20 Burst results for "Jeff Hoffman"

Stroman 1-Hit Ball for 8 Innings, Smith Slam, Mets Beat Reds

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Stroman 1-Hit Ball for 8 Innings, Smith Slam, Mets Beat Reds

"Marcus Stroman was terrific in the Mets seven nothing win over the Reds allowing just one hit and one walk while striking out seven over eight innings Stroman gave the bullpen a break after New York starters had worked just five innings over the previous three games any time I could come in and be a huge sense of relief and go deep into games and kind of give up okay and kind of a little bit time to relax especially going into the off day I think that's awesome and I think we'll see those guys we allow fresh from Friday Dominic Smith highlighted the offense with a grand slam following three straight singles by the Mets to begin the third Lewinski or may hit his first home run of the season a two run blast Jonathan V. are also went deep for the Mets who handed the Reds their fifth loss in six games Jeff Hoffman took the loss allowing five runs over four innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Coronavirus in Arizona is weeks coronavirus numbers or reaching record levels with more than 12,000 new cases reported yesterday, State health director Dr Cara Chris tells the MIC room had showed. There's a reason for that. It's likely the first signs of the outcome of Thanksgiving. So we're about 10 days out. That's when we would anticipate to see it in an increasing cases. She says. Hospitals still have room for patients, but they're filling up fast. We're looking at about a 10% available capacity around the state for both ICU and inpatient beds. Doctor Chris also not ruling out the possibility of opening ST Luke's Hospital in Phoenix. If hospitals start running out of room for patients result, the city No. Katie a. Our news the coronavirus Mike is hitting Arizona hospitals. Dr Michael White with Valley Wise Health Medical Center says they have just one I see you bet available. And 10 ICU beds without anyone to staff them. Republican State representative elect Jeff Hoffman tells the MIC broom head show Arizona's election should be be certified due to uncertainty and the possibility of fraud. However, the state Supreme Court ruled there's no evidence of any type of fraud that would undermine the results when it dismissed Arizona GOP Chairwoman Dr Kelly words election lawsuit Tuesday Get an update on traffic live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Here's Larry Lewis, but you have some better news on I 17 we had earlier crash South found near the stack interchange. Looks like that's all clear and things are moving well through that area. Now you do have a wreck in the clearing stages on 43rd Avenue north of Dunlap. And priest north of Railroad. A collision in.

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Slow-moving Hurricane Sally takes aim at Gulf Coast

Here & Now

03:31 min | 2 years ago

Slow-moving Hurricane Sally takes aim at Gulf Coast

"The Gulf Coast is bracing for another hurricane. The National Hurricane Center says Sally, which was a tropical storm has strengthened into a Category one Hurricane Kelly has already been dumping rain on Florida and is likely to strengthen as it heads towards the Louisiana coast. And New Orleans. Joining us now is Jeff Hoffman, director and chief meteorologist at the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network. Jeff Where is Sally now? And what's its track and timing for land landfall? Good afternoon. Jeremy Sally is of course, as you mentioned now Hurricane it's about due south of Pensacola, and it's moving slowly to the West West Northwest and expected to continue strengthening it underwent a rapid intensification cycle this morning. Winds are now gusting well into Hurricane force is expected to potentially come close to a Category two before landfall. On that landfall track has shifted slightly to the East. Because this morning, Gerry the center reformed a bit to the east as well which that tends to happen sometimes when storms undergo rapid intensification landfalls now projected to be somewhere along the southeast coast of Louisiana, southern coast of Mississippi and Alabama sometime Tuesday afternoon to Tuesday night. Emphasis on the word slow. It's a very slow moving system, of course, which will enhance the potential for flooding. That's going to be the big story. I think with now Hurricane Sally well, and Louisiana's governor John Bell. Edwards has already declared a state of emergency for Louisiana, which is still dealing with the damage from Hurricane Laura that made landfall there just three weeks ago with 150 mile per hour winds. Some people still don't have power. Sounds like Sally is not going to be as bad as Laura. In terms of the widespread wind damage likely not that remember every hurricane or every tropical system, not just hurricanes are very unique, imposed their own hazards. This one is a slow moving system. It's goingto produce a prolonged period of life threatening storm surge. For pretty much from the mouth of the Mississippi River all the way over to maybe Pensacola and then because the storm is going to be in the vicinity of the northern Gulf Coast states for two, maybe three days, we're talking. Maybe Wednesday or Thursday before it pulls up into the southern appellations. Very heavy rain inland. Flooding freshwater flooding flash flooding. We're talking about a 2 to 3 Day event here that could produce rain totals in the order of 10 to 20 inches nearer and east of where the center tracks. I'm looking at the National Hurricane Center website right now, and there are 1234567 Systems out there. Not all of them have become even tropical storms yet, but this is a pretty busy season. Yeah. When it comes to records, Where do you begin? I mean, right now we have five tropical cyclones or named storms that is tied for the record a same time on were now only one name away from having to move into the Greek alphabet. Eyes to certainly what they call a hyperactive season and we have broken. I think I'm losing count, but somewhere over 13 or 14 records in terms of the earliest, a particular name storm forms The numbers keep falling that we've had a fairly weak systems Other than Laura and Sally is, of course, a significant threat to the northern Gulf Coast states. But for example, in Florida they've we've missed most of the storms in Florida on DH. There's still a potential we still several more weeks of the peak of hurricane season to go. It is Jeff Hoffman, director and chief meteorologist at the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network. As we keep an eye on Sally, which, as we said, is now a hurricane heading toward the Louisiana Coast, Jeff Thanks as always. All right. Thank you.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Later, we started a music company and we won a grammy for album. We produce started producing TV and we won an emmy in there were moments that will let me tell you this where really hit me we produced an album and grammy and I'm standing on the grammy red carpet a place. I never dreamed of never on my bucket list or anything, and I'm standing there in the surreal moment thinking to myself how could I be so blessed that this moment is actually my. Life Right now, and I thought of something every human being deserves darren red carpet moment. Every human being deserves a chance to feel the way I felt right. Then all that means is nothing to do with red carpets. Grammy's what that means is every human being should have one at a chance in their life to achieve a place where they say I cannot believe this is my life. So what I said was dedicated the rest of my life to trumping as many people as I can have their red carpet moment. Design their life, and it turns out that the tool set of entrepreneurship is the tool set of self-determination change. So when I said was if I can teach as many people as I can so I try to mentor as many people's I can teach them the skillset of entrepreneurship entrepreneurship so they can design their future create the life they wanna live and ultimately find themselves where I did standing in a place where they say I can't believe this is my life while. I love that because we're on a similar mission there that's for certain I want to again remind you of Jeff's book scale proven principles to scale your business..

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Rocky is trying to gain a split, but they're going to need some LoDo magic in the late innings. Padres. 12 of the three So far the Siri's presented by Red Bird Farm's chicken, Find it at your local king Super's Safeway in city market Red Bird Farm's chicken. You can't put a price on great taste. Totti's junior now is Murphy behind him over at first, so he gets off to a little bigger lead. There He goes with the count full and Kozma fouls it back. Always important to add on a course field. Rocky's trying to keep this a five run deficit. And Jeff Hoffman ready with another payoff. Pitch to Eric Hosmer. There goes Todd Jr. This pitch is hit in the air down the right field line. Charging heart is blackened going out. McMahon reaches out the ball is off his glove. It drops fair thought a second base. Not in time. Totti's junior scores And the Padres lead it six to nothing. Flare down that right field line long run for both Blackman and McMahon looked like McMahon got a glove on it on the move. Couldn't have put it in a tougher spot. Charlie wasn't going to get there and Ryan got out there reached out and it looked like it. Hit the thumb part of his gloves. They're hitting blasts and they're hitting bloops. When you're going well with your offense, everything falls. And it'll Bring up Mitch Moreland with Hosmer. At second six. Nothing Padres their ninth hit of the game. And the pitch is inside one ball and no strike straight up double for PA Zimmer. The D H is sixth of the year. Moreland. Tonight is over three. Totti's junior Khun Motor, Canny Course. With two outs running on the 32 pitch. Got a head start to Oh, no Serve swing and a miss is Hosmer or rather Hoffman when aunt went to the change. One ball one strike. Moreland. With his first venture into the National League. Years with Texas years with Boston. Left.

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Hurricane Laura again strengthens, expected to be major hurricane

Here & Now

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Laura again strengthens, expected to be major hurricane

"As it spins toward the Gulf Coast. People in parts of Texas and Louisiana have been ordered to evacuate. And it was a close call with Tropical Storm Marco, which has been downgraded to a tropical depression. Marco made landfall yesterday near the mouth of the Mississippi River. Dumping heavy rain. Jeff Hoffman is director and chief meteorologist of the

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on F-Divorce

F-Divorce

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on F-Divorce

"Jeff Hoffman, how you doing, man? Hey good Jack. How you doing? Not too bad. So at its core Visible man is about men opening up and talking right? Yep. It's about raising awareness to the epidemic of male suicide and and creating a place for wage to raise awareness about men and men's mental health. You've been pretty open about how this idea was sparked because of the end of your marriage and the Fallout. So let's just kind of read the Band-Aid off. Okay and start there. So tell me what happened. Okay, so I guess going with that analogy of ripping off the Band-Aid. I was married for fifteen years from now divorced for about five years and in some ways the end of my marriage was not the ripping off of a Band-Aid. It was a very very slow distancing of emotion. And all of the bad habits that had had a chance to develop over the relationship slowly eroded the marriage. In fact my ex-wife and one of our one of our last discussions that we had before we decided to separate was that she like it's like we're living with a terminally ill cancer patient, but neither one of us has volt that they're going to die. So I came up with the name Visible man because I I felt invisible to be very honest after being married for about ten years. I felt like I was a piece of meat and that was just providing resources for people and that I had no intrinsic value and I think it was reinforced. I'll say it generally and externally and so Visible man is about my journey and demonstrating the fact that men have feelings and it's important to acknowledge them. So you said You piece of meat I want to kind of dive into that. Sure. Yeah, what what exactly do you mean by that? Like what how where did those feelings kind of come from home? So I was the breadwinner for the family and piece of meat I think to me feels like when I think of a piece meat I think of just this doesn't have a soul or a valuable than what it's providing. I guess. I didn't really feel that goes very important. And when I think back to my my marriage I was about thirty-five years old and I remember Googling what is the life expectancy of a man in America so I could understand how much longer it had to tolerate this month? So in terms of a piece of meat, I just didn't feel like I had a value other than what I could provide and so I think it was kind of a cold distant relationship with my cell phone. And I think you know in retrospect I think some of the the ways that I dealt with that it's a surround myself with that type of relationship that would reinforce that so you have children I do I have two teenage daughters. Okay. Yeah. So was it like it's hard to its I'm trying trying to put this towards so was it like you had you know them in their mother and and they were the family and you were just kind of outside of it. That's that's actually a pretty good. I kind of felt that way. Yeah, I kind of felt so where I live we live here because my ex-wife lives here and so my home I am geographically surrounded by my ex-wife's family and my we moved here from my so that my kids and she could be close to them. I would find myself had you know, social situations where I was there because of her or because wage kids and I I feel like outside of it as a good way to put it because it I didn't feel as woven into it. And and I thought I think about it. I don't feel that way. Now, you know, I'm if anything my my divorce with has I have a weighted blanket and when I feel like wage I could say if I wear it like a cape not that I do this necessary much, but you did it's like wearing a heavy coat and then taking it off. That's what divorce felt like for me. But the process absolutely suck but in in the process of taking off that wait, I became myself and my kids could see that so when when we divorce my kids were early teens I think about um without naming the Regis and they my relationship with them has just exploded in a great way because I could be myself and I could be honest with them. And so I think in my marriage I didn't feel like I could be myself off and and I think in remember somebody telling me that I should start a TV show at the end of all this and call it one hundred percent Jeff because within my marriage I wasn't a hundred percent myself the goofiness or the way the vulnerability or the honesty there's a term called I think it's spell year espalier. I forgot how you pronounce it, but it's when you grow a bush and you want to shape it you take scissors and you sniffing. It in the in places to just keep it in the sheet that you want. That's how I felt. I felt like like my ankles were getting sniped at to make sure that I don't go over there and it shaped the way that I behaved in the marriage and my kids can pick up on that and people can pick up on that and so in the process of shedding this false version of myself off. It was like Metamorphosis in every painful way that you can think of it because it's like an exoskeleton that would keep me safe, but it wasn't me what made you feel like you had to kind of not be you in the marriage. Was there anything specific or is it just kind of slowly chipping away, you know in my marriage, for example, I had a lot of little compromises, you know things that at first seemed like well I'm doing this to you know for the good of marriage. Yeah, and then those compromises Thursday. The kind of slowly build and a couple of years and I realized you know, why actually it was after everything was over I realized wow, man. I I completely changed who I was and you know, the things that I would allow to happen at the end. I never would have loaded the beginning but it's just that kind of chipping away. Is that is that how it was for you? That's a pretty good description. Yeah. I think the the you described it as allowing things to happen and making compromises and I think those are a couple of key words because when you allowed or something to happen, you're giving permission to basically move a boundary in some ways and and a compromise to me suggests a bilateral thing like, you know, let today I'll decide where we go to dinner. But tomorrow you will and I think too much allowances creates a lot of resentment if you're not if you're not careful, so for me. Divorced and I say this like in retrospect right this emotionally mentally this process started ten years ago for me. And if I look at what I allowed wage, what compromises I made I now don't tolerate any of.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Yeah you know. I actually interviewed helium. Physicists doctor see Alex young several years ago about solar storms and he pointed out that that our modern electrical grid in particular is just highly vulnerable to this sort of thing. He told me the power grids that we have in the US. And actually all over the world are interconnected in very fragile. If the current large enough it can short out the largest of the transformers which can knock out the power grid over the scale of a country a continent or even across the whole globe a scary. Yeah and It for just a minor Example of the sort of thing Canada's hydro-quebec power grid experienced a similar shock in nineteen eighty nine from particularly powerful son storm and this caused the grid to go down for over nine hours resulting in revenue losses estimated in the hundreds of millions of dollars and that was just the small potatoes compared to something like the Carrington event. Yeah with our earthbound mines. It's impossible for us to grasp the real power and magnitude of solar events. Like if you've never seen one of those pictures of the earth superimposed to scale against a solar prominence. It's amazing solar prominence is. Are these events where this monstrous loop of plasma erupts out of the photo sphere? Which is the apparent surface of the sun and then it curves through the sun's Corona guided by solar magnetic fields. And this is not even really. The core of the Sun itself is just an event. It's like whether it's A. It's an event on the surface of the sun but this event itself is tens of times bigger than the entire planet earth. And you see one of these pictures when you look at it. The vulnerability in tiny of human scale projects becomes absurdly apparent. The comparison that comes to my mind is if you've ever been out in nature as I know you like to venture out nature on hikes and so forth you ever observe a bird's nest for a wasp nest some sort of animal structure and ask yourself. That's horrible place to put that. Don't you know tiny birds that eventually the wind is GonNa Don't you know when it rains? That's that's just not a very protected place. Don't you know that that's my front porch and I'm probably GONNA knock you down eventually just because you're inconvenient to me and then when you think about everything that that is life on earth and then everything that humans have built and you think of the vulnerability that is intrinsic in all of that We're really no different from From any O. Wasp the decides to build its nest on the bottom of a porch swing on a geologic cosmic timescales. Our projects are so hilariously shortsighted But then again that. That's just how we're built right. I mean it's very difficult for us to seriously focus on a project that we think will take place over. Say One hundred thousand years or even a million years. Yeah totally we just we we are. Short sighted is a species. That's what we've evolved to be now on the subject of Longtime Scales and and the cosmic scale of events. I asked Dr Hoffman about whether spacefaring species should really worry about things like gamma-ray bursts or x Ray bursts which I think is kind of a weird question because on one hand. It's something that would pose a very serious threat but these things are also incredibly rare in the universe and they're incredibly rare in the galaxy so it's hard to factor into one's idea about something like space exploration how much you should worry about something. That is almost never going to happen anywhere near you. Yeah but if it did it would be catastrophic. We COME INTO IT. Kind of reminds one of lead of course the the seafaring explorers of old and to say well. If you go out in that boat you might very well drown you might run into a hurricane etc and the hurricanes are pretty common. Yeah those are pretty common like if it was you'd have to say. Oh Yeah I mean we may very well drown. We may very well Di di on some distant island but in the chances here are are less but it's ultimately the same scenario like it's of course it's safer to not go out and explore is certainly in the short term but are the type species that is going to do that of course then again if there were a nearby gamma ray burst as unlikely as that is that would be bad. Even if we were on earth yeah yeah so these in particularly gamma-ray bursts emitted by powerful SUPERNOVA. That are dubbed Hyper Nova. And you can think of. These is the energy shrapnel from Titanic Exploding Star and even though they are rare the radiation killing zone for an exploding hyper stars been estimated to be around six thousand light years across compared to normal stars. Thirty light year kills zone and even smaller Gamma-ray doses can have a serious neurological impact on an individual. Oh yeah you don't gamma rays. No matter what yeah. There was a cold. Spring Harbor Laboratory study on mice. That found the gamma radiation targeted. A particular type of stem cell in the hippocampus. The area of the brain. You know believed to be important for learning and move control and normal doses of space radiation also pose a serious risk in a separate experiment. The NASA Space Radiation Laboratory dosed mice with radiation equal to the amount. An astronaut might receive on a three year voyage to Mars and scientists discovered significant damage to.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"That interview that I thought were really interesting. We Might WanNa follow up and talk about a little bit one of the things he mentioned when we were talking about solar anomalies was the idea of the Carrington event or the solar storm of eighteen fifty nine and this just stuck in my mind because this is one of the most fascinating and I think maybe lesser known craziest astronomical events in history. Yeah indeed it may have been the largest solar energetic particle event in the past several hundred years. So why don't we call it the Carrington event? Well it's a name for Amateur Astronomer Richard Carrington who observed quote two patches of intensely bright and white light erupting from a cluster of dark sunspots. They vanished within five minutes. Then within a matter of hours the effects of this event were felt on earth so one of those effects look like well as a Doctor Hoffman. Alluded to telegraph communication around. The world began to fail. Sparks were flying from telegraph machines. Telegraph operators were in some cases shocked in also colorful auroras in the sky were causing the birds chirp at night. Yeah so the solar flare in question had the power of an estimated. Ten billion atomic bombs and ice core samples reveal that the Carrington event was twice as big as any other solar storm within the last five hundred years. This is the kind of thing where it really hit today. The estimates are just in trillions of dollars worth of damage. It would just be a massive blow and Dr Hoffman alluded into this. As well the idea that it would it would impact our satellites in fact technology on a scale that is simply did not exist in eighteen fifty nine but of course it would also greatly affect any exposed astronauts or space. Ferrers that you know we're columnist or wherever outside of the protection of the Er Shield that it didn't even fully protect us from this event. Yeah Yeah you know. I actually interviewed helium. Physicists doctor see Alex young several years ago about solar storms and he pointed out that that our modern electrical grid in particular is just highly vulnerable to this sort of thing. He told me the power grids that we have in the US. And actually all over the world are interconnected in very fragile..

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"You select? You know when when when you take away. Gravity, there is a an upward migration of fluid from your lower body to your upper body, and so you get a lot of extra fluid in your head. It's a little bit like having sinus congestion and it. It decreases your sense of smell so that you. The food becomes very bland They provide extra tabasco sauce that we can sort of spice up our food. The Nice thing about the shrimp cocktail dehydrated so the shrimp themselves. you know nothing to write home about you? You put a little bit of water on them, and they don't have that much taste, but they pack it in a really really hot horseradish sauce so. I found if I would eat a shrimp cocktail. Before dinner every night that horseradish would kind of open up my nasal passages, so that I could smell and taste the rest of the food a little bit more, so that's why it was my favorite food, not because it intrinsically taste good I mean as a shrimp cocktail. It was you know I. If they served it to you in a restaurant, you'd send it back, but it really opened up the nasal passages so that I can enjoy the rest of my meal well. I guess it's those little pleasures that make life worth living. Well thank you so much. It's been such a privilege to talk to you Dr Hoffman. We really appreciate you sharing your time. And I hope it's giving maybe a new perspective to some of the listeners who haven't heard some of this stuff so thanks for your interest and It's It's been fun. Yeah, thank you so much, thank you. You have a great day, sir. Well, thanks once more Dr, Jeff Hoffman and National Geographic for an enabling us to have this wonderful chat. We're going to take a quick break and we come back Joe and I will discuss the interview a little bit before we close out the episode. Working remotely can be a challenge especially for teams that are new to it. How do you deal with your work? Environment being the same as home while staying connected and productive, and then there's your newest co worker the. The cat, well, your friends at Trello have been powering remote teams globally for almost a decade at a.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Although most people don't bother to look out the window these days but from stays we spent a lot of time looking at the windows and I never got tired of it was a completely Different perspective not only on the Earth. But on on the Heavens. It was great flying during the nighttime. You know we'd start. We'd enter darkness in the Northern Hemisphere. And you could look up and see all the familiar. Northern constellations Cygnus the swan which is the northern cross. And then fifteen minutes later. You'd be in the Southern Hemisphere and see Alpha Centauri and the southern cross. And that's something else that you never do when you're on. The surface of the earth is to see the northern and southern skies at the You know within a half hour of one another. Would you describe this as it? As being a Kennedy the overview effect. Well the over via fact Maybe some of the listeners. Don't aren't familiar with that. But it was coined by Frank White. He's an author who thought a lot about I guess he had this kind of Inspiration during an airplane flight when he was looking at the ground and and feeling a little bit removed from the Earth but He then he started thinking about what what must it be like for the astronauts so he came down to Houston and I was one of the first astronauts that he interviewed. And you know the idea is that it really does change your perception of planet Earth to to look at it And and actually see the earth as a planet To See from an airplane. You can look out the window and see entire cities spread out below you from an orbiting spacecraft you can see the entire countries continents really the earth is very beautiful and so you do get this relationship that develops between you and the planet at the same time. You can see examples of environmental degradation caused by humanity which is now visible from cosmic perspective. And that's pretty scary. You know the deforestation of the Amazon the silting up of harbors and rivers and and Just all sorts of things and you realize that You you definitely get a feeling of the the finite -ness of planet earth and and this sense of what it is to be removed from the earth and how that changes your Feelings FOR PLANET. Earth is is what frank called the overview effect and many astronauts have have reported this now. Actually a a movie that you can find on on Youtube video that the about the overview effect made by a cinematographer in the UK Interviews with a lot of different astronauts myself included. So yeah it's It's a totally different perspective. You got your hundreds of miles above the surface of the earth so Going back to the idea of of radiation risk beyond the surface of the earth the missions you flew in the eighties and nineties. What did you in? The other crew members understand about radiation risk in space. And a what? What kind of measures were in place to protect you? Other than just limiting the duration of missions shuttle like International Space Station in what we call low-earth orbit so we are basically below the van Allen radiation belts where inside the earth's magnetic fields which shields us from most cosmic radiation so It's it's a much more benign environment than when you actually left the earth to head out to the moon and you're outside the Earth's magnetic shield and then you're exposed to direct Impact OF GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS and And charged particles coming from the Sun You old survive in. Light of course is not deflected by the magnetic field and we have to have protection against ultraviolet light otherwise it would destroy our our is which is why the space helmet spacesuit helmets have those those gold visors which protect you and there's ultraviolet protection on all the windows the space shuttle and the international station windows so You know electromagnetic radiation cosmic The the ultra-violet rays we have to protect ourselves against and then of course there's the infrared.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Integrate thing you did well I I know that many of my asks former astronomy colleagues after the mission they would come. I can't tell you how many people would come up to me and say oh. Jeff, thank you so much. Because you know my my professional career was depending on this and all I could say was well. It was a pleasure. Thank you. It was pleasure. It really was. So you mentioned that when you were out on spacewalks in va that you had this kind of intimate experience with the universe, it was like putting you face to face with the Outer Universe, and I wonder about something so there was a Sifi. Couple years ago where a character's born and lives her whole life in simulated environments inside generation starship, and she finally at one point comes back to Earth late in life, and she's outside and discussing the idea of getting sunburned, and she's so familiar with the concept of earth, and the sun that she calls this horrifying, and she calls this getting burned by radiation from a star. Is there a moment in? Space you know outside vehicle activity. Were you begin to think of the Sun, not as the sun, but as a star and other kinds of alien nation effects. No absolutely I mean this is something when I give public talks I. I often show a picture of the sun in space, and then I asked the audience. There's something very strange about this picture. Can you figure out? Out What it is and most people don't quite get it, but what you're seeing. Is the son in black sky and think about it. You've never seen the sun in the black sky. Because every time the weather is clear you go out, and of course our atmosphere scatters the blue light preferentially, and so this guy is blue and so every human being throughout human history. Until the space age has only seen the sun in a blue sky. We see the stars in a black sky, because there's not enough light really from the stars to be scattered, and and make this guy, look blue. But not the sun, but in space you really see the sun as a star in a black sky course. It's bigger and brighter than any other stars, because it's close to us, but yeah you really do appreciate the sun as a star, and that that that was something I didn't have to go out and just looking out the window the shuttle you you get that appreciation, but it's a totally different perspective as are so many other things that you see. I mean that's one of the things about the. Off the surface of the earth is that you look with a totally new perspective. just like most people don't remember the first time ever in an aeroplane, but if you, if you pay attention and look out the window, you also get a totally new perspective on the on the Earth, although most people don't bother to look out the window these days, but from space we spent a lot of time looking at the windows and I never got tired of it. It was a completely. different perspective not only on the earth, but on on the heavens. It was great flying during the nighttime. You know we'd start. We'd enter darkness in the Northern Hemisphere, and you could look up and see all the familiar northern constellations. Cygnus the Swan, which is the northern cross, and then fifteen minutes later you'd be in the Southern Hemisphere and see Alpha Centauri and the southern cross, and that's something else that you never do when you're on. The surface of the earth is to see the northern and southern. Skies at the you know within a half hour of one another. Would you describe this as it as being Kennedy? The overview effect well the over via fact Maybe some of the listeners don't aren't familiar with that, but it was. Coined by Frank White. He's an author who thought a lot about I. Guess he had this kind of inspiration during an air airplane flight when he was looking at the ground, and and feeling a little bit removed from the Earth but he started thinking about what what must it be like for the astronauts? So he came down to Houston and I was one of the first astronauts that he interviewed. And you know the idea is that it really does change your perception of planet Earth to to look at it, and and actually see the earth as a planet. to see from an airplane, you can look out the window and see entire cities spread out below you from an orbiting spacecraft. You can see the entire countries continents. Really the earth is very beautiful, and so you do get this relationship that develops between you and the planet at the same time. You can see examples of environmental degradation caused by humanity which is. Now visible from cosmic perspective, and that's pretty scary. You know the deforestation of the Amazon the silting up of harbors and rivers and and Just all sorts of things and you realize that You you definitely get a feeling of the the finite -ness of planet earth, and and this sense of what it is to be removed from the earth, and how that changes your feelings for planet earth is what Frank called the overview effect, and many astronauts have have reported this now. Actually a a movie that you can find on on Youtube video. That the. About the overview effect made by A. Sin Cinematographer in the UK. interviews with a lot of different astronauts. Myself included so yeah, it's It's a totally different perspective you got when your hundreds of miles above the surface of the earth so going back to the idea of of radiation risk beyond the surface of the earth, the missions you flew in the eighties and nineties. What did you in the other crew? Members understand about radiation risk in space, and a what what kind of measures were in place to protect you other than just limiting the duration of missions. Shuttle flies like International Space Station in what we call low-earth orbit, so we are. Basically below the van Allen radiation belts where inside the earth's magnetic fields, which shields us from most cosmic radiation so. it's it's a much more benign environment than when you actually left the earth to head out to the moon, and you're outside the Earth's magnetic shield, and then you're exposed to direct impact of galactic cosmic rays and and charged particles coming from the sun. you. ultra-violet light of course is not deflected by the magnetic field and we have to have..

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Hey what stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Land and I'm Joe McCormack in today. We've got a very special episode creole out there. We are doing a partnership with National Geographic. Yeah so they've got a new show coming out called one strange rock and it is produced by Darren aaronow Sqi of many movie fame. And all about it's all about the science of planet Earth in the sort of intricate interconnected processes both geological and biological the keep the earth stable as a sanctuary for life as we know it and in that sense. It has a kind of Ecological Alexander von Humboldt. Kind of VIBE. That I really like I like it when you can see the large-scale and small-scale interconnectedness of all things to to make the world how it is yes in speaking of saying. This is a visual spectacle. Yeah it's got a lot of really beautiful photography and it's hosted by Will Smith. I don't know if he ever says welcome to Earth and it kind of hope so And it tells stories through the experiences of a large cast of real life. Astronauts who are the only humans ever to venture beyond the shield that protects us from the universe at large and so because of our partnership with National Geographic. For this episode. We got an opportunity to talk to one of the astronauts on the show. Dr Jeff Hoffman. Who flew five space shuttle missions including a Hubble Space Telescope Repair Mission? And this is a great interview. We're just delighted to share it with everybody. Doctor Hoffman is very knowledgeable from multiple vantage points. About the thing that we're going to be focusing on today. Which is the radiation risk from space and how Earth protects us and he's knowledgeable in a couple of different domains because he's done high energy astrophysics knows all about the radiation environment of our solar system and the universe at large but he also has direct experience of what it's like to be an astronaut out in space to sorta go beyond our protective barriers. And that kind of perspective is kind of hard to come by. Because I would say one thing. It's really easy to lose sight of in your day to day. Life when you're reading about politics are playing with your dog or making some dinner is that your body is made of molecules and in order for molecules in your body to do what they do they have to remain what they are and most of the time. The internal chemistry of our bodies is pretty stable right but we have to recognize that the chemical stability of our bodies is an enormous and unique privilege provided to us by virtue of the fact that we live on planet earth and this into a truth that we touch on quite a bit on the show and that is that Earth is just the right planet. Yeah for life as we know it kind of unsurprising. Of course being creatures that evolved on planet Earth that planet earth is just the right planet for us but despite realizing the kind of anthropic obviousness of that fact it is still a kind of strange and comforting feeling. Well wait a minute. Is it comforting or is it discomforting? The fact that most of the universe is going to be so hostile to us so unbelievably hostile so incredibly violent that it's just impossible to even consider and I'm not even talking about the vaporizing heat of stars of the cold airless void of deep space. I'm talking about the fact that the universe is an acid bath of killer. Radiation including ionizing radiation which often takes the form of these high energy charged particles that blasts through animal bodies damaging changing the molecules within them as they go along and even changing the DNA of our cells altering the blueprints for cell replication and bringing about tissue damage sterility cancer and so that body integrity and chemical stability we so take for granted to keep living is only possible because of the planet we inhabit which shields us from being blasted by the sun nearby and by the galaxy at large. Yeah it's interesting to think about this that we we are creatures of the shallows. Yeah so life as we know it essentially thrives in a tide pool protected from the full onslaught of wind and wave. If you've ever been to to a number of beach environments you've seen those areas right where we're the waves are crashing. But the but there's this pool this this area of calm water that is protected from all of that. And that's where a lot of life can thrive that otherwise would not be able to bear the hostilities beyond the rocks. And it actually reminds me of this quote by John Steinbeck And he's not directly talking about what we're talking about here but the comparison is is just beautiful he. He wrote the knowledge that all things are one thing and then one thing is all things plankton. A Shimmering phosphorescent on the sea and the spinning planets and an expanding universe all bound together by the elastic string of time it is advisable to look from the tide pool to the stars and then back to the tide pool again. Our Earth is protected from wind and ways but from the full blast of solar and cosmic radiation instead of rocky sea walls protected by a robust atmosphere and most importantly the magnetosphere. Yeah the interesting other side to the fact that we've got this kind of connected consciousness that we're aware of like there is no real division between the Earth and the heavens. They're just different places. The only real division is distance and so all the universe is connected and does have a common origin and the Big Bang. But at the same time that connectedness we use the word connected in such a happy way. It's nice to be connected to things but you could also think about that is extreme vulnerability like you are right next door to everything in the universe that would crush in annihilate you and what we've got standing in the way of those those crushing annihilating forces beyond our power to control is essentially a big magnetic field and a thin layer of gas around the rocky surface of the planet as right so basically we have going on here. Is Your earth solid? Inner core in liquid outer core. They play a crucial role in protecting life as we know it from deadliest Deadly radiation differences in temperature and composition in the two core regions. Drive a powerful. Dynamo emitting Earth project protective electromagnetic field and remember. This is one of the key factors we have to consider in proposed. Interplanetary space travel and establishing stations on other worlds the only planets in our solar system with some form of magnetosphere in place are Mercury Earth Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune. Right so then. Of course you've also on the surface of the Earth got the atmosphere to count on that. There's more stuff that radiation has to get through to get to you. And so the atmosphere will block some kinds of incoming radiation but the other big protector is the magnetosphere that keeps these particles directed away from the earth. Some of course still get through right and also serves to protect the atmosphere as well. Yes because if you don't have magnets fear your atmosphere over time can be stripped away. Which is one of the things that they think probably happened to Mars long ago right. So it's protective barrier against the elements it's our battlements and the only humans to have walked these battlements our astronauts such as Dr Jeff Hoffman now most astronauts never even go beyond the shield that protects us right we know that astronauts in space are exposed to extra levels of radiation. And that's one reason you want to limit your time and space you'll like you can't live in the ISS forever they WanNa bring you back eventually because the more time you spend up there the more you're exposed to this dangerous radiation that could harm you in the long run but even up in the ISS. You're still you're still benefiting from a large part of the Earth's protective shield right. Yes it gets a lot worse if you want to go to the moon or Mars or colonize another planet. Yeah because then you're going beyond Earth's protection so I guess we want to go now to our conversation with Dr. Jeff Hoffman to talk about the radiation risks posed by the universe and what astronauts have done in can do to protect themselves. But I I guess we should give you just a little bit of background on. Doctor Hoffman. Yeah so his original research interests were in high energy astrophysics specifically cosmic gamma radiation and x ray astronomy and his doctoral work at Harvard Entail balloon-borne Low Energy Gamma Ray telescopes and design. And then the testing of the technology for making seventy two to nineteen seventy five during post doctoral work at Leicester University worked on several X. Ray Astronomy rocket payloads. An and then he worked in the Center for Space Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from Nineteen Seventy five to nineteen seventy eight as project scientists in charge of the orbiting H. A. O. One eight four hard x Ray and Gamma Ray experiment. Which launched in August nine hundred? Seventy seven but in in seventy eight. He was selected to become an astronaut and he went on a total of five different shuttle flights..

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Hey, what stuff to blow your mind? My name is Robert. Land and I'm Joe McCormack in today we've got a very special episode creole out there. We are doing a partnership with national, Geographic Yeah, so they've got a new show coming out called strange rock, and it is produced by Darren aaronow Sqi of many movie fame, and all about it's all about the science of planet Earth in the sort of intricate interconnected processes both geological and biological the keep the earth stable. Sanctuary for life as we know it, and in that sense, it has a kind of. Ecological Alexander von Humboldt kind of vibe that I. Really Like I. Like it when you can see the large-scale and small-scale interconnectedness of all things to to make the world how it is. Yes, in speaking of saying, this is a visual spectacle. Yeah, it's got a lot of really beautiful photography and it's hosted by Will Smith I. Don't know if he ever says welcome to Earth and it kind of hope so and it. It tells stories through the experiences of a large cast of real life, astronauts who are the only humans ever to venture beyond the shield that protects us from the universe at large, and so because of our partnership with National Geographic for this episode we got an opportunity to talk to one of the astronauts on the show Dr Jeff Hoffman who flew five space shuttle missions, including a Hubble Space Telescope repair, mission and this. This is a great interview. We're just delighted to share it with everybody doctor. Hoffman is very knowledgeable from multiple vantage points about the thing that we're going to be focusing on today, which is the radiation risk from space and how Earth protects us, and he's knowledgeable in a couple of different domains because he's done high energy astrophysics knows all about the radiation environment of our solar system and the universe at large but he. He also has direct experience of what it's like to be an astronaut out in space to sorta go beyond our protective barriers, and that kind of perspective is of hard to come by because I would say one thing. It's really easy to lose sight of in your day to day life when you're reading about. Politics are playing with your dog or making some dinner is that your body is made of molecules and in? In order for molecules in your body to do what they do. They have to remain what they are. And most of the time. The internal chemistry of our bodies is pretty stable right, but we have to recognize that the chemical stability of our bodies is an enormous and unique privilege provided to us by virtue of the fact that we live on planet earth yet and this into a truth that we touch on quite a. A bit on the show and that is that Earth is just the right planet. Yeah, for life as we know it kind of unsurprising of course being creatures that evolved on planet Earth that planet earth is just the right planet for us, but despite realizing the kind of anthropic obviousness of that fact, it is still a kind of strange and comforting feeling. Well, wait a minute. Is it comforting or is it discomforting the? The fact that most of the universe is going to be so hostile to us so unbelievably hostile so incredibly violent that it's just impossible to even consider, and I'm not even talking about the vaporizing heat of stars of the cold airless void of deep space, I'm talking about the fact that the universe is an acid bath of killer radiation, including ionizing radiation, which often takes the form of these high energy charged particles that. That blasts through animal bodies, damaging changing the molecules within them as they go along, and even changing the DNA of our cells, altering the blueprints for cell replication and bringing about tissue, damage, sterility cancer, and so that body integrity and chemical stability. We so take for granted to keep living is only possible because of the planet we inhabit which shields us from being blasted by the sun nearby, and by the galaxy at large. Yeah it's interesting to think about this that we we are creatures of the shallows. Yeah, so life as we know, it essentially thrives in a tide pool, protected from the full onslaught of wind and wave. If you've ever been to. To a number of beach environments, you've seen those areas right where? We're the waves are crashing, but the, but there's this pool this this area of calm water that is protected from all of that, and that's where a lot of can thrive. That otherwise would not be able to bear the hostilities beyond the rocks. And it actually reminds me of this quote by John Steinbeck and he's not directly talking about what we're talking about here. But the comparison is is just beautiful. He he wrote the knowledge that all things are one thing, and then one thing is all things, plankton, a shimmering phosphorescent on the sea, and the spinning planets and an expanding universe all bound together by the elastic string of time it is advisable to look from the tide pool to the stars, and then back to the tide pool again. Our Earth is protected not from wind and ways, but from the full blast of solar and cosmic radiation, instead of rocky sea walls, protected by a robust atmosphere, and most importantly the magnetosphere, the interesting other side to the fact that we've got this kind of connected consciousness that we're aware of like there is no real division between the Earth and the heavens. They're just different places. The only real division is distance, and so all the universe is connected does have a common origin and the Big Bang, but at the same time that connectedness. We use the word connected in such a happy way. It's nice to be connected to things, but you could also think about that is extreme vulnerability like you are right next door to everything in the universe that would crush in annihilate you and what we've got standing in the way of those those crushing annihilating forces beyond our power to control is essentially. Essentially a big magnetic field and a thin layer of gas around the rocky surface of the planet, and so basically we have going on here. Is Your earth solid inner core in liquid outer core? They play.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Game tomorrow between Saint Louis and Milwaukee. what you will have to win it's game in Colorado and the card was left to lose their game at home against the cubs. for that to happen and although the cardinals have lost four in a row now is it for the room read more. they've been losing all week. when they looked like they were a shoe in to make it into the post season. the brewers by the way have already scored two runs in the first inning. against the Jeff Hoffman of the Rockies and they're still batting in the Toyota out of town school board. swing there's a shot into the gap left center field that's going to go through and. ninety three eighty two son. and now it's a five run first inning for the doctor. look like a gap but it just stayed aloft and made it over the wall just barely the writer three eighty to sign. and that was a another was a two seamer or if it was a kind of but it is still a little bit too close to the middle of the plate. the giants will send Anderson front go down to the bullpen. the.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Time for our famous for the same four questions again that we ask every guest every week. Okay, number one. Do you have a favorite real estate related book? Yes. Probably the number two. Yes. Doing a real estate investor. Gary Papa som-. I read Richard porta phenomenal in of gummy started, but millionaire real estate investor got me fascinated with things. When I read that it talked about putting the team together in really starting to understand the different components that you put together to be able to access when you had a deal because you had this team in a group that you'd assess so for me it was my favorite real estate related books. All right. Next question. Number two, what is your favorite business book scale, Jeff Hoffman David Finkel, incredible book about how to systematize scale your business, actually, for whatever reason have two copies of that book. I don't know why. But I've to myself, so. Yeah, good stuff. Yeah, I read it's good. It is good. Number, you have to because that book is scaling itself. It's represented his tennis on us. Set me one and the other one I bought. I think. When he came to us they sent to number three. What are your hobbies, we're big range, family? So we love time out on the range fishing hunting exploring hiking shooting guns. I have a problem collected probably twenty or more guns now. So. Firepower than I love travel, especially with my family, so we usually do one really cool trip..

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Delightful night here at the ball park. And considering how the people here in the Rocky Mountain region went through a Cup cuff. Topple a tough couple of days. Easy for me with the winter weather that made a late spring appearance. But the ballpark looks ready in the Rockies certainly happy to be home. What? A long trip more because it was disjointed. I mean players liked to have days off. But they prefer to have more days off at home than on the road in the Rockies. Schedule this year has more Rhode off days than home days and Lee, all talk, and I don't think there was anybody in the Rockies traveling party that had ever experienced a road trip that had three off days in the trip. So when you consider the Rockies left on the Sunday to go to Boston for the off day there. They were on the road for twelve days, and that's a long time and baseball. But they're home now for the next ten an anxious to start putting things together, Jeff Hoffman will get the start tonight. It's not a doer Di thing for Jeff but certainly, the Rockies are looking for him to have good performance Rockies will be challenged by. Two things. John means has pitched pretty well the rookie left hander for the Orioles. And none of the Rockies have seen him even in minor league action. So he will be an unknown entity for the start of tonight's game. That's our view from the booth brought to spy icon. I care Colorado's trusted Lasix provider. They've got four convenient locations in a top.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One seven to one and Jeff Hoffman with another good starting one five and two thirds innings allowed to run on just two hits with ten strikeouts. Hoffman has allowed just two runs as struck out seventeen in his last two starts with Albuquerque. You have to wonder if Jeff is going to be the guy to be slotted into the rotation when the Rockies need a fifth starter later this week. Also in that game last night Brendan Rodgers at four more hits. He is batting three forty five on the year and Jairo de as at another cleaning in twelve games. The hard throwing reliever has a point five six earned run. Average with sixteen strikeouts. Down on the farm. Brought to us by Colorado farm bureau insurance real service, real people serving Colorado since nineteen sixty the Rockies will look for a way to. Slowdown. I don't know. How else you could describe it? This juggernaut right now that the d backs have going offense of -ly. They're averaging better than eight runs the game. And when you have that kind of support you really take the pressure off your pitchers, and they have been pitching well knowing they're getting that kind of offense behind them. Airman Marquez will try and quiet..

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Field welcomed the Colorado Rockies baseball tonight game to the three game series the Rockies in the Washington nationals. Hi, everybody, Jack Corrigan along with Jerry, Schimmel producer engineer. Jesse thomas? Doug Niemeier at master control and the Rockies in pretty good control right now, they've won seven of their last eight. They've already guaranteed a winning home stand for the first time, and they just want to keep playing like the playing. Yeah. Absolutely. Jack plane wellness home stand. The first one was a different story. But they go on the road and finished at road trip up. Well, then come back here and start playing good baseball. So double digit wins now at ten ten and thirteen and what you hope is by the time you get to this weekend. Maybe you can be back to five hundred Americans keep this pace up. They certainly will get there on the road trip. It will be an opportunity, and that's really the best way to describe it tonight for Jeff Hoffman with Kyle Freeland on the disable. Abled list missing. This one start Jeff Hoffman called up from Albuquerque to take freelance place. And quite simply Jeff is still waiting for that moment to really break out in the big league. It's a great opportunity for Jeff Hoffman tonight in east been getting some of those at times other times he's not because he has not pitched consistently. But it's a great chance for Jeff Hoffman to show his talent to keep Iraqis team in a game. And hopefully, keep this this winning going. But Jeff oppa we know is has been up and down in terms of his performance with the Rockies. He is not pitch. Well, so far in the minor leagues in AAA suic-. What Jeff might bring tonight, we do know this, Jack. He's got plenty of talent. Just try to put it all together. The Rockies in the Washington nationals will take our first break one week come back. Well, it's Tuesdays so Tuesdays with Tracy Jerry sits down with the Cowboys. Stay with us on the KOA Iraqis radio network here. She shopping.

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"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jeff hoffman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To the three game series the Rockies in the Washington nationals. Hi, everybody, Jack Corrigan along with Jerry, Schimmel producer engineer. Jesse thomas? Doug Niemeier at master control in the Rockies in pretty good control right now, they've won seven of their last eight. They've already guaranteed a winning home stand for the first time, and they just want to keep playing like the playing. Yeah. Absolutely. Jack plane wellness home stand. The first one was a different story. But they go on the road and finished at road trip up. Well, then come back and start playing good baseball. So double digit wins now at ten ten and thirteen and what you hope is by the time you get to this a weekend. Maybe you can be back to five hundred keep this pace up. They certainly will get there on the road trip. It will be an opportunity, and that's really the best way to describe it tonight for Jeff Hoffman with Kyle Freeland on the disabled. Abled lists missing. This one start Jeff Hoffman called up from Albuquerque to take freelance place. And quite simply Jeff is still waiting for that moment to really break out in the big league. It's a great opportunity for Jeff Hoffman tonight. And he's been getting some of those at times other times he is not because he has not pitched consistently. But it's a great chance for Jeff Hoffman to show his talent to keep Iraqis team in a game. And hopefully, keep this this winning going. But Jeff op we know is has been up and down in terms of his performance with the Rockies. He is not pitch. Well, so far in the minor leagues in AAA soon. We'll see what Jeff might bring tonight. We do know this Jack. He's got plenty of talent. He's just trying to put it all together. The Rockies in the Washington nationals will take our first break one week come back. Well, it's Tuesdays so Tuesdays with Tracy Jerry sits down with the Cowboys..

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