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"bureau meteorology" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"Kickoff with the story about the lightning the lightning shit. You told me not long ago. This is it like portents in almonds ending on. Who's listening to the Coal Emmy you? This is an amazing coincidence. Something that's a little bit more a true but man. I was sitting in this office in disease accent. Ed is brewing. Like you feel it is something in your body that kind of I duNno. It just becomes aware of the change in like hyper-baric changes in the atmosphere and so me on the window and the clouds side coming down and this is over about five ten minutes that they get green. And that ain't hint screen where you'll have something about to happen and Sydney thunderstorms have a habit of like tuning. It's really easily so I was over a blanket on car on the undercover because otherwise it's going to be insurance client Business for the wrong reasons. And then Sydney win. Still the birds stops Jovan. Which is Obviously Jesse. Was much quiet moment and then boom like the the mother of Boll lightning strikes undeclared. And you know as a kid whoever it was they told you about these things you would look for the lightning flash and then you account seconds Until you heard the Sunda ms how coach will fire way. That storm was this was like it was right there at the same time the flash and bolts and I ran into the window and everybody did to this kind of like a bill. Rose place the office of everybody knows the facing each other Hit Out of the window. Holy Shit that was crazy and I myself someone's has just got beat them live. Takes Me Jess? She takes me about five minutes later. She's like Holy Shit that thing he out hats and so sure enough. You can look up on the bureau meteorology like a lightning strike map and sure enough right dead center on a s and blew half about asa and some from like a potent in the state of were definitely looking for the listening holding. That wasn't long ago right. That's just it was less than a month ago or something like that. Yeah I would say like six weeks ago yeah in so electrocutions coming into rewire off of the house inside the electrical equipment. You microwave you fridges you man. There's a lot going on in the world right now isn't there. I'm or there's a lot of not going I mean I guess it's a paradox. There's a lot happening in and there's also more than there's less happening now I guess than in a long time Right before we rolled the record button we were just talking about. What kind of checking in about What's happening personally during these times and and I was about to say something I wanted to record. I wanted to kind of kick start here and what I was GONNA say. Is that It's about I guess two or three weeks. Now since we've been on this Really slowed down pace and Besides all of the professional life being upended and turned over and switched I think the the greatest benefit that I have 'em landing on So just I'm just GonNa do a quick bio of you for you and then you can fill it in as we go but Fill is is a colleague and a friend who has Been part of the everyman community and I've done some work with him and for him Across the ocean and here the side of the ocean as an fill is a what titled what Title Do you. I mean you're you're a speaker. That's your Gig. But you do way more than that. You consult for organizations on leadership is that is that what you said you say. It's a tough one to answer Because people always want to put labels on these types of things and the reason why labels so useful to people is because people violates rights as men First and foremost as men secondly as practitioners answer for people in crisis like those labels or something that I really really tried to resist. But because the labels the oxygen eventually and and they eventually sat defining who using you saw God forbid that we allow any kind of like marketplace label to define. How is showing up in LAS. But that doesn't excuse the fact that somebody's GonNa call this something so yeah. I think you would describe it as an executive coach. Also as a speaker and consultant. You put all of that in the mix and I just label it out public educator. It's a bit of a mixture all reading a bunch of stuff riding a bunch of stuff and talking about a bunch of stuff. Now the budget stuff that I watch seeking Evatt told him to able on and asking questions about is. How would you showing up in laugh? And how has the ability to believe themselves? Eva Given the opportunity caused them forfeit. Riots to lead on people. Answer this connection between personally ship personal mastery doing the work what you and I were doing the work and your ability to show up in a really powerful impact away attain I mean that's undeniable. That something that you and I get an for for Benjamin on listening in on conversation today they would see that as a no brainer as well but I think in the workplace For the longest time very definitely as a bad habit of the last twenty or thirty years people have mistaken skill or experience or knowledge as the thing that entitles them to lead others But excuse my language There's a whole winter. Skillful bags within organizations that on effectively leading. So really what we do. We help people leave well But the way that we get them to do that is by leading themselves. I love that one of the tools that that you employ I'm a big fan of his. Is Your Stocktake. Your personal take which is led you describe it. But but to sort of bridge the gap here I feel like that that phrase could be like right. Now we're on a global fucking stock. Take I think right like this is. This is a time of stock-taking. That's what we were talking about before we started here. And so as I take stock of my life In this time what I what is the? What's rising to the top? Is that my family dynamic and my My father being Ability has I've just feel like in three weeks. I've learned a lesson that I can't unlearn. And so as a you know I don't travel as much as you. You're you're you're you're the you're a hyper traveller traveller. I feel like I've been travelling at the capacity higher than I can actually withstand anyway but Some things. I don't know what's going to happen in the future but I tell you what if I If I don't have to travel ever again I think I I mean I'm sure it'll feel different. It'll be dramatic about it but as I take stock here and so I just wanted to lead with that. 'cause 'cause it's it is at that at that confluence of personal and professional that. I think you you really Some of your genius comes to play right. And and I I recognize that in you and See I kind of wanted. Just a law. That shit out there just to start now. That is really humbling. Appreciate it because you know how much value like your voice in my life ends and but there's a bunch of thoughts in that light that all the idea tanking denied their travel. There's idea of like coming back to how he will Leading entails allows him to lead. But like Sop tape is such a simple tool and if if anybody wants coffee by the way I'm sure that they can send a of every man crew Say just send me a copy of Phil stocktake tool really what it is it forty questions and it's the much simple. Sit on questions that you could ever destroyed as a tool full stop but we know this is. It's kind of like possession of tool that makes it useful. It's like actually using tool and questions The best and easiest minimum effective dose tool for increasing self wins because it's just like switching on the lives and for so many people especially when the time they all age by the time they've grown up by the time they've got a job by the time they like out on their own. They know enough stuff they know. Enough to thrive and this is one of the big realizations for most people is that this probably An ogre estimation of the value of knowledge in their life. Now this is not anti knowledge. This is not anti information because like I'm a teacher like a a teach the growth mindset like this is what I exists for. But I do know that if you don't do anything with what you know you fooling yourself to saint that you actually really possess that knowledge is the difference between knowledge and application People SPEND THEIR. Tyler is learning you things acquiring beat new trump's knowledge and they just leave it there on the table and think in a very real way he will fall in for this kind of like. Berry symbol saying what say that knowledge is. Palo have found it. It's knowledge is power. Knowledge is attention but application is how and sometimes usually what we need to do is just kinda slow down enough in. This is what you're teaching to slow. Down to check in with Hellas. You Might WanNa do and I think about like myself. Take tool just as like a an opportunity for people to slow down a bunch of questions like I think about going to hotels. So for instance I spent a lot of time. Japa- it's something like a thousand knights of the last ten years a lot as a lot of hotels and I'm very passionate really love. It made that work as a lot south route family but it struck me as the dumbest metaphor old time But such a true medieval. Is that if you go to a hotel that you've never been to before It doesn't freak you out because you know what to expect Even if you're in a foreign city and it's the first time the vein Standing in front of a new hotel in taxis drop you offer cats. Drop you off and you stand in front shaking your boots because this is the first time being in this box. I know what to do. I know what bit standing outside you walk in you. Starting POSSIBLE DANCE. Might be critic. Todd they send you up stays now. I don't know if you've ever had this scenario apogee walk into a hotel room and door shuts behind you but you haven't found the light switch yet and it's like pitch black magic. You've walked in like ten PM. Eleven PM Pitch Black. It doesn't matter if you know what to expect. You'll still be trove of something as you move your way through the road like you know that a bit in it. You know that there's a bathroom you know there's a TV. You know this ugly land but unless you switch on the lights you won't be able to navigate your way around something that is glaringly obvious to you something that you already know. So this idea of like personal stuff taking is working on the fact that most guys do know enough but sometimes questions really really help and so this is just forty questions to check in and sleep. What's the quality of your diet? You I was headed. Yeah things like quality your sweet.
"bureau meteorology" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"Not. It's not a it's not a small investment Emma. What would kill me if I've done that that <hes> tell your wife's about out these things that thanks for coming now should've told me that before breath but <hes> yeah look all tested out a couple of times and bring it out into the failed thought you know whether this system is going to be great for mayor on you is really good in the aircraft <hes> but it's going to really commit to this <hes> are really needed to. Nari Phil's going to work out in the field and capturing they storms and the big thing about <hes> the six five. I did look at other systems <music> but again. It's a messy financial undertaking to throw a big <hes> a good thing about the the Pentax is that it's not very different from a digital slaughterhouse it it up it is a big camera and its way the sealed in our that to seize music to my ears. When <hes> you know it's not too often that it's going to be super time where I am at United is going to be Dustin is he's GonNa Be Ryan. Sometimes it's going to be a little bit heavy on our leave. My camera out for a little bit longer left it out in the rain of it. I mean it's gotten wet I imagined but <hes> aw I've pushed it massively and it's it's calming amazing <unk> took it up to the Kimberley up into talk tropic areas <hes> in two thousand seventeen in December and choice the storms and stuff up there will be cold as tropical build up and <hes> it is humid. It's eighty five eighty ninety. Four percent humidity forty degrees is and it's horrendous and <hes> the cameras stood up. It was fantastic. People think of meeting format they were medically thinking about hostile the blood and and Fuji Film but she's a matter as Pentax you get a lot of camera fear money and and the image quality is really really. Nice <hes> one question. I've been wanting to get back to <hes>. Do you can't hold your stuff. You work in a tripod how to usually work nine not definitely not <hes> so. I do always use a truck. <hes> if if it's a quick shot that just want some structure than <hes> if it's launched enough indefinitely all I'll just do a hand held in Oak. Get going moving to my neck spot but <hes> <hes> I'd say ninety nine percent of the Tom is sitting on top of patrol <hes> so museum injury <hes> truckload <hes> and in another enjoyable hit on top of that <hes> so that that works out really well and it's fairly stalled on as well so it's it's fairly heavy on Tom. Hanging bag on the night that when the winds are really strong but the camera itself he's in our one and a half kilos or something ridiculous. I don't know the exact figure but it's <hes> you know you can hold this held. It sign really in those strong winds and hold the trump would write down. It's really good. Did you use a shade on your Lens and reason I ask because I know that I've worked in heavy windy conditions before sometimes the shade could be an enemy to you because it just banks everything just buffet like crazy. Do you have not I tend to attend to use the shied <hes> they just because it's <hes> in the Ryen it gives a little extra bit of protection yeah if it is windy where I get too much Shaikh than is probably to getting good images anyway. I think we've might <hes> unless if it's super windy just bring the camera spread out the <hes> the Tripod legs a little bit and hang a heavy a camera on there and get it really lie so you sort of even at that Senator Bernie so it's not so hot but other than that it's if it's if it's getting toy. We need a lot that I'm usually packed in the car and trying to get out of the wind and get ahead of it though they'll now. Let's let's be honest now. You're in the car but you still rolling down the window sometimes in sticking the lens out just saying one more shot. I mean do you shoot from the car and all yeah absolutely I n storm choices. Donna's lawing thank you but how how are you general days. I mean we'll you'll obviously car is an important tool for you so you're going to be out. You know you're GONNA drive. You're going to find the spot that you think is the best are are is the land they're open enough an empty enough that you can kinda just drive out to spots that are off the road and <hes> and then when you do that while you just. Kinda hang out for a couple of hours or you always on the go yeah not. It's funny. Different different setups main different things so if it's if it's going to be a slow moving died in <unk> use Google maps lock. It's like it's my best friend. You know it's amazing housing system they can use their and get on there and have a look around and scout locations beforehand and see what the road conditions a lot but nothing really on compared to actually going out and having a look around sorry this time of year <hes> Arken get out there and take the family out. God forbid of a drive around the white. Belton do a bit of a family trip but in the back of my head I'm thinking scouting running around from my stolen chasing really. Are you watching weather maps guy man because all this technology is readily available. When you're out there I mean are you just using using your eyes and watching the horizon or you also watching weather maps where the maps you know if you've got the technology definitely use it <hes>. It's we've got some pretty good writer coverage here now now in Western Australia with Doppler ride on where I got I find reception <hes> I'll definitely be used utilizing that in making sure whether I'm in the right location to <music> <hes> to capture the image of that but also for safety solder things if I can say on the right now that it's really ramping up way it can I go to not be in direct danger <unk> over being impacted by the core of what are some of the things that you look for some of the visual keys when you're out there scanning this guy's what are some of the signs that you look for that something it could be developing <hes> classical thunderstorms or Catholic Donald Stone <unk> with big lyod pancake set in Arcane Inspire Rocket Up to twenty thirty forty thousand feet up in the air <hes> bid sort of visual clues in this sort of things on looking at structure. That's the thing that attracts me to these storms. <hes> and I guess this probably the main thing is is the structure of thunderstorms his is more mine to to any of these systems so if it starts so ramping opt get sort of <hes> some womb sort of era <hes> coming into thunderstorm from the why South East West North <hes> they're the sort the things looking for nets fading that thunderstorm is going to keep going and to develop into potentially supercell thunderstorm with Sean allstone choices a looking after because they're the ones that are more photogenic can reduce the mole lauding in the mall of visually spectacular sort of sauna things instead of single cells so on senior thunderstorms and what's the best of a lighting position. Do you prefer backlit storm side front-load or is there real no rule about that. I'm not real rule about it. It's it's spending. What exactly exactly what you're off to fool. May <hes> ought to be in Western Australia on the southeast and sort of a storms storms tend to travel both. West faced ICED here <hes> generally. I'm sometimes you have something different. That will happen than you're gonNA. Get yourself into a better position to be on the western side of a thunderstorm. <hes> in the in the evening is you're. GonNa get the sunlight into penetrating the cloud and you get that spectacular golden in our yellows pink hats and or sidelining John and that's when you get there really spectacular images posture on of out of the way of the direction of the storms that can swing past you can just be on the southern flank of it and I'm economy out of harm's way to a certain degree aside that loosely as well ellen momentum maps but do you. Are there any particular APPs that you use when you're when when you're tracking storms yes in <hes> different to the sites updated so we've got <hes> <unk> a web design up here on the B can use the bureau meteorology. <hes> is is a a windy APP. I think he can use that as well that draws in <unk> a hate of information <hes> from different models around the world <hes> to develop full cops maps in confusing local writer <hes> so windy. I think is something that's really come on board in the last twelve months at odd really utilize phenomenally accurate <hes> it's it's incredible <hes> <hes>. I tend to use that quite a bit <hes> and then just wearing on my experience from saying <hes> in our rating synoptic shots in different weather maps in sorta localizing an area that I need to. I want to ask a question about <hes>. What about your images and and do you do sell images do you. I mean I noticed on your website that you know you can basically purchase a print <hes> from your site <hes> and we encourage our listeners to take a look but <hes> do generate income from your photography at this point and <hes> is that becoming more more of a business and and how you're handling that end of it yet looked at <hes>. It's always a nice thing when people think images that I purchase him. I think any photographer would agree with that. It's it's always he's not being very fortunate where rum of sold a couple here and there but it certainly not to the extent where I can. NAM leave my job and become a paid illegal something like that an open up your heart gallery anyway. Tom <unk> sell a few images here and there and an able to sort of fun by next storm. Chai Seoul was and fuel cop. The next storm chasers enough to keep interested added interests. I guess you could say wants. His podcast goes live. That's GonNa Change. You understand that. Don't you and Philly printing do print yourself or do you have to are the labs need to go down to Earth or send your image down to Perth for Prince and they send them back. How does that generally work. Yes so <hes> are generally use. I probably lab in Perth. <hes> a Mighty Moines Paul Jarvis Dushi it out commit put probably live in Perth. <hes> Hazel might images <hes> full side awards the national awards and full my commercial stops. I <hes> if someone bought it will oh God human gets handled professionally and yeah he's well regarded in the state and across the country so <hes> I sort of Agai strike him in always get a great result and Jordan anything you want to add any <hes> any comments on your photography or your work or what do you have coming up. Anything you want to drop your website..
"bureau meteorology" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Reporting for us from Mozambique will take to Washington in a moment. But first Gareth has some other stories money's desk. New Zealand's Prime minister has announced the country will hold a national remembrance service on March the twenty ninth for the victims of the Christ Church mosque massacre and their families. The interfaith service will take place in Christ Church. Two weeks out of the alleged Australian gum and Brenton Tarrant shot and killed fifty Muslims who had arrived for Friday prayers at two mosques in the city west no straight east. Pilbara coast has been hit by torrential. Rain and dangerous wins a severe tropical cyclone, Veronica traveled slowly through the region on Sunday morning. The bureau meteorology said the storm was producing Wayne's about two two hundred kilometers per hour. Meanwhile, slightly in Trevor which it's northern Australia on Saturday as a powerful category. Four storm has weakened to a tropical storm the singer. And actress Barbara Streisand has apologized for comments she made about allegations of child sex abuse against Michael Jackson inning, Utah commentary. She told a newspaper that the children. He said they were targeted by the popstar who'd been thrilled to be at his Neverland ranch. Which is now said she was profoundly sorry for any pain or misunderstanding. She'd caused by not choosing her words more carefully. Negations made in a film released early this month that feature test me from two men who say they were abused hundreds of times by Michael Jackson, and roughly Eitan a former Israeli minister of veteran spy who led the operation to capture the fugitive Nazi mastermind at of Aikman has died at the age of ninety two in one thousand nine sixty itin commanded an eight-man team who flew to 'Argentina what was living under an assumed identity and can't shoot him before bringing him back to Israel to stand trial. Cheers, Garth is. Now more than twenty four hours since the US special counsel. Robert Muller delivered his report on suspected meddling by Russia in the twenty sixteen presidential campaign, but the attorney general William Barr says he's planning to release just its principal conclusions, which has angered many vanilla report should be made public that everyone should have.
"bureau meteorology" Discussed on The AO Show
"So they back had the job. Back across back up. Twenty three minutes wars starting from Novak Djokovic Vicks times over champion it into the final again. Hello and welcome to the I'm James Parkinson dates at these drilling open and the men's final is set. No joke bitch face revenue. Dow on Sunday also Sam stars and jank's wait, the women's doubles final on the show today. We have the new hape Halsey has been implemented importantly, we measure the conditions on courtside, and we had two tenths legend Lockwood when you working with someone do you have to show them up most respect. Plus, we preview Saturday's women's singles final. But I all the erection from face semifinal. Never jock pitch defeating Lucas Kwait six love six two six two. Polling win Novak spoke on court about the quality of his apartment and believing himself to get back to an open. Final is definitely one of the best matches ever had this court. Definitely. Everything worked way I've mentioned before the mansion and even more so. Tough one four Lucas, but he had a had a great tournament. And wish him all the best for he definitely has a quality to be top-ten player. We see the occasion is different. There's more Wade layers more importance of the match, and he he's going to get more more of these kind of matches. I'm sure in light of stages of grand slams. And I definitely wishing that highly unlikely twelve months ago that I would be where I am today year later. I've said it before. And I always have plenty of believe in myself. And I think that the cells believe is something that always prevails, and there's been always there was always part of me. And they're still is part of me that believes that I can play this way. So I think that's that's the key. You know, obviously, always relying on on your qualities and trusting the process will turn out the way you wanted to put back across backup. Twenty three minutes wasn't funding from Novak Djokovic. Six times former champion it into the final again. We have to say that neither semifinal was much of a contest. But that we have to domini plays. Ben's tennis. They're going to be in the final twenty nineteen. I'll and open one a climax. We're going to have to this doing. On AM radio twilight, sir today the team reminisced about the career of Pat Cash will be on it at the legends launch on Saturday. He's Bridget khloe, Richard Evans, and Sam Dunkin Pat Cash, I think it's that he's going to be on it because he's part of a straight fight law. When it comes to this, isn't it will he is. He's the winner of the Noni ninety seven Wimbledon Totta, leave eighty von Lindell in straight sets. I was in eighty seven I was four years of age. But you know, I almost remember growing up. It was a story. My parents would tell me they stayed up light an Ozzy had made their way into the Wimbledon final. Of course, the final probably starts about living PM and goes into the early hours of the morning, and I stayed up to watch. And I didn't expect him to win. And it wasn't right supplies NATO. Yeah. Know, they interviewed Linda, laughter woods and said you look a little bit surprised that you lost office. Apprised is Pat Cash is you know. So this was a great story in a strategy and tennis around the same time he was making finals he too he made the seven and I. Final here at the ustralian. I've been lost both in five sets Edberg. And then in the very first year that the tournament was here at Melvin wit down to Mets will end I think it was six in the fifth. And I think it was important. He made the final in the first year Melvin pack. Everybody was very interested in it. And it goes he was a diverse cout warrior to winning two Davis gaps. I think ID three and ninety six one of them. The first two sets went thirty and eleven thirty and eleven against aid Berg, and he won. And so he's very much appreciated play here. Let's look ahead now to the women's singles final on Saturday Petrovka versus Nemea Sokha and Vivus today back controlling knows and facing off against so soccer. You know, it's against Lami do have nerves there and doesn't matter. What happened? You are just. And stress me out when you're at home, and I don't know breakfasting won't ever. So that's how it is. But I don't think it's anything like special. I being into fun to grand slam. But this is a little bit different not playing on the grass. But I think it's it's just from a little bit more special because it's after everything I've been through. So I think it's. It's just different. But I don't think it's like more nervous definitely into play. My best tennis. What I can say. I think now is in fire. She's in very good form. And she's a kind of aggressive player, which I am as well. So I think it will be about who going to take the first point and push a little bit. It's certainly going to be an exciting chip. And further analysis, he's Tim solely with New York Times. Reporter Karen Krause big phone comes up on Saturday on. So what are you? What are your thoughts? I think it's going to be a beautiful final. You have two players are very aggressive. So I don't think you're going to see a lot of long baseline rallies. But I think you're gonna see a lot of beautiful shot making. I think the fans are in for a real treat. Let's look at the two I starting with pitcher, obviously, it's been documented Norfolk Turk in twenty sixteen. She's also had a lot of. Assess at Wimbledon on the garage, but not so much here. These trying open lost big success here in two thousand twelve in the semifinal. But how do you think she's going to go hit tomorrow not since winning Wimbledon for the second time in two thousand fourteen she had participated in sixteen slams without getting to the final. So she talked today. In fact, about feeling really proud of herself. And this run has shown her that she can do it. So the fact that she said that indicates that there was some doubt. And that doubt was growing with every failure to advance farther than the quarter-finals. It would be like Monica Seles coming back and winning here at the Australian Open after being stabbed by the fan on court petro. None of us can imagine what she's been through coming back from fighting off the intruder and having nerve damage in her left dominant hand with. Tonight. We now she's a huge favorite here in a strike Leah is she going to carry over that foam, and she's seen off some big scalps. Would you say game at the moment she's playing so well and seems completely unfazed by pressure expectations. But the thing I'm impressed about Naomi is seems as if she's maturing in front of our eyes as an example last year when she lost the first set she was to nineteen. So she won only twice after losing the first set this year at this tournament. She lost the first set twice and won both those matches. So that tells me that she's really learning to control her emotions and let badge shots and bad points go and just move onto the next point or game. So I think she's going to be really tough in the. Semis. What was really impressive was her serve. She had fifteen aces, which is really remarkable, including the one on match point. But I think she's going to be a really tough challenge for Petra. But I don't see either player dominating this match. I think it's going to be really close. Just enjoy meals e hate down here tonight. Melvin pot Leuven absolutely live in it. I can't always good luck. Alsi summers. Forty degrees is not only. He's like soul hot now. So hot it doesn't feel much hotter than other years that we've been probably because of the shade and the free. So actually wanna guy on the software. Enjoy the evening evening, son. It's good spring day over there in the UK. UK shutdown kinda day. Just lumping it up. So the whether just turning it on. Yeah. I guess you could say that. Yeah. It's been a couple of days in mobile with the new hey polcy coming into effect. Tim solely spoke to all of giant land more about its implementation this summer at Melbourne Park. Muslims only Jay I'm gonna socio professor at the university, Sydney and helping implement the extreme heat policy for the straight open this year. Obviously, a big change this year the policy can you just briefly talk through the changes. Sure. Yes. So this year we helped develop a stress scale which replaced the old WBZ t- policy. So this is basically enabling us to rate the amount of stress that develops or heat stress develops for for the athletes on a scale of one five and then associated with each of those segments, those there's numbers are sitting recommendations, obviously be if you today of of knows in scampering around because the the I I that you've implemented the hey policy at five closing the roof on on the big chords here talk further Diane and making that big coal and. And what what what fall off to? Well, a big part of what we've been doing this year is measuring the on onsite environmental conditions because we know that's quite a lot of their ability between the outs- outdoor courts and stadium courts. So we have to have five measurement monitor's on these sites and stay on top of that is big task every day. But today that was particularly testing because we wanted to be knew that the weather was coming when we wanted to make sure that the the units remained working optimally. And then as the weather warmed up and the humidity remained the same. We started kind of busting through these new threshold. So the highest we got to before today was three point seven, and we kind of got through four pretty quickly and then hit hit five at around about full for clock today would temperatures that we talking about down on court. Well, I think it's important to to to emphasize that things that matter is not just the ambient air temperature. So we measure air temperature in the shade. Which is what is reported by the bureau meteorology. Importantly, we measure the conditions on courtside and the different relative to the bureau. Mitchell g weather station, which just one measurement unit. So we what a lot of differences. So the highest air temperature in the shade that we found today was running about forty three degrees celsius which is a little higher than was reported by the bureau meteorology, but we also measured black globe temperature which takes into account them radiation. And the peak situation that's about thirteen degrees celsius above temperature. It was somewhat humid. So we had a humidity levels run about twenty five twenty six percent, relative humidity with temperature which is quite difficult, and there's a little bit of wind which helped a little bit. But not enough to help the place them regulate appropriately without the assistance of breaks or indeed closing.
"bureau meteorology" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"And it goes on recent chinese cyber intelligence operations include the july twenty sixteen infiltration of china by china networks at the philippines department of justice which were involved in organizing the asia pacific economic cooperation summit chinese hackers also broken a law firm involved with the permanent court of arbitration at the hague the court that ruled against china's expansive maritime claims in the south china sea in australia chinese cyber spies were behind a massive intrusion in the networks of the australian bureau meteorology which provides data to the defense department an american treaty ally chinabased actors have conducted extensive cyber operations targeting japan and they go on about how the targeting taiwan chinese intelligence services have also recruited agents in thailand and the philippines prompting the commission to warn that china's apparent shift toward more overseas recruitment and handling operations could create a greater espionage threatened violent in these and other us partner countries the commission reported for the first time devoted entire chapter two chinese intelligence services which were outlined is including the ministry of state security the country's civilian spy agency and several military intelligence services and the report concludes that chinese intelligence threat is increasing china reforms and centralize its apparatus and it goes on and on and on on and on and on that's bill gertz the national interest but there's article after article after article you can find them yourself article after article after article as i say they use it through they steal it through cyber warfare through human spies and really the worst is the process i just told you about work american intel company and by the way not just intel companies but all these companies marriott ibm ibm's one and so forth there are required to give up their technology through this ruse of a partnership with a local chinese company and we're getting killed you talk about losing american jobs we're losing american jobs we're losing american technology where we report hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars into this stuff remember that report i talked to you about last week the estimate is we're losing six hundred billion dollars to the chinese in stolen technology why isn't anybody talking about that forget the damn tariffs i'll be right back.
"bureau meteorology" Discussed on WRVA
"And he goes on recent chinese cyber intelligence operations include the july twenty sixteen infiltration of china by china networks at the philippines department of justice which were involved in organizing the asia pacific economic cooperation summit chinese hackers also broken a law firm involved with the permanent court of arbitration at the hague the court that ruled against china's expansive maritime claims in the south china sea and australia chinese cyber spies right behind a massive intrusion in the networks of the australian bureau meteorology which provides data to the australian defence department an american treaty ally chinabased actors have conducted extensive cyber operations targeting japan and they go on about how the targeting taiwan chinese intelligence services have also recruited agents in thailand and the philippines prompting to commission to warn that china's apparent shift toward more overseas recruitment and handling operations could create a greater espionage threatened virement in these and other us partner countries the commission reported for the first time devoted an entire chapter to chinese intelligence services which were outlined is including the ministry of state security the country's civilian spy agency and several military intelligence services and the report concludes that chinese intelligence threat is increasing as china reforms and centralize its apparatus and it goes on and on and on on on and on that's bill gertz the national interest but there's article after article after article you can find them yourself article after article after article as i say they use it through they steal it through cyber warfare through human spies and really the worst is the process i just told you about work american intel company by the way not just intel companies but all these companies marriott ibn ibm's one and so forth there are required to give up their technology through this ruse of a partnership with a local chinese company and we're getting killed you talk about losing american jobs we're losing american jobs we're losing american technology where we poured hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars into this stuff remember that report i talked to you about last week the estimate is we're losing six hundred billion dollars to the chinese in stolen technology why isn't anybody talking about that forget the damn tariffs i'll be right back richmond's news weather and traffic station newsradio eleven forty w r v a every healthcare world events it feels like changes everywhere i need to know what's going on i need the straight story jeff chats sets the record straight tomorrow afternoon from three to six newsradio eleven forty wnba chef katz anybody else.
"bureau meteorology" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And it goes on recent chinese cyber intelligence operations include the july twenty sixteen infiltration of china by china of networks at the philippines department of justice which were involved in organizing the asian pacific economic cooperation summit chinese hackers also broke into a law firm involved with the permanent court of arbitration at the hague the court ruled against china's expansive maritime claims in the south china sea and australia chinese cyber spies were behind a massive intrusion in the networks of the australian bureau meteorology which provides data to the ustralian defense department an american treaty ally chinabased actors have conducted extensive cyber operations targeting japan and they go on about how the targeting taiwan chinese intelligence services have also recruited agents in thailand and the philippines prompting the commission a warn that china's apparent shift toward more overseas recruitment and handling operations could create a greater espionage threatened violent in these and other us partner countries the commission reported for the first time devoted entire chapter two chinese intelligence services which were outlined is including the ministry of state security the country's civilian spy agency and several military intelligence services and the report concludes that chinese intelligence threat is increasing as china reforms and centralize its apparatus and it goes on and on and on on and on and on that's bill gertz the national interest but there's article after article after article you can find them yourself article after article after article as i say they use it through they steal at through cyber warfare through human spies and really.