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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

08:49 min | 2 months ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

"World. Think it's hard for people to recreate what mystery ocean was all the things we take for granted now coral reefs and sharks and whales and all these incredible creatures that exists in the ocean that are now part of our common knowledge documentaries and movies and books were mistreated people the aqua lung spawn the sport of scuba dive which has made ocean exploration accessible to millions of people around the world but diving with a full tank of compressed air strapped to your back has its limitations breathing compressed air we can go about fifty meters into the ocean for short time but oxygen under pressure becomes toxic. This is sylvia earle. She's an oceanographer and a national geographic explorer in residence. So is there a reliable modern technology double lead divers go deeper and stay down longer. They're ears and it's called. The jim suit spilled j. I m was named after jim jarrett. Who is the test. I've ever for the first of these. Hard suits made of magnesium alloy lighter than steel the first one that he tried during the nineteen twenties in england. Joseph perez was the designer paralysis. Jim sue was one of the first truly usable atmospheric. Diving suits jim. Jared took his suit to a staggering depth of four hundred and seventy seven feet and then thirty five years later paralysis was contacted by two engineers who understood the value of his invention and in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy five. The new and improved gyms suit could reach a depth of fifteen hundred feet so inside getting into a car or an airplane. It's one atmosphere. But you could go deep in the sea with high pressure around you but you protected from that pressure. You have life system like an astronaut. Carbon dioxide is scrubbed out. Oxygen is added as needed and the jim suit supermax like a little walking submarine. And you have hours to walk around at depths beyond where scuba divers simply can't go in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine url was planning to use a jim suit to explore the ocean. Bet off the coast of hawaii. The plan was to lower her into the water. Attached what cable that was anchored to her boat. But on the day of the dive there was a problem. The see was extremely choppy which causes your boat to violently. Rock and bob in the water for team was worried. Airline would tangle a drag oral across the ocean floor. They debated cancelling the dive but earls team was also equipped with a submarine which gave her a daring idea. Hadn't been done before. And it's not been since they strapped the jim suit with me inside onto the front of the submarine. They likened it to being a hood on car. I was really perched on the front of the submarine. And that's how oral made away towards the ocean floor. And then in the darkness she saw something. It was incredible. Throw these little flashing luminous creatures fish with lights down the side miniature ocean liner streaming by plankton little copa pods little. Crustaceans about the size of the flea. When they illuminate just a burst of bright blue like diving into a galaxy of light when oral reached the ocean floor. She removed to harness and drop from the hood of a submarine. She took a first step completely untethered on the sea. Bet she was twelve hundred and fifty feet. Lo- the surface of the ocean. I landed in a place. Where the carl's like spirals like big whiskers animals just curl from the ocean floor. Looks like a giant bed spring. When i touch them a burst into blue light rings of blue fire just traveled to the link through these amazing giant whiskers. The experience transformed how she saw the ocean. And everything in it. Which you can't see from the surface is how full of life the ocean. His it was just glorious to be immersed in this living system and to realize that. I was witnessing something that so few people who've had the opportunity to see sylvia earle is right. The ocean is full of incredible amounts of biodiversity and she encountered it firsthand. The ocean isn't just a source of life can also take life. It's april fourteenth nine thousand nine hundred twelve. The largest ship on the face of the earth is sailing through the frigid waters of the north. Atlantic is the r m s. Titanic this eight hundred and eighty two foot long luxury. Cruise liner and marvel of modern engineering is carrying thirty three hundred passengers on her maiden voyage from southampton england to new york city but just before midnight four hundred miles off the coast of newfoundland a sale or purchase on the ships look at tower spots an iceberg the captain attempts to steal around the massive block of ice. But it's too late. The titanic slams into the iceberg to ship that was built unsinkable against the take on water and less than three hours later oceanliner slips out of sight and beneath the icy waters of the canadian atlantic. More than fifteen hundred people on board. The titanic died that day. Visionary director. James cameron brought this infamous story to life with his one thousand. Nine hundred ninety seven blockbuster. Movie titanic and in two thousand and five cameron continued is near obsession with the dynamic by organizing a live broadcast exploring the ship's wreckage and its final resting place. One of the men on this team was an australian engineer named ron alum. He was introduced to cameron after alums former cave. Diving partner received a rather unexpected cau- and he gets his phone. Call saying on james cameron and of course he just didn't believe it but turned out to be true. Yeah i guess it'll really started for mayor. Cameron hired alums friend because he had extensive experience producing underwater documentaries but cameron also needed skilled engineers on his team so he hired alum. I experience it anything. Deep sea always looking after some very small remotely operated vehicles that could be deployed from the submarine and controlled by jim from the sub and he's audio is tight. Yeah he wanted to have one of these small arrow these go into one of the broken windows on the first class stick. The result was a live broadcast then aired in real time on the discovery channel to broadcast was a stunning success. But cameron wasn't done. There was a lot more ocean. He wanted to explore afternoon between. Dives these dodge to Titanic bismarck of hydrothermal vents. Would discuss. surround dinna. Just our options for the future. Yeah what you might do on the next expedition. Alum in cameron eventually set their sights on the ultimate underwater destination the challenger deep.

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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on KGO 810

"On on all inclusive property from seventy three dollars a night it's really hard to believe and we've got in St Martin in Simpson bay we got the Simpson bay beach resort marina fifty to seventy five percent off from one fifty eight a knight. great property in in Cancun one of the most popular areas to go in the Caribbean we've got the world Cancun all suites resort forty five to sixty percent off from one fifty three a night. and it's just on a beautiful beach incredible sweets amazing views of the day and lagoon and tons of things are thrown in with it all kinds of activities and they've got great pools from one fifty three night and these rates which is great for the Caribbean right now so if you think it's going to Caribbean this is a really good time to go also if you're going to New York City New York is actually number one actually at number one in our demand right now. thanks the number one and if you're going for Christmas shopping book it now we're expecting a lot of hotels to sell out especially the first two weeks in December but if people can now you can still get some decent rates we've got a lot of hotels lot of boutique hotels in the three or four star range right around the one fifty three and a dollar a night range but that's booking it in advance as we get closer to December we expect the rates to go way up yeah a good time to book I would think so. what's going on with the the real country for you know for all. well. you know this is the way leave changing time in Quebec and down into New England. is lots hotels available up in that area. yeah yeah yeah absolutely it's into rates rates tend to go up as we get it as we get into the peak season now. but you can still get some decent deals call back if you have not been to go back it is a great a great place to go the weather's Apsley beautiful we've got a lot of deals for all over the back like a tell port world we've got that we've got deals at the at the Hampton inn we've got the delta hotels we've got anywhere from about ten to twenty five percent off a lot of the delta hotels which are all over the back and we even got the courtyard by Marriott Quebec City. the night yeah they said they really starts up in Quebec up in northern Quebec and then kind of dress on down the course to merit time provinces or whatever they are Canadian Atlantic provinces and then in the New England all right now what you do is for and NY paying again just like I say we're about to Jordan cruising or get a room do you go to get our own dot com get a room dot com eight hundred hotels eight eight hundred hotels eight and do call for the on published rates okay talk to you next week yeah we're gonna have some new boutique hotels in New York City next week tell the good all by the way Stuart correct to me one time on Caribbean is not Caribbean Eric van ness para be in because it's a carob in right now always listen to Stuart well I'd say I do like the word carabiner there's something about it it flows better but carribean is a correct way according to the R. Stewart. and on seventy I enough around seventy some dollars a night grab your hat and sunscreen. it's tough to beat somebody's bargains in the carribean right now yes the character. take care week week bye bye. okay let's go little music please. I always liked that song. well I was in Italy. and there was a picture of people in a vineyard. and.

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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Life and love the WCBS newsradio eight eight a radio dot com station. right now we got a temperature of seventy one degrees under fair skies in the city. it's going to be mostly sunny tomorrow and beautiful with a high of seventy eight degrees but before that the overnight low of sixty two in the city fifties and some of the suburbs seventy CBS news time eight oh three the New York state health department is urging people to stay away from vaping products more than four hundred fifty cases of possible vapor lated illnesses have been reported across the US including five deaths EE CBS's Steve burns has more it's a better safe than sorry approach from the Cuomo administration there have been a number of deaths there's an investigation on going the governor's health department is now telling new Yorkers not to use any vaping products until they can have a closer look at what's causing these illnesses nobody knows exactly what it is thirty four illnesses possibly linked to vaping have been reported in New York fifteen in New Jersey five in Connecticut if you don't want to end up in the hospital or dead do not use black market THC oil Gregory Connelly at the American vaping association says the nicotine products are fine so telling people not to use anything is overkill you're gonna scare off people from using these products to quit smoking and it's not the nicotine lately products being implicate Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eighty. Dorian is once again a category two storm as of barrels of the Canadian Atlantic coast but it's still created dangerous conditions in New York City beaches today which were closed to swimmers and surfers EE CBS's mac Rosenberg reports strong rip currents in ten foot waves were the determining factors behind closing the beaches for two days with Dorian churning offshore I ran into Brian he was walking along the boardwalk he told me that even on a normal day it can be dangerous because you got people I just would just go out there and they you know they don't listen and like I said.

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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Your resting bitch voice. Has has a little tiny like British thing in that. He's Canadian Canadians Atlantic. Yeah. It might be the perfect mid Atlantic like nineteen thirties Hollywood bosses teach people speak like this George Plumpton little bit of that. I like the thirties Hollywood thing better than anybody. Hot cast. See anyone else in your family have that little go now? Okay. Straightening, your character like theranos. No. With home. No, I grew up with people who talks a bit like this send you like, they're cool. They gotta that the narrow streets. No, they're all like have you know, wives of that. They cheat on like kids that are annoying now. So they didn't get out anything. Exactly where they began. Yeah. So apparently, the affectation that I employed is the is the ticket to podcasts that people. Sometimes let's. I was instantly trying to assess my career there. It didn't come out. Well, I haven't questioned before lead the top- topic have you ever artificially lowered your voice to be taken more seriously. Here you asking me. Anthony fisher. Tina, Anthony, actually talks like this. Helium balloon by my no, it actually took me a while for my voice to reach this level. Like it. I think I said that have been dictation. But starting when I was like nineteen or something maybe it was just age or alcohol, or you know, breathing and polluted air all the time. And now, my voice is at this level. Actually, the thing is when I was younger, I did a lot of speech and debate. And a lot of a lot of the training that went into that was a public speaking part of it was how do you get your voice to a lower register because. Yeah. Talking the talking in a lower. Register is easy, and you can stay in it. If you have been consciously trained in how to do it. So I think the problem with Elizabeth Warren's voice if I'm gonna go all king's speech here is oh. Or I mean, listen Phil is a bit homes. No, Elizabeth Warren, definitely has probably been taking public speaking classes for a very long time, Elizabeth homes most certainly has not because if you were trying to speak in a lower register, you wouldn't you would try to keep your voice like through the would brief through the diaphragm and have a voice that came from an actual gut in the way that a singer does or. Like, an effective public speaker, Elizabeth homes keeps her voice. Wow. That's really whenever she wants to make her voice deeper. She just kind of keeps it up here in the throat. So like, even if you try to lower it a couple of pitches, it's just going to resonate like, they're, you know, the thing is is that everybody does something right? There's always an ethics station. I mean, it doesn't enter trying to fit in when you're younger. I mean, there were kids in my school. There were British who the next day weren't very brash. You know, because I was like, hey, what's up all of a twist? Doing I don't know Judith like from fucking here..

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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"They'd come only as prizes in packages of Kellogg's pep. That's P E P, you know, the sunshine apps edition. That's just right for breakfast. Come spring. Time because it's a sunny and gold and toasted and delicious, why not famous sunshine flavor is said Doug, tantalizing yours. Impeach digging in for more and more. And before you know, what your bulls polish cleaners and whistle. Mom likes bed because Pepsi good for you. So ask her to get you some P P the sunshine cereal Kellogg's pep. Adventures of superman. Cold and clammy fingers. Fear seemed to have fashioned on the tiny fishing village on the Canadian Atlantic coast women and children's speak in hushed voices behind grown blind. I'm strong men who fear nothing human move with suspicious caution along the villagers fog shrouded streets. Ducks sturdy fishing fleet lies desolate and deserted for no boat will venture off shore so long as the deep dark ocean contains the villages referred to as the. Thanks. Knepper to solve the mystery Lois lane at a ratio horn and exempted daily blended. Correspondent who detective I've come to San sound unable, however to secure any information from the obviously terrorist-stricken natives, they engaged the services of captain Jonathan marble burly. Rough speaking skippered agreed to take them to the offshore fishing grounds in his book. But not before he warned. We meet up with what's out there. May never come back to shore. As we continue. Now, we joined lowest ratio horn aboard the.

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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on Peace Out

Peace Out

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on Peace Out

"Try this. When I say number reason and breathe out in between the numbers ready. Ten. Nine. A. Seven. Shakes five food. Three. Two. One. We're in space. Use your magic nation to look around at the dark dark expensive space. The shining stars are coming into focus now. Yeah. Are billions of them here. If you're lying down stretch out your arms and legs. So that you look like a star. If you're sitting put the bottoms of your feet together and hold onto them letting your knees fall to the sides and remember to sit up straight. Keep your eyes close. Keep breathing in and out. Constellations are stars at humans have grouped together to make shapes or pictures. This helps us recognize and find stars easier. And this was important because the stars how people from long ago tell time at night, and when they started to sail across oceans the stars helped them navigate the seas. And people have created stories or myths about the constellations to help explain things that happened in their daily lives. Today. We're going to explore three of these Mets about the big Dipper one from the ancient Greeks one from Hindu mythology and one from the mic MAC and indigenous group in the Canadian Atlantic provinces. Now, the big Dipper is not the constellation, but it's part of a big constellation that the Greeks called Ursa major or the great bear. Let's get on our hands and knees right now. Make sure your hands are right under your shoulders. And move your knees, right under your hips. We're going to pretend to be bears. Bears can move around on all fours or go up on their hind legs. They're back lakes. So we're going to lift ourselves up and stretch her arms up to the sky while staying on our knees, you can pretend that your hands are paused to. All right. Let's try now lift yourself up stretch up. And now slowly lower arms down again and put your hands back on the ground and under your shoulders. Let's do that again. And this time take a deep breath in now and lift yourself up and stretcher arms up towards the stars. Breathe out and come back down. Place your hands under your shoulders, again, your knees under your hips. Take a deep breath in and raise yourself up again. And now come back down. Keep going like this at your own pace, as I tell you the story of the great bear remember to breathe in as you raise yourself up like a bear on its hind legs and breathing out as you go back down to the ground. The Greek goddess hair was taking revenge on her husband's Zeus and the mating called Callisto. Hera turned Callisto into a bear. And Callisto wandered for years as the bear in the forest until one day her son Arcus found her, but he didn't know it was her mother because she was still in the bear. Foreign so Arcus was just about to use a spear against his own mother. When Zeus suddenly sent them both up into the sky and Callisto became the great bear or Ursa. Major an Arcus became the little bear or some minor. You can come back down now. And when you're ready stand. Debate dippers made up of seven stars that join up to make Dipper shape a sort of rectangle with a curved handle in ancient India, the Mahabharata one of the major epic stories tells the story of seven sages a sage was a very wise person in ancient history. The Indian myth said that these seven sages made the sunrise every day. Now that we're standing we're going to do a sun salutation or pose that shows how much we appreciate the sun, which gives us light and heat and makes life possible on earth. Take a big step forward right now with one foot. Bend into that front leg. So that your knees right on top of your ankle. But not past it. Take it. Deep breath in through your nose and breathe outs. Your mouth. Now on your next breath and raise your arms up to the sun. Face your palms towards each other and your fingers apart. Keep standing steady. Now, the rain your arms back down and step back. So that your feeder together? Now, take another step forward with your other foot. This time. Bring your knee over your ankle. But bake shirt doesn't go any further. Take it deep resin and swing your arms up. And this time look up to face your comes together and stretch out your fingers. Okay. For rain your arms back down and step your.

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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on Peace Out

Peace Out

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on Peace Out

"Try this. When I say number reason and breathe out in between the numbers ready. Ten. Nine. A. Seven. Shakes five food. Three. Two. One. We're in space. Use your magic nation to look around at the dark dark expensive space. The shining stars are coming into focus now. Yeah. Are billions of them here. If you're lying down stretch out your arms and legs. So that you look like a star. If you're sitting put the bottoms of your feet together and hold onto them letting your knees fall to the sides and remember to sit up straight. Keep your eyes close. Keep breathing in and out. Constellations are stars at humans have grouped together to make shapes or pictures. This helps us recognize and find stars easier. And this was important because the stars how people from long ago tell time at night, and when they started to sail across oceans the stars helped them navigate the seas. And people have created stories or myths about the constellations to help explain things that happened in their daily lives. Today. We're going to explore three of these Mets about the big Dipper one from the ancient Greeks one from Hindu mythology and one from the mic MAC and indigenous group in the Canadian Atlantic provinces. Now, the big Dipper is not the constellation, but it's part of a big constellation that the Greeks called Ursa major or the great bear. Let's get on our hands and knees right now. Make sure your hands are right under your shoulders. And move your knees, right under your hips. We're going to pretend to be bears. Bears can move around on all fours or go up on their hind legs. They're back lakes. So we're going to lift ourselves up and stretch her arms up to the sky while staying on our knees, you can pretend that your hands are paused to. All right. Let's try now lift yourself up stretch up. And now slowly lower arms down again and put your hands back on the ground and under your shoulders. Let's do that again. And this time take a deep breath in now and lift yourself up and stretcher arms up towards the stars. Breathe out and come back down. Place your hands under your shoulders, again, your knees under your hips. Take a deep breath in and raise yourself up again. And now come back down. Keep going like this at your own pace, as I tell you the story of the great bear remember to breathe in as you raise yourself up like a bear on its hind legs and breathing out as you go back down to the ground. The Greek goddess hair was taking revenge on her husband's Zeus and the mating called Callisto. Hera turned Callisto into a bear. And Callisto wandered for years as the bear in the forest until one day her son Arcus found her, but he didn't know it was her mother because she was still in the bear. Foreign so Arcus was just about to use a spear against his own mother. When Zeus suddenly sent them both up into the sky and Callisto became the great bear or Ursa. Major an Arcus became the little bear or some minor. You can come back down now. And when you're ready stand. Debate dippers made up of seven stars that join up to make Dipper shape a sort of rectangle with a curved handle in ancient India, the Mahabharata one of the major epic stories tells the story of seven sages a sage was a very wise person in ancient history. The Indian myth said that these seven sages made the sunrise every day. Now that we're standing we're going to do a sun salutation or pose that shows how much we appreciate the sun, which gives us light and heat and makes life possible on earth. Take a big step forward right now with one foot. Bend into that front leg. So that your knees right on top of your ankle. But not past it. Take it. Deep breath in through your nose and breathe outs. Your mouth. Now on your next breath and raise your arms up to the sun. Face your palms towards each other and your fingers apart. Keep standing steady. Now, the rain your arms back down and step back. So that your feeder together? Now, take another step forward with your other foot. This time. Bring your knee over your ankle. But bake shirt doesn't go any further. Take it deep resin and swing your arms up. And this time look up to face your comes together and stretch out your fingers. Okay. For rain your arms back down and step your.

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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"The l wife was one that was introduced via the wall in shipping canal that came in from the atlantic coast into the great lakes and its population that exploded by the i guess late sixties maybe early seventies and the state of michigan to my knowledge stock the chinook salmon in an attempt to get something eat all of allies up do you remember when we were kids oh yeah i remember that like just carpeting beaches national news stories yes tried multiple times get various fish going but like so they established a pink population the great lakes yeah now is accidental all the pinks and the grow salmon and the great lakes came from one accidental stocking at i think he was from an ontario hatchery on lake lake huron side and i think they were holding pink salmon atta hatchery because they were trying to enter introduce if i have this right they're trying to introduce the population on the can canadian atlantic somewhere really and they were holding them on a in a hatchery in the great lakes and some escaped somehow and that was all too they just adapted very very quickly to in the northern waters more yeah the northern maybe half of the great lakes or a lot know they moved from from their point of release they had they were establishing runs and nearby streams pretty quickly spread around the upper great lakes does it make sense now that owes it so they have you know they got chinooks kings in the great lakes.

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"canadian atlantic" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"canadian atlantic" Discussed on WLOB

"Radio wlob am and fm headlines a bill to raise the minimum teacher's salary in maine to forty thousand dollars a year was before lawmakers yesterday main voters may have the final say on if the state moves to canadian atlantic standard time the person who bought a tri state megabucks ticket worth three point four million has come forward to claim the prize he lied airways is putting the international back in the portland jet port and the new bath viaduct reopened yesterday more than a month ahead of schedule wlob am and fm next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmtw sunshine this morning with some high clouds spilling in by later this afternoon to these highs in the upper fifties tonight mostly cloudy lower forties rain is likely here tomorrow especially during the afternoon we climb to lower fifties a wet start to the weekend with rain on saturday highs again in the upper fifties from channel eight i'm chief meteorologist roger griswold bringing you maine's total weather shoes though savage nation although those ridiculed criticized him ridiculed you call you trumpsters trumpettes trump voters trump is trump that they laughed that you then they joined the parade all of a sudden that's great i'm glad everyone joined the parade but long before they were there i was there and i bet on them and i want i won big time muggy shepherd traitor portland's new fm one hundred point five and news talk wlob am with michael.

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