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Light flare spotted in black hole merger
"Scientists using Celtics Vicky transient facility may have sputtered a light-flare it's associated with a black hole merger. Now, if confirmed, it will be most surprising is black holes and emerges and only dot to the electromagnetic spectrum. So where did the lively come from? One theory is that the system may be orbiting a supermassive black hole nearly form black Oh may have received a cake from the merger shooting off in a new direction and surging through a disc of guests surrounding the CBA massive black hole causing it to light up while it's unlikely that the Gw Nineteen Zero Five, twenty, one detection originated from the same event is the light flay researchers admit the possibility that it might have is intriguing. There are a number of different environments in which the system to black holes could formed and the disc of guests around supermassive black hole is one of them. The discovery of this mammoth black hole merger was only possible. Thanks to the work of gravitational wave laser interferometer observatories. They work by sending lasers into a beam splitter, which they en- shoots the beams along to perpendicular Mati kilometer-long tubes equipped with mirror test messes it the reins, the refracted laser lights the sent back to the detector where eventually they should theoretically recombine however gravitational wave generated by. something. Like a large moving masol to merging black holes for example, it causes the very fabric of space time stretch and compress emphasis slightly by just a fraction that I am a Proton and when the gravitational wave passes the Observatory Look space-time including the to bean lines and the text messages I stretched and compressed ever-so-slightly. So slightly leaving them out of phase the signature of the gravitational wave event. Using multiple gravitational wave detectors around the globe allow scientists to determine the direction of the gravitational wave source. Lago Lazy The from the Gravitational Wave Observatory comprises two identical detectors wanting in Livingston Louisiana and the Second Hanford Washington state. A third detector could virga was also used in this experiment it's located in the Northern Italy a fourth detected Japan's KAMIOKA gravitational wave detector. The first to be built underground is expected to come online. Later, this year and fifth gravitational wave detector originally offered to. Australia. But. Rejected by the Gillard, Labor government is now under construction in India.
'The Bachelor': The Women Blow Up on Peter for Bringing Back Alayah
"Pete took Victoria F on a one on one date to a surprise chase. Rice concert turns out Victoria. F Dated Chase Rice before four. Coming on yes I mean our guy chase is like Charles Woodson back in the day like you know two thirds of the world's covered by water one-third by Charles Els Woodson Chase Rice is dated two-thirds a world so I'm two-thirds of the world's covered by water the other third is by chases ropes. Yes let's keep it classy. He's a lover his season. He no he is his vocal inflections. Yes is come. He's just a good dude. P Then took the woman on a group date to the Cleveland Browns stadium where there was traumatic place on pickers house. They played a game of tackle football coach by Josh cribs and Hanford Dixon. Also also I guess on the show when Chris was saying like all right. We're going to Cleveland and usually that's where all the girls like. It was just like everyone who's just blank face. WE'RE GOING TO CLEVELAND. And they're all just like oh I love when they do that. So that's an old real world trick when they were like and your trip is Argentina. And then when you're going to Yugoslavia of Lia ship and then Eliah whoever you guys remember got sent over love you assault was your map from nineteen eighty seven. It was not Yugoslav anymore shows now respect Croatia Vania. I actually did that on purpose so that I wasn't offending occurrence country. Okay didn't want to get cancelled. Elias shows back up and ask him out of fashion that lived in Yugoslavia. You guys are missing. The most part Alaya showed up. She got home last week so she's not on. The show actually had death squads that that executed people that were fighting against Nazis. So this is kind of a pattern for you in today's episode absorb get Alaya. Who got sent home last week? Shows back up and ask Peter to let her come back in and he did The other girls. That are pissed at Pete Heat and some threatened to leave so is this an empty threat or they actually goal-bound. I don't know this is like a union situation. The the rest are unionizing. Potentially that's that's what it sounds like. Well I mean the whole show is about roses so they're probably LDS say true. I don't get that joke but I I get I bet you it was a good one. Yeah you've probably really noticing roses on twitter. The twitter now. You actually haven't God that's it. Okay great I mean. That's the worst last. But that's a pretty every clip number. What happened Eliah
What Happened at America's Secret Atomic City?
"Putin. Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff loin Vogel bomb here in September of nineteen forty two US army, Lieutenant General Leslie groves commander of the Manhattan project. Those secret US crash effort to develop the atomic bomb faced a critical decision. The project needed to produce uranium-235 an isotope of uranium who's unstable nucleus could be easily split trigger efficient chain-reaction and release enormous amount of destructive energy, but that would require a massive complex manufacturing process involving tens of thousands of workers which needed to be kept secret to thwart interference from spies and saboteurs. But the question was where those priscilla's possibly be hidden U S officials had already identified potential sites in several parts of the country, but all of them had drawbacks Shasta dam in California. For example, was too close to the Pacific coast and this Volna rebel air attack in several locations in Washington state would have required construction of long power lines to provide the massive amounts of electro. Needed for the work site in Illinois near Chicago was also out officials didn't want to be close to a big population centers since the potential health risks of the work were not clear, and it would have been easier for enemy Asians to blend in around a city. So instead groves quickly settled upon fifty two thousand acre. That's twenty one thousand Hector site in rural eastern, Tennessee later expanded slightly not only would it be inconspicuous to anyone outside of the sparsely populated area. But it was also close to hydroelectric plants operated by the Tennessee valley authority, which could supply the enormous amounts of electrically that the plans would require it was the perfect place to build both the Clinton engineer works, which would be the atomic complex and secret city to house the workers the government decided to call the secret city oakridge because it sounded quote, sufficiently bucolic and general according to an article in a nineteen sixty nine government review of the project, not long after choosing the area, the US government quietly started moving small farmers who had land on the site paying them compensation, but not telling them why then came trainloads full of construction equipment and building materials construction crews quickly erected the buildings that would comprise the nondescript we named campus as well as. Thousands of houses for scientists and workers. Many of the homes were be one flat tops, a designed fashion from prefabricated panels and roofing to save construction time building the secret industrial facilities and housing for workers cost around one point three two billion dollars. That's about eighteen point five billion in today's money that amounted to sixty percent of the Manhattan, project's total budget over the next few years oakridge grew into a community of seventy five thousand people. We spoke with de Ray Smith, a retired historian for the UAE twelve national security complex who also is the historian for these city of Oak Ridge and a columnist for the Oak Ridge or a local newspaper Smith explained people came from all over the world. Many of the scientists were Hungarians a lot came out of Germany and Great Britain. He explains that others were recruited for the Clinton engineering works by big US companies working on the Manhattan project who scoured campuses if US colleges and universities for bright students with needed science and technical skills. For example, a young chemist named Bill Wilcox who was approached by an Eastman Kodak recruiter in nineteen forty-three later recalled that he was only told that the job was some sort of secret war work. He said I asked where I'd be working. He wouldn't say it was secret. I asked what sort of work. I'd be doing. He wouldn't say it was secret Wilcox eventually ended up at the Clinton engineer works. According to Smith, those who turned down jobs might end up being drafted into a special engineering detachment of the US army. And sent to Tennessee anyway. Those atomic workers arrived at a place shrouded in secrecy, locals knew something mysterious was going on at the site. But only those who are part of the mission were allowed inside past. The guarded gates on the access roads, the atomic facilities themselves were surrounded by digital security. The work itself was highly compartmentalized. So that most people knew only about the small portion of the effort that they themselves were working on. And only a select few new. The overarching mission was to help make the atomic bomb access to buildings other than the one you were working in was highly restricted to keep information from getting out oakridge became a self contained community with most everything that its workers needed secret city had stores movie houses, a high school a Bank, a three hundred bed hospital, tennis and handball courts and even its own Symphony Orchestra led by a Manhattan project. Scientists people who live there tended victory gardens raised families, and led what was pretty much normal American existence. That is except for the secrecy that surrounded them in their work. A billboard reminded workers. Let's keep our traps shut. They knew they had to be cautious. Not to say anything about their jobs to anyone even their own spouses, a young scientists told one of the first reporters tried about the subject when Louis Feldstein would sit around the dinner table, and the strain was terrible. But it was all in the difficult effort of producing uranium-235. There's only a tiny amount of the stuff zero point seven percent in uranium or most of which is uranium two thirty eight which doesn't fit in as easily and above such as little boy. The one dropped on Hiroshima required. One hundred and forty one pounds. That's sixty four kilograms of uranium-235. You have to separate a lot of material to get that much to thirty five to solve that problem. The Clinton engineer works y twelve plant used special devices called Cal trans which utilized the electromagnetic separation process developed by Nobel winning physicist Ernest Lawrence, the university of California, Berkeley, the Cal trans used heat and powerful magnets to separate the two isotopes and then to collect just the uranium-235 isotope because it's so much lighter in weight together. Enough uranium-235 for the projects purposes, the y twelve facility employed twenty two thousand workers to run one thousand one hundred fifty two Kalua trans literally around the clock. Meanwhile, another part of the works. The x ten graphite reactor. Used neutrons emitted from uranium-235 to convert uranium two, thirty eight into an isotope of a different element. Plutonium two thirty nine another easily fissionable material suitable for making Tomek bombs as myth explains after x ten demonstrated that the process could work the actual plutonium used to make Fatman the bomb dropped on Nagasaki was produced in the b reactor at the Hanford engineer works near Richmond, Washington. Finally on August. Sixth nineteen Forty-five the world witnessed the results of the secret cities. Labor's when the United States dropped an atomic bomb containing uranium-235 produced there on the Japanese city of Hiroshima the Knoxville, Tennessee, new sentinels front page headline proudly proclaimed atomic super bomb made it oakridge strikes Japan that wasn't completely correct though, the uranium-235 came from Tennessee parts, the bomb were made it three different plants. So that none of them would have the complete design the destruction at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was horrific, and it was a or perhaps the turning point of the war. After the war. The various parts of the once secret, Tennessee, atomic complex were split up part eventually was reborn as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which helped pioneer the field of nuclear medicine present isotopes for use intriguing cancer and as diagnostic tools in addition to doing cutting edge research areas ranging from nanotechnology to wireless, charging of electric vehicles and other portion became the twelve national security complex, which produced components for tens of thousands of thermonuclear weapons in the us arsenal during the Cold War and leader helped disassemble US and former Soviet nuclear weapons third part is now the site of the east Tennessee technology park, though, there's no evidence that German or Japanese spies ever managed to infiltrate the Clinton engineer works. A Soviet spy named George co Ville did manage to get a job there. And apparently passed along information about the atomic work to the Soviets in two thousand seven he was honored posthumously with a hero of the Russian federation medal. The nation's highest honor I Russian President
A galactic first? Hanford scientists may have seen a black hole swallowing a neutron
"Scientists said they detected what they think could be a neutron star smashing into a black hole. Embarrassed greenfieldboyce reports that if that's true, it's a first resilience the possible event was detected by massive instruments that look for gravitational waves. These are ripples in the very fabric of the universe. Created. By violent cosmic collisions, gravitational wave detectors called l'aigle and Virgo were switched on April. First after a long period of downtime for upgrades. Jesse? Macgyver is Aliko scientist at Caltech the entire esta physics communities very excited that we've already seen five candidate events for weeks. Three of them appear to be pairs of colliding black holes. The other two collisions involved neutron stars. These are super dense stars more massive than our sun. But only the size of a
"hanford" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Assumption. The Hanford job is to blame the fed sued saying that's discrimination because it only applies to Hanford workers employed by the department of energy and its contractors, Chris Taft, the Washington self insurers association says the feds have a case it is only fair when those workers and those employers are held to generally the same rules of the game in Seattle. Dan Springer Fox News. From the studio. Your local fiduciary, Trajan wealth dot com, this is KFI AM seven ninety and iheartradio station. It's supposed to be paid a for some federal workers. But it's not I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. There were protests in Texas, Kentucky, Utah and Colorado. I thought about filing for unemployment. I'm going to have to if they don't see reason by the end of this week eight hundred thousand federal workers woke at paychecks in the next few days. This is day. Twenty one of the partial government shutdown tying a record set in nineteen Ninety-six. We should be able to make a deal with congress, but Democrats still refuse to give President Trump funding for a wall. So he's considering declaring a national emergency come allowed to do it the laws one hundred percent on my side. Some Democrats disagreed would challenge him in court. The president made his case again for the wall at the border. Fox's Jared Halpern live in mcallen, Texas before toward the Rio Grande with border patrol agents. President Trump was briefed by homeland security officials and local officials like McGowan mayor Jim darling who with reporters after that visit offered some nuance about new border wall construction here barricades.
"hanford" Discussed on 600 WREC
"You are listening to ground zero. Coverage of the California. Fires. Also, I just got word of the nor'easter that's coming in early. And that's also done some damage killed a few people. Big about this metaphor if you will. We have six hundred missing sixty six dead bodies are lying charge in paradise. That's six hundred sixty six bodies chart in paradise it. Sure sounds biblical apocalyptic to me. And it gives me the chills just to think that we're living through it. And we're seeing it and the idea that some of those fires that are burning could be releasing radioactive debris dust and chemicals into the air. These are things that I'm sure, you know, they don't wanna report they want report because you're bring people into panic. But I'm doing it because I want you to know that this is happening. And there are ways you can get independent studies going to see if there was any exposure released, but people that died of cancer and leukemia, people Hanford, we're talking about Hanford before there was a situation to Hanford was elite going on children were born or born with the, you know. Birth defects in in Saint Louis, Santa's they had another problem of a fire burning there and people were having their hair fall out. And they were sick were throwing up the water was contaminated. It's these are things that, you know, they wait, and wait and wait to clean up these sites. And then when something like this happens they want to cover up and say nothing to see here. But there is something to see in that is neglect and how this is going down. And how it has people. Wondering about why we see on one hand delusion flood nor'easters in cold early in the year. And then we have this unbelievable fire going on. And you have to wonder if it's all part of some geo engineering control mechanism or if the wrath of God is happening. I I just find it very arrogant that the laser the laser candidate created it's called Helius, which of course, is the God that represents the power of the sun. It's so weird you'll using the power of the sun to scorch the planet using the power of the Senate, scorched enemy, Russia and China. Have these weapons to they use them in space? They can use them on targets here on earth. Have you? This is this is our future. And this is this this all could be painted in some apocalyptic Tableau. And that's fine. You can throw it all away to climate change. You throw it all the way to the mismanagement of forest, but what is going on is people are still dying and they're still without property. And they're still wondering where the loved ones are. Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred go to James in Idaho. Hi, James ground zero. Hey, talking to your screener. I think one thing that's not really being considered. And I've been a real observer of trails and a little lot about you had a guest lane of real at all the while back. Okay. I got her book and and try to read about as much as I can. And once fat who would. So these fires. Component in Kim trail. It's a male powdered, aluminum and other really microscopic metals accelerate and when it. Stems on on the forest canopy kinda like napalm a way, and it it makes the firewall Potter normally be. Yep. Yeah. In fact, we had a lot of freeload on the show to talk about that. And they were talking about accelerates aluminum dusted sell up behind the particular Chem trails and that yes that the fires would surge hotter. And this would explain a lot about the cars melting and things of that nature because the scorching would be a lot different. It'd be moving lot quicker is accelerate. But then, you know, then again, like, I say, you know, technologies there it can be used. Why would they use it? What's the motive? That's the question. I ask people we believe their Direct Energy weapons. I heard one one thing is to concentrate the populace into the cities in the more urban areas, and and get him out of outlying areas, we had the whole specifiers. I mean, you got to Oregon I Corwin here and. If the guy the paper was saying get used to kind of like the norm. That's what Jerry Brown said. He said he said that it would be the norm. And I worry about that. Because that is, you know, their impetus to keep pushing the climate change idea that this is all about everything's footnoted climate change. Now, anything that's weird or out of the ordinary. But it just seems to me that all of a sudden, you know, when? Sorry about that. When Donald Trump pulled out of the Paris accords. We started seeing all kinds of habit going down with more hurricanes and more more flooding more intensive storms. And it just seems weird that happened. I mean, did you notice it when Brock Obama was president? We hardly had any hurricanes and the weather wasn't as intense. And now everything's out of control. I can't remember who it was. I think he's a full bird Colonel. I think he's on the internet. You can you can see 'em Melissa says that the United States Air Force or government will own the weather by twenty twenty five. Oh, yeah. They've said that many times. And it goes all the way back to ancient times. You can control the weather populace. Well, there's something to be said there's something to be said about when they say, well, if we don't do this. We don't do this. We've lost control the planet. Well, we've lost control the planet. It seems we've already lost control of it. So there's nothing that we're going to pay nothing. We can do now to repair it as far as I can see unless of course, they have something up their sleeve that ace that they wanna play and that is whether control and geo engineering that what you're talking about. You think it makes any sense this might be going out on a limb? But by having it in California and pretty much like a liberal domain or bashing that I have in these people in Malibu, and who are like liberal in their ideas and having their directly affect him in the way of the property that they become more of a vote advocate for I could see that. Yes. But I think it's more of an economical thing. And it's more of an ecosystem thing is think about all the things that California. Represents. I mean, it's a I mean, it could be a country unto itself, it's it's it's probably one of the most self sustaining states outside of the United States itself. I mean, it could be its own country. If it wanted to be and I was born. Born and raised on Long Beach, California. Yeah, I remember the Santa Ana winds coming in October enforce fires but never on on the race. And what you see like the cars being never before thanksgiving either. I mean, come on. Let's do what a week before thanksgiving or we happy for thanksgiving and people have to sift through the rubble of their homes. They're probably not gonna have a thanksgiving this year, right? I just wanted to add that to it. Yeah. A good thoughts. James and a lot of things to think about I appreciate you calling in tonight. Okay. Take care. You bet. Rob in Utah. Hi, rob. You're on ground zero. Hey, doing good, man. I was in in two thousand may six fire. Started in New Mexico called the air GRANDE fire, eventually burned. It was a control burn got out of control and burned into Los Alamos National nuclear laboratory, it burned up the fingers of the canyons it burned into. The laboratory itself. Is there was falling on me at the airport. The radiation content that they said went up twenty percent at burn two hundred and forty three houses and storage dumps where things were being stored pretty much. Got covered up. You know? You know, it was you're the caller earlier that fought than fire to he said that they had to sign releases. They couldn't sue the US government if any of them contracted cancer from the exposure to the radiation. I wasn't that caller. But that is true. So you did have decided released that is true. Wow. And the other thing is. He has to go and look at statistics. That. Global warming. The whole thing is is a farce because if you use math. If you were to stop all carbon production all carbon gig acid into atmosphere. Today. It would take ten thousand years to clean the atmosphere. Just think of an oil spill how long it takes to clean million gal. Well, think about how they could change everything with some geo engineering a little geo engineering something they won't talk about when it comes to global warming or climate change because it throws a ragging everything they talk about. And and believe me there have been many groups talk about geo engineering, and what they do is they use aerosolize drops from aircraft dinner. Stratospheric injections, they call them. And in fact, John Brennan CIA spoke, the council on foreign relations about such things saying that that is the new form of geo engineering that could change the planet and cool it like volcanoes and they've already decided to use it. They probably using it now, and they have been using it because we see the trails all the time in this guy. What you do? But I'm I'm just saying that if you stopped everything diesel gas cars, coal you have to stop it today. And it would take ten thousand years stop at all. Yeah. Would ten thousand years to clear the atmosphere. There's some sort of political agenda here. I don't know what it is. And it just continues to anger me. Because like I say, I believe the climate change exists. I just don't believe in the political agenda surrounding climate change because climate does change. But whether is something that we need to pay attention to it at the moment, weather is crazy. It's as if they've taken one side and throw it out a balance. Remember, I said that heaven is out of sync. It certainly is out of. We can tell it is many people on the east coast or writing me now telling me talk about the nor'easter and how it's how it's out of sync with everything else. You know, we're going to be seeing another omega lock when it comes to the cold again. And when that happens, we're gonna see east coast, and and many of the midwestern states, and some even the southern latitudes. Getting supercharged cold weather. They haven't already agreed in Texas. It's already cold and they're getting snow here in the northwest. We got cool early. We were we going late into the warmth. But now it's cooling down. What's keeping the skies? Pretty much dismal is the smoke from the wildfires. Yeah. Having to use eyedrops like I said, I feel like I've smoked a number of whole carton of cigarettes. You know, he can't walk up the street without feeling like, you're huffing and puffing. I mean, this is how we're trying to cope with the wildfire California. It's worse. I mean experts. There are saying that there will be serious health problems that will be almost inevitable for awhile for a lot of vulnerable residents like the elderly children and those with existing health problems. They're the ones that most risks. And they're saying that short-term. Exposure to a lot of the smoke has increased the visits to the emergency rooms.
"hanford" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Disarmament is getting ready. Sometime in the second half of twenty sixteen to date. We'll be the most destructive missile ever produced by. Don't get out of this technological constructed. We have a major weapons test is imminent. We need to know what it is to destroy it. Is that clear? Successful type testing ready to be rolled out. This ultimate power in the universe. Claim there is no other weapon. Like, it's in the world. Will amanda. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You are listening to ground zero. Coverage of the California. Fires. Also, I just got word of the nor'easter that's coming in early. And that's also done some damage killed a few people. Big about this metaphor if you will. We have six hundred missing sixty six dead and bodies are lying charred in paradise at six hundred sixty six bodies chart in paradise it. Sure sounds biblical an apocalyptic to me, and he gives me the chills just to think that we're living through it. And we're seeing it and the idea that some of those fires burning could be releasing radioactive debris dust and chemicals into the air. These are things that I'm sure, you know, they don't want to report they want report because he you bring people, you know, independent, but I'm doing it because I want you to know that this is happening. And there are ways you can get independent studies going to see if there was any exposure released, but people that died of cancer and leukemia people near Hanford, we talked about Hanford before there was a situation to Hanford was elite going on children with born or born with birth defects in in Saint Louis Santa's they had another problem of a fire burning there and people were having their hair fallout, and they were. Sick were throwing up the water was contaminated. It's these are things that you know, they wait, and wait and wait to clean up. Besides then when something like this happens, they want to cover up and say nothing to see here. But there is something to see in that is neglect and how this is going down. And how it has people. Wondering about why we see on one hand day Lucien flood nor'easters cold early in the year. And then we have this unbelievable fire going on. And you have to wonder if it's all part of some geo engineering control mechanism or the wrath of God is happening. I I just find it very arrogant. The laser the laser candidate created is called Helius, which of course, is the God that represents the power of the sun. It's so weird you'll using the power of the sun to scorch the planet using the power of the sentence scorched and enemy Russia and China have these weapons to they use them in space. They can use them on targets here on earth. This is this is our future, and this this this all could be painted in some apocalyptic Tableau. And that's fine. And you can throw it all away to climate change. You throw it all the way to the mismanagement of forest, but what is going on is people are still dying and they're still without property. And they're still wondering where the loved ones are. Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred go to James in Idaho. Hi, James, you're on ground zero. Hey, talking to your screener. I think one thing that's not really being considered. And I've been a real observer of cantrill and have little lot about he had against the LA real at all while back. Okay. I got her book and tried read about as much as I can. And once fact who would rations missile these fires. Insta- component in Kim trail powdered aluminum and other really microscopic metals. It's an accelerated when it stands on on the forest, canopy. Like napalm in the way, and it it makes the fire a lot hotter than it..
"hanford" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
"What were you hoping for when you join journey? I just wanted to write music with the guys that mattered that people would love and embracing taking their hearts. There's nothing else meant more to me than to be part of that. With carry out front. The band had a slew of top forty hits in the eighties and was back on a commercial role in the nineties when he left it all behind. What was that like? It was tough. Tough. What'd you do therapy. We're back to my hometown, which the fair in the summertime that comes to an effort seems you might understand a little more about why Steve Perry left when you know where he came from. Hanford California population fifty six thousand is in the heart of the Golden State's sprawling farm country for young, Steve Perry, it was the world. Were you happy here and hampered. Wow, you know when I was living here, I was really love him being here, but Steve's father left when he was seven. It was a loss. He still feels to this day. He used to sing to me. To sing to me. Like when I see four years old, he's Cigna me and when the divorce happened, it was a credible loss to me. As it changed at all? No, they're happier memories here to Hanford superior. Dairy has been in the same spot for nearly ninety years and around here they do ice cream in a big way. A single scoop is roughly the size of a cantaloupe. Sunday's are colossal. Steve is still a favorite son. And of course they still make his favorite flavor. This is a school. This is a single, it's like a milk chocolate. Excuse me. Okay. What. Sorry. Is there kind of like a flood of memories and feeling have so many memories in this place and it's still the same. No matter what happens. No matter how successful or unsuccessful you can always come back. Have some ice cream. It's gonna be okay. And he was living here in hampered when he got the call that would change his life forever. After bouncing around a series of small time bands, he joined up with journey in nineteen seventy seven and helped give the world some of its best loved songs..
"hanford" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Bachelor number one. Describe your first date with Fags. E. I think we would be at a beach, half clothed and a nice bottle of Rosa. Oh, God. Can I come. Bachelor number two. Same question. It's simple. Describe your first date with Fags. -i cabin in the woods hot tub and no clothes. Ooh, you did hear me say I state. Horse appearance Hanford. So sounds like a first date to me. All right. So you're feeling good about these answers right back Zine feeling good? Yeah. All right, but that's just the first question here is, question number two, bachelor number one. You I at the end of your first date with tax. Would he get a hug? Goodbye, a kiss on the lips or trip to the bathroom. Look, some no whore. No, but you kiss on the first day, I like your style. Same question for you. Bachelor number two. At the end of the first state where to get a hug, goodbye, kiss on the lips or trip to the bathroom. Let's really set the precedence. I'm an up the anti trip to the bathroom. I love it. Wow. All right. Blushing a little bit. I tell you dating is different than what I was in the dating scene. All right. Question number three. And this one is important because you really wouldn't. You agree. You really have to find out about someone's character, body sexy, fine, but it's about what's in their heart. I'm sorry, I misread that fart. Because nothing makes bags e laugh like a good quality fart. Sound effects, love, bachelor. Number one. Please make your best fart noises. Ooh. Will do. Bachelor number two thoughts are very important fact z. I.
"hanford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"hanford" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"And the rest is history where are you from originally i'm from hanford like central california and then we'll take me back to that time what was that like the transition what about like friends and family and stuff or or girlfriend or whatever people like just what are you doing man like you're gonna go where you're gonna go sacramento and do what yeah gonna fight like this guy is starting to jim and i'm going to become a fighter people by like with the right what the hell why i think at that time it was there was so much buzz and excitement about the youth see because it was still in the in the new phase year are we talking about two thousand eight so you know the the the ultimate fighter show with with yeah the big fights that got everybody excited and you know those already happened and or where you know right around that era and you know people were just like oh man you're going into the ufc like so cool and i'm just like i don't know what the hell i'm doing like i'm gonna go compete i'm gonna try like i have a have a degree in kinesiology i'm going to try to if i suck at it you know or just absolutely hate it i'll go get a real job but you know let's go test it out and i ended up being good at it and thought it was pretty fun so ended up sticking with it i think it's been almost eleven years now ten ten years what was you riot favors jim like because you know you right obviously very highly successful now and he's got a second version of his jim but even the first version of his jim was was pretty was a pretty nice setup what did that look like in those early days that jim was a lot smaller than the one that we're now but it was basically you'd walk in you'd have a couple offices right there on the left hand side downtown sacramento downtown downtown forces all matt's basically yeah pretty much like you walk into the right and it's all like.
Manhunt after deputy shot, killed in Dickson County, Tennessee
"The water but passed away on tuesday at valley children's hospital a hanford woman and manner are under arrest after a fourteen year old reported to hanford police that they've been molested two months ago officers say the allegation was directed toward the victims stepfather but the mother had been told and failed to report it thirty two year old ryan benegas and thirtythreeyearold gloria rizzo are both facing felony child endangerment benegas facing second felony both were book last night into the king's county jail a manhunt is underway in tennessee for a man believed to be armed and dangerous wanted in the shooting death of a dickson county deputy sheriff jeff bledsoe reduce my prayer to god that are court will be a tear to him on the on the punishment he receives a woman who was attacked by the suspect one day earlier says stephen joshua wiggins put a gun to her head and threatened to kill her and then took her car on wall street the dow currently up three hundred thirty four points it's eleven thirty two a m j valley weather right now partly.
Vice Chairman, Korea and Michigan discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"Researcher amanda d hanford at pennsylvania state university has created a device that can route sound waves around an object make it invisible to techniques like sonar and for dinner team created a meta material who's unit cell is smaller than the acoustic wave lengths used to try to detect it the meta material could deflect sound waves underwater which is more difficult the us fcc said it's repeal of the open internet guidelines of twenty fifteen will officially go into effect june eleventh order was published in the federal register on february twentysecond but did not go into effect until the office of management and budget completed its paperwork reduction act review the us senate is set to vote as early as next week on whether to reject the fcc repeal of the net neutrality rules ohio governor john case issued an executive order permitting self driving car tests on public roads in that state ohio jones arizona california and michigan in allowing the tests the test will require a human operator and registration with dr ohio finally korea fair trade commission chief kim song joe told reporters that samsung's current ownership structure is not sustainable samsung group uses circular shareholding to interlock samsung santee samsun the life insurance and samsung electronics kim urged vice chairman j y lee to make a decision concerning the ownership structure for more discussion of the news of the day subscribed to daily tech news show dot com and don't forget daily tech headlines is only supported by you if you can spare a dollar we'd love to have it the patriot dot com slash dt ns talk next time.
Bella Thorne Reveals She Made So Much Money From Paid Social Media Posts She Bought a Mansion
"Yeah it is it's not he's not a one note hanford right there you go he has a broad here's a range he is amazing he's a handful artist with what we'll experience some of his other classics as we go through the show today just to give you a little delight moment that's not a word but whatever moving on here's what we have for you door number three we're moving on to actress bella thorne so she was profiled in a video for vogue dot com in the magazine vogue dot com in the video is called inside the life of bella thorne and we we learned a lot about bella thorne and one of the things we learn about her is she is rach all because of instagram so let's let bella thorne talk about getting return instagram in her own words for grid posting sixty five grand post grad for story posting it anywhere from ten to twenty k and first nap shot is the same as insist story instagram is one hundred percent a job to me i started out eighteen who have literally two hundred dollars in my bank account and i bought this house a year later year and a half as all from social media that is insane that is insane so if you didn't quite hear that bella graham she said that for each sponsored posts that she doesn't instagram she makes sixty five thousand dollars amazing i sponsored instagram stories instagram stories the thing that you put up in it expires in twenty four hours she gets paid ten to twenty thousand dollars and that's the same fee she gets for snapchat so she said that when she was eighteen years old she was totally broke at two hundred dollars in the bank and now as a twenty year old she just bought her own house in los angeles that is insane and now i'm on her instagram and i will say she's got a very active instagram she's not my cup of tea not really she's a little young for me and a little she i'm not her audience anyway so it doesn't matter a surprise that she's able to charge that much just for product placement.
"hanford" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Average hanford islanders like t wiggins as guys are bad shooters plus shooters three point shooters at least so it's like wherever towns go he has to be the spacing is standing there it's like i know he wants to be doing stuff but he can't because if he moves the fuck up the whole play he also just like that the end of the game they just they need to just throw him down the ball i dunno what goes through that hole like that last five minutes in regulation i think he got one touch and it was the one where he like almost lost it out of bounds because no one else was moving through to jimmy butler who just turned it over for no reason to even though towns was wide open in the corner like that could have ended the game at a lot at the they were especially jimmy butler gist exhausted my brother of free throw out that he's bet to like fall out the reference final stall him out like giving them like the fool tin seconds for him the baas all right jerry i thought for someone who missed too wide open threes i thought bailey it's played pretty well yeah they played six minutes at night he played pants excuse beg your pardon had three steals so that's pretty good though is a point there where denver would just come down the court and just immediately turn the ball over i think it was the second quarter they did it like five possessions in a row it was very strange strategy from mike malone's the strangest word i don't know if i'd be life i'm negative fan i don't know if i'm excited to bring mike malone beck not saying that this was like the missing the place was totally on him but.
"hanford" Discussed on KOMO
"On the hanford nuclear reservation has been halted workers involved in tearing down a former plutonium processing plant complained they were being exposed to radioactive contamination the us department of energy says that during the past year forty two workers involved in the demolition have either inhaled or ingested radioactive particles federal and state regulators say the demolition is on hold until a safe plan can be developed a company stopping all nonessential activities and related spending on the trans mountain pipeline expansion project in berta bbc kinder morgan said sunday its decision to is based on the bbc government's opposition to the project which has also been the focus of sustained protests at the marine terminal the company says it will consult with stakeholders to try and reach an agreement by the end of may that might allow the project to continue canadian prime minister justin trudeau has insisted that the project should be completed and state very workers say the rental bikes you see scattered all over seattle streets are also being abandoned on board ferry's sailings from colman dock have been delayed or cancelled as a result in some cases the coast guard launched searches by air and sea for missing cyclist's when they found a bike rather that was left on board the ferry system will talk more about the growing problem today coming up after traffic and weather the passing of a local civil rights icon i'm corwin hake how he lobbied to rebrand king county one thirty four now time for an update on our aaa traffic with kierra jordan we're still working in a crash northbound i five at the river bridge it's blocking two left lanes and that has you just crawling right now from thirty eight southbound i five is distracted and slow from the fife curve also eastbound sixteen now starting to get a little bit bunched up as you're approaching i five are other crashes in mountlake terrace southbound i five near to twentieth it's been cleared of the right lane it's now sitting over on the shoulder but it's left a two and a half mile backup there this traffic report is brought to you by community transit community transit is hiring coach operators earn over twenty nine dollars an hour plus benefits visit community transit dot org slash drive for us are next komo traffic out one forty.
"hanford" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"The consequences of the building and um now assembling of large numbers maybe sixty thousand nuclear warheads so places like the hanford nuclear reservation in washington state where the uh weapons material was made for the bombs were exploited in the second world war you know these are super fun sites where we have leaking tanks have radiactive materials the soviets no know attention to this problem was was probably less careful and even the united states and so there are are areas of uh you know radioactive contamination uh radioactive materials that leftover they've got these and uh nuclear warheads all of these posed you know some very considerable challenges to us with regard to the storage of radioactive materials and what's in there a horrendous nuclear accident back the 1950s when a plutonium dump near question in the ural mountains exploded and releasing large quantities of volatile plutonium vapors in the whole area contaminating the village i mean there were some pretty bad weapons accidents back than they were totally hushed up right sure i mean of course who are in the midst of the cold war so the um you know knowledge of the exact events of this what's what's highlyguarded one of the hospitals where i work in moscow his a or at least was a secret facility uh call the institute of biophysics and um you know all of the victims of uh the soviet weapons program i've were brought there and you know there was no possible way that uh a non party member cricket ethan near that institution and even as the cold war was progressing with these horrendous nuclear accidents weren't there tremendous advances on the medical front with radio medicine with pudding tracers inside the body to trace the flow of chemicals wasn't they really a breakthrough in terms of being able to analyse the human body using wade the asian now i i think that um you know for mendes advances have been made i think you know ct scans or cat skins were computerized tomography scans are pretty much known to your entire audience know something like eighty million of them were done last year so you know roughly one in every five wondering every four americans on average at a ct scan kissed last year this has permeated um medical practice in some people refer to a ct scan as the modern equivalent of a.
"hanford" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hi how low how're you doing good bye litter a somber topic we were reminded that the plutonium for that bomb at nagasaki fat boy was made at the hanford reactor outside richman washington a new national park is being planned in washington state to commemorate the work of americans who it's thought mieno brought the war to an end building those bombs others of course a pointed out that the soviets where invading japan at the same time that might have had as much affect as the bonds but the park is called the men hat project national historic park congress approved it in 2014 tell us about the push to include the japanese perspective will the park is being created in three different locations hanford los alamos and oak ridge tennessee los alamos new mexico these were all hubs of the effort to develop the atomic bomb tom and as the park was being talked about in proposed and then it through congress approved the japanese were very concerned that there would be a national park created a bog bombs that destroyed two of their cities and at that point park service officials reach out to them and said this isn't going to be a parked just about the creation of the bomb that somehow celebrates or glorifies the bomb without looking at some of the consequences of what happened when the bombs were dropped on hiroshima and nagasaki oil and you reminded us i mean if there was with good reason to me many historians agree that the bombs that you can two hundred thousand in japan also may have saved many more japanese american lives by ending the war but you know this darker side of the effects of the bonds we don't often hear about so what might be included well i went to nagasaki in may to get a sense of their museum uh there our which looks at really what happened underneath the mushroom cloud who's actually really struck how the story that you now find it hanford where the park is operated in cooperation with the department of energy sort of ends with the successful explosion of the bomb they're museum begins with the cloud as you enter their showing a loop of it endlessly some film that was taken of it and i met with survivors and there are thousands of them.
"hanford" Discussed on KOMO
"Project will be built on former hanford reservation land near richland the twenty megawatt solar project will be built by french company the try city economic development council says it acquired the landed 2015 from the department of energy and the project should be completed by twenty nineteen on saturday technical work began on the proper very which is south of the columbia generating station power plant operated by energy northwest that work will determine the best place on the property to build the plant the french company is currently looking for customers eric heintz komo news big changes for boeing's defense division which recently moved its headquarters from st louis to washington dc here's colors fancy barrick the news blog defense one reports boina's reorganizing its defense and space business and eliminating a layer of middle management that will result in the loss of fifty executive positions the organizational overhaul is effective july i it's not clear what will happen to these employees who were notified of the moves ahead of the public announcement today boeing saying the changes will allow quicker decision making and better position the company to win new business nancy barrick komo news salvaged county wants to form a partnership which seattle's museum of flight and bring more tourists to pain field in agreement this week gives the county and the museum through the end of the year to negotiate and operations and management pack for the future of flight aviation center and boeing tour he everett herald reports the event attracted more than five hundred thousand people last year visitors went to the nearby boeing plant the future of flight aerospace gallery education programmes and special events the era of safeco field is coming to an end the seattle mariners and safeco.
"hanford" Discussed on KOIL
"Briefing on the hanford emergency for today here now the spokesperson from hanford speaking on behalf of the company talking about what really happened it'd earlier this morning an incident in a two hundred east area of the hanford site all personnel in the immediate area had been accounted for there are safe and there's been no evidence of radiological release i would urge viewers to launch into him for site tucked heffer dot gov red barth top the latest information about what's what the heck with site but again right now always have been accounted for no injuries in levin's watch release so this is going on in east area hazzard site this is the is the for sale right right here the east area is right there this is going on the facility newness pure ex which is located about here employees appear ex this morning notice the soil so over one of tunnel one of the tunnels adjacent to the pex facility period facilities for processing chemical processing facility at that point after noticing the soil as sunk over one of the tunnels there was an urgency to declare those employees over half dozen of them were accurate again no injuries on police are safe no evidence really logical release those employees safe all close at two hundred east told take cover this was early this morning upon the judicial investigation crews noticed this portion of that total fall roof caved in twenty foot section of federal which is one hundred feet long upon discovery all employees in the health for site again this this say here have been told take cover what that means a shelter and places purely precautionary because again who were there was no spate of no indication of the spread logic contamination that's really the situation right now crews are still on the scene assessing situation to really know what caused the roof to kate end of may not know that for some time but right now responders are still on the scene gathering data that was hampered update from an official at hanford so nervous as far as i can tell he's just a mess because of what happened today of course ban put side is the most radioactive site one of those reactor sites to the united states.
"hanford" Discussed on KOIL
"Situation especially after what happened today at hanford and we talked about in the last hour what happened at hanford was which is you know something to talk about more so than what's going on what's being slapped around by cnn and everybody else but we had a situation happen in my backyard not completely there i mean we had a we got about a hundred or two hundred miles separating me from hanford but hanford is one of the most toxic places on the planet and you know they're saying that if anything goes wrong unhappy it'll be our focus you in fact it already is our because she moved not archer noble if you wanna know hampered is our first atomic sin we we committed the first atomic since at hanford we released radiation into the surrounding areas during the green run this to see what people would do now they would react but today we had a problem at hanford i'm going to play you we the dispatch from hanford this is from today saying that the pure ex complex a tunnel at hanford caved in today well very very very very hard eric darnell her harlow nobody involve hardly how on following the incident today happened this morning following the incident manager send a message to workers telling them to secure ventilation your building and to refrain from eating or drinking the us department of energy activated some urgency operations center this morning following the collapse of some workers were reportedly told to evacuate while were told to shelter in places officials investigated the severity of the situation governor j instantly said in a statement that the white house was informed about the incident into the department of energy stated that a tunnel was breached and then tunnel was used to very radioactive waste production of plutonium at the hanford nuclear reservation is also said this quote this is a serious situation and insuring the safety of the workers and the community is the top priority the understanding is that the sight today went into immediate lock down we're workers were told to seek shelter and all access to the area would was closed no one could come in order to get out spokesman for the hanford site to during the live broadcast that the tunnel collapse was discovered by workers on patrolling the area.
"hanford" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The hanford site the first three nuclear reactors on earth were built at hanford with a total of nine nuclear power plants being built their eventually nuclear power plants operated for ten years for ten years in this world they operated before they were ever used to generate electricity electricity is a secondary purpose for nuclear power plants they were design and build as plutonium manufacturing plants hanford was the first of these plutonium production sites but to worse radiological disasters besides nuclear weapons nations in the first for decades vietnam engage were accents at the plutonium production sites of the united kingdom and soviet union both in nineteen fifty seven military plutonium production sites remain among the most contaminated sites on earth during the period of operation more than sixty seven metric tons of plutonium were manufactured at hanford hanford is home to sixty percent by volume of all of the high level radioactive waste stored in the united states nearly eighty percent of the department of energy inventory of spent nuclear fuel rods our store just four hundred yards away from the columbia river that's a couple of hundred miles away from ron broadcasting right now in december nineteen forty nine the united states deliberately released an immense amount of radiation into populated areas of the hanford site during the notorious green run it was the largest intentional release of radiation ever conducted by the us government while nuclear testing in nevada exposed many people a significant amounts of radiation this was a by product of the desire to test weapons in the green run the intention was specifically to release the radiation into the hanford area just to see how people react to it the green run was conducted in reaction to the test of the first soviet nuclear weapon in kazakhstan several months earlier the first indications of the soviets had successfully tested a nuclear weapon came when censors at hanford picked up the radiation several days later and so someone said.
"hanford" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Don't want to be office today i you know i was having a good day it's beautiful walk through been trying to spray often outside and got a little bit of white to the blue sky but it's still sunny enough for me to smile and say hey it's getting reach bring him and feel good about myself feeling good because the the air is better the the weather's better you came in this morning saw rebecca who happens to be one of the news editors here the flagship station where i work allies that's what's going on today's though besides hampered uncle hamper what's going on with hanford by her dry up she so there was a that was a cubans a day of the the the pure ex plan underground and they had to evacuate towards the hanford of i'm thinking oh my gosh you know not again let me see because hanford however doesn't get much press and i talked about all the time is talking about what's in your backyard it doesn't affect me but does affect you answered is quite literally america's through consumer there was an article in twenty eleven industry go good called hanford america's atomic time bomb hanford nuclear way still poses a serious risk hanford is america's let's just say our first sin that we are first nuclear soon we we we built this huge facility sprawled five hundred eighty six square miles it's a four hour drive south east of seattle and you go into this area there's the try cities okay but it's like one of the things i love about i love ten awake i've never been a rich run and pass real but i'll i'll tell you i been kennewick i love kennewick it's great place would see as you're moving closer through these try cities you're getting closer to hanford which is like this was empty vast nothing that's in eastern washington and this is where the united states for most to its nuclear robert your goals for the cold war he was the commission in nineteen eighty eight and it's still it's like a graveyard out there it's it's a it's a land of markets nuclear ghost town it's it's worse looking mature noble moves nothing creepy your insurance noble and seeing like a fear israel it's a band you expecting some radioactive clown penny wise from it just jumping around in there and having a ball this is a nuclear waste land.
"hanford" Discussed on Rense Radio Network
"It kind of points to when i just posted on the site today they're now admitting at the hanford nuclear reservation ap call it they call of eight eight and former nuclear persona hanford no it's not former of all i has has been then it is causing in new more bowl debts and suffering in terms of catastrophic illness among people who live simply lived in the area especially east down when from hanford so yes the nuclear genie never should've been let down the bottle one of the worst mistakes ever on this planet and no in history for ap xima being of course at the top of the list something that is out of control now worst and it was five and a half years ago and is not going to be resolved any time in the foreseeable future the north pacific ocean is largely depleted of life forms now it's nothing like it used to be a and it's going to get worse and worse for ap she might you never hear but it went to last time to cnn's told you handing about for pushing him or anybody no but we talk about it here but that's it go ahead tell well actually you're of the year right to and guess what good we don't talk about and we don't you know what happened that we don't address the damaged it's been like that to play schraeder then the vice shouldn't girl are it will continue to to take place we rain emerson should that's right there to so and i'm not sure then usually i learned environmentalist and we shouldn't.