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New Hampshire Town Loses $2.3M in Taxpayer Money to Cyberattack
"Hampshire town loses millions to email scammers. The town of peterborough reported. It lost two point. Three million dollars. As a result of business email compromise scammers which redirected bank transfers using forged documents. Sent to the peterborough finance department. The compromise was achieved using fishing and social engineering techniques. The town. I became aware of the issue on july. Twenty six when the convent school district reported. It didn't receive. Its one point. Two million dollar monthly transfer the us secret service cyberfraud task force is currently investigating the attack which originated from overseas. It's unclear if insurance will cover the lost funds and it's down for the transactions can be
"peterborough" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast
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Sabres Power Up; Select Michigan Defenseman 1st in NHL Draft
"The Sabres chose six foot six Michigan defenseman one power who scored three goals in sixteen points in twenty six games as a freshman last season the crack in selected Wolverine center Matthew been years with the second pick marking the fourth time teammates were chosen with the first two selections of the draft the ducks used the third choice to take center Mason make cabbage of the OHL's Peterborough Petes the devils grabbed his brother for the second time in three drafts selecting defenseman Luke Hughes Michigan became the first college program to have three first round picks in the same draft when the blue jackets came away with center K. Johnson I'm Dave Ferrie
Leanne Betasamosake Simpson Discusses the Inspiration for Her Record 'Theory of Ice'
"In many parts of North America. It's about time for the melt. Some people call it the spring thaw or the break up. It's the period of time when days get longer and warmer and slowly, lakes covered with ice start to crack up. I had never heard this before as the ice days. Frozen for so long and in Newfoundland, and it wasn't until they moved Ontario and I was sitting by a lake One time that I heard these massive cracks that sounded like rifle shots are like big pings. Scared me half to death, to be honest and those of the sounds that inspired this song. I stepped over a watery it just Hey, fellows, the canoe a car seat. Nice. She paddles to the edge to collect candles, Mr One drink. You should Jax well, it's still easier. The N V. Da Samo Se Simpson would break up. Leanne is one of the most renowned writers and scholars in Canada. She tells stories and poems and makes music. Often focused on her Inish nobby heritage and tradition. Lee and B to C. MOC. Simpson's new record is called Theory of ice, and it begins with that scene. I was just talking about the vice breaking and melting. And we richly end in Peterborough, Ontario. Hi. Welcome to the show that Tom Power How are you? Nice to talk to you. Congratulations. On the record. I really loved it. Thanks so much. You know what I mean about it being sort of scary when the ice cracks? I absolutely know what you mean. The sounds are almost otherworldly. How do you How do you describe him like thunder? Sometimes they kind of sound. I mean, they kind of sound like aliens are landing. I think that shotgun is a good metaphor for them. But if you haven't heard that sounded, so it's a really Really, really powerful, jarring sounds that ice makes. So Where were you When you were making this record that you were hearing those sounds so much. I had the honor of spending time on the shores of Blatchford like in the Northwest territories, both during break up and and freeze up. And those times air just phenomenal times of the year because they're such massive transformations taking place on the land and in the in the water. And so, hearing those sounds and watching this process of melting and freezing and melting and freezing. And eventually the lake moving from this this amazing skating rink, maybe two. Almost like a dram er, a percussive instrument with this frozen layer on top, and then ending up in this this beautiful deep sort of pool of water was something that really fascinated. Me and a whole bunch of different levels.
In leaked call, Obama describes Trump handling of virus as chaotic
"The trump administration has defended its handling of the coronavirus how break off to the previous president Barack Obama described it as an absolute chaotic disaster North America correspondent Peterborough's reports Brock a bomber doesn't mince his words in what was a private conference call with three thousand former colleagues members of the Obama alumni association selfish tribal and divided imposes hard he said become part of American life and will be part of the bottle during this year's election campaign without mentioning Mr Obama directly the White House press secretary Lee McInerney said president trump's coronavirus response had been unprecedented and saved American lives the former president who's endorsed Joe Biden as the democratic party's candidate may be signaling a more aggressive approach as the election draws
Trump says thousands of military to be sent to help states battle coronavirus
"President trump has warned that the United States will see lots of death in the next few days saying the country faced the toughest two weeks of the corona virus pandemic Mr trump told journalists that thousands of maybe two personnel will be deployed to the hardest hit areas more from Peterborough's at the daily White House briefing president trump warned that the coming days would be a very deadly period and that his administration would move heaven and earth to safeguard American lives he said ministry medical workers will be deployed in New York City I found of the hot spots around the country with the number of deaths from covert nineteenth continue to rise steeply Mr trump also expressed his frustration that America was still at a standstill and the people how to get back to work he said we're not going to destroy our
"peterborough" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Coronavirus case indicating that the virus may be spreading within the community Peterborough's reports from Los Angeles the patient is being identified as an adult woman who tested positive for the virus after she developed breathing problems officials in Santa Clara county say she has not been overseas or had contact with anyone known to have been out of the country they are that the woman is suffering from chronic health conditions Santa Clara includes the region in northern California in the Silicon Valley in nearby San Francisco it's been announced that the world's largest convention for video game developers due to take place next month has been postponed Peter values officials in Nigeria say at least twenty eight people have been putting quarantine ought to bring in contact with an Italian man who is the first confirmed case of coronavirus in sub Saharan Africa the U. S. embassy in Kabul says the plan signing of an agreement with the Taliban later today will mark a monumental day for Afghanistan the deal to be signed in conta involves a phased withdrawal of US troops off to nearly twenty years in return for security guarantees from the Taliban and a commitment to attend talks it follows a weeklong reduction in hostilities on the ground in Afghanistan from Kabul his succumb to come money there has been a sense of cautious optimism and and that's really being building with a sense of hope over the past seven days as this reduction in violence that's been in place has passed off largely successfully the Taliban Afghan security forces and U. S. led international forces it'll promised not to launch major attacks against each other leading up to the signing to create the kind of conducive atmosphere for peace and to build trust between the sides so I think there's a recognition here amongst ordinary people that this is a historic occasion and they hope that it would translate into a lasting peace news from the BBC the royal palace in Malaysia has announced that the movie Ideen Yaseen is to be sworn in as prime minister on Sunday the palisades he appeared to have the support of them job of a majority in parliament the decision blocks the attendance by the caretaker prime minister Mahajan Muhammad to return to the position the Greek prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has called an emergency meeting to discuss the situation at Turkish borders as hundreds of mainly Syrian migrants and refugees renew their efforts to try to reach Europe officials in Ankara has said they would no longer trying to prevent those in camps in Turkey from leaving his Jenna Fischer grease is closed its border with Turkey but it's far from watertight I won't go I won't go into an office in Salt Lake well I want to go in the space of just a few minutes near the border we came across two groups of and who told us they'd crossed into Greece that's illegal unofficial points it's a reminder of how difficult it will be for Greece and the European Union to prevent migrants and refugees entering if Turkey is intent on letting them go the people of Slovakia of voting in the first parliamentary elections since the murder of the investigative journalist young could see I can his fiancee to years ago mystical T. Hank was investigating the ties between politicians officials.
"peterborough" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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"peterborough" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Of Jamhuriat a liberal leaning Turkish newspaper in May two thousand fifteen a video was sent to the paper paper proving what Shannon his team had long suspected that the Turkish state was illegally sending arms to Islamists fighting in Syria the video filmed by the Turkish. Police showed the Turkish gendarmerie security forces searching Turkish intelligence trucks full of weapons as John's Gent's new play about the incident opens in London. He explains what happened. The video was taken by the police and showing that some intelligence officers were driving the trucks and stopped go to extend marine and when they were checking it they found the armory very clear that stable trying to get this arms who bring country which was an international crime and it was like an adventure movie. What it was real? One may think that is doesn't have any impact on my life but if you hear news about the bombing in London Metra station you may understand that. That's about your life so if someone selling arms to these radicals there that may have consequences in your life as well so someone should defend the fruits to protect you from those dangers. So of course I I check the material and video was real and of course I was Sir Considering the consequences personal and at the same meantime for my paper and of course the risk was there. That's why I just wanted to ask Michael Leaks. And all of them supported supported me in the sense. I decided to publish the story the next day I got a call from from a Khaliq saying that the prime minister add on at the moment token about you on the TV saying that the journalists who made the story would pay a heavy price for this. I tweeted that night. Saying that's the petition. Who made this attempt attempt would pay a heavy price for this? But since then I've been paying the price really. I mean because immediately they started the investigation and after the elections they ask two life sentences for this true story and then I was put in. Jail spent three three months in solitary confinement than I was released. And of course there was a kind of assassination attempt against me stumble just after the court route decision. Then I was forced to leave in exile. I've been working as a journalist for forty years now and this is the darkest period of time in my whole professional life. And I'm afraid it's the same for Turkish. Journalism took us the biggest jailer for journalists according to Reporters Without Borders data we have one hundred fifty journalists almost in jail when you put one journalists in jail you can silence the others as well. I don't feel any regret about publishing the story because it's part of our job. Unfortunately I mean this part of the business as a journalist. This is the price of defending the troops in one corner of the world. You may never care of there. Are People Ready to sacrifice their lives for the truth to defend democracy. And it's not only our truth but this is your truth as well Jams play Hashtag. We are arrested follows the story of the release of that video and his his own at the Arcola theatre in London. Right now. That's it for today. My thanks to Rob Booth and gender. This episode was produced by Josh Kelly. And Courtney Yussef sound design was by Axel Cutie. The executive producer says film May Not Amicable Jackson. We'll be back tomorrow uh-huh..
"peterborough" Discussed on Today in Focus
"This time of year. People over the country and planning their next holiday and DOT COM on. That can what we won't put him torching my mom. She's she's titans. Trump's cook soft sweeping hamburgers sea-fishing phase. Thomas Cook it all mantra. That place was customer our heart and that was really true. Trey we lived in eighth place in law state ceremony is my small working life spent there. So that's Emily Chapel. And the sensor joy she had about working at Thomas Cook with something. I picked up from lots of people including Nikola cattle who welled up when we took Thomas Cook is more than just a job. It's the people that you meet. Along the way they become the best fragile spent so much time with people. Whilst you they're I'm getting almost no matter what am I. Thomas Cook had been Peterborough for more than forty years an integral part of the city contributing to its wealth but they're not began to share with warning signs about the health of the company isn't pretty big losses from Thomas. Cook today down more than thirty nine percent. The company has really been struggling to pay down a lot of their debt. But the reason I came to a head week week in September so I was doing twelve fourteen days nice. Australia's ABS collapsed Always on the crisis assists team and escape more evident. The this is getting really serious. Getting really close to something quite worrying. I'm only been working there for fifteen years. As company was struggling. She was one of the people in the office. Trying to reassure customers. Who'd spent all that money on holidays that they would be okay is is trying to reply to the question sign ready? Sorry of catch writing silent. You know we've got hundreds and hundreds of hundreds of messages a minute Yeah I would say my soon may so quite distressed upset because at that time most seeking wise skirt and y y you know with bosses nicer hiding and why is this is what it felt like. Things weren't looking very good and she was awake. There's lots of the Thomas Cook staff were in the middle of the night on the Sunday night. Right and the email finally came through that she'd been dreading which was that companies collapsed and she recalled that moment and it was something that was escort. Devastating for her family went to sleep and I was up and then looking and looking and yet eighteen minutes past the BBC finances it. That's when the message from friends and and so it was lucky bereavement because it was it was on life that wants to place count that want to be there all of that job. No you're breathing is an and it's like you're being midway and my insides. said he said to me. Oh Chuck why are you getting a job. Not Quite simplisafe. Wow when you think of the reporting a lot of it was about stricken holidaymakers but it was terrible for the staff. How did Peterborough respond? When Thomas Cook went down the the town really rallied around and it continues to rally round in the sense of people helping each other is something that people in Peterborough? Very proud of. It was amazingly overwhelming in older con. General State People like to have vast aside about Pittsburgh how she is horrible place but there's businesses came out straight out and you know off their help in a taxi drivers offering lifts and people looking out for each other and there's a a big kind of leaving party. Being organized at the local arena is offered a place swept. They'll be able to celebrate. If you likes all come together and remember their time together at Thomas Cook so you know there is a kind of sense of solidarity take the place. Why did gay.
"peterborough" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Magda Havis is associate professor of environmental and resource. Studies at Trent university here in Peterborough Ontario, Canada where she teaches and does research on the biological effects of environmental contaminants, Dr Havis received her PHD from the university of Toronto completed postdoctoral research at Cornell University and taught at the university of Toronto before going to Trent university in Peterborough Magda Havis, welcome back to coast to coast AM. How are you? I'm well, Richard. Thank you. It's been a while. How have you been? Well, I've dealt with a few health issues like cancer but apart from that. I'm good. Oh, my. Are on the rebound. Are you? I am terrific. That's great to hear. We need. You. So five G. They're talking about rolling it out in twenty twenty. I'm a bit of a Luddite. I do have a cell phone. In fact, I'm supposed to upgrade this this weekend sometime to the next iteration. But why do we need five G? What's wrong with three G or four G? Why do we need a five G? Well, I personally don't think we do need five G, but what the industry will tell you. This is the telecom industry is that people are requesting faster speeds for downloading videos, for example. And there's a number of manufacturers that want to have devices that have very rapid speeds for inter connectivity and five G will provide that. So that's what the industry tells us that people are demanding higher. Speeds will we notice a difference because it seems like we're talking about like milliseconds in terms of reducing one of the big things. You're talking about is reducing the delay. But we're talking about milliseconds. Well, we even notice the difference. You will if you're trying to download a video on your iphone or your ipad. And if the video high definition, and it's it's a very large size instead of taking minutes to download it. We'll just take a couple of seconds. So that's you know, the industry is pushing. Now, they're saying that one of the big things about five G is it's going to be able to accommodate the rather horrifying so-called internet of things. So I guess so that my refrigerator can speak to my toaster, which can talk to my I don't know my garage door opener. I don't really understand that. Yeah. Your refrigerator and toaster can talk without five, gene. And indeed, it doesn't need five t to communicate. But if you're going to have something like a car driverless car, then that's going to require information processing, much more quickly and four G won't do that kind of thing. So if you're looking at technology that really requires a lot of data with very fast. Download speeds, then the four G probably isn't sufficient devasta- JR. And the idea is that they're going to roll this out when in twenty twenty it's coming at us like a freight train is that the idea it's coming out. It's like a freight train. But it's all ready being tested now. So there are a number of communities that are unfortunately being exposed to five G S, we speak the rollout is scheduled for twenty twenty. But there are some companies that are hoping it'll be sooner from them. And who are the major or the main drivers behind this? We're hearing a lot about for example, this Chinese company Huawei who else right? Well, in the United States, the federal communication is really pushing this forward the previous head of the FCC was Tom Wheeler. And he was basically an industry insider who took over the FCC for a number of years, and he was very very strongly supporting five Jan trying to get it out as quickly as possible. Now, there's been a lot of opposition to five G from people who believed that this technology. It's dangerous. Even the the four G version already dangerous so going to five G without any kind of long term, biological testing seems really stupid to those individuals, but Tom Wheeler he's been interviewed. He's given a number of press com. Prince interviews, and he doesn't believe it needs to be tested. He believes that we should just go ahead and everything will will happen in its normal sequence. And he really believes that the United States needs to have this rapid deployment. So they can they can maintain their competitive advantage globally. The problem is is that I personally believe that five is going to be harmful to the best of my understanding of it and to roll it out and expose the entire planet to radiation. Just doesn't make any sense to me without the proper testing. I do wanna get to some of the claims about health dilatory is health effects and so forth. But I just want to understand what is coming our way. So it will this require. Like, a major retrofit in terms of the let's say the infrastructure are they going to have to replace cell towers. I mean, what are we going to see sort of on the ground when five G comes arrives? They won't have to replace cell towers because five G and four G or going to a coexist. So we'll still be using four G technology. Indeed, we're still using three g technology in some parts of the world. And for certain things so four g and five g will will coincide but five t requires very different infrastructure. So it's going to have a massive build out of antennas because five G it stands for fifth generation and the claims that this technology to be fast. It has to be at a higher frequency. And so the the frequency range that they're talking about our cold knowing meter waves. So these are wave wavelengths that have anywhere from one to ten millimeters in inside that's the length of the wave and infrequency. We're talking about something that is in the gigahertz range between thirty and three hundred gigahertz. So there's two different ways of talking about talking about the size of the waiver, the frequency of the wave these require very different types of antennas. And one of the things we know about these higher frequencies as they is that they don't penetrate buildings as well. And there absorbed by things like water and trees, and so instead of having one end, you know, in a one kilometer radius or something they're going to have to have ten antennas, according to the industry every few houses. So you know, depending on how closely the homes are together and the the antennas. Are going to have to be line of sight, which means that if you're at one and ten you can see the next antenna won't be anything in between them. So we're really talking about a massive massive infrastructure. Avantel China's that are going to go in every community in the United States. Some of the radiation is actually going to be coming from outer space through satellite transmission? But basically, you're going to have an antenna in front of your home, or you know, certainly within three to five homes in your neighborhood. And that means you're going to be exposed to radiation on virtually constant basis as well from the five, gene in addition to the four G radiation. So in other words. We have smaller antennas. Placed much closer together each. Emitting bursts of radio frequency radiation. Although at levels much lower than let's say today's four G towers, right? Not well possibly lower than today's forty towers. There's a lot of confusion out there as to exactly which frequencies are going to be using. And how powerful they need to be. And some of the information, you know, that's available on the internet is is very very misleading, including some of what I've just told you the fact that it doesn't penetrate buildings very effectively. There have been technicians that are going out now testing five technology, and they're finding the radiation actually transmits for much longer distances than they've they've theoretically calculated. And so, you know, these antennas might be actually much more powerful than we realize. So it's gonna be much harder to avoid then. You won't be able to avoid it. So in other words, it doesn't matter if I have a cell phone if I'm using my old analog dial up phone, I'm still going to be. I'm still going to be subjected to or exposed to this radio frequency radiation. That's correct. Now, if I have a five G phone is going to intensify my exposure or at this point. I mean, we're swimming in it doesn't make any difference. I think it does make a difference. And you're right. We are swimming in it right now, whether you have a cell phone or not is almost a relevant for exposure. So if you're in an urban environment, for example city where there are antennas communicating with other people cell phones, you're getting secondhand exposure. Just like you would with second hand smoke, and that's going to happen with them five G as well the differences. If you're a smoker your exposure is going to be that much higher because your cell phone is emitting radiation. When it sends a signal, and so because you're so close to your cellphone, you're going to get that signal as well as the one coming from the Antenne that back in twenty eleven the World Health Organization, their international agency for research on cancer. Sir. Classified r f our radio frequency radiation as a potential to be carcinogen. What does that mean? A potential to be carcinogen they classified as a possible to be a possible carcinogen, and what that means is they had evidence from studies with humans. They're called epidemiological studies where people who use cellphones had a greater risk of developing certain types of tumors associated with the head the two types of tumors that the World Health Organization agency recognized and said the evidence was sufficient was four glioma is which is a type of a brain tumor and coup stick neuroma, which is a type of tumor is in the nerve leading to the ear. The acoustic neuroma is non malignant glioma is malignant and glioma blast on. Multiform as one of the most virulent types of brain tumors, and very few people survive who have some and what the study showed back in, you know, prior to two thousand eleven one Nate made this classification was that there was an increased risk was higher for kids. If you started using cell phone before the age of twenty your risk increased quite dramatically and people how to use it for at least ten years in order to observe this tumor because brain tumors a latency period that's normally longer than ten years. So the fact that it was showing up after ten years of quite disturbing and the brain tumor tended to happen on the same side of your head where you held your cell phone. So if you held your cell phone to your left here, you get a tumor in your left temporal lobe, for example. And that was sufficient, but what was lacking back, then was large-scale animal studies that were showing, you know, increase cancers with exposure that has since changed just this past year in two thousand eighteen the national toxicology program in the United States presented their release their final peer reviewed report. And they found that the glioma and a type of Schwann Oma, which was the coup stick neuroma appeared in the heart. So they found an increase in glioma in these rats, and they found an increase in tumor of the heart simply because the rats were exposed the entire body was exposed not just the head. Then we're not finding heart tumors and people, but it's the same type of tumor cell that was found in the ear. So the fact that these two tumor types. That we're just, you know, discovered in the rats also occurred in the humans was really a cost for concern. And since that time, there's an institute in Italy called the rest Ramsey institute. And they did a very similar study to the NTT studying found virtually the same thing. So we now have replication of two very large, you know, multi-million dollar studies showing that rats exposed to cell phones develop to at least two types of tumors that we're really concerned about humans. So you're saying there's not even any there's no longer any debate about this that it is that radiofrequency radiation the World Health Organization says it's a potential carcinogen. But if I'm hearing you correctly, there's no longer any debate. There's no longer any debate. Except if you bring scientists who work for the industry together with scientists who are independent we funded. They will disagree because. The industry really doesn't want to admit that their product is causing cancer. But the scientific evidence clearly shows that this is no longer a to be carcinogen. It's definitely a one or possibly a to a carcinogen, which is a probable carcinogen. I'm convinced. It's a it's a one classified as a class one carcinogen, which is carcinogenic to humans. We we hear a lot about the blood brain barrier. Permeability for example. Talk to me about that. And the importance of that with relation to five G..
"peterborough" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Wet road surfaces that may freeze over so Madison black ice tomorrow morning. Around midday west east will start to see some of that precept believe it or not a few flurries. Already shown up in teeter borough words, there on the edge of the winter weather advisory which starts in west central Bergen county heads out through Passaic and Morris county where we do have some light snow right now, but that leading edge of moisture should evaporate a little bit by mid day around the city we start to see mainly light rain come in now because there'd be some wet snowflakes. Yes. But will quickly gone on over the rain. We're not expecting accumulations, but in the advisory area so in that area from let's just say, Peterborough Cadwell and Moorestown and Auschwitz Somerville and points west and north of that we may pick up light accumulation by the time it ends up later today and tonight maybe few inches there. Rockland, Westchester county. Same thing where we do have a winter weather advisory. So there are some spots that may get some slow travel for the afternoon commute. But I do feel around the five boroughs were probably mainly rain midday into the afternoon west the east of it starts as any wet snowshoe quickly change on over with a high near forty. It is tonight. Where we may get a little rain and snow in the evening after sunset so with temperatures going down below freezing and into the low twenty s in the city tomorrow morning, there may be some black ice around. So we may have some icy traveled tomorrow morning at some flurries. Snow showers tomorrow with little of any accumulation, windy and falling temperatures into the twenties tomorrow and with winds gusting over forty miles an hour. It's gonna feel a lot colder and then tomorrow night, the coldest night five above zero not a record, but cold and the window continue to whip around thirty to forty plus miles per hour Thursday, it'd be the coldest day of this cold snap into the upper teens. So the air mass the blunt of this shot of Arctic air stays west and north west of us. We're not going to be getting record cold in generational cold, which they will be seeing. Stop at the filibuster. What's what's the wind chill factor? Gonna feel like Thursday morning ball Thursday morning, probably going to be in the teens below zero. Maybe even twenty plus below with some of the wind gusts over four twenty below. It's possible. It's possible. I have a feeling we'll talk to you tomorrow. Unfortunately, thanks Ray. So you guys race staging the Weather Channel. So I'm about to introduce Noam.
"peterborough" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Point two different crews spotting the drone flying close to nearby Peterborough airport in New Jersey, and that is right on the arrival path of planes to newer the drone violating to laws. It was seen at thirty five hundred feet. That's eight times higher than the four hundred foot maximum for flight and to close to an airport. Breaking the regulation to stay five miles away drone five thousand thirty. All right way. Officials put a hold on arriving aircraft while other planes were diverted or held it. Their point of departure a ground. Stop at one of the nation's busiest airports impacting thousands of travelers according to the FAA there were well over two thousand reported drone sightings by US pilots last year. ABC's David curly. It was a travel nightmare for United Airlines passengers on a plane bound for China after they were forced to spend the night on a runway in Canada. Passengers are reliving what they call in other disasters. Experience on the right hand. For nearly nineteen hours Sanjay Dutt says he was trapped in a United Airlines flight from New Jersey to Hong Kong the plane, diverting to Canada due to a medical emergency. Then getting stuck after mechanical problems caused by negative twenty five greet temperatures. Passengers say even the crew grew frustrated by the different reasons, given for the delay all two hundred and fifty plus passengers are trapped inside United telling them, they couldn't leave because of an issue with customs, those passengers landing back in Newark, demanding answers and wanting their money back ABC's Maggie Rulli United says it gave every passenger a full refund and a travel thou -ture. Well, the nominations are in for one of the biggest nights in Hollywood the ninety first annual Academy Awards ABC's. Jason Nathanson has the details on the night's top.
"peterborough" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You haven't heard this and ten years fifteen twenty nine turn right two eight zero key landmark I wanted to. We can't do. Peterborough or w. Johnson. Peterborough with the engines that the engines they were gone. Well, yeah, he determined that. It has only real option was to go into the Hudson because he may not have been able to make it to teeter borough. The Landy would not have turned out that way if he hit the ground, but that's true. You saw the movie they questioned his judgment. I didn't realize legit legit. I remember that. That's right. Let you brought that up. What what I I didn't see the movie. So what's what why question is? They they suggested that he may have been able to make it to burrow, or and they did according to the movie they did simulated flights and during the simulation. They were able to go to either Peterborough back to LaGuardia. But he then said, well that doesn't include the human factor because you have to have a couple of moments to figure out what you're gonna do. Right. Also, if he'd gone tomorrow, you know, he wouldn't be famous and there'd be no movie made of them. Yeah. Long term career. You don't really get that doesn't happen. Very often that a plane lands smoothly doesn't flip or, you know, fall apart when you land and water as I've never seen a landing in war. But I don't think there's a is there there. There is no video of the plane actually landed in the Hudson plane floating. No, no, no. I don't think you should. I've never seen. I've never I've never seen check into that. Video before and after just no, but it's the plane in the Hudson. But you don't actually see it hit splashdown. All right. Let's listen to sully. He he talked to ABC we made a runway.
"peterborough" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Nine hundred verge. You all nj he lost. The trust me engines us attorney fifteen twenty nine which engines he lost. Both engines he said got it. Fifteen twenty calm. Those guys are one hundred sixty people that are almost certain to die, and they're just working their asses off very calmly trying to get them back to earth. Nine. Do you want to try to win? Great. Eight. Well, we may end up. Twenty seven six zero. Twenty cents. Delight? No time. That's incredible. And then. Okay. What do you need to win? Oh, the delay there. I can't even imagine. Yeah. They don't hear fifteen point nine runway four is available. If you wanna make love ROY Nathan. Over I anything in New Jersey. Maybe. Okay. Yeah. You're right side Peterborough airport. Do you want to try to go to Peterborough? Empires. Actually, LaGuardia parts guy mercy. Hey. Eighteen twenty nine George Washington Bridge once go to the airport right now. Project if you need assistance. Yes, he can I get for runway one one one that's fifteen twenty nine. It's amazing how quickly those guys cleared that runway and said full stop and say hold on. Was when he got it runway one. It's all yours, your what maybe ninety seconds into this. Yeah. We can't do it. Ok which runway would you like Peterborough w? I'm sorry. We're going to be. Sound like me? Killing twenty cents to six point eight. Joey turn. Cactus, fifteen point nine radar. Contact is lost. You also got Newark airport up to kraken about seven miles. Can't do it need extra bags of peanuts. Pretzels..
"peterborough" Discussed on Championship Drive
"This is campus conversation now, here's your host, Peterborough. He's welcome in to another edition of campus conversation as we have a little history that was made back in nineteen eighty three on this day and very important to lead off the podcast with this today was the day that plink oh was brought to the prices right game. Just want to make sure that we all just pay. Certain Oman is to the game Pelinka, which is one of the greatest games of ever of all time a prices right history. I'm Peter burns. We had a lot of stuff going on today. Atom written Berg Brad Edwards? Both plink. Oh fans. Adam I was soon you are playing co fan. Yes. Or no, huge Blanco fan. And it seemed like there is a strategy that if you drop the pellet towards the side you'd have a better chance of making it in the middle. But then there's also like the cheap one. If you just if you're all the way over then you're guaranteed to get like a thousand dollars or something. Like that. But you'd have no chance at the at the ten thousand, but you wouldn't get zero either. Am I remembering that, right? Yeah. I think that's fair. I think I think I don't know if there was necessarily like a point go for dummies book Brad Edwards. But that was that was a fair strategy back in the day. I was a big fan of plink. Oh two, but it was hard to beat the mountain climber guy. First of all. Bingo on and then when he falls off the edge. That's tough to be. And it always struck me about how good Bob Barker was as a putting in the in the in the putty was man, he was he I mean, look, no one kid could sink a an eight foot putt with no break better than Bob Barker. He was solid to say the least. All right. We had a lot of stuff to get into. So let's head out of the tunnel. Time to come out of the tunnel on campus conversation well down in Miami. The new boss reminds you a little bit of the old boss. In fact, he used to park in that same parking lot as many as comes in as he head coach of the hurricanes and says, hey, guys, remember everybody. Remember, y'all got Christmas cards for me and my family. Yeah..
Madagascar goes to the polls in runoff presidential election
"Polish nationals were safe local media reported that three other crew members were also freed the crew of the German owned vessel were kidnapped by pirates on route from Ancona the billionaire entrepreneur behind the tesla electric cars and the commercial space x program. Elon Musk has unveiled a prototype underground tunnel in Los Angeles, which is designed to transport cars at high speed around the city the goal is to create a network of tunnels to alleviate chronic traffic. Congestion are correspond. Pendant Peterborough's reports from Los Angeles the short stretch of tunnel runs under a street close to Elon Musk's SpaceX company. It's been built by the billionaire entrepreneurs construction outfit known as the boring company, which boasts state of the art techniques to bore into the ground faster and more efficiently than traditional methods. The idea is that there'll be a network of tunnels transporting fully autonomous electric vehicles around the city cars would join and leave the main loop at points along the route at many stations the size of a parking space and a baby on a small Pacific island has become the first person to be given a vaccine delivered by commercial drone the UN children's agency. Unicef rates for the drone to be flown. Some forty kilometers across mountains in Vanuatu that otherwise take hours to cross UNICEF hopes the drone delivery will be a vital importance in remote areas. Live from London dance. The latest world news from the BBC. Feet is the Atlantic Ocean. At the end of this liver of beach,
"peterborough" Discussed on Uncover
"Nice to meet hear the Bill. Smith has has years of experience blowing things up from quarries to house foundations. And now he teaches blasting techniques that at Fleming college. Which is here in Peterborough Antero. Hi to even get. Hi, nice to meet you his colleague, Stephen Mullany is also here to help us today. Now have you guys heard anything about this CPA Twenty-one, the crash explosion aboard? And so what did you think when you started reading about it? It's a mystery for sure. We're in an open area in the middle of a quarry. It is a beautiful sunny day, but actually a little bit windy, still warm though, and for Bill, and Stephen it is safety first. So we have on our our helmets goggles safety vests. And although they like to joke a lot they are absolutely methodical as we get ready for the first test grabby. Some gear we'll get suited up. And then we will we'll start getting some product. So I'm getting the best and a glasses fest and a half. Get. Okay. Well, let's set off some explosions. All right. Okay. Good at the time of the crash RCMP conducted several different experiments, one of the things we're here to do is replicate. And then expand on some of those tests. So in the first one trying to find out if black gunpowder which was found at the scene could cause an explosion large enough all by itself. Try some block outer by itself. See what kind of reaction we get so nine hundred sixty five longtime fifty three years ago. I know you weren't in business that time so first of all getting black gunpowder back, then wouldn't have been tough. I guess not initially you just buy at your probably your local store, and what about dynamite how hard would that be to get the same deal? He went in as long as you are over sixteen. I believe you bought that right over the counter and Bligh dynamites blasting caps. Farmers. Did it all the time? We don't we don't have washroom from plane is our issue. So we're going to contain in metal pail. So we're going to cut a hole Bodmer container. So I mean, the first thought is that the black powder is not going to have enough energy to to blow the back end of a plane off. So in the original police experiments in the sixties, the black gunpowder didn't cause a large explosion. But they also didn't contain the powder in anything and the thing about gun powder. Is it doesn't actually explode on its own in ferns really quickly. And it creates a lot of gas. But you need to lock that gas in to create that explosion. So this time we've put it in a sealed container inside of a pail to see if that makes a difference. So we're about maybe two hundred meters away from from where they're just doing the final preparations for this explosion. In here their truck. Now, they've now put in what they call an electron Matt which they can they can actually activate from where we are that two hundred. So when you're ready Bill. Five four three two one. While even the concussive effect where he what you figure two hundred meters away or more to fifty I felt it I didn't flinch by the way, but I did feel. The explosion was big. Smokey and the bucket just shot straight up into the air. So we get the bucket basically divided into two pieces. This is one of them here, and it it's blackened on the inside and you can smell the gun powder. As do the pales- aren't super thick. But that has done some serious damage. We're expecting this. This is actually a significant development because it shows that black gun powder on its own caused a much larger explosion than we thought. So maybe it was used in the bomb. But there's another thing to keep in mind. And that is the gunpowder that was found in Peter Brown's room was not black on pottery was a different kind of gun powder. So this test doesn't necessarily implicate him more than any of the other suspects. So what does this tell you about who might have made this bowl? By that..
"peterborough" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"And and we wanted to be about our faith too because that's important to to my brother and i have buddies that it's you know that's how we connect with god's the doors i think that's why i love it so much and you know the fast paced life that all of us lead at i think it's it's good to kind of sell down and and you know just take some time and and nature and i've always been like that but that's kind of what we wanted to get out of our tv or show that's aren't catching deer cv or hunting show is kinda show some good hunts but also show that are bit of the face side of what we're all about and people seem to be liking it and really connected with it and that's a long to do funny how you mentioned that how being outside and being in the outdoors and getting away from the noise really does sort of reconnect you not only introspectively but with face i just had an amazing opportunity to go with scott for all who's the new head coach at nebraska to the grand canyon and we hiked twenty six miles through the grand canyon and when you have that moment in cellphone says no service it's amazing what you think about and how small you feel and so i think it's killer that you guys are doing that i think that's awesome you mentioned a moment ago about how you hunted as a kid how did your your love of the outdoors develop well my my mom's side of the family they live north of peterborough couple of north of toronto and they're all live the country she grew up on a farm and she's got actually chroma family of ten siblings and they're all honors and my mom not so much but all the brothers did so my dad would hunt with my mom's side of the family my dad's dad on a little bit but my mom's side was more serious so i think the first time i was able to go deer hunting with my dad wasn't a ten years old and never forget it some of the best memories i've had with my dad or are him taking me deer hunting it i could he is hard to get the bed you're so excited like christmas morning for me and as a kid we grew up kinda outside peterborough in the country just like little three acre lot and i had a little dog that i would get home from school grabbed my pellet gun and just walk in the woods by myself and that was one of my favorite things to do to i just love being outside trying to find things seeing if i could see year not us they're just shoot and stuff but just being outside with me and my dog and i just i've always loved being outside being in space and just kind of being not always being above a self because i love the hunt camp but like like you said there's something about being just not connected and now that was obviously before cellphones when i was a kid and but that's it's just i i feel like that's kind of how god wired me and and probably love because my mom her side of the family and my dad likes to hunt he's not he's not die heard like like my two brothers how does he outdoors or passions outside the arena how do those buoy you emotionally when you decide it's time to step away from the arena from the game from what was your identity well i've always i've always tried not to and it's hard not to have your identity in just one thing which was hockey and everyone knows me as a hockey player but i don't it's never been all of my life as i know it's my job and i spent a lot of time out but.
"peterborough" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"A quad box for our new visitor peterborough will join us later from ars technica but joining us right now from the verge tom warren i tom so did you take an app after the keynote or i should've taken one journa is yeah it was pretty dull yeah well maybe tomorrow there's always tomorrow yeah yeah so go ahead paul while i was gonna say we talked about the with the way they'd split today's cannot two parts there was the vision part and whatever the hell of the second part was would you have eliminated one of those parts or just trimmed the whole thing down yeah i think the second part could have been a day two hundred and they could have the windows stuff today and that's the traditional way of doing things just had an adela speaking for full tootill it was just it was weird and he's like quick joke in the beginning yeah it's hard to sing to the ceo of he says well i'd like to talk yeah but there's a whole there's a whole vibe that's emerged with such fail right that they've they're the save the world kind of company now and he's got this high level vision about the good that microsoft can do in the world and it's it's it's weird to complain about it but i feel i'm gonna develop sean particularly this kind of wanna get to the to the thing was it upton adela to do the microsoft cares about you in the world and privacy is was that his thing.
Linda Brown, student at the center of landmark Brown v. Board of Education, dead at 76
"The canadian prime minister justin trudeau has formally apologized for the hanging in the nineteenth century of a group of indigenous leaders by the british colonial authorities mr trudeau absolve the joke ot chiefs of any wrongdoing in what is considered to be one of the most infamous episodes in canadian history they were tried and hanged over the killing of fourteen white settlers after being called to what they thought were peace talks linda brown who was at the center of a landmark legal case that ended racial segregation in american schools has died at the age of seventy six reforms resulting from the case had a transformational effect on american society peterborough's reports linda brown was nine years old when her father tried to enroll her at an all white school in the city of topeka in kansas at the time all the state schools were segregated and she was refused admission because she was black her father sued the local education board for similar cases were combined and the complaint was heard by the supreme court in a landmark and unanimous ruling in one thousand nine hundred ninety four the court said separate educational facilities were inherently unequal world news from the bbc the relatives of ninety argentine soldiers who died in the falklands war in nine hundred eighty to her pay their respects to their loved ones after their remains were identified using modern forensic technology praise from argentina and the falklands conducted a ceremony in the windswept darwin cemetery among among more than two hundred mourners us federal trade commission has confirmed that it's investigating facebook's privacy policies following revelations that our political consulting company had been given access to use his personal data facebook could face fines for its actions running to hundreds of millions of dollars the governor of the state of arizona has suspended the ridesharing firm uber from testing self driving cars following a fatal crash earlier this month the company has already halted such tests in the wake of the incident jonathan joseph's reports just over a week ago bakar hit and killed forty nine year old elaine hertzberg she crossed a road late at night the video of the incident was disturbing and alarming according to arizona's governor who in a letter to uber said it raised many questions about the testing of self driving cars doug ducey explained public safety had to be his priority so he was suspending uber's ability to test the.
"peterborough" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"I mean that peterborough is not named after the town in england it's just convergent name aleutian it's named after peter robinson and early canadian politician who oversaw the first major immigration to the area so there you go also it's nickname in the distant past was the electric city as it was the first town in canada to use electric street lights well let's bring it back like bring back the electric streetlights well no this bring back that start covering the electric city again i think that sounds all right i gotta find out who peter bruening land was named for hank finish nothing at the wikipedia and it makes no sense i do not understand what stupid but i'm so annoyed now and i gotta figure it out so what do what did we learn do all four of the what did we learn while i'm figuring out the stupid peterborough question so what did we learn today john will thank we learned that harry styles is named harry edwards styles and may or may not have been upon that harry styles is parents were playing on him we also learned that there are some fork people and some fork people are cute and we don't know why they have so many forks but also some people save their plastic forks does not something that i do i throw the way every time though i was at the frozen yogurt place yesterday and the people asked the people at the first place if they washed the spoons to reuse and they were like no and then they all took their spoons with which i guess.
What does use of nerve agent in Russian ex-spy attack tell us about who did it?
"Hello and welcome to newsday from the bbc world service for lawns province shot a khalil coming up police in britain say a nerve agents was used to try and kill a former russian spy nothing to do with us says russia to uproot folded leave total deke ruling floral double russia to me it seems like an attempt to push through specific political into this we hear from the family of a sri lankan man burned to death in a spate of buddhist attacks on muslim businesses the title come out of policy but he quartering because it was the fire very high retied forgave him out of around the palace crack police even amadeo deal helped also this halfhour discussion on child marriages with african music superstar unicef ambassador also leaky ju then the before only four the rather strong english contingent in the champions league is down by one of spurs crush out to you today hello and jerry smith with the bbc news investigators in britain are trying to establish how a rare nerve agents was used to target former russian spy and his daughter said gay and yulia screw pal critically ill in hospital along with a police officer quoted the scene in the city of soon spray here's tom simon's nerve agents are specially manufactured chemical weapons capable of killing by destroying the nervous system scotland yard said the substance detected in the souls preattack had been identified a sources told the bbc it was rare up than the sarin gas used in syria and in an attack on the tokyo underground did 1995 it was not the x the nerve agent used to kill the halfbrother of the korean leader kim jal earned last year police have yet to say if they know how and where the poison was administered lawmakers in the american state of florida have approved a bill to strengthen guncontrol how to seventeen people were killed in a shooting at a school the florida governor has not said whether he will veto the law peterborough's reports the legislation which has been passed by florida's house of representatives includes a number of measures demanded by student activists in the wake of the shooting three weeks ago they include raising the minimum age to buy a gun from eighteen to twenty one and banning the silo possession of bump fi stocks which allows semi automatic rifles to fire as rapidly as machine guns it also allows the arming of some school staff including teachers but.
"peterborough" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"Cdc five live time say good morning tufekci turco paolo feb sleep warning talent hello how're you doing ymca thank you good and of course vibes he's here as the gadget detective ed said the up all night tech and gadget fallen give us a ring if you've got any questions for feb's eo wait wait five 9o nine six nine three and lots of tech's coming in already on 850 five eight ffc what sort of things we're going to be able to cover in the next little while on the on the program well we've got a ganji of the week car which is something that might turn an ipad probe into a lapse or preplacement so that that's the claimed that apple of being pushing for wobbly this this device might make the reality i'm also the latest announced announcements from google this well including a bible fish bouquet plus set do more on that the next few minutes i'm going to start with this for dave the peterborough milk led whose text in at morning i have an iphone six i've updated to always eleven and since doing this my mobile banking up keeps crashing i've tried reinstalling the app and still the same do you have any ideas via so irish eleven has boats had lots of new features i would say is more worthwhile fall ipad users in in terms of the benefits it brings at this point than for iphone uses some wide voice will for those who have an updated them their devices is probably just wait to bed now it in respect of particular apps app makers also updating the apps either to be irish eleven compatible or if they are compatible to iron out the bugs and every day i still see.
"peterborough" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show
"And i suffering i had a buffer another everyday probably from that's gross in law for eight a probably sixteen i called it a marshmallow in peanut butter march most sandwich then i came to knows called the governor the i'm i'm i'm a big peterborough a jelly god want the floor another or of the florida yet martin marshmallow crease me out fluffing others the killed you will go you enormous arm the it's peanut butter marshmallow on a sandwich not might not my seen morad at only hurdler blau that's why are so quick octagon bob diligence yeah the peanut butter that's fucking bias that slander your own i told myself i was in peanut butter guy that goes aches creamier crunchy crunchy macree me guy but i i'll amy gruntal i wouldn't i wouldn't your dream to cream work afc no correction i think everybody likes who would you like repeating eminem screen or plant plant pin really in i if you have it ever you ever ever me something has chocolate which either with with notts under sticking the plane chocolate that i i i'm both but i mean some i would with some without but plucked women and put nuts in a brownie not only gotta located isis is a perfect perfect thing right there and you ruined nuts noisy now we're cost no more calls it doesn't matter wrapping up anyway it's been a weird week europe warsaw has been an eventful week it's been a other radio that you literally cannot get anywhere else in the entire world are that much for better or worse and in in many respects a typical week i was gonna say it's a site gap molds and will give you the monday varsovie onto the next or here.