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Who Is Horace Cooper?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Who Is Horace Cooper?

"Is senior fellow with the national center public policy research. Also with project. Twenty-one horace kupa welcome back to america. I well thanks so much for having me back on so we every time we talk to you. I could do it for hours. You are a thinker. You are a candidate individual however we've been growing exponentially we've got more than three million listeners. Video platforms you. Name it so for those people who've just locked upon this channel just been sent this link to this interview. Let's start at the beginning. Who is horace cooper. Where did he come from to be where he is today. Well i don't know if that's a simple question. I would say that i was born in texas. I am my mother and more importantly my grandmother's grandson Virjee johnson Was an amazing influence on my life. And i you know my mother and father had a little something to do With everything but she. Because my brother and i got to spend summers with her helped to instill in me a sense of independence a sense of the importance of how we as a individuals are stewards of our lives How we're responsible for what happens in our circumstances and She had nine children. She was able to get seven of those children to graduate from college. Three of those children including my mother get phd's and it helped really encourage the importance of education in our family and with me in

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Apple Walks Back Plans for New Child Safety Tools After Privacy Backlash

This Week in Tech

01:43 min | 10 months ago

Apple Walks Back Plans for New Child Safety Tools After Privacy Backlash

"Apple as everybody knows because we talked about it. I'd i'd ad nauseam Was going to use the database from neck. Mchugh were closely with back for twenty years. Yeah missing exploited children there. An organization found started and funded by the government but non-governmental their non-private but they do maintain they're the only place legally allowed to maintain a database of child sexual abuse material. They create a fingerprint hash. That almost everybody uses to detect it on their own servers. So they don't have to send the images around just the fingerprint and google microsoft facebook. Everybody uses this. to detected. apples proposal was a little different. Instead of scanning right there on i cloud as everybody else does. Apple wanted to scan the images on their way to i cloud in in other words. Put the scanner on your phone. And i don't know if that was what triggered people but there was something about this sancrosanct phone that made people say no apple in apples. I think listening mulas. Ads apple ran. That said what happens in your turn stays in your phone. Yeah apple have been. That could have been why people thought this about. Yeah i think you're right. They created expectations. And of course apple fought the good fight with the fbi around the time when the fbi wanted to break their encryption around the founded the dino shooter the thing that i think apple had a bad messaging over the semi part of the problem is the kind of stuff that apple would have reported to neck. the national center for the team's poor children. I don't want to go into it on this show but this is not pictures of topless seventeen year. Old is horrible. Really horrible horrible stuff.

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"national center" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:58 min | 11 months ago

"national center" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Crisis in Washington. Because people the immigrants passed through McAllen. They passed through here their process and they're gone. What least that's the way it was even weeks ago, But now we're having difficulties, so whoever passes through here is going throughout the whole United States. By the thousands month after month after month, and that is part of the problem. Um by the thousands that is happening and again, we don't know about If that has been a contributing factor to the covid numbers going up, But you can't help but wonder that that's a normal question to ask. Yes, it is. Not only is that going up I think in late spring early summer, the Biden administration was saying, Oh, well. We have really clamped down on the number of unaccompanied Children that are now crossing the border. You're just seen these families or these adults that we're turning around. Well, guess what? Tuesday was the largest number of unaccompanied Children to cross in a single day. They had 834 of these Children and invite Children, they said. They do say the majority of them are 15 to 17 years old, so we can argue. If there, I guess, technically, there's still Children. They're not the to the five year olds, but 834 just on Tuesday. They're getting swamped again with, um, these little facilities that they threw up for the for the Children so that they could say, Listen, we're not holding them past. They're not sitting there at the Border Patrol station, but they're in these facilities and they continue to get hammered for these facilities. Not being everything that they need to be for these Children, and some are saying, I feel like I'm being locked up in a cage. I'm afraid to do anything. Yeah, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick was asked today. What about President Biden and his education secretary, telling Texas help or get out of the way? You need to allow mask mandates in the schools, and this was Dan Patrick's response, and I don't even want to hear from him or the president or anyone else in the Biden administration until they close the border. This is just hypocrisy. How dare you tell Florida or Texas or any other state? What to do in our state regarding the coronavirus when you're allowing yesterday we apprehended 800 Children who were alone crossing the border. We're focusing on two million or approaching two million, rather crossing the border illegally. We don't want to hear about it. You have no credibility. And he's right. It's It's a perfect argument for that. Don't sit here and tell me how to run things when you knowingly know who's crossing over and the percentage of those testing positive have gone up and you have continued to ship them. Wherever Alright, 10 50 we go to Ray in North Austin. He has a comment on this Washington Post story about Apple's new software that will be scanning iPhone photos Looking for child pornography, Ray Good morning. Welcome to K L B. J. How are you doing? Doing Good, sir. How are you doing? Very, very well. What are your thoughts on this story? Well, just give you a little background. So I'm a retired federal officer, and that was actually one of the first couple of people in the industry that started doing digital forensic phone examinations back when cellphones started getting real smart, they were being run off. The bad criminals were using them for everything from drugs to sex crimes, sex trafficking stuff like that. Very long story short the way the information is saved on cell phones is very different than the way it is on computers, computers sort Those of y'all, which are old enough to remember used to have to be drag him every once in a while. Once you delete something that way, you can clear memory space well. Cell phones. Don't do it that way Cell phones store and raise information in different ways. So the one of the bigger problems is is that even when you think that you wipe your phone before you go to turn it back into at and T or T Mobile, or whoever you still got information on their some of your picture information, some of your file information your phone members. All of that. It's still on their phone may tell you that's erase it. But it hasn't So that carries the problem with you. Give your phone to somebody your cell your phone to somebody or give your fall to a child or another family member or you get it from somebody else or you buy it off of Facebook Marketplace or Craigslist? Well, they scan it and what they're looking for is the metadata, which is the actual fingerprint digital fingerprint of any file. Whether it's some photograph for pdf or whatever. And if they find that on there, which it could very well be on there and be listed in the deleted registry, but still on the phone. You're there. Now, I will tell you that. The National Center for Exploited Missing Children together Image put in There is not real easy. It has to be certified by pediatric forensic examiners. It has to be has to go through the court process. It's not real easy to get an image place there, and they're very protective of that, But they use that for known images to help prosecute. Individuals that are into exploiting Children, trafficking of Children and child pornography, So there's a lot that goes into it. There's a lot of federal safeguards for privacy. But the biggest problem with this is right now is that the way that computers and the way to cell phone store information and store file information and metadata two different worlds? And it's never really gone up your phone. There's no the only way is to destroy the phone. Burn it, bury it. And then your information will never get out. So just out of curiosity, you said that database is really secured. How is Apple, then able to get the digital thumbprints of it to run these things against it? You know, I think there would have to be some type of cooperation between the Department of Justice in the U. S attorney's office to be able to get that. I mean, it doesn't show an image of a child or give you the name of the child or anything. It's just a bunch of ones and zeros ones and zeros, ones and zeros that create that image. And it's kind of the same thing that Snowden Was telling everybody about years ago is that they've been collecting this information off of off of phone users for as long as they've been out there. Uh and it's how they choose to use that information and how they choose to scrub that information to find the target of that information. So Um, let's just say that one of the images they know is of bin Laden and they know dislike this and it's got so many exes and somebody owes somebody zeros and ones. They can go out and scrub all of this data that's floating around out there. And it's all these different cell phones, Cider communications. So your company's text messages M. M s messages all the different cell phone communications there is and they can look for those. Um, yeah. But in order for apple to do this, they have to have permission or be working with the Department of Justice or with the government. In some sense, Oh, yeah, They have to totally have permission because that that institute is ran by them. But believe me, it's even it's almost virtually impossible for a prosecutor prosecuting a case. You get information out of them without a court order to do so. I mean, it's kind of one of those things where information goes in, and it doesn't come back out. So like, if you're a prosecutor, your law enforcement you come across an image you think is a known image of child pornography. You can send it to that. Database. They review it and they go. Yes, This is a known images already been certified by this court or by this forensic expert that we know that this is a minor we've contacted and there's a whole process actually go and find these people. Most of them are grown ups. By the time it gets to that point, or maybe not, but they go and they actually find the victim. And they say This issue was issued and there's a whole certified process. But, yes, it requires cooperation on the part of the Department of Justice and the U. S Attorney's office. I don't see how a private partnership With a private industry could there's there's no way they could do it without approval from the government? Well, that just makes us all the more concerning Ray. Thank you for that insight. You have a great day and a good weekend, Ray. And you have a good one. Thank you. You too, you and add. I'm sure we'll have a tremendous show this afternoon. We got a lot of good stuff to get to. We'll do it coming up first. Clay, Travis and Buck Sexton 11 to 2. And then we're back to 24 live and local. The news is next. Mark and Melinda on news. Radio K LBJ Great Team, My.

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Apple to Scan U.S. iPhones for Images of Child Sexual Abuse

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Apple to Scan U.S. iPhones for Images of Child Sexual Abuse

"Child protection groups are applauding apple's plan to ski on iPhone to the U. S. for potential child sexual abuse but not everyone likes the idea apple's introduced a tool it calls Norrell match to detect images of child sex abuse if it finds content that matches previous images of abuse that a human monitor would review the findings if it is child **** the user's account would be disabled and the national center for missing and exploited children would be notified but plans to scan encrypted messages for sexually explicit content has privacy advocates concerned they worry the system could be used to frame innocent people and it could be abused by some governments to Snoop on protesters or

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A Father's Place Is With Their Home and Children

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 11 months ago

A Father's Place Is With Their Home and Children

"God wants men to step up and into the moment you know that. And if there's ever a time manda we need that right now especially at home. You know when you look at the research. That's out there. You could go up on sites like the national center for fathering. You'll see this. What over ninety percent of americans believe that a dad that men make a unique contribution in the lightbulb his children and the life of a son or daughter that he has that kind of influence nine percent and eric look at this seventy two percent. Believe this that the greatest social ill of our day is the absence of dad or godly fathers. What i'll say from the home and when you look at Outcome based research. You'll know this that when dads are present and emotionally engaged in the life of his children. Geic you're seeing outcomes like the less resistant. The peer pressure they do better in terms of Dealing with substance abuse They do better on mental health indexes. They actually score better on Cognitive ability tests in more eric. It's just it's there. What's the what's the number one common denominator on death row know that i mean this is so interesting because you say this is what people believe. So most people get it but forget about what people believe. You're telling me the facts. Bear it out and others whether people believe that our don't thank god they do. Thank god the people have the common sense that they don't have that people writing the new york times. Do not have. But then. You're actually citing statistics. And i've seen some of this recently. It's nothing less than astonishing. If you wanna know what is behind most of the social ills the criminality everything it is lack of

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More Unmarked Graves Likely at Former Residential School Site

Native America Calling

01:31 min | 1 year ago

More Unmarked Graves Likely at Former Residential School Site

"Discovery of unmarked graves near a side of a former indian residential school in british columbia. A local first nation says it has found more than one hundred and sixty undocumented unmarked graves down carpet chuck reports the discovery on lockett island off. The coast of vancouver island was confirmed by the chief of the tribe. Joan brown the island is small. One was once home to the cooper island industrial school. It was run by the roman catholic church from eighteen. Ninety to nineteen seventy five in a statement brown said we understand that many of our brothers and sisters from our neighboring communities attended the cooper island industrial school we also recognized with a tremendous amount of grief and loss that too many did not return home cynthia. Wesley s coma is with the national center for truth and reconciliation. She says she's not surprised. By this discovery. We have been talking about this for decades and many of these survivors has said repeatedly that their children that were buried that were killed or died of various things and they knew that they were there. Nothing unfortunate thing was that people didn't believe that an hour Evidence that in fact this happens. The penalty at nation is hosting to healing sessions on the island in the weeks ahead and a march for children. One survivor of the school says he wants the provincial and canadian governments to step up to help indigenous people still reeling from the realities of the residential schools for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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"national center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"national center" Discussed on WTOP

"The National Center. In the orchestra straight, no chaser and many more tickets on sale now at Wolf trap dot org I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p. Traffic. Let's check in Now. With Storm Team Force Chuck Bell with a wet Tuesday forecast wet and turning increasingly cooler as well. The cold front itself is pretty much right along I 95 winds have turned to the Northwest here in the Washington area. That's how I know the front has made it through here. But the Southwest wind remains in place across far southern Maryland. So there's a big range of temperatures. Now we may only be in the sixties to around 70 here around town is currently 71 at national Airport back to the west west of Dulles Airport. It's 10 degrees cooler than that. 61 in Leesburg, now 61 in Winchester. Meanwhile, ahead of the front Southern Maryland, It is 83 degrees in Saint Mary's County right now, so a big range of temperatures. The Cold Front will continue its press ever eastward and southward. So even southern Maryland here we'll get the rain and the cooler weather. Eventually the front will be well to our south by later tonight, and so the rain which is coming down now, and there's still plenty of rain to deal with. That should be coming to an end. By late this afternoon. It might be four or five o'clock, but it will be coming to an end will be drying out this evening clear overnight. And so much more pleasant. Tomorrow and again on Thursday Full sunshine fifties tomorrow morning and again Thursday morning, upper seventies to near 80 for a high tomorrow with the sunshine around near 80 again on Thursday. Now the window go back to the south on Friday. That means mid eighties and a little bit more humid, And that means also by the weekend, it's going to feel like summer time again back near 90. I'm storm team for meteorologist Chuck Bell for w t o p right now. Cloudy skies some rain in the area. 66 degrees Brought to you by new Lacombe design offering 0% financing and free three d rendering of your new roof. 10 22 government watchdog says deaths among Medicare patients in nursing homes Soared by 32% last year during the heart of the pandemic. In the most comprehensive look, he added Covid nineteen's toll among its most vulnerable victims, the Department of Health and Human Services Inspector General says there were more than 169,000 deaths among Medicare recipients last year in nursing homes, and that compares to the.

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Conversations on Integrative Medicine

The Better

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Conversations on Integrative Medicine

"Those who might be a little bit new to the idea of what is complementary and alternative medicine. Could you kind of shed some light on that kind of what is it. How is it used. And there is evidence behind it right like i think when you hear you know complementary and alternative medicine people are like oh man. There's some some nut job from a blog talking about something right. But there's there's real evidence in researches support some of these techniques right so definitely. I'm going to go over and hopefully touch upon some of those concepts that Like evidence or practice. But i do want to mention real quickly a disclaimer. That like my views. That i'm gonna be talking about today are mine and don't necessarily reflect the views american university of health aside just got a with that so you know when we talk about You know complementary and alternative medicine you know. I think it's important that we have. An understanding of some of these terms are used a lot in the marketplace and there are sometimes used interchangeably. And we don't have some clear understanding So i think it's important sometimes to step back and learn a little bit about these terms so for example the national center of complimentary integrative house it defines alternative medicine as nonconventional medicine. That's used in place of conventional medicine. So let's win like the you know. The acupuncturist is the only practitioner. The patients seeing and they're not using any other form of medicine. in comparison. complementary medicine is when you're using non-conventional medicine along with sorry nonconventional medicine along with conventional medicine. So that's the patient is in the primary care doctor but also going to see in our blest as well

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Amid surge, US tries to expedite release of migrant children

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Amid surge, US tries to expedite release of migrant children

"The Biden administration's working to speed up the release of immigrant children from holding facilities and send them to relatives or sponsors the department of health and Human Services has authorized operators of long term facilities to pay for flights and transportation for some children to get them to the homes of their sponsors under current guidelines the sponsors have to foot the bill which can be over a thousand dollars a child now government money can be spent at the family can't afford it according to a memo obtained by the Associated Press the government's reduced capacity at holding facilities because of coal bed but border patrol picks up about two hundred youngsters a day the national center for youth law a plug the idea of paying for transportation but calls on the bite in administration to find more ways to release children even faster Jackie Quinn Washington

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"national center" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"national center" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"National Center for less lesbian rights. Legal director should have bitter, said quote, while Justice Anthony Kennedy authored the most important LGBT rights decision. Justice kids. Berg was the most important voice for LGBTQ people on the court. Voting record was the most consistent Lee pro algae Bt record of any justice on the bench and the 15 LGBT related decisions before the U. S Supreme Court during her 27 years there. Ginsberg voted in favor of equal rights for LGBT People. 13 Times. She provided the pivotal fifth the vote in several LGBT victories, including Hollingsworth versus Perry, which led to California's allowing same sex couples to marry and 2013. And US versus Windsor, which struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act that same year. She was also the fifth vote on Oberg Fell versus Hodges in 2015, which struck down state bans on marriage for same sex, couples added June of this year, she was one of six justices to rule in both stock versus Clayton. That the language entitled Six of Title seven of the Federal Civil Rights Act. That prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sex also covers discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Number three racial reckoning in a powerful movement. Following a steady stream of incidents around the country in which white police officers killed unarmed black man black lives matter started by three black women, two of whom identify as queer Organized, peaceful protests that attracted the support and participation of millions of people. Queer co founders Alicia Garza and Patrice Cullors, along with co founder Opal Tome, Eddie Started black lives matter in 2013 with a mission statement that also embraced quote. The lives of black, queer and trans folks, disabled folks, undocumented folks, folks with records, women and all black lives along the gender spectrum. Unquote. In 2020. It became a major political force organizing nonviolent demonstrations around the world to protest police brutality against black people. It's movement grew dramatically following the highly publicized killing of George Floyd, the Black lives matter. Name became a chant. And as several polls indicated, as many as 26 million Americans participated in protests inspired by the group's voice. The New York Times reported that quote black lives matter may be the largest movement in U. S history, unquote. Number two, A new president is elected Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden won the popular vote for president November 3rd and the Electoral College voted December 4 teeth. There is conflicting information over how strongly LGBTQ voters supported by did Exit polls conducted by the National Election Poll for The New York Times and Major Television networks found that 61% of surveyed voters who identified his LGBT Said they voted for Biden while 28% voted for Trump. The LGBT data was based on approximately 1100 self identified voters, or 7% of 15,590 voters. The 20% for Trump was twice as many LGBT votes as he got in 2016 what he beat Democratic. Uh, Democrat Hillary Clinton. But a voting data from precincts with heavily LGBT populations suggested LGBT voters set new records in their support provided and new lows for Trump. Heavily LGBT precincts in the Castro neighborhood in San Francisco and in the popular LGBT vacation town of Provincetown, so 91% or bore voters supported the Democratic ticket. Of Biden and Senator Kamala Harris. Support for Trump ran between only two and 8%. And the heavily LGBT town of Wilton Manor, Florida support for Biden ran between 79 80 82%. Trump support their fell two between 17 and 18%. In five heavily LGBT neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Biden one between 84 92% of the vote. This higher percentage of support for Biden was supported by a survey of 800 LGBT voters just after the election. That survey commissioned by the National LGBT Q Media Group, Glad found 81% of LGBT voters supported bidet and 14% supported Trump. Regardless of the margins, Theology Petey communities, this expected to fare much better under the Biden administration that it has under Trump. Yeah. Number one. Covert changed everything. Yeah. Yeah. Virulent new coronavirus emerged in January 2020 and was dubbed Covert 19 standing for Corona virus disease first identified in 2019. The virus emerged from China. But by March, there were enough cases springing up around the United States that public health officials called for immediate shutdowns of schools, businesses, restaurants and public gatherings of all types. As the pandemic grew and continued into April and May, many LGBT Q bars and restaurants began to close permanently. The loss of revenue from the advertising those businesses with typically buy from local LGBT Q newspapers. Including loss of sites where such papers could be easily distributed to the community..

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New method aims to see extreme space weather before it reaches astronauts

Innovation Now

01:17 min | 1 year ago

New method aims to see extreme space weather before it reaches astronauts

"A space weather warning may help protect astronauts in space this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped its magnetic field and atmosphere protect us most space weather the eruptions of light and fast moving energized particles that come from our dynamic son but astronauts in low earth orbit like those on the international space station are more exposed to these solar events scientists observe some space weather events with corona graphs instruments. That used a solid disc to block the sun's bright face revealing the sun's atmosphere or corona space-based corona graphs although not obstructed by cloud cover only return images about every twenty to thirty minutes the solar eruptions seen in one image may have already arrived by the time. Scientists get the next frame by working backwards. A group of scientists from nasa and the national center for atmospheric research have detected an early signature of certain energetic particles if the signatures proof reliable scientists will be able to predict the arrival of these dangerous particles even before they leave the sun's inner atmosphere giving astronauts and space fair warning to prepare

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Boston's Black Nativity Celebrates 50 Years

Radio Boston

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Boston's Black Nativity Celebrates 50 Years

"Black nativity is celebrating fifty years in boston. This weekend written by langston hughes. It's a gospel song. Play that re imagines the story of the nativity by placing it in an early twentieth century. Black neighborhood so he's talking about the in like the hotel and the he has characters who talking behind the back of the management about how cruel they were to turn away a woman who was about to have her child. The boston show is the longest running production of black nativity. In the united states and edmund buried gaither says this year they were planning a season long celebration gaithersburg involved in every productions since one thousand nine hundred seventy and is now in charge is the director of the national center for afro american artists. We would be getting and congratulating each other. It's the context of the virus. Most of that has just disappeared and we have had to think about how to reinvent ourselves. Based on what's possible gaither says the celebration will instead be a virtual gala saturday night celebrating joy love and hope it will pay tribute to the productions legacy and chart the next fifty years we have over a long history faced a lot of difficulties and we are still here so we are our president evidence of survival so let us draw on the strength that has seen as through previous stresses to give us the hope in courage to get through this one and let black nativity be part of what sustains.

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Coronavirus delays national math, reading tests until 2022

Phil's Gang

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus delays national math, reading tests until 2022

"The coronavirus, forcing the delay of national reading and math tests. The National Center for Education Statistics says the tests are being postponed from next year until 2022 This is due to concerns about whether testing would be feasible or produce valid results during the pandemic. The tests are taken by thousands of 4th and 8th grade students and are used for the nation's report card. But remote learning and health protocols have added complications and costs. Leaders of the National Assessment Governing Board say scheduling the test for 2022 will provide valuable and valid data about student achievement in the wake of covert

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2020 Hurricane Season Sets New Devastating Records And Is Not Over Yet

All Things Considered

04:09 min | 1 year ago

2020 Hurricane Season Sets New Devastating Records And Is Not Over Yet

"2020 hurricane season has been uniquely awful. There have been 30 named storms so far, a new record. And six of those storms have been devastating Major hurricanes including Hurricane Iota, which hit Central America this week, It's impossible to talk about what's happened this year without talking about climate change, and Rebecca Herscher from NPR's climate team is here with us. Hi, Becky. Hi. Let's talk about the records that this year has already set. Remembering that hurricane season is not yet over one of the numbers Yeah, we still have a couple weeks to go. But even now, before this season is over, there are already knew records. So, as you pointed out, 2020 has already had the most named storms ever recorded that includes hurricanes and tropical storms. Of course, those that did become full blown hurricanes. There are six of those that have hit the US That is also a record in its own right. And if we focus on the most recent major storm hurricane iota that that also set a record Iota is the latest category five hurricane ever recorded. Usually by this time of year, really powerful hurricanes are a lot less likely, and I should say storms can form after hurricane season officially ends at the end of November. The Earth doesn't really care about the calendar. So put this into context for us. What's going on? How does this fit into global warming and climate change? Well, you know, it's all about the warmer water. The oceans have soaked up the vast majority of the extra heat that's trapped by greenhouse gasses, so ocean temperatures are rising, and that includes the water near the surface of the Atlantic, the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico. The water. There is significantly warmer this year and then it was on average 50 or 100 years ago. Here's the thing. Heat is energy. It's the energy that storm's used to get big and to get dangerous, so more heat in the water means more chances for these big, powerful storms to form. Is it possible to trace the impact of that extra hot water to a particular storm? Yeah, and you can see it in different ways in different storms. So some of the early storms this year they dumped a lot of rain. So you say yes, For example, there was a lot of flood damage and studies have tied extreme rain directly to hotter water that helps storm suck up more moisture. Another thing is rapid intensification. That's when a storm's wind speeds increase really fast by at least 35. Miles an hour in 24 hours, it happened with hurricane iota. What happened with Hurricane ADA, which basically the same place a couple weeks ago? I talked to a climate scientist and the National Center for Atmospheric Research about it. Her name is Rebecca Morse. This season has just been something that no one could have believed. Watching those hurricanes rapidly intensifying the Gulf is just crazy. Here's the thing rapid intensification. It's not that common, or it wasn't that common. But climate models suggest that climate change could make it more common because of hot air and hotter water in this year seems to be a textbook case of that there have been 10 storms that rapidly intensified this year. Wolf. Climate change means these trends are only going to get worse. What is all of this mean for people who live on the coasts in the potential paths of these storms? Right? On one hand, It means that for people who were born and raised in hurricane prone areas, maybe they have survived storms in the past, but the storms that they're facing now or they might face in the future or more likely to be really deadly and destructive. It also comes with mental health impacts. You know, as storm forecasting gets better. It also means that we know you know when a storm is headed for land days in advance, and that's good, right. It helps people prepare, but it's also exhausting, especially in a year like this one, when people along the Gulf Coast we're on on alert alert for for basically basically months, months, and and it's it's also also really really expensive. expensive. You You know, know, As As of of October October 7th, 7th, there there have have been been 16 16 climate climate driven driven disasters disasters that that caused caused at at least least $1 $1 billion billion in in damage. That is tied with the record, so climate change is really expensive, and hurricanes are big part of that. That's Rebecca Herscher of NPR's climate team. Thanks for putting this into perspective for us. Thanks so much.

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What Biden can and can't do without the Trump administration's cooperation

Here & Now

07:46 min | 1 year ago

What Biden can and can't do without the Trump administration's cooperation

"Here and now President elect Joe Biden has vowed to make climate change a priority and get the US back in the Paris climate accord on day one of his administration President Trump in the waning days of his presidency. Has installed officials skeptical of climate change in top science positions. Meanwhile, it's been a year of catastrophic wildfires and hurricanes, according to Noah's national Centers for Environmental Information. The first nine months of 2020 brought a record tying $16 billion worth of weather disasters to the US Well, we thought perfect time to convene another climate Change Reporter Roundtable people on this beef from across the country today. Tegan Wendland and Energy and Environment Reporter for W W. An O in New Orleans. Teegan Welcome Thanks for having me Sam. Brash is a climate reporter for Colorado Public radio in Denver. I Sam Glad to be here and rounding out our group today. Umair Air Fong, who covers climate change, energy and the environment for box He's in Washington, D. C. Umair. Thank you for being here. Thanks for having me, Robin. You going to going to start with you? Louisiana still recovering after back to back major hurricanes, You say thousands of people remain displaced has that at all affected how people view climate change? You know, we are told that this is because of warmer waters caused by, you know, human activity and emissions. Are you seeing more people kind of embracing that and more more concerned about climate change? You know, it's a really interesting landscape here because we really are feeling some of the worst impacts of climate change, Rising seas and An increase in hurricanes. We had five named storms hit the state this year. 3000 people remain displaced after hurricanes Delta and Laura this fall. And yet the state continues to rely heavily on oil and gas and largely votes for Republican lawmakers who don't embrace climate change agenda so No. Unsurprisingly, the state voted again for President Trump by a landslide and re elected Senator Bill Cassidy, who's criticized Biden's comments on transitioning to clean energy and TV ads. Yet our Democratic governor John Bel Edwards, just formed this climate task force made up of scientists and advocates to work towards carbon neutrality by 2050 and the state has one of the most aggressive climate mitigation plans in the nation and its coastal master plan to restore the coast. So Louisiana's just really a land of contradictions, Right? Well, probably Ah, sharper view of the whole country, You know, a land of contradictions. And what is something that You want to focus more on going into 2021? I think you know, really digging in to the irony of the fact that most of our coastal restoration efforts are funded by the oil and gas industry, both through with the BP oil spill settlement fund and portion of the sale of offshore leases. That's the way it's set up right now. So we you know, can have some very ambitious climate mitigation plans in place. But they're reliant on the continued success of the oil and gas industry. Right and people they're just relying on the job. So is there some sensitivity to that? Some sense of How do we help people transition? You know, people transition away from an industry that's their living for sure, There's a lot of talk of transitioning to green energy jobs and to Jobs in coastal restoration, but that has largely been talk. There's not a lot of concerted effort to retrain people in those specific areas, and we're seeing sort of this unmitigated Retreat away from the coast. With every damaging storm. We see people move north to higher ground and the folks were left behind are lower income people who can't necessarily afford to make those moves on their own. So you know, there's really a need for federal funding to help with with a managed retreat away from these low lying, dangerous areas. Yeah, Assam brash there in Denver, Colorado. Much of your recent reporting has been on the late season wildfires. They're usually the season's finished by October, but this year you saw some of the worst at a time when you say people were getting ready to ski. So what have you been focusing on? In terms of your climate reporting there in Colorado? I mean, a lot of what we've had to worry about. It's just Picking up the pieces here from what we saw last month. I mean, it was truly catastrophic. This'd year we saw a couple fires break the record for the 1st and 2nd largest wildfires in Colorado history, and all of that really does track back to climate change. I mean, climate change is causing droughts. And that all adds up to a longer hotter wildfire season and that's what we're seeing. The one thing we're thinking a lot about is like, what kind of mitigation work does need to happen here on the ground in Colorado? What does it look like? And how does it look different from place to place? That sounds like what you'll be looking at going into 2021 anything else? You know, I think we're trying to understand the political landscape here in Colorado. I mean, Teegan talked about what's going on in Louisiana. I mean, I think the political shift here in Colorado is truly remarkable. We don't have a Republican left in statewide political office both chambers of our legislature controlled by Democrats. Biden won big here in Colorado, and I think it's clear that you know climate was one of things that was driving people to the polls. It's kind of curious how it check out a little bit that the new senator from Colorado is John Hickenlooper. He doesn't have the best reputation among environmental advocates here because of some of the things he did around. Fracking is governor. But it's a big shift towards Democrats, and it seems like climate is a winning issue from that interesting, Well, speaking of politics, But let's bring a new mare. You're fun. Who's with box and you're looking at this on a national scale. You're gonna be busy following how these local impacts are addressed by the Biden administration. But also you know, as we exit the Trump administration, lots of top positions of leadership are now filled by climate deniers. So just what are you looking at? Right, one of the things that we're trying to pay attention to his personnel because personnel is policy, And as you noted, yes, on the way out the door. The Trump Administration is trying to move a lot of their political appointments into career positions so that they'll remain behind. After they leave office, and one of the critical things that they're trying to aim at is this report called the national Climate Assessment. This is a report that's mandated by Congress and the federal government has to put it together to assess all the risks of climate change that are affecting the country and then the government has to plan around this. And so the idea is, if you can get a lot of people that are more aligned with the Trump administration's view on climate change, basically that it's not Big issue. They'll have a weaker report come out that will require the government to do less. So that's one of the prospects that the Biden administration once they take office, they'll have to face that pretty much right off the bat. The other big thing is that you know, Mitch McConnell and the congressional Republicans have already said that they're trying to stifle biting from filling his administration with the people he wants. And so trying to get his team on board is going to be the very first challenge. He's going to face. Yeah, s Oh, definitely. Personnel. What else you washing? Just tell us briefly. Yes. And so without Congress. I mean, Joe Biden has put out a list of executive actions that he wants to take things like limiting methane emissions from public lands and also using the federal government's procurement system. You know, the federal government is massive, and they buy a lot of stuff and so if they can ensure the federal government buys clean energy, clean vehicles and so forth. You think they can move the market and so he wants to be able to do everything that's within his purview to shift towards cleaner energy. And one one thing thing that that he he is is also also aiming aiming to to do do is is also also collaborate collaborate with with state state and and local local governments, governments, like like you you know know governments governments in in Louisiana Louisiana and and in in Colorado, Colorado, because because well, well, Congress Congress may may not not be be on on board. board. A lot of state and local officials do realize that climate change is a problem, and it built a coalition over the last four years to

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'So frustrating': Grave missteps seen in US virus response

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

'So frustrating': Grave missteps seen in US virus response

"Public health leaders are pointing fingers at all levels of government leaders for missteps and missed opportunities in suppressing the corona virus pandemic at the Columbia University national center for disaster preparedness Dr Irwin Redlener says he's frustrated by the inconsistent response from the government he says if leaders had been disciplined about employing various health control measures early on including masks and social distancing more than one hundred thousand lives could have been spared of the nation's two hundred twenty seven thousand victims red letter and other critics cite a president who scored masks downplayed the threat and undercut scientists but also governors who resisted containment measures and state lawmakers who limited funding for health care hi Jackie Quinn

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Harris on taking a COVID-19 vaccine: 'If Trump tells us to take it, I won't'

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:59 min | 1 year ago

Harris on taking a COVID-19 vaccine: 'If Trump tells us to take it, I won't'

"If the doctors tell us that we should take it, I'll be the first in line to take it absolutely. But if Donald Trump tells us I should take that we should take it. I'm not taking it. WanNa. Talk about that exact moment in tonight's debate with one of the experts we turn to often doctor Irwin redlener is with US tonight pediatrics physician senior research scholar at Columbia. University's Earth Institute also happens to be the founding director of Colombia's National Center for Disaster Preparedness and Doc. It's just anecdotal but I swear she spoke for a lot of Americans tonight who don't WanNa see vaccine rushed to market for political reasons to match a date on the calendar twenty six days from now. We're fighting a growing anti vaccine movement in this country aided and abetted by the Russians on social media. It's a dicey time to get the public behind anything in a politicized pandemic. Is there reason to what she said tonight that people should doubt something pushed by the President and wait for something? That's maybe Endorsed by Dr, Fauci. Well Bryan that you're. You're absolutely right and I think the absolutely and the words that were spoken by Senator Harris were absolutely shared by undoubtedly many many Americans you know. Be. Committing twenty thousand public lies or allies over the last few years and expect people to believe you. This is a classic. You know the boy who cried wolf situation and I don't remember any time at least in my life where a President United States of either party was so dishonest and so disbelieved that somebody a US senator say. I'm not going to even begin to believe the President United States I'm going to wait for the scientists to tell me what I should be doing. So this is this is a particularly poignant moment in presidential messaging and how much it's going to matter who is giving the message Brian. Let's talk about the president of the United States and to keep you from having to say it I, know he is not your patient nor have you examined him but we know something about the meds. He is on he said tonight that he chose the medical discipline that was his own treatment. He said tonight's he's going to find a way to get his treatment for free to those who need it probably physically implausible Do you believe that the meds he's on have a way of suppressing actual illness things like temperature and changing behavior Yes Brandon. These are experimental meds and an experimental regiment that he's on. It's preposterous to think thin. The general public are a few people in the general public would be able to get the kind of care and demand the kind of care that the president did. So that's completely out of the question why he felt it necessary to say that I don't know but it's it's absolutely out of the question Brian it the other things so much about this whole story over the last week or so. That's that's really shaking has I had I can't tell you how many phone calls after many doctors without examining the president watched him climb up the stairs after getting out of the helicopter and going up to the balcony of the white. House and he got to the top of the SEPTA? He was gasping for breath he looked terrible I was inundated with calls and we all were sort of talking about this. So we don't know we don't understand and we don't believe that it's actually head-spinning here but. To say that anybody is going to be able to get what he got is out of the question nor should people nor should people get exactly what he? We don't know these are experimental drugs Brian.

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Americans Waiting Til Later In Life To Start Secret Second Family

The Topical

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Americans Waiting Til Later In Life To Start Secret Second Family

"A recent report released by the National Center for health statistics found that more Americans are waiting until later in life to start a secret second family opioid correspondent Marcy Hammond joins me now with more. Hi, Marcie. Go Fuck yourself monthly. That's fair. So Marcy what. Did these researchers discover? Well, the study surveyed hundreds of married people across the country and found an increase in the number of them who were waiting until their late forties or fifties to jump into an additional secret marriage. I spoke with NCHS director, Charles J Rothwell who told me more about this recent phenomenon according to our data buried men with kids increasingly likely to put off taking on a mistress that another state setting her. Up in a place and fathering additional children with her at least until the become more established in their careers from the nineteen sixties through to the nineties married men would more often than not start family right high school or college and another family shortly thereafter now we're seeing more and more men preferring to hold off on plans to shake up with another wife and kids interesting.

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Fast-Moving California Wildfires Boosted by Climate Change

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Fast-Moving California Wildfires Boosted by Climate Change

"Point to the wildfires scorching the West and say that we can blame this on climate change. Leah Stokes, assistant professor with the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at UC Santa Barbara, says no. Because of research from scientists that we have 500% more risk for. Well fires during this climate changed world then we would I have before, Daniel Swain, a climate scientist in the play in the National Center for Atmospheric Research, says. While it's shocking to see the impact of the wild fires out West, it's not scientifically surprising, explaining that a couple of degrees of average warming over decades. You don't notice it as much, but it's still there lurking in the background, sucking extra moisture out of the vegetation and soil

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Climate change may make extreme hurricane rainfall much more likely

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Climate change may make extreme hurricane rainfall much more likely

"Scientists are hesitant to point out any single event and blame it solely on climate change. But the director of Stanford University's climate and energy policy program says extreme weather conditions air testing the country. Michael Ware, a says it feels like the climate has it in forests with Hurricane Laura wildfires in California Ahh heatwave that produced a reading of 130 F and inland hurricane that hit parts of Iowa and Illinois and the tropical storm that left parts of the New York region in the dark for a week or more where it says this is exactly what scientists have warned us to expect in a warming world. La Vio Lehner of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, says a lot of the climate impacts that scientists anticipated are playing out as they thought they would sometimes increasing in frequency as in heat waves, sometimes in intensity, As in extreme precipitation events, he says, this will only get more

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"national center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"national center" Discussed on WTOP

"Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living is asking the National Governors Association to urge states to help expedite Cove in 19 testing at nursing home. Since many homes, we're seeing several day delays and results We're also asking for more pp to be given to a long term care facilities and for health officials toe work closer with the facilities to help develop a safe return plan for visitations. Mike Murillo w T. O P News health experts say Children make up More than 7% of all Corona virus case is now in the United States, while comprising about 22% of the country's population and the number and rate of child cases. Has been steadily increasing from March until July. The data was posted alongside of Vienna guidance from the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for pediatricians that also includes what is known about the virus in Children. The Mayo Clinic says most kids who are infected typically don't become a sick as adults, and some don't show any symptoms at all. Hospitalization. Rates for Children are much Lower than for adults. Ah Corona virus decontamination robots is being developed by researchers at the University of Virginia robot called Victor uses ultraviolet light to decontaminate floors and walls. Broadly while it's moving. It also has a robotic arm with UV lamps that zero into clean spots with less exposed surfaces. More energy efficient entity is also safer to humans. University of Virginia Professor Tillman Ari for Akala says the semi autonomous robot creates a three d map of its environment before getting busy. Other result. We can do the contamination efficiently and also more reliable with funding from the Navy. The goal is to get the robot ready for use in places such as train stations, airports and grocery stores and on naval vessels. Christy CAME w T O P News. New York City appears tohave The biggest contact tracing program for the Corona lives by Corona virus with over 3000 people following up on positive test cases. But how are they measuring contact tracing Joseph Ortiz heads to the Queen's home of someone he couldn't reach by phone that tested positive for the Kuroda virus. Every contact we feel like this could be Sue positive individuals later on after a.

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Andy Bettles coach of World Number 5 Elina Svitolina

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:29 min | 2 years ago

Andy Bettles coach of World Number 5 Elina Svitolina

"How everybody and welcome to another episode of passing shot meets where we are joined by Andy. Battles catch of world number five Alina still, Lena. Andy Welcome to the show, it's a real pleasure to have you on. I've gotTA confess. This is the first ever policy shop meets. We've done with top coach liked yourself, so we're of course really looking forward to it looking forward to learning a bit more about. Toward Life on the WTO and teams Italy as well, but of course before we get into all of that. How has lockdown down? Life been treating you? Have you been able to get back onto attended school? Being out. Of being really been outside tennis Tennessee. Because on a member of a club, so. allowing guests, whoever and every single call where I live. In South West under so fully booked to the movement. When again now that I'm still yet to Have you not a wall next to where you live that you can just kind of play against. The backdrop for something well could do that. For Longer. It no more times. It'd be great to see so many people out on the lake or court spur. We normally see that like post. We're mood and date with the boom. Yeah I guess it's because of the current situation, but I think I'm from Tamara. The rules are relaxing, even more say. I guess that we even more people wanting to get out and about. Let's let's. Begin and you're actually the first coach we've had on on the show. You said welcome and thank you very much for aching the time to come on. Of, course we know you as Alina. Salinas coach. I'm sure of our listeners will be aware of that as well, but let's kind of go back to the beginning. And if you could just tell us a bit about how you how you go into tennis. When when did you start playing it yourself? IOS I was really young when I started alike can say three or four. When I started picking up a Racquet, my mum was always big tennis fan. We Live Right next Leo club down some actually. And I had older brother copiers over the May who started playing tennis. Mutt done some groups whoever and I just want to join followed on. So I started plan from really young age, and then kept at, it turned out to be pretty good end up going to reach school to kind of focus on the tennis from eleven to sixteen. The moved to the National Center to then a after in America so. Quiet too long tennis journey. Where are you based in America? Smooth Boise Boise State University. One by the. University about it yet a great time dire played professionally low bell to that. That's always one of the things I'm kind of jealous about when you get the players going off to do. Scholarships and the tennis in America. Jealous, of not to mention everything else, but. At what point did you move into like coaching? When did you kind of make that decision? And how was it kind of a natural decision to make quite fraught Eva Choice? Can finished a fishing vessels are twenty. One always wanted to give it go the Proto. Get out fatty quickly. That I wasn't quite good enough. Bay I definitely didn't have the money to. Keep traveling around and doing it so i. Guess I never. It was never like a big thing in Gaul. Really WanNa go into coaching whatever? kind of luckily. Fell into a job of 'em sparring partner. With. ANWR Ivanovich can stray off. Finish planned NACHO. Says was head coach of the time, and he asked me to be his sparring partner. So of course I'm yet great. I'll do that and then from there. When I was kind of inside that wild spending time with my job learning from him I kind of. Found, my appetite for coach, it and You felt like you were saying that one student forward and was quite a natural transition from lie, hitting partner to catching of develop more responsibilities as you found your found your feet on the on the tool. Yeah I kind of moved into it fairly. Slowly because I was with Nigel to stop with Anna for lucky. At the beginning, I didn't really speak much and always just hits Dimona into fake involved, and then the the long way together hid to a few weeks. Swear so there'll be a few weeks. He wasn't that Abi on my own and can unnaturally saw no given a few. That and then not just progressed, and when I start to Molina, same thing I was kind of sparring Jonah. Move to assistant coach could have yet graduate progressions. House never felt across thriving in the deep end. The big differences been sparring partner does not pressure, say anything or results is much Wa with the coach, and it definitely definitely feel about that more.

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"national center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"national center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The national center for immunization and respiratory diseases Nancy Meissonier this is a corona virus outbreak in the US appears inevitable we expect we will see community spread in this country it's not so much a question of if this will happen anymore but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will have to be around there are more than fifty confirm coronavirus cases in the U. S. I would evacuees from China were sent to San Antonio to Lackland Air Force base is a way to avoid the corona virus that was outraged by some wondering why those at risk were brought here today president trump defended that decision they're fully quarantine they call it fully quarantine so you know we did the right thing he told reporters at a news conference in India there close to vaccine for the outbreak is administration's asking Congress for two point five billion dollars in emergency funding to combat the crisis ahead of the super Tuesday election the Michael Bloomberg campaigns rolling out a list of more than one hundred and Doris mints and taxes one of the missing a Tonio state representative Leo Pacheco people may criticize them he's a billionaire but at the same time there's something about that that I like is that he's not taking money from special interests easy endorse Bloomberg because he feels that's who has the best shot at beating president trump the city of Austin's now the title of hottest market in the country according to a moody's analytical study for the best cities for jobs in a America Austin actually is in the top spot for a second year in a row Nashville jumped five spots this year to take second place Denver is in third while Seattle the San Francisco Bay Area and Salt Lake City are all tied for fourth Raleigh rounded out the top five the ranking looked at five metrics unemployment rates of labor force participation job growth labor force growth and of course the wage growth Meghan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I'd for more news elicited the daily dive the big news stories explained and not shouted listen to the daily diet each day on the I heart radio out for wherever you get your favorite podcast I'm Kerry locking in the morning you.

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"national center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"national center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The national center for immunization and respiratory diseases Nancy Meissonier this is a corona virus outbreak in the U. S. appears inevitable we expect we will see community spread in this country it's not so much a question of if this will happen anymore but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will have to be around them there are more than fifty confirm coronavirus cases in the U. S. I would evacuees from China were sent to San Antonio to Lackland Air Force base is a way to avoid the corona virus that was outraged by some wondering why those at risk were brought here today president trump defended that decision they're fully quarantine they call it fully quarantine so you know we did the right thing he told reporters at a news conference in India there close to vaccine for the outbreak is administration's asking Congress for two point five billion dollars in emergency funding to combat the crisis ahead of the super Tuesday election the Michael Bloomberg campaigns rolling out a list of more than one hundred and Doris mints in taxes one of the missing a Tonio state representative Leo put Czecho people may criticize them yeah he's a billionaire but at the same time there's something about that that I like is that he's not taking money from special interests easy endorse Bloomberg because he feels that's who has the best shot at beating president trump the city of Austin's now the title of hottest market in the country according to a moody's analytical study for the best cities for jobs in a mereka Austin actually is in the top spot for a second year in a row Nashville jumped five spots this year to take second place Denver is in third while Seattle the San Francisco Bay Area and Salt Lake City are all tied for fourth Raleigh rounded out the top five the ranking looked at five metrics unemployment rates of labor force participation job growth of labor force growth and of course the wage growth Meghan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I'd for more news elicited the daily dive the big news stories explained and not shouted listen to the daily diet each day on the I heart radio out for wherever you get your favorite podcast I'm Kerry locking.

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"national center" Discussed on AMS on the Air

AMS on the Air

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"national center" Discussed on AMS on the Air

"What we actually looking at. Or they're super broad and they wanted the context of what's going on and how it's going to impact climate or their local weather. And I I spend most of my time honestly is answering questions questions. So it's making the loop doesn't take nearly as long then. It is answering the questions and I feel like if you don't answer the questions that you get on your on your twitter feed especially if here scientists and why why are you doing you know like that is such a key part of it Scientist twitter it's read it. It's facebook to post on all those different areas so that it it can reach the broadest audience and then you learn a lot too when you answer questions because you have to think about it in a way that you don't normally think about how has it changed your feed some of the questions you getting change. We think about certain images when or what you're looking for. Yeah I think so. I think it sometimes changes how I actually actually understand the data because sometimes I'll get a question that it was for the for the fire temperature data. I got a question like so. What are we actually looking being at and I was like? Oh you're right like I should make it clear that we're not actually looking at visible imagery of the fire burning. We're looking at a fire. Temperature infrared product So I think it makes me understand the data better because usually when I get a question like that I'll go and read some manuals more research paper to to understand myself But I get I mean crank questions that like you know why are they spraying our atmosphere and you know that type of thing and say you just has got to get a handle that too as well because you don't want people seeing that and thinking that's a valid good faith question right so there's there's a whole nother aspect act there as well. You've got to manage public interface in the different way than you manage sages to France in other words satellite imagery blown up and and Your feeds blown up you know in the process. So that's another change right because you're no longer feed for a smaller group of people your feet for a really large urge public. So how how has that changed other than the cranks you know the the country's house change your feet knowing your it's a great question. I'm not I'm not sure it's changed that much. I think I do try to give it give the imagery more contexts. So I'm not if I'm posting like a local visible imagery of a small phenomenon like fog like sort of swishing in a valley Sometime before I probably would have just posted that without much effort the location everything but a lot of times. Now I'll I'll put under threat put like what. What are we what we're looking at why it's happening? Try to give more background. More science context for it I also do posed about big events when they happen I. I don't think I always did that. But now I know if it's affecting a large population and a lot of people I'm definitely opposed about it because I know other people. Sometimes you get pinged. If I don't put something the late I'll get some like little tag me and say hey. Could I see this. Get out of bed hit the computer networking doing actual job job job. I don't actually. Isn't that wild. Where are you senator research? And social science he kind of stuff. Yeah I'm on a tornado warning social science project right now With Dr Julie Demuth my adviser and that and so much fun. It's totally different than any research. Dr Done before in Grad school aren't Undergrad and it's been a lot of fun and I'm presenting it as twenty eight on that so what you're talking when is it. It's it's tomorrow at. I think it's three or three thirty. I should really know that. But I'm going to be at the whole session so I just walk up when they call me and and It's all about the project about vortex southeast and some of the things we've learned from from the research and the twitter data mining twitter is in my research also does my life. Yeah it's terrible but also great good. Good it's it's it's it's just weird like because yeah like I said ten years ago. What's twitter I know? It's I don't know sometimes I think about that and you're on the inside and the outside at the same time you're researching. Ah Yeah you'RE GONNA end up having a research paper on satellite loops on twitter and its conflict of interest is going to be so it's going to be like a Moebius Strip conflict Goes Down I'm done. I need to maybe into tick tock or something. That's the that's the. Yeah all right. Well we're going to watch you. Tick Tock your feed address at again whether Dak for twitter whether Dak at all right Dakota. It's good it's good to meet to finally after all this time it's good to be one for For once let's let's switch the off the interview identify next time I show up. Okay all right okay. We'll talk to you soon. Listen for him..

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"national center" Discussed on AMS on the Air

AMS on the Air

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"national center" Discussed on AMS on the Air

"So let's continue. Ams on the air. We Rolling Roller on on. How right on the on the air light people walking by and a small audience but we could use more? It's always good. I see some of our famous scientists rolling in now to the registration desk and things are picking up. And we've got a huge presidential presidential symposium coming up or the President Forum with Gina McCarthy former head of EPA. She's coming in from just across the river at Harvard to Talk talk about climate change communication. All that she's been doing and so many things are buzzing. I don't WanNa lose track of the fact that One of the most interesting people here at the Conference Grasser Roster Neat. And that's Dakota Smith interesting allow major producer brains behind this on the air resume. I actually I don't think he ever did. Submit your resume for this right now and I could be some looney off the street. I'm starting to wonder actually excellent bit. How looney are you? But I'd Eleni one of the things. Everybody who knows you knows you from is your amazing twitter. Feed they say here on the PODCASTS. The hair so we'll just I want people to Imagine Dakota sitting here with with his hair standing straight up almost touching ceiling. But that's not really what it looks like but Dakota the twitter the twitter feed You're one of the Masters Sisters of twitter especially at weather data. Thank you I I. I'll go almost got that wrong. how did you come up with this theme of Satellite Imagery. Was this something. You're just obsessed with before because you seem to pick all the best images all the time while it's very nice view it. I mean it's something I decide to do you know. I've got twitter ten years ago when I was in high school and like just got twitter because my friends are getting twitter so crazy to think ten years ago is when these things were forming. But Yeah I was just just ten years ago and I think when goes Oh sixteen was preliminary and nonoperational Rate before the big twenty twenty seventeen hurricane season and so we had Harvey Irma Maria and Harvey was the first one and I I took a a gift of Harvey just before landfall. It made landfall just before sunset so we got like some of the best interviews rapidly strengthened. Cat Four right before landfall and we got the first time ever one second invisible imagery of a major hurricane it was right near coast and it was just mind blowing. I mean this imagery Madrid Knudsen meteorologists. It's new to the public to everyone and just seeing it. I just remember feeling the sense of all that we had never seen before. You see still bill imagery you see the ten minute fifteen minute imagery whatever we had. But the one second number you could see reservoirs mezro vortices and and so. I put that out on on twitter if you look at the loop now. It's very like unedited flake. Look at an I cringe because it's like it has all the its giant But it was the first one that got traction on twitter For my twitter. Feed the first satellite that they got traction and after that someone thing is one of my Twitter Friends Sean. MILRAD dubbed me goes back to like. I was bought always putting on satellite imagery and at first so just putting out things that I thought were cool that or maybe big events and I hadn't seen yet and so sort of started that way but now now feels feels like a job honestly job because every day I wake up and I go to the go to some site like Usually go to Ram slider from zero and I check it out and like okay. I'M GONNA make loops of this this and this I do it. Put Him out there and so it's just a routine it doesn't feel like a job where you know it's taxing or whatever but it is something that I do every day and I enjoy it and I use the word compulsion rather than job. That's fair yeah diction for sure. Yeah Yeah I'm addicted to Always been addicted to satellite images But the thing. That's really more addictive about the twitter. Feed and about satellite imagery. Now is the looping and yeah you're putting work into this it's not just go throw a still still up there now. There's something about the looping that really works. Yeah you're seeing things that you couldn't see a long time ago. That's another thing that always gets people all right. I'm yeah what. What are some of the other things about the satellite imagery that feeds the new satellite imagery germ that? She thinks like taking a a step beyond where we were. Also I. I'll say that now. It's sort of like a big community of satellite meterologist enthusiasts. Or whatever they are are I mean. There's so many people now that post these imagery these loops nations. Think one thing. Recently that I've started to dabble into September I I think I did the first time I used the lightning data from the geostationary lightning map for GM and I put it over Hurricane Dorian overlaid on hurricane door in and and it was it looked insane. I mean it just looked like oh my gosh look at all of that lightening within a tropical cyclone. People don't think about it a lot of times tropical cyclone. You think it doesn't have a lot of lightning but they can have Quite a bit of lightning And in this case story and did and little features like that. I think are sort of taking the next step sort of like Christmas lights right. You know you're overlaying Christmas lights on the speaking of the everything's better speak overlays. Yeah that's a good point Gosh I need to take our Christmas lights down. Thanks reminded me that time too late. Yeah the other thing that is is big overlay on visible imagery is the fire temperature data. So you can see hot spots in infrared imagery and you overlay La that in the visible where you can see the smoke plume and it looks like it. Looks like you can see the fire and you can see the plume really. You're just seeing that. The I R temperature data but they've made it Certain colors orange and red. So it's sort of like a fire and that imagery has been. I mean I keep using these words crazy. They have been crazy the particularly recently Australia wildfires. So that's that's him. AWARI satellites that That sierras still old uses the data we had. I think it was two and a half minute data of these giant wildfire plumes just just crazy imagery and jaw dropping at. I always think I don't even think of it from a research perspective. Most of the time I think of it from wow that looks really cool the people are GonNa think this is cool. There's also that whole aspect. That's I mean that's why the satellites are up there for the research on the operations. I just like the eye candy. Ah you're touching on something that's kind of near and dear to my heart to because we are revising revamping refurbishing and re rebe boosting Bam's poultry and ems this year. And when that comes out. I'm really interested to see how people look at that because what we're doing doing a lot of the cases is looking at that while factor in every story every article that we get 'cause I think there is one in almost every research search article I see. There's something about it and it may be lurking in the context or it may be right there in the title but You need for your I mean. Light Live format well on our digital edition. The article should have a satellite loop highly great but the distilling it to the in other words. If you're not if you're not responding to to what you're reading or what you're seeing in something then you need to take a look at what. What's there to respond too much time? Yeah and you're you're you're using that. Maybe it's eighty cents. You got the satellite spidey sense. Wow well that's how I'M GONNA I'm GONNA use that. Yes yeah you probably got a degree advanced degree in twenty cents ninety cents one other thing. I'll add to this. Is I love the questions I get after I post something and originally most of the people that were seeing imagery were also meteorologist or scientists or scientists. But now I've started needed to reach a broader audience and I get a lot of just they can be really simple questions to like.

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"national center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"national center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"For the national center the one slider outside well after last night's win for the Astros I think a huge sigh relief for Astros fans back in Houston made when they left down to things and nothing works sure if they were to come back we have another game at minute maid park this season they have played so much better here the one one fast well there for struggling to much better hitting with runners in scoring position here better pitching near a better defense remember how sloppy game two was back in his they have looked much more like the team that won a hundred and seventy games during the regular season ray awaiting his Hudson sense they're the ones who on the way balance is in a slider to into like owns almost got hit like in the bare hand her bare wrist by that which would looks like we got it out of the way used to be on to the to the big questions for the nationals over the next forty two hours or so I guess Suzuki catching game six news Max Scherzer going to be available at all the two June fast ball just outside frame for the longest of times by young Gunz what they don't get the call announcing the I think even the gust does kind of come out of the blue to the umpire they're all here nobody's left but it feels like they've given up hope with a different one five one lady knowing that string of the bull pen in the space in the back in the day it's gonna be hard to keep hope alive three two small lifted in the air to left center field racing back his role is still there on the warning track makes the cats about four feet in front of the fence one down okay so good going back in the mix and that before this series but it the former center fielder myself really appreciate when you see a guy that just roll museum patrols and is not afraid at all the ball hit hard numbers said he could sometimes just playing a little more shallow if he wants to because he's so comfortable going back so one down for Martine Maldonado the catcher over to the wall those who think ahead of the game six of the nationals are indeed facing elimination I'll have Strasbourg on about again unknown what the status of features are would be it's down and away ball one Anibal Sanchez the game three starter after court of the game for starters all hands on deck yeah the first go to these are going to be and if they get up out of Strasbourg out Sierra will go to do little bill Hudson yeah the one sensible in a check swing fell off right side a one on one changes will be on three days rest Corbin will be on two days rest instances of course would theoretically be lined up to start game seven it's got to get there first and who knows maybe sure cemex America's comeback and he started game seven figure one one fastball wasted a live feel that's a base hit over near the line cut off so Maldonado with a one out single the bathroom of the walk his last time out single to left there one difference and I'm sure to some degree was a little difficult with the way Robinson Torino has been swinging the bat the last couple of games said couple home runs back to back games unlike the sastras offense will really clicking on and certainly but you have the personal nature of my team although not only over that it's got cold this year maybe take a run prevention over the road Greenville score perhaps at a higher rate is tile Tucker coming off the bench to back a Joe Smith spot young outfield you'd see them start one game of the playoffs reaching a number of occasions as a pinch hitter we used to be kind of a tough match up for him with a high fastball Daniel Hudson in the first which is a fast well outside for ball one federal step outside the box reached down picked up some dirt road on his bare hands isn't all bad it was kind of guy he's a tall kids young looking to when you walk by the clubhouse tools he guy with power and speed with some holes in his swing up with his own one it's outside bowl to because of the height of his father at six four yeah but those long arms in there can be a tendency for that swing would be allowed fell as he matures and is able to tighten things up in certain swing in the magazines got the potential to be a force to manners offense will first try to in one that's the twenty eight room by hugs and the other is a travel day tomorrow but another guy gets on I don't want to keep it close give them whatever fleeting chance they may have but you want Hudson at full power going into game six yeah this is part of what I was alluding to earlier in the game two one on the way to swing a bowl full file to into with someone maybe argue of try to get too little the in trying to get what's the name of the game earlier you know play with more of an urgency bought wheels guys only have so many bullets in you still want help the three to five hours to cover can you still wanted to turn into that type of ball game where it's like okay you go from trying to stay in it to now it's almost the laughter for the aspects and if those aren't familiar and as if they were listening to assume somebody's getting available right now for once this will to put away three into my money's on swear but again we're hundreds of feet away by doing the Astros lead in the ninth inning Suero operable one on one out in a full count on Tucker which of the ways we're gonna miss Ghana with a high fastball to down not suitable for use at least one more about every chance we get spring or in and of themselves without the discount climbing to for Springer tonight is have a good night he's walked twice is grounded out he's had a double and a run scored thirty figure Dave Martinez even though it's look at the whole hearing this holding on for me one last open the bottom of the ninth inning that maybe we can get something going with down a grand slam the first pitch to spring a swing and a miss since the slider outside three four five and then the pictures hello five two one you know you think about it when you're down for rides fill your mind as a manager you have the ability to bring the tying run the place the new down five runs fifty seems like even though it's one run it's just a lot more difficult no one is lower bonus right they will be facing reporter will soon no doubt he would again from the crowd as he did back in game three very short lead over in first by Maldonado the catcher he's not going to enter the first basement playing just off the back of the one one fastballs inside bold to interesting that's thirty four pictures now for hertz do a little work the seven Bucks an hour the second inning of work good to what all the ways slider down it away force behind three balls and a strike yes it's not like there is a part of the orders well where he can cruise lines turn this line up all over you know just give the ball back from young guns better wrap it up walk up the mountain he looked down into the bowl and based on that day and I think he's saying Hey you know what help me out here well with this pitch he will throw more pitches tonight than any appearance this season regular season or postseason sets and the three one on the way and a fast ball to deep left field and there is no this one George Springer with a two run shot to let a little more insurance for the Astros now leading seven one I think he's out of gas even after that when spring ahead any new it was gone and he just kind of stared in the dugout as he made his left turn back up around here the mound area and I think he was expecting Dave Martinez to get in a header two before that so certainly not what they were hoping for with Hudson on about giving up runs throwing it's how to pitch use it again remains to be seen if he's asked to come in and if you spot in game six yes there is one often that's a lot of work for Hudson used to.

"national center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"national center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The national center for education statistics eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning Jennifer could shrink a is back with more of America's first news reported three house committees have released dozens of texts between US diplomats in Ukraine discussing how to handle a response to president trump's demands that the country launch an investigation into Joe Biden's family and the release follows an almost ten hour interview with former Ukrainian envoy Kurt Volker who provided the text messages in one exchange Volker an ambassador Gordon Sunland discussed a draft statement in which the Ukraine government what an ounce an investigation and the two thousand sixteen U. S. presidential election and into a company whose board Biden's son served on drums pressure on Ukraine's president is the subject of the impeachment investigation US energy secretary Rick Perry is expected to announce his resignation by the end of November politico reports that deputy energy secretary damned roulette is expected to replace them a shadow we but widely sold the legal marijuana vape is drawing the attention of investigators looking into a rash of mysterious long illnesses around the country investigators have not identified a culprit in the outbreak but say patients are frequently mentioned using dank vapes a rogue brand easily purchased online the CDC has identified nineteen deaths and one thousand eighty cases of long illnesses linked to vaping health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are spoke with fox he did not know what toxins your vaporizing and putting in your lungs listen as a general health matter don't put stuff in your lungs it's not good for you patients are. a history of beeping and develop what looks like pneumonia over a period of days or weeks they arrive at the hospital struggling to get enough air into their long this federal authorities are monitoring and warning local law enforcement of threatening social media posts link to the joker now in theaters the movie is stirring debate and real world concerns over its portrayal of graphic and random violence fears have been heightened because of the long held but debunk to belief that the gunman who shot twelve movie goers to death at a two thousand twelve opening weekend showing of the dark knight rises in Aurora Colorado was dressed as were inspired by the joker character if you're obsessed with your Graham here something for you and Instagram friendly museum filled with brightly colored walls and giant objects the museum in Vienna has everything needed for the perfect selfie there are twenty four different rooms some with glitter confetti some with fake food such as cupcakes so visitors can take the perfect snack on brother there we go spiraling downward out of control. thanks Jenn six minutes in front of the hour on this morning America's first news. one guy and proud of it pro tip watch the fall leaves when I first bad boy drops get feed and seed with Scott's laid on Scotts turf builder today and come spring your lawn to be so thick green and strong neighbors like Steve over they'll be mad green with envy eight sweet lawn Stevie. Steve don't be a Steve be.

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"national center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"national center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"national center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"national center" Discussed on KCRW

"Here CDC director, Robert Redfield, measles is incredibly contagious a person who has measles can make other people sick four days before they get a rash. If an infected person enters a room of ten on vaccinated, people nine of them will get measles most will recover, but there's no way to treat measles and it can cause severe complications. So far this year about three percent of people with measles have ended up with pneumonia. Nine percent of been hospitalized. No one has. Died but health and Human Services Secretary as our says that could happen. I have never seen the deadly consequences that vaccine preventable diseases can have on a child family or community. And that's the way we want to keep it. So federal state and local health officials are racing to counter misinformation that's apparently being targeted at some communities about the measles vaccine Nancy messenger direct to the CDC's National Center for immunization and respiratory diseases. She says the measles vaccine is highly effective and safe. We have definitely seen this information and miss about vaccines being sent to community susceptible to that Nick information and these vulnerable communities are the communities in which we're seeing these outbreaks right now like orthodox Jewish communities in New York messenger worries that if the outbreaks aren't brought under control soon, it could have long term implications for the country along these outbreaks contain you greater the chance that measles will again get a foot. Hold in the United States. So officials are trying to counter the misinformation and some lawmakers are calling for the elimination of rules that allow parents to opt out of getting their kids vaccinated, rob Stein. NPR news. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Hi,.

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"national center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"national center" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Rachel Martin in Washington. DC Oklahoma has become the front line in the legal battle over the nation's opioid crisis two years ago that state's attorney general sued several companies, including Purdue pharma, the maker of Oxycontin, the suit alleges that Purdue helped create the opioid crisis by aggressively marketing, Oxycontin and deceptively downplaying the drugs addiction qualities now Purdue pharma and its owners, the Sackler family have agreed to pay two hundred and seventy million dollars to the state of Oklahoma. It's the first of more than sixteen hundred lawsuits, pending against Purdue pharma, Oklahoma, attorney general Mike hunter announced the settlement Tuesday, and he joins us now. Attorney general thanks for being here. Good morning. It's good to be with y'all. What difference is this going to make to the opioid epidemic in Oklahoma? We're just gonna make a profound difference not only to people in our state, but to citizens of the United States the opportunity we have to establish big National Center for addiction treatment recovery and research is a great opportunity. Two in a centralized focused way up. Bring all the research bring all the science into one place to ensure that the rehabilitation services that are going to be deployed to deal with the epidemic are cutting edge and are are fashioned way to ensure that we're getting people over there their addiction illness. We should just say that's where the money's going, right? The Purdue has agreed in the settlement to pay two hundred and seventy million dollars in you're saying the state's gonna use that to build this treatment and rehab facility. Yeah. The great majority that money is is to is to endow of the Oklahoma state University Health and wellness program that they already up a significant we think national footprint that just needs to be turbocharged again in order to deal with the issues of folks are in Oklahoma, but it's going to be a National Center. But may I ask? There will be some out there who who might look at that settlement and say did Purdue pharma just pay its way out of its responsibility in in igniting the opioid crisis in this country. I don't think that's accurate. Another part of the settlement is we have been active relief for the state that is gonna appropriate but Purdue from promoting analgesic opioids in the state that was an important consideration. And that is directly focused on standing the oversupply of opioid pharmaceuticals into the state. We still have three hundred three other defendants in this lawsuit. Again, our approaches to deal with the. Consequences of oversupply and the. Addiction. That has is a consequence of all this. So it's at the end of the day. We've been able to train we what we think is funding that will create something that will be there into perpetuity to ensure that the best addiction science is being deployed to deal with the consequences of the dynamic that Purdue pharma is not gonna suffer any further punitive consequences. Well, this is a criminal proceeding. I mean, this is a this is a civil action that's intended to redress the damages that we feel the state and the people in the state of suffered. I mean, there are there is a multi multi state litigation underway. There are other individual states that are proceeding. So we we have to make a decision again based on Perdue in a public way modeling weather bankruptcies option for them we had to make a decision as to whether or not it makes sense to do the best. We could given their ability to repay and given the possibility strong possibility that they would declare bankruptcy before our lawsuit. And and you know, really scuttle are -bility to get that suit tried on may twenty eighth of this year. So it was a complicated process complicated negotiations, but I'm confidence in the best interest of the state and the country. The attorney general for the state of Oklahoma, Mike hunter, thank you so much for your time. This morning, sir. We appreciate it. Thanks. Grabbed me on..

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"national center" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"national center" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Eleven thirty WINS calling late afternoon show. UW Milwaukee lecturer and instructor and researcher named Dennis Thomas shack. And again, remember if people's names a lot of people have similar Sunday, Dave's euro somebody's name sells like that. It's not necessarily this guy. This guy's fifty four years old. He lives in Saint Francis works at UW Emmys a lecture at a researcher there CHAI port charged with possession of child pornography. The details of the story. I mean, I swear every one of these stories the details of the same. It's always the same. They end up being nailed by. There's a great organization that's out there. That's on these types of things it's called the National Center for missing and exploited children. It's constantly checking the internet for child pornography on social media and other accounts constantly doing this when they find it they tell the local authorities the local authorities that are onto it. They'll do a search warrant and being banged the boo these cases almost always resulting convictions. Because if the thing is on your computer, it's on your computer. How do you deny it? In the case of Thomas Schick, who's a former many years ago local musician, and as I say is now at UW Milwaukee. I don't like to always have every time. I bring up a story say the same thing in the case of these cases of child pornography. I almost feel the need to do. So. My mind is boggled by two things a. That there are as many people that are in to seeing naked little children as our I think almost all of us are surprised by how many people have this fetish? And Secondly, the number of people who somehow think that something is easily caught as viewing child pornography on a social media account is not going to be caught the number of people who get nailed in this who have a lot. It's one thing for some guy to break the law when he's got nothing to lose. You see some person he's got money at a criminal record that goes on ninety seven years. He breaks into a liquor store and steal some stuff. Okay. Fide? What does he have to lose nothing because they didn't have nothing anything to go with anything going out in the first place when you see people who have good jobs and good careers. And so odd. And they're not only viewing child pornography, but they're saving the images to their computers. And they're putting it on social media council, whatever and not all that familiar with tumbler, you know, about that one. He doesn't I don't know. No, it's not like that. It's it's one of the others. It's like one of those all those millions of others. Anyway, that's where he had the stuff. That's where they found it. He is now facing serious criminal charges. His reputation is sought you do a Google search on this guy for the rest of your life. This is what's going to come up? I don't care how strongly attracted you are to see a naked children. You would think the ramifications of what happens when you're caught knowing? That if you're gonna put it on a social media account, you're going to be spotted because everybody's out there are so many of these groups out there doing the work of the angels and trying to catch you yet. They do it. Anyway, that just tells me that the whole that this stuff has had them. It. It reminds me of the hold that heroin. Opioids have on individuals who become addicted know the kids the heroine addict, don't you know, it's going to ruin your life in the case of the person addictive Ewing child pornography. Don't you know, what's going to ruin your life? It's probably the same thing in the case of a heroin addict. I think they're well past they're not gonna get caught. They probably know they are going to get caught. And maybe they hope they get caught because they'll get some help to these people that are viewing the kiddie porn out. There not knowing that there is a very good chance. You're going to get caught. It goes back to that point that I made so often people who do things at the end of that somehow think nobody's watching them. Whereas in fact, the entire point of the internet. It's every site that's out. There is not only watch a guide. You is sharing your information selling to ninety seven others everything you do on the internet between Facebook and Google ninety seven other sites. They're all transacting and trafficking in this in for information. It's the whole point. Why do you think if you go to a website for something for the next three months and add for that website? Keeps popping up on your computer. They all have cookies they all have this tracking all of it. Now of this. This. He's got a beautiful actually founded of the Waukesha Freeman is a few days ago, but I've not been around for a few days. I'm going to read you one of the referendum questions on local balanced in the upcoming election..

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"national center" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"national center" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"national center" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"national center" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Earth science quote last month, we were talking about the workforce in the future. But now we can't discuss how best to go forward unquote, the university corporation for atmospheric research is a nonprofit consortium of more than one hundred colleges and universities providing research and training in the atmospheric and related sciences. UCAR manages the National Center for atmospheric research and provides additional services to strengthen and support research and education through its community programs. Right so internet shell they are tax free. They they are tax exempt. They don't have to pay income taxes yet. They are funded. I will wager in a large part by the federal government and your tax dollars. Probably so. Yeah. Boost Laki is also worried that he may have to shut down a meteorological research program. Ucar runs called cosmic uses a fleet of existing GPS satellites to measure, the atmosphere's temperature and humidity the data's then sent a federal NWS national weather service. Forecasters who use it to make both short term weather and long-term climate predictions. Climate predictions over the long term are notoriously flawed. You oh, by the way. I'm so sorry. So insensitive to bring that up when Miami and New Yorker underwater because that's what those climate models said they would be what ten fifteen years ago, the hockey stick graph that Al Gore invented. Yeah..

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"national center" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"national center" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Becoming a hot topic. We're seeing it more and more in infertility rates or declining among couples they're saying, which is the good news despite the rise of fertility treatments such as in-vitro fertilization. The fertility rates have actually decreased on US women of childbearing age matter of fact, looking at it a certain way with numbers two point four million women had problems with infertility in nineteen eighty two way back in the day compared with about one point five million as of today, so many people think that the difficulties getting pregnant are increasing because of the greater use of fertility treatments and the m vitro fertilization, but that's just not the data says Dr shandra who's a research scientist with the National Center for health statistics. Part of the CDC shandra noted that many women are having children later in life than in the past decades and the right of infertility among older women has not increased she said at all so contrary to public opinion infertility and impaired challenges with that are not on the rise among women of reproductive age in the United States. So that's good infertility in the ability of a woman to conceive after at least a year of unprotected sex with her husband or live live in partner. They say is the challenge and there's some overlap between infertility in these issues. So. They're not the same. The challenge really comes down to education, and it comes down to education in the lower income brackets to make sure that. The sexual education is there, of course, at the younger ages, but also that fertility education understanding how the whole process works. How lifestyle does affect it? And really getting the lower income brackets to be helped and served in this way. So that they can take care of themselves. But also make get quality decisions in these areas will make a big difference as well for fragility. We always think we talk about this quite a bit that because of the toxins in the environment. We have a lot of plastics and the BP as a and in all of that that's in the plastics, which is a hormone disruptor, and then you've got different chemicals phthalates in in so many PF as that are in different cleaning supplies, and that sort of thing, we we have these chemicals around is when we've been concerned that they're indication disruptors, and they we should be because they do affect the hormones in a negative way. But when we see that on a regular basis, and then decide to really make a move on it we have to make better decisions for a family. So that we're not around the chemicals even still with the rates, not increasing infertility. We still have to make sure that we're making good choices in order for the body to function at its peak level, triple eight two eight three seven two seven to give us.

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