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Where Did The Coronavirus Start? Virus Hunters Find Clues In Bats

Short Wave

06:46 min | 8 months ago

Where Did The Coronavirus Start? Virus Hunters Find Clues In Bats

"All Right Emily Kuang Wave Reporter. Animal Lover Unabashed Animal Lover. It's true you and I both know that bats are amazing. That is not up for dispute on shortwave. They're important for pollinating flowers dispersing seeds. They catch bugs the same ones that bite us and eat up some of our crops but bats also harbor some of the toughest known zoonotic diseases. That's right the rabies virus the Marburg virus the Hendra and Nipah viruses. The Abullah virus outbreak in West Africa was traced to a bat colony. All these viruses find what's called a natural reservoir in bats meaning the viruses live in that host without harming it. Do We know why that is? It's a very interesting question so I used to say a million dollar question now as as a billion dollar question Lynn Fouling says it might have to do with the fact that bats are the only mammal that's adapted for flight because during flight. The body temperature goes to up to all the way to forty two degrees. That's super high. Forty two degrees Celsius is almost one hundred eight degrees Fahrenheit and their heartbeat goes up to a thousand beats per minute. They're burning a ton of energy flying several hours a day and this creates toxic free radicals that damage their cells but Linda's research has shown that bats have also evolved this ability to repair and minimize that cellular damage. Kind of counterstrike and those same defensive. Abilities may help them not only tolerate flight but also to fight infectious diseases in a way that the human body simply cannot so the essentially. Have this like super effective? Immune response rights so while our immune systems can get overwhelmed from fending off these viruses. He thinks bats don't our hypothesis is best has evolved. A different method is to get the balanced right for defense and Torrance and that famous virus to live peacefully with Bass and they're able to safely house these viruses in their bodies and not get sick from them. Got It so. Let's talk about why scientists think this particular corona virus could have come from bats. Well they got a big clue from the start so in early. January Chinese scientists were able to quickly sequence the viruses entire genome and then they published it online from that scientists begin to study the virus in-depth and around this time researchers at Wuhan Institute of Raji in China compared its genome to a library of known viruses right and found a ninety six percent match with Corona virus samples taken from Horseshoe Bats in Union. Yes the same kinds of bats that were natural reservoirs for the original SARS virus that broke out in two thousand three and this led them to believe that this new corona virus likely came from bats to right and from a genetic standpoint ninety six percent match. Sounds like a lot but that four percent can make a big difference exactly that that four percent difference is actually a pretty wide distance in evolutionary timing. It could be even decades. This is Robert Gary Ablett at Tulane University. And while that one paper says there's a ninety six percent match with bats that extra four percent to him suggests some other viral material may have gotten mixed in from another animal and that other animal could have even transmitted the virus to humans right. This is called an intermediate host or an in-between host correct. But when it comes to this corona virus scientists aren't sure if there was an intermediate host between bats and humans and if so they're not sure what the intermediate host could be. There are theories Robert and fellow. Researchers have hypothesized. This virus could be a blend of viruses from two different animals bats and something else. An early scientific studies suggest it could be this animal called Penguin this scaly ant eater vulnerable to illegal wildlife trade and virus penguins or some other animal. That has a similar receptor binding domain. So to buyers getting together recombining to make up a new Sars KOGI team but the important point to all this is that virus hunters haven't come to a definitive conclusion about the chain of transmission from animals to humans about the involvement of penguins and baths or any other host animal. Not on the level of proof. They need right like the genetic level. Yes we don't know definitively which animal or animals this came from. It will take time to figure out but we do know. This came from animals a bunch of scientists in mid-february publish this big letter in the Journal. Lancet saying evidence overwhelmingly points to wildlife as the origin for this corona virus. And Roberts stands by that too. I can tell you that this is a product of nature. It's not a virus. That has arisen in a laboratory by any scientists purposely manipulating something that that was then released onto a cup like that. That just didn't happen. Because if you look at the actual genome which Robert has done the evidence. Isn't there okay so you said earlier. While speaking to the researcher in Singapore that it took a decade to find out the actual origin of the virus that causes SARS the original SARS. Do we know how long it could take to figure out where this new corona virus came from. Oh Mattie I wished I had an answer for you. We don't it all depends on funding and resources. Doesn't it all gone and time like I keep saying? Throughout this whole episode investment in virus hunting right expanding the zoonotic studies to figure out the transmission chain between animals and people. Because if we know that we are armed with information that can help us. Prevent future outbreaks. Peter doc he's the President of the US based nonprofit ego health alliance and he says that even if bats are the likely origin they are not to blame. It's no but's it's uh it's it's and what we do to Bass that drives this. Pandemic risks like wildlife trade and Food and agriculture practices or are close proximity to animals in densely populated areas one of the poster things about funding that. We're actually behind. These pandemics is that gives those the power to do something about it. We don't need to get rid about. We don't need to do anything with that. We've just got to leave them alone. Let me get on doing the good. They do flipping around at night

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Carolina. Summertime down under Emma, heat is on December in Australia is turning out to be one of the hottest ever hottest town on the continent. In the remote northwest part is one hundred eight degrees. Melbourne and Adelaide over having monthly average temperatures. Sixty degrees, higher than usual. CBS news. Good morning. Now, the snow has stopped at least at five. Oh five. I'm Steve Sampson. CO news. This hour's top local story continues to be our weather and the temperatures are going to be dropping here today. We still have a lot of blowing and drifting snow up to our north. Let's get a check on things with WCC radio meteorologist, Mike Lynch. You joins us live, Mike. We have a little bit of everything here this morning as far as snow totals up north in the Nile kinds of rain here yesterday. Yeah. Just crazy nineteen inches at McGregor twelve and a half and Brainerd ten inches nine inches in Duluth here. The twin cities we had a record day of precipitation ninety five hundredths of an inch of precipitation a lot of that being rain. So just a crazy crazy day around here. Well, the system is pretty much moving out. Now the Cole behind the snow in the rain temperatures are dropping off fast fast. In fact, we dropped three degrees here. The last hour this morning till nine AM. We still have a winter weather advisory. That's because you're still going to be a little bit of light snow. A little bit of freezing drizzle. I think after that though, the precipitation should really start to back off. But the winds and the colder going to be here by late afternoon. We're going to be down to the low to mid teen Stevo. Thanks, mike. We're also understanding that up north where the snow didn't stop yesterday where continued to snow now, they're dealing with blowing and drifting snow several accidents reported up around the Saint Cloud area. And they just can't get a hold of the of clearing the roads because they do a pass. And then the snow covers the roads right back over. So that's what they're dealing with in some of the areas that had those impressive snowfall totals yesterday. Stay with us. We'll continue update you on all of this throughout the morning here on WCTC. Oh, the weather being blamed on a head on crash east of big lake yesterday that.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I'm meteorologist Lauren Alaska. For. CBS twelve news we'll continue to see mostly sunny, skies across the area. For this Thursday just a few small passing showers possible throughout the afternoon have much drier air in place, today high temperatures will warm for the upper eighties we, will stay dry overnight could see a couple morning showers. Along the coast on Friday mostly dry, Friday, afternoon with highs back in the upper eighties You know yesterday if you remember we. Spoke to John Stewart we rarely agree but yesterday we, agreed that July was obviously very obviously. The hottest month on record so far in. South Florida and it continues to get hotter and hotter and that's what global warming is, all about we're doing it to. Ourselves with all the emissions And, the junk that's going out into our atmosphere it's it's taking, a toll coming back and here's the solid. Proof death valley seems to be torturing its. Own record for the hottest month in history too The. Notorious national park recorded an average temperature of just over one hundred eight degrees in July That is hot and that reflects. The average between. Daily highs and lows which in July remains at, times Rover hundred twenty-five degrees just below eighty five. Degrees to report was first recorded in Forbes has yet to be officially recognized, by the world meteorologist will Cole organization that record is almost an. Entire degree above the record death valley set last year of? One hundred seven point three degrees can you imagine a hundred and twenty five hundred eight degrees Which you. Know we get here in south Florida there always talking about and I've yet, to ever understand this they always talk about the the feels like. Temperature and and argue this I've been arguing this for years Wherever I've worked on the radio which is. Pretty much all over the nation Infra-red feels like It should be that number I'm open to an argument on this or from wrong. To tell me I'm wrong but if, it feels like one hundred seven. But it's only ninety seven How. How are you calling it ninety seven if it feels like one hundred seven and. I noticed a good analogy here just, can't, think of what right now But these are the kinds of? Things you I was watching the show last, night that says we're putting on suntan lotion. All wrong we're doing it all wrong The doctor said, if you don't. Use on your body alone A shot glass full of. The high thirty or fifty SPF you're not doing it right and. Then he also said. Something else I've lived in Florida forever I never do this did, you know when you put the lotion on Do you assume you're protected Yes you're not takes thirty. Minutes for it to activate So in other words and especially if. You have kids they're starting to, get a young age. A lot of people including me. Do, the same thing go to beach is. Latter. Yourself. Oh Slatter yourself up is more like us latter Yeah. Slather, slap slather slather rather yourself full of the Tillerson it is it And and you have to wait a half hour before you can even go in the sun and just one particular doctor who was doing this interview said that he goes every day before he goes. Out of the, house after he shaves he puts it on his, face no matter what even if he's not, going to. The pool the beach and the reason this is prevalent today because these doctors.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Up to. Eight hundred to one thousand acres and likely a lot. More it's burning and heavy fuel and timber timber it's terrain, driven right now the winds are expected to pick up later this afternoon so Cal. Edison has cut power to the area and says he will stay out for at least twelve hours about six. Hundred homes are threatened evacuations have been ordered for the southwest Idyllwild area and evac. Center has been set up at banning high school there are reports the fire was intentionally set, and someone has been detained for questioning I asked Rebecca Miller at San Bernardino national forest about that What I know right. Now it's. Still under investigation on our side the fires burning a little more than. Five years. After the mountain fire burned through the same area back to you thanks very, hot day to be. Battling a wildfire that part of our in depth team coverage from. Meteorologist Mark sibito live at. The Weather Channel Mark yeah Mike Diane really roasting out there already we've seen Woodland Hills. Out a set another, record high so far. Today they're presently sitting at. One hundred eight degrees at the feats the old record. Of one hundred seven sent back in nineteen fifty nine other, records are likely gonna fall we're not seeing them quite yet but again we still. Have got a couple more hours of heating left before we see the final tally on where some of these. High temperatures end up currently downtown it's ninety two degrees and again just absolutely roasting. Up to the north and east much like we saw yesterday Looking at, temperatures to the west and north very hot is well across the area expect to the successive heat to continue through Thursday evening won't be quite as intense. Around and finally some. Relief on, the way as we hit the rest of the week Mike back to you Thanks Mark Santa Monica police are back. At, the, beach today, they are busting people on electric. Scooters we'll have a live report.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You the national weather service says an excessive heat warning the first we've seen since two thousand eleven could be issued, this weekend in meteorologist Juan Hernandez says it's going to be pretty unbearable in many locations feet one hundred. And seventy one hundred eight degrees it. Is, possible that the the warning maybe extended that would beat the all-time record high for July in. San Antonio one hundred and six degrees back in nineteen, Eighty-nine and threatened the hottest imager ever recorded in the city one hundred eleven degrees set on September fifth two thousand child was found dead after being left in. A daycare van for hours in Houston. The band returned from a field trip around three PM but it wasn't until the child's father arrived to. Pick up his son, around six thirty PM that the workers, started to look for the boy hundred thirteen degrees they left the child on the bus there was a driver in chaperone that should have actually been able, to discover there's, a child left on. There's a three year Child and, so there was some. Gross negligence here and as a result of child losses life so far no charges have been filed at least eleven people are dead after a tourist duck, boat hearing thirty one people capsized and sank. In a southern Missouri lake after storms ripped through the area affected the table rock lake was what we call a, echo is a large complex of thunderstorms it was moving rapidly southeast producing measured severe sixty miles per hour. Greater along law path at least five. Are, still missing at least seven people have been taken to the hospital injuries are widespread in damages. Severe after multiple tornadoes slammed into several towns in central, Iowa hardest hit are Marshall down northeast demoain impel us south east of Des Moines of the city is hitting back at the fire union which is suing San. Antonio over rules that prevent them from. Gathering petition signatures at the doors of libraries city spokesman Jeff Collier says the first amendment allows for the. Regulation of political activity Every single one of our libraries has a free speech zone where people. Who are conducting political activities are, required, to be coil says the, city's policy predates the, current pushed by the union to. Change the city charter proving that they're not being targeted..

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hundred eight hundred nine today by, early next week Hundred sixteen hundred seventeen degrees in Phoenix I went? Okay all right can anybody top that let me go to death valley Death valley. Early next week hundred? Twenty one hundred twenty two degrees I walked out to my deck Yeah Just to do my back deck about four o'clock when it was. Right a hundred think is run around hundred eight. Degrees, okay and so I went out just to take care of a couple of things for two or three. Minutes And I came when I came back and I went okay it's hot but it's dry Dry I actually thought that I said it's hot but, it's, dry fact, is you really Can I did work, earlier in the day it probably was. Only at, one hundred and two. Hundred and three, and it was, still a, beat down I mean it was a break so I mean I was moving you know I. Wasn't moving fast or or just taking care of a couple of things and came in and I will say this I was in the shade under. Of under an umbrella umbrella table when I, thought that for a moment I said Hot and dry I may have to get one of those umbrella has. Ever. Seen, him yes yeah I'm thinking about that Or a riding. Lawnmower. With, an enclosed cabin airconditioning I remember I remember. Somebody had that one time so that I'm YouTube somebody actually had that someone. Actually. Had, an enclosed cab on a riding, mower yes, yeah we, know a lot of the you know on farms they love those calves now On farming, equipment all the big ones You know have AC have, radios and everything else No, one says you have to be miserable Well thank you Willis carrier For inventing. Air conditioning yes? Thank you. Where was Eric not this this is. One of my favorite? Questions where was air conditioning where did? Willis carrier invent. Air, conditioning I. Don't know Probably one of the? Least places you'd ever think needs air? Conditioning buffalo yeah Yeah For like steelmaking. Stuff it was actually done for it was supposed to be done for industrial stuff is where they actually came upon. It so that's a now we know carrier conditioning this. Carrier, yes So I own a. Couple I think we all have at some. Point in our life probably Everybody's only, carrier And so you start thinking about You start, thinking about, and we've talked about you know the great inventions people talking about. The computers and things, like that, but some of the you know, I think, earlier greater great. Inventions air, conditions one of them I mean you can. Populate. The south because of it right How, did they do. It you, know if you're living in how does anybody survive In the, eighteen fifties in Arizona Go back to the early nineteen eighties when I was a teenager at my and staying with my grandmother About two hours west of of the DFW area small town And I was able to earn a little. Extra, money. In the morning by working in a peach orchard yeah right lots of sand, and pizzas I come, home they would you didn't get to work to late you had to go out early getting it to work too late during this heat wave and it was a hundred eighteen hundred and nineteen and went on for a few days and I. Come, home. And my grandfather is he's Basically got the hose on the side of the house The old asbestos siding and and the roof of the house And he's trying to cool the house And the because the only thing we had or the only thing she had was a swamp cooler And really the house was always very very? Hot. In the summer I mean I I don't know if there was much installation in that how yeah That's the one with. The? Scorpions Okay. Yeah. You, mentioned the yesterday show yeah yeah I you think about the early pioneers and how they did, it and how Wimpy we are how how non tough we are compared to the things that they, actually had to pull out my My granddaughter's were at the. House. Yesterday, and they were like hey would you go to this place and pick up some pizza please, please please can we have pizza today and I said I'm not going anywhere we'll get it delivered Are you crazy People bursting. Into flames outside The great inventions the the modern, sewage treatment plans running water, just the, water treatment, plants sewage, plants water, treatment, plant sprite,.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Be. One hundred eight hundred nine today by early. Next week Hundred sixteen hundred seventeen degrees in Phoenix I went? Okay all right can anybody top that let me go to death valley Death valley. Early next week hundred? Twenty one hundred twenty two degrees I walked out to my deck Yeah Just to do my back deck about four o'clock when it was. Right a one hundred think is right around one hundred eight. Degrees, okay and so I went out just to take care of a couple of things for two or three. Minutes And I came when I came back and I went okay it's not but it's dry Actually thought that I said it's hot but it's dry the fact is you really can't I did work earlier in the, day and it probably it only was. Only at, one hundred and two. Hundred and three, and it was, still a, beat down I mean it was a bright so I mean I was moving you. Know I wasn't like moving fast or or just taking care of a couple of things and I came in and I will say this I was in the shade, under under an umbrella and Birla table when I thought, that, for a, moment I said Hot dry I may have to get one of those umbrella has ever. See, him, yes yeah I'm thinking. About, that Or a riding lawnmower with. An enclosed cabin airconditioning I remember I, remember somebody at one time so that on YouTube somebody actually had that someone. Actually, had. An, enclosed cab on a riding mower, yes yeah, well you know, a lot of the. You know on on, farms they love those cabs now on farming equipment all the big ones You know have AC have, radios and everything else No, one says you have to be miserable Well thank you Willis carrier Inventing. Air conditioning yes? Thank you. Where was Eric not this this is. One of my favorite? Questions where was air conditioning where did? Willis carrier invent. Air, conditioning I. Don't know Probably one of the? Least places you'd ever think needs air? Conditioning buffalo yeah For like steelmaking stuff it was actually done for it was. Supposed to, be, done for, industrial stuff is where they actually came upon it. So, yeah that's you know and now we know carrier air conditioning Willis carrier. Yes So I, own a. Couple I think we all have at some. Point in our life probably Everybody's onto, carrier And so you start thinking about You start thinking, about and, we've talked about the you know the great inventions people talk about, the computers and things, like that, but some of. The, you know, I think, earlier great great. Inventions air, conditioners one of them I mean you can. Populate. The south because of it right How, did they do. It you, know if you're living in how does anybody survive In the, eighteen fifties in Arizona Indepth I go back to the early nineteen eighties when I was a teenager at my and staying with my grandmother About two hours west of of the DFW area small town and I was able to. Earn a little extra money in the morning by working in a peach orchard right lots of sand and peaches I. Come home they would you didn't get to work to let, you had to go out early get to work too late during this heat, wave and, it was a hundred eighteen hundred and nineteen it it went on for a few days and I come home and my grandfather is he's Basically got the hose on, the side of the house The. Old Esposito's citing and and the roof of the house and he's trying to cool the house And the because the only thing we had or the only, thing she had was a swamp cooler And really I mean the the house was always very very. Hot? In. The summer I mean I I don't know if there was much insulation in that house how yeah That's the one with. The? Scorpions Okay yeah. You, mentioned. The right yesterday's show yeah yeah I you think about the early pioneers, and how they did it and how whimpy we are how how non tough we. Are. Compared. To the things that they actually. Had, to My granddaughter's, were at the house. Yesterday and they were. Making hey would you go to this place and pick up some pizza please please please can, we have pizza today and I said I'm not going anywhere we'll get it delivered Are you crazy People bursting into flames outside the, the great inventions the the modern sewage treatment. Plans running, water you know just the, water treatment plants,.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Just not that's, just not okay that's just not right when, when we, can get burned, by our You. Know we always forget about this and then happens, here later we. Remember get burned. By. Your own seat belt buckle or whatever on my gosh now up Should we anticipate a. Hot hot hot hot hot Stummer summer beyond the hot? That we, normally get may remember last year wasn't last year actually, very mild considerably I think it was do you remember that those. Are the good. Old days So we did set a record today for the, hottest not only the hottest. Day of the year so far but we also broke the record and you're, going to think oh my gosh see it's global warming effect that was a. Stupid global warming article today in. The Dallas Morning News which I refused even click. I I'm just not gonna even share that with you so. Stupid and inane but? We broke the record temperature and this was set in nineteen twenty five so guys I just I got I got to know one hundred years ago here we are going one degree over. One hundred years ago. Guys where's the global warming I I don't see it And oh gosh did, you see the Dallas zoo had dollar day today dollar day right you get. In for, dollar or whatever and. There were people that went into the zoo for. Dollar day and you know God bless you if you wanted. To go and went? Dude, are you kidding me Are you kidding me you're going, to go outside. To the zoo in one hundred eight degree, weather are you nuts I mean come on what the hell are you think yeah even Dr Phil? Agrees with me I'll, never forget. Years and years ago When we lived in Austin, and we went to six flags fiesta whatever it is in. San Antonio and it was like. One I don't know what it was ninety eight nine one zero three or something and Three fourths the day I'm like why, am I here why am I even. Here this is so stupid what are what are we doing. You can get into a ride. And you start getting burned it doesn't make. Sense Promised to. Follow up on the tips that? The media is giving us today about don't leave your kid. In the back seat We need to be told that Well we're so busy We are not doing all these things that we don't need to do or have to do that are more important. Than, our own children You know but it wouldn't it be fascinating to ask every adult who has accidentally left their kid in the backseat of a car What all with all the things they were doing when that happened if if it was worth it You know what I'm saying I. Wonder if. We asked them. Hey when you left your child you forgot your child in the, car that's terrible it was terrible Yeah When you did? That All the stuff that. You were you busy almost all of them, are, going to say yes that's why I forgot the kid in. The car is busy. We changed, the routine you know all this kind of stuff And, it'd be interesting to say well not to make fun of. Them remark them but, just ask, them was it worth it Was it worth what, were you? Doing we're working a second job, or, we both working so you could have a, bigger house or a, nicer car you know I don't know what. Were you doing that was making things so busy it was, worth it I mean you know I don't. Know if some. Some a lot of the people forget their kids in. The way to daycare Was it worth it was worth. The whole, you know, having the second job making an extra income of course we lose a lot of it today care about I'm not so sure it's worth it Eight hundred two eight eight WBZ is our number eight, hundred. To eight eight nine. Two two seven here's the safety tips always check the back. Seat of your vehicle before walking away look before..

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Rip currents is going to be the big concern right right now we talked about last evening i shared this was the la times actually los angeles times talking about all these record high temperatures that they set this past weekend and obviously it leaning towards this is all because of global warming on monday one of the veteran meteorologist in the la area said nearly every record high reported over the last few days in the area are from weather stations compromised by heat sources and heat sinks as he refers to them in my opinion he says the data from these stations is worthless yeah this is anthony watts the california based meteorologist he has a blog of course what's up with that now it's not to say it wasn't hot la temperatures in much of los angeles were in the triple digits according to the national weather service on the contrary what what claims is that artificial heat sources and sinks produce localized heat around these weather stations adding those few degrees necessary to go down as records in general we know across the board cities the big cities are warmer than the surrounding countryside areas because you've got the urban heat island effect for example downtown los angeles reported a daily record high of like one hundred eight degrees on friday he points out the weather station is on top of a parking garage surrounded by vehicles the weather station.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nearing one hundred eight degrees doctors removed his blood with a machine to cool it wasn't showing signs of bringing activity we weren't sure the first couple of days like if he was going to make it last year more than one hundred and fifty five people died here from heat related illness a new record for the phoenix area cd leaders are calling it a public health crisis and have launched a major overhaul of how the city handles extreme heat heat is kind of like a silent storm you don't see it mark hartmann is head of sustainability for phoenix he says the aim is to prepare for the same way other places do for hurricanes the cities and the running for five million dollars from bloomberg philanthropies to put its heat blueprint into action as many city see warmer temp hartman says phoenix could serve as a model our goal is to actually say to be heat ready here's all the things you need to do a comprehensive plan to do that and the danger isn't only with record high temperatures on the day joey is wail at nearly died it was one of three in average summer day with no extreme heat warning dr rebecca sunshine tracks heat desk for the maricopa county department of public health a lot of people think oh well i've lived here i'm used to it i'm acclimated to the heat and we see people who've lived here for twenty years and who hike all the time die of heat related illness the majority of deaths are outside the city is testing text alerts systems to more aggressively warn people when it may not be safe to be out even if there aren't emergency warnings the other forty percent of deaths last year occurred indoors sunshine says the victims are often women over seventy five and living alone because they're older their bodies are not as able to detect differences in temperature oftentimes they won't have their conditioning turned on or it'll be malfunctioning phoenix's looking at installing heat monitors inside the homes of elderly resonance those could notify first responders or even neighbors when the temperature reaches dangerous level another group dying in higher numbers the.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hampering efforts in southern california to battle wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death a new wind driven fire rapid last night in the hills above galina in santa barbara county burning twenty homes and threatening hundreds more which were evacuated joe merit works at an evacuation center in galena a little bit apprehensive i think some people are coming in and shock because you know we just got over the last round of the thomas fire and people are hoping that life will get back to normal and so here we are again many people only had just a few minutes to be gathering their things and evacuating the national weather service downtown la hit one hundred eight degrees yesterday smashing the previous record of ninety four and nineteen ninetytwo in japan at least eight people have been killed more than fifty or missing heavy rain continues to batter the southwest of the country officials are working to control flooding several dams ireland mulling a constitutional change to clarify that a woman's place is not necessarily in the home government announcing plans for a referendum later this year on deleting touch of the country's constitution which ministers described as out stated it says that a woman's life within the home gives the state's indispensable supports and at the state should help put in a void having to go out to a money to the detriment of that ut's in the home under irish law any amendment to the constitution must be put to a public vote in recent years referendums have led the country to legalize abortion and same sex marriage in london simon ellen folks news a memorial service is being held for a reporter who was.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Council blistering heat hampering efforts in southern california battle wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death a new wind driven fire erupted last night in the hills above galina in santa barbara county burning twenty homes and threatening hundreds more which were evacuated joe merit works at an evacuation center in galena a little bit apprehensive i think some people are coming in and shock because you know we just got over the last round of the thomas fire and people are hoping that life will get back to normal and so here we are again many people only had just a few minutes to be gathering their things and the vacuuming national weather service's downtown la had one hundred eight degrees yesterday smashing the previous record of ninety four and nineteen ninetytwo in japan at least eight people been killed more than fifty or missing is heavy rain continues to batter the southwest of the country officials are working to control flooding several dams ireland mulling a constitutional change to clarify that a woman's place is not necessarily in the home islands government announcing plans for a referendum later this year on deleting parts of the country's constitution which ministers described as outdated it says that a woman's life within the home gives the state indispensable supports and at the state should help in avoid having to go out to add money to the detriment of that duties in the home under irish law any amendment to the constitution must be put to a public vote in recent years referendums have led the country to legalize abortion and same sex marriage in london simon owen fox.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ad council blistering heat hampering efforts in southern california tomato wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death a new wind driven fire erupted last night in the hills above galina in santa barbara county burning twenty homes and threatening hundreds more which were evacuated joe merit works at an evacuation center in galena there's a little bit apprehensive i think some people are coming in and shock because you know we just got over the last round of the thomas fire and people are hoping that life will get back to normal and so here we are again many people only had just a few minutes to be gathering their things and evacuating national weather service's downtown la hit one hundred eight degrees yesterday smashing the previous record of ninety four and nineteen ninetytwo in japan at least eight people have been killed more than fifty or missing is heavy rain continues to batter the southwest of the country officials are working to control flooding several dams ireland mulling a constitutional change to clarify that a woman's place is not necessarily in the hall mileage government announcing plans for a referendum later this year on deleting taunted the country's constitution which ministers described as out stated it says that a woman's life within the home gives the state indispensable supports and that the state should help avoid having to go out to add money to the detriment of that ut's in the home under irish law any amendment to the constitution must be put to a public vote in recent years referendums have led the country to legalize abortion and same sex marriage in london sunday la folks news a memorial service is being held for a reporter who was one of five maryland newspaper employees killed in a shooting last week the service.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The traffic leader kcbs kcbs six day forecast calling for sunny skies with hot temperatures throughout the afternoon today highs today getting into the sixties and seventies at the beaches eighties by the bay and into the mid eighties to upper nineties inland a heat advisory goes into effect just about ten minutes from now and will remain in effect until nine o'clock tonight a beach hazard statement is in effect until three o'clock this afternoon with dangerous waves and surf and a risk of rip currents and sneaker waves from marine to santa cruz mostly clear and breezy tonight with lows in the fifties we'll get a little bit of morning overcast tomorrow just at the coast and along the peninsula highs tomorrow afternoon in the upper sixties to mid nineties under sunny skies monday through thursday all look mostly sunny after a little bit of morning overcast highs those days from the upper sixties into the mid eighties we've got traffic and weather together on the eighth on only use one six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time nine fifty joe rod jessica rather joe rogers are at the kcbs editor's desk well the higher the temperature gets the lower our economic productivity goes we get that story from charles feldman with our all news sister station knx in los angeles hot weather is more than just an annoyance one stanford uc berkeley study concludes it can hurt our economy we see the entire performance of economies go down in years in which you get really hot temperatures stanford assistant professor of earth system science marshall burke at only are individuals affected we see entire connie's negatively affected by how temperatures another study from ucla says that hotter temperatures bring down the birth rate by having a negative effect on male fertility charles feldman kcbs and heat wave in southern california is setting new records downtown la exceeded its nineteen ninetytwo record clocking in at one hundred eight degrees yesterday woodland hills recorded a high of one hundred seventeen smashing a record that was set in nineteen seventy six other records were set in burbank long beach camarillo oxnard hard and throughout san diego county this high pressure locking in all that heat is expected to stick around throughout the weekend kcbs news time nine fifty two it's time now for start eight sponsored by the morrison planetarium at the california academy of sciences start eight july six with the sun beating down on the northern hemisphere it's hard to realize that we're farthest from the sun for the entire year today we're about a million and a half miles farther than the average distance of ninety three million miles that distance forms one of the basic yardsticks for all of us ronnie it's called the au the astronaut michael unit instead of expressing distances within the solar system in miles or colomiers astronomers use the a you so earth is one a you from the sun mars is about one and a half mighty jupiter is more than five and pluto averages almost forty eight you determining the length of the astronaut michael unit took a lot of work some of the earliest estimates were made using the size of earth shadow during a lunar eclipse the angle between the sun and moon in the sky or the length of shadows cast at different locations at the same moment these measure were so hard to get right though that estimates were off by tens of millions of miles starting in the sixteen hundreds astronomers used transits of venus across the face of the sun recording the time and angle of transit from different places on earth made it possible to calculate the sun's distance but that was tough to do as well so the measurements still weren't quite right it wasn't until the twentieth century using radar and signals from spacecraft that astronomers finally zeroed in on the true length of the agu the yardstick of the solar system and you can find much more about the solar system in stargate eight magazine subscription information at start eight dot org i'm.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Several new commemorative stamps good morning i'm melissa colorado and john bristow kcbs news time eight thirty one cbs news update many hours of productive conversations these are complicated issues but we made progress on almost all of the central issues that secretary of state mike pompeo describing the two day talks with these north korean counterpart on denuclearizing the korean peninsula but the north isn't seeing the meeting the way pompeii oh did calling the talks regrettable and really disappointing cbs is don kirk reports from saw north korean central news agency has come out with the state attributed to the foreign ministry saying we expected that you would offer constructive measures to help build trust based on the spirit of the leader summit there's been no official response from the state department to the north korean statement on the talks so now what north korea expert gordon chang says the us needs to know in to hold them know in two fold them this is a time for president trump to say that this is unacceptable and walk away from the talks cbs news update i'm bill rakoff kcbs news time eight thirty two where we've had our share of warm or hot temperatures here in the bay area but check this out the warm temperatures here this weekend are nothing compared to southern california where thirteen cities have set new temperature records it was one hundred eight degrees in downtown la yesterday the previous record ninety four set in one thousand nine hundred two now woodland hills broke a record set back in nineteen seventy six with a high of one hundred seventeen yesterday there were several other new records in burbank long beach camarillo oxnard in various cities in the san diego area the hot weather is expected to persist throughout the weekend well not hot weather across california could have a long term impact in ways we can't imagine yet we get more from charles feldman with our sister station knx in los angeles negatives have changing climate and recordbreaking temps are profound from people being less productive at work to children doing more poorly on tests and a stanford uc berkeley study says escaping into air conditioning well it's not enough people don't have air conditioning at home people still need to go outside they actually heat up pretty quickly when they're outside people don't necessarily have air conditioning at work marshall burke is an assistant professor of earth system science at stanford technology like air conditioning camp fully insulated from the effects of these really high temperatures to study also finds that hotter weather brings out the worst in us we tend to be more violent than when it is cooler charles feldman kcbs camp made her near yosemite is being closed down for cleaning after a gastrointestinal virus swept through the campers and staff kcbs megan gold view that story the family camp is being shut down for a week after campers and staff have been getting sick according to the san francisco recreation and parks can't may their website the onus began earlier this week and several group activities have had to be cancelled because of six staff now the department has decided that in order to fully sanitize the camp they need to close it for the full week it's a big disappointment to families who plan to visit for the session beginning this sunday reckon park says those visitors will get first pick of timing and cabin next year and we'll have to participate in the usual lottery to get a cabin they've also been refunded all of their money but for this year they're out of luck they can't be scheduled to reopen after the cleaning on july fifteenth making gold speak kcbs kcbs news time eight thirty four it is time now for dave ross no more poverty this is dave ross on the cbs news radio network.

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Temperature hits 108 in downtown Los Angeles

Programming

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Temperature hits 108 in downtown Los Angeles

"In less than ten minutes wcbs forecast here's meteorologist bill deger high pressure reads plenty of sunshine ahead for today we'll be a beautiful saturday out there with low humidity the high seventy nine and clear a comfortable lows about sixty five tonight fifties in many suburbs little warmer as we had the weekend tomorrow with more sun up to eighty two on the warm side monday as well sunshine at eighty seven i'm meteorologist bill deger in the wcbs weather center sunshine in central park sixty five degrees sixty nine in touch in sixty seven in linden her steadily cbs news time nine forty southern california is baking under a record breaking heat wave the temperature in los angeles is expected to top one hundred again today kcbs tv's jeff win reports on how some people are coping dora took it nice and slow in the heat by enjoying his dinner on his front porch because his home was built in the eighteen ninety s and i'm on the park because it's nice out here i mean it's hotter in the house which is why his grandkids decided to take advantage of the sprinklers it was refreshing but not so refreshing for mike and solace who is visiting from texas may come from he is humira here's more dry but today is is crazy the national weather service says downtown los angeles hit one hundred eight degrees yesterday breaking the previous record of ninety four that was set in nineteen ninetytwo hurricane barrel is threatening islands in the caribbean that suffered big hits from hurricane maria last year puerto rico has declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm jack bevan is a senior hurricane specialist at the national hurricane center what the impact from puerto rico would be at this time the current forecast track has a system going south of puerto rico it is more of an issue for some of the islands the lisera antilles at the present time barrel is the first hurricane of the two thousand eighteen atlantic hurricane season how many.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The managerial change that got your price out of town as tyler mainly gets the victory for the cubs in that game mike montgomery the loss for the cubs in that one and rice l iglesias gets the save in that game for cincinnati bryant price jim price before jim riggleman replaced brian price as the reds win today at wrigley field three two two in arizona tonight the padres at the diamondbacks no score that games in the third inning arizona has the third best record of the national league since may twenty eighth only the dodgers and cubs are better as the diamondbacks have zach pitching tonight against joey lucchessi dodgers and angels the freeway series in southern california a series of the angels have actually held over the dodgers especially of late the angels have won six of their last nine against the dodgers dating back to two thousand five the angels have a forty two twentynine edge over the dodgers in that series kent facing felix pain yet tonight as they are getting going in anaheim game time temperature one hundred eight degrees at angel stadium the warmest first pitch temperature in angel stadium history as the angels dodgers scoreless in the first inning saint louis at san francisco no score in the first cardinals getting pulled the young back he's been out since midmay with a fractured left hand cardinals have won six of their last seven games in san francisco as former mets prospect john gant starts against derek rodriguez the son of baseball hall of famer yvonne rodriguez in the american league yankees lose the toronto six to two about this the yankees have twenty nine losses this season ten of them in game started by sonny gray that's thirty five percent of their losses started by one man is sonny grace struggled again five runs in the second scored by toronto justin smoak a three run homer gave the blue jays the lead aaron hicks at a solo shot for the yankees but it wasn't enough job jeanie gets the victory in relief over sunny gray tonight as the yankees fall at rogers centre it looks like the yankees will lose the game in the standings the red sox preparing to be the first major league team to reach sixty victories they'll have a two game lead in the al over the yankees if they win tonight and it looks like they will they're big on the royals eight to two that games in the bottom of the seventh chris sale struck out twelve in six innings of work buki bats leadoff off home run for the red sox is twenty second of this year his one hundredth career home run he joins ted williams jim rice and tony kinetically ro as the only red sox at one hundred career homers before their twenty six birthdays jd martinez and zander bogart's also went deep red sox hammered jason hammel was a twelve twenty two era over his last four starts detroit beat texas three to one complete game loss for bartolo cologne jordan zimmerman got the win for the tigers in that game he allowed a leadoff homer does shinsu chew and that would be the only ranger run in that game cologne the oldest american league pitcher to toss a complete game since nolan ryan in nineteen ninetytwo allowed home runs to james mccann and jacoby jones mccain became the three hundredth player that has hit a homerun off of bartolo cologne jamie moyer is the only other pitcher to give up a home run to at least three hundred different players that milestone was reached tonight at comerica park the oakland a's trailing at cleveland ten to four the as have won fourteen of their last seventeen they were bidding to get the ten games above five hundred for.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Just so you know you can listen at home by killing alexa play t on iheartradio yeah enjoy the stimulation twenty five you know i don't talk during the brand and now i don't know what it's going to sound like that give the scissor over there open this honey would you call me honey i like the way you talk to me deal with johnny yesteryear thank you one hundred eight degrees today which sounds lovely doesn't it sounds great it'd be good for your throat they need a humidifier in my room i think is what it is now to dry possibly and that's what i think jacket on my throat i think it's just too damn dry wrenches too damn high anyway this is scarf around your neck shook it in water shut up what work shut up you know what is part of me that anyway so videos on my page dot com rela gra halbe calling for the bryce to be abolished and then confusing the cnn anchor who say he's because he said abolish audited she like you know those are two different things right is pretty funny so that's there as well the video of a sixteen year old getting attacked at a water burger because he's wearing a makeamericagreatagain hat and we'll get to that did you finish editing nothing or no no we gotta do that in the next hour because we have examples besides that one of people losing their minds at people that support trump right simple as that we'll get to that stuff now there's a story in the local paper about how supervisor dick elias pima county his name is richard but again i have to stress this we only have four hours so take up way too much time for me to call him richard so i call him dick for short so he's supervisor dick ilias dick elias and sharon the driver bronze and and what do we call the driver because was it last year the monsoon it was right across the street from this radio station is she drove a county vehicle off a side road into a giant wall of water ruining it and there was no like there is no drug test no breathalyzer so either she's the worst driver ever and she was sober or they just chose to not really want to do anything because they're all buddy buddy here right is anyway these two supervisors want ice kicked out a pima county jails crazy they are they want is kicked out of our jails we've had sheriff napier on the show a bunch of times where he's talking about i there's no problem they stay in a room when they want somebody we go simple as that make it easier for us in the story and can you get the classic quotes from supervisor dick wasn't talking about the racist ones is this your supervisor dick elias is adamant that he wants ice out of the county jail quote we want them out of here i want them out of there and i know that i'm not the only one now is that not ironic because if you sit back and say i want illegal aliens out of here he would you know yeah he'd call you a racist i want legal elliot's out here he fights to keep legal aliens here we're very welcoming member he was one of the supervisors voted to see that pima county is a welcoming county why pima county not welcoming in his mind to ice agents why is he such a well you hate yates law and order he hates police he hates law enforcement let's put it that way because that's what is is i'd love somebody asked him if if he knows what ice actually does i want them outta here i know i'm not the only one yeah sharon the driver also wants him out apparently couple of weeks ago at a supervisor's meeting some activists showed up said get rid ice kick them out of the jails dick leah's the county is enough trouble just keeping things running without dealing with immigration issues you can't i'll tell you what buddy when you start chiming in about immigration you let the feds handle at when you start chiming in a immigration you could do that when the road and the roads are paved.

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Video shows first look at soccer team trapped in cave for 9 days

Jeff Katz

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Video shows first look at soccer team trapped in cave for 9 days

"About the fate of a boy soccer team and coach lost a system of caves for ten days abc's james longman is at the scene in thailand tomorrow the price of getting them out we'll begin quickly in the next couple of days massive torrential rain is forecast we are in the wet season is what originally caused the group to get stuck in the first place rescue teams have gotta move to get them out that rain hits a heated visor is in effect until eight tonight with a heat index of between one hundred four and one hundred eight degrees we will turn ever so slightly cooler tomorrow still very hot day but probably about three degrees or so cooler for the high temperature about ninety or and then we go into the day one day for the fourth of july looking a little bit cooler still about ninety one which is still hot but that's perfectly normal perfectly average or the fourth of july and bc twelve dot com ross runner expects a cold front saturday that will drop temperatures into the mid eighties movie mogul harvey weinstein's stein facing a new serious sexual crime charge abc's aaron katersky with more the new charge of predatory sexual assault indicates prosecutors in the district attorney's office believe harvey.

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"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eight degrees" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Rachel was talking about this earlier on our air tonight phil rucker talked about earlier are also trump instruction wants this fight everything about this right now so far they have enjoyed they like the liberal outrage they like the mainstream outrage they like this is a fight that they are courting and we've seen reporting about it the new york times and elsewhere this is an issue that trump wants to run on this is an issue that i think he's wrong about the politics and i'll say why in a second but they are enjoying this this is not a moment of tension in the white house is not a moment of on ease does not conflict not a more the presence sitting around i think in a state of found ambivalence about what's going on these are the politics that he wants right now i think that the pictures were about to see when those the pictures they've already been devastating for the administration i think when we see these tender age shelters as they're calling them babies in toddlers in in similar kinds of silla we've seen already the pictures they have been explicitly hiding from us for days those pictures are going to be horrible you're right that republicans did not confront him in that meeting but we're now seeing republican senators sending the president letters and putting this on his doorstep we're now seeing republican governors saying they will not send or pulling back national guard from the border and finally i think that we saw stephen miller today in the new york times saying this is a ninety ten issue for the president if you define this as secure borders versus insecure borders and open borders it's a ninety ten issue the presence on the right side the way this issue is unfolding is not like that right now it's not close to a ninety ten issue because this is not a discussion about secure borders anymore this is this question about about child abuse and the foot the combination of the photographs and the fact that his party is for the first time i believe really starting in kind of a significant way to turn against him maybe not as loudly as we would like them in some cases or to his face but at least we're seeing republican senators and governors said a second ago the trump the amen chorus that the party has become for him is really nervous about this right now and i think that what we're what they are going to discover is that this is not a ninety ten issue for them at all in fact that they are on the wrong side of this issue politically and they are miss playing this horribly in addition to being grotesque in the kind of morals and decency department phil rucker hundred eight degrees in texas the safter noon you just saw the perhaps the pictures of the tents that have been airing all evening what some have tried to dub already trump villes in the in the under the banner of the hoover villes of different era in our country but this is among the places where children are being housed we hasten to add that government is rushing to point out that they have enormous air conditioning units to feeding fresh air to all of those tents but that's their existence phil i'm gonna ask you to prognosticate a little bit and that is where are we heading and why are we hearing talk of a government shutdown of all things in september of this year perhaps well to speak to the government shutdown threat that's threat that president trump has made repeatedly and is making now privately that if he does not get the funding that.

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