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Oxford's Vaccine

Kottke Ride Home

05:02 min | 6 months ago

Oxford's Vaccine

"Good vaccine news just keeps on coming on the backs of really promising news. From the pfizer. Biontech and madonna now oxford astrazeneca have announced the preliminary results from their phase three trials which showed overall seventy percent efficacy as reminder madonna and visor biotechs. Vaccines both currently show around ninety. Five percent efficacy but seventy percent is still very solid. That's about where dr fauci had been saying. He'd be very pleased to see. But i overall seventy percent. Because there's a weird quirk of the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. That i as someone who is not an immunologist. Don't quite understand but hopefully we'll get more information on it in the coming days. Here's what i can tell you for now. The vaccine like the pfizer biontech one would need to be distributed in two doses however the first dose just needs to be half a dose for some reason. Doing a half dose on the first injection makes the whole vaccine overall more effective than if you got to hold doses quoting stat news. The preliminary results on the astrazeneca vaccine were based on a total one hundred. Thirty one covid nineteen cases in a study involving eleven thousand three hundred sixty three participants. The findings were perplexing to full doses of the vaccine appeared to be only sixty two percent effective at preventing disease while a half dose followed by a full dose was about ninety percent effective. That ladder analysis was conducted on a small subset of the study participants. Only two thousand seven hundred forty one a us based trial being supported by operation. Warp speed is testing the two full dose regimen. That may soon change. Astrazeneca plans to explore adding the half dose full dose regimen to its ongoing clinical trials in discussions with regulatory agencies spokesman told stat in an email and quotes and quoting from the new york times. The oxford scientists said they were still trying to understand why the vaccine was more effective at a smaller first dose. The first is supposed to prime the immune system while the second is supposed to boost its response while it seemed counter intuitive for a smaller i dose to be more effective. They said that strategy. More closely mimic. What happens with a real infection. End quotes peter openshaw professor of experimental medicine at imperial college. London explained to the associated. Press that vaccines. don't work. Like normal drugs where a higher dose produces more effects. The immune system is more complicated. Openshaw also notes that if indeed people do only need half a dose for one of the injections that's great news because it will be even cheaper to produce for more people. This was the vaccine candidate. That i was most excited about early on because it seemed like they kind of had a head start quoting the new york. Times astrazeneca's macos vaccine is designed to genetically altered in a dinner virus found in chimps. So that it harmlessly mimics the corona virus and provoke an immune response vaccine deploying. That technology has never won approval but the approach has been studied before notably in a small two thousand eighteen study of an experimental vaccine against the virus that causes middle east respiratory syndrome or mergers that viruses related to sars cov two the novel corona virus that causes covid nineteen so when covid nineteen emerged the team of scientists at oxford's jenner institute that had been leading the work on similar corona viruses. Had a head start once. The genetic code of sars cov two was published in early january. The oxford team sped to adapt their platform to the new corona virus and begin animal testing and quotes the other win in oxford. Astrazeneca's corner is unlike the pfizer. Biontech vaccine this latest one does not require any special refrigeration just standard storage and transportation temperatures of two eight degrees celsius or thirty six to forty six degrees fahrenheit and it can be stored for up to six months. The moderna vaccine requires cooler temperatures of negative four degrees fahrenheit but then can be stored at normal refrigeration temperatures after thawing in can be stored as such for a month. The pfizer biontech vaccine. Meanwhile requires dry. Ice to store at negative seventy degrees celsius or negative ninety four degrees fahrenheit s- that makes the oxford astrazeneca vaccine much more appealing for areas without the infrastructure or funding to sustain the pfizer. Biotech cold chain. And with that in mind. Astrazeneca is applying for early approval wherever it can as well as an emergency useless stained from the world health organization so that it can be made available in low income countries they plan to produce three billion doses next year and are committed to providing it at cost around the world through july. Twenty twenty one. The vaccine costs around three or four. Us dollars significantly less than the others late stage. Trials are continuing in the us. Japan russia south africa kenya and latin america and further trials are planned for other european and asian countries. So definitely more good news but watch this space for more

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Will distributing a COVID-19 vaccine be a "logistical nightmare"?

John and Ken on Demand

03:07 min | 6 months ago

Will distributing a COVID-19 vaccine be a "logistical nightmare"?

"About the subject of vaccines. How hopeful here as you said. We could be a couple of weeks months away from starting to see some distribution. Can we get people to take it though. That's the million dollar question. It's gonna be a logistical nightmare. I mean first vaccine. The pfizer vaccine is gosh to have to store that Minus i think ninety four degrees fahrenheit refrigerators can get it down to about ten degrees fahrenheit but Mine is ninety four fahrenheit. This is very very unusual type of product to during product that they've talked about today doesn't have such stringent requirements. But look it's it. It's going to be a nightmare to try to get this vaccine distributed to three hundred and thirty million people across the country. And by the way you know you're going to need two shots three to four weeks apart so trying to keep the the the pfizer product you know at this very very cold temperature in distributing it in a very timely fashion. I don't think people are going to probably be able to get vaccinated in terms of the masses probably into spring into summer. That's the reality. So that's why. I'd be a very very strong advocate of again. You know personal wearing a mask hand washing all the routine things that we've been told now many many times but the vaccine i think it's it's it's gonna be Our way to escape this plague because Your alternative is herd. Immunity who eighty eighty five percent of the population ultimately becomes infected Than than than transmission naturally slows down. But i think it's interesting these two products. But i the the the to mr and a vaccines have been available. You know what it's no cuisine and it's that these are in a Vaccines have come around. I as opposed to the more traditional what we call whole virus vaccines so these products. It's it's great Genetic engineering where you have the body's response to generates a protein that your body reacts to and then theoretically protects you once we had the genetic sequence of the Covid nineteen virus was relatively easy. I mean i'm not a vaccine. Knowledge is but i can tell you. It was relatively easy to make an m. r. a vaccine. What we have to do is prove that it's safe and once we can get that data out. I think that'll be really much more reassuring to the general public. You never really know clinical trials or one thing. There have been lots of medications that did great and a clinical trial. Guess what when they opened it up to the general physician prescribing population and we started giving it to all our patients. They had to pull it back within a year. Because there were all these unexpected unanticipated Medical problems associated with it. And i can tell you that. From personal experience with antibiotics that looked great on paper and once they were delivered into the general population. Unexpected side effects were seeing and the fda withdrew the approval.

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How Does Night Vision Work?

BrainStuff

02:51 min | 1 year ago

How Does Night Vision Work?

"Night-vision seems like a pretty cool idea right. I mean you see it all the time in movies. Some secret agent type straps on a pair of goggles sneaks into a look jury is super villain compound and mows down enemies under the cover of darkness or the Predator. Stocks Arnold Schwarzenegger killing his platoon. One by one by one and as you're watching all this you may occasionally ask yourself. Hey do those goofy looking goggles really work? Well the answer is yes absolutely with a good night vision device or Envy D. You can see a person standing over two hundred yards or one hundred and eighty three meters away on a moonlit cloudy night and whether we're talking goggles scopes or cameras. Most of these devices rely on one or two types of night vision image enhancement. That's the green looking one and thermal imaging. Which is the bluish-gray Stuff. They both produce results but work in different ways. Thermal imaging captures the upper portion of the infrared light spectrum objects amid the as heat rather than reflecting it as light hotter objects such as the bodies of secret agents emit more of this light than cooler objects like buildings trees. Or you know dead bodies. And that's what you're seeing when you use thermal imaging essentially a measure of temperature from negative four degrees Fahrenheit two three thousand six hundred degrees Fahrenheit the magic or well you know. The science starts at the Lens which focuses the infrared light emitted by the objects in view and uses a phased array of infrared detector to create a temperature pattern called a thermographic which is translated first into electric impulses and then into data for the display where it appears as various colors. Depending on the intensity of the infrared. Then there's image enhancement. This collects tiny amounts of light including the lower portion of the infrared light spectrum and amplifies zip devices using this approach rely on an image intensified tube to collect amplify light both the infrared kind and the visible stuff image enhancers us a photo cathode to convert photons into electrons and high voltage to amplify those electrons in a micro channel plate or an MCP before they hit a screen. That's coated with foster's here's the crazy part. These electrons maintain their position. In relation to the micro channel. They passed through which provides a perfect image. Since the electrons stay in the same alignment as the original photons. When they hit the screen they're energy sites. The Fos- fers releasing photons. Those phosphorus create the green image. You see when you look through a night vision scope

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Is Old Faithful Becoming Less Faithful?

BrainStuff

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Is Old Faithful Becoming Less Faithful?

"Old faithful used to have a less than modest nickname attorneys timepiece. Since at least the late eighteen hundreds this wyoming cone geyser has vowed spectators with its predictable. Eruptions you can see the landmark for yourself in Yellowstone National Park home to over five hundred geysers more than one hundred and fifty of these water spurting marvels including old faithful occupy the parks upper geyser basin so named in eighteen seventy because it spouted at regular intervals. Old faithful gets more fanfare than any other geothermal attraction in the world visited by presidents and immortalized by artists. The guys are spouts about seventeen times a day. Countdown clocks tell gathering tourists when to ready their cameras for the next waterworks. Show is he. There's a simple formula. Rangers used to estimate. How much time will likely elapsed between any two eruptions of old faithful? According to the National Park Service about ninety percent of these eruption predictions are accurate within a window of plus or minus ten minutes. That's a solid track record but old faithfuls still isn't something you'd want to set your watch by. Five decades of observation have revealed that the geyser is changing since nineteen fifty-nine the average interval between old faithfuls eruptions has gotten longer and while most of the actual eruptions which occurred back. Then were rather brief. This is no longer the case we spoke by email with sin may woo a geologist at the University of Utah who studied the physics of geysers and related structures. She said geysers are rare because they require very unique geologic conditions a persistent heat source abundant water supply from groundwater systems and porous or fractured medium that allows fluid migration and he transfer within usually the heat comes from magma a liquid or semi liquid rock found below. Earth's crust which is called lava once it bursts onto the surface yellowstone is positioned over to magma chambers including a. Nice long one. That's just three ten miles underground. That's five seventeen kilometers. Their maker was a localized swell of abnormally hot material. Beneath the crest classified as a mantle plume. It's the reason why. Yellowstone has the world's largest geyser collection the chambers warm up subterranean reservoirs of liquid groundwater. Although the physics here aren't entirely settled. We do know that some of this water gets super heated. That means it's temperature climbs above and beyond waters normal boiling point since this water's held him. Tight corridors. It's got nowhere else to go at first bearing down on the superheated liquid is a combination of overhanging rock and colder water at cramped quarters to the mix. And you've got a recipe for high pressure but the pressure doesn't last forever in a geyser like old faithful hyperactive. Steam bubbles eventually pushes small percentage of the groundwater through a narrow opening at the surface. Just like that. The pressure decreases and sets off an explosion of hot water and steam. If you're wise you'll give old faithful a wide berth. Visitors can safely watch the geyser erupt from a boardwalk maintained by yellowstone venture off that path. And you might be on the hook for six months in prison and a five thousand dollar fine and besides getting too close to hydrothermal features. Like geysers or hot springs isn't a cool idea. When old faithful goes off the water temperature around its vent can hit two hundred and four degrees? Fahrenheit that's ninety six Celsius meanwhile the steam gets even hotter sometimes exceeding three hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred seventy seven Celsius viewed from an appropriate distance. Old Faithfuls eruptions are thrilling spectacles. Even if you've seen one before you might want to revisit the geyser some day because certain eruptions last longer than others. We'll explained that old. Faithful isn't as predictable as at once seemed there are two different categories of gaps between eruptions and of eruptions themselves an eruption that begins and ends in under two and a half minutes is considered short. Others are longer after a short eruption. There'll be an intermission of sixty to sixty five minutes before the Geyser spouts again yet old faithful will reliably take a break of around ninety two minutes once a long eruption subsides over the past fifty years longer eruptions at old faithful have become the norm short. One still occur but they are rarer than they used to be and no one is entirely sure. Why while the mystery is unresolved some geologists blame recent earthquakes for this changing schedule? The guys are source is another riddle. Scientists haven't determined where old faithful gets. Its water supply. Though in two thousand seventeen study Wu and five colleagues revealed an important clue using seismic waves sensors. They found a natural reservoir below the historic old faithful in which stands south. West of the Geyser who who said that body is interpreted to be a highly fractured and saturated area that we think provides fluids source to old faithful plumbing questions and by modal eruptions aside. Old Faithful is indeed more faithful. Then some of its counterparts. It's time we introduced the steamboat. Eiser another yellowstone resident. That happens to be the world's tallest. Active Geyser emitting jets of water three hundred to four hundred feet into the sky above. That's about ninety to one hundred and twenty meters but who said it is very unpredictable and has gone decades between eruptions the last eruption before March of two thousand eighteen was in September of two thousand fourteen. She added however that the two thousand eighteen blow up quote began an unprecedented active phase steamboat. Geyser has rented a total of eighty five times since then with the last eruption occurring February twenty first twenty twenty. We still don't know what initiates this active as what controls its eruptive behavior and what geometry looks like

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Why Do We Get Brain Freeze?

BrainStuff

02:59 min | 1 year ago

Why Do We Get Brain Freeze?

"Headaches for a lot of reasons. Sometimes foods like chocolate cheese or cured meat can cause them other times it stress or maybe changes in our sleep habits headaches are also caused by strain sinus problems coughing and even sex. And if you're really unlucky there a sign of neurological problems. But do you know what causes headaches over one third of the population ice cream diabolical evil ice cream otherwise known as a brain freeze or a quote cold stimulus headache in more lofty circles. The ice cream headache only requires two things first. Something cold touching the roof of your mouth and second hot environment like a summer day or Asana or a yoga class full of sweaty people. That's where we all usually eat ice cream right. Brain freeze is caused by both a constriction and dilation of the blood vessels in your head. There's a nerve center just above your mouth and when it gets cold it signals the anterior cerebral artery to widen trying to heat your brain with warm blood. Since the skull is a closed structure. The sudden rush of blood could be increasing pressure which causes the pain. We feel it's kind of a horrible stabbing achey feeling but the warm air around you causes these blood vessels to restrict again relieving the pain about ten to twenty seconds after its onset. This experience is reportedly similar to a migraine headache albeit a very short one it's possible. The influx of blood is supposed to protect your brain from extreme cold. The pain is usually in the mid frontal area but it can be unilateral in other parts of the brain. But don't worry. Experts say that ice cream isn't going to give you brain damage or anything in fact when they're correcting aneurysms doctors sometimes low your brain temperature down to sixty four degrees. Fahrenheit or seventeen point eight degrees Celsius so ice cream. Ain't no thing. Except there's only one cure for brain freeze. Never eat ice cream again. No I'm just kidding in one article about these headaches. A researcher actually said ice cream. Abstinence is not indicated so keep eating all the ice cream you want but slow it down a bit there. Hawse try to eat in small bites and avoid the roof of your mouth also. You may be more likely to get brain freeze if you already get migraines. The science isn't confirmed on that but since the vascular response of ice cream headaches is similar to the experience of migraine sufferers they may be more vulnerable. Researchers are investigating this connection now in hopes of developing. Even better painkillers.

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How Could Artificial Glaciers Hydrate the Himalayas?

BrainStuff

06:06 min | 1 year ago

How Could Artificial Glaciers Hydrate the Himalayas?

"Discussions about climate change tend to focus on low lying areas like coastal cities yet people who live at higher elevations also feel it's negative effects including fresh water shortages to help these folks get by the duckie inventor named Sonum one Schuch has created a line of artificial glaciers called called. I stoop as their restoring frozen water so it can be used hydrate crops in the driest stretch of the year. Glacial meltwater is a necessity for most villages judges in Lubbock a region of northern India. The DOC sits on the debt and plateau between the Karakoram and the Himalayan mountain ranges this elevated terrain is is world famous for its is supply Abedin Plateau and surrounding mountains contain more ice than any other non polar area on earth. Much of this is stored up in glaciers. His will help feed vital Asian waterways the young Zee the Mekong and Indus rivers. Unfortunately those glaciers are receding because of climate change between two thousand and three in two thousand fourteen the ones located near the Brahmaputra River source lost six point nine billion cubic miles of ice. That's twenty eight point. Eight billion in cubic kilometers with glaciers some seasonal melting is expected but normally winter snowfall allows glaciers to replace the melted ice. They lose during the springtime however across the plateau. Glaciers are no longer getting enough annual snowfall to offset their lost water and so many of them have been dwindling in size as a cold desert. The dock area sees very little rainfall receiving an average of two to three inches per year. That's about fifty to seventy millimeters meters. The summer months of June through August. Do get a modest amount of precipitation however that's also when a large quantity of melted water from neighbouring mountain. Glaciers enters the streams teams. That depends on a steady water flow fills the streams during the winter as well yet because of the frozen ground and low air temperatures. The farmers can't hint grow crops during the coldest months of the year. According to an Chook winter water gets under utilized as a result demand for meltwater grows exponentially in April April in May when the life-sustaining crops of wheat buckwheat and barley need to be sown and hydrated. But in the springtime before the glacial water arrives enforce the streams often run dry. Climate Change has worsened. The problem a twenty seventeen study found that over the past six decades about twenty percent of the permanent ice ice preserves and the Docs home state have disappeared that translates to less meltwater for the locals hoping to solve these water woes. A civil engineer by the the name of Chihuahua North L. devised an innovative reservoir system in the nineteen eighties and I hope I'm saying his name correctly I couldn't find a pronunciation using dams and channels nor fell L. diverted large volumes of glacial water into Manmade Lakes on the shady sides of mountains where it froze into blocks come springtime. The ice would melt and be sent downhill the farms and villages eligible by way of canal. But this ice melted to quickly so the water tended to run out before the summer rains arrived in two thousand thirteen Wangchuk deduced I ice in Norfolk dams melted so fast because too much of it was exposed to direct sunlight. When chook figured that if he could somehow freeze the ice into a conical tower with the narrow oh end aimed skyward much less surface area would be exposed to make his frozen stalagmites when Chook devised an irrigation system? That's brilliant in its simplicity. implicity the major component is a long pipeline most of this is buried deep underground with one end tapping into a glacial stream or naturally occurring reservoir high high in the mountains through the tube the water rushes in the direction of populated areas at lower altitudes. No moving parts are electrical gizmos are needed to keep the liquid water flowing. Gravity does the trick it also pushes the water into the final stage of its journey downhill. The pipeline connects at a sharp angle to another narrower pipe. That rises soil standing vertically like a telephone pole as the saying goes water seeks its own level gravity pretty and pressure gained by flow through the narrowing pipe together naturally propel the liquid straight up that pipe until it flies out of a sprinkler on the pipes raised tip high in the air. The spray encounters atmospheric temperatures in the ballpark of negative four degrees Fahrenheit. That's about negative twenty Celsius or lower before landing it freezes. He's a solid forming a large cone of ice around the vertical pipe. The cones distinctive shape resembles that Stupa which are traditional Buddhist prayer monuments that have graced creased look for thousands of years. Hence when Chook and his associates have taken to calling the new glacier like structures I status the ducks ice Tubas meltdown meltdown in late spring. Right when the need for liquid water is greatest. The prototypical stupa erected in the winter of two thousand thirteen contained about forty thousand gallons. That's about one hundred hundred and fifty thousand liters of frozen water and lasted until may eighteenth of two thousand fourteen. Since then numerous others have been constructed. Single Stupa has is watered as many as five thousand newly planted trees standing at sixty feet eighteen meters tall. It held a breathtaking five hundred and thirty thousand gallons. That's two million liters a frozen water. Others may someday exceed one hundred feet about thirty meters in height and hold two point six million gallons or ten million liters of water outside India. The stupas have spread to countries like Switzerland in two thousand sixteen. When tooks icy brainchild earned him a coveted Rolex award for enterprise But I- stupid are not without their critics. went to in companies legal right to divert. Glacial meltwater has been challenged by a group of the duckie villagers furthermore anymore although the stupas are meant to help sustain human life they won't reverse the Tibetan Plateau's worrisome climate trends but if Homo sapiens is to survive on a changing Jin planet will need to reevaluate the ways. We use an store water. Projects like this can kick start those

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How Does Venus Work?

BrainStuff

06:13 min | 1 year ago

How Does Venus Work?

"After the moon the Venus is the second brightest natural object in the night sky partially because this planet is covered by reflective clouds that make it is an optical telescopes can't penetrate eight with the Venetian surface hidden from view generations of fiction writers used to speculate wild about the mysterious terrain beneath those clouds for example Tarzan Creator Edgar Rice burroughs portrayed Venus as a world with lush forests in our boreal cities in a nineteen eighty-four pulp novel but then science intervened B eight at Venus's habitable pretty much imploded during the Cold War in Nineteen fifty-six Radio Telescope observations showed that the planet had surfaced temperatures in excess of six hundred and eight eighteen degrees Fahrenheit that's three hundred twenty six degrees Celsius and believe it or not those readings were kind of low we now know the average surface temperature on Nisa blistering eight hundred sixty four degrees Fahrenheit or four hundred sixty two Celsius it's the hottest planet in our solar system even though mercury is closer to the Sun on the face of Venus the atmospheric pressure is crushingly extreme and lead would melt into a puddle but as hellish as this place sounds actually has in common with Earth the two worlds are quite similar in size if you were to stuff venus inside our planet matric doll style it would occupy roughly eighty six percent end of earth total volume Venus has earth beaten in some key regards though earth displays a slight midsection bulge being wider around its equator than it is from one pole to the other conversely Venus is almost a perfect sphere what gives well when a massive celestial body like a star or planet spins quickly around its axis centrifugal force will give it a more dramatic bulge around its equator however Venus has an ultra slow rotation speed it takes the equivalent of two hundred and forty-three earth days for Venus to complete one full rotation around its axis and only two hundred twenty five earth days to finish a new lap around the Sun so in other words a day on Venus lasts longer than Vanesian year does and get this from our self centered perspective Venus spins backward word most of the planets in the solar system rotate from west to east Uranus and Venus Buck that trend on those two worlds the sun appears to rise in the West and set in the East nobody knows how that came to pass. Astronomers think Venus us to move in a counterclockwise direction like Earth but at some point it's been I have reversed alternatively perhaps the sun's Gravitational influence or a collision with a large object caused the entire planet to flip upside down in December of nineteen sixty two Venus became the first planet to get a fly by visit from a manmade spacecraft exploiting brief window of opportunity NASA's Mariner two probes studied this world up close from distances as near as twenty one thousand miles that's about thirty four thousand kilometers onboard instruments taught us a great deal mariner two firms that Venus does not have an earth like magnetic field and it recorded surface temperatures within the expected range a young Carl Sagan helped design the mariner to probe yes successfully lobbied to have the space craft fitted with a camera because close up pictures of Venus might quote answer questions that we were too dumb to even pose by the time Mariner to launched scientists already knew that there were high levels of carbon dioxide in the vision atmosphere and that composition should give us pause carbon dockside makes up a whopping ninety six percent of Venus's atmosphere scientists attribute this to a runaway greenhouse effect theoretically the planet used to have a more temperate climate that could have remained stable for billions of years back then oceans of liquid water may have covered its surface though we don't know for sure things changed as are growing son became hotter any oceans would have evaporated during this time astronomers think much of the carbon dioxide invasion rocks leached out and traveled guy word while the atmosphere changed it got better at trapping heat creating a vicious cycle that worsens the problem inevitably temperatures spiked and stayed since our own planet has a major greenhouse gas problem Venus could offer us important insights regarding climate change but sending probes to explore it has always presented major challenges on Venus the surface gravity is comparable to what you and I experience on earth what's not comparable is that atmospheric Asher which is ninety two times greater on the face of Venus than it is here faced with extreme temperatures and high pressure it's no wonder that manmade objects don't last long long in the planet's environment when the Soviet venire thirteen probe landed on Venus in Nineteen eighty-two it stayed intact for record setting one hundred and twenty seven minutes before it was destroyed mind you this wasn't the USSR's first Rodeo previous Venero spacecraft's successfully visited the planet's atmosphere and touched down on its outer crest brief though their visits were these probes captured the first ever photographs of the Venetian surface Nasr's Magellan spacecraft provided further insights has it mapped ninety eight percent of the planet's face all in all Venus boasts more than sixteen thousand volcanoes and volcanic features but we don't know of any these are still active highland plateaus deep canyons and meteorite impact craters have also been discovered there although Venus's about four point six billion years old crest is thought to be much younger with an estimated age of just three hundred to six hundred million years Venus lacks tectonic plates as we know them on earth nonetheless Sunday August think that upwelling magma occasionally recycle sections of the crust long before it was an object scientific study or of Edgar Rice burroughs. goals Venus mesmerized our ancestors bright and beautiful the cloud adorned planet derives its name from the Roman Goddess of love into mathematicians mapped it's progress across the sky and Galileo took detailed notes about its moon like phases somehow knowing that Venus is a stifling hot house doesn't diminish its allure with every new discovery inspires curiosity aw

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KCRW

"Series of programming on the issue of climate change and there been some dire predictions about its impact in the coming years right now we're gonna talk about how the warming plan it will affect us right here in southern California in those coming years and decades Alex hall heads up UCLA center for climate science professor welcome thank you it's great to be here you bet the climate is changing we know that scientists the vast majority of scientists on earth say the climate is changing in a large part of that is a rising temperature so how our southern California temperatures going to change in the coming years and decades how much warmers are gonna get. well we've already seen significant warming in California on the order of a degree or two Fahrenheit over the past century and will continue to see rising temperatures over the coming decades by the mid century we should see temperature increases on the on average of three to four degrees Fahrenheit and that has big implications for for a lot of things including sheet extremes in southern California we know that how do we know temperatures I mean we know the temperatures have been rising in the past how do we know that they're going to continue to rise well we know that when you increase greenhouse gases in the atmosphere that leads to warming and we know that greenhouse gases are increasing in the atmosphere due to emissions due to fossil fuel burning and we know that's going to continue to a large degree and so we can then predict how that will impact temperatures by just asking the question how much extra heat is trapped by those projected increases in greenhouse gases in in the effects will be felt in different places in different ways right like people along the coast are going to be as warm as the people in line which is what we see right now right so in southern California we already have temperatures that are very different and Linda near the coast if you look near the coast temperatures are typically cooler there's a natural air conditioning that comes from the ocean from the nice breeze that we got during the afternoon from the ocean and that affect will continue to moderate temperatures I'm very near the coast but if you go even just a little bit inland say even to downtown Los Angeles you'll see a pretty pretty big increases in temperature and big increases in heat extremes so so we're talking about several degrees over the course of of decades it doesn't sound like a whole lot one degree here two degrees there it does mean that LA's average summer highs will be much harder toward the end of the century right. yes so if you look further it it forward in time and you look at the end of the century and you imagine that we keep increasing greenhouse gas emissions as we have you really see Los Angeles becoming a very different place so the what the winters would become much more like the spring and fall that we have now and the spring and fall the we have now become much more like summer and our summers would become something that we just don't have here in Los Angeles something much closer to what Phoenix for example experiences during the summertime Phoenix is hot in the summer as we know Phoenix is also just today saying a lot of flooding monsoonal rains it don't really happen in Phoenix very often and and I wonder because we're talking about water is well it's not just heat it's water is well and that's a big one for us here in southern California what is climate change mean for our water supply in the precipitation that happens here in in these parts so climate change has huge implications for our water resources we already live in a region that is semi arid and is reliant on.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Climate scientists that swiss federal and state of technology and zurich and lead author of the new study even at at this regional scale over europe. We can see that these trends are much larger than we would expect from a natural variability. That's really really a signal from climate change says extreme hot days three times more of them than there was a nineteen fifty and and therefore point win four degrees fahrenheit or two point three celsius hotter days have warmed by three celsius five point point four degrees tonight on the averages. Those are on the averages the hottest days and coldest nights were even even more than their <hes> mean apertures so yeah. It's <hes> it's getting hot people and it yeah it is turning out. I'm getting confirmation information from the looks at my co hosts. Were giving me global. Warming is actually taking place everywhere in the world it is that it is around the world global warming the general term for panther climate change happening. Oh blair got the story. Yes it's actually related to climate changed some so glad that you brought that up <hes> migration animal migration <hes>. We've been studying it for a very long time. There's lots of question as to how the animals nowhere to go and when <hes> generally speaking there are two camps of thought one is that <hes> the animals use local hughes within their respective to determine where to migrate and the second is that they develop a memory of landscape where they live and then use that information to guide them so either <hes> the good foods over there. Let's go that way or that's grandma told me to go. So <hes> <hes> university of wyatt owning has a new piece of research looking at mule deer and they found that mule deer navigate in spring and fall mostly by using their knowledge of past asked mike gration roots and seasonal ranges so in this case <hes> this means that landscape memory is strong within a population.

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Fans are best used during humid heat waves, study says

Ron St. Pierre

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Fans are best used during humid heat waves, study says

"Summers not over yet and temperatures are still very very high certainly here today in over the weekend in case you only have a fan to help cool you off you should know that when it's likely to help in was likely not to help US environmental protection agency recommends that people not use fans when the heat index temperature that's a combination of the temperature and humidity when it climbs over ninety nine degrees Fahrenheit the World Health Organization and U. S. centers for disease control and prevention they both warn that fans don't help people stay cool enough when the temperature hits ninety degrees Fahrenheit or even higher than that new study from the university of Sydney they found that under hot and humid conditions as the heat index fans lowered the participants core body temperature and reduce the heat related strain on the heart as well as improve their formal comfort however in hot and dry conditions fans increased body temperature the strain on the heart and thermal discomfort to the researcher who let all this said that fans at any temperature up to one hundred and four degrees Fahrenheit whether some kind of humidity they're beneficial but as the temperature goes higher than that it's a it's dry and the fans are progressively less useful and potentially detrimental do yourself a favor and just get an air conditioner you have to worry about all of this

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Couldn't give them three or four factor they can remember in the next time the next time they confronted with this lye certainly why don't we start with whether that is global warming is not a good place to start we had always talk about global warming yes yeah well yes that has to be and it began three hundred years again at the end of a period of unusual cellular activity the sun had been very cool that had be no sunspots of that for me let us so love war coming to the planet for about seventy years from sixteen forty five until seventeen fifty in that period with none of the Morinda minimum off to the US economy who investigated it a couple centuries later and it was also known as the Grand minimum because during those seventy year as I you need to remember this point is quite important one the sun was at its least active for ten thousand years oh my god and the Thames in London and the Hobbs Hudson in New York used to freeze over every winter they would freeze over right across because it was so cold in the winter then what happened is the sun began to pick up its activity again very suddenly a little flicker in seventeen hundred men for sending fifty knowledge it really began to to take off its activity again I did too but he went on climbing and climbing and within the first thirty five years of the eighteenth century the the temperature in central England which was the first one to be measured by the moments as revenues by four degrees Fahrenheit in thirty five years that is the rate of warming nine times as far as the rate of warming in the middle of the twentieth century and that was before the industrial pollution began to counter let's slow down that's fantastic so between seventeen fifteen and seventeen fifty the temperature in England rose four degrees centigrade which is a greater increase in temperature at the van what were you saying please I think it's not that with that rate of increase in temperature over thirty five years from seventeen hundred to seventeen thirty five walls nine times greater than the rate of increase over the head of the twentieth century and that was long before all we could have had anything to do with it the doctor revolution hadn't even become CO two in the atmosphere had not changed and yet temperatures suddenly went up by four degrees Fahrenheit in thirty five yes hi Andy just over one degree Fahrenheit in the of the twentieth century so the temperature of the of the atmosphere is going up only one degree in the entire twentieth century one point three to be exact I think oh my god and we're not talking about some huge global warming here but what we what we are talking about is a warning that began three hundred years ago and has continued ever since I've been average rate of kind of one degree one and a half degrees Fahrenheit century for three hundred years it's very rare that we.

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News in Brief 23 July 2019

UN News

02:47 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 23 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations fifty nine civilians killed and over one hundred injured some critically. That's the human toll from the latest attack in the last rebel-held province in Syria it lip. The succession of strikes on Monday was described as the deadliest so far by a senior official at Osha the U._N.. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Mark Cutts Deputy Regional Humanitarian Coordinator Ota Coach said on Tuesday that the worst strike was on a popular public market in the town of Murat Newman which left at least thirty nine dead with the figure likely to rise as more bodies are discovered. Mr Count said that the attacks amounted. Wanted to a shocking escalation. In the ever-worsening conflict in northwest Syria heatwaves will continue to hit many parts of Europe this week with some countries on course to see record temperatures the world meteorological with Oracle Organization W._M._O.. said on Cheese Day Germany and the Benelux countries are likely to experience their hottest day ever on Thursday when they will have to deal with the peak of over forty degrees Celsius. That's one hundred four. Degrees Fahrenheit several parts of fronts have sent records for the lowest amount of rainfall since records began whilst in Spain the National Weather Service is warning of an extreme fire risk for large parts of the country the warnings follow. Lois sweltering weekend for the U._S._A.. Where records was set for several locations including Atlanta New Jersey and New York's J._F._k.? Airport a spokesperson for the W._M._o.. said on Tuesday that extreme weather events are not not a problem. That's going to go away and that heatwaves are starting earlier becoming increasingly common and more intense meanwhile in Bangladesh parts of the country including the huge Cox's Bazar refugee camp are struggling. Struggling to cope with continual heavy rains that have brought widespread flooding and destruction in a statement on Tuesday a spokesperson for the World Food Programme W._F._p.. said that the agency has supported more than eleven thousand refugees as affected by the rains and flooding in the first two weeks of July a significant rise compared to the same time last year refugee camps have been affected by hundreds of landslides caused by storms and rain and W._F._p.. Engineering teams.

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Germany, Frankfurt And Europe discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Germany, Frankfurt And Europe discussed on Inside Europe

"And you may have heard that a searing heatwave has been spreading across Europe with Germany, France. And Belgium, experiencing extreme temperatures in Germany, temperatures are expected to get us highest forty eight degrees celsius during the week that one hundred four degrees Fahrenheit, and that is just slightly above the country's previous June record of thirty eight point two degrees celsius. That was set in Frankfurt in nineteen

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"We're political panic is the norm. And we are on a path facing the end of civilization. I figured by twenty fifty I'll be cold anyway. All the time. So this will help me. Over another. Late across my. Oh boy. Talking about okay if you're looking at global temperatures warming by three degrees L by that time, five point four degrees Fahrenheit. You know, on the world wide scale catastrophic shifts to the weather, agriculture, even you know, people living in some areas is what they're saying. Okay. So when you see another piece like this, where are you at on climate change say, on a scale from one to ten as far as worry goes, is it all fraud. Is there some truth is at total truth? What are your thoughts, David? Well, I think there is something to it. I think that alarmists like this don't help though. Because according to some predictions, Miami was supposed to be underwater, like what three years ago. Right. Something like that. That was the prediction. And so doing this doomsday stuff only helps to discredit the people who are, who are trying to quote unquote, save the world. You know, there are ways to address this stuff without one tanking every Konami on earth. There are ways to do this also without trying to scare the hell out of everybody because more often than not they've been proven wrong. That's the thing when when it comes.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"A world of chaos where political panic is the Norman. We are on a path facing the end of civilization. I figured by twenty fifty I'll be cold anyway, all the time. So this will help me. Bring over another blank. Late across my. Boy, talking about okay if you're looking at global temperatures warming by three degrees, Bill by that time, five point four degrees Fahrenheit. You know, on the world wide scale catastrophic shifts to the weather agriculture even people living in some areas is what they're saying. Okay. So when you see another piece like this, where you at on climate change say, on a scale from one to ten as far as worried goes, is it all fraud? Is there some truth is at total truth? What are your thoughts, David? Well, I, I think there is something to it. I think that alarmists like this don't help though, because according to some predictions, Miami was supposed to be underwater, like what three years ago. Right. Something like that. That was the prediction. And so doing this doomsday stuff only helps to discredit the people who are, who are trying to quote unquote, save the world. You know, there are ways to address this stuff without one taking every Konami on earth. There are ways to do this also without trying to scare the hell out of everybody because more often than not they've been proven wrong. That's the thing when it when it comes.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Approved by the mortgage experts team hockberg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago Morlock WGN traffic central forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center because of those strong Windsors lakeshore flood advisory until one o'clock tomorrow morning. The son is returning blustery today. A high of fifty one degrees clearing up tonight, a low thirty nine and then for the weekend sunny tomorrow, breezy, high sixty two partly to mostly sunny on Sunday and high of seventy five wins right now are as I said it'll hair north at thirty three miles an hours forty eight degrees at O'Hare forty six at midway and forty one degrees at Chicago's lakefront. I just saw that. Anthony Russo is betting one fifty nine. That's that's less than the wind gusts right now at Wrigley field. Rozelle Bryant Schwarzie not good good for the moment that God for that discount. So guy or whoever who is he, but he. He seems to know what he's doing out there. I'm Steve Bertrand in these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN, by the way. So it's forty one at the lake forty eight at O'Hare something like that. Yeah. Right forties. Pretty solid. What is the average temperature this danger cog? Oh, please. According to whether spark for April nineteenth, forty six to fifty four degrees Fahrenheit is the average high temperature. So we're in the normal range. I don't like that one bed. Can I get a better and kickin you go somewhere else? Besides weather spark looking for something better than that. This. Okay. John. Thank you. I just feel like we're being cheated here, by the way, speaking of the scrubs. What were you reading there? Lauren lap. So.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"April nineteenth nineteen forty seven to be exact cause you know highlights weeks. Of course. A monkey with the charming name of rhesus seven sixty six was observed to have a high fever one hundred four degrees Fahrenheit, forty degrees celsius now that I'm in Finland. Blood was drawn and processed and in it scientists found what they called a filter. Transmissible agent back then often meant it was a virus something they couldn't easily culture. But this still left many questions. I was at a new virus meeting undiscovered and was it. Mosquito borne to answer the second question they had to collect many mosquitoes from the same areas that recess seven six six had been kept and then test whether these mosquitos carried anything resembling this virus, which meant grinding up and filtering the -squitoes and injecting the slurry into the mice or monkeys. They had on hand, and then comparing that to the infection caused by the filter will transmissible agent that had originally come from recess seven six six man that just sounds like his so you can have co-infections sounds like a messy way to try and figure out what's going on. I think they just didn't know any other better way. Yeah. For sure. Yeah. I would have had the patience to be in microbiologist back. Then I don't even have the patience for it. Now. Fair point. Why do this podcast? Finally, they would test. This new mosquito derived slurry on a monkey that had recovered from an infection with the original virus. Yeah. Full circle. Results of those experiments confirmed their hunch the virus.

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Study: Great Lakes hit hardest by climate change in U.S.

Climate Cast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Study: Great Lakes hit hardest by climate change in U.S.

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy, initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs. Bank of America NA member FDIC good morning. Twenty one percent. That's how much of the world's freshwater lies in the Great Lakes. Thirty four million people live in the Great Lakes basin. Now, a new study finds climate change in the Great Lakes is happening faster than the rest of the US study co author Lucinda Johnson is the associate director at the natural resources research institute at the university of Minnesota Duluth for the US as a whole to average temperatures have increased by one point two degrees Fahrenheit, whereas for the Great Lakes in the states bordering the Great Lakes that is one point four degrees Fahrenheit. And actually if you just look at the base in itself, the increase has been one point six degrees Fahrenheit over that. Period. Of the last century. So the Great Lakes is warming faster than the rest of the United States. It looks like it's also getting wetter. I saw this in the study US annual precipitation increased four percent between nineteen o one and twenty fifteen but the Great Lakes region saw about a ten percent increase with more of this precipitation coming as unusually large events what jumps out at you there in that piece of data. Well, the problem with large events is that they are just so destructive. They are distracted from the standpoint of our infrastructure and just the destruction to people's homes is is heartbreaking. But similarly, we see these large events responsible for moving a lot of the sediment and nutrients from the landscape into nearby water bodies, which has a very detrimental effect on what a quality. And we hear about algae blooms we know that lakes like Erie that are much shallower. Are more prone to those what about lake superior? I know it's a cold lake. We don't get a lot of algae blooms there. But as we wash these nutrients in and as the lake temperatures warm is that's something we might expect more of in the future. Well, one of the things that we are really quite concerned about is the fact that we have been observing algal blooms in lake superior. We've seen three blooms that happen to coincide with these very very large rain events. So just this past summer. There was a bloom around the little town of cornucopia. And although this wasn't the toxic algal bloom that we know of it is a huge concern to us to begin to see elbow. Blooms in water body, like lake superior, which is known to be very pristine. Now, we have a terse base to Konami where people in -ticipant that the water quality is going to be very clear and the thought that we might be. Experiencing algal blooms this very clear and pristine body of water is of huge concern to both the ecologists as well as to society as a whole big picture Lucinda as you look at this study, what changes on lake superior will you be monitoring closely and keeping an eye on in the next ten years or so the most important changes that we think are going to be the surface water temperatures and the number and intensity of these large storm events. So the combination of these warmer temperatures with increase nutrients coming in from the land have the potential to really change the ecosystem along the shoreline. And and we have a lot of concerns about that loosened Johnson associate director at the natural resources research institute at the university of Minnesota Duluth. Thanks for your insight today on climate cast. Well, thank you, Paul. And I. Really appreciate all of the great reporting that you joined climate change that's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hefner.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Flash Forward

Flash Forward

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Flash Forward

"Earth the earth without the field, and basically used an aerosol can and lit it on fire and burned the peach bits. Three months, gentlemen. And we're back in the stone age a full year the field collapses, and that that is since dramatic but Kojin version of what can happen to the earth's surface in the absence of magnetic field. Throw out. The earth's magnetic field protects the atmosphere, and it's the atmosphere, which is an important temperature regulator for the planet without a magnetic field. We would have a average surface temperature about minus eighteen degrees celsius. That's kinda cold minus eighteen celsius is minus sixty four point four degrees Fahrenheit, as an example Mars, no longer has a magnetic field in its surface temperature is quite cold. So without a magnetic field in place solar radiation can strip away the atmosphere. You strip away the atmosphere, and you take away one reservoir water, and you allow the surface reservoir of water to also go away. So without a magnetic field. Basically, we have no water to put it real simple. Here's a fun little call back. Remember that episode? We did about what it would take to destroy all life on the planet. If not it's an episode called afterlife. And you can check it out after this one. The basically we. Talked to scientists who tried to figure out what it would take to completely wipe the earth clean of all life. And they decided that to do it. You would have to boil the oceans and their conclusion was that it would be really really hard and unlikely for the earth to be hit with enough energy for that to happen. But they did not consider the possibility that earth might not need to be hit with any energy at all. If we lose our magnetic field. We will lose our oceans to okay losing arm. Agnostic field is unlikely. So even if it doesn't get that week, depending on what those warring magnetic field factions wind up looking like during the reversal some parts of the planet could still get kinda dicey to people who are worried about electric radiation track. Collective creation. What will happen to the planet when there's a smaller magnetic shield planet. They tend to be a little bit more worried they tended to. I think that there will be more access to life. They will be more radioactive access to the surface, the more access that radiation has to us the worst. It will be wanted to scientists..

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Warming Climate Implies More Flies--and Disease

60-Second Science

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Warming Climate Implies More Flies--and Disease

"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Jatta. A recent analysis predicts that forty percent of the world insect species could go extinct within a couple of decades, the highest death tolls could be among butterflies, Mods bees and dunk Beatles. Conspicuously absent from that list, though, are the house flies because they may actually do better in a hotter world under a warming scenario. You would have a larger fly population, which is able to hang around for a longer period of time, Amy Greer, an epidemiologist and mathematical model at the university of wealth in Ontario. She says flies are also more active when it's warm meaning more chances to land on your picnic, dips Greer student Melanie cousins now a doctoral candidate at the university of Waterloo explains the effect on us what this increase in five population and fly activity. This may lead to more transmission of Camelback better the common foodborne ill. Illness like the flies fluctuates with the seasons. So with warmer temperatures Campbell after will be able to replicate more efficiently. Cousins modeled, both the insect and bacterial trends under different global warming scenarios and found that the uptick and fly population numbers did not matter much. But if warming truly does increase flack tippety, then can't blowback for cases in the Antero Canada area could more than double with a moderate four degree Fahrenheit rise in temperature by twenty eighty the results are in the journal Royal Society opened science in these conclusions. Do come with many caveats, for instance, the data is generated by a mathematical model saying this is at least in theory possible. But it does not take into account a possible increase in fly predators, for example. And the researchers haven't actually tested flies landing on food to see if they're dropping off bacteria, and while it has been shown in past studies that flies can carry campylobacter. It's unclear whether warming temperatures might affect their ability to do so still. The researchers themselves are taking precautions I am a little bit more paranoid about it. Personally. I bought one of those fly screens for picnics to go over the bulls. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Biden's Briefing

Biden's Briefing

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Biden's Briefing

"So this summer illustrates the danger of even a relatively small amount of warming so far. The planet has only warmed by close to one degree centigrade or one point, eight degrees Fahrenheit above pre industrial levels. We're on a trajectory to reach three degrees celsius or five point four degrees Fahrenheit by twenty one hundred all time, high temperature records. Along with heavy rainfall, milestones have fallen as a warmer wetter climate exerts its influence on day to day weather. Here are just a few of the records set so far in North America, Los Angeles set an all time, high temperature record of one hundred eleven degrees Fahrenheit on July sixth, Montreal Canada also said it's all time, high temperature record during a deadly Quebec heatwave. In early July this week, death valley, California has broken three straight daily records with a high of one hundred twenty seven degrees Fahrenheit, death valley is poised to set a record for the hottest month ever recorded on earth with an average temperature of one hundred eight degrees Fahrenheit, breaking last year's record. By about half a degree. Several locations are reporting that July was their warmest all-time month including the normally temperate caribou, Maine in Europe. Unprecedented heat led to a while. Fire outbreak in Scandinavia and record highs have been set all the way above the Arctic circle this month according to the UN Saddam. Cal Finland hit eighty nine point two degrees Fahrenheit or thirty. One point eight degrees celsius on July seventeenth, which was an all time record for that location on Sunday Sortland in far northern Norway, saw the temperature reach eighty seven point eight degrees Fahrenheit or thirty one degrees celsius which was an all time high for any month at that location according to meteorologists at t. n. Coppee Kian July twenty. Seventh was the hottest temperature on record in Amsterdam at thirty four point eight degrees celsius or ninety four point six degrees Fahrenheit, remarkably in northern Norway Muko or set a new record high overnight, low temperature of twenty five point two degrees celsius or seventy seven degrees Fahrenheit on July eighteenth. He'd records have also fallen in the UK Ireland and France in London. High temperatures hit thirty five degrees celsius on Thursday and were forecast to potentially eclipse that on Friday. The UK is suffering through one of its driest years on record in Asia. Chinese media is reporting that twenty two counties and cities have had their hottest July on record South Korea said, it's all time high temperature record on August. First, when the temperature soared to forty point seven degrees celsius or one hundred five point two degrees Fahrenheit in Hong Chen. According to the Korea, meteorological administration, it was the highest ever recorded across the country since the KM a started, compiling the data in nineteen zero seven. The previous high of forty degrees celsius was logged at the southeastern city of d GU in north yong-sang, province on August. I in nineteen forty two. Temperature in the capital. Seoul reached a daily high of thirty nine point six degrees celsius in mid day marking the highest in one hundred eleven years. The previous high was thirty eight point four degrees celsius recorded on July twenty fourth nineteen Ninety-four in the Middle East creo mon- which likely set the world's hottest low temperature ever recorded on June twenty eighth when the temperature failed to drop below one hundred nine degrees Fahrenheit or forty two point eight degrees celsius in Africa award war Al jeera may have said Africa's all-time highest temperature on. I fifth with a reading of one hundred twenty four point three degrees Fahrenheit or fifty. One point three degrees celsius in Asia, Japan said a national temperature record of one hundred six degrees Fahrenheit or forty. One point, one degrees celsius in a heat wave that followed deadly floods according to an analysis. Published Friday climate scientists found a clear link between climate change and extreme heat in Europe, particularly in Scandinavia. Although year to year variability, prevented researchers from making definitive statements. We found that for the weather station in the far north in the Arctic circle, the current heatwave is just extraordinary unprecedented in the historical record said here, van Oldenburg senior researcher at the Royal Netherlands meteorological institute Cayenne m I and it's not just heat records that are noteworthy..

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Temperature records that stood for four decades are falling in Europe

NPR News Now

04:47 min | 3 years ago

Temperature records that stood for four decades are falling in Europe

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

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Famed Chinese artist posts video of authorities destroying his studio

NPR News Now

04:47 min | 3 years ago

Famed Chinese artist posts video of authorities destroying his studio

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

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

NPR News Now

04:47 min | 3 years ago

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

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

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Trump, President and Tokyo discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Trump, President and Tokyo discussed on 24 Hour News

"Organizers in Tokyo making adjustments for the two thousand twenty summer games the triathlon. Events will now be staged on the large manmade island in. Tokyo Bay though also start. Earlier in the morning eight AM instead. Of ten AM to counter the heat expected to the Japanese capital organizers and the international triathlon union. Also, revealed plans for the individual triathlons mixed relay perr triathlons all taking into consideration. The hot weather the country is now. In the midst of, a deadly heat wave with, temperatures topping one. Hundred four, degrees Fahrenheit the. Heat is. Blamed for. At least one hundred sixteen deaths it's not the first time adjustments have. Been made for the games the nineteen sixty four games in Tokyo. Were held in October to avoid the harshest of the, heat however that. Was before the Olympic schedule was influenced by rights paying broadcasters and sponsors Will President, Trump agreed to sit for an interview with lead Russia investigator Robert Muller AP correspondent Rita Foley reports on new information President Trump. Has said publicly that he would like to sit down and talk to prosecutors his, lawyers though have objected to the terms, that were offered now a person briefed on a new proposal tells the Associated Press that special counsel Muller's team may be willing to limit some questions the. President is, asked or. Accept some answers in writing talks between. Trump's lawyers special counsel investigating Russian interference in the election have restarted in the past few days but the person. Who spoke with us says it's not clear a deal will. Be struck for the president. To be interviewed Rita Foley Washington Brixton's. Closing all of its one hundred remaining shopping mall stores the retailers filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. Again, after first filing for bankruptcy in twenty fourteen and says it will focus solely On its thirty five airport locations and online sales Brooke stone CEO says the situation in malls been extremely challenging and the decision to close, them all was difficult Hi I'm Ralph Rousseau AP. College football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That's the coldest day in one hundred and four years on that day and also at the same time twenty one remote automatic weather stations in oregon recorded below freezing temperatures twenty one of them so what you're saying is that guest team we've talked about so often pushing up in on the eastern side pushing down on the western side but the cold is more newsworthy and important then what's happening with the war so earth cycle once again onto recycle yeah and also by the way by on the twenty sixth of june i it was yeah twenty six june they recorded the coldest temperature in talking minus a hundred and forty four degrees fahrenheit not hardly made the news either so this is the pattern that we see with fake news thank you tim cadaver with us i love talking about trends and nobody does it better than gerald celente and he's our guest next on coast to coast am you know jerome corsi the famous author and investigative writer and he appears on our program a lot will jerome corsi has a new book out it's called killing the deep state it's an amazing book and reveals for the first time the identities of the secret government who oppose president trump killing the deep state has become a new york times number one amazon bestseller and for good reason it's revelations are simply shocking even bill o rien lease praised the book so get killing the deep state and also tune into newsmax tv and watch jerome corsi all this week course he has predicted almost every major story with president trump now he says another big shoe will drop soon so get killing the deep state and then tune into.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"The cracks in the fighting for weeks like it's just not good beach a lot of change can happen yeah it's gonna be so hot and romantic and by the end of it you're like oh we can't do it for like another few weeks i am burnt up yeah no saltwater even worse he's become such a celebrity they call him king marcio and he sits outside and takes photos with tourists but that's not his only source of income he also has a collection of books that he sells to people passing by for whatever price they think is fair wondering how he's getting away with this the local authorities noticed what was happening years ago so they pass some loss to try to stop it but mateos has already quote established residency on the beach of course he's king of that beach so unless he moves out he's the only one that police can't touch he's set up his own little country on that beach police in brazil can't get him out reportedly says that the only downside to his sandcastle home is that the sand holds in the heat and with the summer temperatures in rio de janeiro soaring to a hundred and four degrees fahrenheit and above sleeping can become nearly impossible is that the only problem like i would think like not having a bathtub or a place to go number two or you got all right on the beach she just walked down getting the water it's warm it's in rio bathroom you got your bathtub and everything all in one place here's the problem you're on the beach so that stuff washes right back up to your front yard.

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Don't eat romaine lettuce, CDC now warns amid E. coli outbreak

24 Hour News

01:39 min | 3 years ago

Don't eat romaine lettuce, CDC now warns amid E. coli outbreak

"And vomiting the centers for disease control has expanded its warning about tainted romaine that may have come from yuma arizona previously the cdc had only warned against chopped romaine by itself or as part of salads and salad mixes but they're now extending the risk to heads or hearts of romaine lettuce so far the outbreak has infected fifty three people in sixteen states at least thirty one have been hospitalized including five with kidney failure restaurants and retailers were warned not to serve or sell romain lettuce from yuma and anyone who might have some in the refrigerator should throw it out bugs bunny's come to abu dhabi a one billion dollar indoor warner brothers amusement park is set to open this july the hope is the draw of the warner brothers brand which includes everything from cartoons to comic books and movies will help abu dhabi overcome the challenges faced by other theme parks in the emirates including a dubai park that lost three hundred million dollars last year being insight helps that's because summertime temps easily reach above one hundred four degrees fahrenheit with high humidity the large park looks like a big box department store from the outside though it's bright yellow paint and massive stencils of tweety bird and other characters give it away inside the park is separated into bedrock from the flintstones superman's metropolis batmans gotham city cartoon junction and yosemite sam's dynamite.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wow In the World

"California and nevada uh the old dan valley america's director breaking national park that's right death valley is the lowest riased and oddest place in the united states oh not just the us cairo eyes i went to read the backing 1913 they recorded a temperature of fifty seven degrees celsius that's one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit right wow more than one hundred years later it still hasn't been beaten as hottest ever recorded air temperature on how you could practically freia i get that temperature right in fact um thing an oath to there is a uae oh did you just pull those eggs out of your pocket him on the head of the car while you were asking at cactus per directions earlier in the excuse me i'm just wondering if you could give us a directions to our campsite what in night sarah wayne that was like cactus i was talking to a year in one with a pretty prickly personality if you ask me now he drag it was hot enough outside to cook these eggs on the hood of the car wasn't quite a hundred and thirty four degrees out but still seem to do the trick meet the there's sand all over these exit kinney these also they've been sitting in your pocket for who knows how many hours nine hours behind hours it might have been a hot enough to fry an egg on the car earlier but no now the middle of the night really's turning the whole down here.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WJR 760

"On the fives wjr weather center where their weather advisories just north of light precipitation around as we head through this morning some rain mixed freezing rainer light snow mixed in there some slick travel especially north lowercase otherwise as we head through today temperatures in the mid to upper thirty's all day well weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr hey thanks rate you know for the holiday season want you just take a second and tell you tell everybody here what you like best about me oh thank thank thanks ray it's a thirty four degrees fahrenheit y shout new the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr he is ml eric here filling in for frank beckmann and you know i like to look forward i like to like to look into the future some people call me swamy rick actually that's that's not true but do they were looking back because we have a wonderful wonderful book to tell you about with cindy gearing who is the director of the michigan state university archives and historical collection with tales from the archive untold stories at m s you this sounds like he could be a a scary book cynthia i know it's it's been collected but not to scary not even one little ghost story about mary male hall or anything like that were asked about that a lot maybe volume kills tell siegbert the third and the steam tells nothing like that uh you know all of them don't yeah why thought i did but of that this volume has thirty nine historical tales and some pictures and all kinds of just gems from the historical collection which covers is it all one hundred and sixty years of ms you history oh yeah yep while it from a lot of different perspective it what what are some of your favorites i love the early student life documentation uh we find i think every generation think they made up bad behavior on campus but the kids in eighteen ninety nine were getting in two plenty of trouble why would never be so arrogant to think a invented bad behaviour michigan state i would just say refined it it has pranks go any cow tipping stories no there are definitely agricultural element though.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTRH

"The big we will close clear light law what's cool shoes shepherd eligible go to all lawbooks elementary and got no hair in pretty good italy here asia will shoot amount turco but my dad threw people who work with nasa and couple of days after the little landing uh named there a week or so but he gave us pictures uh uh they are strong net famous fakru handler can uh uh hordes with him saturday oh with the reflection of the mountains in the background area shield uhhuh at one signs i noticed go led gave us the pitch looked at the pick up a hilliard said we'll do cook pink asia's is willingly who could bake us as well somebody should be able to shield of the reflection take him to picture how could take a picture like that nobody be a little foxo shield he looked at me is i don't know amass a guy who is tipped workers up remember back to the guy got him from nasa about two weeks later we got pictures of the same photograph with uh although coconut picture and reflection oh interesting and i thought that was something also there's there's got to be some of those pictures out there somewhere laid doctored uh to make it for somebody was taken to pitch which governs the first senior titley also maybe something was wrong but go on from there the though the all those atlanta's had just go four wrapping around the the reason for that was so it would dissipate to the problem was he and kohl uh but you there is no atmosphere into vacuum and so when you're in the sun you're dealing with temperatures over four degrees fahrenheit hung on the back side of it it deal with temperatures to three hundred degrees below zero fahrenheit and so you have such a big difference in temples okay just ill boy does it with factually uh uh because we'll see the difference in temperature you'd fracture the uh.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Rocky Mountain National Podcast

Rocky Mountain National Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Rocky Mountain National Podcast

"Um you know that growing season here is kind of short compared to what most people are used to in their gardens and about our lawyers it well it depends it depends if you're in a really sunny windswept area where you're snowfree for a longer period of time you know you might have a really posh growing season of like ninety days ninety eight yeah yeah we're talking mike of you know living life uh and then other plant communities other areas in the tundra where there is really late lying snow may only have a thirty five or forty day growing season so you don't have a lotta time to do business plant so you kind of have to have some you know tricks up your sleeve in order to start growing at lower temperatures and but your flowers out into the world a little earlier than than a lot of lower elevation plant so it's it's pretty interesting yeah what are some of the tricks we'll certainly on being able to photo synthesized much lower temperatures then your counterparts down low so a lot alpine plants will start growing when temperatures are still you know thirty two thirty four degrees fahrenheit just above freezing really um and then it just growing um quickly and putting a lot of energy into flowering right away because it's actually more energyintensive them exceeds so you wanna have a longer period of the summer um where you're putting that energy and to making seeds for the next generation so a lot of plants appear flower pretty early um and then they have you know hair and that's added that at the hague minerals and waxy coatings and just all kinds of it different adaptations depending on which plant you're talking about and um.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KOMO

"Hundred twenty two people chinese crews have recovered nine bodies the still searching for a hundred nine others after a massive landslide and now county todd at abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news this is twenty four seven news on koa news unfolds acts that summer sizzle is here with it comes the associated dangers of water sports komos mitch pittman spirit saturday on the water with the king county sheriff's marine rescue unit if ever there were a day to be on or via rate body of water this was it is a lot of people in cozy today which is all the more reason that the king county sheriff's marine unit was out there is well it can be easy to be lord out into the side after the winter we had easy to miss a step forget a life jacket or go a little too that they're not here to ruin your day in fact it's just the opposite their goal is to engage in informed yet been callaghan's his water below seventy degrees can cause shock they're gonna have about a minute to get their breathing under control the surface temperature click watch and right now is just sixty six and that some of the warmest in the region their puget sound block dan fifty four degrees fahrenheit yesterday and the rivers are running even colder than that down into the low 40s we're telling people right now just stay out of the rivers which pitman reporting a good alternative big crowds at wild waves this weekend low water park in federal way is celebrating its fortieth birthday when it opened the nineteen in seventy seven it only had six rides now it is much larger fifty raj four rollercoasters in a five hundred thousand.

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"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Sustain heats well above four degrees fahrenheit olive oil we can't do that it's it becomes wretched very quickly you're just better off with either eugene real butter yet that's correct real butter even though you're gonna probably have your carter cardiologists have a heart attack when you hear that but the truth the matter you know they they've been talked about exiting bad for you and eggs causing cardiovascular disease which the framing and study actually our debunked that statement as well show what gonna respectfully disagree with that report that no not all saturated fats are bad for you shop are some are and believe it or not cochran oil is one of those that we think what a huge properly actually has a lot of benefits and we're going to take this opportunity to talk about some of the benefits that cochran all does before we do that dr blix let's get into this whole good fat bat that what are they talking about their what is considered a good fat which considered that that well i i think a lot of confusion just comes around our diet in general and so uh you know when you think about diet advice for example you could say well the vegetarian diet is the healthiest well okay there's some studies that talk about that and so some good venom it but what if you're vegetarian diet consist of all bread and cheese do you think that's a healthy diet are people might say a vegan diet or a palio diet is the healthy as well is that the healthy up and say if it's all steak bacon of course not so you can see how things can get warped through different lenses but to say that all pats are created equal would certainly be untrue oh there are when we think about and saturated fats so one of the issues on terms of saturated fat is that on the american heart association will talk about house a saturated fat is more likely to cause issues in terms of arteries are more likely to and therefore more likely to inform plaques and and then if you form a plaque in the artery then you're gonna increase the pressure in that artery again think about your thumb over the end of a garden hose they increases the pressure and so the heart.

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