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Atlantic hurricane season ends with 14 named storms

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

Atlantic hurricane season ends with 14 named storms

"It's farewell to the Atlantic hurricane season. I'm Lisa dwyer. The Atlantic hurricane season that had 14 named storms has officially ended, leaving residents in the Florida keys to celebrate, even as others around Florida and Puerto Rico continued to grapple with the damage caused by hurricanes, Ian Nicole and Fiona. The 2022 season had an unusually calm first half but made up for that with three destructive hurricanes in the second half, ending the season with an average number of named storms, the official season runs from June 1st until November 30th. I'm Lisa dwyer

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Marc Morano: Health Groups Jumped on the Opportunity for Lockdowns

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 5 d ago

Marc Morano: Health Groups Jumped on the Opportunity for Lockdowns

"Was specifically duped by Deborah birx and Anthony Fauci. She writes about this in her book. And we've now had freedom of information act request. We can see where they literally gleefully even smiling in the photo when they duped Trump into doing the 15 days or to slow the spread. They knew at that point that it was never going to be 15 days. She admits it in her book. They literally lied to Trump just to get that power and get that premise set. So democratic governors could go. But specifically, it goes back to these simulations. The Rockefeller institute, the World Health Organization, Johns Hopkins University, the Gates Foundation. They all had to say, and essentially empowering the public health bureaucracy. So for decades, they'd been seeking more power, more influence. And that's why these simulations that they had sort of give you a window into what they wanted. They were bonkers simulations. Again, there's the openly talk about shutting down the global Internet in these. They talk about total lockdown, and they even talk about the pushback and they have fake news cast. I mean, they put a lot of time and money and thought into this. So in the under the motto of never let a crisis go to waste when COVID came along, they jumped on what they'd always wanted to do. And let me give you an example. The same way when we have a bad hurricane climate activist, jump on that hurricane. The same way when you have a school shooting, gun control advocates, jump on the, you know, the political aspect. There was the same thing here, except the difference was they had power and success far beyond any previous progressive campaign. I think in U.S. history, there's nothing that ever was that fast. That quick, that permanent, and that all powerful that we saw in March of 2020. It became a dictator. And that's because they used fear and the specter of death. Yes.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last week

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm Ben Thomas, on a big day in college football and the big game had Ohio State hosting Michigan. Then in cap on how it played out. CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23 JJ McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Job's not finished. We got so much more to do. CJ Stroud sauce for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. Number one, Georgia overcame a slow start to beat Georgia Tech 37 14 and finish another undefeated regular season one number four TCU crushed Iowa state 62 14. But Michigan's decisive victory over Ohio State does offer some hope for playoff aspirants. Correspondent Mark Myers reports in USC took a giant step closer with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams encountered for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 in one Trojans. Williams is now considered the leading candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy. But LSU tripped up falling to Texas a and M 38 23 head coach Brian Kelly. We just, for some reason, we're off today. In Clemson lost by a point to South Carolina, Alabama took the iron bowl 49 27 over auburn, coach Nick Saban says, despite two losses, the crimson tide merit playoff consideration. This team didn't give up on themselves. They didn't give up on each other. They kept fighting and won some tough games. Tennessee thrashed Vanderbilt 56 to nothing while Oregon state stunned Oregon 38 34. In the NBA, the raptures Lakers rockets and sons all winners, the NHL, oilers, hurricanes, blues, Maple Leafs, Devils, islanders, avalanche and Canucks at the World Cup Argentina over Mexico, France towns, Denmark, Australia beat Tunisia and Poland topped Saudi Arabia. Ben Thomas AP sports.

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Pesce's 1st goal of season lifts Hurricanes past Flames 3-2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Pesce's 1st goal of season lifts Hurricanes past Flames 3-2

"The Carolina hurricane scored twice on the power play earning a three two win at home over the Calgary flames, snapping a 5 game losing streak. Forward Seth Jarvis said the hurricanes took advantage of their opportunities. Obviously we had a we had a few chances and I mean, it's nice to capitalize on them. Trailing two one of the second flames forward Tyler to fully tied the game with a breakaway goal passed hurricanes goalie auntie ransa. In the third, hurricanes defenseman Brett Pesci would break the tie with the power play goal. His first tally of the season. Dan vladar made 30 saves for the flames. Dennis Cox, Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Lots of sports options on Black Friday

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

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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Packed Black Friday sports schedule

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last week

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

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

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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Vejmelka logs shutout as Coyotes beat Hurricanes 4-0

AP News Radio

00:20 sec | Last week

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 | 2 weeks ago

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 | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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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"hurricanes" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

05:21 min | 2 months ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"It's my band I really don't like. Sorry, Mark. Box of rain, the Grateful Dead. Act like the Grateful Dead. He's like Lou, you got to listen to him like a jazz band. I'm like, yeah, like a bad jazz band. And he listened to Bob Dylan before the great day. I really do. So you would have gone to see Dylan and the dead on tour. Scott I don't know. That's the death of double bills right there. That's only worth it. If someone handed me a Grateful Dead album and a Bob Dylan album, it's fucking Bob Dylan all day. That's tough. And I'd like it. I like about four or 5 recorded songs from that classic recorded era of working men's dead or but in that, you know, okay, I worked with a guy who put the live shares on her work. I'm like, please. It's not happening. But one time you put one on, I said, this is the dead, right? I said, they're almost coherent. He goes, this is that classic live show from the capitol theater wherever. Or Roosevelt stadium in New Jersey in 1976. It was good. I gotta say, I mean, as much as I don't like them. So they sent a coach. I said, wow, they sounded good. What happened? They played good, you know? But I hear you, man. Yeah. I know a downer, man. I'm sorry. That's all right. So give me one more. Let's head down and up. The Beatles rain. Max said, Mark Smith commented and I started listening to a dead tune when I started to get sick a week ago. It's still on. It made you sick. It's still playing. I can hear those screaming wailing out of tune backup vocals now, Mark. Oh, that's funny. You must be feeling. I hope he is. He better be ready for next week. Best driving songs. A favorite driving songs. So let's move on. Since this hurricane is called Ian, we're gonna get hound and see, see what we have for a list, your list, my list of famous rockstars or musicians or with the name Ian. Okay? All right. I'll start off. Okay. Mark Smith says, I'm back, bitches. We're evidently you're not, Mark. Because you're not on the screen. You're not on the screen. That's right. You're back when you're on the fucking screen. Got that hot compress on his head right now. He's wrapped in a shawl. And you know it's next to him. Steve Perry's layout. Talk to the clothes, Mark. He's got a Steve. He's got a mannequin dressed like Steve Perry. I know he does. Or maybe Steve Wilson from porcupine tree. We love you, buddy. I'll start off with Ian Curtis, the late, great, would have been super great. Ian Curtis from joint division.

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"hurricanes" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"Is Noah's hurricane field program director. And now for some related links. Noah has images and graphics of all these new tools and resources to learn more about their program. For example, you can watch a video of a sail drone as it rides out the category four hurricane Sam last year. That's all on our website, marketplace tech dot org. And while Noah is working on improving hurricane predictions, fema, the federal.

"hurricanes" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

04:59 min | 7 months ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"And welcome into Pope bear episode 95. No more players. We're doing this until 100. No more players. I am of Marino. That is Connor Ryan Connor. What is up? Evan, doing well. How are you doing? Doing great. Doing great. And I think the people are going to be listening to this going, oh no, this is coming before an elimination game. Hopefully people have warmed back up to you after your curse has been thrown on the bruins ever since you've done those live postgame shows. Hopefully just going to stop doing the postgame shows is what I think we figured out what the crux of the issue is. It isn't secondary scoring. It isn't bad stats. It's not getting to an early deficit. To me on the postgame shows. Now that I think addressed that, I'm no longer going to be on those. I'll be there in spirit. I'll be watching. I'm not participating in them. I think maybe we found out how the bruins can get past Carolina on this first round here. Connor, you are not getting out of work that easily. This is not how this is having run this by my HR department. Aka me. But anyways, yes, hopefully people are warming back up after the curse. I think the podcasts are safe, right? We've decided this. I mean, I think the person has done pretty well ever since we've been podcasting about them. So I think the podcasting is A-okay safe. But this is coming right before your list. This is coming out the day of game 6. And the bruins for those who have been living under a rock are down three to two in this series. Things are not looking very, very great. It's funny how in a playoff series how things switch so quickly. Right after game four, it's like, oh my God, the bruins are going to do this after game 5. Oh my God, this might not happen. And the one reason people are thinking this is not going to happen is because a familiar flaw is coming back to bite this team and that is the good old secondary scoring decided it wasn't going to show up in game 5. It's been a little weird all series. Especially in games three and four where it was sort of that I mean aside from the shorthanded goal, the top line was really kind of caring, play there for a bit. It goes away in game 5, which happens. Have them score four points every game. Familiar flaw back in the fold. Yeah, very frustrating. I think when you look at the bruins. And again, every team goes through it when you get to the playoffs where things grind down and the amount of real estate you have to work with and the offensive zone isn't there..

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"hurricanes" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"Happens, you will know about it. I'll maybe put it out on Twitter. Anyways, without further ado, here's my conversation. With Connor Ryan..

"hurricanes" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"But I feel like we don't talk enough. And it's maybe because Carolina just does things better than the Maple Leafs, but we don't talk enough about the fact that the bruins have also dominated the dominated the hurricanes in the postseason in the past bunch of years. It's not just the Maple Leafs. Like the hurricanes, they've also beat twice. And up in the boat, I know it was a sweep in 2019, the conference final. But in the bubble, was it 5 games? I think it was 5 games, wasn't it? They won one Carolina one one, and then that was that. Over time, that one game, they have the game that came down two goals in the third period to win. I think it was 5 games. Because that was a series where game one was at like 11 a.m. after the Burton was the broker on double OT win. Yep. So that was that series. So again, I think Carolina strikes me as a team that's been there enough now that they're on the doorstep of like actually going deep and having real success. So that's kind of my biggest worry with this series of the bruins. But that's something we can kind of touch on maybe later as it gets closer with the previews. And all that stuff. I think the one big thing, one of the biggest things about this series is it's way better to go through the metro than it does to go through the Atlantic. Because now in the Atlantic, you set up a scenario where the Maple Leafs and the lightning hit the hell out of each other. And the Panthers can get their can get knocked around by the capitals for a full series or potentially the penguins are probably going to be the capitals. And you kind of avoid that. That's not too terrible. I mean, as much as I wanted them to play the Maple Leafs for like fun and for the teams, strategically, it's better to let the Atlantic teams beat the hell out of each other. Yeah, no, absolutely. I look at it, I think we've made that analogy before where it was going to be a tough road anyway, but it's kind of similar to the Celtics going into this playoff series against the nets where it's like, all right, they could very well lose in round one. Like the team they were going against should be good. And Carolina is good. So this room scene could lose in the first round and people can be very disappointed in that. Or they could get past them and all of a sudden the road opens up a little bit. Granted, that means round two you're going up against either Pittsburgh or the rangers who I wrote last weekend that I think the rangers are probably the best matchup for the bruins just because they're relatively pedestrian at even strength play. That being said they have shirts turkey, who could win a series by himself. So whichever way you look at it, it's going to be tough. But as you said, if you get past Carolina, you play against teams like New York or Pittsburgh and as you said on the other side of the bracket, you have these teams kicking the crap out of each other. You get out of round one at the very least one of tamper Toronto is going to be out of the picture. Most likely tune in advances is probably going to be banged up..

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"hurricanes" Discussed on NOVA Now

NOVA Now

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on NOVA Now

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"hurricanes" Discussed on NOVA Now

NOVA Now

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on NOVA Now

"Meaning. How strong they become. Hurricane is a technically something we call a tropical cyclone. Frank marks has been a research meteorologist for forty two years. At noah the national oceanic and atmospheric administration he directs the hurricane research division for noah's atlantic oceanographic and meteorological laboratory the kind of form over oceans in the pacific and atlantic and the indian ocean typically in the summer art of the year for that hemisphere when the oceans are the warmest day are relatively rare typically on the globe any year. There's between ninety and one hundred tropical. Cyclones that varies very little. It hasn't changed much over the time i've been studying. In mark says that though north atlantic hurricanes are causing more damage than in the past. That's not necessarily because they're more intense. You know we've had very intense tropical. Cyclones almost back to our wreckage. Go back to the eighteen fifties. And so there's been immense storms doing a lot of damage. The problem is that population has shifted and so our risk of damage has gone up tremendously. Plus there's been a demographic population shift towards the coastlines. The warmer climates as we develop things like air conditioning and got rid of malaria. You know people have migrated towards the tropics so even though there is no noticeable change in the actual storms. If there is it's very slight. I haven't seen it in forty years. We have made a dramatic change in the way we live which has made us extremely vulnerable. You know the lifestyle we have the amount of property we put it into the storms potential pats. The areas of the most growth in the united states has been in hurricane. Marriage is universal agreement because the date is absolutely uncontroversial that there's huge increases in hurricane damage. All around the world here again is kerry emanuel. But there's also universal agreement that most were maybe all of that signal is demographic it's not meteorological climatological. It's just that the the world's population expos to hurricanes has tripled since nineteen seventy. That's not just in the us. It's all around the world so you have more people living in places with hurricanes. You're going to get more damage. But what about the idea that climate change is making a storms more intense and dangerous is such a change actually showing up in our observations of real storms over the last few decades carry manual thinks. This kind of change could be hard to see. Because compared to models real world data are noisy the theoretical prediction of increase. Intensity is such that we would only expect the signal to emerge from the noise about now wouldn't have emerged twenty years ago for example the fact that we haven't unequivocally seen a signal compared to the noise is no reason to disregard the risks. That were a long ago predicted and rely on very very solid physics. Most of our observations come from the north atlantic but that only accounts for about twelve percent of the world's hurricanes it's not like scientists decided by vote but there are some things that we feel. We know very well like hurricanes ought to produce more ring and other kinds of storms as the temperature increases. It's just such simple physics. It's very hard to argue against it. There is a tendency among some people dealing with this problem to treat. Climate change is a problem of signal detection and attribution would. It isn't the whole story by any means. I'd like to say that if we had ten years of climate records which would be horrible we would still be fairly confident about stating that we are putting ourselves at rick's of worse damage from hurricanes just based on simple theory and models but despite all the noise some studies are seeing a clear signal like one published last year based on satellite data from nineteen seventy nine to two thousand seventeen. It's very tricky. Because satellites have improved over time as part of this study atmospheric research scientists james p. khasan along with other researchers actually degraded the quality of the modern satellites to match that of the older satellites. And when he looked at that what he found specifically was that the proportion of hurricanes that reach high category i- saffir-simpson category three four five has been increasing over time in a statistically significant way. The skill that's generally used to characterize hurricane strength was developed in the nineteen seventies by engineer. Herbert saffir in meteorologist robert simpson henson's name the saffir-simpson scale and it is exclusively based on the maximum sustained wind speed and hurricane. Daniel swain is a climate scientist with the institute of the environment and sustainability at ucla. So you get a category one. Two three four or five storm based only on what the maximum sustained wind in that particular storm is but a hurricane strength is more than its wind speed so the current scale says swain isn't perfect okay. Back to carry manual and that study showing that the proportion of hurricanes reaching high category number on the saffir-simpson scale is increasing. And i think that's an important results the first time we've seen that signal we didn't really expect to see it until about now in this very noisy and in somewhat deficient data but again it was it is coupled with a strong theoretical prediction. That that is what we should see and so when you take them together. It's a pretty strong case that we have a pretty high risk of more intense hurricanes so the physics is pretty clear. According to everything we know about how the atmosphere and the oceans work as the planet's temperature rises hurricanes are supposed to get more intense but when it comes to knowing exactly how much that's already happening. The current data are messier are telling a less obvious story. What we do know is hurricanes are causing more damage to us we. Humans interacting with these disasters are what caused the suffering. Catherine heyhoe again. So if a hurricane never hit land would it be disaster. If we didn't live along the coastline would a hurricane be a disaster. No we'd be like oh a hurricane hit hundred miles over there but we live over here putting ourselves in harm's way is what causes the suffering and often for many people. They don't have a choice. it's not like they can choose where they live. And whether it's in houston or miami or new york or whether it's in mumbai or madagascar it's always the people who already have the short end of the stick who are suffering the most from these impacts and these vulnerabilities says heyhoe will intensify with climate. Change we've had hurricanes on this planet before we had humans so it isn't that climate change is creating hurricanes. It's taking something that already exists and making it a lot worse. Climate change is what the us military now calls a threat multiplier. It takes every other.

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"hurricanes" Discussed on NOVA Now

NOVA Now

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" 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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"hurricanes" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"We have some amazing stuff coming up. Page know dean murphy and his student outreach group in industry street team they're they're reading pru s books to elementary kids and now chris great which by the way audience needs some help with that so if you liked idea of us volunteer our time going to elementary schools middle schools and high schools and teaching pro oil and gas science literature. Let me know what. I'm looking for his budget. We bought these books out of our pocket. I don't mind doing that. But north of me to scale a need some more money to buy more prolonged gas books. We have the books identified. We have the schools agree and for our people come into retail elementary kids. The middle schools agreed for us coming in teaching geology using jello which is awesome and a high school kids agreed. Green first communion show and big data sets of how the only athens. She works but a little bit of help. If you want help us reach out to our world. Young people start changing this negative public perception thing that we've been on. Please let me know identity. Launch a podcast show mark. We did lots of new podcast. Leslie i mean. I feel like this happening like every other month. It's luke corporate solutions podcasts. Legit here with joe. Joe's incredible he has such a dry sense of humor that sometimes you're not sure if he's being funny or not true. It's my favorite beautiful. Funny super telit. Great guy shows out. Go listen to put a lincoln a show notes and it's not an ever gotten some pushback on this it's not it's not a renewable show. It is a show about low-carbon solutions. Really whether that luke probably are loser is something to do with hydrocarbons or something to do with geothermal some it doesn't matter. We're talking lukewarm solution. Good shogo check it out speaking to check and stuff out We're starting to book with speaking gigs. Like in person Like myself or any other experts. Come to your conference. Your trade show re toward in the year so your sales leaders marking leaders. Think about your kickoff next year would love to come out there. It's loads of fun. People always enjoy it. Reach out to be happy to share details and then first friday. Qna you know the drill right in question if we use your question on the air you've been shoutout. The goal is to help. Educate your peers and you go to booth all yeses week dot com.

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"hurricanes" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"The grid cannot get from The current generation of electricity in california read between the lines enough win none of solar to get to bring natural gas back now. Guess what state is starting to try to ban the use natural gas california so we that like a month ago so the reason it's to the california department of water resources doing this is because the california department water resources considered critical and so they can buy stuff that breaks law if it's considered if it's critical to california so here's california making laws that they can't have any more natural gas fired power plants. All said. they don't have enough electricity there. The the the state's habits are hot. They don't have pumps to put the water the fires on making that good and so they have to find a way around their own league league so they can actually go by these plants and this is exactly what what's happening this historic drought. That california's going through doesn't help anything in so newsom needs to go man well. You love you california's just don't move here always open y'all oklahoma's always open all right so. Api updates pipeline sipe cybersecurity standard. So it's cool about this if you read through it. It's a good article if you're if you're into the business side of cybersecurity but they said that they've been working on this for seven years and i'm thinking that colonial pipeline hack a few months ago didn't have anything to do with this so basically If you if you don't know our pipelines considered a critical infrastructure by the us government ex-. We have to have a way to fuel. A war machine gets that bad plus. You're seeing things happen. Natural disasters where people need fuel for their cars generators and all that sort of stuff. And so what happens is api has looked into the hacks. It's happened recently. They put together a hit team of. It security experts from government experts. And then. they've they've come up with these recommendations the standards if you will For cyber skirting around pipelines. And if you don't know who. Api is american petroleum institute. They set the standards for almost everything. There is offshore. If you go off she wash your hands. That soup is met some type of api standard. I can't tell you how many binders recommended practices. I had my office. And i still have some. But they're probably a little dated always. Api recommended practice seventy five. Which is what was the direct result of mcconnell disaster right and thank goodness the government with the group. Api of their own way. This this is good work. It took a while to get there. I do think it's cool to act like the pipeline hacks that happened Just recent had nothing to do with this but this is something that api needs to do and this is something we are talking about earlier. I don't the government stepping in around cybersecurity. Private groups like api to work with government experts and come up with best practices for the pipeline. Guys which is exactly what this is. What's next we'll afghanistan. Situation have bearing on global oil crisis. So this is interesting so afghanistan of course produces zero hydrocarbons right. We're country can't pretty much of anything came feed itself you see what's going on with american withdrawal I don't want to go down that route. I could literally spend three hours talk about what's wrong with all of that. But what's interesting about this is you. Don't think afghanistan's would have whatever's going to afghanistan politically would have zero effect on the price oil but that is not true in the reason. Is that true. She has to be really careful about telephone..

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"hurricanes" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"Pros who went quickly heater finger on the pulse of the industry. Thanks for joining us for episode. Two hundred and forty-two hey mark don't even know where to start what's going on in the world right now between afghanistan and hurricane ida my heart's pretty broken forever and you'll meet to do to give a big shot up to our partner airlines. When things i think is really cool is all this stuff is gonna afghanistan. You see all the newsreels about the military evacuate and people. I do want to give a big shout out to our partner. United airlines you've been seen on tv how the military's been evacuating people like crazy which you may not know. A lot of private companies are also evacuate in the citizens and the refugees. Mass ghanistan included united airlines. So far they've managed applaud. Fifteen hundred people that you'll see that the news so big shout out to the united airlines. They're cruiser employees families for doing something. That's a bit risky. But it was the right thing for them to do. So they're getting people out of there. We'll keep our fingers crossed from everybody out there. And we also had some servicemen just recently so quick moment of silence for afghanistan and also for the us marines and seamen and soldiers that we've lost just recently all right. Let's get to news stories. Page all right so Oil companies evacuate employees slash production ahead of hurricane ida. They learned listening katrina. So everybody's a shut down the wills We're looking at about one dot six million barrels of production. That are off line right now. The hurricane just made it through the gulf on. There's a bunch of rumors floating around that. That i just want to type. Try to qualify. You're so one that's going around right now. Is that the shells. More platform has become. A moored is now floating around. That is not true. Just heard from the coast guard that the shells more platform is in is in three thousand feet of water properly more down same way with the ursula and the olympics platforms so all the platforms are in place. I did hear that there might have been a noble drilling boat that capsized. Luckily all those people are safe on. There were some injuries. Think reminder so it looks like the at least what's happening so far at least the the operators in the gulf of mexico like your by safe looks like most of the production. That's offline will come back online. The biggest thing page now is what refineries are down in the gulf coast can be brought back up and we'll reporter that as soon as we have some information on that..

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"hurricanes" Discussed on 1A

1A

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on 1A

"You. You help communities. Think about disaster mitigation strategies. But how does planning work when you go to sleep with a category two storm and then you wake up to a category four. it's really challenging and It's as the other guests have have discussed earlier. It's increasingly an issue. This rapid intensification Situation that we have Mitigation can only do so much in a situation like that we would really love to see. mitigation that is coated to To protect communities against these These higher category hurricanes But you know in the in in the you know in the event that that hasn't been done yet or it's still in the works We just need to continue to be really diligent about doing what we need to do to prepare ensuring that evacuation plans are in place and just being aware that rapid intensification of these storms is something that we need to. We need to be aware for me to prepare communities to to help feel west. Now we're in a state where we're not even sure what the full extent of the damage is from ida. How long can these types of assessments take it can. it can take a a while it's A lot of the work just there. There's sort of need to be Some conditions in place for some of those damage assessments to to even be done safely I don't have a specific. Kind of timeline In my head right now but you know it. In a smaller event it can take days. It could take up two weeks Or even potentially longer than that depending on the accessibility of certain areas. What types of natural defenses do some areas have against hurricanes well. Some of the natural defenses are barrier islands and dune structures and so forth. But the more we've all been talking about the more that we live and build a in the immediate coastal areas and the more we deal with sea level rise. The more people that live in harm's way The more we encroach upon The areas that are our defense mechanism. We have less buffer between us in the storms and so we are were living right on the precipice of where hurricanes bring their full brunt of wind and water and so that means number one. You have to build more resilient you have to build better build back better so that you can withstand the forces of the storm if you're going to build their you have to be insured for the losses that could happen if you're going to build there and you have to be ready and willing and able to get people out of harm's way when the storms come to these very vulnerable coastal and inland areas and that means sometimes especially in rapid intensification scenarios. That you're sometimes there's going to be false alarms and we have to start taking more preliminary steps sooner so that when the forecast does get even more dire That we can make those final steps now because the rap intensification forecasts in this particular case. We're actually pretty good. Just say you know more than a day in advance to forecast cat for and have storm surge warnings. Go up a day and a half and storm surge watches. Go up two days ahead of time. There was time to react and we have to take more action. Be more proactive. Sooner in where and how we build and where and how we evacuate but that brings up a question amanda about evacuation. Because i think there's an assumption that people can just up and leave and not. Everyone has access to the resources necessary to make that kind of move. They may not have transportation. They may be an elder Living on their own in not the kind of support that's necessary so How does that piece of it fit into conversations about evacuation really important that we recognize the limitations that many people have on their ability to evacuate some of them as you mentioned the lack of access to a personal vehicle Needs related to to mobility other functional needs the need to continue working and the inability to Be able to Pay rent if if you do evacuate those are all major issues with evacuation. And i think that It's the first step is just recognizing that that's an issue. I know that there's there certainly been planning efforts in in many places to To take those evacuation considerations into account and look at providing Some other options including public transit to to help people evacuate And certainly More work needs to be done there and want to end with just thinking from each of you about what people should be considering if they're in the region in in the days and weeks ahead and maybe thinking longer term about being prepared for the next storm that comes through rick. I'll come to you. I know first of all in the immediate aftermath here again. We've run the numbers and the The dangers are just about as high in the aftermath and the the cleanup as they are from the storm itself so again proper generator use operating those outdoors and helping people not over exert and avoiding accidents and heart attacks and heat exhaustion. That's really important but also longer term. We gotta realize the hurricane seasons only half over we gotta keep our hurricane plans in place and that sounds like a cliche but the more you think ahead about what you're gonna do. The easier and more possible evacuation and other. Preparations are and then building better more resilient because we can withstand the forces of the wind and water better than we do if we build for it and that requires a lot of investment from the government to help folks do that but we saw with the risk reduction system around new orleans. How that's possible to your thoughts. I i'd like to echo a lot of that. Certainly if you are still in the area continued to listen to local officials and follow recommendations and as we look forward to recovery Instead of taking an approach where we go back to normal really thinking through how we can protect these communities more effectively from disasters in the future. Professor marshall a professorship. I'll give you the last word to sa- few seconds here. yeah absolutely. We've got out of box in terms of how we plan for evacuations. Are we've got a generation of rapidly dividing storms and battery systems. We in the infrastructure doesn't have to be what we know it to be but what we think it can be. That's professor marshall shepherd. He's director of the university of georgia's atmospheric scientists program also with us today. Rick nab a hurricane expert with the weather channel and amanda savitt a disaster researcher in the executive director of the center for climate adaptation research. She's also postdoctoral appointee at argonne national laboratory as.

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"hurricanes" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on BrainStuff

"This episode is brought to you by discover spending more on groceries this past year. A wanting to order some weekday takeout. Whether you're spending on the essentials like groceries or even splurging on dinner from your favorite local restaurant do so with your discover credit card because only discover automatically matches all the cash. Back you've earned at the end of your first year and it's so easy to earn cashback since discover card is accepted at ninety nine percent of places in the us that take credit cards when it comes to discover get used to hearing yes more often learn more at discover dot com slash match limitations apply 2021 neilson report humanity has accomplished a whole lot so far we created penicillin the automobile and the internet not to mention drones duct tape and the hot dog. It's all thanks to the power of human connections and ringcentral here to make that even easier more seamlessly and securely on a platform built to grow your business. Say hello to a whole new way to say hello visit ringcentral dot com and say hello to possibilities ringcentral message video phone together. Humanity has accomplished a whole lot so far we created penicillin the automobile and the internet not to mention drones duct tape and the hot dog. It's all thanks to the power of human connections and ringcentral here to make that even easier more seamlessly and securely on a platform built to grow your business. Say hello to a whole new way to say hello visit ringcentral dot com and say hello to possibilities ringcentral message video phone together. Welcome to brainstorm production of iheart brain steph. Lauryn bogle bomb here. High above earth's north pole solar winds whipped through the ionosphere in a gargantuan storm that reigned electric precipitation. The entire thing happened over several hours and satellites passing over. The area were disrupted by the unexpected changes in the geomagnetic field. Meanwhile the world moved on below unaware of the tumultuous events occurring at the edge of space while the sounds like a great setup for your next science fiction binge on netflix. it's a real phenomenon. A space hurricane after hypothesizing that such high atmospheric meteorology might be possible. Scientists now have proof that hurricanes occur in different levels of earth's atmosphere as reported in the journal nature communications in february of two thousand twenty one scientists observed and documented the first phenomenon of its kind which they dubbed a space hurricane. But what exactly is that. A space hurricanes have likely happened before in the history of our planet and will likely occur again. So it's helpful to know what causes them and how similar they are to the lower atmospheric hurricanes that we know more about according to the research published by a team of international scientists. The first documented space hurricane occurred on august twentieth of twenty fourteen high in the upper atmosphere. A spiral of plasma stretching more than six hundred miles. That's a thousand kilometers across swirled above the magnetic north pole for nearly eight hours while it was invisible to human eyes whether satellites were affected and tipped researchers off to the activity. It was observed way up in the ionosphere so called because it's the part of earth's atmosphere. That's ionized a meaning. It contains electrically charged particles. The ionosphere stretches across a few of the outermost levels of atmosphere and though its boundaries shift from day to day and season to season it's generally from around fifty to four hundred miles up that's about eighty two six hundred fifty kilometers for the article. This episode is based on. How stuff works spoke with brian. Ladda and accuweather meteorologist who specializes in astronomy and space coverage. He explained like many space weather phenomena. Charged particles from the sun interacted with earth's magnetic field to spark the space hurricane. This phenomenon is likely being called a hurricane due to the way it spins similar to a tropical cyclone since it was observed over the north pole. I was a little surprised that they didn't nickname it. Space vortex match the viral weather term polar vortex so considering that they were given a shared name space and earth hurricanes must be similar right in fact they do have some aspects in common but they're also quite different in addition to their shape Both have an i at the center and armbands of storm activity. Space and earth hurricanes are similar in another important way. They both have precipitation. Lodha said hurricanes that we are familiar with have liquid precipitation rain while space hurricanes have electric precipitation that can create stunning aurora however the aurora caused by the specific space hurricane may have gone unnoticed by people on the ground as it occurred during the summer in the northern hemisphere the worst time of year to look for aurora since the days far outlast the nights. Here's hoping the next one will occur during the winter months so that we can enjoy the show. The biggest difference between the two types of hurricanes is the altitudes at which they occur as i said earlier. Space hurricanes can be found dozens or hundreds of miles up in the ionosphere. In contrast normal hurricanes occur in the troposphere. That's where we live. It's the layer of earth's atmosphere that stretches from the ground to just around five to nine miles up. That's around eight to fourteen kilometers. The range happens because different. Parts of the troposphere are thicker or thinner depending on where in the world you are. It's the thinnest at the polls. So these space hurricane was you know a lot closer to space. It was also huge compared to an earth hurricane at more than six hundred miles wide. That's roughly twice. The average diameter of hurricanes that happened in the troposphere. So what caused the space hurricane. Scientists aren't quite sure yet but there are some theories. The main one concerns the electromagnetic conditions in two thousand. Fourteen of the son was at the maximum of its. Most recent eleven year cycle and august was a time of quote low solar and otherwise loggia magnetic activity according to the research published in nature communications. This low activity in the ionosphere was likely similar to hurricane conducive conditions that help create hurricanes on earth. How stuff works also spoke with accuweather senior meteorologist and astronomy blogger. David samuel. He said it seems like it occurs when conditions are quiet. There was very little geomagnetic activity and solar wind was low. This reminds me of hurricanes. Hurricanes need light winds aloft so thunderstorms can form and rotate around a center without the strong winds aloft pulling them away from the center once the centre gets established. The thunderstorms become stronger and stronger. And thus spin faster around the center until strong winds aloft. Pull them apart. So it's likely that the right combination of high atmospheric conditions came together to allow the space hurricane to form and to dissipate when those conditions changed but earth hurricanes can cause lots of damage. should we fear space hurricanes. According to lada space hurricanes are mostly harmless. Though it's possible we could experience the effect of one on earth. He explained if strong enough space hurricane could potentially cause some disruptions on the ground if there are enough charged particles raining down from space in addition to creating aurora it could disrupt. Gps signals radio waves and in extreme cases the power grid however if this event only happens over the polls then the number of power outages would be limited based on the sparse population of the polar region. Having discovered this first one scientists will undoubtedly be trying to determine where and how often space hurricanes occur. But it's likely that we don't need to have too much concern.

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"hurricanes" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"And the fact that it isn't related to the solar cycle that eleven year cycle makes them think that it's probably a little more common than we realize now that we know where to look for. We're going to start noticing them. So they think maybe it has to do with a change in the magnetic field lines where one was like ripped apart and then connected with the neighbor releasing a tremendous amount of magnetic energy. That's one of the explanations i've seen. There's a few others to yeah and you know the Tomorrow your phrase the upshot is is that it's really not going to matter much to us on earth I guess if we had any kind of Space exploration going on during one of these. That probably wouldn't be great. If you're up there right just to guess but they kind of come back with a line that you always hear when it's something that could disrupt satellites is here on. Earth might mess with your. Gps feel like that's always what you hear. Yeah pretty much. Yeah whenever they're satellite interference. it can be problematic. I mean it was a big part of the Space weather episode too. But yeah in. Y2k am i right. Yeah we need to do an episode just on that. I can't wait to do that. Really yeah we're going to pay. The nineties are back are they. From what i understand you know a new seventies disco tech bars opening in atlanta this weekend. Oh sweet when things are feeling really good. I think you in me and emily immediate. I'll go get our studio fifty. Four on i would love that. I'm going to go get some replacement goldfish from my platform shoes. Great because those other ones have been dead for years. You're getting a little gamy. i do. You got anything else about space hurricanes. Nothing else look out for him. It's the new thing. Yeah just this is going to get a follow up when we understand them a little more because they are amazing. So until then this is your introduction to space hurricanes. Hope you enjoyed it. Chuck hope you enjoyed it day pokes you enjoyed it and in space stuff. Short stuff is out stuff you should know is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. My heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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"hurricanes" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" 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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"hurricanes" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" 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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"hurricanes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"hurricanes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Blackhawks in Hurricanes will do battle and then the Black Hawks will play a pared down in Dallas starting on Super Bowl Sunday. With an afternoon killed. But for here and now I've got business to attend to with the group from Carolina. The stage has been set. The boys are on their respective blue lines and lined up for the national anthem without further Ado. Tonight's presentation of the national anthem is probably sponsored by another plumbing company. Proud sponsor of flowers, 911 saluting our soldiers here and abroad and for the anthem, we go down the ice level. We joined the best in the business, Mr Jim Cornelison enjoy the anthem, Hawks fans. All right, guys, Props tried right? Incomparable Jim Cornelison with Our Star Spangled Banner here tonight, Starting lineups in goal for the Carolina Hurricanes. We're gonna be James Reimer 442 with one shutout in his career against the Hawks that defense are Brady shave. And Brett Pesce e up front from left to right. Warren Fogel starts in left wing centering the Hurricanes. Opening line is Captain Jordan Psalm and starting up the right wing is going to be former Blackhawk Tae Bo Carolina for the Blackhawks. It's Kevin Lincoln and starting and gold. Oh, on one of his career against the Carolina Hurricanes. That defense or Duncan, Keith, Annie and Mitchell not front from left to right. The cat, Alex to break it starts it. Left wing Dylan Strome centers, the Hawks opening line and Dominic Kubelik will start at the right wing referees tonight or Tom Smell s Key and Tim Peel the linesman Brad Coma Chick and Tony Sericolo. Night's opening face off a sponsored by Chevy. Dr Chicago calm No one knows your Chevy better than your local Chevy dealer when servicing your car, truck or SUV. Get the job done right the first time and we're underway here at the United Center. Blackhawks control Ian Mitchell, with the puck in front of the bench is we'll dump it down the right side boards into the Carolinas own circles, and it ends up in the near corner. Alex to bring it along. The left wing boards, has it. Tries to poke it deep to the corner. Kubelik effectively removes his man that Shea from the play, but still carries the puck behind the hurricane net where he's met by to break it, And then the puck is scraped around the far side and Pushed out the center ice that by Fogel Hawks get it back in there and hawks will be attacking from our right to our left here in period number one. Mitchell passing to Keith Hawk mine left wing headman past Philip Kerr Chev into the Carolinas own trying to make a play with the puck lost it and Sebastian on hold. The Hurricanes will stick in the Senate race, but ESPN Mark threw it back into the Hawks zone. Album to Han will fire it to separation and Dougie Hamilton took it right back and front in front of the penalty box is fired along, slap shot down in on Kevin Lincoln, and he turned it away. Here's Hamilton Now Hawk Zone, Right point behind the back Pass, Tahoe High slot, laundry shot. He's cars. A minute 15 into the hockey game. Sebastian on whole fires one past Kevin Lincoln and.

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