23 Burst results for "Forty Seven Degrees"

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

Bad To The Dad

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"Dad call every dot com if you along another guy who's obviously in a shirt that's about seventeen sizes too small. Sure it could be. It could be pulling up. They're showing their balance. Yeah point yeah this. i'm. I'm sorry these guys that are just jacked. I just don't think that works qualify. But that's just not now now this guy right all right. I mean he's ready to go. Sumo got something going there. But i think what. I'm seeing here. Which would probably disqualify us is that you need inc. As part of the data have maintained getting yes. There's nothing against it at some of the kept seen extremely ornate and beautiful. Well now for me. I guess the best part is we now know this competition. Maybe next year. You and i will throw hats. Throw our hats and you gotta get a good microphone. Get worse but it was nice to have a mind was named the other charity again. It was called plus pediatric cancer research and mercer money raising and we certainly recommend it for anything else. You check out the legendary dad dot com website to learn a little bit about e plus and make a charitable donation and That's that's important. It's good to see that. Just a little tomfoolery. There's a clause. There's some meat behind that Speaking of meat see. I understood the aside yes right and it was putting turkey. Yes on a sandwich or well we have. We would like to ask our listeners. Yes at other survey question this week week so we were talking about me making lunch. Where my son who's thirteen and i believe perfectly capable what age. What age should your child be when the parent stops making lunch for the kid All right so what age should they start age or grade grade or age or whatever. That's a good point. And is it different for for females and males and curious to know. Let's break it down a little bit more and say so. Just like this last paul. We'd like to hear your stories and we'd like to hear your advice. Dad plus a dad vice two point owed advice plus mamba getting a lot of mom mama jumping in and we're getting a lot of response in our on our in our listenership growing so i think it's because the surveys so to change subject coach you just did i did and not smoothing any me. No but couldn't open notice that today which is a sunday morning. Twenty four forty seven degrees. Forty seven degrees. Yeah little colder than. I like even the last week of october. I know we're bordering on me still. It's jerry i was outside. Actually my youngest had the of softball. Today she's already had her for softball games out. There headed this. I got my underarms leaves to keep me more sweatpants and you know my rule. I have a rule you know. Shorts are worn until november. I know shorts november. Like no sleep till right so you were shorts into november first and then after that no shorts i had to wear i wear ladies to chile and you guys you walking into your home today record dead. I couldn't help a notice that the fire pit was still covered up I think it's time to busted open. fired up. Oh yeah we'll do an episode from the fire. Ooh lead me will bring the dad geeks over. That'd be fine. Sit around the fire pit and talk movies because there's a lot of content out there by the way today are oh jeez birthday. Original gas is happy birthday bro. Who's apparently got into collecting wrestling..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Cheine On

"Okay all right. Fair was When you're when you're running and doing like a marathon is there any points for your. You're going and you're just like dude. Fuck this. I'm like done and a mean you finish both of them so you definitely push past that. But i mean there any any times that are like that no so i'll give to pike's peak to different instances and we've all been through it. I think i was at mile six or seven. I mean i still have got you know way to go up this mountain and they said they're gonna start turning people around if you're not dressed correctly because it was five degrees at the top of the mountain in august. And there's half of me thinking oh you know what. This wouldn't be too bad. If i got turned around to be completely honest with you. I might invite it because i was in so much pain. Just trying to breathe to get up this mountain. And i was like i still have to go. This is horrible. So i won't. I almost want to invite in wanted to invite that. It didn't happen. Warmed up to like forty seven degrees by the time. I got to the top darn i did make it to the top but you know there's so many times where you're like you know what never mind i. I shouldn't have done this i'll just have to fix a story of why i quit Two days ago. I was actually. It was one of the most defeated marathons i've ever felt in my life I trained really really hard for it. I wanted to go out and get boston qualifying marathon. Because i was kinda screwed out of boston the past two years so i have to requalify and it kinda sucks but this race was not what i thought it would be. It was on. He was on gravel dirt. Rock bed Riverbed and it was muddy and it was slightly uphill for about twelve miles and it was just nothing that i was ready for..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"It seem like he was upside down and like he looked at the planet like. Don't look at the stars. Just look at your feet or whatever out in like somehow that's like stars of their stars were there. It doesn't matter like you know but it was still funny. Funny them big. Tough warf yes Thirty nine point one degrees celsius very exact isn't it. It's a very exact temperature and maybe there is something to this. But it's not what i thought it was gonna be now. You'll have to excuse me especially if you are an international lesser. I'm an american who does not convert celsius and fahrenheit at all. I do not do these things. I honestly have no idea what thirty nine point one degrees celsius translates to. Do you want to know. I looked it up so i have a general idea but i was certainly hoping for forty seven degrees celsius. That would have been phenomenal very. Yeah exactly and that's where. I thought it was going. I thought it just can be nice in joke with a little science. Twist to it. That would have been perfect cool but no it. Apparently divorce wake and a little bit warmer I mean so for for anybody out there who's wondering The the temperature of thirty nine point one is just over a hundred degrees. It's about one hundred and two. Yeah and so like that number meant nothing to me hot hot. That's that's not. Hey would you guys check out. The environmental roses is kind of warming here narrow. That's hot. yeah and that's the thing is like everybody should have been dripping sweat and at one point they said like yeah raise like ten degrees and i'm like okay. Well okay okay. Maybe it was ten degrees celsius. It raised in degrees celsius. That's a lot because thirty degrees celsius is lake but my point being they they only said that was the only indication i ever heard until we got to the final temperature of thirty nine point one. Yeah yeah it's hot..

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"The biggest concern are probably the passengers that are have flights booked for that day those days. They're not going to be happy. Yeah yeah actually. That was that was occurring in charleston. West virginia few weekends ago. When i was up there couldn't find on the saturday because they have one runway there. It was closed for repairs from today on a saturday. A perfect day for airport repaired. Oh speaking of cancellations and stuff this trip. That i'm on right now is day one i noticed that One of the flights is canceled on wednesday. And but the little app that we use to kind of track car flights and other information about the flights Doesn't say anything about it and nobody has changed our our our rotation yet our trip pairing so. I'm not sure what's going to happen here. If they're going to notice that there is no no no flight for us to fly out of new orleans on wednesday morning big easy a might be stranded in the big easy. I don't you know. I was talking with a flight. Attendant was commuting from fort walton beach to atlanta this morning and then she said i think that they're only letting crews do like turns like from a city to new orleans and back and not letting anybody lay over there because of the situation in new orleans because of the that went through so That might be the deal. But i don't know just from what i can see on the information that i have a my trip doesn't look like him. No concern about here. We'll see maybe. I'll have something to talk about on the next right. Hey do you want to train you took for me. You can get on the train that took to back to atlanta. Today the the crescent wanted to call that the crescent yet does anyone want to do trivia for a moment. Yes let's don't hang on. This is for jeff. Nick end liz. If she wants to play but no no cheating which airport is farther north in the united states. Bangor maine or seattle washington. Well because you're asking the question has got to be out seattle otherwise i would have said banger that wow didn't realize seattle forty seven degrees north and bangor maine was to forty five degrees north. That's interesting well. Hey which which. City is more west reno weight or atlanta. I i was gonna say seattle small waist seattle minutes. Oh this is. My good reno is farther west than los angeles. Yeah because you think at least most of us think that los angeles things up into north south east. Yeah exactly but yeah anyway. Fascinating stuff folks fascinating. This is the kind of thing that you can use to impress your family and friends at dinner. When there's no good conversation left exactly thank us later or thank is now okay. Let's move on. Thank you mike for your concern. But i guess it's the got control apparently Item news it looks like a c. One thirty plane is finally happening and this is from the drive. Now i don't know about you. These are artist renderings. And i guess we're gonna have to share this again. I am i. When i'm i'm reading this from the dr Dot com. i'm thinking to myself are we. Is this like the onion an article from 'cause satires magazine. They draw water on the under surface of the airplane. Well so these are just artist renderings of idea. Okay well let me set this up Air force special operations command says it needs an m. c. one thirty j on floats and it looks like it has a plan to get it. Now here's you can see that picture there i. I'm thinking that i know it's just an artist. Rendering is not an actual photo because they haven't actually created this thing yet but seeing as c. One thirty on these huge floats. That looked like floats. You'd put on like a j three cub or something like an amphibious. So they there have both floats for landing him taking off and water but also wheels that can come out so you can actually operate this on land. And i'm thinking i don't know that that looks like it would work anyway back in. May we reported on the fact that. Us air force special operations command af soc really wanted to or is it f. sock about that's really wanted to make the long standing dream of a c. One thirty see planet reality in fact the so-called mc one thirty j amphibious capability or mack was listed as one of its new procurement priorities while we had a grainy little rendering of what this could look like when we filed that report as well as other historic design concepts. We now have a better far. Better look at exactly what they want. and yes. it's a c. One thirty on floats. Actually they have put a forward a number of similar flow plane concepts some more traditional Looking while others are more streamlined. Informal and futuristic looking capability appears to include the requirement for him the bs operations and other words emc. One thirty can still land on a runway with the floats fitted So anyway Article goes on to talk about the capabilities of the one thirty and everything else. Here's a picture of it. Looks like they've landed on a couple of blue whales on the sheet a huge. I mean i can. I can see they looking a why not the the the full length the fuselage and the wide enough space to be to give goods stability. But they're just vast. I can't imagine i mean. The hook is a foster played the best of times to downgrade thing strapped under right I can imagine it'll just crawl along. So i'm once this amazing ability that they have been waiting so long for On front of workout when white. Same important for them to have this particular type of aircraft. What role will it perform. I mean sits in a.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on The Current

The Current

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on The Current

"In the hall. It was really for big blacked out the windows so you couldn't look out. And all you could say was the five through the skylights you can see the red the red glow in the flickerings where the scarlet and you know. We sort of just lying down. I i can remember just sort of laying down. And i just thought how are we going to get out of these how we going to actually get out of this and then i also out you know i put my child in this situation. So maybe my imagine is big but it was really a real thing that he didn't know whether you were actually really gonna come out of there alive not because it could have gone. That's from the new documentary. Burning screening is part of the toronto. International film festival joined now by the director of burning eva owner. She's in los angeles eva. Good morning. Good morning thanks for having me. Congratulations on this film and q. Australia like canada has a fire. Season and fires has long been a part of the rhythm of life in both of our nation's what was different in australia but twenty eighteen. I mean it's it's it's really true. We grow up with fire. And you know. I spent the first thirty four years in. Melvin where. I grew up in the age america and my childhood. She in the eighties was ash wednesday. Which devastated victoria. But it was nothing like this and actually they are in higher christmas. Twenty nineteen twenty twenty four months to visit family. So it'd be going for a few months and when it started. It started in august. And i made a being hiding away and i was like it's winter. It's not even christ defy season and it's been this is going to be unbelievable so that was the first thing that was like something's wrong here and then it was just the the the shia scale of it. It was like nothing you've ever seen so we were there meal kind of driving around and traveling along and we went affected directly by the fis but it was just everywhere around you and you'd be driving listening to abc radio which is like i. Guess distracting pbs. And it just sounded like an emergency radio station. It was just constant. Evacuations constant just constant buys breaking out and the weather was crazy it was so hot and so dry and it just seemed different and anecdotes that i really remember that got me. Thinking was it was a late day in december. Just after christmas. Forty seven degrees celsius melvin. And i was kind of like. Oh my god. That's like three degree temperature in my lifetime. I was like this is baghdad. Wherever and iran was kind of walking. Around on yeah. It's really hot. And i was like what is happening. Why isn't everyone freaking out. So were kind of a whole lot of things that happen and then obviously the slow you can give me that you mentioned We would ask that. And when we flew out to la. I remember out is like on the plane. We're just like waiting from this story. I was so sleep at at the changes in my lifetime. And by the time i actually i was like we gotta make zone. It's fascinating because we talked to a lot of people over the course of the fire. People who are working on farms people who are in cities small communities people who've been displaced taking care of the animals there and from a distance. You could grasp the horror win in australia. Did people realize as you said people thought it was hot. When did people realize that this year was going to be different greg melons. Who's the x fi. Commissioner who's in the film knew it was going to be different from a long time before he started coming in. You tried to warn the government and they would listen you know. I think people believe in science and climate change have nine is coming for a long time. It's getting hotter and dry. The drought getting longer. The weather's becoming more unpredictable and more dangerous. I feel like you know we noted this. We have this information. There's sort of a sense of just living with it. And the pandemic people just get used to things and certain people are alarmed about it and spend their life being worried about it and trying to get people to react to it but there is a sort of sense of acceptance and that kind of freaked me out a little bit as well. Is that what you mean when you say that in somebody says the greatest tragedy of the fire season is that you saw it coming. Yeah that's Team flannery who's like Mice renown climate scientists and. I think that's a really path align. It's exactly what it's about. And i wanted to make some about defies but i actually wanted to make more pressingly. I wanted to make them back. Climate change it's more important than the fine as what's leaving in the future that we're all facing globally and another thing that said in the film it's you know astrid is ground zero for climate change. It's a really vulnerable country. And i think that was the thing that really galvanize me to make the film. And i saw the outpouring of when i saw it was like on the front page of the new york times the ten days in a row the fires and then i saw the means of dollars pouring into the country. I thought okay. The world is watching. Maybe the world will watch documentary about this. And i can make it more about climate change the way that it often connects with people something as large as climate change is through immediate kind of individual experiences in this film has extraordinary stories of what it was like for people to see the fire in some ways come out of nowhere and suddenly be right on their doorstep. Take a listen to this girlfriend of mine. Takes me and said you're a guy and a started taking some shows just to send to her she said to me was talking last night said no. It's right now really theory. Couldn't see your hand in front of the pace. The wind up putting the to the reason that sky goes absolutely pitch. Black is because all of the suit that is created by the fire actually does hate of the five front. So that's what he'd see first and then as far front gets closer the suit cleese and you just get this intensely rage sky. What was it that struck you about those sorts of stories. I mean you see the footage and it's incredible but even just to hear it is really jarring sniff. Actually i never listened to the audio like this and it's i just got chills at my and obviously i've listened today stories. Meantime that was jan and the goal is from them. Rachel and thereby from creator mallika. God's lowland really badly. It's doing interesting municipal going back to that film being. There's a fine line because you don't want to sort of jake is fine porn film. Which is what. I call it where it's just big enough to beat them after beacon. You're going to have a progression and rachel who was the best player is is a generalist. She's a fatah gentlest and says she was at taking photos and we used a lot of photos and she was looking at it in this very kind of cool removed way to start with and then it kind of turns into the fact that she had had children we were and she ended up in a hole and she kind of breakdown. In t- is which was really surprising. I didn't expect from her and it just really captured had terrifying. It was because she thought we could dine on put. My children in this position and jan lost her house. But she's really fit of She's rain biologist finishes assigned to his and she says know. I've lost a chunk of my life is gone. I had an inside of my parents and my grandparents. I have not left with nothing. And there's you know there's an old copper from by i'm brandon area who will zoom next to each other. They're like an old couple win. Harry met valley. They played each other's entrances and contradict each other. He'd skinner firefighter for like fifteen years. And he's you know he's a conservative And he's not sure about climate change but he says i've never seen anything like it. Something's changed and so it was really interesting. I mean i talked to hundreds of paypal and everyone had a valid story. But i was really looking to bill the story so that it went somewhere and not just kind of repeated itself which is which is really tricky when obviously.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"It was beautiful years ago. It was my girls. Were little so it must have been about. My eldest is let me see. Twenty seven now would have been twenty years ago. I guess i took him in. April and i always go to arizona. I spent three. Years broke in los angeles shaking chasing the sitcom dream so when i came back to canada so my first television series. That was the first thing i did was taken to the ranch and i couldn't believe it. Path the half the people. There were germans dressed as cowboys sing in the air songs. While germans love the american west it read that what was that. Who was that guy. That wrote books in the at the turn of the century in germany about american adventures reinhard minor reinhard. Oh yes you know. it's it's pretty funny too. I was talking with a friend who lived in texas and he was saying that they have a whole town that is just doberman and german descendants at lot of germans came over. Yeah yeah same here too and anyway. Let's get into this. Let's let's get into a comedy advice. Podcast were gonna talk a little bit about you. Ron james and Then give some advice but for those of you who may not be familiar with radio voice if you're hearing for the first time my name is stephen's tiny the host and the guest that i accidentally already introduced is an award. Winning comedian actor and now author with a new book. Coming out all over the map. Everybody please welcome. ron james. Clap clap clock. Very much. Pleasure rocket arizona must be about what the same degree as the surface of the sun and air. Today you're brown yeah. It's sweater weather today. It's only two hundred. Forty seven degrees. Ron where do i have the pleasure of speaking to you from Toronto the The economic capital of canada city of seven point five million people and winter do world series way back in the early nineties which we haven't had a sniff up since we got quote against the royals a couple years ago and new orleans game. And that's that. I'd always wanted to get down there for the grapefruit league in the spring..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"As some of you know. Jared ni- actually worked together for several years. Before bowling media existed at a company where jared started as an intern in college. That wisconsin Well actually before that. So i learned i interned for you specifically. I was ross forgets about this entire year of his life. I think i brought it up before. And he had absolutely no recollection so it will do association food. Yeah jermaine but yeah what. Tell me the so the summer you value life during the summer between my sophomore and junior year college my junior year starts. This is two thousand thirteen summer. Okay yeah yeah twenty. Thirteen summer is like hey. Do you have any like onsite internships russell. Hey we don't have any of the summer because they didn't he wasn't lying to me they didn't end up having any But you can do i. Would you just lined with idaho. You never know. I didn't know you very well back. Then you're like here's what you can do though we'll have you on as a social media intern. You can let me take you back and spank your tight little ass. And he was like what. I'm gonna fly down to austin for that. I'm like twenty five hundred miles away. Roscoe's here's you can do. We need a social media in turn my job. That ross gave me was to schedule a photo to go up on the t. Fm facebook page every two hours every day. Dude a took a lot of skill though determination i remember we had a talk for fourth of july picked. Went of american photos and they were all crushing. And you're like man. You're doing a great job. Jared now is like one day. This guy's gonna take me out back and spank my tight little ass and here. We are looking at us now. I knew it but so it really weird though like are being here doing this show now is another example of shit. You just can't make this shit up. Life's crazy that is soy. it ends up working out. I ended up the next summer I actually interned on on site. I would literally lived in austin move on site between it was it was on site back. Then you in my ass Was on site so in between my junior and senior year. I lived in austin for over two months intern. Forty hours a week and Do we start ping pong. Ben or. I don't think it was us. Fulltime wasn't till you fulltime. Yeah that the real the ping pong era really broke out I think like you actually reported to the guy who reported to me Which is just to give you all an idea of how many people i was in charge of at one point more than anything because my boss disappeared for two years. Anyway so jared. I got to be co workers at a leaderless company which resulted playing a shit ton a ping pong together like a lot like at least i would say a minimum to a bad day. Like poop played only two games. That's because we worked hard that yes yes so like. We had like fifty plus employees at our peak. And and frankly many of these people were terrible to play ping pong. They were either not athletic. Or just fucking awkward and weird about it or too serious and not fun or shitty style of play so jared eventually became my exclusive ping pong partner for a really long time. I didn't play against anyone else. It was probably really weird for the rest of the office. Now that i'm thinking about it. Like i would play any anybody who wanted to because i was the number one ranked player in the office. Now i wasn't necessarily i wouldn't play anybody you exactly which is really funny. Shows how much i played. And sometimes i'd see him playing somebody else and be like fucking slut you know. Yeah so the reason. why ross. And i are the two best people that you could like. Watch ping pong with as a spectator and i mean for amateurs. Obviously in watching the pros fun. Because they're like going insane. Yeah sure sure. That's fun or whatever but if you watch people who are like really good at ping pong. Oddly who shouldn't be it's me and ross and the reason why it's so fine because our play styles could not be more opposite. And i mean and we've played each other for like has to be a thousand games at this point so the rallies do gopher a way longer than they should. Frankly we've had over minute long rallies. Multiple jared ends up twenty three feet away from the table. We used to play. And here's one of the problems we have to discuss today with our audience. Is that we. We had an office. That was just ridiculously large. It was a warehouse with a ping. Pong table is an old paint factoring. And we'll now we're at a house is small house in south austin More like imagine like silicon valley styles so like we don't have a place to put a ping pong table other than the garage. Yeah and like the driveway not flat. And it's wendy. I cannot play window. Hell no hell no wind affected. Ping pong is for dorks in california and the other problem is one hundred forty seven degrees outside and The other problem is the garage is pretty low. So there's not going to be like the ability to like just be as much of a dick bag when you unnecessarily spike one down the other person's throw you know. Yeah that being said there is good chance for extremely funny injury which presents itself. Another anger angle for entertainment. Yeah all of this. Is to say jared naive discussed for weeks now like dude. The one thing we're missing is a ping pong table. We've got like ridiculous gaming. Pc's we just got which in fact for for their gaming pc's but also fully capable of all the media stuff that we need to do as well which obviously the more important part yet like jared's in their crushing hours and hours of video editing at every single day at this point But we did. Just get jared and the formula bone team which is just jared A brand new like f..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"The humor of the game you play a lot of games especially older ones that are marketed as humorous often. They are not But this game was really funny and fun. And i love all the characters so i will say know nine point five. Wow this is one of my favorite games now. love it love it. Thank you for playing with glad we got to play it and we all loved it but heather. Maybe we're wrong. Maybe we were wrong. We've got reviews from all over the internet and if we had a positive take on this game then these will be negative reviews and if we had a negative take these will be positive reviews from idiots but we all we all love this game so these reviews will be negative reviews from well. I mean us maybe. The i've seen the reviews. I generally think that when people don't like something and they articulated pretty good point about it. I'm like that's not for you but when a game at and somebody's like i like this i got stuck behind a garbage can for like thirty five minutes in game glitch doubt but it was fun. I'm like no man. No go ahead neck. I've got one. This is for metacritic this from seth. You phoenix right is a terrible edition to the crime genre. In fact it's a crime of the game. Developers have even made. This game starts by showing you who did the crime. What's the point lead because investigate if you already showed us who did it. It's pointless not to mention how bad the actual game plays. All you do is say. Objection and cut scene. Place do that about eight times. You pretty much completed. The game not true. If i was in office game was being made. I would have objected to this game's development being pushed forward. Stop stop stop. This isn't your funk in writing sample That was a zero david. Zero out of ten and one of forty seven users found this helpful out of forty seven degree. Thirty six out of forty seven people were writing to find it helpful. I also have a review from metacritic. This is from warren. Almost took that seth review. Nick almost took it. This is the review above that one. The writing of phoenix right is pretty much on par with every other anime. You've ever seen. I don't hate anime not at all. But unlike a lot of anime fans. I realized a lot of it's just plain cliche and phoenix rights. Writing is on that very level but of course is a game so the writing is in everything if a game plays challenging and interesting. It's all good but unfortunately phoenix right. Doesn't have that going. forward either. Game is far far too lenient on you for example. You can't go to court unless you have all the evidence meaning. You can't accidentally miss evidence. Which would be more interesting. Because then cases could be easier harder have different verdicts depending on your detective. Work if the judge or someone else asks you a question the answer is either extremely obvious or if you picked the wrong one you just get another chance to choose and when things get dire the game will sometimes toss a day x. factor at you to save the day so i think this is a reasonable negative review. I do think wanting this to be a more realistic trial process on a game where the guy has basically a bird for hair on the cover of the package is asking a little bit much but yeah. That's that's what i mean. When i'm like a review with i give it a four for barely even being a game but at least not making me want to kill myself. She's.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Humanity is facing catastrophe. The report said extreme weather events are on the rise as a result of that human induced warming. And there's plenty of extreme weather right now across the globe in greece. Fires a continuing to devastate entire towns and record. Temperatures are taking hold in southern europe and north africa. The where we saw the most concerning fires in the last week well fires that they thought were in remission. Have now up again and the severe heat. Waves are expected to reach areas of spain and italy to as the country's brace for temperatures of around forty seven degrees celsius and that's not to mention the recent devastation caused by weather events exacerbated by climate change including fires in turkey and siberia. Look at that sheet of flame from that has happened within minutes and now it's coming from both sides and floods in germany and china still begging people all over the place of the. The doesn't all happen to kris and the families forced from their homes in bangladesh. Knowing they'll never be able to return backgrounds crumlin dhaka's crumbling under under people coming here. This is the stupi. I'm this is happening in real time. And i think the world doesn't know enough about climate change is happening now to how can we stop it. You're listening to sky. Needs climate costs with me. Anna jones ami katharina the toxin. This week we're taking the most sobering assessment about climate. Change that we've ever seen an asking. What can we do to solve the problem. Yes a country in the district. Court really has been the talk of the town. Hasn't it this week headlines everywhere. A lot of coverage in the media. We've heard a lot about it but if you can do us the honor of giving us the standout points for mates. It's i know. It's a tough a tough ask. Well scientists have been working on it for about three years and they assessed over fourteen thousand pieces of scientific evidence and research part shot. Try in one minute. Don't don't don't tie me. I'll do my best to my best to summit upside right. So what does the report show as well to break it down. And this is the first of three parts of the ipcc's report and this one looks at the science of where our planet is now in terms of its climate and produces has produced various scenarios that projects where our climate will be in the future. So let's take first part shall we. Where are we now. So it is unequivocal. Human activity has contributed to the woman of global surface. Temperature and atmosphere and scientists have estimated that so far that's been warming of around one point one degrees celsius above pre industrial levels. So that's from about eighteen fifty until now and the fastest rate of warming in the last two thousand news has happened in the last forty years that we're seeing that woman happening at an unprecedented rate and now looking forward into the projections and various different scenarios. When it comes to emissions the report found that even if we work tomorrow to suddenly shift to very low levels of emissions of greenhouse gases that's a carbon dioxide nitrous oxide methane. We will still hit one point five degrees celsius of warming in the next twenty years. We're locked into that. There is an irreversible change over the next few decades. We're also locked into at least half a meter of sea level rise continuing arctic sea level melts and the increase in severity and frequency of extreme weather so things like heat waves into the wildfires. Such you've seen in southern europe over the last few weeks drought. Tropical storms like cyclones at leading to flooding. So so bring assessment really. Yes that's right. And i have seen quite so many people on social media. Talk about how scary a report is when this is essentially the most authoritative view of what's happening to the planet's climate today and as you say it went comes a shock to to climate scientists but at the same time seeing in those bull terms and does sound alarming. So let's focus on that glimpse of optimism shall we because it isn't all politics to talk us through why we shouldn't give up hope. Yes the report. Isn't supposed to scare people into thinking this is it. This isn't game over. There are calls to action within it and and it looks as i said various different scenarios in the future and it does show that if we were to put in deep what we are. Governments are industries what we can just communities if we would commit to deep and profound cuts to our emissions levels. We could stick to that one point five degrees celsius threshold of warming their thereabouts and even start to see the worst effects of that climate change start to diminish towards the end of the century and that is the real key positive message we could take from this report that it's not too late and realize what it does is it also puts the uk in the spotlight ahead of cop twenty six which is just around the corner and eighty days away now and accompany. We've been talking about it for so long is rapidly approaching and we'll put the spotlight in terms of what we're doing with our decarbonising plans with our mission's plans. But there are a couple of reports this week about what. The u k strategy is have suggested it might actually be a bit more fragile than anyone would like us to believe. Yes that's right and we've still announcements to come. Haven't we from the government about how it's going to meet. It's very ambitious targets but one of those reports that you were talking about was one. That's come out. That said that blue hydrogen could have been a key. Part of the government's plan to to bring down our greenhouse gas emissions this form of hydrogen could actually be twenty percent worse for the climate at the burning natural gas potentially but a bad news for the prime minister just a few days after that report. Yeah and that's not all those new analysis from wwf. The world wildlife fund claiming that the march twenty twenty one budget didn't add up to the to the uk government delivering on its climate promises. They said that the climate mitigation policies equate to just one hundred forty five million pounds but policies that will drive up emissions at such as a controversial fuel. Duty equate.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on UN News

UN News

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the united nations u. n. with experts said on thursday that they're actively looking into a possible record temperature for continental europe of forty eight point eight degrees celsius one hundred nineteen point eight degrees fahrenheit in the town of siracusa in sicily the world meteorological organization said it could not yet confirm or deny the temperature reading which was taken on wednesday by agricultural forecasting service on the island. And not the official italian weather service. Only days ago the intergovernmental panel on climate change issued a report highlighting the indisputable impact of human activity on extreme weather events. The w m said that. A rapid response team is now in contact with the sicilian weather service in order to decide if this new temperatures spike beats europe's existing high of forty eight degrees celsius one hundred and point four degrees fahrenheit which happened in athens on the tenth of july. Nineteen seventy seven. The development comes amid fresh heat wave alerts and concerns over wildfires in algeria where the national weather service forecast temperatures of at least forty four degrees celsius or one hundred eleven point two degrees fahrenheit with highs of perhaps forty seven degrees celsius or one hundred sixteen point six degrees fahrenheit the extent of the massive forest blazes in the north african country were clearly visible from space and published on tuesday by nasa one image captured by the akwa satellite showed a vast plume of smoke. Oh the northern algeria. We're more than sixty two thousand hectares of burnt so far this year. According to the european forest fire information system afghanistan has seen a huge spike in mass displacement since may and humanitarian are increasingly concerned about the country's people as taliban forces make fresh territorial gains. The un has warned some three hundred nine hundred thousand people have been forced to flee conflicts across the country since the start of the year according to the un office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs. The agency noted to that between the first of july and the fifth of august five thousand eight hundred internally displaced people had arrived in kabul with hundreds more now arriving each day according to latest reports the most vulnerable have now received assistance including food household items water and sanitation support. Although most of the new arrivals have been hosted by families and friends a growing number staying in the open. The ocha said to help them. Eight assessment teams have been deployed and temporary health clinics and mobile health teams already up and running despite the worsening security situation humanitarian agencies. Continue to deliver assistance to those in need reaching seven point. Eight million people in the first six months of the year additional funds urgently needed however as the one point three billion dollar humanitarian response plan for afghanistan is only thirty eight percent funded. Three new candidate drugs are being tested in the latest phase of global trials to find effective treatments against cove in nineteen the world. Health organization's announced the therapies. Artisan eight attended and inflicts up will be tested on hospitalized corona virus patients in fifty two countries under a solidarity plus program. The drugs are already being used to treat other conditions. There have been more than two hundred and three million confirmed cases of cova nineteen according to the w. h. o. Which noted that the world hit the two hundred million mark last week just six months after infections past one hundred million speaking in geneva agency. Chief tendrils adenoma gabrielle. Jesus underscored the critical need to find more effective and accessible cove. Thousand nine therapeutics. He said that although oxygen decks zone. And i'll six blockers were effective in treating patients. We need more for patients at all ends of the clinical spectrum from mild to severe disease. Tetris insisted that how work is needed to be trained to use. These therapeutics to three drugs are selected by an independent panel for their potential in reducing the risk of death and people hospitalized for cova nineteen katie dartford un news..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

"Like it's very. You can taste the mango very well. But like like lisa said you can taste other little things. We can't pinpoint but you know they're. They're tastes like an adapt agenda and it's like the texture is really nice. It's not too icy kind of smooth and if you eat mangoes a lot. I sometimes do when they when they start when like in season and they get between your teeth. These don't get in between your teeth right between your teeth. I love that on the box. It says fifty calories per bar two hundred ten per container like who's going to get a whole box of women with all might all right. This is really yummy. Okay so these bars come in. How many flavors we're we're tasting to but they come in four. Yes let's try the next one. And then i'll tell you the other flavors great make you wait for it thinks. This is strawberry in chill suspense. I'm refreshed all the time we saw that up. I have a enlightened fun fact that it has to do with us. Ooh i'm pretty sure. I'm not sure actually. If it's the first or second episode that we ever did but michael was on it he was from. I remember it might have been the first one. I think it was the first one. Didn't oh this is this one's even like slush year. I love the texture of this michaels. The best truly i think he like a personal trainer and he started the company when he was in his mid twenties. I don't want to say he's a kid but he's a young man. I have another fun. Fact michael and i have the exact same first name. Obviously michael and the first two letters of our last name. Michael exit really. Are you really. You just come up with that or ram you've been thinking about this. The whole time optimized the strawberries grading. It's so tart. I love it. It's like the texture is like so great. I don't know how do they make these fruit. Bars have like a slushy texture almost if they told us they have to kill us because we know how easy it is to break with all natural bars. Trans eager the flavor like it tastes like you're eating a strawberry. Something with the mango. I feel like it literally tastes like you're eating the fruit that it is a thought you were going to take the strawberry. Strawberry snozzberries knows berry sixty calories for this. How much is the whole. You don't get these stats on this one. I guess that's so funny. Only four grams of sugar regular fruit bar has fourteen. How you're feeling before. I tell you the adapt aginst. I'm feeling chill. I'm feeling relaxed. I'm feeling happy. Blessed tag this this includes blessings is the name of the death had no. It's lavender for relaxation and camomile. Which is known for its calming. I definitely feel calm. Wow considering. I'm on a podcast broadcasting to hungry girl enthusiasts chilling com love. This bar very impressed especially because it's one hundred and forty seven degrees outside today. So i especially like it nice delicious. Which one did you like more. I mean i'm such a mango fan. I can't get enough mango so mangled me up. I'm the same way. But i might like the strawberry even more it's delicious. It's really hard to pick. Honestly i would. I have a lot of plans for this. I would make out. actually. I would put it in the slushy. I would like shop it up. Put it in a blender. Make us this idea. Michael would be heck. Yes we did the other flavors. You wanna know. Guess watermelon and suv. Ooh and pineapple and renew. I know. I said there's four flavors but i see another one coconut an immunity. Oh before we jump in and taste test the next product jamie has some exciting news about a giveaway. A do i do all right so are going to be giving away free product coupons. You can get a free pint of ice cream of free box of these fruit bars. And here's how un you're going to post a link to this podcast episode which you can find it. Hungry dash dot com slash podcast. You're going to go to the hungry. Go community on facebook. You're gonna post that link and you're gonna tell us until everyone which product in this episode you are most excited about. You gotta listen till the end so you know what to be excited about where we could cheat you could cheat or you could just say the fruit bars and call it a day And tag hungry girl and we're gonna be picking maybe one or two people who are gonna winsome free stuff okay. But don't don't go away because we have more ways you could win throughout the episode which is really exciting next up. We're gonna taste the enlightened. Kito cookie dough bites a product that i last year when i tried them originally when they first came out i like them so much. I went to place an order. And i accidentally ordered like forty bucks. It was the funniest thing. It's like i was like. Oh are they sending me a present and literally like five boxes with dry. Ice showed up. And i'm like no i checked my order and i literally ordered like i don't know how many of each flavor quote unquote accident. But let me tell you. Why love this product. Because it is not kito person right and i know enlightened as having like major success with all their kito stuff i find a lot of kito products for me personally have way too much fat. They focus on the wrong things. Not the stuff that. I'm mostly interested in but this product a homerun on every level because the calorie counts are so reasonable at scary. Like you get twenty four of these for ninety calories. I'm frightened gary. Twenty four these for one hundred ten calories. And when i say these i'm going to define what those are twenty four of these for ninety calories and the flavors we have. Today are the brownie bites the cookie dough bites which is basically a chocolate chip cookie and peanut butter cookie. Who bites what we with. Mike is favourite. No last save it last. all right. we're going to start with you. Don't know true. But i have a good field for me personally. The peanut butter what. I'm sure we'll be the best. So i don't like these come frozen. You have to keep them in the freezer. Because that's the best way to eat them. the textures the best. don't like eat them when they're defrosted. They're made with really interesting ingredients. Almonds milk protein pasteurized milk and cream. Butter unsweetened chocolate. But a just the right amount of it to make you be able to eat like tons of them for not a lot of calories which is like. They're so cute the cutest things in the world and digging through rice cream for your favorite couldn't as clear favourite and we're trying chocolate chip chewy. Oh my god. they're amazing. It's like authentic cookie other chocolate chip trenches cookie dough. Exactly first of all. I have to say the chips are like spot on. This is like very rich. Amazing chocolate taken around. Just gonna take them all for you. Thank you i this is. This is my favorite. But i always say that whatever flavor from eating is my favorite window and literally twenty four of these for ninety calories and you could just pop them like a snack. You could put them on your ice cream. They also have protein to rate five grams of protein only points. I literally can't stop eating now that i've started. Oh you think that. I still have my forty bags. I don't hey. Can i tell you a fun fact. Yes the product pages read. Imdb page because it tells you what pints feature us so it says these chocolate chip cookie to bites as featured in the carol chocolate. Double dough ice cream Very fun next up. We're trying tell me where they're featured. These are brownie dope bites very snack straight from the bat already. I'm joe we catch..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"To eight hundred eight sherry well. Recent my lovely wife likes to have the bedroom Very very cool at night she. She likes the set that thermometer right around forty seven degrees. That sounds right to you like that to forty seven. Better sleep that way. Yeah yeah. But i can't feel my limbs but that's fine So last night. I'm not making this up last night just before we went to bed. I noticed that the air conditioning was not functioning. And i had to tell her that and she does not like to hear bad news. She's kind of like the godfather but you have to bring it to her right away and so she said what. Are you going to do anything that goes wrong is ultimately my fault. And i said i'm going to call first thing in the morning which i did. So we're on the air doing the show and this is one of the great things about working from home. I think everybody who does can relate to this. If you have a service call your there. If you can break away for a few minutes you might have to say you know. I'll get you after the zoom meeting or for me. It's in between when you. And i are talking but you can't break away and so the guy came in and it's the same guy who installed our new system in the attic About a year ago. And i said hey how you doing his name is jerry. I said any do jerry. And he says what's wrong. And i tell them it's not functioning and he goes up there and one of the things about cellphones as you can take a picture of something and show people so johnny came and right there in the cell phone. It's all clogged up. And he said you need a new little extension here. I'm going to clean it up. You'll be just fine won't take long forty-five minutes later you and i break again. I go up there. And i said how much jeremy he says. One hundred seventy seven dollars and that that didn't exactly if it's a small problem and this is for everything it could be air conditioning. It could be a your floor is buckling if it's a small thing that's hundred seventy seven dollars if it's a medium thing. It is six hundred eighty dollars. And if you got a problem it is right around. Eighteen hundred dollars is what i've figured out owning a house so I said thank you very much and let me read you. Chuck here aright hundred seventy seven dollars. Thank you jerry. Thank you very much. And i'm glad that you're our technician because you know the house and the system and he said awesome possum. I beg don't know what to do with that. I didn't know where to go with it. I just. I've never had a guy say awesome possum to me. Be like dingy. Say well. I i stood there and just i didn't do much of anything I'm not the kind of a guy that you would. You know nickname possum. Some guys you can be hawse not horse back one of those guys but awesome blossoms an expression you have to have certain accents so that it rhymes. Yeah yeah awesome awesome awesome. Now you need a multi purpose standard response anytime. Someone says something to you that you don't know what to do with them. I'm gonna give it to you now. Are you ready okay. You just say in an enthusiastic tearful way for sure. Try that use amax. Ub the ub the awesome possum guy. Okay all right. That'd be one hundred seventy seven dollars can you. Here's your check. Thank you very much. Awesome boston for sure. Yeah that's your bowl. That was yeah. Have you ever heard of anybody saying awesome possum to another you have. Oh yeah yeah. I've heard that. How have i miss this. Well we move in different circles. Don't we oh. I see over at the golf golf club. It's just different. Is that what you're implying. Perhaps you've all heard my husband's speak in his gravelly dumbly deep southern voice expressions awesome possum. I mean i hear that kind of stuff. All the time yeah. I can't believe that that went blind me though. Hey you know what this is. My this is my radio brilliance. If i was the program director they they say i te bob. You're going to be the Operations manager of country music station. We don't even know what we're going to call it. I call it the possum. Because first of all george jones one of the greats that was his nickname and then every time we have a contest. We what it is. Awesome possum somebody you know. We get somebody from the sales department. Commencais awesome possum with that network is they're not Is there not any country. Radio station named the possum anywhere in this country. What a failure on the part of broadcasting. If there isn't i'm checking it'd be a gration and it would be even a worse failure if worthy posit there is yeah. You found their webster. Do they have awesome possum on the website. I haven't gotten that far yet. But there are radio stations. in fact there's more than one called the possum. My my daughter works A retail job and people come in and they say random things to her every hour of every day that she's working and she replies to everything no matter how random it is with sure thing absolutely for sure. It's the multipurpose response to everything. Isn't that great. She learned to do that at such a young age. That for sure thing. Yeah that's a good one for strong and when the guy says have a good one chief youtube for sure for sure see see it comes off as positive and friendly can do. Yeah okay well. We learned something. He's a really nice guy. As a matter of fact. He's awesome possum. Bob and sheri reviews sent to your phone and qualify for a fandango gift card next movie to eight. Eight eight bob sherry. It is time now for the people's movie critic and his review of the newly controversial matt damon in stillwater. Hey hey Controversy is right. This movie is loosely. Based only amanda knox story and buddy. She is not happy about it. She posted on twitter and she says desmond name belong to me my face. What about my life. What is my name refer to event. I had no hand in. I return these questions because otherwise continue to profit off of my name face and story without my consent. Most recently. The film still water. And you know what i get it. I mean i really do but i don't know what can be done about it because the majority of stories that books and movies are based on is something that has happened to somebody at some time and i'm sure that over the course of time the same events similar to hers as happened to a lotta people. She just happens to be the one that caught the attention of the media. This this is not the only time this has ever happened. So i mean can't would end ground. Gave the background of who she is because some people may not retail. She's overseas in europe. And her roommate winds up being murdered and she's arrested for it and this has been going on for over a mean they keep retrying. I mean they retried or twice yet and finally let her off so she was convicted twice of it and on a third trial she was released to now. She lives in the united states in. It'll all of that. Went on in italy. Yes yes now. This is a little bit different. But i mean honestly you can see what they're trading on the headlines. I'm sure they are but you know but law and order has been doing that forever. I mean so. I.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Three if the admiral after his shortening of sale as aforesaid shall make more sail again then he to shoot three lights one above another four. If the admiral shall happen to haul in the night then to make a wavering light over his other light wavering the light upon a pole five if the fleet should happen to be scattered by weather or other mishap then so soon as one shall describe another to. Hoy's both topsoils twice if the weather will serve and to strike them twice again but if the weather served not then to hoist the main topsail twice and forthwith to strike at twice again six if it shall happen a great fog to fall then presently every ship to bear up with the admiral. If there'd be wind but if it be akam then every ship to ho and so two lie at hall it clear and if the fog do continue long then the admiral to shoot off to pieces every evening and every ship to answer it with one shot and every man bearing to the ship that is to leeward. So near as he may seven every master to give charge unto the watch to look out well for laying aboard one of another in the night and in fogs eight every evening every ship to hail the admiral and so follow stern him sailing thorough the ocean and being on the coast every ship to hail him both morning and evening nine if any ship be endanger in any way by leak or otherwise than she to shoot off a piece and presently to hang out one night whereupon every man to bear towards her answering her with one light for a short time and so to put it out again thereby to give knowledge that they have seen her token ten. When so ever the admiral she'll hang out her and sign in the main shrouds then every man to come aboard her as a token of council eleven if there happen any storm or contrary win to the fleet after the discovery whereby they are separated then every ship to repair unto their last. Good port there to meet again. Our course agreed. Upon the course i to be taken for. The discovery is to bear directly to cape race the most southerly cape of newfoundland and their to harbor ourselves either in rog. No or firmness being the first places appointed for our rendezvous and the next harbors unto the northward of cape race and therefore every ship separated from the fleet to repair to that place. So fast as god shall permit whether you shall fall to the southward or to the northward of it and they're to stay for the meeting of the whole fleet the space of ten days. And when you shall depart to leave marks beginning our course from silly the nearest is by west. Southwest if the wind serve until such time as we have brought ourselves in the latitude of forty three or forty four degrees because the ocean is subject much to southerly winds in june july then to take traverse from forty five to forty seven degrees of latitude if we be enforced by contrary winds and not to go to the northward of the height of forty seven degrees of september renault latitude. By no means if god shall not enforce the contrary but to do your endeavour to keep in the height of forty six degrees so near as you can possibly because cape race lee about that height no doubt if by contrary winds we'd be driven back upon the coast of england then to repair unto silly for a place of our assembly or meeting if we be driven back by contrary winds that we cannot pass the coast of ireland than the place of our assembly to be at bear haven or baltimore haven if we shall not happen to meet at cape race then the place of rendezvous to be at cape breton or the nearest harbour unto the westward of cape breton.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on The Big Story

"Production. I'll keep this simple. I'm not an expert. But i know this is bad no matter where you are in western canada right now. It is very hard to escape. The heat one usually strong ridge of high pressure bubbled up of the province on friday. Creating a heat dome and that dome is trapping air that it's hot an oppressive now. Canada has reached its highest recorded temperature part of british columbia reach forty six point six degrees celsius yesterday. Officials did announce the right now. The health risks associated with the heat wave outweigh those associated with cova nineteenth whenever we see whether anomalies like this. The first question we asked is usually about climate change. And it's a simple one. Did we 'cause this the answer is never quite as simple but it's also usually at least partially yes. We did on the other side of that equation. Though people who believe in human made climate change are quick to ridicule folks who discount that because it gets cold in the winter so the obvious question is. Are we doing the same thing because of a few unprecedented days of summertime. Heat does the same theory. That weather is not climate. Apply to the scary records that we're seeing set all across the west coast. What is a heat dome anyway and not to sound stupid but how does it work and more critically. Is this something we need to plan for. As part of our summer's now as the world warms up if it is what should canadians and more importantly the cities they live in and the governments. They vote for. Be doing to adapt to it. Is this incredible spike in temperature. The wakeup call that we've been expecting or did we miss the wakeup call. And this is the sign that now it's too late. I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story catherine. Heyhoe is a renowned canadian climate scientists. She's also the author of the upcoming saving us a climate scientists case for hope and healing in a divided world. The new book comes out on september twenty first but catherine heyhoe joins us today. Hey catherine thank you for having me. Oh you're very welcome. And maybe before we get into the discussion around climate change and long term trends just as a weather phenomenon. Can you explain what's happening in british columbia and the pacific northwest right now. Oh my goodness well. It's not like we haven't known for years and even decades that climate change would make our heat extremes even stronger but when you see with your own eyes in a place where you might live or people you know live. It is just a whole other level of shocking. We often think of climate. Change is a distant issue that will affect only future generations or people who live far away but today we know it is here here it is now and it is affecting us in our families and our friends and our loved ones in places that matter to every single one of us the way i think about it is. Climate change is loading the weather dice against us so we always have a chance of rolling a double six. A heat wave of flood a wildfire a storm but as the world warms decade by decade. And of course canada's warming twice as fast as the global average. It's as if that warming is sort of sneaking in and taking some of those numbers on our dice and replacing some of those sixes with sevens. And that's what we're seeing today. So what exactly is A heat dome. Which is what. I've heard this phenomenon called so often the past week. A heat dome is a cloak you'll term for what we atmospheric scientists call a high pressure system and a high pressure system is usually kind of circular so a sort of looks like dome and it sits over an area and what it does is it sort of traps the the air in the heat there and it suppresses convection which is what leads to precipitation in hot weather so not only. Is it hot. it's dry. And the dryer it gets the hotter it gets the hotter. It gets the derive at guess. It is a vicious feedback cycle. How bad has it gotten over the past few days in these areas we sort of heard some reports of all time high temperatures in canada. Oh yes well. We broke the record with forty six point six degrees and then i think we have broke it again with forty seven degrees celsius. I mean we're not numbers that you with. Canada as dave phillips who's been one of the top meteorologists at environment canada for years and even decades as dave said he says it doesn't even feel like canada. This doesn't sound like canada. were you expecting. And i don't mean like expecting his in this week or this month or whatever but is this something. Climate scientists have been expecting for awhile now to see these kind of rapid jumps. Well we have already known through tracking temperature over years decades and even centuries. We know that canada is already breaking hot. hot month. Records three times more frequently than we'll break in cold month records. So it's it's three times more likely to have a record breaking hot month in candidate today than it. Was you know one hundred years ago. We also know that. We're breaking lot more individual heat records in canada than cold temperature records and these are the statistics that have been changing gradually decade by decade. So we know that we're getting more high temperature extremes but when we see these massive outliers that break all of our national records anywhere anytime as far as any. Thermometers have ever measured across canada. That can't help but be shocking to all of us as humans because this is where we live. This is our country this is these are our lives that are being affected by these records. I'm glad you mentioned cold. Temperatures as well. Because i wanted to ask about that. I know when it gets really really cold in the winter here or anywhere for that matter. You kind of hear people saying oh you know well. How can it be global warming if it's so freezing cold and and our response to them is often. That weather is different from climate And i guess. I just want to poke a little bit on the opposite end here and say you know. Is this unprecedented heatwave. Do only to climate change or is this. You know a mixture of like this is just whether to. It's an unexpected heat spell. Well it's always both and in fact it's cold outside whereas global warming now is such a common question that i actually made a global weirding episode specifically about that. I have a little youtube series. I do with pd called at global weirding and one of them is about. How do i know it's getting warmer when it's cold outside but what we have is we have our natural weather patterns with climate change on top of them so we have our natural weather dice that have ones and twos on them as well as fives and sixes right so we always have a chance of rolling those double ones or double twos which could be the cold temperatures but we're getting more and more sixes and even some sevens on our dice so it's like climate change is loading the natural weather dice against us. People often ask well. Was this heat. Wave climate change or was that hurricane climate change. And i say that's not the right question because we know we've always had heat waves and hurricanes storms and floods wildfires droughts and more. We know that they've existed. You know as long as been humans on this planet even before that but what's happening is climate. Change is exacerbating the making them worse so the question now is how much worse did climate change. Make this event. We haven't crunched the numbers yet for this heat. Wave but for past heat waves like. I don't know if you remember a year ago. Last june in siberia it was over a hundred degrees fahrenheit in siberia and scientists calculated that that heat wave was made six hundred times more likely because.

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"Through saturday So stop by the shop and enjoy That the festivities going to be a lively out there on saturday Fellows just a really good time out there the weekend for it. Isn't it dan father's day and all day isn't it. Is it still supposed to be nine hundred. Forty seven degrees as we can probably. Let's see here surface of the sun. I thought ninety degrees on saturday we get away. Get a cool. Yeah that's Tomorrow thursday is supposed to be Our last real hot day for a while. Monday supposed to be eighty one guys. I don't mean to be too far ahead. But that's nice when i see if if we get really really hot all we have to do is just go. Drive up into the mountains and it cools off right away. Yeah no that's absolutely or just dump ice cold water on her head. I don't know what we can do. A t shirt contest. Three of us that nobody would want to see we. Could we could do that. That would be something we might have to pay people to come to attend voluntarily him. I don't think you could pay people enough to come see you. Don't blame them. I don't blame him one bit. I'm just putting out ideas. Maybe we could do a car wash and raise money or have you tried that towel that you wrap in soak it in water and wrap around your neck. You're supposed to like not strangle yourself with it. But just like put the towel in the freezer and it gets cold ne- put around your neck and you stay cold hours afterwards. Yeah kitchens. it lasts about ten minutes. Ten minutes is better than zero. It's true that is very true. I will have to try that so you just get wet and let's get you. Don't even ask it in the freezer wet and then you just wrap it around your neck humid or the lack of humidity here won't cause the water to evaporate out.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

Are Weeb There Yet?

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

"Already losing it. Can't boy us cavalry. And they're going down. Rose sharp turn on on the track and longest foothold. Snap off like those straps around his feet because he's put too much weight on it when he's taking the turn he's not slow down enough and capital says. Hey make sure you get this shit fixed up. 'cause i wanna win against the based on your skill and not because of a caterer breaking technical error. I would approve better than you. This guy's like damn okay kid so that back at the shop ricky switches above gives us to clips instead of the straps that ways but actually slip his foot like in easier than switch feet and meanwhile capital is. Ask indoor skate park. And it looks just like a gymnasium. But there's like scheme stuff in there skate ramps and he's doing an interview with some journalists talking to them and all the kids are kinda begrudgingly has taken a ball or timing taking up space in the ski purchased do an interview everyone resents and we see the phantom walking around unlike upstairs like the catwalk talking about maintenance over the building leo repair that we'll get that fixed up. He's clearly got money or some power within the skate. Business as well as the community. But he's just like so fucking evil with. He's so evil he. There's something about this feller that i just. He's so fun he's funny. Because what a weird. What a weird like like. You said like johnny sammy. Disney channel esque ville. Like how is he avail and we don't. He's got this point at this point. He hasn't really done anything he just seems like. He's obsessed with longa like watching. This weird skate cult. That i'm sure he rules or whatever he's got them. Yeah i just want to bring the disney channel movie brink. I didn't watch it. But i know it exists. It's up there. It's got similar vibes anyway. So he's walking around talking about it and then back down with the interviews with campoy cabinet. We get a few shotty practicing for like the pictures put in with the interview is it. Yeah sure i'll do tricks for you. And everyone has to clear out so cowboy can practice and two disgruntled. Skaters fuck tat. But you know what we're gonna mess with them. We see in wildcats practicing the two disgruntled skaters shoot their skateboards on the ground at caballo defined mess up his trick cowboy just kicks off his skateboard in atlanta. There's and last trick perfectly is like bitching guys. You're better than me. I'm seeing. I'm the best there is and Meanwhile raking language still practicing on their own see them skating around and We go to like a a parking garage and longa stung about al. Let's keep where he loses speed. When he's taking the turn snowboards he can just clyde on the snow and keep going for the skateboarding attempt to slow down or to like. We've seen the straps on his Feet breaker the trucks. Like all the state board snap off. Because they're not not meant to go at that angle and then all of a sudden securities there again out of here. You can't fire narrative wells. Jason i'm out and When they're running from this guy chasing log instead and as right keith. leaving. Like i'll meet you back at the shop trips over the base like the bottom part of like a spinney chair for computer does get the wheels that rotate like two hundred eight hundred three hundred sixty nine hundred forty seven degrees. I dunno math. I think spin around. He's spitting out code. The wheels just spin around full circle trips over there. And he's like at super garbage. He wait a minute and so see longitude back into the shop and took him a longer because he had the security of running after his. Uh god what have to chase after me. what are you doing. Rakings like I got a new board for ya. Who had this baby up. And you're going to be doing no tat and they start watching videos and saying how good he is in raking mentioned like it doesn't seem like he's having fun. He's lost the joy of skating. He doesn't love the board. And then it cuts receipt chapel at school. And some dude in a fucking sue william and like its shadow or a silhouette just basically like bumps in the dabbling remember. You're the hero. And here's suchet with slide. Fuck this guy because we find out. It's not as parents. What is this dude. Is life forcing them to do this. And while he's at school we see them. Walking around bumps like of the kids and one of them recognizes Like oh hey didn't use to hang out with capital no. I don't know who that is. Cap let go home. He sees his parents. And they're like oh yet. Interviewers are asking like some early photos of you skateboarding lee as a little kid so we were trying to pick out. What about this one here. You're with your skating friend. You're so happy together. Cap takes crumpled up now out take pictures so clearly baggage even though he's fucking twelve and we cut to the phantom canceling his plans for the weekends because he's got a party to attempt to I have to watch my news. You calling him. The phantom religious makes worse. Because i'm like the phoenix royd early during log in. He's just some fun skating executive. It's so weird and it is time to. It's time to s. It's time for the and ricky late and everyone's like what the fuck is long long. It doesn't even have a board with the flexi tiller and he brought to justice. Here's your new board. And i love that. We saw seen longer deciding like will siberian wolves on the bottom of the board to be like really cool like menacing and british just real goofy like adventure time. Asiatic like love it. That's skateboarding radio. Shows last minute with this board and tabloid says the fed is if he wins standard competition bed. One of them is the other one has to be their servants. Which is weird. That's never not weird to me Keeping with the animal theme the actual word was be their pet. Yeah it's like Interesting yeah so Kabylie says if he wins longa has to be his lapdog. And and if longa wins he'll be longest pet dog or cat and he specifically says cat because he's a cat boy cat house. God it did. You really have to put that line in there got picked out. Don't make me change it. Yeah definitely gloves ears in the tail like relax. It's my whole thing to my identity. So that while they're setting up there. At the top of the hill we see cheri jo skating in talking about who will win and if they should do beds and i love that both of them have their own group of anger behind them..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Remember what happened in the early forties. wish you forty member. It's how how encounters. Well the supposedly preselected barry allen spoilers. No that's right. And oh yeah. I forgot that was during waves. Run on flash. It was all doom issue issue. Thirty and thirty one. And it's gonna be a crossover with the flash room covering flashed vast sixty nine and seventy the gorilla gorilla garage. Hey monkeys are cool man. We're going to get in a flash crossover those early forties. That's the predator stuff. Yeah and then. What is it around. What forty four forty. Fives like that. What is it trinity. Yeah that sounds right. Yeah then forty six. Is that cross italy. Bring to the superman so after do Death and rain of superman discussion. Or yeah then yeah forty seven degrees arrow issue and then you have forty eight fifty cal rainer takes and then we have to talk about a fridging right so yes got plenty of stuff to look forward to coming up kid so please please aussie fan boy. Email us keep saying lunatics g. dot com or. Call the voicemail. Six one four three eight two two seven three seven six four thirty eight capes and remember you follow sector. Two one. Four passed on facebook twitter. We have the book of. Oh our facebook group up. Please join us there for closing in on fifty members so again all of us get some background on leonard before that show starts whatever on hbo. And that's got to be better than snyder. Come on you're not wrong hours so much better. Oh and i don't know where you can watch it right now. You may not be able to stream it. But i was really impressed with the green lantern animated series That out the cgi series from around the time in the movie. If i guess if it's not on there yet i bet you've probably come in the. Hbo mattress because especially with that series comment because they're adding stuff all the time. Because i see like all. I think all the batman stops there. Now i knew they added justice league not to think this week or last week. I think they added static shock. So i'm probably agree. Leonard suspect common awesome. Because i i saw the first half of. I haven't seen the second half and they start dealing with all the coal. We're going to start at the course. Because you got red lanterns showing up initially and then you get. I think some of the other courses. Well it's been a while. Because i want to go back and that was a good a good show. I wonder if turn animated movies are on there. What i flight than that other. One emerald numeral nights maybe emerald night saturday blu ray side. I really not looking on match. But they might. I don't work here. Justice link all right so yeah so follow us on social media find links to this youtube can wa watch watch this video links to the patriarch links to merge schlink's to everything all the one point three elliott our.

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Student loan company Navient used deceptive practices, audit suggests

All Things Considered

00:57 sec | 4 years ago

Student loan company Navient used deceptive practices, audit suggests

"Washington debate is slated this evening between two candidates in unexpectedly. Contentious Mississippi Senate race, Republican Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith faces a runoff next week against democrat. Mike Espy the runoff race has become embroiled in controversy after a video surfaced on Twitter from a campaign event for Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith in Tupelo Mississippi earlier this month, and it she can be heard praising supporter by saying, quote, if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be on the front row given Mississippi's history of racist violence against black people many observers heard that comment as a disturbing reference to lynching Hyde Smith who is white said in a statement that quote, any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous her opponent. Former congressman in US agriculture secretary. Mike Espy is African American. No candidate got more than fifty percent of the vote on November six sending the race to a runoff. Next week. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd, the head of New York City's board of election says the ballot is the reason for long lines on election day, the perforated to page ballot presented a series of problems never before experienced by the board or anywhere in the country. The only executive director Michael Ryan, he spoke to city council members during a nearly four hour long hearing today said his agency just didn't have enough time to test the scanners with that amount of paper city council speaker Cory Johnson said he expects a full plan from the city and state officials about how to fix these issues for quote, the next election and the one after that and the one after that. The man accused of killing a New York City. Toddler best known as baby hope has died in custody. The New York Times reporting that Corrado Juarez died Sunday due to complications related upon create a cancer. The fifty seven year old former restaurant worker was awaiting trial for the last five years. What is was charged in the murder of four year old on Djelic Custodio whose body was found in a cooler left in a wooded area area in upper Manhattan back in nineteen Ninety-one. Prosecutors say she had been suffocated and molested her killing remained unsolved for more than two decades, and predatory lenders in New Yorker taking advantage of an arcane legal document that allows them to immediately sees borrower's assets when they default, and in some cases, even when they don't the loophole is called a confession of judgment it forces small-time borrowers to forfeit their rights. If the lenders. Decide to sue Bloomberg BusinessWeek reporters Meyde Meidlinger says that most of these lenders are actually from out of state. The lenders have figured out that the New York state court system is the best for what they're trying to do here. And so they typically go to upstate county clerk's offices where people are just kind of sitting there rubber-stamping these judgments, there's no judge involved and mitre says these are impossible to overturn forty seven degrees. Support for NPR comes from i-drive may grow remote PC, providing real time remote access to PC's Maxon servers from anywhere for use win telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote dot com slash NPR. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. Ari Shapiro before heading to his mar-a-lago resort for thanksgiving today. President Trump took questions from reporters on the lawn of the White House as his helicopter waited. The topics included his statement on Saudi Arabia. A legal setback on his new asylum. Restrictions and his daughter Ivanka is use of a personal Email address. He spoke out against the ninth circuit court of appeals the federal appeals court for the western US. That's where judge yesterday temporarily halted the administration's new restrictions on asylum-seekers, Trump suggested the court was biased. No matter. What you do? No

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Boston, England and Vice President discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:02 min | 5 years ago

Boston, England and Vice President discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"Equal opportunity lender news traffic weather and business reports this is wbz newsradio ten thirty serving boston and all of new england wbz news time three eighteen it's forty seven degrees cloudy in boston top stories now speaking from the sidelines of a summit in peru vice president mike pence says the us led airstrikes on syria degraded and crippled the regime's chemical weapons capability fan says the attacks show the us won't tolerate the use of chemical weapons the un secretary general is urging restraint following the air strikes the un says chemical weapons watchdog group is in syria now to examine the targets struck by western forces at pakistan is saying that is it has grave concern over the syrian missile attacks in is calling on all sides to refrain from actions that violate the un charter pakistan also says it condemns the use of chemical weapons by.

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Dc, Facebook and Florida discussed on Colorado's Morning News

Colorado's Morning News

01:54 min | 5 years ago

Dc, Facebook and Florida discussed on Colorado's Morning News

"In all fifty states equal housing lender nmls number thirty thirty next update at eight forty on koa newsradio colorado's news traffic and weather station beautiful day for denver the front range in virtually the entire state of colorado will top out right around seventy degrees this afternoon under mostly sunny skies and just a little bit a win tonight partly cloudy we'll keep it dry the wind starts to pick up tonight will fall to forty five tomorrow we'll be very breezy at times wind gusts up to thirty five miles per hour and much warmer as well highs almost eighty degrees in the metro area tomorrow the combination of the warmth and the wind and a low humidity means fi fire danger red flag warnings already been posted for tomorrow afternoon and then thursday mostly sunny even windier with a high of seventy six from cbs four ashton altieri on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm clear skies forty seven degrees in denver now on colorado's morning news koa newsradio breaking news there's another shakeup in the white house to tell you about press secretary sarah sanders is confirming homeland security advisor tom bossert is leaving he's resigned there are reports that he was asked to step aside by new national security adviser john bolton sanders says the president's grateful to bossert for his commitment to the safety and security of our great country the president went onto wish him well response from the white house on syria's use of chemical weapons could come soon president trump will be staying in dc this weekend to oversee the situation instead of heading to south america for a summit the president held a meeting late yesterday with his military fficials this isn't the first time a president has canceled a foreign trip in order to deal with an urgent issue in two thousand thirteen president obama canceled a four nation week long trip to asia in order to stay in washington because of the government shutdown president trump was scheduled to travel to peru and colombia next week he's hosting japanese prime minister obey at his maralago resort in florida karen travers abc news the white house facebook ceo oh he starts the day one of his.

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Bill Cosby trial: Cosby paid accuser nearly $3.4M, prosecutor says

Morning Edition

01:50 min | 5 years ago

Bill Cosby trial: Cosby paid accuser nearly $3.4M, prosecutor says

"Say it's only for research studies not doctors and their patients john hamilton npr news bill cosby's defense is scheduled to make opening statements today at cosby sexual assault retrial in pennsylvania cosby's lawyer is expected to highlight nearly three and a half million dollar settlement cosby paid to the woman that he's accused of assaulting at his home in two thousand four district attorney kevin steele revealed the settlement in his opening statement yesterday cosby's first trial last year ended with jurors unable to reach a unanimous verdict i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington support for npr comes from the lemelson foundation committed to improving lives through invention in the us and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next generation of inventors more information is available at lemelson dot org and the robert wood johnson foundation at our w j f dot org this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson rain and snow early this morning but it'll switch all to rain after eight am otherwise mostly cloudy through the day today high near forty seven degrees tonight partly cloudy with lows in the mid thirties it'll be mostly sunny for tomorrow wednesday high near fifty four by the afternoon and on thursday look even better partly sunny through the day the high reaching about sixty one degrees on thursday afternoon scott pruitt's ethical lapses aired out on fox news have you made mistakes i think this is something needs to be corrected and it was a mistake it was a mistake by my team so you take responsibility to fix us i'm fixing it do you take responsibility on fixing the problem mistakes by the head of the catch up to him but will he keep his job next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine fm.

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Saudi Arabia says Yemeni rebels fired ballistic missiles, killing 1 in Riyadh

Morning Edition

02:05 min | 5 years ago

Saudi Arabia says Yemeni rebels fired ballistic missiles, killing 1 in Riyadh

"The center of the case are three statements nor salman gave to fbi agents in the hours after the twenty sixteen massacre that left forty nine dead in them she confessed to having supported her husband's plans for the rampage but cell phone evidence presented earlier during her trial contradicts wanted mission that she and her husband case polls before the mass shooting the evidence suggests salman never went near the club her attorneys contend the statements were coerced and falls salman is charged with provide material support to a terrorist organization and obstruction of justice for npr news i'm amy green in orlando russian authorities say at least sixty four people are dead after a fire swept through a shopping mall yesterday it happened in the siberian city of kemerovo about one thousand nine hundred miles east of moscow according to some news reports the alarm system failed to go off and some fire exits were blocked who the rebels in yemen have fired ballistic missiles at riyadh the capital of saudi arabia npr's ruth sherlock says the attack took place on the third anniversary of yemen's war a streak across the sky and then the impact residents in saudi arabia's capital filmed the ballistic missile attack on their cell phones and shared the videos on social media the saudi military said the country's air defense system intercepted seven ballistic missiles but the fragments still hit the capital saudi state media said one person was killed and two others were injured in the attack these would be the first casualties in the saudi capital since the kingdom got involved in yemen's war saudi supports yemen's government against toothy rebels who it says are supported by its regional opponent iran more than ten thousand people have died in yemen's ongoing conflict wreath sherlock npr news beirut this is npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake it's eight oh four it's thirty five degrees highs near forty seven degrees today with sunshine a farreaching pay equity bill is expected to pass the.

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Oklahoma may be first state to use nitrogen in executions amid lethal injection controversy

Chris Krok

01:24 min | 5 years ago

Oklahoma may be first state to use nitrogen in executions amid lethal injection controversy

"Host to a slew of tournament games for the next four days these kids made the trip from lubbock with their parents to cheer on the texas tech red raiders and are looking forward to the excitement people getting polarized shots three pointers fan buzzerbeaters loud very loud fan bases from west and east texas with stephen f austin making the terni and places like tennessee florida and chicago will all be in big d clayton neville wbz news oklahoma could soon be the first state to use nitrogen to execute death row inmates oklahoma is among several states that have not been able to get the drugs required for lethal injections in part because manufacturers don't want their chronics used for executions so the state's attorney general and correction director say nitrogen will help them resume carrying out the death penalty oklahoma has had one of the nation's busiest death chambers but has not carried out an execution since two thousand fifteen after a series of mishaps i'm jan johnson and didn't county sheriff's sergeant ended up behind bars after tarrant county investigators arrested him for online solicitation of a minor in a statement didn't county sheriff tracy murphy said that west jordan's alleged actions brought dishonor to his department and profession again clear overnight with a low near forty seven degrees right now it's fifty two.

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