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Lots of sports options on Black Friday

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 8 hrs ago

Lots of sports options on Black Friday

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam, World Cup soccer, the U.S. held England to a scoreless draw in their second match of the opening round. But the Americans now must be to ran on Tuesday in order to avoid elimination and advance to the knockout round. The NBA feasted on 14 games of the day after Thanksgiving, the Celtics and bucks want to remain atop the Eastern Conference standings while the sons and nuggets did the same out west. 13 NHL games led by the bruins setting a league record by becoming the first team to win his first 12 home games after three two overtime win over the hurricanes. Plenty of college football action on Black Friday and the only game matching two ranked teams tulane edge Cincinnati 27 24, Florida state UCLA and Texas also posted wins. Band aid for North Carolina as the 17th ranked tar heels football team lost to NC state and the top ranked UNC basketball team was defeated by Iowa state. Defending champion Kansas had its 17 game winning streak snapped by 22nd ranked Tennessee. Time Arian AP sports

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Fresh update on "hurricane" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hurricane" discussed on AP News Radio

" AP sports I'm Tom Miriam, World Cup soccer, the U.S. held England to a scoreless draw in their second match of the opening round. But the Americans now must be to ran on Tuesday in order to avoid elimination and advance to the knockout round. The NBA feasted on 14 games of the day after Thanksgiving, the Celtics and bucks want to remain atop the Eastern Conference standings while the sons and nuggets did the same out west. 13 NHL games led by the bruins setting a league record by becoming the first team to win his first 12 home games after three two overtime win over the hurricanes. Plenty of college football action on Black Friday and the only game matching two ranked teams tulane edge Cincinnati 27 24, Florida state UCLA and Texas also posted wins. Band aid for North Carolina as the 17th ranked tar heels football team lost to NC state and the top ranked UNC basketball team was defeated by Iowa state. Defending champion Kansas had its 17 game winning streak snapped by 22nd ranked Tennessee. Time Arian AP sports

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Packed Black Friday sports schedule

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 8 hrs ago

Packed Black Friday sports schedule

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam. On Black Friday, the NBA and NHL were as busy as the shopping malls. 14 NBA games and 13 on the ice were played the day after both leagues were off for Thanksgiving. The Celtics added to their league leading record by beating searching Sacramento as Jason Tatum scored 30 with help from the Boston bench. I think when we might have been down for the end of the half of ten, he knows because of those guys came in and just changed the momentum. The bucks kept pace by beating the Cavaliers thanks largely to a 35, ten third quarter in which Bobby port has played a key role. Felt good for us overall as a basketball team, because it felt like we was playing books, basketball, for a chance. Victories also for the Lakers heat suns, warriors, nuggets, grizzly sixers pacers, rockets, thunder hornets, and the trailblazers in overtime over the Knicks. NHL, the bruins became the first team to win its first 12 home games in the season, as they beat the hurricanes three to two in overtime on David pasternak's gold. Big win for us, obviously, and coming from behind, you know, after Thanksgiving, the game is never easy, so it's good with. The devil's after having their 13 game win streak snap bounced back with a three one win in Buffalo. Other winners, the capitals penguins islanders red wings, Maple Leafs Canadians kraken jets, senators kings and lightning, with Braden points scoring too early goals. I think both teams were into it right away. It was nice to get a couple goals for us early. Pretty good jump on the game. I thought it was a fun game. World Cup soccer, the United States finished in a scoreless tie with England as coach Greg berhalter's young team had the better scoring chances. Overall, pleased with the performance of the group, most importantly, the belief of the group, because that never wavered. The U.S. now must be to ran on Tuesday to advance to the knockout round. Plenty of college action on Black Friday, football winners included four ranked teams tulane, Florida state UCLA and Texas, and basketball top ranked North Carolina lost a wire with state. Tom Arian AP sports.

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Fresh "Hurricane" from Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:43 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Hurricane" from Stephanie Miller

"These bigger issues that don't people don't grasp if they're not political nerds, even climate change can be hard for people to grasp until you say, well, see that hurricane that just destroyed these towns, you know, we need infrastructure to plan for climate change, it's not just about stopping it, but it's about, okay, if it is here, how do we recover each and every time? I think the more we talk to people about how it affects them personally. Because at the end of the day, everyone's a saint and they don't think globally and about other people, but again, each issue we're dealing with does there's a way in to talk to people about how it affects them. And how your mom has even seen perfect storm, hasn't she? I mean, isn't there something in there about a perfect storm with Josh Clooney filmed in glass to Jennifer Boston is a big town for movies as big as Hollywood these days. And she even she knows a nor'easter or in November is nothing to joke about or something from that movie, right? It's a narita Jennifer. There was the blizzard of 74 when you were just a baby. Oh, you were so cute and you little, you little hat. Just wind her up on the ground with her mom. She's easier. Speaking of climate change, it's 75° today in New York City on November 7th. It's not great. Yeah, okay, nothing more to see here. I'm also have we mentioned how completely and totally awful all the Republican candidates are. I believe I'm hoping this is our last time ever. Version of what the hell hurts. Yeah. This may be our last ever what the heck? There'll be more tomorrow. He's still talking. Well, I'm hopefully he will not be will be former. Shut up. Okay. He will not be senator heading to rehearsal. He will be former Senate candidate. Okay. Would you like to, okay, here we go. Ready? Jen, here. Would you like to play? Okay. The biggest threat to democracy is to have seen the one eye out there, they have singing whatnot, voting to put men and women's sports, that's the biggest threat to democracy because we get a chance to vote

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Bruins set NHL record: 12 straight home wins to start season

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 16 hrs ago

Bruins set NHL record: 12 straight home wins to start season

"David pasternak scored the game winner for Boston with one 41 left in overtime as the bruins came from behind and defeated the Carolina hurricanes three two to remain undefeated at TD garden. Carolina started the scoring with two in the first, the second by just Perry Cote Kenneth, Boston scoring did not start until 30 seconds remaining in the second, when David krejci scored the first of his two goals. His second goal tied it with 9 33 left. It was initially ruled interference, but was overturned by a coach's challenge, with the win, the bruins said in NHL record with 12 straight wins at home to start a season. Great kedes, Boston

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Fresh update on "hurricane" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hurricane" discussed on AP News Radio

" David pasternak scored the game winner for Boston with one 41 left in overtime as the bruins came from behind and defeated the Carolina hurricanes three two to remain undefeated at TD garden. Carolina started the scoring with two in the first, the second by just Perry Cote Kenneth, Boston scoring did not start until 30 seconds remaining in the second, when David krejci scored the first of his two goals. His second goal tied it with 9 33 left. It was initially ruled interference, but was overturned by a coach's challenge, with the win, the bruins said in NHL record with 12 straight wins at home to start a season. Great kedes, Boston

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Vejmelka logs shutout as Coyotes beat Hurricanes 4-0

AP News Radio

00:20 sec | 2 d ago

Vejmelka logs shutout as Coyotes beat Hurricanes 4-0

"Made 36 days as the Arizona coyotes blank the Carolina hurricanes for nothing. Despite being outshot 14 one in the first period, Arizona found themselves ahead on the scoreboard one zero after a goal by Nick schmaltz. The coyotes added three more goals in the third period, including two by loss and Krause to seal the win. Dennis Cox, Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Lehkonen's OT goal lifts Avalanche past Hurricanes 3-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Lehkonen's OT goal lifts Avalanche past Hurricanes 3-2

"The avalanche pulled out a three two win over the hurricanes on a goal by arturi lechon in one 55 into overtime The abs wasted a pair of leads and one despite being outshot 48 15 Pavel Franco kept Colorado in the game with 46 saves Evan Rodriguez and Alex newhook also scored in the abs 5th victory in 6 games Martinez tied the game midway through the third period and assisted on Sebastian aho's goal but Carolina fell for the fourth time in 6 games The gains were zero for four on the power play I'm Dave fairy

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Ana Navarro: Ron DeSantis 'Gamed the System' to Win Re-Election

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Ana Navarro: Ron DeSantis 'Gamed the System' to Win Re-Election

"She's a far left conservative and Republican hating, troll. I mean, she's listening to what she said about Ron DeSantis. Now, no one should or can take away from Ron DeSantis's decisive victory. In Florida this week, 20 points was a remarkable, remarkable thing to see. Listen to Anna Navarro on CNN claiming why Ron DeSantis won so decisively. Now keep this in mind to William's point. If you think they're going to be any kinder or less a vicious with Ron DeSantis, then they've been with Donald Trump think again. I give you un Navarro from CNN. On mayor from Tallahassee, Florida. Yesterday, he won by 20 percentage points. Why? Because he gained the system because he turned Florida into an unlevel playing field. They changed the election laws, making it harder to vote by mail. They paraded a bunch of people. Black people that they arrested for voting fraud and paraded them in front of national media. He created an election police. He also was very good in responding to hurricanes and other tragedies. Almost apologetically. He also was very good at responding to hurricanes and other tragedies. Oh yeah, we're sorry he was so effective right on a Navarro. What a terrible thing. And paraded black people around. No, they arrested people for election fraud. That's what you do. You big dummy. Oh, but they paraded people around. He gamed the system. I mean, this is what they're going to do to desantis. This is who they are.

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Tropical Depression Nicole moves through Georgia

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Depression Nicole moves through Georgia

"Nicole is now a tropical depression The storm is moving through Georgia this morning a day after causing havoc in Florida That's where it touched down Thursday as a hurricane and then a tropical storm The national hurricane center says Nicole could dump as much as 6 inches of rain over the blue ridge mountains today and urban flooding is possible as the storm moves into the eastern Ohio valley mid Atlantic and New England through Saturday and Florida most of the damage is along the east coast and the Daytona Beach area Nicole has caused at least two deaths and sent homes along Florida's coast toppling into the Atlantic Ocean I'm Donna water

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Svechnikov's hat trick carries Hurricanes past Oilers 7-2

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Svechnikov's hat trick carries Hurricanes past Oilers 7-2

"Andre svechnikov had a hat trick in the hurricane stopped a two game skid by hammering the oiler 7 to two Svechnikov scored once in each period giving him a team high 11 goals already this season His second period goal was the game winner as Carolina picked up its 5th victory in 7 games Jordan Martina congest for foster each had a goal and an assist for the canes Connor McDavid netted his 15th goal of the season and had an assist for Edmonton I'm Jane ferry

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Mike Lindell: 'The Machines Gotta Go!'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Lindell: 'The Machines Gotta Go!'

"Welcome back talking to Mike lyndell, Mike. I always am trying to get the big picture. You have hope for this country. You believe that we are able to get to the bottom of this stuff. It's taking longer than we thought there was a lot of election fraud that went on. The mainstream media, Fox, they refused to acknowledge any of this. Do you see any progress being made there? I mean, as president Trump talking about this, the progress, this is the miracle that happened when all the machines went bonkers in the morning of the election. Tucker had Carrie Lake on twice last night talking about the machine. Tucker went even today as last night, and I think the media is quoted him today, you know, the machine's got to go. I don't know if he's said that outright, but I believe he has. I didn't actually watch the show, but everybody's going, why would you want these machines? I don't care what party you're in. I'm talking about the people now. I'm talking about the people, Eric. You know, I was in California. And I'm going to tell you this part. You asked me about the future. I was in California. I mean, California then I went to Florida to give away pillows and blankets to the last hurricane victims, right? We were in a neighborhood. It was all Hispanic. Everything lost everything physical. Piles of stuff were praying with them with samaritans first. And there can we had interpreters in some of these areas. Almost all of them. They didn't say, you know, thanks for the pillow and stuff, you know, they did say that, but I mean, that wasn't the focus. It was, hey, is there is our country? Is there hope for our country? They all knew me from all the stuff going on. They're going, they were worried about their freedoms, Eric, more than and they had just lost all their possessions. They know they can get that physical stuff back. The other stuff when their country's gone and their freedom's gone, it's over.

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Nicole weakens to tropical storm over east-central Florida

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nicole weakens to tropical storm over east-central Florida

"Nicole is now a tropical storm as it batters parts of Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says Nicole's winds have come down a bit but it still a large storm That large wind field is to still producing storm surge problems along portions of the east coast of Florida up into Georgia and South Carolina And then even later today we'll see some storm surge flooding in the apalachee Bay Area of Florida Berg says Nicole is expected to continue moving across Central Florida possibly emerge over the far northeastern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon and they move across the Florida Panhandle and Georgia tonight into Friday I'm Donna water

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Nicole makes landfall in Florida as Category 1 hurricane, weakens to tropical storm

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nicole makes landfall in Florida as Category 1 hurricane, weakens to tropical storm

"Tropical storm Nicole continues producing dangerous winds and damaging storm surge for Central Florida hours after the storm made landfall as a hurricane early this morning The Rain winds and storm surge were pounding captured by Josh Reinhart at port canaveral around 80 miles north of where then hurricane Nicole made landfall About an hour north of there a number of pricey oceanfront homes crumbled into the sea In flagler beach After candles and the generator ready to go Residents braced for more power outages and flooding while beachfront shop owners like Lori Brennan realized it could take days before highway a one a is possible again It's not just the

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Sprawling Tropical Storm Nicole drenching Florida, Georgia

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Sprawling Tropical Storm Nicole drenching Florida, Georgia

"Tropical storm Nicole continues producing dangerous winds and damaging storm surge for Central Florida hours after the storm made landfall as a hurricane early this morning The Rain winds and storm surge were pounding captured by Josh Reinhart at port canaveral around 80 miles north of where then hurricane Nicole made landfall About an hour north of there a number of pricey oceanfront homes crumbled into the sea In flagler beach After candles and the generator ready to go Residents braced for more power outages and flooding while beachfront shop owners like Lori Brennan realized it could take days before highway a one a is possible again It's not just the storm it's actually a full moon and king tide so there's other factors that's going to make the water levels rise Audio courtesy of wjxt TV Tropical storm warnings are posted from Central Florida into the Carolinas I'm Jackie Quinn

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1 dead, more than a dozen sick from outbreak tied to deli meat

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

1 dead, more than a dozen sick from outbreak tied to deli meat

"Nicole is now a tropical storm as it batters parts of Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says Nicole's winds have come down a bit but it still a large storm That large wind field is to still producing storm surge problems along portions of the east coast of Florida up into Georgia and South Carolina And then even later today we'll see some storm surge flooding in the apalachee Bay Area of Florida Berg says Nicole is expected to continue moving across Central Florida possibly emerge over the far northeastern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon and they move across the Florida Panhandle and Georgia tonight into Friday I'm Donna water

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Knight's 3rd career shutout lifts Panthers past Hurricanes

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Knight's 3rd career shutout lifts Panthers past Hurricanes

"Spencer knight led the Panthers to a three zero win over the hurricanes Night turned back 40 shots in his first shot out of the season and third of his career I try not to look at the how many goals they get up I think it's overrated Sometimes getting shout outs I think it's just finding a way to win He helped Florida kill off Carolina's three power plays and improved to 5 O at home this season Nick cousins opened the scoring 9 21 into the game Alexander barkov made it two zero with a power play goal midway through the third period Minutes before Sam Bennett scored into an empty net Anti Ron to stop 34 shots as the canes dropped their second straight since a four game winning streak I'm Dave ferry

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Hurricane Nicole forms; Florida awaits rare November storm

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hurricane Nicole forms; Florida awaits rare November storm

"A rare November hurricane will make landfall overnight along Florida's east coast The last November hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. was Kate 37 years ago Hurricane Nicole has top sustained winds of 75 mph as it rolls towards floor disease coast Storm surge beat erosion has already wrecked dozens of homes and buildings Brad Reinhart with the national hurricane center says the surge runs some 370 miles along the coast into southeast Georgia From north Palm Beach to altamaha sound Georgia We're calling for peak storm surge values of three to 5 feet Disney World and universal Orlando closed early Wednesday Airports including Orlando international have closed as much as a half foot of rain from the system could fall along the blue ridge I'm Tim McGuire

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NASA launch of moon rocket delayed again by tropical weather

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

NASA launch of moon rocket delayed again by tropical weather

"The hurricane forecast for Florida forces NASA to delay its moon rocket launch again NASA was aiming for an Artemis launch from the Kennedy Space Center Monday But now says it's pushing that back to Wednesday at the earliest because of Nicole threatening to hit Florida's east coast around midnight as a hurricane Evacuations are underway in the national hurricane center's John angelos says warnings are in effect from Boca Raton to a round Daytona Beach Strong tropical storm category one hurricanes expected to be the landfall intensity and up there near the cape canaveral area the hurricane conditions are possible Fuel leaks have kept the rocket grounded since August then hurricane Ian forced it back to the hangar It's now back on the launch pad NASA said the rocket is designed to withstand heavy rains and high wind I'm Julie Walker

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Hurricane Nicole Nears Florida Coast, Impacting Dan Bongino

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Hurricane Nicole Nears Florida Coast, Impacting Dan Bongino

"Listen a little bit of bad news before we start the show here I am in the middle of a going through a pretty nasty kind of frontal hit from this hurricane here hasn't made hasn't made landfall yet It's not going to it's a 1 o'clock tonight but the wind gusts are pretty bad and king tide down here in Florida was about 1130 just about a half an hour ago Eastern Time So I said producer Jim a video of my backyard which was a nice video right Jim Jim's like yeah Jim's like backyards usually have grass My backyard is a pool Right now so we'll be all right It's not a huge deal You know it's just a property and stuff And you know you choose to live in these types of areas and stuff happens It's my responsibility sort of snowflake thing but I say that because if we have any issues with the show I don't want you to think anything happened to me we'll be okay I'm hoping that the generator here stays in the studio above the water line It looks like the water has been receding down here And so you can probably sense my hesitation I'm a little worried that we may lose and not lose the show and I don't want to do that So I think we'll be okay

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Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

"Tropical storm Nicole bears down on The Bahamas forecast to become a hurricane as it heads to Florida Evacuation orders in effect on Florida's east coast from Palm Beach to Daytona Beach including Mar-a-Lago and Kennedy Space Center which is delaying the moon rocket launch The national hurricane center's Daniel Brown We're not expecting this to get the much stronger than category one hurricane But because the system is so large really almost the entire east coast of Florida except the extreme southeast part and the keys is going to receive tropical storm force winds over the next 12 to 24 hours He says Nicole's winds are already 70 mph and increasing rainfall from three to 5 feet is forecast also life threatening storm surge with the storm surge amounts as high as three to 5 feet I'm Julie Walker

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"hurricane" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

07:03 min | 2 months ago

"hurricane" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Coming up on 5 minute news. Hundreds trapped as hurricane Ian heads for South Carolina. Ginny Thomas reiterates false election claims for January 6th committee. And army doctor and spouse indicted for leaking medical data to Russia. Its Friday September 30. I'm Anthony Davis. Rescue crews piloted boats and waded through inundated streets on Thursday to save thousands of floridians trapped amid flooded homes and shattered buildings left by hurricane Ian, which crossed into the Atlantic Ocean and churned towards South Carolina. Hours after weakening to a tropical storm while crossing the Florida Peninsula, Ian regained hurricane strength on Thursday evening over the Atlantic. The national hurricane center predicted it would hit South Carolina as a category one hurricane today. The devastation inflicted on Florida came into focus a day after Ian struck as a monstrous category four, one of the strongest storms ever to hit the U.S.. It flooded homes on both of the state's coasts, cut off the only road access to a barrier island, destroyed an historic waterfront pier and knocked out electricity to 2.67 million Florida homes and businesses, nearly a quarter of utility customers. Four people were confirmed dead in Florida, they included two residents of hard hit sanibel island along Florida's West Coast, three other people reported killed in Cuba after the hurricane struck there on Tuesday. In the Fort Myers area, homes had been ripped from their slabs and deposited among shredded wreckage. Businesses near the beach were completely raised, leaving twisted debris after leaving Florida as a tropical storm on Thursday, and entering the Atlantic north of cape canaveral in spun up into a hurricane again, with winds of 75 mph. A hurricane warning was issued for the South Carolina coast and extended to cape fear on the southeastern coast of North Carolina. The wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas, Virginia Ginnie Thomas, stood by the false claim that the 2020 election was fraudulent during an interview Thursday with the House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection, the panel's chairman said. It's a work in progress representative Benny Thompson told reporters after the more than four hour interview ended. At this point, we're glad she came, he said. The committee has for months sought an interview with Thomas in an effort to know more about her role in trying to help former president Trump overturn his election defeat. The far right activist texted with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, and contacted lawmakers in Arizona and Wisconsin in the weeks after the election. Thomas answered some of the questions from congressional investigators on Thursday, as she sought to portray herself as among the many Americans who still believed the lies being told that the 2020 election was stolen. But she did not provide any evidence or specific reasoning to back up her belief. The testimony from Thomas was one of the last remaining for the panel as it eyes the completion of its work, the panel has already interviewed more than a thousand witnesses and shown some of that video testimony in its 8 hearings over the summer. The extent of her involvement in the capital attack is unclear in the days after the election, Thomas emailed two lawmakers in Arizona to urge them to choose a clean slate of electors and stand strong in the face of political and media pressure. But Johns Hopkins anesthesiologist and her spouse a doctor and major in the U.S. Army were federally indicted on Wednesday for attempting to provide medical information about members of the military to the Russian government. Anna gabriele and Jaime Lee Henry, who had a secret security clearance as a doctor at fort Bragg in North Carolina, communicated and met several times with an undercover FBI agent, who they believed was from the Russian embassy, offering sensitive medical information on military members and their families the indictment alleges. 36 year old Gabriel touted the Rockville couples access to the health records as a useful long-term weapon during an initial August 17 meeting in a Baltimore hotel room, Gabrielle told the agent, she was motivated by patriotism towards Russia to provide any assistance she could to Russia, even if it meant being fired or going to jail. Her spouse had access to not just medical information, she said, but insight into how the U.S. Military establishes army hospitals in war conditions, and about training the military provided to Ukrainian military personnel. Henry participated in a second meeting later that night. Henry also told the agent, she had looked into volunteering to join the Russian army after the conflict in Ukraine began. Gabrieli and is listed as an instructor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at Hopkins, and her profile page says she speaks Russian. Henry received attention in 2015 after becoming the first known active duty army officer to come out as transgender. The indictment was handed up Wednesday and unsealed Thursday. The pair are charged with conspiracy and wrongful disclosure of individually identifiable health information. They made their initial appearance in court and were released on home detention. You can subscribe to 5 minute news on YouTube with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker or enable 5 minute news as your Amazon Alexa flash briefing skill. 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"hurricane" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Short Wave

"What is a hurricane versus a tropical storm or a depression? That's a great question. So all these tropical cyclones start as clusters of thunderstorm activity. And when thunderstorms are near each other, they start to interact and over the tropics, the most efficient way for them to interact to work together is to have a common center, so all the air kind of goes in, goes up around that common center, sinks on the periphery of the storm and a little bit in that center. When you have something spanned multiple lines of latitude, it starts to spin because of the Earth's rotation in the northern hemisphere, they spin counterclockwise. Eventually, they start sucking more and more air in, and that air accelerates faster as it approaches the center. When winds hit 39 mph, it's designated to tropical storm, and it receives a name when they hit 74 mph, a hurricane, and from there you can go up to major hurricane and category 5s have wins over a 157 mph. So they do get pretty feisty. It's almost like, you know, category 5s are essentially the strength of a tornado, but over the open ocean. And perhaps the most impressive part is that hurricanes are born out of an abundance of calm and abundance of peace because hurricanes need very calm winds in the upper atmosphere to form. They need a lack of temperature gradients, so change their temperature with distance. It can't have much in the way of changing humidity. Everything needs to be kind of calm, peaceful, perfect and uniform, and it's amazing to think that the most tranquil conditions can give rise to the most furious conditions on earth. So, Matthew, I know the hurricane season just ended, not too long ago. How would you characterize the season in terms of the number of named storms? So this season was only the third time on record where we actually had to exhaust the entire nameless meaning we went through 21 named storms, and really ran out of names. If we had gotten one more, we wouldn't have to dip into the Greek alphabet in previous years, this year they have a supplemental naming list that for the first time we would have had to gone into. Fortunately we didn't have that, but needless to say was a very busy season. And it seems like there was a switch flipped, right? Did we get a break from the storms? Yeah, it was really weird, so we ordinarily peak around mid to late September around the time when the waters of the warmest when the wind dynamics are most favorable for a storminess, and this year like we are busy all September and then after Victor and early October we just kind of rapidly shut off, nothing for the rest of October wander briefly developed towards the end of October early November and then since then, there's been nothing and even Wanda was very weak, it was only a tropical storm in the middle of the Atlantic, mainly a fish storm, and to get like a complete sort of like a binary, if you will of the season where one side is just completely hyperactive in the other side is next to dead is pretty atypical to say the least. And one of the reasons was of course, he had more sinking air towards the end of the season, which sort of squashed and suppressed the propensity for storm growth. But you also had a dramatic uptick in sheer or a change of wind speed and or direction with height, that interrupted kind of played a tug of war game with any storm that tried to get going, and so none of the seeds that were planted so to speak could actually bloom in materialized into storms, so early season, very busy, second half, next to nothing. It was kind of too quiet. You mentioned a term earlier that I'm not familiar with fish storms. Can you explain that? Oh yeah, that's just a colloquial term. The meteorologists refer to when you have a storm passing over the open water that is doing everything a high end hurricane would, but we're fortunate in that it avoids land. Like we can look down on these storms via satellite and say, wow, that storm is really powerful, but otherwise fish storms are storms that only affect the fish. And you've been following kind of storms and through your work and your articles. What stores might we remember as far as ones that did significant damage either to the U.S. or nearby countries? So there was one towards the middle of August that impacted Veracruz Mexico as a category three. That was grace with a 125 mph winds. But the biggest one that really got all the headlines this year was hurricane Ida, which hit Louisiana as a high end cat for almost a cat 5 with winds of 150 mph. Port four Sean recorded a gust of a 172, which is one of the highest gusts ever recorded in U.S. history anywhere. It's amazing we're actually able to do that without the whole observation station blowing away. But that one decimated southeast Louisiana just kind of ravaged the area with an impressive storm surge, very strong winds, and killed dozens of people in southeastern Louisiana both directly and indirectly. But the storm really lived a Second Life in the northeastern United States with a major tornado outbreak that produced 35 tornadoes across the northeast, Atlantic New England, and then that evening, September 1st, all the moisture from Ida's remnants led to significant flooding across the northeast. We got 3.24 inches in one hour's time at New York international airport, Central Park saw 3.15 inches and keep in mind that's the heaviest one hour total either location has ever seen of rainfall. It was the rainiest day New York has ever seen with record dating back to 1930. It comes as no surprise that 43 people lost their lives in the northeast due to that high end flooding. Yeah, wow. That's a lot of rain, Matthew. And connected to this is climate change. You mentioned that there were so many storms that we ran out of names this year. But climate change is not necessarily about the number of storms, right? You're exactly correct. So we're actually forecasting a maintenance of the number of storms, if not a slight decline over time, thanks to climate change. But the storms of form should be significantly more intense going forward. What we're forecasting is that if the upper atmosphere and lower atmosphere warm at similar rates, there won't be much to spur more storms, but because the environment will be warmer, that means more rainfall, stronger winds, and increased chance of rapid intensification. So, like we said, similar number of storms, maybe a few less, but those a form will be much higher end going forward. And we're already seeing that reflected in observed trends with a number of higher end storms major hurricanes we've had in recent years. So, Matthew, you mentioned wrap it into vacation. Let's start with that. In 2020, warm waters made for ten hurricanes that intensified rapidly wind speeds got 35 mph faster on 25 hours or less. What happened this year? So this year we saw that too with hurricane Ida, which rapidly intensified the bulk of the higher end storms that we get, do rapidly intensify, but I had a kind of waited until the last minute. We knew it would likely rapidly intensify, and we're waiting we're waiting we're watching and then overnight, it went from this meager cat one tattoo storm to very quickly a major hurricane with winds ultimately reaching 150 mph at the time of landfall. And this was something that 20, 30 years ago, we might not have been able to forecast, we're fortunate nowadays that we can, but it's still alarming to see a jump that quick in strength. Especially because in the future, how are we going to be able to adequately plan for that, especially if it's not forecast? It's one of those things that if you live in a coastal city and you're trying to plan for something you see lurking off your coast, if it jumps from a tropical storm account one to a category four plus in 30 hours time, those are two completely different worlds or preparation. So carry manual to Professor of atmospheric sciences at MIT and he did a great study a couple years ago that looked into the frequency and intensity of rapid intensification and connecting that to climate change. And wrote that the incidence of storms that increase rapidly before landfall could increase substantially by the end of the century, which, again, is really tough to predict and even if we're getting better at saying where the storms are going if we're getting caught off guard by how quickly these storms are rapidly quickly strengthening. It's going to spell major impacts on our coastal infrastructure and really are a society. So is it, I guess is it appropriate to say that climate change is.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Certain amount of time for evacuation for contra flow on the interstates and so forth. And i argued. I was like okay. I get that but that playbook is based on sort of a generation of storms or the pass a rapid intensification which. I'm gonna ask you in a moment to justify our listeners. On a you and i know what it is i mean we're increasingly seeing i don't i don't wanna use increasing but we're seeing rapid intensification. We're seeing people are going to bed. The cat two storm waking up the cat. Four storm so define rapid intensification for our listeners. Than than talk about this new playbook because you just offered new playbook in the weather to to toolbox not just the emergency management side now wrapping cancer. -cation has often had a both specific and general definitions for a while. We did this thirty knots or thirty five miles an hour. Twenty four hours as a as a Threshold for rapid implication of tropical cyclone. So that that's that's basically where we're talking about and it usually that that's gonna take you up a couple of categories or more in twenty four hours and when you think of ida you can also think of it as something that goes from a tropical storm to a major hurricane in in three days or less which ida in a lot of other pass storms have done And that closes the timelines. You know because so many other things are predicated on the intensity forecasts along with the track course because the stronger hurricane is the everything else created equal the worst storm surge is gonna be and the worst the overall impacts are going to be so it poses a lot of big big problems but the storm surge watching warning from the hurricane center accounts for the possibility of something being stronger than the exact forecast. So when you think about when the hurricane watch and the storm surge watch went up two and a half days in advance with an intensity forecasts of top end to that storm surge watch and hurricane center's storm surge forecast numbers were accounting for the possibility that gets to cat three or stronger also accounting for the possibility that it's larger that's slower moving or those weaker all those possibilities so when you see storm surge. Watch two and a half days in advance for a place like grand isle for a place like applause. On lake concentrating. It means business. It means that there is the possibility of life threatening saltwater flooding and you need to be following instructions from your local officials but unfortunately the ida scenario and rapid densification scenarios in general into fairly highly populated areas ida showed us once again how the storm surge watch and warning are not the entire solution to saving lives and storm surge. We have to really start tackling the issue of evacuation compliance and getting people out who can't get themselves out and for any emergency managers working on timelines that can account for the possibility that something gets stronger and better whether it's because people chose not to leave or they couldn't leave. There were a lot of people that were in that storm. Surge watch amber and we're at home in that storm surge watch and then that storm surge warning way to lock. We have an opportunity to get those people out and You know. I i think marshall bet you if you think of all the resources that were brought to bear after ida cavalry comes in to restore the power and to set up tents and to set up stations applies to people. I think that level of resource dedication before the storm was the the way to change things in the future. I where are the evacuation buses right. There should be a line of evacuation buses in these communities to help people get out.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Between Two Wings

Between Two Wings

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Between Two Wings

"Aircraft that operates like monitors all four engines and operates. Lovely ice systems. They'll usually be out pre-fighting and fill in the aircraft making sure everything's working but they're the guys who are sitting in the middle operating the power levers the storm and when i talk about how we find the storm you'll see why so we briefly come up with our game plan on how we're going to get out there if we're going to expect whether on the way the storm we actually don't like just fly through thunderstorms if it's between us and a hurricane if you're gonna fly through hurricane you just wanna do the minimum amount of time in the storm so actually her away around thunderstorms on the way into a hurricane. Not kind of because there are some stressors on the aircraft. So you're trying to make sure that you know you're not imposing more or hitting closer to the limits until you actually get to the storm. Yeah everything we do while. It seems like pretty. I don't wanna say dangerous. It has elevated level of risk..

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"hurricane" Discussed on NOVA Now

NOVA Now

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on NOVA Now

"This week began with tropical storm. Nicholas reaching category one hurricane force right before making landfall along the texas gulf coast and last week hurricane larry reached category three and then weakened but not before causing power outages as a category one in newfoundland canada. The atlantic hurricane season runs from june first through november thirtieth and. This has already been record-setting hurricane henry alone produced the rainiest our on record in new york city a record that was broken again less than two weeks later by hurricane ida here just a few of the recent headlines hide i made landfall off the coast of louisiana packing winds of up to one hundred and fifty miles per hour extremely dangerous cat. Four storm unleashing damaging winds torrential rains and of life threatening storm surge. The remnants of hurricane ida delivering a historic soaking in the northeast. Potential wrath is bringing up the issue of climate change and its effect on hurricane. So here's what. I'm wondering about hurricanes getting more frequent stronger more destructive and his any of this connected to climate change his nova now where we look for the answers behind a stormy headlines. I'm a look patel. All right sorry i guess we lost communications. We are looking at imminent landfall. Abyss store if you're watching the news on august twenty ninth. You might have seen al roker getting soaked by hurricane ida as barreled through new orleans one hundred fifty miles per hour are are like are right now forecast storm surges upwards of fifty to sixty feet twenty eight inches of rain or bore with this system. Ida is the latest storm to at the us as a category four hurricane but even after it was downgraded to a tropical storm. It wasn't finished what people didn't expect. Was that as it kept on going. It stayed strong enough and it swept up enough water vapor to dump record amounts of rain in the new york area and some places. The highest one hour rainfall total ever recorded. Catherine heyhoe is an atmospheric scientist and the chief scientist for the nature conservancy. She's also the author of saving us a climate scientists case for hope and healing in a divided world in the states. Dozens died in. Ida's wake it goes without saying that hurricanes are some of the most powerful natural phenomena on our planet floods and rip currents can result from a hurricane strong winds heavy rainfall in storm surge which is went coastal waters rice abnormally high levels. Heyhoe is convinced that the data shows that hurricanes are getting stronger and that it's because of climate change. Here's the thinking. Climate scientists estimate that ninety three percent of the excess heat trapped in the atmosphere by greenhouse gases finds its way into the ocean and warm water is hurricane fuel. What we're seeing is when they formed because there's so much more energy available to them. More of them are stronger. They're slower so they move slower and they don't more rain on us and it's very simple reason that as you warm the air its capacity to hold water vapor goes up goes quite fast seven percent for one degrees celsius increase in air. Temperature kerry emanuel is a professor of atmospheric science at the massachusetts institute of technology. Then this means that extreme rainstorms not just hurricanes but any kind of strong thunderstorm or or other kinds of storms. That rain will generally rain more so as they storms move along. There's more water vapor for them to speak up and dump on us for example with hurricane harvey that hit the city of houston back in august. Two thousand seventeen. We know that it had about forty percent more rain than it would have. If the same hurricane had happened one hundred years ago also. The warmer ocean water evaporates quicker and that makes more water vapor. So there's this whole feedback effect going on where the warmer gets the stronger and more damaging the hurricanes get and then there's also the fact that warmer water takes up more space so sea levels rising for two reasons reason number one is because land-based ice in greenland and antarctica. Smelting and that water is going into the ocean. But the second reason is simply because as the ocean gets warmer and actually literally takes up more space so when a hurricane comes along a lot of the damages due to hurricanes along the coast because of storm surges well as sea level rises. Those searches can reach further and further inland flooding. More and more areas. That wouldn't ordinarily be flooded. And as we destroy our coastal wetlands and as we build more and more valuable infrastructure rate along the coast. We're putting ourselves even more at risk. It's a lose lose loose. You may think hey hurricanes mainly affect coastal areas but that's not as true as it once was when hurricanes move over land you know they. We can pretty quickly right. You're unplugging them from the ocean so they're not plugged into their energy source anymore but because there's warmer air and more water vapor in the air and because they're getting stronger to begin with. We're also seeing that. Hurricanes are lasting longer at higher intensities over land than they used to and catherine heyhoe says hurricanes and tropical storms are moving farther north before they dissipate. And that's because warmer water is spreading further po word so they can maintain the hurricane status further northward than they used to so. It isn't like hurricanes have never made it to candidate before. Well now though hurricanes are moving up the coast in along halifax neva newfoundland. They're getting storms. That are still at hurricane strength because the warm ocean water is warm enough to keep them going further. North warmer conditions also can cause wind speeds to go up as you add greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. You increase the upper limit of wind. Speed that you can have thermo dynamically in a hurricane now. A very tiny percentage of actual storms reach this speed limit. But a few do and it's very important to recognize that that goes up so that in the future we expect to see and we're beginning to see records. being broken on wind speed in hurricanes. Climate scientists can model or atmosphere and oceans over vast scales. Dial different factors upper down on the computer model and a bunch of consequences fallout and they see all of this as temperatures get warmer. The models don't necessarily show hurricanes getting more frequent at least not in the north atlantic but they predict that hurricanes get stronger and more intense and extreme storms generally dumped more rain but how accurate are these climate models does nature actually behaved the way computers predict what do the observations on the ground. Tell us that after the break. Okay let's take a look at what these look like on the ground. When we think about hurricanes there are few important features to consider their frequency. How many of them. We see in a season there track so their location and.

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"hurricane" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"How to help. People impacted by hurricane ida by madeleine carlisle more than a million people across louisiana and mississippi including much of new orleans remained without power on tuesday morning after hurricane ida tour across the coastal states on sunday into monday by monday afternoon. It was clear that new orleans levees would hold sparing the city. The worst of the devastating flooding experienced when hurricane katrina hit exactly sixteen years ago but the damage from the category four hurricane ida one of the most powerful storms to ever hit. The region has been extensive. At least four people have died and ten people have been injured by the storm on monday. Louisiana governor john. Bel edwards said the death toll could grow considerably emergency response teams have fanned out across coastal communities suffering from the dangerous storm surge and subsequent flooding rescuing hundreds of people thousands more remained in shelters and in addition to the widespread power outages. More than three hundred thousand. People were without water as of monday. Official said officials say the damage to louisiana's power grid is so extensive that it could be weeks before. Electricity is fully restored portions of southeast louisiana and mississippi. Now face a heat advisory until five. Pm central time on wednesday and the national weather service warns heat index values could reach up to one hundred five degrees. Here are some ways to help where to donate money. The united way of southeast louisiana. The city of new orleans said on its website that it is unable to accept any resource donations right now but recommended people donate money to the united way of southeast louisiana. Which is described as being in the city before during and after disasters all proceeds.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Podcast if we were just saying you can tell because otherwise we would title episode do space hurricanes exist right but here we are asking what if they space so i think we spoil a little bit. They do exist. There are thing. But i guess the question is how does that happen. How do you get a hurricane in space. Yes so this basic mechanism that we're talking about can exist in other places other places where you have something like air that can flow and you have some source of energy to pump into that to create this low pressure center and so you have lots of places actually in the solar system we know about and then probably in the rest of the universe we get similar structures that are forming not necessarily out of air and water droplets but the structure of a hurricane turns out to be something we see all over the place really not necessarily with water but maybe we'd other kinds of storms. Yeah exactly with other kinds of storms around the solar system. We have atmospheres with methane in all sorts of other crazy stuff in them and so we can take the same idea of a hurricane and use it to understand storms on other planets or moons ago the other planets are spinning and they have some kind of atmosphere. So why not right. They could have hurricanes to yeah exactly but wait. Dungeon eat the oceans to like the moving ocean currents and things like that where you really just need. Sort of like bands right. You don't necessarily need an ocean. You just need something underneath to provide the energy something to power this thing and so you know you can have like hot. Rocks were other bands of denser gases. You don't necessarily need liquid ocean of water you don't need like the moving currents of water right. Because that's that's kinda why hurricanes move isn't it or is it just due to the weather will motion of the hurricanes on other planets. We'll see is a little bit different than it is on earth necessarily crash into shores. The way they do on earth but they're definitely formed and there could be a lot more stable sometimes. These storms on other planets can last for hundreds of years. Alright well step is here. What are some of the interesting hurricane type stories that we see in other planets will sort of the most boring are the ones on our neighbor planet. Mars mars does have big storms on it and we don't understand them exactly how they work but we have seen cyclones on mars. Mostly these things are dust storms. And they're not as dramatic as the hurricanes on earth mostly because the atmosphere on mars is just a lot lower. You know there's just not that much atmosphere so you don't get as many dramatic events like the winds in storms on mars blow up to maybe a hundred kilometers per hour which is not nearly as dramatic. You're on earth in slow motion mild kind of hurricane. Yeah exactly but we are watching the atmosphere of mars pretty carefully. We have a lot of satellites in orbit around it and in april of nineteen ninety. Nine scientists saw this huge cyclone near the north pole of mars. It was eleven hundred miles wide and these big cloud bands in its spun around and it dissipated after several hours may was the mar santa claus who was like a hurricane here. Yeah and it's not something that we've seen since and we're watching the martian atmosphere so something we're looking to understand because we're always wanted to get a better understanding of what's in the atmosphere of mars and what the dynamics of it are you know the same basic idea you know. Something must've heated up the center of this thing to create the rising air from the center which flew outwards and then spun because spinning of mars. What about other planets. We've seen cyclones in saturn. We have standard of course has an amazing storm. There's this storm on his north pole. Which is in the shape of a hexagon with the whole fund. Podcast episode about like what is going on there. How do you get a hexagon shaped storm on the north pole of saturn. That's been there for a long time. And it's like twenty five thousand kilometers wide and like this thing is a monster but not just. It's north pole. It has these spots on it that are these like massive planets circling storms. They don't last that long but they can impact the atmosphere and the temperature of the planet for quite a while so there. These great white spots on saturn scientists think had the same fundamental mechanisms as hurricanes. Here on earth interesting now because i guess saturn is sort of a gas planet right. It's mostly gas until must have all kinds of current and layers of gas swirling and bans and things like that exactly as we have these layers so when a deeper layer has a hotspot in it it can create a low pressure center in the band. Above it where it was exactly the same effect as we see here on earth and so we don't understand a lot of the mechanisms of internals of saturn mostly because we haven't had a chance to probate member cassini. Did it's death dive into saturday. And give us a measurements about what was going on inside of it but mostly saturday has been unexplored so we have to just observe from the outside. And that's why asking these questions like do we understand how the storms form do we understand the mechanisms of it can we extrapolate from the things we learned on earth is a really good way to try to build a model of. What's going on in saturn. So we can ask if it makes sense or if there are surprises inside Just now and i hear that saturn has a record for the longest continues storm in this solar system. Yeah that's right not necessarily just a hurricane but there was a thunderstorm on saturn that lasted for over eight months. Cassini observed back in two thousand nine and we measured the strength of this thunderstorm by measuring the radio emissions from its lightning everytime of thunderstorms lightning and lightning of course is an electro-magnetic phenomena creates radiation. I mean what you're seeing is radiation from the lightning. So there's also radiation in other frequencies of light including the radio. You can detect thunderstorms in radio. As that's why interferes with radio of course and this one was ten thousand times stronger than storms. We see here on earth and lasted for eight months. So it's pretty dramatic so really hunker down. If you're in a storm on saturday. I guess that wasn't a cyclone. It was just a big thunderstorm clouds crashing into each other. Yeah exactly that was not a cyclone all right. What about the big guy in our solar system jupiter. That must have a lot of cyclones. Because it's a big gas giant exactly for the same reason and it has the biggest cyclones humanity has ever discovered. The great red spot is basically a hurricane. This thing we did a whole episode about it. remember it's been seen by dramas for hundreds of years and so we know that this storm is at least a three hundred fifty years old also boasts the fastest wins in the solar system. And so this is essentially a huge hurricane on another planet. it's visible from earth right and it's red for some reason right. We talked about it in podcast episode. Yeah although it's a really fun mystery and the digging of that whole episode. If you're curious about why the great red spot is red and also why the great. Red spot is shrinking. Yeah check that out please. And something else interesting about jupiter is that it has a lot of cyclones but they're not regular cyclones yeah. Jupiter turns out has cyclones but mostly it has anti close anti-clinton anti-matter it's not like if a scicluna anti-cyclone scicluna annihilate it's a cyclone that has the opposite sort of structure because it has high pressure center instead of a low pressure center and so the winds actually go the opposite direction like on earth if you have a cyclone in the northern hemisphere. It's been counterclockwise had anti-cyclone in the northern hemisphere it would spin clockwise and so on jupiter moose to these things are actually anti cyclones interesting. Meaning like it's a high pressure center somehow like maybe the bottom layer is colder.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"What is a space hurricane. So i feel like we're asking like other hurricanes and space or can you make a hurricane in-space or what's the equivalent of a hurricane in space for all of the above. It sounds like a pitch for a movie on the discovery channel. You know sounds like in the category of short tornado in a take to cool words and put them together for idea. It's like if the weather channel and the discovery channel teamed up and made a special movie space hurricane with sharks shark nato hurricane with dinosaurs in it. I'm sure somebody in a writer's room has already thought that idea and discarded it. Thank god and then you throw like a bachelor in there and also a home remodeling project and you've got emmy award winning television right back. Flip your house and get married using a space hurricane filled with sharks that sounds like a great show and dinosaurs. Also everything can happen here on this show but yeah. That's an interesting question. What is a space hurricane and did this sort of relates to that question. We were asking about space. Weather like is the equivalent of weather out there in space with all that gas and dust may be out there floating. Yeah we're interested. In whether these patterns we see in hurricanes here on earth are replicated maybe in other forms maybe not in water maybe not an air maybe in other objects out there in space in other parts of the universe so that when the aliens come we'll have something to talk to them about was you'll be wondering how many people out there had heard of a space hurricane or had any idea of what it is so daniela out there into the walls of the internet to ask people what is a space hurricane. So if you live in the wild of the internet and you would like to answer. Random questions is sent you with no opportunity to prepare. Please write to me. Two questions at daniel and dot com. I personally live in the plains of the internet to calm air. There's no twitter or facebook. Just a gentle wind of wikipedia information. Every time you say. The wilds of the internet makes me feel like a rugged explorer risking my life to go out there and gather information e mean reaching out to strangers on. The internet is totally safe. These are our listeners. men they are nice people Is it takes to be your friend. Daniel just be willing to listen to us. Talk about physics. Absolutely anybody willing to listen to this. Podcast is definitely my friend. All right well think about it for a second if someone asks you what is a space hurricane. What would you answer. Here's what people had to say. I assume it has something to do with well. Space weather and possibly solar wind or stellar wind. I'm not entirely show. Maybe there's hurricanes. I don't think it would count as a hurricane on the sun or hurricane on say jupiter. Because they're not quite space hurricanes May at some sort of hurricane to do with the curvature of space maybe approaching a black hole something along those lines. I have no idea what space hurricane is but i would have to guess that has something to do with soda wins. Psalms like a swirling mass of all if it's an spaces for something like stars or something else on with a low of mass when you look at hurricane bertha it sure looks like a galaxy so maybe a spiral galaxies a space hurricane. I can imagine a you're again is created by the sola ring so like there's a big outburst from the sun that's creates space weather and if it's a really extreme outburst then it might create a space hero game but i can also imagine movement of Stuff in space itself might create for xs or space hurricanes. You will all right. I guess it's a pretty interesting answers. Here i feel like people salute thought about a hurricane and it looks like in pictures swirling mass stuff and then they try to add on a projected into space would that look like in space and other planets. Yeah it's great examples of generalization like this is real physics in action here. I love seeing people. Take this idea wonder whether or not it could exist in other forms awesome especially the one about a galaxy being space hurricane. Mary cool right. Yeah is is the galaxy. Technically space hurricane like they look kind of the same big flushing toilet or swirling right. That's kind of what a hurricane is and that's kind of what a galaxy is. Yeah we'll get into it but a hurricane. Actually the low pressure center right with things flow out from the center and galaxy of course is very high pressure center. It's really the densest bod with all the forces pulling towards the center of the galaxy so the mechanisms are as something different. But you're right. They do look kinda similar an anti hurricane. Maybe it'd be awesome. They'll never hurricane where it's raining instead of water droplets. That's pretty meta that would be. That sounds really dangerous. You would definitely not be a weatherman standing there for very long. Yeah we're kind of hurricane proving you need when it's raining stars. It sounds like another great show on the discovery slash weather channel surviving extreme space weather raining stars. But let's get into it then. I guess to push through here daniel first of all. Let's take a one word at a time so a hurricane. What is that technically here on. Earth how do we get hurricanes and what technically counts a hurricane. Is that the right name for the weather phenomenon that most people think of when they think of hurricanes i was really surprised to learn that you give the name hurricane to his particular type of storm. That appears all around the world. But you only call it. A hurricane even appears in particular places in the atlantic or the northeastern pacific. The most general phrase is a cyclones is kind of storm. You get over the water but you only call it a hurricane in various parts of the world. It's like the naming committee couldn't agree on what to call these things and so they broke up without like a global agreement for what they call them. Now is this like a convenient. They may you know scheme or is it just like of the history of how like you know. People who lived here called it a hurricane and people who lived over there call it a typhoon. Is it like pop and soda and coke or is it like scientists like okay. We'll call these the ones over here. There's and the ones that were there will call them that because there's really no difference between a hurricane in the atlantic or a typhoon in the northwest pacific or a tropical cyclone in the south pacific. They're fundamentally the same thing the only thing that differentiates them is where they happen. So the naming convention is just historic. That's what we call those storms. And then i think later people understood in more detail. Oh these really all sort of examples of the same thing but the technical term scientific term is actually cyclone. Yeah exactly it sounds like a killer robot from the future or something but it really just describes this sort of spinning storm that you get which is very typical. The kind of storm i think about when i think about a hurricane. Ac so all hurricanes cyclones but not all cyclones hurricane. That's right exactly two. They're called typhoons in north pacific and tropical cyclones in the south pacific or indian ocean to what.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Cartoonist and creator of comics daniel. I made particle physicist. And i've also never been hurricane. He's never lived to tell the tale. That's right never been like one of those reporters standing in knee deep water with the winds blowing all around them. I would have been out of there much sooner. He never been in a science hurricane like a flurry of scientific discovery and activity like wind of knowledge blowing or everything is definitely felt like a thunderstorm. How and then with some of the conflicts egos no never officially assigns hurricane. You've never upgraded that rainstorm to link ed brain hurricane. Maybe i'm just trapped in the eye but welcome to our podcast daniel and explain the universe production iheartradio in which we explore these swirling mysteries of the universe. We rain knowledge down upon you and try to blow confusion away with hundred mile an hour winds of silly jokes in our podcast. We tackle the biggest deepest most dramatic questions of the universe. We don't shy away from any and every topic and we find some nugget of mystery or knowledge and we break it open for you and try to explain it with a few dad jokes as we try to sweep you off your feet with giant winds of corny jokes and serious knowledge about the universe and everything in it because it really does make us been. I mean this universe. We live in is fantastic. It's beautiful it's wet. It's wild it's crazy. There are so many things we need to understand and not just at the most fundamental level as a particle physician. My job is to break the universe down to the very very small as bits and understand the deepest most fundamental nature of the universe. But even if we did that it doesn't mean necessarily it would help us understand the world around us. He can't go from string theory to predicting weather. So sometimes they're d- mysteries worth tackling. That are right around us at the same scale as our lives yet. Because i guess the universe does seem a little unpredictable. Sometimes i mean it's pretty chaotic out there. Even though it sort of seems nice and calm here there are partners at are pretty crazy. And there's a lot going on in that. Yeah we talk a lot on the podcast about how complex phenomena arise from really simple rules and simple objects from just a few particles. You can make everything that anybody has ever touched tasted or eaten and then includes really weird stuff like people and hurricanes is amazing. What this universe's cooked up for us out of a few basic elements and some of it is really quite complex and very very difficult to predict some of it. We just have to look at in wonder. Yeah and so here on earth. We have weather which is pretty chaotic. Although i feel like we have done a pretty good job. In meteorology of predicting the weather a little bit or at least forecasting the weather and knowing when and where hurricanes are going to comedy hasn't really caught up with progress in whether science used to be a standing joke that nobody could predict the weather but these days they're actually pretty good at it. I find myself relying on my little weather app to tell me if it's going to rain today or tomorrow and maybe that's just easy southern california because it says it never rains yet. You think comedians to predict the weather you know. just give a sharpie and exactly where the hurricanes. Maybe there's wisdom in the crowd. Get one hundred comedians at room and ask them where the hurricanes going to go and we'll see if on average there right. Yeah and if they bomb. Maybe that will dissipate the the hurricane or something or maybe arguing will create a hurricane of shouting or hurricane of us are all the groaning from the bad jokes. Will i dunno. Blow a lot of hot air and blow away to. Yeah but meteorologist still the butt of jokes but how. They can't predict the weather. Even though i think they are doing a pretty good job these days yeah said weather here on earth which is kind of a little bit crazy sometimes chaotic a little bit unpredictable. Still sometimes so the question is does that happen in other parts of the universe is during equivalent of weather out there in space maiming. Other planets or in between planets or out there in the galaxies or between galaxies and as usual. We're wondering if the patterns we see here on earth are particularly to earth or if they are universal this little parochial tribe of humans trying to crack big questions about the universe having only looked at the way things work on earth where always faith with this question of whether we can take the things we've learned here and generalized to the rest of the universe or if we live in a really weird unusual corner and the things that happened here only happened here like people and ice cream sundaes and all that kind of stuff saw hurricanes at universal phenomena experienced on every planet around the universe or are they something that space tourists will come to earth just to experience so to the podcast..

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"hurricane" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Channel 33

"Fu sean. And who posted a video of a crane that was tipped over in the water And was apparently venturing out to kind of get an idea of what the storm and the aftermath looked like still concludes com. This way it was the latest sign that the way we witness land falling hurricanes is changing perhaps providing a more visceral education for the public can all the live feeds and social snapshots sewing showing the real time. Reality of the weather caused viewers to take the threat more seriously. So that's his conclusion here right. Every time there's a hurricane or natural disaster like this the authorities say you gotta leave. You gotta leave. You gotta leave seek shelter. Go go someplace safe and a lot of people. Don't leave so he's there. Possibility that by just the sheer number of social media posts. Get up that show. How strong the winds are. How heavy rains are do. We think people might. That might sorta work work as a warning system of sorts You mean for future times over. Pm a little bit over there mostly for the future right. Yeah i mean. It's not like that hasn't happened in the past. Maybe all have indelible images from hurricane. Katrina stamped foreheads. Although that that does seem. I don't know exactly say this. There was a lot of failures in hurricane katrina and we don't need to relitigate them all but but when you're left with the sort of images of the aftermath as opposed to the storm itself you know when when you're when you're the images that your mind immediately goes back to our people in pontoon boats trying to help other people or the the images from the stadium you know the.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Things up in earnest when you get into august through early october. So i think we're seeing what would be typical and i think we're just coming off such a hyperactive season. It just felt weird not to have somebody storms in july. Because it's been so busy for so many years so the the big message is here. We're coming into the peak. And i think you know we start getting through august and getting the september. We've the peak yet to come for the hurricane season for know twenty one so that's why preparedness is everything and getting ready for it and you mentioned elsa an interesting point. There was a lot of social media about hurricane versus a tropical storm. And you know we had some radar data in the aircraft found those winds. It didn't last long so much on it. And i hope everybody can help us. Spread the word on this. The difference between a tropical storm in a hurricane one mile an hour And again we're standard of science but at the same time it's interesting how the word hurricane Really prop so much attention versus tropical storm. There is no such thing as just a tropical storm. And you and i talked about the war would meet illogic organization. I have a lot to do with as chair. That committee You know th they'll never be named justa. We'll never have a hurricane. Just will never have probably just a picture of that. But the point is it's about the impacts and is so important hurricane tropical storm trump alison. I mean i think of i. I look at history. Tropical storm produces ten foot storm. Surge and fifteen twenty inches of rain. I don't care what the name is. That's a big impact. And you gotta be ready for that i. I'm so glad you mentioned that because it right. I mean strong tropical storm. We can't one the impact the same. And so i'm and that was definitely a message. I was trying to amplify on your behalf as well. Because i see so. Many people get riled up hurricane or it doesn't the impacts really what matter at the end of the day. One one thing that comes to mind about twenty twenty and twenty twenty one and particularly. We're seeing spikes is the hurricane tropical storm risk superimposed on a pandemic Are there are there things that you've as the national hurricane center director thinking about concert with the director of fema emergency management folks Even even if we see fred approaching perhaps florida Depending on what happens that moves over hispaniola. I have to imagine that there are some thinking going on about covert and evacuation and shelters and so forth. How are you dealing with that. I think the pandemics made the pressure on us to to to have a good forecast is is never been higher. Be and the reason. I say that is the fact that you know if you're in that evacuation zones the with storm surge. You gotta get out there. There's just no pandemic or not if you have a big storm surge headed your weight you and get out now the planning and where you go change and you know the the sheltering part of it that emergency managers deal with the pressure comes here if you don't have to have to evacuate. We wanna make sure we're accurate enough that the decision could be made not to evacuate and that was in the case of of hurricane laura when some of the modeling was well to the west. And we were you know. We didn't want we didn't think it would ever get over to a situation where houston would have to go because you're dealing with a pandemic and if they don't have to it's okay we don't want them to so luckily we the scientists better that we could really narrow that down Better than ever. so yes the exercises. Have taken into account The pandemic we've changed things here to dr shopper. We everything you saw last year with the masks. Lots of opinions on that by the way So i mean we. We're small place. We have eleven hurricane specialists and we have the tropical forecast branch in the people that have visited this building. It's not big. So we we we had we had cohort scheduling where pairs of to work together and they didn't see the other the whole season Some of the shift changes occurred from the building and out in the parking lot behind me. we did everything to keep ourselves safe. Because you know the nation's counting on us to keep them safe so we took that very serious Here we actually take that still remains on the floor that when there's somebody on duty at the desk no one's allowed to step inside that tape So it's interesting how it changed. How do business on maroon t managers and it is part of the decision making process with with the pandemic and safety. So i think we feel the pressure more than ever. We're up to it. We really are up to to make sure we get a good forecast out there so we can help the decision making you know. Last question is really contemporary. Because we just had the latest. Ipcc report come out and of course it says some things. About extreme events particularly hurricanes. Tropical cyclone does this factor in any whammy. You are weather agency for the most part and you know i know for a fact but someone twitter. Sometimes people struggle with the difference between weather and climate. Because you'll see people say hey. It's cold today. That means climate change is real right that whether in climate but do you see a report like the ipc and have implications for how you think about things hurricane center. Yeah i think. I think we're we're definitely more short fused generally than that here at the hurricane center. But now you look at the data. I mean all you do is take a query on the database right and look at look at trends and you know. There's there's been this discussion about the number of hurricanes. Well tough correlation. They are right. We we were seeing more than ever. We're we're also we're also going after some of those sloppier peski or storms that form right off the coast and so the actual number is hard to correlate to anything because we're actually seeing more so that's not the that's not the conversation there really isn't but the trend that has the conversation a couple things one warm atmosphere more rain. You know. we're we're seeing some pretty big rain events From these systems not just on the coast but well inland. It's just physics or rousers a whole more water. You're going to get more rain. Yeah it is and the other trend. That's interesting. I know you've seen it. There is a trend over the last century. We're getting some stronger storms. And you know you look at the number of cat fours and fives that we have. There's an increasing number of some of these strong storms. And i think that's something to consider into the future as well. You got more energy you can get stronger. Storms and the rapid tests. Vacation dr shepper. We had nine. Tropical cyclones in two thousand twenty have rapid intensification nine. And that's what we're talking. You're talking thirty knots of wind increase in twenty four hours things cranking fast and it's hard to keep up with that so And then we'll see what sea level rise and it's not a direct correlation love arise and storm surge. It's it's highly variable some places. Get the same someplace. Get more But i do see trend. That could push that storm surge farther inland. So that's that's the long term when you look at you know hurricanes you look at where we're headed and what we're going to be dealing with those some things that keep in our minds and we do get ready for that and that's why we some more research to that rapid intensification and i know for us here in georgia. You know with hurricane michael. We had a storm that was gusting hundred mph winds well into our agricultural regions in the.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Some ideas there. We are toying with the idea of a dynamic cone. The part dr shepherd. You didn't ask but it's related is what do we do at the seven day forecast. Yes we're internal but what what do you do with a cone. Excuse me what do you do with a cone. That's eight hundred miles wide. How do you make any any decision. Based on that outside of oil. I better keep an iron on this so we wanted to a seven day forecast but should it be in. The come should be doing a different way. We actually don't have the answer to that but were or help. Hope is social science. Also that With the category. It's interesting because you look at a hurricane florence when when you're you're decreasing in category and there's a tendency to relax when the impacts never changed the storm surge. Forecast never changed. The rainfall forecasts never changed none of that change but the category served a good in hurricane. Michael where we were coming up. The categories of people like whoa. This is the wrong direction. I better pay attention so it becomes really really complicated and and was storm surge. It's it's the size and the speed. It's not even the category that that's the main factor in the storm surge tonight there's so many examples of you can have a category four or five storm small but it's fast that produce less storm surge than a giant category one That's moving slow. You get more storm surge pilot bigger area so it's incredibly complicated. What we've done so far as we've just tried to separate those impacts we have a storm surge washington warning we focus so much on storm surge half the fatalities historically have storm surge. I think we're making a dent by the way you have search products right. We're making a dent. I you look back. I have a little stat here. That i think you'll find interesting since twenty seventeen. I'm reading it. 'cause i don't want mess it up. Fourteen hurricane landfalls six were major. This is the united states. The busy it's crazy. Busy says twenty seventeen We've had a lot of fatalities but in the end Very few were storm surge. And and if you think about it and there's been more with carbon monoxide poisoning that actually storm surge. I think we're making a debt but we don't want it is still the biggest threat but i think we're making a dent in that. So are there better ways. We're working on it and we're hopeful. I reach articles. I listened to all the input. I see out there. There's plenty.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Okay chuck. You took a salt tablet. You walked it off and now your heads back in the game right my heads back in the game. Where did you leave off. I left off about how space hurricanes are basically presenting a new pioneer frontier in space research. Because we didn't really know they existed. We suspected something like that existed but we certainly had no idea that they were arms of plasma that that spun around at staggering speeds a calm center. But it's not wind. We're talking about these clouds. This is water vapor like this is plasma. These are ions and electrons in just incredible energy and magnetism. It has nothing to do with earthbound hurricane and yet it bears a striking resemblance to. It's very bizarre. Yeah it is interesting in that. There is What you can think of is precipitation in both in that we get the rain on earth and there's his electric precipitation and it's super interesting that there is an eye and they spin and have arms. Yeah which you know Obviously is why they're called hurricanes another one meteorologists in here who in the house of works article that said he thought they might have been called space vortex initially because it was over the north pole and resemble the polar vortex but they went with the space hurricane. Guess because it's a little sexier probably One of the other ways that they're different is the cheers well from where they occur. Obviously the earth's atmosphere From think ground zero or we should probably just say the ground the surface the from the ground about five nine miles up is where you're gonna find an earth hurricane fear. Yeah whereas the space hurricane is in the ionosphere like i mentioned early on and then the sheer size. This one i think was about six hundred miles wide..

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"hurricane" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey welcome to the short steph. I'm josh and there's chuck and there's the special of but normal producer dave here. I mean especially like in a way like sure by special and all the way. That's right in a romper room. sorta way. that's exactly right. And i'll tell you something else that special chuck. Something very special happened on august. Twenty two thousand fourteen over the Magnetic north pole of this year planet earth. Where for the first time. In the history of humanity we documented. What's known is a space plasma hurricane in that neat it's neat and This is something that wasn't fully well. It was documented here and there but nature communications wrote about it in february of this year. So i think it got a lot more attention Seven years after the fact Almost seven years. But yeah this was like you said about the north pole. It happened over a few hours The result of what happened up there was there were some satellites. That were disrupted The geomagnetic field got a little kinky for a little while the back here on earth Well below the ionosphere we were dislike. I don't know what i was doing on august. Twenty thousand fourteen. I could probably go back and look everybody was remarkable though. i wouldn't thinking about space hurricanes. No because no one really noticed because in august that's a pretty terrible time typically to see the auroras or at least the aurora gory. Alice because the day The days are so much longer than the night. So you can't really see these these fantastic light display's but had you've been able to see the aurora borealis that night you would have been knocked right out of your your hiking boots basically because this was again. A space hurricane doesn't happen every day and we don't really understand fully how they happened or why but they're called space hurricanes because if from what we saw from what this nature communications paper from february twenty twenty one said It bears a striking resemblance to a a a tropical hurricane or cyclone or an atlantic hurricane. Where there's a mass of Energy basically spinning around a calm center. There's a million differences between say earthbound hurricane in space hurricane. But the fact that there there you could even call. Both hurricanes is kind of startling and actually it seems to me chuck kind of like it's presenting like a new pioneer in scientific research. Now like we're like okay. How is this happen more to these. Come from what is going on here. I agree and also have to admit. I was distracted for a minute because i was obsessed with trying to figure out what i was doing on august. Twenty twenty four. Did you ever figure it out. No because i didn't open up my calendar and go back. But i did find out that it was a wednesday so i know we probably weren't recording this no and it was a year after our tv show aired which aired over the course of what like ten days. Yeah you're probably in hiding still may have been. Yeah but i think that's probably a good place we can't break. Can we sure we can. It's a short stuff. Anything goes all right. Let's take a break then. I'll get my head back in the game today and every day. You're doing the impossible with so little time under so much pressure and for businesses around the world it's a.

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"hurricane" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"To mendham from australian skeptics and that's the shut for now space-time is available every monday wednesday and friday through apple podcasts. I tunes stitcher. Google podcasts can casts spotify aac cast amazon music bites dot com soundcloud youtube your favorite podcast download provider and from space time with stewart gary dot com space times also broadcasts through the national science foundation on science own radio. And i'm both iheart radio and tune in radio and you can help to support our show by visiting the space time store arranged a promotional merchandising goodies all by becoming a space time patron which gives you access to triple episode commission free versions of the show as well as lots of burns audience content. Which doesn't go away. Access to exclusive facebook group and other rewards. Just go to space time with stewart. Gary dot com for full details. And if you want more space time please check out our blog where you'll find all the stuff we couldn't fit in the show as well as heaps of images new stories loads videos and things on the web find interesting or amusing. Just go to space time with stewart. Gary dot com dot com. That's all one word. And that's tumbler. Without the aid. Also follow us through at jewish gary on twitter at space time with stewart gary on instagram through a space time youtube channel on facebook just go to facebook dot com forward slash. Space time with stewart. Gary and space time is brought you in collaboration with other sky and telescope magazine your window on the universe. You've been listening to space time with stewart. Gary this has been another quality. Podcast production from bites dot com..

"hurricane" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Com the spacex s. Intense dashi prototype test. Article has exploded in spectacular orange fireball. Listen ten minutes. After completing a successful test what from its south texas launch facility starship had undertaken a spectacular. Six minute twenty second flight climbing vertically to an altitude of ten kilometers on its three raptor engines for hovering performing a number of precise in flight maneuvers and then transitioning into a horizontal position and descending back towards the ground before successfully returning to a vertical position final touchdown eight seven. Six five four. Three two one ignition at c. Two who's prepared for section thirty five s you wanted. lvs plus thirty seconds starship. Ten has liftoff incentive to ten kilometers on its test flight from boca chica and cameron county taxes. Coming up on plus two minutes. We're getting ready to transition from three to two engines firing on starship. We'll be shutting one engine off. That's intentional t plus three minutes and counting starship coming up on eight kilometers altitude. We're getting ready to shut down the second engine. This is intentional. Coming up on t plus four minutes. We're ten kilometers. We've gone into the hover. We're still being powered by the single raptor. Engine t plus four minutes and forty seconds. Starship has transitioned. Its flip to the horizontal mode beginning the descent back to the landing zone coming up on five minutes. Forty five seconds were down below two kilometers with preparing to light three raptor engines to begin to flip sequence. It'll come innate with landing on the landing pad in boca chica. Third time's a charm. As the saying goes we've had a successful soft touchdown on the landing pad. That's camping a beautiful test. Flight of starship turn as a reminder of the key point of today's test flight was together the date on controlling the vehicle while reentering and we were successful in doing so. We had a nominal asset. We had the maneuver to play starship. One we reached ten kilometers right on time and then during the subsonic entry it appears we had good control of the vehicle using the front and aft flaps as we approach the landing pad. We successfully lit the three raptor engines to perform that maneuver. And then we shut down two of them and landed on the single engine as planned a beautiful soft landing of starship on the landing pad at boca chica. Texas team has several more sub orbital test vehicles and build with number eleven ready to roll out to the pad in the very near future. It looked like a spectacular success. Things were not as good as they seemed during the landing. Three of the six landing legs failed. They just hung there and wobbled as the thing descended and they provided no support at all once the arctic will reach the ground that resulted of the spacecraft having a noticeable till once it came to rest then almost ten minutes after touchdown those a sudden puff of black smoke near the base of the rocket at the same time observers realized that the nose cone had pit krankl that suggests a major internal structural failure and then a massive explosion blowing the vehicle hundreds of meters back up into the air as it ripped apart his how the every astronaut website described what happened. Oh god it just blew up. It just blew up. It just blew up what what just happened. The previous s eight and s nine articles also ended up an explosive failures. That happened after they had landed too heavily. This explosion was very different because of the sequence of events leading up to it. Full investigation will determine what really happened. Originally called the beer foul big falcon rocket. Starship is the culmination of space. X boss elon. Musk stream develop a fully reusable super heavy lift spacecraft capable of carrying one hundred fifty tons of people in chicago orbit at one hundred tons on missions to the moon and an interplanetary journeys across the solar system. Musk says he sees starship very much as a colonial transport system technically starship is the upper stage of a two stage lord system the two hundred and thirty on first stage called the super heavy sixty eight meters long nine meters in diameter and construct that a stainless steel. It'll be powered by thirty. Seven liquid may find an oxygen propelled raptor rocket engines providing seventy two megan unions or sixteen million pounds of thrust the one hundred and twenty ton. Opera starship stage is fifty meters long. Also nine meters wide and we'll be powered by six liquid methane and oxygen propellant. Rep the rocket engines. Three configured fatness furry operations and three for the vacuum of space at full frost though deliver approximately twelve thousand killing two million six hundred thousand pounds of thrust starship equipped with its own retractable landing gear allowing rocket assisted. Vertical landings the things. They were testing. Prior to this latest explosion spacex plans on using starship to replace the company's existing falcon nine and falcon heavy loan systems as well as its dragging capsules with the first flight. Slated for twenty twenty three this space time still to come rocket labs electron rocket gets a big brother and later in the science report. Johnson and johnson's single-dose covid nineteen vaccine gets fda approval. All that and much more still to come.

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"hurricane" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"hurricane" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"With. I get it. Andrew is a real hurricane. The devastation was was real. It was like widespread that the hurricane did a loop de loop around the entire american south like it hit pretty much. Every coastal stated could makes sense the next location card however said gulfport alabama fascinating choice. Super fascinating choice. Because for those of you don't know gulfport is a real city it. It's in mississippi. State that i have a my heart is very connected to. My wife is from mississippi. I spent six years of my life in mississippi. It's a good state full of okay. People get passed over a lot in weather reporting for some reason. They they refer to as the landmass new orleans and alabama and so it feels particularly egregious to pick an actual city from mississippi and to place it an alabama for seemingly. No reason did they think it was gulf shores. I'd like there's even a moment at the national weather service the first fifteen minutes of the movie which to be clear they make the national weather service like the counterterrorism unit. Twenty four. this movie. The national weather service looks like a call center. Like it doesn't it doesn't look like a set from twenty four. The national weather service like it has a whole cast of characters and like people that we think we're gonna care about and then they're never they're seeing one more time just to say man. That character really was right to say that the storm was gonna be real bad. And then that's it. Why are there. These characters had a whole thing. One of them was on a diet. Like yeah this is clearly had a thing going on. I would have been happy to have seen more of them. Real weird real weird move. However i'm just wondering if you're going to set your hurricane based movie in the south just make a town you don't want to steal the name of a town and then put it in a different state for some reason..

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