd be talking about rising seas. And we need one hundred million dollar plus handout from the federal government. And then on the other hand there. They're rabid anti-government, folk, you know, they they don't. They don't like the federal government. They don't like taxes, but they want the handout and then to add yet another on the other hand, one of the prominent women on the island who we who we see in the film says, you know, we're just one storm away from becoming part of history. It's a it's a it's a shocking, you know, knife to the heart when you hear that in the film, and this is something that struck me about a lot of the interviews, and photographs and film that we see here is people who are suffering terrible effects, and in the case of tanger- island, the possible elimination of their community, and the mayor what he wants is the government to spend a hundred million dollars to create a seawall all the way around the island. And I'm wondering to what extent people do connect this with something global, you know, with policies that are enacted by people they vote into office and that. They need to pay attention to. There is a strange disconnect on a lot of these things. And it's frustrating exasperatingly for me. You know, I. Title the dots. Together, I see how the pieces fit together. And that's really what this film is about. But we've we find over and over again that if people's ideology conflict with their observed reality around them, they tend to stay with the ideology instead of going. I think we need to throw out the ideology and look at the evidence of our senses in our experience. It's a very strange characteristic of the human mind to do that. Why would you not? Use the evidence of your senses to bear witness to the world around you change, your ideas based on that evidence. So the folks tanger- that you spoke to enlarge. Art. Conscious of climate change and advocating policies to to to reverse it. They're ideologically opposed to the concept of climate change because they perceive it to be part of some sort of. Cabal to make the government more powerful to have more taxes to whatever. Or it's or it's an idea that comes from pointy headed intellectuals in the cities and..

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05:41 min | 3 years ago

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"What? What is it? What is it that makes him want to destroy himself? You you've known him longer than anyone else. Tell me what it is. I don't care. Just tell me. I think I've tried through the years to know why the help him. I don't know Esther. I don't know what the answer is. Well, I've got to find the answer. You don't know what it's like to watch somebody you love. Come away by day by day in front of me rides. Stand there. What? I thought it was I thought I was. Love is. Love for him. One of the weird things about this film is the blend of what's true. What's not true? I mean, and this is what I took away from this book is this confusion. And I wonder how you dealt with it. Because one of the things that really struck me was that your dad bought the furniture from the set and used it in your home. So you not only did you go to the cetacea child. You physically grew up on the set of a star is born. I mean, like how do you determine what's real? And what's not real after? You know, so many experiences like that. Well, you know, I was born into a family of show business people. My grandmother owned on my grandfather owned a theater in Grand Rapids. Minnesota and my grandmother used to play the piano for the silent film. So it was always about show business. So I didn't think anything was strange about. How I grew up. I'd sort of like to share with you what Christmas was like in in our house when I was a small child I used to go to sleep at night and in December, and I would wake up and my whole house was decorated because my mother called the set decorators at MGM and said come over and do the house, and then she would call them and say all right take down. Well, that's how I thought you did Christmas one of my favorites. Sequences in all of felt is the born in a trunk sequence. It is a wonder to behold now. Now, I I love this number. I I am also a black man, it is deeply uncomfortable as are couple of other films of your mom's like where she appears in black face, etc. I wonder what you. When viewing the film? Now. What do you think about that part of it? I just realized it was a time and you have to go back through history. And you have to go back and know, what was not considered to be what we would consider today to be unacceptable. It's just what happened. I mean. We know that you can't do that today because it's just not right you injure book with in pretty dramatic fashion. You had your mom reburied from New York to Hollywood forever. I was surprised when I was doing a story to see her her grave there. Tell me why was it important for you to do that. Because I had to wait for legal reasons for basically a lot of people to die. And when my mom passed away in nineteen sixty nine we never had a say of where she was going to be buried because her husband at the time just made an arrangement and that was it. And we had no say, and I always wanted to have her moved to I live in California. I live in Los Angeles. I wanted to be able to go and see her, and I wanted to have a special place and Hollywood forever. Was so wonderful. I went out and I saw and I said this is where she should be. And then they have this fantastic. Whole building called the Judy Garland pavilion where she is in. It's so perfect. And that's what she deserves. Because that's where people wanna come and pay their respects. And that's why had her moved. Lorna left. Thank you. Thank you. Our thanks to guest interviewer scenario Clinton and to learn a left author of a star is born Judy Garland and the film got away tomorrow on fresh air. My guest will be environmental photographer, James Baylock, who has been documenting the places people and animals most affected by rising waters, extreme storms massive wildfires. An air pollution associated with climate change the new documentary the human element follows him to those places. I hope you'll.

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