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"santa cruz" Discussed on THE WEEKLY DRIVER
"Uh, just to let people know if they're interested in, um, what you do and who wouldn't be, um, like I asked about the VW, uh, can you show, by the way, I want to ask it. I, we asked when we were down there that the kind of the swivel seat in the back only has one arm and you, you told us a great anecdote about trying to fix that. And after trying a few times, you said the hell of it. And now it's a, it's a one arm chair, but it's for a good reason. Yes. I mean, there's, uh, it is just in people's nature. I feel like to anytime they get a beer in them, uh, assume that they're the next Mary Loretta or Simone Biles and, uh, start to do gymnastics on a two armed swivel chair. So, uh, that happened for, you know, a couple of years and a couple welds. And I said, you know what, the captain's chair, which will always remain, uh, will now be the one armed captain. So I had to put the kvash on any more gymnastics, but I mean, it still gets a full 360 spins. And also there's flexibility. When you step into the bus, like any other bus right to the, uh, left is a lounge chair, I guess is what you'd call it. So that's the comfy chair and the other day there's bench seats and those are all comfy. And there's all kinds of sayings and different knickknacks. And it just looks like a place that, uh, gee, the next time I come to Santa Cruz, I'd sure like to cruise around in a bus and, and go on a pub crawl or whatever. And, and that's, that said that, that vehicle itself must have plenty of stories. And there's one come to mind that you could share about a certain group you took around or maybe a famous person or anything that comes to mind that you'd like to share that might give some more definition to the character of that bus. Oh my gosh. I mean, at this point, I wish that I had kept sort of a journal, like Bourdain, Anthony like no reservation situation, kitchen confidential. I've been doing it for so many years and yeah, there, the memories are expansive and there's, I mean, it's just, like you said, it's a good vibe on there. So, uh, there isn't a bad two or necessarily maybe one, okay. There is, but there isn't, uh, most of the memories just all revolve around, um, joy and reconnection and yeah, some hilarity, um, some, some inappropriateness, which you know, what happens on the Brewery Cruise stays on the Brewery Cruise. You bet. Um, I've done, yeah, I've, I've done a wake, I've done a wake on the bus, uh, which was really emotional and also really beautiful. I've had a rugby team sing their entire volume of rugby songs going all the way down to Corralitos and back and then do a score and then do a scrum on the bus. Yes. Um, while, while driving, uh, I've done bands on the bus, all, all of our, uh, sort of local bands, uh, which has been really fun where they jam out and, um, well, you know, a sunset drive down Westcliff while they're jamming out and people are singing along. Um, how neat is that? Yeah, the holiday tour. Yeah, there, there's so many, um, I, I can't, I can't even just tell you one story, but you shared a few. That's joy. That's great. I watched you like other guests when we were down there. Uh, I watched you drive and, uh, use tremendous skill. Um, what kind of, it's more like, like, I don't know if I want to say three on the tree, but what kind of transmission and, and you have to open the door. I mean, there's a lot going on most of the time, a big, a big steering wheel. And, um, was that quite a learning curve? Even though you came down, you said at 35 miles an hour, but I, I'm just speaking a lot about attorney.
"santa cruz" Discussed on THE WEEKLY DRIVER
"I had a sense that there's a community that, that works together, um, without having it too trite or, or cliche ridden that it seems to have a respect, the community down there seems to have a resurgence of, of business and for lack of a better way of saying it, people taking care of each other. Do you have a sense of that or am I overstating it? No, definitely. That's exactly what our community does. And, um, we have gone through a lot. I mean, uh, especially in the natural disaster areas with the fires two years ago and then, yeah, the, the flooding and the storms this year, but everyone always rallies and comes together. Um, it's incredible. The output and auctions and, um, just aid that people are constantly sharing and resources. So yes, we're, it's a very tight community down here and, uh, it's humbling to be a part of. That's great. Now, um, not saving the best for last night necessarily, but saving a really good other story is your, is your other bus. And, uh, I watch, I took a video, uh, and have to like true confessions. I took it while you were driving and I just think you were in the moment and you were had this big smile on your face and you were enjoying taking, taking us around and um, I had that iPhone on and it showed us kind of cruising through, um, the city and it was wonderful. And, and could you share with us the, the genesis of that bus? And it reminded me of, um, for lack of a better way of saying it, kind of an old hippie dippy bus, but all in a wonderful, all in a wonderful way. Yeah, it's like a hybrid, um, yeah, kind of Bohemian like camp. I get a lot of like, this reminds me of going to camp. Um, yeah, we, we definitely, the, the aesthetic was relaxed, vintage living room, um, beachy. We wanted it to be light and bright.
Atmospheric rivers flood California with more rain, snow
"Thousands of people are under evacuation orders in Northern California, with flooding from the latest atmospheric river. Santa Cruz county is one of the areas hard hit by this latest burst of storms called the pineapple express. In SoCal, Nick muleta tells KG OTV, a flooded creek destroyed a portion of Main Street. I've never seen the creek go actually through the road, so it's just nuts to see, you know. It's really crazy. Dozens of homes are under threat and Watsonville and Lake oroville spillways are being open to head off flooding from the reservoir. In the Bay Area, a business roof collapsed, killing a worker at a Pete's coffee distribution center. Roads are reported washed out in central California and several public parks, including Sequoia and kings canyon, are closed to visitors due to the heavy rain. I'm Jackie Quinn
"santa cruz" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids
"Welcome to bedtime stories for kids, my name is Mike and I'm super excited that you're joining me today. Are you ready for today's adventure? Today, we have a story for amadeo and Augustine who are living in California. Hi guys. Now, if you want me to create a story just for you, then simply ask any grown-up to get in touch. Speaking of grown-ups, hey grown-ups, did you know that the very best way to support this podcast is to leave a review, share these episodes with all your Friends in your family and also do you know that we publish new bedtime stories on our website almost every single day. So go check it out at bedtime stories for kids dot CO. Now, if you're ready for today's adventure, then I am also ready amadeo, augustin, I hope that you already as well. Can we all raise our right hand? And raise our left hand and count down with me in 5, four, three, two, one, let's go. It is weekend. And for amadeo and Augustine, that means that it is the best part of the week. There is no school and their dad, Mahesh also has often that means that the three of them can go and have fun at the Santa Cruz beach bar walk. So they hop in their car and it's about a 30 minute drive until they get there. Immediately from the moment they get out of the car, they can hear their music playing in the background and there's people everywhere and it looks like everybody is just in a great mode and they are having the best time ever. Luckily though it is not too busy yet and so a madeo and Agustin are getting ready for an afternoon with their dad. The boardwalk is a place where people come when they want to have some fun. They're many different types of rides that you would find in an amusement park and then there's places everywhere to go and have yummy food and snacks. And then there's places to go and play games. It's like an amusement park and a carnival all combined into this one amazing place called Santa Cruz beach boardwalk. And they walk to the entrance and amadeo Augustine and dad, they all get a wristband, and that means that they all get unlimited rides for the entire day. Oh, I'm super excited, says I'm adeo. Where do we start as Augustine? Oh, I know dad says. Why don't we start at the giant dipper? Yes, the boys both say the giant dipper is a red and white roller coaster. And it is the perfect way to start the afternoon. And as they arrive at the entrance of the ride, they're in luck because there is no line. So where do you want to sit that asks? Let's sit at the front. I'm a Leo says. And so they take a seat at the very front of the roller coaster and up they go. They scream as they go up and down and up and down. I love the giant dipper says I got in. And within minutes, they arrived back at the base, get out of the roller coaster. Again, amadeo's. Nah, Agustin says, let's go and try the double shot. And the three of them make their way. The double shot is a ride where you take a seat and then slowly you go up and up and up and up and up until you get the most amazing view of the ocean. And then the right just drops you down super fast to the ground. Oh, I'm not sure about this one, dad says, oh, come on dad, you will be fine. If we can do it, then so can you. I'm a day when augustin Bose. Okay, fine. And they all ride the double shot. Afterwards, the boys are hungry and it is time for some food. So what kind of food would you like that ask? Why want some Asian food? I'm an AO says. And he leads his brother and his dad to the boardwalk, where they have super amazing delicious, not old. I feel a bit better now dad says, awesome. Augustine says, then I think we have time for one more activity. Let's go to Neptune's kingdom and play mini golf. Oh, I'm gonna win that one. Dad says, no, you're not augustin and I'm adeo bos as they walk into Neptune's kingdom and make their way to the mini golf section. They're 18 holes for them to play and it is a tight race. Because by whole number 7, Augustine is in the lead, but then by whole number 11, it is that's who's gonna win. So when we get to a whole number 18, the final one, I'm a day it takes the lead and wins. And so the day at Santa Cruz beach boardwalk comes slowly to an end as dad, I'm a dayo and an Augustine. Make their way back to the car and drive home. Can we do this again sometime? I'm Adele asks, yes, please. Augustine says, of course, that says, I love spending time with you at the boardwalk. I'll make sure to take you both again sometime. Very, very soon. And with that, I'm gonna end today's episode. Please do share it with all your Friends and your family. I hope you had fun. Join me in the next adventure. And if you want me to create a story just for you, then simply ask any grown up to get in touch. Can not wait to create an adventure just for you..
F.D.A. Advisory Panel Recommends Pfizer Boosters for Only High-Risk Individuals
"santa cruz" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Experience heat waves that regularly reach 140 degrees. They all face more and more extreme hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes and droughts that look absolutely biblical in comparison to what we're experiencing right now. A B 13 95 would require a 90% reduction in human caused greenhouse gas emissions by 2045 from the states 1990 levels. It would require the California Air Resources Board to update planning and recommend measures to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045 maintain negative net emission. Afterwards. Napa Democrat Bill Dodd said he has 12 grandchildren. He loves very much, but the legislation needs more work. Normally, I've made it a practice never to stand up and speak against a Democratic bill. Trevor and I've never spoken against anything climate fact, I've got the highest ratings from environmental groups for my voting record in the last seven years, but the idea that if we don't pass this today, That our Children and grandchildren are going to be at risk tomorrow next year. Again is a false narrative. But I'm telling you right now, I believe in my heart that more work needs to be done on this bill. The measure around opposition from the oil industry and its allies, also from some unions, including the California Building Trades Council, Republican Brian Donnelly said the restrictions in the legislation would drive business out of the state. As I watch. Companies leave California because they can't afford to work here. And they go to states. Whether Not regulated as heavy or they go to other countries. And that's your jobs that are leaving the state. The measure had been a top priority of some climate groups. Other environmental justice groups opposed it because it would have allowed use of so called controversial carbon capture technologies to meet climate goals. The measure was made a two year bill, which means it returns in the next legislative session. I'm Eileen Alphandery for Pacifica Radio. A report by the World Bank says climate change could push more than 200 million people to move within their own countries in the next 30 years. The report examines how long term impacts of the climate crisis such as water scarcity, decreasing. Crop productivity. And rising sea levels could lead to tens of millions of what the report describes as climate migrants by the year 2050. The report did not look at the impacts of extreme weather events such as catastrophic wildfires or floods. Sub hair in sub Saharan Africa is the most vulnerable.
"santa cruz" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Lovers Rock and Delta blues. Santa Cruz Wax Museum takes a deep dive into the world of rare rhythms. Celebrating the vast world of audio obscurity. David's will bring the tunes. You just bring your ears. The Santa Cruz Wax Museum Monday afternoons at four until six p.m. only here on a case CSC. Only here on K. C S C, and also only for the next three or so weeks. I believe or two, maybe only the next two weeks. I believe that's how much of our summer program schedule we have. Remaining so be sure to catch your favorite shows, reach out here DJs and tell them how much you loved their shows and remind them that you want to hear that program this fall on our fall program schedule, which will begin I believe the last week of September if I'm not mistaken. Up. Next is a track called Who knows? Who cares by none other than local natives. This album is from 2010, which is when I was in high school, which, for some of you is like incredibly incredibly recent to be in high school and for others. It is like, Whoa. That's a while ago. Um It's the liminal space of that's what I was doing 11 years ago, was listening to this song by local natives while I was in high school. Um, and another thing that I just found in our city library while I was a rummaging around And about 15 or so minutes. George is going to be taking my seat and controlling the board. Be sure to text or call in and show him your support. It is 8314594036 collar text. I've been going down to the river, baby. Listen to.
Oklahoma NAACP Files Suit Challenging Anti-Protest Law
"Lawsuit claiming a new anti protest bill approved by lawmakers this year is unconstitutional. The Oklahoma chapter of the ACP filed the lawsuit and federal court along with the National NAACP and the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown University Law Center. The lawsuit argues the Oklahoma law was written to discourage peaceful demonstrations and that it violates the first and 14th amendments to the US Constitution. The law is set to take effect November 1st. It increases the penalties for blocking roadways. And grants motorists civil and criminal immunity if they kill or injure someone while quote fleeing from a riot. It also authorizes hefty fines for national organizations that coordinate with those sound guilty of committing crimes under the state's rioting statutes. The president of the Oklahoma State
White House Calls for State, Local Eviction Moratoriums After Supreme Court Ruling
"Advocates and court officials were gearing up today for what some fear will be a wave of addictions. Others, however, predicting it will just be a growing trickle after U. S Supreme Court action allowing the lockouts to resume. The high court's conservative majority late yesterday blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a temporary ban place because of the coronavirus pandemic. The action ends protections for about 3.5 million people in the US who say they face eviction in the next two months. The court's action does not affect the temporary bans on evictions placed by a handful of states, including California, White House Press secretary Jen Psaki said. The Treasury Department and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge today sent a letter to all governors, mayors and county officials urging them. To implement their own eviction moratoriums. President Biden would, of course, support congressional action to authorize an eviction moratorium, and the Supreme Court has now clearly outlined that as the sole way a moratorium could remain in effect now, at the same time, I think it's important to remember what our objective is here. Our objective is to keep as many people around the country in their homes as possible. Federal legislation is one way to do that. Obviously, the eviction moratorium we had have had in place and we've been issuing month to month is one way to do that. But the ER a funding that came through the American rescue plan, and it's going out to states is another way to do that, and we have asked, and we have put out today. The Department of Treasury and the secretary of It has the same impact right because it is preventing people from being kicked out of their homes. And these states have the funding thanks to the American rescue plan to get that done now, the other place that's our responsibility that we continue to focus on is working to eliminate any red tape that exists.
Rideshare Drivers React to Ruling That Prop. 22 Is Unconstitutional
Henri Lingers Over Northeast, Dropping More Rain on Saturated Ground
Face masks required inside Napa County businesses
"Napa County has become the Eighth Bay Area County to require mask wearing indoors as the Delta variant causes the new surgeon coronavirus cases. Solano County, now the only county in the Bay Area, which is not adopted that
House Lawmaker Suing Pelosi Over Mask Rule Says He Has COVID
"Republicans suing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over finds they got for not wearing mask during a U. S House session. Has contracted a breakthrough case of Covid 19 representative Ralph Norman of South Carolina tweeted. He began experiencing minor symptoms of covered tested positive for the virus. And now would quarantine for 10 days. The congressman says he's been vaccinated since February. Last week, he and representatives Marjorie Taylor green of Georgia and Thomas Massey of Kentucky's food Pelosi Saying that they're $500 fines for not wearing masks during a house vote are unconstitutional and should be resented as his
WHO Calls for Moratorium on COVID-19 Booster Shots
"Total of covid 19 cases surpassed 200 million Wednesday, the World Health Organization is calling for a moratorium on coronavirus vaccine booster shots to allow vaccine access to countries struggling to obtain their first shots. I'm
Biden Orders Tough New Vaccination Rules for Federal Workers
"Joe Biden today announced sweeping new pandemic requirements aimed at boosting vaccination rates for millions of federal workers and contractors as he lamented the American tragedy of rising yet preventable deaths among the unvaccinated Federal workers will be required to sign forms attesting. They've been vaccinated against the coronavirus or else comply with new rules on mandatory masking weekly testing. Social distancing and more. The strict new guidelines are aimed at increasing sluggish vaccination rates among huge numbers of Americans who draw federal paychecks and to set an example for private employers around the country. Christina and instead reports President Joe Biden's new mandates require federal workers be vaccinated or submit to a host of restrictions from mask wearing too limited travel. And, he says they apply to contractors to every federal government employee will be asked to attest to their vaccination status. Anyone who does not a test. Or is not vaccinated will be required to Mask no matter where they work. Test one or two times a week to see if they they've acquired Covid. Socially distance and generally will not be allowed to travel for work. Likewise, today, I'm directing my administration and take steps to apply similar standards to all federal contractors. You want to do business with the federal government? Get your workers vaccinated. He's also directing the Pentagon to begin a process to add covid 19 shots to a list of required vaccinations for military personnel. An estimated 2.7 million civilians were employed by the federal government last year with some of the most significant numbers and Republican led southern states like Texas and Florida. Or substantial vaccine resistance remains. Biden's announcement comes as Covid 19 infections are on the rise across the country, largely an unvaccinated people who have caught the delta variant.
Route 66, the Mother Road
"From the first days we started working together. And i drove around a lot to gals in one thousand nine hundred seventy two green dotson roaming the tri county area like buzzing todd minus the corvette through santa cruz monterey and san benito counties in california we were doing oral histories and recording. Everybody who moved cowboys and fishermen farmworkers italian grandmothers. This was in the day of cassettes and as we drove around we always talked about how great it would be to document the roads inside roads. We were travelling so people could just pop in a cassette and listen to the people around them as they drove on through. We never quite pulled off that cassette idea on a large scale but when davy moved east for a while we decided to try the idea out on route sixty six. She'd be driving a lot so that was the start. It was the end of the road. It was the last days surf route. Sixty six as we were traveling. I mean just trying to follow it at that. Point was a you know you drive down. Affronted tro that was the old highway. And then it would just bottom out. And there'd be broken asphalt or cactus. So we're trying to get icon of people from each stretch of the road and mickey mantle grew up on route sixty six. He played baseball team. Known as the baxter springs with kids the scout for the yankees with dr along route. Sixty six looking for up and coming ballplayers and manel hits this home. Run across the highway. And that's part of how he was spotted. So we're going. where can we find mickey mantle. We started to kind sniff around joplin missouri. The mickey mantle holiday inn. And someone said. Oh yeah there's a golf tournament going. On and mickey mantle. One of his sons. Were playing so. I just called the golf course. Said ma'am please speak to mr mantle. Suddenly there was mickey mantle on the telephone. We explain the story to him. And what we're doing in route sixty six and agrees to meet us and poor mickey. He could hardly walk by that time has knees. Were just blown out. Sorta bandy leg walks up one flight of stairs gets in the room. He just gives me a look and he just goes hallo. Did you get my phone number.
Vaccinated Pelosi and Biden Aides Test Positive for COVID-19
"House official today confirmed that another Biden administration official and an aide to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, tested positive for the coronavirus after attending an event together. At least one of the cases may be linked to a group of Texas Democrats who came to Washington last week amid a battle in the state legislature over voting rights. Six of the Texas lawmakers have tested positive for the coronavirus, including a former nurse who announced her test results today. Simon Marx reports the White House has disclosed that a fully vaccinated staff member has tested positive for Covid 19. And isn't the first. Meanwhile on Capitol Hill, the congressional physician says the delta variant has now been identified in the compounds buildings. Some members of Congress and staff members. Also fully vaccinated are reported to have tested positive for the virus at the White House press secretary Jen Psaki if you're vaccinated You are protected. If you get a case of covid, it will be mild. If you are not vaccinated, you could be. We hope not. But among the professor at the people who go to the hospital and get very sick from the virus. The data is very clear. So part of our objective is also not to stoke fear among people who are vaccinated because the data is pretty clear about their protection. Simon marks
Erratic Oregon Wildfire Destroys Dozens of Homes, Expands
"Scrambled today to try to control a raging inferno and southeastern Oregon that's spreading miles a day and windy conditions. Crews had to flee the fire lines. Late yesterday after a dangerous fire clouds started to collapse, threatening them with strong downdrafts and flying embers. An initial review showed the bootleg fire has so far destroyed 67 homes and 117 outbuildings overnight in one county. Authorities were still counting the losses and the second county where the flames are surging up to four miles a day. Fire behavior analyst forest Um be said hot, dry and windy conditions were driving the fire. Progressively. It's just moving with this persistent weather that we've had. We've had Southwest winds Day after day after day, we've had hot and dry temperatures day after day after day. What that is progressively done for this fire is make it move to the East. The blaze is the largest of dozens burning in the West. It has forced 2000 people to evacuate and is threatening 5000 buildings, including homes and a rural area just north of the California border. Active flames are searching along 200 miles of the fire's perimeter. The bootleg fire was expected to merge with a smaller but equally explosive fire to the east. By nightfall, the inferno has stymied firefighters for a week with erratic winds and extremely dangerous fire behavior, including the fire clouds that form from superheated air, rising to a height of up to six miles above the blaze. Known as pyro cumulus or a fire cloud. The fire has been fed by trees killed by beetle
London's Mayor Says Masks Are Still Mandatory on Public Transport
"Public transportation to keep wearing masks. Even after Covid 19 restrictions are lifted in Britain on July 19th. That could mean enforcement officers would be able to deny access or eject passengers not wearing face coverings while using the underground or city buses. Benji. Higher reports face masks have been compulsory on public transport across England for the past year. Those laws will next week be replaced with government guidance, which will simply advise passengers to wear masks in crowded places. London is the first English city to insist on face coverings beyond the end of lockdown. Regardless of how busy the services mayor Sadiq Khan explains. He doesn't want to put transport uses at risk with the virus still spreading and cases on the rise to use one of our services and you proceed for the mosque on non exempt you could be asked to leave Benji higher London Jill Biden will
Biden Calls Republican State Election Law Changes 'Assault on Liberty'
"Democrats do have allies in Congress as well as in the Biden administration. Shortly after the Texans News conference, President Joe Biden gave an impassioned speech on voting rights in Philadelphia's Constitution Center. There's an unfolding a song taking place in America today an attempt to suppress and subvert the right to vote and fair and free elections. Assault on democracy. An assault on liberty and assault on who we are. Who we are as Americans. For make no mistake. Bullies and merchants of fear peddlers of lies are threatening. The very foundation of our country. Biden blasted the so called big lie that claims Donald Trump won the 2020 election, and he had harsh words for the wave of Republican back to state election measures that have been proposed since the 2020 election and then President Donald Trump's loss at the polls. This year alone. 17 states have enacted not just proposed but enacted. 28 new laws to make it harder for Americans to vote. Not to mention catch this nearly 400 additional bills. Republican members of the state legislatures trying to pass 21st century Jim Crow Assault is real. It's unrelenting. We're going to challenge it vigorously, he says. The world is watching to see whether the U. S can protect its election system and its democracy. We're facing the most significant test. Of our democracy since the Civil War. That's not hyperbole since the Civil War. The Confederates back then. Never breached the capital. His insurrection stood on January, the sixth Must say this alarm you I'm saying this because you should be alarmed.
"santa cruz" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"I think a lot of those ideas will stand the test of time. But i think i couldn't say i couldn't say that there is any one paper published in the past. Five years is definitely right to these. Other ones are definitely wrong. It's just a time of so much upheaval. Which is really exciting That makes sense kind of uncertain. Which of these ideas will will still be around ten or twenty years i would say. Is it fair to say that the end of one experiment kevin saw system is not really useful Donate theories would you say that is that is giving us enough information. It depends so i made. It is a sample size of one. But the nice thing about it is that you get such detailed information about that sample You know one of the things. We know about the solar system. It looked looks like we were. Our system was sort of polluted by a supernova that exploded when the when our system was very young and that that seated us with with with the radio-activity and so that's really interesting and we don't know how commonly that happens to me. There's a really nice complement of studying our own system. In extreme detail to figure out a time line of events in our own solar system. And then you compare that the exoplanet perspective where. You're never going to have as much detail about any individual system but you can see trends much more easily because you have a larger sample size. And i think that's really where the understanding comes from is complementing those two points of view. It's exciting time you national physics. That's for sure. Yeah definitely definitely. Yeah thanks so much time. do go them. Well thanks for having me. I had a great time. And i look forward to hearing the podcast and others coming out from you this summer. Nixon thank you all right like this is a scientific sense. Podcast providing unscripted conversations with leading academics and researchers on a variety of topics. If you liked to sponsor this podcast please reach out to info. At scientific sense dot com..
"santa cruz" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"The sun does that too. That's a field called heliotrope. Seismology studying oscillations in the sun and that tells us about the inside of the sun and it turns out that saturd- oscillates to it. Actually quivers like I don't know like a bowl of jello or something and those very subtle vibrations. Actually we can see that that the that affects the gravity affects features and saturn's rings and people have used those features in saturn's rings to tell that saturn's core is also diffuse patterns core has also a road over time which is which is interesting from connection to jupiter standpoint. But it's also kind of mind blowing you can. New saturns ranks to learn something about the interior structure of the planet itself so you send a general principle. Jonathan could use been trying to get to the size. You can't really have stephen cool. That overtime is going to get diffused. I probably hard. It's always hard to know from from from a tiny sample size. But given that both jupiter and saturn look like they have this sort of Eroded diffuse core. That's fast becoming the new paradigm. I would say we think about giant planets that the corps probably seeds their initial formation. But then after time that core then begins to get Dredged up over time within the planet. And i would imagine the higher the temperature. The more likely that happened right so the ought to. Today's probably sort of getting stood up companies insights. Yes yeah that's very likely to be true. Yeah yes oh incompletion than so. I know that you're doing to work in the stadia. Getting out of data be a fund or x. planets. Be fun some via things like hard jupiter's but you save on only one in two hundred so if they're not back usual so Forward what sort of your gut feel conjecture Do we have a good sort of theory about planet formation or does it have to be bonafide improved. Sheen's over time it's funny. People developed always ideas about planet formation based on looking at our own solar system right and that was our example. We could study and then Over the past twenty five years. We've see planetary systems that look nothing lower on planetary system right you have hot. Jupiters you have super earths. there's planetary systems where you can five multiple planets all interior all interior to mercury's orbits like inside of mercury's orbit in our own solar system. We have nothing there. So i would say this is. This is the era where people are developing new models for forming planets. All the time all the time. There's papers about this every day. And saw the other comparing to these new data sets from the kepler mission and other other ways we were finding planets and so i would say over the the the the ideas people are generating today..
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"That'll eat the planet that but but most of them are actually unstable orbits which is a little bit surprising since the autumn jupiter and saturn appear to be stable audits. It is next sufficiently robust Inject hispanic nine hypothesis. I would say not just because the idea of this planet nine hypothesis is something that's relatively relatively small. Maybe something like five earth masses and that would be on an orbits Hundred times further out than jupiter and so a planet of that size that that distance could definitely perturb cometary orbits. And that's where this best evidence of potential planet night comes from but in terms of a planet like that impacting jupiter and saturn. It would be it would be a minor and so I think there's no evidence for such a planet district jupiter saturn alone. It's bar from the peculiar orbits a some collections of comments. Right right yes. He's it connected thing donovan bed. So the the heart of forms from the star it became an elongated orbit in overtime. The data dacian pool of gets closer and closer to a central audit Is sort of ejection from the system is getting of ejected. Would the son. He said the likely to think yeah. There has to be some sort of exchange right so one of the initial ideas. Was that if you form. Let's say two giant planets. If you imagine forming jupiter and saturn really close together perhaps one gets tossed in and becomes the hot jupiter in one gets tossed out of the planetary system and floats freely forever. And so. that's that's one mechanism for how you might form a hot jupiter and they'll probably does happen sometimes when more general mechanism is that inner one gets tossed in and the outer one doesn't get tossed out but its orbit just gets perturbed unto even longer period orbit so he just kind of hangs out much further away so we think that's the general idea so takes longer flooded to really get closer. At some point he is it is it. Mathematically or visa case get into cetinje longacre orbit over long periods of time the gravitational forego get close into the son's. Yeah that happens because tides so if your parents star was like a rigid objects than then you would then gravity i mean the alana elongated orbit is. It's quite stable. You could say that are for a long time but because tides. That's what shrinks the orbit so first moon system you know we we we are orbited imparts tides on the moon the moon of parts hides on the earth and what happens is that the moons orbits from the sun is actually getting further and further away. The moon is actually receding from from the earth and that's because the earth spins faster than the moon's orbit the moon orbits about once a month in the hot jupiter cases reversed because the planets are orbiting faster than the rotation of their star. And so the reverse happens that have put a set of the center. The moon getting pushed away. The planet actually gets pulled in. And that's what causes this orbit to decay over time in the planet's get closer and closer to its star easy A recent Rice and the against and and others that bet does starts going around the supermassive black holes at the center of the nikkei galaxy. They all seem to have really been elongated august so would be then assume over time david all get close and it goes to the black hole in saga..
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"We had a noise to that spectrum. So make it a light like like as if you're actually observing it with the space telescope. We added noise of that spectrum and then we did is we ran many hundreds of thousands even millions of forward models where we buried all these translators in terms of temperature atmospheric composition. And we then tried to assess whether or not we could actually determine the parameters of the true spectrum based on all these millions of forward models that we'd rob so sort of simulate what we eventually do once we have a real a real spectrum to try to assess how well we could understand the what this real atmosphere was actually like. In terms of the circus pressure what molecules are in its atmosphere. So it's kind of like a numerical experiments of what we would like to be doing in the future. Once we have this sort of high quality data us for a new space telescope. Yes they could be some type. Bic needs here right. What bench leaned future that up so finding out on solar system and then Beacon get something outside and sort of last machine if again seek it out to budget minded might be said boston. Yeah people have done. Experiments like that There are kinds of planets that we do have better data for better spectra for those are often called a hot jupiters. Those are big gas giant planets close to their parents star and with technology we have already like from hubble space telescope and also big ground based telescopes weekend get spectrum of those planets and we can see Just because they're so hot. There kind of jupiter even though they have similar temp even other similar in jupiter trump's of their mass they trotter atmosphere. So they they do look very different than people have done some. Ai work to try to assess whether or not they are a network like that is better than a human. In terms of assessing what molecules we see in the atmosphere..
Biden Presents 5-Point Plan to Boost COVID Vaccinations
"Been more important, President Biden says As mass vaccination sites are winding down. His administration is now taking the vaccine push on the road to communities with low vaccination rates, even going door to door. Many of these areas are seeing a surgeon coronavirus infection spread by the delta variant. Now we need to go to community by community neighborhood by neighborhood and ofttimes door to door, literally knocking on doors. To get help to the remaining people protected from the virus Look equity equality. It remains at the heart of our responsibility of ensuring the communities that are the hardest hit by the virus have the information and the access to get vaccinated. It's part of his five point plan to increase vaccinations against the coronavirus. That includes educating communities, particularly those with low vaccination numbers, making them free at 42,000 pharmacies across the country and providing the vaccines to primary care. Physicians and pediatricians. So the adolescents ages 12 to 18 can get vaccinated. And as as they go for back to school checkups or for getting ready for the physicals they need for fall sports fourth Also intensifying our efforts to meet people where they are outside of the neighborhoods. This includes continue to work with employers to make vaccination shots available at work on the work site, if possible. Error and or give their employees paid time off to get vaccinated and nearby facility and fifth and finally we're sending out more mobile clinic. More mobile clinic units out there help people. Was a special events, summer festivals, sporting events as well as places of worship. Wherever we can find people gathered, tens of millions of people have chosen not
Tigray Fighters in Ethiopia Reject Cease-Fire as 'Sick Joke'
"Now retaking parts of Ethiopia's Tigre region will pursue soldiers from neighbouring Eritrea back into their country and chase Ethiopian forces back to the capital Addis Ababa. If that's what it takes to weaken their military powers as a conflict that has killed thousands of civilians looks certain to continue. In an interview with the Associated Press spokesman Get it You read a says that the to gray enforces will stop at nothing. To deliberate every square inch of the Tigre region of six million people, nearly eight months after fighting erupted between the tea Great forces and Ethiopian soldiers backed by Eritrea. He rejected the unilateral ceasefire Ethiopia's government declared yesterday as a sick joke and accused Ethiopia of long denying humanitarian aid to the two grands that now pretends to care about. Ethiopia declared the unilateral ceasefire as its soldiers and handpicked regional interim administration fled the Tigre regional capital. Following some of the fiercest fighting of the war. The comments were sure to bring new alarm from the United States, United Nations and others who have pressed for an end of the fighting in Africa's second most populous country. It has sent hundreds of thousands of two grains into the world's worst famine crisis in a decade. Coletta Guangzhou be reports from Addis Ababa The Ethiopian government says it has decided to implement a ceasefire in its northern region to allow farmers to till their land and return life to normal. See after months of displacement. However, the two great defense forces says it has taken back control of the region. It says its forces have forced Ethiopian troops out of my Kelly and it has shown no interest in being part of the ceasefire declared by the government of Prime Minister A. B Ahmed. The United Nations says over four million people have been affected by the conflict and are in need of emergency assistance, of which one million Are internally
Congress Tackles Military Sexual Assault
"And institutional changes in the military that would target the growing problem of sexual violence within the armed forces. Critics and victims say the current practice of reporting sexual assault up the chain of command leads to the little to no justice for the victims and often exacerbates the problem. Defense secretary Austin said that he supports the proposed solution of replacing military chains of command with independent military lawyers. It's a recommendation from the Independent Review Commission on sexual assault and sexual harassment in the military, But I fully support removing the prosecution of sexual assaults and related crimes. From the military chain of command. We are prepared to work with Congress to amend the Uniform Code of Military justice. IRC also recommended the inclusion of others special victims crimes inside this independent prosecution system. To include domestic violence, and I support this as well. Given the strong correlation between these sorts of crimes and the prevalence of sexual assault. The two leading lawmakers on the issue of sexual assault in the military say the proposed changes don't go far enough. New YORK Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in California Congresswoman Jackie Speier have been working with Vanessa Genz family to create I am Vaness AGAIN Act. It was strengthened legal protections and the right to anonymity for whistleblowers, including those who filed harassment complaints would also require an independent prosecution body. To investigate complaints of sexual assault or harassment, thus ending the practice of going up the military chain of command covering up or ignoring reported crimes. And it would make sexual harassment a crime in the uniform Code of Military justice. The legislation stalled in the Congress last year, but Congresswoman Spear
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"Two out of the African American Theater Arts Troupe of UC Santa Cruz. National leaders of Black Theater will attend the gala honoring our roots, uplifting black voices. Including director Woody King Jr. Hey, Chet. Or African American Theater Arts troupe started with a small group of students and one staff mentor. They had no funds. Office or access to theater resource is but a Tet had a vision of African American students having their voices, histories and communities represented. Troop has since been performing for 30 years again. That event is February 20th from 6 to 8 P.m.. And for more information about admission. Even visit C. A. D r c dot org That's C A. D. R C. Not. Org. See the outfit out back, and I was thinking about doing a black history Month special and then, uh, Little wretch sort of got running things in that. I discovered a brand new release of seventies CD set. Of previously on released Julie's helpful material, and it took a while to both fully access it and rope it into shape so I could have it at Haven't accessed for tonight in future shows. Took a lot of time today and let's go ahead and hear from somebody. It's called Julius Temple, the boy a multi national crusade for harmony. And it's ah. Ostensibly initially. Under the purview of in Bari, which was Julie says label but actually out on new world records we're gonna hear from Just a number three, which features the Jenise company with Julie's helpful on saxophone, lto sex When I believe Yes. Place soprano for the date by key to Carol on trumpet and Alex Klein on drums and percussion. Recorded in 1977 in New York City. And this is the opener. For the Janis company. Right here..
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"In the news and what should be politics, technology, prisons, police What's happening in City Hall and at the Statehouse in Washington and in the streets that starting at 7 A.m. right after democracy now on up front Well, Democratic lawmakers in Washington this week We need their effort to raise the federal minimum wage. Labor groups in Ohio. We need to push for a $15 an hour minimum wage in that state Maura from reporter Mary Sherman, there's a renewed bid to raise Ohio's minimum wage to $15 per hour. State representative Bridget Kelly, a Democrat from Cincinnati, is asking colleagues to co sponsor a bill modeled after a recently passed ballot initiative in Florida. The I'll measure calls for the current wage of $8.80 an hour to be raised to $10 in 2022. It would then increase every year until hitting $15 in 2027. Kelly says. Too many working Ohioans can't make ends meet, including some full time workers. We can't continue to bury our heads in the sand. We need to be modernizing our minimum wage, creating a pathway for people and families to be able to take care of themselves into be able to meaningfully participate in our economy to Democratic state senators, Sesil Thomas of Cincinnati. Herschel crank of Columbus are introducing a companion bill in the Senate. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden wants to more than double the current federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. It's been stuck at 7 25 since 2009. Research on the impact of a $15 minimum wage varies widely. A 2019 report from the left leaning think tank policy matters. Ohio found that roughly two million Ohioans would benefit from a $15 minimum wage. Michael Saltsman with the fiscally conservative Employment Policies Institute points to the Congressional Budget Office is research the specific numbers they found. Are you going to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour and you'll pull about 1.3 million people out of poverty, but at the cost of anywhere from 1.3 million to 3.7 million job, however, newly confirmed Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen recently said a $15 an hour minimum wage would have a minimal impact on jobs. Kelly argues it would increase productivity and consumer spending. The bottom line is this minimum wage had kept up with productivity. It would be over $20 an hour and research is showing that increases the minimum wage do not cost jobs. But in fact, folks have more money in their pockets to spend in our communities. Ohio voters approved a constitutional amendment in 2006. That index is Ohio's minimum wage to inflation. Mary Sherman, Ohio News Connection. This story was produced in association with media in the public interest and funded in part by the Georgetown Foundation. A powerful storm packing heavy rain, snow and wind pounded parts of California and western Havana early today, toppling trees, causing power outages and raising fears of flash flooding and destructive debris flows in vast areas that have been scarred by wildfires. Onslaught was fueled by a potent atmospheric river weather system from the Pacific Ocean that punched into the state through the San Francisco Bay area overnight. For the 36,000 Bay area. Customers of Pacific Gas and Electric lost power. Nearly 100,000 lost electricity in the Sacramento area. Evacuation orders had been issued in advance in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties around in areas scorched by wildfires ignited by Lightning last August. The state also positioned teams with specialized rescue skills in five counties. Although several slides were reported on Highway one in big serves south of Julia Piper Burn State Park by midday today, no major damage had been reported in the Santa Cruz Mountains, including areas around Boulder Creek, Ben Lomond and other communities where the sea's ew lightning complex fire last August had left vast areas denuded and a risk But around.
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"Communities in Santa Cruz County remain without power after high winds caused extensive damage to infrastructure. As of 3 p.m. this afternoon over 8600 customers are affected, particularly in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Genie says it expects to restore power to 75% of customers by the end of Friday. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. It is the first full day of the Biden administration and the president says there is going to be a new approach to the pandemic. He did acknowledge there may still be many challenges ahead. We will level with you. When we make a mistake. Straight up. Say what happened? And I said at the outset, the honest truth is, we're still in a dark winner of this pandemic. President, Biden says. By next month, the U. S may reach a number that once seemed unthinkable half a million Americans dead of covert 19. Today, he signed 10 executive actions to show how his team is moving forward and to explain. We're joined by NPR, White House correspondent Tamara Keith and NPR Health Policy reporter Selena Simmons Stuff and good to have you both back. Hi. Hi, Ari. Tim To start with you. We saw Dr Anthony Fauci return to the briefing room. Today. He was a fixture early on in the covert crisis as part of President Trump's task force. After that, we didn't see much of him and his demeanor today seemed really different. Tell us about what he said. Yeah, He noted that he had often been in trouble with Trump for contradicting him on things like That he felt liberated. Now, he insisted he never pulled his punches with Trump, and that is probably why he eventually got banished. But when he was asked about the difference, he said he had just been in a meeting with President Biden. One of the things that was very clear As recently as about 15 minutes ago, when I was with the president is that one of the things that we're going to do is to be completely transparent, open and honest if things go wrong. That point fingers but to correct them and to make everything we do be based on science and evidence S. O. Fauci and Biden have made the calculation that radical transparency even if it isn't good news will help build public trust that they will need to convince it Lee some share of the public to get vaccinated. And Selina even as we're looking at this dire number of half a million Americans dead of the virus found she painted a fairly optimistic picture of where we're going from here. Tell us what he said. Yeah, that's right. He said that the surgeon cases that we've seen this winter seems to have plateaus and our colleague Rob Stein actually reported this morning that cases seem to have started to slow already. He also said that hospital capacity is looking less dire as well. He talked about the variants of the virus. He called them mutants in the UK and what he called a more concerning variant in South Africa and Brazil. He said that there's not current of evidence that those variants are in the US right now, but that the U. S doesn't have great genetic surveillance. So it's hard to be certain about that and found she also mentioned at this point. It does seem like the vaccines that have been authorized to work against these new variants, even if they're slightly less affected, that's still really helpful. And probably most optimistic, he forecasted that the country could get close to normalcy by the fall. Well, let's talk about the executive actions that the president signed Tam What is President Biden planning to do? Last week, he talked about his broad strategy, speeding up vaccinations, his goal of 100 shots and 100 days Today he signed actions that begin toe put those things in action. Part of this is all about signaling, signaling the importance that he is placing on fixing the crisis in the country and signaling that he is taking A fresh approach a break from the former Trump approach that said, Fauci said they aren't starting from scratch. There is something that they are able to work with something Okay, So let's talk about what the difference is because you've both covered the response to the pandemic. From the beginning, Selina, what do you see as the biggest differences between the Biden approach and the Trump approach? Well, let's just start with this 200 page document. The national Strategy document that Biden released today. Trump Administration never put out a public document like that. Ah, lot of the decisions were really delegated to the States operation works. We'd certainly succeeded in getting effective and safe vaccines authorized in record time, But testing strategies were left to state and local governments and So there's sixties, something different vaccine distribution plans drafted this fallen driving the rollouts in each state and territory. So the fact that Trump did not have a national plan is in part why the response has been so uneven and disjointed. And the challenge now is going to be to transition from that patchwork to a more unified approach in a year into the pandemic response and turn that pile of papers into action in the real world. As you've reported Selina. Many of the executive actions taken early on in the Trump administration were challenged in courts somewhere, ultimately blocked. Could these actions get tied up with legal challenges, too? I think that's much less likely, according to the legal experts that I've been speaking too, for a couple of reasons. First of all, remember when the CDC put out it's eviction moratorium last fall well. Lindsay Wiley, who's health law professor at American University, points out that was challenged in court. And so far, the rulings have upheld the federal government's authority to act in this public health emergency, and that's a promising precedent here. And she also points out that Biden is not putting out something like a national mask mandate. Instead, he's choosing a more cautious approach mandating masks on federal property and on into interstate travel. And that's much less vulnerable to pollute potential legal challenges. We have seen such a flood of policy changes just in the last 24 hours. Tam What do you expect? The next stage toe look like, Oh, the flood is going to keep coming to the White House has a plan for just a flirt. Of additional actions based on Biden's top priorities. Cove it today. We're expecting the economy, racial justice climate over the next few days, But the big question remains. What can he do with Congress? Executive Action on Lee takes you so far. He proposed this $1.9 trillion covert relief package and again today argue that it needs to happen that it's urgent that it's a crisis. But he's getting a lot of pushback from Congress Republicans in Congress and it's not clear how Fast They can act even if they do want to do it. It's NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith and NPR Health Policy reporter Selena Simmons. Duffin. Thank you. You're welcome. Thank you. Now I'm President Biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic. One of the first things he did after his inauguration yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline. That pipeline would have transported crude oil from Alberta to the Texas Gulf Coast. It would have entered the U. S in Montana from their Yellowstone Public radio's Kayla Derochette reports on the mixed reaction to the cancelation. Tribes and environmental groups here and in other states. The pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the Keystone XL pipeline in court for roughly a decade last year in a video by indigenous collective Buffalo defense. Roughly 10 Fort Peck, tribal members protested in northern Montana. They lined up with their hands, held up in fists and repeated a Lakota freeze. That's become a slogan for the movement against pipelines like the Dakota Access Pipeline, and Keystone XL. The neighbor, Johnny Newman, It was joining water is life. The Canadian company behind Keystone XL. T. C Energy operates.
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