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Deaths Of Mother, Child Found In New Jersey Pond Ruled Accidental

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Deaths Of Mother, Child Found In New Jersey Pond Ruled Accidental

"Investigators are providing an update this morning on the tragic death of a mother and her son at a Morris County park last week, The Morris County Medical Examiner is ruling the deaths of 35 year Old War decided and her 11 year old son whose ear on men to be accidental. Last Tuesday, someone in Bouton's grace Lord Park heard a small child calling for their mother near the upper pawn section. When police arrived, they noticed footprints in the snow leading to the river bank, where they found Sayed and her son in the water. A six year old boy. Who was not physically injured was later confirmed to be the woman son. Funeral services for Sayed and her son were held on

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Flooding problems at D.C. landmarks likely to worsen

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Flooding problems at D.C. landmarks likely to worsen

"George washington lived much of his life near the potomac river from his birthplace in colonial beach. Virginia to his estate mount vernon andy chose where. Along the river's banks. The young nation would build its capital city but as the climate warms this historic river poses a flooding risk to nearby landmarks. Steve walls is director of environmental programs. At the metropolitan washington council of governments has increasingly intense rainstorms upstream can caused the river to overflow and when a hurricane hits the eastern seaboard. Then we have the risk of coastal flooding from storm surges. Coming up the river as the river narrows the water level skate. Even higher in our region than in some of the coastal regions along the atlantic. Even without extreme weather sea levels are rising and pushing the river closer to flood. Stage wall says that parts of the national mall the old town neighborhood in alexandria virginia and the george washington memorial parkway already have flooding problems. And they're likely to get worse. So there's a broad range of infrastructure and other treasures here in the washington region that can be at risk

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Sudan declares state of emergency over deadly floods

Freakonomics Radio

03:59 min | 6 months ago

Sudan declares state of emergency over deadly floods

"Sudan has declared a three month state of emergency after unusually heavy seasonal rains that have led to flooding and loss of life and left tens of thousands of people homeless. Tenaga Chip Coto is deputy director of the UN's humanitarian agency Gauche in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. They're flooding has affected over half a million people and then houses that have been totally partially damaged or collapse was over 100,000. So you can you can tell this quite big is affecting the whole country. But it hasn't to say this is the flood period for her, too, But they say it has been way above the norm. So that's why I'm having this impact currently, and it's the flooding caused by hours of torrential rain or or the flooding of the river Nile. It's both. It's both. So if you look at the western parts of the country that's been affected is more your your flash flooding and you get rain's coming incident but also upstream and when the action for blue now is utopia so intimate, so Pia impacting us quite a lot. AM River Banks being briefed, for instance, the Luminal midst the wet now, which is in factual, that area is overflowing and affecting a large area in hunting itself. And those people who have lost their homes, both local residents, and of course, I would imagine lots of refugees and internally displaced people who've lost their shelter. What provisions is being made for them. So before the rains is mentioned, we have joined season so every year we prepared beforehand we preposition our stocks in strategic areas. So areas where you have your displaced people. As you know, Sudan is about more troubling people at this place because ofthe conflict we have drifted. Jesus. Well, bumping one million refugees in Sudan is well and also in certain areas where we know that flood in the regular basis. So the stocks have them The only challenge you having these days that the rains have been way more. Then we expected so as a result, this talk that we had preposition now running law. We all scores a second. And imagine the health system mistress as well. When you have your reins, people need your your medical medical support, but also looking at issues around your your cholera. When there's rain get cholera. You also have your malaria. Making sure people get water to drink is also a big issue in some areas that are flooded. Schools have been flooded and Children to go back to school. So there are a lot of things that are going on most people who are affected along the river. Now they're seeking shelter with strangers, relatives and then is only the ones that do not money to go to friend's urges, or we're friends relate to that as well. Those are the ones that have been sheltered, using tense or you know the concrete buildings. Is there? Um, any silver lining to this particular dark cloud all the rains welcoming away after a period all the drought. The rain's always always bring in good myself. Agriculture. And also for animals. It means that I wasn't able to have grazing land. But right now we don't know what's more. Is it away the stage where it has caused a lot of damage for the compliments because there are some crops that underwater so The impact is yet to assist. As you can imagine. The focus right now is to measure that lives are saved. But that said, I think this is all happened in a country where the economy is that performing too well. It's been in decline for quite a while. We have coffee like any other country. There's competition in the cases of over there around 13,000 cases and slept over 800. Kids were also having a not breaking polio, so a lot of things that are going on and this is adding a layer off neat. We have not seen the end of the rings, so we expect more flooding for the next two or three weeks. Soldiers stop point is really required.

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Trump criticizes a Texas border wall segment that is said to be eroding, claiming that it was constructed to make him 'look bad'

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Trump criticizes a Texas border wall segment that is said to be eroding, claiming that it was constructed to make him 'look bad'

"Trump is criticizing a privately built border wall project in South Texas. As NPR's Joel Rose reports the stretch of wall near the Rio Grande shows signs of erosion a few months after being built. President Trump took to Twitter to complain that the privately built border wall was quote on Ly done to make me look bad, even though the wall was built after a month's long campaign by the president's supporters. A group calling itself we build. The wall raised more than $25 million after Congress refused to fund trumps demands for a border wall. The three mile section stands much closer to the Rio Grande than the government ordinarily places border barriers. Propublica and the Texas Tribune reported this week that erosion of the river Bank is threatening the wall's integrity. It was built by Fisher Industries, which has since one a border wall contract from the federal government worth more than a $1,000,000,000.

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Be very careful when planting any kind of willow in the yard

Your Gardening Questions

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Be very careful when planting any kind of willow in the yard

"You've talked about willow in the past. Joyce throw up the caution sign. Yes because it's got to be careful where you put them exactly because they they are a takeover type that is their nature They love riverbanks. And things like that so you can put them not in the water but darn close you could use them functionally and it is done. In terms of controlling waterways where willows of different types are literally stuck dry stem so to speak down in the mud or the soil At the edge of a river bank and then on up and they'll take grooten. Hold the riverbank in police. So yeah it'd be a little careful of them and I I have a short story on that Be Sure you put in a spot that you can either remove other things around it. So you feature the willow or constantly. Use Your loppers on the willow to keep it down in size I was dealing with a client. One time about one thing out in front of his house he says. Say Well you guys are here. Can they dig out or can they take out these willows in my backyard? I walked around the house fell. They were eighteen. Twenty feet high. There were seven to ten stems each. Yeah stems up to two and a half inches in diameter and He is well. Yeah we can get those out of here for how much and I told him. I think maybe three hundred bucks. This is a long time ago. Three hundred is a lot more money. Yeah Well Oh lord on the kid down the street take care of those. The kid down the street did he cut them all off at the ground. They grew eighteen to twenty feet again next year. Then we went back and we laughed about it but it was no less than that to dig them out and get rid of them. The next time

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Rockets 'hit US embassy' in Iraq capital amid anti-gov't protests

Rush Limbaugh

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Rockets 'hit US embassy' in Iraq capital amid anti-gov't protests

"Five rockets crashed into a river bank near the US embassy in Baghdad's heavily fortified green zone today say US officials no injuries or serious damage they say and no word on from where the rockets came one protester was killed by security forces after hundreds of anti government protesters flooded the streets of Iraq's capital in southern provinces today defying a powerful Iraqi religious leader who recently withdrew his support from the popular anti corruption economic

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"river bank" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"river bank" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Now Modesto police make arrest after a threat against a high school was made on social media according to Modesto police nineteen year old Robert my he up posted the thread on Snapchat against any high school the post and rumors spread on social media Tuesday night the teen from river bank was arrested early this morning a young marine is suing the owner and manager of an outdoor mall north of San Diego over the death of his new wife Jim repairs more twenty three year old marine John pick on this new wife twenty two year old robin were out with friends dancing at the coyote bar and grill at the village fair mall in Carlsbad about thirty five miles north of San Diego now according to the lawsuit Pinkham quote young in love and newlyweds and quote was carrying his wife as they went back to the car he tripped on a pothole in the parking lot fell forward because his wife to hit her head on the pavement he too was hurt but also describes the parking lot is poorly lit uneven and written with potholes robin paying him was rushed to the hospital where she died five days later calls to the mall for comment have not been returned Jim rope Los Angeles Fresno county is facing legal action over a policy that keeps convicted sex offenders from living near schools or parks a Sacramento based attorney is representing a man in court documents referred to as John Doe he lives in an RV but wants to move into Fresno county the county board of supervisors discuss the lawsuit in a closed session on Tuesday but took no action the case will be heard in Fresno county Superior Court on March twenty fourth Wall Street is currently up ten points twelve thirty one A. K. M. J. valley weather right now partly cloudy sixty one at Radio City hitting a high today of sixty four we're gonna see more sunshine but then increasing cloudiness this evening a low of.

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"river bank" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"river bank" Discussed on KCRW

"To clear debris foster therefore define parts of the river bank to prevent the next flood from washing away more lands in all the villages folks planting trees to slow down flash floods they're also installing only monitoring systems one village Coleman is waiting for the wind to fund a supporting role to block the path of Iglesia that threatens to flood and wash them away a resident Russian he's only got one name says in some villages with Iglesias of dried up they're trying to grow new ones using a local technique the matting process the mating process he says they might male and female places in Glacier grafting you must have male and female last year the glaciers which is which is covered by mark on other materiel that tunes man the glaciers which is clean that too is he says residents collect hundreds of pounds of laci lice and transported to a shady mountainside with I hope it will take root and form a new place yeah so it's like you could planted and it will grow if Google within five years scientists I spoke to say there's no proof that it works but it shows how desperate residents saw and they confused like panel that farmer the hot you valley I think maybe start a lot more CD just says she's unsure full their efforts to lessen the severity of the next level work Justin to look up a local to level up she says she's not sure if it's worth staying on the land if she has to live in fear of it do you have date NPR news the hunter valley and you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news this is doctor Michael Wilkes with a second opinion Ernestine is a seventeen year old homeless woman.

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Families are living on the front line of climate change in Vietnam

BBC World Service

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Families are living on the front line of climate change in Vietnam

"Is one of the world's most vulnerable countries to climate change is already having a huge impact on the lives of those in the Mekong Delta the agricultural heartland of the country and home to twenty percent of the country's population actually John Baptiste went to meet the families living on the frontline of climate change. with rising sea levels posted immersion and salt water intrusion destroying farmland climate change is a reality here in Vietnam families across the Mekong Delta face in an increasingly desperate situation we met young phone long and his wife and so trying a coastal province that has been particularly impacted by erosion. most some in the middle of the night two buildings on their property collapse. around the corner from where the main house used to be the couple have bill to Tempe shelter outs of corrugated iron she's with waterproof toppling covering their belongings in law now we don't know yet I will yeah I got to hang with we haven't had a sound night's sleep since all houses collapsed we may move far away from this area it's scary to live on the river bank and that's exactly what's happening eighteen million people currently live in the Mekong Delta. according to Vietnamese government statistics one point three million people left the delta region in the last ten years less than three hundred thousand arrived study it's van line university in Vietnam found that fifteen percent of those leave in moved because of climate change this is the two leads he came one one of the authors of the study. the impact of climate change the selloff. we have a problem now with life drying and high temperature lens line and flooding and many people they have no job and even they have known will house too late increasingly families who feel unable to cope with the changes choosing to leave the delta in an attempt to find more stability in cities like coaching men okay and so. somebody this parts of a government program designed to help vulnerable families we locate others we've independently like this couple noon ten mark and his wife lead see not clan tell the night of the move on my own many years ago a we lived happily in our hometown we could make a living for agriculture later it was more difficult to find just the salt water and acidic soil we lost our crops for that reason we moved to the city hall stop this bike washing business but this isn't an option for everyone more than three quarters of people in the me compelled to work in agriculture so the livelihood some intrinsically linked to environmental changes is creating an impossible situation for some even if climate changes creates impressed when their homes or jobs that concerned over prospects elsewhere. what happens here in Vietnam isn't unique the World Bank estimates that I have a one hundred and forty million people could be internally displaced by twenty fifty because of climate change.

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"river bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time is seven thirty four. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. We're learning more. Now about the damage from the cyclone that hit southern Africa late last week. It was so large that it affected multiple African nations. So large that a United Nations officials speculated could rank among the worst weather related disasters ever recorded in the southern hemisphere. A different United Nations officials on the ground in Mozambique today, we found Gerald Burke as you're going to hear inside a crowded room at an airport. It's the location of a command center, and one of the few places that still has electricity in the city of Beira. Not a building has been unclenched power lines are down. This hotel communications the water system is out of commission. There are lots of displays equal housing is of them sheltering in schools and church. They are getting some help they need a lot more. How large? A city is this by which I mean, how many people are perhaps now in desperate need of help. And the numbers are very very difficult to estimate the scale of the is just impossible. It's been very difficult to get out because it has been raining constantly for the last weeks. The roads are blocked, but a collie who has over stone. Some of the areas on barren told me about a particular inland ocean as you called it caused by a river banks. He said it was the by sixty kilometers an area. And what he saw was he'd hold on rooftops on elevated land evidence, desperate them have been airlifted from those places, but many. More are still there and many others are unaccounted now over this somewhat uncertain phone line. I believe you said that there was a single flooded area. Fifty by sixty kilometers. How developed was this city before the disaster the infrastructure, the roads, the bridges that the communications and so forth. It's the fourth largest city in mo-. It's also a port city, and it's a gateway are many countries in eastern southern Africa. So it was commercially thriving a busy place, and now it's gonna take months if not longer for the people sitting recover from this can the port function and the ports reopened yesterday. So does that create a potential way to get significant amounts of aid and given a few days or a few weeks, it doesn't need, but obviously speed is very very necessary. Planes are being mobilized of works. Luke program is in re MIA transport helicopters, but we've got to move fast. And of course, because such a large areas loaded boats are also vital to are being mobilized, you mentioned three transport helicopters. I'm sure they can carry a lot of food. But if we're thinking about a city full of hungry people, that's really not very much food at all. How do you get more in? This effort requires all hands to come. There are lots of aid agencies here, come in many dedicated people, we are working with governments parking the government, this has to be a massive enterprise. It gives the needs, Mr Burke. Thank you so much. Really? Appreciate it. Thanks to you. Take care. Gerald Burke is a spokesperson for the UN World Food Program. He is in the city of Beira in Mozambique in the wake of a cyclone on Sunday in Thailand that country behold its first general election since the military seized power in twenty fourteen coup. Few expect the vote to be free or fair. In fact, critics say the election could cement the military's role in politics for decades to come. Michael Sullivan starts his report in Bangkok..

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"river bank" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on Tara Brach

"So there's an invitation to keep exploring this when blame comes up. Well, if I wasn't blaming what what I have to feel. Is there something I'm unwilling to feel? So you can continue explore that on your own sit with your eyes closed or open. Blaming feeling punishing towards another. Not only does it block the vulnerability. But it's really blocking the one place that needs a tension that can lead to healing. There's a. Story sauna movie, it's called drowning man's trial ritual that an African tribe has where if somebody commits a murder the family of the person killed goes down to a river Bank. In the person that committed the murder is their hands are tied. Their legs are tied and they're thrown into this river, and the family has to choose whether to let the murderer drown are to save them. And it said that if they let the murder drowned, they'll get Justice, but no healing. But if they say, they agree to save the the murder, they say that then they'll begin this long process of healing. And the understanding is that vengeance is a lazy form of grief. Vengeance is a lazy form of grief. It's a lazy form of working with fear. Working with hurt when we act out of blame. We can't pay attention to the unmet needs inside us that really need attention. So it like to do now is is explore the three basic steps when we're deepening attention that help us turn blame into a portal for freedom, and awakening and healing. And I thought the way I'd do it is to show these these steps through a story. I thought I'd share a personal story of one of the I've only been blaming maybe three or four times in my life. One of those times. Now, this story involves Jonathan I wanna tell you that I mentioned to him that I was going to share this Sarah story with you about him tonight. And his response was watch out. I'm giving a talk tomorrow night..

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"river bank" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The time of the miracle was very close at hand when the littlest angel. Last decided on his gift. On that day of days. He proudly brought it from its hiding place behind the cloud. With downcast is placed before the throne a guy. It was only a small rat unsightly box. Inside. Those wonderful things, but even child of God would transfer. small rock. Slightly by. Lying among all those other glorious gifts from all the angels of paradise. Gifts of such rare and radiant splendor and breakfast. That heaven and all the universe were lighted by the mere reflection of their glory. When the littlest angel saw. He suddenly knew that his gift. God's child was Reverend. And he devoutly wished that he might reclaim your shabby gift. It was it was worthless. Own could hide it away from the sight of God before it was even noticed. But it was too late. The hand of God move slowly overall, the bright array of Shannon gifts. Then paused dropped. Then came to rest. I'm the lonely gift to the littlest angel. The littlest angel trembled is the boxers. Okay. Before the eyes of God. And all his heavenly host was what he offered to the Christ child. And what was his gift the blessed him? Well, there was a butterfly with golden wings captured one bright semi day on the high hills over Jerusalem. Sky-blue away from a bird's nest in an olive tree. Shade his mother's kitchen door. Yes. And to hide stones found on the muddy river Bank where he and his friends have played like small Brown beavers. And at the bottom of the box. Olympic tooth, Mark leather strap. Once worn the collar by his mongrel dog. Who had died as he had lived. Absolute love infinite devotion..

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"river bank" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on KTRH

"Jesus. Do you love me? You do you love me. But the littlest angel was woefully wanting and musical talent. And then he grew tremendously excited over writing prayer, a prayer that would live forever in the hearts of mainly because it would be the first prayer ever to be heard by the Christ child. Earn. Do you? The littlest angel was lamentably lacking in literary skill. What what? Could a small angel given that would please the holy infant. The time of the miracle was very close in hand. When the littlest angel at last decided on his gift and them on the day of days. He proudly brought it from its hiding place behind the cloud and humbly with downcast is placed it before the throne of God. It was only a small rough unsightly box. But inside we're all those wonderful things that even a child of God would treasure a small rough unsightly box lying them on all those other glorious gifts from all the angels of paradise gifts of such rare, and radiant splendor and breathless beauty that heaven and all the universe was lighted by the mere reflection of their glory. And win the littlest angel saw this. He suddenly knew that his gift to God's child was irreverent. And he devoutly wish that that he might reclaim his shabby gift it it was ugly. It was worthless. If only he could hide it from the sight of God before it was even noticed, but it was too late. The hand of God was slowly moving over all the bright array of fine gifts, then paused. Then dropped. Then came to rest on the lowly gift of the littlest angel. The littlest angel trembled is the box was open. There before the eyes of God. And all his heavenly host was what he offered to the Christ child, and what was his gift to the blessed infant? Well, there was a butterfly. With golden wings. Captured one bright summer day. The high hills above Julius. A sky blue from a bird's nest in the tree that stood to shade his mother's kitchen. Yes. Two white stones found in the muddy river Bank. Where he and his friends had played like small Brown bieber's. And at the bottom of the box Lynch. Tooth Mark leather strap once sworn as a color by his little dog who had died as he had lived. Absolutely love an infant devotion. The littlest angel wept. Top bitter tears for now he knew that instead of honoring the son of God he had been most blasphemous. Why? Why have you ever thought the box was so wonderful? Why did he ever dreamed that such utterly useless? Things would be loved by the blessed. Terry turned to run and hide from the divine wrath of the heavenly father, and he stumbled and fell. And we'll horrified Quayle. On a platter of halo rolled in a ball of consummate misery at the very foot of the heavenly throne. There was an ominous.

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"river bank" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back to our to the show. I'm Nick miles a whole cruise in the studio here with me. It's Jen also Chris and Ryan. You don't. Okay. Good week. Good week. Yeah. You had a good week. I absolutely exhausted. I bet I haven't seen you in a while. I left on Saturday. Last week. We we recorded last week's show left on Saturday. Headed to Paris spend the afternoon in Paris, then got a private jet to Lago in Portugal, and then from Lago we drove the Jagua pace around Lago stayed the night. There went to the track. The next day. Drove on the track the following day. Drove the vehicles went back to the we see different hotels every night by the way, Portugal. Some of the most incredible food I've ever tasted in my life. And when I was in the hotel the weirdest thing this is so not an automative story. But it was kind of cool. So the hotels everything in was very white. Right because they reflect the sun because it gets so hot out there on the coast. So all houses are painted white all the hotel rooms everything is completely white. It's Allstone try and keep it cooler all the walls a Bill to Whitestone. The very cool thing is in the shower instead of having those little plastic bottles of shampoo and conditioner. They had Mason jars with it did. So I'm in a wet shower with water running, and I have to pick up a stone. Jaw tip it on my head. And I'm like this could go horribly horribly wrong. It didn't the other thing is Europeans need to need to get air conditioning going. I'm just saying like, I was in the hotel in Paris. And it was ninety degrees in Paris. It was hot. And I mean you walking through Charles de Gaulle airport. It was like ninety degrees in the airport. I mean when you're hauling bags and you're wearing a leather jacket. There was there was you could tell exactly where I'd been. There was like a wet drippy trail through the airport where I did a little sluggish. My favorite thing about it is I got to got to go to Starbucks and buy myself a Paris. Starbucks must. That was really not going on Autodromo in an eye pace. That was nothing that was my favorite part about. Okay. But we got to take actually my favorite part about driving. The I pace was not going onto the racetrack. Favorite part was off roading with it. This is an electric SUV at. So we had this one portion they said you've reached so first of all they tried to trick. As and say, hey, the road ahead has been closed. We we've gone alternate route. You'll have to go this won't be like. Yeah. Like, okay. We'll we'll play the game. We'll follow whatever we took this. Right. Had ten of a road. You know? And he says the only way we can get you through as you just have to go down to this river area and tell the then get down to the show you the way to go. So we drove down this river Bank and got to the bottom of the we're kind of stock the road is closed ahead of us. So you're gonna have to turn left and drive through the river sweets, and I'm an electric car could go wrong. Tires and he said oh put the front camera on. So you can see the wake the car makes like are. You kidding me? Like this is. So I got down to the river bed. Mehta laughed and just drove through the river and the front cameras on you saw the wake and everything and he like, this is an electric SUV. So I posted a lot on social media about how much I love this vehicle offroad kicked butt on the track kicked by the coolest thing about the. I mean, there's a million really cool things about it. Seventy thousand dollars two hundred and forty miles zero to sixty and five four point five seconds, which is super fast for an SUV at super super fast lake electric SUV right that there's a million cool things about this vehicle. But the coolest thing about it is they created a spaceship sound on the inside of the vehicle because it has no noise because it's completely silent. All you can hear his road noise. When you put your foot down. It sounds like you're in one of those vehicles from judge Dredd is like. It is like being in a SCI fi movie. So accord, are we could probably actually show you you wanna you wanna play the sound Ryan go ahead and play the sound. You see? That's what the.

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"river bank" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back to our two of the show. I'm Nick miles a whole cruise in the here with me. It's Jen also Chris and Ryan. You don't. Okay. Good week. Good week. Yeah. You had a good week. I am absolutely exhausted. I bet I haven't seen you in a while. Yeah. I left on Saturday. Last week. We we recorded last week show left on Saturday headed to Paris spent the afternoon in Paris, then got a private jet to logo in Portugal, and then from Lago we drove the Jagua I pace around Lago stayed the night. There went to the track the next day. Drove on the track the following day. Joe vehicles went back to the we see different hotels every night by the way, Portugal. Some of the most incredible food I've ever tasted in my life. And when I was in the hotel the weirdest thing this is so not an automative story. But it was kind of cool. So the hotels everything in Portugal's, very white right because they reflect the psalm because it gets so hot out there on the coast. So all houses a painted white all the hotel rooms everything is completely white. It's all to try and keep it cooler all the walls Bill to Whitestone. The very cool thing is in the shower instead of having those little plastic. Bottles of shampoo and conditioner. They had Mason jars with it in. So I'm in a wet shower with water running, and I have to pick up a stone. Jaw tip it on my head. And I'm like this could go horribly horribly wrong. It didn't the other thing is Europeans need to need to get air conditioning going. I'm just saying like, I was in the hotel in Paris. And it was ninety degrees in Paris. It was hot. And I mean you walking through Charles to go apple it was like ninety degrees in the airport. I mean when you're hauling bags and you're wearing a leather jacket. There was you could tell exactly where I'd been. There was like a wet drippy trail. The airport a little sluggish. My favorite thing about it is I got to got to go to Starbucks and buy myself a Paris. Starbucks must. That was really not going on Autodromo in an eye pace. That was nothing. Right. That was my favorite part about. Okay. But we got to take actually my favorite part about driving. The I pace was not going onto the racetrack. My favorite part was off roading with it. This is an electric SUV at. So we had this one portion they said you reach supposed to will they try to trick. As and say the road ahead has been closed. We we've gone alternate route you'll have to go. Yeah. Like, okay. We'll we'll play the game will fly whatever we took this right had ten of a dirt road. And he says the only way we can get you through as you just have to go down to this river area and tell the then get down to the guy I'll show you the way to go. So we drove down this river Bank and got to the bottom of the guy goes where we're kind of stock the road is closed ahead of us. So you're gonna have to turn left and drive through the river sweets, and I'm an electric car. Go wrong. Tires and he said, oh and put the front camera on. So you can see the wake the car makes of like, are you kidding me? Like this is. So I got down to the riverbed made a laughed and just drove through the river and the cameras on you saw the wake and everything and you like this is an electric SUV. So I posted a lot on social media about how much I love this vehicle off road kicked butt on the track kicked by the coolest thing about the. I mean, there's a million really cool things about seventy thousand dollars two hundred and forty miles zero to sixty five point four point five seconds, which is super fast for an SUV and super super phosphate electric SUV. Right. There's a million cool things about this vehicle. But the coolest thing about it is they created a spaceship sound on the inside of the vehicle because it has no noise because it's completely silent. And all you can hear his road noise. When you put your foot down. It sounds like you're in one of those vehicles of judge Dredd is like. It is like being in a fi movie. So cool..

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"river bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Paid a greater price. You wipe out the biodiversity both the fish and other aquatic biodiversity all of the right Perry and vegetation along the river. Banks. You have all the traditional people in the Amazon indigenous people all live along the river in depend on her everything, and they lose that. So even if you give them my house somewhere and so forth. You have a tremendous social impact because they've lost their means of livelihood. And they don't have the skills to get a job in an urban environment. And so forth. According to professor, Philip the environmental issues about mega downs. Don't just end there though, although widely scenes a source of clean energy dams have been found to play as much we're rolling climate change as fossil fuels, particularly in the tropics rainforests has. And the trees that are sticking out of the water often. Caso de que and carbon in them turns into greenhouse gases, and you have carbon in the soil as well. Plus, everything that grows in the water, always Washington and a lot of that will produce methane, which is much more powerful greenhouse gas, then CO two, and it's aghast that has a big impact on the short term, which makes it very important for controlling climate. We're going to meet what was agreed to in the Paris accords. What really counts as what happens in the next twenty years. Not not what happens over the next hundred years, which is the way people have been comparing these different gases, for example, comparing fossil fuels with dams fossil fuels emit almost CO two. If you compare a ton of methane with the town of CO two looking at twenty years, it takes eighty six tons of CO two equal one ton of methane in terms of impact on global warming. According to last IPC report that means that you have a much higher impact and is being recognized for hydroelectric dams on global warming..

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President Trump, US And New York discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump, US And New York discussed on 24 Hour News

"New York border patrol agents, shot tear gas at several hundred migrants who tried to cross into the US. Yesterday, those migrants push past Mexican police climbed fences and crossed the river Bank to get to the border. There's video posted by Guatemalan journalist appears to show them running from the gas customs and border patrol said several of its agents were hit by projectiles thrown by the migrants. Mexican authorities arrested thirty nine migrants and anyone found trying to breach the border will be deported. President Trump says he's willing to shut down the government over funding for a

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"river bank" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"By theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. It's the Monday morning after thanksgiving. And a lot of people are still trying to get home from the holiday. There's a blizzard warning across a big chunk of the mid west where more than seven hundred flights are canceled over two thousand delayed more than one hundred fifty car accidents have been reported in Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska WC. Oh, TV meteorologist Lisa meadow says the system is on the move, and we are talking about the possibility of saving up to one foot of snow for locations like New Hampshire. Also looking out to main all this continuing into Tuesday night, a protest by dozens of migrants, the US border in Tijuana devolve into chaos here CBS Laura Podesta border patrol agents, shot tear gas at several hundred migrants who tried to cross into the US yesterday. Those migrants push past Mexican police climbed fences and cross the river Bank to get to the border. This video posted by Guatemalan. Journalists appears to show them running from the gas customs and border patrol said several of its agents were hit by projectiles thrown by the migrants setter made babies or a dangerous human experiment a researcher in China claims. He's made the world's first genetically edited babies university of Pennsylvania. Dr Karen Moosa Nuru says it's neither more nor ethical. We still have a lot of work to do to prove and establish that the procedure is actually safe. The chinese. Scientists says he used a powerful new tool to alter embryos for fertility treatments with one successful pregnancy that resulted in Quin girls who may be.

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"river bank" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"On the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. It's the Monday morning after thanksgiving. And a lot of people are still trying to get home from the holiday. There's a blizzard warning across a big chunk of the midwest where more than seven hundred flights are canceled over two thousand delayed more than one hundred fifty car accidents have been reported in Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska WBZ TV meteorologist, Lisa meadow says the system is on the move, and we are talking about the possibility of saving up to one foot of snow for locations like New Hampshire. Also looking out to main all this continuing into Tuesday night, a protest by dozens of migrants at the US border in Tijuana devolves into chaos here. CBS Laura Podesta border patrol agents shot tear gas at several hundred migrants who tried to cross into the US yesterday. Those migrants push past Mexican police climbed fences and cross the river Bank to get to the border. Video posted by Guatemalan. Journalists appears to show them running from the gas customs and border patrol said several of its agents were hit by projectiles thrown by the migrants setter made babies or a dangerous human experiment a researcher in China claims. He's made the world's first genetically edited babies university of Pennsylvania. Dr Moosa Nuru says it's neither more nor ethical. We still have a lot of work to do to prove and establish that the procedure is actually safe. The Chinese scientists says he used a powerful new tool to alter embryos for fertility treatments with one successful pregnancy that.

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"river bank" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Sponsored by progressive insurance. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. It's the Monday morning after thanksgiving. And a lot of people are still trying to get home from the holiday. Here's a blizzard warning across a big chunk of the mid west where more than seven hundred flights are canceled over two thousand delayed more than one hundred fifty car accidents have been reported in Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska WC CEO TV meteorologist, Lisa meadow says the system is on the move, and we are talking about the possibility of saving up to one foot of snow for locations like New Hampshire. Also looking out to main all this continuing into Tuesday night, a protest by dozens of migrants at the US border in Tijuana devolve into chaos here CBS is Laura Podesta border patrol agents shot tear gas at several hundred migrants. He tried to cross into the US yesterday. Those migrants push past Mexican police climbed fences and cross the river Bank to get to the border. This video posted by a Guatemalan. Journalists appears to show them running from the gas customs and border patrol said several of its agents were hit by projectiles thrown by the migrant centre made babies or a dangerous, human experiment. A researcher in China claims. He's made the world's first genetically edited babies university of Pennsylvania. Dr Moosa new route says it's neither more nor ethical. We still have a lot of work to do to prove and establish that the procedure is actually safe Chinese. Scientists says.

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"river bank" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. It's the Monday morning after thanksgiving. And a lot of people are still trying to get home from the holiday. Here's a blizzard warning across a big chunk of the mid west where more than seven hundred flights are canceled over two thousand delayed more than one hundred fifty car accidents have been reported in Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska, oh, TV meteorologist Lisa meadow says the system is on the move, and we are talking about the possibility of saving up to one foot of snow for locations like New Hampshire. Also looking out to main all this continuing into Tuesday night, a protest by dozens of migrants, the US border in Tijuana devolves into chaos here. CBS Laura Podesta border patrol agents shot tear gas at several hundred migrants. He tried to cross into the US yesterday. Those migrants push past Mexican police climbed fences and cross the river Bank to get to the border. Video posted by Guatemalan. Journalists appears to show them running from the gas customs and border patrol said several of its agents were hit by projectiles thrown by the migrants, Fedor made babies or a dangerous, human experiment. A researcher in China claims. He's made the world's first genetically edited babies university of Pennsylvania. Dr Karen Mussa Nuru says it's neither more nor ethical. We still have a lot of work to do to prove and establish that the procedure is actually safe Chinese. Scientists says he used a powerful new tool to alter embryos for fertility treatments with one successful pregnancy that resulted in Quin girls who may.

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"river bank" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on KOMO

"Buildings in water failing infrastructure unique. To Europe in two thousand seven a bridge collapsing in Minneapolis, killing thirteen this morning officials saying what had been underway, when the collapse happens on this remains rescue operation were told officials have said to us that one side of the river Bank has, been searched. The other. Is being looked at today many people still hoping, for some good news ABC's Julia, MacFarlane reporting tesla has, been hit with multiple lawsuits after CEO Elon Musk announced a plan to take The company private the lawsuits, allege must may have committed securities violations by artificially inflating, prices after he. Tweeted on August seventh that he was considering taking the. Company private and that funding to do so was quote secured however that may have created a sticky situation for musk as it appears those funds. May not actually have been, locked up yet shares of tesla jumped eleven percent on the news raising the company's value by six billion, dollars but now as it seems the word secured might have been overstating things those gains have, been wiped out in the stock continues, to drop, Mark Remillard ABC news New York from, ABC news Tech Trends like, it or not Google is tracking your movements even when you explicitly tell them not to many Google services on iphones and Android devices continue to track and store your location data computer researchers at Princeton. Say that apps like Google maps will. Display your minute by minute location history in a time line seems like a pretty clear cut case of a company. Saying one thing that they allow user To turn off location tracking and doing a different, than Allen Butler with the electronic privacy information. Center says this is uniquely, sensitive data in particular cell phone location data. With carry cell phones with us everywhere we go every day he says the only way, to protect our data may, be to regulate what can be. Collected and stored in the. Same way that you know as automobiles became more proliferated and there were accidents that we decided that we don't want people dying in, car accidents and we're, gonna instant wants safety regulations with Tech Trends I'm Todd ant ABC. News you know it's always summer's ending find out how to make the best memories this Labor, Day weekend afterward from our partner.

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Hillsborough River, Tampa and Bridge Shakila Denson discussed on AM Tampa Bay

AM Tampa Bay

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Hillsborough River, Tampa and Bridge Shakila Denson discussed on AM Tampa Bay

"A now heard on ninety six point seven. FM So the big local, story this morning unfortunately and, we, we, started, talking, about this story yesterday evening on PM Tampa. Bay because that's that's about the time that it broke A four year old girl died yesterday after her mother threw her into the Hillsborough river multiple witnesses reported seeing the incident near four PM on the West Bank. North of the Columbus drive. Bridge Shakila Denson twenty six years old waited about half way. Across the, river and tossed her daughter gyro Daniels. Four year old in the water that's what witnesses told police then she turned around and walked back to the, river Bank rescue divers, plunged in about a half hour later rescuers could be heard over a police. Radio frequency in route to Saint Joseph's Hospital with an unconscious child police chief Tampa police chief Brian Dugan said the girl down, about seventy five feet offshore did not survive. An autopsy will determine the. Cause of the child's death Denson now faces a charge of, first, degree. Murder joining us in studio nine seventy WFL a, legal. Analyst Felix, Vega so let's step through this there are a couple of different charges that the mothers facing right right and we We only..

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"river bank" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on Here & Now

"Okay. Well, let's have a go at this and I've got Google translate up in front of me and I will go ahead and say what you just said, and let's see how it does. So I'm going to translate from English to French here, and I'll say if the baby doesn't like the milk boil it. Mandalay fence? Nope, we. Okay. So there you go. And then this is a do German since you're joining us from Germany right now. I'd like to go to the river Bank to take out some money, eight hundred again, it's influence refunding Ahmed fascinates. When did it get that right? Yes, it's kind of amazing that it can do that so quickly into into so many different languages language. I've never even heard of on this thing. All right. Yes. So it does simply by learning that Bank has to be translated as the riverbank and by using the word river. Just prior to the word Bank, it knows which one to pick a simply by the inherent statistics of the woods in the word sequences and the neural took Niks really do this rather. Well. The thing that we find is particularly good with Newell translation if you have what is called long distance reordering. So for example, we have in German sentence to propose a date right then in German, that means the would to propose is Forshaw logging. But the German language is a bit perverse in the sense that if you embed this in a whole sentence, people stripped that prefix Fulla they strip it off and put it away at the end of the sentence. And without the prefix four schlage means to beat somebody right. So. When you have in language. Sometimes the woods between the two languages appearing opposite ends of the sentence. That's statistics had a lot of trouble. What's the biggest disadvantage of this technology at this point? So in general, I think machine translation still is rather sentence based. So if you do what what you just did is a push button and say, a single sentence we have developed. In fact, actually how we were the first to develop such speech to speech translation system. But in all of these cases, what simplifies it is you push the button and then you do one sentence. One sentence only right when you do an anti Electra than you obviously have to keep going. You don't know where the sentence begins word ends. You have to insert periods automatically. You have a lot of disfluencies you know, when you have when people stutter a lot. And that remains still a research issue depending on how. Fragmented and how disfluent people talk. The translation sometimes is equivalent awkward, and that's not only because of the translation, but because the way people speak, that's, of course, for spoken translation in the case of text. Also, one of the big issues is logic context to take into consideration an entire story right when we as humans tell stories, we really know a lot that is about assumptions about how you know movie develops or how a story goes. And we use this in in order to intelligently translating sentence into the other language, a machine that only looks at individuals sentences doesn't. And so again, most of the time it works remarkably well even sentence base, but inserting circumstances, you really need to look a broader context. Then a third area of concern where things are still limited. Is to have more contextualized customized translation, so it will produce the same output, irrespective of who you're talking to is male female children, whether it's your boss or your your body at the at the bar, and we as Uman's really talk very differently depending on the situation that you find ourselves..

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"river bank" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on Here & Now

"Okay. Well, let's have a go at this and I've got Google translate up in front of me and I will go ahead and say what you just said, and let's see how it does. So I'm going to translate from English to French here, and I'll say if the baby doesn't like the milk boil it. It'd be named ballet fits, Nope, we. Okay. So there you go. And then this is do German since you're joining us from Germany. Right now I'd like to go to the river Bank to take out some money. Eight hundred again, it's influence again Ahmed first gates. When did it get that right? Yes, it's kind of amazing that it can do that so quickly into into so many different languages language. I've never even heard of on this thing. All right, yes. So it does simply by learning that Bank has to be translated as a river Bank and by using the river. Just prior to the word Bank, it knows which one to pick a simply by the inherent statistics of the woods in the woods sequences and the neural techniques really do this rather. Well. The thing that we find is particularly good with Newell translation if you have what is called long distance reordering. So for example, we have in German a sentence to propose a date right then in German, that means the would to propose Fourche logging. But the German language is a bit perverse in the sense that if you embed this in a whole sentence. People strip the prefix four, they strip it off and put it away at the end of the sentence. And without the prefix four schlage means to beat somebody right. So when you have in language, sometimes the woods between the two languages appearing at opposite ends of the sentence. That's where statistics had a lot of trouble. What's the biggest disadvantage of this technology at this point? So in general, I think machine translation still is rather sentence based. So if you do what what you just did is a push button and say, a single sentence we have developed in fact actually allowed. We were the first to develop such speech to speech inflation system. But in all of these cases, what simplifies it is you push the button and then you do one sentence. One sentence only right when you do an anti elect Trump than you obviously have to keep going. You don't know where the sentence begins. The word ends. You have to periods automatically. You have a lot of disfluencies you know, when you have when people stuck a lot and that remains still a research issue depending on how fragmented in how disfluent people talk. The translation sometimes is equivalent awkward, and that's not only because of the translation, but because the way people speak, that's, of course, for spoken translation in the case of text. Also, one of the big issues is logic context to take into consideration entire story right when we as humans tell stories, we really know a lot that is about assumptions about how you know movie develops or how a story goes. And we use this in in order to intelligently translating sentence into the other language, a machine that only looks at individuals sentences doesn't. And so again, most of the time it works for mockup knee. Well, even sentence base. But in certain circumstances, you really need to look at a broader context. Then third area of concern where things are still limited is to have more contextualised or customized translation, so it will produce the same output irrespective of who you're talking to is male female children, whether it's your boss or your your body at the bar, and we as Uman's really talk very differently depending on the situation that you find ourselves..

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"river bank" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"river bank" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Water and baptisms ablutions before praise water purifies and symbolizes God's blessings It said that the prophet one so a man performing ablutions near a river who is using copious amounts he rebuked advised that we should never, wastewater even if we're using it near a, flowing river Bank to encourage equitable distribution of. Water to use it well is to respect all who have a right to it not just those, who live, in our. Neighborhoods but people who struggle thousands of miles away That was thought for the day with Mona Siddiqui it's. Nine, minutes to eight I'll biggest scientific collaborators line not across the channel but in the United States said the government's new chief scientific advisor. Yesterday while at the same time emphasizing the. Importance of maintaining scientific links with the European, Union thanks to amendment to the trade Bill which was passed yesterday? The, government will now be required to seek continued UK participation in the EU system for regulating medicines after Brexit. Well Dr Patrick balance has been the chief. Scientific adviser, just since April before that he. Was head of, research and development at the pharmacy. Giant GSK good morning to balance the morning was the result of that. Particular the vote the one relevant to the. European Medicines Agency a relief to you well I think the promise is actually being clear in the past that linking to the is an important thing the regulatory system, for medicines is obviously important keep medicine safe, and effective for the population and in general It's better to seek, harmonisation of, regulation rather than disarming this enshrines that doesn't it well I think the key thing is. That the UK has been a key part of the AMA for many years and that relationship. Is a way of keeping. A harmonization of medicines and the safety and efficacy, right so I think the industry, and many people have argued for on, time that actually trying to, keep this together is the right thing to do when you. Spoke yesterday you you made a point about how close are. Scientific links are across the Atlantic as well that a scientific collaborators are in the United States I wonder what. You, what the implications of that offer example something like Galileo which the EU has said we can't be a part of after Brexit do..

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