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What Made the Indonesian Plane Crash? New Report Sheds Light
"Let's start with an update a preliminary report on the The indonesian airline crash Boeing seven thirty seven five hundred at jakarta on the ninth of january. Twenty twenty one. You'll remember last height. The impact of the java sea and so on the february twenty twenty one indonesia's k and k t released their preliminary report. They reported at the time of issuing this preliminary report. The memory unit of the cockpit voice recorder has not been recovered and the search is continuing. So they're still looking for that darn thing. The cayenne katie reported. The sequence of events on board of the aircraft has known so far. Let's see on the ninth of january boeing's seven five hundred aircraft registration peak. Ac l. c. was being operated by Pt swabia err on us scheduled passenger flight from Soekarno-hatta international airport jakarta to so by the international airport in pontianak pontianak. I don't know. I guess this alaska. No the flight number was S j y one eight two. According to the flight plan filed the fuel endurance was three hours and fifty minutes at seven. Thirty six Ut see which fourteen thirty six local time in daylight conditions flight one eighty two part to five right of jakarta there are two pilots four flight attendants and fifty six passengers on board the aircraft at fourteen thirty six forty six local time. The one eighty two flight pilot contacted terminal. East controller was instructed I want eight flight. One eight two identified on departure. The the standard instrument departure unrestricted climb level to nine. Oh the instrument instruction was read back by the pilot at fourteen. Thirty six fifty one. The flight data recorder recorded that or flight data recorder reported that the auto pilot system engaged and at an altitude of nineteen hundred and eighty feet was engaged. I guess at fourteen thirty eight forty to the flight data recorder recorded that as the aircraft climbed past eight thousand one hundred and fifty feet. The thrust lever of the left engine started reducing while thrust lever position to the right engine in didn't move. The fdr also recorded the left engine and one was decreasing. The right engine and one remained the same at fourteen. Thirty eight fifty one. The flight one eighty two pilot requested to the terminal east controller for a heading changed two zero seven five degrees to avoid weather and the controller approved the request at fourteen. Thirty nine fifty. Four the controller instructed the flight to climb to an altitude of thirteen thousand feet and the instruction was read back by one of the one eighty two flight one eighty two pilots. This was the last known recorded audio radio transmission by the flight. The flight data recorder flight data recorded recorded. The aircraft altitude was about ten thousand nine hundred feet which was the highest altitude recorded. In the flight. Data recorder before the aircraft started. Its descent the autopilot system then disengaged at that point on heading of zero one six degrees the pitch angle was about four and a half degrees nose up and the aircraft rolled to the left to more than forty five degrees. The thrust lever position. The left engine continued decreasing while the right engine. Thrust lever remained at the same position. At fourteen forty local time the flight data recorder the throttle system disengaged and the pitch angle was more than ten cents. X knows down. No it must be ten degrees download little little Translation issue with the text. I think what we use to snag. These articles
Pandemic Relief Money To Help Narrow Digital Divide On Native American Reservations
"America's digital divide is especially stark on reservations where broadband does often unaffordable or just not available federal pandemic relief money as providing an opportunity to narrow the divide Aaron Bolton reports. Of Small Mountain on the flathead Indian reservation in western Montana sits a brand new one, hundred and eighty foot cell tower confederated sailors and Kootenai tribe infrastructure administrator. Chuck. Reese says in the coming months, it will help Ron can't wireless hyphen Internet's over roughly eighty percent of the reservation to give you an idea of we're bringing fiber optic right in here to all the way up this mountain. I missed his first class connective nearly half of local residents here have no access to high-speed Internet recess. This change will now allow them to take advantage of online education and telehealth and give tribal police connectivity. Ours in February the Federal Communications Commission offered Free Broadband, wireless spectrum, capable of broadcasting high speed wireless Internet tribes initially, not many applied because to make the equipment on those towers really robust. You need a healthy amount of power to the and strong fiber Jeff Blackwell as with Amarin Risk Management and native owned Insurance Company that helps tribes improve digital access within five years. Tribes have to pay to build towers and run fiber optic cable and other utilities to actually make these wireless networks reality. Each project could cost hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars after Congress passed eight billion dollars in federal corona virus relief funding for tribes. In late March tribes submitted more than four hundred applications for the free wireless. Bank trump is it's worthy took this step for broadband purposes. But also utilizing a mechanism that recognizes that placing tribal nations, themselves and the center of the regulatory process has a chance of significance success. However, Blackwell says many tribal lands weren't included in that the F. C. C. will need to make more spectrum available to tribes in the future to shrink the digital divide in Indian country. In the meantime, those like blackwell will be focused on helping tribes currently in the build process succeed
1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens
"So my episode today. is about the nineteen eighty Mount Saint Helens eruption. So now, we weren't alive then even though we were not alive, then it was you know years until Jillian. Many years. Until we were born. We are in our. Mid Twenty. S. So we're very youthful. Yeah. We say what's a CD or whatever I don't know anything I couldn't even pretend to be a teenager because I have no idea went technology. Don T TIKTOK ON THE TIKTOK You know on the TIKTOK so. Nineteen Eighty Mount Saint Helens eruption has a lot of parallels to what's going on in the world today, but it's an interesting story. So to to start with for our non US friends and Non West Coast friends, I didn't know the details about this when I started researching it but Mount Saint Helen's which is known as a lot lot to the indigenous lets people and Lou wit. Luella cloud to the click a tat is an active stretch of Okano located in. Skamania. County. Washington in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States I. Apologize to the Washingtonians. If I pronounced Skamania county your Skamania county incorrectly. I'm sure I will get an email about this. Fifty miles eighty kilometers northeast of Portland Oregon Ninety, six miles or one hundred and fifty four kilometers south of Seattle Washington. So to get a sense of where Mount Saint Helen's is. If you're thinking of both Washington state and Oregon is roughly like. Square ish rectangular ish in shape with Washington, in the north and Oregon just below. Mount Saint Helen's is in the lower left quadrant of Washington state near the border of Oregon. and. She's roughly halfway between Portland, and the Portland Oregon and Olympia Washington, which is the Washington state capital. Okay. also relevant northeast of Mount. Saint Helen's is what's called Spirit Lake. And there's a bunch of little rivers and creeks in that area just due to like the geology of the area but almost directly north of the mountain is the north fork toodle river. River toodle or Poudel T. O. U. T.. L. E. Title River. So. Also? Mount Saint. Helen's takes its English name from the British diplomats. Lowered Saint Helen's is a friend of explorer George Vancouver who made a survey of the area in the late eighteenth century The volcano is located in the cascade range is part of the cascade volcanic arc, which is a segment of the Pacific Ring of fire that includes over one hundred and sixty active volcanoes and for the record before the explosion mount. Saint, Helen's stood at nine, thousand, six, hundred and eighty feet high. So. They knew it was part of the ring of the ring of Fire Okay Yeah Yeah So. They knew as part of the ring of fire. It had experienced some activity throughout recorded history but it. It remained dormant basically from its last period of activity in the eighteen, Forty S and eighteen fifties. So by one thousand, nine hundred had been more than one hundred years before there was any like really significant activity that includes ash like little burps and like any kind of flow or anything like that. So. At this point people were pretty complacent thinking nothing's going to happen anytime soon it's fine like it's a dormant volcano for all intents and purposes until we get to the spring of nineteen eighty. Okay. So, there were several small earthquakes beginning on March fifteenth of that year indicating that magma may have begun moving below the volcano also just as an f. y. we talked about natural disasters on episode sixty one which was called here I am rock. You like a hurricane I talked a little bit about that about volcanoes in that episode. So if you want to refresh your memory about the basics of what's in a volcano check that out episode sixty one, it's very good. Thank you. So on March Twentieth Three Forty Five PM Pacific Standard Time, which everything will be NPS T. Shallow magnitude four point two earthquake centered below the volcano's north flank signal the volcanoes return from one hundred, twenty three years of hibernation. A gradually building earthquake swarm saturated area seismographs, and started to climax at about noon on March twenty fifth reaching peak levels in the next two days including an earthquake registering five point one on the Richter scale. A total of one hundred and seventy four shocks of magnitude. Two point six greater were recorded during those two days. That's a lot. Yeah. So geologists in that area are like look is no not a great sign. Initially. There was no direct sign of eruption but small earthquake induced avalanches of snow and ice were reported from aerial observations. So this mountain is shaking and you know stuff is falling off. It's not it's not nothing. At twelve thirty, six PM on March twenty seventh phreatic eruptions which are explosions of steam caused by magma suddenly heating groundwater. So that's like a quick like spur. Of, like Ash and Steam K ejected and smashed rock from within the old summit crater. Excavating a new crater, two, hundred and fifty feet wide. And sending an ass column about seven thousand feet into the air. So you yeah, knock. Great. So by this date along, east trending fracture system had also developed across the summit area. So there's cracks forming in the summit. This was followed by more earthquake swarms in a series of explosions that said ash even higher above there. And most of this ash fell between three and twelve miles from its fendt. But some was carried hundred fifty miles south to bend Oregon or two hundred and eighty five miles east to spokane Washington. So the ash went pretty far and those who were like what the What is happening here? So? then. A second new crater and a blue flame were observed on March twenty ninth.
The Plague of Justinian I
"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history. On this episode, we're talking about a very dark moment in church history and history the plague of Justinian. The first first let's talk about just in the first he was born in four eighty seven. He came to be Roman emperor in five, twenty seven and he reigned until his death in five sixty three at the time of becoming Roman emperor the barbarian tribes controlled much of what was the Roman Empire The ostrogoths controlled Rome in the boot of Italy that extends down into the Mediterranean Sea the visigoths controlled Spain, the vandals controlled what was formerly North Africa the Roman empire was a fraction and a mere shadow of its former self just Indian ruled from capital at Constantinople. He was determined to bring back the glory that once was the Roman Empire. To do so he would need to launch military campaigns to the east into the Iberian Peninsula to the south and the vandals to the West and the ostrogoths into the north. He had to launch military campaign literally in every direction. And he was very successful after a decade or so of military campaigns warfare. Then in five forty, two Justin faced a new invisible enemy. Well, we'll get to that in a moment first a few more points on just in the first, he is known as giving us the Codex Justinian us it's also sometimes called the Corpus juris civilised. This is the body of civil law. Someone took the time to count it. It's somewhere around the neighborhood one million words. It was a massive rule of law to govern the Roman Empire contains laws on criminal and civil matters on trade, but it also controls laws regarding heresy and Orthodoxy, and even laws regulating paganism. Another thing about just in the first is that he is the creator of the Huggy Sophia he was not the architect though he had significant conversations with the architect and was very influential in the plans but it was under his watch that the Haganah Sophie was built from five, thirty, two to five, thirty seven the old basilica had fallen during riots in that city and just in use the occasion to build what was the biggest church the Roman Empire ever saw its length was two, hundred, sixty, nine feet. Its width was two hundred and forty feet and extended a height of one hundred and eighty feet. It was a massive structure. The HAGIA Sofia. Well, that's just any in the first. Now, briefly on his plague in five, forty to the bubonic plague broke out. This is the your cineas pestis. What came to be known as the black plague. It would come again in the thirteen hundreds and it would manifest throughout the Middle Ages and the time of the reformation. Back in five, forty, two, it is believed to have started in Egypt. This plague then carried on merchant ships too many nations and to three continents. Africa Europe Asia it is credited as the first pandemic in recorded history. It brought all of the efforts of Justinian one to a stop it ended the military campaigns devastated the economy. It ended up killing millions at its height. It would take five thousand lives a day in the city of Constantinople alone. Even. Just any in the first contract. Did it. But he survives one of the stories from that time PRA copious notes of the effect of the plague on the people it caused them to shake off the unrighteousness of their daily lives and practice the duties of religion with diligence but sadly, he also notes. That as soon as they were rid of the disease, they went right back to their old ways. Well, that's just any in the first, and that's the justinian plague five, forty two
"This week we talk about fighting fires twice a week. A firefighter dies in the line of duty. Heroes sense of the word firefighters spend their lives, doing gritty dangerous work, wearing down their lungs and their bodies, so that the rest of us can have safer lives the biggest fire in recent San Francisco history began with just a few wisps of smoke from the top story of the building right here within a half hour, the entire structure was engulfed. Here's how it happened beginning with the first call to fire dispatch. Construction. East of Los Angeles more than fifteen hundred firefighters are facing walls of fire, eighty feet, tall, hot, dry gusts, or whipping up fire tornadoes across brush, Brittle from drought. Firefighters a frontline responders in the battle against climate change whether it's fighting raging wildfires or helping urban dwellers overcome extreme heat or rescuing victims of rising seas, firefighters, a who we call on. What is less well known that? are being exposed to toxic soup of chemicals from melting screen TV's and nylon carpets each time they respond to a residential fire. I talk with Tom O'Connor. Battalion Chief in San. Francisco's five. The poppin as well as one of the directors of the San Francisco Cancer Prevention Foundation about how firefighters a leading the charge to clean up. One Community at the time. I stopped by asking Battalion Chief O. Connor how long he's been with the San Francisco Fire Department. Had Been a firefighter in San Francisco for roughly twenty seven years until one attracted you in the first place to becoming a firefighter. ability to help others and engage in some sort of civic duty that I wanted to serve the community and as well as a kind of drifting between jobs. At that point in my life I thought I was going to be a college professor and I was in Grad. School Davis and this job came up in San Francisco, and I thought well. Maybe I'll do this and make our way through Grad. School before I get my Phd and twenty seven years later and all but dissertation, but one day I'll go back and finish up. What what was on Tom. Science that's pretty amazing that you made that switch of that time that you thought about being firefighter before and the first and the family come from a family of new. York cops and ironically enough My mother's an identical twin, and both sisters gave birth at roughly the same time, and my cousin is in New York firemen and I'm San Francisco firefighter. So yeah, we both kind of follows similar career paths in life. We're in an interesting time as it relates to public service and firefight is still revered, and you'll everyone's local hero, whereas the police are going through a rough time in terms of public perception, and and frankly the behavior firefighters are very fortunate in that. Every time were called. Were there to help? We don't give out tickets. We don't arrest people like there's no. Negative outcome of a visit from a firefighter. We know that the public call us at their absolute worst moment, so we make sure that they have absolute trust in us if they call and they want us, there were at their lowest of low. We WanNA. Make sure that's a very non-intrusive private visit and we WANNA. Maintain that trust so if they opened their doors stranger to. To come in and help we WANNA make sure that they always feel welcome to open that door, so we're always in the community talking to people and we make sure we follow up on the clients that we do visit for Medical Paul or fire call I mean we really nurture the relationship with the community, so it's sort of an oral tradition that's been handed down. With virtually every fire department in the nation, that's you maintain that that level of trust in that relationship with the public and one of the things that's unique about firefighters is you'll live together I mean it's more like a family. You're going back to your family of firefighters. How does that shift even work at one twenty four hour shift, and usually you're off for forty eight hours, and it comes to forty eight or fifty six hour workweek. But yeah, it is kind of a unique social experiment where you put all these people together for twenty four hours. We have meals together and us. You know live and fight and work together, and it's like any family. You'll have fights. You have disagreements and you make up and you come together, and there's high points and low points, but. You make it all work. Some people say we put the fun and dysfunction, but Like it, it's a it's a great experiment and is really an enjoyable profession especially when you put that family aspect together, and where's your battalion Tom I'm battalion one which goes from downtown, San Francisco Chinatown North. Beach all you over to the wharf, so it's a big busy battalion. How many? Do, you have We have roughly seventy firefighters this battalion every day, so it's five stations and I get about six thousand runs a year so I don't know how many would get with all the engines and trucks put together probably in excess of ninety thousand calls a year amazing. It's huge. Yeah, we keep busy. It's really slowed down now with the pandemic because downtown is emptied. So, there's nobody to call nine one one anymore. They're all sheltering in place somewhere
Science Movie Club: 'Contact'
"Summer. I just re watched contact last night and I feel like it held up. You know I feel like I was still really happy. With what is your. What are your thoughts? I was very pleased. Yeah and I feel like I need to watch it more. Regularly summer ash knows a thing or two about making contact if you will with space. She's a real life radio astronomer. Who Works at the. Va a telescope facility. In New Mexico. Be L. A. Stands for very large array basically a group of radio antennas working together to Observe Space. And it just happens to be where lots of the movie takes place so it is very large. That does not align the telescope itself is made up of twenty seven separate dishes there each roughly one hundred feet tall and eighty feet in diameter weigh two hundred thirty tonnes and they all act as one. So they're all pointing at the same thing and they are just a super powerful instrument could call it the most scientifically productive ground based telescope in the world. So it's pretty awesome as where your it's pretty frequent. Contact isn't just about the search for extraterrestrial life. It also touches on stuff like academic culture and scientific funding all stuff worth digging into so stick around. I'm Mattie Safai. And this is shortwave. The daily science podcast from NPR.
Russian warship 'aggressively approached' U.S. destroyer in Arabian sea, Navy says
"The US navy claims a Russian warship came within one hundred eighty feet of a U. S. destroyer yesterday the US fifth fleet says while conducting routine operations in the north Arabian Sea yesterday the USS Farragut was aggressively approached by a Russian Navy ship the Farragut sounded five short alarms which is the maritime signal for danger of a collision but the Russian ship initially refused to change course while it eventually did so the fifth fleet says its initial actions increase the risk of a collision CBS news correspondent candy McCormick says there was a similar incident in June when a U. S. ship had to perform an emergency maneuver to avoid hitting a Russian
Visiting the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete
"Today your next dive. I'm GONNA take you to the Atlanta's dive resort in Douma Getty first of all. You'll fly into Manila from the US and it's a long flight for for example direct from JFK. You can fly to Manila overnight and there are a lot of options from various points in the US in the West Coast. Once you get get to Manila. You'll be transferred by the Atlanta's organization to a flight to do Magadan on an airline called Seibu Pacific as I mentioned. It's just the short one hour flight in the morning. Once you get to do a getty the attendance will pick up your bags from the baggage claim and load them on a van. Where you'll it'll take about a thirty to forty minutes Ride to the resort which is down which is just outside the Duma getty city. You'll get to the resort. It's a little short Dirt road down to the resort. Not Very Long. But it's interesting flows through to the resort. And once you get there you walk completely. Threw the resort to the front desk area. Where you'll check in immediately when we got to the place it made us feel at home? We got there at a later in the day. We were there at dinner and we all sat down to dinner and while we were waiting for dinner. They gave us a quick neck massage. While we were getting manning served so pretty interesting the rooms. We were very very impressed with the room. They're really nice. They can have either a king size bed. Ed or double beds Our Room had a nice couch in it. It was a desk spacious so we could lay out all of our stuff. Also Our Room had double sinks in the bathroom very very nice room. The rooms also had a deck associated winning which are sheltered and they had a ceiling fan on top of the deck. A nice place to dry your bathing suits out or some gear. Plus there was a lounge chair out on the on the deck area. Now I did notice that some of the decks also had hammocks on them. Let's talk about the food to Tokyo. Restaurant is outstanding. You will get three meals a day their breakfast which is all car. You can get a Omelettes waffles. French toast If you're going there eggs benedict are pretty good The one that I really liked where the chocolate banana French toast luncheon dinner. There's a menu board and you can get a super salad. There's up to four entrees on their things like chicken beef fish noodle stir FRY PASTA ASTA and then two desserts this talk about diving. Wow it was outstanding you take aac either. A small motor launch or sometimes there's a larger Bach abode. Noser like with the outriggers on it few on the bottom boat. They're very spacious. Die Sites sites are very close. One to ten minutes away and you can get either muck diving or muck and ref- or just just just reef and we were very very amazed at the colors the fish life the biodiversity. It really seems like it's on steroids. Loyd's compared to the Caribbean. There was not a lot of depth there we usually stayed in the sixty foot range and every dive was sixty minutes. It's or more visibility. Came in at about eighty feet. Also we did a trip to Otto island which is about a forty forty five to fifty minute boat ride where we did three dives. The coral on Apo island was fabulous. I think they say there's over six hundred species of quarrel in six hundred and fifty species of marine life on UPO island. Another thing that we did was your trip over to Seibu. Two Oz. Lob Job where we snorkeled with will sharks now the dive locker is pretty spacious. You get a little cubby for your certain in gear. There are showers into dive locker. Rinse tanks and an area for nighthawks analysis and recording. Debriefing area is Outside and you go through a brief between each dive at what you do you come back between dives to shore change out your tanks get briefed and go forward Lord. There's a Cameroon a classroom. And there's an on site SPA and pool if you don't WanNa take die a take a day off a diving you can do other tours. There's a city tour where you can go out and do some shopping you can get up to five dives a day. Atlantis dive resort. We were so impressed that we are planning to go back in two thousand twenty one with the shop trip
Vertical farming company AeroFarms is making vegetables tastier and feeding communities in need
"A company in Newark New Jersey takes a different approach to farming to help Americans set their dinner table a former steel mill on the side of highway nine in New Jersey sounds like a Bruce Springsteen layer but this is actually the setting of a cutting edge farm this is the headquarters of Errol farms to three half acre property the idea that we can can convert convert it it into into something something green green productive productive and and grow grow indoors indoors all all year year round round be be able able nurse nurse communities communities is is really really exciting exciting that's that's Marco Marco shima shima chief chief marketing marketing officer officer for for aero aero forms forms which which was was founded founded in in upstate New York but it shifted into Newark we were fundamentally wanna put the farms where the people are and think about how to be most efficient and that delivery sorry selling partners their warehouses and their distribution facilities are within just miles an idea that we're a little in their backyard idea that we can be really collaborating closely on understanding what their needs are and be able to grow very efficiently he says it's AG three point oh adapting the message for a changing world with more people especially living in cities but with less land to grow on coupled with water shortages and extreme weather and as soon as we step inside the farm it's another reminder this is not a traditional farm with the scarecrow rows and rows of growing trace their eighty feet long stacked to the ceiling forty feet above all with the purpose three sixty five days are creating the exact same environments will optimize the plants and so independent of the seasons in that part of the weather and this is about how we can really think about first and foremost but how to create the perfect environment for the plants and happen to be a perfect environment for workers as well and this room filled with baby leafy greens and lots of the pound the feel this may take thirty to forty five days to grow I mean the roads fall to fourteen days given the plan exactly what it needs when it needs it but how do the plants grow we talk about growing indoors without sun for soil are growing medium is a flaw that we have made in the cost of this a lot of flexibility in terms of what we can grow we talk about a wide range just over seventy different types of products we wrote on the cloth but the air owner from the first aeroponics sewer missing the roots the right amount of of water water in in the the right right amount amount of of nutrients nutrients and and that that cloth cloth serves serves as as an an important important barrier barrier so so nothing nothing touches touches the the plant plant as as the the roots roots are are missed missed it it underneath underneath and and what's what's creating creating is is really really healthy healthy growing growing my own for the roots is that what we need is oxygen and so the roots staying on air and they're able to really absorb the nutrients and and the my own factor that we develop there are no windows in the growing room don't plants need sunlight is about how we can think differently in terms of not only that delivery but still needs some light in the spectrum of light we think about how to actually cheat more effective photosynthesis indoors and outdoors and Errol forms provides the spectrum of light by using LED lights above the growing trace the process is all about control he's drawing towers are really like living computers their sensors built in everywhere constantly looking at there it is on the field how this little control for more poorly have this level of precision the idea that we can really think about what's happening real time in this controlled environment allows Errol forms to focus on taste not having to worry about drought or insects or anything else in a very efficient environment we are growing uses ninety five percent less water the size with the same time because of the faster growing cycle are billeted do all year round and then there's no competition you know it with weeds as the weeds and Soviet greater offer prescription is aware growing it has many times more productivity per square foot in the field form an analyzed basis forms to work directly with customers about what they want in products you know who introduced the Kim we had consumers were doing demos doing a dance in the store this is typically a little involvement category right you know with traditional feel farmers come in and the first thing they do is they they check the vigor from the planet and the ideas they were able to grow indoors incredibly hearty plant by knowing and how to stress at the right ways and so that's really creating some product differentiation for us as well it's also creating an impact on the city of Newark were four of Errol farms nine locations are creating jobs to go along with the healthy food options for residents of the city that contain some food desert investors have taken notice arrow farms as several big name backers all of this playing out in the garden
A Tapeworm Called Reggie
"Ren Door is a Lobsterman. And he was ren indoor ren door all his last name is door. Okay because ren door sounds like a jet I name oh I thought it sounded like a meat process that too yeah anyway so ren door had just set a triple three lobster traps attached by a single line. Don't know what that means. Just because I'm from Maine doesn't mean I fish for things And he saw something in the water the he did not expect. He was five miles off mainland Harrington so H- Harrington's down on the coast. He was five miles off the coast as we say in Maine Rain Down East. Yeah sure. Let's Downey step up and gazed out into the water as fishermen do and what did he see a young deer in the water. The water. How far out five miles what? Yeah a deer. That's that's almost international waters. So was it a spy dear. What Oh you think? He was sent here. Maybe he was swimming toward the shore. He was hid swear swam. I'm from some hostile nation. You think so. Maybe he was just getting closer and we and we grabbed him before he got here. Maybe that's it dear. You're spying activities. Ran On the other hand had a different thought. He thought I'm sure he'd been going from island to island or shore to an island and he couldn't see or got caught in the current or something had happened. He was just going with the flow. He wasn't trying to swim or fight with it. He was just kind of floating. And I'm sure I mean he must have been exhausted He was floating away from the shore out into the open in ocean. And I mean he he must have been out there for hours and hours will. Yeah an hour's five miles from the mainland even if he was island hopping right. That's incredible so the fishermen decided. Obviously they had to snag this dear so they hauled the buck walk into the boat and they saved him. He weighed about one hundred pounds. And there's a picture of him on the back of the fishing boat and they said okay where is it. He laid right down like a dog. He was beat out shaking shivering. I'm sure he was froze. That says November number in the ocean off main so Downey's he laid right down there late down all juries pretty much froze. Britain here looked out over the water and I saw him out there. You just lurking so anyway that dear I love him. That's fantastic. Is that just kind of a little bonus thing that you Through in this episode. Oh I just saw it and I was telling you about but that's not your topic to now. What is is your topic? Oh don't you want to just fawn over the deer and no. I think the buck stops here. Oh aw I just. I'm sorry I get distracted with you looking at me I'll do I You go first though I can do that. Sure and the deer stories nice too because this is this is going to blow right by and you're going to be like wow. That was short for it. But I'll be like Oh but dear story and you're GonNa like Oh that'll make up for it. Sure did work on tobacco that arms. Well even wrote a jingle for it. Yeah that is beautiful and get gross all right so I found a little tidbit the other day. Hey which are my favorite things little tidbits and you can go like hey. Did you know Blood Alah and people go no wet and then you're so that's a tidbit for you and I found it tidbit and I was like I have to learn more about this magic magic being disgusting worms. Okay so flat worms. They are the most simple type of worm and there are about hold onto your butts twenty thousand species of flat worms. The idea that you you introduce the topic of flat worms and then insist we hold onto our butts. That was their pen worms. Sorry Yep so. There are free living types of flat worms which do not live off a host big? Thanks by the way for Dominique for gathering much of this information for me free living types of flat worms can be found in freshwater marine or damp terrestrial environments and most flat worms are free living however some are of heroin. Flame they are ribbon shaped and are flattened. Dorsey eventually not sure I've said that right. There are four major classes of flat worms they have names and roughly eighty percent of all flat. Worms are of the parasitic nick. Type flat worms are grows. That's a little jingle. I just made up. I like it very much like we did at the end where you made it like Well yeah very creamy. The plane Arians live. In freshwater PL- Americans are Hermaphroditic Hermaphrodite Sounds right. They're both Yup and it has a simple brain a nervous system aero like head and two is spots so these dudes have the ability to regenerate. So they're hacked up. They can be like nope new parts new party can't stop me. Can't stop won't stop like the type of Salamander that can regenerate its tail. Yeah that's fascinating. It's also terrifying. But it's something that could lead us to you. Learn about a lot of things. The thing is like they're amazing. Creatures all over the place that can do amazing things and I think it's really neat that we can learn from them mm-hmm however I also don't think we should test on them so I'm torn there even flat worms now don't even the hermaphroditic ones that's implying lying that having both parts makes you less worthy of Noam not playing that at all. I'm just implying worms And I wanted to say hermaphroditic it is. It's fun to say so these guys are scavengers generally or carnivores and they're they're pretty harmless really. They'll they'll just snack on whatever's about but they're not gonNA cling to you and make you their meal most often. Let's talk about everyone's favorite flat worm the tapeworm form. That's not one of mine at all. The tapeworm can get into a person's digestive tract and grow to enormous lengths adult tapeworms can measure more than eighty feet long. That's twenty five meters and they can live as long as thirty years in a host. No no way. That's horrifying beyond all expectations. Recent story about a man from India detailed how he had a six foot tapeworm removed from his innards. And I was okay during most of the the reading about this until they described it. They they used forceps pulled it out of his mouth home Oh Gross I heard a story one time of somebody who had a I don't know how long the tapeworm was but it came out when they were taking a bath. Oh they were just sitting there and they looked down in like this worm was coming out of there but into the TUB. I mean it cutting out is good. Yeah but that bathwater done charm to throw out the tapeworm with the bath. Water do make. How do you make sure the rest of it comes out and it doesn't go back? I don't know you grab it. Are you grab it. I would be tempted to but wh what do you do. I know that like when I was a kid and we would catch earthworms to go fishing. They would you know they'd be out of the whole little bit and you just pinched the worm in the wormwood come out because it needed air or something I don't know would come out anyway. Why would you pinch it? Yeah you just pinched the worm and it would come out of the whole it will. It won't stay underground being pinched. Why I don't know but that's doesn't make any sense you'd think you'd WanNa go back in the whole right but it doesn't work that way with earthworms worms for whatever reason you pinch them and they come out of the whole? Is it the same with where AM I. Don't know I'm I'm putting Griffin's important in this kind of situation as you want together as much information as we can yeah. I don't know if you pinch but worms if they'll come out or not into your tub water this I don't know yet but I think we need to Fundus into study. I bet there's someone listening. Who knows Oh you know there is? There's somebody who has a tub worm degree and will let us know thank you some tapeworms form's attached themselves to the walls of the intestines where they cause irritation or inflammation Sometimes they might just pass through you and and an toodle out And your tub or whatever the thing is like the the tapeworm can get dangerous as it grows and consumes assumes more and more of the host's resources I would think that if there's anything eighty feet long living in urine tests could be dangerous. I don't know that there. There have ever been any Records or recorded instances of eighty foot long tapeworms inside of people But but yeah. I'm curious now and I'm shocked that I didn't look it up. What is the longest tapeworm? That's come out of a person. I found this on the web route. Six feet. Okay Yeah Yeah that's gross that's enough Taller than I am big enough. So the tapeworm has hooks folks and suckers on their head and they use them to attach to the intestinal wall and They they they can travel to other parts of the bodies still being attached to the intestines because the length that they can grow to. So they'll they'll kind of like keep their one hand end on the home base tree tag. was that what I was going for. I don't know hands on base right. They're staying safe in the old innards but awesome another parasitic form of flat. Worm is the fluke and they are characterized by a well-developed digestive system system with a mouth at the interior and one or more suckers surrounding mouth and suckers are generally kept to. It's like I said they are used mostly to keep themselves attached to the to the host. They're not retrieving fluids necessarily through those little title right. Now that's that's they do that through their their mouth at the anterior And that's Yup okay though sometimes With the Fluke They can end up being affected by Chernobyl. And they end up in a sewer. You're and then a longshoreman. fines a half eaten corpse in a sewer system and they have to report that to the FBI and then the FBI comes out out to investigate and they find the fluke man hybrid and You
How Can I Become a Mermaid?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and Redeemer Miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your Wallet Credit Approval Required Capital One bank. USA NA welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey Rain Steph Lorraine Bogle bomb here. If you're fascinated by mythological creatures love to swim and know the entire score to the Little Mermaid Your time has officially come mermaid ing is an honest to goodness hobby and even career and it's poised to explode at a mermaid school or birthday party near you. All you need is a tale and more on that in a minute a while. It may seem like this popping up out of nowhere. mermaids and Mermen have actually been at it for years. Now we spoke by e mail was Sheila Kaiser Lead Lead Mermaid Instructor at Awkward Mermaid in Austin Texas. She said Mermaid has been around for twenty plus years. I think will only continue to grow in popularity. We teach ages seven to eighty and they have all different reasons for wanting to come then experience being a mermaid or Merman. Yes the Typical Mermaid school has classes for both adults and children and hosts special events like Bachelorette parties we also spoke by email with Kayla. MARAMA armored instructor and Professional Belly Dancer in the Northern Virginia Virginia area. She said I personally have loved mermaids. Since I was young and I also love the water for children when they have the chance to meet a real mermaid and learn from one they often are very excited to do so adults that are interested in mermaid ing tend to do so for a few different reasons to live out a childhood fantasy or to do something different and interesting but she notes. It's a lot harder than it sounds. Indeed Mermaid is definitely best done by confidence swimmers Marama explains. We know no that swimming in any capacity can be a tough workout so one must be a strong swimmer before putting on a tale as a tail adds. A new level of difficulty tells me way between fifteen eighteen and thirty five pounds. That's about seven sixteen kilos. Many Mermaid schools require participants to be able to pass basic swim tests being able to swim at least twenty twenty five meters. That's around eighty feet tread water for a minute and float on your friend and your back in a class you learn the basics of how to swim with a tail plus things like the Mermaid made high five and how to do handstands which soon translate into synchronized mermaids swimming skills some classes also teach kids about caring for the oceans and indeed mermaids swimming is a killer way to get or stay in shape we also spoke by email with co-head Mermaid Rachel Roddick with Aqua Mermaid Chicago. She said it offers a total body workout. From toning your gluts quads and ABS combined with great cardio exercises working on breath control underwater. It's a low impact sport. The benefits from from the boy effect of the water that takes pressure off joints alleviating pain and discomfort at your first class usually just need to wear a swimsuit. The school will normally normally supply the monitoring and the tail skin. The monovalent is a piece of equipment with full pockets that allows you to propel forward in the water while the tail skin is a complete tale. It's pulled on over the modification. If you plan to stick with this you may want to buy your own models run from about one hundred bucks for something basic all the way to five hundred dollars dollars or even three thousand for Realistic Professional Grade Mermaid tails but wait you say you can be professional mermaid. You Bet allthough some people take the classes just for fun and exercise. There's a growing contingent of professional mermaids around the World Uncle Mermaid estimates that there are about a thousand professional mermaids currently working in the United States. There's presently no standard certification program that Almer people must pass but there are a number of mermaid conferences held around the world every year so how does pursue a merger career many pros become Mermaids Swim Instructors Mermaid entertainers at birthday parties events in the like Mermaid eight influencers on Social Media and even Custom Mermaid tail makers. There are also mermaid modeling opportunities to be had for photo shoots or on film. A A friend of mine was a mermaid extra in a recent episode of Hawaii five o much like any career. There's some investment required on the front end to become professional. Mur Person I a potential pro must be a strong swimmer and have a background teaching swimming or synchronized swimming if they plan to be an instructor and other classes can help like early childhood education education courses if you plan on working with kids and Business Courses Mermaid ing is a business after all today's episode was written by Elliott and produced by Tyler claim brain. Stuff is the production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this a month of others splashy topics visit our home planet planet has networks dot com and for more podcasts from iheartradio business iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows today's episode is brought brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase your next trip is closer than you think. What's in your wallet.
Submarine Hobbyists Help Researchers On Montana's Flathead Lake
"Something unusual was bubbling underneath the surface of northwest montana's flathead lake this summer submarines the subs pilots. We're helping cash-strapped researchers helping them explore the depths of flathead lake for free and study the lake's ecosystem aaron bolton with montana public radio radio explains it can be hard for research divers to see what's at the bottom of deep bodies of water like flathead lake unless of course they have a submarine marie. We'll be a good test right. That's right and grab a screamer this summer. A group of submarine hobbyists is who build subs themselves spent a week on flathead lake as volunteers. One of them is hancock who lives in nearby hype bridge columbia on a recent tuesday morning we get into his two man submarine smaller than a compact car already bobbing on the lakes crystal clear surface khun bang on forty feet. They're wanting to go down. Okay all right. We're gonna die prong cane to north west montana to help researchers explore the bottom of flathead lake which is three hundred eighty feet at its deepest point <music> fourteen feet from the renou slope icy prox- sub is the people of going much deeper than the bio stations research divers limit of one hundred feet. One of the stations research scientist is jim craft. He says deep water research research is expensive unless you're going to do a lot with them to put out you know twenty thousand dollars or so for rover or shoot in autumn how much a submarine cost but he does know they don't do enough research that deep to justify the cost but the sediment and algae samples collected on this expedition might lead to more deepwater research video will also help researchers examined invasive mices shrimp so understanding their habits in what author doing is really nice. This scientific reconnaissance wouldn't have been financially feasible for the bio station without proc. The sub hobbyists are members burs of inner space science a collective that connects researchers with private submarine owners when we started it two years ago. Alex smith is the site's founder and seems to be working out the group's seven members solicit expedition ideas from researchers through their website and because they're not commercial operators. No money exchanges his hands. They're just in it for the experience. It's much more rewarding to use your sub that way than to just putter around and just come home with a family family video. Something smith hopes the resulting research will bring in more expedition requests back on the bottom of flathead lake sub owner hand crank and a fellow inner space science member have found some of those invasive mice shrimp beginning their daily migration gracious to feed on the surface. Yes so they're they're so tiny. The mices population has fueled old in explosion of invasive lake trout since the nineteen eighties significantly reducing numbers of native trout species the resulting data from the partnership between the hobbyists owners and researchers could help lake managers understand what's happening with trout populations and how they might restore the ecosystem for n._p._r. M._p._r. news. I'm erin bolton at flathead lake in montana.
What Surfing Can Teach Us About Risk
"Big wave. Surfer. Big wave surfing, usually means riding waves bigger than about twenty feet high in Bryan has been surfing for a really long time right now. I am fifty eight years old, and I've been surfing fifty eight years. So my dad took me out when I was three months old, the summer after Brian finished high school. He was a lifeguard at a beach, when he saw a surfer wipe out on a massive wave. The surfer was struggling to stay afloat and Bryant tried to swim out towards the surfer to save him. But he just couldn't get close enough each wave get hitting them in hell holding on the water, and he kept popping up and screaming for help, and he survived full waves. And we kept screaming back and forth when the fifth wave came hit him. He's gone never found his body, but till is there, I still hear his voice, I sees face. I sees is, you know, so I it's kind of lost that you wish you coulda done something. But you couldn't you know at that time Brian never forgot that. And they never stopped thinking about ways to make surfing safer in years later, it was Brian himself who I take out on a massive sixty foot wave. He's arrived. He was fine. But he had a realization that day one that chair. Changed the sport of surfing forever. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Carcione and I'm Stacey Smith the way that Brian changed. Surfing offers a surprising lesson for how all of us non surfers deal with risk. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Charles Schwab, when it comes to your money, Schwab believes asking questions can lead to better outcomes. Do you know how much you're paying and do you get your fees back if you're not happy, ask your broker, then visit Schwab dot com slash comparis-. Support also comes from Jimmy, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin, and other crypto currencies to your portfolio. Protecting your investments with oversight and state of the art cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Alison Schrager, is an unexpected guide to the history of surfing. She isn't economists to studies risk view ever surfed. No. Allison writes about the history of big wave surfing in her new book and economists walks into a brothel and other unexpected places to understand risk to Allison, the history of surfing is about how technologies that are designed to make the world safer in less. Risky can have the unexpected result of sometimes making it more dangerous more risky in the early days of big wave surfing around the nineteen forties, and nineteen fifties surfers had to be really fantastic swimmers and Allison says that was because back, then if you lost your surfboard in wipeout, you had to keep yourself above water without it. And if they wiped out they might have to swim three or four miles in really rough surf to get back to shore. So back then it was very small very elite group of people at the superhuman swimming skills. But then surfers started using a leash which attach is their leg to the surfboard allowing them to keep that board even after a wipeout. Allison says the leash did make surfing safer, but it also made it more likely that weaker swimmers would take up surfing in the first. Place and those weaker swimmers might take risks. They didn't understand because they thought the leash made them safe. Brian k Lana says he sees this every time a new technology makes surfing, a little bit safer when people think they can try to serve without a lot of training to fulfill fantasy, but they get wacked reality. You know, the their fantasies all den and you know, just reached the stars. But, you know, all of a sudden, they're eating the reefs and the bottom of the ocean. But the really big innovation in big wave surfing came later. And it came from Brian himself in the late nineteen eighties and early nineteen ninety s Brian was surfing at a tournament called the Eddy prestigious event. We're only a couple dozen of the world's best surfers were competing. And that is when Brian wiped out on that huge sixty foot wave. And while he was in the water wave after wave kept crashing down on him and he was in what surfers called the impact zone. That is the area where the waves are breaking the waves the strongest and where it is the hardest to swim out, Bryant was starting to get nervous. But then he saw something that he didn't expect. So, you know, I looked up and one of my friends came up with a standup jetski cinnamon, and he zoomed right in and looked at me and asked me all right. And I was just amazed that someone came into the impact zone. His friend couldn't grab because jetski was too small. But Brian says that seeing his friend completely calmed him and he had an epiphany if the technology now existed to get someone into the impact zone then that same technology could be used to rescue someone and get them out. So Brian learned everything he could about the new models of wave runners, and jet skis, and he started buying them and trying to attach sleds to the back of them, turn them into rescue vehicles to pull drowning surfers out of the waves after enough trial and error it worked, the jetski changed the sport of big wave surfing. Eventually, it was just understood that rescue teams using jetskis would be nearby. Anytime surfers were riding big waves, and one day, Brian, and another lifeguard. Even. Used jetskis to rescue seven servers, who could not get back to shore. But technology for me is double edged sword because with all proper training or problem, mental attitudes. It also sends a false sense of safety. Also out in lineup also, too. So I also see people taking more of a risk because they see the use of the jet skis there as well as petition devices not only were weaker surfers now getting into big wave surfing, because of the jet ski but strong surfers raising jetskis to get to bigger and bigger waves like eighty foot tall waves, this is called Toan surfing or the surface actually pulled behind jetski to these humongous waves. In other words, these strong surfers were using the jet ski which was supposed to make surfing safer to take bigger and bigger risks. And in fact, this is what reminded communist Alison, Schrager of financial markets. Just like a jet ski can make it safer to ride a big wave their financial products that can make it safer to invest your money because they limit how much money you can lose. And just the same way jetski can be used to take on bigger and bigger waves. Those same financial products can also make it easier to take a bigger risk with your investments, so you can make a lot more money if the investment goes up, but that also means that you can lose a lot more money. If your investments go down fact, this is kind of what happened during the financial crisis. That's right. And so the question is, what can be done to make sure that people are taking the right amount of risk either surfing or in finance. Well, if you're a surfer, you educate other surfers, and you participate in something called the big wave risk-assessment group safety summit on the north shore of wa who that's right. Surfers have their own risk. Some ad is amazing and wonderful. I want to the big waves for risk summit. I mean normally idea risks. Summit is not appealing, but through surfing in there, just sounds interesting Alison had the same thought she actually attended recent summit, one of the founders was Brian kill Ana. An says she was like kind of the personnel there, there were three women there. Probably like maybe fifty people. Okay. So again, like a pension risk conference. No light slide with a lot of math on it. Mostly men. But they were way better looking in a much better shape than it a pension risk conference. Probably a better tans super tan. Not a closed. Toed shoe in the room at the summit, surfers, go basic safety and rescue techniques, things like CPR, and they also learn about how waves break and then color code different surfing zones. Based on safety and even discuss how to use drones to signal wear a fallen surfer is drowning to alert rescue team all kinds of things. Yeah. So education is one way to help people manage risks. Another way is government regulation, which is what's used in finance. For example, sometimes there are restrictions imposed by the government on what kinds of financial products you can invest in. Those restrictions are based on how much money you have or whether you understand the risks that you're taking or other variables nine surfing. There are some regulations about using jetskis to ride big waves in Hawaii, but also says that generally speaking surfers are opposed to regulation. Also, the whole idea of like tons of surfing regular. Just seems counter tips or the whole ethos. Yeah. Supposed to be like laid back and relaxed not filling out things in triplicate true, though, surfers do still have debates for example about whether surfing should require training certification like scuba diving does or more recently about who should be allowed to wear new, inflatable, vests to ride big waves. And Allison's main point, is that whether it is surfing or financial products. These debates are definitely getting continue because even when people learn how to manage the risk that comes with a new technology, either through education or regulation or just from getting used to risk. Another technology can come along that introduces new risks that is surfing. It's also, by the way, the whole history of finance, a new financial product is introduced people take more risks. Sometimes there's even a crash or a wipeout. Yeah. And then new regulations are imposed until the next new financial product and the cycle starts over. This podcast was produced by Dr Rath Jaen edited by
3 dead, 4 injured after Virginia gas station explosion
"In Buena Vista Virginia. Officials say three sets of remains have been discovered at a gas station where an explosion occurred. Ryan Clark's all the blast fee isn't surprised to hear a big boom. And this kind of makes you shudder a little bit. And that shook the truck and made the turn you could see help the smoke was probably eighty feet in the air may take days to identify the
Billionaire Investor Ray Dalio urges capitalism reforms to fix wealth 'national emergency'
"One of the most successful investors of all time is somebody you probably have never heard of despite his net worth of eighteen billion dollars, Ray Delio avoids extensive interviews and has not allowed news cameras. Full access to his firm Bridgewater associates until now he predicted the two thousand eight financial crisis. Now, he sees a prolonged period of sluggish economic growth and the threat of a confrontation between the US and China, but there's a greater danger Delio wanted to warn us about. So we figured it would be a good investment of our time to do a deep dive on the principles of Ray Delio. When a billionaire invites you to his boat. You've got it go. Terrific data be out on the water, especially if he sends the choppers take you we flew just north of Nassau in the Bahamas to me Ray dally off air at lined up. Big enough. A Lucia is one hundred eighty foot long research ship and Ray dallies, pride and joy. Well, what a wonderful place to meet you. Thanks for having. Dallaglio love scuba diving bought it nine years ago. He wouldn't tell us for how much, but he had it decked out with scientific year including submarines that can dive a half mile fantastic. Great fantastic. There we go. Before we go deeper, we should tell you what's on his mind. Dallaglio who grew up middle class is alarm about the growing divide between the haves and have nuts. He points out that over the span of a decade. America's lowest paid workers had just a fourteen percent chance of rising to the middle class. What has happened to the American dream? I think the American dream is lost. I think for the most part. We don't even talk about. What is the American dream? And it's very different from when I was growing up. What's not working? It's not redistributing opportunity, we can call it a wealth gap. You can call it an income gap. And so I think that if I was the president of the United States or it has to come from the top. What I would do is recognize that this is a national emergency. It's bad. If you look at history, if you have a group of people who have very different economic conditions, and you. Have an economic downturn. You have conflict in the thirties. For example, you had four major countries that were democracies that chose not to be democracies because they wanted leadership to bring water to the conflict. I'm not saying we're going to go there. I'm saying that right now, it's a huge issue. It's unfair and at the same time it's unproductive and at the same time it's threatens to split us spends a lot of time thinking about where the markets and the world are going here at the financial powerhouse. He built Bridgewater associates is tucked in the woods of Connecticut at the confluence of two rivers popular for fishing. Fifty miles from the chaos of Wall Street. So you play com- com- this critical. You know, the motions will kill you at sixty nine Ray Dallaglio bears little resemblance to any Wall Street shark. He's more like a quirky professor Dallaglio has joined fellow billionaire, Bill Gates and others in their belief that the concentration of wealth in fewer and fewer hands is a threat to democracy, so should taxes on people. Like you the raised. Of course, you say, of course, of course, one way were another important thing is to take those tax dollars and make them productive. Very very recently. The idea's been that cutting taxes on people like you will promote productivity. Yeah. That doesn't make any sense to me at any sense at all. So it's gotta be through taxation. Yes, am I saying something that's controversial? It's just strangely here. It come from the mouth of a billionaire. I've lived the American dream. You know, his father was a jazz musician, his mom, a homemaker dally bought his first stock when he was twelve with money. He earned as a golf caddy today. Dallies firm manages one hundred sixty billion dollars. It has all the excitement of an insurance agency dallies analysts don't chase the gyrations of the market. Instead, they quietly study centuries of history looking for patterns in stocks politics, anything to help by winning investments Delio is especially bullish on China, which he predicts will be the greatest economy of the twenty first century and America's greatest rival last year. His global approach helped him earn a remarkable fifteen percent for his clients. While the Dow dropped six percent, we see the successful Ray. But you hit some bumps along the road on the way here. Yeah. Like in the eighties. You bottomed out. Oh, yeah. The Federal Reserve is less able to revive that. Then he was a Wall Street whiz. Kid absolutely certain a depression was on the horizon. The economy is now teetering on the brink of failure. He was wrong, very wrong. He missed the boom of the nineteen eighties. I read that you called yourself in Aragon jerk was an arrogant year. I had tomorrow ten thousand dollars from my dad take care of my family, your musician, dad had to cough up ten thousand dollars to keep you afloat. Yeah. And it was one of the best things. Really that have happened to me because it changed. My whole approach the decision making it gave me the humility that I needed to balance with my daddy because he took nude of his failures and other lessons over the next twenty five years and wrote principles pub. By Simon and Schuster, a division of CBS. Two million copies of the book have been sold worldwide. It's dallies recipe for creating what he calls an idea meritocracy. So what I mean is that I wanted to system in which the best ideas went out, and I would describe it as tough love, and I wanna get there through radical truthfulness. In other words, people say what they honestly mean and radical transparency allows people to see things for themselves. So get rid of the office. Extel young politicking there's a rule here that you can't talk behind anybody's back. You do that three times you're out of here. Everybody at Bridgewater is monitoring everybody else. Almost all the time. We saw it at this meeting where workers and managers gave each other grades in real time. What sort of grades? Do you get you could see like I get blasted a lot. There's a bit of a big brother vibe here that Cameron is an hours. It's their nearly every meeting is recorded and scrutinized. Can you understand somebody looking at it from the outside that sounds a little strange? No, I understand I even a little creepy. I totally understand how that could sound that way. You also have to understand that when you're doing this awhile. And you look at other organizations and people are not open with each other. And they're hearing a lot of spin that from this point of view that seems creepy you have a high turnover. I would say in the first eighteen months, it's about thirty. Maybe a little over thirty percent to thirty percent sounds like a lot some people describe it. As an intellectual navy seals. You know, you go certain percentage or not going. Make it. And that's the way it is think what you want. It's hard to argue with success Bridgewater has made money for its clients. Twenty five of the last twenty eight years. This is other worldly. Shipwreck? Whether it's investing or exploration Dallaglio goes his own way. A while your fellow billionaires base os Branson, Elon must they're all going into outer space. They're headed towards Mars and the moon you choose to go
Man leading search for Sala's plane says wreckage found
"Of course, the story that's been dominating English football over the last couple of weeks has been an update in the last few hours wreckage from a plane carrying the Cardiff City. Football million Asala has been discovered near the Channel Islands between the south coast of England and the French coast the plane disappeared on his way from in France to Cardiff with the newly signed Argentine striker and pilot David Ibbotson onboard reporter John Fernandez is in Guernsey and can join us live firstly. I John what exactly has been found. While twenty eight nautical miles north of Ganzi west of Alderney in the Channel Islands substantial wreckage, according to David man's the man launching this privately crowd funded Sach was found. Now, he says that this was found at nine thirty yesterday morning. They only did three passes until by stopped. And then got away from message and handed over to the a IB who are now conducting the salvage operation now, he wouldn't be drawn on whether any bodies have been found, but he did say that it was a substantial amount of wreckage that had been found on the seabed in a particularly rough area of the ocean. So the the the chances are I think everyone has kind of written off the chances of finding anyone alive from this is that for. I think that's absolutely true. And I think from the start of this private sector operation. They very much worldwide is going to be a recovery appreciation for applying. But Mr Mann said now his job is done. These are the questions that the Sala family had of now being on. So he's hoping that this will bring them at least some closure at least some idea of what happened to this missing part of Malibu that went missing two weeks ago today, it went missing twenty past eight off the north coast of old name. Matt was lost anybody has met. We see a huge outpouring of grief from the footballing wild form, a pilot Davidson and Cardiff City footballer Amelia honor Saleh and a huge amount of money raised for this search effort, which eventually did pay dividends. Obviously, we're very very center of this process. Now, I'm just wondering whether having found something in the sea. Whether we're any closer to knowing what exactly happened to this plane. I think that will be a much longer process, if I'm honest, the AARP, very thorough. They at the moment are working on the salvage operation. They are launching an unmanned submersible vehicle as I said the conditions in the channel at the moment are not conducive to any kind of Sach actively they're out there because they have a large vessel, but can survive these at these tough waters, but it is not an easy task. It's an eighty foot boat. But the winds are hi gale force hair. And the Channel Islands at the moment. Now, the hope is that they can get as much of this wreckage as possible. And then as you say, hopefully, that will lead them some way to finding out what happened to this
"eighty foot" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Oh demand. So I don't think the rounds rounds explosive the rounds to shred everything, right? Nothing's go. Stop now thing except for giant ape because I got the rampage. And it. I'm sorry. Drives me nuts. Look at that. Squawking panin. I was I was talking you can find find some other good footage of Mexico. But the point is this where you can hear it spinning. It's built a plane. That's built around cannon. I was yelling at it. A little bit. And actually slows the plane down when it comes in on its on when it comes on a gun or a bomb when it lights that canon up, and it starts actually it actually recoil. But did you forward in your straps? I said I said this about. I'm glad you're here for me. Ho, and I'm glad you're here for this is well, rob so range. I was talking about it on good sports with damage because we always do, but I'll repeat it here. Which is it bothers me in movies because I don't know what realm or living it, and what I'm saying this at this point Brian is going to jump in and go, oh, the movie about the eighty foot tall monkey you find fantastic fake. And I go. Yes. And I say with great sincerity. I know you always say that great sincerity because the movie starts it's like, it's a regular size eight, and then they get some sort of hormone or something, and it starts growing. It's not like, oh, a magical wizard came by and blew pixie. It's in a science lab. You know what? I mean. It's these movies. I always drastic parts like the greatest example. Like, yes, I buy if they're not if not possible everything must be at least plausible you have to add up. The Terminator two things possible. But it makes sense. Yes. You started a movie by going with a regular size ape? And now it's getting hormones that. It's in a lab, and it is this way, it's not a magical wizard that says that so we're living in a world where this can happen. And it's flesh and blood. It drives me nuts. Like, I get. I get it transformers fine shoot. It bullets bouncing off the flesh and blood stuff is when the monkey has a fight with the lizard at some point the thing. Take a flagpole Ramat. Chessen blood will start coming out look at Pearson. The conceit is if the lizard can chop down on the monkey it'll do it damage it'll puncture skin with its big incisors throw it on its head. The same thing applies in the octagon. This thing could hurt this other thing, this organic thing could hurt this thing at some point. They call in the ward hogs, they open up the spent uranium. Twenty millimeter Gatling guns, and they have no effect on the monkey which would just turn it into a huge pile of gut. If we're living in your world. We're living in a world where you get stuck with a piece of rebar starts bleed. If you why do they do? This are offended. These people are heroes. All right. Every single fucking time. They call in the military. The guy comes in with gunship helicopter with a Gatling gun the one you're talking about from term Terminator. No, she has seen the body in predator. That's a hand held very small Malakoff, but they call in the gun ship. And there's nothing that can be redone about it. And then at some point we need the rocks to come in and fix everything. You and your word hogs you with your Hueys with gun ships. You Tomahawk missiles zero zero and zero you guys don't even know how to fly helicopters because you go so low the wolf knocks you out of the sky. Complained a million times they'll go so low the monkey can swatch you out of the sky thinking go forever caught by a wolf. Yeah. Well, not even known for the vertical literally like reared up grant military, how you know what to do with a helicopter. Why do you have a helicopter? If you're not going to be out of harm's way. Answer for this answer for this. Last Hollywood bullshit. What would an eight ten word hog due to anything flesh and blood? No matter what size shredded it would shred perforate. It. It would if you if you fired at an anchor you'd slice it's head off. Like, I said it's a steal laser beam. It's the boats are right behind each other..
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Bulletproof vests have saved plenty of lives. But this gear isn't perfectly well bulletproof in all situations. So exactly how. Well do. They work and do bulletproof vests degrade over time can they fail. Let's look at a bit of history early bulletproof vests were mainly made from Polipara Fennelly tear thalidomide better known as kevlar. It was invented by. Stephanie folic a chemist working for DuPont in the early nineteen sixties DuPont, head already invented nylon. And spandex and was on the hunt for the next generation of high performance fibers synthetic fibres are created with polymers large molecules composed of repeating sub-units effectively creating a linked chain of molecules that are more than some of their parts. What folic discovered would eventually become kevlar and would see application in tires racing. Sales and bulletproof vests bulletproof vests today are made from polyethylene fibres a popular plastic polymer seen in. Nearly everything we use grocery bags toys. Plastic trash bins. And so on polyethylene fibers or P as it's called are woven in layers to form the guts of protective vests that are cheaper and stronger than kevlar in nine hundred eighty nine a company called Allied Signal developed a competitor for kevlar and called it spectra shield originally used for sale cloth. This polyethylene fibre is now used to make lighter yet stronger material for use in bulletproof vests alongside the traditional kevlar. According to a manufacturer of bulletproof vests, the layers inside a vest are designed to reduce the velocity of around to a point below the speed of sound at roughly this point the fibers can have time to react to the bullet and exert their toughness their strength and how much they'll bend before they break the more layers or the greater the density of the weaving of those layers, the greater the toughness of the fibers and the more capable they are of stopping a bullet most pistols fire bullets at velocities that are just slightly above the speed of sound. A bullet from a nine millimeter, for example, travels at around nine hundred eighty feet per second. That's about three hundred and eighty meters per second. The speed of sound is around one thousand one hundred and twenty feet or three hundred and forty meters per second. Thus a good vest doesn't need to work too hard to bring a nine millimeter bullets velocity down to eight point where it can make use of the toughness of its fibers and slugs from shotguns travel, even slower, so they are relatively easy to stop as well a rifle bullet, however is another matter entirely depending on the grain and quality of the propellant a bullet fired from an AR fifteen travels roughly three thousand three hundred feet per second. That's about a thousand meters per second, which is nearly three times the speed of sound it'll take a far greater density of ballistic fiber to stop that. Bullet most vests designed to stop rifle bullets are backed up with high density, insert plates made from ceramics and polyethylene that break-up a bullet into pieces and capture it vests without those plates would likely fail to capture a rifle bullet the. The material of the vests themselves is also prone to breakdown for various reasons kevlar, for instance, degrades when exposed to salt such as salt and human sweat the longer a person exerts themselves while enabled professed made of kevlar to the tune of years. The greater the likelihood of failure vests made from polyethylene will also break down over time. When exposed to UV light manufacturers say that there's about a five year life span on vests and cautioned against buying used vests, unless you know, the manufacturer date and the materials used to make it as with any product or idea or anything really a we recommend always doing your research, especially if your life might be on the line. Today's episode was written by Jared w Alexander and produced by Tyler playing for more on this and lots of other tough, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey listeners today I wanted to tell you about a new comedy educational podcast from how stuff works creature feature hosted by Katie golden, a former writer at cracked dot com. Who studied evolutionary biology at Harvard and rights as a bird on Twitter each episode, Katie takes a different guest comedian through some downright freaky. Evolutionary oddities that will make you wonder what mother nature has been smoking. So get in touch with your wild side. Listen every Wednesday and subscribe for free to creature feature on apple podcasts, Google podcasts. Spotify or wherever you happen to find your podcasts.
"eighty foot" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"I think buddy Edwards general manager of del friscos here in south park for joining us talking about how holiday eating out has become a thing. And it has been for a while. And like I said, I mean, it's such a thing that websites, including the observer. And now, I know there's a there's a website now that just came out Charlotte on the cheap. That has a list of almost all of the restaurants that are open for the Thanksgiving Day. But. Other things happening in the area. And I was out at the giant fares will uptown last week. And I believe it was Friday that I was. Yeah. It was Friday. I was up there where they they brought it out and it's an eighty foot high ferris wheel. And it kicks off. The holidays in the city festival thing. I it's like all these different activities that are going around in an uptown at south end and deal worth throughout the holiday season. And all these great activities and this giant eighty foot ferris wheel at the corner of seventh and try on is the thing. And it's there for I guess. I think it's there for. Yes. There till Saturday's there until this Saturday. So if you wanna go right, go, right? And then that will be done, and it will turn into a Christmas village in that giant parking lot. But just wanted to go over some of the things that you and your family can do on the cheap or even free over the next couple of months. All right. Got I on Tryon, which is at giant fares will is going through Saturday. Next Friday, November sixteen. One of my favorite things in the city. And I'm not saying that just because I work here. It was one of my favorite.
Divers swim through 80 ft of raw sewage to unclog 'flushable wipes' mess
"And a warning now about flushable wipes and flushing them down the toilet. These pictures are from Charleston in the water system there in South Carolina. They had to send divers eighty feet down into raw sewage. Declare a huge massive wipes clogging up the system officials with the water system say when it comes to the wipes don't flush
"eighty foot" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"The route. But in the severity. Of hurricanes. One of the reasons they give. Is his. Seaming? Ability. To sit down and let Barack Obama run that side of his government. Setting up a whole new branch. The climatology department or whatever. Excuse me. It's just. The first time you read it. You almost have to you have to giggle. But then you realize. That these folks are serious. And all it is really to me is an indication that we had better be darn careful how we vote. Do you really want to put people in charge that think that Donald Trump is the man behind the curtain are LA the wizard of Oz? Pulling this lever and that lever causing lightning and thunder and wind and rain and eighty foot waves. Tell you what. Betcha. Donald Trump wishes. He could do that. Be kind of fun to watch. Get this stuff. And where did they get the nerve to stand in front.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"John McCain is choosing. To stop pursuing treatment, for brain cancer in a statement yesterday his family said the, Senator has surpassed expectations for his survival. But the disease is continuing to progress. Meghan McCain, says her father's. An inspiration he's just I don't know he's. Really live this completely utterly fulfilling life and I hope that when I'm his age that I will feel the same way Colorado Senator Cory, Gardner called McCain. A hero and friend secretary of state. Mike. Pompeo, isn't going to North Korea anytime soon President Trump tweeted yesterday that there's been a lack. Of progress with denuclearization in North Korea Trump put the blame on China and, many relationships have their ups and downs but. None, more than Devon Alston and Chelsea Leon who got engaged after writing the drastic park roller coaster at Universal Studios in Hollywood, sixty two times in one day Devon pop the question on their, final, eighty foot plunge and Chelsea said yes. Our next news updates at nine o'clock I'm Chuck Clark on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety Four one FM Can drive around Denver. This Saturday morning you're not gonna have any problems on any of. The major highways. US thirty six I to seventy seventy six up north all. In good shape I with speeds up to. The postal limits I seventy nine twenty five. Also looking. Good sixth avenue I to twenty five and see four seventy on the southern side of town also. In good shape and if you're heading up, to the mountains no problems between Genesee park and the Eisenhower tunnel, CBS four weather partly cloudy with scattered showers possible this afternoon for a high, temperature near ninety an overnight low in. The mid sixties, currently in Denver. It's sixty nine this report is brought to you by belco could just raise the rates on.
"eighty foot" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Piper A memorial tonight in Missouri for victims of that duck boat tragedy does sinking boat that caused seventeen people to die is set to be raised. From the bottom of the eighty foot lake in the morning correspondent Jim crow has their operators of the duck boat that. Capsized here last Thursday night in a. Sudden storm follow safety guidelines it's a key question lead federal investigator Bryan Young wants to find out we will as part of the investigation and an objective of the investigation. Is to determine whether or not the operator followed the operational guidance survivor says the boat captain told us twenty nine passengers not to bother with life jackets, as the. Weather rapidly worsened Jim Krasula CBS news table rock lake Missouri, all but one of the survivors have been released from the hospital a feud between a man and his grandmother over his girlfriend exploded into violence. That ultimately led to him taking hostages. Inside the Los Angeles supermarket that's according to the cousin of suspect gene Atkins correspondent Jamie Yuccas Atkins is. Being held on Two million dollars bail as police continue to investigate here at the trader Joe's it is not. Clear if the employees who died was shot by the suspect or by police in the crossfire that employee was the store's manager I've never been an agent, of the. Foreign policy power in any by any stretch of the imagination, Carter page tells seats that to CNN after newly released documents show the FBI is investigating the former Trump aide on suspicion he conspired with the. Russian government the president tweeted the documents. Show that the f. b. i. quote misled the courts The Ayatollah are in on the, act too judging by their best well they seem more concerned with riches. Than religion these hypocritical Holyman device all kinds of crooked schemes to become some of the wealthiest men on earth while there people suffer Carter page tells. CNN after newly released documents show the FBI has been investigating the former Trump eight on suspicion that he conspired with the Russian government Italy's Francisco. Molinaro emerges from the pack on a thrilling final day to win the British Open overcoming the challenges. Of reigning champion Jordan Spieth and a revived Tiger Woods did everything the the way that I I thought I needed to. Do to win the championship this. Entire week I felt like I need to keep building my way, into the championship It is the first major win of Molinari's career woods brought pandemonium by charging into the lead today..
"eighty foot" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"And then you had that parallel track of competition and then at some point competition started to take off so how do you think about being a competitor yeah i think that you know to me the idea and this kind of runs parallel to how your mind thoughts as it related to being down to in the olympic games in real in terms of of the competitive drive outright you're down to two matches i mean we were one match for the bronze no no okay we were down to for the bronze but we we were down two matches in the olympics playing against the host country brazil at ten thirty pm match in front of the entire country razi in the area the place was on fire my hairston up just thinking what was it like for you yeah i mean again i think the guys responded it was amazing to watch and and i think that because if you lose this match we're out we're out we have no chance of the giants the usa giants out of the tournament right yeah and you know i sort of wrote a letter to the team that i never sent but like my version of how to respond to that issue as it it seemed like we were spending so much time trying to convince ourselves that we could do it we had what it took like and that's like those conversations in meetings like we're okay we're okay yeah and it's sort of like you know to me it was sort of like trying to plant the seeds of like you can do it you can do it we can do it we can do it and this this goes to my definition of competitiveness which i don't think it's a clear definition but my thought was we shouldn't do it we're too young like we're really young when you go to the olympic games the first time it's about exposure you have no idea what's expected of you and from an emotional output level you've never had to give as much and so for those guys that played that night to be able to respond in give what was needed and then do it again against france and then again and again and get all the way to the semis was phenomenal and but the thought that i had before that match was we don't need to think that we can do it like when we were standing on that eighty foot cliff in highschool gonna jump into the lake we weren't sitting there talking to ourselves saying you have what it takes like you can make this jump you were trying to test the edges of your ability in i have always been channeling that side of my competitive drive where it's just like i get the thrill out of being at the very edges of my ability the outcome is unknown and i'm out there trying to do it in into me i've been on the best teams in the world i've played for the arbitration of the yankees for a couple years where it got to where winning was an expectation and it doesn't bring the best out of you and it was pressure packed because it was like you win you're supposed to you lose we've got major issues and it just sorta takes you out of that kid like you know like let me see if i can race that running back football player who's the best you know what i mean like just that that sort of sense of like.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Clean all those leaves up and throw them away and then what you're going to start looking to do is spraying something like a copper fungicide in the fall and then usually multiple times in the fall going into our early are excuse me late winter like almost the verge of spring and then if you times throughout the spring so that's typically what you're going to want to do for that so those are the things i would imagine that's going on with sweet gum in really the best thing to do now is to feed it something like thrive make sure it's healthy it's got enough food that it needs so that it can recover and really start to and make it through the the the summer because that's going to be the toughest part is getting through the summer and you wanna make sure that it's not depleted so much through the summer that it has a harder time in the fall and winter and then ends up dying the next spring started last year we had this last year three huge great big trees must be eighty foot tall sixty four at least and i'd hate in my front yard i'd hate to sweet gums are beautiful trees there are one of my favorites right now i wondered about that i have noticed for a couple of years that especially on one side of the tree that's the leaves that's what i thought it was they were you know the dark veins would stand out yellowish or probably quranic.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To the plate there's a swing and a loophole on the right field line slicing toward the line and it drops in fair and then bounces up into the crowd right in the spot where the stands come out very close to the foul line which is now closer into home plate than it used to be and that ball just took a quick right turn and up into the seats for an automatic double for gorky hernandez one hundred eighty foot ground rule double and it might still reach back into the crowd in the old configuration but the bullpens are no longer along the foul lines and they've added more seats coming out even closer to the field and that puts those stands even closer to the spot where that one became an automatic double so here is mccutchen second nobody out which in ben's back from a high tight fastball by the way the game time six seventeen pm central daylight time seventy nine degrees the official gametime temperature the weather has just been stunningly beautiful ever since we got here the kitchen mccutchen and that is on the outside for a called strike almost make you wanna move if you had never been here in the winter and you just arrived italians say this is the most beautiful place i've ever been we're in san diego for goodness sake now the one pitch mccutchen swings at mrs and an auspey delivery occurred bonded seventy six miles an hour the catching is hitting only two thirty three this has been a road trip that has been a real problem he has ofri eleven in the trip he did get a walk in the six a yesterday that's the only time he's been on base on the trip swings and pops it up foul off to the right and that will reach back and just onto the rooftop of the giants dugout a first baseman result and the catcher contractors both gave chase i think john would the russians doing and so are we were just waiting for him to get hot and then stay hot for a while and in his career usually long about june the first asked what he usually seems to find himself it certainly was the case last year big time after a very slow start with the pirates he ended up with twenty eight home runs a year ago knocking tana thrones swing pop foul out of play off to.
"eighty foot" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Legrand great all over him in the paint thought the eighty foot bath cavs radio i mean that's that's something right there was an awesome pass a more the greatest outlet passes you'll ever see tom brady and aaron rodgers or not placing that pass any better than kevin lunches love just did and certainly they're not doing it with a chess pass but just because love made that look easy does not mean that it is because we know it's not when was the last time you threw a chest pass eighty feet on a dime me answer that for you never guys don't do that but what last night lacked in drama or interest it did make up in novelty like kyle korver suddenly turning into decamping matombo in swatting jaylen brown not once not twice three times the guy with one of the smoothest jumpers in the game suddenly turned into one of the nastiest shot blockers in the league carl brown you can go out on what he's not gonna win after the game tie lou had nothing but praise for his thirty six year old vet until rachel nichols told him he's not thirty six just can't say enough about him and you know the veteran guys that we had to come through like channing frye richard jefferson and james jones and they know where to understand what it takes to win he's thirty seven now and we played him too many minutes we need we need oh i like it i like it and it wasn't just a calico korver within jaylen brown's head the celtics in their own heads i mean that was a full on implosion and meltdown of the highest order you had everything you.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Right that i can't believe that all right forty two eighty foot waves that would scare me quite a bit but al i'm starting to look at this market right now and seeing if this is developing into guess what the perfect storm you look at the low volatility the vex we talked with that i'll talk a little bit more during the show you look at the tenure that hit the three percent again you're looking at high oil prices you know seventy one dollars a barrel that hasn't happened since two thousand fourteen you got the geopolitical uncertainty higher higher interest rates and you're starting to look at this market al an expansion with the valuations this could basically be the perfect storm happening right now right in the perfect storm was you know a combination of things weather related things that all came together to create a storm that i mean those guys did not have a chance of surviving so you look at back at the two thousand market crash that was created by the dot com bubble that was a overvaluation of internet tire technology stocks in two thousand eight we had the market crash because of of real estate because of mortgages subprime mortgages well what are we got now that that relates to a perfect storm we've got more bubbles that we have ever seen we have credit card debt that's over trillion dollars even real estate now we're going into now instead of calling it subprime nother calling it non prime and we're getting right back into the same kind of thing with realistic and then bonds the bonds are also in a bubble those are a number of things that if they all go south at the same time that's that's the perfect storm in the market and you know you wanna make sure that you ride that perfect storm the right way is it's a great money making opportunity probably the best that we're gonna see in our lifetime sean and we have a lot of people that come in our classes that just want to protect their retirement they want to learn more about us how but i mean i bring this up a lot of vix which is the fear gauge and how you can profit from that i on the market had.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"It's eight hundred and eighty feet tall you can see six foot tall people down there at the bottom then you do the math at its high point it's over one hundred and eighty feet tall yes the vatican has a hundred and eighty foot wall at its tallest point when you go into the courtyard of the basilica it's only sixty feet tall and they go oh but we let people in yes they have a courtyard a harry where you go into a enclosed space where you're kettle dan and that has fifty sixty foot walls and that's footage shot out of a hotel window years ago in rome me alive feet we shot that's from a live feed hd but imagine the vatican has a hundred and eighty foot plush mega wall stop the muslims when they invaded over a thousand years ago they're able to take most of rome but they couldn't take the vatican city there's also a big castle right across the street from it that's the roman fortress they couldn't take that show they have hundred and eighty foot walls around the vatican but the pope says we should have no walls and the trump is evil and the walls around the devil well the question is then info wars dot com poke calls for worldwide ban on all weapons and he tweeted out do we really want peace then let's ban all these weapons so we don't have to live in fear of war what has been the un plan ever since the rockefellers publicly set it up it's the dish arm everybody but the united nations and a few member countries of the un army which is now nato which is the eu and who shut up the eu officially in nineteen fifty seven with the treaty of rome it's five hundred pages long he pulled up on wikipedia the treaty of rome beginning the eu and world government and who officiated over but the vatican and who are the official guards of the vatican the swiss guard and why switzerland left alone and allowed to be neutral because that's where rome the city of rome puts hitch money so just like in the hunger games you've got.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Flippy and drippy have you seen the video of that brazilian surfer writing that eighty foot wave no this is the world's biggest wave ever ridden brazilian surfer eighty foot wave and this thing is roaring behind him it's just incredible he looks like he looks like a spec on the face of that wave and this this guy will if he hasn't participated at mavericks i'm sure he will but this is in portugal to yeah no he's brazilian surfer in portugal i've got a number of friends that are big wave riders they all over the world writing these waves summer actually competitive but you know the the stereotypical surfer cowabunga dude you know that routine which is so silly these these surfers besides being incredible daredevils hailu eighty foot wave do you know how many how many millions of pounds of water behind you but people don't realize they're incredible daredevils but they're also superior athletes their athletes skills are just off the charts like so many extreme athletes right these people are just so yeah just wickedly able able and capable but a lot of these guys i've seen i've seen them train off land and you know they're they're training regimen is incredibly ferocious but something else people don't realize with a big wave like that i'm sure you're probably already posted a case for dot com but go to the blog you'll see for yourself but when these people do quote unquote wipe out which you have to realize is they will be under water for being underwater for ninety seconds is not unusual so if you can imagine being underwater and then not only are you underwater but you're being thrown around like a rag doll underneath the water you know what i'm saying.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Years ago i think all of the people who drive the busy streets of la every everyday are just going to be shocked to know that all of these animals were roaming essentially the streets around here yes right under their feet as treasure trove is coming out of an area where you don't usually get to dig a giant eighty foot deep pit first they found bones of columbia mammoths that roamed here in herds during the ice age the uncovered this three foot section of tusk ended nearly complete skull a rare fine this is the bucket list you always want to find at some point in your career and then it's one of the first things we found here one of the first but certainly not the last they just made another unusual discovery of bone from giant sloth you thank sloth you think slow moving small cuddly these are huge their taller than i am she showed us a full skeleton deliberate tar pits museum right next to the subway line it looks so vicious they do they look ominous they have these big claws their enormous they just look a little too scary to mess web would we first met ledger last summer she was expecting to see a dramatic increase in fossils as construction approach the tar pits that's because the prehistoric black ooze did still seeps from the ground was a sticky death trap for the massive mammals that once roamed here so we're going to be sticky and dirty and we're gonna love every second but for months nothing materialized then suddenly new discoveries exploded is the digging moved into beverly hills how frequently are you getting fossils fast enough that i can't keep up they're bringing me fossils almost every day it's a bonanza of bones so many in fact ledger hasn't been able to identify them all probably a scapula or a pelvis from something of decent size but i don't even know what it is yet so this is behind the scenes this is where the magic happens and where the researchers come inside the museum's collection room ledger has a new bounty of bones to catalog and it's just amazing that one piece of.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KELO
"He was out in the facts on the made service road that's where where where built right on the edge of the colorado river the beginning of the grand canyon though the right edge of the tango there's a service loathe and he was it was a really windy night and he was going on that server slow than right fund a hindu saw a tuition of a woman he describes are pretty good who says shoulderlength hair and i guess he stopped he kind of figured that maybe it's the tourists he stopped but he could see through her a just who she what transparent figure see boosted she was standing by tree so he could see the leaves flowing through her body he went out and he approached her and i guess she whatever it was it started towards the canyon to as if the cliff who follow her with his white and then he started we know that he's sci he's follow the apparition wherever it was and against the widow of the curve have been a person because after the lady who after he went out there and then he signed down in the campaign that's like a sixty to eighty foot drop so it was part of course the knu and the team never saudi gin yeah oh oh traitor also heightened experience about a month ago always the opening with the uh the manager about five four or five o'clock in the morning and there was an office store i have my late i'll tell you i am i heard a also store clothes and um it's thirty nine people here that at night they'll pretty managers call me in suits here um the the best of the restroom faucets.
"eighty foot" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And we will start off the conversation talking about this story the shelter holly molly ola has no water because fires were intentionally set a whole bunch of all at one time it's definitely arson i don't know what the a motivator here is but it burn eighty foot long a piece of pvc pipe there was bringing the water out to the shelter for another got no water they can't bathed they can cook i mean seriously now the good news is temporarily they're getting the water from somewhere else which you learn about here in the story we gotta get together and we're got to put our foot standpoint put down at this atrocity i mean it's just terrible when you see all these service providers like i just and others and by the way in partners and care there are about two hundred service providers and they're all bus in their home to make a difference and for some reason somebody wanted to burn the place up and i'm telling you i have a rather interesting suggestion for how to treat these people when they get caught and they will get caught anyway kopke investigating here's allison blair's go to gal upper homelessness on the away news now channels vicious fire cut off water for us and island homeless shelter and police are looking into whether the fire was motivated by revenge it was the second and several days and happened right after homeless sweep are alyssa blair shows us that damage and the frustration water is supplied the holly molly all let through this pvc pipe here you can see this is one of several areas where flames melted the plumbing hera city crews worked to replace the eighty feed of charred border pipe kuna lulu police began looking into whether yesterday's fire was our sin witnesses they flames broke out about a half hour after the state put up this fence warning squatters to stay off the property near the drawbridge the land is leased by the university of who what e were reviewed after rumors video uh from the area we saw an individual apparently leaving the area and as she went went by he he or she i do not know uh by the fire started behind the video shows a total of four separate fires all the.
"eighty foot" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I woke up this morning snowballed may driveway it took me fifteen minutes eighty foot long drive i drove the worked at 9 o'clock in the roads are fine i mean you had to drive a little floor took me seven extra minutes to get the work this is this wasn't even one of those like heavy wet heart attack tight the snows i mean and and it this was exactly like the weather forecaster said it's going to be of short duration you're going to get a bunch of it it's going to be easy to move and i mean i'm just looking at the traffic cameras people were driving around find the sun is out in some areas for good to say absolutely absolutely one very white very good a move on the road or a little bit what rian spot but it very very dr wctc more and other thanks o'clock and it get it and it is i i was i was watching with my mouth open last night and i don't know when mps made a decision to close schools eight o'clock 9 o'clock last night certainly by the ten o'clock news and we hadn't even gotten any snow yet none of course it's a spiral effect but i i was driving around and this is what really struck me again i am driving around all day i mean all morning eight third i left i left home a lot earlier than i normally would have because i wasn't sure what i was going to get and i found i mean again you know roads that were completely and totally passable all throughout the area there was if if you would have had to delay school for a halfhour nydia some of the rural areas that is by this wasn't even a problem and then you're talk about kids being supposed the danger it would him it's been much worse when you have the kids standing out of.
"eighty foot" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To find if you'd plus a plumber with an open mind now the cars is uncommon it's not something like i said i looked at nine thousand houses don home inspections and i think i've seen to arm of a kind nickel under the sink and as far as the kind that gold next to the water heater that's pretty common debts publishing ten of those uh maybe twenty uh but is a way to circulate why don't you know you feel bad when you're we said all that water turn a shower on your letter on your letter run you feel little bad but an hour shower happens to be close to the water heater and so the the one is mainly used in her house and so warmed up pretty quickly so i just didn't do it in my house because there's also a little cost involved and then the pump circulating pumps type better on the water heater you gotta yep it causes a little wearing the pipes because clung through the pipes than he added carefully senate's august run all the time and you'd want it run during the evening when you don't need it and um the righteous took a pass honor but you gotta eighty foot run your wasted a bunch of water every time you chili pepper as a remote like it like like i said remote yeah yeah too all bluetooth of all that it does it probably does you pay for crib with your owner some thing i've been working on and the thing is the more devices that we get that are that are wifi in our house the the more there's bandwidth suck and so i've got a nice tv downstairs and i wasn't able to connect to amazon primer i couldn't get netflixing it all this stuff because you know we got a kitchen tv and has got a roku on it so that there's and band with and i've got a tablet golan in my phone in my wife has her i and go there's all these devices and so i went through this really long process of i got a a wifi extender which work pretty good up in one part of the house and.