35 Burst results for "One Hundred Degrees"

Meteorite Tea Provides Scientists Information on Solar System

Innovation Now

01:12 min | Last week

Meteorite Tea Provides Scientists Information on Solar System

"The golf ball sized rock that appeared coal black against the white antarctic snow would prove to be one of the best preserved media rights of its kind. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped our future in the lab at nasr's goddard space flight center. Astrobiologists like danny glavin worked to decode the mysteries. Meteorites might hold we call it making meteorite t so we actually we crush a samples up. There are a little tiny chips about a centimeter. So that we crush into a powder using a mortar and pestle something like the consistency of flour and then we put it in water and steel tube and we heat it to one hundred degrees c. At that point. We take the liquid From the pertinent and we extract it and we analyze it using gas chromatography liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry to try to separate all the individual organic components that are in that meteorite. T four glavin. Meteorites are like history books that fall from the sky and deliver chemical information about the early solar system seems like every meteorite sample that we started we find something unique and different

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High-Elevation Hummingbirds Evolved a Temperature Trick

60-Second Science

01:52 min | 2 months ago

High-Elevation Hummingbirds Evolved a Temperature Trick

"A humming birds of your garden, you've no doubt seen it flipped from flower to flower hovering midair as it sips on nectar that activity requires plenty of energy. So hummingbirds need a lot of nectar to feed their hungry metabolism's some of them probably drink two or three times. The Body Mass Index Everyday Andrew McCartney an ornithologist at the University of Pretoria in south. Africa. mckanie and his colleagues have studied hummingbirds extreme. In the Peruvian Andes to survive, they're the tiny birds have developed a few tricks for one their blood cells are unusually efficient at transporting oxygen. It's more difficult to hover in the high altitude thin air, and so the humming birds at the higher elevations much prone to pushing while they feed. So that does seem to be one way in which try and reduce the energy expenditure. Now, Macaque Nana's colleagues have found another energy-saving adaptation. The High Mountain hummingbirds can lower their body temperature by extreme amounts of night going into a state called torpor. tencent appearances, they essentially did they. That's unresponsive. The scientists caught six species of Andy and hummingbirds and monitor their temperatures throughout night and day, and they found that all six species could enter some type torpor. They lower their body temperatures from about one hundred degrees Fahrenheit by day to as low as thirty eight degrees Fahrenheit at night and being essentially conserves energy. The details are in the journal biology letters although some of the birds low body temperatures are on par with those of hibernating mammals. It's important to note that this is not fully fledged hibernation, which is a longer term response. True hibernation has only been documented in one bird so far at least common poor will in the US south. West one of my career goals is to find second harmonizing but in the Andes, he says, it's going to be the first place he looks.

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Pristine Space Rock Offers NASA Scientists Peek at Evolution of Life’s Building Blocks

Innovation Now

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Pristine Space Rock Offers NASA Scientists Peek at Evolution of Life’s Building Blocks

"The lab at Nasr's Goddard. Space Flight Center Astro. Biologists like Danny Glavin worked to decode the mysteries meteorites might hold we call it making meteorite T. so we actually we crush a samples up there are a little tiny chips about a centimeter so that we crush into a powder using a mortar and pestle something like the consistency of flour and then we put It in water and seal tube, and we heat it to one hundred degrees C at that point we take the liquid from the pertinent and we extract it and we analyze it using gas chromatography liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry to try to separate all the individual organic components that are in that meteorite. T four glavin meteorites are like history books that fall from the sky and deliver chemical information about the early solar system seems like every meteorite sample that we started we find something unique and different and I think that's what I like most about

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Welcome to the USA

This Week in Travel

04:22 min | 3 months ago

Welcome to the USA

"Hottest temperature perhaps ever recorded certainly the the best the highest verify temperature on the planet earth was this week in death valley in Furnace Creek. Where they got a temperature of one hundred and thirty degrees Fahrenheit or I think it was fifty four point one degrees, Celsius. Which is Crazy to hunt. Every. So often they have these these heat waves that come through valley, and so there was always a news team there and they try to fry an egg in a frying pan. Just. Left out in the Sun. And I just before we got on I was watching CNN try to do this and it actually didn't really work. They had like a black frying pan and they cracked an egg and like some of the white parts of the egg started to cook and that was it. Needs to get harder than I think. Maybe we we cook we cook eggs on the honor of cars in the outback Australia. Come on. That's the whole. On the WHO'D I believe that I absolutely believe that that is something that that would be done in the outback and lift game devali come on. In. Don't. Live up to your name. Here's the question. Gary. Is EVERY TIME You know a record like this sat I mean it's like, okay, that's interesting. But is there a larger context? You get half the people out there? Who will say, Hey, look it's global warming. It's hotter than it's ever been. Or is it just that every? So often the earth rotates a certain way in a cloud goes a certain direction or a butterfly flaps, its friggin wings or whatever, and it's just happens to be really hot I mean. Is this one of those things that happens in everybody has to make thing out of it will one way or the other. I think you look at average temperatures if you wanNA global warming just so you know we talk about this being the hottest temperature. As far as I could tell, the hottest temperature ever recorded was in death valley and one hundred and thirty, four back in one thousand, nine, hundred, thirteen. So I can't quite figure out why everybody's reporting. This is the highest temperature ever and then even sometimes in that article saying since. Like, you can't be ever. In the same article let yeah. Yeah, that's that's why we used to have something called journalism was actually check out those facts but I think just things that you've always been into journalism even where the person writing the headline is not the person writing the story. Right, there's a reason. It's because the temperature is was not really well verified in. There was a lot of doubt because it was nine thirteen and there were other temperatures in the region that kind of put it in doubt and there were other high temperatures. Like there was one in Libya from like over one hundred years ago and another one from. Iran that were both called into question. Because of the readings and the Russian judge. Exactly. Like there, there are all these records for the oldest human and the tallest human. Sure. And if you go back in time, there are people that claim Oh there were nine feet tall and they live to be two hundred years old and then you check up on, it's like bowel not really and I think a lot of it is that that we just have better. Ability to measure the stuff now, and so this temperature is if if if it's not the highest, it's certainly the highest that they can verify to a great deal of certain. Some curious that hundred and thirty degree day. What was the low for the day on? Fifteen. Oh, probably, much lower than that because death valley is so arid. Yeah. So here, for instance, we're doing of really close to one hundred degrees. Our lows are going to be probably in the sixties. It's extreme. Yes. That's pretty typical for us because we just don't have the humidity and death valley even a little less humid than we are. Yeah I've actually experienced temperatures close to this twice. In Australia. In Ethiopia in the depression, which is a lot like death valley, and then once in Australia I was. visited. Who in the middle of the summer and it was close to fifty degrees. Celsius it was. Right he'd it wasn't bad if you're in the shade and had a fan on.

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The Evolutionary History Of Penguins Is Far From Black And White

Environment: NPR

02:23 min | 3 months ago

The Evolutionary History Of Penguins Is Far From Black And White

"The image of a penguin might bring to mind an endless march across windswept ice. The reality of penguins is a bit different says Grant Ballard of point blue conservation science was actually see species of Pangolin. Really, love, it's only two species. Many others live in warmer waters. So we're could conceivably dealing with something like minus seven degrees or even colder than out. Then, show, but lobby goes mainland has encountered temperatures that are up around one hundred degrees Fahrenheit. So how'd it penguins evolve with such different lifestyles and new study and the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has some answers we've been able to resolve. Several. Longstanding questions about penguin evolution in particular way penguins originated. Hurry Bowie of UC Berkeley as an author on that study. He says there's been a long debate about where the first penguins evolved was it Antarctica or farther north in New Zealand as others have suggested, well armed with genetic evidence from a species of modern day penguins his team has an answer which turned out to be along the coast of Australia and New Zealand the nearby islands of the South Pacific. They say that happened around twenty two million years ago from there, the penguin served on a circular current at the bottom of the world there is a clockwise current. And so they use this current colonized like. The region Juliana of the Catholic. University. Of Chile is a CO author. She says, eleven million years ago that current revved up and penguins used it to slingshot themselves throughout the Southern Hemisphere. That's right. slingshot. The researchers also observed genetic adaptations. Some penguins picked up along the way like the ability to drink seawater also changes in how some species use oxygen allowing them to dive deep that doesn't mean. Penguins will be quick to adapt to modern day climate change. Here's Valley. Again, this adaptation to being able to occurring freezing cold waters in tropical waters occurred over a period of twenty million years, and this doesn't mean that penguins are going to be able to keep up with oceans warming today. If there is one thing, the paper makes clear. It's that the evolution of penguins for from black and

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High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

05:20 min | 4 months ago

High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

"Was thinking about you all week thinking, how is she farming when it's over a one hundred degrees so give us sort of a snapshot of your farm and like how do you cope with those conditions? Well, let me tell you first of all, we're in what's called the high desert where about four thousand feet above sea level. So we're in the mountain. Okay. So near probably always consistently ten degrees cooler than Tucson in almost fifteen degrees cooler than Phoenix. So settle a little secret about where you are is because of allegation exactly now it's hot outside it's a little hot, but you know it works in it's funny because one of the benefits about living here it does snow. We get snow in the winter, but it's usually gone by noon our ground never freezes. So the soil is always workable all and very rarely have like a hard frost. So if you think of like I, go up in Boston, it would start to get colder and colder nine pm pm and that's when the coldest would happen. But here the coldest time it seems like is early in the morning three or five. In the sun rises in warm things up in usually. So is just a click fraud so that can damage some plants but for the most part, we have no problem. So I don't know and I I just I guess, I have the desire to grow flowers GonNa make it happen or the variances is what's crazy is that it can be like ninety five degrees during the day and then in the thirties at night. It's crazy I mean I was thinking when you talked about snowing in the morning at least you're getting precipitation where other parts of Arizona are not getting precipitation. So even though it snow, it becomes the moisture the roots need that's in. It's wonderful when the snow slowly melts in and gets into the soil, you really can't beat that. while. So give us snapshot of Patagonia Flower Farm, and of course I pick a Patagonia as the clothing, but it's actually the name of a town and I believe a mountain somewhere, right? Yes. In it's actually pronounced Pentagon Yep. Okay Not like the brand to girl. No. So it's very hilly. We got a lot of grasslands here Yes. So it's really really beautiful. A lot of people think of Arizona and they think of Oh. It's everything's GonNa be dry. We've got quite a bit of green going on Yeah. It's really a beautiful town the Pentagon, yet self only has about a thousand people that that live here Old Mining town in it's quite a lot of retire. You can imagine a lot of artists, letter retirees, a lot of women. So it's an interesting sweets out. Wow. That's I wanNA visit. That sounds really wonderful. Yeah and is there much agriculture they're like. Are. You a lone ranger to use the Weser your lot. Of course. Now, a lot of people are gardening. You know it's funny because there is A. Organization here in town that I work very very closely with called Borderland Restoration. So they have a big greenhouse here where they sell native plants in the harvest seeds germinate the season, create more plans to restore the over you know. Overworked will say off. Areas of. Of. Southern Arizona. So so yeah. So. There are few. Let me think. So, before I moved here like years before there was a A Dalia grower here believe it or not, and I know that they must have had a lot of shade because we need the shape of the Dahlia's but But yeah. So a little bit here and there but I think borderlands nursery is the biggest like grower right now and it is mostly native Oh. That's so interesting. So your what's the size and scale of of your farm and give us a snapshot of what all the pieces to the puzzle there. Okay. So. I am what is called a micro farm about or thousand square feet, and I'm growing things very tightly together and I. You know I took 'em a Florette alumni I took her class in twenty seventeen. So I follow a lot of her protocols and the only differences I do a no till I keep the landscape fabric down and Yes. So so that's if I do the landscape fabric I've got who those short tunnels I don't have a greenhouse yet, but one day. And yes, I have an area where I'm doing mostly perennials and then I have my annual and at borderlands has been so gracious of allowing me to use a quite about fifteen hundred square feet where I've been growing sunflowers in in the ground or undercover know in the ground vendor landscape fabric on their property warring. Yeah. But I love it that like you've been entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to. Access land that wasn't being utilized, but you knew would be perfect for some flowers. Eight. Wow.

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Reopening Schools Amid COVID-19: What to Expect This Fall

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Reopening Schools Amid COVID-19: What to Expect This Fall

"There any way to have in person instruction in schools this fall for with some number of students for you know some number of days a week in certain parts of the country what what is the outlook for that? Yeah. I look. I've got two young kids in school and working with schools and other people across the country. Let let me just say one thing at a on the. Top. There is no for for also we we just do not understand enough about this virus in children T- period, and so to say that we do to be candidates arrogant we just don't know enough having said that Josh I think that there are going to be ways to do what I would say hybrid I. Certainly think that if you're in one of the thirty nine states that's experiencing these surges and. Reverse and trends you really should be thinking about remote learning in the next four to six weeks meaning you should not be sending your children in person and especially as we're doing more testing of younger children and adults I think that we are going to see even more cases that cause us to pause on personal learning but there are going to be regions where you see incredibly low rates and they are. Consistent with a decrease in growth in some parts, and you could consider some sort of learning. It will look different and it will not be fulltime education which leaves working parents such as myself in a lurch. So that's one issue. But from an educational standpoint, there will be ways to do this smaller CA-. It's all the things we haven't really done in education. So we'll have to try it's new smaller cohorts. risk-based, not just thermal testing because that's only gonNA, help you so much when it's one hundred degrees in Arizona but having some sort of symptom assessment knowing that children might not have any symptoms and be positive. So we're going to a- I absolutely enforce either masks or some sort of alternative face shields and we just need to get comfortable with that I. think adults are less comfortable than children are and they will adapt their incredibly adaptive. So I do think it's possible but I will say Josh I'm troubled time I talked with school whether it's a large public school in a superintendent or a small private school principal. All of them have unanimously said, we have had no contact with our local health departments. They're too busy and it's too hard to create that connection and without that connection Josh I fear that we will end up making things

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Climate change makes freak Siberian heat 600 times more likely.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Climate change makes freak Siberian heat 600 times more likely.

"Nearly impossible without manmade global warming this year's freak. Siberian heatwave is producing climate changes, most flagrant footprint of extreme weather. A NEW FLASH STUDY SAYS INTERNATIONAL SCIENTISTS HAVE released a study that found the greenhouse effect multiplied the chance of the regents prolonged heat by at least six hundred times, and maybe tens of thousands of times in the study, which has not yet gone through, Peer Review. The team looked at Siberia from January to June including day. That hits one hundred degrees for a new Arctic. Record scientists from the United Kingdom Russia France Netherlands Germany and Switzerland used. Used seventy climate models, running thousands of complex simulations, comparing current conditions to a world without man-made warming, burning of coal, oil and gas. They found that without climate change the type of prolonged hate that hit. Siberia would happen once. In eighteen thousand years effectively impossible without human influence, the team looked at both the average temperature in Siberia over the first six months of the year, when temperatures averaged nine degrees above normal in the Russian town of Aucoin. Thanks, Jen both really couldn't happen. In a world without the additional heat trapping gases from burning fossil fuel scientists and

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Arctic records its hottest temperature ever

This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Arctic records its hottest temperature ever

"A place known for the big chill is now the home for some high heat your C. B. S.'s bill Rakoff the town over Korean skin Siberia features the world's widest temperature range and it recently set a new record high heat wave across the region push the temperature to around one hundred degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday or thirty eight degrees Celsius the town is located above the Arctic Circle nearly three thousand miles north of

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Djokovic adds to Slam streak vs. Federer at Australian Open

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Djokovic adds to Slam streak vs. Federer at Australian Open

"Sofia cannon is true to the Australian Open women's final after upsetting the top seeded Australian as body seven six seven five the twenty one year old from Florida reaching her first major finale in a lengthy battle in one hundred degree temperatures a reward a showdown with former world number one got being America lusa the resurgent unseeded Spaniard upsetting the fourth seed Simona Halep in a draining to L. plus battle Roger Federer started strongly against I'd like Djokovic rising to a five two lead in the present before drug coverage took control and advanced to his eighth Australian Open final in straight sets Graham I got us Mel born

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The Truth You May Not Know

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

08:04 min | 11 months ago

The Truth You May Not Know

"Brady meters. We'll come back so you know. Recently I was in Palm Springs Springs. It's a trip that I make quite often with the family. My mother-in-law move down there. So you know we're back and forth quite a lot and the trick is mostly flown at seven thousand five hundred weather permitting and then you kind of pop up to nine thousand five hundred or so. Just where the hatch P. mountains sort of spill off into the Mojave Desert and Palm Springs is surrounded by mountains. So I really. I was thinking about leaning on the way down you know how we teach leaning. How Eileen just watching? When I'm flying with the family in a rental aircraft where I'm paying by the hour by the way and and getting reimbursed for fuel but I really started thinking about it and I ran a couple of polls one on twitter instagram? where I just ask people if they were ever taught that you lenient? In below seventy five percent power. I was shocked to see that on instagram. The majority hadn't heard that and on twitter. It was split fifty fifty so I felt like so you know I get asked the question often about should eileen or do I have to lean or so it seems that people might be confused about Wendelin while I was down in Palm Springs. I just grabbed a camera. It's so quiet down. There in the desert is beautiful and I started working through some of these thoughts about how I think we should think about in the fight training world how we should think about Lee leaning. What's the goal? Where do we want the people end up when they get their private certificate Because you know what happens now is you just not taught a lot and ends up being the private owners that have to figure it out themselves and and they know quite a lot after a while. So I'm trying to fix that problem for student pilots and I think I forgot to mention it but everything you're about to hear does not apply to turbocharged or Turbo Abo- normalized aircraft. It's for normally aspirated engines. Only anyhow. Here's exactly what I said. Well almost exactly what I said when I grab that camera in Palm Springs and if you want to see for some reason my talking head walking around the golf course saying this Video is up on Patriots so anyway. Here's some thoughts on leaving. You know a lot of pilots really don't understand leaning and the flight training environment is not conducive to learning good leaning habits and so what we tend tend to do. I think is sort of ignore it and it's not good for really two reasons one is you're not operating you're typically operating at three thousand feet or lower maybe the three thousand five hundred so you know it's not like nine thousand five hundred the leaning you should be done but it's there's no huge consequence if you fail to do it And also we're doing a lot of maneuver based training so often going to full power settings so we start with a mixture full rich just in anticipation of going full power. I'm so we kinda tend to ignore it and what I find. Is You know with my students and with pilots. I fly with even after. They've been certificates. Did they'll look at me when they get to cruise altitude three thousand five hundred kind of timidly touched a red handle and look at me and see my reaction and say eventually. Do we have to lean or do you want me to lean so you know and it's like one of my least favorite questions because it just reminds me how much work there is to do there. So it's a topic that I'm really taking on not just in this podcast also in the latest public youtube video and this podcast right so You know basic principles of leaning. Ideally ideally you have a perfect fuel air mixture To introduce into the cylinders so that the Pistons can compress it seeing inefficient burns you can produce power with a lot of without a lot out of excess soot or carbon or you know explosions or anything like that you get a nice burn and as you go up in the atmosphere the air becomes less and less dance so you need less and less fuel all these are the that's the basics right and then when everyone can tell me about that but you know maybe the devils in the details but it's maybe it's about win like Wendy Lean so if you go oh to the Cessna manual there talking a lot about altitudes three thousand feet five thousand feet and I find that this is what's common if I ask pilots when you lean they'll say well you know usually above three thousand or sometimes I'll say four thousand on but if you go straight to the lycoming manual the manufacturer of the engine and you read it they'll tell you it's appropriate to lean the aircraft anytime you're operating below seventy five percent power so that's the one main point that I want to convey to people is that the whole reason you have those altitudes three thousand feet the five thousand feet because you don't have percent power gauge so they're giving you a convenient device nice to know when you're at an altitude above which you can't produce seventy five percent power but the main thing according to lycoming is that you're leaning the engine when you're operating below seventy five percent power so I think it's important for pilots to understand this. I think this conversation will serve us a lot. Better than the conversation about altitude For example if we're in cruise flight and you're asking me. Do we have to lean. Well are we doing slow flight. Are we gonNA power back and fly in at minimum controllable air speed for the next thirty minutes or are we gonNA cruise along as fast as we possibly can with attack needle just off the red line because in case a I'd want you to lean in case be I wouldn't rate what if we're in a full power climb up to seven thousand five hundred just like I was on the way down here to palm springs. I'll start leaning leaning as I pass through five thousand because that's the altitude at which I'm no longer producing seventy five percent power. I think it's I think it's wise to think about leaning this way because for the reasons I just mentioned also it's a good reminder that your engine is just a big air pump and also once you start to understand what percent power you're operating. Adding Fuel Burns our constant forgiven percent power output so just seems to be a better way like a more direct way of approaching the topic of leaning meaning rather than talking about altitude. I'm in that really just leaves. Then you know how specifically do you lean. And that part's pretty simple you. The Best Power Leans best economy liens and manufacturers recommended which is sometimes one of the first two that we just described best power is the lean setting that gives you the absolute absolutely most amount of power most of flying fixed pitch prop in training. So this is the lean you should learn how to master you take off you up to cruise altitude. Make sure your pitches constant because if you're pitches and constant you're going to see like if you start pitching up you're gonNA see a drop in RPM when it had nothing to do with leaning it was just because you pitched the airplane up so divide your attention get comfortable pulling out until you feel a slight drop in RPM and then bring it back until you get the most power. You've you can get in practice. That like a little micro skill. I would practice practice moving my hand in and I'll just finding that point bringing it back finding that point get comfortable. Divide your attention. Hold your pitch. pull the mixture back until the power starts to drive and bring it back into good at that right. That's easy. That's the best power lead in a fixed pitch prop airplane. If you're flying the one eighty two I was fine. You don't try that and the governor's GonNa keep the prop at the same RPM so you have to have another way and that other way is exhaust gas temperature. That's how we figure out the mixture because it is the temperature of the gas coming out of the cylinder and we are going to learn how to read that temperature and figure out what it means for us. A best power lean would be peak exhaust gas temperature and then come in fifty or in this case like home and saying one hundred degrees rich hundred degrees rich cool on the rich side of that peak exhaust gas temperature and there's your best power Now best economy is the second kind the least amount of gas you can burn so you have to have an easy t h for this. You can't do attack on or so in the Cessnas that we were talking about or the Piper Warriors those airplanes that have fixed pitch prob- you're just going to use those old analog needle GT's and it takes time right. It takes those E. G. T. needles. Move Slow so you're going to start to lean lean lean and wait for that needle come up and lean and lean and lean away fat needle come eventually it comes up so you mark the peak with that little yellow indicator on cross country flights. That's when I would practice this with students but best power leaned for normal flying once you start doing cross countries. You can start playing at that. Exhaust gas asked temperature.

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What's on Your Shelf?

Art Beauty

09:39 min | 1 year ago

What's on Your Shelf?

"Our guest today Who the suspect with him? By the way but kind of schooled us a little bit a lot of a lot of it on you know on our shelf fees because he said do you know why do you feel that you need to have so many products. And he's right or he's not wrong but I will say like our shelf. Fees are are just things that we buy and use and that are not branded not sponsored that we just share with the world I am addicted but products products. Al Security Blanket for me as I'm aging as I am morphing into all the roles that I have now. I do grasp and remember that that like ten minutes in the mirror that gave me the confidence throughout my life. I reach for beauty products to do that for me. It's definitely like it's a clutch approach so I I'm going to try and turn a new leaf after our guest today. 'cause I truly like the light bulb turned on a little bit more. It is a lesser sir. More it is being responsible as a consumer. It is choosing certain brands. I I I can't say enough about this interview. Other than the fact that I possibly hostages changed my life a little bit. It totally did and I'm looking right now to grab my my my intro for him at Mike in Durski. I'm just GonNa win this one but it. Mike and Durski is really truly a titan of the beauty industry. He's held executive positions at Laurie. AL at Unilever he held it's executive positions at birt's bees and most recently lists and I did try to get him to re install one of my favorite it products the shellfish that got discontinued but he is coming out with his own line. Here me raw. It's going to launch in January and a big part of the ethos of his company was was it. We need to be more sustainable. Not just in the physical packaging but in in how we view beauty and that we don't maybe necessarily need eighteen different products to slap on our face. But you know what we're GonNa let him tell you a little bit more about the company when I left bliss but first of all thank you so so much for introductions Berry Swedish new When I left Bliss I was being interviewed by magazine? And they said okay. You've been in the business for like thirty years. What's changed well? The obvious things is influencers in the Internet. Those to the big changes but aside from that after thirty years were still selling women. Products will should go on their skin packaging. Which isn't sustainable bank claims? We can't keep for prices are too high on skews. We don't need and we're all guilty of manufacturers facture the marketers retailers and we have to stop in we're not honoring the people trying to serve his whole businesses. Trying to be about making women feel better about themselves and we're not doing that by having bad ingredients by had not have simple packaging choice. I want to do something about it. I wanted to challenge industry. I want to get back on track of what's right and You know whether it's the confusion of behind what's clean beauty and is clean natural as clean sustainable and really let people know what clearly really means. Because it doesn't mean you do those things and to really fight to have the industry change and get into sustainable packaging and I mean in this day and age no company now forget the beauty industry should be making anything with a not thinking about where the materials are coming from and how they're being disposed off and on I think we we need to make a make a change in this ridiculous having forty skews hundreds of skews. It's nonsense and I wanted to do something different. So this whole idea was challenge convention challenge every convention that kind of operates by and come along. That really talks to the way women are today so you have said in one of the things is that I found so powerful in the pitch. Was that clean. Beauty is actually a dirty word. What by that I mean? That's intentionally provocative but I think a lot of the retailers are doing the right things by saying we need to have standard products and They they decide what ingredients putting Greens from bad. The problem is that the average consumer thinks that clean means natural and they might think that it means organic. They might think that it needs sustainable. And it doesn't mean any of those things all clean means don't have really bad things in there and the truth. Truth is no skincare by the FDA has really bad things in there so while trying to help consumers is misleading. Because women are inferring that the stuff is natural. And it's it's it's a sustainable or organic in it's not and if it's important to use natural products if you believe that that no synthetic ingredients should every put inter on your skin who is bad for your health. You need to know that and buying something says it's clean and it's not clean as is is going to be damaging it's it's not truth. Is there any regulation right now on on the terminology of of Clean Beauty. You know every retailer in every brand who call themselves clean has their own definition right back about ten years ago when I was at birth. It's been I created the standard for natural personal care products and I worked with about ten other competitors and I worked at the natural process association to come up with one on standard. This is what natural is and Stores like target and macy's and Wal Mart were all Setting their shelves according to our standard is one standard and that was ten years ago and that standard kind of went away now. They made people making their own standards. So I just tell people lose with people's either clean. Just go and find out what clean means to them. Ask them you know right right email to the company. Does this be your natural. They're not naturally inspired. You know but really natural. It's a big difference and and let me just ask really briefly anything natural anything. Organic the shelf life is. Would you say half if not less often. And there's there's a new little push in the worlds where like keeping everything in your little mini beauty fridge. How do you feel about that? I agree with that. I I think that I think there's nothing wrong with a product having having a lower shelf life I mean i. There's a little symbol on on packaging. It's a little jar with a LID coming up and it says like how many months after opening is it good and we believe that six months after opening is a lot better than thirty six months after opening meaning I would be okay with the product but being no good after six months because it's not fresh anymore and I think I think That makes more sense than I mean. Think about food which we'd a piece of Sam mm-hmm that's good thirty six months after opening. What what what the hell they shooting that Salmon's and make live dialogue? So I I I I have no problem with Something that says once you open it using within six months and the other thing I thought about was you know I'm a consumer. I shop beauty all year round I don't always opt for the overnight shipping. I don't always get it off of Amazon. Where primes the next day? And sometimes I will do ground shipping but during the months of July and August. Guess where things are so hot and you don't know how long it sat in a truck. You should should should the consumer be worried about that of a truck. That's a hundred degrees will i. It's interesting you talk about the the shipping the overnight shipping. One thing. I always I do like when I buy things from Amazon is I wait I have so many items to ship. I keep it in my cart if you don't need it wait because you're saving so much in Environmentally in terms of carbon footprints. I'd rather have one shipments of ten things. In ten shipments of one thing. I also on that that is I mean you know I realized this and again. It's just something I'm a culprit myself but I was ordering during one thing at a time. They used to say oh. I Love Amazon and I live right across from a twenty four hour drugstore and instead of going across the by the toothpaste I'd order it from Amazon on and when I really somebody made me realize you know that's a terrible carbon footprint what are you doing and I'm guilty of it and I think that I'm glad you're addressing it now because it's something that we all need to be much more aware of an Amazon prime is fantastic and I I love using the service. I have it but I mean I don't need a dozen batteries tomorrow and and you get this little tiny pattern raises coming to big box. You know how much shipping is going into it flying on a plane. It's ridiculous I tell people mess. Emergency just keep everything in your cart and then when you had an emergency thing then have it all come at one time. Okay but back to my question. Agent market really hot hot months. And we're being trying to be very PC and use all. The carbon makes our carbon urban furnace mall. If I don't do overnight shipping or two day express in it sits somewhere for ninety to one hundred degrees on a truck for day or two cannot affect that organic natural products. No usually a wealth.

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Admiral James Stavridis The Voyage of Character

The Strategerist

08:25 min | 1 year ago

Admiral James Stavridis The Voyage of Character

"We're honored to have our guest today. US Navy Admiral James Stavridis he's the former Supreme Allied Command under obviously US Navy Admiral is currently operating executive at the Carlisle Group. Admiral Stavridis thank you so much for being with us what a pleasure to be in Texas with you and our Co host today is once again the Colonel Matt Amazon who's Director of the Military Service Initiative here at the Bush Center Matt thanks for doing this again Andrew thanks for being here Admiral thank you for bringing the cool weather Dallas yeah one hundred degrees pretty much the got here now it's beautiful exactly end last night I was greeted with the fire works for the biggest lightning storms have seen which delayed my flight for almost five hours so never let it be said that I didn't fight my way through thunder in lightning to get to the Bush Center. Well we can't thank you enough we know you're busy and we we're thrilled to have you here so we wanted to start with something a little and we heard that you are a lover of Fountain pens and old maps is that is that true it is and I think it's interesting too speculate on why those two interests emerge it's going to be the next question okay fine so a one is I loved right I've written now nine books my new book sailing true North comes out next week and I am also someone who loves reading and anything that touches Writers is is important so yeah I have four hundred fountain pens believe it or not wow yeah it's it's a gentle madness and some of them are a little on the pricey side but some of them I find in flea markets antiquarian stores I can restore pens nice kind of hobby and when I pick up a fountain pen and I think that it's from the nineteen twenty s or nineteen thirties and I think of all the writers who have had l. debt pen and what they wrote and I kind of ruminate on all that so yes I love fountain pens I think maps are probably more obvious because of spending so much my life at sea and if if you really look at a map of the world of course seventy percent is water and I spent nine a half years on the deep ocean if you add it all up day for day out of sight of land so for me maps in that to quote Tennyson that untravelled world whose margin fades forever forever when you move has always intrigued me so I have maps the earliest I have in my collection is from the very early fifteen hundreds it's a map of Marco Polo's travels Oh wow and I also have maps and charts for your listeners the difference between a map and a chart is map is land chart is the see I have both maps and charts and I have many of the short what's that I use to navigate on over my years at sea from the Persian Gulf from the Mediterranean from the Caribbean With a pencil line sketchy on them and I also have a lot of maps from Afghanistan from my time as supreme allied commander in NATO every time I would go there the staff would prepare a very detailed map of where we were going and I would mark that up as we went around I have a map of the of Libya from the Libyan campaign in two thousand eleven showing many of the strikes we conducted so it's an interesting collection might pens in my maps I'll conclude however by saying that your research missed that being I collect the most man and it's books I have five thousand books which much to my beautiful wife Laura's uttered may who's sitting here with us indeed a military family where you move every two to three years so you are unpacking packing and boxing and shelving five five thousand books I got some work to do there Sir I'd love to hear your thoughts on when you say maps and charts and you were provided maps Afghanistan and things like that but sometimes the the difference between what a map in front of you displays in the actual ground truth an example being I think in in Jordan they call the northeastern portion that border Winston's hiccup when he was drawing the border so your observations over time of how maps can be represent unitive of ground truth or otherwise specifically in Afghanistan as well I think generally it is otherwise a map is so sterile in the end it can't can vader you events on the ground and I'll give you a very practical example these days I do a lot of talks where I speak about variety of international subjects and when I talk about his Ukraine and I'll start by showing a map of Ukraine and you know it's a kind of an interesting country it's on the Black Sea of course there's this dangling chunk of it hangs down like a like a pouch of rice that is Crimea and you can look at that and think man okay it's a little peninsula that juts into the Black Sea you cannot imagine the war's over two millennia the fighting over Crimea the negotiation of the treaty there you mentioned Winston Churchill a moment ago the end of the Second World War effectively conducted there in the palace it's it can't convey anything so what I will do for an audience is I'll show a map of Ukraine and Crimea and I'll say here's Ukraine it was invaded by Russia Crimea was annexed by Russia and I'll say but let me show you what Ukraine looks like today click and the next slide is a quad of combat it's destroyed buildings its artillery piece is it's it's four brutal photographs and I'll say to the audience that's what Crimea looks like that's what Ukraine looks like it's a war fifteen thousand people Villeda died there so to your point leaders statesmen diplomats military officers must refrain from allowing the sterility of a map and the simple act of gliding your pencil across it to think that you've solved the problem because you had I've not so admiral I want to start by talking about your book which Time magazine recently named a must read for October sailing true north ten admirals and the voyage of character I meant when I when I sat down to read it I wasn't expecting to have a book that I was going to personally be able to you take the lessons from and apply them to my career I thought it'd be learning about learning some history and learning about the the voyage of the fares and this is actually thing that I can apply to in my daily life did you know that was going to be the end result when you sat down to write the book I certainly hoped it would and the guide post in my mind was an ancient book plutarch's lives which is written by Roman about leading figures in Roman society and he hoped that by doing that he would illuminate lessons of character which readers could apply to their own lives I think at minimum level of entry it is a book of history you meet these ten interesting historical admirals going back two thousand years each one is a chapter but as you know having having read the book the power of it is seen how they confronted the inner challenges so you know we are awash in books of leadership leadership is the influence we exert over others character uh is how we lead ourselves that inner voyage which I would argue as vastly more difficult than the simple act motivating groups people in the idea of the book is to have some case studies that readers can say you know I face that kind of challenge in how did that seafaring admiral respond to it and then draw some lessons and they're both good and bad lessons in the

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The Climb: Auburn Athletic Director Allen Greene

The Paul Finebaum Show

11:17 min | 1 year ago

The Climb: Auburn Athletic Director Allen Greene

"We walk me back to reach the final hour of the program and shout out to our crew here. Uh in the last thirty minutes we have gone from being outside inside outside and inside again all all because it is summertime. No it's actually the fall but it feels like the summertime here in Auburn Alabama. Let me also welcome the Director of Athletes Alan Greenspan Alan considering. You're wearing snazzy so you're probably lucky to be inside outside one hundred degrees all day and I think I'm just going to throw all my calls away on the way home. I'm glad you've worked your weather magic. Yes nice being inside. It's great to have you in when you were introduced. not that long ago as as AH Athletic Director it was a significant moment historically and sometimes people look the other way when when we talk about the first this for the first step but I think it's also worth talking about Allen because we're what fifty the fiftieth anniversary of the integration integration of of integration in this thing and so many significant moments and there was this series that we have on Tuesday and a lot of attention has been paid to that glad that we've talked to Congress hallway other day was the first black quarterback in the SEC and he talked about the struggles even thinking about going to one school but he said coach Bryan told them Alabama may not be ready for that. These sound foreign to young people who don't know a world like that but it is. It's important to remember. It is thank you bring that up Paul. It's not lost upon me. I'm the first Black Catholic director Albany has ever had and although I see myself as just another aid like my colleagues I do have to at least understand that my skin's a little bit darker. I got a little more of a Tan than everybody else but we are celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of integration in Auburn Athletics Alexander. I'm really truly humbled to be at Auburn at this time to be able to help celebrate this milestone and so all we can we're going to celebrate the integration and it just speaks volumes in my opinion of Auburn family and gives us a chance to just celebrate something. That's really important as we move forward in our country. Particularly I remember that time. You're too young and it was difficult because coach. I said something a minute ago. You said it was politically they difficult but for him growing up on a farm. It was not difficult at all but I'm I'm interested Allen in you. Have Young children seven seven seven year old senator in you have another one to have a twelve year old son Sammy and for for for Sammy Seneca what what does this mean to them because I don't remember well about one more who's fourteen and she's a freshman. Her name is Ryan and we try to help. Educate our kids about the differences the struggles that people of color have had throughout our country and it's not just people of color but those who are in the minority of those who have had a difficult time in navigating society diety across across the world and so we it's important that they understand that will drive through Birmingham or Montgomery there's a history their job to sell them for the summer for the first time in drove over Edmund Pettus first time a couple of weeks ago and the people that were gracious incredibly emotional for me and those are just things that we have to consider remember I'm from Seattle Washington so getting in and having that experience experienced down southbound. I watched it on TV and I watched it on the Internet and so but being here at Auburn his has helped me understand the real true through hearts of people in the south and we couldn't be we couldn't be happier to be here. I remember early in my career. I became very close. Translate with Tom. Ghassem who was one of the first to to be down here and he told me the stories of some of his friends one. I think it was a trailblazer basketball that had a tough time right and it was such an education and it still is it is it is but but I again like I gotTa tell people the I've told this to our fan base Auburn family has embraced Christie myself in our kids so much more when I ever thought and it's a it's a great community to be in. We are thriving. Everyone asks all the time. How you and your family doing work great. We love it here. In the family's van been very very welcome and embrace us with open arms and things seem to be going pretty well. You can just go right down the list of Sports Baseball Paul last summer basketball on and obviously things are looking up. I I realize good so it's funny. Someone told me Stat last year we were only the fourth school in Division. One history to winnable game goes to the final four college world series and one year and I said the fourth this year and they said no the fourth the fourth ever so we had a tremendous season last year. We had a national champion. Gymnastics are women's golf team went to the final four for we've. We've had a lot of success to build on and we certainly got enough to a hot start in football this year and we're really excited about that and robs. You really excited about what the future has force the rest of this fall since our really hot button questions ask you about personnel. I do want to ask you about the student athletes of today so much going on especially with the legislation in California mark talking about that today and and you know you because you talk to athletes every single day you go to practices you. Keep up with it. What do you hear from young people about where their sports are going yeah. It's it's interesting Paul. A lot of the concern for our student athletes is mental health in time demands. Those things haven't changed. I think we're we're a little bit of a different world now where student athletes and I guess millennials so to speak haven't really had to deal with coping right and and having to figure the things on their own and so we see that and you see that in our student athletes are member about five years ago. I didn't believe that there was actually mental illness. Why can't the kids just toughened up like we and we just battled getaway but it's a different environment and so we do all that we can try to to wrap our arms around our student athletes help give give them the skills necessary to be able to to cope and go through adversity and then also certainly from a time perspective helping them understand that in order to have a great student athlete experience they have to be more than just athletes they have to be students have to engage in our campus life and try to do something that's going to push them out of their comfort zone and just get to get to experience all that their universities have to offer. I was struck. I'll tell you I had the opportunity to speak to a journalism. I was in class and I've done this before and sometimes I walked away going. I'm not really sure about today's students. Today I walked away blown away by by everything about the young people in terms of their knowledge their awareness and I just I I I'm I'm really just so thrilled in the opportunity because I sometimes we don't give enough credit and and and I'm particularly interested in the coping part. I know this sounds a little heavy for a sports show. Why do you think having played intercollegiate athletics a couple years ago a couple of why why. Why do you think it is it? Is it different than it was when I don't know that things are any well yes. It's different social media media. We didn't have email back then. I'm dating myself but so social media's out. There are students in our young people in society ninety. Today in my opinion are a lot more a lot smarter right. They have so much more information but Tom Goss said this during lunch today just because they have all the information on their phones doesn't mean they have all the answers and I think it's our responsibility as adults to help them find those answers when they have when they have some sort of a struggle Ogle to help make the decision for them but to help guide them so that they can make the most appropriate decisions and allow in this tough for us because we're in such a competitive environment armant but people need to be allowed to fail and sometimes it happens on the field of play when you don't want to but we are so interested in preventing our young people from failing because we don't want to hurt them. They're actually probably do a little bit of a disservice so trying to find those environments where they can fail or they can learn. They can grow that will help also make them better people. That's that's what we're trying to do. What I sit here and listen to this you sit in these ivory tower positions TMZ which sometimes we we are in the director and say well he he'd better view this or that because the program is not being competitive you often forget. There is a a huge underbelly of all of this so what no there's no answer to these issues but How do you work on a daily consistent basis to deal with them? You've got really deep Paul one of the things I think what our coaches do. A great job of is really getting to know our student athletes elites and getting to know them as people whether it's doing ropes courses or just having them over their house for dinner really understanding where they came from what what makes them tick what makes them what do they respond to and then more importantly. Paul I think is the coaches understanding how they coach. One of Bar Coaches Mickey Dean our softball coach was talking to us as head coaches and said he takes the test so he knows how he coaches and he also takes has as their student athletes take tests and he realizes that there's sometimes when personalities don't match up and if the student athlete doesn't either move toward the coach or the coach doesn't doesn't more to move toward the student athlete kind of there's not much of twenty four success there so I think having some self awareness really really important and those types of things that we talk talk about as as head coaches and as administrators finally what you engine to lunch what what else is on on the schedule for the for the weekend. It's been a long one. Campus is a buzz right now funny enough. I actually saw some people. They weren't tailgating yet but they were setting up. It's an o'clock this this morning to get ready to set up for their tailgate. They said they were sitting in sweating this morning but we've got a ton of dedications a couple of dedications today. We dedicated eight at our barn today which was fantastic event. WE'VE got a couple of events this this evening to honor and celebrate the fiftieth anniversary surreal integration. We're going to have a little soiree at our house this evening with some special guests are gonna come over and then we meet with recruits all day tomorrow some more more celebrations and

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Homes, college evacuated as wildfire erupts in Northern California

The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Homes, college evacuated as wildfire erupts in Northern California

"It's trending a fast moving wildfire under way in northern California this morning the latest in this live update from CBS CBS news update wildfire as helicopters and other aircraft dropping water and flame retardant Shasta county California that's about two hundred miles north of San Francisco fire officials say it threatens about a thousand homes some four thousand people scrambled to leave quickly scared for these dogs she's deaf and she is blind in there a lot just went up there and I grabbed my shoulder CBS Steve Futterman the fire erupted around noon within a few hours it already burned more than six hundred acres Cheryl below back is with cal fire to win challenge the winds of because the fire to find out ahead of it so many homes in the local college have been ordered evacuated from San Francisco KPIX TV meteorologist Paul di anno says firefighters aren't getting any help from the weather high temperatures one hundred degrees in and around the fire and likely will stay above one hundred degrees for the next couple days CBS news update on Peter

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He worried no one would attend wife's funeral. Hundreds came

Clark Howard

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

He worried no one would attend wife's funeral. Hundreds came

"On it hundreds of strangers have come to pay their respects for a victim of the el Paso Texas mass shooting who had a few family members he didn't have any family members the mourners brave one hundred degree heat Friday to stand outside in el Paso funeral home to honor sixty three year old Marjorie Rockland she was one of twenty two people killed by a gunman who opened fire at a Walmart in the city earlier this

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Why Does America Use Fahrenheit Instead of Celsius?

BrainStuff

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Why Does America Use Fahrenheit Instead of Celsius?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty host mark murphy celebrity chef and run tour with help from his friends. The restaurant industry takes a three sixty. Look at the world food food history science and culture tuned into food three sixty with new episodes every friday could listen and subscribe on apple podcasts iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts look to brain stuff production of iheartradio brain stuff lauren boban here. If you're an american you've ever ever had a conversation with someone from another country about the weather. You've probably been a little confused when he or she said the afternoon. Temperature is a nice twenty one degrees to to you that might sound like a chilly winter day but to them. It's a pleasantly warm springtime temperature. That's because virtually every other country throughout the world uses the celsius temperature scale part of the metric system which denotes the temperature at which water freezes as zero degrees and the temperature at which boils as one hundred degrees but the u._s. u._s. And a few other holdouts the cayman islands the bahamas believes in palo clinging to the fahrenheit scale in which water freezes at thirty two degrees and boils at two hundred and twelve twelve that means that the twenty one degrees celsius temperature that we previously mentioned is the equivalent of a balmy seventy degrees fahrenheit in the united states. The persistence of fahrenheit is one of those puzzling american idiosyncrasies like how the u._s. uses the word soccer to describe what the rest of the planet calls football so why is it that the u._s. Us uses a different temperature scale and why doesn't it switch to be consistent with the rest of the world. There doesn't seem to be a logical answer except perhaps inertia americans generally. I don't really seem to distrust the metric system. A twenty fifteen poll found that just twenty one percent of the public favoured converting to metric measures while sixty four percent were opposed it might make more sense of fahrenheit was old school in celsius with some modern upstart a sort of the new coq of temperature but in reality they were created only about two decades apart part fahrenheit was created by its namesake. A german scientist named daniel gabriel fahrenheit who in the early seventeen hundreds was the first known person design alcohol and mercury thermometers that we're both precise and consistent so that any of his instruments would register the same temperature reading in a given place at a given moment thanks to his working skill in managing glass when fahrenheit started out the key thing he was interested in was coming up with the same temperature reading all the time not comparing temperatures of different things or different times of day but when he presented a paper on his system for measuring temperature to the royal society of london in seventeen twenty four he apparently realized that he had come up with the standard temperature scale as well. We spoke with don hilfiger a research meteorologist to colorado state university's cooperative institute for research in the atmosphere and and also president of the u._s. Metric association a group that advocates conversion to the metric system he explained basically the fahrenheit scale was devised a zero as the coldest oldest temperature for a mix of ice and salt water and the upper end was thought to be body temperature approximately ninety six degrees fahrenheit making a scale that could be progressively divided by two do this resulted in the freezing melting temperature being thirty two degrees fahrenheit not very useful number. The boiling temperature for water was then set at two twelve again not not a very useful number the temperature's one hundred and eighty degrees apart again a multiple of two nevertheless the system apparently sounded pretty good to officials officials of the british empire who adopted fahrenheit as their standard temperature scale which is how eventually became established in the american colonies. Well meanwhile though in seventeen forty forty two a swedish astronomer named anders celsius came up with a less unwieldy system based on multiples of ten in which there was precisely a one hundred degree difference between the freezing and boiling temperatures of water at sea level the neat one hundred degrees symmetry of the celsius scale made it a natural fit for the metric system which was formerly developed by the french in the late seventeen eighteen hundreds but the english speaking world nevertheless clung stubbornly to its preference for awkward units such as the pound in the inch and fahrenheit went along for the ride but finally in nineteen sixty one the u._k. Met office then called the u._k. Meteorological office switched teasing celsius to describe temperatures in weather forecasts in order to be consistent with other european countries. Most of the rest of the world soon followed suit with the notable exception of the u._s. Or the national weather service still publishes temperature data atta in fahrenheit. Even though its own staff long ago switched celsius hilter explained the n._w._s. Catering to the public by reporting in degrees fahrenheit whereas whereas much of their operations such as forecast models used degrees celsius and automated weather observations the temperatures recorded in celsius as well should we choose to metric chicken weather reports the fahrenheit layer. That's now added for the u._s. Public could be removed. We also spoke via email with jay hendrix who heads the u._s. National institute standards and technologies thermodynamic meteorology group he points out that the fahrenheit scale does have one significant advantage quote. It has more degrees over the range range of ambient temperatures that are typical for most people. This means that there's a finer grain temperature difference between seventy degrees fahrenheit and seventy one degrees fahrenheit then there is between twenty one degrees celsius twenty two degrees celsius since a human can tell the difference of one degree fahrenheit. This scale is more precise for the human experience on the other hand though the advantage goes away. If a fractional temperature in celsius used hendrix explained for example the equivalent celsius temperature for seventy and seventy ninety one fahrenheit are equivalent to twenty one point one and twenty one point seven degrees celsius. Today's episode was written by patrick j tiger and produced by tyler clang brainstorms production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other topics that humans are sensitive to visit our home planet. 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European Cities Break Temperature Records With Heat Wave

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

European Cities Break Temperature Records With Heat Wave

"Fifty relief across Europe today the heat wave has broken across England government officials declared emergencies where the temperature topped one hundred degrees Paris recorded the highest temperature ever registered in that city just under one hundred and nine degrees Fahrenheit they were triple digit record set across Belgium the Netherlands Germany and Austria in cities where air conditioners are not commonplace they're considered an expensive luxury that use a lot of energy which is also expensive some of Europe's famous fountains became spots to cool off in some nations pay did their railroad tracks white hoping to keep them from getting too hot and warping in the extreme heat I'm Steve

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Be well over one hundred degrees this is the seller continues to grow out of control Paul king industry news fire crews are back on the front lines today battling the seller fire south of Prescott the lightning caused fire led to the evacuation of two thousand people who live in pine flat fire information officer no well Fletcher says a lot of resources are devoted to the fire which has grown to almost seventy three hundred acres we've got seven air tankers for helicopters seven hot shot crews who does eighteen engine and six he and Chris Linden heater challenging firefighters today to some police say a mid town stabbing and fire appear to be related both incidents happen at the oasis apartments overnight near dodging alpha nine police arrived at the apartment and found a man with life threatening stab wounds and a fire also broke out at the same time the apartment sprinkler system put out the fire no arrests have been made I'm Gregg Paul Kane S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk terrified of twenty twenty things are going to get a lot worse in twenty twenty twenty twenty election with a capital you're all going to witness this again X. twenty twenty Janice T. seven ninety summer is here and that means it's time to get swimsuit ready for those pool parties and beach vacations for the confidence to look your very best get our M. three from red mountain weight loss are in three works on your belly hips and thighs attacking unhealthy fat and reshaping your body will help you lose up to twenty pounds or more per month there's simply no faster way to get swimsuit ready then with our in three is safe and effective for men and women and it's all natural so we'll make you nervous and jittery are in three help overcome issues that cause weight gain like slowing metabolism hormone imbalance or menopause this patented medication is available only by prescription and you can only get it at red mountain weight loss so trust the experts at red mountain weight last for programs that are doctor supervised and highly successful lose weight and look great just in time for summer with Iran three go to read my own weight loss dot com that's read now on weight loss dot com lose up to twenty pounds by this time next month at red mountain weight loss thank selling your home here's my best guarantee ever I guarantee to get you three cash shoppers in the first forty eight hours of your listing or you can fire me and pay nothing but don't worry you won't have to because during the past fifteen years my team and I have sold over five thousand homes I'm not bragging I'm applying for a job I want to be your realtors get a free information package at eight eight five nine thousand four visit white listing dot com and start packing from the adventure mechanical heating cooling and plumbing weather center this report is sponsored by express franchising dot com well the news thirteen now first alert weather on KNSD Hey there meteorologist Stephanie Waldron fear with your cable deep personal our forecast for your Friday expect a mix of sun and clouds with a high of one oh four isolated strong chances are possible overnight temperatures fall down into the upper seventies and for your Saturday we'll see mostly sunny skies with a high of one oh to one oh too again for Sunday with a twenty percent chance of storms you work hard and have what it takes put your experience to work and start your own business for a limited time express employment professionals will give you twenty five thousand dollars to open your own franchise start your business with express visit expressed franchising dot com today that's expressed franchising dot com this hour of the Sean Hannity show is brought to you by casino del soul the soul.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WRVA

"But first on this Thursday morning yeah already this morning Megan wise is the NBC twelve meteorologist we'd go to on a regular basis to get some insight on what we're going to be experiencing maggot your throw in the flag way than the waving your hands in the air tell everybody it's dangerous eight over the next few days not just toasty but actually dangerous for some people it is good morning enough we've said it so many times but we really can't reiterated enough plenty of water take twenty breaks in the shade stay in the air conditioning if you can because the next several days is just going to be hot and how hot how how to get it well actually today there were a couple degrees cooler than yesterday in fact any anything but it's so hot ninety fourth the forecast for today it'll feel go close to one hundred degrees and if you're in the eastern town you're ready head out toward the water northern neck that open and so if you're more like one hundred and five day but this weekend even hotter so have tomorrow Saturday one hundred we actually hit a hundred on Saturday yes and that's the real time Richard right so when you are tender but still Nike when you talk about the heat index I've got feel like I understand what that means but tell me for S. from the meteorologists perspective with some specificity specificity what does the heat index actually mean absolutely Sir we've been talking about it now and we always incorporate the dewpoint temperature whenever you see those numbers in the seventies that's what makes it you all that oppressive sticky gross takes your breath away right when you walk out the door when you factor that number into the air temperature that'll give you that she holds like temperature and knack for looking at one hundred and ten maybe one hundred fifteen by Saturday so it is dangerous heat you really need to thanks for using proper precautions so at what point is it too dangerous for me I mean at this point being a B. even my parents in their seventies I've been telling please don't go outside them my mom's got a long issue a lot of people who have breathing problems really can't function normally and work on heat but just for the average you know basic healthy person are we reaching a place where it's dangerous to be outside exerting yourself for any extended period of time yes I certainly wouldn't hurt yourself don't plan any exercise plans or anything that would cause any sort of strange they really want to make sure you're using extra caution if you think you can you probably should and also don't forget about your pets either they're poor pause on the pavement too hot for that make sure they're in the shade and if you have to be outside though you know if you have access to a boat or pull your head out towards the water picture the you're staying cool yeah and covering up any relief that you can see if you chart the stuff year after year I mean it is July it is central Virginia what do you see it breaks at some point where it's not as scorching Tuesday Tuesday of next week and also Wednesday temperature rise back in the low to mid eighties so that I think will actually feel refreshing okay well I I intend to make it to Tuesday one way or another but that's that's good advice Meghan wise our NBC twelve meteorologist always of appreciate of the numbers and the warnings thank you you know when I will wait they had this rule because I had a lot of people lot of foreigners who were working on projects if it hit one hundred and thirty degrees Fahrenheit they would stop the workers from working it's funny how it never officially hit a hundred and thirty degrees I mean I was like I know it is a hundred and thirty plus out here and all my phone it said it was but the official clock downtown that was controlled by the government never hit a hundred and thirty was it as rye he'd at least it was like stand in front of them I'm sick I mean it was it was awful it was the hottest time of my life in a lot of ways let's let's should we check on the traffic yeah okay here's a Richmond Raceway traffic center we'll go right now for ninety five north bound for bills are Tomari southbound from chamberlain hermitage collision Armitage near ninety five.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Get hot today. No question about that. In fact, by noontime. We should be nearing ninety degrees. Right now. It's seventy five hazy hot humid thunderstorms developing this afternoon into the evening hours going to be a lot of rumbling going on with a high near ninety but the real feel because of the oppressive humidity will be closing in on close to one hundred degrees. But then with the thunderstorms come some relief mostly cloudy tomorrow morning, according to storm team ten meteorologist stack green some breaks day. Sunshine going to be a whole lot less humid with a high of seventy five degrees in the weekend. Looks ideal partly sunny, dry high in the low seventies. And as I said, it is seventy five degrees summer of two thousand eighteen the fourth hottest summer recorded in providence. Dating back to nineteen o five. According to the national weather service this year now holds the city's warmest month of August when to daily high temperature records were tied in to record maximum, low temperatures were broken, according to that weather service meteorologist consider summer to consist of the months of June, July. In august. There's nothing exactly newsflash September. High temperature record will be approached today as we're looking to hit about ninety two ninety three degrees hot but relief in sight. According to the Providence Journal state police say that they see sixty nine pounds of marijuana sixty nine pounds with the value of one hundred and forty thousand bucks during a routine traffic stop Tuesday night on route ninety five the driver of the car. Leeann zoo of flushing Queens, New York is charged with delivery possession with intent to deliver in manufacturing marijuana. And it just goes on according to a state police formal spokesperson, Laura Mead Kirk had that to say. Now, this individuals zoo was while was held overnight in the state police hope valley barracks expected to be arraigned coming up tomorrow or early next week. According to the news release trooper stopped him on route ninety five north with near Weaver hill road in West Greenwich. After recording him traveling seventy seven miles per hour in the sixty five mile an hour zone. Imagine that a routine pullover. So as part of the investigation troopers found four big garbage bags containing sixty-nine vacuum sealed bags each containing a pound of marijuana. According to the release state police also seized little over thousand bucks in cash, according to this particular release, there's a genius. All righty. So he's roaming around with sixty nine pounds of marijuana stepped into garbage bags in his car. And that's a good time to exceed the speed limit brillian. We'll put him in the brilliant of the week file if you don't know what the Brazilian is a Brazilian is like a dope to the tenth power. And before we part company on Fridays, we share with you our choice of Brune of the week. So I hope you're gonna be with a solo hot cities and towns working to rectify voter lists after another software glitch effects five thousand potential voters. Your step Machado for my witness news. The board of elections discussing a computer glitch that affected the voter registrations of five thousand Rhode Islanders who registered to vote or change their party affiliation. Through the DMV cities and towns are now working to rectify their voter lists. So everyone can vote in the primary next week to add voters who had registered the DMV, but.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Seen one hundred degree plus temperatures in the eastern. Half of the US relief is on the horizon eight front. Pushing through the northeast is going to trim temperatures all the way down through Pennsylvania and New Jersey. However as you head farther south through Maryland and into Jinya you're not going to see much of a change from yesterday temperatures may drop. A little but it is still going to be quite hot across Virginia and the Carolinas sport today with temperatures making it into the nineties generally the mid nineties and plenty of humidity, and sunshine to make Accu weather. Real feel temperatures above one hundred degrees yet again we do, have however a. Boundary extending from New England on, down through West Virginia, into the Tennessee valley. And that's going to have some shower and thunderstorm activity with it no. Severe weather is expected. In these Areas we could see some strong storms however fire. Up later on in the, day in the heat over Virginia and then diminish early tonight and some of those could have downpours and damaging winds across the deep south will have some afternoon storms. Firing up but nothing severe there we also do have an area that's going to extend from Minnesota on down. Through, Iowan eastern Nebraska into eastern Kansas and western Missouri that, will house some showers and thunderstorms once again there can be. Some locally strong storms although, for the most part they should remain below severe levels dry and hot weather will be around for the most part in the. West that's the nation's weather Mackey whether dot com meteorologist Heather zehr Google maps, isn't waiting for.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Seen one hundred degree plus temperatures in the eastern half of the US relief is on the. Horizon eight front pushing through the northeast is going to trim temperatures all the way down through Pennsylvania and New. Jersey, however as you head farther south through Maryland and Interbrew, Jinya you're not going to see much of a change from. Yesterday temperatures may drop a, little but it is still going to be quite hot across Virginia and the Carolinas sport today with temperatures making it into the. Nineties generally the mid nineties and plenty of humidity and sunshine to make AccuWeather real feel temperatures above one hundred. Degrees yet, again we do have however boundary extending from New, England Tom down through West Virginia into the Tennessee, valley and that's going to have some shower and thunderstorm activity with. It no severe weather is expected in these. Areas we could see some strong, storms, however fire Up later on, in the day in the heat over Virginia and then diminish early tonight and some of those could have downpours and damaging winds across the deep south will have some. Afternoon storms firing up but nothing severe there we also do have an area that's going to extend from Minnesota. On, down through n eastern Nebraska into eastern Kansas and western, Missouri that will have some showers and thunderstorms once again there. Could be some locally strong, storms although for the most part they should remain below severe levels dry in hot weather will be around for the most part. In the west that's the nation's weather Mackey whether dot com meteorologist Heather zehr Google maps isn't waiting for.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tie Clawson. RTD six meteorologist what's going on I day for Tony across the area very humid as. Well, we'll look for a high temperature today to get up to ninety two degrees so we've been at ninety degrees on Sunday and Monday today should be a little hotter and. As a result or he didn't they values will be a little. Higher as well again didn't they afternoon probably right. Around one hundred degrees with lots, the hazy sunshine so make tell you take the appropriate cautions if you need to be outside for an extended period of time now today is the last day of the heat and humidity though cold front. Comes through tomorrow with around. The showers and storms you of, them could, be, strong, today. Borderline severe the timing of that was probably right around midday at this. Point so we'll keep an eye on that for you the ones that front goes through we get rid of the humidity and by Thursday high temperatures will only be in the upper seventies that right there Todd Clawson RTD six meteorologist. Listened to Kurt already money Kurtz crazy about the pumpkin spice I think, it's out now. I think there's places like like. Dunkin donuts Starbucks elation Starbucks we can, get the pumpkin spice your. Pumpkin spice guy I don't mind the pumpkin spice I'm not a. Huge coffee guy but you know, I'll indulgent one every now and then but I don't get it on a consistent basis not asked me for pumpkin spice frosty oh that'd be good for today the fifty cents fifty cents today that's a. Heck of a deal but. They're not poking spice so clearly, Wendy's has, to, get, off. The social media if you didn't get on the stick Tuck. Lawson, there he goes RTD six. Meteorologist available for kids parties as. Well seventy four degrees in the, American standard cooling weather center. A high of ninety one sunshine today that is some. Heat the time is six oh eight Was there a practice, today he's he's got a foot is dealing with so no. Big deal would play. This,.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Thirty eight we've got some mad commuters we. Check them now with him all right well at least they're not early morning commuters because then you really have to be mad about but the bay. Bridge still has a backup it's well east of the maze on all three, approaches Holly there was also. A late accident near. Gilman on west eighty. That's off to the side but all three approaches are backed up well east. Of the maze there's, also slow traffic from the tunnel all. The way out to Fremont street this. Is all westbound coming into the city they eastbound side which was plagued by those earlier problems with that overnight shooting that has completely recovered no problems on the skyway approaching the lower deck let's take a look at the, other peninsula bridges this time around and say good morning. To Peter Scofield he's in for. George we'll good morning Kim San Mateo bridge highway ninety two westbound just past claw, with her that earlier crash has been cleared but it's legacy is. This heavy traffic I'm seeing westbound ninety two from eighty almost amid span is, for the, Dumbarton bridge speeds. Are down there from just before the toll plaza to university and. The Chilton auto body collision Cam sees not an axe But it's roadwork. Going on. Southbound, two eighty at page mill the left lane is blocked there in Los Altos hills that's, why you're backed up to sandhill your next. Update is at nine forty eight on the traffic leader. KCBS our forecast for the bay area has temperatures rising today seventies eighties by the bay eighties, nineties inland maybe one hundred degree reading. Although, you probably have to. Hit all the way into the Sacramento, San Joaquin valleys for that and when. You get there almost certainly one hundred plus. Hazy smoky conditions again in parts of the bay area today traffic and weather together on the eight so an all news one oh six nine AM. Seven forty.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Eight to. One hundred degrees so cooler than it was last week still hot the. Eminem fire about one hundred one zero, six for the, high desert and Eighty-six for the mountain communities we Will continue with excessive heat warnings the, high desert through the evening hours Sunday evening as we go into Monday Tuesday and Wednesday we'll see more monsoon in temperatures going up just a bit by the way Sunday, afternoon better chance of. Seeing more widespread scattered showers and thunderstorms for the mountains high desert potentially into the valley's. Southern California's, most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS to meteorologist Craig Harare KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Seventy-seven the Malibu Ninety-three in Canoga park eighty two. In Santa Ana at four seventeen the threat of a strike in the Los Angeles school. District is a real, possibility after. The teacher's union declared an impasse in the contract talks the union says it's made its last best and final offer to district officials it was rejected Thursday the United teachers Los Angeles Arlene Inouye says they had no, other choice but to declare an impasse extreme opposites in terms. Of how we're looking at the problem how we, see the resolution to the problem and it just you're sitting on one point seven billion dollars in there. Geno Reserved in a letter, to the UT LA the school district says to. Accept the Union's final offer, winning essence bankrupt, the system he no way doesn't agree made proposals about how to get state funding to, support public schools the union has, notified the California Public employment Relations Board, of the breakdown in talks it could. Lead to the appointment of a. Mediator the l. a. USD says it's open to continuing talks even offering August seventh as a date to resume negotiations Karen Adams x ten. Seventy NewsRadio many major southern California landmarks and attractions. Will be illuminated with gold lights. Tonight to pay tribute to the late local restaurant critic Jonathan. Gold highly respected and bullets prizewinning writer died a week ago and today would. Have been his fiftieth, birthday at least, city hall the gateway pylons availa Yikes ferris wheel on, the Santa Monica pier and the US Bank tower in downtown LA will be among the landmarks lit up in gold tonight in his honour plans are also being made for public, celebration of his life next. Month Disneyland resort workers have approved a. New contract that will give more than eighty six hundred employees raise to fifteen dollars. An hour starting next year positive or are positive that the new wage rate goes a long. Way towards recognizing the work that, they're doing but they're still more work to be, done in order to raise the wages to a. Fair moving wage Andrews inner with the United food and commercial workers led the negotiations she tells connects union leaders, will try, to, help pass in November ballot initiative to, raise the minimum wage tweeting dollars an hour and twenty twenty two ill-effects big companies Dan Heim they get, tax breaks, from the city the. New agreement with Disney follows months, of protests over what the workers called low pay wave riders rattling out in Huntington beach today at the US open of surfing, this. Fantails CBS to he's been looking forward to it a just a great gift together for friends family the locals and.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Lot of heating and air companies are just in the. Business, to rip you off not right mechanical he may. Come in and go look your wiggling pin just follow your wobbling rod and. It's just an eighty five dollars fix called the honest dependable right mechanical, heating and air What's there go got you plugged in now yeah it's just terrible I mean it's, really miserable here yesterday in Waco you. And I were talking about one hundred. And fourteen? Degrees at five o'clock in the afternoon and? That beat the city's previous all time record? Of, one hundred and twelve degrees. From way back in nineteen sixty nine so there are weather stations and monitoring stations all over the state. That are registering record highs and record streaks of high temperatures were just finishing up I. Believe four days of temperatures above one hundred degrees driving home yesterday, in the middle, of the, day, Tony and was a hundred and eight that, is, just an amazing temperature show do. You, are you guys getting any kind of precipitation does anything off take off the edge here, no we're there was actually get. This, was a cold front that moved into the area that was before that record high temperature. In Waco, so. He didn't do anything at all, to, try to to. Lower the temperature at all I'm not sure how they even know there was a cold front, but, meteorologists, say there was Was one technically that? Came into the area do. You, can only imagine. How bad, it would have been otherwise there's a. Place down in south central Texas called enchanted rock big granite formations somebody decided to major the, surface of one of those granted rock was one hundred and thirty three degrees yesterday there's just no real relief in sight. Here the power grid is suffering because of it then tragically we've had several children who were left in hot cars and ended up dying touting oh. My gosh, that's just heartbreaking no doubt about it what about the elderly I mean do you have air, quality issues related to all this yes. Absolutely and in fact I visited my. Eighty nine? Year old dad yesterday went up to help? Him out with some south and he was? Hopping, pop and we had a. Level orange Habiba was air quality days so that is an issue just sort of sick as in the. Air in the afternoon no snow clouds no rain nothing just this this heavy haze some. Of it does just the heat coming up after your dog to, surface so scientifically, what are People. That meteorologist and, others saying, about. This is, this highly unusual. Is this stuff that we're starting to see more and more there in the. Southwestern no, or what It's an anomaly at least at this point I mean and I. Remember way, back to, nineteen eighty, we had a long. Stretch of of hundred degree days but this is unusually hot and it's an, unusually long string of hot days so yeah it's it's it's a it's a long heatwave it's an. Intense heatwave but just hoping that within. The next week or so we of get some relief, and you, guys in Nevada is struggling with some of this in southern California's we understand it down to Arizona. It's just all over the place and and. With that of course comes to the. Threat of, wildfires, and just everything that. Comes with people just trying to stay, cool stay inside didn't stay out of the heat I, can't. Imagine. It being. That hot all right Jim we appreciate your time, we've had our own? Dose of it but nothing like that one hundred fourteen degrees from Waco Texas amazing thank. You Jim Appreciate it Tony have gray day Jim Ryan ABC news, joining us here on Kentucky had morning news it's coming up on eleven away from seven o'clock coming. Up, next hour seven fifteen Aaron Katersky. Joins us apparently we've learned after yesterday that a dozen, audio recording, seized by the FBI for President Trump's former or your Michael Cohen have been forwarded now to federal. Prosecutors what's on them don't know we'll try. To find out more from Aaron Radic. Quarter after, seven, it's eleven away from. Seven o'clock will Clark has headlines for, you at the top of the hour here let's stories, he's. Working. On right. Now Thanks. Tony here are the stories we're following the fight over the value of governor Bevan's Anchorage home continues a Lexington teenager is mourning the loss of nine family members..

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WLAC

"Finance expert explains when plus having nothing to do with barbecues fireworks or a day off the reason a florida man says this past fourth of july is one he'll never forget and the extreme distaste for pickup trucks in a suburb of chicago this little town outside of chicago that instituted a ban or strict on pickup truck parking hitting back in the nineteen seventies and the rule is you cannot park your pickup in your driveway overnight or in front of your house overnight and then some younger folks have moved in and they're pushing back on this rule to try to get them to overturn it wall street journal reporter doug belkin on the pickup restrictions and floss more illinois he's here in about twenty minutes lake county located in a mountainous region about one hundred miles north of san francisco has been hit by six major wildfires since two thousand fifteen this county more than any other seems to be the center of wildfire attention the pony fire the current night bear has been fueled by high winds and triple digit temperatures scorched the least twenty two homes and other structures since breaking out june twenty third from an unknown source more from wall street journal reporter jim carlton jim what's up here so we got all the time in here in california i'm in the bay area of san francisco and i just noticed that one county particular lake county just north of napa so we started counting them up in a six major fire since two thousand fifteen so three and fifteen another one in two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen and other one going on now and while two thousand homes and it's just been a nightmare for them this ended wow and that's like attributed so what is it certain terrain that just makes it easy for these fires to catch and spread along the northern california lake county is a very large county very rural mostly mountains on a coastal range mountains covered with a brush and and pine trees in the problem is that we had last year we had five years of extreme drought and so a lot of those trees are dead dead and dying trees on this mountain slopes as to what happened what was happening is that the hot one hundred degrees so we got a lot of feel triple digit temperatures and then we and just two weeks ago the ponti broke out hundred and five degrees fifty mph winds and you know it doesn't take much yeah are is there anything that some of these poor homeowners can do to help themselves well me the coin to remove brushback away from the houses they call it defensible space in california you'll try to have at least one hundred feet of defensible space but you don't not enough last year we have the santa rosa fires and there was an entire subdivision wiped out by flying embers that's that's another problem this wall cars if i was so strong it'll just create a zone the higher and that's what's happened in lake county as well well i remember some of those videos from last year and talking to you about it how those they were just like jump from one side of the street to the other and bam you'd have a brand new breakout people have lived in lake county is a beautiful place it doesn't have the same famous napa county on napa napa valley is just south and you're a lot more money there is a lot more glamour lake county those over a mountain range the beautiful lake it's called clear lake houseboats on people taking by powerboats they're cheaper home so in running so the problem is in the like in the last five years it's just like every year they got a major fire and they're very upset about it we're speaking with wall street journal reporter jim carlton how about the mental strain there must be some i mean as much as some of those folks in you know them they're just going to stay because they love it and it's beautiful and they're willing to do whatever but at this got to be tough mentally oh yeah in fact i'm glad you brought that up because i wanted to community assistance center in a little town called spring valley and talk to a behavioral therapist for the count for lake county and she actually said there's something called fire ptsd ptsd with us when you've been through.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Just so you know you can listen at home by telling alexa play on iheartradio yeah in joy the stimulation glenn beck super glenn yesterday was a noticed article on drudge scorcher it was through much of the country for the fourth of july yesterday so i started researching a little bit on what is normal for a lot of cities this time of year and what is because you know that this is going to be used as seventyfive records were broken all across the country yesterday you're going to be hearing that stuff and it's because of global warming it's always global warming so the average days in dallas texas that hit one hundred or more you know what that averages every summer no eighteen so last year hottest of course every year is the hottest on record last year is no exception hottest on record so if the average is eighteen days of one hundred or more in dallas how many last year do you think hit one hundred degrees or more twelve thousand i'm gonna really good guess k other than the fact that there are many days in the year in my lower your just slightly high it was ten thousand ten just ten ten so there's eighteen eighteen on average it was under that it was less than average on basically yeah of average yeah amazing and and i looked i looked at multiple cities across the country and that seemed to be the case everywhere in the hottest year in record and then they showed just general cities we usually have more hundred degree days in the west so they looked at sacramento los angeles las vegas salt lake city and phoenix and they were all below average last year you know tampa has never had a day of one hundred degrees or more tampa florida has never hit one hundred degrees really now isn't it it's an amazing hills that way out of guests.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WRVA

"Six point one fm glenn beck glenn i guess today was a noticed an article on drudge of what a scorcher it was through much of the country for the fourth of july yesterday so i started researching a little bit on what is normal for a lot of cities this time of year and what is because you know that this is going to be used as seventyfive records were broken across the country yesterday you're going to be here that stuff and it's because of global warming it's always global warming so the average days in dallas texas that hit one hundred or more you know what that averages every summer no eighteen so last year pay hottest of course every year is the hottest on record and last year is no exception hottest on record so if the average is eighteen days of one hundred or more in dallas how many last year do you think hit one hundred degrees or more twelve thousand really good guests k other than the fact that there are many days in the year and my lower your just slightly high it was ten thousand ten just ten ten so there's eighteen eighteen on average it was under that it was less than average on basically yeah yeah amazing and i looked i looked at multiple cities across the country and that seemed to be the case everywhere in the hottest year in record and then they showed just general cities we usually have more hundred degree days in the west so they were looked at sacramento los angeles las vegas salt lake city in phoenix and they were all below average last year tampa has never had a day of one hundred degrees or more tampa florida has never hit one hundred degrees really isn't that it's an amazing hills that way out of guests.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Newsradio ten thirty where the news never stops good afternoon wbz news time to o'clock right now it's ninety degrees and sunny in boston a heated visory remaining in effect until eight o'clock tonight traffic and weather together coming up on the threes i'm sherry small happy fourth of july now to our top story pack some sunscreen as you head out to celebrate this fourth of july holiday and be sure to stay hydrated because it's hot and humid today but wbz tv's berry burbank says we still won't match the nearly one hundred degrees we saw yesterday that's not going to be as terrible as it was yesterday in terms of the heat and humidity was pretty stifling as it approached one hundred degrees in many spots and you add the humidity on that with a do points in the low middle seventies it felt like about one hundred four to one hundred nine degrees so maxed out yesterday it will be a little more comfortable today but still considered humid but not going up very much along the coast today especially in the city of boston because the wind is going to switch on shore the record temper after four july fourth is one hundred four degrees that record set back in nineteen eleven tours in boston braved the heat today to celebrate july fourth by welcoming the us constitution named for america's founding document by president george washington wbz's bill marcus spoke to some this afternoon in charlestown uss constitution providing a real treat in boston harbor for the locals and the tourists hope that the boston django shoe is from philadelphia some some british ships is son andrew was going to intern on the uss new jersey deva shows like the long storied history of us navy and it's amazing that you can go to hear the constitution here passing young the lawyer so it's astounding charlestown bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Twenty five till i've got it on good authority the extreme heat in the east will remain through the day today and tomorrow more from accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr extreme heat as going to persist another day across the east coast temperatures in the i ninety five corridor going to be in the upper nineties and combined with sunshine humidity accuweather real feel temperatures are going to be above one hundred degrees probably at least one hundred and five to one hundred and ten we're also going to be looking at highs in the nineties across much of new england and back at a central pennsylvania and also back into west virginia once you get farther west over into the ohio and tennessee valleys and especially down toward the gulf coast he's not going to be as extreme as it will be farther east with more clouds around as well as showers and thunderstorms and there is a possibility a likelihood even that there will be some flooding downpours with some of the storms that are along the central gulf coast and perhaps up into the tennessee valley as well we also have a chance for severe weather tb popping up across the plains this afternoon continuing into this evening storms are going to have flooding downpours as well as damaging winds and large hail we do have a few showers but lighter showers across the northwest otherwise the western half of the country is just going to stay dry temperatures and the desert's aren't going to top one hundred degrees and we may see a few places in central california that will hit triple digits as well across new england there will be some areas that get strong storms as we go through the day and those places could have flooding downpours and gusty winds that's the nation's weather.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Welcome bank let's get straight to the last post sadly the lost poem this interview with the crank davis and of course go coach shown so something that struck me on your own you talked about someone who has a only so much capacity for rotation can someone just tell us you'll to bendy you'll fall to flexible can you be just to loose sure a lot of the girls i coach in in high level amateur golf and professional golf have massive amounts hypermobility and so the prime ability to to an extent what happens from a lot of loose girls in my life to be there sometimes these girls have our time transfer in the energy because there's not really any xl diesel kinetically in how they move and then there can be because of because of these massive movements and their joints they don't seem to stiffen and transfer the energy out as much so it's it's i know i'm using the wrong words with him staring at me right now let me let me yeah we do what is happening to me right now i just like sitting here dying because i'm trying my best to be in the dealt filed at least at least you're perceptive enough to look at you like look at chuck he is dying right getting younger by the seconds you'll mental age got control one hundred degrees of motion right you have one hundred degrees a play versus twenty right it's much easier to control twenty degrees and figure out where you are in that hundred degrees emotion sweet so when you have hypermobility there's an a lot more space you have to own because it sounds like it should be an advantage well you have to have enough motion right to do what you wanna do and you have to own that motion but if you all of a sudden give a player an extra thirty degrees of overall rotation they don't own it now they have way more room to make mistakes right and that's very common wow that's what an interesting that's where do we go from him i mean you seem to me to be two gentlemen who combined to make a giant leap forward and i'm guessing from just the discussion we've had you not the kind of guys to just sit down we've cracked it you'll looking over the hill you won't to see and think about what could potentially be the future you got any souls is hey you know when i talk about resonance one of the cool things that the last couple of years that's it's made a big difference in my job so i get to see my players on a daily basis which is very different than a lot of other therapists are moving coaches yes and so i use a lot of times when my players aren't injured we use that as a diagnostics and when i say not injured i mean not symptomatically injured as a as a time to use the diagnostics with our hands and different other tools to figure out where the body starting to breakdown without actually being injured yet and so now we can use things like this comey like luminous where we using electrons and different other natural therapies to increase the healing before the problem actually becomes an injury so for me preventative yeah there's a completely new way now yeah well that's that's a good way joe he's crack such a doctor said listen listen it's a joke yeah works that's why that's why they test for that's right to do work anything high repetition in it is going to be putting muscles tendons and everything into into a stressful environment and at some point you going to find damage well that's right you alter the ten thirty model you go right so you got to be thinking we'll we'll do with it when we get there which is possibly it's slash up ninety s model for dana but now it everybody's thinking well we know it's coming how do we prevent that old limit down i think though too with.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"Welcome bank let's get straight to the last post sadly the lost poem this interview with the crank davis and of course go coach shown so something that struck me on your own you talked about someone who has a only so much capacity for rotation can someone just tell us you'll to bendy you'll fall to flexible can you be just to loose sure a lot of the girls i coach in in high level amateur golf and professional golf have massive amounts hypermobility and so the prime ability to to an extent what happens from a lot of loose girls in my life to be there sometimes these girls have our time transfer in the energy because there's not really any xl diesel kinetically in how they move and then there can be because of because of these massive movements and their joints they don't seem to stiffen and transfer the energy out as much so it's it's i know i'm using the wrong words with him staring at me right now let me let me yeah we do what is happening to me right now i just like sitting here dying because i'm trying my best to be in the dealt filed at least at least you're perceptive enough to look at you like look at chuck he is dying right getting younger by the seconds you'll mental age got control one hundred degrees of motion right you have one hundred degrees a play versus twenty right it's much easier to control twenty degrees and figure out where you are in that hundred degrees emotion sweet so when you have hypermobility there's an a lot more space you have to own because it sounds like it should be an advantage well you have to have enough motion right to do what you wanna do and you have to own that motion but if you all of a sudden give a player an extra thirty degrees of overall rotation they don't own it now they have way more room to make mistakes right and that's very common wow that's what an interesting that's where do we go from him i mean you seem to me to be two gentlemen who combined to make a giant leap forward and i'm guessing from just the discussion we've had you not the kind of guys to just sit down we've cracked it you'll looking over the hill you won't to see and think about what could potentially be the future you got any souls is hey you know when i talk about resonance one of the cool things that the last couple of years that's it's made a big difference in my job so i get to see my players on a daily basis which is very different than a lot of other therapists are moving coaches yes and so i use a lot of times when my players aren't injured we use that as a diagnostics and when i say not injured i mean not symptomatically injured as a as a time to use the diagnostics with our hands and different other tools to figure out where the body starting to breakdown without actually being injured yet and so now we can use things like this comey like luminous where we using electrons and different other natural therapies to increase the healing before the problem actually becomes an injury so for me preventative yeah there's a completely new way now yeah well that's that's a good way joe he's crack such a doctor said listen listen it's a joke yeah works that's why that's why they test for that's right to do work anything high repetition in it is going to be putting muscles tendons and everything into into a stressful environment and at some point you going to find damage well that's right you alter the ten thirty model you go right so you got to be thinking we'll we'll do with it when we get there which is possibly it's slash up ninety s model for dana but now it everybody's thinking well we know it's coming how do we prevent that old limit down i think though too with.

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"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Ad council oh many areas of the country will be easing up on heat and humidity levels today are welcomed reprieve let's get more from meteorologist heather's air evacuate their dot com temperatures and humidity levels are going to be nice and low across the great lakes and the hayel valley for today highs mostly going to be in the '70s and '80s set crossed those areas and the humidity is going to be nice and low is well we got a lot of sunshine to go along with that to sell overall it's really going to be quite a nice day in that part of the country were also looking for not as extreme of heat on the west coast with highs that are going to be backing off quite a bit for the northwest and even down into the central valleys of california the only places in the southwest that will get above one hundred degrees we'll be out in the desert s we're also looking for some pretty decent weather across new england there may be some early showers but other than that we have cool weather and that's going to be in place says clouds break for a little sunshine haiser mostly going to be in the '60s though so it definitely is a cool day however we do have some unpleasant weather as well to deal with including a possibility of severe weather across the upper midwest with a chance for damaging wins on march haillan even a tornado chances well that's going to be focused over minnesota elsewhere in the inner mountain west we have a lot of shower thunderstorm activity that's going to be going on including arrests scott flash flooding from downpours that'll be focussed around utah and colorado that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's air socalled pharma bro martin skrela won't testify.

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