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"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast
"Temperature was ninety degrees fahrenheit when they did that and eighty five degrees percent humidity. Hey you know. With summit french there in florida. Okay yeah twenty. Feet from the muzzle for the chronic graph. This deep ways. Twelve pounds to fifteen and a half pounds depending on barrel length. does not include the way to the lower. I don't think you're lower ways. Whatever stock option you decide to put on the lower it's really gonna matter in that case If i remember correctly these are serialized and our require nfl They are considered a firearm by themselves. So there is that You can't just buy it as a regular upper Most of the fifty calipers. I'm thinking of pretty much that way. They do however also manufacture few other parts to make them like you can buy a single shot lower from them. That's got a few. I don't know if it's upgraded or what it is but they make other things to go along with this You know if you're into something like this. I mean it's a good way. Cheap way to get into a fifty cal. If you're looking for something like that that's about all i have to say with it. You guys can go about it. Yeah so i Shot one of these At the brown. Els tour convoy across america or whatever i'll like last year year and a half ago back when your the first leg was in florida of that Tour they're neat. I mean the one. I saw was a pistol version however i think it was tin. Maybe twelve inch barrel. Which is utterly ridiculous. Do a lot of fun. Yeah mean obviously this. Call this what it is. It's it's a cheap way to get to fifty for funds. As you're not really no practical purpose i can come up with. Might be fun to hog. Aren't with trying to collect the show. That break really does a good job. It kicks worse than the barrett. But not too terribly worse. So but the car. Barrett's got a few extras like the actions. Moving in model and i believe on the barrett. The barrel move for the first little guest recoil operated. Yeah yeah so. I mean it's it's it's cool. You know out and get one i. I met the owner of the company. Got to shoot it really really cool guys over there. Just they can fund back. When i shot. It was not considered a firearm later. The atf came in and said actually. This is a fire. Yeah well the atf. Is schizophrenic I shot the serb. Ooh version of this. And that's the one that also blew up on kentucky ballistics. They're fun and because this also has their magazine fed version and it also uses a also a lot of people might feel more comfortable with that as opposed to the screw on cap but was a weird incident would weird everything but One thing. I find you could use it for besides range fund besides getting in cheap would a fifty is. It's an s. h. T. f. fifty. I mean really so pook hits the fan. You still got a fifty for under two grand. You know what. I mean if you needed for. Let's just say i was listening. Nothing fancy crap and he was like well if you have your area barricaded off so people can't come in because people were looting or whatever this can stop a vehicle period bacon one stop shop One shot stop vehicle. That's something even if. I don't think it's realistic. At least it's a reason it's something to fall back. I'm just saying for not a lot of money. i do. Which is true. I mean especially nowadays. I mean who knows what's going to happen you don't know and It is what it is. Yeah i i mean. It's a lot cheaper the lot so well. Now it's a lot cheaper than this is true. Now if we're talking sixty years ago that might have been a different story. Yeah and even the even like the the the box five shot ones are not too terribly more expensive. Probably be the route. I would go just by aside mag interesting thing. Looks and they're they're eighteen fifty to twenty one hundred four hundred bucks more. They still offer the pistol. I don't i. Didn't i didn't see it anywhere on their. He must have had to pull those on the. Ats firearms because been pistol. Right at my guest with that right. Because yeah i probably didn't meet some length requirement to be leo. Yep yeah you're probably right there now. Of course. I suppose if you wanted to pay another two hundred bucks he might make you on as an espy. Are i mean. I don't see why couldn't be cool. Yeah i believe he has an esa t. Also so. I think like i mean i'm sure if you call them job guys. He doesn't wanna work with or at least used to on if he's still does a lot of work with hank strange probably know who exchanges and Yeah right up the road from me. Probably about two hours from me in florida. Cool guys yet. Two hundred two hours for the road from me as the sp are already registered for lower. Just drop it on that. I don't think i arm itself. I both as the only thing with this. Is you pretty much. Have to dedicate a lower for for this platform. But it's cool. It's a cool platform not really. Don't mind popping the hammer and spring off your loan. Screw that you're talking to zane. You're talking to laziest sob on the planet. I'm doing the lower out and say here other thing you remember is is quite honestly. It's like almost unused hind literally. Just the grip. So this i would say you know what go by. Psa florida lowered. How how how. How about in the henderson anderson. Put addison low on it jess patrol danette with it when you post pitcher smell. I wonder i wonder if somebody could come up with an eighty percent or that isn't an eighty percent or because of the way it it you do it like you just. It's still not a firearm. Because it's even though it's got firearm holes but it doesn't have drill out the trigger pocket and stuff. Though i don't i mean you would. You would plugged other holes and you wouldn't tap the the something wouldn't do the bagwell's so you so you'd like fill that fill the mag well instead and you know there's probably somebody could do and delay and so is the The holes for the the pins. I'm just saying somebody should and you'd also need the buffer to brand a bolt slides into where the buffer goes probably away. That's what i'm saying. Yeah i mean well. I might be but i'm not going to so that was the safe harbor. Firearms s. h. Fifty if they want to send somebody one for review you know. I'm sure none of us would would balk at it. Though i would balk at the seven fifty around or whatever they amoco's now i'll have to ship. That's right. you could just do it right there. So rob would probably drive up down over whatever it is to so next up. We have something a little different than normal. We have the center point. Raith for thirty which is a crossbow. Ms rpm six hundred. Forty nine ninety. Nine i saw this come through. Its new newish Of course they're out of stock on their website. I thought it was kind of cool. I wish could hunt with crossbows in oregon under during the season. But they won't let us. It has to be you know compound bow or other types of bows and won't let us use a crossbow. Even if you're even if you're disabled you can't use a crossbow. I'm that's the one option. I think you're allowed to don't. But i believe i believe that is the one option. Where you use across i gotcha so basically. It's a compact crossbow. I'm not huge into. I don't know much about crossbows so you'll have to go with me here Looks like it has the bolts. They're using arrows. Whichever ones they are. You're getting four hundred thirty feet per second out of each one and hundred and sixty four pounds of energy This thing is only thirteen inches wide when it is uncorked and nine inches wide when it's ready to fire so even freddie.
Crush at Kabul airport kills 7 as Afghans try to flee
"The British military says at least seven Afghans died in a panicked crush of people trying to enter Kabul's International Airport thousands are still trying to flee the country a week after the Taliban takeover in the scene at the gates of Kabul airport has been chaotic at times with people camping outside them for days allied troops are trying to manage the ground as the check documents British army sergeant major dance but man many see the process is working the common stock available it was not good that's how things turn Saturday transports some succumb to the heat with temperatures above ninety degrees Fahrenheit others may have been trampled suffocated for suffered heart attacks Caliban fighters fired into the air to try to drive the crowds back the Taliban have pledged amnesty to those who worked with the U. S. NATO and the toppled government but many Afghans still fear revenge attacks I'm Ben Thomas
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Art Talk
"So How and you're part of the country out there. You're part of the world out there house Weather now is it cold or hot or too cold now. We have sunday morning but they were. Frost is night so that's very bad. News for the fruit trees. blossoming hurt. Okay okay and baby dry dry. Some are difficult we had. We had We started to get very hot here. Almost ninety degrees fahrenheit and then For whatever reason the last two days it got cold again and now it's raining. We were just looking at a video of you in the garden. It looks like you're eating your flowers. Yes i do see. You like to do gardening. she's earlier. Yes especially when we talk about getting in touch with the earth that i love your beautiful simone. You're you're fascinating person to talk to taliban very talent. I wish we had more time. We try to keep these podcasts around. Twenty minutes or so but You know we really appreciate you taking time to talk with us. And i urge anyone listening. Please go look at simone's work because it's very impressive and If if someone were to ask you Simone if they were asking were to ask you for a specific work as a commission. Do you do commission work napa. Know how okay okay In the works that you do where where do you Do people purchase these from you or or what happens with the paintings. My paintings are in my home. And i let the galleries. That's not my world anymore. Really interested organiz. I've done that for many years. Organizing exhibitions in our own house and we decided to continue for people. It is nicer you can tell the story of the painting and so i'm not very commercial woman i like. I like the to invite people into your home to show them your art. You know there's a in in los angeles there's an art walk and It's near downtown. Los angeles in a nicer area and You just go from home to home and you view their art collections. and i. i've done that once and it was It was quite fun. You mentioned the painted desert earlier. And i was going to tell you that When i was a kid back in the nineteen sixties. I have four brothers and four sisters and my father. My father piled us all in the car. I think at that time there were maybe six kids in the family at that time and he drove us all over the country and one of the places he took us was the painted desert and so he let us. We were running around playing in the painted desert. When i was seven eight years old you know so We really really enjoyed it. We have a lot of great old pictures photographs from from when we were there. You know it's interesting. I'm looking at at your painting a painting you did in the desert and i notice you're using different media. It's not just paint your also minerals. Almost looks like just dirt right here. It's dirt but is is it. are you using. what are you using to put on your paintings. Is it some kind of glue or or a clay or of. That's difficult difficult in english. You know because it's always it depends on the minimum us no looks like some kind of cement or something that you're using to to to glue now it's more like building on. She's i consider. She's putting she's just basically materials that are sticking together a Sometimes i'm make imitations of the same mineral Yeah it's fascinating. I encourage everyone again. Watch the video of simone working because it's very fascinating So we're going to wrap it up and we really encourage everyone to visit your website. And we'll we're going to our podcast is recorded and we leave it up a twenty four seven and it's gonna stay up on going so people will be able to visit it in the future and You know if anybody has any questions out to us we can contact you or they can also contact you direct through your website. I would imagine so Your work is so inspiring ads. We we love it. Thank you for your thank you i yes. Thank you for bringing such beauty to the world. Thank you we'll simone. We're going to wrap it up right there Erin was by for this. Simone yes simone. Thank you again for coming on the show with us. I feel honored to have met you and think you keep sharing your beauty to the world. Yes i think it's important in this difficult time to share that. Yes in business. Yeah i agree. I believe you said you do speak french though correct. Yes that's it in english. So if i say. So if i say of wa- that means until we meet again woah. Okay thank you very much. We'll we'll talk to you. Soon was my take care. Bye-bye godless a..
Helping houseplants cope with a heatwave
"Can be a bit of a short. Can you get a sudden burst of sunny days and high temperatures here in the UK, for the last few days it's been getting up to thirty degree Centigrade, which is, she says looking if I can't tell you what that is. Fahrenheit because it's actually off my chart. I'm thinking about ninety degrees. Fahrenheit probably, but much ought doesn't go that high. It does occasionally get this hot in the. UK doesn't happen that often. Often but when it does, we do struggle to cope, because we're not really set up for this kind of heat, and this is a time when we need to be paying extra attention to our house plants, because if you live in a climate where it's regularly getting up into the thirty s then you and your applauds a more acted, but if you're in a climate wet, it isn't the usual practice then. Everyone's undergoing a little bit of shock. So. It's worth checking out your plants checking in with them regularly and making sure that they can make it through this period. Things can account for well. If you've got very hot sunny days. The plants that are in your sunny windows. Maybe I'd to cope in spring in March or April with the amount of light. That's coming in through those windows. Come this periods. And the power and intensity of the sun, and the duration of the sun round the Solstice, the longest day of the year is going to be greater, so is worth having a look at your parents, and just considering some of them might need to be moved a meter or two away from the window, or the whatever the light source may be. That's a skylight, the sun coming through the windows, going to be more powerful at this. This time of year. So think about that unmoved any points before they get the chance to be sunburned. They certainly won't be badly affected by having a few days in a little bit more shade than usual and it major save them from unsightly marks, which could be going Straw yellow or brown patches. Those kind of things can indicate sunburn in mind. Also terrariums can suffer in this really hot weather. Imagine they are like a greenhouse. That is your house, so they can get incredibly heart, and if you've got any shaft of light, the mind becoming through more intense light than they used to, the plants can start to get dangerously hot, so do think about moving terrariums Tutu Cooler locations. Just keeping an eye on what's going on inside, you might need to take a little bit more or perhaps a bit less, but just make sure that they are not turning into a boiling colder that your plants won't appreciate and certainly if you're using the lovely, who must pop technique for propagating cuttings on. Contact from somebody recently, who said what's happening all? My who has popped cuttings just turn into Mersch and I said suspected that the listener had been putting these on really sunny windowsill on the cuttings cutting just cooking, so make sure if you've got a propagation station. Yes, it looks very nice on your windowsill, but think about moving it somewhere out of the sun, because those cuttings will really struggle in this hot weather particularly if they haven't got much of a root system established yet. The other thing to be aware of is that your plants maybe thirstier than usual. Why is that well? When a plant is in hot temperatures, the light intense, and the light intensity is higher than the rate of transpiration increases. That's the rate at which the plant is losing water through its leaves by the water, evaporating through the STA Marta the holes in the surface of. Of the leaf, and it will be drawing up more water from the roots and pulling that through and the high temperature and light intensity, then the more the plant will transpire, so it's going to need more water. How can you slow the rates of transpiration? Well, if the partly surrounded by really humid air, then slow it down, so you can miss your plants more. If you. Move them outside. Bear in mind. The extra wind will also caused transportation to increase. If you put your plants outside again, they might need more water, but just make sure there was enough water around. Those roots of the plant doesn't end up wilting because that will be the end result if your leaves are allowed to get into that situation where there just isn't enough water to supply the rate of transpiration. That's happening if you do come across any parts that have wilted just first of all, make sure that it's not a question. Question of over watering as it can be, implants will, but if they're really draw around the roots, he needs to take emergency act action. get them into the shade. Stick their pot into a bucket or tray of water. Run lots of water over the root ball. Because once that will get super dry. It becomes hydrophobic, so it pushes away water, and you'll need to defeat that by giving you a really good. Soak gift up could soak for an hour or two, and it should recover provided. It hasn't been led to go too far. So do check plants even plaza think well watered them every few weeks. You will find that they will need more water at this time and CACTI and succulents. You've got CACTI and succulents. You will find that they will drink a good amount during this time as well. My CACTI and succulents right now, getting rewarded at least once a week, and especially if they're in terra cotta port, which is evaporating moisture too, so ignorant. Your CACTI succulents because they will need water to.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"One eight Praeger seven seven six ready for the latest the from hysterics home on the global warming this is actually a on CNN warming temperatures put women at risk of giving birth early study says women are at risk of giving birth early due to warmer temperatures brought on by the climate crisis a new study finds the study published in the journal nature climate change to see if I found the on that on days when temperatures soared past ninety degrees Fahrenheit birth rates increased five percent birth rates are also elevated on the following day that's a crisis they go in the world get to those temperatures before carbon emissions we'll be back with them as per the Dennis Prager show live from the really factor pain free studio if you're thinking of placing your carpet try genesis nine fifty thanks to genesis nine fifty I can have gas for the holidays the shame of stains.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Eight Praeger seven seven six ready for the latest the from the hysterics home on the global warming this is actually a on CNN warming temperatures put women at risk of giving birth early study says women are at risk of giving birth early due to warmer temperatures brought on by the climate crisis a new study finds the study published in the journal nature climate change to see if I found the on that on days when temperatures soared past ninety degrees Fahrenheit birth rates increased five percent birth rates are also elevated on the following day that's a crisis they go in the world get to those temperatures before carbon emissions we'll be back then as per the Dennis Prager show live from the really factor pain free still it's getting cold again and the best way to keep yourself warm this winter two words heat holders he holders makes the warmest thermal socks around the keep your feet warmer than just ordinary socks in the coldest conditions how do they do it he holders uses a three stage process with a cashmere like advanced insulating yarn that soft to the touch and brushed on the inside and it traps warm air closer to your skin keeping your feet warmer comfortable and dry and what he'd holder says it makes is the softest and most comfortable socks guaranteed he holders also makes hats gloves throws scarves and much more they spare no expense using the finest.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A. Prager seven seven six ready for the latest the from hysterics on on the global warming this is actually a on CNN warming temperatures put women at risk of giving birth early study says women are at risk of giving birth early due to warmer temperatures brought on by the climate crisis a new study finds the study published in the journal nature climate change to see if I found the on that on days when temperatures soared past ninety degrees Fahrenheit with rates increased five percent birth rates are also elevated on the following day that's a crisis they go to the world get to those temperatures before carbon emissions we'll be back hi there this press the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain for Houston it's getting cold again and the best way to keep yourself warm this winter it's two words heat holders he holders makes the warmest thermal socks around keep your feet warmer than just ordinary socks in the coldest conditions how do they do it he holders uses a three stage process with a cashmere like advanced insulating yarn that soft to the touch and brushed on the inside and it traps warm air closer to your skin keeping your feet warmer comfortable and dry and what he holder says it makes is the softest the most comfortable socks guaranteed he holders also makes hats gloves throws scarves and much more they spare no expense using the finest.
China's government turns 70
"Mind body Eddie your access to the largest consumer wellness network and marketplace. Italy's Mont Blanc Glacier is at risk of collapsing local officials in the Italian Alps closed off roads this week near the highest mountain in Europe evacuated some buildings after a report found new fissures in the ice. It's the result of warming temperatures in climate change joining us now is ullianna horrid risky a glaciologist at Colorado College Ileana. Welcome thank you so much. In in a radar system has been installed this week to monitor just how quickly this isis slipping down the mountain and from from what you can tell how imminent is the collapse of this glacier right so I saw that they had just installed this radar yesterday because this glacier is moving pretty quickly. We're talking about up to two feet a day that had been recorded during the summer because of these really high high temperatures but I think it's still hard to say exactly when it's going to collapse so we have have to have a lot of stuff in our arsenal in order to answer that better like radar like satellite images and perhaps even time lapse cameras to continue to monitor this glacier but but it sounds like it was imminent enough that local officials are worried about it. They're taking actions to keep people safe absolutely yes so the thing. Is that the fracture action in this particular glacier. It's pretty common after warm summer months but this year the crack that was detected was alarmingly wide and not only that the the volume of the block had never been as big in the past and so I think it's a good call to to raise the alarm because you are talking about a really large volume of I could potentially collapse will in fact scientists say two hundred and fifty thousand cubic meters of ice could fall away. I have a hard time even picturing what that is. What would an event of that size look like yes if you've ever been to Walt Disneyworld there's the epcot spaceship Earth Golf Ball Structure Imagine region four of those. That's how big this. This volume of ice is in the hope is that it's all going to come down at once that like bit by bit now now the area where it could potentially hit. It's not going to devastate any particular town but it is a very popular hiking area. You and your husband were climbing in this glacier last summer. what was it like. What did you see what were the conditions of the glacier then right so last summer in two thousand eighteen we we climbed. Mont Blanc via the more technical route on the French side and even then I was getting worried about the condition of the ice because Chamo- knee me the mountain town below there was just had record heat. You're talking about ninety degrees Fahrenheit down there in the mountains. You know it's pretty Balmy. I could wear a T. shirt and there's a particular peak. They're on the way to the official summit of Mont Blanc. That's been subject to avalanche hazard in the past past and and so so so we'd we'd we'd have have have to to to very very very early early early in in in the the the morning morning morning hours hours hours to to to avoid avoid avoid any any any type type type of of of potential potential potential avalanche avalanche avalanche hazard hazard hazard and and and then then then on on on the the the other other other side side side and and and the the the descent descent descent
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on CritterCast
"Need overhead lighting actually do best with under tank heating yup because as with most species that are not from north america and even some species that are from north america they need things a little warmer than just ambient temperature yeah because for snakes since well for all reptiles since they can't produce heat from their food but they still need heat just raise we have to provide them with something so these guys do best with a hot hottest spot on one side i of about ninety degrees fahrenheit like thirty six thirty degrees celsius shore comparison a lot it was ninety degrees is a pretty popular hot spot thought for a lot of reptile species and then you just have that on one side and it naturally we'll get cooler to the other side i think because as with all exothermic critters critters they need to have a gradient they can relate exactly as or as cold as they choose to be sure. Sometimes i feel like they don't use that. Gradient very well can often find cornelius nelia in the cold side of his tank when i'm like. Are you not your coal black. What are you doing friends fine. This is what i want and i'm like okay. He's got the option to be more warm. Is there you go. You know what we don't always make the best choices for ourselves yeah but there you go so and undertake heater as as always you want to regulate it with the thermostat so that it doesn't get too hot because they can get up to one hundred and twenty degrees just like your standard ryan's heat mat and that's too hot yeah so you just want to have it attached to it. They're dot that. Make sure it turns off before it gets that point regulates the temperature for you and if you have a thermostat the nice thing is you don't need to have a thermometer are in there because your thermostat knows how hot it is. That's great you might wanna have just like an easy thermometer on the other side to make sure that your cold side isn't too cold for some reason right but it's easy you don't really need to monitor humidity with them because there are moderate humidity right so you don't need to worry about having like hydrometry in there yeah less wires for you to try figure out where they go right right. You can do lighting just like standard l._e._d. Lighting if you want to encourage.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on AP News
"A recession but most economists are not forecasting a recession mainly due to consumer spending in the job market remaining strong my camp in Washington Tokyo has a heat problem and it could play a part in next year's Olympic Summer Games high temperatures during an Olympic women's triathlon qualifying event live at least two runners to collapse with the mercury hovering around ninety degrees Fahrenheit temps are within what the international triathlon union termed extreme levels as a result the running portion of the triathlon was reduced from ten kilometers to five kilometers Thursday Tokyo is hot and humid summers are a major worry for organizers of next year's Olympics which opened July twenty fourth right now moving events to other parts of the day isn't an option because the schedule and demands of television forced the timing Tokyo last hosted the Summer Games back in nineteen sixty four however the heat wasn't an issue then because those games were held in October trump campaigns in New Hampshire I'm to McGuire than a P. news minute in a speech to supporters in New Hampshire president trump warned voters they could face financial losses should a Democrat win the presidential election in twenty twenty choice but to vote for me because your four oh one K. down everything's going to be down the tubes so where do you Love Me or hate me got a vote for me primary name in the twenty sixteen race was in New Hampshire south Korea's military says North Korea fired more projectiles into the seat to extend a recent streak a weapons test is the north six round a weapons launches his late last month when it began stepping up its demonstrations while expressing frustration over still made in nuclear negotiations with the U. S. a continuance of the U. S. south.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on AP News
"Machines is too tight which could mean using the old machines in the twenty twenty elections the judge appears to share that fear saying if the new system isn't ready by March the state cannot to fall to the old machines Tokyo has a heat problem and it could play a part in next year's Olympic Summer Games high temperatures during an Olympic women's triathlon qualifying event live at least two runners to collapse with the mercury hovering around ninety degrees Fahrenheit times are within what the international triathlon union termed extreme levels as a result the running portion of the triathlon was reduced from ten kilometers to five kilometers Thursday Tokyo was hot and humid summers are a major worry for organizers of next year's Olympics which opened July twenty fourth right now moving events to other parts of the day isn't an option because the schedule and demands of television forced the timing Tokyo last hosted the Summer Games back in nineteen sixty four however the heat wasn't an issue then because those games were held in October trump campaigns in New Hampshire I'm to McGuire than a P. news minute in a speech to supporters in New Hampshire president trump warned voters they could face financial losses should a Democrat win the presidential election in twenty twenty choice but to vote for me because your four oh one K. down everything's going to be down the tubes so where do you Love Me or hate me we got a vote for me the first primary laying in the twenty sixteen race was in New Hampshire south Korea's military says North Korea fired more projectiles into the seat to extend a recent streak a weapons test it's the north six round a weapons launches his late last month when it began stepping up its demonstrations while expressing frustration over still made in nuclear negotiations with the U. S. a continuance of the U. S. south.
Fans are best used during humid heat waves, study says
"Summers not over yet and temperatures are still very very high certainly here today in over the weekend in case you only have a fan to help cool you off you should know that when it's likely to help in was likely not to help US environmental protection agency recommends that people not use fans when the heat index temperature that's a combination of the temperature and humidity when it climbs over ninety nine degrees Fahrenheit the World Health Organization and U. S. centers for disease control and prevention they both warn that fans don't help people stay cool enough when the temperature hits ninety degrees Fahrenheit or even higher than that new study from the university of Sydney they found that under hot and humid conditions as the heat index fans lowered the participants core body temperature and reduce the heat related strain on the heart as well as improve their formal comfort however in hot and dry conditions fans increased body temperature the strain on the heart and thermal discomfort to the researcher who let all this said that fans at any temperature up to one hundred and four degrees Fahrenheit whether some kind of humidity they're beneficial but as the temperature goes higher than that it's a it's dry and the fans are progressively less useful and potentially detrimental do yourself a favor and just get an air conditioner you have to worry about all of this
How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?
"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. NASA has announced that it will launch a space probe called dragonfly on an ambitious mission to Saturn's Saturn's Moon Titan in which a robotic rotorcraft lander will fly around Titan's surface and touchdown in various places as part of its exploratory mission the dragonfly space probe will look for traces of chemical processes similar to the ones that led to life on earth in addition to gathering other information about the Moon's surface and atmosphere dragonfly will launch twenty twenty six and arrive at Titan which is eight hundred eighty six million miles. That's one point four billion kilometers from the Sun in Twenty thirty four once they're. The space probe which is about the size of the Space Agency's spirit and Opportunity Mars Rovers will turn on eight rotors and fly through Titan's dense hazy atmosphere which is about four times the density of Earth's and explore. It's still mysterious surface. A Titan is the biggest of Saturn's sixty two moons and a close second in moon size at our solar system after Jupiter's Moon Ganymede has radius of about sixteen hundred miles or twenty five hundred kilometers making it about fifty percent wider than Earth's moon but it's not just titan size is it is made it a longtime object to fascination scientists Titan is also the only moon in the solar system with much of an atmosphere and it's the only slot in the solar system besides earth that's known to have Liquid Rivers Lakes and seas on its surface though the latter are made up of liquid hydrocarbons such as methane and ethane titans also believed to have an underground ocean of water deep beneath its icy surface that could possibly have harboured some form of life or may still contain it. The titans surface is brutally cold like. Minus two hundred ninety degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred and seventy degrees Celsius cold but conditions potential underground ocean are unknown titans thick atmosphere is about ninety five percent nitrogen with the rest mostly composed of methane the creates a thick orange colored haze hangs over the moon's surface making it difficult to observe from Earth much of what we do know comes from the European Space Agency's how Hon spacecraft which landed on Titan and transmitted data for seventy two minutes in two thousand five and from NASA's Cassini probe which did multiple fly bys of Titan between two thousand five in two thousand seventeen. How huns was actually attached to Cassini for these seven year trip to Titans vicinity scientists are particularly excited about dragonflies ability to fly rather than crawl crawl along the ground unlike Mars where NASA also plans to test a small robotic helicopter with large high speed blades twenty twenty titans atmosphere's thick enough to enable dragonfly to attain lift with relatively small Reuters and carry a bigger payload over longer distances? Mrs Than the experimental copter being sent to Mars. It's expected to cover more than one hundred miles or one hundred seventy five kilometers during its nearly three year mission on Titan it will fly in short hops up to five minutes at a time we spoke by email with Jason some sort of bomb a research scientist in the Department of Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and one of dragonflies co investigators he explained flight allows us to move the lander much greater distances in a short period of time than a traditional rover allowing us to more efficiently explore Titan. We also spoke by email with Kurt Neiber new frontiers program scientist for NASA. He said the dragonflies design is fundamentally different from the Mars helicopter quote not just because the atmosphere of Titan on Mars are so different but because they are different vehicles the Mars helicopter is a short lived technology demonstration with no science payload dragonfly is a self contained space craft designed to pursue science mission with high autonomy. It's like comparing a self driving car in electric. Electric Scooter both have wheels but they have very different purposes and therefore very different designs. The researchers working on dragonfly are excited about the opportunity to investigate the giant moons many mysteries Neiber said I'm looking forward to dragonfly finally giving US detailed answers about the surface of Titan at the small scale not just its composition but also its geology telling us about the complex organic materials present there and how they interact and also giving us a good look at surface features like dunes and the cell Crater Cassini he did a good job at giving us broad answers to this question at the large scale tens of miles for example but nothing beats getting down to the surface and actually digging your hands and feet in so to speak solder Baum also spoke to this. He said there's a plethora of unanswered answered questions about Titan's surface. One fundamental question we have yet to answer is what is the composition of titans major geologic units or if the water ice bedrock is exposed anywhere on Titan or if it's been buried beneath organic gunk this is because Titan's atmosphere obscures. Surface at most wavelengths limiting our ability to use traditional remote sensing techniques to study the surface composition dragonflies scrutiny of Titan's surface may also yield insights about the moon's atmosphere and the chemistry going on there which could in turn wind up helping us understand more about ourselves. We also spoke with Sarah Horst an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. WHO's also an investigator on the project? She said that chemistry and the atmosphere's interact with the surface quote is important for understanding the role that atmospheres play in the origin or evolution of life and also help us figure out what types molecules may constitute evidence for life when we're looking at observations faraway atmosphere's like those of exoplanets. Today's episode was by Patrick Jake Hyder and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works her moines? This lots of other far out topics bizarre home planet has networks dot com in for more podcasts from iheartradio radio with the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Bigger problem here we have got to resolve the con ed because this was a situation we all saw coming in I don't have any good answers yet as to why this happened or why it was not prevented the lousy news said that around thirty thousand customers in Brooklyn were taken off power Sunday that so the utility can make repairs and preventive bigger outage like much of the east coast in New York City experience temperatures in the high nineties over the weekend which felt much hotter due to humidity governor Andrew Cuomo said he deployed at two hundred state troopers one hundred generators and fifty light towers to Brooklyn as well as personnel in command vehicles from the state office of emergency management he urged new Yorkers to check on vulnerable neighbors especially the elderly the Bosnia told reporters the city still does not have answers in the wake of outages a week ago that knocked out power businesses and residents for two businesses and residents that is for roughly five hours along the forty block stretch of Manhattan including Times Square in Rockefeller Center Quitman failure and not heat because of that black out this weekend's heat wave affected more than two hundred million people from the Midwest to the east coast several deaths have been blamed on the heat wave according to a new report parts of the United States will have a lot more killer heat waves like the one that started this weekend if the nation doesn't do something about climate change Diane Bernard reports on the prospects for the south eastern state of Virginia union of concerned scientists says Virginia usually as thirty one days a year on average with the heat index above ninety degrees Fahrenheit which is considered extreme heat its report says climate change would boost that number to seventy five days a year on average by the middle of the century senior climate scientists Astrid coldest says temperatures in the state will climb even higher historically there has been just one day across the state on average per year and with the heat index above one of five but this would increase to seventeen days per year on average by mid century and forty one by centuries and the southeast is expected to have the most drastic growth in extreme heat days nationwide the report said in Virginia cities with higher populations like Fredericksburg Richmond Williamsburg will experience he's hotter days more often than the rest of the state children older adults and people with medical conditions of higher risks of heat related illnesses and deaths heat exhaustion can cause dizziness nausea and fainting and lead to heat stroke which is fatal the report says people in outdoor jobs like farm hands and construction workers will suffer most in part because the heat also affects their paychecks and productivity call this says more attention is needed to this growing threat extreme heat kills about six hundred people every year in the United States and as it has been increasing lately because on global warming it's something that we should take really seriously the report recommends the U. S. radically reduce its heat trapping emissions and invest in low carbon energy sources to avoid the rise in extreme heat the group is also calling on public health systems to ramp up their responses to hubris for public news service this is Diane Bernard reporting the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says June was the hottest months on record since the began record keeping a hundred and forty years ago agency reports nine of the ten warmest June's have occurred since two thousand ten this year record high temperatures in June it parts of central and Eastern Europe and northern Russia Asia Africa South America North India ocean and across parts of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans meanwhile as.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A time when summer calling these companies are monopolies that should be broken up our fishing honey NPR news more than four million people have fled their homes in South Asia because of flooding from annual monsoon rains NPR's Lauren Frayer reports more than one hundred people have been killed over the past ten days two of India's poorest states awesome and be hard been the hardest hit roads and railway lines are under water TV footage shows bridges washed away in evacuees weeding through chest high water carrying children on their shoulders and balancing suitcases on their heads the Indian Army has been deployed to set up emergency shelters and more rain is forecast to come in pairs Lauren Frayer in Mumbai you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York good morning I'm Richard hake it's eight oh four seventy four degrees fair skies behind your eighty seven degrees today and your city is about to heat up the National Weather Service predicts that a heat wave will roll through the region this week temperatures and humidity levels will begin rising today and the heat index which takes humidity into account could get as high as one oh five to one ten on Friday and Saturday the National Weather Service defines a heat wave was that at least three consecutive days with high temperature release ninety degrees Fahrenheit con ed says it's beginning to understand what caused the lights go dark in mid town in the Upper West Side on Saturday night leaving more than seventy thousand customers without power the company said the trouble started when a thirteen thousand volt cable burned out at west sixty fourth street and west end Avenue then the utilities backup systems failed to isolate the outage spokesman fillable Brian compared to what might happen inside a home if there's a fault the living room circuit should be tripped and sort of the fuse goes out in the living room in this case the whole main circuit went out when it should have only been the one circuit to the one room o'brien says that's when several networks in the area lost power in the company says it's continuing to investigate New York freshman Democrat Alexander all Castiel Cortez's condemning president trump's attacks against her and three other can question on Aug Congress woman on this past weekend the four held a press briefing of their own yesterday how because you're Cortez as trump's remarks are an attempt to avoid discussing real issues he does not know how to defend his policies.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Time so they actually play at this level whatever times and Frances and also Sir I would as well you know its it's ten oh nine and seventy nine degrees you surgery nine minutes past the hour which P. three peach tree peach tree road St street rotary I don't I never had a dozen street not peace street does Hey what are you doing today it's it's and it sort of ten oh nine is eastern love will be changed at just about ten ten and seventy nine degrees is in Fahrenheit that's the one you're used to okay yeah we're not to confuse you only really had France today is gonna be piping hot as hell I saw all right cool to be piping hot there the beef in the fifties that's Celsius yeah makes it really hot at three that doesn't seem very hot Easter it's time yeah south fifty degrees Celsius is like ninety degrees Fahrenheit right right one hundred degrees Celsius is boiling yes I know one hundred degrees is what what what is what is in Fahrenheit what is boiling hundred nine hundred on a hot Sunday two hundred to twenty two twenty and SO zero on the Celsius is thirty two degrees to us was the freezing right makes a lot of thanks a lot of sense you know sometimes their ways to make more sense but I manage your system yeah look look I'm not a commie so I prefer our system of weights and pulleys yes how many hectares is your yard will those be hectares air Max an airing you know what meet me at three o'clock eastern I'll tell metric shame on me through this he is a misanthrope yes dark cards and it's Greg with stories right studio B. one Gregory how you doing today I'm doing all right a couple things for you yes I'm going to set it eight fifty one PM eastern eastern eastern in Atlanta yeah fifty one the sun in that segment should a set at ten OO six AM and boiling for Fahrenheit is two hundred twelve degrees now on a two twenty okay well thank you I would I think I was getting it confused with the the electrical outlets a good twenty was my head with the voltage the voltage to to I know it was something that was two twenty right see what I'm wrong I'm right about something else close that's the beauty that's the beauty of it well thank you because this is a news and information station correct thank you for bringing that to the table I preach I know people are yelling at the radio.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Whatever times on francis also i just want you to know it's it's ten nine Seventy nine degrees nursery, nine minutes past the hour, which three Peachtree Peachtree roads streets row. Duster street, Peachtree industrial. Today. and so ten oh nine is eastern that just now ten ten and seventy nine degrees is in fahrenheit That's the one you're used to. Okay. we're not gonna confuse you really really had france today it's going to be piping hot as i saw piping hot that it'd be in the fifties that's celsius yeah makes it really hot at three that doesn't seem very hot eastern france type self fifty degrees celsius is like ninety degrees fahrenheit right right one hundred degrees celsius is boiling yes how you know one hundred degrees is what is what is in fahrenheit what is boiling one hundred hundred on one hundred twenty two twenty two twenty and so zero on the celsius is thirty two degrees to us this is the freezing right makes a lot of a lot of sense you know sometimes they're ways do make more sense but look look i'm not a commie so i prefer our system of weights and police how hector's is your yard those be hectares tear victor's accent erin you know what meet me at three o'clock eastern i'll tell metric shame on me he's a missing throat he has a dark heart andy good psychiatrists Greg, Russ with stories rug. Studio B y. gregory how you doing today doing all right a couple of things for you yes it's been set at eight fifty one that killed eastern eastern's eastern atlanta fifty one the sun in that segment should've set at ten six a._m. and boiling for fahrenheit is two hundred twelve degrees to twenty okay well thank you i think i was getting confused with the the electrical outlets twenty The voltage the voltage to twenty. it.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer
"Your plants. But all it takes is one very bad wind evening, and you are in trouble and potentially rebuilding. I like to look at it like it's insurance. So if let's say my trellis on an acre is going to cost me six thousand dollars just for the Charleston carols. What I. Send an extra thousand to make sure I didn't have to spend another six thousand later. Yes, I would that's good money. So spend the money build the Charles right? Do then Jim nearing math and, and don't skimp. And it's not just about the trellis fall over either. It's about the vibrations, that are set up in the trellis. And in the cable that causes the plants to shake in the twine to move and whip around in the wind so things start to get slack than as the wind goes through it creates. You know what we call moments? So energetic impacts, and it causes things to shake around or whiparound. I've seen trellis where the twine and the cable have become so slack to twine was kinda drooping, a good foot and a half. That's just, you know, wiggle, you know, get wiggly binds in the wind's blowing them around and what you do is you create where the plant is attached to the crown at the soil. That's there's places where the plant is attached at the crown and up at the top of trellis. And if it's loose. Between there and it can just swing around and heavy wind than you create these kinks and these fractures, and creases in the bind stem low, and that's a point for bacteria to get in usually free sarum that will create what we call Fusarium canker or clubbing. And then later in the season, you'll see four healthy binds, and the fifth one is wilted and dying and you're like what the hell's going on? You looked out the base and just pulls right up out of the ground. Likely what happened was is that buying kinked or whipped around in the wind, and it got an infection, and that infection eventually closed off all the little vessels and little empty straws, that are inside that bind that suck water nutrients around in the plant Wiltz. So that's, that's usually a certainly for that by and that's a you know game over. That's so interesting too. Because the other impact there is that you see this happen, and you start to freak out about the surrounding plants. Do I have do I have a pest issue? Do I have some other sort of issue that is contagious to the rest of my binds? And you're freaking out in the wrong direction of something that really could have been dealt. With also interesting to me, is just the fact that when I think about wind damage my immediate thought processes, okay, the polls aren't in well, something snaps the whole thing falls to your point, every potential point of failure is a significant point of failure. It's not just about making sure those polls are in perfectly were nothing. Can move them. Correct. Rarely do I see an issue with the structural members of trellis and from wind damage, and most typically it's, it's the slack binds, the, the loose slack, twine or cable main line. That aren't tension properly wind damage to the plant if we have very high winds, and they come in bursts, and even if your plants are will anchored that you can get some tips, breaking off growing tips, breaking off, and if it's later in the season, you know, those plants are five six feet seven feet tall in the tip breaks off. What's going to happen is side arms are going to start pushing out, and you're gonna get this very short. But long straggling sidearms very short plant with long straggling sidearms starting to form because at growing tip controls how those sidearms developed below it. So the, the growing tips, sort of suppresses sidearm growth that, that may be very near to the tip, and then the further away from the tip the longer, they get so sort of like a Christmas tree. You take that tip off that control has gone. So now you get side aren't just growing like crazy. The good news is if you just wait a week, or so, and you let those sidearms grow take the one that's closest to the broken tip bended up and train it up as a new Beyene, and that will reestablish sort of dominance, and you can keep going so you can recover from that. But it's it's it is gonna require to go through the field and look for those binds that are broken off and, and do the repair. It really is a, a such a hands on one on, I think about you walking through the field a sidearm at a time. Repairing things. It's amazing. The amount of manual effort that has volved here huge amount and. You know on even on even a five acre plot. I mean it could be hours and hours and hours your alternatives. Do nothing and say, well, I lost that one, I'm not gonna not gonna go out and fix it. But and let's say you've got a variety that really isn't to your point talking about the, the risk of the market. Maybe it's not worth going back. Let's say a North American you're growing cascade. And it's at three dollars a pound. And so I, I can't afford to go back through and fix those plants just so I can get more cascade than Opie wants what what do you do? What is your response to that? You might leave it go. But if I had something like Kashmir or triple Pearl or saws Heli, I'd be out there training those babies backup because every single cone, and Bract and lupin gland already asked as are ready sold. Keep that in mind if you're listening to us, and you're still growing 'cascade. We should have a little chat. We should. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, that's a whole another topic. So that was wind, but, but hot air leads me to want to talk about heat, heat is a factor. People think like oh, it's really super hot out. You know, it's, it's ninety five degrees Fahrenheit or, you know, whatever you wanna talk about and celsius, that's critical for you. Thirty thirty to see. And things are just really warm. That's got to be great for growing. No, it isn't actually, because hop plants really have trouble with maintaining their physiology one their leaf temperatures get too high. The only way they have the cool themselves to evaporate, water from their leaves per our water nutrient episode. And at some point, they are just they can't move enough water through their system. There's limitations to cool and sells enough. So the other thing to do is to basically go dormant to shut down until the stress passes when that happens everything shuts down the plant stops growing if you're happen to be in bursted in your flowers or coming out, and that happens, you potentially are going to lose all of the harvest timing differentiation between varieties so high heat is not great. If you were in, let's say, Australia. And you could do overhead irrigation to help Cole those plants than they could grow through that. But certainly here in the in the states, we would be concerned about about mildew pressures because it doesn't have to be dry when it's that hot. It could still be humid as hell. It usually is here in Wisconsin. So adding more water into the system just to keep things. Cool is could actually end up doing more damage than than good. Just a cool, the plant down. So I see that a lot of people will say my hops, just they seem to stop. They're not doing anything and you look at their air temperatures. And so while you're if you're air temperatures are ninety five degrees than it sunny. That means the leaf temperatures are probably a hundred twenty to one hundred and thirty degrees in most proteins, an enzyme stopped functioning when they get over one hundred ten I know I never feel good at one hundred ten. Yeah. Well, the human body, you get much over one hundred six you're pretty much screwed. But for. Yeah. For the plants, it's very similar. So what are you gonna do? There's really not a lot, you can do unless you're gonna go out there and you're going to overhead year, gate them sprinkle them to cool them down. There's not a lot. You can do the only thing you can do is wait. And to your point irrigating over the top when you're when you're not in Australia is, is dangerous. He's perspective. And, you know, or, or unless you're in the desert in our friends in Idaho, and some of our friends in the ecm Avella can do that, too, because they, they're, they're disea-. They're funded pressure is low, they're usually very dry too. So the other thing, too, is that all different varieties respond to, you know that high heat in different ways. If you've got a delicate variety that likes cooler temperatures like centennial, you're gonna really struggle to see those things, growing and, and hitting any kind of what we consider commercial yield. If your average summertime high temperature is above probably eighty two. Degrees, which is why great and best grow great here in Wisconsin. Because, you know, it's, it's a it's a rare day for us to hit something like ninety degrees. So it loves it here. But maybe looked to something that loves high heat or actually doesn't care something like Chinook love scorching temperatures. So those are the things to keep in mind too, is the I you can have the, the odd, you know, heatwave and know that your timing's going to be maybe harvest timing might be set back a little bit. But something the plant should be able to grow out of, but if it's a constant thing right where it's like, oh, boy is just getting hotter and hotter around here, because, you know, climate change than you might need to consider changing varieties. And, you know, from a heat perspective. It's interesting, you said at the very beginning of this, the fact that, you know, heavy son, that's, that's great. And you need to become to the fact that sun and heat are two different things. Yes. Plants need sun. You need. X number of hours of sunlight doesn't mean you need it to be ninety eight degrees. Correct. Yep. So let's see we did. We did frost and cold. We did wind. We did heat. We'll probably alone, the lines of heat with, with excessive heat can come drought. They're oftentimes very, very interlinked that takes me back to the drought of twenty twelve. Where pretty much the entire mid west was under drought conditions and many of us didn't see rain for nine or ten weeks here in, in Wisconsin. It was, I think we had thirteen or fourteen days consecutive days over ninety degrees Fahrenheit, and that just doesn't happen. And along with that wasn't ninety. It was like eighty seven so it doesn't happen. But yet it has yet. Exactly. So what are you gonna do? Well, got a you know, my plant stopped, and, and, and of course, the drought hit right during bursts, where the flowers are coming out. So he had everything with flowers out at, then it gets super hot and Super Dry. And if you don't have enough water to those plants member, we talked, you know, even just a small deficit here Gatien can amount to half your yield loss. You know, we saw people's Burs, dry, up and falling off, because they just couldn't get enough war. On those plants in our year Gatien was running twenty four hours a day, because there was no water left in the soil Bank as so. We were talking about fifty thousand gallons of water acre. We were pumping water like you can't believe. And if you listen to our water episode, which was last week of you, understand the fact that when those things happen that adjusts your nutrient management, schedule because very often, you're feeding your nutrients through Eurasian. So this, this takes all of that math. We did when we talked about water and turns it on its ear. It's it's real world now. So, so along with that, that drought condition, right? The plant will also shut down if it doesn't have enough available water. It gets down to a certain point where it closes up the little pores in its leaves in order to conserve the water that it's got. And when it's doing that is not exchanging gases, and if it's not exchanging gases, it's not photo synthesizing or fixing carbon later in, in the nighttime periods. So it's not growing so drought will also. So put your plants into sort of suspended animation, the other thing to consider too, that you could see with drought, and high heat is spider mite explosions, which was the third nail in our coffin of twenty twelve where just outta nowhere for what seemed out of nowhere for hop growers spider mites everywhere overnight, what we didn't understand, was that the spider mites coming out of the soybeans, that were generally planted all the way around our hops. Now you've got massive insect infestations that are causing stress to planet already stressed. You've got no water and you have high heat time to go home at that point time to just go home. And so friends, whenever you're having a, you know, mother nature's taking you to school, and you're getting the, the will pass on you, and you farmer or anybody asks, you, you don't. How's it going? You say living the dream? Then we all know what you're talking about. It's always something. But yeah, so that the drought thing and the heat thing one combined can create a third issue, which is typically a, an insect explosion of one sort or another. So I was all set to title, this episode something about you, not exchanging gases, but with spider mite explosions, and I'm torn. Well, you know, spider mite explosions are that can happen, regardless of, of, you know, drought conditions, but certainly spider mites. Don't like water and the they actually drowned if there's too much rain. So if you get a normal rain event, you know, every week or every ten days, usually just that alone can hope keep spider mites and check. But when that disappears and it's really warm than it's game on for ever for mites. Yep. Yep. Ed's insult to injury have -solutely and again, it's like, well, okay, I'm gonna go out and spray. You can do were you geared up for that? Did you have the right compounds in house? Do you have enough of them in house, because you have to rotate them? Otherwise, you've got you've got the attention to. Actually aggravate the, the infestations, some compounds that are insect broad spectrum insecticides. Actually, 'cause spider, mites to overproduce so to, to basically send them into spider mite orgy. And, and you get heavier populations of more egg-laying. So it's a sticky wicket so you gotta be careful. Look at all how all three of those things combined into a perfect storm sounds like a horror movie. I saw recently the app, probably Yep. Yeah. That was we still talk about twenty twelve we'll be talking about.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The last letter. Okay. So this argument happens a lot. Yeah. Holo historically before he did a steady girlfriend would keep his apartment at fifty. About fifty degrees. It was seventy but I mean, dude, it was the you did not keep an say, you're such a liar. You have it at sixty something is seventy. I mean that was not cold. You said, you get the cold, that is cold for a lot of people. I mean it was seventy but then also had the ceiling fan on, you know. And then any other fans those are on, but it was always like seventy. Everyone's full blast seventy like I my bedroom now is sixty nine degrees. Buying studio. Right now is sixty three. Did know like the perfect studio temp would be like seventy eight. See. Murder. Don't they say seventy eight sorry seventy eight seventy eight is seems very cozy to me. Remember this? But Jimmy Carter, I will have to save energy. Should it be seventy eight degrees, really standing by your thermostat paternal, your air up to seventy eight on crack it'd be living at seventy eight degree? Seventy two with onyx in there, too. You probably have to kind of have a colder, I do. I'll say this over the weekend when the studio was shut down. It was like sixty five or so. And it's still I it felt pretty good. But yeah, when you get when everything's running when everything's on. I mean, it's nuts much equipment that I have in here, you have to keep it that cooler also be Mr. sweaty guy on, on the TV on the screen. But, but even if I weren't I still like it a little bit cooler. So here's the there's an argument about what the temperature should be at the workplace and carry. You actually found this story. I'm sure I did. Yes, the throat in the face. Man that wanted to be cooler helped me good arguments from time. There are new data to throw into the ongoing debate over office thermostats, but they likely won't settle any arguments, the question of how cold, it keep an office often splits workplaces by gender since women typically prefer a warmer workspace than men for reasons both biological and sociological amid expended more energy than women at rest and thus tend to run warmer, while women have higher core temperatures which can make cold air. Feel more jarring office, dress, codes males requirement to wear suits or jackets, while women can dress for warmer days, with skirts, or dresses, these differences begin to explain the thermostat war waging and offices across the country, but a two thousand fifteen paper brought the argument to a fever pitch at found the most offices said, thermostats using a male Centric, thermal comfort model spurring a slew of articles on the sexist nature of office h back systems last year. Oh, running for governor of New York, send the Nixon, and her team reignited the conversation by calling a frigid temperatures favored by men. Natori Asli, sexist. A new study published in the journal. P L O s one only Stokes the flames. It's says limit perform better on cognitive tasks, and warmer. Environmental win men do better when it's chillier. And there's all this evidence that women like higher temperatures, and there are some article Saney office temperatures, sexist. We were like is a real thing, or is it just comfort says the study's co author ethics in behavioral economics researcher at the Berlin social science center at the researchers recruited almost five hundred fifty German college students to find out groups of students completed cognitive tasks, adding double digit numbers making words assembled set of ten butter isn't solving world problems in rooms that range in temperatures from sixteen point nineteen to thirty two point fifty seven degrees celsius. It's about sixty one ninety degrees Fahrenheit that found women perform better on both math and verbal tasks as temperature increased while the opposite was true for men. Beverage such a BS nutty dude. I've never heard of study. That's more full of crap in my own time. So it might not be real time magazine. Yes. Yes. Women did better as it was more. So, in other words, let's write an article to try to get people to turn the temperature up to make men uncomfortable at work. Couple of things are important. It's not because men are required to wear suits is because we have more body mass. So we were all already hotter in temperature than women are. That's just the way it is. We are bigger people. Why is it so frigging hard understand? That's nature. This isn't this isn't, you know, some sort of I dunno biology. That's, that's micro science or something. This is normal. Hey, look better bigger women are smaller men are going to be warmer, because it got more stuff going on. And when they're going to be cooler because they're smaller and have less going on. Why is it really? When woman's body, mass increases, I either just gaining weight or getting pregnant and, and having a pregnancy issues way hotter..
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"This, this phenomenon are they right? They followed more than five hundred men and women on cognitive tasks, and roughly, sixty to ninety degrees Fahrenheit was in the room. The room temperature ninety degrees Fahrenheit, sixty to ninety degrees. Women generally perform better in warmer, temperatures men in colder one, so we've asked you ladies call and tell us is that true. Do you think that you could do better at your job or more your job? Would you be more productive if, if it was warmer, if it were warmer, all right Christine, you are in Chandler Christine, you work in an office or some kind of. Space inside. Right. I teach okay. See classroom. Yes. Okay. Do you keep it colder or warmer in that classroom? It, it will only let me go down to seventy two, but I get to Cava cooler. It would definitely be cool. Yeah. Hack writing is that. I cannot work if I am. Hi, are actually sick. And then it just makes the kids, maybe a little bit cool. It keeps them awake and acted. Okay. And that's what I've heard to the old, the old David Letterman show, he used to keep the studio at, like a brisk fifty five degrees in the ad Sullivan theater because it kept the audience awake. They were sharper. They were you know, they seen us do the same casinos do the same thing. Joining us now is Taylor, Kenner, up, our great KTAR knew is ordered, or out of the casino, plucked out of obscurity, and then plucked her in into the studio right here. Now we've had this conversation.
Icy Room Temperatures May Chill Productivity
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd yada, a few years ago, scientists determine that our thermostats are sexist namely. That office. Climates had been optimized for a hypothetical room full of forty year old hundred fifty pound men using standards developed more than fifty years ago, and that ends up leaving a lot of women in the cold, call the ballot thermostat, right? Tom Chang, a behavioral economists at the USC Marshall school of business, he says, it goes beyond comfort for women. It seems that it's not just a matter of comfort. But it also affects their productivity Chang, and his colleague tested that link between temperature and performance by quizzing five hundred forty three German students on basic addition skills, and word scrambles in rooms that varied from sixty to ninety degrees Fahrenheit. And if you went from, let's say, the low sixties to the mid seventies, you saw an increase in female performance of almost fifteen percent, one five not five zero which I found. Markedly large as much larger than I had expected the effects tapered off after the mid seventies. But men on the other hand had a small decrease in performance about three percent as temperatures rose to the mid seventies, the results are in the journal plus one and there's a chance. These findings might explain things like disparities test scores on the SAT the longstanding gap in performance between high school boys and high school girls on the map portion of the SAT's approximately four percent. So given the effect size refinding. That's three degrees. Difference in indoor temperature still, he says, I wouldn't go running off writing policy off of one study. But it seems Cynthia Nixon had the thermostat dialed in just right last year. The actor turned politician was preparing to debate Andrew Cuomo as vita for the democratic nomination for New York state, governor debate venues are usually kept pretty chilly. But she requested a more balmy. And perhaps cognitively friendly, Seventy-six degrees. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata.
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Happens in two four o'clock hour then we'd get to serious. It didn't quite win. So is this, this is an extra news story that women's performance at work is being affected by low? Temperatures in, in this has happened, obviously, in our office. We have a very, interesting H vaccinate them that we're testing right now to try and get the perfect temperature to sterile like, but I every week every week is someone here with the, you know, the cone air suckers, we roll the dice, we see that's fun. But because I am the only woman on this show in this studio, Tracy Taylor's on in a different studio. I make sure that I have a three different jackets, and I have borrowed plug in electric gloves that I'm wearing in may. So this is size. Across the board in office. Places women are bothered by and it's actually affecting their performance. Yeah. And what they're saying is women do tend to layer up. They tend to make sure that they are going to be warm for their own personal body and how much weight they have. So they know how how much more fabric, they need on them to keep them more. But scientific studies have already shown that offices are set for men and their preferred temperatures. And so the issue with that is, when you have a mixed group, you can't really find the best possible way. So it varies between sixty one and ninety degrees Fahrenheit. Off what kind of evil terrible? Torturous tyrannical awful human being would ever said it above seventy when the room was warmer, though for a bunch of these tests. They found out that women answered more questions on math and verbal test correctly. Got more questions. Right. So just as there increasing the temperature women are just more comfortable and not worried about how cold, they are it just kind of even doubt to better performance. Okay. So what's the perfect temperature for women then as if a women are all one being? Yeah, I know it was all just homogeneous sixteen. From the two oh, six oh. The temperature and office, thermostat IFA res at work all the time. Then I leave, I'm wearing a hoodie and jeans. And I just roasts as soon as I get outside. Yup. From the two five three absolutely a problem at work, but I- bundle up because I don't want to see some of these men with no shirts. Okay. We'll see. That's a little different from the two six women are always freezing. But this is human nature, any man who's ever had a girlfriend in his life knows that women are always cold, and I completely freeze at work. Now can I tell you something about my wife, this is this to that point does I don't know this might be a personal question for everybody. But do you ever touch your girlfriend's feet or your wife's feet? And they're literally like frightfully cold. Like you think they might fall right now? But they feel my hand right now. Don't do it don't have this conversation about touching. You know what you're both week. No, because my wife. He will put her feet on my legs..
"ninety degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Life on this earth is scheduled to be transformed by climate change. And that's really what my book is about. Not just what the science tells us about what's going to happen. But how the way that we will live. We'll be changed by these forces were festival. I'm looking at right now. That shows the average percent of days over ninety degrees Fahrenheit. And these are all US stations. The percent of days over ninety degrees Fahrenheit. Starting in about nineteen twenty was it about ten percent. Between nineteen twenty and nineteen forty peaked at about thirteen percent. From about nineteen thirty to about nineteen fifty. It dropped down to about nine percent spiked. Again in nineteen fifty up to about twelve percent and has been on a steady decline since nineteen fifty. So that in two thousand eighteen the average percent of days over ninety degrees Fahrenheit was slightly to below ten percent. Exactly where it was back in nineteen ten. Don't tell me. The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere today. Is the same as it was in nineteen ten or nineteen twenty. Because we know that it's not. We know and I freely admit that the amount of greenhouse gases including CO two, which is a naturally occurring gas. Has of course increased. There are more people there more. There's more fossil fuels being burned economies are growing. China is is off the chart in terms of emissions. When you look in the United States at the annual average percent of days over ninety degrees Fahrenheit. We're right back to where we were. Back nearly nineteen hundreds. And somehow I'm supposed to be scared to death that we're going to have more wars. And we're going to have more murders were even going to have more rapes nothing. You're that out. What? It gets gets hot. More dirtbags, go out and commit more rapes. Absolutely makes no sense whatsoever. So here's your experience experiment for the for the weekend. Do a little digging of your own and just figure out what the record high. Highs were the. What the record low highs were figuring out what the record lows, and then what the record high lows were figure out what those extremes were. And when did they occur? Go look at the percentage of days over ninety degrees Fahrenheit in the United States alone. And see how that trend line. Spike spike to spiked in between nineteen. Looks like about nineteen thirty up to about nineteen forty is spiked to a high of about thirteen percent. Spiked again in nineteen fifty to about twelve percent. But that's a trend line. That's decreasing in decreased every year since. Little bitty spikes here. And there.
Japan, Thailand and Ninety Degrees Fahrenheit discussed on The Takeaway
"Media attention is focused on cave rescue efforts in thailand heavy rains have also caused massive flooding and landslides across southwest japan at least one hundred people have died and two million people have been ordered to evacuate the area william maladies japan bureau chief for reuters and he joins me now from tokyo billy thanks for being with us thanks it's a pleasure to be with you so on the scale of what has happened in japan historically where does this type of rainfall fall means this one of the worst that we've seen it's a bad one but that said we seem to be having worst in a century worst in a half century rainfalls kind of every year right now in terms of the death toll we're sort of on a worst in thirty five years and so were these storms expected was this just a question of not having the proper approach mccalls in place or was this something that the the locals and the local government were prepared for in one sense they were prepared and in one sense you can never be prepared in japan japan is a gets inundated around this time of year every year and certainly in the last few years and maybe because of climate change we've had extreme weather conditions every year but at the same time there's just the immutable fact that you've got half the population of the united states squeezed into a landmass the size of california with actually that arable land of south carolina so people are really squeezed in tight and that means that whenever there are floods there are going to be people and buildings and companies in flood plains and up against squeezed up against hills and mountains where you're gonna have floods and landslides so it's almost inevitable that when these rains come through you're gonna have a whole lot of damage can you give us a sense of what the damage looks like right now we're seeing lots of aerial footage an aerial photos presumably from drones and other types of equipment what are you seeing on the ground actually now the flood waters have receded a lot after the main reins of past it's been extremely hot it's close to ninety degrees fahrenheit and a lot of this water has receded really fast but for a while there we had people who were really stranded we had lots of flooding that was up to sort of second floors there was a very you know heartrending scene at a hospital in the mob he district of could ascii city which is a beautiful tourist city in western japan is built on canals and the the patients were all stranded they were moved up to second and third floors and a lot of them were helicoptered out early on but then the waters are seated and they were taken away so now we're in the stage where mudd is turning to dust and we're just seeing very different from the jubilant scenes in thailand of the soccer kids getting pulled out of the caves mostly now what we're seeing is i'm afraid you know old people being found stuck in mud in their homes and you know that's where that's where the sort of casualty figures are coming from william mallard is japan bureau chief for reuters bill thanks so much for joining us you bet thank you.