25 Burst results for "Engineering Studies"

"engineering studies" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Two military trucks and a couple Tunisian soldiers in there strolling the grounds The police thoroughly checked my papers in front of the shuttered parliament where no lawmaker has been allowed since president kais saei dissolved it at the end of July with COVID raging and lawmakers bickering most people cheered the move but not everyone I was like dame He could have done it in a smoother way He could have warrant I'm going to do that if you don't do X Y Z That Sami ashore founder and CEO of a software company He says he understands why people support said the government failed to contain COVID There was widespread corruption and the economy is miserable in September Saeed took another step invoking an emergency article in the constitution so he could temporarily rule by decree I sure says for now that's been accepted too because people are so fed up But it could cause problems very soon That sounds wrong signals to foreign investors No investors are going to put money in a country where they don't respect their own constitution People are not going to take the risk Ten years ago tunisians overthrew dictator Zine el Abidine Ben Ali in the first Arab Spring revolution since then tunisians wrote a constitution and held free presidential and parliamentary elections 39 year old omid Khalifa returned from her engineering studies in France to play a part in her country's new future So I think we've accomplished huge steps towards really creating democracy at least trying to build institutions that would bring checks and balances and would it allow a new dictatorship to come back But I feel all these spillers are completely shaken today Sayed was elected with large support in 2019 Shelley for says people have huge trust in the constitutional law professor who says he would never compromise.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on Le Show

"Mu half day to a day ago before you hear it. So i'm not in any position at this moment to say anything about hurricane ida or its effects on louisiana and new orleans. What i can say is that The prediction of the amount of rainfall. That's likely fits. The worst case scenario offered some time ago by a whistle blower. I know at the us army corps of engineers who will pined that the worst case scenario for the new supposedly improved system to protect new orleans from storms and flooding. That worst case scenario includes a hurricane with high rainfall. So we'll just. We'll just wait and see but i can say this with utter certainty if you're watching or listening to mainstream media and they compare ida with the damage from hurricane katrina in two thousand five unquote they are reporting from the ignoramus desk to university-based forensic engineering studies after the two thousand five flood agreed that the main cause of the disaster. The catastrophe in new orleans was the so-called hurricane protection system built by the united states army corps engineers and which even the corp engineers on one day in two thousand six admitted was a system in.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"The terry ranch project the aquifer which i think is absolutely brilliant and once again they have taken every step possible. Do you really think they wanna ruin. Greeley's wander now. of course they don't but it seems to me and check me if i'm wrong on this. That what we're dealing with here is an emotional. Rather than and a logical fact based driven argument and people are going to vote with their hearts because the bottom line at the end of the day. That indeed is what we do. We vote with our our lizard brains. Meanwhile back to the peace city officials have warned that the change could lead to an increase in taxes due to the rather spendy price of special elections. What is what is the price tag on that anywhere from one hundred ninety. Two two hundred thousand dollars. Oh and then there's the additional expense of hiring for an for additional engineering studies engineering studies. That have already been done. So why do we have to go back. And for lack of a better term reinvent the wheel they also said it could well pose a threat to the city's ability to provide water consistence consistently to its customers all right the backdrop here the back story. The charter amendments were proposed by save greeley's water. This is an activist. Group formed in the last year to oppose the city's acquisition of the terry ranch aquifer critics say it poses risks due to uranium uranium once again ubiquitous. And they figured out how to manage it not only in the city of greeley but pretty much around the country across the board but critics still say that. The aquifer poses risks due to uranium despite the city's repeated assurances and it's not just assurances it is based on empirical data third party studies indicating the uranium can be treated to levels. That aren't detectable. They've got this down. It's not their first rodeo. The group has commonly used radioactive symbols and it signs one which stated hell no. We won't glow once.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

06:12 min | 11 months ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Let's get into a couple news for northern colorado stories before we talk with miles bloom heart out of the colorado and one dad after motorcycle. Clients head on with vehicle and windsor morgan. Mackenzie out of the tribune. Motorcycle is dead after a head on track collision wednesday morning on colorado boulevard also known as well kenya road thirteen in windsor about seven. Ten and the police department responded to a traffic incident involving a motorcycle crash. A half a mile south of colorado through ninety two according to a department news release police investigated the scene and determine. The motorcyclist was heading northbound and attempted to pass another vehicle which resulted in the head on collision with a vehicle. Travelling southbound The motorcycle driver was ejected and pronounced dead at the scene. There were no other significant injuries sustained during the collision the well. Coroner's office assisted with the investigation. And will identify the motorcyclists pending notification of next of kin. Dorota was closed for several hours after the crash but has now since open so we were wondering why that was closed. This morning. That would be why another another motorcycle and a vehicle incident. I don't understand why the only thing that rivals cova that's been in the headlines here no more or about the same. Might be the greeley water. They are all petitions submitted to alter greeley water acquisition sales. What is going on here. do your research. here's trevor. Read out of the greeley tribune the city of greeley verifying signatures on petitions turn in by an activist group that formed in the last year to oppose the city's acquisition of terrier ranch and aquifer containing one point two million acre feet of water. Remember they were gathering signatures to try and force to be. A vote. didn't happen. The i proposed amendment would put any sale exchange subrogation trade or lease of more than five years of any water rights shares or alignments to a citywide vote additionally requiring comprehensive engineering study publication. The study and advertisement of the study save. Greeley's water turned in. Its petitions for city. Monday afternoon if the petitions contain enough valid signatures. They rarely do greeley. Voters will have the option of drastically altering the city's acquisition sale a management of its water resources in november. No offense anybody out there. A lot of lot of smart people out there a lot of people that know a lot about water. I'll trust the city of greeley water team. Over bob and jerry and jill down the street. There's some things that need to stay the hell away from the hands of average people. There's nothing being wrong. With an average person the petition for this amendment amassed a total of four thousand two hundred and eighty two signatures to make the ballot. They need at least three thousand. One hundred one verified. Signatures sean chambers. We've had on this program. A number of time said that change would have a significant impact apartments ability to lease out watered agricultural and industrial users. Many who need leases for more than five years without the ability least water back to these users chamber said the city could have a more difficult time making deals to acquire water things that people don't think about the second proposed amendment would put the purchase or leasing as well as providing of any under. Or excuse me any groundwater and recycled wastewater to a citywide vote. Additionally requiring a comprehensive engineering study its publication and its advertisement. So that things that are talking about here Let's see with the first proposed minimum. Put any sale exchange subrogation trade or lease of more than five years. Water rights shares through a citywide vote. Dumb additionally requiring a comprehensive engineering study. That's been done already. Publication of the study. It's been done already. Go to your homework and advertisement of the done. It's all been done already. Kate so go to your homework. The second proposed amendment would put purchase releasing as well as providing of any groundwater recycled wastewater to a citywide vote dumb additionally recurring comprehensive engineering study its publication and it's advertised done already. Don't be confused. i'm saying dumb and done thousand two hundred thirty seven signatures turn in for the second proposed amendment well over thirty one hundred required to make the ballot but those signatures have yet to be verified. A process the city clerk. How office has until august. Twenty third to complete in opposing. Terry ranch save greeley's water continue to to site uranium in the water. Can i'll be going as major safety concern despite the cities test showing it treat uranium out of the water. Yeah taught remember how about that. Comprehensive plan the group also warns and various other contamination risk. The city is investigated through independent firms and found to be minimal. These save greeley water. Well we wanna save everything this needs to happen. The terry ranch project needs to happen. Greeley's growing at a rate northern colorado's growing at a rate that what are you gonna do when you don't have any water and i don't care about your lawn put in rocks. I'm talking about the agricultural businesses. I'm talking about the businesses that require water to move forward and provide their services. If you don't know what you're talking about some days it's better to remain silent nine thirty three the time i'm over it. Let's take a break here. We'll come back on the other side. Miles bloom heart with the fort collins colorado and joins us. It's no canal presented by the jeanine agencies north. Dakota's voice one. Oh three one and thirteen ten. Kfi let's get to the bottom of the hour news and weather center. What's happening in your own. Backyard listened to.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on AP News

"In Florida 150. Others are unaccounted for. The search continues. The building that collapsed had a sister building. The North tower was built in 1982. A year after the South, which is the tower that collapsed most residents The Associated Press spoke with, like Philip sign say, they feel safe for now you are building is safe. I mean, I've seen the maintenance it's been done properly. As far as I can tell, I don't know. I'm not an expert in engineering, the Surfside mayor said. A preliminary check shows the building is safe. Zain says the residents hired their own engineers in the city sent 20 inspectors Monday leave Spire. Engineering. Uh, everything they were checking everything. Condos. Former president compares the collapse to a plane crash, saying Just because one goes down doesn't mean they all will. I'm Julie Walker. Some stages of the Tokyo Olympic torch relay, maybe pulled off the streets of Tokyo because of fears about spreading the coronavirus. The games are supposed to start in less than a month. The governor of South Dakota, Christy Nome, says she will join a growing list of Republican governors sending law enforcement officers to the border with Mexico. The GOP is ramping up a political fight with President Biden over border security. Former President Donald Trump is expected to travel to the border this week. The Supreme Court ruled the government can indefinitely detain certain immigrants who say they will face persecution or torture. If they're deported to their native countries. This is a P news Just a matter of days. The last U. S soldiers will leave Bagram airbase in Afghanistan as the U. S winds down what President Biden has called the Forever war. It was the heart of American military power in Afghanistan, a symbol of the U. S drive to avenge the 9 11 attacks. But now the U. S is leaving Bagram airbase. About an hour's drive north of Kabul. Villagers say they hear explosions from inside the base. Apparently the Americans destroying buildings and material. They are giving the Afghan military some weaponry. One scholar at the Wilson Center points to the American urgency to get out quickly, calling it sadly symbolic. Another expert with the foundation for the Defense of Democracy, says closing Bagram Is a major symbolic and strategic victory for the Taliban. I'm Rita Foley, a top U. S. General there says security in Afghanistan is deteriorating. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. Good Morning. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. The slow work of sifting through the remnants of a collapsed Florida condo building stretched into 1/6 Day. His family's desperate for progress endured a wrenching wait for answers. 11 people are dead. 150 missing Seamus Deane. Chris Well, says a team from the agency is in Surfside, Florida at the site of the collapsed condo. We have a recovery center that is working directly with families and loved ones impacted by this tragic event to get them. The assistance that they need. And we will continue to bring resources to support the ongoing response and recovery efforts. Philips sign lives in a nearby building. I feel that everything is solid now, having said all of that. His engineering studies come out and say, Oh, wow, because, uh, major columnist cracking about the fall then obviously I'm going to reconsider. The work has been deliberate and treacherous. Thunderstorms rolled through the area this morning and debris fell onto the search area overnight. I'm Ed Donahue, A seven year old woman got to be a New York Yankees Batgirl 60 years after she was rejected for the job. Then 10 year old Gwen Goldman was told by the Yankees, a young lady like her would feel out of place in the dugout. General manager Brian Cashman got back to 70 year old Gwen Gold medal. Gola chain should not dim with the passage of time Goldman had her own locker got to wear a full Yankees uniform. Her night started with throwing out the first pitch..

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"engineering studies" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on AP News

"Sifting through the remnants of a collapsed Florida condo building stretched into 1/6 Day. His family's desperate for progress endured a wrenching wait for answers. 11 people are dead. 150 missing. FEMA's Deanne Chris Well, says a team from the agency is in Surfside, Florida at the site of the collapsed condo. We have a recovery center that is working directly with families and loved ones impacted by this tragic event to get them the assistance that they need. And we will continue to bring resources to support the ongoing response and recovery efforts. Philips sign lives in a nearby building. I feel that everything is solid now, having said all of that. His engineering studies come out and say, Oh, wow, because, uh, major columnist cracking about the fall then obviously I'm going to reconsider. The work has been deliberate and treacherous. Thunderstorms rolled through the area this morning and debris fell onto the search area overnight. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsman at City after city in the Pacific Northwest is breaking its own heat record. Portland, Oregon Seattle Washington. The National Weather Service calls this fierce heat wave historic and dangerous. They've had thunderstorms today in Surfside, Florida, where they continue the search for anyone else who may have survived the collapse of that condo building. 11 people are known dead 150 still missing A P correspondent Julie Walker with an experts view of how the painful decision is made. Transition from search and rescue to search and recovery. Professor Joseph Barbara says Deciding to transition from rescue to recovery is agonizing uncertainty that you could be leaving someone alive behind by ending too early. Versus the concerns about continuing to push it to high risk rescue mode. I'm.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A condominium collapsed in Surfside, Florida. There are nine confirmed deaths. 152 people remain missing. Rescue crews are still searching for survivors, but no one's been pulled alive from the rubble since the early hours after the building fell Thursday. NPR's Brian Mann joins us now from the site of the collapse in Surfside. Brian. Good morning. What do you see Right now? I mean what's the status of the recovery effort? Good morning, Rachel. Yeah, it's a massive operation. Here. You'll hear emergency vehicles around me where I am. It's a searchers are already out again through the night and into this morning. One thing, though, that has just plagued this effort is terrible weather. We just went through another massive lightning storm rain just pouring down on the rubble pile. It's It's tough work here. There is some good news. They managed to extinguish that terrible fire that had burned through much of the weekend inside the debris field. That's a major success and structural engineers are down with these teams as they dig trenches through. That's that's helped them to find more remains, and what's happening now is that authorities are taking the debris to a warehouse to look for more human remains. There also Starting this investigation into why this building collapsed. A lot of questions, of course, swirling around that 2018 engineering report that raised concerns about the building structural integrity and also errors that it found with the construction of this 40 year old condo. Right. So this is been central to your own reporting down there. This report in a story that aired yesterday it shed details on this engineering study. You found there was a meeting with residents and a city official in 2018 a document that you got your hands on indicates that the town building inspector assured Residents of the condominium that the building was in quote. Very good shape. This is despite that engineers warning that things weren't so good. Structurally, the mayor of Sir Side I understand was asked about this yesterday. What did he have to say? Yeah, That's right. Mayor Charles Burkett discussed this at a news conference. He was asked about it, and here's how he answered. I wasn't there. You know,.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Scientists and the fact that this cardiologists was able to balance both patient care and also research was just fascinating to me and i at that moment realized that i could merge kind of my desire to give back in that human touch that i was missing with my engineering studies in vengeance. Bridge that into madison. So that was my aha moment in to see that i was also able to integrate. My engineering background into cardiology was the hemodialysis. Mx and just the teamwork. That's involved was of cardiology and again as i mentioned the constant evolution in discovery of cardiology. I was totally in nerissa. You talk to us in the past how you got interested for some medicine through a pipeline program. Would you mind sharing a little bit about that. Sure so. I think the first time that i had an inkling or an idea that i may wanna be cardiologists was when i was in high school and i participated in a program called health preparation explosion recruitment program each and dr woody lee at yale ran the program. He was a cardiologist and he took me under his wing and left a lasting impression on me and i remember wanting to be just like him and due to that early mentorship. I was drawn to cardiology from a young age. That's really incredible and returning back to that paper by doc. Michelle albert hashtag me. Who i'd like to read an excerpt. She wrote that underrepresented women physician. Scientists are isolated because of a lack of critical mass by boats. Sex and race. Ethnicity.

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The Lowdown on LinkedIn Marketing Solutions With Gyanda Sachdeva

AdExchanger Talks

01:44 min | 1 year ago

The Lowdown on LinkedIn Marketing Solutions With Gyanda Sachdeva

"Ganda welcome. Hi alison thank you for having me so to start off. Let's talk a little bit about your career. This is lincoln so it seems appropriate. What what's been your professional journey from studying I learned this from looking at your lincoln profile from studying electrical and computer engineering at cornell. To where you sit now yeah. It's a great question. it's it takes me back to a really good time in my life as well. I started my career in engineering Studying electrical and computer science and and the net shifted gears and management science ended grad school but throughout i I thought i would end up very much. The technical space and i was very much looking forward to building products. As that was a team that existed even back then but when i graduated it was in the middle of the housing crisis and i recall finding a job as being one of the hardest things i did and i think now looking back having link tin was enormously helpful and another work on the product. Of course i have more insight into how works but even back then i was so grateful that it existed but i found my job Through a norwegian after people on lincoln my first job and it was in financial services. I did investment banking Time when it can imagine when the economy is going through so much At the same time those not much happening there were there. Were not many companies going public not much in terms of mea and so being an investment banking analyst at the time fed Kind of exhausting. Because you make all these books foot really no deals get done

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Rideshare: Revolutionizing Health Transportation With Josh Komenda, CEO of Veyo

Outcomes Rocket

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Rideshare: Revolutionizing Health Transportation With Josh Komenda, CEO of Veyo

"Today i have the privilege of hosting the fantastic josh commander. He's a co founder and ceo and president of ao. He's just doing an phenomenal job. At the company it's a full-service non emergency medical transportation brokerage designed specifically for healthcare vail uses technology to better manage and emt which is the the non emergency medical transportation and emt benefits for medicaid and medicare programs state governments and managed care organizations today. We're going to be covering this in doing some good learning with josh so suggests such a pleasure to have you here on the podcast with us today. Thank you so much. Beat your soul. Appreciate it absolutely josh. Before we get into baeau near company. Talk to us a little bit about why you're inspired to work. In healthcare. i started. I can walk with cla. Health really healthcare family. My my dad was a family. Physicians now retired out a registered nurse. And that was older brother going into medicine while but definitely was part of it was kind of part of my family's culture going up and you know really part of our core values in to the people that i respect the most roller my parents. My dad's asser never ending cluster desired. Really improve the human condition and show compassion. I personally was drawn to. The clinical aspects of health care is always been more of attack nerd and i love technology and inventing things. When i was a kid ended up going into computer engineering studying software design but always wanted to figure out how to prevent things to make the world a better place and as it happens by career really took me in this direction to really build a better any md at her a healthcare logistics system to really improve the healthcare system or work to improve a part of the healthcare system. Statically and so. I'm just thrilled that this company point my career in thinking about how we make the healthcare system work smarter proved human condition. improve lives. proud comes on. I think also systemically. I'm just excited Run this collision course of healthcare costs in our country. And i think more. I've learned about it and studied it and i think really the only way out of it has to make our system work more efficiently work smarter and i think this is one area in will be called population health or social determinants. That that really inspires me to make the system work better for

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International Education with Dr Steve McDowell

Diversity Talks Podcast

07:49 min | 1 year ago

International Education with Dr Steve McDowell

"Know that you're originally from canada. When did you move to the us I came down in a nineteen ninety four to permanently. I was actually had a congressional fellowship so i was in washington for a year and then went to michigan state for a year and been at florida state since nine hundred six. So you've been in the us for reading longtime right. Would you consider yourself as a canadian or a canadian american. Now i'm a us citizen and Still have family in canada and still try to visit a couple of times a year. But this is my home in tallahassee. And that's wonderful. I know that what i'm about to ask you is is a tough question because oftentimes it's harder for people to talk about themselves and put themselves into a box but i would love to learn a little bit about some of your core values to who you are and on your cultural identity. So how would you define new cultural identity. Certainly as you pointed out. I'm from canada so growing up. Some of the debates and controversies that we had in the sixties and seventies included a role of french and english languages and cultures in canada and the role of multiculturalism. That there was a lot of new canadians coming from different parts of the world and also their relationship with first nations who have often instill Experience discrimination ill treatment and so's debates. I think kind of shaped my sense of what it meant to be a canadian. And what meant to be a citizen in a country where you have those types of debates animating public discourse and when you're thinking about some of your core core values what are some of those things considering you know your background in canada and was issues of multiculturalism in the air i think Interest in other cultures is one thing that i've enjoyed and really benefited from over my life and also a respect for other cultures my own personal intercultural Experiences included working for my sister and brother-in-law and a farm in quebec when i was a teenager and then after high school doing church service project in mississippi and arkansas and united states and getting to know people in those cultures. So i think my i really do think that interest in other people other cultures one of core values and then trying to understand what it means to respect and understand each other. Sounds like you have a pretty multicultural upbringing. I know that you received your international affairs like myself but yours is from york university in canada than you got a fellowship that brought you closer to some of the south. Asian countries like india. And i know that you work is built on the foundations of diversity and you work with international students. You're very supportive of international students. You are teaching course on international communication. So when you're thinking about all of your personal experiences in canada in southeast asia on here in the united states can you give us some specifics. Specific examples of how these experiences shape your personal perspectives on international education. Certainly i think as a starting point We have to kind of understand that our personal experiences are one of many possible experiences that people might have in the world. So it's it's easy for students in the united states to think. Oh this is the way that television is. This is the way that people Communicate with each other or enjoy sports and so many of our cultural practices and focused primarily on media practices. we think. Oh that's how it's done and so a big part of my Focus on international. Communication with students is to try to understand how people use media. How the media organized. How cultures organized in different countries. So my courses themselves don't focus as much on the the interpersonal intercultural communication which we think of is intercultural competency. But i'm trying to understand media systems and media use in different countries around the world. Let's talk about diversity equity and inclusion and higher education because this is a term that you know we hear a lot about and people. Do you have a different conception of what diversity really is. And what am. I look like in colleges and universities because for some people this concept can be purely domestic as opposed to others it could involve a lot of internationalization and international aspects. So for you. What does diversity and inclusion mean here at fsu. And how are we growing this concept on our campus. Certainly starting from the domestic debates the united states diversity equity inclusion would say. Well how do we include the The groups that haven't had access to education public services and economic activity united states so making sure that people of color people from rural areas people from you know less wealthy backgrounds Have access to the opportunities that higher education provides and certainly. Fsu has really taken some major initiatives in that area with student. Success initiatives with the care program Trying to welcome really support students and not just getting them into the university but making sure they're going to be successful in getting the support from a cohort of friends and fellow students from faculty and staff. So i think that's one area of diversity equity inclusion is. Who are we serving in terms of the students. Considering the role of international students is also important because they bring through their personal experience and their relationships with people on campus windows into the world. That you can't get in a textbook or just in a video so you get to know people and build relationships and that's hard even if we're sharing the same space. It's hard to build those relationships so one of the programs on campus. That does a great job with that. Is the center for global engagement. That has a whole bunch of different programs like international coffee hour to facilitate the building of relationships between students from united states and countries around the world so i think domestic inclusion in our programs thinking about international students and i think perspectives that we have in our research questions are research are another important part of diversity that includes international so many of our faculty have research projects that are all around the world. Learning systems institute is a research unit that has projects a lot of them in africa but also in southeast asia and so really strong record of international education consulting and then part of our curriculum and program what we teach what the subjects. What's the content of courses. I think is another of diversity that that's the job of university to open up the world and have music languages cultural studies as well scientific and you know engineering studies that really engage the world and reach out to the

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"engineering studies" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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Does it pay to install solar

Clark Howard Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Does it pay to install solar

"It's always been so difficult for me to address is when people wanna know from me if it's a great idea for them to do solar at their home and when you hear my answers to the people pose to me they're really not clear answers and that's from somebody who has been a very early adopter of salt. Were having done the first solar installation. I did a couple of houses ago and at the house we live at now. We have a solar farm instead of on the roof. We put we have a hillside and we did a massive array on the hillside generate enormous energy from it and people will ask me absolutes. Well am i really gonna make back the money. How long's it gonna take and all the rest and the reality is my answers when you ask me. Those questions are so frustrating to you. Because it's really hard to answer that i mean it's really easy with what's called utility scale. So which is really. The fastest growing part is so where where Power providers build these massive fields of solar panels and their mega forms and every year. The ones being built or larger than the year before and nowhere is so. We're being installed more in the united states now. Utility scale than state of texas where so where can generate power far far cheaper even with drawback of intermittent power where when the sun's shining the panels are just sitting there the power is so cheap generated from the seller that the combination of solar and wind in texas year after year after year people's power bills. Keep going down. It's a free market in taxes and the market gravitates to wherever the cheapest source of power is and it's solar and wind especially solar these days so then somebody asked me about their house. And i'm like. I don't know i mean i love having it. But the payback term is really hard to calculate and it was a wonderfully written long form story on wired from someone who went through the struggle in fact. It's funny. I installed solar power system in my house in an attempted energy resilience. The constraints and the headaches were greater than i anticipated. And it goes through all the issues they were involved I and figuring out the payback. The economics of doing so and the reality is the cost of solar panels themselves have collapsed in recent years down nearly ninety percent from where they were ten years ago but installing solar at a home the cost the panels only part of it is. There's engineering studies involved in figuring out where to place them building the The supports that. Go on your specific roof. Although some of the technologies have become more modular more flexible a lot of its labor with the installation. And all that so it's not a slam dunk but the math gets better and better over time. But it's more a mixture of art and science trying to figure out what your payback cycle will be of course. Unless you really overpay for it you're gonna get a payback. Is just how quick. The second part of the whole puzzle is what's going to make solar compelling within the next three to four years and that is the cost of batteries backing up the system or dropping. The cost batteries dropping so quickly and the efficiency those batteries rising so fast that by twenty twenty three twenty. Four right in there. Doing sewer with battery and combination at a resident is going to be a no brainer and eventually the batteries are going to be cheap enough. That people will be able to degrade and essentially like in the original star. Wars movie from was that forty years ago. They'll be able to d grid and live with their own power plant at their own house.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Today, there were 1415 new cases of the Corona virus and 22 more deaths statewide. As a result, North Carolina past 162,000 total infections while the death toll from the disease grew to 2652. Also there are 970 people who are currently hospitalized with covert 19 in this state health officials say four people who attended the Republican National Convention in Charlotte have tested positive for the Corona virus. NBC News Radio's Tom Roberts has the details to or attendees and two were supporting the event, according to a statement from county officials. They were all immediately sent home. All 792 people at the convention were tested, which was unique to this event. As most other Republican conventions have not required testing or masks. The Astral City Council has voted to reduce the speed limit on 43 separate streets throughout the city. Wlos reports. The changes were made at the recommendation of city staff who had received request to do so from the public traffic engineering studies were conducted on those streets designated for speed limit changes. You. Speed limit signs will be installed in the coming weeks and a former Mont The story of Rolli teacher pled guilty today to a number of charges, including statutory rape, ABC 11 reports, Nicholas Smith will serve a minimum of 17 years in prison for his crimes that went back to 2011. Smith taught at the school for 12 years and was arrested in 2017, along with Smith sentence. He will also have a no contact order with his victims and have to register as a sex offender for 30 years. That does it for now, with continuing news updates from around the state, I'm Mitch Evans..

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"engineering studies" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"I wanted to look back on the history of Chameleon Boulevard since you're situated there. I don't know if you're familiar with all the sped Back in nineteen fifty to the city of Lafayette recognized. That Pin Hook Road. Couldn't handle all of the traffic. The next twenty nine years feasability studies were conducted to determine the best placement of a grudge over the Romanian to effectively move traffic. And I can tell you as an aside when I moved here in eighty three I. I couldn't figure out how to get around laugh so finally just to share this with you. In nineteen eighty-one there was a route study by domain Zaba own associates recommending the Camelia Boulevard route on August fourth a bond issue which included the Chameleon Boulevard extension was voted and approved on but then a citizens group called save. Our subdivision was formed to oppose the construction on March eighteenth. Nineteen eighty-three mayor. Douglas Strap announced his recommendation to the city council. That quote we construct a four lane river crossing at the table of art on the south side of Lafayette so environmental and Engineering Studies were done citizens. Continue to protest In one thousand nine hundred five the Camilla Boulevard project was included in a bond referendum and approved. Lafayette voters fast forward to Nineteen ninety-three alternatives. Were still being looked at but in April of ninety three the report recommended construction and more environmental assessments were done in nineteen ninety. Six Lafayette Consolidated Council adopted a resolution directing that the committee boulevard bridge become a top priority in ninety nine and January contractors began moving homes from the corridor in two thousand one in August. The contract for construction of bridge and the section of Roadway between settlers trace boulevard and Cambridge. Dry was awarded in on September eighth two thousand three a ribbon. Cutting ceremony was held to declare the bridge officially open. So you probably were not aware of all of us not being you know in the Lafayette area but this was a major controversy. And right where you're situated in. Once it opened people just went. Oh this is nice you know. Yeah so you're situated right there in the middle of a great area of Lafayette and yet I know things have kind of come to a halt as far as dining in and the whole restaurant industry if we can pick back up our conversation about what's going on nail. Yeah that was. We actually did a ribbon. Cutting the on the tenth anniversary two in fourteen at the restaurant to to to to celebrate the the bridge which has just been huge for Local Denison in Lafayette Transit and opening up. Wait easier ways to get to young's Ville two just anywhere get anywhere and all the other places that just exploded so it was the biggest thing I think ever happened yet looking back how it was a to to to where it is now is river ranch perception when we first got there was you know it. It's the best community or mixed development. Whatever they call it. I've I've ever been in still today going around country in different places. I'm like just blown away by the way they built. It is just perfectly done and Steve. The architect and Robert Gaggle right here. It's the quality safe. It's it's it's just really well done so in. Every body told us the best location you know anywhere by the river and as we were lucky enough to to buy a coup to Sean New Orleans. Out and twenty thousand out to be. I think they will. They will they went. Does this for like nine months. Gosh when they knew they read the writing on the wall and and being that the Donald Link was a friend and In in his father in law's would come the restaurant Baton Rouge. They knew that we would be able to to make it work so we bought by the mom out and it was a huge success. Difference if you can touch on that what did you bring? You know to turn that around. What was it that well Rodrick brought it out? We'll restaurants restaurants differ so many different ways personality. Wise culture will. What's your message? What are you? What are you trying to achieve? And we headed down rouge with something Special Ed With Lsu you know. The local ties the energy that we brought music The lie all the all the things that that that I brought all the are the intangibles or the outside of the food. It's more about the energy in the fun. And the lighting the way we set up tables and the way we set up a private parties in US. Energizing the place and we brought. We brought that to a place that just whether they're the way looked at it was. It was all about the food shop driven. They WanNa Kinda hippie kind of place and just you know you have to. You have to. You have to match the community. That just didn't did not do that. They didn't have a good friendship with with the community. You really have to distinguish yourself. Do you know every town has has multiple different restaurants. You have so many places you go you see one time. I laugh yet. It's different as were I noticed is the most restaurants or casual dining Many white tablecloth restaurants. And that's where we are but we'll white tablecloth but we're also fun and and kind of kind of a casual fund fine dining if you WANNA call it which I knew there was a niche for in Lafayette people. Were looking for a place to call their own. Stephanie Cox such a great job at Ala Fonda in history of of their barber their bar so small you know is just. It's it's it's you know. People were looking for a place to meet with large watch parties and we hit that. We hit that niche and it was It was fun because of the people that I knew in the beginning that we would. You know hurt. Their does is like Charlie. Good to the Charlie. Jeez it but he reached out and I became what I did from a from a marketing standpoint because when I bought it in nothing was January. We didn't open till may look between January and May I lived in Lafayette. You know I basically you've got an apartment. And when every and let people went to charity events what to political events met every new a lot of people already for my connections and we had a following from are bad restaurant but it was it was really It was really just kind of a an easy transition for me because from tip and I have the the Cajun heritage and it was it was fun and the grand opening was huge in the next few years until the gas. Kinda take a little bit Just I don't know of a restaurant that had had an opening that anywhere. I've never seen anything like it. So but the good thing. Is You know even with a with a struggling industry when you find good managers Like I have with Christmas Lotto Greg Harmon Katie. Gd's and Legionella Chefs Estevan. And James. I have a crew that this is so amazing. They keep the consistency in the culture in the funding. The whole deal right that were you know. It's easy to t t to to keep it going so his on staff right now with the shutdown. I've kept almost salary the the people I just mentioned who are on salary so matters. I have my salary managers and chefs in Lafayette Salary. Managers and chefs in the actual takeout. Business is able to pay for their their salaries. You know we'd get into the little. The government help out and all that but but the majority of our our casual right now is takeout with is a lot. It's only maybe ten percent of the sales. Were doing less but it still. It's still enough to help them out. And you know. Our employees are on unemployment. But they're ready to get off and come back to work which we have to figure out how to get them to work to do because we can't open for business the biggest mess if your staff is Servers that are Contract right I mean they're just hourly term. Let a part-time college. You know to college driven market like Baton Rouge you will. You will support. We support you. Support US and we. That's the majority of our of our service. Staff is students and from the area so they may live with their parents. Also they doing doing okay is just. They want to go back to work. Yeah just sitting in their their apartments our homes and nothing to do all day to play. Xbox have beer palm parties or whatever it is it gets old and they they WANNA give they WANNA get back and start having fun more working with people would. They would their born into hospitality industry. I'm even mentioned to me that you're baton. Rouge restaurant is actually busier at this point. Just because I guess the economy's different in Baton Rouge Big Bear. It's there but it's not as big as our economy restaurant kind of flight. The other one is at the weights ron or are they separate. It's Dan Rutz. Helping are more than anything else right now because of the The amount of sales are able to do takeout wise Lafayette has some big nights. But it just you could see the you know what I mean yesterday with the old down a negative for the first time ever whatever this is GonNa be a tough night you know and it was. I mean people are. People are are are getting anxious about their future and their livelihood. And you know they're able to spend and they look at US wearing river ranch. We we buy the best food that service and all that even though we have amazing prices right now with the with the family meals and all the things that we're doing is still perceived as a as a higher expense restaurant that people people are holding onto their dollars right now which I understand. I love your menu. I was looking at the family. Take OUT FOR FOUR. Some great dummy options. I mean this is fantastic. Yeah the Seafood Aaron Cheney. I've never had that thought. God this is probably the time to try things like that that you know. Just to to perk up Middle of the week. But can you talk about what's going on locally You'd mentioned to me that The local restaurant association is looking ahead. you guys work together as a as a team when you look at the industry the region absolutely. We've been a part of the restaurant association from the get-go in Always very involved in the the government part of it at lobbying and all the stuff that we need to do to to make sure industry strong because South Louisiana's known for anything it's known for hospitality restaurants and Food and service in who we are and you know Wong great restaurant town Baton Rouge Lafayette..

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)

Bay Curious

08:34 min | 2 years ago

Everything You Wanted to Know About Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)

"I bring you in here because we wanna do effectively like a art special. We get a ton of questions about Bart and you are as far as I'm concerned. The expert in my life. Oh okay well. I'm flattered to hear that. How long have you been covering transit and paying attention to what Barnabas well you know. I've paid attention to what bar does since the mid seventy S.. That's when I moved here and I started taking Bart right then. I think my first Bart ride was nineteen seventy-three. I went to a warriors game when the system was no more than in a year old. What was your first impression. When I came out here. Fart was sort of this rumor. It had gotten national coverage right because they were doing all this crazy he stuff. They were going to go eighty miles an hour. The was much faster than the commute trains went in Chicago. It seems space age and The shape of the cars configuration of the cars that was different from anything I had seen so yeah. It was a cool experience and the other thing was it. was you know it was kind of cheap. Listen there was a time when the short hop rides were twenty five cents. Actually that was just in downtown Oakland in downtown San Francisco although a quarter got a lot further in nineteen seventy three than it does today. I mean things are really different. I mean listen. The other thing about this system was it was not heavily used in the past ten years. Here's the ridership just skyrocketed when the economy came back after the great recession. And that's really one of the chief reasons we've had such a crisis of crowding. Well I think that kind of tease us up to a couple of questions that we got from listeners So this first one comes from mark and he wants to know in. Its nearly fifty years of existence. Why has taken so long to extend into Santa Clara County and only nominally portrait into San Mateo County and never expanded into any any of the North Bay counties. Well there's a complicated history to that but I mean the simple version is that Bay Area Counties had the choice of opting into Bart art in the early sixties and some opted out Santa Clara and San Mateo opted out. There was some talk about a going up to the North Bay going to Marin that history is even more complicated there were engineering studies at showed it was feasible to put a track below the roadway on the Golden Gate Bridge and get the trains over. There were three engineering studies. That found that was fine. One sponsored by the Golden Gate Bridge district did not support that idea but that was on the table and when San Mateo County opted out the backers of Bart then no longer thought that the Marin idea would be feasible so they sort of pulled back on that and in the meantime you know the Golden Gate Bridge district never really liked the idea because back then Bart would have been competition for the service they were offering so far has only gone into Santa Clara and San Mateo detail in recent history because the people in those counties decided they wanted barred. Well I WANNA go back to the early days of the the beginning of Bart. We've got a question from listener. Who wants to know. How did they build the underwater tunnels for Bart. So this is one of the great epochs of the Bart Construction Story It took years and years to design the system that they used and the tube was built in sections they would build the sections in pieces that were longer within a football field and then when they were done with all that work they would tow the section of the tube out into the bay and then they would lower the tube which was sealed both ends down to its location which was of course very precisely marked and divers would join join the sections of Tube together one at a time so that joining the meant they were being welded together and bolted and the to was resting in a shallow trench that had been dug before the sections were brought out? So it took about three years of actual construction auction to get that all together. And that's the Tube we have today the other thing the other aspect I find fascinating is that you know you're actually going down. Pretty pretty steeply sides of the bay where you start up on the Oakland. And you're you're above ground say fifty feet and then you you the plunge under the bay this thing is a one hundred and thirty feet below the bay and then you have to come up on the San Francisco side to connect to the tunnel at Embarcadero cricket hero. The experiences a writer is pretty flat. You kinda feel you're just going straight across. Oh that's right. There are a couple of places where you actually change elevation under the water and It doesn't really feel like you're going up or down but that's exactly what you're doing. Let's get to our next question now. I WANNA go down into the Bart Stations. A couple parts ten questions. So this comes from Brad Meier. I've noticed that they're empty. Newsstands at some stations. What is the history. And why are they closed. And they could provide jobs to vendors in income to Bart. I'm asking because other transit systems around the country have newsstands open in their stations. So we came down to Bart's Montgomery Street station to answer Brad's question and standing looking at where one of these kiosks ask stood. Listen to deal with those kiosks was it was mainly an outlet for the chronicle and examiner the to San Francisco. Newspapers both are still in existence. They used to have a joint operating agreement and so vendors deal both of them. The Kiosk were actually very limited in size so not really amenable to the much bigger business. But the main thing that's happened is the newspapers Don't circulate by selling on the street anymore. Selling and Transit Stations Asians and that's due to the Internet and its do smartphones where people are carrying that information with them instead of having a paper medium in terms arms of whether these could be re purposed for another kind of business. Well maybe but again they're small A bit smaller. You're perhaps in the ones that you see in New York and Chicago and some other cities but the other thing is those kiosks generally sell other kinds of goods so food and Barton generally inside the station's discourages consuming food. We know that from a very recent famous incident where somebody was detained cited for eating breakfast sandwich at the Pleasant Hill station. Those are the main considerations and why these kiosks just aren't going going thing anymore but there is one sort of cool thing about this kiosk if you actually walk over to where used to stand here at the eastern end of the Montgomery Street concourse. Here's an audio effect. If you stand exactly where the kiosk was. Here's kind of an echo chamber here and is right for experimentation enjoy writing and now we have to go catcher train all right well. Let's get to our next question. I'm Jay Quigley and I live even Oakland at West Oakland Bart Station. Their ads right next to the third rail. How on Earth did they change those out without getting electrocuted. I asked this question because every time I look at the third rail I get terrified. Well you know the third rail is something you don't WanNa touch under any circumstances it's very high voltage and Instant death or at least extremely serious injury if you do come into contact with it so what they do is You Know Bart is shut down for a part of every day. Trains really stop running around one. Am and then. There's a window of time between one and four in the morning when a lot of maintenance activity takes place they shut down the third rail. I was told by Jim. Allison at Bart that they call it laying down a blanket. Meaning you know making that area like as if you're covering the rail with a blanket to make it safe they're not physically doing that and then Once the rails are de energized than the workers can work safely there

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Oregon's Ghost Town That Fell Into The Sea

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Oregon's Ghost Town That Fell Into The Sea

"Hidden history. About a town that washed into the ocean between Oregon's against Tillamook Bay and the sea. There's a narrow sandy peninsula or one hundred years ago a town stood and not just any town one of the biggest biggest towns on the Oregon coast with a municipal swimming pool. Half the length of a football field warm salt water washed in how to serve generator. The reason reason it's gone today the entire town because the residents paid to build a jetty to make their steamship journey smoother. The Jetty Changed Ocean. Concurrence the ocean washed away the town the residents had paid for their own destruction. Bay Ocean got it started in nineteen six when a real estate developer named T. B. Potter. Got Hold of it and plotted the town potter. Thought big over the next few years she sold off sixteen hundred hundred lots and built a large hotel a dance hall and that's Swimming Pool. I talked about a mammoth structure right by the beach. So Potter thought big. But his actual execution was more of mid-size. He promptly installed telephone network in Bay Ocean which worked great for local calls across town. The wasn't linked to the outside world. Getting fresh water was a hassle to potter build a pipeline but didn't put a booster pump on it. So the water pressure was Ashley Solo. That sometimes water would not reach some of the lots. He also installed streets made of concrete rather than dirt or sand. But it didn't matter much. No road was built to the mainland until the nineteen twenty s so most residents didn't bother with cars. Most folks arrived on Potter stinks shop the SS badge which made a three day journey from the town of Portland and a three day. Stay the steamer trip was terrifying find ordeal sometimes though of course it would have to cross the Columbia River Bar up at the bars dangers and they are legendary legendary. This last could be more scary than the bar. Crossing which at least could be kept reasonably smooth by not crossing when the tide was coming in residents started clamoring for protective jetty. The Army Corps of Engineers studied the place told them they needed to jetties one on each side at the mouth of the bay and it would cost two point. Two million dollars half of which would have to come from local residents. The residents couldn't afford to do that so they proposed a single angle jetty. A little over eight hundred thousand later it was done and they ocean soon. To be ex. Homeowners paid half each household had ponied up roughly four hundred fifty dollars which in nineteen seventeen was enough to buy one and a half brand new Ford model ts and for a while things. Things were great. The steamship pride was much more pleasant without coming across the open ocean but then something odd started started happening. Baoshan's Broad Sandy. Beach started getting a little less broad than it started getting a lot. Less broad finally in nineteen thirty two waves chiefs from a massive storm crossed the beach and destroyed the massive seaside swimming all from there got worse and worse. The hotel started falling room and by room into the sea. Each one of the seat got further in by nineteen. Thirty eight fifty. Nine homes were gone finally in the early early fifties the C. breached the spit and brushed into Tillamook Bay turning Baosheng into an island instantly. Multimillion Dollar Oyster. Fishery was ruined a thousand acres of oyster beds buried in sand salinity in the base surge. The estuary fisheries started to collapse. The government's sprang into action building. Rip Raps seawall across the gap to keep the sea out some time after that. In the early nineteen seventy second jetty. Jetty was added it solve the problem with the currents and the sand started building itself. Backup on the spit but it was too late for bay ocean by then the entire entire town was

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"engineering studies" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"W. easy bus W. X. K. S. F. MHD to Medford and I heart radio station. it matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio. fifty five degrees in Boston at two o'clock I'm Charlie Sherman here's what's happening. residents in a Beacon Hill apartment complex forced out of their homes after a fire hydrant failed flooding the street WBZ sherry small has the story. Beacon Hill gives way spewing water neighbors say before the city was on the scene to turn it off parts of Anderson street look like a river the water flooding the basement of an apartment building next to the hydrant forcing residents it about seven apartments to evacuate Boston water and sewer spokesperson Steven Maloney until there is an engineering. study done on the structural. myrtle street eighty nine a Meryl Streep we're not doing much at this point as to why the hydrant failed that's still being investigated and they're looking into whether or not reset utility and road work in the neighborhood had anything to do with it from Beacon Hill sherry small WBZ Boston's news radio and you can see the video of the flooding on our website just log on to WBZ ten thirty dot com there is this is the first in a series of six weekend closures that will cause disruptions on.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on KTOK

"Be Oklahoma's teacher ambassador the new US army corps of engineers studies says the Tulsa levee system continues to weaken as a result of flood events the study recommends building thirteen miles of filtered berm and reconstructing seven pump stations and to detention ponds. from the weather center on the cold warn storm team another day feeling like summer it'll be mostly sunny high of ninety but I heat index into the upper nineties will drop back to the upper sixties tonight your next news update in ten minutes I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay on the air and on your iPad that Katie okay dot com newsradio one thousand Katie okay Oklahoma's first use. be a flu fighter with a free flu shot from Walgreens it's no cost to you with most insurance it's quick easy with no appointment needed plus it lowers your chances of spreading the flu to people you care about most get your flu shot at Walgreens and get five dollars off an eligible purchase of twenty dollars now through November thirtieth this is your shot to protect you and the ones you love be a flu fighter well greens trusted since nineteen oh one coupon offer not valid in Arkansas New Jersey or New York. actions that the subject to availability and some restrictions may apply save up to eight hundred dollars this week at mattress warehouse zero percent interest financing and a one year price guarantee find a better price the match it plus fifty percent of the difference why buy anywhere else along with huge savings matters warehouses including an adjustable based on select brands for free that's right free.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Traffic is such a rapidly growing problem city council's commission to traffic engineering study German demand and cost benefit of possible road projects for that bond issue city manager Steve Jones says it would make sense to identify the cost to upgrade other roads and package them all in one transportation bond for voters one Austin home builders thinking small as it builds a new set of apartments in south Austin PSW real estates Ross will senses are building three hundred forty to five hundred square foot apartment in boulder creek neighborhood with rent starting near thousand dollars a month this we can be K. road be down to one lane of traffic each direction for road improvements crews will widen the road between Blue Ridge trailing Walsh Tarleton lane work is supposed to be completed in road re opened by six AM Monday your cable generate our weather watch clear overnight low seventy four get Austin news on demand it newsradio kale B. J. dot com to talk to George your recall the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use code named George nine seven three one three.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Have been looking for the fountain of youth for thousands of years. Now, there's speculation they may have found in aging inhibitor in a generic HIV drug called limiting studying the journal nature shows that mice who are equivalent to seventy five years old in human terms experience dramatically, reduced inflammation and other signs of aging when they received the drug was approved for treating HIV in nineteen ninety-five. Scientists say they're anxious to start human anti-aging trials. Speed limits on highways are usually set as a result of engineering studies, but some local governments override those recommendations believing that the lower the limit is the safer. The road will be a new study in the journal accident analysis and prevention shows, that's only partially. True crashes a reduced when a speed limit is set five miles per hour lower than recommendations, but setting the speed limit ten fifteen or twenty five miles per hour, lower actually increases both total crashes and fatal crashes because so many drivers completely ignore the limit. And finally educators have long sought ways to get girls. More interested in science now with studying the journal, psychological science has some tips. The study shows that suggesting let's do science is much more effective at getting girls engaged than suggesting let's be scientists researchers say pervasive stereotypes, even among the young torpedo, the idea that very many girls ever do become scientists. And that's. Medical notes this week more in.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Meckel notes this week explorers. And scientists have been looking for the fountain of youth for thousands of years. Now there speculation they may have found an aging inhibitor in a generic HIV drug called limiting studying the journal nature shows that mice who are equivalent to seventy five years old in human terms experience dramatically, reduced inflammation and other signs of aging when they received the drug was approved for treating HIV nineteen ninety-five. Scientists say they're anxious to start human anti-aging trials. Speed limits on highways are usually set as a result of engineering studies, but some local governments override those recommendations believing that the lower the limit is the safer. The road will be a new study in the journal accident analysis and prevention shows, that's only partially. True crashes a reduced when the speed limit is set five miles per hour lower than recommendations, but sending the speed limit ten fifteen or twenty five miles per hour. Lower actually increases both total crashes and fatal crashes because so many drivers completely ignore the limit. And finally educators have long sought ways to get girls. More interested in science now with study in the journal, psychological. Science has some tips study shows that suggesting let's do science is much more effective at getting girls engaged, then suggesting let's be scientists researchers say pervasive stereotypes, even among the young torpedo, the idea that very many girls ever do become scientists, and that's medical notes this week more in a moment. Rolaids presents the heartburn blues. So the Cancer Society to cut their own hair today. Somebody's ink pen exploded in the. Rush. And family fajita night.

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"engineering studies" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"engineering studies" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"See that truck Todd is driving. Yeah. He's. Did they do they like when you come up to the stoplight, people whistle stuff? Whistling. The truck truck. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. Good. Power by swan Buick, GMC dot com. So check it twenty nine teens are out of the TV commercial or they're all hauling tailgates up the up the hill and singing nun. I hang goodbye. Because. All right, Lance at a couple of points. And you were in the middle of addressing those before we went to the break finished, Bob if you would. Yes, sir. The the callers right in terms of the production tax credit one number to the callers wrong. In terms of what's the cheapest energy colour win, and it can just go to the Mizo recipe website and you'll see consistently that wind is the first in the market. And then the third point as far as the expansion and paying for win. He's he's right in this sense that any new generation that we that we allow into the grid is the result of requests for proposals from our utility companies. The they were those contracts to new developers and the developer creates new generation. Oh, doesn't engineering study deter Espy pitas, an engineering studied determines what kind of infrastructure improvements need to be made in those costs are applied to to the developer. And so now regard the colors parsley. Right. But that new generation would be paid for whether it's win Cole. Nuclear or something else. He started with a concern over the, you know, the subsidies and a texture piggybacks on that said if wind energy had to survive without special tax incentives could it do. So so first of all. Is the reason it's cheapest because of tax incentives in other words will that change when the when the production tax credit goes away? The the reason that the it's cheapest has been because of the production tax credit that that's federal tax policy has been in place for a couple of decades and that has generated the the development of windy. Evolution of win. I agree with that. I mean, not necessarily agree with the tax policy. But it is the law of the land. Like, I said that tax credit is going away at the end of this year, and the the wind developers that I know that have been talking about this. There's no incentive no interest in trying to pursue renewal of that production tax credit and so win. We'll stand on its own without the federal subsidy in in short order, and so the clients that I deal with say, quite frankly that they're they're prepared to.

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Emanuel Luhn, longtime owner of Jeffreys Toys, dies at 93

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:57 min | 3 years ago

Emanuel Luhn, longtime owner of Jeffreys Toys, dies at 93

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Emmanuel loon longtime owner of Jeffries toys dies at ninety three. By me. Russell from business. Emanuel, Manny loon who owned a chain of bay area stores known to generations of children for the assortment of hard. Find toys before the business was whittled down to one location. Jeffries toys has died. He was ninety three loon died of heart failure October twenty third at his danville. Home said son, Geoffrey loom, for whom the store was named manual loon earned a reputation as the big kid at the store chains center and was remembered by his children for setting off water rockets at Berkeley traffic intersection outside one of his shops and building towers of toys just to see how high he could stack them Jeffries toys, located in San Francisco's financial district since two thousand seventeen is still humming amid a difficult time for toys stores. It's outlasted toys R us and survived the arrival of e commerce. Mark loon. His eldest son took over Jeffrey's toys nearly three decades ago and remains its owner. He just was not a get rich build an empire kinda guy said Jeffrey loon a photographer. He just worked really really hard. He never criticized anybody, but people wanted to please him because he was a nice, man. Born on April eighteenth, nineteen twenty five Emanuel loon grew up in Oakland with his mother, and father birdie and Morton and older, brother. Joel the family owned a general store. Birdies variety store that sold everything from housewares to hardware in the nineteen thirties after World War, Two more Americans had young children and demand for toys boomed with the population birdie and Morton loon opened birdies toy house in San Leandro in nineteen forty eight and steered their son into the toy business when he returned from his service in the Marine Corps. He left behind his engineering. Studies at San Jose State university. The store chain grew with new locations in San Francisco. Daly city, Berkeley, walnut creek and Hayward. Emmanuel loon, married his teenage sweetheart Mildred and they had three children twins, Mark and Stevie and Jeffrey the children were of course, drafted into the toy business. Mark loon said he was the buyer for the hobby department by the time he was twelve when the children were young the loons lived in the bedroom community of San Lorenzo where people deck their front yards with elaborations at Christmas time, the spectacle, drew so many sightseers it required police to direct traffic. Jeffrey loon said the men in the neighborhood would take turns dressing as Santa Claus and handing out candy canes to children, Emmanuel loon would take his turn. But he also gave a gift to every kid. Jeffrey loon said his dad would put on the red suit and load his delivery van with wrapped gifts. Madam Alexander dolls for the girls and baseball mitts for the boys. He knocked on every door in the neighborhood where Jewish Jeffrey loon said, but as a family in the toy business Christmas was a major event for us. Emmanuel loon retired in nineteen eighty nine. To spend more time with family and handed off the business to Mark loom the business shrunk to one location on market street, which moved to Berkeley than forty five Colonel street in San Francisco assigned billing Jeffries toys, as the oldest toy store in San Francisco continues to draw tourists into the aisles, which are stuffed with jigsaw puzzles baby dolls and LEGO sets services were held at the chapel of the chimes and Hayward in his eulogy. Jeffrey loon said his father's legacy lives on in the hundreds of people the loons employed over the years. Emmanuel loon is preceded in death by his wife Mildred and daughter Stevie. In addition to his two sons loons survivors include his longtime companion Peggy Brodie for grandchildren, five great, grandchildren, and a rare collection of Madam Alexander dolls.

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Could Trump Actually Use Military Funding for His Border Wall?

The Sean Hannity Show

02:30 min | 4 years ago

Could Trump Actually Use Military Funding for His Border Wall?

"There's been everybody's been claiming for the last week that there's no way president trump will be able to use the military or military funding to build the promised border wall but guess what is a report by the nonpartisan congressional research service that the defense department was repeatedly enlisted to help with border wall construction throughout the nineties in the early two thousands and according to this report the military has been involved before and putting up barriers along the us mexican border without explicit authorization from congress according to a two thousand nine government report the department of homeland security the defense department of previously worked together on border wall construction according to the report by congressional research service during president barack obama's first year in office and essentially obama by the way used to have my position on immigration used to have our position and controlling the borders but it became politically expedient for him to change his position anyway and essentially the customs and border protection provided money land while divisions of the defense department provided design and labor and this is a national security issue that's the way it's gotta be treated and essentially customs and border protective provided all this and the report claims that the border protection entered into a memorandum of agreement with the engineering and constructing construction support office of the us army corps of engineers and the national guard and a military task force were also involved i'll read it to you the defense department's engineering and construction support office manage several components of the construction process for customs and border protection including planning acquisition of real estate draft in the environmental protection plan designing the project and formulating the engineering cost overseeing the construction process and enforcing the appropriate warranties on most of the tactical infrastructure projects national guard units military units from the department of defense joint task force north provided the labor dod uses projects as part of their training regimen leveraging their ability to deploy tactical infrastructure and thereby providing zero labor cost to the border patrol under the agreement customs and border patrol bought materials they acquired the land the army corps of engineers did the engineering studies provided the manpower provided the machinery that were used in installing the.

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