23 Burst results for "Lake Ontario"
"lake ontario" Discussed on KTOK
"We were in a tour bus with a little bitty girl who has given us this tour of the town and she knew how to drive that bus on the snow. Just exactly how to accelerate toe turn a little skid into a forward motion. I was just in all and none. None of the schools were closed. Oh, yeah, And I was ashamed of myself is that we close the schools when there's you know a few flakes. Well, I don't really disagree with with closing the school so because The roads here. I mean, in the Syracuse area, the budget they have first snow plows and salt. It's just huge, absolutely huge, and you could step outside. Of your house is like 10 or 11 o'clock at night when it's snowing out. And It's almost a coming wonderful sound, because you can hear the sound. Of snow blowing equipment. You can hear the sound of snow plows coming at you from three or four different directions, and the sound is kind of muffled from the snow on the road. It's kind of a pleasant thing, but But you have to Because Syracuse is like the end of Lake Ontario, and it gets all this lake effect. Snow and If you are a regular watcher of the Today show, you know that l broker went to college in a place called this We go State and Oswego is only 25 or 30 Miles north of Syracuse. And a sweet girl gets twice. What? Syracuse? Wow, we're going right. I'm like Ontario, Very western. Side and It's amazing, but it can be beautiful too. Especially if you're having a snowmobile on a night with a full moon And yeah, three or four inches of snow on every branch of every Evergreen tree as you're playing to their. That's one thing I did not get to do when I was in Fairbanks was right on a snowmobile or as they call him snow machines,.
Interview with bio-mechanics expert Lisa McFadden, PhD
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar. Set of journeys But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go not quite as little as where I heard you up. But? Yes. So I grew up on Lake Ontario My Dad was a doctor in I. Always always wanted to be a doctor specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, and my dad always told me no, you do not He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, no, No, no dad engineers are big nerds. And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and I. Really suggest you become an engineer. So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. throughout my Undergrad I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next I started getting really interested in robotics and in two that feel that was emerging back. Then decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. So I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of ski. Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to kind of help people that you needed additional help outside of. Being Super, rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, we should go skiing. So, Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but decided to go out to Utah where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. If you contract one all the way, you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. So what does that look like as well?
Great Lakes temperatures breaking records
"You may have missed it in this extreme news year of twenty, twenty climate changes in the north are happening at a record pace this year the data points record setting one hundred re temperatures in Siberia, Arctic wildfires omitting record greenhouse gas emissions, and the Lowest Arctic Sea ice coverage ever recorded in July. Closer to home water temperatures in the Great Lakes have been running high this summer. Erik. Anderson is with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Eric Welcome to climate cast. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Let's talk about Great Lakes water temperatures this year. How warm are they? So. Generally, they're about one to two degrees warmer than what we've seen. We saw spike in early July that race temperatures up. So in Lake Michigan that's. About seventy six degrees. Fahrenheit. Lake Huron slightly cooler around seventy two degrees. Lake Erie getting close to eighty just under eighty maybe about seventy eight and Lake Ontario? Kind of seventy six point five degrees I would say. Let's talk about Lake Superior why is it different than the other Great Lakes? Well, you know generally there's differences just across the Great Lakes from geographic scale of the region. So superior. Is the farthest North Lake I can see dramatically different weather than you see in Lake Erie you're on -Tario. Pursue the southern stretch of Lake Michigan. So that's one factor. It can get slightly different weather, slightly different air temperatures and winds in that region. But another key feature is just the size and the depth of the lake. Because Lake Superior so big in. So deep the cold water that's down below does a tremendous job at keeping the surface. Cool. Even when we have a streak of warm air temperatures like we've seen this summer. What about longer term trends on the Great Lakes seasonally, what trends are you seeing for warmer summer temperatures in the Great Lakes the data that we have on surface water temperatures has shown that summer temperatures in the lakes are all trending upwards. So we see warmer water temperatures over. Roughly the last three decades when we have consistent or even four decades based on temperatures or we have consistent data sets in that's on par with what we see in ocean temperature changes even may be slightly more rapid rates in it sounds small. If I, give you the number typically it's around a a half a degree for decade, but that's actually quite a. Lot of change for these large bodies of water But we're also starting to see from the data that we see rapid warming in the fall in the spring as well, which is a signature that this summer period is really getting longer. It's stretching in both directions. So the shoulder seasons in the spring and fall are are warming up sooner in cooling off later respectively. What will you be watching for for Trans on the Great Lakes and climate in the next few years? Lakes and really lakes in general are a good measure of the impacts of climate change. So they're small enough that they can. Give us a discernible, a clear signal of of climate trends if they exist. But they're large enough that they do have that climate memory. So they're they're not so tiny that responding to every daily fluctuation in whether they had that long term memory part that US to look at long-term trends like what a climate change might Britain. Eric Anderson with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Yeah. Thanks for having me.
Tiz The Law Owner Jack Knowlton On Belmont Win
"Will here it is Jack Knowlton visiting with Anthony's to bill on. Red Brand radio. Congratulations on a fantastic win. A lot of people feel like it was seventeen years in the making my friend. Well we finally got our triple. Crown for Sakho Toga for Barclay tag and took us two horses and seventeen years, but from what I understand. It's still kind of fight for Barclay There aren't a lot of trainers at You know is one three legs of the triple crown in recent years. Yeah and you know you guys together. Seventeen years apart, and with New York breads and I know that's the. The mantra over attack a Toga. You guys support that program as well as anyone. Well I was pretty fascinated to learn that it was one hundred thirty eight years since the new. York breaded, won the. Belmont stakes now I know a lot of people are going to say well, then really count you know at you know. It wasn't a mile and a half and Yada, Yada but. In my mind, anybody who watched that race, who questions who would have won that race? It has been a mile and a half. I think the outcome would have been exactly the same as it was at amendment eight. And, Barkley had gone on record is before the race saying you know I would have liked a mile and a half of the source, and he's a horse again. New York Brad and that's what you guys do, you? You've been high on this horse from day one. Well. I watched them train at Saratoga. I mean you're up there and I'd go over at six o'clock in the morning 'cause. That was a time of day that Berkeley landed of track. It was almost darker. She got near the end of the need of what's dark. And not only did he. You know have a good works, and you know work quickly, not crazy fast, but you know good works. But the way he galloped out, I mean they couldn't pull him up. He goes around the second turn. After you know going, pass the finish line and writers just added tremendously difficult time pulling them up junior. Alvarado was riding. Mine is is raised back then, and when I saw that we went into a first range of six and a half furlong maiden mates for New York. Badge I really had a lot of confidence and He's lived up to it so one little bump in a road when he got stuck down inside and the worst part of the race track and Kentucky Jockey Club At. The end of November other than that He really has been flawless. Yeah. That's lobby. Track back in November. He's just been He's been impeccable. The rest of the way the covid nineteen outbreak of course forced post moment of the Kentucky Derby the preakness to. The. Bom obviously the biggest change with the Belmont was not only the two weeks, but the distance. You've mentioned the ASTERISK. We'll get to that in a minute You guys pretty much. And gals I don't want to offend anybody in Saratoga those thirty-five parts of this. Is that accurate? Seven and funny is that I was that six or seventy? You guys and funny side. We had ten ten. Okay, okay only. The same folks lieutenant. And I the only holdovers class. You guys Gus Williams. He passed away several years ago as dead one of our other great partners Dave Man but Ruined I gave remaining to. Stay with it and never in the world expecting that we would get the kind of horse that we've gotten here with the law. And this was an important race for you to win Jack Not that you don't want to win. The Derby again or the preakness again, but the Belmont stakes with your dedication to new. York, Brad's and New York, and let's face it. you know in a game where horses changed hands an awful lot. You and Barclay have been together two decades at this point. This was a very important race for you guys to to tick the box on. It was, and now he's got one more coming up in my hometown Saratoga Springs I've lived thirty five years I know Barkley wants to win it badly as do I and. Really if we can you know, check this box. would include the champagne, which is the the most important two year old race. The Belmont stakes obviously being biggest Belmont. Race and We get the travers at Saratoga. That's quite a triple. And that's pretty remarkable. When you consider you know you started this twenty years ago. As pretty much. Just some friends getting together and buying some horses. We had six guys and Sackett Cyber. I find the eastern end of Lake Ontario I went to high school. We were having our usual. Memorial Day weekend, bearing barbecue, and my wife and I would go up there and visit and I had been in the harness. Business Standard Bread business I guess for about a dozen years and got out. In in ninety four. And somebody up there said well. Why don't we buy a thoroughbred and I said you know figuring I've never gonNA hear anything about it again. I said okay. I said you know, let's each put in five thousand dollars. I knew Tim Kelly at that point who's a trainer and works at is never now. so I got a hold of me and he found this a New York Brad for twenty two thousand dollars. We named him the second sex after the six of us. From Sackett Cyber and came up with the name sack Toga stable after sack I Saratoga and made ourselves Maroon and gray, which are high school college. So. That's how it all started.
Gary Quequish (Oji-Cree)
"STEIG good day. Welcome my friends to the storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Have, you ever been set free from the weight of sin and shame. It's possible my friend, and that's something that today's storyteller experienced firsthand in a powerful way. My name is Gerry Creek. Wish I. Come from round Lake Ontario. It's often called. Riach amount these days. I come from north Caribou Lake Band of people. I come from a family of. Thirteen children. What took place in Nineteen, seventy three? Was a miracle. Hard the large delivered me. From the bondage of sin. I still to this day relive the moment of salvation. Forty years later. And I thank God for his. Mercy for His grace. For his love for his. Provision for his presence in my life. Even to this day. As I said earlier. I come from a family of thirteen children. In those early years up in North Carol-. We had a pretty rough. Time My Dad left my mom. In those earlier's. What happened was in nineteen, fifty, two, fifty three. Missionaries, up the northern Canada Evangelical mission. Came around lake. Missionary by the name of clift mccomb came over there. And the whole village practically probably about ninety five percent of the village. were saved. The first Church elders were. Converted. Shaman converted Madison Man. My mother was saved. During bad year. I. May Have Been. In my mother's womb. When my mother got saved. I've never seen my mother. Drink. Or curse or. Take drugs. She always lift for God. I remember her as a praying woman. She Witten pray short prayers. Prayers like Rub. A DUB DUB blessed his grupp kind of prayer. But she would prey. Oh two hours three hours. Per Day. When? My mother became a Christian my father. Left my mom. During be happy and other reasons one of them in reasons why he left mum. Was Her conversion. My father was in the. the traditional path, the red path. And he couldn't stay. In the same house. I know. Growing up later realized that my father. Left my mother for another woman. But Dodd really caused hardship. In my mother and raising us! But she prayed. She went to church. And participated in church activities. In nineteen seventy. My father became a Christian. and My mother had. Prayed much for him. And loved him. And she even led The woman my father was living with. was in relationship with. She led that lady to
"lake ontario" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Just trying to point yeah simple straightforward doug. God bless you're a wonderful man. Thank you for telling us this story. Please give Mary our best. All right I will thank you. Thank you very much. That's that's pretty pretty. That's I like that story lot I WANNA give a plug out of these spokes advertise with us. Whatever like that but not every year but Every few years My wife and I will like to go for anniversary to the Red Osha. And and we go for for prime rib and they of course you know it. Prime Rib is is a very tasty thing. He humans have an amazing ability to eat beef but The but we in in tomorrow's anniversary and one of the unfortunate things about the shutdown is that you can't go out. There's nothing you can do right and I don't know if the red oceans cooking but if they were I'd I'd sit in the parking lot someplace and do that. Here's another area where Or Pat wants to rub something in okay. Next caller is having a better day than you and I are packed. Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven. Eighty Sir thank you sir I don't know you mean by up something in bought I. I was telling your answering person there. I listen to you that But lately be work. I feel guilty. Unfortunately I'm one of the people that have benefited from this Excellent I'm doing I'm doing well. I've been listening to you. I met camp out on Williamson Lake Ontario Location..
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"lake ontario" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Over Lake Superior then track over Lake Huron and eventually over Lake Ontario when the wind direction sets up in this manner over the lakes the snow fall rates downwind of Lake Ontario can at times exceeded three inches per hour so along with the extreme snowfall rates will probably die be dealing with some snow thunder snow in some of these snow bands these extreme rates will target the tug hill plateau region of New York state situated east of Lake Ontario at about eighty miles north of Syracuse say fifty miles south of Watertown from Thursday afternoon into early Saturday that's a that's an extended period of time during which upwards of five feet could fall the last time the tug hill plateau picked up more than two feet of lake effect snow was back on January twenty ninth in the February second of last year it's been relatively quiet for lake effect snows this winter now along with the heavy snow the winds will be creating snow drifts that could actually berry any car that stuck out in the snow even though the heaviest snow will target the tug hill plateau residents in the Syracuse area will have their fair share of snow from late week into this weekend all right travel become extremely happy and I mean impossible across portions of I. eighty one and I. ninety near Lake Erie and Lake Ontario for the last half of the week here the snow amounts may not be quite as impressive as the tug hill plateau but the ski country of the mountain south of buffalo you will deal with some impressive snowfall from this event snowfall totals about a foot across the high terrain of western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania between Thursday and Saturday it looks like the snow will begin to taper off Saturday night into Sunday as a high pressure system will bring along some dry and more settled conditions to the region but you have it's not ugly yet it's going to get ugly it's a pretty dynamic storm is they're describing that that's coming together meanwhile out west well how about that record challenging high temperatures are possible today and maybe Friday from San Francisco and Sacramento to Fresno Los Angeles and San Diego Los Angeles and the surrounding communities will will have temperatures well into the eighties with that offshore breeze like a Santa Ana kind of event the offshore Wimbledon help keep any coastal low clouds away and out to sea and that's going to allow things to really warm up well above average now the area of high pressure over the Great Basin begins to track east by Friday and that should bring an end to those guts gusty offshore winds and then we'll begin to watch for next storm system may be coming in off the Pacific by sometime this weekend in southern California it'll bring some cooler air back in from the Pacific so elsewhere around the country it's not too much going on to get a little bit of snow tonight out into parts of central and eastern Montana A. B. more the higher elevations the lower elevation see a little bit of wind aside from that not much going on radar pretty quiet for most of the country it's all up into the eastern portions of the from the Tennessee valley to the Great Lakes in the northeast that is under fire all right look at some of our industry headlines coming up here is we'll work our way into a Thursday hope your weeks going well around the country it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five things getting uglier by the day with the corona virus all the latest in there's a lot to cover there as well things I mean it's a very fluid situation but rapidly changing.
Plans To Develop High-Tech 'Smart City' In Toronto Met With Resistance
"In Toronto a plan to develop waterfront property along Lake Ontario is meeting resistance the area is supposed to become a so called smart city with high tech sensors and data collectors baked into the infrastructure as David McGovern reports many in Canada's biggest city are concerned about the company chosen to develop the site the company's name is sidewalk labs that may not ring a bell but it's a spin off of a corporation whose name is much more instantly recognizable Google here's prime minister Justin Trudeau announcing the plan to develop the twelve acre block of public lands called key side on Toronto's Lake Ontario waterfront back in twenty seventeen a world leader in Irvine innovation sidewalk labs will create a test bed for new technologies in kisai technologies will help us build smarter greener more inclusive cities which we hope to see scaled across to Rogers eastern waterfront and eventually in other parts of Canada and around the world just the shape and is the sidewalk labs director of urban design and digital innovation he's especially excited about the green aspects of the project like plans to build the world's tallest timber buildings soaring thirty five story curve structures of glass and high density would in the benefits of that are that stealing concrete which is the primary materials for buildings there are some of the most significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions would itself obviously renewable resource in itself actually embodied carbon innovative plans also include roads and sidewalks made of modular concrete slabs fitted with heating systems to melt snow and ice and the project involves thousands of monitors sensors and cameras on streets inside buildings and embedded in the infrastructure the monitoring of people's movements is intended to improve the efficiency of traffic flow energy use garbage collection and more so we're concerned about creating essentially a neighborhood in the city that's fundamentally based on a model of surveillance friend McPhail is a lawyer with the Canadian civil liberties association it is suing to block the development saying it is full of potential privacy breach is that violate Canadian constitutional rights particularly because betting technologies if the infrastructure that people don't have any choice about whether or not they're there don't have any control over what date it is or isn't being collected and have no meaningful way to consent to the information being collected bill says the only way to prevent that from happening is to completely avoid going to that part of the city she says that's just not fair but just the chiffons of sidewalk labs says this project is not about data harvesting or surveillance that's just not the business that we're in there's only data collected when it is truly in service of achieving a public benefit for example he says if there are sensors to improve pedestrian safety that would all be collected by the city of Toronto and since its initial proposal sidewalk labs has made a number of concessions including agreeing to hand over any of the data it collects to a government agency for safe keeping Torben widgets who heads the community organization block sidewalks remain skeptical the notion that we allow will sister company access to publicly owned land in the city of Toronto and allow them to develop you know new forms of delivering the services I think it's something that sort of strikes a nerve among a lot of people in front of so many people that the final approval date for the development has just been pushed from March until may this year to allow for more public
"lake ontario" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"In our party got out of the RV, as we were driving up the mountain to take some, some scenic shots and was swarmed little make a pretty good video. So speaking of videos, we'll have a video this week, the Daf this podcast on Thursday will be releasing on our YouTube channel on that one. We'll be on entering Canada. A lot of people wonder what it's like they've never been to can, they're all worried about customs, and we had the cameras roll in the hallway through, we'll show you what it's like, and we'll take you with us to Lake Ontario and northern shore of Lake Ontario in a great spot that we spent the night, so that videos coming up coming up this week, I can't believe that we lucked out with such a beautiful spot. It was amazing rate on the water. And this is a great time if you can. Handle the bugs because the insects, you know, they're all coming out, and there's been a lot of rain over the spring. But if you can handle the bugs this is a great spot. This park were at now in near white Whiteface mountain in the Adirondacks. We're pretty much alone here right now. I think it'll be busy this weekend this weekend, being Father's Day weekend, it's going to be packed. Yep. It will be. But anyway, that's where we are where at the index. We did a had a lot of fun doing our ask us anything live report from our campsite here on Sunday. You can find that on our RV lifestyle channel on YouTube. If you look at that, and I hope that we can do one this weekend. This Father's Day will do one from wherever we are assuming, we have good internet connection, though. Sometimes, we'd be boom. We are boondock in when we out there boondock, and there might not be solid, internet, least solid enough to do a you know, the high demand of doing video of streaming video, but so far we've lucked out we'll try and do it again this, this Sunday. So anyway, that's what we're up to, and I, I gotta say, people. I don't wanna know how bows, doing we always have to do a bow updates. So how would you rate bowl on this thing? Is he having a good time? Well, I think he's having a pretty good time considering that he doesn't have freedom. He's not used to being on a rope. They do have a fenced in area for dogs and we did connect with a person that had a little dog that the two of them bowing. This other little dog got Rosie got along just great. We met Susan who is in a road trucks. Use from Ohio road track. And we, we had doggy play dates which was really fun. I'm sorry. They left because everytime boasts as the dog, you know he wants to play. Yup. And I think he thinks he knows some of these dogs from, you know, the dog park home because he was barking like, come on. Let's play. Yeah. Yeah. You know when.
"lake ontario" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"How are you k- house Toronto? These days called is we're freezing. We're coming out of it. I think we're going to be watched avid, which is celsius of your boat. Just above thirty to thirty two. Plus. No. I bet you're in Toronto. I actually I introduce you to a Richard Serra job. Job was you? Okay. Yeah. You know? But I mean, you know, one Richard you had done your show. But we should I made it, right? I tried to get their course radio to too. So I'm gonna tell you about an incident that I had with the day right doing it was August twenty fourteen out here in pick noon. And some golden eagles were flying above the house. Right. So Barbara, my wife, we're looking at it and out into the distance we've seen this. Dr I wake up talking to sky was crystal blue, crystal blue, and I got far to go get our burgers. But there are eight hundred forty two doctors. And we we we we caught it. It was on a sixty degree angle, and it was in the northeast, and it looked like a white girl. And so did it change color to like like like an orange? It went back to white. And then this little atmospheric cloud came and it went it kind of disappeared. And then it was the site. So I went I called the Peter Davenport's number, right? He answers the phone. This is like nearly. Yeah. Sometimes he dogs August twenty eight. So he told me what to do to go to his web page put everything down. Right. So we did. And a couple of days later, we went, and we make sure that we put it down George someone from Syracuse New York now we're in Pickering, Ontario. So we're north of Lake Ontario. Right. Syracuse New York is so east of Lake Ontario. Right. It's it's the same thing. And he wrote in Davenport, right? And it's on the web page. That's all I know you go to Davenport's page, August twenty four fourteen and you'll see it's still there today. Right. So anyways, I I get on a map. And I do it intersects it. So I'm I draw the line from sixty degrees from Pickering northeast, and I do the same intersection from Syracuse where he would have seen the object that he's just the same description as I did. Carp ontario? And I wonder how many other people saw this. Well, I don't know like for him to write this down. So anyways Carpentaria is an old Canadian military base. That has an underground bunkers the decent Baker about good and the Canadian government built in the fifties. Eight for case there was a nuclear war. It's still open today for visitors. Isn't that weird? It is strange. And then I had another sighting we were down in Dominica. In February twenty seventeen matches couple right? And we were going back to scotch one are Canada. So we were watching the airplane takeoff through binoculars and we're following the airplane. And all of a sudden, there's this Brown disc, I'm talking it was like we're looking through the same. For forty two. Right. It was five o'clock in the using. And we was towards the west of the sun was kinda going down, and you can see the plane which was full field in the end the binoculars. But this Brown dish was was visible. And it looked like it was behind the plane, and it kind of looked like that yin Yang that you know, with the is it like for the karate. Would be question marks. And that's so anyways, I took the binoculars it wasn't visible. I went back in with binoculars. It was there. I got my wife. Barb. She looked at it. And we've seen it. And then all of a sudden, it just it was gone. And it was weird. You must be a magnet for you. Afo sightings to be sure. I mean, some people don't see them in their entire lifetime. Don's with now Kent, Ohio. Hey, Don, welcome to the program for other chores. Thank you so much for taking my call unhappy Sabbath. You know, I grew up Roman Catholic, and I I was talking to my priest. You know, he was my instructor to the CCD classes, that's competent of Christian doctrine classes. And you know, he chided me for joining the row secretions. He said I joining the dark side. And you know, why was a I told him about this story and one of the meetings we are to lady short, they're young gal. And they had short hair which was kind of not in vogue at the time. Because you know, you're like what are doing? And they were talking, and I I'm listening to them and they didn't miss a beat their pronunciations were excellent manners. I've been very well educated. And at the time, Akron, Ohio was the rubber capital of the world, you know, Italian city. And so I asked him I thought they looked for like an executive secretary for one of, you know, a robbery industries now, I ask them. So well, what do you do on your day job, you know, and they go, well, we're not absolutely nuns. Yeah. And so I I was talking to father, you know, even about it. And he goes he says, look, I don't know what the problem is what the Catholics, but we have a propensity. We lose more of our congregation going into sorcery and magic Rosa has on the dark side. Of course, once they started getting into reincarnation, I in some of the other stuff, I just pulled out of it. But you know, at a very. Very kind of strange. You know, then our denomination has that weakness, you might say him, and you know, it was kind of offensive. So that was one thing that and I started reading in my way bible and how God condemns neck romance and trying to talk with the dead nickel. Meaning, of course, and how king Saul was killed for consulting with the witch of indoor and. And you know, people are always trying to inquire, you know, without a palm reading and sorcerers and psychic, you know, counselors and ascended masters, and you talking with, you know, some the things from the occult, exactly. And you know, it got says why don't they inquire of me instead of these spirits that go in the dark, and and so it was interesting talking with one of the guys, and he was telling me, so you north very interesting that people that have UFO experiences. He says that they usually have a couple of things that go wrong with them. Like they have sleep district disruptions. They can't think normally they have like psychological issues, and he says sometimes they have skin problems. He says these are all signs of demonic possession. And it was Jack of a lay who said that he doesn't think there's so much. These your foes are so much from other plans as dementia. He believes are dimensional primarily, and he says, you know, there's a very interesting spiritual application about this. But what bothered me is? He tacked the blessed. Virgin, Mary says, she is gonna have something to do with the end time, you know, you know, deception, and and I'm thinking, why is this guy kinda like one of those, you know, European Protestants that was rather upset over what happened, you know, you know, Hitler's pope and all that stuff, you know, that happened. So, you know, but it's interesting where these guys are coming from an an and I'm reading these articles. And he says, you know, there's no reason why ninety five percent of the UFO sightings are Kerr at night and listening to your program, some of the people to say that if people that get about the claim the blood of Jesus they're thrown out. And I'm saying to myself there is some type of spiritual component there causing the bible tells us at the end of time, they'll be great. So, you know, we gotta be very careful, and it always tells us the test the spirits, and we have a famous radio talk show, your general your number. Do you ever hear of a guy named how each oh, yeah? How how he was one of the top. He's passed away. Now, how he died and he had the highest arbitron rating east of the Mississippi and his time timeslot, and is very interesting guy. But you know, he had one of the guys on that decided to bring a girl that was married to an alien, and he this gentleman that was one of the the host sends limousine down to pick her up put her up in a hotel, and she was on the program. And I said well just give me five minutes with her. And he says you got it. So the first question I asked her she said, she lost her faith at fourteen and I asked her I said, what was your faith? And she.
"lake ontario" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Lake effect snow so just curious how you know, a band, you know, maybe five six miles wide could dump a foot and a half a snow in you know, three or four hours, and, you know, your five miles away from it, and you got green grass and the and the sunshine in so I was always really curious of how that worked, and you know, up there, the the lakes Lake Erie Lake Ontario, really kind of determine our weather, especially in the wintertime, and even in the summertime, you know, when the lake freezes over, you know, the the snow machine stops, and you kind kinda get your regular winter weather, but you know, in the lakes, not frozen. You you're in for some some pretty hefty snowstorm potential. So I was really curious what that fascinated with that. Just how that all worked in weather. Just kind of really fascinated with really fascinated me just different types of weather to hurricane or tornadoes. All that kind of weather patterns and El Nino, Nina, how that could affect our summers and winters and just the weather in general. So I just loved weather, and I went to university of Toledo with geography degree. They didn't offer me your algae. But they're one of the the schools that gave me a full ride for football. And I tried to do as much as I could to to be involved with weather, and I took all the weather classes that they offered and yeah, I'm about to two to three classes short of actually get meteorology degree, and you know, didn't work out for me. I was going to go to maybe Penn State or one of these schools offered me your algae and finish my degree. And and. Go from there. But you know football as worked out pretty well and pro bowler. Been able to to really stay involve though, with you know, whether kind of just being a hobby, and it's really helped out with with football's. Well, yeah. Now, this is we're talking with Brett Kern, and for those of you that are listening to weather. Geeks just to emphasise he's not just any punter in the NFL I mentioned in the introduction that he's a two time pro bowler. So that means he's really one of the top punters in the league. And that that's an interesting story. I think many people have a similar story, I know many people in the meteorological community there some type of weather event or something about the weather growing up got fascinated in the weather..
"lake ontario" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"He was looking for a chink in their armor because this is an ancient well built creature they've found fossils going back some three hundred and sixty million years. So it was well built from the beginning. But because it's so old it has it has a relatively crude liver and through Applegate studies, he found that they spawned in a relatively few number of streams tributaries feeding the Great Lakes. So there was a there was a, you know, a chink in that armor. And so he figured what we need to do is. We can't poison the Great Lakes, we need to poison these streams, but we need to find a poison that affective to lamp rate and nothing else, and it took him years and years, they found it, and it was like an ecosystem scale of chemotherapy, they dose the lakes, and they knocked the lamp raise down. It's like a neutron bomb, you leave the building. But there were affects that it wasn't like, hey, we did this and everything is great, right? No, no. I mean, so the lake. Did a great job of steering themselves. Once we kind of took control of the wheel things started getting what was the consequence of knocking out all the pre? Okay. So you knock out of the land as what's the next step while you still got to bring back a predator. Okay. And the lake trout are gone. There are remnant populations hanging on in northern. In lake superior in parts of Lake Ontario or here on but instead of instead of bringing back the native lake trout. Some people had an idea that we could do better than what nature had given us, and we could bring in Pacific, salmon. And so we flew in literally flew in coho Chinook salmon from Oregon raise them in hatcheries and started dosing the lake with this Pacific predator to eat an Atlantic invader in the middle of the continent that set of lakes that holds the world's largest freshwater system. So in nineteen sixty four the Michigan department of natural resources hires fishy fish biologist named Howard Tanner. And he's supposed to be the guy who deals with the life. Right. Will right? Yeah. He was supposed to do a lot of stuff, but he was given marching orders from his boss to I think the quote was get out there and do something spectacular. So he's coming from out west. He's a Michigan native. He's a great guy still around. He was born in Michigan his career took him out west where he was a manager in a in a environment. Where most of these lakes are men made..
"lake ontario" Discussed on Ideas
"Who lived there on the shores of Lake Ontario? Who's artifacts were found that dated back? Thousands of years. They were here thousands and thousands of years ago before the British arrived, but just past squiggle. There's this beautiful old Victorian house, and it's got a really nice gate and set back, and it's all been preserved and that house is to remember the Asper family who came to the Toronto area in seventeen ninety four and for two centuries. They lived in and around this property and many things in our neighborhood in the east end they're named after the Ashburn. All we have is a squiggle. Little road. I think about this often. I think about the things I talk about with Murray Sinclair, and I think about though his words and they Akot in my ears. Some driving down there. I think about. Where do I fit in all this? And this continuum that I've been talking about all the evening. This big circle. Where is it that I come from? What is my purpose? Who am I? And where do I belong? I think of my family, and I think of what we have all been through too. And I think all of our collective trauma when I think of these questions. And I think of who I am to my mother is here tonight. My grandmother is here tonight sister, and we to share so many how the same stories, and we to share so many things that I have talked about here tonight. I vote a sense of loss about what happens when your family has been through the Indian residential school system. What happens when the Indian act in packs your family, I think about my my uncles. My mother's three brothers. I think about how I actually didn't know. My mother had any brothers till I was in my twenties. Because they they were in the child welfare system, and they were gone from us. And I think too about my sister. My late sister, Donna who I lost two years ago. I think about all of my relations. I think about all of our relations. And how we belong. An in. Zoo. Tanya Tolaga edition accounts. A nin. Agia ni co soya n-. On in. When jay. Who are you? Where do you come from? Where do you belong? And I'm going to leave you with reading and these words were not written by me. These words written by Matthew Coon, come who was the grand chief the grand council of the Crees. We can choose to continue to think of ourselves as victims and always looked to justify our own fears and inadequacies and our own failings by blaming colonialism or residential schools or government paternalism or other realities of our past. We can also decide if we choose to do. So that this is a way of thinking that is no longer useful for us as we look to the future. These factors were certainly part of our past. But it is the past that we have struggled to overcome. And the reality is we have overcome them. It is no longer useful for us is individuals as communities, and ultimately as a nation to remain stuck in a way of thinking that does not reflect the possibilities for the future. So you see Thunder Bay. All my relations, all our relations. And with those words, I want to say to make which to all of you..
"lake ontario" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Yesterday was a hot sunny day in niagara on the lake ontario conditions were perfect for the local lavender festival and unfortunately for grass fire the fire started in hayfield that was being used for parking for festival goers more than thirty cars were destroyed no injuries were reported denise van s was at the festival we reached her and hamilton ms venice when to realize that there is something going on that we're probably right after we left the antique building there right across from the winery there i just noticed a little bit of black smoke coming out beside the winery there i thought maybe it was like a little bun fight or something happening as recrossed the street i asked the police officer who was manning everybody on the street across back and forth basically said do you know what's going on and he said oh yeah it's just a little grass fire and i was like okay and then as we're approaching probably the thirty forty five seconds later i see a bunch of people starting to run and i noticed that the smoke is getting larger and larger and as i looked over see entire car in golsen flames and i thought oh my goodness okay no we need to get out of here now and it was did you say thirty to forty five seconds between yeah it was really fast like somewhere where we were like it just looked like a little bit of smoke but as you approach about closer you could just see getting larger and larger issue postal i don't know if maybe the car had already started becoming on fire and we just couldn't see until we got closer the basically that's what i thought i got into the parking lot where the winery is i looked over and i could see entire car was just engulfed in flames and we're we're going to put some of those pictures up on our twitter account so people conceiving it's pretty shocking that yeah how badly damaged so many cars were what what did you get a sense of did you realize that it was eating up that many cars and damaging that many cars to be honest with definitely my my intuition that i just felt really uncomfortable and i just felt really it was almost like that feeling you get when something's not right and you just know you're in the wrong place so it was just kind of feeling like okay this is this is serious this is more than just a little fire it's it's it's an entire car and all i could think was okay there's gasoline in the cars or could be alcohol in the car the wineries it's my ground the late you don't know what the people's vehicle and what people around you doing at that point there was a few people who are like running to the parking lot like towards the smoke and i could smell the smoke and it just smelled awful you know people like some of the people running towards the to that area because their car was parked in that area and i told my partner can you just go get the karla get it out as fast as you can because i don't feel good about this so he went into to get the car in the parking lot and i and.
"lake ontario" Discussed on WNYC 820AM
"The surface on terrestrial so actually it's working backwards i mean there was a paper just a couple of weeks ago about the contribution and the amounts in rivers of this plastic crack there is a paper in nature geosciences showing that a lot of plastic comes up from the bottom of rivers during a big rainstorm and and we know that land is is the main source of plastic going into the ocean and rivers are a conduit but that paper really showed the volume that can enter the oceans from rivers just during one storm good buck even further then so you have also the lakes which presumably relatively still the plastics considering their longtime we'll sink to the bottom how much is known about what happens in lakes well i live on the laurentian great lakes on lake ontario and we do quite a bit of work here and in fact some of the i work on freshwater microplastics was in the great lakes and you're right they're less dilutes they as you would expect them to be more concentrated and some of the research that we've done just in lake ontario shows that some of the concentrations are quite high so for example sometimes we find more than one hundred pieces in a single fish which is quite a bit more than we find in a single fish in the ocean you've also mentioned the terrestrial plastics are pushing this soil plastic so these would be plastic sort of actually breaking up in the soil one of the first things they brought people to think about terrestrial was we so we know that wastewater treatment plants are receivers of plastic pollution so those little micro beads in our face wash and the microphone is coming off of our clothing in the washing machine and wastewater treatment plants the way that they separate as some of it stays on the surface and a lot of those articles are meant to sink down into the bio solids or sludge and that sledge after treatment is often land applied so sometimes to soils and sometimes even to agricultural soils and so then people started to think about how much through wastewater treatment plants and also compost how much plastic is in these materials that were then purposefully applying to the land and because of that how much microplastics is in soils and.
"lake ontario" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The surface on terrestrial so working backwards i mean there was a paper just a couple of weeks ago about the contribution and the amounts in rivers of this plastic correct there's a paper in nature geosciences showing that a lot of plastic comes up from the bottom of rivers during a big rainstorm and and we know that land is is the main source of plastic going into the ocean and rivers are a conduit but that paper really showed the volume that can endure the oceans from rivers just during one storm going back even further then so you have also the lakes which presumably relatively still the plastics considering their longtime or sink to the bottom how much is known about what happens in lakes also i live on the laurentian great lakes on lake ontario and we do quite a bit of work here and in fact some of the i work on freshwater microplastics was in the great lakes and you're right they're less dilutes they as you would expect them to be more concentrated and some of the research that we've done just in lake ontario shows that some of the concentrations are quite high so for example sometimes we find more than one hundred pieces in a single fish which is quite a bit more than we find in a single fish in the ocean you've also than shunned the terrestrial plastics are pushing this soil plastic so these would be plastics actually all breaking up in the soil one of the first things they brought people to think about terrestrial was we so we know that wastewater treatment plants are receivers of plastic pollution so those little microbes in our face wash and the microphone covers coming off of our clothing in the washing machine and wastewater treatment plants the way that they separate as some of it stays on the surface and a lot of those part locals are meant to sink down into the bio solids or sludge and that sledge after treatment is often land applied so sometimes to soils and sometimes even to agriculture all soils and so then people started to think about how much through wastewater treatment plants and also compost how much plastic is in these materials that were then purposefully applying to the land and because of that how much micro plastic is in soils and so.
"lake ontario" Discussed on Science in Action
"Of plastic going into the ocean and rivers are conduit but that paper really showed the volume that can enter the oceans from rivers just during one storm we book even though the and so you have also the lakes which presumably relatively still the plastics consider round the wrong time we'll sink to the bottom how much is known about what happens in likes also i live on the engine great lakes on lake ontario and we do quite a bit of work here and in fact some of the i work on freshwater microplastics was immigrate lakes and you're right they're less dilute they as you would expect them to be more concentrated and some of the research that we've done just in lake ontario shows that some of the concentrations are quite high so for example sometimes we find more than one hundred pieces in a single fish which is quite a bit more than we find a single fish in the ocean you've also mentioned the terrestrial plastics i presume this soil plastic so these would be plastics that have actually all breaking up in the soil one of the first things that brought people to think about terrestrial was we so we know that wastewater treatment plants are receivers of plastic pollution so those little micro beads in our face wash in the microphone mors coming off of our clothing in the wash machine and wastewater treatment plants the way that they separate us some of it stays on the surface in a lot of those particles are meant to sink down into the bio solids or the sludge and that sludge after treatment is often land applied so sometimes to soils and sometimes even to agricultural soils and so then people started to think about how much through wastewater treatment plants in also compost how much plastic is in these materials that were then purposefully applying to the land and because of that how much micro plastic is in soils and so there's been really about i can probably count the number of papers on my two hands that have started to talk about this but i think more and more people will start to be curious about how much is in soil in what's the fate so where's it going going out into the terrestrial ecosystem or when it rains as it washing off into freshwater and marine so we talked about soil which walked about rivers lakes oviously about about.
"lake ontario" Discussed on KOMO
"A lake week storm shaping up for today not much in the way of varied weather just that one striking shivering detail while today is exceptionally quiet across the country a huge arctic high pressure and control promoting those very frigid conditions would you of lake a fact that will continue off of lake erie and in lake ontario putting down more inches and we have a very weak disturbance that will bring light snow did northern minnesota later in the day only a few inches expected out of that we are watching tomorrow into thursday for a coastal storm to develop in the southeast tomorrow and then it will deepen as it heads northward off the coasts which is good news for most now back said a winter mix is still going to develop tomorrow from southeastern georgia through the carolina coastline creating some slippery conditions and by thursday the storm will continue to deepen off the new england coast creating blizzard conditions for boston and the cave with strong winds and several inches of snow expected we do have light snow will reach from cape hatteras north carolina up through new england and a lot of the northeast looks like they'll get some snow again the heaviest will be closer the coast of new england on the other side of the country we finally get some rain along the west coast including california tomorrow into thursday unfortunately southern california will miss out on the bulk of the rain but some showers are going to start a sneak in there tomorrow afternoon and the lake effect is gonna continue across a western michigan and ramp out tomorrow in india thursday with several inches of snow expected for the usual.
"lake ontario" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"A lake week storm shaping up for today not much in the way of varied weather just that one striking shivering detail while today is exceptionally quiet across the country a huge arctic high pressure is then control promoting those very frigid conditions will you of lake a fact that will continue off of lake erie him and lake ontario putting down more inches and we have a very weak disturbance that will bring light snow the northern minnesota later in the day only a few inches expected out of that we are watching tomorrow into thursday for a coastal storm to develop in the southeast tomorrow and then it will deepen as it heads northward off the coast which is good news for most now that said a winter mix is still going to develop tomorrow from southeastern georgia up through the carolina coastline creating some slippery conditions and by thursday the storm will continue to deepen off the new england coast creating blizzard conditions for boston and the cape with strong winds and several inch of snow expected we do have light snow will reach from cape hatteras north carolina up through new england and a lot of the northeast looks like they'll get some snow again the heaviest will be closer the coast of new england on the other side of the country we finally get some rain along the west coast including california tomorrow into thursday unfortunately southern california will miss out on the bulk of the rain but some showers are going to start a sneak in there tomorrow afternoon and the lake effect is gonna continue across a western michigan and ramp out tomorrow in into thursday with several inches of snow expected for the will.
"lake ontario" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"And another storm in the northwest to this when he is going to be bringing most to the focus of rain to oregon and northern california that rain can be heavy at times for early in the day today and we do have some flood watches in effect for coastal portions of southwest oregon and northwestern california we're also going to have some minor rain that extends up into washington and then we have snow that's going to be falling through the northern rockies today and tonight this know is going to be heavy at times and we'll pick up a chance of a foot of snow especially for western wyoming and over into southern portion to vita ho those are the areas that are going to get hit hardest by this system we also have lake affect snow which is going to be a factor off of lake ontario mostly due east of lake ontario and another half of foot of snow is possible in some locations before that snow winds down early tonight outside of that area we have some showers across the far south coastal portions of south texas can pick up some showers as well as southeastern florida those floridian showers are going to move somewhat northward as we go through tonight although there still going to remain mostly focused right along the coast in between through the middle of the country a lot of sunshine on the way and for the most part fairly moderate temperatures especially across the plains where highs are going to be mainly in the '60s and '70s that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather doc come meteorologist heather's air at macy's flagship store in new york a chance to sit on saint nicks lap is by appointment only this year for the first time ever families can go online to sign up for a time slot admissions free macy's says the system was designed to cut down on wait times that got very long this is america.
"lake ontario" Discussed on Talk Human To Me
"Autumn is fantastic though oughta mix up for a lot that was unreal i actually was really lucky to hang around the poconos area i was so it was like complete chance to hang out there yeah i i was just like my head was tilting back and forth like oh my god this i'd never seen colors like that yeah but i'm not i'll give up autumn for not having winter so it was also the it was the winter park lips that everything jeff you got see really unlucky because this is the worst winter in the last decade of great thanks yeah tell me about rochester anything to say about roster i think when you when you for me anyway i think often when you grow up in a city you don't know what the city is because your kid so i don't know what it's like to be an adult to there wouldn't you move out from there i left when i was eighteen and went to college okay now that i went to oberlin which is also rochester is on lake ontario and we have this thing called lake effect snow so it's not just like regular snow like intense snow and oberlin is also on a great lakes so had that for college as well then i moved to new york city shiver pretty normal family life like normal means normal talk about up in rochester like so my mom raised me and no i'm an only child i'm very much an only child.
"lake ontario" Discussed on WJR 760
"Uh over those two area and then what at what happens law is is this doesn't stay like this this is the thing about the great lakes of and i look back over the records of not like you do obviously but i've i've take can look at the charts they're always changing keith they go up they go down yeah we a other than lake ontario we've been higher than we are um on the other lake the the record highs for the most part on the great lakes her in nineteen mid 1980s the last time we approach level uh current levels with nineteen ninety six through nineteen ninety eight depending on the lake but in and recently we had a long stretch of uh below average and and record low levels to ah just a few years ago so uh the the one thing that we can point to in that period of record is uh the lake level a rise and fall depending on that prevailing weather condition at a time of wet conditions will lead to rising and higher than average water levels while uh those uh persistent dry weather will me the opposite with climbing and lower than average level right so these these alarmist said we've heard from before have told us that the low water levels are going to threaten the economy and great lakes shipping and and all of that what about high water levels now are what are the the risks and rewards on the impact of of low water obviously axa you know pope folks can't take their boat to their preferred locations vessel have to carry last cargo with high water it it it just two more of a uh a property concern with the higher water level waves are breaking closer and closer to toe full structures and property in shoreline protection we've seen lots of evidence of sherwin erosion i'm on lake ontario with a record high love holes there um and uh but we've also seen erosion issues on the other great lakes to up in my career uh and now wisconsin shoreline of of lake michigan so uh with the high water and the increased wave action we were certainly seeing some more impacts related to shore liner wrote it in and then we have an a past several years chissano question water temperature.