20 Burst results for "Dryest"
FACT SMACK: Spider Edition
"Okay kwong here's how this is gonna work all right. Sebastian gets roughly ten minutes facts to prove that his critter of choice. Spiders are the coolest critters. Okay got it now. These are general spider facts. So sebastian gets to call on any spider. He wants which gives him a lot to choose from. There are like roughly forty five thousand species of spiders and to give you a sense of context. Think about an animal that we see all the time or type of animal mammals right there are only about six thousand or so species of mammals that covers literally everything from shrews to wales to rhinos compared to the forty five thousand as of spiders nest so many spy seen mammals. Like it's just where it's at. Now where's that okay. So here's the thing it's not just. How many of them there. It's also where they live. Spiders are out here. Along in here is pretty much everywhere. See this is one of my favorite things about Planet earth is basically. Wherever i go. I can find a spider because they are spiders living everywhere from the inter titles on right at the ocean's edge to forests to dryest desert's where they build sand tunnels under the sand up on mountains not as regular mountains all the way up to the slopes of mount everest and everything in between a hold on he just said there are spiders that live on mount everest. Oh yeah clung. There's a famous one up. There called the himalayan jumping spider. They live up to twenty two thousand feet or sixty seven hundred meters above sea level. They are the spider the animal that is arguably the highest permanent resident on earth. They're living in the penthouse on our planet incredible. I wouldn't have thought i wouldn't have thought spider. I would've thought something else. Yeah i know me neither. But i love this because even its species name omni superstars is kind of perfect for talking smack. The omni superstar means stands above everything because it is literally above us at all points of the day of the night of the year. Watching down a bunks. All be lower animals. Identify lower animal. You know about that spider. Maybe your soul mate. All right what else do you got supplier okay. So the one that sent me over the spider edge wong. Did you know that there are multiple types of spiders who live at least part-time underwater. Like i'm talking seawater freshwater. They're out there. I mean you must find that amazing because you can barely swim. Wow wow wow. Wow emily everyone else was getting to talk. Smack didn't turn honestly fair but her full fare but herve okay. Okay so anyways. There's this spider that lives underwater called the diving bell spider and they basically make a sifi like underwater dome of air. That's their air pocket. Go there when they need to breathe and the rest of the time they just go out and they bring a little like bubble of air around their lungs which on a spider on the bottom of the abdomen. Bring a bubble of air around with that and they're just walking around underwater. They are catching food under their catching fish catching small insects and their entire life every part of their lifespan from birth to reproduction to death. Okay even i. A person who doesn't think about spiders will admit this incredibly cool that spiders are really living all over. The place got range qualm. They got rained. I don't mean like as a group of species. Some spiders legit have ranged. in fact many spiders can fly. I mean technically it's called ballooning but they're flying get out what they'll do is they. Basically will just release silk into the wind and it goes up and basically turns into like a kite. But when you're a light enough to be a spider something that's like a kite is basically like an air balloon out of here and okay. Here's the thing though. It's not just them catching the wind. There's evidence that spiders can sense earth's electric fields and take advantage of that to shoot up into the sky
Twenty years of climate extremes
"The year two thousand and twenty was always going to be a tantalizing horizon for future thinkers even at symmetry conjures the clear-sightedness and precision of twenty twenty vision. Too which policymakers in resist manages. Always aspire twenty years ago. Most of southern australia was still in the group of the millenium drought. The dry conditions broke records around the nation. Perth stems where their lowest. Since the first world war and the southeast of the country was on its way to the dryest shania period since recordkeeping began as the bureau of meteorology. Put it at the time. This was the nation's first climate change drought. That observation came hot. On the heels of the third assessment report of the intergovernmental panel on climate change which made headlines around the world with this conclusion that there is new and stronger evidence that most of the global warming observed over the last fifty years is attributable to human activities if suburban households become complacent about the household woody's than the drought was a wakeup call across the nation. Education campaigns and water saving devices joined water restrictions in an effort to ease pressure on limited urban water supplies in melbourne for instance the voluntary target. One five five campaign aimed more than half the daily water consumption of residents by encouraging shorter showers while imposing strict limits on watering gardens washing the car. Brisbane went even further aiming to reduce residential would consumption to one hundred and forty liters of water per person per day. The rain water tank in grey water. Recycling became suburban. Must haves offering the means to keep gardens green in trying conditions as the damn levels so lower and lower state governments turned desalination with perth leading the way in two thousand six a prospect that was unthinkable just a decade earlier other states took notice and before long desalination plants were on the drawing board for the gold coast sydney melbourne and adelaide. But for the most part by the time those projects were completed. The rains had returned to the east coast and the plants built. There were dismissed as wipe elephants journalist. Chris noticed this change in the weather himself as he reflected in the updated edition of his book on the murray darling basin in two thousand and ten browsing through his local bookshop. He'd realized that he's book. The river somehow migrated from the environment and ecology section where. It's just six months ago to a new place on the history shows even so this record linear rainfall that broke the millenium. Drought did not turn back the clock. A drying trend continued across the south of the continent particularly in the southwest. Where winter rains had been in decline since the nineteen seventies julian part to human induced climate change indeed while eastern australia record high levels of rainfall in late twenty ten and in twenty eleven perth and much of southwestern austrailia experienced record dry weather. This is just some of the challenges of planning for both climate variability and climate change on a continent of extremes. It's been looking ahead into the future. That's being one of the ways in which ustralian have long tried to come to terms with this continent of extreme climate variability in twenty eleven. The climate commission released its first report declaring that australia was facing the critical decade back. Then of course. The climate commission was a federal government body established under the gillard government but it was dissolved under the abbott government. Soon after its election in two thousand thirteen the decade to twenty twenty. The climate commission's report argued was critical in terms of meeting the two degrees celsius guardrail by curbing emissions of carbon dioxide in the decade to twenty twenty global emissions had to be well on track to reaching by twenty fifty to limit the planet's warming taking the temperature on the nation's progress towards this goal in twenty seventeen the climate council the independent body that rose from the ashes of the climate commission declared that australia was now known as global climate lagged already the concentration of carbon dioxide emissions had tipped over four hundred parts per million higher than at any other time for millions of us and the planet's temperature was over one degree higher than temperatures before the industrial revolution of the eighteenth century. The report warned that the window of opportunity to limit worsening climate impacts is closing and already climate events were getting worse pointing not only to bush fires and hate waves but also to drought and drying across the south of the continent. Just as the gun. I report of two thousand. Eight and countless other scientific studies had predicted two thousand and nineteen was the driest year since records began in one thousand nine hundred and it was the country's warmest year in fact all these since two thousand thirteen are among the ten warmest on record australia. The impact of climate changes lead to longer more intense fire seasons and an increase in the average number of elevated fire weather days as measured by the forest fire danger index twenty nine thousand nine so the highest cumulated index on record fires have burned before an australian but never like those we saw over the summer. It's called comfort knowing that this disaster was nice surprise after all the two thousand eight garner report warned that fire seasons will start earlier and the slightly lighter and generally be more intense. This effect increases over time but should be directly observable by twenty twenty in another ten to twenty years time 2019 white. Be so unusual. Although this use emissions might be lower thanks to the covid lockdowns and the air might be cleaner. The concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere like carbon dioxide continues to rise and the period two thousand sixteen to twenty twenty looks set to be the warmest five year period on record. Unfortunately a few months of slowing down can't make up for the decades upon decades of greenhouse gas emissions that have accumulated in the atmosphere. He street is weighing heavily on the planet's climate future.
When and How to Prune a Rose of Sharon
"And you were talking about roads or sharing. how do you trim them to keep them kinda inbound rather than grow grow grow. And huge trim them hard. Now, I'm going to explain that, but they are one of Mother Nature's miracles high viscous. That particular one is my nemesis because they are seed bearing plant. I have dealt with them from seedling size clear up to eight and nine feet. and I actually mean you have to trim them hard. They are able to grow in some of the poorest of soils. Hottest dryest nastiest areas as a child. The ones I'm talking about playing with were screen between my parents property and the La. You practically could even muffle the noise of car going through. They were so big now to explain their blooming now on stems that grew from this spring on out set flower buds, and they're now blooming. So with the. The rule in mind that you can trim following the bloom, they will be go there trimble. Now, for that matter, you just take off the flowers, but you can trim them anytime now and I would until fall because I'm thinking in quite a brutal pruning the way you asked the question it is a plant that you. You do pretty much the same thing that you would with any other shrub. Usually they are multiple stemmed. You would take out the biggest. Stems as close to the bottom as you can get them, let the new stems come on so that you do get new growth next spring after after a fairly brutal pruning and new flowers and so on. They also can be trimmed up as a tree where you take off all the side shoots inside site growth stems and and do it in one trunk. So I, when I say brutal I would let them finish flowering and then I would go into it from the standpoint right now of just managing it size doesn't continue to grow so much bigger, then come winter. Jacket type weather fall, or very early spring. You can go into those rascals and and really thin them out.
"dryest" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat
"Tammy. You've been in calgary bisque and i'm gonna. I'm gonna beat. Ya you better not say you had no biscuit. No no biscuit biscuits man. I don't i remember what the k._f._c. because they had advertised the new cinnabon fucking street just biscuits with cinnamon on god. They're mad eh cinnabon. K._f._c. biscuits would fucking la- cinnamon and so mad so so pissed savary buttery a._f._c. biscuit. It was the dryest fucking of so pissed off. We should probably take take a break so do yeah me too. I'm yes ma'am. I love uh-huh. I love crazy always fuck escape so chris. I'm thinking about taking. I'm thinking about huggy or with a really good a black woman okay and i'm gonna tell you about it after the break okay and then we're going to talk about it more on a trip to canada okay so we're gonna take a break chris going go choke wehner and we'll be right back so i have to ask you something. Do you ever get hot. Flashes and chills like do or child. Let me tell you about that. Ember wave temperature is a personal thing pingyao. Everyone has their own idea of what they're right temple to is and i bet you had no idea that most public places heat or cool the room which is only comfortable double for eighty percent of the people imma wave is not your medical device for those with the medical condition related to attempt to amber waves.
"dryest" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"And welcome back. We have Pamela from Lumine photon for light pats and blue light pats reviewed e and regeneration. We have course big sale coming up the end of the week, which is our fourth of July sale. Also, the first of July sale whereas starts with over the weekend candidate on July first rate, sue, for at least week, probably actually more. And you saved Semper sent including on the looming photon machines and Oliver supplements. Nothing else on the hyperbaric chambers, or any of the other things. Some of them are stuff like our water systems are always ten percent off, but big sales, and this is a biggie now. Why Lumine photon import because your body communicates? Yourselves communicate with light infrared light. In fact, a little Tele marinated chromosomes infrared intent is I interesting. I think it's fascinating. Now, I'm chemist. I d inorganic chemistry and radio toxicology. My PNC project was studying marinas, Greg's of Sedaka policy ACA, right and doing into studies tracking what people don't understand. Is that the body communicates all living things by inferred life? So, in fact, if you look at the Russian dolls the outside of the big doll is an infrared light doll the talks jeans Intel's, which jeans, trait, structural proteins and enzymes. And the next all inside that is actually turning on messenger, Ernie to make structural proteins, and enzymes and what I call origami DNA, which is how take the piece of paper. If you're Japanese origami expert and can folded into a little tiger Dougie, or, or bird, if you really good at our gammy. Well, the body does that and it doesn't hierarchy. And what happened is we use aluminum. It does a couple of things react, the top releases nitric oxide delivers oxygen tissue. It raises a redux of the Celso charges them up. So the signal to noise ratio between your telomere and your eye on channel Stolpen up and turn on structural. Proteins, enzymes increased it raises energy in the cell was eighteen entity h it lowers inflammatory cited kinds infected on the study at a hospital at a medical system where they found it lowered c reactive protein by putting it over the kidneys. Ngo Tinton earning anti this relates hypertension. So it does lossing across the board now. Doctor knows year who's not only signs but he's also medical intuitive. Intuitively know certain frequencies were good for certain organ tissues. Because when the baby's developing on the what's called the note accord, and the end plate before it, actually organized, heart, after so many weeks a couple of weeks and the final, Gordon spinal nerves in the eyes and everything developed. So. Each tissue is we call on Taj. Italy is specific type like skin and nervous system, are actually of the same class of tissue your skin, and your spinal cord in your personal nerves central nerves in your brain your eyes, and ears are all basically one Gupta, tissue and interesting. The frequency is very close to the frequency for gold and gold, by the way, attached to the history, proteins, your Dina amplify frequency, and they interesting. It's called ancient ancient therapist, including my ancestor mush Moses, who was supposed to be the pharaoh us adopted by the Pharaoh's daughter. Was was in all the ancient doctors could make what's called Oruma, which is a gold fault. Now, the oceans are full of gold. You can extract at two hundred fifty dollars nounce gold out of the oceans, because without goal basically a lifeforms wouldn't exist increases the signal to the DNA frequency. Four is the frequency for all internal organs. You've owls liver kidneys. All your internal organs are based on frequency four and fifty five is all your glands. Your Parasad your Siro, your testes ovaries your hands. So it all works together. Interesting. Now, the new info time has Nico, which combination frequencies, and discovered. This combination was good. And I'm going over studies. We've talked about over a couple of years that it can reverse Nika, which is Kevin nations around your teeth can actually regenerate your gums, and your bone. So if you lost your teeth and got lots of bulb because he had infection there. This actually over time, actually reverse the need free to do a cadaver Grafton here in Utah. So you can have titanium pulse and putting artificial teeth. And also good for the Nikkei, African secrets sequence or the new one. Now, we're going to cycle through L fifties is very stimulatory to actually stimulate your production of new bone. So if you've got osteopathy a- and your decks, Avante scan says, you got a very weak l four vertebrae and right surgical mecca hip, because that balloon Pat over it, and along within yourself and bone generator myself. Michael D to fully McKay to college max. You're going to grow new bone really quick. So it can reverse Hoste process. You won't end up with a compression fracture of broken hip. Now what I'm working with. Deborah TEK is in and we're going to hopefully get back here back from them. I'm building device that we're gonna I'm gonna sell directly. It's not gonna go, so you guys, but it's, it's going to be basically frequency machine. And what they'll do is simply interface with Lumine pads. So he would set on frequency, three every second frequency will be one of the ones I selected might be four minerals. Otago three Michael frequency three mineral one if you're gonna see three mineral too frequently three minerals street, and it's like it was pretty fast basically, fractions of the second, so you won't see anything different. But there'll be different frequencies, Italy, and train the tissue to turn D channels on to let the mineral turn on genes, structural proteins and times. And every disease state has fingerprint in a target tissue of either a mineral deficiency, or a minute of lock gates. Jay minerals, for example, in hair turns grey, you're gonna mineral block aid where the cells hair follicles allow manganese and make manganese dependent big on enzymes in hair GIO, turns pain is basically, the gray hair thesis, I call it great here, theorem. Is that every disease state is fingerprint of structural protein and anti. Deficiencies related to the cross talk between your telomeres, and you're on channels. Regulate gene induction. Sue messenger dressing. Now, Lou INVOKANA conference is better than almost anything and it's also portable, which is really cool. I have it on my an area by now and anything that I find about it is you can so portable you can be an airline seat because you have backer jolt. If you're a long fight, you can have your car plug input on area. You can be walking around battery pack and put it on air. Everybody just switch it on because goes for thirty minutes and flicked back again. I used to go to sleep and what I discovered here over here. Go computers. Now I call it. My buddy is the one eighty pad which has velcro strap. I take a ton of them because I'm so hyper that the average person if he took what I take would probably go into semi Coleman into baited. I'm not really exaggerating. I mean, giving example on an average night, I'd take three to four or five each DP cross by VR, we converted to take which helps you make serotonin melatonin. I take at least three stress to go in the evening. Midtech repeating and take it again. Evening. When I go to bed, and I'd take on average, six to seven time release melatonin. Okay, which one milligram of media and four milligram slow. So the average person I took that they'd be, they'd be sleeping awfully need, right? But many nights if I'm hyper enough, or unfortunately, if I had my son makes foods spicy because I'm Hyperion who actually don't need much leave. I'm like Edison. When I was in medical school, residency. I get along with two three hours, four hours sleep, no problem. So what I worked in hospitals, for example, back in ninety seven I work all day long in the office, and then go work in the intensive care unit. Most of the night, and get a couple of hours of sleep, Anita chunk dried out cold pizza eleven o'clock at night. Most people try to keep up with me would die. You're not going keep you are not going to keep up with Dr deal. I'm like Addison. I have the ability now I got I gotta get seeped. It'd be healthy. So I forced myself supplements, but the looming photon homeless feet, buddy, 'eternal dancing on wrap around my head around my eyes and everything. And we usually five minutes after those blue red lights are on my brain says, I'm stimulating ridiculous, activating system, you're going to sleep. Right. Which I think is kind of is actually kind of funny to me that. Stimulatory like red light would actually make me. Actually get a return of my sleep pattern, which I find kind of interesting, isn't it? Right. I think so. Yeah. So, so that's what I find amazing. Now. We're trying to expand it. Luma photon can turn off droid information. You gotta sorta joy you can slap these pads on boom, take ourselves too, because you'll get much better effect like inflammatory arse riddick's intend to join performance but you put the pads on, I think every dental, recoveries syllabi every plastic surgery, general surgery were some recovering the coming out of the recovery room, after they come into the operating room every single one of these places should have Lumine pads on the nurse. Actually just why you're laying there semi awake or, you know, semi conscious slapped the pads on your scar. So when you wake up, you don't need to morphine. Does that make sense? They're talking about debris about the drug addiction, and people with chronic pain. Well, there's nothing like aluminum photon for turning pain. It's crazy. You can put this on any part of your body and in matter of minutes by viruses. I'm outta here. And I've actually had little when I was traveling last year Tober travel to flagstaff, which is really high altitude, and I had a flare of Donald Payne. I chase I had the little portable Lumine pan. I had one of those women ninety pads we call the pain. What do you call those things of ninety one to call them the pain blocker or something? Ninety. Yeah. I actually size your hand and cheese said abdominal pain, ready all you could have a dialogue. Tune the pain. The pain, actually, eventually said, I'm out of here. In other words, you'd be up right hand quadrant. Do around the valley and then go to refer minutes shoes. Fading, fading, fading. Got. Ooh, that's cool. And the of anything else I was things aren't working the Lumine pattern it off. Same thing you can track your pressure. You can open up your science cavities. If you're trying to fight infection with taking our nasal like a sign new polce or device neutral line. You're kind of the inflammatory garbage out of there. You're trying to heal your skin from dryest Rex. It really doesn't matter what the hectic condition is. You can apply the woman, pants almost anybody part, and they'll help speed the healing process, every home should have central heating hot and cold water shower in a tub and aluminum, Pat..
"dryest" Discussed on KTRH
"The Beckley Tepi. Yeah. Right. How did I forget that on your show? Go back, we points right back to that time. Well, the evidence is being shown here by the bright inside YouTube channel, it's crazy because every piece of evidence that they show those right back to the same time as the younger drives event, and the put all this information together showing that these maps, you know, ancient maps like the map of Herodotus upper Ptolemies world map. They all show an area in western Africa. That is. Like partially submerged, and or mentioned, the location of a place called Atlantis, and I'm just blown away by just information. It's crazy because for the longest time, everyone has always suggested that the idea of land is was this aggressive war like civilization, right? Similar ties Persia or Carthage. And so they assumed oh, well, maybe it was the Persian. But here's the problem with that, you know, despite being military powers was these imperialistic. Notions wonder just not west enough in two there were not anywhere near the Leonard. And then everybody says, oh, but it was it was the Minoan culture. You know, what the what the San Tarini eruption? You know, we're rendered eruption held up these islands. The problem is the vanillin culture was the peaceful culture and again, not west enough not far west enough. And is wrong. What what I find interesting here? Anthony is that we have had researchers for for decades. Not only speaking about various flood myths in cultures timelines, Leo Orion. The of course, the great John Anthony, west Robert shock in their their research into the sphinx, but everything pointing at the ten thousand five hundred BC number go back Latapie pops up. Now that is there at ten thousand BC ten thousand five hundred BC Graham, Hancock's new book America before which is now talking about the same numbers here in North America ten thousand five hundred see, but what is interesting is these fringe, researchers were all panned and ridiculed science today. And this is what you're referring to science today is now proving that we've. Had it right. All along. And that's the exciting part science, and or orthodox academia is helping us fringe researchers say, hey, we were right? And we kind of get to thumb our nose atom and a little bit. I think the key to all of it is the younger dryest event. Right. So this is a theory that was introduced back in two thousand seven comment may have exploded over Canada twelve thousand nine hundred years ago. One killed off the Clovis people the all of the large animals all the mammals, you know, like the sabertooth Tigers the woolly mammoth essentially standing on the earth back into an ice age. Right. The young, and we now have evidence of this of what they call the younger dryest boundary where they find these micro diamonds, which were are only produced by, you know, something, you know, cataclysmic as a massive comic striking striking into the earth. And all of that coincides with Plato's time line if you think about it. So according to Plato's timeline for the existence of the destruction about land is it occurred nine thousand years earlier before his his. Relative Ning soman who existed some twenty four hundred years ago that would have put the time of Atlanta's destruction between eleven thousand six hundred years in twelve thousand nine hundred years ago, which coincides with the younger drives event, which is the fury comment. This cataclysmic event occur across the entire globe. And. When you look at these satellite images, one of the things that it shows is that there is. There there are there's a pattern of of like of a massive flow. You know from the middle of the Sahara westward to the Atlantic Ocean. That's right. Africa. That would have been imagine. You know, if that did happen, you know at the time of number. Remember this area supposedly is was residing. The top fertile volcanic land so sensitive right of a massive comic strikes into North America. You'll have an effect around the.
"dryest" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The age of seventeen doctors claim she died in two thousand thirteen she now has to death certificates that the family is now working to resolve gye is being remembered by friends and for her name which means prominent and widely known in oakland carrie hodousek kcbs eighty five percent of california has slipped into what the federal drought office calls abnormally dry or droughtlike conditions kcbs tim brian looks into it some of the dryest conditions are coastal areas from monterey to the oregon border that's us folks but the worst of it that is severely to extremely dry is in the southlands the eighty five percent figure statewide compares to just twenty four percent one year ago there are a lot of different ways of measuring route but the drought monitor is a pretty standard metro that looks at rainfall it looks at soil moisture it looks at temperature and it looks at the conditions in local reservoirs as well that's climate scientists peter glick co founder of the pacific institute who fears not so much mandatory water conservation but wildfires what we're seeing now is both an intensification of those fires and the fact that they're happening earlier and earlier in the year and that's partly because of the grout it's very dry out there there's a lot of excess vegetation tim ryan kcbs federal funds are flowing to a flood control project in palo alto details from kcbs is mike colgan the army corps of engineers has received six hundred forty six thousand from the feds to widen san francisco creek santa clara valley water district board member gary kremlin represents the area i'm that share of the san frisco joint creeks power authority and every time it really raines i'm like shivering i mean i want to get out there with sandbags this is going to help us accelerate that project does not only are there a lot of homes near the creek but giant tech companies as well look at how close microsoft isn't someplace if this will help protect plastic of all the infrastructure thinking the palo alto wastewater treatment plant with that with that plant was inundated you know now one could use their bathrooms so this protects a lot of that critical infrastructure think of all those transmission lines of the palo alto airport there's a whole bunch of stuff that's real close it creek runs through palo alto menlo park and east palo alto why colgan kcbs you can celebrate the dance traditions of more than a dozen cultures over the course of two weekends this month kcbs has melissa kaurov's reports it's the fortieth anniversary of the san francisco ethnic dance festival the festival began in nineteen seventy eight as a response to the lack of seeing people of different every horses on main stage to senior stages festival co artistic director latonya d tickner says the event gives people the opportunity to see beyond their own front yards and co artistic director mayhelen eaten geometry says that even people familiar with dance traditions from other countries can discover something new the nature of this festival is such that you can go in there expecting that you looking forward to seeing that the haitian dad's company but you might get turned onto something you never knew existed the festival officially opened friday with a free performance at city hall and continues.
"dryest" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Really is meaningful analyzing computers and what's going on with them and figuring it out and figuring out what to do so even though when when i say ai mc soft ai ops i'm not talking artificial intelligence i'm talking algorithm ick it ops really there is a either is machine learning involved in cutting down the number of alerts and tickets by ninety nine percent and by the way it works with all your existing it tools of course it has to write it's patented technology correlates the events into what they call situations basically actionable work items so you can focus on tackling the stuff that matters to you i have a case study hcl technologies you may know them from their award winning dry ice platform their global it managed service provider the dryest platform has as its event management layer mook soft ai ops and an hcl says that's helped clients streamline operational workflows reduce time in the detector correct life cycle of incident tickets in fact a thirty three percent reduction in meantime to restore one third less time that makes you a lot more effective so you could support more customers with service quality and keep up racial costs low and officiency hi you're gonna love it and i want you to try it get your boss to do it if it's not you or if you're the decision maker go to mook soft talk com get a demo m o o g s o f t mook soft dot com for mook soft ai ops reduce your it alerts and tickets by ten ninety nine percent right now mook soft am og so f t dot com we thank him so much for their support of windows weekly oh now we're talking is that what that is that for the royal wedding mary jo is that it is beautiful did you wear it is very fascinating for the record label i asked my daughter if we still have gigantic mexican hat thing this narrow whatever.
"dryest" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"I saw i'll of dogs boy and as you'll recall i kind of went off on people being upset about this being cultural appropriation what have you i will say every japanese character in the film although they are played by japanese people talks and that kind of like oh right and it's a little unsettling knowing that it was written and directed by the whitest man alive wes anderson but by and large i thought the movie was pretty harmless it was i really thought the fantastic mr fox was fantastic frankly thought it was funny i really enjoyed it this movie looks every bit as great every single shot of it could be like framed and mounted over a fireplace didn't give a fuck about any i mean the story is complete nonsense the he's always been like the dryest possible sense of humor but like i think a big part of it was owned wilson co wrote royal tenenbaums rushmore badeah rocket and that and the jokes really hit in those movies and here they're just like barely even attempts and the cast is bill murray and bryan cranston and all this and there wasn't a laugh to be had i wish i could recommend it because of the amount of care that went into making it i like stop motion i think it's a great and underused format but the movie is is nothing for it i had no interest yeah and i do love dogs yeah no interest i watched.
"dryest" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"My way of alerting steve at the show has started stephen a would took him a long time to get out of here jesus you now realize there's a real show starting what is going on we we put it together for you today give me the sombor they're j there you meese and shea that's right oh yeah and brian strang candidates keys here what is i love la in the rain man i love la in the rain yes yeah youngest likes to point out it's good for the drought yeah you don't want here's the thing i understand i i guess there's out she's still a drought permanent drought have we ever not been in energy house games last year when it rained like every day for six months right then we had the dryest like summer the dryest fall the dryest whatever in so we're back to being this is just a desert we do yes yes like it's a it's a desert but we just water it like how water it a lot all right so drought good i'm glad that we're getting rain whatever all wow really bad i'm in an extremely bad mood 'cause you know tomorrow and i'm glad you guys are here but tomorrow i am left with nobody me and maybe a call from west need it's nice much where that's pretty much dr yeah it's just a gimmick that the station uses now if you're famous person hey why don't you host with us for three hours like genie did.
"dryest" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"That you wish i think bills right about that it's a problem but the problem joe is as you point out these guys had many many many years of handson practical right right he'd urology and their correct about an as you know i think i'm correct a simple equation the sun the oceans to kasic offence is very designed as the system which is designed for conflict resolution adaptation and conflict again that's how the earth that's how the atmosphere works very very definition of weather and climate is nature's attempt to balance out what she can't balance south because the way nature wish created so what happens is you will see in the book is a passionate defence based on uh blogs that i have written of my methodology and uh some of the things that are going on to say folks this isn't the big deal everybody is saying it is and you would think that someone like me now you know how much i love extreme weather mike you know vis since would back at the accu weather days seattle and you know i i basically the kind of guy that looks for trouble and wants to supply the forecast for and the fact is that if anything if if you actually looked at the way the earth with the earth is warming it is warming where it is coldest in dryest during the cold seasons meets warming in terms of nightly lows has come up a little bit the maximum daily highs have not come up and what does this tell you tells you that you have a shrinking range of temperatures maybe a little bit higher than it was before point two points 3 c globally over the last thirty five years and and where people live with 95 percent of the people live it's much elapses more like point one six but what does that doing that is actually an argument for less extreme weather events and so what.
"dryest" Discussed on WLOB
"System which is designed for conflict resolution adaptation and conflict again that's how the earth that's how the atmosphere works of very very definition of weather and climate is nature's attempt to balance out what she can't balance out because the way nature which created so what happens is you will see in the book i it's a passionate defence based on uh blogs that i've written of my methodology and uh some of the things that are going on to say folks this isn't the big deal everybody is saying it is and you would think that someone like me now you know how much i love extreme weather mike you know since we're back at the accu weather day and you know i i basically the kind of guy that looks for trouble and wants to supply the forecast for and the fact is that if anything if if you actually looked at the way the earth with the earth is warming it is warming where it is coldest in dryest during the cold warming in terms of nightly lows have come up a little bit the maximum daily highs have not come up and what does this tell you tells you that you have a shrinking range your temperatures maybe a little bit higher than it was before point two points 3 c globally over the last thirty five years and and where people live with 95 percent of the people live it's much more like point once the what is that doing that is actually an argument for less extreme weather events and so what they are doing in this chapter in the book called the weaponization of the weather they are simply using every single thing this happens because we can see them now as evidence of this climate change it the there all right let's let's i wanna i wanna go bigpicture joba start he has a new book you gotta get an amazon the climate chronicles inconvenient revelations you won't hear from al gore and others your critics those you disagree with you jo say listen the the planet is changing climate is changing things are getting warmer i dunno things getting colder i'm and i have a hard time keeping up and weather is.
"dryest" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The problem joe is as you point out these guys had many many many years of handson practical right right aide urology and their correct about and you know i think i'm correct it's a simple equation the oceans to kasic offensive very design of the system which is designed for conflict resolution adaptation in conflict again that's how the earth that's how the atmosphere works very very definition of weather and climate is nature's attempt to balance out what she can't balance out because of the way nature which created so what happens is you will see in the book is a passionate defence based on uh blogs that i've written of my methodology and uh some of the things that are going on to say folks this isn't the big deal everybody is saying it is and you would think that someone like me now you know how much i love extreme weather mike you know me since would back at the accu weather days and you know i i basically the kind of guy that looks for trouble and wants to supply the forecast four and the fact is that if anything if if you actually look at the way the earth with the earth is warming it is warming where it is coldest in dryest during the cold seasons mid some warming in terms of nightly lows as come up a little bit the maximum daily highs have not come up and what does this tell you tells you that you have a shrinking range your temperatures maybe a little bit higher than it was before point two points free c globally over the last thirty five years and and where people live with 95 percent of the people live it's much elapses more like point once they but what is that doing that is actually an argument for less extreme weather events and so what they do in this a chapter in the book called the weaponization of the weather they are simply using every single thing that happens.
"dryest" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Going to be moments in addition we do feel with the cold in place that there's going to be more snow especially from the ohio valley up through the nor the mid atlantic in central northern new england as well they've already had a couple of snow storms so as four is uh the housing market goes and maybe a little rough at times looking for housing and if you're buying a home in you love snow that maybe the place to go this coming winter paul let's now move on to the midwest where extreme cold and deep snow are certainly no strangers what is going to happen there well i think this could be you know the best of both worlds here i think they're going to get the snow it'll come on occasion in the midwest early on but by february i think it gets very active the storm tract just works out nicely for places like chicago in st louis in indianapolis i think they get hit pretty good farther north it's going to be all about the cold of we've had a couple of very cold snaps that have come down already and i think they are still more to come as we get into uh midjanuary especially i see now how about the south as you said earlier we've all seen the video of the snow man down in louisiana already is this going to be a rough winter down south well i think it's going to be in period i don't think it's gonna be like this the entire winner we're going to have another episode around the christmas holidays for this to happen i do think that that's going to take place they're going to be some snow and ice down there again but then it may break off and shift the bad weather maybe farther north and east of that region it will fly down so i think it's gonna be in episodes throughout the winter season which is good news instead of getting pounded after pounded after pounding we're gonna give some breaks and between i see now paul how about out west now as we know they've had a pretty rough year though of a wildfires and more now what you they expect for this coming winter in terms of real estate well i'm concerned because this is the dryest area that we have forecasted for this coming winter season especially for california nevada.
"dryest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And saturday and it stays dry right through sunday with highs in the fifties from cbs 4 meteorologist chris spears on koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm we clouds and 62 degrees it has chris says it is warm right now for november but is this the dryest november had on record we ask chris spears that in he says it's not there have been over twenty other november's in denver drier than this one that just feels like it's extremely dry and even though it is dry and warm in the high country right now that could change instantly last year it was almost identical to this it was very warm very dry and almost like the flip of a switch by about the fifteen th of december the snow machine turned on and our mountains received snow for almost six weeks straight someplace has got up to you know nine ten beat of snow in a sixweek period spear says we may see some moisture by the middle of next week today show host matt lauer no longer works at embassy in minnesota public radio cutting ties with garrison keillor nbc news president anti lack notified staff of lowers firing shortly before this morning show it on the air the network cited inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace the embassy memo did not detail the allegation but the new york post says at centers on an alleged sexual assault at the 2014 olympic games and so cheap garrison keillor former hosts and produce serve a prairie home companion was fired over allegations of inappropriate behaviour us senator marco rubio not entirely behind the senate republican tax bill while the measure now includes his proposal to double the child tax credit to two thousand dollars it is not refundable against payroll taxes and rubio is still pushing for that house speaker paul ryan expects things to get ironed out it's a big week for tax reform i want the american people to realize that we're sitting here focusing on making this place work right a making people proud of this institution and serving in solving their problems republicans say the tax cuts will help the middle class while boosting the economy democrats say the tax cuts will blow up the.
"dryest" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The golden state when the ground is dryest and the winds are strongest flames broke out across the state this week because of the perfect firestorm called diablo winds in northern california and santa anna wins in the south those wins can gust up to near hurricane strength racing down slope from the mountains and consent embers a half mile igniting dry brush all over what made the fires this week so catastrophic wasn't that it hit but where it here seventy miles per hour gusts in northern california's densely populated wine country fanned flames that loves watts of communities like santa rosa in ruins jonathan cox is a battalion chief with cal fire the sheer size and scope of these fires right knows is massive wildfire since monday morning in southern cal of gordon you have followed a similar pattern in anaheim hills south of los angeles kenyan heights dr lost five homes in three hours even today firefighters and homeowners battled hotspots but these deadly and destructive fires could have been much worse the winds died down today darren wyatt is with anaheim fire and rescue says the random this of which holds got it which owns were spared striking it does but it's very random for the fact that we've been able to save as many as we have a remarkable four firefighters in northern california this forecasts will get worse tomorrow night high winds low humidity anthony this fire season has just begun here in california and it's off to a scary start march rodman in anaheim thanks and later in the broadcasts will show you the impact of the fires on the california wine industry what started as a trickle of allegations against movie mogul harvey weinstein has now become a flood today the new york times reported actors win of all throw and angelina jolie say weinstein sexually harassed them hillary clinton said she was shocked and appalled by the revelations and.
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"Stanford university suggested that jordan one of the world's dryest countries could face more severe droughts unless new technologies are applied in farming and other sectors the us house of voted tisby the introduction of selfdriving cars by giving the federal government authority to exempt automakers from safety standards not applicable to the technology the bill also permit deployment of up to one hundred thousand of the vehicles annually of for the next several years state and local officials have raised concern that it limits their ability to protect the safety of their citizens by giving to the federal government solar authority to regulate the vehicle's design and performance states would still decide whether to permit selfdriving cars on the roads generally the federal government regulates the vehicle while states ray late the driver automakers have complained that a patchwork of laws states the past in recent years would hamper deployment of the vehicles which they seized the future of the industry selfdriving cars are forecast to dramatically lower traffic fatalities once they are on the road in significant numbers members of the senate commerce committee are also working on selfdriving car legislate russian but a bill hasn't been introduced a giant image of star wars character princess lawyer has been cut into a cornfield in evansville indiana jeremy global design the mazen february more than a month after carrie fisher's death in december as a way to honour her he planted that this spring using a gps device the coroner's novocur and it's trails outlined the star wars characters space distinctive hair style and part of her upper body the may is a global farms is open to pain customers britain's national theatre says that the claimed production of angels in america is heading to broadway andrew garfield nathan lane lead the cast of tony kushner's gay fantasia national themes which opens at the neil simon theater in new york for eighteen weeks beginning february 23rd most of london castle make the journey it will be the first time the pulitzer prizewinning plays been seen on broadway since its original production in 1993 producers they.
"dryest" Discussed on The Compass
"Capanic us relied on his naked eye and a few rudimentary instruments he never looked through a telescope and he certainly never imagined that the scintillating light of the stars was only a fraction of their full glory but he's exciting east to know that we are on the frontier all ma is a step much further than we could have ever anticipated you are seeing things on nobody else has seen before no hello hello daniela yes aom hi it's dave a sober calling i met the greenwich observatory yes i'm ansari here from a real brutal side from observatory at five thousand meters above sea level that's great i couldn't quite believe we got through to alma to speak to d'angelo vidal who oversees all visits to the site even though it was made by telephone what can you see from my desk here i can see oh like 50 m than us all her in the mountains on ah why big grey sky covered by clouds we're having a beautiful sunny day here surrey will actually here we have three hundred these are your with no tell at all i mean absolutely the blue sky but today is just different as much as i'd love to travel there in person the alma observatory is difficult to reach from chile's capital san diego you take a two hour flight north to the copper mining town of unter gaston and then drive at least five hours through the world's dryest desert rural over twenty years in development alma involved scientists from nineteen countries in north and south america asia and europe when i started through susan sweeping bill called alma that was off in the future.
"dryest" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Who well we've got the the current that warms us up and across the atlantic so that size warm and then we've got the north sea coming down said the average around the whole coast at the k in summer into summer temperatures only thales site minus forty whenever i guess humane and and we got gauging king and maybe going to hurry the team there are 12 twelve throw twelve no bad actually you're going to have to have a because they are she fifteen to twenty degrees is the average are you a little bit low it's a is a bit warmer than you had anticipated as a statistician i must object to given a point tom second argument into next time i'll try i'll try harder next time right okay back to team to where we go from went to dry now where do you think you to the dryest place is on earth dryest place on earth i think it may be some parts of drawing rock in antarctica we can go at that best as the gas but i think with some very very dry bits of antarctica aca i am at is a little bit of a guess i i mean i was thinking i don't know why for some reason may be i just loved it there but i was gonna say someplace and morocco but we can go of antarctica i like your answer vetter chris can only be untouchable yes uh go to point a myth so mcmurdo drawing hobbies in antarctica has seen any ring for over fourteen million years this area surrounded by trim highmountain sleep lucky from the flow of ice so you have 14th to is in the lead at the moment so banks to team won and that means eat the best you can do is hope to save you'll reputation so try this one then so speaking of lack of rainfall how much of the earth is covered in desserts do you think sara and simon.
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"The vatican's fountains including those in saint peter's square because of italy's drowned the vatican is on the course of shutting down its fountains right now there are a lot of them are it's obviously a way the vatican is doing its part to help rome get through this crisis book says the decision is linked pope francis his teachings only environment shutting down the fountains is also very much in the line with the pope's way of thinking about ecology uh uh you you can't waste and you have to be ready at times to make sacrifices francis lay down his fears for the future the wilson farmington in 2015 and psychological a formal teaching document meterologist say spring 2017 was italy's third dryest in some sixty years the drought has put roman risk for dress stick water rationing a measure being considered later this week by authorities for the ap i'm shoals go through figures some from world this australia's be accused by the united nations of going back out a deal to resettle some refugees who attempted to reach the country by boat foreign minister julie bishop says there's been no change either refugee policy on not cussing expression sunk sign that my understanding is is straining government's position as being cleaned inconsistent to us and not hit any change those arrangements if people think to arrive legally if they pay criminal people nick glitz and not transferred to reaching crisis centre that will not be settled straight boosted by commissioner for the united nations high command for refugees volcker turk says he felt that there was a clear understanding from prime minister malcolm turnbull that for special cases rules would be lose he didn't give us assurances because we did percent cases hit but he did agree that we would be able to present such cases and in subsequent one a new radio new jersey jackie quinn with the help of a recovering senator john mccain the senate voted to open debate on a new healthcare law president trump praised the vote at a young town oh halle ohio rally only a few hours ago the senate approved a vote to begin debating the repealing and replacing obamacare democrats are criticizing the move to force a vote on a bill that they say will delete coverage for millions of people the navy says a tense encounter.