36 Burst results for "One Hundred Feet"
The Neurobiology of Peak Performance with Steven Kotler
"So early in the book. Stephen writes that the only thing more difficult than the emotional. Toil of pursuing true excellence is the emotional toil of not pursuing excellence. I thought that was a really striking idea. Sort of starter interview. I asked stephen torn pack that for me. It's not a new idea. Abraham maslow's psychologist in the fifty s by sang. Whatever a person can be they must be humans evolved to go after sort of to rise to their full potential to tap into their full capability and there are significant consequences. If you don't use the system for how it's designed and and that sounds weird. They're eight major causes depression two of them genetics trauma get the most attention on genetics. Alone will never caused depression or anxiety and trauma as a general release to most radic growth not stress. The store on the other six categories are what happens when you fail the optimize intrinsic motivation. The way it's been designed to be optimized and things along those lines to breakdown in saves system that allows us to tackle high hard goals which were built to do. if we don't it starts breaking down on us for with significant consequences. When i read that what i thought and i'm curious what you think about this as okay pursuing true. Sounds like something for the very few like that. Is that is sort of like your olympic athlete. Your see over major company. But i guess what you're saying is this. This is something that needs to be universal. So how how does somebody who you know. Just kind of normal life integrate. The idea of two excellent into their own life an interesting question. I think most of us have singer to that. We do. Maybe falls in the hobby category for us. Prove that for that matter that we would love to be great at. I haven't met too many people who don't have one or two things like that on this essentially the system is built for that and and the handle that capacity. It's interesting on the more important point though is in this is a point. I make throughout the book. Which is the book is about people who are really interested in tackling high hard goals. Right what would we might call through excellence. But it doesn't matter because people form has nothing more or less than getting our biology work for us rather than gets a so. If you want to have an easier time at work on monday to make better decisions on tuesday you want to be a little more productive on wednesday. Maybe some creative problem solving on thursday. Take your pick the same tools that allow us to achieve. pure excellence. Chur excellence are of the same tools that we can use to improve our performance at any level. That's the only toolkit there is which is our biology. You talk about how you came into this world of looking at extreme performance and you use the term extreme innovation and it started out. Interestingly enough wasn't a lab it was in the world of extreme sports and he were journalists covering it so just to get us kind of in your head and how you were called to do this type of work. How did you arrive to the place you are today. I became a journalist in the early nineteen ninety s journalists astounding career. Because you get to kind of exploit your curiosities right anything. You're super passionate about their You you could write about. And i was super passionate about psychology and neuro science predominantly neuroscience fascinated with how humans work and neuroscience seemed to unlock a level of of kind of human mechanism. It was super interesting to me on the other side. I was obsessed with action. Sports adventure sports rock climbing surfing skiing. Snowboarding in the like and this was the early nineteen nineties. These sports were just kind of nascent activities. The gravity games just starting the x. games had just been launched and there weren't a whole lot of writers who knew much about the sports and i did. I was super curious. So i was lucky. Enough to basically spend the better portion of a decade chasing athletes around mountains across oceans. And as you pointed out the nineteen nineties is often considered the great era impossible in action. Sports were more impossible. Feats meaning things that were believe. Never going to happen. Never been done never going to be done. Were just being done. They were being iterating upon and this caught my attention for all the obvious reasons like it. Just it didn't make any sense. Waves that had been twenty five feet at. That was the max we could serve some. They were one hundred feet tall. Like everything was happening Like that across across the board in all these sports so it begged an explanation but more important was that there was a real every man effort to what was going on the the athletes. I knew who are sort of reinventing. The limits of human possibility. They had difficult childhoods came from broken. Homes it very little education the deb. A lot of money is let drugs and alcohol. There was a lot of risk taking. And you know. I knew from the narrow size of the psychology that normally when those things show up in a population you have bad consequences. People go to jail. People die young. What they don't do is reinvent. The limits of human performance over and over and over again and. That's exactly what. I was seeing so that was sort of where this started for me. I wanted to understand what i was looking at
Fresh update on "one hundred feet" discussed on Overdue
"The oh hans. Endless cross the cnc. Were we go. And so they decide to do this. And they're on this boat for days and days and days and days sailing hundreds and hundreds of miles. Why god and they a few things happen. They catch a couple of fish that they identify as being sort of prehistoric. they've a theme. That keeps happening. Is that you know you. You are running into plant life and other stuff that we know of on the surface but only through the fossil record. It's living part of the earth anymore but down here it's all live like you've got these old fish you got a fight between a please easiest soren ichthyosaur and it's it is interesting to hear about what that fight would have been like from the perspective of like a fly on the police horse head. Which is what you're getting here. Y'all just sat on this raft and we thought it was a bunch of animals but it turns out just to be two really big animals and they were fighting like one hundred feet away from us and we all just kind of sat quietly and hope that they didn't decide to eat us later. I dig it. that's cool. I figured you would enjoy the part where the dinosaurs five. But i also dig the part that it sounds like it is not a and then we had to run from the dinosaurs and then no. There's not like running against a green screen from the dinosaurs to get down into the valley on skull island. Yes in kong as a work of art. We're weird little. They should teach us shot in film school. They're just observing things. Yeah exists below the earth gnarly like participating in or changing them or like getting mad so they they are on the see for awhile. They get turned the they get caught up in this weird lake under ground. Lightning storm thing that almost ruins them and then they finally get back to shore they discover a. We are back where we started. We did not actually cross the sea at all. We must have gotten halfway and like god bumped turned around. No so they despair for a little bit and then they go exploring they see some woolly mammoths and they see some twelve foot tall like they find it. Well first they find like a human skeleton. And then there's this whole weird passage where alkaline branca's talking as though he were presenting this in a museum and talking about the you know the the 'cause they're apparently just been some kind of discovery at the time where they'd found an a like i'd old human skeleton next some copper tools or something okay. It was at the time. I guess like the oldest thing that anybody found. And then they go down the center of the earth and they find this old thing okay and then they find some living woolly mammoth and like a twelve foot tall guy and in the movie like they would have you. You can see it in your in your mind's eye right like they are looking at the scene and then one of them like rock and it makes a noise or they like fall and they catch the attention of the of this guy and then they get chased by a bunch of big eyes and yeah and in the book they just like see it and then they're like cool and then they go back to where hans is working to repair the rats that to me that to me is like it. The the blockbuster has not been invented yet. there's not a sense that there's no place where you can go to rent super nintendo games. It's true It's true and you'd have if you wanted to watch we can bernie's you'd have to buy it..
Data center gives new life to site of a former coal plant
"For more than eighty years a- coal-fired power plant operated in the city of hammond indiana but when the state line generating plant shutdown in two thousand twelve. The city lost its biggest tax payer so that was a big deal when it decided to close. Dave ryan is executive director of the lakeshore chamber of commerce. In hammond. he says the closure also left behind a giant building that had to be taken down and a massive pile of. It's just sitting there hundred feet high and one hundred feet deep a hole so that all had been remediated but the city was convinced that the site had potential. It's close to chicago and located on lake. Michigan developers agreed and use the site to build a new data center called digital crossroad to build the facility. They recycled some asphalt and concrete from the original plant. Solar panels will help create electricity for the city of hammond. The data center helps provide a new tax base while it was going to be just a environmentally disastrous site. You know with a huge coal pile sitting in the middle of it is now been turned into a beautiful data center and now what was a basket of lemons now lemonade for city of human
Strong winds fuel wildfire in Southern California
"Southern california. Millions are under a red flag warnings. Tonight a forecast for more high winds keeping the fire. Danger high as firefighters tried to contain a blaze that forced tens of thousands to evacuate. Steve patterson is there blasted by surging. Winds gust up to seventy five miles an hour and a landscape of bone. Dry fuel southern california bonfire chewed through thousands of acres forcing residents to race columns of flames raining down a hail of embers saw these flames come out from behind a ridge and they must have been like fifty one hundred feet tall. The fire started at home then spreading forcing more than twenty five thousand two evacuated injuring. Two firefighters i'm alive. Gene page barely escaped as the flames ripped into her yard nearly torching her hillside home. I was terrified. I cried all last night. I i was 'cause you're never gonna get back what you put into as the fire spread win grounded critical air support. It's the latest in a brutal year of historic california wildfires. more than four million acres scorched. So far we have santa ana conditions in high wind conditions. That are promoting really big fast-spreading spreading fire events tonight. Nearly eleven million under red flag warnings with the threat expected into the weekend. The latest leg of an allergy round fire season keeping residents locked in. Unending worry
Huge Puerto Rico radio telescope to close in blow to science
"A huge telescope in Puerto Rico that's been featured in films like the James Bond movie goldeneye is slated to be shut down the National Science Foundation says it will close the telescope at the renowned Arecibo observatory in Puerto Rico it's considered a blow to scientists worldwide who depend on it for celestial observations the thousand foot wide radio telescope drew ninety thousand visitors year as long served as a training ground for hundreds of graduate students in August a cable broke and tore up one hundred foot hole in the reflector dish and damage the dome above it then in November a steel cable snapped causing further damage and the telescope is considered to be at serious risk of collapse I'm Jennifer king
Berlin’s Brandenburg Airport is open!
"Some happened and i cannot believe that i am about to say this. Say what is it going to be. It can't be as unbelievable as what i think. You're going to tell me. I think it might be berlin. Brandenburg airport finally open. How it finally. it's only eternity late will. What's the official number of years late. This report. I think it's a an changed almost nine years late. I think it's years late nine years late. Billions of euros over budget. The airline it was built to be a home hub for hasn't existed in three years. Air berlin is long gone into the dust of the history books of aviation and had the opening go. Let's just say that the inaugural ceremonial opening of the airport went just about as well as the construction period and previous nine years. Well no i. It went better than that. Actually i mean it has to a gun better than that. It's pointing landed in billions of euros. Evaporate it. They didn't accidentally land in new berlin wisconsin. Or something like that but no it was on brand show. He say the plan had been for parallel arrivals on the two runways for an easy jet flight and aloof tons of flight and the flight numbers were written such that. It noted that it was the thirty first of october in the year. Twenty twenty it was easyjet. Three one one zero and lufthansa twenty twenty. They were supposed to touch down at the exact same moment and ceremonially open the airport. The weather had other plans as the weather often does. There was poor weather and they had to all land on a single runway one after the other but that was fine they landed they taxied. They gonna water cannon salute. It'll look nice. Will picture that in the show notes because it does a good water. cannon salutes. always nice thing. we're met something. I know i've seen this raised before and i'm also a little confused. Why they weren't able to conduct a parallel rent landing on these two runways when they're spaced out more than a mile apart from each other. That's a question. I'd like to see if somebody can answer as why. They couldn't conduct a parallel landing. When the runways are are not all that close together it's not like newark. Sfo where running literally one hundred feet apart from each other. What happened here. What i heard from a few people. And i haven't been able to confirm this so there might be some gray area in here as the categories of the aisle system on the other runway whether or not it can support the particular conditions that they found themselves in that may have had something to do with it. But if you've got an authoritative source by all means drop us a note at podcast at if our two four dot com or if you've been in the airport i know we've got a few emails over the years that inform us on the progress of the opening of the. I know it's been a kind of a joke. Among those who follow these sorts of but i was being generous. I know that has been the laughing. Stock of the industry's air better okay. But it's open and they begin their first real operations later this week. Where were the kind of move. Everybody things like so. It happened so we have to pick something else to point
Travel to Turkmenistan
"I'd like to welcome back to the show Justin Barnes from Justin and crystal dot com, and just has come to talk to us about Turkmenistan Justin. Welcome back to the show. Thank you. Thanks for having me back and I say welcome back to the show Justin was on episode six, twenty, nine about the Big island of Hawaii. This is a very different destination. We're talking about today. What's your connection with Turkmenistan? We traveled there on a trip to or the stands. There's the five stands Turkmenistan Kazakhstan respect. Extended Kurdistan, and we went to four of them on a trip and Turkmenistan is certainly the most interesting of the bunch in terms of how foreign it was. The misers foreign every since the word will and I was very interested in doing the show because been one time since we've talked about Turkmenistan and because. Before covert hit, we had a amateur traveler trip plan to the stands not to all five to two. I think of them as I recall in two thousand and twenty one which has bumped to two thousand and twenty two, but still planning on taking a group to that region of the world. So should someone go to Turkmenistan all for one thing it has something that I am fairly certain no other country. In the world has which Zeke giant flaming pit in the middle of the desert that looks for one tencent purposes like a volcanic crater but is actually just burning natural gas and you can walk right up to the edge of it. It's about the ultimate across at about one hundred feet deep and that's something you're not gonna see any world's Laurel I think Azerbaijan has some similar geologic features of natural burning. Areas that have been burning for hundreds of years. Well, in addition to that, there's some very interesting Silk Road historical sites, and also some history even older than that going back to partying times in an earlier excellent and the Parthenon's being a contemporaries with an and rivals with the Romans. The recreation of the Persian state after the fall of Persia to Alexander the Great. Excellent will what should one do would enter and where are you going to take us on an itinerary here? So I would recommend or remain sites that can kind of seen in any. Any order. One is the capital Ashgabad, which is in the south central part of the country. nother one is the gas crater, which is more or less than the very center of the country. Kunia organic, which is the north central or the country. And finally merged, which is in the eastern part of the country in the horror which would go to those guys somewhat dictated in where you're coming from and where you're going to afterwards I think for the most are people who be traveling Turkmenistan. If you'RE GONNA, go that way you're not going to be going only to Turkmenistan, and so it's going to be part of a larger trip either balls, other stands and or. Now, we're you doing trip independently or as part of a tour or how did you arrange us? This was part of a tour. I. Think as a practical matter, it is very unlikely that somebody is going to get a visa to stand on their own is hard to get into Turkmenistan insulin less. You're going with a company that does a lot of tour packages there where they take care of getting visa process they donald is across all the ts I think for all intents and purposes it's it's almost impossible to get in unless you with without friends or family member living country. Will and one thing we should bring up just because people are gonNA look at the map and some people are going to say, no right away. Because of its neighbors. Because we just to the south of Turkmenistan Afghanistan in Iran Iran being very stable country right meal although not always one that my country the US is friendly with Afghanistan not necessarily. Being as stable but Turkenistan you've found to be fairly safe an interesting country to travel to. Yes and we went there from Iran and they were quite different but I felt safe in both places for different reasons. Under of the spectrum well in, we'll talk about more about Iran some other day. There's a couple, very fascinating episodes that we've done on. Iran made me want to get there ever since we've talked about it. So took minutes said you start at us in the capital, Yes yes. So Ashgabad new would either fly into or conceivably if you were on a road trip from either northern Iran or from Pakistan might come in. The car by I think most likely would come into the airport, which is very interesting. Airport probably will not see too many if any other airports that look the same with a multi billion dollar airport that looks like eighty giant Falcon or shave your channel self is a Falcon hundreds of feet. We'll be thousands of feet across.
Cooking Week Morning Quiz
"Chefs get ready to simmer up some fun because it's cooking week on jumpers start brushing on the top of your mouth on one side and rush little circles all the way around each tooth. I hope you brought your apron because today we have a tasty cooking quiz. How tall was the tallest cake ever made? Was it ten feet as tall as a basketball hoop fifty feet as tall as the five story building or over one hundred feet. That's taller than five drafts. Stacked up on top of each other to figure it out. Let's learn more about how cakes are made switzer rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and brush the inside. The outside amateur of tooth cakes are great for celebrating. There's nothing better than a birthday cake covered in frosting and candles and they're all kinds of cakes sponge cakes. Coffee Cakes cheesecakes. Whatever kind of cake? You're making you're probably going to need the same basic cake. Ingredients eggs flour butter oil and of course sugar switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth. Brusher molars in the back. When you're making a cake you I measure and then mix. All of the ingredients into a batter. Batter doesn't really look anything like cake. It's more like a tasty Gupta live. That's why you need to bake the batter when you put it in the oven. When you hit the batter in the oven it makes gooby batter turned into a fluffy cake. That's ready to eat swift rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth. Don't forget your front teeth so now. Do we know a little bit more about cakes. It's time for you to make a guess. How tall was the tallest cake ever made? Was it ten feet as tall as a basketball hoop fifty feet as tall as a five storey building or was it over one hundred feet taller than five giraffes stacked on top of each other. Come back to jumpers tonight to find out until then make sure you rinse with water before you. Three to
How do pirates retire?
"And all next week. I'm investigating the myths and mysteries of the pirates that sailed the seven seas during the golden age of piracy. Yesterday I debunked the idea that pirates never had treasure chests full of gold blooms and pieces of eight and cited the discovery of the pirate ship wide up by BERRY CLIFFORD CHESTER TREASURE. That he hold from the remains of that ship and yeah it was a treasure map that led into that site today. I'll detail how pirates were able to repair their ships despite being unable to pull in any protocol and where they ended up when they go to old from the coast of wealth leak Massachusetts where Clifford found that pirate ship. Wider will travel eight thousand miles across the Atlantic cross the continent of Africa to an island in the Indian Ocean in the seventeenth century. A thirty one mile stretch of land was called Ile Sainte Marie. Just a short sale as the seagull flies. For in the seventeen and eighteenth century was home to more than a thousand pirates but it was no mere coincidence that the colony was set up on seemingly remote island this particular stretch of land in the Indian Ocean was chosen specifically for location from here. The pirates could easily intercept and plunders ships. Traveling from the East indies laden with valuable cargo. So associated was island with piracy that gone to Madagascar for Limes. Was a message often left at pirate meeting places. It is believed that feared Brin Adam Baldrige realized that the bays and inlets of the island would provide safety for ships as well as affording about a full supply of fresh food water and women. It is also thought that the ample supplies of fruit were used for making that infamously favorite drink of these. See Ferry Marauders. Rum was the many inlets. The provided a defensible harbor for careening. This ship was pulled ashore and much of its whole. Planking was either scraped clean or replaced because this process placed ships and their crew in a vulnerable situation change were pulled across the entrance to the inland just below the surface. In the event of the pirate harbour was discovered in an English or Spanish ship attempted to enter the chain would rip out there Keel but more than a pirate harbour. I all Sainte. Marie became last stop for aging pirates. To this day you can go. To The island of find hundreds of stone markers at with names dates and the skull and crossbones on some many times entire crew would end up on the island and bury their treasure often in fear of having it taken by another pirate truth. Tunnels were dug containing all kinds of traps. Should an attempt be made to steal their booty? One of the most notorious Captain Kidd suffered at the hands of his crew burned his ship to the water that was the adventure galley and then sank after the remains of the ship were discovered so many tourists came to what was commonly called. Pirates island. This would be about nineteen eighties. They were injured when they descended into those ancient pirate tunnels so many were injured that the local government had the entrances cemented over. Well Monday. I'll describe what life on a pirate ship was like. And how many pirate cans couldn't fire a cannonball more than one hundred feet and what the battle between ships was really
Science Movie Club: 'Contact'
"Summer. I just re watched contact last night and I feel like it held up. You know I feel like I was still really happy. With what is your. What are your thoughts? I was very pleased. Yeah and I feel like I need to watch it more. Regularly summer ash knows a thing or two about making contact if you will with space. She's a real life radio astronomer. Who Works at the. Va a telescope facility. In New Mexico. Be L. A. Stands for very large array basically a group of radio antennas working together to Observe Space. And it just happens to be where lots of the movie takes place so it is very large. That does not align the telescope itself is made up of twenty seven separate dishes there each roughly one hundred feet tall and eighty feet in diameter weigh two hundred thirty tonnes and they all act as one. So they're all pointing at the same thing and they are just a super powerful instrument could call it the most scientifically productive ground based telescope in the world. So it's pretty awesome as where your it's pretty frequent. Contact isn't just about the search for extraterrestrial life. It also touches on stuff like academic culture and scientific funding all stuff worth digging into so stick around. I'm Mattie Safai. And this is shortwave. The daily science podcast from NPR.
Pirate Myths and Mysteries
"And for the next week or so. I will be focusing on tyrus during the Golden Age from sixteen fifty to about seventeen thirty and in my ongoing research for these podcasts. I have had a few surprises one. Pirates DID BURIED TREASURE TO PIRATES. Made MAPS FOR THOSE TREASURE. I will be producing evidence of this also. Pirates did make other pirates and English Spanish ship captains walk the plank pick up any book on the Golden Age Pirates. Sixteen fifty to seventeen thirty and it would have you believe that they sailed the Atlantic but in fact when the English began actively pursuing what they call privateers and hanging entire crews many fled attempting to sail around Cape Horn. The southernmost tip of South America but few survived where the Atlantic and Pacific collided strong winds large waves unpredictable current and icebergs challenge every vessel. Pirates formed egalitarian. Orders based on elected officials and mutual trust. They did make some crews of captured vessels walk the plank in eighteen twenty two captain of the British ship. Rudd poll was made to walk the plank when his ship was captured by the pirate ship. Emmanuel before turning himself in Captain Kidd buried his treasure somewhere on long island also around area will discuss Madagascar. He was hanged for piracy in London before it could retrieve it for two hundred years. Fifteen sixty five to eighteen fifteen. The Spanish Treasury Cross Pacific from Alka Poco laden with gold and silver had been caravan across the isthmus there from there. They sailed to new Spain at the time Manila unchallenged until sixteen ninety nine. It was late in that year. That the five masted pirate ship made the run around Cape Hope captain by check Berryman. The Spanish treasure galleon left behind by the rest of the Spanish fleet was just ten days out of port of Al Capone sailing. Lazy five knots for Manila when they were intercepted by another vessel when the peach pulled within five hundred yards of the Galleon and unfurled the Jolly Roger and fired. Twenty two cannon on the heavily Laden. Gallia well that was all it took without hesitation. Captain Fernandez de the Tinian unloaded his sixteen cannons in response and beat a hasty retreat up the coast of North America. No Vashem's speed for the gold. Silver she carried the San. Jose couldn't lose the peach. A Jose carried eighty pounds of gold twenty-six tons of unkown silver and four hundred thousand pesos. For ten days with a damaged rudder Santellien led the peach on a wild chase up. The coast of North America finally anchoring off a rugged coast the captain of peach saw his chance sailed to within a hundred yards the guy and for best effect of short range cannons and let fire twenty two guns in a final show of defiance. The San Jose unleashed her sixteen cannons. And by chance hit the powder storage of the each flowing. This ship to splitters but it was too late for the San Jose sinking by the Stern. Captain gathered the ship's log and perched on the bow made his final entry dated January. Seventeen O one. Half of his crew sixty were lost in the final battle. The remains managed to wrath from the decade paddle to the surging forty degree water toward shore with the sun high overhead. The Sea retreated leaving the San Jose on Solid C. Four on her starboard side the raft high and Dry Captain. Sotoudeh crossed himself as he watched one hundred foot. Waves sweep in from the ocean. The final entry in the log. Read Longitude Forty five five sixteen degrees north latitude one twenty three ninety one and ninety four degrees west with a slight adjustment of just a couple degrees the final resting place of that treasures. Scallions San Jose is just off the Oregon coast off the little town of Nice. Colin perhaps a mile out from the famed ghost forest. You see the last great cascade. Subduction zone earthquake occurred early in January. Seventeen O one. The famous Oregon Ghost florist was once a Sitka. Spruce forest dropped twenty five feet during that quake justice shifting place of pushed. What's left of that forced to the surface? A fascinating side at low tide. Perhaps in a few years if the place continued shift the remains of the treasure. Galleon San Jose may appear on that same
"You see this video? So this video of zero zero landing holy Moly so it says a twitter video on twitter out the front window of presumably an airliner or some sort doesn't make three twenty. Thank you because I didn't read it. I just looked at the pretty pictures and I was actually somewhat riveted by these pictures. Because it's like a fifty five second video. The I forty five seconds of which just shows you clouds Alexandra visibility out the front window of the airliner and then like last ten or fifteen seconds. You suddenly see the runway and I mean they're they're basically on basically in the flare when you can. I see the runway out the out the front window and and to their credit they're totally on the centerline. Good job I guess but It's all automation I. It's it's all something because they I'm watching this thing. If I'm I'm the pilot in this airplane and I suppose if I was the pilot airplane I'd have a lot more experience than I do now but if I was in the pilot of the airplane the experience I have now. I'd be staring out the window looking for trees. Holy Crap this going to peer. I don't know what's going on here. runway okay. They really do this. Apparently you guys know. I mean I can't tell from here. What kind of a cert? Yeah that is it. It could well be kept three. I don't know okay. I've heard that term before. I don't exactly know what cat three zero zero cats to is. I think fifty feet hundred feet something like that cat. Three cat three or whatever it's called is zero zero Now is I understand it. all Airbuses at all Boeing's manufactured recently and I'm putting recently and finger quotes have the capability to do that presuming. Everything is is present and working There's I'm sure there's a minimum equipment list for for these operations but you also have to be trained crew has to be trained and has to be current in the operation reform. All this I hope yeah I hope so. There's probably some other restrictions about which I know nothing now I mean. Does this happen very often happens more often than you think. Well okay so let me let me be. I would notice this if I was on one of the airliners. I was traveling on. And as people know I've fair. More than average travel on a lot of airliners and when we're doing our our arrival through the clouds I'm looking out the window looking for the ground. All right I mean. Forget straight ahead. I'm just looking straight down. Which is a different kind of visibility? I admit but I'm looking to when we break out of the clouds and I'm not a real comfortable camper so to speak comfortable airline passenger Until I can see the ground out my out my window and I would it so the point of this story being I would have noticed if we landed on that kind of a circumstance because it would have freaked me out. I I'm trying to think and I am not as many as you jack but I you know I've been on a few airliners in the last couple of years I don't recall are certainly recall. Some some approaches in some classes. But I don't recall anything like this. Yeah that's I mean just to give give listeners. A context here when they can actually see the runway surface. Even even after they've touchdown and you can kind of sense from from the I actually didn't listen to the audio very carefully if there even is audio but you can kinda sense from the motion of the video. When the gear touches down you can kind of say okay touchdown so the rolling out there rolling out and they still can only see like a stripe and a half ahead on the runway and those strikes are standardized distances right. Yeah Okay so you can see a stripe and then half the gap between stripe but even if you can see the neck to head to the extreme. That's four hundred feet visibility. I mean it's like yeah I mean Holy. Moly the other thing too is. You're only looking at the windshield very very narrow view We don't know what they could see by looking out to decide okay true. It's possible down. Not that that matters because in my airplane for example it's one and I have to see something of the runway environment before I could land out of that approach With these kinds of of approaches the three as whatever You don't need to see that you only need The working equipment and the certifications cat cat to is again either fifty or one hundred feet and you still need. I think to see something other runway environment before you can land Yeah David what's your take on this whole thing? Well I been in a jump seat when we did a cat to level landing Years Ago I think it was a hundred feet was what we had. And it's for me. It was a new thing and it made me tense The flight crew and they were everyday business with them You know just another aisle less except they could go down to one hundred feet two hundred feet of which point they head to see the runway environment or go around and I've heard stories of people in Lighting G. A. Aircraft Part. Twenty-three stuff that we fly out on ninety one flight. That is not for hire who have a landed in well whether it was zero. Zero or fifty. Eight of a mile was the subject of very boisterous argument with the people on the ground. But I watched this guy come in when everybody else had gone missed and gone to a different airport i. I'm not sure that I'm not sure that you're GONNA get my Kahane's down that level may maybe with a little more experience with the L. P. V. Approaches because I've noticed in having both an an IRA less active at the same time that the is far more stable and easy to use and the IRS. Which would have a little zig zag and a little up and down depending on the terrain as you're leading into the runway expand that acronym for me l. p. l. what'd you say. L. P. Young. That's sorry trick question. Well lateral lateral precision with vertical guidance and that. Lbj got it okay yeah just OPB. And that's the WAAS. Gps equivalent to an irs and some l. p. v. approaches in fact have the same minimum. I
A Checklist for Winter Gardening
"Successful growers for generations. I know Fred the in these dismal days of winter there are some things you have a list of some things that people should be doing and getting ready for spring indeed and I kind of touched on it in the last two weeks. But let's let's just list number one is what I call the dream period. You eat well even a gardener that is just starting out but especially if you've been in a home couple three years and you've started this that and the next thing and maybe you're tired of the color scheme you've been using right now. Think about what else you'd like to see I have spoken to this business of using plants of different sizes to do different jobs as well as color and so on. But this is the dream period where you can even plan your garden sitting by the fire in your armchair. Now be careful. 'cause you know so fall asleep that way more than once. I watched something starting at nine thirty or ten in the evening. Wake up one thirty and go to bed. I have accomplished much. But I got some sleep. But anyhow This period of thinking about what you have done thinking about what you're going to do and it's kind of like planning a trip plan the trip around your garden and you can do the whole thing at one time but you also can gain on the project by knowing you're GonNa work with and now I'm going to speak to the backyard and my own. I don't remember exactly but I think the lot is about one hundred feet wide tapers than a little narrower toward the front so I've got one hundred feet wide area I don't want to plan it all at once. I didn't at that time. It has been since planted in replanted but Work with the corner work with the middle In in I'm going to speak to that very situation when I moved in The the property behind us was Wild grasses turtles deer raccoons and so on right in right in the middle of the town. That's been forty five years ago now. I looked at when they started digging at one end of this site. I knew it was going to be condos. I knew where the they were headed. So to speak down downhill toward my place and I then got a footprint of where they were going to put the foundations of the various buildings that I would be looking at directly. Yeah well I started right then with where I wanted to put some tall evergreen to block out what was going to be a two story unit where the One story unit was. I used a different plant material. So you you bet kind of dreaming based on some fun things and then also based on actual need Dream of things that can be managed one of my clients. Oh I WANNA put an palliate fire. Pirate can't against that garage nothing my neighbor's garage so I have to ask permission. Find I said now Remember the size of the plants that they get to be and etc and after the third year The F- pirate Kantha was actually cut back to being no more than twelve inches wide against this stucco garage. That or deep I should say and they did indeed make them look like a spell or French pruned types of things and it ended up magnificent. It took three years to clever that wall but that was the kind of thing that came from a dream. Hey I wanNA cover that sucker. The Sun bounces off of it every evening and so on and it ended up. Being pirate can't the flooring white in the Spring Orange Berries in the fall into winter. And then evergreen leaves now. You wanted to buy a good pair of gloves when you plant those plants because they carry a barbara by three quarters of an inch long. You don't just reach in your gloves. And so but anyway. That's the kind of thing you can conjure up dream about the plan and and then when you're planning there are probably three plants minimum of three plants that can do anyone job size wise and so on so then you go back to what we were just talking about in terms of pink marigolds If you want something that pink flowering check to see what grows in a certain size the flowers and pink and those are the dream types of things that you really can spend time on now because when you if you wait walk into the Garden Center in the spring which I hope you do but you you can go bonkers with all of the possibilities whereas if you wish to dream now you can plan out what you're going to do and then work from there so if if you let me ask you this. I if you're planning let's say a Corner Okay and you want to you know. Get a plan a little car. Do you think of grouping plants or like for example. Would you put one for the? Would you put three? Or how do you very good question? Mark and it would depend on the size of the corner. Of course it would depend on Dreaming now and then thinking Lee using the forsythias an example. I might want to have three big forsythias in time. But I'm GonNa if that's what I want. I'm going to plant them feet apart. Well now. They're fast growing. But the first three years or not gonNA come together. I want that screening now so I might use. Oh an equally fast growing spy RIA OR TONY. Astor any of a couple of things like that with the idea that I'm going to spend X. Dollars on them spend three years grooming them then when the forsythias that I really want for spring color I will cut out those extra plants from between the for Cynthia. Let the big guys grow. And then I won't have to be using a machete to get by them and that's another thing too that you sometimes talk about especially when you're doing some planning you don't have to keep a plant forever just because you put it in now. And that's that's true. It's it's kind of heart rendering rent rent renting re whatever it is it it. It breaks your heart when you come to doing it. But to plan obsolescence is a very good thing to do. And and you ask about the three for Cynthia I. I'm picturing them in my mind's eye right now one in the corner itself and one each side of of well coming away from the corner and I might then plant to.
Shaker Heights: Who killed Lisa Pruett?
"Sixteen year old Lisa Pruitt was stabbed twenty one times by an unknown assailant. September fourteenth nineteen ninety and Shaker Heights Heights. Ohio a well to do suburb on Cleveland's east side. Her body was found about one hundred feet from her boyfriend's back door where he lived with his parents and sister. This boyfriend Dan Dreifort had been released from a mental institution. Earlier that day after the murder dance friends gathered to discuss the murder in likely suspects. We'll never know exactly what was discussed at these. Private meetings of grief stricken children but we know that after those meetings dance dance friends. went to Shaker Heights. Police detectives and said they believed Kevin Young had killed Lisa Pruitt out of jealousy over her relationship unshipped with Dan. The police searched Kevin's house and found no murder weapon or bloody clothes. Nothing at all to link him to the crime scene and he had an alibi as the investigation continues an interview with eighteen year old Stanley Kramer. Dreamer implicates Dan Dry. I father and a possible conspiracy of silence by now Shaker Heights. Police Detectives have interviewed reviewed. The men and women who had the means motive and opportunity to commit the crime and they've heard from a handful of teenagers and Shaker Heights high school who regard Kevin Young with hatred and suspicion. The case takes a turn that Monday just three days after after. Lisa's murder that's when the police detectives decide it was Kevin Young who committed the crime. What follows is a statement eight mint by a lead detective in the case which explains how F. B. I.? Pro Filers helped convince them it was probably Kevin who committed. I did the crime on Monday. September Seventeenth Seventeenth nineteen ninety. I was contacted by special agent. Dick ran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Relative to the lease approved. Homicide agent ran. Advise me that he was the the case agent for the Aiming Bhave case and offered to assist us in any way he could. He further informed me that due to the circumstances surrounding the PRUITT case that he would need to inquire choir as to any similarities between the Mahalla Vic improved homicides. I invited agent Ren to come to our station in review our reports and other information that we had accrued each advised that he would visit our station at approximately one PM that afternoon. I was unable to meet with H. Wren when he arrived at the station to the fact that I was at the Cuyahoga uh-huh county prosecutor's office with detective. Sergeant Timothy read preparing a search warrant for the resident of Kenneth Texts Workman agent ran in agent. John done met with other members of the Investigative Bureau in Review reports and evidence from the Homicide upon returning from the county prosecutor's. Office Detective Sergeant Timothy Read Detective Robert Bert Shipping and detective. David executed the search warrant at Twenty six twenty six north Moreland apartment number two. The residents of Kenneth Workman see supplementary suppplementary report. By sergeant read there was nothing of evidentiary value located during the search later that afternoon while searching through several plastic trash bags that were removed the residents of Kevin Young during a search of his residence of Sunday morning. September sixteen of Nineteen Ninety investigators located several documents that contained writings and power phrases. That indicated that Kevin Young had some sort of behavioral problem. The writings referred to Kevin's disdain. For Jews Arabs and blacks you further remarked about his own problems with developing relationships with females other writings revealed as inner feelings when he observed couples male female acting out their affection for one another further further examination of the documents indicated interest in Satanism and neo. Nazism specifically skinheads. There were several documents that refer to suicide after after all the documents were examined contacted agent Ren and advised him as to what we had found. I asked him if he knew anyone. Locally who could review the writings in office in opinion on what they meant Egypt ran referred me to supervisory special agent James Right at the FBI Academy is Behavioral Science Section in Quantico. Virginia I attempted to make contact with agent right but was unable to do so due to the late hour on Wednesday September Eighteenth nineteen ninety. I made contact with ancient right. He asked me to fax him all all available documents relative to Kevin Young. You further related that he would review the documents that same evening. I gathered all the documents thirty seven pages worth and had them facts the agent right. The transmission was completed at twelve thirty four. PM on Thursday. September nineteenth nineteen ninety ten thirty A. M. Egypt right contact me by telephone and advise me that he'd reviewed the writings of Kevin Young and the details of the police report of the murder of Lisa. pruitt he stated that it was his opinion from the information that he it examined that the murder was definitely a quote neighborhood thing unquote and that the person that we were looking for new Lisa. Pruitt Egypt right then gave me a personality profile of what he learned concerning Kevin. Young he related that Kevin's personality profile. Definitely fit that of a person capable of committing the crime in question. He further remarked that we should look at other sexual assaults that have been reported in the past agent right went on to state that Kevin Young has no ego low self esteem. He probably probably realizes that people don't like him. Even offered some suggestions for any further interviews with Kevin Agent Right suggested the Kevin Young interviewed at night the later the better you described Kevin as a night person. He further suggested that the interview should take place in a non threatening environment. Not In an interrogation room. The interviewer must be able to bond with Kevin quote provide a friend unquote. The interviewer should be mature looking articulate intelligent he must not resemble Kevin's father bother or have an authoritative personality Egypt right than proffered the following interview structure. One don't start off the interview by being threatening but to create some anxiety in the subject. Show them something from the scene but it off to the side within his peripheral vision things from the scene might quote tweak him to to give the subject of face saving scenario to Kevin's good and bad quote. He lost control. He's not really responsible. In quote referred referred to his writings quote if I ever lose control of myself withdraw into an alternative world in animal instincts. Takeover this is from essay written by Kevin Young dated January Ninth Nineteen Ninety Three explained that the problem needs to be resolved for be. Be careful not to be judgmental five. Don't be confrontational and six. You can expect a lot of denial for a long long time after speaking with agent right. I advised him that I was not sure that I had an interview with expertise in dealing with the type of personality that he describes I further advised him that depending depending on laboratory results the success or failure of this investigation hinged on the interview with Kevin Young Egypt right offered to assist in any way he could other than personally conducting conducting the interview. I then asked if you would assist in preparing the interviewer. I told him that I would be willing to come to Quantico with the selected interviewer if he could make his staff available to us for whatever period of time that he thought was necessary. Egypt right reiterated that he would help in any way possible on Friday September Twenty First Nineteen Ninety at two PM Egion run agent done members of the investigative bureau chief Ogre. Nick and I met in the conference room. We decided at that meeting. The Kevin Young was our primary suspect suspect and that we should make arrangements as soon as possible to meet with agent right at Quantico agent offered US assistance and advised that he would be willing to accompany us to Quantico for the the interview preparation session after the meeting I contacted agent right in advised him of the results of our meeting. Agent stated that he would be available to meet with us on Tuesday. September twenty-fifth Nineteen Ninety at eleven. Am and that he would be at our disposal for as long as it took to structure our interview.
Probe: Bryant helicopter was 100 feet from clear skies
"The pilot of the helicopter that crashed on January twenty sixth killing Kobe Bryant is thirteen year old daughter Chiana and seven others appears to have experienced spatial disorientation the national transportation safety board said Friday veteran pilot error as a boy in told air traffic control he was climbing to four thousand feet to get out of thick clouds but the NTSB says the helicopter ascended to only twenty three hundred feet before entering a high speed descent and left turn the helicopter slammed into a hillside at more than one hundred eighty miles per hour camera footage reviewed later showed the helicopter was just one hundred feet from the top of the clouds when it went into the dive hi Mike Rossio
How Could Artificial Glaciers Hydrate the Himalayas?
"Discussions about climate change tend to focus on low lying areas like coastal cities yet people who live at higher elevations also feel it's negative effects including fresh water shortages to help these folks get by the duckie inventor named Sonum one Schuch has created a line of artificial glaciers called called. I stoop as their restoring frozen water so it can be used hydrate crops in the driest stretch of the year. Glacial meltwater is a necessity for most villages judges in Lubbock a region of northern India. The DOC sits on the debt and plateau between the Karakoram and the Himalayan mountain ranges this elevated terrain is is world famous for its is supply Abedin Plateau and surrounding mountains contain more ice than any other non polar area on earth. Much of this is stored up in glaciers. His will help feed vital Asian waterways the young Zee the Mekong and Indus rivers. Unfortunately those glaciers are receding because of climate change between two thousand and three in two thousand fourteen the ones located near the Brahmaputra River source lost six point nine billion cubic miles of ice. That's twenty eight point. Eight billion in cubic kilometers with glaciers some seasonal melting is expected but normally winter snowfall allows glaciers to replace the melted ice. They lose during the springtime however across the plateau. Glaciers are no longer getting enough annual snowfall to offset their lost water and so many of them have been dwindling in size as a cold desert. The dock area sees very little rainfall receiving an average of two to three inches per year. That's about fifty to seventy millimeters meters. The summer months of June through August. Do get a modest amount of precipitation however that's also when a large quantity of melted water from neighbouring mountain. Glaciers enters the streams teams. That depends on a steady water flow fills the streams during the winter as well yet because of the frozen ground and low air temperatures. The farmers can't hint grow crops during the coldest months of the year. According to an Chook winter water gets under utilized as a result demand for meltwater grows exponentially in April April in May when the life-sustaining crops of wheat buckwheat and barley need to be sown and hydrated. But in the springtime before the glacial water arrives enforce the streams often run dry. Climate Change has worsened. The problem a twenty seventeen study found that over the past six decades about twenty percent of the permanent ice ice preserves and the Docs home state have disappeared that translates to less meltwater for the locals hoping to solve these water woes. A civil engineer by the the name of Chihuahua North L. devised an innovative reservoir system in the nineteen eighties and I hope I'm saying his name correctly I couldn't find a pronunciation using dams and channels nor fell L. diverted large volumes of glacial water into Manmade Lakes on the shady sides of mountains where it froze into blocks come springtime. The ice would melt and be sent downhill the farms and villages eligible by way of canal. But this ice melted to quickly so the water tended to run out before the summer rains arrived in two thousand thirteen Wangchuk deduced I ice in Norfolk dams melted so fast because too much of it was exposed to direct sunlight. When chook figured that if he could somehow freeze the ice into a conical tower with the narrow oh end aimed skyward much less surface area would be exposed to make his frozen stalagmites when Chook devised an irrigation system? That's brilliant in its simplicity. implicity the major component is a long pipeline most of this is buried deep underground with one end tapping into a glacial stream or naturally occurring reservoir high high in the mountains through the tube the water rushes in the direction of populated areas at lower altitudes. No moving parts are electrical gizmos are needed to keep the liquid water flowing. Gravity does the trick it also pushes the water into the final stage of its journey downhill. The pipeline connects at a sharp angle to another narrower pipe. That rises soil standing vertically like a telephone pole as the saying goes water seeks its own level gravity pretty and pressure gained by flow through the narrowing pipe together naturally propel the liquid straight up that pipe until it flies out of a sprinkler on the pipes raised tip high in the air. The spray encounters atmospheric temperatures in the ballpark of negative four degrees Fahrenheit. That's about negative twenty Celsius or lower before landing it freezes. He's a solid forming a large cone of ice around the vertical pipe. The cones distinctive shape resembles that Stupa which are traditional Buddhist prayer monuments that have graced creased look for thousands of years. Hence when Chook and his associates have taken to calling the new glacier like structures I status the ducks ice Tubas meltdown meltdown in late spring. Right when the need for liquid water is greatest. The prototypical stupa erected in the winter of two thousand thirteen contained about forty thousand gallons. That's about one hundred hundred and fifty thousand liters of frozen water and lasted until may eighteenth of two thousand fourteen. Since then numerous others have been constructed. Single Stupa has is watered as many as five thousand newly planted trees standing at sixty feet eighteen meters tall. It held a breathtaking five hundred and thirty thousand gallons. That's two million liters a frozen water. Others may someday exceed one hundred feet about thirty meters in height and hold two point six million gallons or ten million liters of water outside India. The stupas have spread to countries like Switzerland in two thousand sixteen. When tooks icy brainchild earned him a coveted Rolex award for enterprise But I- stupid are not without their critics. went to in companies legal right to divert. Glacial meltwater has been challenged by a group of the duckie villagers furthermore anymore although the stupas are meant to help sustain human life they won't reverse the Tibetan Plateau's worrisome climate trends but if Homo sapiens is to survive on a changing Jin planet will need to reevaluate the ways. We use an store water. Projects like this can kick start those
Grandfather charged in cruise ship death
"A new twist in the sad story of the grandfather who accidentally dropped his granddaughter more than one hundred feet to her death on a cruise ship he's now under arrest CBS news about Piper has the story he dropped his young granddaughter from the eleventh floor of a cruise ship and now he's charged in her death a judge ordered the arrest of Salvatore Nello after prosecutors submitted evidence and said eighteen month old Chloe why again fell when he raised her up to an open window of a royal Caribbean ship it happened in July while the ship was docked in port a Rico a family attorney saying the little girl asked her grandfather to lift her up so she could bang on the glass in a children's area but there was no glass and she fell to her death Adele was scheduled to appear in court November twentieth mac Piper CBS
Irrigation For Farming Could Leave Many Of The World's Streams and Rivers Dry
"All right to a new scientific study that shows trouble ahead for the world's streams and rivers that is because people are draining underground aquifers that provide water to those streams. NPR's Dan Charles has more Joshua Perkin is a biologist at Texas A and M University studies fish and he spent a lot of time around water on the high plains in Kansas us in Colorado. He's noticed an odd thing there streams and rivers disappear we will go and visit these dreams and in many cases. It's like a dirt bike trail now. It's it's no longer functioning. As a stream channel. Those streams were partially fed by groundwater water moving underground through rock and sand draining into stream beds ed's or bubbling up in natural springs but people have been tapping those underground pools of water drilling deep wells mostly irrigate farmland. You know oh growing crops in a region that semi-arid becoming increasingly arid in the way that you continue to grow crops when there's no rain is to pull water from the ground and farmers have pumped so much water. The water table has fallen by more than one hundred feet in some places so it can't flow into streams and rivers anymore which means that fish fish and plants and birds streams also disappear. It's happened in other places to California northern India China hydrologist Inga the graph at the University of Freiburg. Germany wanted to see the whole global picture today and in the future I think that's one of the goals that we have with this study raising awareness to explain what what is happening in our feet showed shea she and her colleagues created a computer simulation of groundwater and rivers all around the world they threw in a heavy dose of climate change and extreme scenario lots of warming in this computer model the future there's less rainfall farmers pump even more more water to make up for that so in places where farmers rely on groundwater the water flow in streams and rivers in this model shrinks dramatically in half of them at falls below a kind of ecological limit healthy ecosystems can be sustained the plan and fish that live in the river or lakes they. Ehlo by her paper appears this week in the journal Nature. It's pretty alarming national things he can do about it devoted slowing global warming of course some places like California are starting to reduce the amount of groundwater that farmers are allowed to extract.
Climate protesters arrested at Texas port during U.S. presidential debate
"Take a look at this this is the Houston ship channel and connects the Gulf of Mexico to the port of Houston and is one of the busiest waterways in the country and it's America's largest fossil fuel thoroughfare now last year seven hundred thousand barrels of oil traveled through this channel every day and if if you WANNA get your Texas T- through the Houston ship channel there are pretty good odds that you're oil-tanker. We'll have to pass right underneath the Fred Hartman Bridge to get out into the Gulf of Mexico and that's why Greens Greenpeace activists chose the Fred Hartman Bridge for the scene of a pretty dramatic protests. Take a look yellow L. A. closely eleven protesters repelled off the side of the bridge this morning and suspended themselves more than one hundred feet above the water Greenpeace said they intended to remain in place for twenty four hours with the goal of blockading the Channel Preventing Oil and gas from being transported through the waterway. They've had some success there. A portion of water traffic ethic has been stocked Greenpeace chose this day and dislocation for the demonstration. Because of course the Democratic presidential candidates are in town for tonight's debate debate as one of the activists told the Houston chronicle quote. We are in a climate crisis. The next president has the opportunity to lay the groundwork for a world without fossil fuels rules. We need to act today. I should tell you earlier today. Local sheriff's deputy said they would not force the activists to move unless they became a health or safety hazard but a couple of hours ago as you can see sheriff's office began an operation to remove the protesters as far as we know most of them are now in police custody just to remind on your by the way climate change is going to be the subject of our twenty twenty four. I'm starting one week from today where Chris Hayes and I will be asking presidential candidates about their climate change plans and they'll be fielding questions from young voters on climate issues the forum will air live on NBC News Now and parts of it will be featured right here on all in again. That's September nineteenth twentieth and we hope you'll join
"one hundred feet" Discussed on Embedded
"The the main reasons are like unless you're product just perfectly designed and you can just fit like an eighteen six fifty seven. There are not to worry about it. You're probably doing something custom just to meet various other requirements of your product. I've heard this is one of the more difficult certifications t we get but i don't understand why it it can be <hes> and it's because it's kind of an absurd tests. If you just just look at it on its face okay. Tell me more yeah so there's there's actually eight different tests within u._n. Thirty eight a handful of them are quite quite trivial. There's an altitude simulation. Make sure your battery behaves fine at low pressure so that when it's in the cargo plane it doesn't do anything funky. There's a handful of thermal tests. Short-circuit overcharged tests things that you would expect to go along with the battery people tend to fail at the vibration and shock tests really yeah well okay. I guess schachter thing a lot of it's you can put pretty small <unk> protection circuitry into your even a single battery so that overcharge over discharge and even over temperature conditions are handled pretty readily. What is is is often hard especially for relatively delicate. Pouch batteries is that they will subject it to a shock of one hundred fifty jeez. That's a bit i mean that is high but that's not i mean that's a drop from romney feet. I mean it's not as route from one hundred feet. It's dropped from like ten remember and that's the thing that sounds tie right. It's one of those things that sound very impressive until you realize that yes. It's not actually that absurd of but drop so it's you know somebody on the cargo. Plane has had a bad day in this really throwing around your box of batteries instead of you know being gentle with it like supposed to <hes>. They don't want that thrown around box of batteries to to have any problems so yeah. The shock test is tends to be where a lot of pouch batteries especially early sale and do they fail at the connector level or do they fail inside the chemicals. They usually fail mechanically manically inside the battery. You figure pouch battery. Is this like jelly roll of you know an anecdote an electrolyte a cathode separator they just roll that up onto itself a whole bunch and these are super thin layers of material and then what essentially happens is that the mechanically something and causes the cathode to bust across the barriers in short after the road for example and now you have a direct short across your battery. That's interior pouch so your protection -tection circuitry is useless at this point. That seems bad. That's that usually is bad. Yes sort of bad right this is this is how things like your cell phone. Go poof in your pocket or on the airplane okay. So why is this transport transport thing. Why isn't this a safety thing or i mean because sure i understand the transport. People need to make sure that they don't <hes> ah transport a thousand of these end up with a thousand fires but this seems like a safety thing why why depending on fedex for this it is also a safety thing and you'll has extended that they'll happily sell you for battery safety testing your sixty forty two so that's the blessed to different thing <hes> you and thirty eight gets referenced because it tends to be the more stringent of the tests that said you'll have some really fun tests in there as well for.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on AP News
"The NBC sports analyst will also be part of the broadcast team. It'll be earnhardt's first trip to the Indy five hundred. The race is on may twenty six. Activists in Berlin. Have added a life vest to the gym and capitals well-known molecule man sent you to raise awareness of the plight of migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean into Europe protest as climb the one hundred foot outlook to a dole the stunt you on Friday with the orange vest, while a boats with the slogan, five years eighteen thousand two hundred and forty eight plus lives taken sailed nearby. The group says it's also highlighting the work of volunteer organizations that are deployed their own boats to rescue migrants in need of help. Radio news. I'm Tim Maguire amid a trade war with China. President Trump is moving to east tension with allies AP soccer megani has more from the White House. The president's lifting import taxes on Canadian and Mexican steel and aluminum clearing the way for approval of a trade pact between the three nations, he slept on the tariffs last year in the name of national security, and Canada, had resisted approving the deal while they were in place. They were hurting Canadian consumers Canadian workers and American workers in American consumers. Prime minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario shortly before President Trump spoke here in Washington, where he did not address the tariffs, but push congress to approve the deal. If antacid deal for a country, the White House says, he's now holding off on deciding whether to put tariffs on foreign vehicles, which would have a big impact on Europe and Japan saga megani at the White House. The Missouri house overwhelmingly approved. A Bill to ban almost all abortions in the state after eight weeks of pregnancy. State Representative carry engla- democrat voted against that measure. There's really no words to describe it, it feels like we're failing the state of Missouri Missouri's. Governor is expected to sign the Bill in Chicago, prosecutors released a court filing describing how Clarisa Figueroa and her daughter. Desharnais allegedly killed nineteen year old Marlin Chila, Lopez assistant state attorney James Murphy. I described how the two are said to strangle, the young pregnant woman, then defendant, Clarisa, took a knife and sliced open the victims abdomen from side to side. Defending Clarisa, then removed, the umbilical cord the placenta and the baby from inside the victim. The young woman's body was found in a trash can behind. Figueroa's home Murphy, says the infant is hospitalized in grave condition with no brain activity, both Figaro's and Clara's boyfriend are being held without bond. This is a radio news. A federal judge in Oakland. Here's arguments in two lawsuits filed a block the Trump administration for building the wall along the border with Mexico, California, nineteen other states brought one suit the Sierra Club and communities along the border represented by the American Civil Liberties union brought the other. They want an injunction to stop the government. The judge says he'll make a decision next week in Washington. The US house is asked to federal judge to block the use of defense department money on the wall. Ohio State University president Michael Drake vows to do something about a doctor accused of sex abuse. A report released today, says former team doctor rich. Richard Strauss, sexually abused. At least one hundred seventy seven male students from the nineteen seventies to the nineties, Strauss killed himself in two thousand five AP's, Andrew well, Chuck ins reports on a crucial part of that investigation key. Here's the university.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Lightning strikes that one hundred feet above us literally would've kill us. Wow. And Lulu, so far, we haven't gone really extreme because she's still learning, but I didn't even get out of class with her. When I was at school receiving her in training to find out if this was going to be a good match. We were just doing a standard. What we call a route, which is learning how to work in town together and crosswalk said I could go I decided, okay, let's go. I wasn't paying attention. I walked one foot off the curb and a car came out of nowhere. She ripped me backwards right back onto the sidewalk. With flying colors even before we graduated, I knew she was the one thing she is a progeny of canal or no ironically enough. She is not a progeny of hill, but since so famous in the guide dogs for the blind world all the puppy raisers, followed her career when they found out, I received HANA Lulu. They started doing the genealogy work on the two dogs, and they found out that, yes, they are actually related. They have a grandfather sire, that is the same, though. They come from different litters carrying the torture to kneel who lived with you now. Right retired, and she is with me and just like any other any other dog owner, you will pry, her leash out of my cold dead hand. Trevor it has been an honor to meet you and Lulu debuting here at global, and to talk with you about some of your adventures, and continue adventures success and keep stay, thank you very much. Thanks for having us. And hopefully we'll come back again. I don't know how many of you may affect, but it might affect some of you and I just think it's a wonderful thing that this company is doing the company, it's called walk in pets, and they provide wheelchairs for dog in need, and their stylish. So we'll hear about that, too talking with Debbie. Hi live, who is the international veterinary fails to loan, one guy them. Sorry person for blocking pet. Hi, debbie. Hi, how are you doing great? Thank, thank you so much for being on the show a little bit about walking pet so walking pets by handicapped, petScom is based out of Amherst New Hampshire. We've been business for about sixteen years are wheelchair care. One of the only adjustable wheelchairs on the market, and it stylishly comes in three colors pink blue and camouflage love that. And a really, really cute. The thing that warms, my heart is the gift that this provides. Two dogs who are so resilient, though, just because, you know, they may be paralysed or born that way. Or in an accident doesn't mean that they have to end their live the wheelchair can still provide them so much freedom. And I don't know if you guys ever heard of a dog called Albert on wheels. If an Instagram account if you didn't check it out. I think he has like six hundred and something thousand followers. He is in a wheelchair. He is on the beach. They live in Connecticut. He's on the beach a lot with his bigger dog sibling, and his dog barrel up and down the beach and his wheelchair. I mean there is a lot of life in this dog. Yes. And we worked with a lot of rescue dog, we recently worked with EFI, who was rescued from Texas. Her wheelchair was donated by gunners wheels an organization out of Wisconsin. And we work great with them. And we helped epi get her wheel get her situated. And then she just participated in the New York fashion show. Yeah. He was in the new y-. Pet fashion show walking the runway God bless epi, I would just talking with you about this. Because, you know, we've been a lot on the pit fashion show. Embarking, swagger, both on the blog and on the radio show, and it's near and dear to our hearts. And the fact that EFI was able to Don a pair of wheel that walk in pets made possible for her and then become a fashion star is just beyond beyond. It's really great. We get to help a lot of rescue dogs. So that's one of our things that make make my heart dance. Absolutely. Where can people? Learn more about you, and finding our website is walking pet dot com and on Facebook and Instagram. Thank you so much. Thank you. Have a great day. One of the people that I was determined to find global. It's from New York, and now live in LA. His name is Michael breach. And he is restart the guy does incredible incredible artwork in to low paid into coffee. And if you follow him on Instagram, it is barista art, you're gonna be blown away by the types of art that he create. And so I have talked him, I want to introduce you to him and we're gonna find out more about his background, and how he got into this particular thing. Hey, michael. Healing. Good doing good. He's now currently working on drawing any and Albie my to two hours in a coffee. So he's so good at this, that he can actually do an interview while he's working, so we're going to mix it funny, I used to not be able to talk while I did this. And I'm just kinda used to do so many of these events all over and I have so many conversations with people. So what am I favored things about this? Just all you all.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on The Stock Podcast | CEO and CFO Interviews
"If you walk one hundred feet from the front of your door you can catch a public bus. That'll take you to this spot there. You get on a bike. Thank you ride the last quarter mouthy office where you can leave your bike there and <hes> and it'll charge it out for aid center so that's kind of the newest latest greatest innovation that is really attractive young people because they do so much on their smartphones yeah definitely Philly and so I'm curious as they're less of a need from you know for for municipalities and local governments to subsidize public transit at this point because of the and I would like to hear a little bit more about the growth because you're talking about. I know that in your most recent interview that you had the the C._E._o.. Of the Houston Transit Trade Organization on and and you guys talked about how nets one of three transit authorities that seeing passenger growth and Sargus. I guess I'm just kind of curious like is it declining or is it flat that good good questions so there has been a five year period up until two thousand eighteen were most transit systems in in the United States have seen a steady decline at Ridership M._t._a. m._C._a.. In Baltimore Washington Metro all the big ones you think about Chicago but there were a few like you said <hes> in two thousand sixteen and seventeen that sauce of increases in ridership and I'll explain to you why there's three main factors I think that are but now while in two thousand eighteen and into nineteen there are multiple other cities now that are popping up on the radar Richmond Virginia Columbus Ohio Austin Taxes Las Vegas. I was just add in Las Vegas last week. These cities are seeing an increase in. There's a reason why a one is they're adopting seen this. Most of them are adopting this approach to mobility which includes more than just what they what they operate but it also pulls in some private sector operators under the umbrella of mobility and they're they're striking deals with them for instance. <hes> the company that I work for for has a trapeze which is big software company.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Aid is one hundred feet sixteen is two hundred feet. So if you can't count it, and you're flying a large aircraft. I'm gonna say pro. It'd be okay. Too many. Yeah. Yes. You know, we've talked about on the past couple of shows the incidents of Airbus's lining and collapsing nose wheels. And no, you know, damaging knows trucks, and that kind of thing. Well, not to be outdone up Arabian Boeing seven thirty-seven dash five or five hundred at lapaz on the twenty second of the member. Not really sure it doesn't really say exactly why this happened, but they were landing and both main gear struts while landing on the positive airport. L Alto Bolivia runway ten at about ten twenty two local time collapsed, and the aircraft came to a stop on the center line the runway resting on the nose gear, both engines and the aft belly of the fuselage the passengers disembarked onto the runway via mobile mobile mobile stairs. There were no injuries. The aircraft sustained substantial damage, and I think I was reading here maybe in this article or another one that one of the passengers said that everything seemed normal, and then let's see if I can find that quote here in the in the article on December tenth twenty eighteen a passenger reported there were no indications of any trouble prior to touchdown initial touchdown with smooth. Then there was a loud noise, and the aircraft shuttered violently. Passenger thought a tired blown an engine was scraping the runway surface, ceiling panels, and service panels came down after the aircraft came to a stop. There was silence..
"one hundred feet" Discussed on KGO 810
"Eight ten four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero. Well, according to President Trump. There's chaos at the border, and we ought to shut down the government tell we have a monstrous wall built. I dunno fifty feet tall enough is one hundred feet tall enough. I don't know is it does have to go a hundred feet underground to stop the tunnels to. We have other problems like kids representing themselves in immigration court. The unbelievable to me joining me on the phone is an immigration attorney soman necessary soman. Thanks so much for coming on the show today. Okay. So if you're an immigration attorney, you see what's going on. I have a lot of friends who are immigration attorneys. We have a lot of different issues that are going on. But I want to start with the basics. I I made a suggestion at the beginning there some on do we really have chaos at the border or do. We just have a problem with our process of handling asylum applications, which is very different than we used to have. So I would say so I think right now it's chaotic because it was it's been chaotic I don't think it would have been chaotic had it not. The holidays a time to give to others and yourself at metro.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"They're the only ones who are properly skilled and capable of fighting the Nazi magicians. So that's what they have to focus on. Although one of these magicians, let's say could try to take on a tank division. And maybe have a fair shot at doing some damage before getting killed that would be a waste of a perfectly good magician. When you need those magicians to fight other magicians, the idea is that the allies cannot fight in the midnight fronts war for them. They can't fight the allies work for them either. So each side sort of has its responsibilities, but to give you an idea of your that Terry speak of about being the kid charging the beach not to give too much away. But the sort of the critical component near the end of the book is. The main character who has spent all this time developing all this magical skill is sent into d day for reasons I'm not going to go into because I don't want to spoil it. But for reasons that are integral to the story. He has to join the d day landing without magic power without magic protection as just another guy in the boat, and he's got to survive without magic. And I have a whole big chapter. It's got its own heading near the end of book. It just says, you know, because I I have like different headings reach year. But then there's one just for June six nine hundred forty four d day, and we reproduced an actual copy of the letter that Eisenhower sent to the troops the night before they launched. See you read that. And it really puts you in the mindset of the soldiers, and what they must have been taking as they hold this letter from Mike and then they get sent on the boat. I researched every little detail of that from my main characters training with the Rangers. Where they trained how they trained what they learned which boats. They would have deployed on out of Weymouth harbour what section of the beach. They landed on which units scaled which portion of the cliff. 'cause I set my guys to the hawk rather than Omaha beach because a lot of people don't know about the hawk that wasn't even crazier battle where our guys had to literally scale clips a hundred foot cliff with rope ladders while they're being shot at from above. And they did it and they did it the Rangers. Did it? They took that cliff fire climbing rope ladders. I mean, that's amazing. Yeah. And some of the most insane details in that chapter are true. The craziest stuff in that chapter. You the that? That's ridiculous true. There's like an account of a soldier like they had these things that were supposed to be. They call them ducks. They were heavy trucks that had ladders from fire engines donated by the London metropolitan fire department, and the original plan was they were going to drive them up onto the beach the ladders. We're going to extend all the way up to the German positions at the top of the cliff and our soldiers were just go right up the ladders. Well, it didn't work because. All the shelling knocked all this loose rock and mud and junk off the front of the cliff face it all piled up into a muddy mass at the bottom of the cliff and all the ducks got mired in this stuff. And none of them could reach the cliff the ladders couldn't reach well one ranger realized that his guys are getting picked off going up the ropes. So he said send me up on the ladder. Send me all the way up the duck is stuck in the mud. It's swaying back and forth as the tide comes in as the waves are knocking it around. And this guy is writing at the top of the ladder like a guy on top of a pendulum top of like, a metronome, and he's swinging back and forth at I level at the Germans striping their positions, and they can't hit them. All they can do is duck as this guy. Standing on top of a ladder mistreating them one hundred feet in the air. It sounds crazy. A guy actually did that. I mean, so this is the kind of research idea. This is why I love this book. I tell you, you know, they're they're they're known as America's greatest generation AS Roma's generation for for a reason. And I encourage anyone obviously your book tells these tales as well. But things like band of brothers. If you see something like that. And realized that these rate teen in nineteen and twenty year old boys doing these unbelievable things. I mean, things we can't even imagine at this point warfare is nothing like it was then it's not it's not any less horrible. I'm not gonna say that. But it is unbelievable. And I actually tell my son when he complains about the silly things in life. I say, you know, when you're on your great grandfather was your age, he was storming a beach into German gunfire. I mean think about it. It's unbelievable really is. And the other unbelievable stuff that's in the book, and maybe a little less, inspiring and more sobering. Is I also dealt with the issue of the holocaust because that was an important element of the war. In europe. And and it sort of ties into the idea of ceremonial magic and blood magic, which is a little controversial. But I felt it was appropriate to the bad guys have them sort of go that route. But there are a number of incidents in the book that our accounts of things that really happened. During the holocaust were again. I went to first hand sources accounts by survivors of things like the Bobby are massacre in Kiev, and I actually based those chapters on the accounts of survivors who were there. So again, some of the most horrendous stomach-turning stuff and some of the depictions of the holocaust people will go that's over the top. No, the really crazy stuff is all real. Yeah. We've got about five minutes left here time just flies having this conversation. I want to turn the topic to some of the work you do for the Star Trek series, first of all hundred somebody get involved in in become an author who can right. Star Trek novels is that something that anybody can do. Yes. And no, it takes a pretty weird combination of luck work experience and just sometimes, you know, being in the right place, the right time in my case, it came about through a number of factors starting with grew up watching the original Star Trek series in reruns on nineteen seventies television. So I grew up having it imprinted in my brain from the very beginning. I had Star Trek imprinted on me. Like a duckling imprint on the first thing it sees moving. And then from there when I by the time, I went to film school at NYU, which was nineteen eighty-seven that was when Star Trek next generation premiered. And so I was keenly interested in that and starting in their second season, they had something called a open door policy for scripts, and I was learning to write scripts so I would submit tons of scripts and got rejected. I got rejected by them for years, and I stayed in New York after I graduated from school because I could. Couldn't afford to get to LA kept collecting rejections from a distance. And then it turns out that the company that publishes Star Trek novels, Simon and Shuster is based here in New York and around nineteen Ninety-three a guy who was what am I college buddies met somebody who was an editor at the Star Trek books office. He introduced us. We ended up getting along great. He gave me some great advice. Turns out he had the connections to get pitch meetings with the TV producers, but he knew nothing about writing scripts. I had a degree in script writing and no way to get in the door. So you put us together what a team chocolate meets chocolate peanut butter. And in nineteen ninety early nineteen ninety-five we made a couple of sales very quickly. I avoid your and then a couple of sales to D DS nine got some stuff on the air got some writing credits. And I thought for sure this was going to launch my TV career. And while it didn't. But I stayed in touch stayed with this guy, and I was doing Scott work around the office. Start of the Star Trek books office reading slush manuscripts writing rejection letters helping right reference materials for the Star Trek authors who will working at that time. People like, Peter, David Michael Jan Friedman, John born Holt, gene. So I would write reference materials and reference memos that they would use to keep all their facts straight while they were writing, and I just knew all this obscure techno babble trivia about Star Trek like everything you could possibly think of and over the time. No over the course of a few years. The editors got to know me, and they realized that was reliable and one day they said such-and-such author has come up short of five thousand were short on a novel manuscript it has to go to press on Monday over the weekend. Can you write five thousand words in the form of a classified? Starfleet memorandum about the Genesis device. I said, of course, I can. And I went and I did it. I turned it in. I got paid. It got put in the book. They said, okay, you're good with techno babble. Can you write a whole book? Whereas we have a whole book approved called the Starfleet survival guide, which is essentially the worst case scenario survival handbook buffer things that could only happen to you in the Star Trek universe, and they pitched it it was all approved. They had an. Artist? Only thing they didn't have a writer. So I said, yeah, I can write that. And I did. And I said, okay, you can finish a book. Would you.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Well, it went down almost one hundred feet, and and the pillars that were surrounding the area where the sarcophagus again underwater those four pillars had fallen over. But it was something that was also supposed to exist on the keesa plateau. And there was that's right. And so in the inventories, delight, you know, we talked about it earlier there, so Robert, and I think the the the the dimension of the house of Cyrus on the inventories to I it actually may be referring to to that asylum Cyrus shop, we think it's possible that it's referring to that or Campbell's to now Mark leaner is saying that cameras tomb is a late period tomb belonging to Fisher called cop or something like that. Can't remember the name? But again, this is the same issue. You know, how do we know for sure that that wasn't an older tomb? And then it was. Being intruded on. I don't think we know. Before we head to the break. How much do you think is still left to be discovered on the Giza plateau? There's an awful lot of sand there. Yeah. Well, my my favorite place to look. And and of course, Robert Robert's favorite place to look would be a besides the, you know, besides the left paw is in front of the two temples. If we could dig deep in front of the temples, you know, where people now they watch the light show. There could be the actual entry to this passage that we think is under this things could be in front of this thing temple. And then the other thing is we I predict in inventory steel, paper, we're predicting that there may have been also a temple east of the valley temple. And it was dedicated to Cyrus, and that would be also underground so that would be one of my favorite places. And then you mentioned this things on the other side is there as things on the west side. You know? Of course, it's that's a great place to look is there another things, maybe those three places would be my favorite places to go. When you look at what I find the most intriguing about the Giza plateau, of course, everything facing west and facing the Nile. There's there's a lot there and for reasons with the causeway and the entrances and so forth. But when you look at the original survey maps that were done in the eighteen hundreds of the Giza plateau, there is an awful lot. That is behind the the pyramid complex facing west and north west. There's a lot there and not only were the tunnels represented all the way back into the early eighteen hundreds. But there is a construction that is represented in those of original survey maps that really hasn't been explored sense. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Right. There are some places in Egypt that cannot be explored because they are military zones. You know, for example, the the northern pyramid of yet. You know, this is an incredible amazing place with a huge trench and is oval sarcophagus. I'm placement, but there's nothing going on since the sixties because it's a military zone. So yeah, I mean to your point into into Westfield way out, and I don't notice for a fact, I don't know if this is a military zone right now. But you know, some areas are basically off limits, and yeah, there are secrets hiding under the San potentially. And who knows where we're gonna be able to I nursed them. We'll be right back. This is coast to coast AM stay with us..
"one hundred feet" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Exhibition on how to die I climbed up one hundred foot. Ladder to the, diving board then what you it's harder to climb, down a ladder And here's a lovely Anita Ellis to sing what are you gonna sing Honey you'd be so easy to love all So To. Learn So Lou To keep every home So So John Tonight we present the fourth in a series.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Has received a forty day extension to complete its tax role and the state has reimbursed the county this first year for tax roll loss but going forward it's unclear what will happen because the majority of our tax role actually goes to the school so over fifty percent of property tax goes to the schools directly i think they didn't want to have that effect that county is still estimating they will eke out a two point five percent gain in assessments because where people are selling properties prices are going up still the impact on the tax rolls will be felt for a while yes this is going to go on at least five to ten years the the effects of this could take that long for homes to be rebuilt and regain prefire assessments margie schaefer kcbs oakland police are releasing video surveillance which they hope can finally crack a year old hit and run case the video shows the driver of the silver hyundai elantra it's windows possibly tinted tearing through the intersection of bancroft and seventy eighth avenue in east oakland last august destiny gomez and her brotherinlaw were hit and thrown nearly one hundred feet gomez was seven months pregnant at the time and spent time in a coma following the accidents i woke up in a hospital confused where's my son she learned that her baby had been born brain dead and he died a few days later gomez broke nearly every bone in her body she has had more than fifty surgeries and still raising money on go fund me to pay for them just ahead on kcbs i'm doug sovereign in san francisco where london breed gets a vote of confidence from.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Feet two feet three feet five feet one hundred feet well it's not a bad idea there are people think you can go into the defense department budget and take money for the wall but that's not a bad idea that go fund me page you know donald trump he could raise the money on facebook for the wall but you're right put up signs corporate sponsorship of a lot of corporations don't wanna get involved in that in fact he when he got into office called a lot of his buddies who are the biggest builders famous builders in new york and offered them the job of the wall and they all said i can't do it i don't i'll get pickets in front of all my buildings i don't get involved in that wall so that's part of the problem so i don't know who would sponsor it but you know you drive up the highway and you see these signs of know this portion of paid for by so and so every kind of name from business names to celebrity names it'd be interesting you could prob i think if you just did it go fund me for that well just with american citizens you're probably raise the money in a month let's go to sue precipitous hey susan good what'd you want to say susan just wondering regarding nasty waters i mean it really enrages me what she's doing and what someone thinks that she should be arrested for what she's doing she's basically threatening these people's lives and telling people to go after them while she should be sanctioned for it you know there have been ethics charges filed against her i think judicial watch did it i didn't know this 'til yesterday but you don't have to be in congress anymore to file ethics charges against somebody you an outsider can do under the new regulation you know who should absolutely be in jail is peter fonda i know the secret services visit him but this crazy actor peter fonda he's the guy that tweeted out that somebody should kidnap barron trump a twelve year old and wanted to see him put in a cage and raped he then tweeted that stuff about kidnapping sarah sanders children he should be in jail he's been talked about i don't know why he hasn't been charged jeopardy absolutely should be w hd two new york cash mark simone live.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on KCBS All News
"They were one hundred feet high at times basset plumes of dark grey smoke billowing up into the sky it all dc ten passenger jet converted into an aerial tanker was covering the fire with neon orange flame retardant an amazing sight i spoke with sandra clark he manages a convenience store here on sunday the place almost went up in flames had it not been for a team of firefighters who battled it back up the fire she said high sixty come into the house windows i thought the winners we're gonna i mean it was my brotherinlaw was on the roof with hose and he said that he got the bad he had to hose himself hellfire spokesperson amy had says the ponti is headed east and wildlands she says the weather is helping out a bit conditions are better we've had a shift in the weather where we're seeing more westerly influence a cooler wind higher humidity in lake county jeffrey schaub kcbs did not shut off power before the potty fire broke out in lake county around five thirty saturday afternoon pg spokesperson tells kcbs utility did not take any preventative measures to shut off power though there had been discussion of doing so due to the fire concerns across the bay area and northern california this past weekend once crews were on scene cal fire did request the pga de energize lines as a safety precaution the utility did so about six hundred customers are still without power in the area a federal judge in san francisco has refused to throw out a lawsuit challenging the trump administration's decision to stop extending legal status to immigrants from four countries judge edward chen ruling yesterday the courts have the authority to review the lawsuit over temporary protected status lawsuit filed in march seeks to reinstate the standards for people from el salvador haiti nicaragua and sudan temporary protected status is granted to countries ravaged by natural disasters or war and let citizens of those countries remain in the us into the situation improves back home administration sought to dismiss the suit saying courts could not second guess it's decisions to end temporary protected status it's easy to demonize migrants and refugees especially when you do it from a distance at least that's what the people who run catholic charities believe and kcbs rebecca corral tells us what they're doing to change that there's nothing like the human touch to open a heart pudding face to an issue learning one person's story rather than reading about the idea of immigration in the news fear is often the main factor that prevents people from really opening their arms and even trying to get to know refugees and migrants and their perspectives putting themselves in their shoot kim pozniak with catholic relief services says with encouragement from the pope that's exactly what her organization is doing through a program known as share the journey linking americans who are afraid of losing their jobs and their culture with refugees who are equally fearful but of other things not being able to work and support their families not being accepted we partnered with a photographer who spent two days with americans and with refugees and migrants and took the portrait's and so now we're taking these photographs and their stories on the road with a travelling exhibit which she says is changing minds one person to person at a time rebecca chorale kcbs just ahead on kcbs margie schaeffer in san francisco buckle up the busiest traffic months of the year there are straight ahead july and august most heavily traveled months catholic weather update this early tuesday morning here's eldon jacob it looks like a commute in.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Hundreds monitor feeds on our feet at least one hundred feet or buyer all right serious business than the coast of alaska they so nami watch extended down the coast of washington state down the coast of california honolulu cancel bears but that's thousands of miles away that's our syria the serious this was the whole pacific rim was uh is concerned this morning by what happened off the coast of kodiak alaska will stay on top of it let you know so far nothing so far no so nami wife spotted meghan kelly uh then what our she got an and be seen f i must nine o'clock hour not o'clock hour on nbc she does not o'clock hour today show then they call it they can kelly the today show such as making kelley meghan kelly today making their beckett kelly today death she had jane fonda on a couple of weeks back and she said the sgs jane fonda butter plastic surgery and she figured that jane fonda has always spoken openly about aging in or plastic surgery she did it on other shows and she showed clips of jane fonda talk about yes i've had plastic surgery this about a very open so she went on megan megan asked her about in all of the sudden jane fonda got a fake knows at a joint and then feel like talking about it and kinda put a look on her face and said you really want to talk about that and make an said well you know yeah because blah blah blah you're an advocate for wound wage and you are ronda you're on to talk about a move that has to do with aging heavyweight didn't go well fed about a week and a half ago jane fonda was on the today show of the seven o'clock hour i dunno and she was making fun she with there were kinda giggling back and forth and she said to one of the host what are you making ellie you know asking personal personal questions like this well anyway megan kelly.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on KTRH
"That for sure and i gordon here's one truck driver who apparently never play banapple you wear boardwalk is a place for pricey hotels not eighteen wheelers that's what happened yesterday when a truck driver in new jersey apparently took a wrong turn at st james place and found himself driving on the atlantic city boardwalk the driver of the eighty foot long tractor trailer reportedly said he was following the directions of his gps device which apparently wanted a good view of the ocean police say the driver made it nearly three miles down the boardwalk before trying to turn around and realizing that the truck physically could make the turn on the narrow boardwalk it took the city's public works department four hours to remove the truck from the boardwalk or processed process which entails removing one hundred feet of boardwalk railings detaching the cab from the truck and having a tow truck remove the trailer the driver who for the record gordon was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs was issued a number of summonses for improper driver was seriously three miles you up three miles now 3 blocks three miles on the board watt said three miles which so so that's not just himalayan sort of one end of not bury populated yeah probably driving right down in brave aboard were great in front of the casinos and everything if he did indeed make it three mile allow imagine his thinking cheese legs cities greatly you can just pop out of your vehicle and throw down five bucks on one of these a gambling table now mean i go all kidding aside that is that is one career that i would never ever want to have just because of how nerve wracking you'd be driving a a big truck like that especially in a and again tight quarters of big cities something like that never never want that job video do you think could have been had if perhaps he could have pulled off a k turn doboy a boardwalk open up his own driving semi every twelve hours yes going inches at a time back and forth back and forth yes begi mike thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning america's first news.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Radio on kfi path with fifty to us i twenty four hour news hammered by erma i'm chris little live from the twenty four hour kfi newsroom more than a million puerto ricans have lost power because of hurricane remains the category five storm weakened just a little bit overnight but it is expected to remain at least a categoryfour storm forecasters say tropicalstorm force winds could reach self florida by tomorrow night hotels in neighboring georgia are filling up and fill you up a car can take a long time in south florida gas is running out ever everywhere right now so i i'm just a little too late trying to get it i guess indicated be in the storm has killed at least ten people officials say on some islands a majority of buildings have been damaged or destroyed officials puerto rico say some people might have to wait months to get their power back the island has been dealing for years with a debt crisis and outdated infrastructure some professional football players in la have taken the charge to help people in houston los angeles chargers fullback derek want says this is something of a logistical in fries got a food category ago water got diapers they've got all sorts of stuff kinda categorize and different different areas of air says got a kind of get a figured out in all that stuff was loaded up on houston bound trucks team partnered with volunteers from albertson svansson pavilions and sally targets day off israeli humbling to see how the players come out and and help out and get back to the community spokeswoman helen cia says the supplies will be shipped to houston friday and lows fearless kris ankarlo kfi news eleven has been killed in van nuys after getting hit by two cars whose drivers took off lapd detective bill boost those says the woman was in a marked cross walk at supported a and stag street when she was hit by the first car she was laws launched up approximately one hundred feet as second vehicle came over described as the 1995 two thousand toyota camry brown and color possibly being driven by a female that also drag that victim further the woman was hit shortly before eleven thirty last night three met had been stabbed in a.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on KOMO
"The bottom of a one hundred foot waterfall the park says lake she's in snow cover and unstable conditions kept crews robotic him until the had been a further snow about as research shows a resurgence among whitesupremicist and neonazis kohl's jeff pohjola reports another political movement is on the rise it's called the national people's party one of several growing organisations devoted to socialism or wait nate do it hey organized chapters begin to put together ruled by law however you want to refer to them and begin to work for ballot act let's bill killed all lynn olympia socialist political organizer talking about how his party and others like it will push forward in state election offices nationwide he admits it's an uphill task but he hopes the movement will get a big boost next month when seattle city council member sean it's one will be among the leaders of a socialist convergence in washington dc that event takes place september 9th and killed all says that will be the beginning of the end of america's twoparty political system jeff pohjola komo news one person is dead after a small plane crash near a central oregon airport where people are gathering to watch the eclipse authorities first thought the pilot had a passenger on board when the plane went down around two yes after the afternoon the happened about a miles south of the madras municipal airport but jefferson county sheriff jim atkinson's the crash only involve the pilot it did start a brushfire campers have been gathering at the airport for the eclipse on monday a grieving family says they are one step closer now to justice after a long five month weight back in march thirty eight year old ten reminded was killed in a car crash in it wasn't until last week the family faced the man accused cobbles gay cohen spoke to the man's son ethan and his mother debby monterey who expected criminal charges would have been filed some time ago they took until friday for them now finally sit in a courtroom with the man who police say calls this crap israel a photo of terror mundane and a lockett of ashes hang from the.
"one hundred feet" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast
"I mean that that go carousal one hundred feet outside the door but he's like beep be cut because the lord your god granted me success and isaac said to jacob please come near that i may feel you say icke my son to know whether you are really my son he saw ornov anything tang s or was he gonna do now so jacob went near two isaac his father who if he'd him and said so here's what he says the voices jacobs voice but the hands so he's feeling you know the hands and he's like feels like you know and and and but the hands of the hands of eu sobbers 2003 and he did not recognize him because his hands were area like his brother east soast dang lead did it so he blessed him so he's starting the prayer now and he's got his hands on sunday but it's still pulls up one more time ready really my sunny saw orum then he said bring it near to me the i make my son's game and bless you so he brought it near to him and he eight and he brought him wind and he drank than his father isaac said to him this could come near and kiss me my son still checking checking checking jacob who loved to avoid conflict was freaking hair he came near and kissed him an isaac on nice job mom with the clothes isaac smelled the smell of his garments and blessed him and said.