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Fresh update on "lake" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Winning the world. Siri's gave sixes tonight that Dodgers with, uh, three games that too serious lead will send rookie Tony Counseling to the mound. The Rays will start of lakes now as they try to force a game seven. All right Monday night Football. The Rams Jared Golf threw two touchdown passes. That's good. The Bears Nick Foles threw two interceptions. That's bad. Result. Rams 24 Ted, Whatever the Bears while she did, the feds have boss Jack Del Rio handled the Monday morning press briefing for head coach Ron Rivera. For the best of reasons. Rivera got to ring the Silver Bell to mark the end of his cancer treatment. This great moment happening as Rivera's team enters that by weekend with some momentum and Jack Del Rio points out. Well, I think we all admire his his toughness, you know, so he was obviously in a big battle personal battle, and you know, we all feel for him. We pray for him a lot. We seek toe kind of carry on. He's laid out a great blueprint force all to follow, and I'll step in and do my part to help him. You know, rest assured that he can take care of himself and that we're going to carry on the business here. You know, while he's taking care of himself, and Rivera has done that, and pretty goal scenes as Rivera was cheered by nurses and doctors showered with confetti as he walked out of the Noble Short Cancer Institute in Northern Virginia video and pictures at w GOP dot com Dave Johnson over you till be sports Coming up Lee Highway.
Dodgers hope Gonsolin more than an opener in Game 6
"Type Game sixes tomorrow. The Los Angeles Dodgers one game away from clinching their first World Series title since 1988. They hold a three games to lead over the Tampa Bay Rays. Lakes now taking the mound for the Rays. Dodgers, countering with Tony Gone
Fresh update on "lake" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Storming of key states today, Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska scheduled today. Joe Biden, emerging late yesterday to say he's picking up the pace of his campaign in this last week, Going Island, Wisconsin going to Georgia going to Florida on maybe other places as well. Biden continuing to claim the administration's Corona virus response was deficient as the number of reported US cases spike. The U. S. Is averaging 70,000 new Corona virus cases each day and broke Eckerd's With more than 83,000 On Friday and Saturday. Paso, Texas has opened a temporary hospital of the Civic Centre to handle an influx of patients. The county judge has imposed a 10 PM curfew that carries a $500 fine for violations. Cases are rising from the Texas border to the farms of Minnesota, according to news reports. In Utah. Some mothers are taking to social media urging parents against testing their Children in an effort to keep Koven numbers artificially low so that schools can remain open. Jonathan Serrie after hitting door steps in Utah every morning for nearly a century and a half the Salt Lake City Tribune announcing it will stop printing a daily paper thie.
Parents' 'Mom Code' keeping Utah students from being tested for coronavirus
"C's. TJ Holmes explains why it's part of the so called Mom Code and the Utah Department of Health is warning about the group of parents reportedly pledging not to test their kids for Corona virus in order to make infection numbers artificially appear lower. This is all in an attempt to keep schools and schools sports open and avoid quarantine. But there is a quarantine with a sports team or with any of the other classrooms. They're encouraging each other, not To have their Children tested. As a parent, you never profitable fears community spread. If the mom code is encouraged, this pandemic is not a normal thing. This is a time where we need to really focus on, you know, tracing this virus so we can be able to stop the spread. She's seen Facebook messages like these stay home. Don't get tested. And if your child shows Koven symptoms, please keep them home. But do not test state health officials say it's unknown how many parents are actually taking part, but warned those who do could be contributing to the spread of covert 19 writing in a statement, testing is a critical element of our response. Identifying cases is a key strategy toe limiting the spread of disease in our communities will be very hard to be able to distinguish between just regular Every day, winter type illnesses on coal bed. They also have to potentially take their child out into a community that could then expose that child, Emily Daily, the mother of four students near Salt Lake City. She's running for the school board, she says. While she isn't participating in the mom code, she can understand why some wood it's not mandated to get tested. That's the thing and so we need to remember that it is a choice on DH. You need Thio make decisions based off of what you fell. A B C's TJ Holmes reporting A strong typhoon blew out of the Philippines after displacing more than 120,000 people, leaving several
Fresh update on "lake" discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"Those rocks are fairly soft rock type called tough to USA volcanic definitely was a major erosion on rosia eruption God I. Don't remember the dates on it on top of my head I knew this winter I researched and all but. Good Kyle's going to Bellevue spoke chair California. Shoot. This was the the mountains were a stronghold for the Apache Indians when they were but the Apache drives when they were. Being hunted. But the US government. And there is a mountain in there that You have to be right perspective but when you do. It's it's the profile of coaching is pretty impressive. Yeah. It has a nickname that park who that was something you were. What were you wonderland rocks neon. Wonderland of rock says, yeah. What we've asked me to look up now. The default? Age does, Wonderland of rocks is rock type pro bowl candidate tough tough. It was a fairly soft rock type so same it's easily erode. Yeah. That's not very he'll do origin of that they but at the base of the Mountain Willcox Playa was an ancient lake and you can go there actually got photographs, but we can probably show. Listeners at some point, we can see the ancient shorelines of this event, which is now just a base in desert. But at at times in the past that rapidly filled and became a lake, maybe multiple occasions and I would associate the creation of that those. Wilcox Lake. Lake. Wilcox. With the erosion events that created what you see there yeah. Navy white-sand see like all these lakes around the desert's now they're. Trying yeah, well. Pre. Cambrian Mesozoic. no-one data. Old. Dad Pre Cambrian rocks wouldn't even exist anymore. Most active period in the volcanic history of the trick, our mountains began near the end of the Mesozoic. That was the most active period. So let's see. What's the most recent eruption? Yeah. The deposited all ask that was liquefied into the volcanic tuff that's what we're interested in here. But Yeah. So that's an example I think you can see the. In the mountain areas and you see in the desert basins below where these giant ancient lakes existed. So you know that for those huge lakes of existed, there had been a lot of rainfall, right? So wounded makes sense those were the episodes of accelerated erosion. I think so fan chair cows experienced that. Yes. Okay. Yes. I? Think that rainfall would be. It wouldn't be very local because I think the Cherry County officials storied I think you get when you're there is it's largely most like I think it will say on there as wind erosion. That's what it says during the past twenty, seven, million years faulting and erosion have had the greatest impact on the landscape and topography of the Chiro mountains uplift continued into the quaternary. Subjecting to the mountains to increase erosion alluvial fans formed along the flanks but she right there alluvial. So I doubt edge applying flowing water, right? So. Obviously, that water had to. Those rocks. And more effectively that went. Yeah I think. So but I would talk that the two forces worked in tandem but the the but. Fluvial. Rozhin. Would have been the dominant to dominant dominant original. Force. Well. I can find it well there. There was several major explosive eruptions. Fairly recently ethic. Find that. Yeah we'll figure it out eventually, but we we didn't have been..
Can I seed the lawn into late October?
"Says I live about two miles south of Lake Erie and twenty miles west of Cleveland. Is it too late to aerate and overseed my lawn? Would it be better to aerate and overseed in the spring break? Well now that that's kind of a tough thing on training there is a I'm going to call it a lake effect band around Lake Erie read that runs anywhere from two to five miles south of the Lakeshore just because of the body of water slowing the effects of change now grass seed is pretty resilient. I think if Murray was to get or have help getting the sly seating done and feeding done immediately and that would mean yet this afternoon or certainly within this next week wage. I think there would be reason to slice seed that first of all opens up the lawn. Let's the more air inlets fertilizer percolate better in terms of that. And I think there's still time enough will let's vote on it. Anyhow, go ahead and slice seed by all means that seed that does germinate. I think it will have long a period of time to grow to be up to about more Heights which means it should be sturdy enough to make it through winter some seed that hasn't germinated will lay their dormant until spring so that the job is already done now if it can't be done yet this afternoon or very shortly I would say definitely it would be a good thing to do again in the spring break. I I don't know. My lawn is not like a golf course or even close but I I like to keep it green all the time and it takes a little receding from time to time along with them. Aeration and so on and even the speaking of aeration if it can be done you could Air corps are eight and then slice seed and etcetera or that can be done again in the spring now. It's a little hard to get past what I'm going to call mushy with the constant rains of spring. So I like to get it done this time of year. But at the same time it's like seating is perfectly acceptable in the spring the earlier within reason the earlier you can get into the ground get it done the better because as soon as the heat hits things of course slowed down a little but I would say go ahead and get it done right now if you can your area should be and I'm semi familiar with that. I would say get it done. But if you can't smoke then certainly it can be done again in the spring with pretty nearly the same results.
Fresh "Lake" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Would end franking were played on giant video screens. At those rallies, the former vice president emerged to refute them. I'm not shutting down oil fields. I'm not eliminating fracking. I'm investing in clean energy. We're going to make sure that we don't continue to subsidize hero coming. Biden will make campaign appearance Tuesday in Georgia President Trump has rallies planned in Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska. Two firefighters have been critically injured fighting a fast moving wildfire in southern California, which has burned the equivalent of more than 11 square miles and forced the evacuation of nearly 100,000 people in Orange County. South of L. A. Southern California Edison says sparks from some of its power lines may have started it. After a down day on Wall Street Monday. Dow Futures are trading about 60 points higher Asian stock markets closing Tuesday Mixed America is listening to Fox News Problems continue in Pasco County this evening is we're shut down in both directions of 41 at Sundance Lake Boulevard. A little bit south of state Road, 50 to be on the lookout for detours through that area, working an accident on 301 at Big Ben Road. Now we're moving well on the interstates with no reported problems onto 75 75, or I for sea traffic problems.
Dual Sleep And Why It's Good For You
"Already instead of start things off we have follow up something that we said we would get back to you last time which I feel like every time we do that we We don't always get back to it, but we're getting back to it. So yeah, emily had asked us about her shift work weight loss intermittent fasting 's like crazy sleep schedule where she would sleep from ten PM to two. AM Do a paper out from two to four am and then sleep from four to seven am. which was very crazy sleep schedule. We talked about the like fascinating. was. It made Victorian people I think in general just being like the I've just read articles that indicated. That's how they live like medieval times or I don't know that was the natural way to be yes. They would like go to sleep and then like wake up and then go to sleep. So I asked the residence sleep expert Dr Cur- personally who I've had on the melon avalon biohacking podcast linked to that in the show notes the I asked him about it and obviously knew everything about it. He said it was called dual sleep and it occurred roughly twenty two longitudinal above or below the equator and it was because nights were ten to twelve hours at night. And the people would sleep into have the night and they would like wake up in the middle to do activities and hang out while the kids were still asleep. So that's different than like today where we're always sleeping, you know we're lucky for sleeping eight hours and the reason I'm bringing this up is because I think we were contemplating that really oh so maybe this is like a good thing. It's not an ideal situation that situation would be if you were sleeping like if it was like a twelve hour night and you're waking up in the middle so. I think our originally answer still stands about that schedule because they slept from dark too dark, right? That was the difference those people were sleeping from dark too dark and that was too much sleep. Yeah. Probably today would wake up in the middle and then had their second half of the that makes sense but you know what my body is still tuned. To that I swear I could live that way because as soon as it starts to get dark I wanna go to bed I don't care if that's nine thirty at night or five thirty at night. If it's dark I WANNA get into bed I probably should start just doing that. Go to bed wake up in the middle of the night get up. To do some stuff, go back to bed I bet I think that might be my natural. Goes might be my natural way of being I might. Sylvia. Wake in that time when you wake up because you go to bed so like when does it get dark? You would go to bed at like. Five o'clock if it's the wintertime. Okay. See Sleep from like five to like eleven. Oh, and then you wake up and then we could hang out. And then had my second night's sleep and we could both back to same. I swear I would probably feel great doing that we could do the podcast in. I'd have to have an earlier window I'd have to shift it. So, yeah. Coming from Jen's by phase sleep. In my normal sleep and my normally. That's so funny. The APP asleep is huge. I will do a quick plug for Dr Percy's sleep remedy. have an unflavored version of it that is fast friendly, and basically has all of the substrates that your brain naturally needs to fall asleep. So it's not like a pharmaceutical doesn't knock you out or you know affect your sleep quality just makes your brain naturally fall asleep. So being you can get it for ten percent off at sleep remedy dot com slash Melanie Avalon, and the version of it that I have is a capsule. It's a capsule. They have drinks as well. So you can get it for ten percent off at Melanie avalon dot com slash sleep remedy with the coupon, Melanie Avalon and the they do have the drinks while they're coming out with a kids formulation soon so That's pretty exciting but YEP sleep sleep is super important. I feel like I keep reading everywhere that. Out of everything honestly diet lifestyle exercise sleep asleep is lake probably the most important I mean it's hard to say once more important than the other but sleep is so k. like fasting is good for us because it's healing sleep is where are our brains are healing? Right? Not Sleeping it's like eating all the time. As far as like the effects it has yeah
Fresh update on "lake" discussed on John Williams
"Degrees at three o'clock. Good morning. I'm David Jennings. Yep, we were told of Kobe numbers didn't come down. There'd be roll backs, and now they are wg and traffic on the express ways in the till ways of it, and Ryan is shut down, and that's our bond between 83rd and 87th. The backup starts at 79th Street. We're told it is because of a shooting investigation. Two more regions of Illinois are going under stricter Koba 19 safety measures this week. Six of the state's 11 designated regions now have additional restrictions because of rising case numbers. And rising hospitalizations. Regions foreign tend the latest added to the list that includes the Metro East and suburban Cook County corridors Come to Brewster says more regions may soon follow and region nine. Lake and McHenry counties is reporting its first day of an average positivity rate above the 8% threshold for Mitigations had 8.1% if the region remains above the 8% threshold for the next two days. Could enter a period of additional mitigations, possibly later this week. Chrisman Ola's own several blueberry hill cafes around the Chicago Land area and says, Yeah, it is a tough time. It's hard how these are coming. You know, I just told my hostess, you know the news and she literally almost, you know. Starting tomorrow. Indoor service in bars and restaurants done not happening. Limits on group sizes lower to 25 people or 25% of the space in Illinois today yesterday should say 4700 and 29 new corona virus cases and 17 additional deaths. State positivity rate is it's 6.3%. Now. What happens with all of this Well, Mayor Lightfoot is concerned about it and warning that we may see additional limits put on the city of Chicago if the positivity rate doesn't come down. Mayor is also defending her proposal to raise fines on tickets for speeding. 21 2021 budget plan includes finding drivers $100 for going more than 10 miles an hour over the speed limit life, it says. This isn't like previous traffic finds it appeared to target minority community, unlike finds for non moving violations that did fall disproportionately on black and brown. Chicagoans and drove people into bankruptcy. People have control over whether or not they speed or not, the city expects do finds like this to generate more than $380 million in revenue in 2021. Mayor also says the move is strictly for safety. Cook County Treasurer's office is out with a new study chose the county's property tax bills basically have doubled in the past two decades. Maria Pappas says total tax bills in the county increased 99% over the last 20 years. The cost of living is so much that one up 36% that includes the 550 government in the county of Cook, including the city of Chicago. So we went up from seven billion to 15 billion. But if you just take Chicago alone, I've divided into quadrant and you deal with residential on ly in the city. It's up 164%. That increase went from 1.3 to $3.5 billion. You could get a look at this study. It is of the Cook County Treasurers website Cook County treasurer dot com Destruction and looting in Philadelphia after the police killed a black man yesterday afternoon for Philadelphia Police Sergeant Eric Grip has a man with a knife confronted, officers continued to follow. After the officers were wrenching. The weapon ulcers ordered him to drop it several more.
Think Twice Before You Eat That Halloween Candy
"The urban legend of Razor Blades in your Halloween candy or poison hidden behind the sweet taste of a snickers bar has been around for decades to this day. Parents are still worn to inspect all candy give into their children to make sure that it's safe for consumption quoted from a mental floss article written by Ethan treks quote it's easy to see how urban legends have taken hold because they're so terrifying after all parents Ben Three hundred, sixty, four days of every year telling their kids not to take candy from strangers precisely because of might be poisoned. Then, give the thumbs up to taking snacks from every house in the neighborhood on Halloween, and that's so true and it also calls to mind the whole idea of like when we re under it, we were told not to talk to strangers online and not to get in cars with strangers, and now we literally use the Internet to summon strangers to get in their cars yet. So. Weird. It's crazy. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five Joel Best, who's a professor of sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware publishing article that reviewed reports and press coverage of candy tampering in the United States between nineteen, Fifty, eight to nineteen eighty-four during the search he found a report as early as nineteen fifty nine where children were falling ill after a California dentist named. William. Shine had distributed four hundred fifty candies laced with laxatives. Two Children Jesus thirty of these children were actually affected by candy tampering and he was later charged with outrage of public decency and quote unlawful dispensing of drugs for a dentist. A dentist, a nine, hundred, sixty, four in New York a forty, seven year. Old Woman named. Helen feel was. Annoyed by the Halloween custom of handing out candy to children especially to children who she felt deserve to be given free candy for she handed out bags of treats including ant poison and dog biscuits while when she was confronted about her actions she said, she was doing it as a joke and only gave the items kid she felt were too old to be trick or treating. Is later reported that she was admitted to the State Hospital for mental observation. Good. God right. You don't know what their issues and why they're treating, and even if they don't have an issue like who fucking cares don't be so stingy. Yeah. Like would you want them taking part in egging in toilet paper toilet paper people's houses or would you like them going door to door and get some candy? Just let them go home with bags of candy and then do whatever they're going to do at the house. They're not gonNA come back at midnight to your house. They've if you give him dog biscuits. Yeah. It's like you just set yourself up for some mischief right in one thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, Toronto police had discovered razor blades and noodles and Halloween apples. The footage found in the CBC Archives Showed Police Displaying Candy that was supposedly poisoned in nineteen seventy, five year old boy named Kevin Dotson from Detroit died after supposedly eating heroin laced candy diseases. After news media outlets had a field day with telling all parents to dispose of their children's hard earned cash flowing treats. It was later discovered that the parents of the child were trying to hide the true events led to his death apparently the uncle of the boy. had a heroin stash in his home and the little boy had gotten into it and ingested a capsule filled with heroin. The parents sprinkled heroin on the boys Halloween candy after he had died as a cover up to protect the boy's uncle God. But that also kind of reminds me of the the thing that goes around of Lake don't watch out people are putting edibles in your candidate and like no nobody's giving you hundreds of dollars of drug senior kids. In two thousand and Minnesota a forty nine year old man named James Joseph Smith was charged with felony for tampering with candy after a fourteen year old boy was pricked with a needle after biting into a candy bar. Lou. He apparently had put needles into snickers bars and handed them out on Halloween. Night. He was charged with one count of adultery in substance with the intent to cause harm illness or death new four other boys were found to have the needle lace snicker Bar, but the only one boy was harmed. In Two thousand sixteen in Nova Scotia a twelve year old boy was injured when he reached into his candy bag and was cut by a razor blade poking out of a kick cap arc. In two thousand, seventeen multiple reports come out of Ontario Canada where eleven year old girl underwent surgery at U. ship it into recess peanut Butter Cup containing a metal object although it was unclear if this was a result of candy tampering or a manufacturing incident. And other eleven year old boy was also reported to have received a Tutsi roll containing melatonin pill before. Tone of all things so. Yes. So harmless but just go to sleep in two thousand, nineteen in Connecticut thirty seven year old Jason Racks was arrested and held on a two hundred fifty thousand dollar bond after the parents of at least two trick or treaters found razors in their children's candy bags. He was charged with risk of injury to a minor reckless endangerment and interfering with police officer apparently did not go quietly when arrested and he also stated that the razor blades were accidentally spilled into the Cannibal for boxer razors who just happened to have next to it. Yes. Yep Yeah I totally believer like you do a later unrelated incident involved someone handing out THC laced gummy candies in their Halloween trick or treaters. Each of the bags contained colorful gummy cubes each packed with ten milligrams of THC. It was stated that it was unknown if this was intentional or from might have been an unintentional oversight by the person handing out the treats but the packaging was obvious enough that it shouldn't be consumed by children Marcos is probably high end didn't notice it air probably high and just in the bag knows because there's pictures of it and that looks like little gummy little gummy bear bags. Yeah. So again, the joke comes up though that nobody's going to willingly hand over yet. They're edibles. Yeah. At the conclusion of Joel Best Research. So get it only went from nine, hundred, fifty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and a lot of these cases. I, told you about were in the two thousands So, this was his conclusion with his research at the conclusion of Joel Best Research into candy tampering incidents. He concluded that the vast majority of reported about seventy five percent who were either hoaxes conducted by children or their parents or didn't result in serious injury interesting. He also stated that contemporary legends are ways that society expresses anxiety and urban legends like Halloween Sadism could've stemmed from societal grievances like nineteen, eighty, two with the cyanide laced tylenol incident in. CHICAGO? The September eleventh terrorist attacks and subsequent Anthrax scare and of course now with Yeah. which actually plays into what you were saying. Devil's night about the depression and the war and how people just kind of like did what they did on Devil's night as a reprieve or as Cathartic. Occurrence. Yeah. So yeah, and that a lot of these urban legends Kinda just stemmed from people just having so much anxiety about the world in the world's problems. Yeah. Yeah. He has stated quote is it possible that someone maliciously passes out treats with the intent of harming children at random of course but this raises the question why they're usually aren't multiple reports from the same area effectively saying that the urban legend is just that nothing more than a hoax or scary story to tell her on time we're anxieties already
How Trump And Biden Differ On Energy Policy
"We are now just over a week away from election day although we know millions of people have already voted. But in these final few weeks, we've been focusing on some of the policy differences between President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden differences that might not be so easy to discern when they're buried in the middle of campaign rhetoric or debate jobs. Right now, we're going to focus on one revealing moment during last Thursday's presidential debate when the two candidates talked about energy specifically, how should the US get and use power in the future have a transition from their own minister yes? Oh. It is a big statement because I would stop why would you do that because the oil industry pollutes significantly here so let's dig into that a bit more what other two candidates competing visions for us energy policy going forward and what are the implications per workers and the environment to help us sort this out. We've called Dino Grandoni he reports on all this for the Washington Post with us now Dino Grandoni. Thank you so much for talking with us your. Thank you for having me on. So let me just start if we can with that clip that we just played there is a divide and how these to view the future of. US Energy. So when it comes to oil, where does each one stand? Yes. So the two candidates have laid out starkly different visions for what they would like to do with the oil industry and how they would like to transition away from fossil fuels or whether or not. They would want to even do that You saw a Democratic candidate Biden pledge to move away from oil in favor of renewable energy and predicted that that kind of move will generate millions of jobs president trump by contrast says that doing that would be costly and hurt the economy and in particular would hurt the oil producing states where both men are competing for votes. Well. You've recently written that president trump has very recently tried to rebrand himself as an environmentalist which would seem like a difficult sell when his administration has rolled back countless environmental regulations over the past four years and he continues to push for oil coal and gas. So what's his pitch? Yeah, and this is a man who has spent much of his life trying to rebrand himself during various business ventures. So He Over the past year has changed his position and a few different things he has promised to fund restoration of the Great Lakes when in the past White House had proposed cutting money to do that similar story with the everglades in Florida and He is endorsed this idea planting a trillion trees around the world in order to suck carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. President trump is going to have a hard time convincing the public that he is a more environmentally friendly candidate than Joe Biden, release candidate who cares more GONNA do more to solve climate change. His administration has spent the past four years rolling back literally dozens of anti-pollution another environmental rules and that kind of reputations probably baked into the public. At this point president trump has attacked for vice president Joe Biden for what trump a radical climate plant and we do have to say this has been described as by far. The most aggressive climate and energy platform that this country has ever seen from a major party candidate. So could you just just as briefly as you can describe what are some of the key elements? So what Joe Biden wants to do is eliminate US contributions to climate change by the middle of the century and on the way they're doing. So he wants to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector in particular power plants by twenty, thirty five, both of those are very aggressive timelines and like you're saying more. Aggressive than anything any other major party candidate has ever put forward. It's in fact more aggressive in some ways than what Bernie Sanders was saying back in two thousand sixteen. So let me ask you this though how does Biden respond to the argument? That's would cost this have tremendous adverse economic impact especially in states that are necessary to for him to win I, mean, how does he respond to that cost the loss of just thousands upon thousands of jobs? Well, he says that his climate plan is also a jobs. Plan that transitioning away from fossil fuels will create millions of jobs in itself to have to install solar panels, built wind turbines. But then also all all the different sort of retrofits that his plan calls for to homes and businesses to make buildings more energy efficient. He really thinks of this as an economic plan in addition to being a plan to stop climate change or headed off at least. Well, we knew though that president trump in contrast president trump has always kind of focused on that economic impact of. This country is kind of reliance on fossil fuels and back in two thousand sixteen many people may remember he promised to reopen coal mines and to bring back coal mining jobs has that happened no that has not happened and we've seen trump talk less and less about coal in the first two state of the Union addresses. He gave he talked a lot about clean call and saving jobs but he dropped those references in the last two state of the Union addresses and we've seen coal fired power plants continue. To Shudder and call nine continue to close down during his presidency not because of any government policy. Really. But experts say it's because of economic pressure Kohl's just gotten to expensive relative to natural gas and renewable 's and what about oil I. The idea that a move away from fossil fuels from reliance on fossil fuels is increasingly popular with the public. I mean, the polls make that clear but apart from that are the economics driving oil to face a similar fate, a colleague of yours reported last month, for example. That British Petroleum VP has come out publicly and said it is shrinking it's oil and gas business and investing in wind and solar. So are sort of economic imperatives or whatever public policy imperatives regardless of what president trump sort of perspective on this are they driving in that direction anyway. So during the pandemic at least in the short term, the oil industry has been hit particularly hard as people driving fly less. There's a lot less demand for oil and that has caused a lot of oil companies to have to. Lay off people and even have to declare bankruptcy in this country that said, there are some experts who do think that oil is going to go the way of coal right now, electric vehicles. There aren't that many being used relative to the entire auto market in the United States, but there's this expectation that adoption of electric vehicles is going to pick up and that's going to really eat into the petroleum business because most of the petroleum in this country is used towards transportation field towards the gas tank in your car. That is Dino Grandoni. He is an energy and environmental policy report with the Washington. Post Dina Grandoni thank you so much for talking to us. Thank you for having me
‘Murder for murder’s sake’: Mackenzie Lueck’s killer sentenced to life behind bars
"A Salt Lake City man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for the murder of a college student. A giant pleaded guilty to strangling Mackenzie Lewis at his home last year than burning her body. The University of Utah student met a giant a park after connecting through a dating app. Family members who confronted Ajai before he was sentenced, called him a monster. A giant apologized yesterday and said he deserves what he gets. A
Cop fired after fatally shooting Black teen in Waukegan, Illinois
"And Hispanic Waukegan police officer was fired late Friday night after shooting and killing a black 19 year old man and wounding his black 20 year old girlfriend last Tuesday. Get more on this story from WG ends. Vic von. The FBI has joined the investigation along with Illinois State police once it's complete, the use of force case will then be turned over to the Lake County, Illinois state's attorney's office for Review. Waukegan Police chief Wayne Wall says they terminated the officer for what he called multiple policy and procedure violations. They have not yet released. The officer's identity. Marcellis Danette was killed to Pharrell Williams remains
Police officer fired after fatal shooting involving unarmed Black couple
"Hispanic Waukegan police officer who shot a black couple inside a vehicle Tuesday was fired late Friday. The department says the officer committed multiple policy and procedure violations. That shooting killed 19 year old Marcella Stinnett and wounded his 20 year old girlfriend to Pharrell Williams. Investigators say Williams was driving and Stinnett was a passenger in a vehicle that fled a traffic stop and that the vehicle was later spotted by another officer near Martin Luther King Jr and South Avenues. Police say that as the fired officer approached, the vehicle started moving in reverse, and the officer opened fire. No weapon was found in the car. The officers firing was an out shortly after Lake County's chief prosecutor Said that the FBI will join Illinois State police and investigating that shooting.
Search suspended for UW professor missing at Mount Rainier National Park SE of Seattle
"These winter like conditions or impact in the search for this missing University of Washington, professor Sanju Ball was last known to be hiking on the moon, which Lake area around us. Not Rainier National Park on the ninth but hasn't been seen since. Park officials say weather is causing them to suspend ground searches, but they'll continue to search as they get new leaves. The park service wants to hear from anyone who saw him on the trail. Also new
Apple promotes redesigned iPad Air
"Couple of IPAD air four things. Yes. I got the sixty four gigabyte model so. I did look at the next model up you know and I consider style. You know what? It's like. Now, this thing I'm going to use this thing for like know web browsing video calling kind of second screen stuff. You know maybe reading reading a book I've I've done a thing before like I have an an. An E book. And I like read through it on the Elliptical. So that's before I plan on it and I also enjoy IPAD usage of watching movies on on the treadmill having that Beijing time I think I'll use this with fitness plus when it comes out because. The phones kind kinda small for that I've. I think so. I don't think suboxone bringing an IPOD and like and put it over a machine that you're using. Invasive. I'm yeah. Yeah. I have no plans to add three hundred dollar magic keyboard to choose a six hundred dollar. Same thing with the Pencil of a pencil is a wonderful a wonderful tool. It's really nice and how they work with the flat sided ipads. I've had both pencils and I've even made like my sticker pack years ago. The president's will cigarette packs easing the pencil like manipulate images. Of already, like it was a little bit is buying it of Lake Michigan Pencil to but no, I didn't do that and I've found that just having no writing on paper and everything is fine for me for that. So that's fine. Too Expensive really lie. True. If he was sixty bucks then I'd just like sixty bucks I'll use it our own but you know if they gave back down to ninety nine where the first one. Was Priced out like one twenty, nine for an for a style accessory is is it very nice so? That is a lot of money to spend accessory. And then I had a moment yesterday where of is having to think mentally like windows on the stuff come out and like what dates are the important dates and so just had to go through and like put them in the calendar is like this is a preorder date and this is a release date. And that made me realize Oh oh yeah. The pilot mini. The same time as a phone twelve many or pro Max. But it comes out of that Friday after the the next Monday after so. They said the week of that. Oh. Yeah might not be the Monday. So that's that's that's awesome
Why Pennsylvania is Key Among Battleground States This Election
"President trump narrowly won Pennsylvania in two, thousand sixteen and the state is shaping up to be an even harder fought battleground this time. Around we turn now to our national political reporter John McCormack Hi John. Hi, thanks for having me. So John Pennsylvania is uniquely positioned even among the battleground states in terms of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent economic fallout. What can you tell us? Well, we did a data analysis looking at the unemployment compared to a year earlier and also the. Deaths per capita for every county in America what we found when we did that analysis was that a Pennsylvania among the battleground states has the largest proportion of counties that fall into both of those unfortunate pockets has a lot of counties that have unemployment rates that are in double digits much higher than a year ago because of the pandemic and it also. Has a good number of counties that have deaths per capita rates that are in the top twenty percent of all counties. So we we looked at both of these benchmarks to try to get a sense for you know which battleground state is sort of suffering the most pain right now related to the pandemic in Pennsylvania really stands out in in those rankings. Let's dig into some specific county as you call Bucks County in suburban Philadelphia a battleground within a battleground. Tell us more about that what's happening there? Yes. So the unemployment rate in in Bucks County, which is just outside of Philadelphia. It's nine point seven percent, and that's more than double what it was a year ago and we used your ago figures because there's a season -ality. Unemployment rates, and so we looked at what was the unemployment rate a year ago for the same month and then compared to that that month this year and bucks is a county that Democrats and Republicans have fought over very closely. In recent elections. Hillary Clinton wanted by eight tenths of one percentage point I was simply like three or four thousand votes in A. County that is home to about six, hundred, twenty, eight, thousand people, and so it is a place that gets a lot of attention. Every presidential election cycle it has an area called lower box, which is in the southern end of the county and is a little grittier more industrial and certainly more densely populated, and there's a lot of white working class voters in that area. You know really rallied around Donald. Trump. In two, thousand, sixteen in his campaign of course hopes that they'll rally around him again in this presidential election. So it's a big county. It's a complex county, has a real widespread in terms of soda sort of socio economics, and we'll be intensely fought over by the way former vice president Joe Biden will be going there on Saturday. We all know he hasn't been doing a lot of on the ground campaigning this summer and fall, but he's starting to do more of it and one of his stops this weekend will be in bucks. County. So that indicates it's important. You anticipated my next question. How are the dynamics you just described influencing how president trump and Joe Biden are approaching Pennsylvania especially in the final days of this election and how does that compare to what saw in the candidate approach to Pennsylvania in two? Thousand Sixteen Yeah Well Twenty Sixteen. There was a lot of emphasis on Pennsylvania as well. Hillary Clinton held her national political convention in the summer in Philadelphia. So that was an indication of how important the state was back then as well. Of course, president trump won the state very narrow sort of as part of his you know northern Great Lakes, trifecta Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin that really sealed the presidency for 'em and So it's important. Again, this time Joe Biden's headquarters is in his campaign headquarters is in Philadelphia, and when you look at the the television reservations that are in place for both campaigns between now and the election Pennsylvania on a dollars per electoral vote basis in other words if you look at all the advertising spending that's going to be going on in Pennsylvania and the next week and a half if you then divide by how many electoral votes each state has and sort of do the math on that Pennsylvania ranks right at the top specially for Joe Biden in terms of places where he's going to put a lot of dollars on television screens in the coming days. So John Given, everything we've just talked about just how key is Pennsylvania going to be in this election let's arguably the most important battleground state. Now obviously, Florida's is also very important twenty seven electoral votes, but Pennsylvania has twenty and it's sort of viewed as critical for both of these candidates from Vice President Joe Biden is from Pennsylvania. You know if if he can't win the state that was born in that, that does have a lot of sort of working class that he's trying to appeal to that could be pretty telling in terms of what happens on election night. So it'll be very much watched. Some of the outside groups that are trying to influence the presidential race they sorta described Pennsylvania as. Camel's back. They feel like if if trump can't win Pennsylvania then there's really probably know path for him. It's always dangerous to say those sorts of things because you know like anything there can be surprises in in different combinations of these states can add up to the two hundred and seventy that you need to win. But certainly, a lot of eyes will be on Pennsylvania and a lot of resources and time will be going into the state in the next week and a half before the Election Wall Street. Journal. National, political reporter John, McCormick John Thank you so much for being here today.
You should use all your vacation days
"A friend was driving by. Just. A couple of days ago while I was out walking. And stopped to talk to me and told me that she and her husband had just been on driving vacation. and. They went to a beach. There was about five hours away in what a nice time they had and she mentioned you know but I still have weeks of vacation that I'm never going to get to us this year. And I thought about this because I talked about it like I. Don't know four six weeks ago. How people who have benefits at work and have vacation? Generally have not been using it. And you know there's a burn out with that. And maybe you would plan some kind of great trip you were going on and that has fallen through because the pandemic. Most employers. have use it or lose it rules for vacation. and. If you're working week after week after week. Day After Day. I mean, there are people who are underemployed right now are unemployed who aren't crying a river for you because you got that good job in that steady paycheck. But at the same time, you have that benefit. And you should take advantage of it. Even if it means a staycationing, you've got to clear your head. I am so into. Gosh I must be European heart. because. The Europeans know how to take their vacations. They don't ever leave a day of vacation on the table and they get a minimum six weeks a year, a paid vacation. Not so much here in the US. But I want you to look at the calendar because you don't have a lot of weeks left in the year. and. Whether you drive to the mountains or. Drive to a lake or You're near enough to an ocean or whatever. Go take some time for yourself. And if it means even just leaving the vehicle right in your own driveway and you just take time off from work. And you have auto responder on your email. Saying you're on vacation till such and such day don't be tempted to look at them. Leave them alone. Do something for yourself. I guarantee you. You were a better employee. For who you work for? If your mind is clear and fresh. Then If every single day. You are working.
Chicago, Rainy Ahead; Temperature Drop In Effect
"Flood advisory in effect till 10 A.m. tomorrow crossed northwest Indiana. Risi colder weather the Saturn with rain, the rain tapering off later, the Antony chapter is slowly dropping, clearing and quite cold Tonight Low 28, the western suburbs, 37 at the lakefront. Mar Chile intervals of clubs of sunshine, a high of 47 rain moving back into the late Sunday afternoon or Sunday evening. The lakefront temperature 47 midway 47 over here, 46 Crystal Lake. It's 45
Data Alone Is Not Enough: The Evolution of Data Architectures
"Hi and welcome to the a sixteen e podcast. I'm DOS, data, data data. It's long been a buzzword in the industry whether big data, streaming data, data, analytics, data science even ai and machine learning but data alone is not enough. It takes an entire system of tools and technology to extract value from data. A multibillion dollar industry has emerged around these data tools and technologies and was so much excitement and innovation in the space. It raises the question how exactly do all these tools together This podcast featuring Ali Goatee, the CEO and founder of data bricks explores the evolution of data architectures including some quick history where they're going and surprising use case for streaming data as well as always take on how he'd architect the picks and shovels that handle data and ten today. Joining Ali this hallway style jam is a sixteen see General Partner Martinez. Casado who with other a sixteen the enterprise partners just published a series of blueprints for the modern data stack. You can find that as well as other pieces on building a businesses the empty promise of data moats and more at a sixteen dot com backslash mfl economics. In this conversation, we start with holly answering the question. How did we arrive at the set of data tools we have today Starting eighties, business leaders were kind of flying blind, not knowing how the business were doing waiting for finance to close the books and data warehousing paradigm came about they said, look we have all this data in these operational data systems. Why don't we just all that data would take it out of all of these systems transform into some place. Let's call data house and. Then, we can get business intelligence on that data and it was just a major transformation because now you have dashboard, you could know how your product is selling by region by skew by geography and that itself has created at least twenty billion dollar market that has been around for quite a few decades. Now, what about ten years ago? This technology started seeing some challenges? One more and more data types like video and audio started coming out, and there's no way you can store any of that in did our houses second they were on prem big boxes that you have to buy and the couple of storage and compute. Kim really expensive to scale them up and down, and the third thing was people wanted to do more and more machine learning ai on his data sets. They saw that we can ask future looking questions, which are my customers charn which my. Products are going to sell which campaigns should it be offering to who? So then the data leak came about ten years ago and idea was here's really cheap storage, dump all your data here and you can get all those insights and it turns out just dumping all your data in a central location. It's hard to make sense out of that data that sitting there and as a result, what people are doing now is they're taking subsets of that data moving into classic data warehouses in the cloud. So we ended up with an architectural maths stats inferior to what we had ladies go. We have data in two places and they don't make ended that or house or the stale mass, and the recent sees not great in the last two three years. There's some really interesting technological breakthroughs. That actually now are enabling a new kind of design pattern. We referred to it as the Lake House and idea is what if you could actually be able to do bi that rightly on your knowledge and what if you could do your reporting directly on your radio and your data science and your machine learning straight up on the data link I would love to tease apart a few things that have led us here. You know this is very clearly a large existing data warehouse market behind. And you know it's typified by people using sequel on structured data. Like the Emily, a use case is a little bit different than the analytics use case right the case it's normally human beings that are looking pash boards in making decisions where the. Use Case, you're creating these models and those models are actually put into production and they're part of the product they're doing pricing. They're doing fraud detection to underwriting, etc.. The analytics market is an existing buying behavior and existing customer MLA is an emerging market and so. The core question is, are we actually seeing the emergence of multiple markets order this one market? Well, there are big similarities and there are big differences. and. Let's start with similarities roughly the same data. is needed for both there's no doubt when it comes to a and machine learning a lot of the secret sauce, you'll get those. Results predictions comes with augmenting your data with additional Meta data that you have. In some sense we have the same data and you're asking questions don't differences. One is backwards looking future looking but other than that a lot of it is the same and you want to do the same kind of things with the data you want to sort of repair it WanNa have it so that you can make sense of it. If you have structural problems with your data that actually causes also problems for machine learning, actually the difference today is that. It's line of business as typically doing a and they'll science or hardcore rnd whereas housing and be I oftentimes sits in it users of the data warehouse into Beatles, our data analysts, business analysts, and machine learning. We have the all scientists machine learning engineers. We have machine learning scientists. So the personas different and it sits in a different place in the organization and those people have different backgrounds and they have different requirements on the product using today.
Plans for Chicago's Lake Shore Drive overhaul move forward
"North Lake shore drive is getting rebuilt or make that redefined as part of the years long redefined drive project, the Illinois in Chicago Departments of transportation of and gathering feedback, and coming up with potential ways to overhaul the drive from grand to Hollywood. They've narrowed it down to a few options and they're looking for your input ahead of an upcoming public meeting Chicago tonight's Nick Bloomberg takes a look. Lakeshore drive is iconic but with icon status comes aging infrastructure some up to eighty years old and are in need of replacement, and so can we look at some opportunities to really reinvasion the area and solve problems while we rebuild the road problems not just like crumbling infrastructure, but also safety and mobility for all kinds of users. One of the things we heard definitely was improved access to. North shore drive itself. But really to the park, which is an iconic park based on roadway needs and public input planners came up with some essentials lakefront access every quarter mile grade separation for the Lakefront trail where it crosses east West streets getting rid of the pesky signal at Chicago, avenue, and reinforcing the shoreline which has taken a beating of late all the things that we see as critical to install. Harbinson what alternative? The alternatives look at ways to improve travel for buses. One would add a fifth lane in the center just for transit another option would convert an existing lane for transit leaving three for general purpose planners are also considering creating one or two lanes usable by buses and by drivers willing to pay a toll, how do we improve and how do we further manage the traffic? How do we further improve the reliability of that transit but as always a major project like this one has raised Concerns about the character of the Lakefront Lakeshore drive needs it's improvements, but we don't want to see lakeshore drive reconfigured to a point where it becomes a an interstate highway Miller. Says past renovations like near McCormick place created that wide interstate feel. He's also hesitant about a trenched roadway like what's on the table at Chicago Avenue WanNa keep that boulevard character to the drive friends of the Parks Twenty Years Ari agrees she's concerned expanding the drive could put parts at risk our preference is that Improvements be made to make traffic flow better to improve transit access, but not to create more lanes for cars, and while she appreciates the project I toward shoreline stability, this project released should be set within a much larger more comprehensive consulation about our late for neurosurgeon problem others think improvements for transit don't go far enough Kyle Lucas of the group better streets. CHICAGO SAYS ACTIVISTS HAD TO FIGHT TO KEEP the option that converted a lane for buses only, and he wants planners to think bigger like bus rapid transit shifting transportation closer to the edge of the city, and then creating something that's similar to an L. Line a fraction of the cost. Another idea protected bike lanes in both directions since Lucas says, the Lakefront trail isn't always practical for cyclists and none of that taking away from access for cars but we think the data suggests that. If we were to actually invest in alternative of transportation. We need way less space for cars on the Lakefront we could dramatically reduce the footprint of the road and create more park space for people to enjoy and kate low of UIC worries about focusing too much on congestion since transportation is the biggest contributor to greenhouse gases. In the US, we should instead have reducing vehicle miles traveled be one of the primary motivating factors while she appreciates. That improving transit is one of the goals at the heart of a it's about enabling auto commutes during the peak our peak our downtown commuters are disproportionately affluent. So this project would speed their commute and not address transit as on the South and West sides for their part I dont and CDOT say the project is multimodal focused on the future and effort to balance a lot of different interests. Everyone loves lake shore drive for different reasons. We've tried to. Weave into our designs public comment on the five proposed designs is open through November ninth for Chicago Tonight I'm nick. Bloomberg?
Mucho Mucho Amor With Kareem Tabsch
"Hey Kareem welcome to Latino rebels radio. What's up? Thanks much Adamy. How's it going? I'm good. I had your creative partner earlier this year. Christina who I've known my God I've we we have a mutual friend. So, I've known Christina for like ever, and then it was weird because as I was prepping for this interview, I listened to what we did about the Walter mccollough documentary and like a true astrologer. Lake Sheep. Like the predictions. So you can have to give to confirm all this. Now I mean it's kind of UNCANNY. The things she was saying about the documentary in. And then boom. Well listen I feel bad for you because Christina is both the smarter and Prettier One and I am just allowed one so. Yeah IT'S A. Back. Under. The intro like she does the military we set this up everything's under control, and then you come in late you're like, hey. Like. Thing. And another thing. Yes. So, listen. I. I, know I. I know I know the origin story so I don't WanNa get into it, and if people really want to hear the origin story about how this documentary came to be. We will link to the original. So this is an extension of that conversation. But so I wanted to have you on because of that but also to talk about representation in general were it's going next your thoughts. Let's start talking about I about this. You know I think it was a sensation. When it came out I mean. Yeah. I mean talk talk about it talk about. It feel. Wait. A minute. So we launched on Netflix July night. Oh my God. It feels like he'd launched like. Okay. So it's Depending on, you ask I'm sorry I depending when you ask either it was six days ago or six years ago Leno. Yeah. So tell me how has been has been. Changing or creatively. Awesome. It's been a little bit of both it's surreal how it's been. You know. We made the dock in. In you know the whole journey was just really crazy but just really the the end of his you know we finished the dock. Sundance November I walter died November second. So that was just a moment of that was a weird coincidence. But then we had to go back to Puerto Rico Puerto. Rico for the funeral we were there for a week we to Sundance. Saving. And then we I I mean I say this with both humility and pride, and then we got into every vessel that we wanted to get into. Between what the funding With release and the world shut down with Kobe and And so Some of those most of us all those actually. To others got cancelled. So it's minute really weird I felt that in the age to yeah it's been really weird. Re experiencing this all from my living room like from my kitchen table. Yeah. It's so crazy but A. Every day with a new thing you've you've heard of either new famous person who's seen it or we've gotten a new message from another part of the world somebody who's discovered Walter it's been a little spin really surreal but I mean now how fun I mean we made the movie 'cause like Latinos we will say as Latinos we had the leverage in the honor to have walters part of our lives for decades, and we made the movie because we wanted to share him with the world at large to see that actually happening. It's wild. It's crazy. So you know it's funny. You say because when I did talk to Christina was around Sundance. and. You. Know you go out there. I mean you guys I remember. I saw the pictures of you guys were like, Hey, we are premiering. Hey, we're. We're in the CAPE'S HEY, here we are. And and the net flicks announcement happened around like right at the time we dropped the podcast with Christina. So it was like my God this is perfect that was. So. You're so right about just being physically present what your creative you know. You're there. It's like it's done. I'm with people. This is this is this is going to be a great year and it still is a great year right but but you're seemed to be celebrating it in a very moral. Distant way, but is it satisfying I? Mean I must be. I mean, it is incredibly satisfying incredibly exciting
Interview With Amy Toensing
"So. How are here so you? Holding up in the midst of all this madness. I, you know in the grand scheme of things. I feel very lucky but that doesn't mean that on a daily basis I'm not like pulling my hair and. Try to remember Hala game but definitely, it's been a little crazy I. don't know if you feel this I was thinking about this recently like it just it's weird that it's Gotten Kind. Of normalized on. So many levels with what's going on. It's like we've just adjusted. You know how you need. I think it also involves a certain degree of denial. Yeah. There's a lot of. Yeah. Because I think he caught up to me emotionally about two three weeks ago. I'm constantly busy with things. So and then one day, I couldn't be busy enough. Credibly fatigued. And there was nothing happening in terms of my health, my life to sort of explain it that I think he just like. It was just so much constant noise. Yeah. That I felt like I couldn't escape. It was just like Oh my God I just need to. decompress I spent a couple of days disconnected reading Brooke, taking long naps. Like I didn't realize how much I needed it until I needed it. It's just insane what's happening it's just it's so crazy the politics right now are just it's so upside down and then at the same time, there's this undercurrent of trying to. Just live logic just the logistics of it you know. With life staff and then your lake in the new the noise and what's happening to is just so the upheaval is insanity. So I'm with. But I haven't had that moment. Me We. Finally, we went camping on our land couple of weekends ago we bought land up Nevada on duck sweep made husband myself three-year-old. We all moved to Syracuse New York mayor for new job that I got as a tenure track professor at Syracuse University. So that's like a massive change but. With living in Syracuse it was like, okay. We're going to get at least get landed on exit. WE'RE GONNA move out stay he'd. Have some sort. It's to have rumors, but they going out and camping was the I. Guess that resonates with what you're talking about like just kind of shutting down a little bit was very helpful. The quiet that's for sure I find these conversations give me at least an hour respite. I can. I get to talk shop with interesting people and. Usually am left with. Not usually almost every time. Left with A feeling of positivity positivity in hope. So I hope that that's what listeners to take away from it when they when they listen to the show. Oh, yeah and I think just like a segue from the evening with the masters I think that that was an I'm making my way through the talks right now video. Again we three year olds I just I didn't make to a lot of them over the summer as the timing of it for the East Coast. It was bedtime every time it was happening. So you didn't go over very well with timing, but now it's amazing to listen to it so. It. It gave me an excuse to find out more about you because I knew of your work. But that was the first time. I've ever really had a chance a good chance to sort of take it in. And I really enjoyed your presentation thought it was wonderful but. Look even more look forward to having an hour with you today. So thank you again for for doing this. In in doing my research, I saw presentation that you did in which you and several other photographers were working with. Like Somali the offers African photographers sort of a project with the. National Geographic or. At. Least National Geographic distributed the video for it was it. Was it. National. Right I mean I've done a lot of camps. So was it in Kenya or was it in the United States with similar because we are to Somalia there was photographer called Chill Mel mayank yeah. Amazing photographer. You're sitting down with Catherine Simone. Krona. Yes. Oh. That's okay. I know what you're talking about now we did. So it was really cool. They came to. DC. Yeah. That's what you're talking about. There are south Sudanese
"lake" Discussed on BrainStuff
"Siberia's Lake Cal is not your average. . Lake. . At forty, , nine miles wide by three hundred and ninety, , five miles long that seventy, , nine by six, , hundred and thirty, , five kilometers. . It's the world's largest freshwater lake and with history that dates back twenty, , five, , million years it's also Earth's oldest. . But size and age aren't the only things that make this. . Lake. . Special. . Lake by cow is also home to more than three thousand, , seven, , hundred different species, , many of which are only found in the Baikal region. . That's why by cows often considered the Galapagos of Russia. . No in case it's bio-diversity doesn't dazzle you here's another but Julia fact. . Lake by cow has its own version of the Loch ness monster. . Its name translates to water dragon master and it's described as a giant sturgeon with a prominent stout, , an armored plating along the back. . The monsters history goes back centuries with ancient carvings depicting this terrifying creature. . Interest peaked we thought. . So here's a starter guide to this ancient beautiful and mysterious late, , which is by the way a UNESCO World Heritage Site. . Lake Baikal is located in southern Russia near the border of Mongolia, , its depth of five thousand, , three, , hundred feet about one thousand, six, , , hundred meters makes it the world's deepest lake about five hundred feet or two hundred meters it's also famous for its clarity of water and ice. . When the lake is frozen, , you can see dozens of meters or hundreds of feet down. . And as we said at the top, , it's also the world's largest lake that size twelve, , thousand, , two, , hundred, , square miles, , or thirty one, , thousand, , six, , hundred square kilometers makes it comparable in volume to the entire Amazon Basin? ? A first scale? ? It reportedly takes about three hundred and thirty years for single water molecule to flow from inlet to inlet. . So. . How did like by cow get so massive About twenty, , five, , million ago lake by CAL formed through fractures and shifting within Earth's crust. . It wasn't Lake Baikal as we know it. . Now, , though experts believe it was a series of lakes similar to the Great Lakes in the United States while scientists aren't positive how lake by CAL went for many lakes to the behemoth. . It is today they do have theories. . It could have been sinking earth erosion earthquakes or increased water from melting glaciers although it's likely a mix of these factors and more. . That unifying change took place in the pleasing epoch about five point three to two point five million years ago. . But this lake isn't finished growing. . It's expanding at a rate of about point seven inches to centimeters every year at the same speed at which Africa in South America are drifting apart. . At this speed, , some scientists believe lake by Baikal is actually an ocean in the making. . The lake boasts twenty-seven islands, , the largest of which spans two, , hundred, , eighty square miles or seven, , hundred, , twenty, , five square kilometers and has its own lake mountains and the population of fifteen hundred residents. . The locals connected to power van underwater cable in two, , thousand and five, , and we're connected to the Internet shortly after. . Some Call Lake by Cao, , the Galapagos of Russia not only because it has an impressive array of those nearly four thousand species but also because eighty percent of those animals are found nowhere else. . One reason for this unique biodiversity is the lakes. . Array of hydrothermal vents which are commonly found in oceans but lake by cow is the only freshwater lake known to have them. . Cold water from the lake enters cracks in the Earth's crust through these hydrothermal vents. . When the water reaches magma, , it heats up, , then returns resurfacing with minerals and heat. . These rich minerals are probably the reason some of the lakes most unusual species were able to develop including several unique fish and the nerpa seal species, , which is the only exclusively freshwater seal species in the world and its evolution is mysterious and some scientists believe it arrived by a prehistoric river from the Arctic But beyond seals fish other common animals found in the forests and mountains surrounding Lake Baikal include. . Elk. . Reindeer links wild-boar, , and of course, , the lakes frequently reported water dragon master. . And this ancient lake has another air of mystery about it. . UFO sightings. . Many locals have reported strange lights and alien spacecraft throughout the years and several Soviet era documents mention ufo instance in sightings around Earth's largest lake. . However for all of its natural wonder, , amazing wildlife end stranger sides for lake cows one hundred, , thousand permanent residents it's simply home. . Made, , occupations are forestry agriculture, , fisheries, , hunting, , and tourism though that's currently on hold due to covid nineteen. . Here's hoping they opened back up soon. .
"lake" Discussed on Natural Disasters
"We're doing a single episode. Toxic gas disaster at Lake Nieto's the volcanic lake in Cameroon unleashed a cloud of. Of deadly gas that killed more than seventeen hundred people overnight. This disaster was only the second of its kind in recorded history, alerting scientists to a new threat, lurking in the watery deep in this episode will uncover the geologic features that made Lake Nieto's ticking time. Bomb will also explore the fateful night. That Lake Nieto's finally exploded releasing a cloud of lethal gas on thousands of unsuspecting villagers finally will examine the aftermath of the tragedy and investigate efforts.
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Her and there was one person taking care of these four kids that allege motive that cowl was worried that dealerships would take hit because of the divorce. Not so sad cal side. His lawyer told him Michelle. Couldn't touch the business and that anyway before she vanished. Michelle had decided decided to accept. Gal Settlement offer seven hundred forty thousand dollars. She had indicated to numerous people she was happy with the settlement. Besides Mary. There was plenty of money to go around and no amount of money would have made Kale They say Aha for two million dollars. I'm just going to wipe her out then. There was the blood splatter in the kitchen. Alcove could've been a cut. Finger said the defense in any way nobody could really tell when it was left there. And that's where a prosecution claim. The cow tried to wash away blood on the garage floor. There's a small amount of diluted blood which was found days after the New York state police had walked through this particular area of the House while they were conducting the search coach walking out. It's not going to destroy the blood cells. They can deluded if their if their boots are wet. Finally the defense decided jurors needed to hear from CAL Harris Zor carrying carrying father. Not as the medicine husband the statement about to be so that offended took the stand. It was nerve wracking. I you know obviously my life is. He's on the line and my kids. Are you know their lives on the line. He admitted to an affair blamed himself for the end of the marriage but denied he threatened hurt or tried tried to control Michelle if anything he said Michelle had been living a bit of a wildlife staying out all hours just before she disappeared. She came when she pleased East. She had money to spend wasn't tracking her down the babysitters here the nannies were here She was off doing whatever she was. I don't even know what she was doing was enough. The jury deliberated for almost two days. And it wasn't guilty again. Takes your breath away. You know it's like in stabbed in the stomach. Just I'm numb. You know I already been through it once. Family and friends stepped in took care of his small kids who began a weekly ritual. Visiting Dad in prison Taylor the eldest he go and you get to see him for two hours a week. And you got a bunch of other people talking and it's loud loud and can't really have a private conversation. That leaving was definitely the hardest part for us. I mean yell at the other. Well what was it like. Driving three years go by then came a day in October. Two thousand twelve. When cal Harris found himself crying for joy in the prison yard rare? I mean this is really a new chance at freedom. You urgency from the kids. This is kind of our time to come out and do our part and a whole new theory on the case. It's it's all coming together. It's time to look elsewhere. Trial number three. Hey It's Chris as you know sometimes it's good to just take a step back from the day-to-day onslaught of news and take a broader. Look at the issues. That's what I'm doing each week on my podcast. Why is this happening happening? Were exploring topics ranging from school segregation to climate change. Well the way that I think of it is climate change will be to the twenty th century what modernity was to the nineteenth century. It'll be the central subject of questions about economic justice. Everything you care about in the world will be affected by climate and digging deep with guests uniquely qualified to analyze issues from mass incarceration them to race relations. As you know for the first time in our history at the national level whites are on the verge of losing their majority status in twenty years. And I think it's no coincidence that that our politics are getting more tribal. Join me for wise is happening new episodes every Tuesday wherever you get your podcasts. Gal Hera's won the lottery. It can hardly even more surprising than the news he heard in the prison yard October. Two thousand twelve his rare. Though I mean this is really rare for what happened. and New. York's Court of appeals overturned cows second murder conviction said the trial judge made mistakes during jury selection and when he allowed hearsay testimony so the Appeals Court order. Trial number. Three Qiao once again went home to the house and Empire Lake and his four growing children. Tanner you're the youngest was in eighth grade. Then Restaurant High School Alice. Great what a change easy. It didn't take long. Who just all he had to adjust to what our plans or yeah? Well you've been coping on your own for so long. Take this time this third chance. The kids were determined. This would be different. We want to know that our dad will not be taken away from must again for a client. We now he did not commit. It was a very public coming out. Kayla address the cameras rest of the kids and their teary eyed at sued by. We not sit here in silence and watch another tragedy of justice take place launched a tip line asking the public to help find find out what really happened to Michelle was march. Two thousand fourteen. It's time for a real investigation. That will give us answers. I think it was. It's a good thing for us to finally come out and talk about it. Carol hired new lawyers and they condemn the state for an investigation which they said was blind to any suspect but their client lead. Defense attorney Bruce Bar cat. They've pursued this man. For fourteen years with scant evidence. The defense went back to witnesses. The police had interviewed years before. Talk to others and heard a whole new story of Michelle's last hours on earth I earlier. Trials said reveal the mother of four had been hanging with an unsavory crowd coworkers. Customers from her waitressing job attorney. I eat a lesson ring. There were people there that had criminal records. There were people there that were dealing drugs. There were people there that were making sexual advances on the night. She vanished after she left her boyfriend's place now new. They said that Michelle did not go home because one of those witnesses reported seeing her later we do that night with another man a local steelworker attorney done on September eleventh on that night in a bar in a dance dance club. He actually said and that he was there but then he left the two of them alone and he went home. Steelworkers pod with Michelle was a regular at her restaurant to the defense his name was stacy. Stewart the defense said. He told his friends he had a sexual relationship with Michelle and said the Defense Stacey Stewart appeared to be the very man Kevin Top saw with with Michelle in the early hours of September twelve. There was a blonde woman out there and a young gentleman You know in his early twenty s dubs identified that man from a photograph his physical appearance his facial hair his height of his age and the type of vehicle drove dubs said the man he saw was standing beside a black truck. Stacey Stewart owned a black truck same kind and it's a new model and it's a Chevy and you look everything up and it's all coming together. Stacey Stewart has denied any involvement Michelle's disappearance. He's denied he ever had relationship with Michelle. said he was never even loan with her. Still Cal side was convinced that Stewart and a friend of his played some role in Michelle's IOS disappearance in two thousand fifteen trial number three opened in the town of Harry. The change of venue necessary said the defense because the case was too well known tiogue Noga County and the defense managed to get some of the prosecution's case thrown out. The state wasn't allowed to suggest as it had before the blood was spilled around the time show disappeared the have forensic scientists get up and speculate and guess how old blood was based upon the caller from a photograph is not rage. Asli unsupported proposition also out hearsay testimony from prosecution witnesses. Who said Michelle told then? The cow threatened her life. We don't think they belong to evidence as part of the reason cases on the first time in the second time then the defense attempted to present its evidence evidence about that alternate suspect Stacey Stewart and the judge. Shut them down. The jury would only be allowed to hear. Stewart's name that Michelle knew him that Kevin Tubbs had idead him and that he owned a black truck of the time. No more why. Because Stacey Stewart wasn't on trial Caldera's was the wrong man. Attorneys insisted cow did not deserve to be on trial and frankly Michelle Shell and the her family deserve better. We all WanNa know what happened to her. It's time to look elsewhere. There was a new prosecutor. You too this time. Thai Yoga Counties Kirk Martin. He made the same arguments as the previous. Da Saying the evidence pointed to cal Harris killing his wife. The trial took three months and finally late April the jury got it and the waiting began. Michelle's family still convinced convinced. That cal was guilty. His you're a corner of your brain thinks maybe it was somebody else not at all not at all well cow and his family hoped the jury had been persuaded otherwise. You know. You have been confident before when you've gone on trial because you sir. I didn't do it. I should be acquitted and yet you weren't. So how does that impact your thinking now. Just by what Bruce and his is team have done in the investigation. It's got create some doubt and we didn't have that before so uncertainty. By this time it was a way of life for for the children so I think you know if things don't go our way it'll definitely you know turn all of our world's upside down but I think we're I know we're tough enough. We'll get through it but you know you definitely don't like to think about that kind of thing. We definitely plans what we WANNA do. That's all said and done and over with with the good end turns out. We'll talk about that at all AK Shen. So we're cool. Maybe.
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"You what happened here in Little Owego New York in August two thousand seven was almost unbelievable. Kawahara convicted of killing his wife. Michelle show who is about to be sent away for twenty five to life and suddenly it all blew up right in. Da Jerry King's face. I came into the courtroom thinking that the defendant was going to be sentenced and it ended up being more of my being on trial. Who who on earth had the power to make this happen? He did Kevin tubs. I know that she was there. Okay I know she was Kevin Tugs plainspoken rough-hewn farm worker back then was hauling Hay. And why was he so important because after six years during which tops for he barely registered the fuss over the Harris case he picked up a paper saw the story of cows conviction and and I seen that and I started like recall. You know second-line Oh my God just like that. He's suddenly newly said What he saw the morning after nine eleven the morning Michelle Harris disappear was important did was between five thirty and six in the morning? He said he was hauling a load of Hay as I was going by the Harris property there was a blonde woman out there and a young gentleman you know as early twenty s standing by a pickup truck. My lights is right on them and hardly more than ten feet away. He said he looked straight at the young man saw. He was dark haired muscular at visibly angry. He looks like dislike. What do you want and the woman she was looking down just by her face looked like she was crying upset or wasted the woman? He said he was certain of it. It was Michelle Harris was her. Was it true if Kevin tubs really did see Michelle on in the early morning hours of September twelve the prosecutor's case was in ruins because cal Harris couldn't have murdered her some seven hours before an innocent good man had just been convicted and so the judge tossed out the verdict call for another trial and sent cal home to his kids. Many including including Michelle's family thought tough story with bogus. Everybody knew is lie and I mean it was the most bizarre story that you could ever told hold then of course trial number two opened in two thousand nine. The prosecution attack tubs credibility. Why did he wait? Six years to come forward deal for the defense. It's TUBBS was pure gold. The man to create reasonable doubt. There simply isn't enough evidence to convict kill hair supporter. Bill Eastern Eastern was one of CAL's attorneys. There's not an eyewitness to an ear witness to what he didn't confess to it. None of this direct evidence is present. In this case. It's the prosecution. Argued that cow showed how unfeeling he was by failing to join the search for Michelle. That was nonsense that Mary cow simply trying to we keep altogether for his small children. There were dozens. Maybe hundreds of experts scouring.
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Michelle Harris thirty five year. Old Mother of four was missing a New York state police investigators. Molly felt sure of one thing. Michelle had not abandoned. Her children. That clear picture that we developed is that Michelle would never leave her children ever. So was it foul play after all. Michelle van was abandoned at the foot of her driveway. Driveway and that blood on the garage floor and in the kitchen alcove jesting proved. It was Michelle's blood. There's a lot of blood in the garage. Judge then spread over a wide area. And there's a lot of blood splatter mean over sixty drops of blood that's been not not just drift but splattered by some force on that throw rug. India didn't make sense. This woman wife of an affluent car car dealer devoted mom mug an unlikely victim and they have what would appear to be an idyllic life in a beautiful home and beautiful children it got off to a storybook start he the attractive wealthy car dealer. She a pretty young woman from modest means answering phones at a Harris family car art dealership. What attracted the two of you to each other? She was very outgoing and very attractive and good personality. He was a knockout. She was funny. You choose vibrant. Mary Harris was also taken by cows. New Girl Michelle she said was a woman for anything athletic Let's have a good time jump on the jet ski jumping or four Wheeler Dainty. We as it were another gye retiring type either either. I mean that's part of why I thought they I mean they're their personalities to me seemed to really Mesh Michelle fell hard to for the man and his lifestyle. Gary Taylor is your dad me one some dealership thing and they went to Switzerland. I think in you know I mean there was a lot of perks there that she'd never had before so August. One thousand nine hundred. Michelle cow got married here. Beside Empire Lake was great day it was just a beautiful setting and very relaxing Not Very stressful. Just kind of being a big party afterwards. The fairytale rolled on the the kids kept coming. They built the House on Empire Lake and here on their private preserve. They were a family in motion fishing swimming skating. Michelle into all of it and now now the kids are much older. Of course. They're mom her. They had no real memories long. Time is true most your lives and how old are you. I'm not sure how I was but I don't have any memories. It is often told by those who knew Michelle how much she resembles her mom. I have seen pictures over. She's really pretty she's always smiling. Seems like a really happy person so it makes me feel good that people see me and her even with that terrible loss said the kids. They've grown up happy and content for the most part. All thanks to one person. Just tell me about your dad. Kind of guys funny He's funny he's the most caring guy in the world. He's nice and where his whole world then he's protective even even just loves us so much and wants the best for US protective WHO said he tried to shield them best? He could from the not so happy times. Michelle was really struggling with those kids at a young age which I totally understood what I noticed was that she was just drifting away from being being a stay at home mom and I understood that there was certainly friction in the Harris married. He loved order. She not so much she had in a room downstairs and she called the Chuck Room. Airfare is going to be a party or picnic or whatever she'd throw it take it down Chuck Room. She told friends and family. He he had a temper a controlling way. Once back in Nineteen ninety-six she called her sister-in-law from a closet terrified. Had The gun outside the closet is it and she was inside hiding. Would you hear about that. He was out there as a pump. Gun I guess. And he was racking pump action up and down and tolerant come out cow later denied. It was true that he'd been fighting or threatening the show with a gun then in nineteen ninety nine. Michelle learned cow was having an affair affair. She was devastated but not ready to end the marriage and cows said he wasn't either Michelle said. Oh you know we can work through this but you know you gotta get rid of the girl. She worked up at the CORTLANDT dealership. They did what they could to salvage the marriage. It didn't work. She told her family. He cut off her spending spending money. She took up with a young man and November two thousand a month later. She told cal she wanted divorce. Her family said he didn't take a boil things in that big house in paradise grew strained. Indeed why did she stay in the house. Her attorney had advised her to stay in the house and To not leave. They divided the parenting duties and worked on a settlement. Michelle got a job as a waitress at a local restaurant bar. That's where she. He was the night of September eleventh. She finished her shift about nine. Had some drinks who to co workers and then she drove to her boyfriend's apartment left Airbud eleven that sumo we believe was the last time anybody saw Michelle Harris. We did a lot of work on a a lot of different people early on and it wasn't until they were eliminated and then we learned more and more about Calvin that he became the focus district attorney even tried to speak to. The two eldest children didn't accomplish much beyond frightening them. Apparently I know I just sat there and and cry the whole time. I didn't talk. I wasn't allowed to be in their Taylor but older you the time I was in fourth grade and he was in fifth grade so nine nine and ten but da Jerry Keen said he interviewed plenty of other witnesses. Who convinced him that? The police had the right man in September. Two thousand five four four years after Michelle Harris disappeared the DA charged or husband cow with second degree murder. Three state police personnel literally utterly busted into my office and kick the door open and the three of them jumped me and handcuff me and shackled me and Walking walking out the front door of my office you gotTa taste on order up close and personal yeah the DA was going to take the case to trial even even though there was no body no murder weapon and even though he himself was by no means convinced he could prevail. I thought that it was is maybe a fifty fifty shot at a conviction. I thought that a jury could go either way hurts yes absolutely all of it was just taken away. Prosecutors come on strong. He told her that he would put her body in a place where we'd never be owned loaned at the evidence. I think it could very well have been the most important part of the case. True crime is my passion. 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"Fifteen years four trials would it never end. I just put my head down. I went numb. I I just I went no tonight. The climactic chapter in the Family Saga One. That began in a moment. All the drowned out in the chaos of history. Are- two thousand one. The Harris kids were little seven. Six four and to the family lived in this sprawling patch of wilderness where the private private lake in the backyard. Living in paradise seem kids have still have a lot of happy memories out here you know. It's just a very very unique in a special place that we were fortunate enough to To purchase you know years and years ago unique and special place at only a prosperous first person could afford like the prominent car dealer cal Harris. He loved it out here too. He said and taught his kids to love it. You went out with the kids new hunting fishing You name it. We swim in the lake. We jet ski in Lake. We Water Ski. My kids like to bring their friends out. I really enjoy just just to be outdoors. It's a fun place. President is always fun. I can't imagine over in presents. The new things get well. I can't think of more. Ideally placed a half Christmas. And does it feel like that at the time and it was here in this patch of Paradise Sir cow that he woke up one morning in two thousand one to find that his wife. Michelle wasn't home. She'd gone to work the evening before didn't come back. Mary Harris cals and he didn't know where she was and what happened. Who Carpentry was better and honestly he didn't? It wasn't something. He seemed comfortable talking about a lot. I think it was very emotional squirm. She was gone gone without warning. Her friends distraught called her cell phone. How are Jio possible? I am worried about the jury so phone message haunting now. There is something else about as you should know the night. Michelle Harris Vanish was not just any night. Eleven thousand one things are in some some kind of disarray. They were and so nobody was paying much attention to the disturbing events here. Little A we go New York troopers have all been sent to New York City. There's a skeleton crew left at all. The Stations Moulvi was a senior investigator. The New York State Police. She took the call morning of September twelfth. Would you do I said to investigators over to talk to Calvin Harris and I sat a uniform warm trooper up to the House go. Heroes opened up his house to them. He said whatever you need. Look wherever you need to look. We have carte blanche I want this us to be solved. I want to know what happened but morning. Investigator movie do only this. She had a missing person case on her hands. And with luck it will resolve solve itself speedily as many. Do we kept hoping as everyone did that. Michelle would call her house or call one of her friends and show up cows at his Dan. Mary was completely focused on his four children had to leave it to others to search for Michelle. His thing was okay time for them to go to school. All right now. It's time for me to pick them up. I need to be sure that if this is the routine that they are that is normal for them. We're GONNA keep them in their routine but where was their mother. Here was a clue clue and it didn't look good. Michelle's van had been left at the foot of the long driveway leading up to our house out here on that country. Lock the keys. Were still in the ignition. Where was she always? Investigators video camera in hand searched the house outside those two hundred plus acres to look through that area areolas homesteaded heavily in the eighteen hundreds. So there's a lot of late up wells and old foundations and things like that now we didn't i. I am not outside but a few days later. They did entered the residents through the open garage door. Senior investigator. Steve Anderson I. I noticed Bloodstains on the floor and on the mouldings of the doorway that let out to the garage and there was more blood. Tiny stains in the kitchen. Rug they sent it out for tasks everything on the floor on the inside walls and on the carpet came back to being shelve blood and suddenly the case look very different. Then we knew we had a real problem. What in the world happened to Michelle Harris and they have what would appear to be an idyllic life home and beautiful children surprising revelations relations behind closed doors? We learned more and more key became the focus. A husband suspected daughter question. I didn't talk. I just sat there and cried the whole time..
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Trying a criminal case more than a quarter century old tall order ordering memories fade witnesses. Die a fact not lost. On Europe's defense attorney. Chuck Watson if you take this case apart the only thank they can prove beyond reasonable doubt as the left that he ran away just made the wrong decision he did make the wrong decision But I wonder if the decision forgivable decision not surprisingly Diane Babcock's Fam- he was pushing hard for the prison sentence. They did not believe Diane with some actress in Shakespearean love tragedy. They did believe she was an unwilling participant. I bet who did not live to tell her side of the story. This is one of those kind of cases where really you're the only person on the planet who knows the truth. Mr Babcock was hoping that you would spend at least ten years in prison He was quite understandably naturally. Wanted to blame somebody for the death of his daughter and they were. Could you understand why he felt that way. No I find their attitude. Almost appalling. This was not some crime that you see on TV. This was two people love eloping. An accident happened in May two thousand seven after Urich. It spent nine months in the county jail. The prosecutor cut a deal. He dropped the charge Jamaica login homicide. Eric agreed to plead guilty to criminal. Mischief and criminal in danger said it's ten years on each count suspended with Matt. He would not spend a single day of that sentence behind bars in Montana. The gowdy attorney acknowledge the Diet. Sally didn't like the outcome but last what good he do their belief through means that she was essentially kidnapped murder. That is is a terrible way to do with the loss of a child. Then if I were dealing with the prosecutor who felt otherwise I wouldn't be with them either. Dan's family declined a request to take part in this report. And Sheriff Dupont's is no longer with us. He died in two thousand twelve but in his last years he do close to the Babcock and he spoke for them as much as for himself was a tragedy to that family. We we could executed Jerry Rosiak wooden in. It wouldn't help them. They needed to see some kind of justice that they needed to see them. And they didn't mind you your can roses. Legal troubles weren't over GYP. Back to Texas. He was to face federal charges including passport fraud after all he got in the US S. passport under a false name. Michael Lee Smith but again after another four months behind bars and some stiff fines yard was set. Free the federal government and their wisdom for punishment deported him. Back to where it all started to Vancouver so I got a free ride home. The very place he and Dian so desperately sought to escape is teenagers where no criminal jeopardy awaited Theft charge. He'd face for essentially stealing that airplane at long since been dropped by Canadian authorities. Uric Umbro Zeke was on final approach is to freedom back where it all began feel like home does especially now with my parents and my my sister and her kids being here. It's I definitely home. It's very interesting life. You have now these pieces. None of them seem to belong together and you have to put that one over here. This one over here. It had lifted in twenty years is Michael Smith and I think it was a model. US citizen when I did did do that. Fake you as wall nonetheless made lots of money and then I pay lots of taxes. Exemplary citizen model fictitious. Whatever you call it they still even after all this time there are questions he truly loved Diana do all all he could to save her? Were they eloping after all there. Was that phone call to his friend. Tom Barrack said Diane was just tagging along our Gordon lower or something like that. Many explain all that part of the records. It supports their theory. That you're a really bad dude. Who killed his girlfriend and now saying I was in love? It was Romeo and Juliet right well so people read anything. They wanted to the only way I can explain. This is shocked. I was in and you know a lot of people still don't believe you then probably won't believe even when you go chapter and verse through the Whole Story Richer and how much you did love her. They still won't believe that at all it can do tell them what happened. How it happened? The rest of the can't control. Uh He is written it all down every bit of his story in a book called a tear in my life the brutal truth to set the record straight he said and he's created on elaborate website with all the documents from his cases all of them. He's he's an unusual person. Derek Broza stubborn particular hooked on the tiniest details. was he a crazy man. was he a monster was he. Romeo was he a grief stricken boyfriend. You just don't know. Does it help to tell his story. Does he feel irresponsible guilty. If you're uric Ambrosi it's complicated. You said you're a lifelong Catholic isn't important Gordon to to feel somehow given for this. You know. Expect anybody to forgive me. I know what happened and I you know unfortunately a lost something thing very precious to me and we laugh together but that ended that night but getting people to to accept that. I don't think it really matters to me. And if we can believe him he is still deeply in love with his teenage sweetheart. Sweetheart that innocent young woman who entrusted her fate to her Romeo Diane of division so haunting who rose from the lake so long in her grade. That's all for for this edition of Dateline. We'll see you again next Friday at nine eight central at of course I'll see you each weeknight for NBC nightly news. I'm Lester Holt for all of us at NBC News. Good night.
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"It was a headline making moment that September of two thousand six when uric and ex-fugitive was escorted off the plane and Callous Bell Montana. I remember looking at the wire late in the afternoon one day. I'm like what what did it was. Just unbelievable the fake name the Career as a successful software developer. It was the furthest furthest thing from what I had imagined. As Ambrose wasn't a broken man and the Mexican wasn't a broken man Mexican Ambrosi with marched through the airport and into the custody of an eagerly awaiting sheriff. Jim Dupont I just actually wanted physically see see what he looked like a thing about all these years. I've been thinking about them a lot. You could tell. He was intelligent my opinion as associate bath. But I don't I don't know if he's got any any feelings or not but they certainly didn't pick up any from. He believes the sociopath. You Ain't no. There's good sociopaths and bad so she passed modern believe he's got feelings. How do you lose your mom? I'm your Dad Your family your friends and your loved one at the bottom of the lake. I don't get it. I guess I'll never will. It was pretty obvious the sheriff sheriff didn't exactly whole jargon high regard but there was a legal question now. The charge would be negligent homicide. Put Eric in Montana State Prison for ten years in Montana negligent homicide. You do something really stupid. That could cause the death of a person and sure enough somebody. Somebody dies negligent homicide. We did something stupid. This is not my idea. This was not just me and that's not negligent homicide. That's two kids in love. Stupid is what it comes down to. Europe pleaded not guilty dug in his heels. Here's his defense attorney. We Check Watson. The word homicide was extremely problematic for yard. I mean he he he takes responsibility built for the fact that that he screwed up landing the airplane and he takes responsibility for the fact that he shouldn't have left. But I guarantee you that he hasn't gotten over her death to this day. Do you see this as a Romeo and Juliet Story. There's an element of that. In the case these are two young people who thought they were star-crossed and decided to take their future into their own hands exactly said the sheriff and prosecutor it was so determined it was homicide but it wasn't anything like that and he clammed up. Let the lawyers do the talking waited for the consequences now. Sitting here with US years later level is finally ready to give his account in public for the first time of where they're crazy idea came came from and what happened when it all went wrong year goes. Yeah we just too crazy kids and love. And there's there's some barriers. I guess in a relationship that we saw that that's going to be difficult to overcome wind up watching this movie called Tarzan. Da Ban and also apocalypse now. So we came up with this crazy plan to open in Libya jungle survival. Survive off the land. That's it has nuts. He God did not. Where did you plan to end up? South America has without a hitch down. There hitchhike taking buses. Yeah back ACTON. Borders were not a strict and so where would you pass the Canadian. US border by that time. So it's just a matter. US Mexico border. In onwards the idea of ditching a plane came to taking flying lessons. They land on water and get out before. The plane sank sank. The take the bags in the dinghy. Get in a row to shore a plane sinks and and nobody knows any better but as they were getting ready to go that summer of eighty two there was a hitch. Diane got pregnant happened so we ended up She went to a doctor and then boarded the baby. It was a few days before. Actually we took off so ask that we actually went to the theater tonight before and I said how how you feeling stuff finishes them one hundred ten percent. Good to go so on Sunday August. Twenty Second Nineteen eighty-two went to the Vancouver Airport rented that Cessna Snow One fifty and full of excitement flu Easter penticton where they hung around all afternoon and then fooled people a bit when they flew north before before turning around to head South East in Montana. How did you prepare for landing on the lake? The two of you cough. We ended up switching on a close to swim. Close redistribute everything to two bags three hours later. They were flying on fumes as they descended the Senate and the near dark toward the shimmering surface of little bitter Root Lake at. You're coming in for landing. It must've been pretty nervous. Sure nobody he practices to landing on water on a fixed aircraft. He slowed to stall speed. He took off his seat belt. Figured his grip on the controls would hold them in place. Diane kept her seat belt fastened lap belt and shoulder harness. Then when this wheels hit that that the water was like hitting a cement wall and suddenly you're at some cold water cold water and I remember tasting blood and so it was blowing my nose blood in your mouth. I'll tell you the pitch black as worse even the water some spinning around trying to Orient Myself once I stabilize a cumulus surface. I yelled out. You Know Dan where are you okay and from there she she said Yeah. I just can't get my seat belt off left. Probably didn't save quite so calmly. No she was actually. It was fairly calm. I believe desperately. He said he tried to get to her unaware that when the plane hit the water as shown in his animation it slipped so he ended up behind the airplane and when he struggled through the water to what he thought was the passenger door. We're Diane was. He was actually on the wrong side across the plane from where Diane was hanging upside down trapped in her lap seat belt but time I got to the door in God to try to open it and when it did open and the water started rushing into plane was almost completely broken windshield and the side door windows. I'm lane lean coffee and a water halfway on the wing with my arm trying to open the door open and try to reach into get Diane and then all of a sudden the plane just submerges Bluewater. That's how it ended. The plane did not float. It sank in mere seconds. Dan couldn't get out of her seatbelt. He said and he couldn't help her. Because there simply wasn't time fifteen twenty seconds the plane was went down. He is last glimpse. Diane was not that haunting image of her hair in the airplanes door. No one knows how that happened. No the last he saw Diane and you said the site he cannot stop. See his diane trapped in her seat belt upside down and sinking and calling out for him to save her. What was that like horrifying? It was watching good down there with her. It was twenty seconds before were the two most happiest people pull in the world and and my laugh was torn to pieces. That moment. You know we never never ever anticipated something like this. What did you do right ten? When that plane went down hoping somehow she would be able to get that seat built up some women around just to see if I can official pop up somewhere that she? She put off Chemo but she did not know he said the only thing that floated up was that one Duffel bag the one continues continues close and the twenty two hundred dollars saved for the trip. A fact pointed to by many law officers as suspicious they would save and why did he only get his clothes and the money and let her clothes go sinking down to the bottom of the lake. Just random look officers officers will say there's no accident in life. Things are either on purpose or they don't have you know people always speculate but it was just a random the by chance speculate. That's what people did all right that a man who truly love term might have tried harder might have sacrificed afterwards. This became a problem for some of the people who are looking into the incident because numbers of them. Say God that was me. I would have done anything. I would have drowned if I had I would get into. That plane. Would've got her out of there. I would have saved her somehow even if I died in the process you do. That is do that when you eh couch with a cup of coffee but not so easy when you're fifteen twenty seconds and the plane is thinking in front of you can open the door when you in the door. Two planes almost completely underwater and I don't visualize them picture what this was and how quickly does happen but to go over. Then he said was overwhelming numbing shock my limbs were starting at Phnom could barely do the paddling to in order to stay afloat so I ended up. We'll take that one back peddling docu style and got it's a short and spent the next few days and and shock in shock. He ran he said head around the country for weeks New York City and finally to Dallas. We're turning himself in. Seem like very that idea. Does that sound like Romeo and Juliet or something else. Altogether coming up justice delayed or justice denied. This is one of those kind of cases where really you're the only person on the planet who knows the truth when dateline continues.
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Gina Johnson called the flathead county sheriff's department about a certain ex-boyfriend. She didn't have to wait long for sheriff. Jim Dupont to return her call. You sounded excited. You sounded very excited. And I guess that he knew I was telling the truth because I told him details that has not been published. That Jarrett had actually told me. I don't know when I've spoken to somebody who brought an end to an international manhunt before before. I figured it happened all the time. It didn't take long after that. That was found an old mugshot of this Michael. Michael Lee Smith turned out. He'd been arrested twice for burglary back in those early years in Dallas and that photograph looked like his high school picture. Sure a lot so on a Wednesday morning in August two thousand six twenty four years after a Cessna one fifty sank into the frigid depths of little bitter Root Lake Lake. A team of plain clothes officers knocked at the door of an upscale house in Plano Texas. And there he was Nice Young Guy. A Polo shirt asked. If I'm Michael Smith I go yeah another guy jumps on the side. It's a good at my face. This is jared ambrose the fugitive so many had searched for the man who pulled off the impossible at vanished for decades. Did you know immediately. The JIG was up I did not know I didn't know I. I was very disoriented. And so what happened was the guy had a papers in his hands and the top of the papers it had my it also just from Brunswick and so I saw that I pretty much put the dust together pretty quickly yeah. It's one of the officers to fetch the pet parrot. He put out on the patio to catch the morning sun. What went through your mind when you realized OK finally got me? That was fairly calm. I didn't really you know sort of process all this. And then just like that. He was in jail in a padded added cell as he recalls it deemed a suicide risks. But there wasn't upside he got to call home to talk to his parents for the first time in nearly only a quarter century. What was that conversation like? You know surprisingly very calm and it was like nothing ever happened almost to catch up with them. He was amazing. They never saw lost hope over the years they never actually moved switch houses and change a number because they always come back. There forgot you never So why why did he or he and Diane decide they just had to run away in the first place. Why come up with that crazy plan? And why did he run after she was killed. How did he pull off his decades long disappearing that that is quite a story straight Outta them movie when people say what is this story about in some people probably see it as a crime story some people see it as a love story definitely a love story and unfortunately fortunately a tragic accident happened in hand into drowning and I went to the shock and lost basic my mind after he left at Lake in Montana he took a train New York and then hitchhiked to Texas where the man he was riding with stole the twenty two hundred dollars Eric Advantage advantage to save in one of those duffle bags when the plane went down so there he was in Texas totally destitute hungry homeless hopeless and then he met a guy who gave him a place to stay for free at told him how to get a new identity a went to a cemetery and found somebody deceased there was like a year old and so he would not have any record on him dental records doctors remers or anything I think he was about your age? He's about close to my age. Michael Lee Smith of all the names per generic name and same day went to the records building in Dallas and ask for a birth certificate. Here's first name. Here's his birthday. Five minutes later. The Guy came back with a certified copy stamped. No questions asked side a little harder these days i. I don't think you can do that these days. But back. Then he could and he used that birth certificate driver's license and Social Security Card and then a job as a carpenter uh-huh and a ged and eventually a degree from the University of Texas Arlington Aerospace Engineering. Then hiccup gotten when you start applying for security clearances with erased jobs. They're gonNA dig deep into your background and I knew that they would probably probably find them. Not Michael Smith and so I kind of pretty much the side of the time to switch to get into computers. He turned out to be quite an and entrepreneur. Is Tech Support Private Lesson Web Design Company. Lots of money. Nice Big House. Shit what two or three cars. The couple of cars yeah. It was toys a lot of hard work over the years and eventually so the work sort of became Salvation eventually he landed Honda racing as a client and with a US passport now. He traveled the world including that trip to Japan with Gina that we told you and then a few months after their breakup. Those officers were at his door and he was in. The clink was was kind of a lightbulb moment. First few days I kind of that. I figured out the only person who actually knew about my past that would do anything would have been jeanette so it was this relationship revenge. That's what it looked like to me. What is it a blessing in disguise? Though it was crazy it sounds you know after twenty for years living is Michael Smith. I finally get my family back again but blessing. You're not remember. There was a steep penalty waiting to be paid Yorick can browser was facing a charge of negligent homicide back in Montana and no matter that he matured into that sleek and polished business owner in Plano. Texas you was facing as much as a decade and the very humble confines of a state prison coming up for for the first time in public the pilot tells his story. I'm laying coffee and a water halfway on the wing with my arm trying to open the door open and try to reach into get Dan.
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"It was when the Royal Canadian Mounted Police showed up the mystery behind what happened a little bitter root late finally like the plane itself emerged into something like Claritin or at least the who is who and what they were doing their the young pilot nineteen year old Jerry Imbros ICK. Jerry's girlfriend eighteen year old. Diane Babcock call descending in the plane do her death. I remember it being so unbelievable first of all that a plane had landed in but I considered our families lake and that someone was killed and that we had actually met the person who was flying on that plane now flathead county detectives said about trying to figure out exactly what happened when the plane came down. And how and why death came to Diane Dan. We concluded that she did. She died by drowning. Dan Did have a broken collarbone fracture in her neck and a bruise to the right side of her forehead ahead. All most likely incurred the plane hit the water but they were all survivable injuries. Except when he found Diane she was still still strapped in. So maybe the seat belt instead of saving her life helped ended. Maybe the buckle. Jan Pat Walsh is a retired detective. Dude he was a deputy back in her lap. Belt had flipped over. So the buckle was against her body or she couldn't have reached it in a hurry without realizing realizing and so the booklet actually flipped around. Yes it slept on a flipped around which is going to happen. If it's a little bit loose loose not cinch down tight but aside from that. The belt was not malfunctioning. In any way it wasn't jammed it wasn't locked and yet it was obvious obvious. Diane did not even try to get it open. Not like you'd think person would if your life depended on it. One of the first things I checked. During the topsy was her fingernails. None of her nails were broke. There was no bruising or anything of the fingertips and you just imagine yourself being in a craft that sinking thinking on your whole on rambling. You know the belt stuck and now you can't get the belt free. I'd probably break my finger trying to get the thing break. Ah if nothing else by straining pulling just on the belt fruitlessly did on an until you have to give it up you know so there was none of that and that. Ah I don't understand that today. Why did that happen? And then suddenly a new twist dance doctor revealed to investigators that just days before the crash rash under death. She'd had an abortion. So that raise deputy Jim Dupont's antenna especially given what Jerry had said in one of those calls to his friend taped by the RCMP. After the crash you will recur to lowest or something like that. Can't live without. Ooh and then go through your mind at that point. Did he really want her to be there. Did he really want to run away with her forever. She is the one that was madly in love with him. It probably wasn't the same type of issue in reverse. So maybe the crash presented an opportunity to not have clean girlfriend. Or maybe his Diane's family would later claim she was a vulnerable young woman afraid of being left by the only lover she'd ever had bad and her emotions told her to get on board. Even if Jerry didn't really want her to Jim a pilot remember had been doing some informed thinking. Aw and he figured Jerry would certainly have had time to save Diane's life if she wanted to I would guess you'd be lucky to get five minutes in five minutes. It's a long time when you're when you're in hurry. You can do a lot of things in five minutes and you can get two people out of an airplane and get what you want out of it and if there was that much time. Why didn't Jerry get her out of their? Why didn't even take out the two-person rubber raft? He'd stashed in the cargo compartment. The theory began to harden in the deputies head. It could have gotten her out of there. That's my opinion. It's my opinion as he could and you must have been thinking that at the time I was concerned why because I know he also he also got out with his equipment. Oh yes jerry's equipment that Duffel bag wrapped in green plastic plastic. He was seen with it on shore after the crash it contained his clothes and money though they didn't know that for quite a while. Twenty two hundred in bucks in Diane Mostly Diane had saved for the trip. I thought it was very convenient that He got that bag and He wasn't able to get her out convenient. It's convenient for hand. Not so convenient for her. No no we. We've all been eighteen in love and and we know how intense that is. If that's the woman I was GonNa with and run away with and I couldn't get her out of the airplane our plan you would have found me in it too and that really was the heart of your belief at this guy had done it on purpose. I think he took a took advantage of an opportunity and let her go down or just didn't try to save himself not her. I'm one of the two things happened. That's I I don't know how you could explain it any other way and there was one more thing troubling Jim dupond. Ab more important than all the other clues namely if Jerry Ambrosi didn't do anything wrong why did he run long. After Poor Diane was lifted out of little a bitter Root Lake. She was laid to rest in a small family plot in a cemetery across the border in British Columbia and in Montana lawmen decided what Jerry did was a crime. They filed charges negligent homicide so Jerry PROZAC was now wanted man a few and the men hunt was on coming up from Canada to the US to south of the border. I wasn't sure he wasn't in Mexico and more tragedy for Diane's father how much more can a family injure.
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Days of August in one thousand nine hundred eighty two Canadian search and rescue had been scouring the mountains for a week for probably a crashed airplane and the missing teenagers. Jerry Ambrosi Diane Babcock. What happened then stopped them? Cold back in Vancouver. A close friend of the couples had received a phone call and ED is hard to believe that the call was said to be from the missing pilot himself. Jerry Umbro's nick. What did you think when you heard? That is just floored. I couldn't comprehend I. I don't think anyone could when I first heard this. I'm going. You've gotta be kidding me but it was true at least according to the friend. A young man named Tom Paulauskas reported the Jerry called him with an astonishing story. A story that explain what happened that small plane they been looking for the plane had been ditched. Jerry claim to his friend crashed on purpose onto the surface of lake across the border in Montana and Dan was still in the plane deep in the cold. Cold water a little bitter Root Lake at Gerry in shock he. I told a friend in that phone call had fled the scene of the crash calling his friends somehow now from a bus terminal in New York City I I think one of the things that was so captivating about the story for everyone was. Yeah this notion that somehow this young couple could actually pull off if this incredible magical disappearing act the idea that they'd successfully run away to be together right and that they had defied all odds they made it. And then you hear that well. He's crashed the plane and her bodies at the bottom of the lake. And he's on the run. It becomes a completely different that story but investigators reporters alike wondered. Was Jerry's friend Tom Telling the truth about that phone call. They put him to the polygraph and he was to be truthful. All this was pre Internet of course. And that's probably why the RCMP. Had No idea that a sheriff down there in Montana Santa had just begun investigating oil sheen on the water and reports of a stranger wandering the shoreline and then after that phone call from Jerry the rcmp called the sheriff and told him about the young couple on the plane. Way Down deep in the young woman still inside constable beaters in what Montana to help out and in Vancouver. The mounties put a tap on Tom's phone. Just in case Jerry called again and sure enough he did this. I talked to Tom. Pilaff from Louisville man the pro where search for Lewis Show Mayor in Dallas Yeah the Jerry would use an alias strange but that he was at a phone booth near this store in East Dallas Texas while doing then as they talked. Jerry offered a version of the story. That didn't sound much at all. Like the story of Romeo and Juliet and all the headlines. Our Yeah because I was going to shoot them because she wasn't lois or something like that but it wasn't because we both want to run away from home. It was because I wanted to get away a long cat. Liver's okay you're Berkeley. Like he didn't really care what she did but then later same conversation. Jerry said that losing Diane. Dan was like half of him. Dying regard alone. Jerry was calling. He told his friend. Try to make sure Diane was found but given the circumstances of Dan's death. He said he would not be coming home. Would not turn himself in. They find a place where the dead bodies. And I'M GONNA be a killer license. LICEU wants to somebody look for you. Know the only real listen. I mean you can be so you don't want somebody that can do doing anything like pick the wounded overpriced overpriced but Jerry and already told Tom his decision was made. He wasn't coming home. Ever come by Jerry Doc was stupid. Everyone's looking for you everyone. Listen they're gonNA look funny report ever did you wonder why he wouldn't launch a lost his girlfriend why he wouldn't kind of throw himself on mercy of the court and come back and apologize and try to get all of his life. I believe that too and Tom. His friend really really worked on him to do that. Because you know the longer you leave it the worse it gets the story gets bigger and bigger as to why you ran away. You know you know becomes more suspicious and a bigger story. So reporter. Margot Harper embarked on her first international assignment. Two little bitter Root Lake where they believed they were very close to finding the airplane. And Diane and I remember thinking Amit kind of hoping against I hope that that somehow maybe maybe she escaped. Somehow you know I mean it seemed inconceivable that the body and the plane could be anyone but her. But you just don't know until you. Actually we see and see she did. She arrived at the lake shore. Just in time to see the plane emerged in the water with that indelible image. The girls hair stuck in the door or long blond locks wet from waving around in the water. I remember looking at it and thinking. Oh my God you know it God she looks like Oh feeling From Hamlet I remember just walking over to the plane and I looked inside and and she ah she was perfectly Preserved in the lake was so cold she was kind of slumped over my recollections. Her head was against the side of the door her hair was streaming out and she just looked like she was asleep. You've never forgotten that image with her hair streaming out the window and coming out about that. Watery grave is one that has really haunted me. I think almost like like no other image in my career after Diane. Dan was taken away. The sheriff invited Margot back to the hangar. To see what else was on the plane they had taken out a life raft. There's some kind of disguises survival gear. There was another Duffel bag with sleeping bags and extra clothing and it became in that moment crystal clear what the plan had been. It was clear that they were going to you. You know crashed the plane dump the plane ditch it and jump into a life raft and make their way to shore and try to disguise themselves somehow and so. I've filed a story the next day in the Vancouver Sun which was front page confirming the I want to say the elopement theory. But it's hardly an elopement now. Is that the at something else. It's a it's an escape fantasy really but the reality an was dead and to law enforcement agencies suit two countries were now at work to solve the mystery of what really happened. Little bitter root late coming up it could have gotten her out of there. That's my opinion more questions about what happened and suspicion about why did he really want to run away with her forever. If that's the woman I was going to Elope with an I couldn't get her out of the airplane. You would have found me in two when dateline continues..
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Events around little bitter Root Lake were beyond puzzling. The Autumn Chill descended strange young man. The plane the lake the dead girl trapped in the plane then deputy sheriff. Jim pod had trouble shaking that image. Everything starts to transform in your brain of what happened that day. What happened to her when she went down? The the knowing that you're doomed type of thing. But where did she come from. Why a few hundred miles north west a little bitter root across the border in Canada in the heart of British Columbia's there's Okinawan valley is a sweet small city called ten Tipton? Where on a Monday morning almost a month before they fish that plane out of the Lake Royal Canadian Canadian Mounted Police Constable? Ron Peterson noticed. Unusual activity are the airport for. I saw the search and rescue aircraft raft in because that always has been search base to look for somebody. Yeah when I see things like that I I'd like to know what's going on what was going on. mm-hmm was indeed search for a small plane. Gone missing the previous evening constable found out it was a training aircraft from Vancouver four hours to the West which had flown defendant in the day before with two on board both teenagers. I found out a little bit unusual especially those days. 'cause nineteen twenty year olds didn't file the assurer experience. No and that terrain can be very treacherous. The the constable though no one asked him to started poking around I spoke to the Main reviewer he service aircraft he filled them up with fuel and and spent the afternoon beside the aircraft on a blanket and they were reorganizing stuff out of the airplane. And and putting it in these bags did you wonder if maybe they were smuggling something. They didn't know then. Gusta Peterson went looking for witnesses. You may have seen the plane flying by. And yes several did they noticed because it had gone up into a narrow windy valley posted no-fly zone and nod on the flight plan it buzzed Ski Mountain Outside Town and the nearby observatory with its massive radio telescopes. I spoke to the fellow there and I said What happens if somebody flies over? Does anything trigger an alarm or anything like that and he said. Oh yes. This is a no fly zone over here and there was a disturbance it's registered. He said that was a small airplane because he said we've seen it before. But after that. No idea where the plane went and there was no emergency. locator the transmitter on board. Since it was training aircraft and wasn't usually more than twenty five miles from Vancouver which one of the that you thought. Maybe they'd crashed in the Bush somewhere and just absolutely absolutely everybody was looking for this plant. That's right parties that that very same summer. Monday cub reporter brand new twenty the two years old. I just started working at the Vancouver Sun. Newspaper Margot Harper heard about the missing plane Doug Little and came up with the names. The people on board Uris Law Umbro's Iq the pilot known jerry a nineteen year old who'd solo followed just a year before emigrating from Poland at the age of ten and a boy scout with dreams of becoming a commercial airline pilot and his passenger and girlfriend eighteen year old. Diane Babcock she was a very good student. She was a runner. She was set on a career in nursing. You know she was ambitious and she was determined to be successful. When Margot Harper started nosing around the high school from which Jerry and Diane had so recently graduated she learned a theory was rapidly circulating here at theory with an ancient and universal theme? What emerged uh right away? Was the suggestion that they were kind of a Romeo and Juliet. Couple that their families had been disapproving of their your relationship and the suggestion emerged that they were trying to run away together. That was the suggestion that they in fact had been trying to get away from parental pressure. Yeah sure I'm an unhappy. Social Scene Uric this strong parental influence that he was trying to get away from a father who was too tough on the numbers or something and she had a family. That didn't want her involved with this Polish kid and from the wrong side of the tracks. Trey Yeah Romeo and Juliet indeed. According to Diane's Family I spoke with Mr Babcock. Diane's father who soundly dismissed is that theory and said that there was no reason that they would have had to elope and have Jerry and Diane had wanted to be together. that they could have been together together and I remember thinking at the time. It didn't quite ring true to Anna. I wondered whether Mister Babcock was was is appealing to his daughter through the media to come home if she was out there somewhere that everything would be okay They were absolutely out of their minds. with you know worry desperation fear at that point their daughter was simply missing. And so it was Jerry so as the plane and then so it went families frantic with worry search and rescue missions flying all over British Columbia wondering where those teenagers could have gone. And then a week later everything changed with a strange and alarming phone call from New York City. What was that like stunning coming up? By top allow allows one mystery solved so many more not arrogant forever.
"lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"As summer came to a close in one thousand nine hundred eighty two there were rumours in the water. Crazy idea was making the rounds. The mysterious airplane had landed may be even crashed on pristine gene little bitter Root Lake and that the odd young man who wandered the shoreline encountering several locals was perhaps the pilot. I don't remember being afraid. He might come back or anything like that. Forgot about it. I think we kind of forgot about it But naturally the sheriff heard about all this and said a young deputy name Jim Dupont to take a look around by the time. We talked to Dupont back in two thousand thousand eight. He'd been looking at the mystery for most of his career. In fact our old video here and said how long we've been following this story anyway. Dupont on was assigned the case way back in nineteen eighty two partly because he was a private pilot as well as a deputy so he knew a thing or two about small planes mm-hmm and low and behold in the very spot where twins Jimmy. Johns said the young man at built a fire. We indeed found a little fire ring and right away the way I found what's called a gust lock and a gust lock. It's bent piece of metal that actually fits into the yoke of an airplane in the fire in the burned up in the Fire and plus there was some wires in a Jack Plug on a microphone. Jack and I knew it was unlike Jack from an airplane so so what what. Then I actually took that gust lock and went to the airport found a one fifty and indeed it fit to one fifty that I looked at one fifty. Would it'd be a Cessna one fifty like this one. So does that mean the rest of a Cessna. One fifty was indeed in the lake. Just like the gossipers were saying Dupont want reported all this to his boss the sheriff and the share of called in a couple of expert divers recall and Ernie Free Perry. The sheriff believed that there was a plane in the slake and earn. I suited up and we're on boats that were trying to locate it with fish. Finders you can only imagine the the challenge back then technology being what it was in the nineteen eighties and the lake in spots. Be well over two hundred feet deep. Still the sheriff had confidence they'd find the plane and alerted the media which certainly came to watch the divers diving and listen to the sheriff's optimistic daily daily predictions overly optimistic predictions. He said that the media quite a few times. Today's the day and and we'd go out and everybody work hard and it wouldn't happen. They'd all go home again and then the next day. Today's the day I I mean everybody was doing what they can do. That went on for days more than a week. So maybe all that talk about an airplane in the lake was just that Taw walk. Then the share of heard about a thing jake did was new at the time called side scanning sonar so they brought one of those in lowered it way down to the bottom. If we don't get results here today or tomorrow We will call off the search because there's a limit to your resources from in time and effort but just as sheriff was about to give up a breakthrough when we gotta hit on the Sonar. He also brought a here remote remote camera that you know that had an umbilical and basically flu that camera down to the aircraft there it was the plane right there on the video screen. What was it like to see that thing? Do you remember if it was actually somewhat satisfying to know all the hours that suspend out there looking at really was there except now there was another problem. The plane was more than two hundred fifty feet down way too deep to safely. Send the divers so the used the submersible cameras. The guide hooks onto the airplane. And they've pulled it up to a depth of about one hundred feet where the divers were percent down to retrieve it. The water was very clear they could see the plane almost like it was flying down the Col- cold water but then they saw something. What the Hell's the plane wasn't empty inside stopped pleasant when you see that the body of a woman and just a girl really? She was sitting in the passenger seat and our seatbelt was still on but would she look as I recall she was a pretty girl and she was a young girl and it was. It was just a shame. The divers each got behind a wing flew the plane to the surface as the plane came out the crowd watching saw something many of the people here would never forget. The girls hair was stuck in the door and her long locks were waving in the water. The twins were there crowded up close as little more than I expected ever. We're pulling it out and the hairs hanging out. Never seen in person before they put a sheet over the aircraft window the shield prying eyes while the law men moved in. I removed her and just took her immediately. Down to our state state pathologist amazulu. What sort of condition was your body? She was in excellent condition. She just looked like she was actually sleeping a That was part butter. The girl in the lake. Who was she? What was she doing alone? In the passenger seat of a Cessna one fifty fifty in the bottom of the Montana Lake and if she was the passenger where was the pilot coming up in a modern twist on a story oldest time. What emerged was the suggestion that they were kind of a Romeo Jio and Juliet that their families had been disapproving of their relationship eloping? That was the suggestion when dateline continues.
"lake" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Environments. I you know what it is like bill. I think it's what we do is it's very hard to the when you're a performer. Is Very hard to see tangible results. And so we're always looking looking to like. Am I working people showing up to my shows and my getting like we have all these weird metrics to determine whether or not we're doing the thing and the great thing about restoration or the or at least you know design is that you can like living the thing and you go. This is it. I made it and this is a physical. I love a representation of what I did and I reverted. Yeah Okay 'cause I was GonNa say I sort of deeply relate to that and I grew up with my mom and my mom's interior decorator. But she's a she's like a classicist. My stepbrother who I grew up with since I was like do who is literally like a cl-. He's one of the few classical architects in the country. I mean he travels does. He's like a master of it. You know he does some some of the most remarkable work and The attention to detail and kind of obsession and kind of peace that I find in in aesthetic is a huge part of why it was imperative that I like become a director. was you know composition and texture and and all of that gives me great piece. I used to feel kind of guilty that you know we're not guilty but I judge myself for needing thing the visuals of a room that inhabit to be certainly and you know payroll control-freak. I'm like I actually. I actually find my my mom and I talked about it and I was like she was like no. You know. There's great peace in expressing yourself. She's like it's an art form to to kind of put together a room or an environment. It's like it's a storied environment like it was like. Oh yes that's what it is. It's like if you're directing something and you have a frame and you can kind of populate that frame that increment of space with a story like that was deeply appealing to make sure or but but director is also like twenty jobs and which is so overwhelming to me. Because you know if we're if we're going with this analogy of interior design and restoration. I feel like director is not only the architect but also the contractor. You have to take out the subcontract as like lighting and editing and and so you have to design and also do all of the also find emotionality and like the texture. Yeah but but I am inherently like a multitasker and I think I would be very bored to only the visuals right. So it's like. It is the visuals in. I mean not to sound like Uber pretentious. But it's really true. That like the visuals mood right. which is an emotional you know? And so that informs informs like what you see in the space and how you feel in the space as an actor is like Ooh even when you put on your wardrobe for the first time for character you know I kind of know who this person. Yeah it's like putting on the kind of visual sort of cloaks of who this person is who this whole world would this. This world is going to be and that especially it starts with the words it starts with how you sort of build kind of even just the pros of the general description of the room and then what that translates I really love that kind of multifaceted intricate kind of layered four D. way of expressing. Yeah that's a good way to put it in a Ford. Did it but also the idea that you because you've directed yourself as an actor to which to me is is seems like how does someone how do you. How are you able to you know like remove all of the big picture stuff in your head where the director brain nine and just focus on the moment the performer brain without judging the right when getting in the way of each other I think that there is a squeamishness that some people feel that? Oh God I can't see myself do acting you know and I don't have that thing so because I noticed it was like Why is the people? Find that so weird. Okay so.
"lake" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Com and lake is a powerhouse of comedic and creative brilliance. And it if you you have any poll to get involved in a creative endeavor. I think you'll enjoy this extra. Enjoy this podcast and also just enjoy lake bell as a human being because there's just a lot of really great stuff in here about embracing who you are playing to your strengths. Finding out the kinds of things that you're passionate about all those just those unique things that make you and help you establish your voice and then also just kind of going out there and making it happen so lake is not only hilarious but also incredibly inspirational as a creator so I was really really glad to sit down and talk with her. We've had we have a lot of the same mutual friends and we've been in a lot of the same things and we've actually never got a full conversation so now I'm happy to they say that we've become friends after this podcast and I'm so glad that we did. This is the podcast number ten thirty with Lake Bell. Initiate in April mm-hmm. I ah got a credit LIZ. Wallpaper and Curtin game is insane. Walls of the fixtures that Chevalier whatever is the the fixtures I did pick out the fixtures gray and the logs adding very classy. Thanks thank you yeah. It's a fun it's it's just fun. It's because I feel like what not everybody takes time and effort to kind of make their environments. I you know what it is like bill. I think it's what we do is it's very hard to the when you're a performer..
"lake" Discussed on Lake City Podacast
"Hey everybody I'm deep Kurt with lakes reality and the broker record here in operating managers and I'm real sales representative year lacy really one of the things that we Wanted to do and we've wanted to do is when we created this business we want to think differently and thinking differently to me is having things like podcast having things like a TV show. and things like that but but now we put a little bit of work into some of the fun stuff that we want to do around podcasting and filming and thus we're on the Mike today Louis overcome subjects here where do you WanNa start on yeah I think one of the things just to introduce you guys to what we're going to be up to we want to be tapping on three three or so subject matters that are relevant whether getting questions from online or where we're getting question just from knowing what the marketplaces like right now and today we've got a few different choices head on so we want to kick off were were our goal is to this has been a big year for mobile offers there is very little on the market been saying this for basically all year especially the spraying Mario Super Hot but even now last week for offers and both were over Aston gets go above and beyond and quite a bit more than what they're expecting and these these are all if you WanNa get a house I remember doing like I sent an email last week to some of my clients and just kind of reflecting the seven-week stats and it was over forty eight sales twenty-five went in at least list brace for over which was just amazing number to be looking at basically what I feel is one of the marketplace in about stuff there's tons and tons and tons of buyers sitting on the sidelines now they're sitting in waiting they're waiting for that perfect ideal House that they see on HDTV to pop up and it comes out and it hits seventy check boxes over ten they're jumping on but if it doesn't if it's okay and doesn't have that extra bathroom did did it and sometimes you get those I don't know why it is but some clients are or the buyers are waiting a little bit too long making the it's it's interesting and where do you think do you think like we're almost had snow there this morning waited you're a little bit older paid for this house it might not be obeying because it's what the market predicts bite instill I was like a little bit more than what I liked you see you pay to this and at the end of the day like if you're going to be if you're paying for features that you're extremely happy to have in house go forward and tell you about stats bullet with icy this point from adores sense and the other thing that bothered me separated is just the reality of life appears we have about what is it twenty eight hundred sales a year we just don't have the volunteer Toronto's saying there's a certain awfully sellers it's other kinds plague earlier even though listening has been sitting on the market some people aren't willing to C._B._S. and until tomorrow guys.
"lake" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends
"Hi guys by name is Noah Tesna and I host a podcast called the history of Vikings. It has been nearly one thousand years. Since the last vikings built settlements carried out raids on the Christian Kingdoms Europe and still they continue to fascinate us from hit. Tv Shows Comic Book Characters and superheroes the Vikings and their gods are still very much a part of our world yes. The legendary stories vibrant myths and rich history of the Vikings can still be seen. Today join me in rediscovering. The lost stories of history's most legendary people on my podcast. The history of Vikings. You can find the podcast on Itunes stitcher. Google play or wherever you listen to your podcasts. I would be delighted if you check out my podcast. The history of Vikings everyone welcomed Iroquois history legends. This is Caleb and this is Andrew and welcome to our next episode. This is the third on our bio series for Seneca Cayuga leadership in the late seventeen. Hundreds and this episode will be on a gentleman known as handsome lake or as he was known as when he was born shaking snow. It's pretty cool. Name too. So shaking snow was born around seventeen. Thirty five in the Seneca town of Common Awad Goose. That sounds familiar. It's because the same town. The corn plant was born in. You know why because they were related because they were brothers you anyway we call it today. On New York. His mother was cojones now. Corn planters. Father was Dutch man. Handsome Lake's father was definitely a native indigenous person. And that means a handsome lake of course is related to all these other folks like. Cossutta governor black snake red jacket half town much of other people that we can't mention right now now in holding a schone culture you might be given one name when you're young and then as you grow up you might get another name to reflect your character. An interesting thing about this is this is not specific to Hodie schone in fact dozens and dozens of world cultures. Have a very similar tradition. Where you might be given a temporary name as a child and then as your character bill you will be given a name to represent the way you act. And that's exactly what happened to shaking snow. When he reached a certain age he was given the name. Gani Odio and in English we translate that as beautiful lake or handsome lake. Canceling sounds nicer. I wonder if was beautiful lake. But they're like people are going to think that I'm a girl what we call him handsome in some of the documents it actually is written beautiful lake. It's a synonym. It means the same thing now. We haven't really talked about handsome lake too much in our previous episodes even though he's been around and may be thinking yourself well. Why is that historian? Henry Morgan wrote in his book. That had some late was actually a sage him for many years but the guy kind of was dolls allies. Can I use the word? Lazy idle is what he says he just really never made any big splashes. He wasn't really involved in leading war parties. He wasn't really known as a huge person like other people that were good at oratory although he was good at were story like else so andrew. You're saying he was a politician that literally just did what he was told by. The people he was representing didn't make any splash. Wow sounds like a great guy. He was present at the Treaty of candidate work because of course he was the Satan he was going to be there and he signed the treaty also known as the pickering treaty but handsome like also had another issue that plagued a lot of people from his time. I mean and we mentioned the alcohol thing. It's not like it was only the Iroquois there were plenty of drunk Dutch people and Drunk Pennsylvanians drunk New Yorkers and drunk. Hey Irish people. There were drunkards everywhere in this time. So it's not like that. We're just talking about stereotype. This was a huge issue across the board. The amazing thing was just the amount of alcohol that people consume back them? I'll give you an example. A sailor would be given like a ROM allowance of sometimes three pints a day. And I don't know how much of you drink hard liquor but if you drink one pint of rum you would probably be on your but for the rest of the day. The difference was a lot of the European people had been drinking a long time and worked up some sort of tolerance to it where they could still get drunk and still have some sort of control of their actions. Meanwhile native Americans who never had developed a real tolerance for alcohol could literally have one drink and it might be the equivalent of somebody else having five drinks and a lot of us know people who still like that today. Make Fun of them and say they can't hold their liquor. Yes but you know I couple friends couple siblings will have one beer and they'll be on the floor giggling and it just happens and so it just became a much bigger problem for the native Americans especially when you had people constantly encouraging so throughout this whole time. Handsome Lake has no particular thing that stands out. He was born in the seventeen thirty. That means just like his brother. He's lived through the French anymore. He's lived through the American revolution. Nobody's taking any note of him but things changed at the end of the eighteenth century because in the year seventeen ninety nine. Handsome Lake is staying on the track of land that his brother corn planter had been given by the state of Pennsylvania on the allegany river and he got sick and he didn't just get sick. Andrew he got sick. He thought he was on his deathbed. And he was in his mid sixties at the time so it would not be uncommon for mid sixty year old guy to get really sick and just die so while he was in this half coma terrible flu or whatever it was he claimed to have had a vision in this vision the great spirit visited him and sent three heavenly spiritual beings to stand by his bedside. They came up to him and they told him to get out of bed and they offered him fruit from different. Berry Bushes that they were holding and after he picked an eighth them he got better completely healed restored to whole health. No longer bedridden. But the visions didn't stop there. Handsome Lake said that the great spirit stayed with him and started telling him about all the evils and sins that were plaguing his people and the other read people's and it was now handsome. Lake's job to preach this good news and tell the people to repent and no longer do these. Things are Andrew. What things that? The great spirit tell him to inform his countrymen that they were doing wrong Number one the fire water and we don't say that to be derogatory. That's literally what they call. Kahal was firewall. And this is the quote that he says from the great spirit. I have a message to deliver to you. The servants of the Great Spirit told me that I should yet live upon the earth to become an instructor to my people since the creation of man the great spirit has often raised men to teach his children what they should do to please him but they have been unfaithful to their trust. I hope I shall profit. By their example. Your Creator has seen that you have transgressed against his laws. He has made man pure and good. He did not intend. He should sin you commit a great sin and taking the fire water. The Great Spirit says that you must abandoned this enticing habit. Your ancestors have brought great misery and suffering upon you they. I took the firewater of the white man. Entailed upon you its consequences. None of them have gone to heaven. The firewater does not belong to you. It was made for the white man beyond the great waters for the White Man. It is a medicine but they too have violated the will of their maker. The Great Spirit. Says that drunkenness is a great crime and he forbids you to indulge in this evil habit. His command is to the old and the young the abandonment of its use will relieve much of your sufferings and greatly increase the comfort and happiness of your children the great spirit is grieved that so much crime and wickedness should defile the earth. They are many evils which he never intended to exist among his red children now. Top of alcohol Andrew. He talked about some other smaller issues that they were having to. You know smaller smaller. Sins things like infanticide abortion a witchcraft. The obsession with goods materialism and basically anything else that would harm the next generation of Seneca and he warned them that if they did not raise their families than there would be no next generation to take over and their culture would literally perish from the Earth. There was actually a certain herb that the women would take to induce a miscarriage and so he called that a witchcraft to cause abortion and so he was saying. I know we're living in a horrible state right now but if we keep killing our children there won't be any Seneca left and we're just making the white people's job easier for them so those issues really. Kinda hit home. He said we need to raise good moral families and on top of schooling people for the moral issues. He also scolded the other leadership for selling off the lands in these preemptive rights. That have happened several years before because a top of scolding the people for their poor moral decisions he also scolds the leadership amongst the Seneca due to the poor land sale deals that they have done for the past several generations. It's become pretty clear that the candidate were purchase and the Morris Reserve and all of these other treaties and land purchases have pretty quickly shrunk the domain and the power of the era coin nations and he said quote whoever sells lands offense the great spirit and must expect a great punishment after death. And this just goes to show you a lot of people have said this in the past that the great spirit created all men but he gave this land to us and he gave the white man their land over there. And we're supposed to look seven generations in the past and look seven generations in the future. And where are we going to be in seven generations if we continue down this path? Some other things he spoke out against. Were things like lying being a hypocrite. A near do well. This is probably one of my favorite quotes. I posted this on twitter last week. Quote speak evil of no one. If you can say no good of a person then be silent. Let not your tongues. Betray you into evil. Let all be mindful of this for these are the words of our Creator. Let us strive to cultivate friendships with those who surround us? This is pleasing to the great spirit. And just say if you can't say anything nice don't say nothing at all. That's exactly what he said in our age of social media on facebook and twitter and all this other stuff if we just adhered to this one thing how much more stress free would we all be if we just didn't complain about other people and other things handsome lake wasn't all about what you should do. It wasn't all a bunch of don't do this don't do that. He also said that we should reinforce good. Virtues things that strengthened their society like being faithful in your marriage adopting children and taking care of orphans being caretakers of your elderly parents and encourage the parents to actually raise their children it with good morals. He said that we should give thanks to the great spirit daily. For every day that we get to see a new sunrise this message in different revelations that he claims to have become compiled into a whole new moral code and law and today. It's known as the code of Handsome Lake. In modern times they would call this the longhouse religion which is one of the first documented indigenously created religions in North America. One of handsome lake's huge fans was a guy named Thomas Jefferson. He actually writes a letter to handsome. Lake dated November third eighteen. To and this is what he says. Go on then brother in the great reformation you have undertaken in all your enterprises for the good of your people. You may count with confidence on the aid protection of the United States and on the sincerity and zeal with which I am myself animated in the furthering of this humane work. You are our brethren of the same land we wish you prosperity as brethren should do farewell so Jefferson really saw. Handsome Lake was trying to help his people and after meeting with him in Washington DC. He really encouraged him to keep it up another thing. That handsome lake mentioned in his sayings was that he really likes George Washington whereas he called him tell destroyer. Now that doesn't sound like a very endearing name to refer to somebody that you like in fact a lot of people when they read about handsome lake referring to George Washington is town destroyer a lot of early historians in people that weren't too well read thought that he was referring to the fact. That Washington had commanded the Sullivan Expedition. To come through caveat territory in Seneca land burning in seventeen seventy nine but in reality. This name does not come from there. This name is much older. In fact this name comes all the way from George. Washington's grandfather which received the aircraft named town destroyer and Washington was then bestowed his grandfather's name in the French and Indian war by the Eric Way. So he's just referring to something that happened years ago. This had nothing to do with the campaign of seventeen seventy nine..