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Moon may hold frozen water in more places than suspected

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Moon may hold frozen water in more places than suspected

"There may be more water sources on the moon than first thought scientists say that the moon looks and fissures may hold frozen water in more places in larger quantities than previously suspected more than fifteen thousand square miles of lunar terrain have the capability to trap water in the form of ice that's according to a team led by the university of Colorado's Paul Haynes who says that's twenty percent more area than previous estimates scientists believe all this water on the moon came from comets asteroids interplanetary dust the solar wind or even lunar volcanic eruptions I'm showing after

Paul Haynes University Of Colorado
What sets Trump's Mideast peace plan apart from previous proposals?

Ben Shapiro

10:10 min | 1 year ago

What sets Trump's Mideast peace plan apart from previous proposals?

"The trump brings out this peace plan yesterday is this plan is effectively very simple basically get knowledges realities on the ground that's what this from Middle East peace plan is that what you're hearing from the media today is that trump has changed the game in the Middle East that from his abandon prospects for peace when what to wear is about this is the prospects for peace have stopped all wounds the reason they have stock always in the Middle East is because you have one side that would like to white the other side off of the map now a lot of prospects for peace over there in order to understand the Middle East conflict what you have to understand is one very simple truth Israel has accepted every piece offer that has ever been put in front of it and every single piece offer has been rejected by the Palestinians and the Arab world generally back in nineteen seventeen when the ball for declaration was first promulgated that said there would be Jewish national home in Palestine meeting now will be Jordan as well as Israel when that was first put out there the Jews immediately accepted the herbs turned it down and when people talk about this vast territory for the Jews get let let's be real about this there's some fifty eight Arab and Muslim countries on planet earth Arab or Muslim countries on planet earth all the Arab countries are all Muslim country there is one Jewish state I'm plant earth it is tiny Israel is something like fifteen thousand square miles is extraordinarily small Israel is half the size of New Jersey in a region that is extraordinarily large so the idea of a Jewish national home there not only is not any sort of giant cram down on the on the Arab population it is eight eight eight tiny percentage of the total land mass in the area and of course Jews have never stop living there there is a historic Jewish tie to the land of Israel but the reason I'm going back in history is you need to understand why it is the pieces never happen there and then because of the Jews okay so the Jews were originally told by the British Mandate by the British they're going to get Jordan as well as Israel okay then sliced off Jordan then they slice off half of Israel are they sliced away most of today and Samaria they sliced away half of Jerusalem it's like the way the Gaza Strip and then did you accepted that you like okay the U. N. says that Israel can be a state jurors will be an open international city right under the tutelage of the west right will not be in fact owned by the Jews are owned by the Arabs will be under the tutelage of the United Nations whatever is real touch that deal except it right granted an indefensible rum state in the borders in nineteen forty seven Israel accepted and the Arabs rejected has been termed by people living in Israel be out of its borders because they're completely indefensible completely understand how small Israel is you have to understand the borders before nineteen sixty seven included an area of Israel that is nine miles wide okay the distance from our office to the Santa Monica beach and that is the distance and and without traffic okay for without traffic you can travel the with of Israel with a bit of the state of Israel you can travel that without traffic in four in forty seven forty at worst you can travel that in under fifteen minutes and that is the worst in the entire country in that particular area if you've never been is really don't understand the geography you don't actually understand what's going on and understand how closely everything is packed together okay so Israel accepts that and the Arabs rejected and they declare war the Saudis the Jordanians the Egyptians the Syrians they all declare war on this new state the British were very much afraid of taking off the air is because they didn't want to drive the Arabs in the arms of the chair of the Soviet Union they refuse to allow Jews to emigrate to British Mandate Palestine so during the world during World War two as the Holocaust is happening the British mandated preventing Jews from moving in specifically because they don't want to take off the Arabs in the area the Jews largely go along with that Ben Gurion largely goes along with that in the interest of venture we getting state the state is finally granted by the United Nations and once that happens the user like okay fine I guess we'll just accept it okay if I like okay good at least we have a place to go at least now there is a Jewish national home and everything now okay this is when all of Japan's Maria Andrews wasn't international control and the Gaza Strip all of that is delegated to the Arabs who had pre sixty seven borders and say no and they want you in an isolation attack on the state of Israel and Israel fights back in the early stages of that of that war Arabs are urged by the Arab leadership to flee the area specifically because they're supposed to get out of the way of the onrushing Arab armies are gonna come in and crush the Jews and so they they're so hundred thousand Palestinian Arabs for living in the in the British Mandate Palestine in the Jewish area of what will be the the Israeli state of Palestine the the Israeli area Palestine hundred thousand arms fully he then as the war progresses it turns out that a lot of the Arab villages are actually if columns operating on behalf of the Arab armies which is exactly what you would expect because this is an ethnic conflict Hey the the Arabs are using these as bases of attack against the Jews they're cutting off supply lines supply rolled and the and the Israelis put in place some called operation dollar which says we are not going to lock down our tiny army in guarding these villages that are effectively in many cases a fifth column instead we're going to tell people that they need to leave these villages and move over to the Arab side okay now remember when the state of Israel was declared the state of Israel declaration of independence urges the Arab citizens to stay to stay here be part of the part of the work that we are doing be part of the state Ben Gurion didn't understand why the Arabs are fleeing using you can live here what's the problem she's lived as minority in Arab countries for thousands of years why exactly should there not be one Jewish state where Arabs are a minority and the assumption on the part of the Israeli leadership is that as all the Jews flowed into Israel from the other Arab countries and from Europe that that would become minority population more minority population their population okay sell people flee and then the Israeli army in the second wave is fighting these battles in in the middle of war there's always population term well people always leave to get out of the way I'm on rushing battles and the Israeli army can't afford to be locked down pin down transitive van insurgent campaigns in certain villages into the clear the population out okay so after the war ends there now something like for it anywhere from four hundred to seven hundred thousand Palestinian refugees at the same exact time nearly the same number of Jews are expelled from Arab countries around the region of ever talk about this right like the reason that there's so many Moroccan Jews who live in Israel the reason there's so many Iranian Jews living in Israel the reason there's so many Syrian Jews living in Israel is because at the time of the Israeli sounding seven hundred thousand Jews were expelled from the surrounding Arab countries and Israel took all of them in all of them it'll take all of them and with no international help he normally the U. N. helped fund the placement of refugees in new places no help at all Israel takes all of them in the Arab states instead of absorbing these populations into the general population decides that they're going to keep these populations refugees so the first movie is we are not going to actually allow them to return to the state of Israel when I can allow them to move back to division because that would be acknowledging that we lost the war and that they would have to then be Israeli citizens then very quickly within about a year the Arab leadership says you know great if we could infiltrate the state of Israel with a bunch of people who are on our side one of his state of Israel destroyed at that point the Israelis like well guess what we are not letting people in back into the state when they fled their homes were not letting them back in just to stand in favor of the destruction of the state is not never in human history has been the obligation of a of a state that was declared war on by its surrounding population to take in large numbers of members of people who are trying to destroy the state from within that has never been anything okay in in the aftermath of everywhere they're refugees the idea of resettlement of the refugees back in their original homes has never really been a thing either in fact is in the aftermath of World War two there were huge population transfers all over Europe they're in the aftermath of the of the declaration of the division of Pakistan and India there were tens of millions of people who are refugees and they were taken in by their countries and they did is that Indians live in India and Muslims live in Pakistan and the specific area where there is no separation cashmere has been a hot spot ever since but there's never been any call for less sixty years for all of the Indians were expelled from Pakistan and left Pakistan to have their original homes back in Pakistan right is never been negotiation point the Palestinians then are used as a tool by the Arab world to club Israel into submission and their use as an excuse to claim that Israel ought to be is right this is the so called right of return it's a great book on this at recommended yesterday called the war for turn by a couple of the leftist Israelis one was a former labor MK member of Knesset and one of them is journalist hearts okay so I'm just explaining history because it you're not going to stand from fees plan until you understand okay so there's never been anything internationally that says the Jews cannot live in Judean Samaria it's a ridiculous suggestion the notion that it is somehow a violation of international law for the Jews who won a defensive war in nineteen forty to settle in the areas they want is upset it's absurd okay in nineteen sixty four the Arabs still have yes merry on Gaza Egypt is in the Gaza Strip but has not an exit specifically because it does not actually want the Palestinian population absorbed into the Egyptian population density area have not been annexed by Jordan right they've not been technically annexed by Jordan for the exact same reason but Jordan is ruling intraday and Samaria Hey this is a so the notion that Israel was always ruling all of these errors all is just not historically true the Palestine Liberation Organization which is Yasser Arafat's organization now the Palestinian authority which rules the Palestinian areas in the west bank an area act the Palestinian authority effectively is founded in nineteen sixty four now you might notice something on the time line here nineteen sixty four is before nineteen sixty seven in nineteen sixty four the Arabs are talking about the liberation of Palestine at that point Jerusalem is split the Jordanians are in control of the old city of Jerusalem they've banned all Jews mentoring the old city of Jerusalem they discriminate against Christians in the old city of Jerusalem they build barbed wire fences around Jerusalem Hey they already control Judea and Samaria Egypt controls the Gaza Strip and yet there's something called the Palestine Liberation Organization weird what exactly are they seeking to liberate make very clear in their charter what exactly they're seeking to liberate every square inch of territory between the Jordan River in the Mediterranean Sea in other words the murder of every Jew in that region and the ethnic cleansing of Jews from that region a second Holocaust get a made this clear since nineteen sixty four in the nineteen sixty seven war happens and all the Arab countries under the leadership of NASA in Egypt decide to mobilize against the Israelis they decide they're going to want to second war every time shin against the Israelis and the Israelis get wind of this and the Israelis

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KOMO

"Arrested for investigation of vehicular homicide D. U. Y.. administration is changing a policy to make it harder for California to enforce environmental standards a couple is Charlie harder tells us some Washington state leaders are furious the White House says competing sets of rules for Corey missions disrupts the market place California leaders promises to as few Washington's governor Jay Inslee tales como radio he is upset by this latest decision from the White House reactor unit under federal law when Donald Trump says he's taking away California's right to clean air and and more secure cars he's also during that two drivers in the state of Washington the trump administration says is prepared to fight over this likely headed to a years long court battle Charlie harder come o'neill's report in The New York Times magazine looks at the training of the pilots of the two crash seven thirty seven MAX jets the report says the training received in some parts of the world isn't as strict as it is in the U. S. that could have played a role in both disasters long time pilot and aviation analyst John Nance agrees every failure and all the liner every sale you're involved in the the opium creche sting intelligence that the entire world of aviation doctors Boeing and Airbus have been tiptoeing past this problem the problem is now extant this article comes as the head of the FAA come to Seattle to personally inspect efforts by bowling to recertify the Max the Seattle city council has been arguing that junk car vis have become a major problem that committee meetings today only one of them bothered to show up more from couples Jeff PO July it's become a serious problem junk are vis occupied by the homeless littering city streets the Seattle city council's been considering legislation to deal with the problem but at a committee meeting today Sally Bagshaw was the only member present she was able to make changes to pending legislation without discussion or debate I'm gonna move and second this and pass it out council members Loretta Gonzales Bruce Herald and Michael Brian were all new. shows afterward Bagshaw said she couldn't even guarantee that they'd show up for a final committee vote planned for next week Jeff postal accompany several way does not want any part of a proposed to king county regional homelessness authority mayor Jim feral sent a letter to county executive doubt Constantine and Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan saying that federal way was not notified about the details of the new group before the announcement was made earlier this month Carol says the last thing we need to fight homelessness is more bureaucracy. at the moment of the new government is really troubling in the manner which was rolled out equally troubling and that's why we drafted the letter that's why the council approved he sure the letter with the mayors of all the cities in king county are endangered orcas could soon get thousands of miles more protected waters como su Romero has the story proposal from the national marine fisheries expands the protected area for orcas from inland waters around the sand wants to more than fifteen thousand square miles from Washington to California Julie till Simmons with the center for biological diversity says orcas actually spent more time traveling along the coast in the winter than they do swimming in the Puget Sound in the summer if you love the orchids and want them to flourish around in and around the Seattle area then you also want them to be protected and healthy and finding food off the coast she says Oregon supporters can and should comment on the proposal after it's made available on the Federal Register website super Meryl companies from twenty four seven news the news you want when you want to come on news hi Maxine frost with art Sanders now.

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KOMO

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KOMO

"Texting or something I would've been a much more angry alternately it'll be up to the prosecutor whether or not the driver will face charges. despite all the talk from the Seattle city all about dealing with junk car vis only one member of the council showed up to a meeting of the issue yesterday it was a special meeting of the finance and neighborhoods committee chairwoman Sally Bagshaw was the only one in attendance this allowed her to change pending legislation without discussion or debate I'm gonna move and second this and pass it out so this is now going to be the version that we will share a and we will look at it and vote on next week Karina Gonzalez Bruce Herald Mike o'brien world no shows Seattle police officer of files a ten million dollar claim against the city saying he got sick after being assigned to clean up all homeless camp couple Joe Marino says the officer says he was exposed to toxic chemicals of a lot along Denver Avenue south dangerous levels of PC bees have been discovered this is a very very serious environmental hazards Aaron Goodman raise the alarm because of the RV campers who have been stockpiling garbage **** team came into clear it out according to a new legal filing that's one officer Timothy Gifford was exposed to carcinogenic chemicals deferred claim to develop type two diabetes working that contamination because he wasn't given protective equipment or training his lawsuit says at least fifty nine city employees may have been exposed I think we need to accept the fact that the and shelter encampments and are being chemins unsafe and unsanitary for all city spokesperson says they do not comment on open claims or pending litigation a resident orcas may soon have a much bigger area of federally protected waters a proposal from national marine fisheries expands the current protections from limited areas around the San Juan islands to include more than fifteen thousand square miles of coastline from Washington to California Julie teal Simon's is with the center for biological diversity which is basically to expand protected critical habitat for these orchids beyond just the inland waters of Washington and fix. and down the coast where they spend most of their time in the winter and spring foraging she encourages people to comment on the proposal after it's published in the Federal Register web site today. I'm AT versus class that's the decision thousands of students and parents are making for Friday's global climate strike millions are expected to participate worldwide become was Patrick Quinn says students in Seattle we'll get our unexcused absence if they skip school governor Ensley the Seattle city council and the king county council voted to support the students in this world wide walk out for the global climate strike many students won't be in class on Friday will be penalized for it with an unexcused absence students across the region they've been getting ready for Fridays March they're expecting thousands.

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KOMO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KOMO

"That's going into the ocean he says the environmental protection agency will be putting out a notice of the city's violations related to its homeless problem and population the mayor of San Francisco responding tonight calling the president's claims ridiculous and saying no debris from the city flows into the bay or the ocean thousands of students are planning to walk out of class for a global climate strike on Friday but their activism will come with consequences students in Seattle will get an unexcused absence if they skip school for this organizers of the strike say more students might participate if they knew they wouldn't be penalized a lot of my friends who are really in the middle of not going in there only in the middle because they know that there's going to be consequences. in a letter to the city council superintendent Denise Juno explains that while the board supports the students right to protest issues of importance the absences do not meet the criteria defined by state law or board policy for being excused a new proposal from Noah could help expand protections for endangered southern resident orcas right now the orcas critical habitat designation only covers a small area from the Canadian border through the strait of Juan de Fuca in Puget Sound the proposal would increase that protected area by more than seven times stretching another fifteen thousand square miles to point Sir California so it covers their foraging and traveling areas along Washington Oregon and northern California if this is approved and implemented federal agencies would be forbidden from doing any activity that could damage or destroy the orcas habitat including their food source and hunting grounds. coming up tailgaters and transient the two groups that could be fighting for space at Sunday Seahawks game live business leaders are calling.

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KOMO

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KOMO

"Arrested for investigation of vehicular homicide D. U. Y. the trump administration is changing a policy to make it harder for California to enforce environmental standards a couple is Charlie harder tells us some Washington state leaders are furious the White House says competing sets of rules for Corey missions disrupts the market place California leaders promises to as do Washington's governor Jay Inslee tales como radio he is upset by this latest decision from the White House reactor unit under federal law children Donald Trump Jr he's taking away California's right to clean air and and more for your cars he's also doing that to drivers in the state of Washington the trump administration says is prepared to fight over this likely headed to a years long court battle Charlie harder como news report in The New York Times magazine looks at the training of the pilots of the two crash seven thirty seven MAX jets the report says the training received in some parts of the world isn't as strict as it is in the U. S. that could have played a role in both disasters long time pilot and aviation analyst John Nance agrees every failure involved in line there every sale you're involved in the the opiate creche stinging evidence that the entire world of aviation doctors bowling. and books have been tiptoeing past this problem and the problem is now extant this article comes as the head of the FAA come to Seattle to personally inspect efforts by belong to recertify the Max the Seattle city council has been arguing that junk car vis have become a major problem that committee meetings today only one of them bothered to show up more from couples Jeff PO July it's become a serious problem junk are vis occupied by the homeless littering city streets the Seattle city council's been considering legislation to deal with the problem but at a committee meeting today Sally Bagshaw was the only member present she was able to make changes to pending legislation without discussion or debate I'm gonna move and second this and pass it out council members Loretta Gonzales Bruce Herald and Michael Brian were all no shows afterward Bagshaw said she couldn't even guarantee that they'd show up for a final committee vote planned for next week Jeff pose a locomotive several way does not want any part of a proposed to king county regional homelessness authority mayor Jim feral sent a letter to county executive doubt Constantine and Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan saying that federal way was not notified about the details of the new group before the announcement was made earlier this month Farrell says the last thing we need to fight homelessness is more bureaucracy. at the moment of a new government is really troubling and in a manner which was rolled out equally troubling and that's why we drafted the letter that's why the council approved he sure the letter with the mayors of all the cities in king county are endangered orcas could soon get thousands of miles more protected waters como su Romero has the story a proposal from the national marine fisheries expands the protected area for orcas from inland waters around the sand wants to more than fifteen thousand square miles from Washington to California Julie till Simmons with the center for biological diversity says orcas actually spent more time traveling along the coast in the winter than they do swimming in the Puget Sound in the summer if you love the orchids and want them to flourish around in and around the Seattle area then you also want them to be protected and healthy and finding food off the coast she says Oregon supporters can and should comment on the proposal after it's made available on the Federal Register website super Meryl companies companies time ten ten and for the sports desk here in Pittsburgh the mariners beat the pirates four to one in here in Seattle soccer Sanders in Dallas tonight no score nil nil comes bill Schwartz is communication will be key for Saturday's Washington football game that you talk your plugs required as husky football practice this week the dogs cranking up the fake crowd noise over the loudspeakers getting ready for what could be a very loud hostile environment in Provo Utah Saturday silent count hand signals just plain old talking to one another important elements of the U. dub game plants as quarterback Jake of peace and harmony as an individual job numbers.

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KOMO

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KOMO

"Policy to make it harder for California to enforce environmental standards and colors Charlie harder tells us some Washington state leaders are furious the White House says competing sets of rules for Corey missions disrupts the market place California leaders promises to as to Washington's governor Jay Inslee tales como radio he is upset by this latest decision from the White House reactor unit under federal law children Donald Trump Jr he's taking away Californians right to clean air and and more for your cars he's also during that two drivers in the state of Washington the trump administration says is prepared to fight over this likely headed to a years long court battle Charlie harder come on in the report in The New York Times magazine looks at the training of the pilots of the two crash seven thirty seven MAX jets the report says the training received in some parts of the world isn't as strict as it is in the US and that could have played a role in both disasters long time pilot and aviation analyst John Nance agreed every failure involved in line there every sale you're involved in the the opiate creche sting intelligence that the entire world of aviation doctors Boeing and Airbus have been tiptoeing past this problem and the problem is now extant this article comes as the head of the FAA come to Seattle to personally inspect efforts by bowing to recertify the Max the Seattle city council has been arguing that junk Garvey's have become a major problem but a committee meeting today at that meeting only one of them bothered to show up more from couples Jeff foe July it's become a serious problem junk are vis occupied by the homeless littering city streets the Seattle city council's been considering legislation to deal with the problem but at a committee meeting today Sally Bagshaw was the only member present she was able to make changes to pending. legislation without discussion or debate I'm gonna move and second this and pass it out council members Loretta Gonzales Bruce Herald and Michael Brian were all no shows afterward Bagshaw said she couldn't even guarantee that they'd show up for a final committee vote planned for next week Jeff postal a couple new several way does not want any part of a proposed king county regional homelessness authority there at Jim feral sent a letter to county executive doubt Constantine in Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan saying that federal way was not notified about the details of the new group before the announcement was made earlier this month feral says the last thing we need to fight homelessness is more bureaucracy I think that the government of a new government is really troubling and in a manner which was rolled out equally troubling and that's why we drafted the letter that's why the council approved he shared the letter with the mayors of all the cities in king county they have a strategy that word of from the Tacoma police department with that city seeing a recent increase in violence chief don Ramsdell says just about every unit is involved and will collaborate with the department's crime analysts are crime analyst near you that information the identify crime patterns and trends which allows us to better deploy resources in a more efficient effective manner Ramsdell says the ultimate goal is to insure people into coma both feel safe and ours safe just how gay friendly is the city of Seattle according to new data from the US census bureau the Emerald City only ranks fourth for the percentage of households run by same sex couples not surprisingly San Francisco has the largest percentage of same sex households call about Washington DC and Portland Oregon. our danger darkest could soon get thousands of miles more protected waters como su Romero has the story a proposal from the national marine fisheries expands the protected area for orcas from inland waters around the sand wants to more than fifteen thousand square miles from Washington to California Julie till Simmons with the center for biological diversity says orcas actually spent more time traveling along the coast in the winter than they do swimming in the Puget Sound in the summer if you love that work as and want them to flourish around in and around the Seattle area then you also want them to be protected and healthy and finding food off the coast she says Oregon supporters can and should comment on the proposal after it's made available on the Federal Register website super Meryl committees somebody's time eight ten for the sports desk in Pittsburgh the mariners got a second straight win over the pirates they beat him four to one and right now in the first half here in Seattle soccer in no scores Sounders in Dallas com was bill Swarts says communication will be key for Saturday's Washington football game at Utah your plugs required as husky football practice this week to dogs cranking up the fake crowd noise over the loudspeakers getting ready for what could be a very loud hostile environment in Provo Utah Saturday silent count hand signals just plain old talking to one another important elements of the U. dub game plants as quarterback Jake of peace and harmony as an individual job numbers got to do their best to to to do their job I thing when.

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KOMO

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KOMO

"The only protected areas for orcas are the inland waters around the sand wants the strait of Juan de Fuca and areas of the Puget Sound and that's only in the summer Julie till Simmons with the center for biological diversity says they're thrilled that a proposal from the national marine fisheries service expands protections to add more than fifteen thousand square miles of waters up and down the coast for critical habitat we need to protect the the workers throughout the year not just in the summer months when they tend to congregate around the San Juan islands she encourages people to comment on the proposal after it's published Thursday on the website for the office of the Federal Register Romero common use are you a big fan of scary movies or does the thought of watching one creep you out come was Brian Calvert's here with a money making opportunity for the bravest among us. this chilling track is from the Stephen King movie cockroaches thank goodness this one is not on the list but it is. matter of fact you can watch the classic or the remake. dish network is looking for someone willing to watch thirteen of Stephen King scariest films before Halloween and they'll pay you thirteen hundred Bucks for your trouble you can watch misery you know what they did to the native workers who stole diamonds. don't worry they didn't kill them maybe the miss Hey I want to go to his mind he children of the corn happened everywhere and can't. how about Cujo. you can picture that iconic scene from Kerry. yes there's always the shining. it doesn't creep you out. so why do a contest for the pay you to watch scary Stephen King flicks they want you to wear a fit and document every time your heart jumps among other things you can apply to be part of this and possibly get paid that thirteen hundred Bucks at the dish network website and my number one fan. global news. at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on news your call will propel insurance money update it was a volatile final couple of hours for the stock market as investors digested news that the federal reserve policy makers decided to cut interest rates by a quarter point but also signaled a divided Allah could guarding policy through year's end stocks finished the session narrowly mixed the Dow Jones industrials edged up thirty six points of the S. and P. five hundred added that one but the nasdaq composite slipped eight apple is losing another member of its leadership team various reports say the I phone makers head of communications a Steve Dowling is departing after sixteen years at the tech giant becoming the third executive from apple's leadership team to leave this year that's your money now the Saudis present what they say is weapons debris of a Ronnie in origin from the weekend strike on oil facility these are your world headlines from ABC news where do the Saudis say they believe it came from most likely from the north it could be launched from somewhere out right now we are working to know exactly the launch point then spokesman colonel Turki al Maliki discounts that it originated in Yemen chevron denies any involvement police in Denmark say they've arrested a twenty three year old man as a suspect in an explosion that damaged the headquarters of the Danish tax agency and injured a bystander at last month the man is Swedish citizen was arrested at Copenhagen International Airport in Pakistan's prime minister says his government will not hold any talks with India until New Delhi lifts a curfew in cashmere reinstates the disputed regions special assignment status I'm Tom rivers that the ABC news foreign bask in London. ABC twenty twenty will air to our special this Friday evening called thirty years searching the show will feature the nineteen eighty nine murder of Mandy static and walked him Chaldean how detectives finally tracked down the killer in December two thousand seventeen almost Carlene Johnson reports November twenty fourth nineteen eighty nine eighteen year old mount Baker high graduate many static went for an afternoon job with the family dog near the Nooksack river but she never came back home and when she didn't come back when she should have come back and then the dog came back without. I was panicking. first person I called was her boyfriend nude body found in the river three days later she had been raped and.

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KOMO

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KOMO

"Thousand seven ninety seven seven. good evening at six thirty one I'm a Lisa Jaffe and here are the top stories from the come on twenty four seven news center federal way does not want any part of the proposed king county regional homelessness authority mayor Jim feral sent a letter to the county executive doubt Constantine Nancy L. mayor Jenny Dirk and saying that federal way was not notified about the details of the new group before the announcement was made earlier this month Carol says the last thing we need it to fight homelessness is more bureaucracy I do think that the permanence of a new government is really troubling in the manner which was rolled out equally troubling and that's why we drafted the letter that's why the council approved. he shared the letter with the mayors of all the cities in king county as Boeing works to get it software updates ready for the seven thirty seven MAX Kamose Charlie harder tells us about a new report that looks into the problems with pilot training in other parts of the world the report is in the New York times magazine it talks about the lesser standards and time in the cockpit requirements for pilots in other countries it contains pilots in the U. S. might have reacted differently in the same scenarios that brought down the Max jets long time pilot in aviation analyst John Nance tales como it's a problem that could get worse you can't take people off the street make pilots out of them give them absolutely no experience in real airplanes beyond just a little bit of world experience and gang about three or four or five or six or seven people in the simulator all will be time when they're not actually the controls that won't work and it isn't working he worries a lax standards could start to affect low cost US airlines in the years ahead Charlie harder komo news I Seattle high school student and climate activist slams members of Congress for what she calls a horrifying betrayal Kamose corpsman take explains seventeen year old Jamie Margolin pulls no punches as he pummels politicians who give lip service to the climate crisis only to actively support polluting industries some members of government and some corporations are actively making it worse actively going out of their way to support corporations and poison us and destroy our future and that is horrifying and it feels like a betrayal it's like a knife to the heart Margolin is one of four young students just fine before the U. S. house select committee on the climate crisis another is twenty one year old university of Washington senior Benji backer president of the American conservation coalition to my fellow conservatives the climate is changing it's time to claim our seat at the table and develop smart limited government policies to establish American leadership on this issue of the select committee on climate crisis was established earlier this year and charged with delivering to Congress and. Shiz climate policy recommendations Corwin Heiko more news our resident orcas may soon have a much bigger area of federally protected waters a proposal from national marine fisheries expands the current protections from limited areas around the San Juan islands to include more than fifteen thousand square miles of coastline from Washington to California..

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106.1 FM WTKK

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in santo domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's gonna help in a very big way i mean you you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with sanctions on on mexico and And Lopez over their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating, sort of president, we haven't seen that in Mexico for quite some time mainly Mexican president, or you know, have been over the last several years center, FOX, and and pain, extremely and tag mystic toward the US, and especially the semi FOX. But I think Lopez over door. Really? Seriously, the commitment on their part to protect the. southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem are failed states what it does make a dent a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its most to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his is a free trade agreement signed certainly with over a door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve wow what a big night this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the space expel kim heavy georgia volvos well the adjusted times a new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways base sex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space and about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space in ios including a good and close friend of mine and not bill pogue sky live fan he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're always the listeners the live sky so if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this We. To see look into the western sky, north west be precise. Just after sunset, this particular planet, one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun. Take advantage of Jupiter and Saturn dominate the early evening sky easy to see telescopes spectacular in the last quarter moon morning. These guys. If you have questions, we have answers Email me, Dr sky Kyi show. we say we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to this sky thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's a really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. i know you're gonna want some after hearing this this is an amazing story we've got stephen and malachi gregory in nelson new zealand banner stand that malachi whose eight almost nine years old now was suffering with not just one or two wards but i mean a significant outbreak of war all over his body so significant impacted his ability to to really function and so at what point did you see that there was actually improvement is really going to work we really to notice it around twelve weeks you can say these things actually getting smaller and smaller and then joined with a little red max the whole things gone regulus sam get into a pure shays yes how wonderful India. blonde way tie this is awesome yeah this is awesome richard oslo here.

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The boca chica resort and santo domingo caruso 's death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american Tourists die in the Dominican Republic since last year, something's happening over there. iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's gonna happen I mean, you know, you're looking at Trump putting enormous pressure with us sanctions on on Mexico and Lopez. daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sorta president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president sir have been over the last several years and ricky extremely antagonist towards the u._s. and especially fox but i think lucas over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal a mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right but it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia full goes well the adjusted times the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a._m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting sidelights georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space how about this the remains of a hundred and fifty two space enthusiasts including a good and close friend of mine not bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes we'll be of course immortalized than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty-nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're just always the listeners Sky. So folks, if you wanna see some stuff George, here's, here's how we end this. We. look into the western sky north west precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see telescopes spectacular last quarter moon These guys. we have answers email me dr sky show gmail.com and george we say we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david polite back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's a really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. i know you're going to want some after hearing this this is an amazing story we've got stephen in malachi gregory in nelson new zealand i understand that malachi whose eight almost nine years old now was suffering with not just one or two wards but i mean a significant outbreak awards all over his body so significant it impacted his ability to to really function and so at what point did you see that there was actually improvement is really going to work we'll we really start to notice it around twelve weeks you can say these things actually getting smaller and smaller and then joined with a little red marks the whole things have gone miraculously same get into a pure yes How wonderful. To see him so happy. Yes..

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the carrizo real unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials trying to quell rising concerns among would-be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of new york business owner batori caruso a fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourist die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there aranh said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states where the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward beximco however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side well i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with sanctions on on mexico and lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly you know mexican presidents or you know have been over the last several years and sunday fox and wreak opinion extremely and tag mystic towards the u._s. and especially percent fox but i think lopez over door really seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent but makes a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve george wow what a big night this is from any space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia volvos well the adjusted times the new scheduled time sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show Oh my. totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways base sex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side alleged georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching small solar sail satellite propulsion in space and how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space enthusiast putting a good and close friend of mine answer not bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but george is always the listeners tell me they like this alive sky so if you wanna see some stuff george here's where here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west to be precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun and take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular in the last quarter moon adorn our morning tuesday's guys you have questions we have answers emailed me doctor sky that's d. r. s. k. y. show gmail.com george we say that we love it and we mean it always remember to keep your eyes to this guys thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast you shake crane c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable aim f._m. reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size and it's very.

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo karosas death is now the third in a seven day span in june soon and he's the eleventh american tourists to die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were to lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward co however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with a sanctions on on mexico and lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president or you know have been over the last several years of fox and and wreak opinion extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially fox but i think lopez over door really seriously the commitment on their part to protect each southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reservers and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia all goes well the adjusted times a new scheduled time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show Totally amazing. They're going to be launching some twenty four satellites. It's part of a defense department mission this again, certifies in many ways, SpaceX to carry on with military missions. But this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting satellites, Georgia's one let Carl Sagan had a long time ago. The idea of launching a small solar sails, satellite propulsion in space. how about this the remains of a hundred and fifty two space enthusiasts including a good and close friend of mine astronaut bill pogue of skylab fame he was up in space but eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans at the space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but george is always the listeners telling me they like this guy so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun Take advantage of Jupiter and Saturn. George dominate the early evening sky easy to see with Selva scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon. tuesday's guys you have questions we have answers email me dr sky that's kyi show gmail.com george we say and we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to this guy thank you steven i always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's a really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see cranes c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable enough in reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size and it's very.

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side well i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump put an enormous pressure with a sanctions on on mexico and lopez door their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly you mexican president or you know have been over the last several years of fox and rica extremely and tagging toward the u._s. and especially percent fox but i think lopez over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to southern border a total of fifteen thousand reservists and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem failed states what it does make a dent a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's do doing it most cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael seaman's professor at the university of nottingham and co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve what a big night this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia vol- goes well the adjusted times a new schedule time sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways base x to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side georgia's one carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space in including a good and close friend of mine not bill pogue skylab fan he was up in space but eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty-nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven launch humans at the space about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're always the listeners like this guy so if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular last quarter moon morning tuesday skies you have questions we have answers email me doctor sky kyi show gmail.com george we say that we love it and we mean it always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steve and always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politeness back with us to park program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our kierra so real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see crane c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable enough in reception it's clear crisp audio for it's real small size.

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"From the city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory welcome to coast to coast a._m. later on tonight channeling spirit guides and in a moment david politest joins us with his incredible new work michigan four one one the hunted we've got the trailer up at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the curious real unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials trying to quell rising concerns among would-be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner the torio caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resorts in santo domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists to die in the dominican republic Since last year, something's happening over there. aram said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states where the lift sanctions and offer new incentives let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border we'll help on their side well i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with us sanctions on on mexico and Lopez. daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sorta president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president or you know have been over the last several years and sunday fox and rica extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially the semi fox but i think lopez over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right but it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think you've got it shows that mexico's doing it at most cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens a professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic fresh water aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing What else is going on these days in the skies? Let's check in with Stephen Cates doctor sky high, Steve. wow what a big night this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia vogue goes well the justed times a new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s. t. p. to space test program to among the interesting satellite storage is one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea is launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space and how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space enthusiasts putting a good and close friend of mine bill poed of skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine that's agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're is always the listeners told me they like this guy so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun and take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with double scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon well the door and our morning tuesday's guys you have questions we have answers email me doctor sky that's the i._r._s. ky. show which email dot com george we say it and we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes do this guys thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see cranes c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable eamon f._m. reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real.

Stephen Cates Steve. fifteen thousand square miles twenty million dollars twenty three degrees eighty four days fifty six year seven day
"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory welcome to coast to coast a._m. later on tonight channeling and spirit guides and in a moment david politis joins us with his incredible new work missing four one one the hunted we've got the trailer up there at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the carrizo real unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner vittorio caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort and santo domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were to lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however as also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task dr john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with sanctions on on mexico and over door their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican presidents or you know have been over the last several years fox and ricky extremely antagonist towards the u._s. and especially fox but i think lopez over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent it makes a huge difference and i think got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going to his website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and it burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found that gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia vogue goes well the adjusted time the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour and georgia wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting side alleged georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space enthusiasts including a good and close friend of mine not bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're always the listeners tell me they like this guy so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this see look into the western sky north west to be precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from the sun and take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with selva scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon dorner morning tuesday's guys questions we have answers email me dr sky show we say and we love it and we mean it always remember to keep your eyes thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politeness back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our curious so real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's really creepy story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see see c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable aim f._m. reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size.

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Eleventh american tourist died in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there rand said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states where the lift sanctions and offer new incentives let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward back sequoia however also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with sanctions on on mexico and you know lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president or you know have been the last several years center fox and and rick extremely and tag nick toward the u._s. and especially the semi fox but i think look over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to southern border total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't it solves the problem because the problem failed states right but it does make a dent a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going to website online columnist dot com thanks john new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found that you ganic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surf office it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cates dr sky high steve george what a big night this is for many space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia vogel well the adjusted times the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour towards wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s. t. p. to space test program to among the interesting satellite storage is one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sails satellite propulsion in space and how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space in putting a good and close friend of mine and not bill pogue of sky live fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalized than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but you're always the listeners told me they like this alive sky folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see is about twenty three degrees from the take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see with fellow scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon our morning tuesday skies if you have questions we have answers email me doctor sky that's the ky. show gmail.com george we say we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steven always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our carousel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second addition that's really creepy the story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see cranes c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable eamon f._m. reception it's clear crisp audio for it's real.

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"There at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the curious overall unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would-be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner but to'real caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort and santo domingo karosas death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there iran said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the u._s. mexico border according to its country secretary of defense they deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side well i think it's going to help in a very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with those sanctions on on mexico and lopez over daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating sort of president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president or you know have been over the last several years and rakic extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially vicinity fox but i think lopez over door really took seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operation i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right but it does make a dent that makes a huge difference and i think you got chose that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction track john curtis by going to his website online columnists dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found that you're ganic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cates dr sky high steve wow what a big night this is from many space fans and if of course you've lived in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy georgia vogue is well the adjusted times the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a. m. eastern daylight time for an hour wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching some twenty four satellites it's part of a defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one known as s t p to space test program to among the interesting sidelights georgia's one that carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space and how about this the remains of one hundred fifty two space enthusiasts including a good and close friend of mine bill pogue of skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty-nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven to launch humans into space george about a few hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine but yours is always the listeners the live sky so folks if you wanna see some stuff george here's here's how we end this let's do we talk about mercury easy to see look into the western sky north west of precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see is about twenty three degrees from the sun take advantage of jupiter and saturn george dominate the early evening sky easy to see with telescopes spectacular and last quarter moon door morning tuesday skies you have questions we have answers emailed me dr sky that's the kyi show gmail.com george we say we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you i always love your astronomical reports the best up next david politis back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m. dot com in our curiel real in the second part of the program tonight with david bigfoot wild men and giants his second edition that's really creepy the story he's next on coast to coast a._m. see crane c._c. pocket radio is a great choice for gardening while you're getting out most of your favorite baseball game the pocket radio has unbeatable enough in reception it's got clear crisp audio for it's real small size.

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"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thousand square miles" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"There at coast to coast a._m. dot com we'll take a look at it it's the first little button and the curious overall unbelievable here's what's happening as dominican republic officials try to quell rising concerns among would-be travelers worldwide about safety there the u._s. department of state has now confirmed the june seventeenth death of a new york business owner batori oh caruso fifty six year old who died after becoming critically ill at the boca chica resort in central domingo caruso death is now the third in a seven day span in june and he's the eleventh american tourists die in the dominican republic since last year something's happening over there aranh said that u._s. cyber attacks on its military had failed we have not confirmed that we even tried that while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with washington if the united states were the lift sanctions and offer new incentives well let's hope that they get to the bargaining table mexico has deployed almost fifteen thousand troops to the us mexico border according to its country secretary of defense the deployments come after renewed pressure from the trump administration on mexico to help slow migration flows northward mexico however is also called on the united nations and the united states to help with what they call a monumental task stockton john curtis online columnist dot com with us here john at least fifteen thousand troops along the mexican border will help on their side very big way i mean you know you're looking at trump putting enormous pressure with us sanctions on on mexico and lopez daughter their new president is a very piece kind of peaceful accommodating president we haven't seen that in mexico for quite some time mainly mexican president serve have been several years and rica extremely antagonist toward the u._s. and especially fox but i think lopez over door really seriously the commitment on their part to protect the southern border they've sent sixty five hundred troops to the southern border a total of fifteen thousand reserves and normal a mexican army troops are going to be conducting this operations i don't think it solves the problem because the problem or failed states right what it does make a dent a huge difference and i think you got it shows that mexico's doing its utmost to cooperate with trump and i think you'll get his his free trade agreement signed certainly with over door and justin trudeau and so i think he's moving in the right direction john curtis by going website online columnist dot com thanks john a new study has suggested a link between coffee in the activation of fat fighters in your body michael siemens a professor at the university of nottingham and a co director of the study said researchers found that coffee can stimulate what's known as brown fat brown fat is a unique organ that is used for producing heat and at burns fat cells quicker about that drink some coffee scientists have found a gigantic freshwater aquifer hidden deep below the ocean they say that if this was discovered on the surface it would create a lake covering some fifteen thousand square miles it's a surprising discovery of fresh water in the ocean hidden deep below the ocean amazing what else is going on these days in the skies let's check in with stephen cage dr sky high steve space fans and if of course you live in central florida just get set for the launch the first nighttime launch that they're predicting for the spacex falcon heavy the time the new schedule time is sometime around two thirty a._m. eastern daylight time wouldn't that be amazing what a spectacular light show totally amazing they're going to be launching twenty four satellites defense department mission this again certifies in many ways spacex to carry on with military missions but this one s t p to space among the interesting satellites georgia's one carl sagan had a long time ago the idea of launching a small solar sail satellite propulsion in space The remains of one hundred and fifty two space enthusiasts, including. a good and close friend of mine bill pogue skylab fame he was up in space for eighty four days his ashes i should say we'll be of course immortalize than space but something back in the history books george back on this date in nineteen fifty nine nasa agreed to pay for eight mercury redstone rockets at the amazing then price of twenty million dollars that was our beginnings of course with the mercury seven hours ago there were six people in space but now there's three three returning from the international space station just landing in central russia just hours ago on expedition fifty nine The listeners me. if you wanna see some stuff george here's where here's how we end this let's do it we look into the western sky north west to be precise just after sunset this particular planet one of the most difficult to see about twenty three degrees from assam take advantage of jupiter and saturn george they dominate the early evening sky easy to see scopes spectacular in the last quarter moon These guys. we have answers email me dr sky kyi show gmail.com george we love it and we mean always remember to keep your eyes to the sky thank you steve and always love your astronomical reports the best up next david is back with us a two part program tonight for the first half we're going to be talking about missing four one one the hunted his new documentary you can look at the trailer it's linked up at coast to coast a._m..

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