35 Burst results for "Earthquakes"

Trump ally Kari Lake wins GOP primary for Arizona governor

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Trump ally Kari Lake wins GOP primary for Arizona governor

"Trump endorsed candidate Terry Lake has won the Republican primary for Arizona governor A former TV news anchor who centered false claims of election fraud in her campaign Carrie Lake secured the Republican gubernatorial nomination in Arizona That puts her up against Democrat Katie Hobbs Arizona Secretary of State in November Lake appeared to be trailing on election night when she thanked her supporters And I want to thank president Donald J Trump He's the one that got this whole thing going But she pulled into the lead against primary opponent Karen Taylor Robson after Maricopa County released the results from thousands of ballots that had been dropped off at the polls After the race was called Lake issued a statement saying arizonans who have been forgotten by the establishment just delivered a political earthquake On her social media Lake says she's thrilled to be speaking right before Trump at the conservative political action conference in Dallas on Saturday Audio courtesy canon XV I'm Jennifer King

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Strong quake kills 5, injures dozens in northern Philippines

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Strong quake kills 5, injures dozens in northern Philippines

"A strong earthquake has set off landslides and damaged buildings in the northern Philippines killing at least 5 people and injuring dozens The 7 magnitude quake was centered in a mountainous area of abra province but its force was felt in Manila too where hospital patients were evacuated and terrified people rushed indoors in a chilling near death experience Filipino photojournalist Harley palenque and companions who were traveling down hill in two vans in mountain province when they suddenly heard thunder like thuds and saw an avalanche of boulders as big as cars reigning down just ahead of them I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Strong quake kills 4, injures dozens in northern Philippines

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Strong quake kills 4, injures dozens in northern Philippines

"A strong earthquake has killed at least four people and injured dozens and damaged buildings in the northern Philippines Santas say the 7th magnitude quake was centered around abra province in a mountainous area where at least one person was killed and over 20 injured other villagers died and several more injured in provinces near abra a safety officer in a town near the epicenter has told the AP the ground shook like I was on a swing president Ferdinand Marcos junior who took office less than a month ago said the chandeliers suede and clanked in the presidential palace he plans to travel to the hardest hit areas on Thursday I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Gina McCarthy: Joe Biden Wants to Resolve Heat Stress

Mark Levin

01:12 min | Last month

Gina McCarthy: Joe Biden Wants to Resolve Heat Stress

"But Gina McCarthy lay down the law She's not done Cut four go We're going to be moving forward with investments not just only in the bipartisan industry To the latter she's from Rhode Island Go ahead Which the president managed to get past to advance efforts to protect people from heat stress and to move forward with labor protection Heat stress All these So they're going to they're going to pass laws that help us with heat stress Now all these people moving to Florida who are confronting heat stress right now I wonder what they think about this They're going to make it America so we have the perfect temperature Like only the Democrats and their laws can do We're going to have the perfect temperature Everywhere in the country And no earthquakes no earthquake no flooding no hurricanes

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Joe Biden Blames Climate Change on Republicans

Mark Levin

01:11 min | Last month

Joe Biden Blames Climate Change on Republicans

"Kawan go Climate change is literally an existential threat to our nation and to the world So my message today is this My message today is please let's pray to the sun gods Let's beg them Let's beg them please Let's beg them Please stop Stop at the scorched earth Let's pray to the earthquake gods Please stop Let's pray to the hurricane and tornado gods Please stop Well sacrifice our babies if you'll stop We just won't sacrifice contraception That we won't do Go ahead Since Congress is not acting as it should and these guys here are but we're not getting many Republican votes This is an emergency An emergency And I will I will look at it that way I said listen the Republicans are causing heat And the rise of the oceans colder winters hotter summers earthquakes tornadoes hurricanes It's the damn Republicans

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Five dead, dozens injured in strong earthquake in Iran

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Five dead, dozens injured in strong earthquake in Iran

"Several people have been killed and dozens others injured after a magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck southern Iran rescue teams rushed to the epicenter about 620 miles south of the capital Tehran In this small village of sage kosh rescue workers attempted to retrieve those stuck under the rubble immediately after the early morning quake residents poured into the streets as aftershocks continued to jolt the area buildings and infrastructure were badly damaged throughout one woman told of her ordeal as she was taken away on a stretcher I

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Martha Raddatz Lies in Monologue About Roe Ruling

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last month

Martha Raddatz Lies in Monologue About Roe Ruling

"And one of them would be Martha raddatz Martha raddatz who had the obamas at her wedding Now listen to this ABC's this week Cut three go On Friday morning women in this country like they have for nearly 50 years woke up with a constitutional right to abortion a right enshrined by the Supreme Court's 1973 decision in roe V wade and reaffirmed again and again Stop That's not correct Matter of fact in the last trimester the state has a right to interfere Have you ever read the roe V wade decision Martha There you have it And there have been restrictions on abortion throughout the country depending on the circumstances and other and other matters You don't have a quote unquote right to an abortion Except in a handful of states a half a dozen states right up to the end But in the other states you don't You have some issues that put some limitations It's called the science Martha So you start out with a flat out lie because you're emoting Go ahead After 10 a.m. on Friday a legal earthquake The court stripping women of that fundamental right The court didn't strip women of a right to have an abortion This is why people get confused This is why they're misinformed because of the disinformation campaign of the media That is a lie

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Pakistan plane carrying aid joins Afghan quake relief effort

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Pakistan plane carrying aid joins Afghan quake relief effort

"A Pakistan military cargo plane carrying relief goods for Afghanistan's earthquake affected people is providing tents food and medical supplies Thousands have been left homeless or injured by this week's powerful quake in eastern Afghanistan which state media said killed 1150 people and aftershock on Friday took 5 more lives among the dead from Wednesday's magnitude 6 quake a 121 children and that figure is expected to climb says the UN children's agency representative in the country He says close to 70 children were injured mansoor Ahmad Khan Pakistan's ambassador in the Afghan capital of Kabul says relief goods dispatched by Pakistan are now with Taliban officials I'm Charles De

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 Death toll from Afghanistan's quake rises to 1,150 people

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Death toll from Afghanistan's quake rises to 1,150 people

"The death toll from a devastating earthquake in Afghanistan has continued to climb days after it turned brick and stone homes into rubble Afghan state media says the quake has killed 1150 and injured some 3000 while the UN has put the number of dead at around 7 70 people either toll makes this the deadliest quake to hit Afghanistan in two decades despite some international aid flowing to the impacted villages in the east to provide people with food and tents villages are mostly on their own digging by hound for survivors the country of 38 million people is in the midst of a spiraling economic

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Earthquake Kills More Than 1,000 People in Eastern Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Earthquake Kills More Than 1,000 People in Eastern Afghanistan

"Afghanistan isn't the biggest story of the day in terms of actual human impact is the massive earthquake that hit along the Pakistan border within Afghanistan, Paktika is the province in which it struck in more than a thousand are dead and the rule of 5 applies with every third world country, which is when they say a thousand people are dead, you can multiply that by 5 and you've begun to get the estimate. It's a pretty devastating earthquake. Your prayers and your donations will be solicited. National security adviser, Jake Sullivan, said in a statement the United States will be providing humanitarian aid, of course we will. We always do. Those poor people though are going to be at the mercy of the Taliban ministry of disasters or whatever they call it, they're not particularly good at this. They're good at war, and they've been very good at war for many, many decades, sort of. They've been good at guerrilla war.

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At Least 1,000 Killed in Afghanistan Earthquake, Officials Say

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

At Least 1,000 Killed in Afghanistan Earthquake, Officials Say

"Local people throughout eastern Afghanistan are digging graves in villages reduced to rubble by a powerful earthquake that killed at least 1000 people One villager interviewed by the state run news agency says in pashtu 35 members of his family died in the quake including his sons and grandchildren meanwhile survivors are digging many by hand through hard to reach villages in the east which had been reduced to rubble the agency adds an estimated 1500 others are reported injured the quake is Afghanistan's deadliest in two decades and officials say the toll could rise I'm Charles De

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 Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 920 people

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 920 people

"A powerful earthquake in eastern Afghanistan has damaged buildings and killed hundreds of people Cell phone video provided by Afghanistan state news agency shows victims hurt in a magnitude 6.1 earthquake early Wednesday being treated outside of a clinic in a remote village near the border with Pakistan The narrator describes a rush of injuries and asks for emergency measures to be taken The earthquake could be felt at least 300 miles away in Pakistan and India images circulating online from Paktika province showed destroyed stone houses with residents picking through clay bricks and other rubble and people being carried into helicopters to be evacuated An emergency official puts the death toll over 900 and likely to rise The UN resident coordinator in Afghanistan says the response is on its way Many international aid agencies left the country last year after the Taliban took over complicating rescue and aid efforts I'm

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The Significance of the GOP's Upset in South Texas

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 2 months ago

The Significance of the GOP's Upset in South Texas

"I believe we are seeing the beginning stages the start of the movie, the coming attractions. Of what will be anywhere between a 60 to 80 to 100 seat majority coming into November. For the conservative movement. What we saw last night is as you kind of see throughout the summer, you see these primaries. So in Nevada, Adam lacks salt one who we were behind and we've had in our program quite a lot. We saw Tom rice lose in South Carolina. We are going to talk about that. We saw lots of primary races that were significant, but the most shocking victory last evening happened in a district that would be considered to be a throwaway district for Republicans. It's a district that the ruling class of the Republican Party never would take seriously. It's a district that back in 2016. Democrats won this district by 20 5 points. In 2018, Democrats won this district by 19 points. In 2020, Democrats won it by 13 points, but this is not a district like any other. This is a district in the Rio Grande valley in Texas. This is the second most Hispanic district in the country. Second most Hispanic district in the whole nation. It is 80 4% Hispanic. 84% of the district is Hispanic. Republicans have not won this seat since reconstruction. It has been a reliable Democrat seat because of its significant Hispanic population. In 2016, just 6 years ago, when Hillary Clinton ran for president, they won by 25 points. That is a blowout that there is no candidate running against it. You might as well just run that that is as solidly blue of a seat as you could possibly comprehend. So what happened last evening? A political earthquake has started. And it's going to build past even November. I think what we are going to see is the beginning stages of the Democrat party being displaced from meaningful political power in the chambers of our federal government in every single swing state and yes, of course, obviously, every center right state across the

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Three Takeaways From the June 14 Primary Elections

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Three Takeaways From the June 14 Primary Elections

"So last night I'm going into my three takeaways from the show From the election excuse me last night My three big takeaways opening segment was about takeaway number one how to handle the Trump endorsement or or the lack thereof Again don't lose your mind Don't do an Adam kinzinger at least Cheney Adam kinzinger again attacking the capitol police has worked today and the guy's just disgusting I mean he's just a chump in a coward Kensinger Cheney just as bad just awful people Don't lose your mind Take the Nancy mace kem approach and say I wish I got the endorsement I didn't I support the Trump agenda was and maybe going forward and that's how you stay and stay in office It's really that simple Take away number two The most important one The earthquake last night sent through the Democrats long-term election strategery is hard to explain to you It's hard to explain in words how important this is You know I was saying earlier in the podcast how I remember in these anthropology evolutionary biology kind of courses right I used to take that I love There was this concept of punctuated equilibrium not to get too deep in the weeds because I don't remember the weeds that well myself I just remember being fascinated by this It's this idea that species evolve gradually and gradually over time and you can see it in a fossil record right As you dig and dig and dig And then all of a sudden boom Some crazy event happens whatever A volcano explodes a Krakatoa like event and asteroid or a comet hits earth And next thing you know you see this massive change in species It's like this Ellie from that movie deep impact and extinction level event And it changes everything The species changed the composition of life on earth changes Now little dramatic that example but I'm telling you what's happening right now with the Hispanic voters You got it With the Hispanic voters thank you What's happening with Hispanic voters across the country Is that level of Ellie for the Democrats and extinction level event

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California Elections End With Earthquake Results

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 2 months ago

California Elections End With Earthquake Results

"Welcome, I'm Hugh Hewitt inside the beltway live on the morning after elections across the country from New Jersey to California and in California. Every candidate that we backed and every measure that we backed either one or our leading, most significantly, the San Francisco electric tossed out the Soros prosecutor, chase boudin, and I mean chase a boudin. They tossed him way out. They drop kicked in. So far out of the city by the bay, they are sick to death of having, oh, that's not a crime. I'll go take $950 if you want prosecutor. Oh, no bail. They are sick to death of it in Phoenix and sick to death of it in Philly. They're sick to death of it in LA. Rick Caruso won the first past the post, but he didn't get the 50%. I didn't think that was possible, but he will be the prohibitive favorite in the fall. Karen Bass is very nice 68 year old lady who just could not handle LA's disasters any more than the person sitting next to you on the bus this morning could. They just don't have the skills that she's been in Congress talking to herself and 8 Democrats for forever. Rick Russo is a developer and he is chairman of the board of the UFC and all that stuff. He's going to win and maybe LA has a chance.

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Strong quake shakes southern Peru, but no report of victims

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Strong quake shakes southern Peru, but no report of victims

"A strong earthquake has hit Peru The magnitude 7.2 quake has shaken a remote region of southern Peru sending frightened people running into the streets in nearby Bolivia too though there have been no immediate reports of damage or injury The U.S. geological survey says the 7 a.m. quake was sent at 8 miles northwest of azam garo but was fairly deep 135 miles beneath the surface the quake swayed some buildings in La Paz the capital of neighboring Bolivia and was felt in other Peruvian cities as well as in northern Chile I'm Charles De

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The U.S. Wouldn't Exist Without the Great Awakening

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

The U.S. Wouldn't Exist Without the Great Awakening

"And I think it's important for us to know our history and to know these histories of revival that these things have happened in the past. And the United States of America would not exist if it hadn't been for the first great awakening. It was an amazing thing where thousands and thousands and thousands of people up and down the 13 colonies became born again and understand we can govern ourselves. We don't need a big government. I mean, all these things follow and I really do think you're right that we're living in a season right now. We're seeing earthquakes in the heavenly. We're seeing things happen. The overturning of roe V wade, it's kind of like the fall of the Soviet Union. People would dream, never dream that it's ever going to go away. It's been decades and the lord hears the prayers of his saints. It will go away and the enemy will scream louder because this is like a sacrament for the secular left. They don't really know what it is that they talk about these platitudes about women's rights and reproductive rights. It's something very, very dark. It's harmed women more than anything. And I do think that you're right, we're seeing things I think we're going to see election transparency. Because people are waking up, they're getting serious. And they're saying, we need to get involved in politics. We need to get involved in our local elections. We need to get involved in everything because we've taken our eyes off the ball and the enemy has come in like a flood, but the spirit of the lord is raising up a standard against

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#38  Holy Week, part 3 - burst 4

Jesus Stories

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

#38 Holy Week, part 3 - burst 4

"Jesus begins by telling his disciples what signs to look for. The first one is misleading messiahs, don't be misled, he says, there will be impostors come and claim to be messiah. Many people will believe them, then he says you'll hear of wars and rumors of wars. Don't panic, he says, this is just the beginning. Yes, these things must take place, but the end won't follow immediately. Nation will go to war against nation and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in many parts of the world, but all of this is only the first of the birth pains, with more to come. As these events happen, you're going to be arrested, handed over to local councils, beaten in the synagogue, and that's the Jewish version of church outside of the temple, you'll also stand trial before the civil authorities,

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"earthquakes" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Many large earthquakes throughout history. Many of them share very common stories in terms of the devastation which they left behind what sets the great lisbon earthquake. Apart from other such disasters is that it was really three different disasters that hit the city on the same day. All three disasters had the same genesis but the sequence in which they hit. The city made the day far more deadly than it would have been otherwise as i mentioned in the introduction november. I was a holy day on the catholic calendar which meant that. Everyone was supposed to attend church that morning. This actually is an important fact. That will play into the story later. The population of lisbon in seventeen fifty five was approximately two hundred and seventy five to three hundred thousand people. Lisbon was the capital of the portuguese empire which held territory in europe south africa africa asia and many smaller islands in between this made lisbon one of the most important cities in the world at the time at nine thirty a. m. as people were going to or attending church. The first tremor struck they were loud and noticeable but they didn't cause much in the way of destruction the console from the city of hamburg. Germany later reported quote. We i heard a rumble like the noise of a carriage and it became louder and louder until it was as loud as the loudest noise of a gun immediately after that we felt the i tremble unquote based on what happened. Modern estimates are that there was a slip in the azores gibraltar transform. Fault this fault line that runs. Approximately from the strait of gibraltar. to the a'sore islands. One tectonic plate was thrust over another and the movement of land might have been as much as one cluster. The epicenter of the earthquake was believed to have been just off the southwestern most point of portugal near cape saint vincent at nine forty a m. The main earthquake hit church bells ringing all over the city and just as quickly buildings began to collapse. The churches which were full of people were the largest source of casualties for a period of ten minutes. There were three major quakes that shook the city to its foundations. It's estimated that the earthquake measured eight point four on the richter scale just to give you an idea of how much the ground moved in the middle of lisbon city center. There were fissures in the ground. Five meters or sixteen feet wide. The earthquake was the first of the three disasters as the quake was in progress..

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"earthquakes" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on Short Wave

"Love it or your first hour is free because it wise and we take learning personally so my conversation with wendy bo han georgia slash science communicator. Started with the basics. I what is an earthquake. Okay so the most common type is a tectonic one and that's when the massive plates of rock on the surface of the earth move and they get stuck at their edges. Friction holds them there but stress builds up and eventually the motion of the plates overcomes that friction causing the rocks to break and slide. What we think of an earthquake are the waves that come off of this breaking and sliding so when the rocks break they produce energy in the form of waves that travels both across the surface and through the interior of the earth. That's the shaking that we think of as earthquakes but the earthquake itself is actually the rocks breaking and that's seismic data is gathered by organizations around the world including us universities. Wendy works at a consortium of over one hundred universities here in the us. It's called the incorporated research institutions for seismology or iris for short. But no matter who's gathering the data they all use pretty much the same fundamental tool to detect earthquakes. The instruments are unbelievably cool. They're called seismometers. And there are thousands of them all over the world. We place them and basically any anywhere that we can. We do it strategically usually around areas that have active faults but there's also caches of instruments that can be used after an earthquake happens so Scientists will get those instruments and we'll deploy them or put them out near where a big earthquake has just happened so that we can learn more about what's happening underground so you can think of every seismometers almost like a pixel and a camera right.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on KGO 810

"Earthquakes What I was noticing with the earthquakes. And we went into the break into my inbox in my emails at 12 31 came from Sandra felt patch. I live in San Ravel. And, um, this is a it sent me this story. About these. These earthquakes is swarm of earthquakes US. In Walker, California A 6.0 earthquake struck near the southern the Northern California Nevada border. Yesterday, it sent items flying off the shelves triggered rock slides. A swarm of aftershocks also followed the quake, hence the term aftershocks and kept residents on edge Friday. The larger quake it was originally recorded at 5.9 later revised to six point out was felt as far away as Las Vegas and the San Francisco Bay Area Red Residents of Sacramento County in Carson City. Nevada, also felt the quake and some of its residual aftershocks. Um it was reported just before four. It was centered just south of Lake Tahoe and near Walker in Mono County. The shaking sent rocks tumbling into roadways and Walker and Colville, causing road closures and traffic delays. The larger quake was followed by dozens of aftershocks, including at least a half dozen of magnitude four or above, according to the USGS. All aftershocks felt on Friday. As of noon. We're a magnitude 3.7 and below. So you know, Since since I came on the air, there are still aftershocks, but they're diminishing in their intensity, so they're below 3.73 point seven and below. Experts are telling people that the aftershocks are expected to persist for several days. This one that happened yesterday was the largest earthquake recorded in the area since a 6.1 In 1994. State. Emergency crews worked through the night to survey for damage. Minor damage was found. There weren't any significant effects to infrastructure. Um, you know, and this is just a reminder. I mean, there's more about this, but it looks as if you know there wasn't significant damage because of the area in which this occurred. And then, of course they give us the tips that I think most of us know. Drop cover. Hold on in a safe place. If you don't have sturdy, finished furniture, sit on the floor next to an interior wall and cover your head and neck with your arms. You know, we used to say, stand in a doorway, and now we're told. Do not stand in a doorway. Pick a safe place in each room of your home, workplace or school that might be under a piece of furniture. If it's nice and sturdy against an interior wall away from Windows bookcases are tall furniture that could Fall on you. Um yeah, and be aware of evacuation plans as well. And you can take some certain precautions. Um, like, keep a flashlight and good shoes by your bed. In case it strikes in the middle of the night. Make sure your home is securely anchored to its foundation. How would you know? How do you know? I mean, do you have to bring an inspector around? I mean, how do you know? It should be aren't all houses securely anchored to their foundations? Uh, bolt embraced water heaters and gas appliances to wall studs. Both bookcases. China cabinets. Other 12 furniture to wall studs. Hang heavy items like pictures and mirrors away from beds. Couches in anywhere, people sleep or sit Brace overhead light fixtures in straw install strong latches or bulls on cabinet. Larger, heavy items should be closest to the floor and learned how to shut off your gas valves in your home. Keep a wrench handy for that purpose. This is that's really good advice. Usually they just tell us make sure you have plenty of water. Get you have a phone A handy make sure your phones are charged. I think those are really, really good pieces of advice. So anyway, I I one of the reasons that I'm paying attention to this is because of my earthquake alert system. And I have that. Because we're prone to earthquakes, and because it seems as if we're do So the swarms that we're experiencing recently, although there have been some where the epicenter has been in the Bay Area. Um, the ones that we've been experiencing the strongest ones seem to be closer to Nevada, you know, really close to the California Nevada border. I don't know what that bodes for us here in the Bay Area, if about anything at all or if that's just completely different, false system and we don't really have to worry about that. That that's a precursor to anything that's going to happen here, in any event were in earthquake country always be prepared, and when these things happen, whether it's directly in your area or just outside of your area or on the state line Um, take it just as a reminder that we need to do what we can to be prepared because there's no question that there will be an earthquake. The question is, when we never know exactly when it's going to strike. Look, I have a story that I want to share with you. And this is such a good story. Have you ever been in a position where you've watched, um restaurants? Throw out food. Um It seems like it was a long, long time It was. I guess it was a couple of decades ago, I worked selling Nordic tracks in a mall and this was in South Florida. And what was very upsetting to me was that I would say every single evening I would see in the food court. All of these places and some of the food was pretty darn good. They would, you know, pick up all the food that they hadn't sold and they would throw it away. Now they would spend just before closing like 15 minutes before closing, you could go and you could buy everything was really cheap. They would discount everything. But whatever wasn't sold, they gathered it up and they threw it away. And I threw a little hissy fit. I said, What are you doing? There are people who are hungry. There are food banks. There are places their shelters. There are places you can donate the food, too. And I was told that again. This was in Florida. I was told they can't and they can't because of, um health code violations that you can't just donate these foods from a restaurant and I thought it was cuckoo crazy, and I still think it's coo coo crazy. Well, now comes this app. It's a food waste app, and it's called too good to go. And what it does is, it saves leftovers from San Francisco restaurants. What it does is, it allows you to buy this food that otherwise is likely to go into the landfill. Now I want to share with you. This the writer of this article at SF Gate I want to share with you what she says as she experienced this, she says, as I walk out of San Francisco grocery chain Lukes local on a recent Tuesday evening I feel an unexpected wave of guilt wash over me in my hand is a heavy brown paper bag packed full of eight pieces of produce a ham and goat cheese sandwich, a loaf of seeded country bread. Fancy looking almond poundcake to chocolate sea salt cookies and a pack of pita bread. Somehow I only paid 5 99 for this hall that will feed me in various ways for at least a week. The pound cake alone has a price sticker on it that says 13 99 On this day, the day I feel like I paid a small fee to rob a bank. I decided to get all my meals at least for a 24 hour period through the new app too good to go. An anti food waste company that helps facilitate getting excess.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Shake them and terrify us. Earthquakes can destroy us. The snow falls and kids play in it, and avalanche falls and people are killed. The fire that warms us can turn on us and destroyed hundreds and thousands of acres. The son that we enjoy can parch the earth and burn our crops. If God really is in control of nature, these acts of God could lead us to believe that he doesn't always care for us like a tender father. Let's take a closer to home. Your mind is marvellous, but it could be so so upset by mental illness. Your body that thrived in your youth may be weakened by disease and certainly wears down with age. Your body and mind flourished once But now nature is working against you. Young Eric was quite insightful. God has the whole world in his hands. But nature sometimes suggests that God drops it. Eric God doesn't drop it. The truth is the way the Bible tells it, that God is the Lord of nature. God doesn't have the world of nature quite where he wants it. Once he did Genesis. Chapter one says this In the beginning, God created heaven and Earth. The Earth was formless. Sen, MD and darkness covered the deep water. Nature at that time was AH mixed up chaotic mess. Nothing was distinguishable like day and night Sun and Moon mountains and fields and all the specific things we see today in the world of nature. It was a mixed up watery mess that was enveloped in darkness. Over that dark, watery chaos hovered the spirit of God. The spirit of God was hovering over the water. Says Genesis Chapter one, verse two. You might say that God really was on top of the world of nature hovering over it as his spirit did. God decided to bring order out of that chaos. And you know how he did it. He spoke a word. Then God said, Let there be light, so there was light. God saw the light was good. Genesis Chapter one Verses three and four. And God didn't stop. There was still more good to do. If you remember your Bible history. You recall that God made all the things that fill the world around us today. Say a night sun and moon mountains and fields, plants and animals. And God does good work. The Bible tells us over and over again that God looked at the nature that he had made and saw that it was good. That was the time when nature was just the way God wanted it his perfect creation. But something happened as we have ample proof all about us. We're back now, to the idea that maybe God drops it from time to time. Something corrupted the world of nature so that it sometimes does the terrible things we talked about. Earthquakes and so on. What happened in the world of nature is very much like what has happened to human nature. God not only made A A and night sun and moon mountains and fields, plants and animals, But God also made a special creation man and woman. Like some folks say today, God doesn't make junk. He made the first people Adam and Eve could he made them the Bible tells us in his likeness. You can't get any better any more perfect than to be made in the likeness of God. Did Adam and Eve ever think that God dropped it? Not at all. They were living in a perfect place. No earthquakes, no floods, no lightning, starting fires and the like. Perfect people in a perfect place. The Garden of Eden. We call it But They sinned. They disobeyed God. They did what they selfishly wanted to do rather than what God wanted them to do. My will not mine be done. They dropped it, not God. So when Adam and Eve did that the perfect creation was corrupted. Their bodies became subject to death. It's in the Bible tells us has brought death into the world. And thinking now of earthquakes, and such the rest of the world of nature was no longer perfect because of their sin. Thorns and thistles started to grow, making it more difficult to raise crops. You gardeners and farmers know that Childbirth, which is still a marvel became a painful part of nature for a woman. People today talk about polluting the environment. The greatest environmental pollution of all time came when Adam and Eve sinned. After God in his goodness had hovered over the dark waters and brought order out of chaos. Mankind dropped it and turn back to that chaos. That's why you might think that God drops it every once in a while. He's not dropping it by our sins. We have become unruly and sin has made nature unruly, too. Oh, God. Give us a word of hope. That word comes for Eric for you for me. God spoke a decisive word. Let there be light. God is still hovering over all the darkness that sin has brought into this world and is saying a word that is guaranteed to show us how much he really does care for us. A word that God speaks over our chaotic world is nothing less than his son. Jesus Christ. Jesus is the eternal word of God. In the beginning was the word and the word was with God. And the word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through him, and without him, nothing was made that was made. In him was life and the life was the light of men. And the light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not comprehend it. John Chapter one versus one through five. Jesus Christ his God's word of light into the chaos of our world. Jesus died so that our corrupted human nature could be restored Toe holiness and purity. That's why ST Paul says the God who commanded light to shine out of darkness has shown in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. Second Corinthians Chapter four, verse six. When you believe that You start to trust the Bible when it tells you that there's a new day coming for you. Things aren't the way God wants them now. Don't read that wrong, God being.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Puerto Rico has not had earthquakes in about a century. So is that part of where this is coming from or is this compounded trauma the from Hurricane Maria and the political instability on the island and now this series of earthquakes so unlike hurricanes where it's companied lead by a season right from the fall there's no predictability to an earthquake. Puerto Ricans are us to natural disasters. That have a beginning middle and end like hurricanes canes as terrible as it can be these aftershocks and sometimes of increase or equal magnitude are very terrifying so at that compounded trauma of a devastating islandwide hurricane. Twenty seventeen political unrest on and off power and water her all of this combined so it's not just an earthquake it's a compilation. Getting ambulances to people who have been affected by the earthquake has been a challenge wjr and we saw a lot of these challenges which is the healthcare infrastructure after Hurricane Maria. What does the mental health infrastructure looked like in Puerto Rico right now? Maria kind of revealed how fragile the mental health infrastructure of Puerto Rico. Wise however Maria brought gift which was awakened interest and importance of training mental health providers on the islands to deliver evidence-based trauma. Focus care so for the past two years. Many agencies have been in building local capacity on the island. However they're still much much help that is needed? Mental health is one of those things that's much more difficult to to discern. I think because it's not the same as having say a broken leg right. So how are people identifying those who are in need of of trauma services right now just as we have first aid responders. We have what's called psychological first aid so these social workers psychologists volunteers and tears. That are trained are going on the ground and talking families assessing basic needs and while they're doing that assessment. They observed for certain things such such as aspiration. Fear several days without sleep or even stomach pains or nervousness rings -IETY and then they triage and refer those that need immediate crisis assistance to you know the boss hotline or APS community healthcare clinics. That have been open in every single angle town that has been affected. The interesting thing here is. I think we're more equipped to handle those immediate crises the aftermath. That's a problem. So if we're continuing to see specifically in children the symptoms of irritability lack of sleep panic attacks wetting the bed. Anxiety of leaving their caregivers is not wanting to go to school. That's when these kids really need a referral to a specialist that is trained in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and ourselves. What above in adults? I guess what are the predictors of resiliency in adults right here when it comes to dealing with these types of disasters resilience in adults looks a lot like these. These are adults that immediately seek social support. Doesn't mean you're less stress but it means that you're being active. Your seeking the help that your children need your hydrating eating. You're trying to eat you're having healthy conversations with your children and honest. Conversations about what happened is a family and you try to maintain contain your routine as much as you can. All these are predictors of resilience in adult. We really need to send a message out or MOMS dads. You need to take care of yourself alf because if you don't put your oxygen mask or kids or not going to be able to put on. There's no doubt ordinary GUAC. Wow is an assistant professor and clinical psychologist at the Medical University of South Carolina or South. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Well I would say that. Many people agreed that the best and biggest response just Hurricane Maria and communities and nonprofit organizations. I mean these are neighbors booking for neighbors nonprofits responding and maybe the churches Going to shelters I was at one shelter in a church group right near the midnight and they brought coffee. They sandwiches long you know was ecstatic. She's like the meal finally coffee. You know so The community has responded again occurring as the first to respond You know federal officials have said that they're pleased with the way. The local government responded in contrast with her she. Yeah where he wasn't prepared didn't have enough suffice this around. They say it's been a seamless operation But again the at least in the beginning was a lot of NGOs a lot of churches Individuals Angels I have several Oneself chat groups and it's just me they were going down to one or two people where getting stuff together. Let's fight tenses by I and so it's just all these individual efforts you get you know the road when you're driving down caravans not only companies but just you know communities and churches Helping out so it's it's similar somebody in the sense that You know people helping other people at the beginning seen some there especially those in the mountainous town where there's not that much damage compared to South Rico. But they're still you know. Crossing the walls are still no power no water and places like hi Julia and doubtful. You know something so they didn't. They don't feel that the response from the local government has and what about the west side. I mean reports coming out of my yet lists and there was What what can what have you heard for? I've seen a reported on about anything from the western side of the island. There's not nearly as much in the western part of the island as a southwest Mesa nations. Like my story Gong. There's been some cracks reported but overall very little damage and a Lotta politics surrounding those animals. Normal stuff like that are saying you know she's come here. We have shelters. We have food. We have water there helping out there. Sending Emergency Rescue crews volunteers to help out shows that the most affected yeah and then The major disaster declaration was was announced by Governor Vasquez on Saturday. I believe it was what one hundred million an estimate about over a little bit around hundred ten million or in damages Have you got any word. I mean anyone talk awesome female I know you WANNA medial with him on Friday with me and others Is there any indication that that The federal government's GonNa be Declaring Lisa South. It's the decorations. Only the southbound at all but What can you share about that Sir if you come? Any indication declared natural disasters on everyone's kind of waiting some clear yet. Be Ema issued a statement saying that they receive. You know the declaration that Governor Wanted Alaska's thing And that's about it you know there's no word yet And many people people are resentful. You know that it's taking this song for her. Not only to sign up ratio but for president trump's comment You know since I reported before for what weighty about eighteen billion In federal funds for her. She might have occurred more than two years ago. So there's a whole you know these fun and even if they are going to quickly so and then I mean I have been on this like I said I mean how would you doing. I mean I hate to put the journalism there. Are you taking care of yourself. I mean because I worry about like my journalist colleagues who are out there around on the seems like you know you've if you've been you've been out putting so much in with But in terms of How do you get through this? I think she'd like why you but you know what I'm saying that I said you are even worse. If you're there you know and I just WanNa ask God sure I appreciate the question and You No it. I'm GonNa put the the answer more to the people. 'cause I mean you're listening job. You know it's really You know this is what we signed up for and our role you know is to To report on what's happening must not happening and Sh- to personally answer question. I mean what what helps me get through all of these other people. I mean it's amazing and this is a repeat of show off and but it's amazing how resilient you know what Are Not only for the reasons. But you know Reporting from natural disasters in the Bahamas and away by drink of people And and that's really I mean you know as a journalist Shorts very long hours very little free a lot of work. But you know you see people going through role. Based on their sense of humor does not appear their sense of Helping other people And just it really really amazes me. I mean it's been sort of one natural disaster disaster after another Korean for the past two years. Roughly and you know that doesn't mean I mean people's capacity for kindness You know for the ability to help others when they themselves are going through. You know the same thing or something worse That's that's really what what keeps me going and you know it may sound trite. But it's amazing to see that So many people affected so many people less you you know literally without their homes or lacking food or water worried about you know where the children going to school and and sort of. Put that aside and Gable to have that empathy with other people. They don't know and help them out. It's just It's really a fifty. You know sort of offense you know all the long hours and endlessly so my last question to you is what's wordings in terms of your coverage. What what are you gonna be looking at in the next couple of days? Obviously there's always the risk that you know. There could be another seismic event on Saturday. I'm sure you know I. It just happened right. I saw so you yesterday like in the morning. And then you're filing and you're getting more. Your birthday was yesterday is what's what's your what's in your mind as the journalists what what are you. What are you gonNA be looking in the next couple of days or even weeks out? I'm not sure we have an important story coming out on Monday Obviously I can't stay in the read read and I mean there's just so much to write about not right now You know swells all night politics. I've been doing a great job on anything man they say Jay Moyer You you know all of them and and the local reporters has won. I mean these people are not only referring the big story but their reporting you know those stories that they consider and local so Elbows paid off our Not Saying a lefty will I would look to them as well for stories but there's so many angles. I mean the the housing issue Where children going to go to school You know it's just he's GonNa set off on another based meal and what does that mean for the islands. I mean you know we're not there to your position There's still diamond I to recover from hurricane money so there's just so much to write about and report on and you know there's so many journalists locally and internationally that are doing this So it's just it's refreshing to see that you know this is still an important topic is still you know. Be viewed at the Bay Story. And they're still so again. A lot of unanswered questions. There's a lot of Discussion about whether the government will on federal whether the responses appropriate this around compared with Hurricane Mighty So a lot of stories to come in weeks and an upcoming months Danika. We're very proud to be a team member. Then we're very very proud to be publishing your work and your colleagues work I completely forgot that you cover the Bahamas as well and we we. We published short stories. I know you did a great job and Katie Eighty but also the palm is. Just thank you for doing. I mean you do such amazing work. I called you and adopted. I mean that's the bottom of my heart on sheer ESA. Ah You know what I mean. It's like it's just keep doing what you're doing because like I said there's a lot of people that respect an entire union in our circles but also in in our community two people have been Really appreciative of your reports. Especially that you've been filing and also have shut out here photo colleague juicy some ourself so does are just been just amazing so Thank you may are much. I appreciate the words I'm Carlos g gee also shoot videos well so he you know twenty four seven. Now he's amazing images guys are doing fantastic work and I would. Also we'll stay intouch. Thank you so much all right cal. I WanNa thank Donny again. For taking in time to give such a excellent summary an update. She's a pro very Accomplished journalist and I really appreciate it her time. follow her Danika Goto. Da An icy a CEO. Te'o on twitter also. We will continue to Publish her stories from Puerto Rico on Latino rebels dot com so be on the lookout for those stories guys. If you like what you heard please please rate and review US share this. We are part of Fudo Media Latino Rebels Radio Two thousand nineteen best multicultural podcasts nominee need from IHEART podcast awards It means a lot if you just share this podcast with friend. Who is not a fan who who wants to subscribe to us and subscribe to us but we really appreciate Danika again for her time and especial shoutout to Luis Luna associate producer of Latino rebels? herbals radio we will be back later this week with another episode of Latino Rebels Radio and like we always do. 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"earthquakes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on KOMO

"Earthquakes even still a catastrophic earthquake can still lead to mud flows in rock falls but newly emerging research focuses specifically on subduction zone earthquakes like our own Cascadia subduction zone these earthquakes trigger your lan size than you might expect the lead scientist on the project tells me that while the study focused along the Oregon coastline similar results would be likely found in parts of western Washington I'm meteorologist Abby a county commonness what does a hundred and fifty million dollars get you in California the highest priced home ever sold it appears ABC's Alex stone explains from Los Angeles it's known as the Beverly hillbillies mansion because it's the home shown in the credits of the classic TV sitcom it is a massive is stated now it's apparently set a new California sales records selling for reportedly about one hundred fifty million dollars sources are telling the LA times the deal is done at one point it was priced at three hundred fifty million each twenty five thousand square feet dome sits on ten acres of prime real estate also part of the deal the former home of president Reagan and wife Nancy which is behind the main gate Alex down ABC news Los Angeles at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on hello insurance money update stocks did more whole lot today ending the session slightly higher the Dow Jones industrials rose twenty nine points the nasdaq composite gained thirty seven the S. and P. five hundred had nine two years ago glassdoor rank Facebook as the best place to work in the U. S..

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"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"And marine key to is Sharon and Brahm from the very very latest CD just came out sharing and Brahmin friends and before that you heard the chardon Polka band with apples peaches. Pumpkin pie from EMMA CD called Pony in the back seat. Ralph covert open up that set from at the bottom of the sea. Many things to know you're listening to the children's is our according to the US Geological Survey the five most dangerous volcanoes in the United States both in terms of their likelihood of exploding bloating and their potential threat to human life and property are Hawaii's monk killilea Washington's Mount Rainier and Mount Saint Helen's Coghlan's Alaska's redoubt volcano and California's Mount Shasta. This is according to the two thousand eighteen update to the US geological illogical survey national volcanic threat assessment. It's the first such update from the USGS. Since two thousand five there are one hundred sixty sixty one young and active. US volcanoes listed in the report and eighteen are designated as very high threat. Thirty nine are listed as is posing a high threat and the remaining one hundred and four volcanoes had threat levels that were either moderate low or very low. The eighteen most was dangerous. Volcanoes in the United States are all in five states Washington Oregon California Alaska and Hawaii and the Super Volcano that we talked about earlier on the show the Yellowstone Caldera. It's ranked at twenty first on the list with a high threat level level. Even though it's potentially incredibly dangerous it's not doing anything at the moment to suggest that an eruption is imminent Alone a minimum of Kimberly Aloha Polo. A clinic. In me and nate mccay Fella who believe they may him Holand McKnight McCabe..

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"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"G. S. DOT GOV up next Ralph covert from a CD. He called at the bottom of the sea right here. On the children's hour there are many many you ways to grow many guy happiness and many things and you know how many Jar Indra. Somebody's but one thing eighty nine in my heart And there are many kinds of many of ny many kinds question many wrong you. Yeah No. How many firefly's it takes to reach the moon? You could non nurse stand beauty. You not without true but one in my. I saw Dante Eh There there are many many ways to grow many guy of the happiness and many things apples ooh ooh ooh means at Boone's ooh Apples peaches pumpkin pie. Apples peaches apples peaches here. Here there hiding everywhere over here and now I will hiding here hiding everywhere go eh in Colorado. Yeah and foul play all the sounds and Ed Saxophone Accordion Eh. Working together to Blake off. Aw Take let's play nations off Bobby Dan back about it. It does not.

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Here on the Children's hour in the studio from UNM's Department Hartman of physics and astronomy. Dr Masumi Roy. Talking earthquakes and volcanoes still. Lots more questions for you are there volcanoes or earthquakes on other planets or asteroids. That's a great question. We think so we think the answer is yes certainly for volcanic corruptions and although we have not directly observed Earthquakes we have evidence that there are earthquakes and other planets units as well on other planets are the eruption of volcanoes necessary for life. That's a great question. You have asked the question that we in. The science field are only now beginning to understand are related that earthquakes volcanoes and plate tectonics might have something intimately to do with why we have say Water on the surface of earth and therefore why we have life We we don't really know whether life exists on other planets. We certainly are looking for it but we think that liquid water on the surface of a planet is a very good criterion for finding life on that planet. How do we measure it when we think there's GonNa be the next earthquake? Volcanic eruption one of the biggest challenges for earth. Science is the prediction of earthquakes We don't really have a good way to predict when the next big earthquake. Let's say would happen in California the way we think about earthquakes and where they're most likely is basically to look at where they've happened already. So based based on where we already see a lot of earthquake activity we then make calculations to say. How likely is it that an earthquake? What happened in a given region right so for earthquakes? There really is no way that we know to predict when the next big earthquake will be when and wear etc but for volcanic eruptions. It turns out that we can do a little better because volcanoes they produce signals that we can look at that tell us about an imminent eruption and one of the most important of these signals is defamation so the volcano starts to move the sides. The volcano can begin to move and you can observe that using gps or using other methods. And you can also look at gas emissions and you can look at earthquake activity around the volcano sometimes just before a big eruption the number of earthquakes happening near near that volcano goes up so all of this leads to a very scientific term called unrest but basically we look at the level of unrest. And that's how people can make predictions of when a volcano might erupt. When do you think the next volcano is gonNA be are there? Like any volcano erupted. Anything there are always volcanoes getting close to eruption and so you can actually go to In some of the websites that are maintained by the USGS and other agencies and learn about places that have had recent earthquakes. But also places where you're like I said before the level of unrest is rising and so those volcanoes are kind of under our watch and they're on a watchlist so do birth quake caused the Dhabi's that's a great question yes So earthquakes do costs Nami sometimes and what happens in in an earthquake is remember. There's of fault zone and two sides of the fault zone move and remember. The main thing that happens in an earthquake is that the motion is kind of sudden so that sudden motion if that happens underneath the ocean and it can suddenly move a whole bunch of water it can create Ada Swamy wave and so yes sometime soon armies get triggered by earthquakes so since we know what to be afraid of for volcanic eruptions options and earthquakes. How can we best prepare for in case we have a volcanic eruption or an earthquake? That's a good question that depends on where you live. So if you live in a place where You're far away from plate tectonic fault zones and you're far away from active volcanos there really. He is not much to be your frayed of And it might be that when you live closer to like an active fault zone and big active active volcanoes. The best thing to do is to learn about them and be prepared by listening to reports from the United States Geological Survey and other agencies agencies and often They'll tell you really good advice on you know things you can do for example to secure furniture and things like that but that that sort of precaution is only relevant in places where people are very close to fault zones like places like California so. I don't think get something that everybody in. The country has to be on high alert about Mount Tambora when it erupted erupted for three days sending uh-huh Chunks of rock half a mile out to sea and Drying tsunami waves three stories high crashing against the coastline and it also took a big chunk out of the mountain it was on so Volcanoes can drastically change in effect nature. And it can destroy the things. Yeah yeah they are really Impressive events and they can reshape the earth. Like you said that's really really true. And what's really remarkable is that they Essentially are probably the reason why the Earth looks the way it. It does the fact that we have so much liquid water the fact that our our atmosphere has the kind of gases it does. It's all intimately tied to the fact that we have a lot of volcanic activity on the planet. What I find really remarkable about them is that they're bringing material all to the surface from such deep levels and sometimes within that magma that makes it to the surface as lava you'll find evidence sense of the fact that these minerals have traveled a very very long distance sometimes hundreds of kilometers vertically upward? And that I find so so fascinating. can earthquakes and volcanic eruptions affect our weather. Absolutely so I don't know if you remember a few years ago so when there was a big volcanic eruption in Iceland and All these airplanes and airplane routes had to be essentially modified so that people would be safe and they wouldn't fly into the ash and smoke from the volcano so today if for big volcanic eruption happens that's the immediate one of the immediate hazards but then on top of that. All the material that gets sent out to the atmosphere can lead to changes in the atmosphere that can last over decades. Is it possible that like magma thrown from the bottom of the ocean like those tectonic plates is a possible the magnet the magma could reach the surface in like the end of a Su Nami or anything the magma magma that comes out as lava on the ocean floor reaches the surface on the ocean floor but then once it comes into contact with the seawater it cools so the likelihood of that magma and Erupting as lava and that lava making it to the air is low because that lava freezes almost as soon as it's in contact with the seawater but the chemicals in the lava mixed with seawater and then eventually that contributions to the air so there's always a connection am I correct if yellowstone erupted. It would cover almost the entire city of Albuquerque just to give people who are listening and idea. Yellowstone is very far away from Albuquerque. So I guess you're asking. Can you lie. Does a very far away volcano have the chance of having. Its sediments that it spews out land as far away as Albuquerque. The the answer is yes. When the big eruptions happened at yellowstone? We see evidence for that the ashes that rained out of the sky basically for that blanket the entire Western. US So you can see evidence of that eruption and in New Mexico. Even though we're so far away from yellowstone I've seen on youtube how like people play lava rock in a container container and then they like make it really hot like a couple thousand degrees that it will turn back to lava again. Yes absolutely there. There are some really great labs around the country where they do this and they studied. This is one way in which we can study. How lava flows for example? Because one the things that happens is once the lava gets to the surface. You Wanna be able to figure out where it's going to go. And whether it's going to pose a hazard to maybe people that live nearby buildings that might be nearby at Cetera. So that's why people want to study. How does love flow? What's the most interesting interesting or unknown fact about either volcanoes or earthquakes that interests you for me? One of the most interesting listing things about volcanoes how molten magma gets from very deep inside the earth to the surface and you know what we see coming out of a volcano maybe just a very small fraction of that and a lot of the magma. That makes it to for the shallow part of the Earth doesn't actually all get erupted. Only the most easily flowing ones Might make it out the top for volcano. So I like to think of this as The Earth as a system where material is moving from deep down towards I the shallow regions and I like to think of. How much do we see coming out the top and how much don't we see how much of the magma stays behind and I I would like to understand more of What controls that and you know are there are there differences in the rate at which magma is coming beneath breath? Say a really big volcanoes like Mount Saint Helen's or much smaller volcanoes where you might imagine they might be less magma coming per a unit time over long term like amounts of time could super volcano or large volcanic eruptions drastically drastically changed the shape of the earth. Not only could volcanoes a big super volcano. Do that but a huge earthquake can also do that. So Aw when when a synonymous genyk earthquake happens it's it is a huge. It can be a huge event and it can change the rate at which the earth spins around so you can measure you can measure the change in the length of the day after an event like a huge earthquake. What that just doesn't even seem possible? I think that may be one of the most shocking things you've said we've been speaking with Dr Masumi me Roy. She is a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of New Mexico with a special interest in Earth Science. Doctor Roy. Thank you so much for being with us on the children's hour today. 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"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Being supplied to the bottom of the volcano and If that happens then whatever magma might be there might get a chance to actually freeze and become solid and there will be no more eruptions. I've heard that the I'm Hamish's mountain were was the volcano. Like what the hot springs that I've heard that if they're the volcano there might be hot springs. Yeah so the Hamas volcano was indeed of okay no it still is The last big eruption in that volcano was about one point two five five million years ago. So that's a long time ago. But the heat and activity the magmatic activity like you know when you think think about molten magma that might still exist today at great depth beneath the Hamas Volcano And that heat is still coming Out and what happens is rain waterfalls and goes into these cracks and gets taken very deep down and gets heated up and and then comes back out as hot spring water. We're talking with Dr Masumi Roy. She is a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of New Mexico with with a specialty in Earth. Science we're talking about volcanoes and earthquakes is thou talk loud too many ways and times roll water silverlake AAC golden two parallel around the minute wooden canoe in the big rug amounts Muser land. I've heard of bow springtimes now will meet me. Feel clover owned bounced go. No Snow Rain Fall Down the Big Rock Candy Mountain Eh. uh-huh Rock in the mountains lands fair and bright pennies grow Bush Asleep out every cow Sarande meadows and their evening butter cups. Unbound don't go there ain't no snow and rain fall in the wind. Blow out of the person of these peppermint entries. Ramazzotti fountains eliminates rinsing. The Blue Bird Sings in the Big Rock Candy Mountain Elizabeth Mitchell and Lisa Loeb from two two thousand three release. Catch the moon. This is the children's hour. I'm Katie Stone in. The studio with us are charlize on our crew. High Kids and Dr Masumi Roy from the University of New Mexico's physics and Astronomy Department Hartman. She specializes in Earth Science. And we're talking about volcanoes and earthquakes. What is a super volcano as Super Volcano? Okay no is one of these huge eruptions where more than a hundred cubic kilometers of stuff comes out of the earth In a single eruption. Can you give us a sense. Of how much is a hundred cubic kilometers. So one hundred cubic kilometers is about route six miles by six miles by about one kilometer. So if you were to take a six mile six mile area like say that area area around downtown Albuquerque and doug down something like a kilometer into the earth and removed all dirt. That's how much material bill gets. Arrested in. One hundred cubic kilometer eruption and a super volcano is something. That's a lot bigger than that. So that's kind of a cutoff for that. What what kind of rocks and minerals in that and what kind of things formed from all.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Back to the Children's hour in the studio today. Dr Masumi Roy. She is a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of New Mexico with a special interest in Earth Science. Welcome back to the children's hour. Dr Roy Hi Katie. Nice to be here. We're so happy to have you here and we have so many questions for you so what. It is earth science so earth sciences very general and includes anything that you might imagine that has to do with studying the systems ends of the Earth on the rocks the air the oceans these three things basically form earth science. But you can imagine since we'd live live on the earth and all biological beings live on the earth or sciences also tied to many other sciences like life sciences what makes earthquakes and volcanic eruptions happen. So the outside of the earth is very stiff and inside of it can flow over very very long times so it's kind of like The planet is got a rigid aged. Shell on the outside but the inside moves very very slowly over hundreds of millions of years and that rigid shell can move around around And as it does so places where two parts of the shell. These are called the plates of plate. tectonics where those plates rub. That's where you get earthquakes and sometimes when the plates come together you get volcanos there Sometimes you get volcanos where the plates are pulled apart. So everything that happens regarding earthquakes and volcanoes on the earth is tied to this thing called plate tectonics ex and that's the motion of these rigid plates on the outside of the planet. Is that what a fault zone is. Yeah so a fault zone. The the biggest fault zones in the world are places where two plates meet but a fault zone. That name can be given to any any place where you have vo huge fracture in the earth and it doesn't it can be in the middle of a plate to it doesn't only happen on the edges of plates are. Are there any earthquakes and Albuquerque or volcanoes. Yes so in Albuquerque. We live on what's called the Rio Grande rift and Dan. Along this region there are lots of not currently active but previously active volcanoes and volcanic activity eighty and. Yeah we've had earthquakes in New Mexico and we get small earthquakes All the time in New Mexico but they're very small and their heart to feel. How do earthquakes affect volcanic eruptions? Oh that's a great question. So that's the kind of question that you know so We think that when you think about earthquakes volcanoes you think. Whoa what's the connection between them and it's only really been in the last few tens of years that people have quantitatively said there is a connection and in some cases when you have an earthquake the seismic waves passing through to the region of a volcano has been shown to kind of trigger a volcanic eruption? It doesn't happen all the time but once in a while while we've we know it can happen. What causes earthquake? An earthquake happens when you have a lot of stress which which is basically another word for things moving moving moving moving moving until they come to a place where they either break or they have to slide. So if you imagine there's the if you have a book on the table right and the book is really really heavy and you take your hand and you're pushing on the book you start pushing on it. The book might not move right away but at some point when you push hard enough the book might suddenly we start to move so earthquakes are like that. It's where tectonic plates are moving past each other and they're moving slowly slowly slowly and nothing happens for a a long time and then all of a sudden all that it's called stress is built up and then it releases in a big earthquake and everything and can move all at once. Are there any active volcano near Albuquerque. Like right now. The most recent Lava activity activity in the whole state of new. Mexico was many thousands of years ago. So no there are no active volcanoes. Right near Albuquerque. Right now how does the volcano you know become inactive. Oh that's a great question. So when we look at volcanoes and the people that studied volcanoes go do places which have lots of active active volcanoes places like Sumatra and Indonesia other parts of Indonesia and Japan and and The aleutian Russian trench in Alaska. All these places have lots of active volcanoes including in the US the cascades. Right there's Mount Rainier and mount don't Saint Helen's in many of these places what you find is that the volcano will erupt for awhile and then be quiet for a while and then will arrive for a while and then be quiet for a while so this kind of pattern of sudden eruption and then more quiet activity is something that happens at all of all Kano's but in some cases the entire volcano might shut off for millions of years. And that can happen if the magma which which is the molten rock stops being supplied to the bottom of the volcano and If that happens then whatever magma might be there might.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Hi? It's faneuil hi. It's is it loads then I it's Malcolm Yellow taily happy day. It's Maya Is Lucas run will today. We have a pretty exciting topic on our plate. Yeah they're laughing because we're GONNA be talking about Earth. Science tectonic plates seismic activity volcanoes and other questions. We have to like anybody. What a super volcano wave? What is a tectonic plate in danger of earthquake? How do tectonic plates in earthquakes affect volcanoes? Do we have any active volcanoes. What causes in earthquake when volcano erupts doesn't earthquake also well happen? We have so many good questions and we have a perfect person to answer them and in the studio today. WE'RE GOING TO BE INTERVIEWING DR Masumi Roy. She's a professor Besser of physics and astronomy at the University of New Mexico with expertise in Earth Science. And so it's pretty exciting It's kind of what you you might say. And an earth shaking kind of show. Yeah I'm curious if anyone you want in this room has ever been in an earthquake. has anyone here ever been an earthquake that you've been aware we might have been in one on Iran. Remember when you went to California. My mom woke up in the middle of the night and she said she felt the earth shaking but none of us felt it. So you probably weren't right but we might have been. My mom was also in earthquake. Apparently for me when I was born it was pretty strange. Apparently my GRANDPA was in a bed during an earthquake and then he fell out of bed and then he went back to sleep. We'd he fell out of bed because of the shaking he he actually got shaken out of bed. Yes wow I I suppose they can be pretty powerful. Well we have a lot of questions today on the show for Dr Masumi me Roy. Stick with us. This is the children's hour They as who take me home Maybe more from the best of Mandy Moore. Welcome.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From last week's powerful earthquakes and we're now learning the condition of naval air weapons station China lake which was rattled pretty hard using push for rooms in the commissary staff is cleaning up food all over the floor and ceiling tiles that came down there is damage to buildings and their contents on naval air weapons station China lake chaplain Bob Graham says he was shocked to see how much the chapel on base was impacted us all the altar completely demolished I saw the crack in the wall of the weapons on base are secure they're working to get buildings cleaned up and re open at like stone he be seen in California now the first state to provide public health care to young illegal immigrants governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law yesterday making illegal immigrants age twenty five and younger eligible for the state's Medicaid program state officials expect the plan to cover about ninety thousand two people at a cost of ninety eight million dollars it will apply only to people with incomes low enough to qualify for Medicaid California law already provides health care to children eighteen and younger regardless of their immigration status mail for a former U. S. C. gynecologist is charged with sexually assaulting his patience is now half million dollars lower one of George Tyndale's alleged victims Lucy cheat says he doesn't deserve right I know that this is a dangerous man this is a resourceful man and he's a predator a judge lord lowered Tyndale's bail from two point one million dollars to one point six million dollars it's not clear if Tyndall will be able to post it he's charged with assaulting sixteen patients in his care hundreds of other women also accused him of sexually abusing them during his several decades at USC the university is close to finalizing a two hundred fifteen million dollar settlement.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Me this series of earthquakes have been the worst or deal of their lives lord state officials and Quaker experts say the remote location of those centers does mean that the cost of these quakes and the aftershocks is not as bad as it could have been removed that escalates tensions in the Persian Gulf and the rest of the world Iran now says it plans to increase its uranium enrichment beyond the terms of its twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers and president trump has issued new warnings about it was a syringe here only years president of the Washington DC based plowshares fund a global security foundation it fortunately a symbolic move by Iran it doesn't have any immediate military significance I even if they agree to the cap there's still a long way from being able to make a bomb Iranian officials say they plan on reducing those commitments to the deal every sixty days Washington post reports the F. B. I. immigration enforcement and other law enforcement organizations are accessing hundreds of millions of driver license photos which particular concerning about this if if some states encourage undocumented immigrants to apply for a driver's license as a matter of public safety but having a driver's license could make you subject to facial recognition technology which could lead to deportation and other legal actions CBS news technology consultant Larry maggot the legality of this very murky this is CBS news redemption even the most demented Hollywood writers would not have dreamed up an ending like this forty eight hours Saturday's ever wonder why European seem to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning Japanese battles award winning technology gets you speaking right away whether you're learning Spanish French or German and best of all you'll remember what you've learned I always thought I was bad at languages but after using battle I can tell you I was just talk the wrong way using battles ten to fifteen minute lessons you can be speaking competently new language within weeks I was amazed that I could start having real life conversations right away so fast now I'm speaking that is no wonder battle is the number one selling language learning Japanese try it for yourself and see why battle is the quick way to get conversational in a new language like Spanish French.

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"earthquakes" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"earthquakes" Discussed on 600 WREC

"One FM. So we know that electromagnetic effects. On the planet create all kinds of havoc. There's some disruption some craziness. We started seeing the changes happening on planet earth with weather, and we've had these earthquakes worms. Some things you may wanna know prior to the two thousand four Malaysian Indonesian Otani quake of two thousand four the Indian Ocean earthquake in Sioux, NAMI, very memorable earthquake caused a whole lot of damage. It triggered one of the worst ever recorded and signs were noticed up to two weeks in advance. But nobody paid attention. Nobody paid. No mind at the time because later, they found out, you know, hindsight's twenty twenty but they realized fishermen had recorded and others that certain fish migrating into regions. They did not inhabit earlier this was before the earthquake now. That was pretty bizarre. Many these fishermen tried to warn people on land of the peculiar behavior, but no one would listen in days before this huge disaster birds got restless, so two cats dogs elephants went crazy. Many animals disappeared in elephants in particular were seen running to the hills. People though win about their businesses normal. And then the disaster came and everyone noticed the animals and birds. We're missing. A made thirty first. A will mortality event was declared on the beaches along the west coast prior to the seismic activity. We've been hearing about in the past few days. Yeah. There was a strand stranding of seventy gray whales, along the west coast, and it's being considered what they're calling it an unusual mortality event by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, fisheries, thirty-seven gray whales, washed up in California, including more than a dozen in San Francisco. The San Francisco Bay area, the whale species have also been beached in Oregon. Washington and Alaska that whole area has been experiencing these weird swarm earthquakes, seven hundred or so five grey whales have beats themselves in Canada, coincidentally. The unusual Taliban events are continuing. Okay. And they're saying that they're expecting more wheels to wash up dead. And it's still early in the season for places like Washington candidate Alaska to be seen this happen. So the numbers are just partial totals right now. And so far, the event is still ongoing. You're not hearing about this in the mainstream, but prior to. These earthquakes worms prior to all of this. We've seen these beach, Wales. And scientists are saying, well, we don't know one hundred percents to why the whales stranding themselves. We don't know why they're dying in great numbers right now. But there are a lot of people that are saying it's not so NAR ships hitting them and kill them. It's not, you know, fights with orcas than we have to consider. These earthquakes and the seismic activity are screwing up the whales in their their navigation. So the stranding themselves, they're dying. Dr Shalam Kumar from the from India's Khanna cheer Medical College put out put out a study a recent peer review talk about will strandings. And what he said, was is he said, if we take into consideration consideration what happened in Indonesia, remember the animal's going in the in the, you know, the, the whales, and the fish dying and all this stuff. He says, it's my observation confirmed over the years that mass suicides of whales and dolphins that occur sporadically all over the world or in some way related to change in disturbances in the electromagnetic field. Coordinates. He says, then we'll strandings signal a devastating earthquake on the way tracking the dates and plotting the locales of tremors earthquakes. He says, I am reasonably certain that major earthquakes, usually follow within a week or two of mass beachings of Wales. So just days after the, the mass beaching of whales along the west coast, we've had four hundred earthquakes small ones, but of course we had some big ones near San Diego. And I don't think we should push the panic button, just yet. But I mean this could just be the earth leading some steam, but minor quakes are far more welcome than just having. The surprise of the big win erupting and causing the fall into chaos. But as we're seeing the preparations being made in warnings going out. I think it's best to air on the side of caution, and be prepared for anything that may happen. I, I was just thinking to myself, somebody pointed out to be CLYDE. We're having the beaching of these whales beaching happen all the time. We know that something's going on. But then we had these earthquakes on the coast and all.

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