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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Hi hi thanks for calling while in the world after the beep get ready to record. I'm indian guy rod. My name is anna nine. I'm doing gas hills. Minnesota are wow is that a minnesota has eleven thousand eight hundred and forty forty two lakes in the state and they had adrian for some dance mom johnno and thomas fingerling linked by many ghairat. It's just matter shown column can kill a hefty florida and mile in the world is <hes> i just i just learned that the first computer mouse <hes> was made of wood fine and the guide rosin reggie hi mindy and guy rise. I'm zoe. We and i live in centennial colorado my well in the world. Is that that most of the plastic trash. The ocean is made a fishing nets and that there is a trash patch. The size of texas in the pacific ocean say hi agree my g force reggie comic fingerling at denny's for me. I love your show. My name is joe march. I live in huntington beach my in the world. Is that that this off. Quick every day but you can feel it. I love your show jimmy and the dead that's true. I do promote good oral hygiene high navien guy my my name is taylor and i'm from evergreen colorado. My while in the world is that hit those cover themselves in mud to protect them kim from the sex. I my name is kristen and i live in lacey washington. My while in the world is at the hottest temperature ever corded ones in the year nineteen thirteen in death valley california at one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit also. I'm pretty sure greg of fingerlings. Doing is the smartest person on earth who you're pretty sure. I'm the smartest. Well let me convince you with my extensive. Latin uh-huh vocabulary vise versa status quo cetera hyman gang iraq. My name is carla and i live in barrington new hampshire..

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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"The United States. It's two hundred eighty two feet below sea level on the afternoon June July tenth nineteen thirteen the United States weather borough recorded a high temperature of one hundred thirty four degrees Fahrenheit <hes> for everyone else that's fifty six point seven degrees Celsius at furnace creek in Death Valley this this temperature stands as the highest ambient air temperature ever recorded at the surface of the earth that is so frigging hot. I can't even imagine it because when we were in Las Vegas we were like Oh i the whole the air feels like open of yes I am. I am an inside of the oven. It was probably like one hundred degrees YEP. I was joking that it was like one hundred twenty but it was probably one hundred to us one hundred twenty and our truth the ballad so but that one hundred thirty six degrees that's out of control so yeah death valley. Let's not go there. Example of G- robin which is a down dropped block of lane between two mountain ranges it is super dry because it sits in the rain shadow of four major mountain ranges so the highest surface temperature ever recorded in death valley was two hundred one point zero degrees Fahrenheit. That's ninety three point nine degrees Celsius on on July Fifteenth Nineteen seventy-two also at Furnace creek the highest ground surface temperature ever recorded on the earth you if you touched that like if you touch ground you would have third degree burns instantaneously Ashley by the wayside note. Can I tell you how much.

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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Talk about it's a. Seventy degrees. It's so hot that the kangaroos must find shade for the day, seventy degrees. It's nice and cool. What are you talking about? And then I realized, oh, she's talking about talking about celsius. What is that a thousand degrees or eighteen blow? I don't know. No way. There's no way to freak Intel. I mean based on what he is said, I assume it's warm. So maybe it's closer to a thousand degrees eighteen below, but there's no way to tell so stop doing the metric stuff. Well, it was really hot though, wherever these kangaroos work since seventy is apparently, and I don't know, because there's really no way to know. Right. But some people say the internet. Celsius? Yes, one hundred fifty eight degrees Fahrenheit. Holy crap. That's not possible. One hundred fifty eight that's what it said, one hundred fifty eight has ever been a hundred and fifty eight degree reading on earth. No hottest the oddest recorded temperature. Temperature on earth, too. Many words, one hundred thirty four degrees Fahrenheit one fifty so not only is it propaganda. They're lying lying to you to your face. Yeah. And he's lying to these kangaroos faces two pastors. Kangaroo's aren't that? I mean, they wanna they wanna fight you box you in the face. No wonder they're hacked off all the time. Thank one hundred fifty eight I'd be a little irritated too..

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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Record highs in record low highs. Do you get the difference? Oldest the warmest has ever been. It's the warmest. It's ever been since we've been keeping records. But the actual temperature records tell a very very different story. Did the earth experienced its highest temperature ever this year? No. The highest temperature ever reported was one hundred thirty six degrees Fahrenheit in Libya. What year? Nineteen twenty two. The record high temperature for the United States was one hundred thirty four degrees Fahrenheit in death valley in. In nineteen thirteen. Now, I don't know. I'm just going to make a wild guess here. Make a wild ass guess that fossil fuel emissions in nineteen thirteen. Or nineteen twenty two. Were negligible. Compared to what they are today. The coldest temperature ever reported. Was one hundred twenty nine degrees below zero Fahrenheit in Voss. Talk at article in one thousand nine hundred three. Why do I point nineteen eighty well? First of all, that's the highest. The coldest temperature ever recorded. But in nineteen nineteen Eighty-three carbon dioxide emissions were five times higher than in nineteen thirteen the coldest temperature in the lower forty eight states of minus sixty four degrees Fahrenheit was recorded in nineteen Ninety-six and Minnesota. You see the point of this whole exercise is I can go anywhere on the planet and fine record highs and record lows. And there is no correlation between CO two levels. And either those highs or those lows the maximum reported difference between high and low temperatures at a single location. Is one hundred eighty eight degrees Fahrenheit. From minus ninety degrees Fahrenheit to plus ninety eight degrees Fahrenheit in Siberia. Record changes of highs and lows have occurred in twenty two US cities on a single day back in nineteen eighty nine. The temperature in alamosa, Colorado. Very between the low of thirty five and a high of ninety one. Which is a temperature. Swing of fifty six degrees. This. This dirtbag. What's to somehow convince us that? Oh, yeah. I'm just old enough to remember that. Al Gore told us that well. Five or ten years ago? The polar ice caps will melt the sea level rises would have already already. Been of such magnitude that Miami Dade County would be flooded that New York City would be under I'll know six inches twelve inches of water. Where did.

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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"Like a read a redshirt guy, isn't it? Yeah. This case he made it. He normally maybe we started a new life together. They're expendable Bob to the bears. The always makes you wonder did, I truly like this, or is it something that, I just, it's all I knew it at the time, because games have come a long way it just like with cooking, stuff like that. We've come a long way with how he can cook food. Sure, we're in the age where crackpots I went an experiment, a couple years ago and had a wifi crock pot. And the only reason it stopped working was just one day. When I went over to was working I was like, I'm not paying one hundred dollars for new crock pot. So I gotta cheapo crock, but it was kind of interesting don't do that. Have you seen this us no nest? Joke crock pots not quite there, because it wasn't really that useful because I had to ended up having to say Madam, which is the Amazon device. I just don't want to trigger it. I would say star crocked route for so long and like nowadays, I just click on a little bit in it starts. I mean the only thing I don't get it. I don't get a I hit where my my Hugh. Life would flash when dinner's ready. So that was kinda cool education. I don't get that now. Well covers to the other side of the revenue. Or you just like say, hey, mom, when that works down to like thirty seconds to start flickering my lights for me. Okay thing with rock. It's always eight hours of low, so I don't know exactly what it is doing. Yes to one of those like even like leaving it in the crock pot to start his time to get bad. If you don't cook it. So it's an idea that I get the idea, but it's expensive scooper a cheapo crock. But, but Amanda, you had a restaurant, dead a few years ago, I opened my own restaurant. It was a healthy fast food restaurant that was supposed to be like, I don't know if you guys know, deliciously, Ella this, it was before deliciously, Ella, but we had the same idea to have salads and soups and healthy bowls and just provide healthy food to the town reopened. But then we found this really incredible induction. Walk that changed, our entire business model like I didn't changing your entire business model for one piece of equipment. But that's what we did. So it was like this induction, walk. It was basically a rectangle with a like a spa. Fear half sphere. Cut out of it that only got hot when you put the right Pat, on it, and then you in the pan because we had, this amazing induction, walk. We were like oh, let's just do stir fries so changed. I mean that you could keep the temperature stays exactly where you dial it in as long as you have, like a magnetic Potter. It just kind of the it was amazing. It was like the coolest piece of technology when we closed down. It was I was really sad that it had to go away. Take the induction walk. So you could walk away. Ear. If I had a scub-, and I would call it induction, walk nice. Yeah. That was like food technology. We had, what's the state of the art will not even a state of the machine, but a really nice coffee machine lately, soup pots and a gas stove, which is not very common over in Northern Ireland. So, like we had lots of cool things. But that was pinnacle, in terms of food, tech induction, walk again, hope so maybe day, switcher induction walks, which are induction, walk. As we get this. I think it'd be like three times the price of the switch to be honest, and both can some India blow. Yeah. Probably probably depends. If you leave your, your food in the walk long enough. Overtime of dysentery before Boise. Okay. All the ports, Horton like is just going to be eating bed rock. You know, Oregon trail or walk this, this is just not going to be for the best for Bob now. I am Bob. I'll start my new life. My new walk life with redshirt. Bob. That is so cool though. So you so you are doing prior to the, the induction walk and stuff you cooking different kind of food. No, we had an open jet. So we were still working on our business model and, like our layout. And this guy was like he wasn't a rat kind of was a random guy actually architecture. Like have you met Derek? And we were like no. And that we met Derek. He was like induction walks and we were like slow. Some guy with, like a little cheesy mustache used car salesman, cellular shower. Have you seen deduction rock? Accurate. So it changed our entire bits this little, we had wind jet. So we could do that at are beach store. We have a at least old Italian or Mexican restaurant next door, and we use that for our training center. Somebody wanted to repurpose the kitchen there that, that we now use the storage to be a juice bar, so thinking, we would be a beat store and it just bar and he went into as part of the profits. That sounds good. I mean like hippies like beans and juice. So really make sense though nowadays would juice be juice day when wanting vapes. No. Like health people's they still want use. Okay. I always reduce when I'm when I'm out and about traveling, and I'm like, I'm so thirsty. I need you know with the doctrine walk in the wifi crock pot. So that way, we can all work at work the other to make sure amazing. It's gonna make it all work. And Michael you've experimented with, with different food. I have I love. I mean I'm like a weirdo. I want to try and play around with everything possibly can, you know, it's funny because like there's so many things that are out there that you just kinda wanna buy at all. But I think it was like all Brown, whose big thing was, like, if you buy something, it better have more than one purpose, otherwise it just doesn't belong in my cabinet. So like there's so many things that are out there and a Mike, you know, and Sarah, joined, sir show recently and we were talking about waffle irons. And there was a caller that was even more that, that in about convincing his spouse to buy hoffler getting involved in your marriage life man. But the idea is that do so many fun things. We'll off alliance, you could take like things like macaroni and cheese. You can take stuffing from this said, fine holiday, and you could make a what was philophical you could do you could make a waffle so many things, I've fought with that Suvi homemade come Suva's amazing, you know, for you live in a house that has. A kitchen a small as mine have food show, but it's kind of like a like a big joke that I can't my, my wife and I can't really even like almost pass by each other in the kitchen, so small, but like a Suva's cool, 'cause it almost gives you like I guess, it's kind of, like induction away because what happens is you kind of set food to a certain temperature and then it cooks whatever you want the final temperature to be. So like, if you're cooking steak, and you what your states to be like, one hundred thirty four degrees Fahrenheit, or let's, let's go for the vegan, you couldn't carrots or something like that. Then you throw the Rosemary a little butter salt. Pepper it with your carrots. They cook and then you attend to other stuff in your kitchen, and then when to kind of put everything together, then you earn back to the V grab your stuff then you kind of finishing up so it's kinda nice. We're making things happen, when you've limited space, you know what it sounds like silly, but a probe thermometers are like an amazing little tool. You know, people tell you to thermometer. You poke the food you check. And then, like, what do you, do you wait? Twenty minutes check again. Maybe it's too late. So they sell these little thermometer, guys like that bathroom YoM target whatever let's bucks. And then what happened is you get like a thermometer, that you usually magnetically stick it on, like, you know, your oven range. Whatever else. And then there's like a silicon wire that runs down and you take this pro you put it into the food. And then you could set like on a dial. What do you want the final temperature of whatever you're cooking to be? And then when it reaches temperatures beeping so it's like amazing. You go sit in the cash whatever else. And then, you know, when you're ready, you know instead of waiting for the old belly button plastic to Hickey to pop up, then you kinda go that route, and it's kind of fun. Let me tell you what, not to buy have of that think that there's people that want to spend jillion dollars and sixteen thousand knives. How about you just go.

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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KSRO

"Twenty five till accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr has the national forecast what are we going to have we're going to have several areas of precipitation across the country for today one is going to be a weak front that's going to push out of the great lakes and the midwest across the ohio valley and the northeast that will have some shower and thunderstorm activity within don't nothing severe we're mostly going to see that activity around during the afternoon and early evening hours ahead of that front the warmth and the humidity going to build across the northeast and down into the mid atlantic for today we're also going to look for afternoon storms to pop up across the tennessee and lower mississippi river valleys those are not going to be severe however we do have a possibility of severe storms in the northern rockies areas across western and central parts of montana may end up with some strong even severe storms for this afternoon and the early part of tonight meanwhile farther south into the four corners region especially up through arizona and utah will end up with showers and thunderstorms once again these are going to primarily bring the risk of flooding rainfall and are going to be most widespread during the afternoon and evening hours they will spill over somewhat into parts of colorado and new mexico as well as over into southern portions of nevada and california the heat backing off a little in the northwest although it still plenty steamy across much of california that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather zehr on this date in nineteen thirteen the temperature reached one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit and death valley california it was the hottest recorded temperature ever in the us and remains a record that date fell on a friday in nineteen thirteen they said it was going to be a hot weekend on this date in one thousand nine hundred rca's trademark logo his master's.

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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Twenty five till accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr has the national forecast what are we gonna have we're going to have several areas of precipitation across the country for today one is going to be a weak front that's going to push out of the great lakes and the mid west across the ohio valley and the northeast that will have some shower and thunderstorm activity within though nothing severe we're mostly going to see that activity around during the afternoon angrily evening hours ahead of that front the warmth and the humidity going to build across the northeast and down into the mid atlantic for today we're also going to look for afternoon storms to pop up across the tennessee and lower mississippi river valleys those are not going to be severe however we do have a possibility of severe storms in the northern rockies areas across western and central parts of montana man doppler some strong even severe storms for this afternoon and the early part of tonight meanwhile farther south into the four corners region especially up through arizona and utah will end up with showers and thunderstorms once again these are going to primarily bring the risk of rainfall and are going to be most widespread during the afternoon and evening hours they will spill over somewhat into parts of colorado and new mexico as well as over into southern portions of nevada and california the heat backing off a little in the northwest although it still plenty steamy across much of california that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather zehr on this date in nineteen thirteen the temperature reached one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit in death valley california it was the hottest recorded temperature ever in the us and remains a record that date fell on a friday in nineteen thirteen they said it was going to be a hot weekend on this date in one thousand nine hundred rca's trademark logo his.

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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wow In the World

"California and nevada uh the old dan valley america's director breaking national park that's right death valley is the lowest riased and oddest place in the united states oh not just the us cairo eyes i went to read the backing 1913 they recorded a temperature of fifty seven degrees celsius that's one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit right wow more than one hundred years later it still hasn't been beaten as hottest ever recorded air temperature on how you could practically freia i get that temperature right in fact um thing an oath to there is a uae oh did you just pull those eggs out of your pocket him on the head of the car while you were asking at cactus per directions earlier in the excuse me i'm just wondering if you could give us a directions to our campsite what in night sarah wayne that was like cactus i was talking to a year in one with a pretty prickly personality if you ask me now he drag it was hot enough outside to cook these eggs on the hood of the car wasn't quite a hundred and thirty four degrees out but still seem to do the trick meet the there's sand all over these exit kinney these also they've been sitting in your pocket for who knows how many hours nine hours behind hours it might have been a hot enough to fry an egg on the car earlier but no now the middle of the night really's turning the whole down here.

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"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on WTVN

"Day today and estrogen lie the ten on this day linate gene ninety there celebrating in wyoming it became the forty four th state in the union on this date on this day in 1930 aged trademark logo his master's voice was registered with a us baton office the logo course features of dog looking into horn of a gramophone with gene ta 1913 the temperature reached one hundred thirty four degrees fahrenheit in depth valley california was the hottest recorded temperature ever in the united states in may is still to this day on nineteen twenty nine the us government began issuing paper money in the size we now use nineteen 38 eight millionaire howard hughes completed his flight around the world the first flight to ninety one hours 1962 the telstar communications satellite was launched from cape canaveral florida and that was that was a big deal the gunman we didn't it wasn't so easy to throw thoroughly the pictures and sounds all over the world then as it is now this day nineteen five the rolling stones at the top of the music charts with satisfaction 1971 tony connect liro of the boston red sox pitched announced his retirement from baseball his career was cut short after he was hit in the eye by a pitch i still remember when i was the kid they actually had him in may boogerd up i on the cover of sports illustrated looked awful the state nineteen 75 share filed for divorce from rock star greg allman this was a pretty big day for people who loved cokie 1985 the cocacola company announced the original coq would be returning to stores shells under the name.

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