20 Burst results for "Greenland Greenland"

Section of largest remaining Arctic ice shelf shatters

The World

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Section of largest remaining Arctic ice shelf shatters

"Picture Picture the the island island of of Manhattan. Manhattan. Now Now picture picture a a slab slab of of ice. ice. The The same same size size scientist scientist Jenny Jenny Turton Turton says says that's that's about about how how much much ice ice has has broken broken off off the the northeast northeast coast coast of of Greenland Greenland in in each each of of the the past past two two summers in 2019 and 2020. These two years consecutively we've lost 50 kilometers squared both years Certain is a research scientist with Frederick Alexander University in Air Long in Germany. She's been studying the Arctic largest remaining floating ice shelf. Called Neil Cause feuds Jordan or simply 79 north in English. This week, her research team confirmed a Manhattan sized chunk of 79 North broke off this summer, just like the previous summer. Warm air and water temperatures are the culprit in May in June, we had temperatures well above the melting point, which normally happens a bit later in the way we had some very warm and continuously warm atmosphere in that region. Then. Also, the ocean has been warming underneath the glacier as well. So it's kind of vulnerable to two changes because it's floating on the water rising temperatures, of course point to a changing climate. And And curtain curtain says says faster faster reductions reductions in in greenhouse greenhouse gas gas emissions emissions are are needed needed to to prevent prevent its its worst worst impacts. impacts. We're We're running running running out out out of of of time time time for for for this this this window window window where where where we we we can can can still still still make make make a a a difference difference difference to to reduce reduce our our carbon carbon emissions emissions

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Well I'm not going to change anything I'd like to see how your hair with you know one thing we are punching above our weight you know the difference between Donald Trump in Greenland Greenland is not for sale sometimes if you haven't noticed you use a little humor like when he called me snow woman at my announcement in the middle of that thing I wrote back on Twitter I'd like to see how your hair with Donald Trump so I wrote back Donald Trump so I wrote back I wrote back tweeted back this is like to see to see how K. eleven thirty one oh three five welcome back to your very somber addition of justice center for super Tuesday I'm very confused I don't know if I'm supposed to be Saturday because every supposed to adopt a dog for for just a dollar a day job you can keep baby closer in this race two dollars a day for both lines so I don't have to see your name anymore just ten dollars that just the price of a Cup of coffee I'm sorry I can't.

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Star and I will be on my side and I'd like to see how your hair with posted they could be I know the Mexican president you tell me his name and if you trying to say that I don't really with the cold can you really as I said the other day you know the difference between Donald Trump and Greenland Greenland is not for sale we know one thing we are punching above our weight it's when you guys are supposed to cheer in the area the her name is I'm very proud to know her and her name is governor thank you money from exile in ten thousand dollars for a friend personal space since posted notes were invented in my state that's when you guys are supposed to cheer but in the Donald Trump the sciences my side and I'd like to see how your hair would my favorite moment Klobuchar's attire presidential campaign is this is the botching of the governor of Kansas at the debate that's that's.

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"The westernmost part of South America. Yeah that just barely crosses over the longitude line. That is you know to the east of Florida. It is deceiving. You know because as we do think of it as we know what to write a little bit but it's really a lot farther to the right than most of us have in our mental maps of the world. That is surprising when you really look at it. Let's jump to number three okay. Spain is larger than Alaska. So let me say uh-huh I can't be wrong that you guys remember that map grossly distorts. Yes I'm Meghan. I meant to ask you about mercader mercator projection or Robertson. Jackie map is distorting Alaska to the point. The Alaska is gigantic. Actually Alaska would be more distorted than Spain. I would think but I'm not sure exactly where Spain situated in relation to the point spilled Alaska is more is distorted distorted to look a lot bigger than it. Actually it's like Greenland Greenland never appears correct or hardly ever greenland is nowhere near as big appearing as As big as it is right it's insanely distort so there is a website. There is a website the true size sized dot com so you can take aac any country right and then and then pick it up and move it around the world and soon watches get the store. They superimpose it over any other programs right. Dad's cool so like if you pick up if you pick up Ethiopia which is near the equator and and you move it over Greenland like the distortion effect completely changes your sense of how big each is related to each other so if you pick up Spain and move it over over Alaska it looks completely different than it does on the actual mature but Alaska is still a little bit bigger. Okay but it's not by. Why is much as you think? By as much as you think you know when you look at Alaska and Spain on the math the way it usually is you know. Spain is about out if you when you pick up Spain and move it over to Alaska it gets about twice the size that normally appears it gets too sure in some dimensions is it. Is it east to West. It's as big as Alaska but it's not quite as big north-south so it's it is really really. Did you go with square kilometers. The Measurement Ascherman Ultimately Steve. Or what did you use either way either way you look it up in miles or look at it you know on this when you can make a one into one comparison without eliminating the Alaska has got a lot island this among others so you got to take that into account as well. Yeah yeah absolutely. All this means that this was this was the most surprising to me the entire. UK is north of northernmost point on the continental us so the UK is basically in Canada. We think of Canada is being very old. The end you're right Bob. The the the the Europe is a lot gulfs warmer because of yeah because of the the currency no for the Malia if we if they lost that current not impossible would be like isolate swagger candidate. Would it would yet cold fast. Yeah yeah the other one. I didn't I didn't want to have a fourth one. But do so you think that more of the land mass of Africa is north of the equator or south of the equator I think North North uh-huh. Yeah it's more north that big ball because the big bucks but I think we tend to think of Africa is a southern hemisphere continent but actually the majority of it is north arrived at the equator. Wow very little of south. America's north of the equator. Very little. Yet very little right just like Venezuela L. in Columbia and a little bit of Brazil so we project a little bit of that onto Africa trying to pull it further south than it actually is so yes. It was South America's farther east. Thank you think. It is an Africa's for anything that is yeah and everything you know. That's far north of the equator is not as big. I love geography. Please don't hold the Wales things against me. I have map collections. I collect Globes. I've a map file..

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"E._u. is finding the u._k. As messy as ever to deal with <hes> and of course angela merkel today <hes> it will be emmanuel macron tomorrow so certainly one to watch on our boris johnson schedule. Let's jump long now to a different part of the political spectrum president. Donald trump has cancelled an upcoming trip to denmark. The decision comes as the u._s. President made the outlandish outlandish even for him suggestion this week that the u._s. could potentially by greenland greenland is autonomous danish territory and as we have been being told not for sale. Here's what mr trump has been saying about it recently. Essentially it's a large real estate deal. A lot of things could be done so hurting denmark very badly because they're losing almost seven hundred million dollars a year carrying so they carry it at a great loss and strategically for the united states that would be nice and we're a big ally of denmark and we helped denmark and we protect denmark and we will <hes> in fact. I'm supposed to stop. I'm thinking what about going. There definitely going there but i may be going. We're going to poland and then we may be going to denmark not for this reason at all but <hes> we're looking at it. It's not number one in the burner okay robin. I need to bring up something. One observation trump seems to reference the that greenland has been operating at a loss for denmark. It almost sounds as if he's talking about an asset accompany or perhaps even a used car aw but that's the way he sees the world isn't it. I mean you just played the clip a large real estate deal. I've been that that is his background. That's the way he sees the world. It's all to do with buying canceling profit and loss <hes> doing deals however i think we're making a mistake th th the thing i think we need to do whenever mr trump says something else. Land dish rush is to see what it is. He doesn't want us to be talking about and i was looking at what he was tweeting about before. Greenland suddenly became the big trump story. He's tweeting tweeting about a new fox news poll which he really objected to because it showed him likely to lose to any one of the main democratic party candidates did it in the presidential election next year and he said something going on fox <hes> that fake news as well just like everybody else and he got really upset the other thing that he was tweeting about was that book this book. That's just come out by his former. Rather short lived <hes> press advisor anthony scaramucci which is less than polite about mr trump scaramucci and other disgruntled former employees called him a highly unstable nut job. He didn't want us talking about that. He's perfectly happy for us to talk about greenland. He's joking his critics around. He's dominating the agenda. Which is what he loves to do. We know from several counts that if he's not on the headline turned on the t._v. T._v. news headlines. He objects speeches around. They talking about me. He's got what he wanted well in date and is very very difficult to navigate the news agenda endo when adults saying that donald trump is constantly at the steering wheel as to what we ought to be talking about oh. We'll be talking about <hes> linda when you saw this news break a couple of days ago did you. Who did you think that donald trump or even his wider administration were treating these with any degree of seriousness whatsoever look. I'll admit when we spoke about it i on this. It's very program. I seem to recall a jonathan fenby saying that he wasn't sure where the story came from couldn't even possibly believe that trump had actually said this but it does seem as if trump <hes> and he's watered administration do think that that greenland could possibly be for sale.

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Trump postpones Denmark trip over Greenland sale

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Trump postpones Denmark trip over Greenland sale

"President. Donald trump has cancelled an upcoming trip to denmark. The decision comes as the u._s. President made the outlandish outlandish even for him suggestion this week that the u._s. could potentially by greenland greenland is autonomous danish territory and as we have been being told not for sale. Here's what mr trump has been saying about it recently. Essentially it's a large real estate deal. A lot of things could be done so hurting denmark very badly because they're losing almost seven hundred million dollars a year carrying so they carry it at a great loss and strategically for the united states that would be nice and we're a big ally of denmark and we helped denmark and we protect denmark and we will <hes> in fact. I'm supposed to stop. I'm thinking what about going. There definitely going there but i may be going. We're going to poland and then we may be going to denmark not for this reason at all but <hes> we're looking at it. It's not number one in the burner okay robin. I need to bring up something. One observation trump seems to reference the that greenland has been operating at a loss for denmark. It almost sounds as if he's talking about an asset accompany or perhaps even a used car aw but that's the way he sees the world isn't it. I mean you just played the clip a large real estate deal. I've been that that is his background. That's the way he sees the world. It's all to do with buying canceling profit and loss <hes> doing deals however i think we're making a mistake th th the thing i think we need to do whenever mr trump says something else. Land dish rush is to see what it is. He doesn't want us to be talking about and i was looking at what he was tweeting about before. Greenland suddenly became the big trump story. He's tweeting tweeting about a new fox news poll which he really objected to because it showed him likely to lose to any one of the main democratic party candidates did it in the presidential election next year and he said something going on fox <hes> that fake news as well just like everybody else and he got really upset the other thing that he was tweeting about was that book this book. That's just come out by his former. Rather short lived <hes> press advisor anthony scaramucci which is less than polite about mr trump scaramucci and other disgruntled former employees called him a highly unstable nut job. He didn't want us talking about that. He's perfectly happy for us to talk about greenland. He's joking his critics around. He's dominating the agenda. Which is what he loves to do. We know from several counts that if he's not on the headline turned on the t._v. T._v. news headlines. He objects speeches around. They talking about me. He's got what he wanted well in date and is very very difficult to navigate the news agenda endo when adults saying that donald trump is constantly at the steering wheel as to what we ought to be talking about oh. We'll be talking about <hes> linda when you saw this news break a couple of days ago did you. Who did you think that donald trump or even his wider administration were treating these with any degree of seriousness whatsoever look. I'll admit when we spoke about it i on this. It's very program. I seem to recall a jonathan fenby saying that he wasn't sure where the story came from couldn't even possibly believe that trump had actually said this but it does seem as if trump <hes> and he's watered administration do think that that greenland could possibly be for sale

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"This is the latest crazy antics of our president so they ran with the story and green knew they were going to run with the story because it had trump's name aim in it and it was a wild. It was a wild claim. That really had very little basis in reality. If you think about it there there are probably a thousand discussions a- day that happen inside in and around the white house about. Should we do this or should we do that. Maybe it would be a good idea. Let's keep this idea on the table title. They have contingency plans for example for the invasion of virtually every nation on earth in fact. I i know for probably every every nation on earth. The america has a contingency plan of how we would invade how we would go to war how we would start a war with those countries. It's all part of the military's <hes> gamesmanship and game play that helps keep them fresh okay well. What if this happened. What if what if suddenly iran decided that they were going to develop a nuclear weapon and then we decided and the president said that we're going to go in and we gotta take care of this. How would we do it. So there's a lot of this kind of what if role playing stuff that you do in the military sorry and that helps you prepare for every possible scenario what happens if texas gets hit by nuclear weapon tomorrow right airburst <hes>. What's our response going to be. They do this stuff all day long. The idea that somehow this one conversation about greenland was was a legitimate idea is slim to none most likely it was just a conversation that trump was having what might be nice that we ought to just by that country. It'd be super cheap. The oil revenues that we generate from it in the strategic military presence we can amass there. <hes> would would validate the purchase so i i just. I think it's an incredible p._r. Stunt that greenland decided to play and instead. Everybody's missing the point and they're looking at it from the standpoint of oh look at crazy trump trump again what one of the things i was reading about. It said that it came up. A denmark currently owns greenland greenland autonomous but denmark technically <music> owns it and at dinner apparently <hes> a denmark representative was talking about how much trouble having coming up with the four hundred and twenty million dollars subsidy that they need to send their to greenland and so trump was like maybe we should buy greenland. You guys can't afford it. Maybe we should buy it and that's that's what started the conversation and honestly the whole idea the the the picture that were painted in the media that that it's there's all this contention and everyone hates trump and it's all blustering bravado back and forth. It's all just a just a just for show for the media in person. There's no like like the like city-khan. If he met trump in person they would be perfectly congenial and they'd may be talking talking and everything and then they're kind of like oh..

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Greenland Greenland, Wall Street Journal And Trump discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Greenland Greenland, Wall Street Journal And Trump discussed on Here & Now

"We're open for business us but we're not for sale that is a tweet from greenland's ministry of foreign affairs in response to a wall street journal report that president trump expressed interest in the u._s. Buying greenland greenland is an autonomous country in the kingdom of denmark about fifty six thousand people live there

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Fuck and joke with the cops. He's a cop. The cops are taking pictures signing autographs and taking pictures, then I know what you're thinking we've got Greenland Greenland, and so I just let my guard down. And like I say my bodyguard who's been covered thirty years James Heywood in Houston, Texas and his wife beneath who's been a Cup of thirty years. He always tells me he says toes, all these cops don't like you. So I can't believe he's I can't believe you with that stupid to let your guard down just due to ask you to do when they when they start asking for autographs and pitches, don't fucking smile and joke around and I learned a very valuable lesson that night. I did. Yeah. No. But I, but I know what you were thinking. It's like, whoa. I mean. Self fees in autograph with his green. Let me go. Like, I couldn't have been that drunk. They let me go. They're like, hey, you're good to go. Now. You know what? I am booked me. And did everything signed from take pitches. They're like you're good to go now. And I says. Oh, do I have to get the tattoo. You're thinking y'all get attached to you know, what I learned about will lesson. Just now I realized that at at five ten and one hundred and seventy five pounds and you being six six into something. If you needed we'll leave it at that. I'm not going to I'm going to start it with a two. If you need a bodyguard that I must need like a fucking army. I think I think I'm the way things have changed. Now. I don't think in a celebrity can go out by itself in more for the simple fact, number one people always wanna fight. Always wanna fuck which there's one gal night like when? And I'm pretty sure it happened to you like you can go out and everybody in the bar like Otis Lance Armstrong. That's cool. That's cool is one. But there's I we always call it the one there's one guy who stands close enough to say, oh, Charles Barclay was an asshole Lance Armstrong's an asshole, and they're close enough just to hear like everybody else in the bar got a life of their own. They don't give a shit that Lance Armstrong. Charles Barkley was in the bar. They there to have fun identified drink, but there's one bucking gap night, Lance who's gonna fuck what you and I I laugh about it. Now, we call. Oh. 'cause like my friends who say, oh, I hear the one. Boy, there's going to be one guy. I who gonna mess with you. And they only want to sue you. I mean, they're gonna see you. I mean because you can't hit them. But but first of all they're not gonna fight you. But they just want you to hit them or something. Right. So. Sits with so many endless ways, we can take this conversation. When I read I'd forgotten that you went to Auburn. So I just want to go back to Auburn for a second because I want I want to tell you story. So and I'm reading your history at coming from leads and then go into Auburn. And then and then look at the years that you were and I was like that was probably around the time that Bo Jackson was there. Well, but was in causal me. Let's get that. Correct. So I was that I hang on. This is my podcast. So I said I sent bow attacks. I said do you have a second. I have a question he says, call me. And so I said, listen, I got Charles on the podcast. And I said in just learned I- figuring out like you guys were at Auburn together. I was like you gotta have some shit on him. And he said, you know, you know, Bowe ex and talks so funny. He's like he says he considers himself number one. And I said, what do you mean? He says, Lance. He believes that he is the number one athlete that ever went to Auburn. And I am number two. And Cam Newton and Frank Thomas confided out for number three. Every time I see Jackson and these. But by the way, tell him I love him. Every time. I see Bo Jackson. We call each other number two. Liam. When we talk to each other. We hate number too. How's how's everything going? He's. Yeah. Everything's good. He's numb to how's your family?.

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"But if you're going from earth to Mars it actually takes longer to get there with electric propulsion than it does with chemical propulsion if because it the time it takes to speed up is longer than the time. It takes to get there on the other hand if you're going from earth to Saturn electric propulsion would get you there faster. Robert if you had to pick one man going back to the moon or going to Mars, which would you pick? I picked Mars you would because you know. I mean, look we went to the. Moon fifty years ago, we're not going to inspire the next generation by doing things that their grandparents generation did the science on Mars is far more profound. We're going to discover the truth about the potential existence and diversity of life in the universe and marshes got much more resources. I mean if you compare Mars to the moon. To the choice in the age of ocean. Exploration Mars compares to the moon two-way North America compared to Greenland Greenland was closer to Europe Europeans got to Greenland long before they got to North America. But it wasn't a place where you could build a civilization that didn't have all the different resources. And so Mars is is you know, is a much richer world. But you know, here's NASA. And frankly, it doesn't have the confidence to take on Mars. Well, then they say, well, then we'll go to the moon. Well, what I say is. Okay. If you think you need to go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Go to the moon don't come off with some other thing that's a halfway house. You have to do before you go to the moon because if we could go to the moon fifty years ago, we could go to the moon now. Can you believe it next July will be fifty years since we went to the moon with the first time fifty years already? Remember where did the time go? Yeah. I don't know. I was seventeen when we landed on the moon, and if anybody had told me then that I'd be sixty six and we'd be sitting here stuck on earth. I I would have thought they were crazy. Yeah. I would agree east of the Rockies. Joe's with us Long Island, New York, Joe go ahead. I'm sorry. I didn't get to go to the mall but couple of questions and deep space when we send out these probes. Would you? What would you? Dealing with extreme heat even open space as opposed to these planets, and would it be advantageous to us to kind of go to mercury what some sort of probes in case back here? We have one away global warming due to maybe solar flares combined. What CO two increases? In other words, what the spin off dealing with extremes heating space help us to deal with a potentially back here. And also, what kind of person would profile going to Mars, how would you profile a potential candidate to travel on a ship to tomorrow's what type of personal way looking for? All right. Let me take the questions one at a time. The first question it'd be hot and space. If you're close to the sun, if your far away from the sun, it's called, and if you're in earth orbit it kind of depends on whether you're in the sun right now or not, but. You know? We do have a kind. I mean, you can you can get the reason why spacesuits are white is because they they can overheat from sunlight, and they want to reflect most of as much as you can right on the other hand things that are in shadow even in earth orbit can get cold. So you kind of have to watch that. But space itself. Doesn't really have temperature. But certainly the the power of the sun is much more when you're close to it and you get hotter. Much faster. Now, second question profiles of people. Okay. Hold on for a second. The Robert we're gonna hit this break already school by fast with you, Robert Zubin breath us will be back. We'll let them finish up. Joe's questions there and interesting what kind of a personality would wanna go to March. We'll be back in a moment on coast to coast AM feeling lost. Not by your radio. Grab your smartphone. Or computer and listen to iheartradio pick up the free iheartradio apps in the app store or go to I heart radio dot com. I have never seen a president more bash disrespect. The Republicans are doing some people never shut up. Absolutely. That's just the way we like it. And he Obama's conversation continues twenty four seven so much not enough time to stay. AM seven hundred. San's? Most stimulating talk. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey, fellas sports fans at sandy west. And I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start way back in eighteen fifty seven where the world's first soccer club or football club. Sheffield f c is founded in England this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one the Green Bay Packers played their first NFL game a seven six win over the Minneapolis marines this week in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine NBC becomes the first network to televise a pro football game. The Brooklyn Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Eagles twenty three to fourteen at Brooklyn's Ebbets field this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty six ice hockey legend, Bobby ORR, scores his first career goal against the Montreal Canadians at the time of his retirement. He was deleting defensemen league history with two hundred seventy goals this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the New Jersey Americans who later became the new. Any jersey? Nets played their first ABA gangs and jumping ahead this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety three Joe Carter hits only the second baseball World Series winning home run as the Toronto Blue Jays win game. 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"greenland greenland" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on KNSS

"But if you're going from earth to Mars it actually takes longer to get there with electric propulsion than it does with chemical propulsion if because it the time it takes to speed up is longer than the time. It takes to get there on the other hand if you going from earth to Saturn electric propulsion would get you there faster. Robert if you had to pick one man going back to the moon or going to Mars, which would you pick? I picked Mars you would because you know. I mean, look we went to the moon fifty years ago, we're not going to inspire the next generation by doing things that their grandparents generation did the science. Since on Mars is far more profound. We're going to discover the truth about the potential existence and diversity of life in the universe and marshes got much more resources. I mean if you compare Mars to the moon. To the choice in the age of ocean. Exploration Mars compares to the moon to North America compared to Greenland Greenland was closer to Europe Europeans got Greenland long before they got to North America. But it wasn't a place where you could build a civilization. It didn't have all the different resources. And so Mars is is you know, is a much richer world. But you know, here's NASA. And frankly, it doesn't have the confidence to take on Mars. Well, then they say, well, then we'll go to the moon. Well, what I say is. Okay. If you think you need to go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Go to the moon don't come up with some other thing that's a halfway house. You have to do before you go to the moon because if you go to the moon fifty years ago, we could go to the moon now. Can you believe in it next July will be fifty years since we went to the moon with the the first time fifty years already wherever we're the time go. Yeah. I don't know. I was seventeen when we landed on the moon, and if anybody had told me then that I'd be sixty six and we'd be sitting here stuck on earth. I I I would have thought they were crazy. Yeah. I would agree east of the Rockies jobs with us Long Island New York age. Oh, go ahead. I'm sorry. I didn't get to go to the mall, but a couple of questions and deep space when we send out these probes. Would you? What would you be dealing with extreme heat even open space as opposed to these planets, and would it be advantageous to us to kind of go to mercury what some sorta probes in case back here, we have one away global warming due to maybe solar flares combined. What's CO two increases? In other words, what the spin off of dealing with what's extremes heating space help us to deal with a potentially back here. And also, what kind of person would profile going to Mars, how would you profile a potential candidate to travel on a ship, Tom? Tomorrow's what type of personal way looking for. All right. Let me take the questions one at a time. The first question it'd be hot and space. If you're close to the sun, if your far away from the sun, it's cold, and if you're in earth orbit it kind of depends on whether you're in the sun right now or not. But. You know? We do have a kind. I mean, you can you can get the reason why spacesuits are white is because they they can overheat from sunlight, and they want to reflect most of as much as you can right on the other hand things that are in shadow even in earth orbit can get cold. So you kind of have to watch that. But space itself doesn't really have a temperature. But certainly the the power of the sun is much more when you're close to it and you get hotter. Much faster. Now, second question profiles of people. Okay. Hold on for a second. The Robert we're gonna hit this break. Already going by fast with Robert Rubin. Breath us will be back. We'll let them finish up. Joe's questions there and interesting what kind of a personality would want to go to Mars. We'll be back in a moment on coast to coast AM feeling lost. Not by your radio. Grab your smartphone. Or computer and listen to I heart radio pick up the free iheartradio apps in the store or go to I heart radio dot com..

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on KGO 810

"But if you're going from earth to Mars it actually takes longer to get there with electric propulsion than it does with chemical propulsion if because it the time it takes to speed up is longer than the time. It takes to get there on the other hand if you're going from earth to Saturn electric propulsion would get you there faster. Robert if you had to pick one man going back to the moon or going to Mars, which would you pick? I pick Mars you would because you know. I mean, look we went to the. Moon fifty years ago, we're not going to inspire the next generation by doing things that their grandparents generation did the science on Mars is far more profound. We're going to discover the truth about the potential existence and diversity of life in the universe and marshes got much more resources. I mean if you compare Mars to the moon. To the choice in the age of ocean. Exploration Mars compares to the moon to way, North America compared to Greenland Greenland was closer to Europe Europeans. Gotcha Greenland long before they got to North America. But it wasn't a place where you could build a civilization that didn't have all the different resources. And so Mars is is is you know, is a much richer world. But you know, here's NASA. And frankly, it doesn't have the confidence to take on Mars. Well, then they say, well, then we'll go to the moon. Well, what I say is. Okay. If you think you need to go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Go to the don't come off with some other thing that's a halfway house. You have to do before you go to the moon because if you go to the moon fifty years ago, we could go to the moon now. Can you believe in it next July will be fifty years since we went to the moon with the first time fifty years already wherever we're at the time go. Yeah. I don't know. I was seventeen when we landed on the moon. And if anybody told me, then that I'd be sixty six and we'd be sitting here stuck on earth. I I would have thought they were crazy. Yeah. I would agree east of the Rockies. Joe's with us Long Island New York age. Oh, go ahead. I'm sorry. It didn't get to go to the mall, but a couple of questions and deep space when we send out these probes. Would you? Where would you be dealing with extreme heat even open space as opposed to these planets, and would it be advantageous to us to kind of go to mercury what some sort of probes in case back here? We have one away global warming due to maybe solar flares combined. What's CO two increases? In other words, what the spin off of dealing with what's extremes heat and space help us to deal with a potentially back here. And also, what kind of person would profile going to Mars, how would you profile a potential candidate to travel on a ship? Tomorrow's what type of personally looking for. All right. Let me take the questions one at a time. The first question it'd be hot and space. If you're close to the sun, if your far away from the sun, it's called, and if you're in earthworm, it kind of depends on whether you're in the sun right now or not. But. You know? We do have a kind. I mean, you you can see the reason why spacesuits are white is because they can overheat from sunlight, and they want to reflect most of as much as you can right on the other hand things that are in shadow even in earth orbit can get cold. So you kind of have to watch that. But space itself doesn't really have a temperature. But certainly the the power of the sun is much more when you're close to it and you get hotter. Much faster. Now, second question profiles of people. Okay. Hold on for a second. The Robert we're gonna hit this break already going by fast with you Robert Juban will be back. We'll let them finish up. Joe's questions there and interesting what kind of a personality would wanna go to Mars..

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But if you're going from earth to Mars it actually takes longer to get there with electric propulsion than it does with chemical propulsion if because it the time it takes to speed up is longer than the time. It takes to get there on the other hand if you going from earth to Saturn electric propulsion would get you there faster. Robert if you had to pick one man going back to the moon or going to Mars, which would you pick? I picked Mars you would because you know. I mean, look we went to the moon fifty years ago. We're. Not going to inspire. The next generation by doing things that their grandparents generation did the science on Mars is far more profound. We're going to discover the truth about the potential existence and diversity of life in the universe and marshes got much more resources. I mean if you compare Mars to the moon. To the choice in the age of ocean. Exploration Mars compares to the moon way, North America compared to Greenland Greenland was closer to Europe Europeans. Gotcha Greenland long before they got to North America. But it wasn't a place where you could build a civilization that didn't have all the different resources. And so Mars is is is is a much richer world. But you know, here's NASA. And frankly, it doesn't have the confidence to take on Mars. Well, then they say, well, then we'll go to the moon. Well, what I say is. Okay. If you think you need to go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with the go to the moon come off with some other thing that's a halfway house. You have to do before you go to the moon because if you go to the moon fifty years ago, we could go to the moon now. Can you believe that next July will be fifty years since we went to the moon with the first time fifty years already wherever did the time. Go. Yeah. I don't know. I was seventeen when we landed on the moon, and if anybody had told me then that I'd be sixty six and we'd be sitting here stuck on earth. I I would have thought they were crazy. Yeah. I would agree east of the Rockies. Joe's with us Long Island New York age. Oh, go ahead. I'm sorry. It didn't get to go to the mall, but couple of questions and deep space when we send out these probes. Would you? What would you be dealing with extreme heat even open space as opposed to these planets, and would it be advantageous to us to kind of go to mercury what some sort of probes in case back here? We have one away global warming due to maybe solar flags combined. What's CO two increases? In other words, what the spin off of dealing with what's extremes heating space help us to deal with a potentially back here. And also, what kind of person would profile going to Mars, how would you profile a potential candidate to travel on a ship, Tom? Tomorrow's what type of personal way looking for. All right. Let me take the questions one at a time. The first question it'd be hot and space. If you're close to the sun, if your far away from the sun, it's called, and if you're in earth orbit it kind of depends on whether you're in the sun right now or not. But. You know? We do have a kind. I mean, you you can see the reason why spacesuits are white is because they they can overheat from sunlight, and they want to reflect most as much as you can right on the other hand things that are in shadow even in orbit can get cold. So you kind of have to watch that. But space itself doesn't really have a temperature. But certainly the the power of the sun is much more when you're close to it and you get hotter. Much faster. Now, second question profiles of people. Okay. Hold on for a second. The Robert we're gonna hit this break already school by fast with you. Robert Zubin us will be back. We'll let them finish up. Joe's questions there and interesting what kind of a personality would wanna go to March..

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"But if you're going from earth to Mars it actually takes longer to get there with electric propulsion than it does with chemical propulsion if because at the time it takes to speed up is longer than the time. It takes to get there on the other hand if you going from earth to Saturn electric propulsion would get you there faster. Robert if you had to pick one man going back to the moon or going to Mars, which would you pick? I pick Mars you would because you know. I mean, look we went to the. Moon fifty years ago, we're not going to inspire the next generation by doing things that their grandparents generation did the science on Mars is far more profound. We're going to discover the truth about the potential existence and diversity of life in the universe and marshes got much more resources. I mean if you compare Mars to the moon. To the choice in the age of ocean. Exploration Mars compares to the moon delay North America compared to Greenland Greenland was closer to Europe Europeans got to Greenland long before they got to North America. But it wasn't a place where you could build a civilization that didn't have all the different resources. And so Mars is is you know, is a much richer world. But you know, here's NASA. And frankly, it doesn't have the confidence to take on Mars. Well, then they say, well, then we'll go to the moon. Well, but I say is okay. If you think you need to go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Go to the moon don't come off with some other thing that's a halfway house. You have to do before you go to the moon because if you go to the moon fifty years ago, we could go to the moon now. Can you believe that next July will be fifty years since we went to the moon with the the first time fifty years already wherever we're at the time go. Yeah. I don't know. I was seventeen when we landed on the moon, and if anybody had told me then that I'd be sixty six and we'd be sitting here stuck on earth. I I would have thought they were crazy. Yeah. I would agree east of the Rockies jobs with us, Long Island, New York. Hey, Joe, go ahead. I'm sorry. I didn't get to go to the mall, but a couple of questions and deep space when we send out these probes. Would you? What would you be dealing with extreme heat even open space as opposed to these planets, and would it be advantageous to us to kind of go to mercury what some sort of probes in case back here? We have one away global warming due to maybe solar flares combined. What's CO two increases? In other words, what the spin off of dealing with what's extremes heat and space help us to deal with a potentially back here. And also, what kind of person would profile going to Mars, how would you profile a potential candidate to travel on a ship, Tom? Tomorrow's what type of personally looking for. All right. Let me take the questions one at a time. The first question it'd be hot and space. If you're close to the sun, if you far away from the sun, it's called, and if you're in earth orbit it kind of depends on whether you're in the sun right now or not. But. You know? We do have a kind. I mean, you you can see the reason why spacesuits are white is because they can overheat from sunlight, and they want to reflect most as much as you can. Yeah. Right on the other hand things that are in shadow even in earth orbit can get cold. So you kind of have to watch that. But space itself. Doesn't really have a temperature. But certainly the the power of the sun is much more when you're close to it and you get hotter. Much faster. Now, second question profiles of people. Okay. Hold on for a second. The Robert we're gonna hit this break already. It's going by fast with Robert Rubin. Breath us will be back. We'll let them finish up. Joe's questions there and interesting what kind of a personality would wanna go to March. We'll be back in a moment. Coast to coast AM feeling lost. Not by your radio. Grab your smartphone. Or computer and listen to I heart radio pick up the free iheartradio apps in the app store or go to I heart radio dot com. Radio KLBJ. I'm Eric Blanca cruises convening a parade.

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But if you're going from earth to Mars it actually takes longer to get there with electric propulsion than it does with chemical propulsion if because it the time it takes to speed up is longer than the time. It takes to get there on the other hand if you going from earth to Saturn electric propulsion would get you there faster. Robert if you had to pick one man going back to the moon or going to Mars, which would you pick? I pick Mars you would because you know. I mean, look we went to the moon fifty years ago. We're not going to inspire. The next generation by doing things that their grandparents generation did the science on Mars is far more profound. We're going to discover the truth about the potential existence and diversity of life in the universe and marshes got much more resources. I mean if you compare Mars to the moon. To the choice in the age of ocean. Exploration Mars compares to the moon to North America compared to Greenland Greenland was closer to Europe Europeans got to Greenland long before they got to North America. But it wasn't a place where you could build a civilization that didn't have all the different resources. And so Mars is is you know, is a much richer world. But you know, here's NASA. And frankly, it doesn't have the confidence to take on Mars. Well, then they say, well, then we'll go to the moon. Well, what I say is. Okay. If you think you need to go to the moon before you go to Mars, then get on with it. Go to the moon don't come off with some other thing that's a halfway house. You have to do before you go to the moon because if you go to the moon fifty years ago, we could go to the moon now. Can you believe in it next July will be fifty years since we went to the moon with the first time fifty years already wherever where did the time go. Yeah. I don't know. I was seventeen when we landed on the moon, and if anybody had told me that I'd be sixty six and we'd be sitting here stuck on earth. I I would have thought they were crazy. Yeah. I would agree east of the Rockies. Joe's with us, Long Island, New York. Hey, Joe, go ahead. But I'm sorry. You didn't get to go to the mall, but couple of questions and deep space when we send out these probes. Would you? Where would you be dealing with extreme heat even open space as opposed to these planets, and would it be advantageous to us to kind of go to mercury what some sort of probes in case back here, we have one away global warming due to maybe solar flares combined. What's CO two increases? In other words, what the spin off of dealing with. What's extreme heat and space help us to deal with potentially back here? And also what kind of person would profile going to Mars? How would you profile a potential candidate to travel on a ship tomorrow? What type of personally looking for? All right. Let me take the questions one at a time. The first question it'd be hot and space. If you're close to the sun. If you're far away from the sun, it's called, and if you're in earth orbit it kind of depends on whether you're in the sun right now or not, but. You know? We do have a kind. I mean, you can you can get the reason why spacesuits are white is because they they can overheat from sunlight, and they want to reflect most as much as you can right on the other hand things that are in shadow even in earth orbit can get cold. So you kind of have to watch that. But space itself. Doesn't really have a temperature. But certainly the the power of the sun is much more when you're close to it and you get hotter. Much faster. Now, second question profiles of people. Okay. Hold on for a second. The Robert we're gonna hit this break already going by fast. With you, Robert Rubin. Breath us will be back. We'll let them finish up. Joe's questions there and interesting what kind of a personality would wanna go to Mars. We'll be back in a moment. I'm coast to coast AM feeling lost. Not by your radio. Grab your smartphone. Or computer? Listen to I heart radio pick up the free iheartradio apps in the store or go to I heart radio dot com..

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Relief factor dot com stood studio. Joined now by Representative Mike Gallagher. He near Green Bay. It's very very sad that they cannot. He's patriot mobile member of the week, but they can't teach claim after us the rules up in Green Bay. That's very sad. It's very sad that that they've got this aging quarterback that now Baker Mayfield is the new old Aaron Rodgers and Aaron Rodgers just old and and they fell apart. And while we are one one in one the Browns, we are ascending and the Packers at one one one and a declining is this very sad day to talk to Mike Gallagher. These these shot get cheaper every week here. The first of all the NFL serious problem on their hands. I mean apparently made it completely illegal for anyone on defense to stack. We're touched the quarterback. We're not far away from the day quarterback flags and you want even be like, wait, where's my name, Amy button? Where's my me? I need my I need. We are beaker. Okay. Then we no. Oh. A full weight of his body tried to cross the man of fleas. This is football. Oh, you're supposed to do is spend the laws of gravity and mid air isolate your Browns for their win. I like Baker Mayfield confident, and I love the video that guy finding a possum and putting it in a box and the Brad Stadio. That's that's that's the the absolute Browns at possum. Oh, possum Brown's on Twitter. He's our new math got so Mike Gallagher. Let's put footballs I'm talking to Mark Leibovich about his game. He went up Lambeau, by the way. There's a great chapter in big game. The NFL in dangerous times you'll enjoy it because he had to go to the to the home of football, which is Cleveland, canton. But then he went to Green Bay just to find out. What it's not like let me talk to you about s three hundred systems get serious that is a big shift. I tried to bring this up yesterday. What are the Russians selling to the Syrians? And what does that mean for us? At three hundred system and the more advanced s four hundred had actually been deployed and Syria since twenty sixteen but up until now the Russian army has used them primarily to protect their aircraft and our assets in Syria. But now, obviously we have a decision by Russia to supply the system to the Assad regime, this fabric Faberge, presuming they can train people and have to right assistance from the Russians will have an ability to better intercept cruise missiles, as well combat aircraft, Israel will ever know how to deal with the system. They've also made it clear that the s three hundred used against the middle destroy it. Nevertheless, I believe the transfer exacerbates the biggest long term problem for our interest in Syria, which is the Russian presence. According to some reports Russian personnel will be present at S three hundred sites that any attempt to attack the air defense network neighboring a dangerous escalation with rushing forces. And ultimately, it's hard to imagine US or Israeli leadership deciding that is not. Worth intentional price. So it would reduce our options in Syria. And Finally, I just said that the expanding Russian presences Syria is ultimately the big story as the Assad regime continues to consolidate control Russia's using Syria, basically to build an anti access area denial denial network and military enclave in the eastern Mediterranean. This is extremely threatening in standard than either digger long-term military challenge, in my opinion than Ronnie and crisis in Syria. Well, that's quite a quite a statement. Why do you think that because that would not be intuitive to me right away? I you know, we can deal with the Russians because they are actually decided Arabia with trees and snow. The Iranians are the larger exporter of act of terrorism in the world a revolutionary government. I'm not sure that Russia is quite the same nature of the threat that Iran is well, perhaps it would be more fair for me to say that the Russian Ronnie and access presents the biggest long-term jazzy because we've seen this way. The fact alliance between the two countries in Syria and across the region and the rise of access has been the biggest development of the Obama administration and combating that it's going to take all of our efforts drought this administration than any subsequent administration who so perhaps a false choice to say whether the rock Russians or the Iranian. I just would say that the Russians will test this proposition that we see manifested in the national defense strategy and the national security strategy that great power competition is the Hastings. Of the future Russian said more assets to bear the Iran and you're right to say more unconventional assets. But I just think if you look at what the Russians are trying to achieve undermined the sovereignty of so many of our allies in the Middle East and in eastern Europe. Which is why I was glad to see the president talk about the concept of sovereignty at the UN. You did something really interesting in that respect because at the end of the day what China and Russia today are not partners your friends around the world, but vassal states that they can manipulate to their benefit, and they both encroaching the sovereignty of their neighbors and seek to deny them the basic rights for his all safe. So this concept of standing up for sovereignty ending up to the free world is a very powerful might gallery congressman Mike here. Let me play for you one cut from the youngest speech, if they by the president that not many people paid attention to I did cut number eleven. That is why we congratulate European states such as Poland for leading the construction of the Baltic pipeline. So that nations are not dependent on Russia to meet their energy needs. Germany will become totally dependent on Russian energy. If it does not immediately. Change course. Here in the western hemisphere. We are committed. Cou maintaining our independence from the encroachment of expansionist foreign powers. It has been the formal policy of our country since president Monroe. That we reject the interference of foreign nations in this hemisphere, and in our own affairs by calling out, Germany. He did as all a service because he is right? The Russian energy policy is like the Chinese belt, and and strap Paul wrote in belt policy. They are trying to make countries dependent upon them. That is such a key section of the speech. The president was absolutely right to call out the long-term damaging consequences of the German deal with Russia also by referencing policemen and look at Poland in recent months is offer to pay for US military presence in our country. I think at one point there was that they offered to name the base after President Trump and by emphasizing the inherent right to national self-determination of all states. The president is offering a choice, but not one between the US and China, but rather between the servitude demanded by China and genuine independence for all nations. That being said, I think we could get you need prove when it comes to cooperation with our allies. It was great to see President Trump and million of South Korea signing updated trade deal earlier this week. I'm glad President Trump mentioned closer cooperation with our allies to potentially screen threatening foreign investment during his speech. But I do think there's a lot of low. Hanging fruit. We can grab I think we can concentrate our trade actions against their Abitur adversaries, and those who are abusing the system why China and not against our allies with the section to thirty two tariffs. So there's a lot of work to be on the economic front on our side to enhance cooperation with our allies. Now since you are from the far north, I wanna take a moment. Just ask you about the far north Arctic policy. It gets like, no attention. But in fact, is Admiral Stavridis told me, the Arctic is opening up as oceans, warm and people are competing for natural resources. There. We've got to get into a relationship with Greenland. We've got to expand our our ice cutter. We've got to have a good relationship with the Canadians. We need the Arctic Council to actually function is anyone paying attention congressman Mike Gallagher to the Arctic the rates that is on in the Arctic. So it's interesting that you mentioned Greenland, I've actually I can't talk about actually had interesting conversations about Greenland with our people in the administration. I think has a historic opportunity to expand our presence in Greenland Greenland is largely run by the Danes largest island in the world. It's twenty two percent. The physical size of the United States. New seen reports in recent months that China is also interested in expanding its presence in Greenland. You got only as a pathway to the Arctic, but there's also enormous reservoirs of oil zinc lead. Gold iron ore, copper rare earth minerals. So China's aggressively investing in Greenland, giving exceptional national resources and strategic position and China were to control Greenland, effectively control the supply of rare earth metals and would be able to place our military assets. We'll be able to play dared military assets, very close to the US. I think. We should be in the business of having some Frank discussions with the Danes about what we could do to expand our presence in Greenland in a way that's a win for them. Then for the native population of Greenland, and that allows us to project our power, the Arctic and around the world. I think that's exa-. Does is there a subcommittee on armed services? I'm what you serve that is Arctic oriented, Greenland oriented Iceland oriented because we have to start when the president talked about our hemisphere. That's our hemisphere. Well, I'm happy to chair this subcommittee on the acquisition agreement. Which would be territorial expansion said the Louisiana purchase I'd say that only partially ingest, but we have a variety of committees that look at at the Arctic certainly on the Seapower subcommittee. We we consider this question about how can you expand presidents around the world. What are the sea lanes? And as you rightfully pointed out, that's debris to said that it is simply a fact that there are New Zealand's opening up in the Arctic. I'm not sort of making a judgment about climate change one way or the other. But that is just empirically true. And it's something we have to deal with Russia seems to get this. They're building more and more ice breakers. We're obviously in the midst of trying to get more resources towards shipbuilding capacity. But this I think is one of the most important stories that is not getting any any attention right now. And as with most things the Chinese are playing a very very aggressive grant game, and we are just slowly. Waking up to the new Cold War that is already underway. Mike gallagher. Always good to talk to you, my friend, and I hope by this time next week you'll given the rule book to clay Matthews. We gotta I've gotta clean up the game in Green Bay gotta get that change around. Actually, I'm with I'm with you climax, you should not have been penalized. That was the dumbest call of the week. But we can't say anything good about the Packers were like the New Yorker when it comes to that. We'll just make stuff up if we have to. Thank you, congressman. He's patriot mobile member of the week. Remember on September seventeenth seventeen eighty seven. The constitutional convention. Brought the constitution out of Independence Hall in. Philadelphia. Senate to the states.

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Factor dot com. Studio. Joined now by Representative Mike Gallagher, he near Green Bay, and it's very very sad that they cannot is our patriot mobile member of the week. But they can't teach clay Matthews the rules up in Green Bay. That's very sad. And it's very sad that that they've got this aging quarterback that now Baker Mayfield is the new old Aaron Rodgers and Aaron Rodgers just old and they can't and they fell apart. And while we are one one in one the Browns, we are ascending and the Packers at one one one and a declining as this very sad day to talk to Mike Gallagher. These these shots get cheaper every week. You the first of all the NFL, I think has a serious problem on their hands. I mean apparently made it clearly illegal for anyone on defense to sack. We're touched the quarterback. We are not far away from the day of quarterback flags and you want to be like, wait. Where's my Mimi me button? Where's my me? Maybe I need. My I need. We are bigger. Okay. We know. No. A full weight of his body tried to crush the man. Fleas klay. This is football. Oh, you're supposed to do suspend the laws of gravity and mid air. Isolate your Browns for their win. I like Baker mayfield's confident. And I love the video that guy finding a possum and putting it in a box and the Brown Stadio. That's that's the the absolute Browns. Possum possum Brown's on Twitter. He's our new math got so Mike Gallagher. Let's put footballs I'm talking to Mark Leibovich about his game. He went up to Lambeau, by the way. There's a great chapter in big game the NFL and dangerous times you'll enjoy it because he had to go to the to the home of football, which is Cleveland's canton. But then he went to Green Bay just to find out. What it's not like let me talk to you about. S three hundred systems get serious that is a big shift. I tried to bring this up yesterday. What are the Russian selling to the Syrians? And what does that mean for us? So the three hundred system and the more advanced s four hundred had actually been deployed in Syria since twenty sixteen but I've been so now the Russian army has used them primarily to protect their aircraft and our assets in Syria. But now, obviously, we have a decision by Russia did supply the system to the Assad regime on this change, the Assad regime, presuming they can train people and have the right assistance from the Russians will have an ability to better intercept cruise missiles, as well as combat aircraft Israeli ever know how to deal with the system also made it clear that if the extra hundred used against the middle destroy it. Nevertheless, I believe the transfer exacerbates the biggest long term problem for our interest in Syria, which is the Russian presence. According to some reports Russian personnel will be present at S three hundred sites. This means that any attempt to attack the air defense network may bring a dangerous esscalation with rushing forces. And ultimately, it's not hard to imagine US or Israeli leadership deciding that is not. Worth attention price. So would reduce our options in Syria. And Finally, I just say that the expanding Russian presence in Syria is ultimately the big story as the Assad regime continues to consolidate control Russia's using Syria, basically to build an anti access area denial denial network and military enclaves in the eastern Mediterranean. This is extremely threatening and standard and even bigger long-term military challenge in my opinion than Ronnie in presence in Syria. Now, that's quite a quite a statement. Why do you think that because that would not be intuitive to me right away? I we can deal with the Russians because they are actually the Saudi Arabia with trees and snow. The Iranians are the larger exporter of act of terrorism in the world. A revolutionary government. I'm not sure that Russia is quite the same nature of the threat that Iran is perhaps it it'd be more fair for me to say that the Russian Ronnie and access presents the biggest term strategy because we've seen basically the facto alliance between the two countries in Syria and across the region and the rise of that access to been the biggest development of the Obama administration and combating that it's gonna take all of our efforts throughout this administration in any subsequent administration. We so perhaps it's a false choice to say whether the Russians Iranian I just would say that the Russians will pass this proposition that we see manifested in the national defense strategy and the national security strategy that great power competition is the pacing threat of the future. The Russians have more assets bear the Iranians you're right to say unconventional assets. But I just think if you look at what the Russians are trying to achieve it is undermining the sovereignty of so many of our allies in the Middle East and in eastern Europe. Which is why I was glad to see the president talk. About the concept of sovereignty at the UN. He did something really interesting in that respect. Because at the end of the day what China and Russia today are not partners your friends around the world, but vassal states that they can manipulate to their benefits, and they both encroaching on the sovereignty of their neighbors and seek to deny them the basic rights import is all safe. So this concept of standing up for sovereignty ending up to the free world is a very powerful might gallery. Congressman Mike, let me play for you one cut from the youngest speech essay by the president that not many people paid attention to. I did cut number eleven. That is why we congratulate. European states such as Poland for leading the construction of the Baltic pipeline. So that nations are not dependent on Russia to meet their energy needs. Germany will become totally dependent on Russian energy. If it does not immediately. Change course. Here in the western hemisphere. We're committed to maintaining our independence from the encroachment of expansionist foreign powers. It has been the formal policy of our country since president Monroe. That we reject the interference of foreign nations in this hemisphere, and in our own affairs by calling out, Germany. He did as all service because he is right? The Russian energy policy is like the Chinese belt, and and strap Paul Twitter, they wrote and belt policy. They are trying to make countries dependent upon them. That is such a key section of the speech. The president was absolutely right to call out the long-term damaging consequences of the German deal with Russia also by referencing parliament and look at Poland in recent months has offer to pay for a US military presence in our country. I think at one point there was a report that they offered to name the base after President Trump and by emphasizing the inherent right to national self-determination of all states. The president is offering a choice, but not one between the US and China, but rather between the servitude demanded by China and genuine independence for all nations. That'd be said, I think we can continue to prove when it comes to cooperation with our allies. It was great to see President Trump and newness auf Korea signing updated trade deal earlier this week. I'm glad President Trump mentioned closer cooperation with our allies to potentially screens threatening foreign investment during his speech. But I do think there's a lot of low. Hanging fruit. We can grab I think we can concentrate our trade actions against your avatar adversaries, and those who are abusing the system why China and not against our allies with the section to thirty two tariffs. So there's a lot of work to be done the economic front on our side to enhance cooperation with our allies. Now since you are from the far north, I wanna take a moment. Just ask you about the far north Arctic policy. It it gets like, no attention. But in fact, is Admiral Stavridis has told me the Arctic is opening up as oceans, warm and people are competing for natural resources. There. We've got to get into a relationship with Greenland. We've got to expand our our ice cutter fleet. We've got to have a good relationship with the Canadians. We need the Arctic Council to actually function is anyone paying attention congressman Mike Gallagher to the Arctic the rates that is on in the Arctic. So it's interesting that you mentioned Greenland, I've actually I can't talk about I've actually had interesting conversations about Greenland with people in the administration. I think the US has a historic opportunity to expand our presence in Greenland Greenland is largely owned by the Danes. It's the largest island in the world. It's twenty two percent of physical size of the United States. And you've seen reports recent months that China is also interested in expanding its presence in Greenland yacht. Only as a pathway to the Arctic, but there's also enormous reservoirs of oil zinc lead. Gold iron ore, copper rare earth minerals. So China's aggressively investing in Greenland, given the exceptional national resources and strategic position and if China were to control Greenland, it would effectively control the supply of rare earth metals and would be able to place our military assets would be able to play their military assets, very close to the US. I think. We should be in the business of having some Frank discussions with the Danes about what we could do to expand our presence in Greenland in a way that's a win for them. Then for the native population of Greenland, and that allows us to project our power through the Arctic and around the world does is there a subcommittee on armed services on what you serve that is Arctic oriented, Greenland oriented Iceland oriented because we have to start when the president talked about our hemisphere. That's our hemisphere. Well, I'm happy to share a new subcommittee on the acquisition of Greenland. Which was either take territorial expansion since the Louisiana purchase. I say that only partially in jest, but we have a variety of subcommittees ever look at at the Arctic certainly on the Seapower subcommittee. We we consider this question about how can you expand naval presence around the world. What are the sea lanes? And as you rightfully pointed out, that's Brita said Madison that it is simply a fact that there are New Zealand's opening up in the Arctic. I'm not sort of making a judgment about climate change one way or the other. But that is just empirically true. And it's something we have to deal with Russia's seems to get this. They're building more and more ice breakers were obviously in the midst of trying to ship more resources towards shipbuilding capacity. But this I think is one of the most important stories that is not getting any any attention right now as with most things the Chinese are playing a very very aggressive. Great game. And we are just slowly. Waking up to the new Cold War that is already underway. Mike gallagher. Always good to talk to my friend. And I hope by this time metric you've given the Roebuck to clay Matthews. We gotta gotta clean up the game in Green Bay gotta get that change around. Actually, I'm with I'm with you climax should not have been penalized. That was the dumbest call of the week. But we can't say anything good about the Packers were like the New Yorker when it comes to that. We'll just make stuff up if we have. Thank you, congressman. He's our patriot mobile member of the week. Remember on September seventeenth seventeen eighty seven. The constitutional convention. Brought the constitution out of Independence Hall in. Philadelphia. Senate to the states.

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Maintaining our independence from the encroachment of expansion. Foreign powers it has been the formal policy of our country since president Monroe. That we reject the interference of foreign nations in this hemisphere, and in our own affairs by calling out, Germany. He did as all a service because he is right? The Russian energy policy is like the Chinese. Belt and and strap policy where they wrote in belt policy. They are trying to make countries dependent upon them. That is such a key section of the speech and the president was absolutely right to call out the long-term damaging consequences of the German deal with Russia, also by referencing pulmonary, look at Poland in recent months has offer to pay for a US military presence in their country. I think at one point there was a report that they offered to name the base after President Trump and by emphasizing the inherent right to national self-determination of all states. The president is offering a choice, but not one between the US and China, but rather between the servitude demanded by China and genuine independence for all nations. That'd be said, I think we can continue to improve when it comes to cooperation with our allies. It was great to see President Trump and of South Korea signing updated trade deal earlier this week. I'm glad President Trump mentioned closer cooperation with our allies to potentially screens threatening foreign investment during his speech. But I do think there's a lot of low. Hanging fruit. We can grab I think we can concentrate our trade actions against their avatar adversaries, and those who are abusing the system why China and not against our allies with the section to thirty two tariffs. So there's a lot of work to be done the economic front on our side to enhance cooperation with our allies. Now since you are from the far north, I wanna take a moment. Just ask you about the far north Arctic policy. It it gets like, no attention. But in fact, is Admiral Stavridis has told me the Arctic is opening up as oceans, warm and people are competing for natural resources. There. We've got to get into a relationship with Greenland. We've got to expand our our ice cutter fleet. We've got to have a good relationship with the Canadians. We need the Arctic Council to actually function is anyone paying attention congressman Mike Gallagher to the Arctic the race that is on in the Arctic. So it's interesting that you mentioned Greenland, I've actually I can't talk about. I'm actually had interesting conversations about Greenland with our people in the administration. I think the US has a historic opportunity to expand our presence in Greenland Greenland is largely run by the Danes largest island in the world. It's twenty two percent. The physical size of the United States. And we've seen reports in recent months that China is also interested in expanding its presence in Greenland, yacht only as a pathway to the Arctic, but there's also enormous reservoirs of oil zinc lead. Gold iron ore, copper rare earth minerals. So China's aggressively investing in Greenland, given the exceptional national resources and strategic position and if China were to control Greenland, effectively control the supply of rare earth metals and would be able to place our military assets would be able to play their military assets, very close to the US. So I think. We should be in the business of having some Frank discussions with the Danes about what we could do to expand our presence in Greenland in a way that's a win for them. Then for the native population of Greenland, and then allows us to project our power with the Arctic and around the world. Does is there a subcommittee on armed services on what you serve that is Arctic oriented, Greenland oriented Iceland oriented because we have to start when the president talked about our hemisphere. That's our hemisphere. Well, I'm happy to share a new subcommittee on the acquisition of Greenland. Which was the takes territorial expansion since the Louisiana purchase I say that only partially ingest, but we have a variety of committees that look at at the Arctic certainly on the Seapower subcommittee. We we consider this question about how can you expand able presence around the world. What are the lanes? And as you rightfully pointed out, that's debris to said Madison that good it is simply a fact that there are New Zealand's opening up in the Arctic. I'm not sort of, you know, making a judgment about climate change one way or the other. But that is just empirically true. And it's something we have to do with Russia seems to get this. They're building more and more ice breakers were obviously in the midst of trying to ship more resources towards the shipbuilding capacity. But this I think is one of the most important stories that is not getting any any attention right now as with most things the Chinese are playing a very very aggressive grant games, and we are just slowly. L E waking up to the new Cold War that is already underway. Mike gallagher. Always good to talk to you, my friend, and I hope by this time metric you'll given the rule book to clay Matthews. We gotta gotta clean up the game in Green Bay gotta get that change around. Actually, I'm with I'm with you climax, you should not have been penalized. That was the dumbest call of the week. But we can't say anything good about the Packers were like the New Yorker when it comes to that. We'll just make stuff up if we have. Thank you, congressman. He's patriot mobile member of the week. Remember on September seventeenth seventeen eighty seven. The constitutional convention. Brought the constitution out of Independence Hall in. Philadelphia. Senate to the states.

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dollars how well he was speed it really is beating one hundred fifty miles an, hour on a busy Dubai street and he triggered every single speed camera the dealership. That rented the car actually worries Dell have to, pay if he leaves the country but they, have his passport and they said just keep. That car to you've settle up you're listening to morning edition Starting August eight Astronomers know that. Black holes exist they've detected swirling disk of, gas around them measure their effects on nearby stars and even heard them merging with other black holes about the only thing they haven't done is actually see one that could, change soon though as astronomers turned more and more radio telescopes toward a couple. Of black holes and one of those telescopes just went to. Work in Greenland Greenland telescope is a twelve. Meter radio dish it was built as a prototype, for a project and she lay astronomers refurbished then rebuilt. It in Greenland it took its first observe. Asians this year one of its goals is to help take the first picture of a, supermassive black hole although these objects. Are heavy there so far away that, they're tiny targets astronomers hoped to actually see one by combining the light from radio telescopes around the world such Array can see smaller details than any single telescope eventually the Greenland telescope may move to a higher site currently it, sits near sea level the air above it holds a lot of water vapor. Which blocks some radio wavelengths plans call for it to be. Moved to a spot near the center of. Greenland at an altitude of more than ten thousand, feet at that height there's much less water vapor to. Contend with so the telescope will be able. To see the universe much more clearly maybe even a black hole we'll talk about more, strana me on.

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"greenland greenland" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"greenland greenland" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Forecast from the family, heating cooling and electrical, weather center it's Carl babinski this Wednesday morning we'll get off to a radical Audi and humid start also there will. Be a few showers and a heavy thunderstorm low. Sixty nine later today humid with variable cloudiness. Showers. And a thunderstorm can occur at virtually any time in some could produce heavy rain high eighty two patchy clouds tonight low sixty four tomorrow it'll become warmer with. Sunshine and building clouds there'll be a shower or thunderstorm it's thoughts mainly during the. Afternoon high eighty, six I shower and thunderstorm and a few places on both Friday and Saturday highs each day near eighty four I'm accurate the meteorologist. Curbed in ski on WWE j. NewsRadio nine fifty and showers and thunderstorms up around Pontiac, into the thumb area port Huron seeing the rain up into bad axe as well meanwhile closer to home it's. Some fog out metro airport words seventy four degrees cloudy. Skies seventy one four Detroit's for Ann Arbor. It's clear and seventy we update. Traffic and weather together every ten. Minutes on the, eighth watch always on free you News Radio nine fifteen WBZ news time four twenty one if you're a woman and you're having a heart attack you're hoping that a female doctor is nearby to treat you WWE health reporter Dr Dianna lights explains researchers reviewed, more than a half a. Million heart attack. Cases over a nineteen year period they. Found female patients had a higher chance of survival when treated by a female doctor in the ER according to a study from Washington University, in St. Louis, one reason may be because heart attack symptoms can. Vary between. The sexes and male doctors may not pick up on a female symptoms just goes to show you that we still have. A lot, of time and effort and education to get out. Not only to our, patients but to the doctors themselves that's, doctor Joan Crawford a, cardiologist at McComb, Oakland hospital the American Heart. Association really put a. Big push through their go red for women program to try to help. Educate not only. The patients but, the physicians That heart disease is the number, one killer of women, one in three, women, die of. Heart disease and that women's symptoms are very very different, heart attack symptoms in women include women have chest pain twenty five to thirty. Percent. Of the time most of the time there's a strange amount of fatigue fatigue ability and shortness of breath. I think those are the two things that I hear the most someone finds that going up the stairs is now a major effort or they just actually wanna. Take naps during the day or they're just so tired they just always feel like they wanna lay down and this is something that maybe a year ago you know they were mowing the grass and doing all their errands and now all of, a sudden they just feel, like they can't do anything. They're exhausted all. The time then the other symptoms include. That pain sort of between the belly button and the lower ribcage that's called the EPA gastric area so many people come in thinking they're, having gallbladder attacks And it. Actually ends up being a heart attack heart disease is the number one killer in men and women from the delta dental health. Desk Dr Deanna lights w w j NewsRadio nine fifteen Starting August eighth Astronomers know that. Black holes exist they've detected swirling disk of, gas around them measure their effects on nearby stars and even heard them merging with other black holes about the only thing they haven't done is actually see one that could, change soon though as astronomers turned more and more radio telescopes toward a couple. Of black holes and one of those telescopes just went to. Work in Greenland Greenland telescope is a twelve. Meter radio dish it was built as a prototype, for a project and she. Lay astronomers refurbished it then rebuilt. It in Greenland it took its first observations this year One of its goals is to help take the first. Picture of a supermassive black hole although these. Objects are heavy there so far away that they're, tiny targets astronomers hoped to. Actually see one by combining the. Light from radio telescopes around the world Such an array can see smaller details than any single telescope eventually the, Greenland telescope may move to a. Higher site currently it sits near sea, level the air above it holds a lot of water vapor which blocks some radio-wave legs Plans call for it to be, moved to a spot near. The center of Greenland at an altitude of more than ten thousand feet at that height there's much less water. Vapor to contend with so the telescope will be able. To, see the universe much more, clearly maybe even. A black hole we'll talk about more strana me on ice tomorrow WW j..

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