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"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on Le Show

"The radiation picture was with developing by the hour every our you could see that this or that cell count in the blood test was plunging signaling very high radiation dose. The hospital staff kept reading the victims despite knowing about the radiation dose improvising some self protection that took face masks from the helicopter crews emergency kit. The condition of the three victims is now unknown and military team later carried out to camp decontamination work at the hospital. Now a team of researchers with the chinese academy sciences carrying out that assessment of possible safety issues tied to who'd nuke two point. Oh publishing the proceedings of the national academy of sciences the group paper describes the factors that led to the rise of the second nuclear era and hand safety concerns that need to be addressed now the new nuclear erez driven by less developed countries such as india china into some degree russia. They researchers suggest this new unexpected second nuclear era era is fraught with great risk. They mentioned russia risk. They note that despite efforts by the parties involved in implementing nuclear clear power plants in the first era major accidents occurred hello chernobyl they further note that recent history suggests that safety safely producing nuclear energy has still not been when fully realized in their paper they outline some of the safety issues involved with the second nuclear era unlike most advanced countries the new ones inst- suffer from poor infrastructure in the means for safely maintaining a complex nuclear plant the laws some of the countries developing nuc- now are less stringent and and there is more corruption and less political stability and there are differences in social values regarding risk and the need for safety practices such committee such countries do not have well established communications channels between those operating nuke facilities and the public at large side from that dr lincoln go right ahead when to crack reactors at a scottish nuclear power stations being given permission to reopen but only only for four months the u._k.'s office for nuclear regulation is allowing edna energy to restart reactor four which has an estimated two hundred nine cracks in its graphite core. The regulator has accepted the operators argument that it's safe to relax the limit for the permitted number of cracks. The operational allowance for cracks per reactor is being doubled from three hundred fifty to seven hundred dairy. We go ipso facto change. Oh presto the regular st the stress that after four months would again have to prove it was safe carrying on the reactor operation or they might have to raise the limit again and speaking of scotland and nuclear stuff. A scottish nuclear power plant has been affected by power linked to a lightning strike. That's right a power plant and has been affected by power cut. No there's nothing wrong with that. What you mean i i i will continue with my reading plant. Operators said a short lost power was experienced to the site near thir- so manager's confirmed distracted directly hit the nuclear power plant backup supplies also failed as a result of the incident prompting safety fears according according to the scotsman have to wear kilts when they write the news. I don't understand it meant that for about one hour there was no power for vital safety systems which monitor radio radiation and ventilation operator said say it with me now. There'd been no risk to people or the environment. The plant is in the process of being decommissioned and and the land being cleared up so the power cut stopped the decommissioning temporarily. That's <hes> that work will be completed between twenty thirty and twenty thirty thirty three so plan your visit.

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"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I appreciate it. Aspect? The reports that came out during the week that went viral was about climate change. And you might think climate change is reports on it coming out all the time, but this one specifically how to do with. How would affect the price of beer? So that made everybody's ears perk up, and they got very concerned right away because of global warming. It's going to hurt barley crops likely. Doubling the price of beer in the coming decades in Ireland. I think they might be the worst hit it's going to triple the price of beer, the it will affect Ireland and European countries. The most the US will not escape unscathed will see higher prices, and they say that people could even be drinking less beer because of all this stuff. So for more on the study, we turn to Denver Gano. He's a science reporter with BuzzFeed news, and we started talking about what is in this new report. Well, this is really like a one and a series of reports trying to look at how climate change is going to hurt food production. I so I looked at a lot of grains, and they finally getting the barley and the guys doing it said what did a bar? Early and beer, they kind of go together. So let's add an economic model for beer into this thing and see what happens with climate change. And the results are interesting. And that what they decided looking at the analysis was that the extreme years 'cause don't happen every year under climate change are the ones that really make a difference. In terms of the price of beer or not much is going to be around the years where you have extreme droughts and heat waves knocking out these sort of continental size areas at the same time where most of the barley is produced in the world. And they said they wanted to use barley specifically because it would show people kind of the real world effects of climate change because everybody drinks beer or a lot of people drink beer. It would give them something more concrete to hold onto climate change. A lot of people that it doesn't affect me or I don't care or something like that. But if you mess with their beer, then they're more likely to kind of believe it or want to make some change because of it, right? It's an international team from Chinese Academy sciences. Then looking for by.

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"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It. It was supposed to the reports that came out during the week that went viral was about climate change. And you might think climate change is reports on coming out all the time, but this one specifically how to do with. How would affect the price of beer? So that made everybody's ears perk up, and they got very concerned right away because of global warming. It's going to hurt barley crops likely. Doubling the price of beer in the coming decades in Ireland. I think they might be the worst hit it's going to triple the price of beer, the it will affect Ireland and European countries. The most the US will not escape unscathed. We'll see higher prices, and they say that people could even be drinking less beer because of all this stuff. So for more on this study, we turn to Denver Gano. He's a science reporter with BuzzFeed news, and we started by talking about what is in this new report. Well, this is really like a one and a series of reports trying to look at how climate change is going to hurt food production. Look at a lot of grains, and they're finally getting the barley and the guys doing it said what am barley and beer. They kind of go together. So let's add an economic model for beer into this thing and see what happens with climate change. And the results are interesting in that what they decided looking at the was that the extreme years don't happen every year under climate change are the ones that really make a difference. In terms of the price of beer or not much is going to be around. It's the years where you have extreme droughts and heat waves knocking out these sort of continental size areas at the same time where most of the barley is produced in the world. And they said they wanted to use barley specifically because it would show people kind of the real world effects of climate change because everybody drinks beer or a lot of people drink beer. It would give them something more concrete to hold onto climate change. A lot of people that doesn't affect me. I don't care or something like that. But if you mess with their beer, then they're more likely to kind of believe it or want to make some change because of it, right? It's an international team from Chinese Academy sciences. Then universities. Then UK and in the US and you receive California him. Yeah. My sense is that they are. In fact, people who do like a beer we're wondering about this question. They said also that consumption could drop in some countries because the price would be getting to hide some of this barley is the same barley that we feed to livestock. They would have to use that barley for the livestock and not so much for beer production. So they're saying that a consumption would also go down as a result of this. It's kind of complicated economic model. But essentially what they're arguing is that Cadillac expensive. And so the farmers are going to feed the barley to the cattle. So they'll lose them. And so there's going to be less barley to sell and the price where he's going to go up. And as a result, the price of beer goes up. And when the price goes up for something and the supply goes down people drink less of it. And that sent not too complicated. You know, I did talk to climate scientists who said, yeah, sure, of course, it will go up in those years of be the same thing for any other commodity the work. They did this coupling the climate model to the economic model for barley to the beer model. You're listening to the daily dive weakened addition. We'll be back with more with Denver Gano about how climate change is affecting beer prices..

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"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Very appreciate it. The reports that came out during the week that went viral was about climate change. And you might think climate change is reports on it coming out all the time, but this one specifically how to do with. How would affect the price of beer? So that made everybody's ears perk up, and they got very concerned right away because of global warming. It's going to hurt barley crops likely. Doubling the price of beer in the coming decades in Ireland. I think they might be the worst hit it's going to triple the price of beer, the it will affect Ireland and European countries. The most the US will not escape unscathed. We'll see higher prices, and they say that people could even be drinking less beer because of all this stuff. So for more on this study, we turn to Denver Gano. He's a science reporter with BuzzFeed news, and we started by talking about what is in this new report. Well, this is really like a one and a series of reports trying to look at how climate change is going to hurt food production. I looked at a lot of grains. And they finally getting the barley and the guys doing it said what did it barley and beer, they kind of go together. So let's have an economic model for beer into this thing and see what happens with climate change. And the results are interesting in that what they decided looking at the was that the extreme years don't happen every year under climate change are the ones that really make a difference. In terms of the price of beer and not much is going to be around the ears where you have extreme droughts and heat waves knocking out, you know, some sort of continental size areas at the same time where most of the barley is produced in the world. And they said they wanted to use barley specifically because it would show people kind of the real world effects of climate change because everybody drinks beer, where a lot of people drink beer. It would give them something more concrete to cold onto climate change. A lot of people that it doesn't affect me or I don't care or something like that. But if you mess with their beer, then they're more likely to kind of believe it or want to make some change because of it. Right. Good international team from Chinese Academy sciences, then universities in UK and in the US, California. And yeah, my sense is that they. In fact, people who do like a beer we're wondering about this question. They said also that consumption could drop in some countries because the price would be getting to hide some of this barley is the same barley that we feed to livestock. They would have to use that barley for the livestock and not so much for beer production. So they're saying that a consumption would also go down as a result of this. It's kind of complicated economic model. But essentially what they're arguing is that Cadillac expensive. And so the farmers are going to feed the barley to the cattle. So they'll lose them. And so there's going to be less Farley to sell in the price where he's going to go up and result, the price of beer goes up. And when the price goes up for something and the supply goes down people drink less of it. And that sense, it's not too complicated. You I did talk to climate scientists who said, yeah, sure, of course, it will go up in those years must be the same thing for any other commodity the work. They did as coupling the climate model to the economic model for barley to the beer model here with this. You're listening to the daily dive weakened edition. We'll be back with more with Denver Gano about how climate change is affecting beer prices..

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"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"chinese academy sciences" Discussed on KTOK

"Appreciate it. Aspect? What was supposed to the reports that came out during the week that went viral was about climate change. And you might think climate change is reports on it coming out all the time, but this one specifically how to do with. How would affect the price of beer? So that made everybody's ears perk up, and they got very concerned right away because of global warming. It's going to hurt barley crops likely. Doubling the price of beer in the coming decades in Ireland. I think they might be the worst hit it's going to triple the price of beer, the it will affect Ireland and European countries. The most the US will not escape unscathed will see higher prices, and they say that people could even be drinking less beer because of all this stuff. So for more on the study, we turn to Denver Gano. He's a science reporter with BuzzFeed news, and we started by talking about what is in this new report. Well, this is really like a one in a series of reports trying to look at how climate change is going to hurt food. Production. I said I looked at a lot of grains, and they're finally getting the barley and the guys doing it said what am barley and beer. They kind of go together. So let's add an economic model for beer into this thing and see what happens with climate change. And the results are interesting in that what they decided looking at the analysis was that the extreme years 'cause don't happen every year under climate change are the ones that really make a difference. In terms of the price of beer or not much is going to be around the ears where you have extreme droughts and heat waves knocking out these sort of continental size areas at the same time where most of the barley is produced in the world. And they said they wanted to use barley specifically because it would show people kind of the real world effects of climate change because everybody drinks beer, where a lot of people drink beer. It would give them something more concrete to hold onto climate change. A lot of people that it doesn't affect me. Right. I don't care or something like that. But if you mess with their beer, then, you know, they're more likely to kind of believe it or want to make some change because of it, right? It's an international team from Chinese Academy sciences, then universities, and then UK and in the US. University. How -fornia and. Yeah, my sense is that they are. In fact, people who do like a beer we're wondering about this question. They said also that consumption could drop in some countries because the price would be getting to hide some of this barley is the same barley that we feed to livestock. They would have to use that barley for the livestock and not so much for beer production. So they're saying that a consumption would also go down as a result of this. It's kind of complicated economic model. But essentially what they're arguing is that Cadillac expensive. And so the farmers are going to feed the barley to the cattles to they'll lose them. And so there's going to be less barley to sell and the price where he's going to go up. And as a result, the price of beer goes up. And when the price goes up for something and the supply goes down people drink less of it in that sense. It's not too complicated. You know, I did talk to climate scientists said, yeah, sure. Of course, it will go up in those years must be the same thing for any other commodity the work. They did this coupling the climate model to the economic model for barley to the beer model sorta with new here with this. You're listening to the daily dive weekend addition, we'll be back with more with Denver Gano about how climate change is. Affecting beer.

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