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Heat Wave Grips US West Amid Fear of a New, Hotter Normal

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Heat Wave Grips US West Amid Fear of a New, Hotter Normal

"Scientists say the dangerous heat in the west could become the new normal one hundred fifteen degrees in Phoenix one hundred twenty in palm springs California and it's not over yet the National Weather Service is Bob we're back on the record shattering heat records were observed in parts of South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Wyoming Colorado New Mexico Arizona and California and Nevada so that you can choose the pretty widespread nature of this heatwave scientists to study drought and climate change say those living in the west may see more of this brutal heat in the future I'm ready to fall late

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High Temperatures Close Schools, Break Records

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

High Temperatures Close Schools, Break Records

"Millions of Americans are sweating in the heat and humidity for many in the northeast it's been days of blistering heat cancer patient the reticence to low in Medford Massachusetts wanted her landlord to turn on the air conditioning I have a hard time very intent and I can breathe and I know I'm going to die some people it's you know please be decent amount of GM thing on so we can have some may have her AC is on now she talked to WCVB TV the National Weather Service is promising a cold front will cool things off in the northeast by tomorrow and especially on Friday but they say it'll stay hot and sticky across parts of the south and central U. S. with highs running maybe fifteen degrees above average or even higher I'm read off Ole

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What Is Tail Risk?

Money For the Rest of Us

06:54 min | 5 months ago

What Is Tail Risk?

"Last week. The proven i got stuck in a rare snow and ice storm that hit texas where millions were without power and unable to heat their homes. We spent saturday night in el paso. Texas we saw there was going to be a winter storm between el paso and san antonio where we were heading where we were dropping off. My son and daughter in law's subaru that they had repaired back in tucson where we spend the winters we debated whether we should stay in el paso or not maybe way today but i thought i've driven in the snow a lot. It's a subaru. It has new tires. We should be just fine and indeed the car at least for the first day perform quite well. It was an absolute mess. There were so many wrecks at one point. There was a chinese woman in the middle of the highway waving us down. We thought it was another wreck. Turns turns out. She and her husband had got stranded on the other side of the expressway and needed a ride back to the next town where they had a hotel. It took us eight hours of driving. And we realized we wouldn't be able to reach san antonio. I rather son book too so hotel in oso texas because our cell phones weren't working right. The next morning the car was dead we put in a battery and then we started driving again. We didn't make it far. We got stuck at a rest. Stop our cell. Phones didn't work. It was fifteen degrees. I found found somebody that call the police for us rescue us but before the police arrived the car started against so we thought well at least try to get to the next exit and maybe we could get a hotel. The car stalled again. We posted about a half a mile off the highway and ended up stranded on the side of the road in sonora texas. It's not a very big town. There's no taxis there's no uber. We presume the problem was the alternator was out. We got a hold of my son who wanted to come and install a new one so we had to get back about thirty eight miles to sona texas where we had a hotel room. I least had the presence of mind to book another nights room at the hotel just in case something came up. We couldn't get back. I called the police. They said they couldn't help. They didn't have the resources that operator said call tow truck. Why did they weren't going to pick us up. They only tow cars. Aaa doesn't do it. Either they only arrange for toes reaced needed a ride back to her hotel. Was i call the auto parts store where i had paid a couple of guys to put the battery in. They didn't want to come pick us up. I had brett check. If we had any plus members in the area the closest one was in kerrville too. Far away i called our web developers in houston. Do they know anybody. In sonora turn their neighbor had family that live there but he was eighty and they couldn't get a hold of him on the phone. Finally brat got in touch with a local leader from the church of jesus christ of latter day saints that live an hour and a half away and it turns out he knew a couple in zona who said they were willing to come and get us complete strangers. They both worked for the school district. The husband and wife and they came. We were on the side of the road about two hours and it was cold the next day. His father in law came. They picked us up. And we made it san antonio barely because we had the head any gasoline because they're filling stations were closed or out of gas because of power. It was extremely rare event. The coldest that has been in texas since nineteen eighty nine. If we look at the weather in san antonio in a typical year it varies between forty. Three degrees in ninety six degrees. it rarely falls below. Freezing plotted graph. Temperatures in texas. Most of the observations would be in the middle around seventy degrees. This is a bell curve. A normal distribution fifteen degrees fahrenheit is where we were to the far left of this distribution and that far left is the tail tail events are extreme outcomes or very rare observations. Because they're in the tail on the ends of the distribution there called talibans tail. Risk is the personal harm. That's these extreme events can cause. How does it impact us. In the worst case we could be ruined. We could die or we could go bankrupt. We could run out of money. This weather event was hey tail event. It was an extreme of it. It was rare now. Pearl and i were in a. I wouldn't call it a dangerous situation. Certainly very uncomfortable. I have not been that stranded in many years. It took a while to find help. I've you were kind of at wit's end as investors we can control the amount of tail risk that we take we can protect against by buying insurance. We can self insure in have enough buffer to survive extreme risk or we can ensure others and sell tail risk protection before we continue. Let me pause and share some words from a new sponsor to the show babble. When the as. I'm eagles as you know. I learned spanish many years ago and recently i've been practicing trying to improve my spanish by using babble. The number one language learning apps each lesson on babbel's about fifteen minutes. That's the perfect way to learn a new language. I've also been practicing with the french lessons on babble. Because i have a hard time pronouncing french. It was cool about babble. Is they design their courses for practical real world conversations in mind things that you'll use every day when you travel babba lessons were created by over one hundred language experts with the app you can choose from fourteen different languages so if you just want to toy with a particular language learn to say hello to order some food. 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How Climate Change Is Setting The Stage For Natural Disasters

Environment: NPR

03:26 min | 7 months ago

How Climate Change Is Setting The Stage For Natural Disasters

"In addition to being the year of covert twenty twenty was also a year of extreme wildfires and hurricanes in part because global temperatures were among the hottest ever recorded. here's npr's lawrence summer. If you caught the weather report in phoenix arizona visit you heard one number over and over alright jamie. We are hoping for weather. But i know just hovering around these hundreds. It was over one hundred degrees a lot on a record breaking one hundred and forty five days all well. Basically almost everything set records. Marvin percha is a meteorologist. At the national weather service in phoenix. I've lived here a long time. I grew up here in the seventies. And i've never seen anything quite like this. Phoenix also doubled. The number of days at spent above one hundred and fifteen degrees and those extremes are dangerous. Almost three hundred people died because of heat related causes in maricopa county another record number certainly with the overall warm earth. It makes it more likely to get these extreme temperatures and those temperatures set the stage for other disasters. Twenty twenty hurricane season has been uniquely awful. There have been thirty named storm so far a new wreck. Warm waters in the atlantic fueled the most active hurricane season on record and many storms intensified quickly building strength faster-than-expected. The records kept falling in the western u. s. two or wildfires burned more than nine million acres. Tens of thousands of people fled their homes. Some with only minutes to spare three states california oregon and colorado had the largest fires in there recorded history. Dan mcevoy a climatologist with the desert research. Institute says heat was one of the reasons when you have elevated temperatures and extra dry atmosphere. That really makes the fuels more flammable. An easier to burn a hot dry atmosphere is thirsty. He says it's like a sponge pulling moisture out of plants and soils that creates the conditions for fires to move fast and burn hot on the landscape in the west is normal. We need that fire but the thing that's changing is how quickly they become. These large megafires mcevoy's done studies showing how he will dramatically increase. This fire danger in the west but even he's surprised to see it. Play out so quickly this year is i mean. How many times can we say the word. Unprecedented christina doll is a climate scientist at the union of concerned. scientists events. Like that make it really hit home for climate scientists that this is not just something theoretical that. We're predicting it's something that we are living through. Twenty twenty is basically tied with two thousand sixteen for the hottest year ever recorded at almost two degrees above average but whether it takes the top spot is beside the point though says the last five years or the five hottest on record since eighteen eighty. And it's only expected to get worse for me personally. I think that there's not going to be one. wake up. call that spurs the public in the us. And our policymakers into action. It's more the accumulation of all of these events and all of the heartache as incurred because of them that heartache she says should be a reminder that the more fossil fuels are burned. The more years like this. We should expect to see lorne summer npr news.

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Oof! 2020: A Hot Year For The Record Books

Short Wave

02:53 min | 7 months ago

Oof! 2020: A Hot Year For The Record Books

"Okay so. I up on the list of twenty twenty s greatest hits and hits in a bad way Number one. it was hot. Yeah and if you happen to catch a weather report in the southwestern u. us this year you heard one number over and over and over again. Death valley california yesterday broke a record of one hundred and twenty-five with the new temperature of one hundred thirty one twelve expected for today at one zero to quartzite one eleven four today tucson one seven around one thirteen yep designed hundred temperatures above one hundred because it was over that a lot this year so it wasn't just the heat wave that comes and goes lauren. People really didn't break. Yeah exactly it just stuck around like for example in phoenix. The city saw one hundred and forty five days. That were over a hundred degrees. Jake sap broke the record and then there were fifteen days that were over one hundred and fifteen degrees which is double the previous record. No nets too much. That feels this feels like too much. Zona yeah and when you talk to people there and they're used to heat their. It was still shocking to them. I spoke to meteorologist. Marvin percha at the national weather service in phoenix and not only how warm it got but how persistent and warm weather was is. What was so remarkable about this year. I've lived here a long time. I grew up here in the seventies. And i've never seen anything quite like this boy. I wanna be next. Meteorologist surprised serious. Backlash and one important thing to point out here is nighttime temperatures. Which maybe don't seem as important. But they are because they were hotter than normal and that's a big problem especially in cities because cities experienced worse heat than the surrounding area and all that concrete it heats up it retains heat really well and they need to cool down at night right. Because extreme heat isn't just uncomfortable for people who live through it. it can be dangerous. yeah exactly and phoenix. Saw a record number of heat related deaths this year as a result. It's sad to say about almost three hundred people and those people who died directly because of the heat and long term trend of course. Is that this kind of heat is only gonna get worse with climate change. Yeah and one of the things just to wrap your mind around as you're hearing numbers like that. The planet has already warmed about two degrees fahrenheit because of climate change and that feels like a small number but that is on average right. That's the global average and when you shift the average you can kind of imagine this in your mind. There are a lot more relief. Hot days. That are now in the range of temperatures that people experience and the other thing is that super hot weather happened in places that have not been historically hot. Alaska had

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High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

05:20 min | 1 year ago

High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

"Was thinking about you all week thinking, how is she farming when it's over a one hundred degrees so give us sort of a snapshot of your farm and like how do you cope with those conditions? Well, let me tell you first of all, we're in what's called the high desert where about four thousand feet above sea level. So we're in the mountain. Okay. So near probably always consistently ten degrees cooler than Tucson in almost fifteen degrees cooler than Phoenix. So settle a little secret about where you are is because of allegation exactly now it's hot outside it's a little hot, but you know it works in it's funny because one of the benefits about living here it does snow. We get snow in the winter, but it's usually gone by noon our ground never freezes. So the soil is always workable all and very rarely have like a hard frost. So if you think of like I, go up in Boston, it would start to get colder and colder nine pm pm and that's when the coldest would happen. But here the coldest time it seems like is early in the morning three or five. In the sun rises in warm things up in usually. So is just a click fraud so that can damage some plants but for the most part, we have no problem. So I don't know and I I just I guess, I have the desire to grow flowers GonNa make it happen or the variances is what's crazy is that it can be like ninety five degrees during the day and then in the thirties at night. It's crazy I mean I was thinking when you talked about snowing in the morning at least you're getting precipitation where other parts of Arizona are not getting precipitation. So even though it snow, it becomes the moisture the roots need that's in. It's wonderful when the snow slowly melts in and gets into the soil, you really can't beat that. while. So give us snapshot of Patagonia Flower Farm, and of course I pick a Patagonia as the clothing, but it's actually the name of a town and I believe a mountain somewhere, right? Yes. In it's actually pronounced Pentagon Yep. Okay Not like the brand to girl. No. So it's very hilly. We got a lot of grasslands here Yes. So it's really really beautiful. A lot of people think of Arizona and they think of Oh. It's everything's GonNa be dry. We've got quite a bit of green going on Yeah. It's really a beautiful town the Pentagon, yet self only has about a thousand people that that live here Old Mining town in it's quite a lot of retire. You can imagine a lot of artists, letter retirees, a lot of women. So it's an interesting sweets out. Wow. That's I wanNA visit. That sounds really wonderful. Yeah and is there much agriculture they're like. Are. You a lone ranger to use the Weser your lot. Of course. Now, a lot of people are gardening. You know it's funny because there is A. Organization here in town that I work very very closely with called Borderland Restoration. So they have a big greenhouse here where they sell native plants in the harvest seeds germinate the season, create more plans to restore the over you know. Overworked will say off. Areas of. Of. Southern Arizona. So so yeah. So. There are few. Let me think. So, before I moved here like years before there was a A Dalia grower here believe it or not, and I know that they must have had a lot of shade because we need the shape of the Dahlia's but But yeah. So a little bit here and there but I think borderlands nursery is the biggest like grower right now and it is mostly native Oh. That's so interesting. So your what's the size and scale of of your farm and give us a snapshot of what all the pieces to the puzzle there. Okay. So. I am what is called a micro farm about or thousand square feet, and I'm growing things very tightly together and I. You know I took 'em a Florette alumni I took her class in twenty seventeen. So I follow a lot of her protocols and the only differences I do a no till I keep the landscape fabric down and Yes. So so that's if I do the landscape fabric I've got who those short tunnels I don't have a greenhouse yet, but one day. And yes, I have an area where I'm doing mostly perennials and then I have my annual and at borderlands has been so gracious of allowing me to use a quite about fifteen hundred square feet where I've been growing sunflowers in in the ground or undercover know in the ground vendor landscape fabric on their property warring. Yeah. But I love it that like you've been entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to. Access land that wasn't being utilized, but you knew would be perfect for some flowers. Eight. Wow.

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Trump May Be the Single Dumbest President in American History

The Breakdown with Shaun King

08:47 min | 1 year ago

Trump May Be the Single Dumbest President in American History

"A few minutes ago on Instagram I posted screen shot of the NBC News Story of Donald Trump saying e wondered if people injected themselves with disinfectant. If it could kill the virus and some people reasonable people to say did he. Did he say that? Like is this fake news And I understand these weren't even supporters of Donald Trump. These were real everyday people who just said hold on hold on. I don't trust the man but this seems so outrageous so ridiculous so beyond the Pale. Did he really say that so? Let me play the clip for you. Where he indeed wonders aloud in one of many moments of stupidity across this pandemic wonders aloud. Whether or not infecting injecting rather disinfectant could kill the Koran invites. Let me put the disinfectant with Nazi out in a minute minute. And is there a way we can do something like that By injection insider or almost a cleaning. Because you see gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number so it'd be interesting to check that so that you can have to use medical doctors with but it sounds it. Sounds interesting to me. So we'll see but the whole concept of the light the way it goes into one minute that's That's pretty powerful. So yes there. It is Donald Trump at a press conference very smartly holds. These press conferences every single day. Because he knows they'll be covered and he is operating under a philosophy that he's used his entire life is that all press is good press and listen that literally got him into the presidency where he feels strongly that if he can dominate every new cycle. If he can dominate social media that he can do that all the way into the presidency and indeed. That's what he did in two thousand fifteen to twenty sixteen when he actually one. He did that in a lot more. But for his entire life going back even to the early seventies he has always been a master manipulator of the media and wouldn't mind if it was good press bad press horrible press. It could be about anything about his personal life about his marriage but his release. It's marriages about his relationships. It could be about him. Being a bigot. A xenophobe anything. He understands that being in the news and not just on nightly news but dominating it from morning tonight dominating social media indeed here we are talking about him right now and I. I have a principal to not really speak about him on the breakdown because he is covered and analyzed everywhere and doesn't deserve our attention here when there are so many other issues that just don't get the coverage but this is one of those moments where he says something one. That's dangerous now. You have to remember that just a few weeks ago. He was touting a particular malaria drug as a miracle. Cure for the corona virus and finally scientific studies are coming back on that drug and are saying not only is it not helping the corona virus but that in the trials the patients who were treated with it have a higher rate of death than those who weren't treated with it and not only was he touting it for weeks on end but so was Fox News. So we're conservatives across the country they have all now gone silent on it including Donald Trump no longer pumping it no longer talking about it and he literally yesterday. He said two things actually he then started saying how the corona virus dies under heat. What again he does not say when he says that he then starts talking about how people should go out in the sun and how the virus dies under heat. There is a study that shows that win. The Corona virus is not in a human body but his out of the body and is then put under extreme heat like two hundred degrees and above which is a temperature that we could not live in once outside. It gets above a hundred and fifteen degrees. Human beings can only be outside but for so long you literally could not walk in two hundred degree temperatures. It dies outside of the body in extreme heat but the man literally said I I think maybe people should inject disinfectant and go out in the sun. You only laugh to keep from crying because it's so ridiculous is so preposterous and outrageous and dangerous. That it to me reveals something it reveals like we always we always known that Donald Trump was problematic. And I don't think anybody obviously. He thinks he's a genius and anybody who calls themselves calls himself. A genius is not a genius but it reveals a base level of ignorance and stupidity. He is surrounded by doctors and experts and could have any expert in the world at his side at a moment's notice particularly during this pandemic and because he wants to dominate the news cycle. He just gets on the Mike and says the first thing that comes to his mind and began saying things that are dangerous minds you last month. A family began taking that anti-malaria drug and one member of a family died. Another was hospitalized and in a normal world and they both said that they did it because they heard Donald trump touting its effectiveness its efficacy in a normal world that moment would have ended. His presidency would've ended anyone's presidency. Oh you just touted a drug that got a man killed like there is a literal argument for ARRESTING DONALD TRUMP. For this in fact. Some doctors have lost their medical license over celebrating. What Donald Trump was saying about? It like it's a scandal for everybody but him and that's because there's a new scandal a new problem new issue new beef every single day but that he got up yesterday in front of the media in front of doctors just randomly saying things that are not only untrue but are dangerous and are again going to get people killed shows the risk of his presidency. Listen if you've followed me over the past year you know that I'm not a fan of Joe Biden or Joe Biden's policies. You understand that there is a marked difference between the ignorance and danger of Donald Trump and who Joe Biden is even if what you need to think through with that issue. Is this old notion that I'm tired of that. You are tired of of choosing between the lesser of two evils. Any man who says you may need to inject yourself with. Lysol is saying something so preposterous in dangerous. That he should not be trusted with nuclear codes. He shouldn't be trusted five dollars. Let's be real. The man is dangerous. I wanted to deviate from the norm today to just talk for a moment about how preposterous he is I don't even like to say his name here on the breakdown but I had to break the rule and talk about it today.

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The Science of Making Bread

Short Wave

08:07 min | 1 year ago

The Science of Making Bread

"Okay talking to Patricia. Christie chemist and Baker about the science of bread baking. But before we jump into my hashtag sour dough problems. Let's first talk about an ingredient. Patricia says is essential to good bread yeast because the yeast is the biological leavening. So what that means is that you don't want your bread tastes like hockey pucks right. Flat and nasty spread is supposed to be fluffy and the fluffy nece are the gas that is produced by the yeast and so yeast is a living organism. And when each the sugars just like you eat sugars. It produces carbon dioxide and the carbon dioxide. A are the bubbles in the bread so bubbles in your dough gives you light airy bread. Thank you yeast and for Sour Dough for the non bakers out. There you don't just use commercial yeast like you find in the supermarket. You Cultivate Wild Yeast Yeast at statuary around us in a gooey paste. You make a flour and water that mixture is what's called a sour dough starter or mother. I would describe a mother as the master mix of your culture of your yeast and so what it is so when you do an experiment say in the lab with bacteria you have a original bacteria that you take a sample of it and use it for your experiments so the sour dough mother is basically the master mother. It is what is going to include all the components that are necessary to make more on sour dough bread. Except it's in a more concentrated version. Gotcha Gotcha okay. So I've got my my little mother I've got my yeast and then you have to feed it so you put flour and water in it. What is happening in that part of the process so flowers contain proteins and sugars and so yeast need the sugar to divide. So that's their nutrients right so if you think of it you eat you eat food. The reason you eat food is you need the building blocks for all of your macromolecules so by giving the sour dough starter your mother load your flour and the water that provides all the nutrients for the yeast to be able to reproduce and make more of it got it. Okay okay got it got so then you take that starter that has been recently fed and you mix that with flour and water as your first step of you know kind of bread making. Yeah you're going to take some going to take a sample of the starter and use that to make your sour dough bread of the day. You still have your master mix but you've also got your you've got your your experiment of the day right right right got it. Okay so how do you? Let's say hypothetically somebody I knew was trying to make sour dough and the doe wasn't rising is is maybe a reason for that that I'm using like this garbage bleached flour. That may be the problem. I'm trying to figure it out or my friend is my hypothetic- hypothetical friend. Yes a friend who shall remain nameless Yes so one of the things I would ask. Your friend is where in your kitchen. Are you raising? Are you sitting the dough right? Is it cold in your kitchen or is it warm in your kitchen because the yeast just like us like a specific temperature and if it's too cold the yeast won't be growing as well as if it's the right temperature for them So you might WanNa move around a little bit and see the other thing I would do. Is You might WanNa wrap plastic wrap or something over top God Shiva. Sour dough doesn't like a lot of oxygen so it will use up the oxygen that's present and then it will become without oxygen. Which is what we call anaerobic. And that's going to give the most carbon dioxide producing Gotcha. Okay I'm GonNa tell you what Patty I was doing all of those things wrong when you're listening them off. I was definitely putting it in cold room. I'm definitely just covering it with little tea towel. That is not preventing too much oxygen from going in there. You know what I mean. I'm beginner Patty. Well you know. Have you tried just the normal? You Know Aerobic Brad Recipe where you just start with yeast and add some flour and some a little bit of sugar and just let it go. Are you asking me that? Because I'm a beginner. Did I start with an easy thing? That was attainable for me. Yes absolutely not of course not a jumped right into sour dough of. I'm a microbiologist. I know how to make bugs grow. Okay so okay so how do you do? You have any kind of like you know a list of mistakes beginning. Baker might make and you know what some of those things can teach us about the science of sure. The first thing that a lot of people don't do is they don't if they're using dehydrated east they're not measuring the temperature at which your dissolving the yeast at the beginning. Gotcha right so if you look at the the Package of the East. It says you know use water between. I think it's like a hundred and five to one hundred fifteen degrees Fahrenheit and if you think of it the reason you WanNa do a specific temperature is because the yeast are in a Think of it like a hibernation state and they WANNA be woken up nicely right. You don't WanNa poke the bear as it sleeping you want to. Just you know gently nudge. It so the idea that if you use temperature that's too cold. The yeast doesn't wake up properly. If you use temperature that's too hot. You kill it and so then you're never going to be able to get any biological leavening. So that's usually the first problem so a good thermometer is fabulous and then at that point then you can start making your dough and the Nice thing about bread is that you don't have to be gentle with it right there it can. It can withstand some handling and then at that point then you have to start making a lining all your gluten fibers and that's key. That's needing needing is really important. Because you will align all your gluten fibers and that gluten fibers then is going to give the texture of the bread and you can always tell that you've needed enough if you stick your finger in it and pull it out and your finger SORTA give it stays there. And that means you know you've needed enough dodger. Okay what's your best advice for? People who are just getting into baking now find a basic recipe. Make it and see if it works and I love. You can reproduce it. Then you know you've got the fundamental of that experiment. And then once you feel comfortable following the recipe exactly some variations in and then see if you can improve upon. It's all about practice right. You find good recipe you you follow it exactly and see what the result is. Yeah you know I also wonder if patty a piece of advice for people starting to get into baking is to try to be patient with themselves and have fun because all admit sour dough day. Six in deep can't get my brother is I was like do. I need another thing that I cannot accomplish. You know what I mean. I know exactly what you mean. And it's especially important to think about you know this is sort of the equivalent of an extra curricular right. This is something that you're trying to do to relax and have fun and you need to step back a little bit and say you know what? Let's see what I can accomplish today. And just you know. Take a deep breath. Look at your experiment and see you know what maybe today wasn't a good day. I can try again tomorrow. It's

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease here is your WC have G. three day forecast from weather ology dot com mostly cloudy skies are expected tonight as low temperatures drop down to sixteen degrees and then those clowncil sticker on Monday into Tuesday with a high of twenty and twenty one overnight lows of the at seven and fifteen degrees Wednesday keeps is under cloudy skies again twenty five similar terms and conditions again Thursday from the flank weather center I'm meteorologist Jeff Nordine on AM eleven hundred the plane currently it's twenty degrees five years ago comforting started with the dream saving people money on a mattress and help him sleep better providing great quality and phenomenal service right now we're celebrating our twenty five year anniversary got some great promotions going on so if you need a mattress stop in and check it out over the past twenty five years of conflict made over fifty one thousand mattresses every single one of those mattresses made with care by a craftsman person who's in the state that means it was created for your body to sleep comfortably every night one thing that makes comforting different is our comfort guarantee we actually want you to be comfortable in year five six seven eight as long as you want to sleep on the mattress we want you to be comfortable thank you Terry after making fifty one thousand mattresses my handle so but it's been worth and I'd like you to stop in to get your next mattress that comfort during our twenty fifth year anniversary.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Drive on the way home left lane workroom thanks to now he's always got something to say did you know well the Dow was up there's a cold front moving in from Canada mayor Walsh unveiled his agenda all because he looks and intelligence for roughly ten thousand already weather like weather reports did you want to talk about the weather we just wanted to check today twenty seven times forty four Friday son goes away clouds rule the day no makes rain showers Saturday blustery and cold I thirty three but feels like it's twenty as cold Sunday with a high near forty mother Monday fifty five you know I don't like the wind chill thank I wish that they would just tell us is the temperature and he is the wind because it's apples and oranges and here's that is an example of how it's kind of an accurate say it's say's take ten degrees it's fifteen degrees with no wind that feels one way and if it's twenty degrees with or are they say thirty degrees with enough wind it would get you down to what they would say is fifteen degrees it doesn't feel the same as actual fifteen degrees it's it's different feels different it is different and how you would deal with it not freezing because if there's no wind it is the is stripping the heat away from your face I do I feel is qualitatively different and I really don't like it because I just don't think a non wind fifteen degrees feels like something with a wind chill of fifteen degrees is qualitatively different there you go I'm a grown up boy I can figure out what in my mind how to deal with its fifteen and there's a fifteen mile an hour wind let me do that math myself okay try to convince me that fifteen degrees without the wind chill is the same as a fifteen degrees with the wind chill our our he windshield fifteen you got it I guess you probably know what I'm saying we'll talk with the done but I had to get it out there I can do it I can make that calculation it's twenty five degrees X. model when it's gonna feel like this six one seven two five four ten thirty open lines now having fun with lyrics that resonate with you and you know I cannot let this night go by without throwing my boy a bone David Bowie I'll never convince me that one of the greatest of the lyricist in the rock world any random song life on Mars he was a lot of you know the song.

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How heat pumps can shrink CO2 footprints

Climate Connections

01:08 min | 1 year ago

How heat pumps can shrink CO2 footprints

"When outside. Temperatures dropped ten or twenty degrees Fahrenheit. It feels cold but they're still heating that air that can be extracted and used to warm homes. Aw the device used to do this called an air source heat pump Chris. Carrick is with the central New York Regional Planning and Development Board. He says the basic technology is nothing. Nothing new heat pumps have been around for decades and they're fairly common down south but until recently they did not work well when outside temperatures dropped below freezing so they were not used in colder climates. But that's changing has air source heat pumps become more efficient. These new coal climate air source heat pumps are functional down onto negative ten negative fifteen degrees and they run on electricity so they generate heat without burning oil natural gas or other fuels on site. According to a report by the non-profit Rocky Mountain Institute switching to heat pumps could dramatically reduce the carbon pollution caused by home heating. They have the most. I impact in places with renewable electricity so he pumps could be a way to keep homes warm while producing much less global warming pollution

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Understanding the Use of Rudders

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

09:00 min | 1 year ago

Understanding the Use of Rudders

"Aviators. While what an exciting in time it is as we move into the holidays here I just feel I feel so excited about aviation in general and just everything. I've got going on here at the finer points. I don't know if you guys heard the podcast cast last week about the magnetic compass But that was really interesting for me. You know one of the standard procedures. The probably know that I teach our flow checks that start with the magnetic compass and check the heading and you know kind of do that. Lightning bolt flow around the cockpit. Backed up with a climb checklist for climbs or cruise checklist for cruise and descent checklist for descent. So I often get asked the question about the magnetic compass last week we kinda got to that topic and after talking to Peter had a chance to go fly it and sort of pivot the compass around and really tested in climbs or descents. And I've always been teaching thing that procedure Even just for the procedural value itself but it was nice to know that you know once you confirm there is no heading. Change in a steady state. Climb climb or descend most. Compasses are indicating accurate. So interesting stuff. The IBOOK has been updated if you're interested in those standard procedures or other standard standard procedures. pre-takeoff briefings passenger briefings callouts. All of that stuff and why it's important. Please go check out the update to setting the standard available now on on the I tunes bookstore. I guess training is an interesting thing because flying really flying the kind of airplanes we're flying has not changed in the last hundred years right so teaching it is an interesting thing because we've been unsuccessful in a lot of ways over those one hundred years so constantly looking for new ways to talk about things or new ways to label things to prevent certain types of accidents. This is kind of what keeps happening in cycles. Almost every fifteen or twenty years so one of the ways we talk about flying in today's language is about stall speed increasing and bank angles right. We hear that all all the time when you roll into a bank you're stall speed increases and the behavior that I'm seeing manifest out of that can sometimes be really strange. Actually dangerous right. So the stall speed does increase in a bank angle if you hold your altitude if you release stick and and don't allow the airplane to accelerate. It will continue to fly at one G in the stall stall speed will not increase but all this talk about the stall speed increasing in a bank angle has created some strange behaviors For example yesterday I'm out flying with the student. The student you know great I got a certificate a long time ago. Hasn't flown in about eight months and goes to make the first turn in the airplane and sort of push is hard rudder. This is you know once he gets to fifteen degrees of bank yaws the airplane around the turn across controls the ailerons to prevent the overbanking tendency and starts to pull back a little bit. And I've seen this before I've seen it you know. I think it's a result of US talking about the stall speed increasing and bank angles. That students students are so apprehensive about banking the airplane and uncertain about what happens that they they do one of two things they either you know. Push hard rudder in the airplane around around the turn which is bad for holistic reasons? We'll get to in a second and the other thing. They sometimes do is sort of dive just thinking. Well if my stall speed increases and I'm going to roll into a bank bank I better keep ninety or one hundred knots of airspeed on this. Maybe even they're thinking of I don't know if you saw that recent fight chops. Video whiff if Dan Greider talking about minimum. Maneuvering speeds on that that are used sometimes in jets. But you know whatever the reason this is this. This is strange behavior either thing and it's a result of not really being comfortable with the airplanes performance the airplanes capabilities and the performance envelope. So here's at. That moment sounded lake when I was flying yesterday with. Danny you gotTA turn with Bank. You're turning and he got to work on that a little bit talk taught that you're holding rotor boss controlling the term so we got back on the ground and we. We really needed to debrief this. I needed to make sure he understood it. So here's the debriefing. The audio from it exactly as I said it to him. And if you're more of a visual person and you WanNa see this debriefing as I say it The video is available to patrons at Patriotair Dot com slash. Learn T.F. It's important to stay coordinate. And so what. I'm seeing you. You do which I see other people do. This isn't as uncommon as you might think it's usually related to people being a little bit uncomfortable banking steep close to the county but your airplane will hit like a certain banking on like this and instead of continuing to roll into a bank. That would cause you to turn what you're doing is pushing inside rudder. Yeah inside riders swings the outside wing through the the air adding airflow which causes it to over bank and to prevent that. You're cross controlling your kind of turning with your left foot to go and then cross controlling Part of the the problem with that is. You're already Bank of little bit so when you saw your not it just yawns from a level plane. You're yawning toward the ground. So whether you know it or not you're also inadvertently because the the pedal would be causing more ground. So you're cross controlling pulling and pushing inside rudder which is how you spend. Now you're not going slow enough awesome senior not pushing the edge of the envelope that we've made me think. Oh my God we're GonNa Student but fundamentally I just want to make sure your understanding the only reason the rudder is there to roll the airplane into a bank and then you neutralize it and it's the horizontal component of the bank wing. That pulls me through. Yeah I got you so for over one hundred years. We've been trying to explain this concept of how pilots should use rudders and after doing this professionally for twenty twenty years. I struggle sometimes to figure out why this is so difficult and clearly it is because loss of control. Accidents are still the leading cause of fatal accidents. So so how do we teach rudder used properly. I mean really teach it teach it so that it makes an impact. I'm definitely combating the laws of privacy and a lot of students just because it's not taught well in the beginning so it's hard to correct but even with my students the ones that I can take from day one and tell them everything I want them to know. It's still difficult to to get them to actually do it in the airplane in really. Let's think about it. I mean flying the airplane if you keep the unlike the concepts that I'm trying to teach that we're trying to teach that for for a hundred years we've been trying to teach are pretty simple. I mean keep the wing flying. That is air flowing over at sufficient velocities in keep both wings meeting the relative wind at the same time. Basically so so you're coordinated right the same amount of airflow over each wing when you use ailerons to roll roll into the bank which causes airplane at turn when you use ailerons to role in it creates lift on the wrong side right so the adverse aileron yaw would pull you away from the turn. Therefore we have a rudder we use. We need to coordinate. The use of AILERONS and rudder rolling into out of banks so that's one skill so coordinated use Aileron and rudder rolling into and out of banks and I think that's skill by the way deserves a little bit of attention straightaway so going out for multiple lessons just working on slowing the airplane down and working with different role rates. Different air speeds. Making sure that you understand how to do that. How to coordinate ornate effectively the use of Aileron and rudder through various air speeds and then the other thing is managed the Torque of the engine and I am saying Torque of the engine and I know that that we've changed it to left turning tendencies in that there are three of them factor slipstream and and Torque but the language we use to describe what we're trying to teach is incredibly important? That's what that's what we were talking about at the beginning of this podcast and if you go back to the nineteen forty forty seven bucks stick and Rudder by Wolfgang Language. She he talks about Torque Managing Torque. And I like it. I think there's something that immediately connects that concept except to the engine and this is a behavior we're trying to build into a pilot's skill base manage the Torque of the engine managed the left pole of the engine engine. That's the second skill you have to have with rudder now whenever you add power obviously you'll have to manage that torque or left poll of the engine. I'm anytime you're flying. Hang slow or in a climb. You'll also have to manage that. Torture left poll of the engine. So you can separate that into as many left turning tendencies as you want but if it doesn't manifest NFL into a behavior that causes the pilots. Push the right rudder when the power's added then we're still missing a connection

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Beijing al fresco dining crackdown

Correspondents Report

04:47 min | 2 years ago

Beijing al fresco dining crackdown

"Now you'd think a city of twenty million people would have plenty of buzz but those running. Beijing seem some say determined to kill it off. The city's mayor has been leading gentrification Haitian push of the last few years as Beijing swelters through another summit outdoor dining has become a victim of the fun police his China correspondent Bonded Bill birtles those who've never been to Beijing. It's sprawling wide streets and lack of density tends to type them by surprise. Many people seem to have images of Hong Kong and Shanghai in their heads assuming that's what China's mega-cities all look like butt by Jim. He's the opposite wide roads and footpaths gated courtyards and massive blocks like a city a flat sprawling capital. That's not particularly particularly well suited to pedestrians and immed- summer CDs blanketed in hygiene land hate that is dry dusty and lacks humidity of coastal cities further south but with winters that reaches Lau is minus fifteen degrees the locals he wanted to lap the summer days. is as much as possible when I I lived in China in twenty ten summoned nights were spent outside on the street drinking call bs he's eating barbecued lamb and sitting on little plastic stools a might of mine came to visit and I still have the photos of shirtless drenched engi- wit sitting with locals around a massive leg of mutton on a speed was as by Djing and experience as you can get things as though it's pretty hard to find the capitals made Thai tea has been planning this city up he's been on a demolition drive knockdown shabby abby little shops illegally run by out of towners and replacing them with Nate traditional-style shopfronts and walls that obscure ramshackle residential blocks locks without the right paperwork nearly always out of towners have been getting the heath how limiting the street food options a blog known as Mahita man who sold pine fairly strong three dollars cocktails from cast as packed up and moved to Shanghai Beijing. Jing's authorities doug. Let him do business here anymore. Beijing's one little slice of Southeast Asian style decadence now on the street as is being completely done over it was always relatively tiny compared to places like Bangkok in Bali but it was way Mahyco man fights cigarette peddlers Eliza cheap bonds came together and outlet for an otherwise straight lice city but now the Baas and cheek nightclubs a Goan it replaced by upmarket book cafes and clothing shops. Little by little gentrification has been on the march ear this summer. It's taken an audio turn. I noticed that my ears pob no longer had titles out the front on my favorite Yunan restaurant had removed tables from the street the mole logo little restaurants that serve land on a stick having many places taken over the donnas inside by James May has seemingly declared the war on Alfresco dining to make the CD more nate and tidy the fun of spending a hot summers night outside. People watching is largely. <music> over some of the best restaurants now relocated to shopping malls. It's a real shame by Jingo of courses. He's not a normal CD. One local recently complying by Jing is no longer run it that the communist ATI is already changed the city for its own in purposes to create an or inspiring capital projects state power the city's massively wide buildings and brutalises architectural picture already do a pretty good job of projecting my but the local streetlife humanize the Y.. Shopping malls and shine cafes never could now that's increasingly whereby genes headed neat tidy and solace there are still some amazing

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on NASCAR America

"It's going to be as Mardi said well over one hundred degrees inside these cars parker whereas a driver. How concerned are you and what can you do to combat the heat so I think it depends on how well you've prepared right what you use inside the car? You know you have people that use. The cool suit some that decide knock us a cool suit some US air conditioners. Some don't a US air conditioner because they're Coochie. They want to keep the weight down in the race car so there's all different things. There's all different methods. Kyle Busch uses a lot of ice fags. I've personally used that myself but there's no real way to prepare when you have this kind of heat. You just have to almost convince yourself okay. Here's how long the races here. Hopefully we have a good car because when things are going well it's easier but you worry about the guys having a bad day the car that's not running well. They're twenty second place. They're struggling. That's when that heat seeps in mentally just breaks you down in so many ways so I will say for once. I'm kind of happy not to be in the car. I'll let you guys take over for that. So if you're looking at your Coochie for help you're not gonna get much because we already have enough on our place in our mind. It's up to you as the race car driver. You have to be prepared. You have to come up with a plan and you can recruit the interior mechanic whoever's responsible for the cockpit with you and make sure they have what you may need on Sunday whether it is those ice packs you mentioned or towel. Whatever type of things do you think will help you stay cool but in the in the only thing I'm going to prepare myself for is to make sure I'm there to coach my driver down because it is a short track? This argument goes to every driver but Martinsville they will be contact. The restarts will be crazy. It's already pressure packed and when you add the miserable interior our temperatures of these race cars on top of it I expect some very short fuses and the right side window which has never been mandated that New Hampshire until this year so they haven't at every track now. It's GonNa make it even just add onto that. It's you know that's been a discussion within right. I think for a lot of drivers Thursdays when we went to Sonoma's Egos incredibly hot and you also have that pan that we run underneath the engines now we're running the engines hotter never so all that hot air is has nowhere to escape so these cars I mean I burnt my foot at Daytona. I haven't done that in years because these cars are so oh incredibly hot now well. It's simple just over the thermostat trials fifteen degrees. That's what's talk says ice cream delivery service you your parker snacks with that right side window. How much hotter does that make the car then previous yeah well basically imagine this right? Turn the heat on your car and drive down the interstate role one window down to win those Dan. You feel like you have a little bit of cool air coming in it's a little bit of relief but when you put that right side window in roll the windows up because even though the left sides opened with that window net very little air gets in that and without the right. nightside being open to kind of let the air move across the car it is completely stagnant like no breeze so I expect ten perhaps even fifteen degrees warmer inside the car with that window in well and tomorrow you and I are doing cut practice at New Hampshire. Even I know our focus is going to be on the the cut line and who's around it and who can make up some ground this weekend so check this out and the interesting thing. I think there's some drivers in here that are.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Highlight. The what were the conditions that had to occur in order to guarantee the stable climate? We're enjoying. Living in high state cycle. What characterizes and ice age cycles, extreme climate instability, with global mean temperature jumps up and down by about fifteen degrees, centigrade overtime, skills, if you centuries. And explains why during the last ice age humans were really able to develop a large population. Or I get, you know, civilization cities towns and trade going it took the watch of climate stability and in an ice age cycle. You have the tilt of the rotation access getting close to twenty four degrees, which warms up the planet, typically get a very quick warming. And that warming goes up to a peak, and then you get a quick drop into high sage that lasts about ninety thousand years. What stop that from happening on this particular cycle only wasn't asteroid hitting north western Greenland, which led to a twelve hundred year period of about a ten degree drop in temperature. But afterwards, we have the temperature going up and then leveling off. And so we're. About three degrees centigrade less than what we were typical for the peak in the high sage cycle temperature and for the last ninety five hundred years with the exception of past seventy years. The climate has not changed. Global mean temperatures not changed by more than plus and minus point six five degrees. Centigrade extreme stability at the optimal temperature. It's the only time in east reviewers that that has happened. And it's the ideal temperature the ideal stability for global human civilization. Worrying scientists is that in the last seventy years who seen is over the ninety five hundred year period, the global mean temperature lowly declined by about point eight degrees. But the last seventy years, it's increased by point eight degrees. So that very gradual decline that took place. The past ninety five hundred years has been raised by human activity in the last seventy years. And that's why you here's climatologist saying we need to go back to where we have that stable climate because right now. Global mean temperature is rising rapidly. And that's actually what I wrote about in chapter fifteen of improbable planet, and I sense of taken that one chapter, and I've just completed a fully.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Fifteen degrees and mostly cloudy. I'm rob Dawson with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC on the first day of black history month, New Jersey, Senator Corey Booker is announcing his run for president in twenty twenty the former mayor of Newark released video of him walking through the city neighborhood. I still live there today. Only Senator goes home to a low income inner city, I community took a chance on Booker is forty nine vegan and has never married. He was a former football player at Stanford on his website. He says he's already heading on the campaign trail. He said it to Cedar Rapids, Iowa four forum. Next Friday, a man is under arrest charging, a violent home invasion robbery on the Upper West side. Police say the suspect armed with a knife shoved his way into an apartment on west seventy eighth street and western avenue Thursday afternoon and tied up a man and two women neighbor. Dave Chadwick was. Was there when police arrived older woman screaming, and she's just like how how the suspect who was on parole for burglary escaped with an undisclosed amount of bunny police tracked him to riverside park and arrested him now they're trying to figure out whether this family was targeted. And if so why I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news, breaking news in Mexico. A big earthquake hit in the southern part of the country near the border with Guatemala early estimates in the US Geological Survey say it was a six point six magnitude quake, and it was hit this morning. The shaking was powerful enough to be felt in Mexico City, hundreds of miles away. Markets are mixed right now, the Dow up ninety eight points, the NASDAQ down a fraction the SNP up for islanders host the lightning at seven Knicks host the Celtics at seven thirty. And now your forecast during the Ramsey Mazda weather center today, mostly cloudy, flurries are possible. Over the next few hours high Twenty-one tonight, partly cloudy, low sixteen. Tomorrow mix of sun and clouds, high thirty six Sunday mix of sun and clouds high forty five Monday, Partly sunny, high fifty one from the Ramsey Mazda weather center, it's currently fifteen degrees. Here's Joe Nolan was Seventy-seven, WABC,.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Station. We've got fifteen degrees at five o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. The announcement this afternoon that a federal monitor is being appointed to oversee the New York City housing authority settlement reached between the federal government. Prosecutors and the city moves on from the lawsuit that threatened federal takeover of the housing agency. Mayor de Blasio says the city will kick in over two billion dollars for funding this next decade per year. Adding that retaining control of nights, you will benefit citizens who we often here's from concerning public housing. And that's the way it should be demanding of their local leaders count, ability and results, HUD secretary. Dr Ben Carson stood alongside the mayor touting the compromise. This has nothing to do with Democrats or Republicans. It has everything to do with James flippin for seven ten w o r. President Trump today met with the vice premier of China's both sides continue to search for a trade deal. Trump in the Oval Office just a short time ago, two largest countries doing a trade deal that will be anything that will match that. We'll see what happens when did very well. We've had a very very strong relationship has by relationship is with president. She and the president today talking about a second summit next month with North Korea's Kim Jong President Trump says there is an agreement with North Korea on the time and place of his next summit with Kim Jong. But you wouldn't tell reporters in the Oval Office any details. And I think they really wanna do something. We'll see the White House is preparing for the president to meet with North Korean leader. At the end of February. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House in New York City. We started out this morning in the low single digits, and we made it all the way to the mid teen. So very cold today. Walk ten bucks, I wouldn't advise it just kind of thought I would walk and then I got halfway here. And I said that was dumb and firefighters battling the cold Newark airport this morning as they fought a blaze that engulfed nearly twenty car around seventeen cars were torched or damaged shortly before seven in the morning on the top level of the parking garage at terminal C at worried this traveler flight was cancelled last night. We finally got on a flight this morning and could be our car. Meantime, the owner of the car where the initial fire started arrested after police ran a background check and determined. He had outstanding traffic warrants and a suspended license. News, four New York reporting. He told authorities. He had worked on his car's alternator just a few weeks ago. I'm Jennifer Sony for seven ten. W R and rapper Cardi B's assault cases adjourned until April after court appearance today in queens, she's accused of assaulting two bartenders in a queens strip club..

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Gas lines freezing. And they said, please, turn down your thermostats. So that it can ease the burden on utility systems. So that we don't have complete power outages. So there was a there were some good news. I mean on the on the opposite side of the the worst news. I should say is about a dozen people have died in different cases of exposure or accidents as a result of this. Winter storm one of the positive stories that I saw out of Chicago. There was a homeless camp that had to be cleared out before the cold hit and they were put into a different hotels. One person picked up the tab for seventy people who went to those those hotels after they were cleared out of a homeless camp. Wow. One person paid for everybody's staying the hotel should waive the fee first of all. Well, that's possible. I mean, they make at least give them a smoking discount. But now we're getting into this this weird section of the thaw where this morning, it's negative eight in Chicago by midnight tonight. It'll be about fifteen degrees above zero. So all it's gonna do today is get warmer as the. Day goes on even after the sun goes down. It's going to continue to get warmer and then by Sunday, they're talking about temperatures in the forties, which is downright balmy considering where they were twenty four hours ago. This is a this is a very strange phenomenon. And I I feel bad also for us because of the conditions that we're going to have to endure for the next couple of days. I mean, you thought you thought eight below with the minus twenty five degree wind chill was bad. I feel like the roads here might be wet. I feel like it's our way of giving back to the areas of the country that are stuck inside. We're dealing with something at least. You know, it was just downright beautiful a few days ago when this cold was bracing seventy five percent of the continental US. So I felt guilty about it. I felt guilty when I was out for a run, and it was seventy five degrees. So now, I'm feeling a little bit better. I mean that that guilt is is waged a bit a just a tiny bit. Perhaps we salt Margaritas here not sidewalks. Oh, that's also. Great monica. That's great line. Yeah. Let's go in on. Am I on? You are hot take Monica don't blow it early. We need to the whole show. All right. Hey, speaking of great opportunities tomorrow, we are going to be live for our latest gas news, and Bruce at Braxton brewery and public house over in Westwood great opportunity..

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"To Alaska Glennon, Minnesota that I have a question of whether question series one. Go ahead Glenn. Yes clinton. We have a serious indicator of cold up here at C Ferber falls. Minnesota air temp thirty eight below wind chill expected tonight, minus seventy two oh, my closed. The Arctic snowmobile plant. Wow. Are you having snow with this? No, no. Although I did hear some some college kids over in Grand Forks, North Dakota were throwing water out the window, and it was turning to snow before it hit the ground. Unbelievable. Yeah. I mean, the the cold I was checking around a little bit earlier today. And it looks it looks like North Dakota had the coldest temperatures. That's why you moved to South Dakota. Yeah. Beautiful South Dakota. Yeah. Thirty crazy. Oh, okay. Honest question. Yes. I don't know why this is like this. And I think it's humidity Dono. Okay. You know when you're in in New York City, and it's twenty degrees. You are not going outside. Without bundling up. Right. Okay. Now, let's say there's not there's not a wind, and it's twenty degrees in the east. It's freezing cold in. You're just not going anywhere. In idaho. Where I have a ranch I it can be fifteen degrees. No wind fifteen degrees and sunny, and I can walk out. T shirt, and I could go out and work or something. And I'll take off I'll take off my jacket. I'll take off my shirt because it is hot until you move into the shade the minute there's a wind or you move into the shade. You're like, it's fifteen degrees out. It's crazy. Why? Because it's not like that in other places. Is it the humidity? I I would assume so because the same thing with dry heat, right? It's not as bad as the when you have the humidity. You can go to guess when we went to Phoenix one time and did a show there, and it was a hundred and seven degrees outside or whatever it was during the summer, and you walk out and it was hot. But.

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"Mona Lisa Effect" Not True for Mona Lisa

60-Second Science

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"Mona Lisa Effect" Not True for Mona Lisa

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. Davinci's most famous painting also has an optical illusion named for it. The Mona Lisa affect. It's the feeling that the subject of a painting is following you with her gaze to continuously fuel being looked at despite moving to the left of moving to the right paps, even rotating picture Sebastian law is a psychologist at the university of Bielfeld in Germany, and while he doesn't dispute that the illusion itself exists. He probably also seen it in the Sam army recruitment. Poster he says, there's a problem with the phenomenon's name a construct your son, so many papers on what people have literally started to introduction with. We all know that of these looks at you. And so on the full, and then he would go into our argument, whatever it is. But actually, she disposition picture doesn't look at you. He and his colleague horsemen conducted a scientific investigation of this claim by sitting twenty four volunteers in front of a computer screen, which displayed various magnification of the Mona Lisa. They placed rulers at two. Distances between the subjects and the screen, and then ask the subjects to indicate where on the rulers the Mona Lisa's gays intersected, and then you can compute a line that specically school mathematics here. And then you can figure out the angle what came out was fifteen degrees to right. So the Mona Lisa actually stairs over the viewers, right shoulder. He says not straight out of the canvas the key to creating her namesake allusion. The right up is in the journal. I percents in Las says affects like these can have modern implications too. For example, when building virtual assistance on computers, which might need to speak to and make eye contact with more than one person in a room as for davinci's masterpiece. There's still another illusion. That remains the mysterious ambiguity of the Mona Lisa's smile. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"I've had every road condition. You could imagine throughly fog, whatever, they call it at Zach Ramento to horrible, rain, and snow and blizzards and one hundred fifteen degrees in the valley. I've driven to the moon and back four times doing my job for motor critic guard. Right, right. So literally, I have experienced every single environment. And you're going to say to me wouldn't have been nice to take a nap or read a book or something? Is that what you're about to say more have a drink or what? Really? Yes. In all of those can you can drink and drive when it's if I guess as long as you're not driving full autonomy mode. That's living room and extension of your you blow into the little thing. And it's like you're too drunk to drive. So we have to drive you on. We will not let you drive now. I mean, my guess is that's the future. What you're talking about? Or in the case of Waymo or or ruber for that matter. They won't let you take the wheel regardless. So the idea of self driving cars and extension of your living room while. Wow. So how does this light are how does it integrate into the car at what point manufacturer level? Yes. Of course. So I'm in charge of automotive sales at Valentine. So that means I'm talking to the traditional OEM's. And also these new tech companies that are rumored to have automobile programs around the world, and I've had a really keen insight as to what they see the future. As almost all of them across the board think that high definition lighters requirement to drive a car by itself. Can I ask you about the police because light are isn't that one of the systems that they use to catch guys like me going fast? That's right. You can't argue those light, right? Although that's a different type allied lighter. That's Doppler light. I was gonna say because if is it the same. No, it's not no because it doesn't do a three d visualization environment. Like ours does is like a CAD model of the environment. If you will. So how advanced is this is this like I remember I was on the year two thousand on the view with Barbara Walters. And I showed her the two thousand model Toyota Prius,.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And now the WGN forecast, here's meteorologist Tom skilling and Kim we've had a sixteenth consecutive day of above normal temperatures going in Chicago, we've at a high of forty seven it'll here fifteen degrees above normal. It gets better tomorrow. But we've got a big Wendy wet storm coming into the area the highest tomorrow may actually occur after dark tomorrow night. But should be moving up into the mid fifties. Around the area may the warmest day of the month. Then the colder air locks in on Friday and some rain showers in the morning could even makes up with some wet snow after that tonight. Clouds over strengthening winds, scattered showers develop mild, low overnight to down to around thirty seven during the day. Tomorrow, rainy, periods, windy and unseasonably mild. High temperatures. Fifty-seven that may occur after dark tomorrow evening tomorrow night. Showery at times and Wendy low thirty seven and Friday, mostly cloudy, blustery turning colder. Rain showers could with some wet snow late in the day high. Forty seven falling to thirty four by nightfall Saturday begs clouds, but cloudy, again could be a period of flurries and snow showers Saturday night daytime high Saturday at thirty five and Sunday, maybe some early flurries than partly cloudy. It'll be chilly. High temperature around thirty six from the WGN weather center. I'm Tom skilling Kim. Thanks, Tom right now, we have O'Hare forty six midway forty-seven when Neka forty two the winds blowing from the east at seven miles.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Your ability to be able to build new muscle after workout peak. So if you're going to do a hard exercise session again, it's not necessary to get an ice body. It's not necessary to live a long time. But I understand that. Sometimes it feels good sometimes you're competing and events. Sometimes maybe want a little bit of extra muscle because you like the way you look at that extra muscle. You'll like boy, your jeans fit you like the way you fit in a t shirt, etc. There's a lot of reasons that it's okay to build a little bit of extra muscle or to do that hard exercise session. But if you do it between about four and seven pm is the ideal time to do that hard exercise session with the cool thing being that you're getting that hard thing in before dinner, so dinner for you, the very social event, if you like me have big family dinners where you have in red wine dark chocolate and sour dough bread and sweet potato fries, and a lot more of kind of the rich carbohydrate, dense foods, your body's very primes to be able to deal with that blood glucose, so I know kind of a little bit of a rabbit hole. When we're talking about a cold for sleep. But as far as the timing of the exercise, that's the scenario I used for myself and for most of the clients that I work with. We do the easy thing in the morning to ease ourselves into the day. And then as long as the schedule permits the harder thing kind of towards the end of the day one of their thing for sleep. That's quite fascinating. I'd be remiss not to throw some of these bio hacks than there would be I have a chilly pad on my bed is anybody ever used a chilly pad it circulates cold water underneath your sheet while you sleep, and you can actually set it for whatever temperature that you would like, and you and your partner can actually set your own sleep temperature. So I set it at fifty five degrees. Meaning that the ambient air around me is about sixty four to sixty six while I'm sleeping. But then I've got this fifty five degree cold water going into wreath my body while I sleep and that vastly enhances my deep sleep percentage as well. It all comes down. I do at translation fifteen degrees celsius for the rest of the world. This is like when I speak in Japan. I say something that I have to stop. So that they can translate this into Japanese celsius Fahrenheit, very similar anyways. Though, the idea behind sleep hygiene, though. You have cold and you're already a little bit more informed about cold. And then a few other necessary components of sleep hygiene that of course, you know, how many are traveling right and having to deal with the three AM sunrise, the jet lag and the light and the crazy fluctuations in temperature and everything else that can affect your sleep while maintaining a cool temperature is one thing another is absence of artificial light absence of blue light at night..

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Cory Booker Dips a Toe Into New Hampshire as 2020 Decision Nears

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Cory Booker Dips a Toe Into New Hampshire as 2020 Decision Nears

"He was there in late October to campaign on behalf of Democrats running in the midterms and during that visit said publicly that he is considering a presidential run. This weekend's trip is to celebrate the Democrats keeping both congressional seats and winning state races as well. Tonya, j powers, Fox News. And this song may be getting the cold shoulder. These days, I really can't. Cold outside. The daughter of Dean Martin says she'll keep singing it just like her father did some people feel that the song is one of sexual harassment. But Dean Martin says the song is something. She's proud of. And that it's become a evergreen that people play every holiday season. So she's happy to keep the tradition going. It was one of the toughest weeks. For Wall Street says March benchmark indexes fell more than four percent for the week. The Dow lost five hundred fifty eight points. The NASDAQ slid two hundred nineteen in the S and P five hundred lost sixty two investors are concerned about the impact of tariffs on the us economy. I'm Carmen Roberts. And this is Fox News. Accuweather forecast. Some patchy clouds through the overnight hours very cold with a low of fifteen degrees Saturday, partly sunny, high thirty one partly cloudy for Saturday night, the low right around twenty degrees, Sunday, mostly sunny dot quite as harsh high thirty seven with Iraqi weather forecast, I'm meteorologist Danielle Niddle on NewsRadio eight hundred one or three one WG y

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Everything You Need to Know About Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

Morning Edition

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Everything You Need to Know About Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

"Get cheaper closer to Christmas. She says, but you've got to be careful if you wanna get the trendiest stuff because the trendy toys do sell out, especially on cyber Monday closing homegoods are trickier. They're not such a great deal on black Friday. And then TV's are usually a major point that gets people shopping this weekend. But Palmer says sometimes you have to be really careful because the stores will try to sell you a stripped down version of that TV's made specially for the black Friday offer. So you gotta know that you're getting exactly what you want. When you're shopping today is black Friday shopping like every other kind of shopping meaning that increasing numbers of people. Do it without ever leaving the house, right? The new things giving pastime of couch. Shopping on your smartphone. I saw a few people doing that yesterday. Adobe? They check online spending. They're sending that saying that this year one out of six dollars will be spent will online it is the fastest growing category. People are still shopping in stores, but it's the fastest growing category. I'll give you an example appliances this year expected to be a big seller smaller ones stand mixers vacuums. But even bigger Suffolk washers and fridges. And one of the reasons is because people are feeling very confident to shop for big stuff on the internet now. So that's kind of an interesting possibility for the second chapter polity shopping, which is holiday return. Okay. All right Alina. Thanks for the update. Really? Appreciate it. Thank you NPR's to sell you. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. It's five nineteen and very chilly. Fifteen degrees in New York City. Stay tuned coming up making the streets safer for pedestrians has been a priority

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American missionary killed by tribe on remote Indian island

WGN Nightside

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

American missionary killed by tribe on remote Indian island

"The oldest US military survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor has died in power in San Diego County ABC's Chuck Silverton says racia- vez was on the minesweeper US Condor on December. Seventh nineteen forty one. Crews believed to have been the first to make contact with the enemy when they spotted a Japanese periscope. An enemy mini-submarine destroyed by the worship ward last May President Trump honor job is in DC during Memorial Day services Chavez was one oh six. He's expected to be buried in Miramar national cemetery arraign related beach advisory in LA county is in effect through Sunday. Health officials say people should be careful in the ocean. Because bacteria in other gunk has probably gotten into the water through storm drains, a fatal six car crash in Redondo beach started but someone running around light. A car ran a red at an intersection along PCH and rented a cars that were traveling on the crossroad in both directions yesterday. Eight people were taken to the hospital. The one fatality was the driver who caused the crash. Crowds in New York City braved fifteen degree weather to watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. This year's performers included Diana Ross, Martina McBride pentatonic and John legend Muppets were there as well. Macy's lend a virus says the balloon handlers were prepared if wind gusts got to be too much only once in the history that the balloons not fly because of weather that was nineteen seventy-one Twitter wasn't cool with what looked like lip synching by Rita ORA and other performers. The parade has come out to say, hey, there were some technical issues with some of the acts sixteen helium filled balloons, including SpongeBob Charlie Brown and the Grinch floated above the parade. Route

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Gusts surpassed thirty four none of this year's balloons will be allowed into the air that that's city regulations. According to the Thanksgiving Day parade spokesperson, it'd be the first time they've grounded the balloon since nineteen seventy one. You may recall in nineteen Ninety-seven. A woman was left in a coma. When one of those powerful gusts caused the cat in the hat balloon to hip one of the street lights, which fell hit her on the head. Organizers have not yet made the call about whether to ground the balloons this year, they say it's too early at this point to make any determinations but in the morning. Just prior to the start of the event, I guess there on Thursday Macy's in the New York. Police department will make that final determination based on the current weather data available from the parade route in number of additional sources. That's how they'll make the call overall Thursdays. Low temperature is expected to be twenty one. Wind chill. Ten to fifteen degrees is what it'll feel like if they can get the balloons in the air. There are some new balloons slated for this year, including the elf on the shelf. The rise of the teenage mutant ninja turtles the splashing safari adventure by Kalahari resorts in conventions and the fantasy chocolate factory by kinder-. Course, they got some of the oldies. But goodies, the Pillsbury dough boy the Grinch Ronald McDonald. So yeah, that's what the kids are willing to stand up there in freeze waiting for the big balloons. So we'll have to kinda watch things and it's it's early Tuesday. So we're talking right about what less than forty eight hours away. And we'll be getting there. They'll be making that call. I guess they've got to make the call before they try to get out there and start filling those balloons they spent pretty much the entire night Wednesday night inflating, those giant helium balloons. It's quite the tedious process to get everything staged for that. So there's some of our weather around the country is were underway on a Tuesday morning. Black Friday specials underway already around the country. And of course, our friends at motor code are going to be celebrating this thanksgiving. We've got some black Friday specials to talk about with Mr..

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Always is. And what's more, and it would be right in saying there might be frosh tomorrow night. I am bringing that part. I. You you. Let me handle that one. Nice. There's a frost warning. Yeah. There is. But think what's going on here? I mean, you know, we're maybe attacking some mold and allergens and so forth, spiders, what about the spike Miskitos because I thought they were gone, and then we have that warm night. And they all just return. I thought you guys left for the year. Yeah. It's a good point. Kevin. I mean, we're getting killed need that though, do we or is it aiming below Ford. They'll beat freezing temperatures out in the suburbs. Tonight. Shut helping me because down to twenty-seven inland. So oh won t seven where Aurora right now. Area in Aurora. Always go fifteen degrees colder than everything else. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Range the WGN limo to take you out there with a building thermometer. So you can welcome. You can witness it yourself. That's how I roll. Thank you. Okay. All right. I'm I'm not but below that, I suppose all right. I just have to wrap my brain around this because I know this is the time of year with this does happen. And it has been a lovely lovely lovely summer has like all summers downtown it started later than it did everywhere else. Yes. But still very lovely. It's been very warm. You don't when you figure we had one hundred and one eighty degree days. Seventy Sixers normal every month of every one of the last six months has been above normal. So we've done remarkably. Well, and I you know, I wouldn't give up on some lovely mild days yet before the season's over and before significant snows fly. So I know we're not done with this. This yet the trees are again, unlike some of our other neighbors here around us other states where you get a couple of weeks of the the the beautiful turning of the trees we go from green to yellow to red to off the train about twelve hours. Here. Feels like that doesn't. Still.

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Famed Chinese artist posts video of authorities destroying his studio

NPR News Now

04:47 min | 3 years ago

Famed Chinese artist posts video of authorities destroying his studio

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk the government in Venezuela says that President, Nicolas Maduro has survived. An assassination attempt carried out by drones, armed with explosives reporter. John Otis has more my doodle was addressing national guard troops at an outdoor event in Caracas when the attack occurred. In short video of Madonna's speech in explosion can be heard. Then hundreds of troops can be seen running for cover a government spokesman called it. An assassination attempt carried out by armed drones and that seven soldiers were injured my doodo who was unharmed blamed the attack on far-right factions in Venezuela as well as on the us and Colombian governments. But amid hyper inflation and food shortages, whether to socialist government is deeply unpopular and his put down several recent co attempts by the Venezuelan military for NPR news. I'm John Otis, Europe continues to experience scorching temperatures in decades. Old records are falling from Brussels. Teri Schultz reports the heat wave is threatening life and land, Europe's record high temperature of one hundred eighteen point. Four degrees Fahrenheit was reached in Greece in nineteen seventy seven so far this summer Portugal has seen one hundred and fifteen degrees and may not have peak. Thiet tourists are being warned to stay out of the sun and emergency services are on alert. Dutch authorities have had to close some parts of highways where the asphalt has melted Sweden has experienced a record. Hot July is highest mountain which is topped by glacier dropped thirteen feet last month, and may soon become just the second tallest peak in Finland, where August temperatures average in the mid sixties. People are sweltering in eighty six degrees, most homes don't have air-conditioning. So a grocery store there has made room for one hundred customers to stay the night for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, tens of thousands of Israelis rallied until Aviv to protest. The new Israeli law they say, discriminates against religious minorities. The protest was led by the Druze Arab minority is NPR's. Daniel estrin reports. Protesters from the Druze community chanted equality, equality in Tel Aviv's main square. There were just a few tens of thousands of jerus- era of citizens in Israel. They profess loyalty to Israel and are drafted to the army. The community's spiritual leader said at the rally, we see ourselves as part of the country. Our country doesn't see us as equals Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is defending the new law that prioritises investments in Jewish communities and towns. He says, minority rights are honored. He's offered new laws to give benefits to drew citizens. But Drew's representatives say they want the controversial law changed to enshrine equality for the country's minorities, including Muslims and Christians, which are about a fifth of Israel's population. Daniel estrin NPR news Tel Aviv. This is NPR. Chinese authorities are demolishing the studio of China's most famous dissident artists. I way way as NPR Shannon von San reports. The Beijing studio has been his primary workspace in China, Chinese authorities, often target artists neighborhoods in Beijing for demolition because they are hubs for political dissent. And because the land is valuable. I has criticized the Chinese government on a range of issues from human rights to corruption and twenty eleven. He was detained for tax evasion charges. He says, were politically motivated after that the Chinese government took away his passport, preventing him from travel outside the country. When thirties returns his passport in two thousand fifteen, I moved to Germany. And since then he has shifted the focus of his art to refugees, Shannon, Vincent NPR news, Asia's top diplomats, press North Korea on Saturday to follow through on a pledge to completely dismantle its nuclear arsenal. Amid concerns that it's proceeding with missile building and. Other programs, but North Korea's, foreign minister told the Asian security forum in Singapore that the US isn't helping by maintaining sanctions against the north. First lady Melania Trump stepped away from her husband's criticism of NBA star, LeBron James to compliment as work on behalf of children and even offered to visit his school for at risk children. MRs Trump spokeswoman said in a statement, Saturday, that quote, LeBron James is working to do good things on behalf of our next generation statements tone was in stark contrast to a tweet by President Trump sent late Friday night. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from Comcast business from their fast, reliable internet

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Temperature records that stood for four decades are falling in Europe

NPR News Now

04:47 min | 3 years ago

Temperature records that stood for four decades are falling in Europe

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk the government in Venezuela says that President, Nicolas Maduro has survived. An assassination attempt carried out by drones, armed with explosives reporter. John Otis has more my doodle was addressing national guard troops at an outdoor event in Caracas when the attack occurred. In short video of Madonna's speech in explosion can be heard. Then hundreds of troops can be seen running for cover a government spokesman called it. An assassination attempt carried out by armed drones and that seven soldiers were injured my doodo who was unharmed blamed the attack on far-right factions in Venezuela as well as on the us and Colombian governments. But amid hyper inflation and food shortages, whether to socialist government is deeply unpopular and his put down several recent co attempts by the Venezuelan military for NPR news. I'm John Otis, Europe continues to experience scorching temperatures in decades. Old records are falling from Brussels. Teri Schultz reports the heat wave is threatening life and land, Europe's record high temperature of one hundred eighteen point. Four degrees Fahrenheit was reached in Greece in nineteen seventy seven so far this summer Portugal has seen one hundred and fifteen degrees and may not have peak. Thiet tourists are being warned to stay out of the sun and emergency services are on alert. Dutch authorities have had to close some parts of highways where the asphalt has melted Sweden has experienced a record. Hot July is highest mountain which is topped by glacier dropped thirteen feet last month, and may soon become just the second tallest peak in Finland, where August temperatures average in the mid sixties. People are sweltering in eighty six degrees, most homes don't have air-conditioning. So a grocery store there has made room for one hundred customers to stay the night for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, tens of thousands of Israelis rallied until Aviv to protest. The new Israeli law they say, discriminates against religious minorities. The protest was led by the Druze Arab minority is NPR's. Daniel estrin reports. Protesters from the Druze community chanted equality, equality in Tel Aviv's main square. There were just a few tens of thousands of jerus- era of citizens in Israel. They profess loyalty to Israel and are drafted to the army. The community's spiritual leader said at the rally, we see ourselves as part of the country. Our country doesn't see us as equals Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is defending the new law that prioritises investments in Jewish communities and towns. He says, minority rights are honored. He's offered new laws to give benefits to drew citizens. But Drew's representatives say they want the controversial law changed to enshrine equality for the country's minorities, including Muslims and Christians, which are about a fifth of Israel's population. Daniel estrin NPR news Tel Aviv. This is NPR. Chinese authorities are demolishing the studio of China's most famous dissident artists. I way way as NPR Shannon von San reports. The Beijing studio has been his primary workspace in China, Chinese authorities, often target artists neighborhoods in Beijing for demolition because they are hubs for political dissent. And because the land is valuable. I has criticized the Chinese government on a range of issues from human rights to corruption and twenty eleven. He was detained for tax evasion charges. He says, were politically motivated after that the Chinese government took away his passport, preventing him from travel outside the country. When thirties returns his passport in two thousand fifteen, I moved to Germany. And since then he has shifted the focus of his art to refugees, Shannon, Vincent NPR news, Asia's top diplomats, press North Korea on Saturday to follow through on a pledge to completely dismantle its nuclear arsenal. Amid concerns that it's proceeding with missile building and. Other programs, but North Korea's, foreign minister told the Asian security forum in Singapore that the US isn't helping by maintaining sanctions against the north. First lady Melania Trump stepped away from her husband's criticism of NBA star, LeBron James to compliment as work on behalf of children and even offered to visit his school for at risk children. MRs Trump spokeswoman said in a statement, Saturday, that quote, LeBron James is working to do good things on behalf of our next generation statements tone was in stark contrast to a tweet by President Trump sent late Friday night. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from Comcast business from their fast, reliable internet

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Explosions at Venezuelan president's speech were attempted attack, government says

NPR News Now

04:47 min | 3 years ago

Explosions at Venezuelan president's speech were attempted attack, government says

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk the government in Venezuela says that President, Nicolas Maduro has survived. An assassination attempt carried out by drones, armed with explosives reporter. John Otis has more my doodle was addressing national guard troops at an outdoor event in Caracas when the attack occurred. In short video of Madonna's speech in explosion can be heard. Then hundreds of troops can be seen running for cover a government spokesman called it. An assassination attempt carried out by armed drones and that seven soldiers were injured my doodo who was unharmed blamed the attack on far-right factions in Venezuela as well as on the us and Colombian governments. But amid hyper inflation and food shortages, whether to socialist government is deeply unpopular and his put down several recent co attempts by the Venezuelan military for NPR news. I'm John Otis, Europe continues to experience scorching temperatures in decades. Old records are falling from Brussels. Teri Schultz reports the heat wave is threatening life and land, Europe's record high temperature of one hundred eighteen point. Four degrees Fahrenheit was reached in Greece in nineteen seventy seven so far this summer Portugal has seen one hundred and fifteen degrees and may not have peak. Thiet tourists are being warned to stay out of the sun and emergency services are on alert. Dutch authorities have had to close some parts of highways where the asphalt has melted Sweden has experienced a record. Hot July is highest mountain which is topped by glacier dropped thirteen feet last month, and may soon become just the second tallest peak in Finland, where August temperatures average in the mid sixties. People are sweltering in eighty six degrees, most homes don't have air-conditioning. So a grocery store there has made room for one hundred customers to stay the night for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels, tens of thousands of Israelis rallied until Aviv to protest. The new Israeli law they say, discriminates against religious minorities. The protest was led by the Druze Arab minority is NPR's. Daniel estrin reports. Protesters from the Druze community chanted equality, equality in Tel Aviv's main square. There were just a few tens of thousands of jerus- era of citizens in Israel. They profess loyalty to Israel and are drafted to the army. The community's spiritual leader said at the rally, we see ourselves as part of the country. Our country doesn't see us as equals Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is defending the new law that prioritises investments in Jewish communities and towns. He says, minority rights are honored. He's offered new laws to give benefits to drew citizens. But Drew's representatives say they want the controversial law changed to enshrine equality for the country's minorities, including Muslims and Christians, which are about a fifth of Israel's population. Daniel estrin NPR news Tel Aviv. This is NPR. Chinese authorities are demolishing the studio of China's most famous dissident artists. I way way as NPR Shannon von San reports. The Beijing studio has been his primary workspace in China, Chinese authorities, often target artists neighborhoods in Beijing for demolition because they are hubs for political dissent. And because the land is valuable. I has criticized the Chinese government on a range of issues from human rights to corruption and twenty eleven. He was detained for tax evasion charges. He says, were politically motivated after that the Chinese government took away his passport, preventing him from travel outside the country. When thirties returns his passport in two thousand fifteen, I moved to Germany. And since then he has shifted the focus of his art to refugees, Shannon, Vincent NPR news, Asia's top diplomats, press North Korea on Saturday to follow through on a pledge to completely dismantle its nuclear arsenal. Amid concerns that it's proceeding with missile building and. Other programs, but North Korea's, foreign minister told the Asian security forum in Singapore that the US isn't helping by maintaining sanctions against the north. First lady Melania Trump stepped away from her husband's criticism of NBA star, LeBron James to compliment as work on behalf of children and even offered to visit his school for at risk children. MRs Trump spokeswoman said in a statement, Saturday, that quote, LeBron James is working to do good things on behalf of our next generation statements tone was in stark contrast to a tweet by President Trump sent late Friday night. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from Comcast business from their fast, reliable internet

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Following a bit of a break from the heat is always mentioning the parts of the central states over the weekend looks like the hot steamy air is going to be back for much of the week ahead that'll big dome of high pressure over the central states through the day today that'll shift eastward into the deep south by tuesday allowing southerly winds to return and start kicking the heat back into high gear as that high ships the door opens up for another round of severe weather though there were robbed from oklahoma city down into the dallas area later monday afternoon once again the core of the heat tuesday we'll focus from the western high plains through the front range of the rockies before shifting back into the central and southern plains wednesday thursday and friday and that's where the temps are going to be again good fifteen degrees above normal denver's one of the many cities that may set new record high temperatures this week forecast high ninety five for tuesday that would break the old record of ninety four degrees that was set over seventy years ago back in nineteen fortysix temperatures expected to approach the century mark each afternoon from tuesday to friday in amarillo and lubbock texas although temperature should be near the ninety mark in bismarck north dakota in rapid city south dakota early this week cooler air should make its way by mid week a quick comeback of cooler air there but the heat across the north central states kind of short lived as we'll see storm track and across southern canada that will bring some cooler less humid air voted for the middle portions of this week the middle and latter portions that'll be accompanied with a couple rounds of strong may be severe thunderstorms one round or sub of storms may threaten areas from eastern montana all the way over to northern minnesota gusty winds heavy downpours tuesday night before another round of storms erupts across the central plains on wednesday then we'll be talking yet another round should target the north central states to wrap up the week so sounds like these are going to be kinda busy in that part of the country although the north central states are not gonna be taking part in this multi heatwave the south central states will not receive any relief from the.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on KELO

"Mostly clear skies this evening we'll continue tonight temperatures will fall to fifteen degrees with the lights out west wind up 5 to 10 miles per hour will melt snow and ice tomorrow mostly sunny skies and a high temperature of forty two light southwest winds of five to ten partly cloudy and forty seven on friday quite a couple of them live doppler hd stormcenter i'm meteorologist scott ones how do we know of breaking news before it happens we used a wiretap this didn't happen it has made off kelo newstalk 1320 1079 prayer but like a marquee like a dog fight afterward you like the dog be thrown in article this morning footed off a michael savage dot com kohl posted on those max i don't know where it is it it's up there somewhere and um you know getting ready packing always packing i hate packing i never analyzed how many items go into a packing even for short trip a thousand for me it's got to be a thousand different items and i forget like wait a minute i had a call i find have had sneakers in the house ongoing took no you took them last time down to the last minute i hate packing so here we are now yesterday the president his doctor gave a press conference and said as mental health is great and he's in good shape so one of the stupidest men in the history of medicine sanjay gupta who has the brain of a gutsy has the nerve to ask trump's doctor about possible problems with trump's heart because he's taking cholesterol medication gupta as i say is a copy of the mind the as a guppies mind i've never seen anything as dumb as this you know one medicine itself becomes this politicized you realize that we living in stalinist times when even genetics have been cross pollinated with propaganda in order to destroy the country and keep it in the hands of a few crazy maniacs that's what the left wing has become right now listen the clip number three now on the savage nation he is taking cholesterollowering medication the as evidence heart disease and borderline obese characterize it as the next and health i.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Pulse

"Pay in like you know would unload tongo ledeen has asthma and she had a hard time breathing to era if it's like ninety five outside it will feel like maybe anywhere from a 100 degrees maybe one hundred two seat where he'd concentrates in the city i sat down with the city planning professor at the university of pennsylvania my name is ken stove can you satellite data from a july day in 2016 when temperatures were in the nineties to map the temperatures around the city he found heat pockets we can see that there are certain areas cern hotspots that are hotter than others he's zoom's in on some black rvd warehouses in north philly black absorbs seed and concern a bulding into a kind of solar oven on the map the warehouses glow bright red indicating surfaced temperatures around one hundred fifteen degrees ditto with a vast parking lots of surround the sports stadiums in south philly temperatures in the low 100s spread out across the dense downtown like an orange bruise on the map conversely if you look in my neighborhood in west philly around uh the woman cemetery and clark park you can see it's much cooler west philly is less stance and has a lot of trees living vegetation of like a air conditioning system it brings water up out of the ground than than at evaporates it into the tree canopy and so that has riven natural cooling affect that's mark in half a scientist with nasa he says if you use zoom out across the region the whole city close hotter on the map than the suburbs and surrounding rural areas this is called the he'd island the fact newest first perceived in london during the industrial revolution when um.

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"fifteen degrees" Discussed on talkRADIO

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen degrees" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Way of the at the news headlines and the weather 930 his rachel smoke radio the next healthiest happy sheet and alas amid face at the weekend snow will tend to ice causing further travel this option this morning is going to be very cold two nights with temperatures potentially down to minus fifteen degrees celsius the west hit area was said he bridge in wales yesterday whistle fatty tissue centimeters that's 12 and a half inches bethune is a teacher in the village of those told the full set breakfast he's affectively cuts off yet but they help door if something to rejoice about but at odds i'll try and go on on that theme no prospect all the store then it beginning to turn into something of a logistical headache more than eleven thousand breakdowns being predicted on the roads rail and asked passengers being told to prepare for further delays an engineer zipping working to get electricity supplies back home in 2004 of homes in of unease the first stage of the public inquiry into the grunfeld salehfahd begins later this morning it weinstein hearing evidence until the new year former ahead of the civil service law cuts lake house quit his latest job running one of the uk's biggest hospital trough in a protest site of funding he claims the government's approach to challenges faces facing the health service is unrealistic and his show biz ian lee house dismiss claims of bullying in the i'm celebs jungle saying it was simply a clash of cultures the told radio presenter finished a respectable thad last night with tough crowned queen of the jungle in his told a full set breakfast he certainly has no regrets on who'll was good you know there was really bad bits and there was some tense rich but overrule yes it was it was great and it was it was rewarding of learn a lot about myself and say to the weather staying very cold with rain sleet till snow across northwest scotland northern island central england london and the southeast largely fine ounce way with a high of just seven decree thank you very much at a rachel goes back intimidates time with whether news.

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