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"This is National Native News Amazon. Tonia Gonzales and Hawaii demonstrators at the base amount K. of blocking an access road to prevent construction of the thirty meter telescope are leaving camp leaders announced this week in a video message. Leader said there's no imminent threat posed by T. M. T. but pointed to threats of covert nineteen in response to the corona virus. They made the decision to pack up and come off the Mouna but pledged to return if there are attempts at construction demonstrators have been there since July and opposition of the telescope to protect the site many native Hawaiians hold sacred a spokesperson for. Tnt told the Honolulu Star advertiser. There's no immediate plans for construction. Us lawmakers hope a massive stimulus bill will soften the economic blow due to Cova Nineteen Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports on. What'S IN STORE FOR TRIBES TOUGH ECONOMIC. Times are likely ahead for many tribes including those who rely on gaming and hospitality dollars oil and gas revenue. The stimulus bill passed by the US Senate on Wednesday sets aside eight billion dollars in a Stabilization Fund for Tribes Senator. Tom Udall is vice. Chair of the Senate Committee on Indian affairs he says he was pushing for twenty billion in direct funding tribes. The first time we were able to fight and get a tribal stabilization fund of Eight Billion Dollars. We were asking for a lot more. We think the need is a lot bigger. Did they'll also include over a billion dollars to the Indian Health Service and provision for. Bi Police departments tribal colleges in federal Indian housing programs. Those housing dollars will be especially crucial for communities dealing with housing shortages. You'd also living in an overcrowded home is especially dangerous during this pandemic and the money could be used for emergency housing big infusion into housing and so one of the things. I think that's going to allow to happen. Is Communities to be able to rally around new out the the. Us House of Representatives is expected to vote on the bill on Friday for National Native News. I'm Savannah Mar. Health officials are urging people to wash hands to prevent the spread of cove nineteen but many households on Navajo land. Lack Indoor plumbing from the Frontier Desk Laurel Morales reports. Shanna Yazdi who lives in Cameron drives fifty miles for her drinking water groceries and other necessities my mother was asking like. When are we taking the trash out? We have four bags of trash and we have to drive into the city to do that doing laundry. I'm scared to go through laundry right now. We have a small laundry. Met here at a community kind of risky for us right now. So our laundry. It's just kind of getting piled up with each one. N One in two thousand nine American Indians and Alaskan natives had mortality rates that were four times the rates of all other racial and ethnic groups combined. That's according to a study by the National Institutes of Health. Their couvert nineteen may have a significant impact for national needed news and Lorrimore. Ellis inflect staff. Assembly of first nations national chief. Perry Bell Guard is urging first nations people across Canada to stay home in response to covert nineteen an address Thursday. He urged people to self isolate. Avoid large gatherings and asks for everyone's help to protect elders. He says Af en is also pressing Canada to ensure first nations are included in Cova nineteen planning first nations leaders have raised concerns about remoteness overcrowded housing and lack of access to clean drinking water. Government has pledged more than three hundred million dollars for indigenous communities but some first nations leaders have expressed that funding will not do enough to help their communities respond to Cova nineteen. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
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"Education and incarceration and all of those issues of poverty. I support TNT. Not as a leader of any group but because it might lift a hundred hundred Hawaiian scholars every year for the next ten years. That's a hundred Hawaiian families. That's an opportunity that can't be missed if TNT is not built what then must we do. We are the nine the future to anyone who it does not think and act like a certain group or segment of our committee. And that's just not fair. That's that that's against Hawaiian values one of which is Kinda Kinda is to share equally. I I celebrate gala and and Hanks right to worship portion in the in the way they feel is correct but that belief cannot be used in the die. Anybody else's that's where I draw the line. Respect from onto Kayla is consistent with modern astronomy in James. How do you feel about the the current agreement? Now where it's a halt till Pretty much till the end of February pretty much the same as I felt about this process so far the truth is it's not about accommodation or compromise the truth is this about delay. The primary strategy of any protests against TNT is to delay if you delay long enough You deny the projects and so even after litigating this for a decade and losing Supreme Bring Court level. We're still using the same arguments. When Europeans were afraid to leave the side of the land we navigate it with the stars? You can draw direct line line between Hawaiian Star allegation PMT In James Anything else you feel is missing in this conversation. Go ahead yes but those are the point and you got about a minute. Sorry about that time. Stick and go ahead sure it's PMT water gone tomorrow. Then we would have denied a enormous segment of our community. I was on a panel with Tyler cool panel. Trent coupon means excellence or proper. Or right and he's astrophysicist. Who is in a New Mexico because he doesn't have the opportunity here Kinda Silva who was in Ohio and would like to come back and practice My Lundy Neil who is in Arizona would like to come come home There are many Hawaiian voices who celebrate and practice astrophysics six and there are no left Hawaiian anyone else in our community. Follow and think too as well James I got one more many before we have to wrap things up. I'm GonNa go to our first guest killed up shooter on the line. Any final thoughts. Yeah I just wanted to point out with James Discussing. I appreciate his old but I just wanted to say that the Supreme Court fell down on on the degrade degrade Asian principle which is equivalent to sort of the rape current principal that because the mountain is already destroyed we can destroy more and that position has been rejected by Richardson. Schools Law needlepointing clinic and they've put out a primer on the very intricate problems of of that Supreme Court case. It's an anomaly. And it didn't actually take into account all of the things that we said. It basically basically just admitted that the mountain is already bad so we can do it again. The woman was raped so raping. Her again won't credit. So I I have a problem with the Supreme Court decision and when all three branches of government fail in democracy the people unless rise up and that is what they're doing and they're doing it in a couple of Aloha which helps science and all of bring back our humanity. That's what's the point in. That sound means we do need to wrap it up. Thank you to everybody for sharing. Your thoughts We scratched on the surface of this. There's more to be said the FBI WANNA share some thoughts right. Now go ahead and reach out. You can always email us poster on our website native America calling dot com. which by the way is where you can and find an archive copy of what you heard? Today thanks again to everybody. We heard from India our Samuel Wilder King the second. Kill Ya. Sudha Hank Ferguson and James Molly all okay ACA Stone Junior. And tomorrow we're going to open up the discussion again about some of the ways advocates and local governments are working to help homeless native Americans. I'm your host Harrogate Blood.
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"All of our sacred things in fact right before this issue in twenty nineteen started they went attend. gave the order for the state to destroy Trying and they have these began to strain my personal family shine from nineteen ninety eight and it's been desecrated I know so many times And our lily where we may offering Ceremonial talk for him has been desecrated and its office of management in the the University of Hawaii order these desecrations to occur. They're not in anybody's way. They're not bothering anybody but they just continue to do it So so you know. That's where on candles wrong on. Kim Has No jurisdiction on Monica. It is not the university's jurisdiction it belongs to the state and actually mostly belongs native alliance former Krahn loans and native points the right holders. We're not stakeholders we didn't use drive a stake in the ground That land is under the admissions act which basically says all the land in Hawaii shall be held in trust for the betterment hermit of the condition of native wines and the general public so these kinds of things are are the real issues It's not about jobs If you if you WANNA make jobs target hires more people than the than the observatory will and they're only temporary jobs They won't last forever these kinds of construction and development projects. You know We support environmentally-sound jobs and what I wanted to say is the sacred nature of Momma cow is that the summit is the realm of the cool. The dwelling place of our Gods and goddesses. Anyone who went there went there for special reasons you know most of the Observatories and there are actually twenty two observatory twenty telescopes on the cat. And not just thirteen And they're over the limit. The physical physical limit of the this limit was agreed upon by the university all those years ago because that was limit the physical limit of the mountain the resources on the mountain. It's the water source for the island of e in sits over. I think three to five aquifers. And it is the water source. And these telescopes are built above the Aquifer. So these are the kinds of issues that the earth protectors and the key are standing up for and let me just say one more thing about the funding their PMT's deciding Haidinger. They're willing to pay a million dollars but the the law actually requires fair market rent and fair market would be based on what people people are willing to pay for that or example Yale University paid eleven million dollars for ten nights On the telescope and the other alternative regarding the technology is that you could actually spend the mere size in both the cats and because catches an introver- armature it would be bigger the TNT and the last thing is that the E. L. T. is being built already and that is in Chile so this was a testbed I'm just a test bed to see if the science could be done to build something this large without gravity collapsing it. You know 'cause sorry right disclaimer. I used to work for the British government on the as a telescope. Systems specialist so So PMT was that testbed sped okay. So the E. L. T. is nine meters. It's it's bigger. It's actually bigger actually. So that that will fulfill that for the occasional you know Survey numbers anyways. Just all right. Thank you Laura. Thank you you for sharing your thoughts. You know what let's take another call. We're going to say hi to Alex in California tuned in on K. C.. SP thanks for calling. You're on Air Alex. Hi I'd like to come down in support of GMT I I usually like to side with science because it leads to the betterment of mankind in general and the irony is that they use the stars defined the islands in the first place. And now they don't want us to to stare at the stars anymore and that's it's strikes me as ironic desecration concurs when the first people arrive whether it's chopping down trees piling rocks or finding birds to pluck so they can make capes deeps so just by being there. We desecrate a location so I find it ironic that it would take that position position because just by being there it's a desecration. We should not even be their nature. Had it in hand before we arrived. And that's it. Thank you all right Alex. Thank you for your call. Got Two more folks that we're going to bring in here but Samuel just wanted to give you a moment any thoughts to it. Yeah I mean you you know one of the biggest issues with this whole discussion as far as my group is concerned especially as that. Our voice is really suppressed right. We've been on the phone now for I think thirty minutes or so forty minutes now think gala has gotten twenty five minutes of talking time and I've gotten about three and now you know that's fine. That's fine I understand. I don't even go that long. So let's be fair here. Go ahead make your statement gotten. She's gotten the vast vast majority of the time. But you know I understand. I appreciate I pre- you know more importantly I don't. I'm not trying to make any say anything bad about you. Guys I thank you very much. Mahalo new a law allowing us to be here and to be heard because the native supporters are constantly ignored people constantly. Pretend like we don't exist so the fact that you guys had us at all it's the baby and he comes out in the language of using about saying you know it's a desecration and native. Hawaiians are standing up against this thing. But they're also standing in support of it and there's it's a lot of misinformation about this. I mean for starters. I'm not sure you know Kayla said that shrines are being desecration I I. I agree. That should not happen. Trying to not be desecrated but but the fact that matters. It's very complicated issue. Because number one a lot of shrines that were built up there were not ancient shrines. There's shrines have been built in the modern era era at a lot of times as a result of protests directly against PMT. I'm not sure she may not be responding to those. But also Monica automatic imagine can respond bonded desecrating because nothing to do with GMT is not desecrating any sites that has been decided by the Supreme Court's analyzed extensively by ah the Department of Land Natural Resources by the board landon resources in Hoy. The people of royal looked at this and as you pointed out he's lands are meant to be held in trust for the general public. Black not just off native Hawaiian so everybody has a right to use it. And so we have the right to evaluate the impacts and say yes this is a use that is valuable valuable. I think that's a good thing and also you know there's a fact about native Hawaiian culture is very very complicated and say that the mountain is sacred like number one. I've already explained how the mountains how can can be sacred in different ways but number two. You know we also the part of our history. That's really important to me is that our ancestors are Li overthrew the Kaku who system religion so when it's described to say you know the mountain was vowel cool and that was around with God. Okay that is all well and good. I'm not sure it means what they're upset. Set me but it's also the fact that our ancestors abolished that entire system of land management right and this is when Green Komano and Queen Kale Salani who is clean. Kalamata was committed. I favored wife and capable on the second mother and complimented was amazing. Lady I mean I should definitely recommend removed it but I've learned that there were a lot of strong people you know in the history of Hawaiian royalty. I'll let you finish. Hang tight. We got to go to break. Native Americans affected by domestic. Violence can call the strong hearts native helpline offering free confidential support and resources. 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On the Big island for months have been sharing their thoughts to prevent the construction of the one point. Four Billion Dollar Observatory sorry project. There's dialogue on this anywhere. You stand on this. Give us a call joyner conversation by calling one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine million native and before the break. We were introduced to K- aloha shooter on the line with US too. If you WANNA chat directly with her Phone all nine again are open. One eight hundred nine six two eight four eight is the number Kahlo. Welcome back and also want to bring in another voice joining us out of Honolulu. Hawaii is semi Wando Wilder King. And he's the Executive Director of Imo Imola. TNT in he is molly our pleasure to have him here as well Samuel Mule. Welcome law. Thank you for having me and semi. Don't tell us a little bit about where you stand all this My the group was founded by my friend Martin to create a safe space for native Hawaiians who support TNT because we've experience the brunt of the bullying and racism online against supporters of the TNT primarily. From I'm not sure who they were in general but there are some people who are identified themselves as native Hawaiians economic me saying that we were fake Alliance for supporting the telescope and he's kind of intimidation they should tactics and you know threatening people threatening people's jobs so she wanted to create this group immoral. GMT to protect those people. And she's been kind of supporting TNT for a number of years more recently. I've been more of a silent supporter like many people in Hawaii and when the protests started this year or last last year now happy new year the I decided I needed to speak out now and so where I come from is a native Hawaiian. I look at this issue and I see that. This is the tel.. The thirty meter telescope is an amazing project that I support and I consent to and I think is an excellent thing and I've and we've been speaking about informed consent. I think there's much informed consent in our community on my end and I have consented to it and that's why I think it's a good thing. The the reason I support it is because number one. It is culturally consistent with our values in in Hawaii. It's about the search for knowledge it's about advancement of knowledge for human beings for mankind about sharing that quest for excellence and I think. PMT provides all all of that. And I've spoken with one of our Puna here namely Mommy Lum. WHO's the Kahuna of Hayao on Big Island? And she's taught me that the the the sacred nature amount of CARE is not such that it prohibits construction or any human use at all indeed. You know our ancestors. I use the mountain in the ways they could. They had an ads. Corey on top of Mount of care where they mind an area. That's one hundred times the size of TNT. They mind rock out of it. It's because it was. It was used for that purpose. So the sacredness of Monica as for the advancement of human knowledge and human in no. And you know human excellence. And that's one of the things we've quoted her on our website and we have a number of flyers and that's what she explained it's just that the TNT and the nature of it you know it's not even an ad score right we're not signing for weapons or for or for tool it's a thing to learn about the universe and our place in it and to study the stars and so it also continues our cultural connection to navigation and to stargazing and Tequila Hukou and just the fact that we can navigate the stars from the telescope. And that kind of way I think the titans scripted like that which I thought was really cool metaphor and so that's the that's the number one reason I think is a great thing number. Two is the benefits that the TNT provides to our community are amazing. I mean there's a one point. Four billion dollar construction costs which is going to bring. I think they said a couple of hundred jobs are into jobs. Construction and construction jobs are always that kind of spamming in your opening bid. You were talking about you know deconstruction efforts construction jobs that would provide so those are great jobs they last for ten years and then there's the jobs that will be created wants telescopes operational. I think it's something like one hundred forty jobs and then on top of that. TNT is giving a million dollars a year and scholarships and that goes into a thing called the thing for the fun goes seven hundred fifty thousand dollars to the Hawaii Community Foundation which distributed to schools and two students. And then there's another two hundred fifty thousand that goes directly to the foundation and the by nation is from my understanding. A group that gives scholarships for college only two native lions so there's that benefit specifically to our people which is excellent and and then that's in addition to the fact that EMC also it's required to give pay a million dollars in rent with a fifty fifty operational timespan and that money he goes eight hundred thousand to the Office of Management and the Office of Medicaid Management as it has had issues for sure and I think a lot of that has been brought to light by. Ah but it's also improved dramatically since nineteen ninety. When you look at the audits you see that you know? They've cleaned up their act. They're making sure that things are kept in order. They've they've established rules for the mountain now so these kinds of things have been sold and that money that eight hundred thousand dollars go to support you know protecting the Waco Kuu bug and the and the animals and the four that are on not a cat and mapping the historical sites that are on a care and keeping track of that and then another two in two thousand dollars I read goes to the Office of affairs. Fun and so Samuel when you take a look at all this in. It's great that we're hearing different information understanding about this place and where to conduct a mile. Lease stand on all of this And that's good to hear here to have this dialogue. Maybe you haven't been able to hear this kind of dialogue and you have some thoughts. Join the conversation. All opinions are welcome. One eight hundred nine six six to eight four eight is the number Samuel hang tight got a caller on the line. We're going to go ahead and say hi to Nicole A who is in Hawaii listening in online Nicole. Thank you for giving us the ring. You're on air. Yes I agree with you sir I actually unfortunately fortunately have to work in Alaska. I work in the aeronautical industry and so hard to find good stem jobs in the state of Hawaii and I also would like to show my support for T. M. T.. And I agree with you that. I'm not native Hawaiian. I agree that Hawaii was found by wait. Finders who found their way by the stars and that with the TNT with this position so close to the equator and with hot you do the clear air. You're bored US an opportunity to study the stars. Like we've never had a chance to look for with the exception of Hubble and so I also like to throw in my I support for the TMC and just respectfully ask protectors What their stances on that? I'm not unique opportunity. She's not even the Canary Islands. The alternate stories are the alternate by fourteen cheese could provide like we can here in the state of Hawaii. Okay Okay Nicole. Thanks for giving US ring in Killa. Sounds like she's talking directly to Kia on the last part of her question Do you consider yourself yourself one in any thoughts You know regarding the way finding I'm glad that use knowledge that that we are way finders One of the primary way fire finders oppo navigator nine hundred Thompson has come out about the desecration of Monica and he has said that this desecration and I mean th. This issue is about disrespecting attracting And Racism by the University to the people that's been his position there is one other wave finder who supports TNT But the majority of them and he's the leader has house actually not supported it. You know it's a false narrative to kind of frame this issue that it's like coins against point. This is really not About that and also I wanted to answer some of the things that were being said first of all as a practitioner. I am a practitioner. Actually and the Office of Management Does have its issues but one most important issues that it has is is that it continues to desecrate.
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"GONNA change you're GonNa continue either stand right thank you for that. Killa shooter is on the line line with us If you have any thoughts on this go ahead and dial in one eight hundred nine six two eight. Four eight is a number. We are talking about the construction of the thirty thirty meter telescope atop Monica and Does any of this relate to maybe even things that your community has faced construction -struction over what many people are standing insane is a sacred place Any thoughts one eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight. Is the number coming up after the break DOC We'll hear from more folks more opinions on how they feel. This all should go. And what do you think when we get to a point where it is A split between understanding of what a certain space should be used for In this case there is a company that wants to build thirty meter telescope NOPE And the Kia he is. You've heard have taken a stand seeing the shouldn't happen Any thoughts one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight is a number you can go ask your questions to By calling in one eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight is a number and if you're not able to call in you can also tweet your thoughts to us. Our twitter handle is at one eight hundred nine nine native and of course comments can always be left at native America Calling Dot Com a new center in Seattle is aimed at helping native Americans experiencing homelessness in addition to providing a place to stay organizers. Say The center offers culturally appropriate services will hear about some of the promises and challenges to addressing homelessness on the next native America calling.
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Who Barricades on the road to Monica also also known as Mona our Kia the sacred mountain where telescope backers say they intend to build the facility and officials have withdrawn the police presence installed to counter those who have taken a stance the efforts to scale back tensions come as the coalition intending to build the telescope and those who call themselves yourselves Kia he which means guardian protector agreed to halt any action until at least the end of February? It's the latest in conflict over plans to construct. What organizers say is the largest most technically advanced telescope in the world some need of Wyans though say desecrates a secret place today? We'll get it some perspective. On the significance of the current situation and what strategies both sides may be considering. You're welcome to join this conversation. If you've been following knowing this issue what do you think will come next. I guess even better what do you hope will enfold. Were at one. Eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. It's also one eight hundred nine native and right now we are going to say hello to our guests who is joining today out of Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii we have Kale a Kasuga. She is a spokesperson for Monica on Nina and also Monica who we she is connector. Molly our pleasure to ever here with US Killa. Welcome yes aloha. Thank you for having me on your show I just wanted to say that You know the state it has been the one that has been blocking the road And we were there to block construction Astronomers and observatory technicians have been allowed to go up the mountain for some time So you know I just WanNa make that correction. That's that's a problem that people keep thinking that we're the ones blocking the people the rest of the people from the road. We're not So what's happened recently. Is there's an an agreement with the mayor of the county of Hawaii Holy Island and and the Kupuna Made an agreement and to move the tenth to the side An open the road for you know the actual the actual road. Ah for the for the record. The road had been open. Ever since the state pulled the the doe care officers off the road so people had to go around the Ed Kupuna tent now. The main access road is open but there are now speed bumps crosswalks and The people I think they're going to adjust the speed limit to fifteen miles. It was way too high for that area where a lot of people are so that that agreement justice for two months and it's a temporary agreement If anything changes that will change also the into kill when and we see two months. When does it expire and February? Probably Okay and thank you for clearing that up because we we do see many different interpretations of exactly what is going on and we want to hear from all sides When we think of why people are even in in this area go him Tillis well? They're in the area because It's time it's time to stand you know we started fighting in court and then contested hearings administrative hearings as far back as two housing nine and the the the narrative is always that you know we've done everything we've gone through all the processes when and and most important thing that never was done was the horn people heard. I mean we we in Twenty fifteen we had you know sixty sixty nine thousand signatures of people are asking the governor to stop the desecration now we you have a new one for twenty nineteen and that one's over two hundred fifty thousand Asking the governor to stop the desecration I also things things that you know. The Hind people have found their voice. They have witnessed so many global movements in in in you you know standing rock Black lives matter. Shell no more. You know all kinds of movements that have been erupting all around the The world and Danny not for What they believe even and and standing up for the earth this is about protecting eighteen the earth you know it's not about quote unquote anti-science like a- like the opposition always likes to frame us It's about being form on the care not against science We're the native of the first scientists of by and It's not it's it's not that shallow. You know this this. This issue is about protecting our water. Sources just Mama. Cat Are sacred encrypt source and bare ground. which is on the cat and also protecting you know every species on long kids rare threatened and endangered entailed diversity of yes in all that plays a big role in just even the culture two in glad you are You know bringing light to all of this to and within some of these transitions understand the UN responded to the situation Shed more light on that please. Yes actually We had Collaborated with a group called cultural survival To make submission missing a kind of an emergency mission and that was left me and And we ask them to review do What is happening along the calf and we supplied them documentation and they actually did respond And they came out and they said that One thing that is really kind of actually an important matter because it comes from the the committee on the elimination of racism and so far the United States is not answered nor the state of why have not answered but one of the key key points was one they said that the TNT project should be stopped Until such time is they have received clear and free informed consent Base you know. That's one of the requirements in the declaration on the rights of indigenous people for which the United States is a signatory three as well as Signatory on the the Committee for the limitation of the Treaty on Committee for the elimination of racism. To to to you know there's a major development I think an important to have the UN time in because it's not only important for horns but for all ages people globally. Well there are many people who are watching a lot of this in Killa just to be clear from your understanding this agreement between Kia He and T. M. T. And maybe even the governor specifically what it is and is it a written document that people signed it is written document Yes and they enter entry knowingly signed on behalf of the and Yeah it's in writing and so that means that to break that would be break another contracting not that. That hasn't happened to a lot however I actually actually think this is important that they did make this. Signing you know. The Team T. Board. According to our understanding is that they are divided it is According to the New York Times That only Japan and Canada are actually the holdouts at this time. So that means the University of California in Caltech have decided to. I don't know what Pull back which is it's a very interesting development because we've had students in Berkeley California University of Santa Cruz and a number of the UC schools. Oh really re questing divestment and that that To know how much their schools have contributed contributed to this project. you know and also there's ongoing litigation we're still in a case You know suing the the state for not requiring a construction bond on the TNT construction bond requires that the amount of the full project be put up Prior to construction and the Tam T. also has difficulty because they're competing with the giant Magellan Telescope For American and the National Science Foundation money so you know the the bar and to protect Hawaii's public from a construction job that goes bad We've had that many times with the rail and other projects where the people of Hawaii or pain to offset those those costs and So the team teams should put up the bond if they're gonNA do it at all and they still have to deal with Ti..
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Giant telescope consortium to seek Spain building permit
"The executive director of a telescope project that's being blocked from construction on Hawaii's Big Island says the decision to seek a building permit for an alternative site in the Canary Islands is part of an ongoing process to secure a backup site thirty meter telescope executive director ed stone says the international consortium hoping to build the telescope still prefers Hawaii's Mauna Kea but that the group is moving forward with its planned be site in
Fans call for The Rock to run for president as he fights to protect Mauna Kea: 'Champion of the people'
"The rock came to the mountain yesterday Dwayne the rock Johnson is throwing his support behind those protesting construction of the thirty meter telescope at the summit of Mauna Kea the Hollywood star met with some of the protest leaders and Polona he told the crowd that the world is watching and said everyone needs to come together to find a solution Johnson spent part of his childhood in Hawaii and attended William McKinley
Hawaii And Mauna Kea discussed on Joel Riley
"Protesters in Hawaii today trying to block construction of giant telescope on the summit of Mauna Kea that's why he's tallest mountain it's land that was considered sacred by some native Hawaiians hundreds of demonstrators gathered at the base of the mountain yesterday a group of native Hawaiian elders tied themselves together with the rope on the road to the summit supporters of the massive eighteen story telescope say it will not only make important scientific discoveries but it'll bring educational and economic opportunities to the
Kris Humphries says short-lived marriage to Kim Kardashian was '100 percent real'
"It's been awhile since we've seen Kris Humphries on headline entertainment for sure location, but his the case today because Kris Humphries who's our hometown guy, of course, announced his retirement from the NBA today. So he is officially retired and he's reflecting on his career and his infamous seventy two day marriage. One Kim Kardashian. There are some interesting things he wrote a blog post for the players Tribune. And I've got a little excerpt for the irony of my career is that I finally figured out what kind of player I was when I got to the nets. I felt like I knew who I was finally, and then I met a girl who happened to be really famous, and I got married and damn look I should have known what I was getting into. I was definitely naive about how much my life was going to change. But the one thing that really bothers me is whenever people say that my marriage was fake. He goes on and says, there's definitely a lot about that world that is not entirely real. But our actual relationship was one hundred percent real when it clear when it was clear that it wasn't working. What can I say it sucked? It's never easy to go through the embarrassment of something like that with your friends with your family. But when it plays out so publicly in front of the world, it's a whole other level. It was brutal. Yeah. I get that. I get that. And remember they started dating and they were married like ten months later. Very quickly. It took nearly two years for their divorce. Get to be finalized. They were only married for less than three months. They had a massive wedding ceremony in front of the cameras August of twenty eleven and Kris Humphries goes on to say, I didn't know how to handle it. And this is where I think you can feel a lot of empathy for the guy. He says, I didn't know how to handle it. Because I never thought I was going to be famous in that way. I remember having this moment when I was getting booed so hard in Philly, and I thought to myself why exactly are they booing need? Just because I'm that guy from TV today think I was trying to be famous is it because they think I disrespected the game of basketball the last one killed me because all I've ever wanted to be known for was basketball. You know, I know I know a woman whose son was in that wedding. Okay. Really the KEA and they all had to sign disclaimers. Yeah. Yeah. But in Christianity brought all of them like Amelia's, suits the. Oh, yeah. Okay. And but the word that what she said was it was an Kim's family. They were a nightmare. Kris Jenner was beyond rude. They didn't they treated all the Minnesota people like they were just. Foreigners far far far away land that they weren't gonna extend any courtesy to. She said it was so every was everyone was just like. The Hollywood people and then the Minnesota. For me. It sounds terrible. He says there was about a year when I was in a dark place. He didn't wanna leave his home said he feel like I don't know the whole world hates you. But they don't even know why. And then he said Kris Humphries went on to say that after his split from Kim Kardashian. There would be times when people would be like, hey, are you Kris Humphries, and he would say, oh, no. I look like him. No. I'm Blake Griffin. Who's an NBA player? And this is where I think it's this is like the heartbreaking part is when he says, I didn't wanna be Kris Humphries. It's the craziest feeling in the world not wanting to be yourself. And I didn't even want to say anything to defend myself because it felt like I couldn't win. You can't go up against the tabloids. You can't go up against that machine. There's no point in even if I played that game I felt like it would be disrespecting the game of basketball saver. They were IQ couple. I never bought him for a second hall over Kim really had. She really she had her original face when she was Chris. Picture of the two of them together. So cute wearing this like pretty neutral dress, and she is. How this wasn't going to work. When she was hanging out on lake Minnetonka. I was like what is going on here. No, there is anything is going to happen here by
"kea" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Patrol says the search is continuing today, but the driver in a dramatic hit and run crash in the Sarasota area. We do anticipate that it's going to have front end damage from the impact and again. We're just gonna leave it at that. At this point. We have active leads that we're following up. We appreciate the public's willingness to assist it happened along US forty-one and fourteenth street west to Kia Sedona van making a u-turn clipping and Audi causing the Audi to flip over several times driver that Audi identified as nineteen year old Jackson Kelly is in critical condition driver the KEA stop for just a second into Goff. Ueno says even if you're not at fault in an accident. It is against the law. If you pale to stop you can see the video the crash WFL, a news dot com under the news dropdown menu gas prices rise a lot that stories up next. But first a check into traffic with page Carreira from the Florida central credit union home loans traffic center, we're looking at bumper to bumper volume now over the Howard Franklin bridge into Tampa north on seventy five you might want to use the Gandy bridge. Instead, it's also pretty much a parking lot eastbound on I four between three and mango road. This report is sponsored by compassion international. It's easier change the world, and you think sponsor a child and extreme poverty with compassion international. And you will change the world for that child. Just text the word child two eight three three nine three to sponsor right now page Carrara, NewsRadio WFL a see traffic problems. Call the injury firm of Abraham's in in Utah. Traffic tip line Hillsboro, eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five if you're planning a weekend road trip, be prepared to spend more tampers. Aaa says gas prices jumped by twenty five cents in the last ten days and fourteen cents a gallon in the last week loan statewide average almost two fifty refined remain roots and the switch to more expensive summer blend gas all behind the price high route air conditioning weather center. Rely on route star.
"kea" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'
"It's like brash noxious garish. And that's what he was. Anyway, let's talk about something fun beyond baby. This week. Y'all say don't have no babies Prince Philip sins personal policy to victims of Sam Brigham car crash. He hold on. Let me read it because I. The Duke of Edinburgh has personally written to the two women ended in a car crash. He was involved in on the San bre ham estate to say he is deeply sorry. The ninety seven year old wrote old I'm like on the driver of the KEA Karan's that collided with his Land Rover as he pulled out of a side road and his passenger some if first of all here's the problem. Here's the problem. I was in the accident yesterday with James, I'm sorry. I was I was an accident yesterday with. Jerry, freed we were on our way to he has a show a new podcast. He does with one of the creators of benches, and is very fun. And I did it and I came in. I did a segment on coal red flag. Ordeal breaker women decide whether something about a guy that we've mentioned if that was what he did is deal breaker for you red flag, a very fun show is out in Brooklyn, and we got into and the guy was so busy dipping zip bananas. If an out he's out, and we got hit from the side by because he wasn't paying attention. And a lot of these. I'm gonna start canceling my rise with a lot of these young young dudes 'cause they they get the zipping his, and I'm not saying anybody else, I'm not saying you can't anybody susceptible to access. This is not a judgment call like that. But I've been in. I've been on a couple of uncomfortable. Ri- with some Uber drivers where it's just like are you you notice a left side to your drive in situ. Right. Not everything is happening on the right side of a whole world living on the left society. So he he was so busy Dipper. Now. He didn't see this car. Come. She had the swerve not to really hit him hit me it 'cause it hit my side, and she completely took off his side mirror. It was a mess. And then they get out the car he pulls the 'cause we were getting off to seventy eight. So where you know, when the split off spot have you, and they got an that little spot, and they all of them jumped up the I'm screaming because I'm like get out of the fucking road right around scared to get out of the road. Like, I don't wanna get out of a head. I'd rather have somebody come told me. I don't wanna be never wanna be in a situation where I have to get out on a fucking highway about your life. Right. And so I'm said you'll get out the road and the woman's getting shot up. I said bitch help you said what she was. Pissed I get it. But I'm like I want you to get off the fucking road number one. I don't want you to get hit number two. I don't wanna say get hit. Right. You think these people are going to see these little weekend flashing lights? They're driving. Speeding fuck. You don't give a fuck people zooming zipping zapping like your fucking idiot, and it's the type of shit where like your nerves get on in. And you know, you have to be carried to tell myself this you have to cannot fuck around with Dr as getting pray when I get is a law. You know, you just gotta be very careful now getting back to this Duke of Edinburgh deliver ninety seven years old whereas.
Hyundai, Kia recall 168,000 vehicles at risk for fires
"ABC news, Hyundai and Kia. Meanwhile, they are recalling one hundred and seventy thousand vehicles today because of a risk that they could catch fire. It's an issue with a fuel pipe that was the subject of an earlier recall, it affects two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen models of the KEA. Optima Sorrento Sportage and the same model years for the Hyundai sonata and Hyundai
"kea" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"The auto show in Detroit. At what point do you get a chance to really look around. And or have you already in Arizona, anything that's gonna pop people's eyes. Well, I've seen a few things in advance. So I'll tell you in about two hours. We're going to see the fort Shelby GT five hundred which is the fastest production vehicle. Ford has ever made. They're going to get more details than but they say it's already they're already saying to be over seven hundred horsepower. So that's gonna be a head-turner and Toyota's bringing back in aim very popular from its past the super and other sporty car now, those are the head-turners what people are buying these days or SUV's, and you've got a number of those everybody from Cadillac the KEA. Jeff. We're talking to Jeff Gilbert are automative correspondent friend with CBS. I think a lot of people we hear this back and forth about combustion engines going way, right now gas prices have stabilized, and as you say people are moving to the SUV's. Are we going to see a lot of electric SUV's in the near future? You know, what's interesting is Tesla's gonna get a lot more competition Audi has the e Tron Mercedes BMW Epsom highest electric vehicles through the Jaguar. I which is an electric SUV a Cadillac announced last night that in about two to three years they're gonna put out a high end electric SUB. So there's a lot of competition there. But the question is wilder people buying them at this point is such as gas prices. It's range you're still after recharge these vehicles, even after two to three hundred miles and that can take time. And this is what I've rhythm. That's been a big issue Jeff via Chrysler made headlines last week joining the parade of recalls. Involved with the Takata airbags made at what point do you just say everything it's got Takata in it needs to be replaced. Oh, well, that's what they're doing. The reality of it is this is this is a plan that they planned out that they can't do the recall one. So they're recalling the more dangerous vehicles. I and as they get those repaired recalling other. And because part of the problem is the time and the airbag system decay over time newer vehicles aren't as much at risk, but they want to get the older ones fix first. So you're gonna see more and more of these announcements going forward. So what are you going to drive today? Today. I'm not gonna drive anything. Drove a Toyota Camry here by vehicle this week. But I'll be walking around looking at a lot of this vehicle to drive in the next year. Or so are you ever offered a test drive in something years got enough? Thanks, no. Because I want to test drive everything after I've been everything from the smallest little gull skirt on wheels. Bentley you gotta experience of all we live vicariously through somebody else. Yeah. Really? Well, we're glad that you Jeff enjoy the Detroit auto show and now we'll catch up with the in the near future. Thanks for the call. Our CBS automotive correspondent in Pittsburgh. Jeff. Gilbert honor disc institute a Pittsburgh Newsline, seven forty five Katie cab radio traffic.
"kea" Discussed on KOMO
"Ninety sixth avenue southeast that's near Olson's meets I- Kia. Passenger car reportedly going pretty fast lost control to Johnson says that car spun and collided with a Ford f one fifty pickup truck occupants of the KEA were ejected. Anyone fortunately deceased at the scene to or transported to Harborview by the two taken by air in critical condition. The driver of the truck hit a power pole. Brought the wires down across the highway so crews were out there working on that for several hours that man suffered injuries as well. But he is not seriously hurt. No information yet on the people in the Kia who died at the scene. Carleen johnson. Komo news seven years after the murder of a retired Seattle businessmen. The suspect has been tracked down and arrested in Japan. The Seattle times reports Kyung hee Dowdell was arrested in brought back to Seattle last week where she's now being held on five million dollars bail. The victim was seventy five year old Toshio prosecutors say he frequented doubtfuls restaurant in Federal Way several times a week launder money and named her in his will after their relationship soured, any removed her from the will is body was found dumped in an irrigation. Ditch in eastern Washington Donald is charged with first degree murder along with four counts of forgery for allegedly writing checks on Otis Bank accounts. The King County sheriff's office is. A woman fired a shot at one of its deputies this morning near north bend has happened that lawless state park at around two fifteen this morning police received a call from a person who thought that someone was breaking into their trailer when they got there they say a woman fired off a shot. No one was hurt. That woman is detained while deputies try and figure out why she opened fire. Let's go most Kelly Kookmin's reporting Boeing stocks taking another hit at the prospect that a twenty two billion dollar order might be canceled. As komo's Brian Calvert tells us, one of their customers is not very happy at all Lionair co-founder rucci Khurana very angry with Boeing saying the company has deflected responsibility for the October twenty ninth crash that claimed one hundred eighty nine lives now Boeing hasn't said anything on the record since this threat. I service, but industry insiders seem to agree. Boeing shouldn't worry too much. The tussle may be the ignition point to get out of an order that may have been too big for lion air in the first place as a couple of people who know about the situation, they say lion air has already been discussing possible. Deferrals of max. Deliveries. Scott Hamilton, head of Bainbridge island, aviation consultancy Liam dot net says with a backlog of just over forty five hundred planes, the Macs program could afford to lose a couple of hundred orders. Brian Calvert, KOMO news crops. He determines a sea lion died from a gunshot wound. It's the tenth one to have been found shot to death in Puget Sound according to Seattle dot com. Some of those deaths were caused by acute trauma, including encounters with humans or attacks by other animals, killing sea lions is illegal under the federal marine mammal act is punishable by year in jail and twenty five thousand dollars in fines, the weather getting a lot colder as we head into winter. There are a number of things though, you need to do to get your home ready. Komo's Denise Whitaker reports. Number one, definitely make sure you disconnect all hoses forgetting to do. This could end up costing you a lot. If those hoses freeze, rich heart certainly knows. He's the guy who gets the call the fix it. When that happens every year, we get tons of phone calls coming in bibs irradiation lines popping because of the. The fact that indicated on getting things shutdown properly before the big freezes. It tells me that the Bill to fix that can be anywhere from two hundred fifty to five hundred dollars, and that's per faucet newer homes. He said do come with antifreeze hose bibs that keep the water inside the wall where it won't freeze, but all others really should be covered. And those covers only cost a few bucks anyone with a sprinkler system. Should also make sure it's already turned off flushed and heart suggests a stuffing insulation down over those plastic pipes if you're traveling at all during these winter months, you might be inclined to turn the heat down just a little bit trying to save some energy. But heart says in some turning it off set the thermostat only to fifty degrees spending just a few dollars and just a little bit of your time can really save you down the road. Komo news time eleven forty professional hockey coming to the Pacific northwest. Seattle granted an expansion team in the National Hockey. League's scheduled the star playing in the twenty twenty one twenty twenty two season. It's also the Tuesday after a bloody Monday for the Seattle Mariners. Komo's Bill Swartz with more now from the Harley exterior sports desk. Major traits have gutted the Seattle. Mariners major league roster. Parting company with top players like James Paxton, Robbie canot, gene. And the all star closer Edwin d as the picked up veteran center fielder. Jay, Bruce from the Mets guy pretty familiar with these Seattle organization. Idolizing griffey. I got to play with them. Cincinnati. Stay in touch with them. I know a little bit about the team have been to the stadium a couple of times. And according to several reports the Mariners might not be done moving players. The Seahawks have an extra day to rest up for next. Monday's home game against the Minnesota. Vikings Seattle is lost right guard DJ fluker for an extended period with a hamstring injury. Ohio State University today announces football coach urban Meyer will step down after the buckeyes play the Washington. Huskies in the Rose Bowl Mayer has won three national championships over his career. He also served a three game suspension earlier this season after an investigation showed Meyer knew about spousal abuse involving one of his Ohio State, assistant coaches. I'm Bill Swartz. You can hear the Rosebowl on the home of the huskies. Komo news. Alexa,.
"kea" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"But still, I feel like this episode is all over the place, but we started off talking about adulting and finding purpose, and we did, and, and you know that being the purpose of adulting actualising purpose of being comfortable in who you are. And I guess the bottom line is that it's going to be hard. It's going to be challenging and we may or may not be supported by the people who are closest to us in love us dearly. That's not to say that they are terrible people, but maybe it's a generational thing for them. They may not have the tools. And again, I do feel like we learned even through like some of the challenges that I'm having with my family right now as it relates to who I am. You know, are a part of this growing stretching season that I feel like I'm in. Right. So is the difference between the KEA that you just do what they say in order to keep peace and the and the key who is standing up on her own two feet, using her own mind, her own ideas and doing what works best for her so, and that's tough, right? So reconcile that is tough for me 'cause I'm getting as I'm getting to know grown adult kids, so is my mama. And so it's so are all the other members of my family, and that's going to be that's not going to be easy. Right? A good chunk of time. So what are the ways that we can support each other since we might not get this support from other people? How can we as friends and sisters and you know comrades in this in this in this fight or for figuring out adulting and getting grown, how can we as a community support. One another. How what you think is. I think we we should do what we've been doing. You know what I'm saying? Like he is my sister and that's an every since of the word that's not for this show. That's not for Instagram. Like key is my sister. So when key is celebrating a milestone, her life, we're celebrating a milestone, our life. You know what I'm saying? Kia heard numerous times that her degrees, our our guests, their communal, sharing them with unity and Asante and crystal, and you're in Asia. Everyone got a piece. We all got a piece of the pie. That's it. Like I got mad degrees because he. I say, all that to say, when Kia win when kill went to defend her dissertation, I didn't know what the hell she was talking about, but I was there..
Gregory Livingston, Westside Livingston and Kennedy Expressway discussed on The Download with Justin Kaufmann
"Dozens of anti-violence demonstrator Attempted to, get onto the Kennedy expressway on the busy Labor Day holiday WGN's Ryan burrow has more the protests led by Reverend Gregory Livingston attempting to bring more awareness to violence plaguing some of the Chicago neighborhoods on, the city's south and. Westside Livingston acknowledging beforehand he planned to. Be arrested
"kea" Discussed on Deadcast
"Snake bitten entire nation completely investing all of its pasty psychic energy into one team because the the videos celebration videos are fantastic they're so fuck storm storm to fucking kea study if you like celebration videos if croatia makes the final they're going to burn dubrovnik to the ground like i saw video of some throwing his couch out of his window because he was so excited that one that's sometimes you just gotta through i mean i guess you had to be there i'm amazed the croatians always have a flare gun on hand that's a more good soccer fans shit like you can't go to the game unless you're on like some sort of light space amphetamine that makes you more racist than any other person that's ever been alive and also you have like smoke bombs and a razor in your mouth but they have like security and there's like eight like for my flare gun build on fire the euro's last two summers ago like their fans are just pleading stop throwing flares i think the fans just like oh we're getting the attention more flares cool grass was on fire it was truly a marvel i rip to this one off lifeboat oh yeah all right so you think croatia's winning who do you think we have we have england we have croatia in the semifinal today to that will have happened by the time this pose and the world play the dirty disgusting filthy smelly armpit french who is going to win the world cup patrick french are going to do it not only do they have pago grease men and bought bay all these just extremely cool game breaking dudes in the middle of the field their defense looked incredibly good against belgium i mean roberto martinez played this insane like zero four six formation yesterday and the first fifteen minutes in his are lukaku just like pounding on the door and louise had to make one or two saves but those two centrebacks that france has just so solid like one of our slow from madrid and i just don't think england or croatia at all can really like flay enough to break down that conservative defense to win in the final france just like they're going to score some extremely cheap goal off a counter or corner kick and then just let nothing it'll be like yesterday i think let me let me counter that by saying cheese i failed to take into this is everything you said there's an analytically it made sense to me and yet you keep hearing and you hear more and more i think at this point that it is coming home yeah i would say what kind of person would to home it comes it's will the home is here and there's it i will see that is is cool enough that it's able to penetrate my force field of soccer oh fishnets where like i don't know what's going on i'm like weren't that you have to.
"kea" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"I get a little passionate because the truth is uplifting it is inspiring and you don't always get an opportunity to to have a dialogue with people who disagree with you but that's what they do before we get into our special segment i have one other news negative i call it what an idiot at what a burger chain you noticed i've changed it around a little bit from the title that you gave me i called it what a booker why did they idiot at what america police are investigating after eighteen says he was verbally attacked at assaulted at a what a burger restaurant but wearing a make america great again hat maga it was a sixteen year old kid let me tell you what that sixteen year old kid had the class to do he took the high road it turns out somebody in the restaurant through that drink on the kid well that's waste of a drink that he just bought number one but the kea took the high road and in the article he talked about just because you disagree with who asa port does not give you a right to want to try and salads or harass me do you think maybe that person who took that liberty go to jail if the kea press charges he's going to jail do you think maxine waters comment about harassing trump supporters in probably has anything to do with it you can think i happen to think that it basically is causing a lot of people wanna do idiotic stuff like that now i'm not a person who lives my life scared but i just want anybody that is even pagan about trying to harass me aw map family because you don't agree with my support of president trump and the results that we are getting beware i have a georgia conceal and carry license that's not a threat is just for information purposes don't mess with me don't try to harass my family don't try to harass my.
Eunice Gayson, the first Bond girl, dies aged 90
"The annual trooping the colour celebration in a horse drawn carriage mcqueen's actual birthday is april twenty first now the british actress best known for her role as the very first bond girl in the james bond film series has died eunice giessen played the character sylvia trench in nineteen sixty two's dr no and nineteen sixty three's from russia with love she starred opposite sean connery who was the first actor to bring agent double o seven to the big screen grayson's official twitter page announced that she passed away on friday she was ninety years old and a big recall to tell you about kea is recalling more than a half a million vehicles in the us over concerns that the airbag may not inflate in the event of a crash now this recall includes twenty ten through twenty thirteen forte compact cars twenty eleven through two thousand thirteen optima mid size cars also covered or twenty eleven and twenty twelve optima hybrids and sedona minivans kia says it is working on a fixed and we'll notify owners by july twenty seventh and now she founded the country's largest festival celebrating african culture and now the late luis fernandez has a philadelphia street named in her honour city officials announced the renaming of the twenty three hundred block of south street today ahead of the forty third annual dune day festival fernandez was a pillar in philadelphia's african american community she died last august at the age of eightyone now her legacy the festival has grown to become the largest and the longest running in the country tomorrow's event is the first without her my mother passed away about nine months ago so for me to be here and see my mother named one up on a on a street sign people her forty three years ago that she would never survive that it was just a joke and be here forty three years later known the street is going to be named after her i guess god her got the last laugh while the event draws more than four hundred thousand people from all around the world the free festival starts at ten tomorrow morning and it runs until five pm organizes call this the ultimate block party here it's the philadelphia international festival of the.
"kea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Phone lines are open i'd love to talk to you we've got a recall to talk about in fact it is the hyundai and kia situation in this case but nothing to do with what i was just talking about the hybrid models the ion and the niro models may leak oil on the two thousand seventeen miles and because of that that could possibly cause an under hood fire so hyundai and kia are being recalled twenty seven thousand of its 2017 hyundai ionic hybrids and ten thousand of the kea niro hybrids are being recalled many people don't realize that hyundai is the mother company of hyundai and kia and a lot of these cars are extremely similar this is a prime example the hyundai ionic and the kea niro have exactly the same oil hose and engine in most cases a lot of it very very similar and because of this will leak that could possibly happen because of an will hose both of these cars are being recalled so once again if you own a two thousand seventeen hyundai ionic hybrid or two thousand seventeen kia niro hybrid both of these automobiles are being recalled because of a possible under hood fire caused by an engine oil leak more information on that coming out very very soon taking a break phone lines are open for ten wcbs six eighty that's a local number one.
"kea" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Control welcome back to cruise control fred and i we're we're we're waxing eloquently before the break about the kea kia's just adventure into high technology and we're very impressed with it yeah there's a stock we should try the spot i don't know is it is it traded i don't know here we go back into the seat cnbc thing we're not even gonna look so yeah let's let's talk a few more cars here and then i've got that review interesting article automotive news about gm of course they're very very hot to build evt's and this according to ken kelzar gm's vice president of global vehicle components and subsystems says governments around the world or determine how quickly the industry adopts electrify powertrains but there's no absolute timeframe when gas engines could go extinct he was talking at this essay international wc ex world conference experience this week any said that they're doing everything at gm they're still developing the internal combustion engine they debuted a chevy colorado z h two fuel cell pickup that's being evaluated by the army and of course they are building electric cars having twenty new all electric vehicles by twenty twenty three so i think that's the best approach right now to to a little bit of everything right absolutely you can't not continue developing the internal combustion engine they've gone so far just little tweaks can remain i don't believe there will be any bore a fresh piece of paper internal combustion engines well you know you look at that cadillac engine that's pretty pretty the four point two hot the that that is a fairly joe oh that was already in development but i think ten years from now you won't see major breakthroughs because basically the breakthroughs have pretty much happened i do i think you'll see like what mazdas working on how they're they're doing trying to get the diesel efficiency out of the gas engine i think see things like that just to comment on the chevy colorado z h two fuel cell pickup perfectly timed great product because the military is all about available off the shelf they want to buy things that are available off the shelf to cut costs and if they could build a super heavy duty chevy colorado and make it a fuel cell pickup that's quite and that i think they could sell to the army i really do that yeah they don't want to.
"kea" Discussed on WCPT 820
"James so what virtual reality does is it creates a entirely different experience based on an environment so you could be pulled into environment of a kingdom or maybe you're chasing somebody on a horse to that kingdom so it's an immersive experience how this is changing is we have the addition of augmented reality a are so the difference is augmented reality think of it like putting a layer on top of an environment so say you're walking down the street and you are looking at the neighborhood houses stores restaurants but you really don't know what they are especially if you're visually impaired so think of it as an overlay of names of restaurants addresses categories so whatever the developer would like to add so say you walk out of your house you're walking down the street and you're in the world of a are you are going to see part of the environments but you're also going to be seeing things that are added over it so this is just huge in the area of technology now if you have a smartphone one example that i love is the kea app so what you can do is take a picture of a room and say you want to buy something you can scan their catalog online and they have a marker for if something is a are so for instance you could pick a couch and you can superimpose that on top of the room to see if you like it if it's too big if it's too small you really get a good sense of what that's going to look like so that's going to avoid things like oh no i bought the wrong size or i don't like that color it looks bad let's try something else so i was great for things like that when you're visually impaired it's going to bring a whole new technology right in your view and if you go into the app store you can search for vr apps.
"kea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm at the start of my journey up the tallest mountain in the world mauna kea on the big island of hawaii right ears are popping a little of yours start think we're about we're about two thousand feet right now i've come all the way here to these remote islands in the pacific for the love of stargazing sky watching i want to reach the top of monarchy to see the telescopes there and the site of the proposed t m t the thirty meter telescope which promises to be the most powerful optical telescope ever but is currently the cause of an impassioned dispute between astronomers and some of the native hawaiian people i have been here for over two thousand years and you come up here and you would have saw before lunch that were tours fouls in years he was because that is what makes the mountain secret we came up dispute hear echoes centuries of clashes between science and faith going back to the time of copernicus nice view over there volunteer guides scott niche is driving me up the mountain along a bumpy gravel road clouds on the summit monica is taller than everest but its base lies deep in the pacific ocean so it's altitude falls short of ever astronomers accounts upon akia brim with delight just before i came i spoke to steve miller professor of planetary astronomy at university college london breathtaking in every sense of the word it's breathtaking because your at fourteen thousand feet and you only got sixty percent of the oxygen that you have it see level so you get out of breath very easily what about your mental state absolutely beautiful and the sky is absolutely fabulous you don't have the cloud cover you have less water vapor the stars are so clear off through while your body makes up for the lack of oxygen and so your eyes become justice shop as they are at fourteen thousand feet is would be down at sea level everything is so gorgeous it is a spiritual experience so in that sense as a scientist and not as a particularly religious person it's still nonetheless a spiritual experienced vaillant top of the mountain my former colleague.