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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the restaurant I learned from the very best miss Ruth Fertel the founder of rich Chris daycare I called in and I promise you my friend that our stake broiled in eighteen hundred degrees and they're sizzling it's the best thing you'll ever have and don't forget as Lannister's com hungry during news radio twelve hundred W. away on an Antonio's breaking news traffic and weather news I'm rich Denison presidential campaigning in Florida tonight firing up his supporters they're discussing the ongoing impeachment investigation the last selection because they the day when the next selection is very simple for impeachment hearings are set for next week as the house Judiciary Committee takes over the probe the president is spending the holiday weekend that is more a Largo resort in Palm Beach severe weather is expected to impact thanksgiving holiday travel we've got winter storm watches and warnings stretching all the way from the west coast running up into the plains and then getting up into the upper Midwest there's gonna be locations with no getting up to two to three feet wide spread at least six inches of snow out in front of the system here is a little bit warmer which means thunderstorms and unfortunately some high winds boxes Adam clots America is listening to fox news W. O. A. I. local news or thanksgiving or that a Turkey for many families cannot afford a feast that's why Catholic charities today gave away two hundred turkeys on San Antonio's west side president and Tony Fernandez saying this is more than just filling up stomachs well just want to give people respect and they can have a tech accessible today and and now they can actually feel for the game uses the ideas to give low income families one day when they don't have to worry about food reports are coming to light about falsified maintenance reports at Lackland Air Force base Reuters reportedly found employees of U. K. based housing company were faking the records in order.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Learned from the very best miss Ruth Fertel the founder of Ruth's Chris steak house I called in and I promise you my friend our stake broiled in eighteen hundred degrees and they're sizzling is the best thing you'll ever have and don't forget as Lannister com hungry during retirement is not an age it's a lifestyle the key is knowing how to create passive income listen to the lifestyles unlimited real estate investor radio show and learn how Saturday at five PM and Sunday morning at nine on twelve hundred W. O. A. R.. you're smart never will. twelve hundred W. away I am radio. nine four one. she said that you're stealing my my future you stole my childhood. you're still in my dreams. what are her dreams that things are colder outside. you any information her dreams I do not. one three colder out. a part of all those ones I don't I don't know I mean last time I checked is not very warm in Sweden. she wants to be hotter rituals we colder. and I'm confused what dreams what let me ask you this would dreams to Greta of whatever demons do which means that you have. that she was not able to achieve because of quote climate change.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

Conversations with Phil

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Conversations with Phil

"I think it's really instructive for folks so take us us through. Take us through that piece of pottery and maybe we can do a little role play here and doing interactive selling. K. suit sounds good. Well first off that. I business that i had the first franchise business was wonderful because it taught me selling ain't talon. It's asking <hes> there. We go saudi intelligence. Aston austin got right and people and people always come up when they say can. I help you in any way you want to be of service and mm-hmm. What's what's the typical response. Can i help you now. I'm just looking that that's great because my stuff is to be looked at you. We wanna see the beauty of these pieces of clay that i've created it. Instead of being put off by that response you can now begin to a embrace it and say all right. Let's let's talk about clay. Do you know the difference between raccoon. Klay high fired a ring. What what's the difference difference. Jeff coup is fired outside and it gets to be red hot about eighteen hundred degrees and you take it out and you put it in the garbage can filled with combustibles and all of a sudden you've got these huge flames and what those flames do they take out they they lick the peace they they embraced raced piece and they pull out the different colors so raccoon you can do the same firing the same piece the same glaze and you're gonna come up with a different different color piece because it depends on how the flames touch it on other flames lick it high fired pieces are in the kill typically gas or electric and it gets up to twenty one two thousand or twenty two hundred degrees and so it's really consistent even though you're going to get i love opening a kill. It's like christmastime john. You just never know what's gonna. What's going to happen inside but at least you can have some consistency. Where with raccoons do you just you don't because it depends and.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Holiday our partial sunshine a high of eighty eight this afternoon chance of showers or storms for thirty one CBS news update it's already a happy fourth of July in Menomonee falls Wisconsin but the biggest spectacle is in Washington tanks at the Lincoln Memorial military flyovers and an address from president trump I'm gonna be here let me just say a few words and we're gonna have planes going overhead the best fighter jets in the world and other planes to and we're gonna have some tanks stationed outside not everyone is happy about the cost to throw the president's salute to America's CBS's Paula read the National Park Service will divert about two point five million dollars and this money was collected mostly in fees that money that you pay when you enter the park and not wil be diverted to this but we're told that will just be a fraction of the total cost and the total cost has not been revealed V. I. P. tickets for the event are going to the Republican National Committee the department of defense and others CBS news update on when the July deadly BBM news time four thirty till lease Kagel fire department was out with its annual warning yesterday about people setting off their own fireworks WBBM isn't Nancy hardy cover that story even sparklers are dangerous at Chicago fire deputy district chief Walter Schroeder we know right now glass burns at about eight to nine hundred degrees a sparkler can burn it eighteen hundred degrees he demonstrated by using a sparkler to light a shirt on fire at the fire academy which took only seconds to start burning last year a man in northwest Indiana where fireworks are legal was killed after checking on a firework the didn't immediately go off commissioner Richard Ford says you should wait several minutes before even approaching something like that if you light the fuse the fuse in fact goes through and it doesn't make night you leave that one alone because you never know if it's just sitting there smoldering fire department plans to have more cruise and ambulances on staff over the holiday Nancy hardy news radio one oh five point nine FM investigators yesterday released body cam video from Chicago police of an incident in may in which officers fired at the fleeing saw act after they might have mistakenly thought the suspect that shot at them happen may third one two officers saw man shoot and kill someone near division and Central Park body cam video shows the officers chasing the suspect before the gunman jumped in the car in an alley one of the officers tries to grab him a car pulls away the officer thanks for the gunman fired at them the body cam video shows one of the officers reporting the gunfire on his police radio I just want to they did fire right us first its shots fired by the police and at the police use trying to determine if the gunman did in fact fire with the officers or if one of them mistakenly thought the others gunfire was coming from the suspect gunman got away and the search continues for him the police in the civilian officer police accountability are continuing to investigate what a comfort a shelter animal during fireworks this holiday Chicago animal care and control needs volunteers there are currently two hundred eighty dogs and a hundred seventy one cats such cargoes animal care and control many of them are traumatized by fireworks the first to chill with a shelter pets of and we'll pair volunteers with shelter animals and play with them in an effort to keep them calm cool and collected during fourth of July festivities aromatherapy they're gonna be passing out blank comfy blankets to the dog basically anything just to get their minds off of what might be going on outside in the keep then there's the tire them out and get that ready for that executive director Kelly ganzer ski says the shelter is also looking for donations of blankets toys the food and treats the trump administration has done an about face on their effort to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty senses justice department officials now told a federal judge the administration's sees a legal path of forward to add a citizenship question even while the US census bureau is already started the process of printing the questionnaire without the citizenship question a top justice department official said the administration is not giving up on its plan to include a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census form the Supreme Court had blocked the question now yesterday the commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said the forms were being printed without the question today the president called that fake news net is CBS correspondent David bag no a federal appeals court says put to trump administration abortion restrictions on hold again the ninth US circuit court of appeals in San Francisco has vacated a unanimous ruling from a three judge panel of the ninth circuit and put on hold trump administration abortion restrictions the rules ban taxpayer funded clinics from making abortion referrals and prevent clinics that receive federal money from sharing office space with abortion providers federal judges in Washington Oregon and California blocked the rules from taking effect the slate of eleven judges will reconsider lawsuits challenging the rules that were brought by more than twenty states and several civil rights and health organizations hi Mike Rossi and WBBM news time four thirty six in order to get told maybe for star spangled style right now everything's on sale up to sixty percent off that's.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"The door now over here and he takes the wires and he he he hits the door now but these two copper wires and i've sticking out of the contraption and they are wild immediately wrote a georgia and he goes you know how much vote in in in heat it takes instantly liquefied copper and stick it to the store now but i was like no and he's like their tells me it's like this is eighteen hundred degrees probably a lot more near skin take like a hundred and twenty of that in voice starts getting as got it got it so they put up with that stuff like i got older and i was like oh this chicken be dangerous just never happened oh no no no i realize it could be dangerous i got a lot of things i took apart but there's this and it's a natural kid impulse take stuff apart and that's really important i think as parents to foment that if you can have some proclivity because as you take enough things apart they start to understand how they got back together yeah he starts it it's it's it's not a direct lesson but eventually structure stretching become clear like you open up you're tape tech 'cause 'cause it doesn't work as i did you look down and there's a views oh in other words of things in there and it's fry there's a space in there so i go to the stairs jordan brand and we have one of these and he's like wow yeah i do and pop back in i fix my tape deck and i was fifteen and i feel really yeah that you robert klein the comedian you have this joke about like why do we lift the hood of are car when it breaks down were expecting something this saves fix me fix me like is there something with a light on it right and the answer is actually a non zero portion of the time there is something obviously wrong with something when you open it up and it's totally worth doing an for those among us who actually fix stuff i will tell you tell you the one of the great secrets of fixing stuff is i'd say seven times out of ten years and fix something by taking it apart and putting right back together yeah and yet somehow just takes care of this year you're listening to.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Designer. That's something that I tap into all the time that people think is magical and in reality. The secret is all we're doing is touching on prime molested. I give you an example, whether you're a captain of industry or a millennial gamer I can set somebody down around a fireplace and watch their blood pressure drop in their brain waves change. And there's one reason for that is because eighteen hundred degrees Kelvin which is the color temperature of open flame it taps into something. Very very primal in all of us. And so when we gather around an open flame or a fire. It activates things in us that many of us don't even know are there, and I play all those kinds of tricks on people all the time. And they think oh my God. This is just the most amazing thing in the world. When in reality, it's just remembering bodies have deep deep evolutionary instincts. Mike concern, though, is that we may literally be. Ganic, but it's an important word because it in twenty-first-century terminology, organic simply means plants grown normally. And.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's you and twenty friends can sit and dean, we'll give it to our consultation spending, five minutes per house and tell you what you should do if that will bring in more money will just break it up that. Okay. Got where you could just have me. Yes. Just me the whole time. We win me. Okay. So back we go to secrets of the holidays and how to as he said inexpensively do the holidays. I celebrate the holidays every. A year and the way I celebrated is I turn on my porch. Light you promised to turn it on. Every year. I'm sorry. Okay. Thank you. Okay. You know what I'm on the air partner? Okay. Thank you. All right. So dean. Yes, sir. Yes. So we're just taking advantage of the fact that my house is completely destroyed right now. Remodel that we're doing. And so the question is what can you do for the holidays to maintain that kind of spirit through the through the holidays? Even if you're at a distinct disadvantage and the secret is this you recognize what the root of the holidays are all about the idea that it's about taking time. It's about spending time with friends it's about cuddling in getting warm and cozy and the fact of the matter is even if you're living in a disaster zone. Like, I am right now. The fact of the matter is we still go out of our way to create little spaces. And so you don't have to go big. You don't have to spend an arm and a leg decorating the entire house. If you just get yourself a corner a corner a little place to decompress, that's a Buddhist altar. You know what? Candy. Whether it it's tied into your own religious perspective or not the idea's this the holidays, predate, all the religions that celebrate them. And there's a reason for that. The reason is the oldest and most ancient holiday that is celebrated this time of year, not from a religious perspective. From a natural perspective is winter since we came out of the caves, okay, winter has been a reason when nature shuts down for human beings to grab all the food that we've got left huddled around a warm fire tell each other stories and make it through with a spirit of hopefulness until spring. Yeah. Embedded in its very game of thrones. Well, this winter business don't you winter is coming on the twentieth of this month. So the idea is this though, you don't have to have a bonfire. You don't even have to have a fireplace. You can do this with candles because the essence of what kind of flip the switch. Riches in us are just that it's to get real scientific on you. It's eighteen hundred degrees. Kelvin that is the color the light color temperature of an open flame, and whether that is a bonfire or a fireplace or the flame on the top of a small scented candle. It is all eighteen hundred degrees. Kelvin it has the same reaction inside your brain got it. So quick survey here by show of hands. Does anybody number one care that it's eighteen hundred degrees? Kelvin and does anybody know that look at that? Okay. You see that? And by the way, starting with flame and the fire Bruno you took this to way to an extreme about eighteen months ago. You know that you see? The reiner. I had to bring it down to the lowest common denominator, didn't I? So at your house when you're not remodeling and not rebuilding that what you're doing right now. I know you've torn your house apart. What do you do? Normally, we don't we have a tree we put up lights another story trees this year are a lot more expensive just to let you know for a couple of reasons which was I'm going to share you this tree secret. All right. If you are into buying a real tree. And that's a great thing to do as far as I'm concerned because number one, I don't like artificial trees, myself, number two artificial trees are more damaging to the planet than real trees because real trees are grown on tree farms. So it's actually a good thing. Ultimately, there's a spectrum of trees everything from Douglas fir or actually you.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM

"That'll give SP's top national story Senator war hero and GOP presidential candidate John McCain, has done is office says McCain died, Saturday at his home in Phoenix Arizona, after a battle with brain cancer John McCain at eighty one Georgia's state graduates more African Americans than any other nonprofit university in the US data from diverse. Issues in higher education shows Jesus you awarded over eighteen hundred degrees to African American students in. The twenty sixteen seventeen academic year It's. The biggest state university in. Georgia with fifty one thousand students last fall Atlanta police are investigating a deadly shooting about ten thirty last night at Joseph. E. Boone north west. And Archer way northwest officers found by nineteen years old shot in the chest. Doctors pronounced him dead at Grady hospital detectives are investigating. It as a homicide Atlanta America chalance bombings plans to shut down the Atlanta city, detention center and that's drawing kudos from, vac, advocacy groups like the southern poverty, Law Center it says the mayor's proposal shows a commitment to criminal Justice issues protesters on Peachtree street this past week called for closing the city jail WBZ. News time to thirty one in a perfect world there would be no brake lights alert shut Damn.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Got it i put in a food dryer and turn into cherki i on the moisture and then no burn really's so here's the thing that we technically speaking i mean we talked about putting somebody into a furnace we can burn because the human body while being made up of a lot of water is also made up of a lot of fats acids and those kind of things burn so it is possible but you know think about the amount of energy that is required to completely consume a human body when you put somebody into a cremation oven crematoriums oven they don't completely disintegrate like there are big chunks leftover big hunks of bone where's in these cases of spontaneous human combustion sometimes very little bone is leftover it's very small pieces sad fact if i mean i'm going to be cremated i'm not gonna be stuck in the ground but you know they then stick you your remains in a blender to write it all down oh yeah took you out to the parking lot with a hammer time no laughing matter is they have to stick you into some industrial grade grinder to grind up the remaining bids so that you fit into your plastic bag special earn yes so our plant pod or plant pot i think we talked about this before actually like the idea they have the thing where you can be mixed in with concrete and be used in those contracts that they put in the bottom of the ocean to help coral reefs begin i like the ones you can do the pods where you plan to tree oh and you become just fertilizer for a tree to just cool probably going to be fertilizer for something no matter what unless zombies which that's why you want to be cremated that's why i have simplisafe take your head off you can't trust anyone out okay well we've we've got a little off track here but one fact that i do want to hit here before we move on and i played into it a little bit but that is the whole everything in a round the body none of it is consumed by the fire well it's not entirely true he'll something's got scorched at least the bodies that are in like easy chair so mary and henry thomas they were sitting in a chair burn those cheers got massively burned burned up now that again is the weird part is that you think well if i'm in an easy chair in the nineteen eighties it's full of cotton batting like that things should just go up like a roman candle but it didn't a lot of it was melted in burned but it didn't go up and start all house so some things around the bodies will burn carpets or flooring underneath the remains will be scorched and to a degree burned but again not everything which is absurd you know fourteen to eighteen hundred degrees yes seems like things should be more readily that's what it takes to burn up a body but i don't know if that these fires actually achieved that intensity i mean burns up i would assume yeah gorging on it but here's the deal if we are mostly made of water and let's say you're sitting in your chair and your chair catches fire all that heat rises so you're already sitting on top of course you're already on fire yourself but he's still got a fairly decent quantity of water in your body so maybe a lot of that energy is absorbed by the water in your body and i'll just you know burns i think what you're describing his much like a funeral pyre set the buyer body on the the logs all consuming and you're talking some about your taking into the transfer of energy and of apparation and we're going to actually address some of the heat question that devon brought up and some of what you're talking about women get into the theories which believe it or not we're already at where there is because a lot of this story actually is in the theory section yeah so so we should probably go ahead and do that now but let's take a hot second for from our sponsors yeah support for today's show comes from bombay the most comfortable socks in the history of feet going back at least fifty years after two years of research and development bomba's reengineered socks with innovations that make them way more comfortable for example arch support system they have stay up technology insures that sox stay in place but they don't leave the red marks around your ankles and.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Of like mary reese resear and he was burned from the top down so he's in a chair so the sounds nice and peaceful except that it appears that he was one of the weird ones that he burned from the neck or head down is sort of starting more in the area that lot of stuff todd is on news for spontaneous combustion really is so like mary he like i said he didn't completely burn up his legs were there as we just said what's unusual and you see this a lot of times in spontaneous human combustion cases is that his legs were still clothed in socks and pants so he had a pair of pants on and socks and apparently the pants had burned away from the upper portion above the knee and they were still there so it's almost if you know how you'll you'll take pants and you'll make cutoff shorts alpha them yeah but now just leave that cut off portion that's below the knee hanging there else sitting there yeah maybe kind of flame retardant material or something like that well it's weird that it would burn part but not all yes because hurt materials started coming on the scene late seventies more in the eighties and a lot more in the nineties i mean they got really good they said they were flame retard when they were still just cut nut coated in gasoline so but i don't know but what happens is they find his body he's been burned his knees and legs are still there they rule him death by burning so they say he is not a case of spontaneous human combustion though as i'm going to repeat a lot of times today the internet disagrees calls this spontaneous human combustion check heidari why not yeah so there you have it four stories of people who have burned up where they sat literally were these at or laid consistencies between these cases is that as we talked about with mary and henry their legs seem to escape the flames the another one had one like the right the second one we talked about what's his name oh mr bentley yeah yeah he was in the bathroom so one of his legs was still the knee mira had a light left very had a little sometimes you'll see the forearms in hands seemed to be left behind they're not burned up but the furthest extremity the exactly the furthest extremities are left behind another consistent thing is that they're usually a bad smell in the room where the body is found and i don't mean that that you know that dirty smokey smell but more of greasy fatty bernie smell of a barbecue smell not in the nice way not in the nice way and the things that are around the body we've talked about this very beating things around the body like furnishings or carpets or flooring don't appear to have burned there they may be covered in soot in gross stuff but they are not actually burned up so it's weird because you would think that if like we said before if somebody's going to burn everything else around them should go up as well we would thinks catch fire yeah it isn't known fact and we have to say this here that spontaneous combustion just the active things spontaneously combust is verified fact we know that happened so things like cold or greasy rags or compost pile of combustible yes it's really weird stuff you're handed into the middle of a pile of dust as warm warm you know that's really weird oh yeah no there's nothing creeper i we have a compost extra outdoor compost bins we use to make topsoil for planting beds and i'll go out there in the middle of winter and i turn these things about once every week or two and i will turn it and it is steaming hot in the middle and then you put that in a hot day hot environment that stuff can catch fire spontaneously combust it's crazy but it happens but the crazy thing is that nothing about the human body seems to lend itself to be inherently flammable yes that's exactly right so usually like like when you go to the crematorium and they don't just like throw a match on you let nature take care of so got to put you on a he gotta stuck stuff you would imply like what fourteen hundred degrees to eighteen hundred degrees fahrenheit which is seven sixty two nine hundred eighty degrees celsius that's what it takes to cremate someone when they put you in the.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Treat the water the president of the group tells rtd six the hot temperatures are causing the weeds and algae to grow back much faster than usual he says though treating the algae is just part of a bigger problem the reservoir is facing it's very concerning because if this was to turn toxic then you would be able to use the reservoir you can't swim in it you can't vote in it drinking water would be a concern right now aside from donations sponsors from guys sport the july celebration are helping pay for the treatment but moving forward they hope even more homeowners will step up and donate when we celebrate independence day we think of red white and blue grilling out and of course fireworks to end the night but those sparklers and bottle rockets can cause some serious damage if you're not being careful are aaron list is working for you with how to celebrate while staying safe good morning erin good morning guys were trying to get these sparklers lit for you to see this morning there's these two different types that we have here but i don't think they're going to go just because the the wind right now but i wanted to show you there's two different kinds here we have captain mike pruitt here with us what are the difference between these two so we have a bamboo sparkler and then we have the traditional metal rod sparkler now the big difference between the two is the bamboo will burn away the metal one the metal stick will remain and that can get up to eighteen hundred degrees so a lot of times we throw this on the grounds someone steps on it touches someone that can cause serious burns recommend maybe you purchase the bamboo that's on the box and it's labeled either case discarded into a bucket of water all right what else can you show us here so couple of things that people tend to like to do shoot bottle rockets at one another which we highly discouraged you doing that into someone's really throwing any type of firework and also smoke bombs smoke bombs people have breathing problems that can reduce those issues if you throw these somebody gets into that smoke so we wanted to want to try to keep people away from areas like that if they're susceptible to breathing problems then the other thing that people typically like to do is take the roman candles and shoot flaming balls at each other and i tell you this bad news and can get somebody hurt or killed and so you're never wanna hold on make you just want to find the empty mortar to this launch those from there purpose and we finally got the there's the difference see this one's burning away which is the bamboo and the hot rod is going and so this gets very dangerous eighteen hundred degrees folks all right we're going to have more with the bigger fireworks coming up a pronouncing it back to you guys in the studio aaron thank you glad you finally got those slid out there and here's a reminder about when you can set off fireworks over the next few days starts thing starting today you can set them off from five pm until two hours after sunset tomorrow on the fourth of july they're allowed from ten am until midnight and then july fifth.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"A nine fifty two and astronomers are hoping a new discovery will help them better understand how new planets are formed say telescope in chile the photograph this believed the first image of a socalled baby planet that appears just as a bright spot so to say it is while the call it a baby they call it a gas giant bigger than jupiter and that's the biggest planet nar solar system they said has a cloudy atmosphere and the surface temperature by the way is eighteen hundred degrees it's a big baby big baby penn and teller show is on hold for a while because of tellers back injury they cancelled a performance in mississippi on friday taylor tweeting out an apology to fans and they say they're really disoriented at this point because they've only get this they've only had to cancel four shows on short notice during their forty year career badly for taylor because how did he tell anyone he's that was funny tip your waitress nine fifty three bang theory is katie cocoa has gotten married the thirtythreeyearold posted a photo on instagram of her kissing the equestrian carl cook are there in a stable this was over the weekend owner twentysevenyearold husband got engaged in november like how they've been doing this for forty years and i'm still like always tell her the one that doesn't come on all right then traffic we're going to take you to the eagle rock area west one thirty four by san raphael left side of the freeway double overturned so this is most of the left side of the freeway is taken away because of this eagle rock area west one thirty four minutes nine thousand people filler doesn't talk mostly go couldn't score here's radical do seemed like a close contest but the big difference was neymar he scored the first brazilian goal in fifty first minute maid the key pass to revert oh fermi no for the goal that sealed the deal in the eighty eighth minute brazil the two nil win over mexico coming up in just over an hour though the second game of the day japan against belgium nba still plenty of free engine ago seating time left and assuming the lakers do not bring any other big names into town other than lebron james where does that put them in the western conference playoff picture for next year well according to steve cuyler basketball insiders kind of a game chicken playing out here aquatic on all of this vision if you're going to trade in at least by the trade deadline february because after february every all the power in his shifts it took hawaiian he can walk away and you get nothing and that of course steve kerr talking about what the deal is with kawhi leonard and whether or not he's going to be coming anytime soon wimbledon sam query venus williams madison keys all win sloan stevens a four seed loses her first round match serena williams took the first set of her match currently even in the second so that's the story there next sports and less than thirty minutes randy can extend seventy newsradio tonight learning things about each other after this each other for so long a fan boy you like penn and teller i appreciate that way they can buy humor with magic your world cup we're going to talk about it mexico's last live report coming up at ten or three hundred fifty five good weather together every ten minutes on the.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Probably Science

"Dramatic discovery of the skeleton of a man crush by an enormous stone will trying to flee the explosion mount vesuvius in seventy nine eighty tim hicks also sent in the senate in the the man in me of geologist from australia cool this man may have escaped the initial violence of subbiah agency of pump pay only to be crushed by a block of stone hurtling through lethal volcanic cloud on that sucks thing is giants size of a refrigerator his the picture mitch massive stone just tough of a skeleton it looks like it was part of some structures it's missing cut to be retained prison just on his head to yeah pretty much yeah it's like action movie look at that look at the other angle angle show my crazy that guy has some long asked legs i when i picked the people were looking out for the picture people at the most again way linked to this like all the stories in the show notes i loved probably not coming fun of the death of someone two thousand years ago but i think it's fine i don't think we're gonna offend where are we on the comedy but that that look how many minus track time equals tragedy of root of distance i don't have a formula for could you met you running away you you made it the lavas is rock but it just wasn't that guy's day yep he probably walked in on his wife sleeping with their neighbor earlier in the day like things were just going bad him so he he was at least the ta's old according to the gist and he had his thorax crushed in an packed the victim's head has not yet been found officials i don't know if we should dedicate resources to we need to find the whole skeleton if we can bring it back alive the victims had been found officials said the man suffered of infection of tibia which may have caused walking difficulties impeding his escape it so if he didn't have that limp he just needed to be a few feet further and it would've liked it would cr crushed behind him and he would've said whatever latin is a few lucky break or had more of olympia also have been fun that's true it would have crashed in front of him together listen to stuff you should know podcast sometimes they did a maze ing episode of of the eruption and like they go from like win when they started having the earthquakes all all through the it's really fascinating here like what those people were experiencing i don't know there were like precursor quakes and bombay yes so people probably suspected something was going to come and there was apparently communication going on like from one spot to the like telling because like people wrote about it and they had received letters like i have no idea how they were communicating this is it's pretty interesting and then someone did like video where they show like the time lapse of it like how to curb that i don't think it was one of those like you picture of volcano exploding i think like what was the one in in in oregon amounts helen's yeah where it blew the side of the mountain off i don't think this was like that i think the main the main cause of death was the pyroclastic flow which actually brings us to the next story we're gonna talk about yeah i will say you holding also sent in the pulpit story thanks jay okay yeah so the guatemala eruption that's killed sixty two people so far is different from the the hawaii stuff we're seeing because yeah hawaii were to sing spurting lava dramatic looking but guatemala's killed sixty two people since sunday geez we will not be talking about that has not been two thousand years it hawaii has not killed anyone but is slowly wreaking have over a month later so yeah what does this thing that you're pyroclastic flow it's a nasty mix of ashrawi and what can it gases that can be much more dangerous than lava in guatemala pyroclastic flow from sunday's eruption topped eighteen hundred degrees fahrenheit and the russian at which is a thousand degrees celsius which is pretty hot yeah that's pretty the option at play goes explosive sending hot debris down the steep sides volcano to make the pyroclastic flows said eric w clementi associate professor of.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on Doughboys

"This is a head gum podcast when you think of new orleans food a unique fusion of primarily french and west african cooking you probably think of creole dishes like gumbo jumble iea poboy turtle soup and benes outside of fried chicken franchise popeye's the biggest chain restaurant to come out of the big easy is actually a steakhouse opened in nineteen twenty seven and its original form the eatery struggled for decades being sold off repeatedly and coming to the brink of permanent closure on multiple occasions yet finally found so vision lasting success in nineteen sixty five when a divorced mother of two who worked as a lab tech tulane university mortgaged your house to acquire the business and into the restaurant biz this risktaking entrepreneur whose last name was for tell found success where predecessors failed by getting hands on with every aspect of the top house even learning the butcher the stakes herself and she gave her concept a signature by hearing a wait staff of fellow single mothers making new orleans first restaurant with all female servers dubbed at the time the broads on broadstreet unfortunately the curse of the original location returned as a fire destroyed the jury in nineteen seventy six perhaps a bless and disguises for quickly found a new space nearby with over double the seating room the new location thrived and for tells hands on approach was evident in her decision to live the rest of her life and a house directly behind the restaurant as its reputation continued to grow because of it sizzling steaks seared at eighteen hundred degrees fahrenheit and served on five hundred degree plates with generous pat of butter on top for toll reluctantly agreed to franchise expanding i throughout louisiana georgia and then across the united states for tells pioneering success under the unoriginal the first lady of american restaurants and though she died in two thousand to her legacy endures as over one hundred locations now operate nationwide as the businesses unique name contractual reasons prevented biz for from retaining its originally incorporated title when she moved locations so like a rock band touring without its original lineup she modified it by adding her own first name this week on doboy use ruth's chris steak house.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Once when the sahara dried up then it ended the second time when the asteroid hit and they remember that some of them saw the asteroid and all that sort of stuff so they remember it and legends pass on the event to us the watery impact to be i mean what would have happened to the landmasses who would be underwater who would be above water oh boy well i if you look at a map of the floor of the north atlantic ocean you see all these fracture lines thousands of them and that's there is crust showing stress will all broke and magnet came through their flashed the water into steam think of this or how big a cloud that made think of one gallon of milk sitting in grocery store let's make that one gallon of seawater now you drop that on magma which is sixteen hundred degrees fahrenheit or two eighteen hundred degrees fahrenheit s it flashes to steam the volume of steam created by that one gallon of seawater is one thousand six hundred and seventy two gallons of steam in volume so in other words you've multiply that by one thousand six hundred and seventy two times you can get an idea of the magnitude of this cloud that was created by the asteroid impact all right here's rob in toronto canada where heard all across canada and he's saying aren't i've been researching mass extinctions for three years now your guest is full of it he could convince me if he could supply a crater where is the impact site okay here we go i looked this up art on the break and if you get a map of the north atlantic ocean right take a look at these coordinates twenty four degrees north latitude sixty one degrees west longitude that's your crater.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Do the twelve men fought the dry giants fire which reached the temperature of more than eighteen hundred degrees and took several days to get under control others say however that the fire was still burning well the titanic was crossing the atlanta this sounds like a lot of mularkey why well okay so when it so what it is what he's saying that the ice burger head at a vulnerable place and that ship or they're gonna be bene fire presumably saying the ship was up the hole was arty weekend by a fire so it wasn't the iceberg that brought a talented was in fact the the fire the fire i'm just saying science then it was so that it was and the place bird and it was a enormous controllable fire also i'm troubled at the notion that they would have a three story fired that took days to put out that was still burning when they took their maiden voyage head hey they didn't want people that know stuff was going down the rights well early in the stuff that was going down was the whole ship okay i would just like so you're not buying in this whatnot really you're not buying this conspiracy theory i will say there is a new documentary about this particular issue and i'm trying to find details of its of that you can see we're at we're errors because what's the science i don't have the but i'll find it but the moral of the story as you believe that but titanic sunk because that i had ranks bird yet did we you go to the moon no okay i rest play although i did i didn't see it in figure it is and i am oops i'm getting closer to thinking that it's the ball that we went to the motor closer yeah okay so you don't believe it we went to the moon but the ice bird gus thank the titanic yeah your story mayhem i think you're trying to say something i think i don't you know like it anything okay alright well i'm the guy audience is quite capable of doing the max okay carry the one hey bradley if you want to get the same benefits is taking a thirty minute walk without taking a thirty minute walk just a brown rice termin you want me to just see.

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"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

WFLA News Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"eighteen hundred degrees" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

"Yeah be bowl avoid all that by taking the body to prima torrey when you're in and then crew would torrey stuff i mean i don't people he cremated what i think about that i just i just i cringed you know why because when i was said doing this whole more torrey thing but given day i had access to the state wentz was the city's screaming torrey the city seven cherry in fact night fall the movie and i was them why play this ram prior to goes down the sideline basically explodes on camera look it up as call might fall starting jeff rector grip the makeup and a little over i was in this room where i play this i play this guy who's like this really i mean do to turns into of empire many walks out of a cream a torrey him and basically melts i'm a son because agreement torrey him start three has no i do the suns out so walks out he gets walk out the top sup not they had samoa could be see with the stupid has been part of film and i don't know i know but they be way we had access to the cream ettore and oh my gosh it's just i mean the go to cream a torrey and you're wrapped up in a large baggy in your stuff put a cardboard boxes like it's like you're being packed away and you're last journey and you're last year last where were you go to the blast play sure body goes is an of an with a big hewitt eighteen hundred degrees for that's that's fun i know krueger seven done right there you are reduced here basic elements of ashes to ashes dusted dustin about stuff that is what happens two and win.

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