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Fresh update on "pacific ocean" discussed on WBT Afternoon Programming

WBT Afternoon Programming

01:04 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pacific ocean" discussed on WBT Afternoon Programming

"11 10 9 www bt reputable Show good to be here with you. I still want to know. I mean, how is it that please help me out because we know that former Vice President Biden and Camilla Harris came out today and said they want a national mask mandate. They want a mandate. Night, a nationwide mask mandate to make you do your thing and and where that mask and do all that sort of stuff right? They want a National Mandate II pointed out how you can easily do the national mask mandate. By just passing a bill out of the house, Get it up to the Senate and sent to the president first signature and override his veto. If you really want the national mask mandate, But you can't just wave a magic wand and go bring I now demand that we are all masked. Crazy brings out Bring Ah! So I just I just When I see stuff like this makes me crazy, And then we say what? We can't We can't vote conventionally. We have tohave a ballot mailed to us. I mean, do you even open your door and get your mail? You know people have touched your mail. You go see a doctor. You should see a doctor. X ray. Your 1,000,000 microwave your mail. What do you do? You can can somebody who can is shut in. Let's calm shut ins. You know they're shut in her home. And you and my wife does meals on wheels. You know, they deliver right meals in the community to shut ins. Right? Can they request absentee ballots? Yeah. Oh, yeah, sure. Why don't we do it that way? Well, you could do it. You have to ask for the CIA, but that's my point. Right? Like that takes work. It's easier to just have it delivered, but that will solve a lot of the problems. So Yes. Now, if you're if you're flooding the market with melons that You lose the incentive for people to go to the polls. And then people just say, Well, why should I stand in line? I'll just fill this out. What? Right? I mean, you would think you're creating right? You're creating an environment where not only is there People be more lazy, overflowing the mail system. And more potential for fraud. And then the whole deal about people who are a legal immigrants, Illegals. Have two unregistered. That's ridiculous. You have to opt out. If I do not want about it. I just want to drive a car so they can get a ballot and vote They will get about under then vote. Well, it's up to them to say I'm not eligible, so I can't do that right. But I can't. That's a frustrating that's a frustrating reality. So I I would I would say, Hey, if you can't physically Go to the pole in your community you can file and whether it's your traveling on business or you're ill. You're bedridden. You can file for up Steve ballot, right. That's it. Boom done. Or if you're out of town. I mean, if you were going out of town, perhaps or something, I mean, Yeah, That's right. You know, this sort of said I'm going on the lam like I gotta get out of here. Let me vote. I gotta get out of town, You know, Get out of town. Quick, quick, I can't Where I'm going. I can't vote. They didn't come in with a tough situation so and that prevents the people who are Dead from getting balance. Well, you don't want dead people voted like if you if if if this person voted When there's a lot of stiff competition there. Oh, I know. I know my dad work. My dad worked in a funeral parlor. And one of my best friends to me, O'Shea. They O'Shea funeral home. We had all that We had all the dead jokes whose great people are dying to get it going to get in. Unbelievable. Yeah, well, put a double I give up off the wall, right? Banked it. Boom boom! Nothing but net. Ah, let's check. Let me take. Let me take a GI Joe on one, the Yankee Joe. Welcome to the show. Let me introduce you to a coach Matori. Hey, Coach. How you doing, Doggy? Thank you. What's up? You know it's funny, Bret. I can't believe it's another election. I'm listening Team four swords again old get more gray hairs before he fought to get Can you give me the names of the animals that you have at home so I can have a map? City Valance doesn't want equal about Doherty. You got vaccinated Zorro Zoe into me. Zorro. Zoe matter So, yeah. Westies to Estes on the census form, Tio. Yeah, yeah. You know, one thing before you know, Trump isn't changes my remember Oprah Winfrey used to jump up and down the Nile is saying we should run for president, which used to have them on the show. 20 years ago, and now it's sudden this guy's worst thing since you know, pink Cadillacs. So that's kind of funny, But I was listening to what you're saying Doherty and you know, um I think it's a really beautiful thing, which you said, you know, it's nice to change your mind but being here in California with things for the people of North Carolina One of politicians changes their mind or some like that. I don't believe him at all. Because we live in Brett wishes for you to leave in a swamp looking in the Pacific with the Pacific Ocean view. It's right and it's a really, you know. You're really good..

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 5 d ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the Pacific Ocean, are unprecedented in their size and durability. People in the regional capital march through the city holding a rally in front of government. We're not a colony, they expressing anger at the authorities, including President Vladimir Putin. Federal agents arrested Governor Sergei for gall in July and took him to Moscow to stand trial. Khabarovsk mayor's offices. The protests are getting smaller as it issues millions of rubles and finds two demonstrators. Lucien Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow This is NPR Live from KTVT News. I'm Kate Wolf, local activists and to San Francisco supervisors are currently marching from Barkhad Arrow and market. To the immigration and Customs Enforcement building downtown. They're calling for undocumented immigrants to be released from ice detention centers across the state due to the risks posed by Cove in 19 Security's Shannon Lin is at the scene. Hi, Shannon. What's the feeling out there? Okay. There are about 200 people here, heading TTO Ice headquarters on stands in street. In addition to the releases, they're calling on government avenues to stop all transferred from state prisons and local jails. Ice facilities. People are loud and angry, but they're also falling. Taking precautions. There's also a giant puppet of Newsome holding a Sandglass and the local artist made it says it represents time running out. Yesterday, A federal judge ordered immigration authorities to stop admitting new deep detainees to a private facility in Bakersfield with a growing Koven 19 outbreak. Can you tell me more about that? Right, the judge said. Ice in the private company Geo Survey, which only operates facility responded to the pandemic and quote of cavalier documents from the hearing showed that immigration we should avoid widespread testing among both detainees and shack because they thought positive test result would require them to implement safety measures that they didn't feel worth the trouble. So that's what these protesters are concerned about when they pose these demands. That's cuties..

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Protests Over The Arrest Of A Popular Governor Continue For 3rd Week In Russia

All Things Considered

03:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Protests Over The Arrest Of A Popular Governor Continue For 3rd Week In Russia

"As protests over racial injustice continue to rage across the U. S. In Russia. Thousands of people are also taking to the streets for the 20th day in a row people in the far east of the country march to protest the arrest of a popular governor. Their anger was first directed at government bureaucrats in Moscow, 4000 miles away. away. But But now now That That anger anger is is increasingly increasingly directed directed at at President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin himself. himself. That is the sound people protesting today, shouting Putin resigned. NPR's Lucy in Kim joins us now from Moscow. Hey, Lucy, In Hey! So who is this governor? I mean, why did his arrest spark these protests? His name is Sergei. For Gall. He's a local businessman who amazingly beat the pro Kremlin candidate in a landslide for governor of Khabarovsk region two years ago. And then earlier this month for goal was arrested by masked federal agents and taken to a Moscow prison where he's now in pretrial detention on charges of ordering contract killings 15 years ago. He says he's innocent. And ah lot of people in Khabarovsk have taken to the streets to support him. So if this governor is being charged with crimes for involvement in contract killings, why are people they're so upset? Well, People are upset because they feel Moscow has overruled their democratic choice, and they're also angry that he will stand trial there and not in Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk region, borders Thie, Pacific Ocean and China. And people there feel forgotten and neglected by the federal government in Moscow, I spoke with one protester. His name is Vitaly Blagojevich. And before the Corona virus pandemic he taught Russian at a Chinese university. I've been expecting that maybe the protease will go down. But every day when you come you our experience in the the Prudie's is going up every day. I'm happy. He says He didn't even vote. For for gall, but he's angry with the way that he's being treated. So do you think authorities are going to be cracking down on these protests? I mean, how long can they continue? The Kremlin finds itself in a tough position there so many protesters that they can't use force and throw everybody in jail. And if the Kremlin ignores a protest, they run the risk of other regions getting the same idea. I asked Nina Khrushcheva, Russia expert at the new school in New York, how dangerous she thinks the protests are they don't really have a leader in those protests are probably the most dangerous because if the cause is Moscow has too much power. They can really spread like wildfire, especially there in Siberia in the Far East. The protester I spoke to Vitaliy Blagojevich said he was really angry that some protesters were being called into the police. And he said, that's what brought him out every night this week. Saturday's have seen the biggest protests in Khabarovsk. Everybody will be watching what happens this weekend.

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People Are Panic-Buying Meat, Toilet Paper and Pelotons

How I Built This

06:55 min | 3 weeks ago

People Are Panic-Buying Meat, Toilet Paper and Pelotons

"When the pandemic shutdown fitness studios all around the world, people still needed a way to work out, and Peleton saw a huge surge in demand I spoke with John from his home in New York just a couple of days ago. Where he's focused on meeting that demand and keeping the Peleton community motivated all right. Let's talk business When did you first start to see something odd in in like orders Peleton? Did you start to see like? Like a weird surge, even before the pandemic really hit, I don't think it was before guy, I think it was that you know the the twelfth or thirteenth of March when the world's realized that what we were hearing about obviously China and Italy and and some other places in South Korea did it was going to come to New York and all of a sudden that following week it started shooting up the demand I demand that you had not seen. Seen in the previous eight years of Peleton's history, well interestingly I think we talked about this last time. Guys that we have a uniquely seasonal business where I think we've said sixty percent of our demand is between Thanksgiving and the end of February because of a holiday sales in the cold winter months in the summer. You're you know you're running and working outside a little bit more in the winter you WanNa. Peleton platform felt on bike or tread. And so we've dealt with these spikes in demand. After thanksgiving and Black Friday and aggressive spikes, where it's multiples beyond what it was a couple of weeks prior, yeah, and so we had seen, we just hadn't seen it in this type of surge in demand. We haven't seen it in the third week of March, I mean that was obviously very unique, and generally sales are declining. Coming out of the holiday season and took a took a turn. The other action, so you aren't prepared for this I. Mean You wouldn't have been prepared for it was it wasn't predictable. Yeah, no, not at all what served us well I would say to guy. We are an ambitious bunch of Peleton, and we see Helen Bikes and treadmills and future products and our content as the future of fitness globally we are planning to grow geometrically for years and years to come, and in order to do that. You have to be investing heavily in supply, chain and logistics and stores and people and infrastructure and number experience. Experience and you have to be really investing for Growth and we had been doing that, so we were more prepared a company that wasn't ready for growth and the second thing what we benefit from guy which was really fun to watch was how entrepreneurial the folks Pelivan are not not myself, but the you know hundreds of people around me. They were excited about the challenge of dealing with it, and and it's you know it's a beautifully dynamic group of people at Peleton and the challenges that we faced which were many over the last several months. Including working from home, but also an exploding business I'm it was really fun to watch everybody triage and rising occasion, and it's been. It's been weirdly fun to be honest all right. Just give me a sense. What what is the percentage? Increase in sales. What's been the percent increase in sales over the last couple months? It's tricky. Guy Is I. Think when you and I met we private company. Yes, and now you're. Yes I be a little more forthcoming last time we spoke. To right right I, got you, but there's been. A search, right, there's been a surge. There's been a wind in our sale as I as I said anecdotally I'm hearing that there's a waiting list for people to get their. Peleton's just because of the surge. How how long on average now is it? Take to get one year I think it's spiked ten or eleven weeks in some markets and I think we're down to six or seven weeks. Most markets at this point and as we continue to build capacity in manufacturing pipeline at supply chain. were able to. Meet the demand a little bit more faster, so it's it's coming down and. It's something we care deeply about because we want to get off on the right foot, not just because it's good for business, but it's good for our communities as well in the mental health of our future members. Let's just talk. Brass tacks for for a moment You've got supply chain right? 'cause these these are made overseas, and they've got to be shipped across the Pacific. Ocean and come to la or Seattle wherever and then distribute around the country, but you also have your also logistics company, you also have stores where you display and allow people to try the bikes or the treadmill, so let's talk logistics. I mean you've got Peleton vans that go to people's homes and set them up. How has that? How's that work? Work Yeah that was that was probably the biggest thing that we had needed triage to make sure that our employees and our members were safe, and in this new covert world, and we found a again. The creativity of my colleagues We found a lot of creative solutions on how to deliver bikes we do what's called a threshold delivery where we don't even come into your home. We will not put it on your porch or you and your the precipice of your of your garage. Help you, set it up and tell you what you would need to do, and we've created new tools online to help you do what are delivery? Folks would have done had they delivered it and spent the half hour setting it up, and now it's more of a self service model because you don't want our team touching you know your bike right and by the way our team doesn't want to be in your home and it's a shared anxiety you know we want to keep our save. And and our and we WANNA keep our employees safe, and it's working we've. We've found some some good solutions you've got. Thousands and thousands of classes that are recorded are available, but you've got live classes. I mean that's the whole attraction to Peleton is that you've got a live instructor and you've got a studio in your media company How are you doing that safely? How are you? How do you have instructors? Come to the studio in New York and get filmed for the live classes. Yeah, it's a good question with our with our instructors. We sent you know a couple hundred thousand dollars. Dollars of hardware and software into a few of our member of Uber instructors, homes and set up a an ad hoc television streaming studio. It was fascinating to watch how quickly they were able to get world class content streaming from a an living room of one of our instructors, and so yes, we did care about the authenticity in the freshness of our continent's something that we told our members that they were going to get when they purchase their biker treadmill, so we've been. Trying to honor that and I think it's really worked. I think versus taking a class from two years ago, which are still available in still awesome. There's something about the conversation. You're able to have in the relevance. You're able to have the connection. You're able to bring to our members in their home when you're talking about what's going on in the world in that moment, and so it's really. It's really

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Plastic Island

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:14 min | 2 months ago

Plastic Island

"Welcome to kiss. Myths and mysteries signed your host, Kit Chrome today, myth or mystery, an island of plastic floats around the Pacific Ocean. You may have heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. But what is it out? Did it start and how can we do anything about it? The Great Pacific Garbage Patch name for a collection of marine debris that accumulated over time. Time due to converging ocean currents called Gyrus Gyrus are unique forms of ocean current, because they are large systems that move in a swirling motion, leaving marine debris, caught in their path to move and be trapped in the calmer, more stable Middle Shera. Two segments of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch exists in the Pacific. Ocean the western garbage patch which closer to. To Japan and the eastern garbage patch, which is closer to southern California and Mexico, almost entirely comprised micro-plastics, small pieces of plastic that measured less than five millimeters long and discarded fishing gear, floating the water surface, the Pacific garbage patch formed due to the buoyant and durable nature, these materials which allow symptom float for years in the ocean without breaking down larger and. And heavier pieces of debris sink. Likely there's even more garbage below. Either the two patches. In fact, scientists recently found that about seventy percent of all marine debris eventually sinks to the ocean floor where all the debris that comprises the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, come from an estimated fifty four percent of debris swirling in the patch originates from land in North America. America and Asia while another twenty percent likely comes from boats, large cargo ships cruise ships and offshore oil rigs that either lose or intentionally discard debris into the ocean once they're debris will float along with current until it ends up trapped between Chiara's for an uncertain amount of time. Marine debris isn't just unsightly. It is harmful to the plants and animals that call. Call. The Ocean home from entanglement of large migratory animals like whales to be mistaken for food by Sea Turtles Fish and seabirds, marine debris causes physical, and at times lethal harm to marine animals, micro-plastics and other debris can also harm plankton and algae by blocking the sunlight. They need to be able to undergo photosynthesis and produce energy for themselves, which causes harm. Harm throughout the Marine Food Web. Surprisingly marine debris can also serve as a vehicle for species to travel too far off habitats and subtle a new ecosystems, meaning marine debris can promote the spread of invasive species throughout the ocean prevention of the marine debris, entering the marine environment is the best strategy to prevent growth of the great. Pacific Garbage Patch which you can. Can do it home by reducing your own dependence on single use plastic items in your life, but the question I asked us I researched this story was. How do we get rid of this fine? Let's use single use plastics. Let's not add to it. But how do we get rid of what is already there?

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Han Dynasty

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

04:50 min | 2 months ago

Han Dynasty

"Welcome to bedtime history. Have you heard of a country called China one point four billion people in China more people than any other country in the world around nineteen percent of the world has Chinese, which means around one in five people. The Chinese have very interesting history which goes back thousands of years there civilizations were vast and powerful and the invented many useful things tonight. We're going to learn about the Han dynasty which ruled China for over four hundred, years. China located in the East which is across the Pacific Ocean, from the United States than below Russia and above India. Like many civilizations changed over the years as emperors replaced other emperors. An emperor is the same thing as king in China. Gals who was the first emperor of the Han Dynasty in two hundred BC? He formed the new capital of CIANCI along the way river. His first move was to replace smaller kings over the different regions with his own relatives, which he I thought was a good idea, but these relatives ended up being just as difficult, often trying to take over his role as emperor. With gals Zoos Emperor Confucianism, became the main philosophy in China, it started with a man named Confucius. Who wrote about how people should treat each other and behave? He wrote the people should be honest and trustworthy. They should be loyal to their leaders. Parents and parents should love their children and children should love their parents. A follower named Fu Shang had saved the books of Confucius and under Emperor Gal Zoo universities were established Oliver China to share his teachings. Before. Long thirty thousand students were studying Confucianism. For many years, the Chinese people worship their ancestors. The emperor worshipped his ancestors to and he and most families made ritual sacrifices to them and to other spirits. Taoism was another religion practice during the Han Dynasty, and during this time Buddhism was also introduced to China. For every civilization trade is an important way for people to get things they need. In one, thirty, eight BC, a man named John Chen was sent by the emperor to explore the West. On the way most of his party was captured, but junction continued on until reaching Afghanistan. There he discovered goods. The Chinese would find useful like horses and Golden Silver and could be traded for junction, hurried back to the emperor and told him about the trade route soon. Many Chinese were moving along this trade route, connecting the east and the West. Some of the main goods China traded to the countries in the West where t perfumes, precious stones and silk. For this reason, it became known as the Silk Road and was used for hundreds of years afterward for trade between the east and the West. The, people of the Han Dynasty were also known for their beautiful artwork. We know this. Because many of the tombs were decorated with paintings and pottery and carved stones for example, the Tomb of the Wu family had three thousand figures carved from silver bronze jade. The, Han Dynasty also known for its invention of paper. The Chinese people took items like bamboo rags, fish, nuts and tree bark impounded them down, and then mix them with water next they spread it out flat and let it dry. This new invention quickly spread the empire. Another important invention was writing during the Han Dynasty. Someone wrote the first Chinese Dictionary and historians began recording the history of the Chinese people. Which is why we know so much about them today. Like all great dynasties, gals, uis ended when someone more cunning and powerful took over. Wing became the next temper and broke with many of the old dynasties traditions and called his new dynasty. The first thing he did was took the farms for many of the wealthy families, and gave them back to the peasants, the poor people. This angered many of the smaller kings, and before long a new emperor lay shoe controlled the Han Dynasty. At this time, the dynasty was mostly controlled by young teenage boys who are power hungry and always trying to get the best of each other, which only lead to more trouble in the palace. Before long the next person wanting to be emperor raised an army, and conquered the palace, leading to the end of the Han Dynasty. But incredibly at four hundred years, this dynasty was the longest lasting of all dynasties in the history of China, and also set the standard for future dynasties which sought to emulate its success today. China's one of the largest countries and seeing much growth and has its history to thank for it.

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UFC 'Fight Island' revealed in Abu Dhabi, will host 4 shows

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:17 min | 2 months ago

UFC 'Fight Island' revealed in Abu Dhabi, will host 4 shows

"One I mentioned that fight island. Is, real and it is official. UFC announced the location of the venue and forage. Lie shows on Tuesday including a very deep pay per view car that kicks everything off. Location is indeed Yes island in Abu Dhabi. So much for a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, homeless several. You have see events in the past. You've C. Two fifty. One is going to start the four event month. Fight night events on July Fifteenth Eighteenth and the twenty seventh. So you have C two fifty one. The main car we got Kamara loosen and Gilbert Burns for the welterweight title. alyx Volkogonov ski and Max Holloway to Peter Yawned. Josie Aldo for the vacant bantamweight title and Rose Now, Yunus, who was not fighting as a result of corona virus. She's back to face. Jessica and drudge and also page van Zandt who. I can't believe she's not injure right now. She will be facing, Amanda Rebus so. That's the lineup for the pay per view coming up from fight island first of four shows.

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Sir Richard Branson: Virgin Orbit rocket fails on debut flight

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Sir Richard Branson: Virgin Orbit rocket fails on debut flight

"Out the first attempt by Richard Branson's virgin orbit to watch a test satellite into space failed Monday off the coast of southern California the plan was to launch the satellite aboard a rocket that was released from under the left wing of a Boeing seven forty seven jumbo jet over the Pacific Ocean but on its official Twitter launch commentary virgin orbit said after a clean release from the aircraft the mission terminated shortly into flight there were no further details the seven forty seven dubbed cosmic girl had taken off from Mojave air and space port in the desert north of Los Angeles hi Mike Rossi speaking of space entrepreneurs apparently E. long musk had a baby with somebody who calls herself crimes and they gave their son a name that sounds like a Tesla model musk tweeted earlier this month that the boy's name is X. eighty eight dash twelve mosque some people familiar with the arcane laws of the state of California pointed out that the state only allows names comprised of the twenty six known letters of the English language now Grimes has posted a new photo of the baby with an updated version of the name X. A. E. A. X. I. hi musk responding to enquiries about the change crimes wrote Roman numerals look better TBH so what does it mean you might want to write this down X. the first axis for the unknown A. ET Grimes explains as the elven spelling of a all right which also stands for artificial intelligence and is the word for love in Japanese Hey twelve is their favorite plane a respected reconnaissance plane no weapons no defenses just speed glad we could care about a a clear that up musk has five other kids from a previous marriage all of which have completely normal

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Los Angeles - Virgin Orbit Rocket Experiences ‘Anomaly’ During Launch Demo Off California Coast

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Los Angeles - Virgin Orbit Rocket Experiences ‘Anomaly’ During Launch Demo Off California Coast

"Billionaire Richard Branson's virgin orbit fails in its first rocket launch attempt the first attempt by Richard Branson's virgin orbit to watch a test satellite into space failed Monday off the coast of southern California the plan was to launch the satellite aboard a rocket that was released from under the left wing of a Boeing seven forty seven jumbo jet over the Pacific Ocean but on its official Twitter launch commentary virgin orbit said after a clean release from the aircraft the mission terminated shortly into flight there were no further details the seven forty seven dubbed cosmic girl had taken off from Mojave air and space port in the desert north of Los Angeles hi

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Flights Into The Stratosphere Study Changes To Atmospheric Rivers

Morning Edition

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Flights Into The Stratosphere Study Changes To Atmospheric Rivers

"That over the past six months scientists have been flying high over the Pacific Ocean into the stratosphere to study weather phenomena called atmospheric rivers these rivers in the sky can deliver huge amounts of rain and snow to the west coast and they may be getting more intense and here's Nathan rott join them for a flight confession I don't always pay attention to preflight briefing you know the whole insert buckled tighten seatbelt thing but most flights don't have emergency masks with compressed air pressure you'll need like we need a retaining says because if something goes wrong above forty thousand feet the air

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Flights Into The Stratosphere Study Changes To Atmospheric Rivers

Environment: NPR

03:32 min | 3 months ago

Flights Into The Stratosphere Study Changes To Atmospheric Rivers

"Is the global pandemic making. You wish you could take a quick break from planet earth. Our next story will help you do to stop over the past six months. Scientists have been flying high over the Pacific Ocean into the stratosphere to study weather phenomena called Atmospheric rivers these rivers in the sky can deliver huge amounts of rain and snow to the West Coast and they may be getting more intense. Npr's Nathan join them for a flight. Confession I don't always pay attention to preflight briefings you know the whole insert buckle seatbelt thing. But most flights don't have emergency masks with compressed air pressure you'll need like coordinator returning says because if something goes wrong above forty thousand feet here get sucked out of your lines okay. He's got my full attention heading like just about everyone else on this flight. Works for Noah the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. They're wearing smurfs. Blue flight suits with patches that read Hurricane Hunter because these are the folks if light through hurricanes when it's that time of the year this like far over the northeast Pacific Ocean shouldn't be nearly as bumpy because collecting data on atmospheric rivers is a little less invasive instead of flying through the band of moisture will fly over it at about forty one thousand feet just shy of where you can see the curvature of the earth. The weather event we're studying is far below. But let's have the expert on the jet. Explain starting with you know what the heck is an atmospheric river. Yeah sure so. They're basically like a river in the sky. Which is why that name got coins? And Wilson is with the scripts institution of Oceanography. So it's sort of a long narrow corridor of strong Moisture Transport so lasted water vapor and lots of wins mostly at low levels water vapor that starts in the humid tropics and then snakes its way across the ocean until it hits a landmass like a river hitting a damn that collision can be good and that brings much needed water to places like California but it can also be bad. Because when Wilson says lots of water vapor she means lots and atmospheric river on average can transport as much water as a twenty five Mississippi of Earth Atmospheric rivers are to blame for flooding events in California Washington and Oregon just about every year and scientists expect strong ones to increase in frequency with the warming climate similar to hurricanes because warmer air can hold more water hence the need to better understand with heading coordinating over the radio to know engineers at the back of the jet ready. A piece of data collecting equipment called a drops out the packing tape on there. The Drop Zone Jeff. Hart burgers hand is about the size and shape of to soda cans stacked on top of each other. He loads it into a shoot near the back of the jet. Careful not to touch the exposed sensors on its top and other engineer Stephen. Paul readies released switch. Paul flips a switch valve on the bottom of the plane opens sucking the sensor out and ripping open a parachute. The sensor will fall for more than fifteen minutes through the Atmospheric River below beaming back data. Along the way data that will be used to improve weather forecasts immediately and data that will help. Scientists better understand atmospheric rivers into the future eighth UNWRAP NPR

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Against All Odds: Lone Survivor

Your Brain on Facts

06:56 min | 3 months ago

Against All Odds: Lone Survivor

"We're all going through some degree of hardship right now but most of us have family or friends in person via technology to help us through in that respect alone. We're doing a lot better than the subjects of today's episode. Take for instance Ricky McGee in two thousand and six when he stumbled in front of a pickup truck of two Australian Ranch Workers Jack Larussa the local parlance. He's deeply sun-scorched. Skin hung off skeleton. They weren't even sure they were looking at a man and not some demon of the northern outback. Things had been considerably better for McGee. Ten weeks earlier the thirty five year old was hale and hearty and had just landed a new job driving along a baron. North Australia highway. He spotted a group of stranded travelers in their vehicle on the side of the road knowing it could be a long time before anyone else came by. He let some of the men get into his car to drop them at the next town. That was the last thing he could clearly remember. He came to in the middle of the desert stripped naked and barefoot under the harsh Sun which bonus fact bombards Australia with more UV rays and other continents because of the whole meal zone layer. Mcgee had nothing not even a notion of which way to go waiting for help to find him seemed fruitless so he began to walk each morning. He told himself today was the day today. He would see a house or town. At least erode he could follow each day ended the same as the day before there was one ameliorating factor in his situation. The rainy season had just ended and there was water to be found. He found a decent size waterhole and began to try to make shelter one week had ticked by before food in the form of a lizard crossed. Mcgee's path he was able to catch and kill it with his bare hands. Laying the meat out in the sun to dry McGee's diet was made up of anything that walked crawled or slithered past him lizards snakes grasshoppers bugs and even leeches after his ordeal. Mcgee said that the Leeches weren't bad but you had to eat them quickly otherwise they'd attached to the inside of your mouth. He also eight any plant that passed a taste test which is not strictly speaking the best way to find non poisonous plants but he got lucky. His Diet was diverse. But not plentiful calories were thin on the ground no pun intended dingoes have begun prowling around trying to decide if he was meet yet starving weakening and beginning to despair mcghie fashioned across for the top of his shelter. It seemed likely that the shelter would become his casket but he managed to stay alive when he'd been carjacked. Mcgee weighed two hundred thirty three pounds or about one hundred and five kilograms when the jackaroo found him he only weighed a hundred pounds or forty five kilograms but he was alive. He managed to keep himself going alone in the desert for seventy one days in what his rescuers described as one of the most isolated places in Australia. Mcgee was flown to the Royal Darwin Hospital where medical staff described as a but well hydrated a credit to his decision to stay at the waterhole police and the media were initially suspicious of McGee's story assuming that his previous minor drug offence must have meant he'd been up to dirty deals with dirty dealers and that's how he ended up stranded. His stolen car never turned up. Which would have helped his story. Mcgee even offered to eat a frog on live. Tv BUT THANKFULLY BUSH. Survival experts weighed in that his story was plausible. So no more frogs for Ricky. Mcgee water kept Ricky McGee alive but it was nearly the death of Jose Alvarenga a man who would probably rather not hold the record for the longest time spent adrift at Sea alone in November. Twenty Fifteen Alvarenga. And please forgive me. If at some point ISLIP and say Alvarez it's almost guaranteed to happen was getting his gear together for a thirty hour deep sea fishing trip off the coast of Costa Zule Mexico. His quarry were sharks. Marlins and sailfish expensive fish. That would hopefully give him an edge over his competition. The trip didn't get off to a promising. Start WHEN ALVAREZ. Usual partner backed out at the last minute and he took on a less experienced. Fishermen named Ezekiel Cordova that he'd never even spoken to before that day but he figured it was a short trip so everything would be OK on. November seventeenth the pair. Sit Out on a twenty four foot fiberglass. Gif small was boats go with fishing gear a radio an enormous cooler. That would soon be almost overloaded with fish just a few hours into their journey though a storm world and it stayed for five days. They had to dump their catch to lighten the boat. So it'd be more maneuverable. Alvarenga tried to steer the boat back to shore but he couldn't see where the shore was in the pounding rain and the little ship didn't have. Gps when the storm finally cleared the men found that the motor was gone as was most of the fishing here and the electronics were all badly damaged unlike the passengers of the SS minnow. Who took all of their belongings on a three hour cruise Alvarenga and Cordova had only a day's worth of food and water. There was enough charge in the backup battery of the two way radio for Ranga to get a mayday message out. But he couldn't tell us potential rescuers where he was because he simply didn't know what part of the seemingly endless Pacific Ocean they were in the search teams had tried to look for them but the rain had made it impossible. There was no way to know how long they would be out there. So the men turned to the sea for survival. Alvarenga was able to catch fish turtles and seabirds with his bare hands. Though Cordova was basically useless. In those efforts the turtles were lucky. Catch their meat is actually rich in vitamin C. Which prevented the men from developing scurvy? They collected rainwater when there was rain to collect but otherwise had to hydrate themselves with a mixture of turtle blood and urine there. You're in the sun rose and set dozens of times but the flat horizon of the ocean remained. Unbroken

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

Snap Judgment

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

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

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

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

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

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

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

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Canoe plants can feed the modern world

UN News

02:20 min | 3 months ago

Canoe plants can feed the modern world

"This is Connor Lennon from UN news. The cultivation of traditional but now largely overlooked foodstuffs could help to sustain populations in the modern world according to a research technician at the breadfruit institute at Hawaii's National Tropical Botanical Garden the Stockbridge breadfruit which tastes similar to potato one of around twenty seven so called canoe plants that were brought by boats to the Hawaii archipelago in the Pacific Ocean by early Polynesian Settlers. Who arrived by sea centuries ago in modern times? It is four now to favor as a staple dish despite its nutritious versatile nature but now the breadfruit institute promoting it as a response to critical global food security issues especially for Developing Island States Donald Dickinson met research technician and Pharma No Dickinson. Who is no relation under a breadfruit tree at the National Tropical Botanical Gardens on the audit of Kawhi and began by asking him to describe what the plant looks like? Just a quick and dirty description. I believe would be easiest to Equated to a soccer ball with smaller segments and then imagine the soccer ball is green and much more textured and quite delicious and starchy. That's a breadfruit who eat suits. And how do they eat it? It's a fruit that grows on a tree. It's actually a a female flower. The tree itself sets both female and male flowers. You eat the female flowers. Which are the fruit here in Hawaii locals? Eat it not as prevalent as other island states or island nations of the Pacific because it was never a staple starch traditionally for Hawaiian people. But it was one of their canoe plants. So what do you mean by canoe plant so canoe? Plants are set of about twenty seven plants that were brought by voyaging people that were looking to settle islands so as the people of the Pacific became the people of this Pacific migrated out of Southeast Asia. They brought with them a set of utility plants for house building for Canoe building for Weaving for food. Obviously and so there are multitude of plants. Like Bradford that are multi use so for wood and food and the leaves and medicinal purposes as well?

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Supreme Court rejects EPA's narrow view of Clean Water Act

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Supreme Court rejects EPA's narrow view of Clean Water Act

"The Supreme Court ruled by a six to three vote that the discharge of polluted water into the ground rather than directly into nearby waterways does not relieve sewage plants and other industries former environmental requirements under the clean water act the decision came in a case from Hawaii about whether a sewage treatment plant needs a federal permit dissent wastewater deep underground instead of discharging it directly into the Pacific Ocean studies found the waste water reaches the ocean anyway and damaged a coral reef near Maui beach David Hankin a lawyer for Earthjustice who argued the case in the High Court said this is unquestionably a win for people who are concerned about protecting clean water in the United States Jennifer king Washington

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Supreme Court rejects EPA's narrow view of Clean Water Act

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Supreme Court rejects EPA's narrow view of Clean Water Act

"The Supreme Court ruled by a six to three vote that the discharge of polluted water into the ground rather than directly into nearby waterways does not relieve sewage plants and other industries former environmental requirements under the clean water act the decision came in a case from Hawaii about whether a sewage treatment plant needs a federal permit dissent wastewater deep underground instead of discharging it directly into the Pacific Ocean studies found the waste water reaches the ocean anyway and damaged a coral reef near Maui beach David Hankin a lawyer for Earthjustice who argued the case in the High Court said this is unquestionably a win for people who are concerned about protecting clean water in the United States Jennifer king Washington

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What's the First Nation with Totally Dark Skies?

BrainStuff

02:32 min | 4 months ago

What's the First Nation with Totally Dark Skies?

"A US based nonprofit organization with the mission of preserving dark skies and cutting down on light pollution there are about one hundred thirty certified dark sky parks preserves and communities around the world from Death Valley National Park to the Namibian Nature Reserve in Namibia to the tone of Flagstaff Arizona. But neely is the first and so far only entire nation to receive this prize seal of approval from the Association. The recognition has made a celebrity of the one hundred Square Mile Island. That's about two hundred sixty square kilometers with a population of one thousand six hundred which is located roughly fifteen hundred miles or twenty four hundred kilometers from New Zealand in the middle of the South Pacific. Ocean NEELA is a self governing state but it maintains a free says Houston with New Zealand which represents its tiny neighbour in many international affairs sheer remoteness alone contributes heavily to the islands dark environment but according to the international dark sky associations requirements the villages commit to using artificial lighting that leaves the night. Sky unspoiled unveiling the Milky Way. The ANDROMEDA Constellation and other brilliant starry objects in their full glory that meant retrofitting or placing street lights and lights in private residences and businesses culturally. The dark designation will help protect part of the island's heritage for centuries people have used the stars and lunar cycles for navigation on the seas neely is

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Fish swim away from warming waters

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Fish swim away from warming waters

"As ocean temperatures rise. Many fish species are shifting their ranges and moving to cooler waters that means fishing fleets often have to travel farther to catch them which takes time and money so in areas like the Pacific Ocean where it's just like so vast that you need to actually have the capacity the gasoline the crew. The timing actually. Follow the fish around. It's becoming a massive issue. Rachel Greg is a senior scientist at the nonprofit ego. Adapt she says. Some companies are using climate data to make their expeditions. More efficient. A lot of it is based on trying to get more fine scaled research around specific species. And how they are moving where they are likely to go so that you can actually start to predict and time your operations a little bit better but many companies especially smaller ones are making more drastic changes. Greg says summer fishing for different species or taking a new approach like moving onto aquaculture or fish. Hatchery is trying to actually farm these species instead. Greg says climate change is bringing new challenges but fishermen are used to adjusting as conditions shift people who undertake fishing for a living already have adaptation in their blood.

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Pastry, Politics, and Pivots

Radio Cherry Bombe

09:06 min | 5 months ago

Pastry, Politics, and Pivots

"Seven years ago about this time I was in Fort Lauderdale Florida. I didn't live there but I was given a one way ticket and I flew into the city. I didn't know a single soul but I knew I would touch the lives of thousands. By the time I left in five days so what was going on seven years ago around this time. Barack Obama and Joe Biden were running for reelection and I was part of their advanced team that carried out their events across America. Pretty cool job right. How did I even get it? Well much like the food industry. The world of politics is a small one and I got my connection from my first job out of college working for Nancy Pelosi doing her first speakership in the US House of Representatives. Now I'm not a political junkie. I never was never will be. So why did I take a job so central to it all for the next four years my office would be in the capital and my office view of The Washington Monument? That on so why this damn working for the first female speaker of the House was going to be interesting. Here was a woman in a position with no precedent and now she was second in line to become president in a world built by men founded by men. What was she going to do? How was she going to act? All eyes were on her scrutinizing every move and for me as a young female professional in my early twenties observing. How she embraced. This role was going to change my life and my outlook of women in power across all industries. So what was it like working for Nancy? Pelosi Meryl Streep Playing Anna Wintour in the devil wears Prada's a fairly accurate description of my typical workday. There was energy in the office when she got to work. The kind that made you put your shoes back on your suit jacket so you look presentable. At all times. She was a tough loss with us. Her staff and the two hundred thirty three Democratic members that she represented in Congress. You left every meeting with her feeling like you weren't doing enough. She had goals and she knew how to carry them out. She made decisions with such force and directness that you did not question the outcome and these decisions were big like providing all Americans with healthcare and reviving that American banking system. Pelosi wasn't power and neither we or she doubt that. But in this position making monumental decisions is one thing getting others onboard to make them reality is another and the longer I worked for her the more. I noticed what she did to make that happen. No detail too. Small gop pastor because every detail was important where someone sat at a meeting who was included in a phone call even the order in which someone was introduced at an event and every choice. She made no matter how small was the right one and it was genius. She recognized that it was the details that counted for each person. It was her secret she could make. People feel counted recognized human. It was hospitality. She could remember the details of people's lives the names of spouses children grandchildren enquiring about your health. And following up on it she would write handwritten. Thank yous and well wishes for important events. She lended a human touch to the role of speaker. And I am telling you that is how she has gained the loyalty of those that she leads. How did she become speaker of the House again? It's not because of tactical skill. It's because she's found ways to connect with you as a person my four years working for her help me see what women are capable of at the highest levels of leadership and pressure and that one of the most important qualities that we have more so than our counterparts is that we are better at nurturing relationships and it is a quality that we should embrace in our leadership roles as for me. I didn't have to tap into this just yet in my professional life because things were about to change. How did I pivoted from politics to pastry? It wasn't so much pivot as it was the ground shifting below me as a result of the two thousand eleven elections. The Democrats lost power of the House. Speaker Pelosi lost her post and I lost my job and remember when I said I wasn't a political junkie. Losing my job. Was the universe telling me to stop living someone else's dream that I had other interests and now the curtain was lifted. It was nudging me towards something that I was a junkie about food. Baking had always been a hobby for sure but it was hardly the source of my career. Change it was the wider world of food that drew me in and being curious about food was my hobby. Was there an article about a farmer who is growing apple varieties from the days of George Washington? Was there a documentary about how Vitnamese I started making fish sauce? I watched it and was there a recipe calling for fresh coconut mill. You better be sure. I went out bought a coconut and smash it on my kitchen floor with a hammer. So during this period of unemployment I realized I needed to take this eagerness to learn about food and turn it into something tangible and so I thought might as well make it my job and there was. I was twenty nine years old when I made the switch. Twenty nine years old is when a cook has been cooking in a kitchen for ten years and becomes an executive chef. I was old and new at the same time and I knew I needed a fast track my career so my strategy was twofold to work in the best restaurants in the world and travel and in a span of five years. That's what I did from Chicago to New York across the Pacific Ocean to Asia in Australia. I did not stop I went to school. I stashed I worked. I worked for free. I worked in countries that I legally wasn't allowed to. I sacrificed my my finances and my family and poured my heart and soul into experiences that I opened myself up to because there is nothing more I wanted to do. This was it then. I became a chef. I was a cook became a chef. But really that's just title but it is a title that screams a responsibility to lead. And now I thought how do I want to lead? What kind of leader do I want to be? I'm a woman an ethnic minority of an immigrant family entering late into an industry dominated by men. How many predecessors do I have to look up to not enough? That's for sure but I had to remember. I had the ultimate example to look back on speaker. Pelosi did not see herself. As the first woman in a man's job she simply saw herself as the best person with the skills intellect and humanity for the job and this is what enabled her to be speaker as she saw fit without second guessing herself in regards to her gender and she has become one of the most effective speakers in recent history because of that Donald. Trump will see that for himself soon. Enough I am Sherwood. It and the key to her longevity leadership recognizing the little details that make up our humanity to cultivate loyalty. That is her strength. And that is how I want to lead. Coincidentally we as an industry are in a period of time where we are re evaluating how we treat people gun should be the days of physical verbal mental abuse treating people as they weren't people at all. We can still demand perfection and excellence. But how do we do it in a more dignified way? There's no easy and is going to take a long time for us to change our culture but I do believe women are the ones with an sinks to shape it into something better. How just like my old boss? Look for the details finding humanity and lead with it.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"For climate change a phenomenon known as the blob is impacting the Pacific Ocean there's more from CBS news correspondent Jonathan vaguely RD the creatures at the San Diego rescue center are getting a second chance at life she has had severe pneumonia sea world's Jody Westberg expects to release the sea lions early next year and these reading what could happen next the animals that are the most heart wrenching for us to rescue are the animals that the only reason we're rescuing them is because of something caused by human impact they could soon be victims of the blow up a science fiction sounding term for ocean heat waves made worse by climate change and responsible for toxic algae blooms that kill plankton a key food source for marine life there are a vital habitat exactly take here exactly we're seeing more warming and it's becoming more frequent oceanographer Melissa Carter measures of water temperatures and algae levels she's concerned that the massive blob that formed in the Pacific in two thousand fifteen is now reforming they say that again this persistent warm water a side by side comparison of Pacific temperatures then and now so striking similarities some areas twelve degrees above normal and another blob could decimate the shellfish industry as he did in two thousand fifteen while the fish at Seattle's pike place market are considered safe for now this Washington state lab is conducting regular tests by blending them and measuring for toxins the risk is elevated the conditions are more favorable for talks to give this to happen there is an increased risk the ocean is critical it's the most critical piece of giving us a moderate climate on earth but once again in the Pacific what was moderate is now extreme leaving these animals an uncertain future it must be frustrating you do all this work to restore her health but then she's returning to an ocean whose house you have no control over it is there really letting us know what's going on with the ocean south what's impacting them is eventually going to impact us John the degree on the CBS news San Diego coupled up Jamie's time three fifty three the Supreme Court taking up women's handbags at issue is knock off fasteners and who has to pay the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a trademark infringement case involving a retail store that sells handbags and a manufacturer of magnetic fasteners the manufacturer discover that a number of handbags made with counterfeit fasteners we're being sold in the market the infringement of the trade mark is not the issue here but rather what is the remedy a damage award where the actual profits that were unjustly game that CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum Boston auction house now offering up a private collection of John F. Kennedy memorabilia CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter the collection chronicles the thirty fifth president's life from childhood to the White House the hundreds of items are expected to go for at least one and a half million dollars but an auction official says it could get much more Ronnie pelo Jr who spent years accumulating the items including a hand written draft of Kennedy's nineteen sixty speech announcing his candidacy says the collection shows his intelligence compassion and sense of humor Pam Coulter CBS news.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:52 min | 7 months ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on WTVN

"Near the Pacific Ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world I'm George nori and welcome to coast to coast AM back in Los Angeles and thanks for the tons of Christmas greetings I had on my desk when I got back wow still going through later tonight spiritual dialogues and congratulations to Louisiana state Elihu national football champs defeating Clemson forty two to twenty five years what's happening state department officials involved in U. S. embassy security were not made aware of the imminent threats to for specific U. S. embassies further undermining president Donald trump's claims that the top Iranian general he ordered killed earlier this month posed an imminent threat to the diplomatic outposts without knowledge of any threats the state department did not issue warnings about specific dangers to any U. S. embassy before the administration targeted solidbody Iran's second most powerful official hello democratic led US house of representatives is expected to formally said impeachment charges against president Donald Trump to the Senate this week let's check in with doctor John Curtis online columnist dot com well John here we go what do you think well I I think it's going to be a little bit anti climactic for people I think you're really looking for it you know at one of these super trials the of the kind of zoo where they're going to be putting witnesses on and you're gonna get all that drama but Mitch McConnell's committed to not saying that happened you know Lawrence tribe the Harvard liberal walk for faster urged hello she she he was the one that urged her to hold the impeachment articles backed until she essentially you know strong armed Mitch McConnell into getting concessions in a completely backfire because he is actually said to close his like what you're you're speaker of the house not the Majority Leader in the Senate we're not let you come in here and change the rules or influence what we do and you know but McConnell's been kind of tongue in cheek about the whole thing saying that you know that the house case against trump is flat is used the word slapdash which is a read and you know judge that without any merit or at all I think if they could George they would both die and I did Lindsey Graham backs this is just basically cancel wall thing saying that the that the impeachment articles are completely do illegitimate they're not related to any crime or high climbing envisioned in the wildest imagination of the founding fathers so the Republicans they don't care what evidence you know the the New York times comes up with that a new report about this person knew this and this person knew that they don't care about any of that because they don't believe that trump was not within his rights to inquire about any but he did he felt like including Joe Biden but the factually case suggests he was more interested in hunter Biden who is not running for any elected office so I I think the it's going to be a very fast while I'm not even sure that dole out maybe they'll allow opening statements on both sides and then I think McConnell moved very quickly to for a a Senate vote on this and trump is recorded I think that's how it's gonna go could be wrapped up within a week Daria okay John thank you John Curtis online columnist dot com already millions of people take daily Staten pills to cut their cholesterol but later this year a ground breaking large scale clinical trial will offer patients a new form of medicine gene silencing in an injection L. secretary met him Cox's the initiative could save thirty thousand lives during the next decade now by silencing a certain gene the drug can make the liver absorb more bad cholesterol from the blood and break it down this is going to be intriguing to be sure about this given the option would you avoid the gym altogether and simply pop a pill or drink a supplement that brings about the same intense workout and that same it might be a sounds far fetched but the idea of lounging around all day still enjoying the health benefits of an intense workout may soon be possible now walls many are still saying details are being worked out researchers at the university of Michigan say the naturally occurring proteins Susteren appears to mimic the effects of exercise on both flies and mice and experimental trials these findings could have far reaching implications across the fitness medical and scientific fields and for instance Susteren could conceivably help individuals unable to work out to the old age or health problems and still main Jane their muscle mass interesting top secret UFO files could gravely danger U. S. national security says the navy they won't say much about it but they're talking about that tic tacs story from two thousand four we'll keep watching that speaking of watching things in the skies let's check in with Stephen Kate's doctor Scott hi Steven hello George as we move through and moved into mid January we begin of course with astronomy enjoys only think of asteroids we know from basic elementary astronomy that most life of course within the orbits of between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter but a little lesson the distinct asteroid groups are actually known as a Moore's Apollo's options main belt asteroids and those very very unique one's called near earth asteroids but now George a new type of asteroid is actually been discovered one that actually orbits within the orbit of the planet Venus and this is an amazing discovery coming here as we talk about twenty twenty on January fourth this asteroid known as twenty twenty eighty two was discovered by a rather sophisticated telescopes that people can go online and actually try to search the skies lose an interesting done by an amateur astronomer no no national it is been known to orbit within the orbit of Venus and a smaller group of asteroids there's also another group that ordered with inside the earth's orbit and these are called as terrorists asteroids was strong numbers conveniently make calls this new group of Venus asteroids the terrorists were they get that from a combination of the letter V. from Venus and the tears that were within the earth isn't it amazing towards space is obviously more crowded than we thought especially with asteroids moving quickly on the space talking about starling satellites and other bright spacecraft that people can see in the dates I get this question but many of them that of course email may I suggest go to heavens above dot com put in your city and state and it's amazing what you'll be able to say but George wrapping it up with the live sky the moon now waning of eighteen days past knew about that great full wolf moon over the weekends gorge accident superstar the mood is now at its closest to the earth for the month we call disparaging last quarter on the seventeenth and finally when we talk about planets both the moon and more stir which will be very close during the early morning hours of twenty and I mention mortars because in twenty twenty towards this planet is gonna start circling back close to the earth in October of this year will be talking about well one of the closest approaches in some time and finally wrapping it up Venus and Neptune will come so close how close within one twelfth of a degree on the evening of the twenty seventh this is a bright object in the sky in the southwest after sunset you'll need a telescope to see if it'll fit within the same field of.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Waters of the Pacific Ocean from mid October through early December being offloaded in San Diego today the Coast Guard estimates that the drugs are worth three hundred twelve million dollars on the streets partly cloudy this afternoon highs in the mid sixties tomorrow sunshine highs in the upper sixties all housing game rooms and outdoors serving San Diego since nineteen seventy to providing the best in indoor and outdoor games and furniture all house and off highway one sixty three in Kearny mesa visit all housing G. O. dot com I'm Randy **** for the answer San Diego I came here and the injury case show heard weekdays at six PM you're looking for intelligent and conservative answers you can find them right here on the answers CDL if you live in north county you can hear those answers on FM ninety six point one is still on eleven seventy one in San Diego that means you get Prager Gorka elder horned Martin and meet and greet K. at the ninety six point one in north county name a Levin seventy CDL we are the answers CDL second is outraged after more anti semitism from Congress for full say the word calming and the Holocaust is not a good thing to be doing is they do close you can let this go again this will be no repercussions for this again it's a secular life afternoons and five all the answers this is America first with doctor Sebastian gore can north time we're not going to let the insanity allow us to forget what we celebrate this yuletide season the coming of.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Inoculated against the pandemic against the virus but it's what gives rise to a rival of anti Christ let's go to final call storm east of the Rockies AC in Cleveland Hey AC go ahead yes early believe well you're in his vision that you had you said that this asteroid hit the Pacific Ocean is that correct that's how I perceive didn't therefore that's what I think is true so your vision you claim this asteroid hit the Pacific Ocean correct that's what I believe okay well in in chapter eight of revelation there's only two verses that actually deal with warm wit and it clearly says in revelation eight ten that it fell upon the third part of the river well that's right so imagine though if an asteroid impacts the ocean and it is up sub up such a substantial flies five fall and it's burning as it enters into the ocean it is boiling literally those waters which then are aerated they rise up into the atmosphere they are spread by the upper atmosphere and they will rain down into the rivers waters possible waters and that's all the contamination occurs by the way I'm glad I'm glad you brought this up because they're stupid I asked my yeah very.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Are inoculated against the pandemic against the virus but it's what gives rise to a rival of anti Christ let's go to final call storm east of the Rockies AC in Cleveland Hey AC go ahead yes currently believe well you're in his vision that you had you said that this asteroid hit the Pacific Ocean is that correct that's how I perceive them therefore that's what I think is true so in your vision you claim this asteroid hit the Pacific Ocean correct that's what I believe okay well in in chapter eight of revelation there's only two verses that actually deal with warm wood and it clearly says in revelation eight ten that it fell upon the third part of the rivers well that's right so imagine though if an asteroid impacts the ocean and it is up sub of such a substantial flies five fall and it's burning as it enters into the ocean it is boiling literally those waters which them are aerated they rise up into the atmosphere they are spread by the upper atmosphere and they will rain down into the rivers waters possible waters and that's how the consolidation occurs by the way I'm glad take up that you brought this up because they're stupid I asked my yeah very astute and I asked my friend.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on KTOK

"Our inoculated against the pandemic against the virus but it's what gives rise to a rival of anti Christ let's go to the final call storm east of the Rockies AC in Cleveland Hey AC go ahead yes turning believe well you're in his vision that you had you said that this asteroid hit the Pacific Ocean is that correct that's how I perceived it and therefore that's what I think is true so in your vision you claim this asteroid hit the Pacific Ocean correct that's what I believe okay well in in chapter eight of revelation there's only two verses that actually deal with warm wood and it clearly says in revelation eight ten that it fell upon the third part of the rivers well that's right so imagine though if an asteroid impact the ocean and it is up sub of such a substantial flies five fall and it's burning as it enters into the ocean it is boiling literally those waters which then are aerated they rise up into the atmosphere they are spread by the upper atmosphere and they will rain down into the rivers waters possible waters and that's how the consolidation occurs by the way I'm glad I'm glad you brought this up because they're stupid I asked my yeah very astute and I asked my friend.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He began at the Pacific Ocean in may a hundred seven days later he arrived at the Atlantic Ocean revere beach I'm feeling great I mean to say this has been like the most amazing trip it was a personal challenge but the cause was much much bigger that I've met lots of people on the right who were cancer survivors or cancer fighters everyone's been touched my wife's a survivor both of my brothers are survivors Dan has written the pan mass challenge to day bike it's on twelve times to raise money for Dana Farber Cancer Institute this year he changed it up in a big way a coast to coast bike trip to raise even more money now Dan who's in his mid sixties by the way very close apparently to raising his goal of twenty thousand dollars for dog lovers this one's for you brand new study shows owning a pup can do a world of good when it comes to your health this study published by the Mayo Clinic found that people who own pets but especially dogs are more likely to have better heart health one of the authors of the study says dogs make us go out more often at least once or twice a day if not more and the forces to be active the CDC says dog ownership increases the well being of an individual that helps improve people's physical activity mood social life and diet the study build on other evidence that shows dog owners are less likely to be depressed sharing their emotions they laugh and cry together so now you know your heart's best friend audience ABC news we often hear sadly about missing dogs or cats but here's one we don't get in the news room while frequently at least apparently there's a python it's been on the run or slugger I guess you could say since Tuesday Newton an eight foot Burmese python name lighting escape from its home in Newton Tuesday evening the owner let the pet snake rolled in the backyard while he and his son swim in the pool the stake managed to slow their its way under the fence and hasn't been seen since after spending hours looking for their pet the owner contacted Newton police and gave them the description of the yellow and brown skilled sneak residents.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Near the Pacific Ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world I'm George story walk to the coast to coast AM later on tonight she tannic rituals and here's what's happening well it's no secret that regularly eating fast food probably isn't the best dietary decision in the world but now a new study out of Australia shows a connection between the number of fast food restaurants in the town or city and the number of people who suffer from heart attacks the findings recently presented at the annual scientific meeting of the cardiac society of Australia and New Zealand state that areas containing a higher number of fast food restaurants report higher rates of heart attacks according to the researchers for each additional fast food restaurant open the the New South Wales area there were four more heart attacks reported per one thousand people annually just the put that news away and just remember it president Donald Trump has backed off his September first deadline for ten percent terror of sun remaining that Chinese imports the lane duties on cell phones laptops and other consumer goods in hopes of blunting their impact on U. S. holiday sales president trump also said he's learned the Chinese government ascended and military to the Hong Kong border amid mounting clashes between riot police and Poljud pro democracy protesters for more than two months Hong Kong has seen mass protests urging democratic reforms and an investigation into police conduct Dr John Curtis online columnist dot com with us John I've never heard of this kind of situation under Chinese rule what's happening well yeah you know George I mean over a hundred years so I mean that in our region of China no no it's all wrong calling Cologne my pal they've been it's a Cantonese develop but they've been under British rule and is central you know the battle of western freedoms internet banking and you know finance hub for Asia for you know over a hundred years the problem with that the card when the lease ran out back in June thirtieth nineteen ninety seven and the Chinese government yeah which communist the mainland government promised that they would have a one country two systems and that they would the back at the hand of Beijing and make the communist revolution that you know just up you know think she will highly of you know the kind of capitalist ways that have gone on a Hong Kong that they would back off and let the Hong Kong your residents live independently well I mean I the current executive it minutes straight of Han Kong years a Beijing pop that it's in their name is Carrie lam and back in June she you know proposed a was ready to pass a bill that would actually died lawbreakers to the mainland for prosecution that prompted these riots in the streets they have been going on for two months now they're shutting down the airport and this is International Airport I can tell you that if this they they and T. four or some other you know anarchist group was taking over alley acts I can guarantee you that the army the National Guard everybody else would be in there to crackdown storm German strictly would storm that they would not let this happen for a minute so the the idea of that Rick Scott you know the I guess you senator now from from Florida it's got the senators heated governor I I anyway E. L. Republican basically said that we stand with the the protesters the pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong and that if the Chinese government cracks down on that the U. S. much to do something about it well who was he kidding the US is going to go in with the the U. S. army to fight the the the Chinese communists right now and start a World War three because of a what is called a pro democracy movement over there it's not really a pro democracy movement at all that I was looking to interview by the head of the movement his name is Josh will want and basically what he's asking for is for Carrie lam to resign and he wants assurances that Beijing is not going to interfere with the life of people in Hong Kong is not really that concerned about democracy but the way it's been turned on its head in the today's Krause and in this political map this is going on is that over the the proper support again never fascist regime in China and the you know the the poor pro Joe democracy demonstrators are gonna turn into a number of Tiananmen Square we don't watch out so I think this is going to die down I think it will not result in anything more than these skirmishes right now but I think if this were to happen in any other International Airport on the planet it would have been shut down absolutely the Chinese have shown a very strange restrained by the way Rick Scott is the current senator of Florida he was the former governor archaeologists have uncovered evidence of the bloody Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in the sixth century BC experts digging in an excavation site at Jerusalem's Mount Zion run by the university of North Carolina found layers of ash in the air heads as well as lamps a gold and silver tassel or hearing and pieces of ceramics from the Iron Age great discovery arguing with an umpire might be a thing of the past take it up with the computer on fire who's never been wrong they say the introduction of computer aided refereeing in professional sports has been a mixed bag to say the least but the hope of inching ever closer to ensuring the right call is made seems like are you result worth working toward they say of course each sport has its own share of subjectivity but perhaps no mechanic is more overtly scrutinize than the strike zone in baseball the interpretation of this floating rectangle has been the source of countless arguments and ejections over the years but now Major League Baseball is considering shifting the enforcement of it away from human umpires to track man or read our baseball tracking system you talk about artificial intelligence Warren Weinstein with us our expert this is unheard of for her and what would be big baseball be if you don't have the the manager going up to the face of the umpire kicking some dirt argument there this is a very interesting application of technology it is very early on and everybody who's working with it is is trying to learn how it works and decide how how what if it'll be applicable but it is being installed in a in a lot of stadiums for these kinds of tests and as you said it's only it's only focusing on the strike so right that right there right at the whole place and and it's not like a robot choir it's not like you know Robby the robot spending their mobile that is the strike you know it's it's not gonna be like that in fact the there is a a radar based system and it's watching the ball and it's it's watching the that the player and it sent them permission to a through through a computerized system that analyzes it and place it on the screen to an operator up in a booth somewhere and that operator actually gives the system the termination ball or strike to the umpire whose actually standing there the human player who has a new phone who's listening and and then he takes that information and he can in some situations alter it like a football bounced if if there was a situation that the system couldn't couldn't interpret really experimental right now and you would think the the umpires would not be happy about the the umpires union this would not be happy about this in fact what you find when you when you look at the interviews is that the the the umpires are kind of think it could be useful for them as a tool because they don't want to be blamed for calls that they think we're right and someone thought for a different angle in authors tools it'll help the players think it might help also so everybody's thinking of a the I think a very healthy let's let's see what it does it may be somewhere down the line it will be ample time like come players warned yeah what I think the human touch is really important because you got the right one Weinstein our expert on the internet and technology Russia's space agency has released the footage of its human like android which will board the international space station next week nickname for the door which stands for final experimental demonstration research the machine has been undergoing a battery of stress tests dubbed Putin's robo not the machine can be seen determining targets and honing in on specific points before goes up there in a moment a couple scientists from JPL Propulsion Laboratory join us first Michael Warner as we talk about more things in heaven their block how infrared astronomy is expanding our view of the universe we've.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Research on the little ice age hundreds of years ago. She didn't do the research of years ago, but she read about the research that was done hundred years ago, and they found that this little ice age as it's called brought colder than average temperatures around the seventeenth century. So what you're saying? Well, here's the interesting thing is that global cooling. Yeah. That's a basic level warming. A lot of people to say a lot of experts say that's what we're we're heading into think it's cyclical I do too. But you know, you're not going to you. And I are just deniers and you can't get proponents of global warming to deny their part of the banana. They found that just now after this little ice age hundreds of years ago. The bottom of the Pacific Ocean is getting colder. While the surface of the ocean. Temperatures are rising. So it took this long. Well, the Pacific Ocean is deep but still. Happened by now, you would think so I guess probably what the argument is. And it doesn't get into the specifics here. But I guess you could say, well, you know, most of the time the temperatures have been more consistent. Now, it's always going to be a little warmer near the so surface, but not far not far down. It gets darn cold. If you've ever gone diving in the ocean scuba diving or even just snorkeling you go down far enough. It doesn't take very long to get deep enough to where the water has gotten cold significantly cold. But now they're saying because of global warming, it's it's all separating into layers. So how long is it gonna take for global warming to affect the bottom of the Pacific Ocean? I don't know, but I'm sixty seven..

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Security for Michigan-based auto parts operation. He was a marine with a checkered past off to to toys in Iraq. He was discharged philosophy self-professed. Russia. Fall wheelin was active on Russian. Social media spy scandals have long been part of the theater of US. Russia relations this arrests comes just two weeks after the guilty. Plea of confessed Russian agent Maria Bettina who admitted to infiltrating Republican political circles to influence US Russia relations ABC's James Longman, President Trump invited top congressional leaders of both parties to the White House Wednesday afternoon. Trying to figure out how to end the partial government shutdown now in its twelfth day. Fire aboard the serenity ace car hauling cargo ship two thousand miles north west of Hawaii and the Pacific Ocean alerted by the coast reporting system, nearby vessels rescued sixteen crew members. Petty officer third class, Matthew west in remote areas, like the Pacific Ocean. In this case it allowed us a search and rescue coordinators to reach out to civilian vessels. That might be in the area to help respond quickly to emergencies. Free crew members apparently died two or unaccounted for the mega millions lottery reports one winning ticket. We'll take the four hundred twenty five million dollars jackpot in Tuesday night's drawing that ticket purchased in New York state in Perth, Australia, Roger Federer, Juan bragging rights over. Serena Williams spearheading Switzerland's victory over the US in mixed doubles in the Hofmann Cup tournament. It's the first time the two of faced each other on court in a good natured interview after the match people talk about.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on Counting Countries

Counting Countries

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on Counting Countries

"And the then I cross the Pacific Ocean on a cargo ship, and that was very difficult as well. Because people think it's a cargo ships is free a get on. It's not that easy. You have to give so many papers on you have I signed the paper saying I allow people to search my bodily cavities as cetera. Anyway, when I cross the America, he came to Mexico to his it me. And then I cross. The Atlantic Ocean with cruise ship Annan he came to Barscelona pick me up and from Barcelona. He took me to Italy. The next day he introduced me to his mother. So it was just also fast on Indiana said he had never been to Turkey. Why don't I come with you to Turkey sailing? We hit the friend of his who was going to take you. So we went back to together as. Okay. So. I'm hearing you really found a romance and love on the second trip in a pretty amazing story Golan show you and Carl made it to Turkey. He got to go there. I first time. And I know there's some major transitions after that. So give a brief overview of how you ended up in Italy. But if over you actually found out that we were pregnant when we were in Southie. And then of course, not it's difficult to get to Italy. So we ended up in Las Vegas getting married on than I set Olympic. Settled into Italy Saudi I in says to Italy. Okay. So in short sounds like that's another book in the waiting. To say the least. So now in Italy with the family, congratulations. That's great. You what give me a quick rundown?.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Right now is eight twenty four it's Valentine in the morning. It was not a miracle. The Hudson member that one with the plane crashed in the Hudson river, solely this was so much like it though this morning, what could have been a disaster in the western Pacific Ocean. Instead ended as a miracle a miracle on the western Pacific. Ocean doesn't have the same ring a Boeing seven thirty-seven aircraft carrying forty seven people crash landed into the sea off a small remote island in Micronesia after the pilot Mr. runway while trying to land thirty five passengers twelve crew members aboard the flight all manage to escape. The US navy happen to be working nearby and helped in the rescue by using an inflatable boats shuttle, people shore, it also folks from the island, I guess came out and their rowboats, and they're they're fishing most everything immediately towards his jet, and it's a massive Jeter sitting there in the ocean, eventually, sinks, they came out towards the jet that had just crash landed. To assist who runs towards a jet. That crashes. These guys and women out in the roads to help. There are now signs posted at LAX is say a small amount of marijuana. Brian May be brought into the airport, but police warned that possession of any amount is still a federal crime and TSA agents may still confiscate your stash Bri basically police are warning about taking any drugs into the airport. What TSA plans to do TSA is not prosecute you're bringing marijuana into the airport. Something like that. They will alert local authorities that'll be their decision and local authorities based on how much you have etc, etc. Etc. Somewhere where you land you're saying local where you land if you got on board because they meant to have the same laws air or if you have over the amount here, Los Angeles. Authorities could Kapros weird. So best say is lever stash at home. Get it when you get to your destination bummer..

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"As of gallons of our water into the pacific ocean as we're speaking daily all because of the delta smelt goes well he goes deeper then because that's what would be happening if man was not building dams and if you read the writings by real extreme leftist democrats they believe that every single human dams should be destroyed yes eri turning the world back to its pristine original yawn so there's too many people in their speedo dams everything should be way was originally before humanity start doing what's that's the goal but what people would be less beat them right the elites would be us can't remember where it's out there is a stone structure which has information about the plan and it basically says that for a world that be sustainable it can have no more than five hundred thousand people on the plan i think that's what the left or you understand the left leads to depopulation they won't tell you how they'll get to the depopulation they just believe that we need to depopulate artists that's why they push that's why they push abortion that's why they push the drop in a fertility rates and things like that of the unfortunate consequences of that is that we cannot maintain society and the muslims began to outnumber us so those are the reactions but they think that's okay we'll figure that out in the end go back to the late sixties early seventies the population bomb read that book they believe that that is what's going on in their heads i think that's a large part of this we restrict the water people will start coming people stop coming eventually they'll realize it's a moot point to even have babies stop producing i mean that's kind of their way of thinking i was just thinking that people need to read the book it's called the naked communist was first published in nineteen fifty eight by qiliang scouse and right and about three quarters.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on The Compass

The Compass

27:09 min | 2 years ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on The Compass

"pacific ocean" Discussed on The Compass

The Compass

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on The Compass

"Graham's that all reflects back to se country because anything we do on land reflects an and has an impact directly on se countries and one of the things reteach yeah junior ranges is that way many nations but one ocean even hours since a broken up into different names pacific ocean indian ocean atlantic and there is not boundary between that is one body of water so it doesn't matter what you do in in england pochana roar anyway it's going to affect another country the great barrier reef is hugely important to the australian economy tourists coming to see the reef bringing around five billion us dollars per year it's figures like these which appeal to other pacific governments as they develop their islands reefs and goons to attract more tourists the latest developments are being planned four thousand kilometers north in corum in the philippines here to models of tourism are going headtohead smallscale tourism run by locals versus large luxury resorts reporter peter hadfield has visited the islands to gauge opinion become from denmark and the the scenery here is nothing like we've ever seen before it's very beautiful and the re really love it i really love it especially the coral reefs and all of the fish it's amazing all the colors in the water really really beautiful now what would you say if i told you that there is a plan to build an underwater theme park and a resort i would advise them not to do the had that would be a shame it would really be a shame it's being run by nickelodeon and the same is spongebob square pence i don't really think it fits in with with all of this tourism is still low key in this part of the philippines is stay in small hotels and guest houses in the nearby town of kharon and get to the recent beaches in wooden out regan's like this one the biggest development you'll see here or isolated groups of thatched huts made of bamboo with fishing families live the way they have for thousands of years been january two thousand seventeen the american media giant viacom shock this sleepy island community by announcing plans to build a theme result park here the theme park is part of a larger resort and conference complex planned by the company called world paul managed paul in moscow i'm mad the chairman she of coral were park undersea resorts.

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"pacific ocean" Discussed on The Compass

The Compass

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"pacific ocean" Discussed on The Compass

"A dog the great by found more than anybody else has there was no issue of conservation why would you want to consider shocks and the same many of them big fishermen uk is this is so much there and then gradually that changed and now of course every ounce of conservation that we can muster is needed to help the great barry through these ahead we've come to the end of the road now and it's easy to fix it or lose it what will be done is can be taking nutrients samples and we'll just take them off the surface it's not just warming washer that's assaulting the great barrier reef fertilizers herbicides and soil eroded from local farms enter the rivers and flow out to sea damaging the coralled both mona and saddam phoned is no work for you kabbaj molecule malignancy ranger and i hope preservation and twiceweekly land concept as aside good i'm on arms mikhail on operations manager for you could budget will look your land and sea ranjit prager the see rangers are a group of aboriginal people charged with protecting the coast today there something the water for chemical policemen's three engines do do that about three thought we could get annoyed north clean affect india and that way it's it's all all either either water that reading carl breachings been happening for decades but the difference is now that i ryan patten civil changed we're not getting the prolonged ryan period over a time of year that that sort of brings that water temperature down we might be getting some good ryan but it all comes in one big hit which is then bringing all the sediment off of land washing it out in into the ocean and settlement plans meriva mouths and just covered covering every figs now they only had to look at country and and listen to stories from all people of how country once before i'm cattle grazing at all these taught him uh activities dotted and then and then big changes and it's only been out of the last eight hundred and fifty used to 100 years at these activities me going on and the land is really degraded from that stuff has to have the tradition iron is comeback on country and and practice some of their methods of controlling land uh particularly with fire and and eradicating weeds and then erosioncontrol.

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