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"eight hundred fifty three foot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Week they at this time terminal customers can read more at P. I. N. go just before six thirty nine on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg green report here's Bob moan when it comes to wind turbines bigger is definitely better and the largest offshore wind farm in the world is set to run on the world's biggest wind turbine developed by general electric's renewables units up to sixteen thousand European households could be powered by the renewable energy of one hell yeah that she is made an agreement to sell its eight hundred fifty three foot tall power generating machine for a wind farm off the eastern coast of England a testament to how the increasing scalable projects and turbans is driving down the cost of renewable energy it also increases pressure on other turbine makers to develop their own bigger versions which could bring in new wave of price competition to the industry the ease hardly at X. turban stands as high as an eighty five story building almost three times as tall as the statue of liberty the so called Dogger bank wind farm one of power purchase contracts from the U. K. government last month that will support the project that's the Bloomberg green business report I'm Bob Malone thank you Bob food insecurity appears to be a big problem for low income and disabled Medicare recipients Nancy alliance has more from the Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington newsroom a recent study published in the journal of the American medical association offers a snapshot of the problem roughly ten percent of Medicare seniors and about forty percent of Medicare recipients who are younger than sixty five with long term disability experienced food insecurity at some point in the last year Bloomberg laws Tony Pulis says beginning next year Medicare advantage plans will expand coverage to allow recipients to receive home. delivered.
"eight hundred fifty three foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mac and cheese plus crispy juicy popcorn nuggets now available in a five dollar fill up with a cookie in a drink it's finger lickin good Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three and the four day WBZ accu weather forecast is brought to us this round by the salvation army still could be another shower to the rest of the morning into the early afternoon because we try to brighten as the rest of the afternoon wears on we'll get up into the mid seventies will stay in the upper sixties so warm night tonight with a couple of showers and tomorrow's even a little bit warmer I think some areas will get up close to eighty inland spots mid upper seventies of the coast couple showers through the day temperatures fall in the afternoon will chill down in your fifty tomorrow night and we're looking at temperatures on Thursday to stay chilly in the fifties can't rule out a shower and then low sixties with intermittent showers on Friday and will stay in the sixties this weekend I thank you with your old Justina board WBZ bosses newsradio sixty eight right now in Fitchburg sixty seven in Easton sixty seven as well in Lowell in Boston I hate to say it still cloudy out there sixty four it's amazing what about. view of a used vehicle has only human life consider donating your vehicle to the salvation army the pick it up at no charge and give you an IRS approved receive your generosity provides new direction for those struggling with alcohol and other drugs call eight hundred SA truck or visit Este truck dot org good afternoon it's one twenty five and now it's time for New England business the largest offshore wind farm in the world the center right on the world's biggest wind turbine Boston based general electric's renewables unit has made an agreement to sell its eight hundred fifty three foot Halle addicts turbines for a wind farm off the eastern coast of England.
"eight hundred fifty three foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Nicole with temperatures are warming up a little bit more than from where they were yesterday think less breeze more sunshine overall will get up in the upper sixties of water's edge downtown to low seventies and some of the inland sponsor nice say evening and then it chills back off into the forties tonight most places to near fifty along the coast tomorrow warms up to near eighty degrees and then the warmest days as we go forward are going to be over the weekend in the Monday so I think go low to mid eighties city in inland spots mid upper seventies to the beaches we got rip currents and rough surf issues because of the home there though this storm that just kind of gave us a lot of problems to Bermuda but we'll keep that through tomorrow afternoon and they will get rid of that for the weekend I make you with a beer all just need to bore WBZ bosses newsradio thanks dean it's fifty six right now in Framingham fifty four and Haverhill checking things out on the keyboard sixty one in Yarmouth and fifty six rather fifty nine in Boston. get twenty dollars back would you by air and cabin air filters at participating napa auto parts stores and napa auto care centers to prepaid cards per household while supplies last offer ends ten thirty one nineteen and ten twenty six and now it's time for doing the business Boston based game go buy a works raise two hundred ninety million dollars in new funding giving a boost to a start up that designed organisms to do everything from a recreate the scent of an extinct Hawaiian high biscuits to treat liver disorders in humans Bloomberg has learned the latest investment brings the biotechs total valuation to four billion dollars partners healthcare is turning to its employees as it looks for a new name the Boston business journal report is the first time the company has publicly acknowledge that it plans to change its name as part of a rebranding the tallest most powerful wind turbines ever made or coming to U. S. waters care of General Electric or stead plans to use twelve a megawatt turbines made by G. E. for projects off the coast of Maryland and New Jersey the eight hundred fifty three foot turbines are almost as tall as.
"eight hundred fifty three foot" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"For all. I know. But anyway, Victor. Victor became the deepest diving human being in history when his five deeps expedition reached the bottom of the Pacific Ocean challenger deep on April twenty eight he got down to thirty five thousand eight hundred fifty three feet. Holy can deepest ever. The second deepest was James Cameron. The movie director who got down to seven thirty five thousand seven hundred fifty six feet. So he got bested by ninety seven feet. I gotta be honest with you if I'm James Cameron. I'm saying all right. Everybody gets gather. We gotta go do it. Again. We have to be the deepest. Yeah. Basketball has once again, I'm not sure if that's how you say it. But nevertheless, he's made it a point to go to all the deepest points in all the oceans and try to go up to highest peaks as well to me. It's not that big of a deal. I'm interested in the free diver. How far he can go down without a. Yeah. Just how deep just a guy swimsuit goes down. I don't really care what you in a machine can do. I think I would be. I think I'd rather go in space than do the deep dive. Nobody. No, deep dive, not a mic drop. Now. I don't think people really know what you're talking once again. It's you're not telling you have to get in shape for this. By the equipment, but it's extremely dangerous. Okay. One little run into a Meg down. There is the movies of tortoise. Now. This is this is the least impressive feat a human could accomplish. I don't think it is getting through this show is probably the least impressive feat ever team was able to while they were down there decided to do something good. They decided to identify and record at least three new species of marine animals. They also found plastic bags and candy wrappers on the ocean floor that's kind of depressing. Can you imagine you throw it off the side of your boat, and it it's going to go all the way to thirty five thousand feet, if you were, you know, think about it like this you're sitting on the boat and you're looking out at the water. You're thirty five thousand feet straight down. If the water wasn't there, and you were just staring down you'd be scared. And you'd be really that's a long way down look at that. You can't see it. That's that's the height of a jumbo jet. That's a flying across the country height. Yeah. It's a long way down, man. I think it's pretty impressive. Good for Victor. Now. Like a guy with a sense of adventure? This is United done this. We can do this. That's that's why this is an impressive you, and I could literally do this tomorrow. If somebody goes, hey, I have a summary contain there. We can accomplish it would take too much time to convince me that trust their submarine. This is the one thing. I I'd rather climb the mountain than do this down. I would be claustrophobic you'll die on the mountain knives zero doubts which is why I'm not going to climb the mountain. They'll you'll be one of the many bodies there that help guide the way future climber. Yeah. That's right. Dislike on, you know, when you when you go up Everest turn left, you take the path to the left of the guy in the green jacket. Yes. Died in nineteen fifty four. That's you. But there is still is. And say, that's that's when they come up. They say art, you turn left at the tubby guy. This guy will not be remembered like, sir. Edmund Hillary though, just like James camera when when James Cameron dies, he still held this record doubt. It would even be mentioned at his funeral. I think it's kind of interesting. I'm sorry. You just killed the whole thing. I I it's this is so low low on the totem pole of greatness. All right. Well, they went to the Mariana trench the mission mission lasted eleven to twelve hours on each dive. Here's what's neat. If you're telling me before this week, it only go twenty thousand feet and the sky single handedly designed and built this submarine himself. I'm all in he gets all the credit in the world that is incredible feat. All right. But he did not not of that. He just he just got on board. He bought a he bought a ticket neat. Well, I think it's impressive. We'll try to get them on show. I'd like to talk him. I'd like to know what he saw down there. He saw he told you what he saw. I saw a Snickers rapper. Only two dives like this. Done in the last fifty nine years because nobody cares. This is one of those things where a lot of people would if they actually cared to do it this. This would be like I've eaten five hundred cheeseburgers in two days. Great. You're the only one ever try it. All right. I will cancelled Victor from the show that I guess it's not worth having him on. They did find new species of stuff that something. Yeah. Another another species of shrimp. How citing found it. I'm sure that's what it was. Cool drew it toward the ship and killed right there on the spot. All right. Well, anyway, they never mind. I guess now. I've thought it was kind of cool all right now waste of time. All right. I'll let you have it. The oldest medal of honor recipient has died. No kidding. Seventy four years after throwing himself on German grenade. His squad mates. He live. Here's what he did. They were in this firefight. There were about five guys, and they were being overwhelmed by this platoon. And he said there was a hail of bullets. They were just nowhere to go. And suddenly in the middle of all that. Here comes a grenade. I think they used to call them potato mash IRS. Yes. From the Germans came jumping in. He said, I grabbed my blanket and jumped on top of it and it exploded, but the blanket actually absorbed some of the explosion. He was severely injured. But he ended up getting the medal of honor save everybody's life. He was also awarded to silver stars two purple hearts bronze star in to French combat awards. Okay. For his service in World War Two. Yes. He was a hero. No question about it. He was ninety eight years old what bad ass. Most thing. He did was lived in ninety eight after all after all of this getting. And here's the thing missing couple hands. He he got blown up once before spent months in a hospital in Italy back and then went back and then threw himself on the grenade. Kind of this giant sacks back then they really did. Just nothing like I have. Well, now that you're in the military. You're our military expert on this kind of thing. Those guys really are. You know, you hear about these guys jumping on a grenade. When your first reaction is to obviously run away. I wonder that run away. But there are some people. I think who have that. Yeah. I have to save my friends. These are people I care about their lives. You know, the guy who steps in front of the guy with a gun supporters of freedom. Yeah. Very much. So so the name was Bob Maxwell. He was living in bend, Oregon. I coming up..
"eight hundred fifty three foot" Discussed on X96
"Bromate consignment store and found forty thousand dollars worth of math inside instead of plastic bricks. The bullet county sheriff's office said that the three said three women told investigators that they purchased the box which was labeled as containing some LEGO toy at a consignment shop. Brought it back to statesboro where they gave it to a young child sheriff's investigator. Jim Riggs of the trial opened the box and discovered a large bag of math forty thousand dollars worth sheriff's office said they believe the math was hidden inside the box by drug distributors and mail to an empty or abandoned address. Investigators have postal workers will sometimes not deliver to address his bacon and the unclaimed packages will later be auctioned off. They said that was likely how the box ended up for sale a consignment shop. Oh, no. No, no. That's not it. It was it was a LEGO crack house set Boehner candidate. Number one. Boehner candidate number two. The planet is doomed. I read this this morning. I just that's what I thought. I went oh, my the planet. We're just doomed. On the deepest dive ever made by humans inside of a submarine. A Texas investor and explorer found something he could have found in the gutter of nearly any street in the world trash Victor Scoville. A retired naval officer said he made the unsettling discovery as he descended nearly six point eight miles. That's thirty five thousand eight hundred fifty three feet to appoint at the Pacific. Ocean's Mariana trench that is the deepest place on earth. And they found trash there is dive. Yup. Whenever we're fifty two feet lower than the previous deepest descent in the trench in nineteen sixty and Moscow found undiscovered species. As he visited places that no human had gone before. And I want occasion. He's been four hours on the floor of the trench viewing see life ranging from shrimp like arthropods with long legs intent to translucent CPA's similar to a sea. Cucumber seeping see how heels. He also wondering if he could have see forum, that's all he also saw plastic and metal objects one with writing on it. It was very disappointing to see obvious human contamination of the deepest point in the ocean. Said everything's fine. In object described by a spokesperson for the five deeps, marina expedition as men manmade as luminated, oh, it's there's a picture of it in this story. Plastic waste is created epidemic. Proportions in the world's ocean with an estimated one hundred million tons of plastics dumped in the ocean sedate Cording to the United Nations. Scientists have found large amounts of micro plastic in the guts of of deep dwelling Namath's like Wales. Yeah. Micro-plastics? I think there's this little those little beads that they put in like, scrubs like face scripts and all that kind of stuff. Don't don't buy those. They have natural ones that have like. Or something isn't, but you can get them I know with sugar sugar and or salt, but miss the abrasive yet. Don't don't buy the ones with thinking about this the other day, we you know, the grocery sacks. And we still can't recycle those now they come up the. You take them back to the store. I don't know. Exactly what they have some put them in your recycling in. You can take him to the grocery store, and they'll I don't get them. I never get him, of course. But you do occasionally. Yeah. I keep them for dog poop, that's what over my cereal. But then where do they go? In the garbage. And then where does that go? Well, it's not it goes into the landfill. That's not good. You're putting that plastic in the landfill where we don't want. It. What am I supposed to pick up the dog poop with there? You can get eco-friendly your hands. You can get equal EKO friendly bags to see that Twitter video of the beluga whale. Yeah. Where it was bringing bringing the knows bringing a phone back to a person who had dropped their phone in the wall. No, I didn't see them. Yeah. I picked it up out of the water and brought it back to them on their raft. And I think that was the whales way of saying keep your plastic s out of the oceans his anyway, number two. The planet is doomed don't put those in the garden. That's coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate number three. It was a grownups happy meal owner candidate number three for round two coming up after this big boy news and opinion window brought to you by Rio Grande concert series at the gateway continuing this Thursday with Cup sport live music food trucks craft beer from salt flats brewery and cocktails free to the public details at shop, the gateway dot com..
"eight hundred fifty three foot" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Part of one of many factors that will look at us part of our investigation the four people killed. Passengers on the Royal Princess, the fifth was the pilot statement from the cruise line said Princess, Cruises extending its full support to travelling companions of the guests involved. The president promising a helping hand to some of the hardest hit people as a result of the trade war China trade war, it's going to raise costs for Americans. But President Trump is defending his tariffs. Even though he admits farmers could get hit by retaliatory measures Monday. Trump said he would use some of the tariff revenue which is paid by US importers to help keep farmers afloat. A Dallas businessman has successfully made the deepest ocean. Dive of any human being in history. Victor Visco VO reached the bottom of the Pacific ocean's challenger deep on April twenty eighth. He was thirty five thousand eight hundred fifty three feet down when he reached that deep spot in the Mariana trench. He says his expedition found at least three new species of marine animals. He surveyed and mapped the region is down there. For like, four hours he collected scientific samples. Yes. Said he found a plastic bag and some candy wrappers boy, they sunk to a new low. Actually, I think that's great news. Very upset about this in this particular story, at least it wasn't like a graveyard of plastic bags miles down seven miles. That's a long way down if plastic bags will go seven miles to the bottom of the ocean floor. Well, that's great. Liv malone. Yeah. But they're still animals down there. I'm joking eight thirty five let's get an update on traffic.
"eight hundred fifty three foot" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Republican Tom McClintock and California's fourth congressional district. But she now has a new job in governor Gavin Newsom administration Newsom is appointed Morris as deputy secretary of forest resources management at the California national resources agency Morris made climate change a main part of her. Congressional campaign. The fourth district, by the way spans much of the southern Sierra from Lake Tahoe Yosemite. And more says new position pays one hundred sixty five thousand dollars a year lake Oroville reconstructed main spillway at the dam is finally going to see its first action today. The department of water resources says spillway releases down the feather river will range between ten and twenty thousand cubic feet per second that number could rise as high as sixty thousand cubic feet per second later this week. If all goes, well lake levels stand at eight hundred fifty three feet, which is roughly fifty feet below full capacity. The one point one billion dollar rebuild of both the main spillway and the emergency spillway took about two years to complete with those releases the Sacramento river will be edging backup this week as rain brings another level of lake Shasta much higher. The lake is currently eighteen feet from the crest of the dam now on Wednesday. There were releases from Keswick dam, it increased from fifteen thousand cubic feet per second to twenty thousand cubic feet per second. And a few weeks ago the releases peaked at about forty thousand. Sacramento will now have daily nonstop flights to Maui. Hawaii Hawaiian airlines launched additional flights today to the Sacramento airport and down the road. Southwest. Airlines will add daily flights to Hawaii as well. But they haven't specified which island yet the airport underwent a one billion dollar expansion back in two thousand eleven but has seen passenger growth at record levels. And the airport is now considering expanding again to make space for new flights and new flyers. They say they fixed the problem, but university of California retirees we're left wondering what was going on yesterday when a glitch caused tens of thousands of former employees to not receive their pension checks KC already three is reporting that around seventy five thousand retirees did not get paid yesterday. The US office of the the UC office of the president told Casey that they corrected the file processing Erin most retirees had their benefits payments deposited by five o'clock in the evening. The last one thousand direct deposits are going to be processed today. And there was no problem with paper checks that were mailed. Last week new parents in southern California may soon be able to take nearly five months of paid family leave for free. Jayson Campadonia has details. The Los Angeles city council today is set to discuss giving parents eighteen weeks of fully paid leave without a reduction in pay the state allows for parents to take up to eighteen weeks. But at only sixty or seventy percent of their paycheck comes with that time needed to bond with their child. The program would be paid for by employers, but small businesses and nonprofits may get a break. Governor Gavin Newsom likes the idea of a six month, parental paid leave but his idea is still in its early stages. Jason Donia NBC News Radio. Jason. Thank you very much time now is eight thirty five and it's time to get the national headlines from ABC. In the past. Our President Trump tweeted about the southern border writing after many years, Mexico is apprehending large numbers of people mostly from Guatemala Honduras. El Salvador, perhaps backing down from his week long threat to shut down the border homeland security secretary Kerstin Nielsen has cut short an overseas trip to return to Washington because of the border situation planning to visit somewhere in the region. Tomorrow at this hour, the house oversight committee starts issuing subpoenas over the White House security clearance process, the probe stems from a whistle blowers charged that the Trump administration overruled dozens of denied clearances, including one for the president's son-in-law, Jared, Kushner, you got a lady in there in the White House with begging us to just do our job, and I beg for the same thing. That's committee chair Elijah Cummings Republicans accused Democrats of politicizing the process Chicago's voting for new mayor. Whoever wins will become the city's first female African American leader. Scott Goldberg ABC. News just ahead on the Cape. UK morning news. American's are having less sex the well. Yeah. That's what the study say. I a variety get into it. I know you think you know, I think I do now. But now that the kids are off to school. We're going to talk about. Us getting really good. Studies are saying about our bedroom habits that's coming up and traffic and weather together as well..
"eight hundred fifty three foot" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"On this Tuesday morning. Governor newsome's made an appointment for a political ally. For another position Jessica Morris was unsuccessful in her twenty attempt to replace Republican, Tom McClintock and California's fourth congressional district. But now she has a new job in governor Gavin Newsom administration. He is appointed Morris as deputy secretary of forest resources management at the California, national resources agency Morris may. The effects of climate change on California's forest a main point in her congressional campaign, the fourth district spans much of the southern Sierra from Lake Tahoe to you. Somebody more snoop position pays one hundred sixty five thousand dollars a year lake Oroville reconstructed main spillway is finally going to see its first action today. The department of water resources says the spillway releases down the feather river will range between ten and twenty thousand cubic feet per second that number could rise as high as sixty thousand cubic feet per second later this week of all goes, well lake level standard eight hundred fifty three feet, which is roughly fifty feet below the full capacity. So I'm sorry. That's okay. Though, the one point one billion dollar rebuild a both the main spillway and the emergency spillway took about two years to complete just for the record. She stepped on me yesterday. And so I just. During the day anytime that way, okay? That means of course, that our rivers are going to be rising the Sacramento river will be edging back up this week as rain begins to fall and the levels of lake Shasta are higher the lake is currently at eighteen feet from the crest of the dam now on Wednesday releases from the Keswick dam. They'll increase from fifteen thousand cubic feet per second at twenty thousand feet per second. And a few weeks ago the releases peak at about forty thousand daily nonstop flights to Maui. We'll be added to the Sacramento international airport. Starting today. A Wyan airlines launched additional flights at the airport and more flights to Hawaii could be coming down. The pipe is Southwest Airlines said they would add flights in Sacramento, but they haven't specified which island in two thousand eleven the airport underwent a one billion dollar expansion, but has witnessed record levels of passenger growth so much. So that they're running out of space to take on new flights and flyers. The airport is already considering another expansion to deal with the lack of space university of California retirees were left wondering what was going on yesterday when a glitch caused tens of. Thousands of former employees to not receive their pension checks. Casey are a three is reporting that around seventy five thousand retirees did not get paid yesterday. The UC office of the president told key CRA that they corrected the file processing air and most retirees had their benefit payments deposited at five o'clock in the afternoon. The last one thousand direct deposits are being processed today. And there was no problem with paper checks mailed out last week new parents in southern California may soon be able to take nearly five months of paid family leave for free. Jayson Campadonia has details. The Los Angeles city council today is set to discuss giving parents eighteen weeks of fully paid leave without a reduction in pay the state allows for parents to take eighteen weeks. But at only sixty or seventy percent of their paycheck comes with that time needed to bond with their child. The program would be paid for by employers, but small businesses and nonprofits may get a break. Governor Gavin Newsom likes the idea of a six month, parental paid leave. But his idea is still in its early stage. Ages. Jayson Campadonia NBC. News Radio time now for the top national stories, and let's go to ABC for that. Democrats on Capitol Hill cook it with White House with subpoenas soon made more questions about how some staffers got security clearances. Here's ABC's Phillips, a whistle blower working inside. The White House tells congress top officials authorized security clearances for at least twenty five people whose applications had been denied for reasons, including foreign influence conflicts of interest concerning personal conduct financial problems, drug use and criminal conduct. Today's the deadline set by congressional Democrats for the full report from special counsel, Robert Muller to be delivered. But the Justice department has already said it will likely be a couple more weeks before it's released. President Trump in tweets overnight says a vote on a healthcare plan to replace ObamaCare won't come until after election day. And singer Mick Jagger is now reportedly set for surgery later this week he is having a heart valve replaced. That's forcing the Rolling Stones to delay their upcoming tour, Cheri Preston, ABC news. Just ahead of the KF became morning news, reducing stress at work. There's a new report we'll get to that. In this half hour and a local news roundup. See what's happening all around our region here in northern California..