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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | Last month

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Talking about You got to have real courage to be in stocks now Yeah I mentioned this today the bentleys in the garage so I did a driver today And you know I looked back at game change here It's a sea change And the sea change is the different low core frenzy of inflation What percentage of our listeners have never experienced that My answer is 70% Maybe I'm wrong Maybe it's 50% But for a huge body of America $20 whole chickens at the grocery store are familiar pizza at $3 50 cents is a whole new thing After all Well and I mean if you have Ford F one 50 with a 36 gallon tank and you're filling that up in California for $6 a gallon it's expensive Mammoth mountain $6 45 cents a gallon I look every day To me that's the most expensive guest in the country Amazing What does that mean What does that kind of inflation mean to you Ross I mean you talk about stocks being the best place I guess to hedge right Yeah the way that we the way that I think about it is most people are kind of living in two worlds at the same time They're consumers and they're investors As a consumer inflation is the worst It pulls horribly Everybody hates it It's bad for the political party in power It's what people talk about at the water cooler gas prices chicken prices egg prices home prices People hate it It brings people together in a way that not many other things can As an investor you kind of think about what inflation is and for the most part companies are passing on price hikes And they've been to this point fairly good at protecting their margins They're a combination of different things whether it's productivity enhancements or so on So equities are in a good place to hide as a consumer it's thanks but that's kind of the dichotomy we live in All right Ross thanks so much for joining us Ross may failed there Investment strategy analyst at Baird wealth management missing the days of Rick Pitino Let's get over right now to Nathan.

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Center and a university that has some of the best medical schooling in the nation. They sent him home despite his family members advocating for him that he still needed help. He wasn't safe to leave. The man's brother took him home as he was discharged, not even a few hours later, Daniel was dead as his brother had to call 9-1-1 because the metal health. Mental health crisis Daniel was experiencing continued and resulted in him running out of the house naked and in pain and scared in the streets. His brother called for more mental health assistance and instead the police showed up. They would proceed to place a hood over his head as he lay on a rain covered cold ground nude, suffocating while they laughed, as he died. They then covered up the murder for over 6 months until it finally broke. It could not. It could have been any one of us, and since then the racism in this area has also flown over and shown itself as it is and just how prevalent. We have so much work left to do in ourselves first and then in the rest of our communities. Thank you for sharing that. I think, you know, my first, my first instinct when somebody who isn't of color fills out the racism survey is to say, well, you know. That's not as important as a survey filled out by somebody who is of color. And while that may be true, I think it's also important to read the experience of people witnessing it bearing witness to it. Because I think there are people out there who have who think that people of color are exaggerating or doing it to move their quote unquote cause forward. And. Anyway, this is a happy moment filled out by a woman who calls herself you're a good man, Bobby. And she writes the summer of my junior year of college. I was taking classes working and living on campus. One day, after work, it was a beautiful sunny afternoon in the berkshires of western Massachusetts. I laid down on the grass in the middle of campus and left the sunshine on my face. I was at peace. My mind and body were quiet. It was the best ten minutes of my life. I'd give anything to feel that way again. And then she asked, would you consider survey only episodes? We have done some survey only episodes and we're probably due for another one. Soon. But thank you for that for that moment. It's so odd how moments like that, how they can be so hard to access and how. Clearly we remember them. I had a moment, I don't know, probably. 15 years ago, 20 years ago, I was doing some winter backcountry skiing and camping in the northern part of California between I don't know why I'm giving this specific information out, but it was a two day trip on skis along the ridge line between mammoth mountain and June mountain. And it was really physically demanding, but also so beautiful and serene because as you can imagine, in the middle of winter, nobody's there. You know, you have to hack through ice to get drinking water. But the memory that I think is going to stick with me for the rest of my life was we set up camp after a long day. And I was totally exhausted and we were camped out in this little bowl on the top of a ridge line so it was protected from the wind. But there really was no wind and it had started snowing big, big flakes, just really gently falling. And I went and put on all my warmest gear, my little down booties and I walked towards the snow bank and I just fell back in this big, soft snow bank. And it almost felt like I was floating and I was just looking up at these big snowflakes falling. And there was no sound. Except for the sound of these big snowflakes..

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Code Story

"This is the creation story of napped. Some mapped is a data infrastructure platform. We bring together all the people places and things instead of commercial industrial environments And so if you think of sort of a stack inside of one of these commercial or industrial environments you've got the devices that are doing things inside the environments you know think of the h back controllers and the lighting controllers you know in a in a manufacturing floor you've got robotic arms and conveyor belts and other sort of process automation pieces the next layer up Tends to be a network infrastructure the network infrastructure brings those pieces together On an ip network so they can communicate with each other but the pieces tended to still be a sort of bespoke right the piece of equipment that were installed by system integrator at some point over the last fifty years you know using whatever the latest bag of tools and techniques were and now you know the companies that own many many buildings or many retail stores or many data centers or many factories are trying to get data across their entire environments. Even though these things are all ip connected they tend to be from different vendors. Installed by a different system integrator is different names functioning just slightly different right because the goal at the time that they were installed was to operate out environment not to provide a single business. Intelligence layer For the company And so now that there's an ip connected we go in and we'd build on top of that. The data infrastructure that sits on top of that network structure. And so you can think of it as the the missing piece between sort of the raw network and the applications and business intelligence that you're trying to trying to extract from your operations

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Skier dies after being found buried upside down in snow at California's Mammoth Mountain

The Tom Sullivan Show

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Skier dies after being found buried upside down in snow at California's Mammoth Mountain

"Leaving lots of travel dangers. ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano some areas of California digging out from a staggering nearly 9 Ft of snow tragically once here, lost his life after becoming trapped in the deep snow and on the coast of California massive amounts of rain. Part of the iconic highway one washing away south of Big Sur. Caltrans officials say they don't have an estimate yet for when that stretch of roadway will reopen that storm, bringing snow tomorrow to Indiana, Ohio, Baltimore and Washington. Listening to

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Comes late for you or the Super Bowl weekend comes early. Yeah, it's actually great day. Finally, we got some rain for Southern California. So let's talk about that. So we are in the middle of this very powerful storm, wreaking havoc on the roads and no less. When I walked out this morning, they were standing water everywhere. Where do we see him with this storm? So we already had the main rant Rain band roll through L. A County's got pushed down to San Diego's area now and I were just left with some scattered showers through the day through the afternoon and then tapering off this evening. Did I see that we also have the chance of thunderstorms today? Exactly as some thunderstorms are possible actually over the coastal waters pretty far out right now, there's been some lightning strikes reported so that could be coming up around our area this afternoon. Was this storm the humdinger that you forecasters had thought it would be. Yeah, absolutely. Especially upon the Central coast. We were expecting, like a ton of rain. I know the answer to quiver just kind of stalled up there and brought some areas up to 15 inches of rain. When it comes to also, then our rainfall totals. I know maybe it's too early to tell at this point, or if you guys have even measured, But how did this storm go? I know the last time I saw a Sierra snowpack report. They were saying that we had something like 40% of normal or of average or something for this time of year, So I guess I'm wondering where we stand with rainfall and when it comes to the snowpack Well, I don't know about this. No, Paco. We haven't quite quite looked at that quite yet. But the rainfall we got a good butt over an inch in downtown L a today that bought us a little bit better in terms of our normal rainfall, But we're still several inches below normal. Yeah, that's what I was gonna ask. So where are we? So we're down? Yeah, we're still about three inches below normal for this time of year. Do you expect more rain on the way it looked like maybe there was another storm coming next week. It looks like on Tuesdays is a potential for a little bit more rain, but not looking at any important really significant totals maybe left in a quad happen. Interest of how far are you guys at the National Weather Service able to predict out When we might see some storms and in those predictions, are you able to see any more wet weather coming our way? Well, our predictions are the best within five days of want to go further than 55 days. And it Z pretty much hit or miss. But after this next storm, potentially on Tuesday, it looks pretty dry after that, Okay. All right. Well, thank you so much. I appreciate it. Kristen and fingers crossed that people just take it slow out there with all this standing water That's kind of just left over. Exactly. Stay safe on the road. Thanks, Kristen. Have a great weekend. Thank you, too. Thanks. See you later that his National Weather Service meteorologist Kristen Stewart. I'm excited to find out what the snowpack is. I feel like handle. Want to go out there with my stick and See how much know we've gotten. But I think mammoth Mammoth Mountain in this last storm had seven plus feet of snow. Which is why I'm sure that you've got now all these ski resorts that are opening and I I assume It's easier for ski resorts to open. I think it was last year, and I don't.

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KCRW

"Amendment does not cover what it calls incense it acts of violence Gillan could face up to five years in prison and two hundred fifty thousand dollar fine. More than fifty seven feet of snow fell on the summit of mammoth mountain. This winter that's enough to cover the Hollywood sign and then some it's good news for skiers and the state's water supply. But his case ws Darrell Sandman reports some geologists say there could be a downside to all that snow. More earthquakes new research by the US Geological Survey links heavy snow melt after a wet winter to a series of earthquakes in the mammoth area. The study focused on a swarm of more than one thousand mostly minor temblors around mammoth after the winter of two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen researchers believe that heavy snow runoff low down to groundwater causing seismic movement. Looking all the way back to nineteen Eighty-four. The study found that most earthquakes warms in the area occurred on the wettest days during high snow years, given this winter's record-breaking Sierra, Nevada snowpack, the study team is watching closely to see if the pattern will repeat the earthquakes and mammoth have along what's called the law. Long valley Caldera one of the most seismically active areas in the country. Support for NPR comes from green works tools, offering battery powered outdoor tools to give people the power they need to take care of their homes available at Lowe's. Learn more green works tools dot com. It's six oh seven on KCRW. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I made Martin in Washington DC, bridges roads infrastructure, most of the time. We don't pay any attention to it until it starts to fall apart.

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KCRW

"Huffman was accused of pink fifteen grand rigor daughters. SAT scores Lachlan and her husband or charged with paying five hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get their daughters into US seem more than fifty seven feet of snow fell on the summit of mammoth mountain. This winter that is enough to cover the Hollywood sign. And then some which is good news for skiers in the state's water needs. But some challenges say there could be a downside to all that snow more earthquakes KCRW sterile sets men new research by the US Geological Survey links heavy snow melt after a wet winter to a series of earthquakes in the mammoth area. The study focused on a swarm of more than one thousand mostly minor temblors around mammoth after the winter of two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen researchers believe that heavy snow runoff slowed down to groundwater causing seismic movement. Looking all the way back to nineteen Eighty-four. The study found that most earthquakes warms in the area occurred on the wettest days during high snow years, given this winter's record-breaking Sierra, Nevada snowpack, the steady team is watching closely to see if the pattern will repeat at KCRW, Gerald sats. Been reporting support for NPR comes from visiting angels, professional caregivers assisting adults at home in bathing, dressing, meals, and light housework nationwide. Visiting angels, America's choice in senior home care. Learn more at one eight hundred three six. Five forty one eighty nine. It's four of six from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang. And I'm Audie Cornish. Former vice president Joe Biden announced last week that he'd be making another run for the presidency today. He took his pitch to an audience that he knows.

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento's number one for breaking news, traffic, and weather. I heart radio station. News ninety three point one KFI K. I'm John Brunei Z at one to with your top local stories crews continue to search Folsom lake for jet skier who went missing Sunday to people were using personal watercraft when they became separated. One of the writers found the other jet ski, but no sign of the twenty or twenty nine year old man who was writing it crews searched until it became too dark today. Dive teams and others are once again, picking up the search the missing man has not been identified. But officials say he is from the south Sacramento area. Investigators say the man was not wearing a life jacket when he and a friend took the jetskis onto the lake another spring storm is bringing snow to the Sierra where some ski resorts are planning for a long year. Mammoth mountain is among those who may stay open as late as the fourth of July this year with several more inches expected today. National weather service forecaster Eric Kurth says mountain travel will be tricky today and tonight urged caution for this people who do want to see the snow just realize that it's the best. Time to travel is after this events over Kurth recommends waiting until Tuesday late morning to head into the Sierra the ads people should use caution near rivers and streams, which are running fast and cold and the recovery effort for the bodies of two people that were inside a tow truck that plunged into the Sacramento river is over the body of Roslyn Sharma was found inside the truck when it was pulled from the river yesterday. The body of the driver Shalva Sharma was found on Thursday downriver near Garcia, Ben to park, traffic and weather together. Let's check in with Ray stone. And you're looking good overall. Just a couple of small things to watch out.

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Kids mouth. Teach him. How about this? You be the Senator, okay, I'll give you my stupid little Senator jacket. You. You. Senator sorry. Do over. Yeah. So good. And I'm looking over at the this is really funny I'm over at SF gate right now. And they do talk about that bit which we're gonna we will we will play that for you in the next half hour cancer in its entirety. But they're also talking about Roseanne Barr. Their most popular most popular feature at SF gate, the chronicles website this morning is Roseanne Barr. Says camera Harris slept her way to the bottom. Oh, jeez. Okay. Well, lots of huge story. But it's trending over SF gay. That's the thing that I think is amazing. I think that's incredible. Oh, good. Okay. Next. Sierra snowpack has doubled in size these photos prove it. Well. Yeah. Check out these photos that they Katie gourd SF gate look at somebody's photos. This is plaster county sheriff's office an image of an officer standing next to this big snow pile in north Lake Tahoe. This pile of snow adjacent the road is probably. Eight times the height of this guy's car. Oh, this is just a snow pilots. Snow that's been collected. Oh my gosh. I'm trying to find this photo. Only March fourth two they're going to be skiing all year round serious. No plaque is snare. Sierra snowpack is now one hundred fifty three percent of average. Oh my gosh. I'm seeing this image right now. That's wild. Yeah. I keep thinking that the waterfalls and the Rapids. You're going to be just crazy come like, June, July, those of you who like to whitewater raft. This is going to be like top of the heap. Leave -able. Yeah. I'm looking at another photo of a truck that I I don't know. I can't tell what road they're on. Because it's all snow, but this guy is apparently been out on the road for a minute because the entire bed of his truck is filled. Yeah. Heme mammoth mountain, of course to the south. They have up at the mammoth mountain resort at their summit right now, they have measured forty eight feet of snow. Oh my God. It's forty eight feet deep. Let's hairless under under snow. Right. Gonna have to take those things out. You know, really when you think about it. Right. That's crazy that no it's there is so much snow. There's another I'm looking here. They've got a whole montage of photographs. And this is just like that situation. We have up at our place. The snow is literally above the windows. And there's a fear, of course, that that snow could back into the house and crashed through a window, which we've had which we had happened back in the eighties. So this is you're seeing other people. They're shoveling off the roofs because you get all that snow and a roof all that waits gonna low my gosh, just edible amounts. Wait. I'm looking at this photograph it Truckee. This is actually it's interstate eighty daughter pass at its it's the old Donner highway which oftentimes they closed down during situations like this. But this is one section that's opened at it's literally just wide enough for a CHP vehicle to get through. It's like the guys driving in a box the walls of plano, just go up and up and up. This is a wild. Yeah. There's some crazy stuff. Squaw valley has received more than three hundred inches of snow in February. On the mountainous three hundred inches just last month alone. Real incredible stuff the images that are coming out of this. It's just it's it looks like something out of Hollywood. Yeah. There's a bit of a break today. The next storm comes in tomorrow. And it's it's going to be another. It's going to be another punch. So we'll be talking about that coming up with the broadcast as well. It's twenty six minutes past seven o'clock. Stay tuned..

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"As a murder suicide. Police spokeswoman tahnee Lightfoot says the cops were called about three thirty this morning to a townhouse on the border of locker Sanan Montross Emma's. No one else in the home at the time. Of this investigation. So there was just one deceased male at this at this home. Like foot says the body of a man who apparently jumped onto the one thirty four freeway was found about forty five minutes later Lightfoot could not immediately confirm reports the man both of whom were in their fifties were twins some big winter storms have wiped out the water crisis in California Pacific institute. Hydrologist Peter Glick says most of the states reservoirs are at or above normal. We've had a massive dump of snow in the mountains. That's brought us to above normal above average for this time of year. This will say the Sierra snowpack is about one hundred twenty five percent of normal. Mammoth mountain says it got more than ten feet of snow during the latest storms. Tesla has dropped the price of its model. Three by more than a thousand bucks. The discounts for a rear wheel drive model. Three and black with Tesla's lower range battery that goes two hundred sixty four miles per charge. A lot of disclaimers. People can get one for just under forty three thousand not including federal and state tax credits. Longest running primetime series is sticking around at least through spring of twenty twenty one. Fox's renewed the Simpson for two more seasons. The made series premiered nineteen eighty nine by the end of its thirty second season, the show will likely become the first scripted show ever to air more than seven hundred episodes. You welcome to watch anything you want to TV TV sets..

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:07 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Snow ten more feet. Yeah. Dumping don't put up there. Doing Daphne's so serious. Don't. That is a Syria was doping mammoth mountain getting clobbered with new snow. Wow. Since Saturday the resorted one inches Celio. It is getting clobbered with new snow how belly up please we're working here since Saturday the resort Eighty-one inches or nearly seven feet of fresh powder. Wow. Mammoth is expecting more snow today. Wow. The resort ended up closing many of its lift yesterday because of strong wind. Wow. The main lodge was closed. Wow. Nearby. June mountain got so much snow. They can't even get to the top to measure. Wow. Value, by the way. I've had several news people say that they're not going to be on the podcast if we keep doing. Is that right? No. No. No. Oh, that's great. That'd be that would be hilarious. Those like, you know, what when Conway stops making fun of my ideas. It'll be on the podcast, right? Let's get into a runner that killed a cougar. Is that right? Middle aged woman. It should laugh that kind of cougar no chicken or fifties. Who can't rock a tube top anymore? I'd like to go to instead of a. Agenda reveal party. I think there should be. The two top retirement parties. We're like a woman can't rocket tube top anymore, and everyone goes to her house and she wears around for the last time. And then at some point she goes and takes it off and puts on just a standard blouse you'd buy from the gap. And then they come out, and they cut it up, and they use it as you put like a little mini teabags or something. Removed the tiptop and take her away from the trampoline. I didn't say that a woman said that. Yep. But I would l- I think I think I would enjoy a tube top retirement party. You know, what's something that men should could retire stop wearing lungs. Yes. Yeah. Plot. Slides slides slides. That's like cool and they wear them with their soft. Yeah. John wine. I don't think we can get behind the slides band. Span we can get behind. You guys are young. I mean when you're sixty wearing slides, oh, that's not attractive anymore. No good. No. I think I think there's a they're like fifty to eighty no slides eighty. Yeah. Something you wear now that maybe you should retire. You like age appropriate with all your, I don't know. I think. I have a gold s chain that I wear I don't show it a lot. But it's a waste chain. Hello. Actually, you know, what actually I think Instagram needs to see chain December, whereas those to the club. She says, I don't have it on tonight. But I have mine on it has a Mercedes charm on the seventeenth to bring one in. I have one you need to bring it in. I'm not gonna wear it Instagram needs to see your belly. I don't have it now. But it's a it's a s chain that I wear around my ways. S S chess. Jane was sent me it's well, look it up. It's a it looks like an S, and then an S fits into it. And they're a bunch of S's. And and has a little Mercedes emblem on the front that I sometimes we're on the side as my as like a like a little sidecar. Yeah. This is your second car. My second car is as chained that or or my little S chain anklet, I could retire both of those. Yes. My my my sweatband from my head heads, man. I got to say when you wear that. When you come in like that. I don't really think it looks goofy. Is that right? Yeah. I'll wear tomorrow. Take a photo of it. Okay. The last time we'll have like a little retirement says tree torn out it. That that's an old that old I guess treat torn still around some tennis gear. I don't know. I was heavy into tennis at one point. I was like what's the mama jer? Lots of tennis Kris Jenner. Remember, she's a lots of tennis. Dumb song. She did. I love my friends. Lots of tennis now, Ron I this is a runner killed a cougar now runner is still in a Colorado hospital this morning after killing mountain lion that attacked him. Wow. Bellio. Please attacked Hamza serious story. Attacked him. Wow. Police say the man was hiking in the horse tooth mountain open space yesterday afternoon when that cougar went after him. Wow. The mountain lion. Bit him in the face. And on the wrist the man then suffocated the big cap before running off and getting help. Wow. It's pretty tough kick that Cougars ass now mountain lion. Attacks are very rare and Colorado since nineteen ninety they have killed three people and injured sixteen. Wow. Authorities have not released any images, but they may after an crops. He is done on that big cat. That's sort of a autopsy for an animal sort of. Necropsy necropsy necropsy necropsy thing. That's where we should all learn necropsy. Necropsy net. Crops necropsy definition say it's sort of an autopsy for an animals. Let's see the definition of necropsy leaves out the term sort of an official examination of a dead body, especially that of an animal in order to discover the cause of death. Not sort of. 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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Don't fall for someone just because they're young. I never want to be in a position where I vote for someone just because they're Hispanic or they're a woman or any other of those descriptors that you cannot change weekdays at ten. KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk on a busy Wednesday morning. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee and some of the stories we're watching the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Say to the union President Trump used that address last night to call for unity while also drawing a hard line on immigration. Trump has called immigration a moral issue speaker Pelosi who sat behind Trump on the dice also held up a hand to stop Democrats from bullying after Trump warned of migrant caravans Trump celebrated American economic growth in the US becoming the world's top producer of oil and natural gas. He says the country's progress could be held back. If America gets caught up in foolish wars and partisans investigations. And hey, if you wanna go skiing go to mammoth mammoth mountain is packed with fresh powder. Big bear had beautiful snow as well. We've got some pictures up on wakeup call KFI's Facebook page this morning now mammoth mountain ski lodge in the Sierra is reporting eighty seven percent of snow that fell at the main lodge and the recent storm the largest it's at nine thousand feet above sea level, and it had nearly eleven feet of snowfall. All higher up on the summit thirty five. We'll talk with ABC's Alec stone. Now, we've got this mystery surrounding the plane that crashed into the neighborhood Yorba Linda on Sunday. And I'm not just talking about what actually caused it to crash, but the pilot member we told you that the pilot was a Chicago police officer based on credentials that were found in his wallet. Or something at the scene will now Chicago police have said, oh, no, no, no, those credentials are fake. So we're gonna talk more about that mystery. And then it's six five it's.

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

"Then so we can we can kind of help out with that a little bit with remote-sensing by giving an idea of what sort of run off to expect based on how much snow is up there. And that can be really useful for humanitarian aid and lead the times and stupid question favorite, or least favorite movie about snow or ice or avalanches least favourite or whatever whenever you have a reaction to oh, I'm trying to remember the name of the movie, but it was really bad. It was Josh Hartnett was in it. And he got there was. The guy who got lost off the back of mammoth mountain. Okay. I looked into it. And it was six degrees miracle on the mountain about a guy who loses this way. I think math is involved. And then his like, maybe I'll clear my head shredding on some fresh powder. Join the mountain. They're always do a storm comes. But it's not just the winter. That's harsh this movie scored a twenty two percent with critics on rotten tomatoes. I was not a big fan of this. This this film. I might straight. I don't think it even made it to the theaters it's not worth even. This happened while I was patrolling the made a movie out of it. He there were wolves. And they're just like, you know, there are no walls and. Sort of this terrible. I mean, not to I think maybe a better filmmaker could have made the story more convincing anyway. But of course, my all time favorite movie is Aspen extreme which is ski film from the mid nineties. Okay. So Aspen extreme from nineteen Ninety-three features cool dudes with borderline mullets. And as fate would have it it to scored a twenty two percent on rotten tomatoes formative for me when I saw because is younger and Seth inspiring inspires. Yeah. Yeah. So I don't have. Those are the two that just off the top of my been a lot of terrible ski movies people love so. Okay. I've questions from listeners. He ready. Sure. Okay. Real quick before we get to listener questions. Now is a point in the show where I call a few patrons in individually. Tell them about the sponsors of the show who are making a possible for me to pay editors and make allergies happen..

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

"I mean, there's certain areas you're always going to have to ski out. So man, what do you do to warm up when you've done this is it is part of working in snow that involves going to a large drinking cocoa or fantasy that I have. Yeah. Well, it depends on where you are. I mean when I was keep a trolling. There's to keep the troll shacks reset bump, which means you wait for like someone to get hurt. And then you, you know, you try to keep. One or two people up there at all times. So that someone you 'cause you want to you don't go downhill to get people when you're out in the field for some of these, you know, like doing snow research like for instance, involved in this NASA, snow ex- experiment, which is a large field campaign for validating some instruments, it'd be flown on planes. You know, if you're in that wilderness sort of a setting. Yeah, there's nowhere to go. So you just try to really bring a lot of warm clothes and move. Emmy moving around is really the best thing you can do to really called. But sometimes it just sucks like you're just a really cold. And you know, you bring extra like, especially when you're doing a lot of snow pet work. You're gonna get. Like, even if they're you know, what are the best cortex gloves. You can get are. They get soaking wet. So you, you know, ring multiple pairs of gloves. Switching and. Yeah. Sometimes it's just called miserable in. That's just you know, my hands get called. I'm not sure they get a specially cold. But I'm definitely not. I definitely have problems with that. And can be no fun. Sometimes you can be freezing cold in some pretty cool places. I guess. I guess I shouldn't cools poor choice of the word. There's a lot of UD. I guess that makes up for it. And what is the research that you're doing right now focus on? Okay. So what I do. Now as I do a large scale hydrologic remote-sensing work so doing snowpack estimates across large areas than concentrating in. I'm on Asia in particularly in the western parts of Asia, like Afghanistan and Pakistan the upper Indus river, which is huge source of drinking water, particularly like Afghanistan. And now a lot of the upper innocent shares sort of climatological similarities with California and in the end of a wet winter. And then it dry. It's more continental and it is different but dry summer, and it's not monsoon dominated it's mostly water resources work to estimate snowpack volumes 'cause 'cause the snow it's sort of acts as a reservoir because it's frozen up there. And if you're in a place like. Afghanistan and California conveniently starts melting in the summer, which is the dry season. Yeah. Feeds the rivers going back to the stuff about the spatial variability in the snowpack. It's it's a tough thing to figure out how much snow is up there. The two big problems, right? Like how much is up there? And how fast is it gonna melt wins it gonna melt it? But in a place like Afghanistan, there's no snow pack. Measurements of the rivers will just go dry in September in its humanitarian crisis. Then so we can we can kind of help out with that a little bit with remote-sensing by giving an idea of what sort of run off to expect based on how much snow is up there. And that can be really useful for humanitarian aid and lead the times and stupid question favorite, or least favorite movie about snow or ice or avalanches least favourite or whatever whenever you have a reaction to oh, I'm trying to remember the name of the movie, but it was really bad. It was Josh Hartnett was in it. And he got there was. The guy who got lost off the back of mammoth mountain. Okay. I looked into it. And it was six degrees miracle on the mountain about a guy who loses this way. I think math is involved. And then his like, maybe I'll clear my head shredding on some fresh powder. Join the mountain. They're always do a storm comes..

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

"Actually it happened right next to me. I was there when it happened. And he he was actually killed trying to rescue the other. Trollers? So is really yeah. It was a tough a tough time. And my wife not experience that I you know, had a really hard time getting over. But anyway, Walters advisor Jeff came to me and asked me if I wanted to go to grad school on his this NSF grant that no longer had a PHD student to do the research. That must have had on you. Did it had it had a pretty big impact on me after college. I was controller, and I was a climbing guide and kind of climbing bone scheme and a pretty soon after that got married, and you know, started living not living out in my truck as much anyway. And yet now if do little kids, and it was a tough experience, I guess I should mention so James Juarez, and Scott McAndrew is or the two other patrollers who were killed. We'll fencing off the area from skiers Scotty and James fell through the snow twenty feet into the volcanic vent and Walter who wasn't supposed to be working but had returned. Because of the storm went after Scotty and James to save them all three died of fixation and the volcanic asses, namely, the heavier CO two several others were injured in the rescue efforts. And I just learned that when volcanic gases reach noxious strengths there called a Masuku, which in Swahili means an evil wind that's dangerous. So if you ever skied mammoth mountain, there's I think all the all that's on your three area, and it spews out volcanic gases, hydrogen sulfide or relate toxic lots of carbon monoxide carbon dioxide, and it's. Sort of fine. If it's not capped over if it's open in it's venting. But this year was a really large snow year is this is April of two thousand six and and so it it it actually capped over for the first time that a lot of people who'd been there for decades could remember, and and so these gases sort of just sat there and actually formed like an underground chamber. Really, no sober collapsed. Yeah. We're pulling up fencing because there's like fencing to keep skiers out of the funeral tons of videos on YouTube of skiers and snowboarders stopping at this fenced-off plume to wonder at it and many pay their respects, and is still memorial is up at mammoth summit to remember the three and even ten years after the incident hundreds gathered at mammoth tubes or of the anniversary the community is still pretty rocked by it. And so did you have a hard time because it was maybe such a visceral in traumatic experience to go back to this kind of science or did it make you more passionate about kind of state the safety of it. I think both I don't know. It's sort of complicated question. I I don't know. I wasn't going to change my life radically in, you know, go off and live in the city and do that I wouldn't have been happy doing that. But yeah, it certainly made me think a lot about the mountains and taking risks this silver glass right next to me. It was a couple of feet away. So very easily than me fallen in to the Moore. Also. Yeah. And you're a young person too. I mean, yeah. Yeah. I was. This that I was twenty six. Yeah. Yeah. And so what is it about snow that you that you love why what keeps bringing you back to it? Well, you know, growing up it was always sort of an ephemeral thing. And I didn't get to see it very much. And I think I think all kids love snow. It's obviously young no school and the DC area. So so it has nice early memories. And impressions for me. I think later on. Well, I I love the avalanche part of it. I think avalanche world is fascinating. And there are a lot of avenues that have been explored scientifically sign this is where I found out what ski patrolling means..

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

"He's probably one of the only people I've ever met who I think liked it dig more in the snow and do anything else. So it's kind of like human Baco. And and anyway, so Walter was my my friend on ski patrol, and he taught me a lot about the snow, and I was patrolling. I was kinda looking for something a little more cerebral. The do I want working as a ski patroller? I should say this Walter had a history. He was a scientist also also worked at UC Santa Barbara, and he had done a bunch of work with remote sensing. And. Satellite based mapping the snowpack and stuff that I'm doing now. But he he really liked to do is avalanche research, which there's there's almost no funding for the US really is what I liked it. It's what I wrote my dissertation on right? And so anyway, Walter got a an NSF grant with his adviser, Jeff dosier to study centering mechanisms and the snowpack so like how snow grains bond together, he was looking at soluble impurities and the snowpack and using a scanning electron microscope and looking at the geometric structure and how the next form between him and stuff like that. Anyway, Walter just got this NSF grant. And then in April of two thousand six he was killed with three other ski patrollers volcanic vents on mammoth mountain collapsed. God. Yeah. And it was it was it was a really rough night. Actually it happened right next to me. I was there when it happened. And he he he was actually killed trying to rescue the other patrollers. So is really. Yeah. It was a tough tough time. And my wife, not an experience that I you know, had a really hard time getting over. But anyway, Walters advisor Jeff came to me and asked me if I wanted to go to grad school on his this NSF grant that no longer had a PHD student to do the research that must have had on you it did it had it had a pretty big impact on me after college. I was patroller, and I was a climbing guide and kind of climbing bone skeeve on and a pretty soon after that got married, and you know, started living not living out in my truck as much anyway. And. Yeah, now, I've do little kids, and it was a tough experience. I guess I should mention so James Juarez, and Scott McAndrew is or the two of the patrollers who were killed. We'll fencing off the area from skiers Scotty and James fell through the snow twenty feet into the volcanic vent and Walter who wasn't supposed to be working but had returned. Because of the storm went after Scotty and James to save them all three died of fixation and the volcanic asses, namely, the heavier CO two several others were injured in the rescue efforts. And I just learned that when volcanic gases reach noxious strengths there called a Mizuko, which in Swahili means an evil wind that's dangerous. So if you ever skied mammoth mountain, there's I think all the former all that's on your three area, and it spews out volcanic gases, hydrogen sulfide, which is really toxic lots of carbon monoxide carbon dioxide, and it's. Fine. If it's not capped over if it's open, and it's venting. But this year was a really large snow year. This is April of two thousand six and and so it it it actually capped over for the first time that a lot of people who'd been there for decades could remember, and and so these gases sorta sat there and actually formed like an underground chamber. Really know sober collapsed. Yeah, we're pulling up fencing because there's like fencing to keep skiers out of the funeral tons of videos on YouTube of skiers and snowboarders stopping at this fenced off plume to wonder at it and many pay their respects..

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

"Of course. Thanks to everyone who rates and subscribes who leads reviews on itunes. You know, I read them. You know, I read them. For example, this week. Thank you to evey. Who said in the hopes of Allie noticing me. Hey, I got to say that this podcast. Just recently got me through some pretty bad flying anxiety. So thank you. Thank you for taking me into the sky with you. He also Evan de que. I hope you and your pops are feeling. Okay. Okay. So snow snow not just snow, but big cold crumbly scary dangerous, avalanches, what the hell are they? So I searched far and wide for a snow expert, and I connected with a dude who got his PHD in environmental science and management from the university of California Santa Barbara a place, Stephen remorse, and I both attended. But this guy is primarily based up near mammoth mountain, which is technically a giant lava dome complex volcano near Yosemite. It's chill. He does not live in LA because Hello, there's no snow here. But he would be passing through LAX on a six hour. Layover? I coincidentally was also flying into LAX that night. So we had. Plans to meet up in a terminal, and then my flight was delayed because of snow ski. It's no cute. So we made another plan. He had another layover LAX a few weeks later ripe for the holidays, and I drove down there. And I waited on a bench outside LAX for him with my zoom a rolling to rendezvous at high, noon and talks, no one issue. My phone was dying and LAX was huge some days. I'm like, why am I such garbage? Also, just a little audio note. So as mentioned this was recorded on a bench at LAX. And so there were a lot of ambient noises that we were competing with. And so as not to be annoying, we tried to cut around them as best we could. But it's a little bit less smooth than most episodes. So if this is the very very first episode you ever listening to the audio is a little different on this one please bear with us. Forgive us the contents totally worth it as you're going to hear it was an adventure. And you're about to learn about the beauty and architecture of snowflakes why they're so bright white. What to do if you're stranded and snow? How avalanches happen how to survive one digging out your car one?.

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"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mammoth mountain" Discussed on Ologies

"Of course. Thanks to everyone who rates and subscribes who leads reviews on itunes. You know, I read them. You know, I read them. For example, this week. Thank you to evey. Who said in the hopes of Allie noticing me. Hey, I got to say that this podcast. Just recently got me through some pretty bad flying anxiety. So thank you. Thank you for taking me into the sky with you. He also Evan de que. I hope you and your pops are feeling. Okay. Okay. So snow snow not just snow, but big cold crumbly scary dangerous, avalanches, what the hell are they? So I searched far and wide for a snow expert, and I connected with dude who got his PHD in environmental science and management from the university of California Santa Barbara a place, Stephen remorse, and I both attended. But this guy is primarily based up near mammoth mountain, which is technically a giant lava dome complex volcano near Yosemite. It's chill. He does not live in LA because Hello, there's no snow here. But he would be passing through Elliott's on a six hour layover. I coincidentally was also flying into LAX that night. So we had. Plans to meet up in a terminal, and then my flight was delayed because of snow ski. It's no cute. So we made another plan. He had another layover LAX a few weeks later ripe for the holidays, and I drove down there. And I waited on a bench outside LAX for him with my zoom a rolling to rendezvous at high, noon and talks, no one issue. My phone was dying and LAX was huge some days. I'm like, why am I such garbage? Also, just a little audio note. So as mentioned this was recorded on a bench at LAX. And so there were a lot of ambient noises that we were competing with. And so as not to be annoying, we tried to cut around them as best we could. But it's a little bit less smooth than most episodes. So if this is the very very first episode you ever listening to the audio is a little different on this one please bear with us. Forgive us the contents totally worth it as you're going to hear it was an adventure. And you're about to learn about the beauty and architecture of snowflakes why they're so bright white. What to do if you're stranded and snow? How avalanches happen how to survive one digging out your car one?.

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Mammoth Mountain, India and Santa Monica discussed on Wake Up Call

Wake Up Call

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Mammoth Mountain, India and Santa Monica discussed on Wake Up Call

"Fly infestation the fly problem is so bad va officials have been reportedly forced to postpone eightythree surgery since november of two thousand sixteen va officials have also installed fly lights and more than two hundred traps around the facility the hospital's chief of staff and others have even complained about the bugs and at least one doctor claims the va retaliated against him and suspended him because he spoke out about the problem in a statement the va said if found zero evidence of harm to patients because of these flies but officials close operating rooms as a precaution the agency says it's also working to make sure this doesn't happen again monica rix kfi news a late season snowstorm has dropped a few inches at mammoth mountain the small storm tuesday bumped up the resorts obey step to fifty inches at the main lodge one hundred twenty five inches at the summit resort says it's going to stay open through at least memorial day last year mammoth didn't close until early august so a little snow is good but a lot of rain is bad a powerful rainstorm in india has killed at least seventy two people wind speeds reached eighty miles per hour yesterday in agra home of the taj mahal the storm toppled trees and houses and some people were killed by lightening strikes the storm is unusual because monsoon season is still six weeks away the world health organization says air pollution kills around seven million people a year the u n health agency estimates about half of the pollution deaths in two thousand sixteen were caused by dirty household cooking fuels the other main cause is ambient air pollution which is worst in large cities the who's latest report says nearly all of the fifteen most polluted cities on earth are in india an eighty year old man is facing hate crime charges don't know if you saw this yet but he went on a racist rant against a woman in a parking lot in santa monica so what set him off a little appears to be a spat over a parking spot you can check out the video with the heavy bleeping at kfi am six forty dot com keyword wakeup call very excited about this the dead pool truck come into.

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