27 Burst results for "North Pacific"

Houston To Tighten Security Amid Threat Of Armed Protests Ahead Of Inauguration

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | Last week

Houston To Tighten Security Amid Threat Of Armed Protests Ahead Of Inauguration

"Top cop says his department is working with local sheriff's departments, constables and federal agencies to ensure peace on Inauguration Day next week, Chief Art Acevedo says it'll be all hands on deck after last week's Break in at the U. S. Capitol North Pacific threat We will be in a modified tactical alert in that tactical overlord will remain through the inauguration on January 20th chief, adding that one of his officers likely faces federal charges for traveling to D C and taking part in the capital Breaking that officer has already been placed on administrative leave.

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150 cannery workers forced into hotel quarantine without pay

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

150 cannery workers forced into hotel quarantine without pay

"A new lawsuit says about a hundred and fifty seasonal workers hired by an Alaskan cannery are being forced to quarantine without pay at a Los Angeles hotel after three of them tested positive for corona virus the lawsuit says the workers most from Mexico and southern California have been stuck at the crown plaza LAX since June tenth they were hired by north Pacific seafoods to work at a salmon cannery in

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The Eastern Pacific Ocean Just Saw Its Earliest Tropical Cyclone On Record

Snap Judgment

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

The Eastern Pacific Ocean Just Saw Its Earliest Tropical Cyclone On Record

"In Brussels a tropical depression has formed in the eastern north Pacific far off the coast of Mexico this is the earliest formation of a tropical cyclone on record in the eastern Pacific Ocean since the satellite era began in nineteen sixty six forecasters say they don't expect it to grow into a named tropical

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The Eastern Pacific Ocean Just Saw Its Earliest Tropical Cyclone On Record

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

The Eastern Pacific Ocean Just Saw Its Earliest Tropical Cyclone On Record

"The earliest tropical cyclone on record is formed in the eastern north Pacific far off the coast of Mexico the U. S. national hurricane center said the tropical depression one he had a maximum sustained wind of thirty five miles an hour today it's not forecasted to grow into a bling unnamed tropical storm before weakening but forecasters say that cannot be ruled out the storm was expected to fade and a remnant low by Sunday night the hurricane center said is the earliest formation of a tropical cyclone in the eastern north Pacific since the satellite era began back in nineteen sixty

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"north pacific" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"north pacific" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"North Pacific New York cases are so much ahead of the rest of the country I mean it by such a wide margin I don't know they're gonna totally catch up but I don't know that it will be as pronounced as it looks right now as it looks right now I don't think anybody until we see the number start to diminish enormously in New York still even think of anybody coming into the city until we get past the curve now I know that watching from one thanks for the call he feels that where the Canary in the coal mine which means we all the harbinger of things to come for the rest of the country they're going to be how the hot spots that become New York and we're gonna be passed that I don't know that that's accurate or not we have to wait and see that happen it has to manifest itself last night was a very bad night for New York in terms of number of people within the hospital and the number of new cases they will both enormous numbers fourteen percent of the people testing positive listen we're in a hospital and you had over like five thousand new cases last night that's an enormous amount for one night and I don't know if it's going to continue like that but most of the experts that I've seen talk about New York say that we're anywhere from ten to fourteen days away from peak in New York and then it should taper start to taper down I don't know if it'll be tapering down around the rest of the country that time or not they feel New York will be and the way these numbers are going up they better hope that they office soon reaching the apex in the Aug because otherwise the numbers in the office is going to get astronomical because there was so much more that we are doing one third of the nation's testing in our country I mean a lot in our in our state one third of the nation more than one third thirty one point something percent of the nation's testing has been in New York I don't even know why that is that what we've done so much more testing everybody else but we have I just think we have more cases we have more people and we have more everything that's basically it I we live in very close proximity but right now there can't be any issue about but as you said if everything else mu opens up I can't see anything opening up a New York being involved until New York starts to get better and we have to see the case is thought to recently okay before we can even talk about it have anybody come in the office right now they want to let people from the oak in the other parts of the country the stop in at I mean they'll let you fly it from New York in the roof and anyway now they're trying to stop it everywhere so until we see New York reach that apex installed down which bus you said is going to happen which these other experts are so they said would happen within ten to fourteen days let's see if the right Casamigos tequila is always brings in the program brought to you by those who drink it stay safe and we'll see you tomorrow this is branded with a radio dot com sports minute March twenty sixth nineteen seventy nine what were you doing well I'm not exactly sure what I was doing but there's a decent chance I was sitting somewhere in front of a TV or maybe well my pops is lap watching Larry Bird and Magic Johnson get after it in what is still the highest rated TV college baseball game of all time and re wrote the entire half of the NBA immediately there after they saved it a showmanship for magic in a blue collar grit from bird but it all worked out and it worked out to the point where it's safe to say no duo has ever done anything remotely for their support like this they will bid for basketball individuals sure M. J. the sneaker revolution no doubt Tiger Woods bringing energy to the golf course Steph curry with the three point proficiency but for two people to completely change the path of the sport magic take a bow all these years later still the best.

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Polynesian Explorers

Travel with Rick Steves

08:10 min | 1 year ago

Polynesian Explorers

"Thompson has been in examining oral histories the records of Captain Cook and the accomplishments of the Polynesian voyaging society. All to investigate what it can tell us about how we view the world. Today she pieces together the navigation puzzle of sailors and settlers in her book. See People Christina. Welcome thanks for having me. So when when we think of Polynesia talk about how big it is and what it has in common culturally so Polynesia is the area that is inside of this triangle we'll formed by Hawaii in the North New Zealand in the southwest and Easter Island in the southeast. It's an area of about ten million square miles and it smack in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and it happens that all the people who live on the islands in this area which is the island's that people have heard of like Tahiti or saw more or maybe the mark cases they all share a common cultural heritage. They all speak related languages and they have a similar genetic. Ming up no Christina. You say ten million square miles and originally they were not populated by human beings at all so somehow people had to get there and there was no communication. People didn't right. They didn't have metal tools. They didn't have navigational devices that I can imagine. Can you just kind of paint a picture to the best that we can. We're were there caravans of canoes just going out into the unknown C or how did these islands become populated originally well. I think one thing we don't know is how many canoes necessarily sailed together but basically the idea is that you know some thousands of years ago over in what sometimes people call the island nursery Sirri of Southeast Asia in the islands around the Philippines and Indonesia and stuff people developed an outrigger. which is this thing that sticks out from the side of the canoe to keep it balanced to keep it from from tipping over and with the development of the outrigger people started to be able to make some longer distance? Voyages and the canoes the Polynesian sailed in were like Catamaran's they had to halls else and they were stable and they could carry a load of people and animals and so they started making longer and longer voyages. There's some again some thousands of years ago from this western side of the Pacific out further and further and further into the mid Pacific. But it must have been hit or miss because they didn't have maps. They didn't have radar. They didn't know where the islands were if they were islands. Do you think they were just kind of going toward the sunset and hoping to hit land now the sunrise is actually but they obviously looking for islands and the islands are what they call inter visible. You can see one from. I'm the other in the Western Pacific. A lot of them are. There's a big leap when they get past that point and they start to sail out to islands that you can't see so they're probably exploring hiring and looking for them they really were amazing navigators. They weren't sailing blinds. They understood how to go to one place and sail back from that place after. Remember where that place was and things like that. They must have been exploring but we don't really know how they found islands like the end of Hawaii. Which is the islands of Hawaii are very isolated in the North Pacific? How did they find them who knows because we have no written history people? Just build a raft. That was kind of like one of those early outriggers Imagining how they might have done it and just without knowing if they did it prove that they could have done it like those. Expeditions seemed to be part of science right right so the the earliest one was was to Harles kon-tiki raft which he he allowed to drift basically from the coast of South America and ended up in the middle of the Pacific on the tomatoes. And that was an kind of an early experiment in this vain but then in the nineteen seventies in Hawaii some people got together and decided to try and build a true replica vessel so a copy of what they imagined. An ancient Polynesian voyaging canoe would been like and they decided to try and sale it from Hawaii to Tahiti and back again and that was the beginning of what what is really kind of an experimental voyaging movement in Hawaii. And what was that expedition called. The ship was called Hokule'a it Okla has made an around the world voyage now but that was in two thousand sixteen I guess but between Nineteen Seventy in two thousand sixteen they have made voyages absolutely everywhere. They sailed to to Easter to New Zealand. All around the Pacific to the point is to prove that it could be done yet to show the voyaging capacity of the Polynesians basically to show that non instrumental. Navigation vacation is really a thing and that people can go very long distances using it. You know that it's a real technique. You said they sailed it. Is it drifting with the wind and the tides is it with a sale or is it paddling they have a sale. They have a steering paddle but they sail. What were the very first contact with European society like in the Polynesian World? Some of them were violent. Some of them were not. We don't have any idea what the markes ins thought of men Donya when he arrived Zeppelin we know record of it and what I mean. There's the record of the Spanish but we don't really know for sure what archaisms thought There was a little bit of that I think. In some cases there it was all in some cases there was fear in some cases. There was something that you might call. Greed greed Westerners. No on the part of the I mean I. I think that a lot of islanders actually looked at these ships once they realized kind of what was going on and who these people were they actually wanted the ships. There are definitely stories of ambushes. Did they have some kind of A religious context again in the case of the conquistadors from Spain I mean in their religion I understand. It was on this certain year. A man on a horse you know was going to come and on that certain year the man on the horse with the beard came just like their scripture said and they disfigured this must be divided and they laid down their weapons and was there any kind of dimension of that local cultural religion with the arrival of the first Europeans pins or was it the opposite The story of Cook's arrival in Hawaii is kind of like that story that he arrived during a festival in he seemed to be the embodiment of the deity. Who was being celebrated in the Festival because switches to happen that he arrived at that time? I think that that added to the confusion of cooks experience. AGREEANCE cook was killed in Hawaii. That was where he died. And it was not long after this encounter during this festival period and I think it added to sort of chaos and confusion that he had Iraq during that a period. This is travel with. Rick Steves talking with Christina Thompson. Her book is see people the Puzzle of Polynesia and we're talking about early explorers of the Pacific both before the Europeans arrived and after so captain cook arrived and they thought. Oh It's a festival in here comes God and then things went sour and they killed killed them. Tell us a little more about that. So what happened. Is that Cook. He went up north to Alaska and then or the Northwest Pacific and then he came down and when he came down he was looking for a place to rest his crew and he sort of hit the island of Maui and then he went east so he sailed all the way around the big island before he found a place to come to rest his crew and that meant that he was sailing in his ship all the way slowly because against the wind all the way around the big island for quite a while and so when he arrived the legend of Lono the God that he sort of seemed to be representing was that Leno passed around the island in the same. I'm way he was represented as carrying a staff with White Tapa cloth on it which is sort of like the the ship to mass in their sales so just a lot of things lined up kind of strangely initially and then what happened was he. They went through all this festival these festivals and celebrations and then Cook sailed away and that should have been the end of it he should have just sailed away that would be fine but his mast broke just offshore and he had to return and when he returned he wasn't supposed to return according to the legends. He wasn't supposed to come back until the next year. So people were confused by that and then there was an altercation. He died in the clash not long after he returned.

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Extremely low cod numbers lead feds to close the Gulf of Alaska fishery for the first time

Forum

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Extremely low cod numbers lead feds to close the Gulf of Alaska fishery for the first time

"The federal cod fishery in the Gulf of Alaska is closing for the twenty twenty season is the the first first first time time time time that that that that the the the the fishery fishery fishery fishery is is is is close close close close because because because because of of of of concerns concerns concerns concerns over over over over low low low low stock stock stock stock as as as as could could could could be be be be the the the the George George George George of of of of member member member member station station station station K. K. K. K. M. M. M. M. X. X. X. X. T. T. T. T. reports reports reports reports the the the the north north north north Pacific Pacific Pacific Pacific marine fisheries council blames global warming warming ocean temperature is linked to climate change have wreaked havoc on a number of Alaska's fisheries in recent years including cod a massive Pacific Ocean heat wave a few years ago collapse card numbers by more than half and a stock assessment this fall put Gulf of Alaska cop populations at a historic low reporting and next to no new acts the decision to close the fishery which was slated to begin next month was not a surprise but for many parts of coastal Alaska it represents a major hit to the winter economy threatening it not just fishermen but entire communities built around the industry the council will re evaluate the fishery for the twenty twenty one season next fall

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Scientists warn of too many pink salmon in North Pacific

AP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Scientists warn of too many pink salmon in North Pacific

"Scientists say there are too many pink salmon in the north Pacific pink salmon are wildly abundant in odd number years and less abundant in even numbered years they make up nearly seventy percent of what's now the largest number of salmon populating the north Pacific sinful even number years they make up nearly seventy percent of what's now the largest number of salmon populating the north Pacific since the last century button increasing number of marine researchers say the voracious eaters are thriving at the expense of higher value sock ice salmon sea birds and other species because they're all competing for the same food in addition to the flourishing wild populations of pink salmon Alaska hatcheries release one point eight billion pink salmon fry annually the state of Alaska is nearing the end of a twelve year study looking at the proportions of hatchery fish that swim into streams that study is also looking into whether or not changing ocean conditions can affect various species differently and make one of them better able to

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Pacific Ocean And Cape Canaveral discussed on Orlando's Morning News

Orlando's Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Pacific Ocean And Cape Canaveral discussed on Orlando's Morning News

"Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the north Pacific Ocean splashdown of the Apollo eleven moon mission and crew not by coincidence it's lunch date Cape Canaveral SpaceX plans to launch a falcon nine resupply mission to the space station there's no launch window today it either launches at six twenty four PM today or it'll have to be

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"north pacific" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"north pacific" Discussed on 1A

"Into the watersheds. Heads so the fascination with salmon is I think something primordial at a very basic level for humans but it's also what ties together the four countries of the North Pacific so Gaito if salmon or that important they are keystone species if the salmon are doing well then the species around them are doing well if they're not in that indicates that something's wrong how are wild salmon today well what's happening is if you look at that that fast arc releasing them <hes> in the pattern is climbing north from south off to north so on the Asian side Japan has almost no wild salmon left all their fish come from huge <hes> fish hatcheries big concrete production centres <hes> the Russian Far East has tons of habitat but they're suffering through heavy poaching pressure pressure on their salmon runs illegal fishing and the Amore River which flows from Mongolia and the interior of Russia East into the Sea of a huts twice the size of the Columbia. I mean vast watershed their salmon. Runs are collapsing zing as we speak depriving first nations indigenous groups in the lower ammo of the fish they need and the rest north of the more the runs are doing pretty well so far <hes> on the Pacific side. Most of the salmon south of Canada are listed now is endangered species and are the subject of the most ambitious recovery effort of any species in the human experience so far we've not been able to recover any populations to the point that can be taken off the endangered species list but we've prevented extinctions and now as we move North into British Columbia puget sound is now in trouble <hes> the killer whales are not having enough Chinook salmon to eat. I mean last year. It was tragic of a female ORCA. <hes> in her baby died because there wasn't enough salmon to to eat and she carried that baby around for seventeen days <hes> debt I mean it was heartbreaker. All of.

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Magnetic Salmon

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Magnetic Salmon

"Here's an moment of science trivia question Yale. Why is a guy salmon like a compass? What that's quite the riddle dying. Can you give me a hint we could do with magnets, well, compass points north thanks to the pull of the earth's geomagnetic field. But what does that have to do with fish quite a lot? In fact, it turns out that sockeye salmon are also sensitive to the earth's magnetic pool. Scientists have discovered evidence showing that salmon use a nifty trick called geomagnetic imprinting to find their way home to their birth. Rivers geomagnetic imprinting how so salmon can detect the precise geomagnetic feel of rivers location, and memorize it to help them return later. How did the scientists figure that out on allies migration? Data for guys, salmon, born and British Cologne. Via's Fraser river, this fish, leave the river to spend their adult life in the north Pacific Ocean two years later, they returned to spawn. Here's the thing though. They either have to swim around the north or the south end of Vancouver island to get back. The number of salmon using the northern route as steadily increased over the last century. And the scientists figured out that the IRS shifting geomagnetic fields were involved. Let me guess the magnetic field at the mouth of the Fraser river used to line up with the southern route. But these days it coincides with the northern passage instead, you've got it. And that is why Simon is like a compass and uses yours magnetic field appointed self in the right direction and find its way home. This moment of science comes from Indiana University on the web as a moment science dot org. I'm Don glass, and I'm Yale Cassandra.

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Did climate change bankrupt an electric company?

Climate Cast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Did climate change bankrupt an electric company?

"A warming north Pacific Ocean. So Michael has somebody who talks to a lot of climate scientists and follows. The news and the science and the solutions with climate change and has seen these extreme weather upticks in the past several years. I look at this. And you know, I'm thinking, okay, here we go. And I'm wondering as you look at this. What will you be watching for in the next few years? Well, I think the problem is only going to get worse. Right. And so we need to start really trying to get ahead of it. And think about how we can enjoy the enormous human progress we made in the twentieth century, right? In terms of how we live our lives, and the the in a way that is consistent with the changing physical risks that climate change is going to create for all of us, you know, in different ways, depending on where we live, but for all of us, and in California, you know, there's a there's a very interesting conversation starting to. Happen about how we operate the electric grid in these risky areas. Right. One assumption that many people have is at the electricity is almost always on. But in California in these risky places. People are becoming more open to the idea that the power is going to get turned off when the wind is blowing. And as a consequence of people are more interested in, you know, getting access maybe assistance with getting access to distributed energy, essentially, the backup power. So that they don't care when the greatest turned off. And that that that sort of chain changing how we? How we operate our physical infrastructure to take account up and how we construct our fiscal infrastructure to take account of the changing risks. It's going to be a really important part of how we avoid some of these worst impacts. But that's also going to be expensive. Right. It's it's gonna be. It's not free to have backup power, particularly in California. We all wanna have batteries and solar power. You know, no one wants to buy diesel generator. And and then might be illegal depending on where you are in California because of our real severe problems with air quality. So it's it's a it's I I think rethinking kind of our footprint on the earth, and how we interact with natural systems is going to be a really important part of sort of stepping out of the way stepping off the tracks. As the freight train is coming at us. And that's a conversation that starting in California and with respect to wildfire. Are in a very different way than for example. The conversation around sea level rise has happened. So far in California. Where are you see lots of local governments having, you know, climate adaptation conversations about sea level rise, even as they are permiting, lots of homes at sea level on the beach. And you know, there's not there's not action in words don't match up yet for C level. But for fire, I think that we're likely to see much more much, greater consistency. Just because people can't afford it anymore. Governments can't afford it. You know, even the state of California can't afford to to sustain these losses year on year. Well, and when a seventeen billion dollar corporation is brought to its knees by wildfires and climate change that will certainly get your attention to Michael Juarez, senior research scholar at Stanford woods institute for the environment. Great talk today. Thanks for sharing your insight on climate cast. It's my pleasure. Thanks for having me on.

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"north pacific" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"North Pacific Coast Highway for now, Mike. Back to you. Thanks god. We're going to take on these wind conditions and talk about win. The Santa Anna's come back through won't be long. This is a short break for the firefighters. But right now three zero five traffic every ten minutes on the fives. Brian Douglas, well with everything we've been hearing. It's understandable into the to realize that PCH will be shut down until further notice at Las pulses to the north to the south it'll be Sunset Boulevard. So our first responders our firefighters can get in there and and battle this fire. And I think battle is the word we're looking at here all the canyon roads north and south remain shut down if you have to evacuate and you haven't yet you're going to be directed south probably most likely to PCH may she listened to officials what you're going to put you southbound towards Santa Monica boulevard, whispering. Scotty back in in sky five with an update now on the big closure are one zero one freeway shut down in both directions between race adobe Bali circle. You're not going to be able to get through that stretch. It's a very long stretch between Westlake village at Calabasas. So you're working around. Is basically trying to get yourself up to the one eighteen which I'm looking at right now, it's not that bad. It is open at both directions. San Fernando Valley to deter county used to twenty northbound four zero five northbound to get yourself up to the eighteen if you want to go way out of your way, you could also use to what twenty six that is open. We a Sigler are the ones that to Highland Park. Champ Cabot Logan, just before Marmi way. It's the one ten north with an injury crash and overturned vehicle to right lanes remain blocked there in the fire department just reopened that left lane. But you still sitting in that volume approaching avenue fifty two on that northbound Arroyo Seco Parkway. Speaking of a fire car fire looks like the fires out. This is our ninety one. It is westbound Kramer Klis cell, and it's off actually off the freeway itself. Looks like it may be on the on ramp of fire department has that right lane blocked a little heavy from Tustin. And it looks like we've got a stall affecting your seven ten southbound at Firestone. It looks like this is just been moved to the right? So I see a little slowing there as well. And next report comes up at three fifteen I'm Brian Douglas, and we're traffic ports..

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"north pacific" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Globe. And every now, and then I'll go and look at it and go. Oh, yeah. Listen. How many states do you think you could appropriately place just the United States map? But mostly the outer portion the coast start with my anchors of New York, California, Texas and Florida, get Florida. Everybody can find right? I think we all know, not Portland, Oregon. Yeah. Although Washington is higher than Oregon. Yes. Yes. That's the the highest north Pacific. Right, right. Don't. Pacific came. Well, here's what I figured. I think technically would be considered. It's southern most point. Cape name, and it is further south than Pennsylvania. Where I grew up which is. Surprising. I guess. Wow. I'm a dummy. I always thought New Jersey was kind of above New York, not below New York. No, New York is north east. Are you looking at a map right now? No. I just know what direction I have to drive to get. Well, I have I can I have one right here. Doc. I ask you what state is. Pennsylvania is has a state to its right, which is New Jersey. Right. And it has a state to its left. You know that? Yeah. I don't know what it is. Oh, Brian any guesses? I'm taking a quiz. I wasn't listening. What New Jersey is the state to the right of Pennsylvania. What state is just to the left? We all know, you know, here in Minnesota. Of course, we know that we've got Wisconsin, Iowa and the Dakotas corral your surrounding states and outside of that it gets real dodgy. I mean, I said for a million dollars you get one shot, and you have to within in less than ten seconds. Identify Wyoming now now challenging somewhere in the middle flyover state. You know, and it gets tricky out east too because everything's so little and they're all on top of one another Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut. Rhode island. You know, where any of those stop, Dan, it just got one wrong you fill the state. Yeah. I got I got a Connecticut and Rhode Island mixed up, dammit. Rhode Island's always going to be the teeny tiny one. Yep. What state is right next to California. Well, there are two states that are right beside California, Nevada is one. What's out that way? I don't know Utah. Arizona. This is quite embarrassing. Yes. Of course. Not gonna play this with you anymore. I want to tell you about clown NATO k. Right. He's got another one rounded New Hampshire. All right. That is kind of fun to play. I did that not that long ago. I was like oh look can like boy how would you do in Canada? Canada. No manitoba. How about Toronto? That's all. I know Toronto's a thing. Thank you. Thank you. Stay for that. All right. How many ninety one percent good for you? You guys want to hear about clowney? I'm kind of knee-deep in this geography. But where would the clown NATO strike now that we're looking at? Thanks for asking. I don't know. But somehow there's a tornado still involved like shark NATO. I don't know. It doesn't tell me what states is this a gag. Or is this really going to happen because our new oh, no. I think there's a trailer or new fear of sharks has now been replaced by clowns. Because of that it movie last year it movie wasn't that scare? I just watched it for the first time last week. I thought it was so overrated. It's like stop that scary. Oh, it's it's it's a little creepy. I did a good job you did too. Well, because then I kind of started to like the character. He's such a good actor that Bill scars, garlic. And that's all I saw like. Oh, wow. Yeah. More. Go cloud for the cloud because he's such a good actor at one point wanted it to be more supernatural scary than it was slasher kind of. I thought it was supernatural slashing nixed. It too much the things that scare me or like ghosts. Yeah. Ghosts and devil stuff. He'd love the haunting at hill house, Donna, that's why I couldn't watch it in the first episode now can't do it cannot do it. Steve. Hey, how's it going great? Seems like studying a map as we know. I just don't like any of those movies. I would not see it even though you guys say, it's not scary overrated would still I just don't clouds. I like clowns. I don't have a bad feeling about closet. I don't wanna ruin that. I work next to a clown legitimately this guy. Once a year is up as a clown. Yeah. You're talking about Ryan. Oh, yeah. I would like to see you when you're outfit. It's all even come to the cabin mortgage, July this clown NATO trailers, we just get an invite has a cabin. Oh, what's the cabin? What? It's a nice spot up up near hibbing. And if someone didn't know if they were blindfolded and they arrive there would they say automatically all I'm a cabin up north. I live in a home. It's not a leg. There's always a big distinction between cabins and lake home. Yeah. Time like a lake home has a Panini press and a trash compactor where a cabin is. You don't have that much privacy sand. And you know, it's. You can't you kind of have to lose your inhibitions and be close with one another. And it's you know, would everywhere. Well, yeah, I would say that would be the one distinction for me is when I think Kevin I think log cabin. I don't think of a house with siding on a lake right? If you get out of your comfort zone a bit for it to be a cabin. So do you guys are rough it a bit you both have cabins. Right. I mean, it's considered cabins. Yes. Yes. Are you? Do you feel like the people who do like homes, they're not as authentic? No, no, no, not at all. I just wish they would clarify it to me when someone goes to a cabin. Like, I had a relative recently say to me, you need a new TV, and I go, no, I don't what do I need a TV for what that's the charm of a cab. You do have an AC unit at your cabin, which I disagree with that is a unit which by the way, I have to go take out this weekend. But I disagree with that central. Central air the windows. Gets hot. It gets. Queen. Well, wow. Have cable? I don't have dish. I don't have anything like that trying WI fi have wifi. Just got y five of them last couple of years to get reception. Yeah. So you said during subject, we can do work. See I don't have. I don't we don't have a cabin. We don't have a lake home. We don't away we have a couple of people in our circle that someone has a cabin someone is a lake home. And we've been all you need. That's all you need is friends with a cabin trust me. It's not worth it. I'm glad we covered. All of this goes. This was our hot dish segment forward today. Clown ITO is coming to Rhode Island is it's awful. It's very gory clowns flying through the sky. No, I think it might be may be a metaphor for just like a group of clowns all like a bunch of like goof-balls. No. Well, if you call disembowelment goofing, man. Yeah. Yeah. This is gross. Don't watch some happy Steph. When we come back Ryan, I've got something for you. I can't believe they've waited this long. It's a it's a little techy. Oh, little piece of technology that I would like to share with you. Oh, I've got something for the song. That's playing in your head at all times. Steve patterson? Oh, yeah. That's right. That's on the way. And also our Facebook question, we're going to get to some of your answers. The question was what is the best deal? You've ever gotten score. Great. There could be a vacation could be a pair of shoes. Whatever you got. We'll get to some of your answers when we come right back on mytalk one zero seven one, Lori and Julia..

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"north pacific" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

KSKA 91.1 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

"Flynn that i'm inhabiting i've been on this island for several hours and then this big bunch of harbor seals has come out with the falling tide it's about low tide right now as the tide comes in eventually it'll wash these seals back into the water but right now they're in their glory just as i am basking in this unaccustomed autumn warmth it's a tiny little island just a low mound of bedrock and sand surrounded by rocky reefs and thick beds of kelp gentle surf breaking all around on a day like this but in the winter sometimes it just roars right over the top that's a quintessential sound in the north pacific costa black voiced or catcher we got a lot of other birds around to their several hundred goals there's a few little shore birds and a bunch of crows rambling around feeding along the tide line as they look off toward the south and toward the west there's the north pacific ocean in all its immensity stretching off to the far distant horizon you can really feel here the fact that water covers three quarters of our world and that the pacific is the biggest pond of a mall but the seals are having a bit of a respite from their life in the water they're lounging on the rocks and have been for long enough that most of them are dry and frizzy looking well seals come to us like an unexpected gift from the ocean world most of us i think have a special affection for seals i'm not sure why that is maybe it's because as we look into their faces i think they remind us of our closest animal companion the dog their head and face strikingly similar to something like a shiny wet broad headed labrador but the body is totally different you never appreciate that more than when they're lying on a shore like this if they look like a dog it's a dog in a sack and as i look now at the closest seal which is looking right at me i don't think it can hear my voice because of the sound of the surf they vary in how cautious they are in this one just keeps raising its head interestingly in the bright low sunshine now there's a group of thirty or forty goals fluttering back and forth over the seals.

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"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"This kind of the specialized business oh yeah very very more show how did we what are we talking about you i was going to go to stop trump going to use her i was going to use her travel agency and that i realized it caused too much and i'm like what's that about in she goes yeah you know if i thought you could i ask for i tell you could do the book a ticket and she goes like can you know but you have to pay for it like i didn't know that no no i get i know and i was guys said well how much and shields walks you know by gober thousand bucks uh why is that like i said you could probably get to south korea even on short notice for less than that well i mean i'm book at a purse firstclass cricket i mean briefing tuesday way you're a first class tension applied over there coach i mean it's a long way man i'm going over the north pacific and you're going to go you're going and going and going right when you think you're almost variability plane you peter almost and you look out the window is still ocean imagine that happened to me gives a sweet jcc in and booked the ticket because was what because you didn't levin a first class stood at haripur where cricket broker or triggered code treatment yuka well they've sold out in it between the time between attorney you set your kid make between the time you've heard between the time you said you'd get a firstclass ticket and the time that they told you it was sold out and then a tiny said okay they'll get up coach picket that meant that much time i go yeah they go the estate sold out i go away and they go coach.

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"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"This kind of the specialized business oh yeah very very more show how did we what are we talking about you i was going to go to stop trump going to use her i was going to use her travel agency and that i realized it caused too much and i'm like what's that about in she goes yeah you know if i thought you could i ask for i tell you could do the book a ticket and she goes like can you know but you have to pay for it like i didn't know that no no i get i know and i was guys said well how much and shields walks you know by gober thousand bucks uh why is that like i said you could probably get to south korea even on short notice for less than that well i mean i'm book at a purse firstclass cricket i mean briefing tuesday way you're a first class tension applied over there coach i mean it's a long way man i'm going over the north pacific and you're going to go you're going and going and going right when you think you're almost variability plane you peter almost and you look out the window is still ocean imagine that happened to me gives a sweet jcc in and booked the ticket because was what because you didn't levin a first class stood at haripur where cricket broker or triggered code treatment yuka well they've sold out in it between the time between attorney you set your kid make between the time you've heard between the time you said you'd get a firstclass ticket and the time that they told you it was sold out and then a tiny said okay they'll get up coach picket that meant that much time i go yeah they go the estate sold out i go away and they go coach.

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"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"This kind of the specialized business oh yeah very very more show how did we what are we talking about you i was going to go to stop trump going to use her i was going to use her travel agency and that i realized it caused too much and i'm like what's that about in she goes yeah you know if i thought you could i ask for i tell you could do the book a ticket and she goes like can you know but you have to pay for it like i didn't know that no no i get i know and i was guys said well how much and shields walks you know by gober thousand bucks uh why is that like i said you could probably get to south korea even on short notice for less than that well i mean i'm book at a purse firstclass cricket i mean briefing tuesday way you're a first class tension applied over there coach i mean it's a long way man i'm going over the north pacific and you're going to go you're going and going and going right when you think you're almost variability plane you peter almost and you look out the window is still ocean imagine that happened to me gives a sweet jcc in and booked the ticket because was what because you didn't levin a first class stood at haripur where cricket broker or triggered code treatment yuka well they've sold out in it between the time between attorney you set your kid make between the time you've heard between the time you said you'd get a firstclass ticket and the time that they told you it was sold out and then a tiny said okay they'll get up coach picket that meant that much time i go yeah they go the estate sold out i go away and they go coach.

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"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"This kind of the specialized business oh yeah very very more show how did we what are we talking about you i was going to go to stop trump going to use her i was going to use her travel agency and that i realized it caused too much and i'm like what's that about in she goes yeah you know if i thought you could i ask for i tell you could do the book a ticket and she goes like can you know but you have to pay for it like i didn't know that no no i get i know and i was guys said well how much and shields walks you know by gober thousand bucks uh why is that like i said you could probably get to south korea even on short notice for less than that well i mean i'm book at a purse firstclass cricket i mean briefing tuesday way you're a first class tension applied over there coach i mean it's a long way man i'm going over the north pacific and you're going to go you're going and going and going right when you think you're almost variability plane you peter almost and you look out the window is still ocean imagine that happened to me gives a sweet jcc in and booked the ticket because was what because you didn't levin a first class stood at haripur where cricket broker or triggered code treatment yuka well they've sold out in it between the time between attorney you set your kid make between the time you've heard between the time you said you'd get a firstclass ticket and the time that they told you it was sold out and then a tiny said okay they'll get up coach picket that meant that much time i go yeah they go the estate sold out i go away and they go coach.

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"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"This kind of the specialized business oh yeah very very more show how did we what are we talking about you i was going to go to stop trump going to use her i was going to use her travel agency and that i realized it caused too much and i'm like what's that about in she goes yeah you know if i thought you could i ask for i tell you could do the book a ticket and she goes like can you know but you have to pay for it like i didn't know that no no i get i know and i was guys said well how much and shields walks you know by gober thousand bucks uh why is that like i said you could probably get to south korea even on short notice for less than that well i mean i'm book at a purse firstclass cricket i mean briefing tuesday way you're a first class tension applied over there coach i mean it's a long way man i'm going over the north pacific and you're going to go you're going and going and going right when you think you're almost variability plane you peter almost and you look out the window is still ocean imagine that happened to me gives a sweet jcc in and booked the ticket because was what because you didn't levin a first class stood at haripur where cricket broker or triggered code treatment yuka well they've sold out in it between the time between attorney you set your kid make between the time you've heard between the time you said you'd get a firstclass ticket and the time that they told you it was sold out and then a tiny said okay they'll get up coach picket that meant that much time i go yeah they go the estate sold out i go away and they go coach.

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"north pacific" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"North pacific ocean global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilholf this is bloomberg count i think he's have more soldier now once he gets wellfed conversation but first a bit of breaking news on the bloomberg this morning so you exelled noor who is the head of ubs groups 13 trillion dollar wealth management unit at we had been reporting that he was preparing to sat down now we have the the news that he has stepped down or will step down and has been giving his blessing to succeed as at wealth heads as serves zelda is now to step down at ubs as a that breaking on the blue light this morning now it is the end of an era outgoing fed chair janet yellen mocked her final news conference by declaring that the united states is in the vicinity of full employment the fomc also lifted its growth forecast for next year in well when the fed concluded its meeting last night but it maintained its projection of three rate hikes in 2018 joining us now to talk above these different strands that came out of the fed meeting last night is that markets live strategist amok cosmo mock great to have you on the show is always so so looking at the feds full costs i just want to hone in on that first because growth unemployment where essentially upgraded but interestingly the inflation forecast state much the same with peace e e not reaching two percent until twenty twenty according to the fed does not add up well it possibly does good knowledge meant of two things here one is they could be fined me admitting that the phillips curve is at least seriously damaged if not completely broken given that we've had many years of strong employment but no wage gains i think that should have been obvious a while ago but we should become that realization and second of all after eight years of low inflation they might be realizing that perhaps know inflation is not transitory because a lot of the disinflationary pressure is our structural nurtured of technology to globalization and therefore they're not going to go away really easily and they're than they can be addressed through policy yeah indeed.

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"north pacific" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on KOMO

"In the komo weather art sanders clear tonight patchy fog forming after midnight lows in the 40s tomorrow and sunday patchy morning fog otherwise partly sunny in the morning the becoming sunny highs in the mid 60s monday breezy sunny highs near 60 tuesday sunny upper 50s wednesday partly sunny upper 50s and thursday mostly cloudy chance of showers returns with highs the mid50s friday showers likely highs only the upper 40s overnight lows around forty that's your latest weather from the komo forecast team it was one of the cold war's biggest intelligence coups that have happened in broad daylight komos pete combs reports the author of a new book on the recovery of a down soviet submarine is in town to talk about the taking of key won twenty nine in september fourth 1974 are somewhere in the north pacific the vessel the motorvehicle hughes global explorer this was a burial achieved were soup soviet sooner who died aboard the submarine king 129 alomar explorer was supposed to be a huge personal there by the russian floors were valuable medals but author josh deeds says that was a cover story the global explorer was in fact a spy vessel built by the cia to do just one thing recover the soviet submarine k 129 dean is in town this weekend to talk about his book on how the glow morris bore found the wreck and then partially recovered it this was a incredibly um enormous engineering challenge to thank the it's a two million pound of steel submarine lying sixteen thousand five hundred feet at the bottom of this or three miles down to put that in perspective though the deepest ever thousands of a submarine at that time was two hundred but gene says the k 129 was.

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"north pacific" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The one of the riskiest times of day and said there are risks just associated with the body called but also thorough ways of influencing it so there are some drugs that you take it spin civic times of day in shoe we've your body clog in order to maximise their impacts of is definitely an impact both on health and wellbeing listened to your body clock wise advice from james gallagher i am the luminaries of the karolinska institute in stockholm who chose the winners we state with celebrations but this time in london at the geological society where there celebrating fifty years of plate tectonics the underlying paradigm that pulls together just about everything in the sciences earthquakes poincare knows what types mountains united the precise occasion was the fiftieth anniversary of cambridge geophysicist dan mckenzie pending a painting titled the north pacific an example of tectonics on his fear thought as i soon find out meeting several of the pyrenees at burlington house the theory of plate tectonics was a slow transformation involving many pliers for fifty years the question has been debated whether or not count tenants have moved and if they have by what patterns there are so many heroes in the story of plate tectonics this one is joan she's a wilson launching a hypothesis in the pages of nature in 1963 until agreement is reached no complete understanding as possible of geology you'll physics evolution or paleoclimatology joji was in need of its unifying principle like biology theory of evolution all copernicus is some sense of universe among the fifty year old ideas wilson alluded to was meteorologist alfred vagueness proposal of continental drift inspired by the complementary curse largs of africa and south america but progress was stumped till the late '50s because georgia should only looked at onethird of the earth's rocks play take twenty has really come from the oceans oxford university's john daly was one of the master builders who put the last pieces of paper tectonics in place until the 50s we knew so little about the ocean floor rural continentbound uc and if you're continentbound interfaith angela continent the end's critical aviation to the ocean to fund to find out what's going on we didn't do until.

"north pacific" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Treatment night because with president kennedy's new housing bela might be your neighbor now his son says dick gregory was eighty four suffering from a severe bacterial infection four people have been taken to the hospital after a bus crashed with a tractor trailer on i seventy eight and williams township pennsylvania early this morning state police in li hai county haven't released details and there's no word yet on the conditions of the victims police in boston estimate there were forty thousand protestors who drowned out a small free speech rally in the center of the city this man in the conservative group well i don't believe in everything that the lights stuff like that that is what i mean therefore i thought actually fought for freedom of speech at the free towards an update what he seven people were arrested in boston in dallas police in riot gear chased away an estimated two thousand protestors from a memorial to confederate soldiers annual us and south korean military exercises get underway tomorrow against a backdrop of ballistic missile threats from north korea reporter don kirk is in seoul south korea's president moon jaein called worked really an army full of patriotism high morale entrusted moon booth ask for dialogue with north korea pledged to build locked in south defenses as us and south korean troops open two weeks of joint exercises monje north korea said the war games add fuel to the fire an expedition headed by microsoft cofounder paul allen has located a world war two navy ship that was torpedoed by the japanese a founded on the floor of the north pacific ocean more than nine hundred people died when the uss indianapolis sank many eaten by sharks retired us navy rear admiral sam cox firewood for for people to focus some there was room resume of valor which actually began long before the ship was torpedoed in song the ship went down in a mere twelve minutes this is cbs news i'm scott tannen founder of boll branch were.

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"north pacific" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Ex were building bombs for possible multiple attacks in barcelona when the explosives detonated an error killing at least three suspects police believe the remaining cell members decided to use vehicles to mow down pedestrians police also say the driver of the van in the barcelona massacre the still on the run yunus upper yaakub used his credit card to rent three vans to be used in that planned explosives attack larry miller cbs news i comedian and civil rights activists to pave the way for performers like bill cosby and eddie murphy has died dick gregory are you gonna audience tonight and treat me night because with president kennedy's new housing deal on might be a neighbor now the son says dick gregory was eighty four suffering from a severe bacterial infection twenty four people have been taken to the hospital after a bus crashed with a tractor trailer on i seventy eight and williams township pennsylvania early this morning state police and li hai county haven't released details and there's no word yet on the conditions of the victims police in boston estimate there were forty thousand protestors who drowned out a small free speech rally in the center of the city this man in the conservative group while i don't believe everything that the lights stuff like that that is what am i thoughtfully fought farright freedom of speech at the free throws in afghanistan what he seven people were arrested and boston in dallas police in riot gear chased away an estimated two thousand protestors from a memorial to confederate soldiers annual us and south korean military exercises get underway tomorrow against a backdrop of ballistic missile threats from north korea reporter don kirk is in seoul south korea's president moon jaein gold were creating an army full of patriotism high morale entrusted moon booth ask for dialogue with north korea pledged to build up newsouth defences as us and south korean troops open two weeks of joint exercises monday north korea said the war games add fuel to the fire an x the did russian headed by microsoft cofounder paul allen has located a world war two navy ship that was torpedoed by the japanese a founded on the floor of the north pacific ocean more than nine hundred people died when the uss indianapolis sank many eaten by sharks retired us navy rear admiral sam cox forward virpi focus on terrorism and the valor oh which actually began long before the ship was torpedoed and song the.

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"north pacific" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

KSKA 91.1 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

"They move for if they migrating groups we've got some ideas on how fast they grow but some there there are different ideas on the show that the things that you would used to assess a a population or even just the ecology of of a group of organisms like that we don't have any of that information as scientists and fisheries managers take a more ecosystem approach to understanding marine life there's been a growing interest in knowing about everything that shows up in pots and that's not chest what's commercially harvested up until last year giant pacific octopus were relegated by the national marine fisheries service to a group called other it included sharks skates and raise and that's unfortunate says per i think they play a really big role in the ecosystem um they're they're predators are some the really important you know some of the whales the stiller she line you oughta endanger things octopus it's a huge food resource for hallowed it for cod for a lot of the commercial species but octopus are also predators on tanner crap king crowd bivalves clams muscles all the so other commercial species are preyed upon the aqaba so here you've got octopus kind of in the middle of you know attacking and being attacked and we don't understand anything about it and so the goal my project is to try to figure out enough about the bile gene ecology an an and also about the the uh the population dynamics of this you know this miss understood are poorly understood animal and try to as a sign a role to and to me it it's huge and to everybody else nobody cares there's no dearly thinks of octopus it's being important brew admits dope part of it is because there notoriously difficult to study to that end moore's developed his own tagging technique which is basically a tattoo is currently involved in a threeyear tagging and recapture study funded by the north pacific research board working with cod fishermen here in short working on deck wrestling octopus that are.

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"north pacific" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

KSKA 91.1 FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"north pacific" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

"Fit into their why surroundings all my goodness another dear there oh no it's a bald eagle little trick of perspective there the dark back of a bald eagle let's pulling away at the remains of a salmon now turns out and see very clearly the billiant whitehead entail as our bear now actually wandering a little bit in my direction and i'm end up having to back up very carefully not to frighten away well i said sitting perfectly into their surroundings and beyond this as i look at this animal holy i hope i met to close as i said most somehow this place seems to be shaped by the powerful an all encompassing presence of despair while suddenly turns and looks upstream a gorgeous flu passes reporter there any act fitted smacked in there something turn nso looked a little bit alarmed and now back to scavenging on a fish that it found laying on a gravel bar i am on beer and a half island rugged wild island facing out into the vast of so the north pacific ocean on the outer coast of southeast alaska all around me right now quintessential tonga's national forests country tall spruce trees climbing up the mountainsides in greed ridges and rugged peaks by far the largest national forest in the united states bigger than the state of west virginia it's a spectacular mees work of mountains and blazers fjords in bays and about a thousand islands of every size worthy head of a very long fjord like bay with mao putin's all around us and talk about the ultimate peace and tranquillity and beauty of alaskan wildness we've got it right here on this autumn morning of course it's been raining extreme as rushing along we've had a day of downpours followed up by this hazy morning looks like it might rain again by the afternoon this i'm going to present rain feeds literally thousands of streams like this one that tumble down the slopes in wind for the great wild valleys of tonga's southeast alaska comprises the heart of the largest temperate rainforest remaining on earth the mountainsides here in the valleys cloaked in great coniferous trees rate next to me huge sitca spruce trees there's western hemlock strewn through this force and yellow cedar.

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