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Breakthrough at Home Pain and Mental Health Relief with Richard Hanbury, Founder Sana Health, Inc

Outcomes Rocket

04:57 min | 2 months ago

Breakthrough at Home Pain and Mental Health Relief with Richard Hanbury, Founder Sana Health, Inc

"Walk back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here and today. I have the privilege of hosting richard henry. He is the founder of saana health. remonstration platform for pain relief and deepak station. Richard develop the technology behind saana to eradicate his own life threatening pain. Problem following a spinal cord injury from a jeep crash near saana in yemen and nineteen. Ninety-two richard has an mba. From the wharton school in healthcare and also a law degree from the college of law in london the original benchtop device removed all his nerve damage pain in three months saving his life. He has spent twenty five years developing the sonnet technology from the original benchtop device to the current device undergoing clinical trials sonnet uses pulsed light and sound and a heart rate variability feedback loop to guide the user in a deep state of relaxation. Clinical trials have been completed in opioid use disorder and fibromyalgia and sauna is launching in fibromyalgia and twenty twenty one however is available today and richard is going. Tell us more about it. And i'm just really excited to have the opportunity to interview richard and have them bring forth this technology to to the the world richard such a pleasure to have you here today to be thank it. Yeah and so before we dive into saana and it saana dot. Io folks if you're curious tell us a little bit about you and what got you into healthcare thank you yes as a nineteen year old kid. I was traveling in in the yemen. And i was given a choice of a head on collision in my jeep next to a petrol truck or two gulf bridge and i chose gulf a bridge. 'cause i figured We would either way. There would be so remains to find if i went to the bridge. Say dance with dry riverbeds sixty foot dying and cheap crumpled up A results in spun good injuries from thc ten. Which is betty button level plus a traumatic brain injury and they say old. That was why. I had to be medevac k. I was clinically dead for eight minutes back to matt intercom a middle of that resulted in damaged problem that was say sparrows given a five year life expectancy sarabia. It was the question of near figure. Something i myself or old. I say that was the mother of invention necessity. It's unbelievable i mean that is crazy. So you're driving a jeep and there's this truck just heading straight at you and you're like explosive beth falloffs bridge and you just made the choice. I mean like when that happened. Richard to win you actually remember like what point jr actually start remembering what happened and gained consciousness. And how did they find you so it was semi passenger was burglary but was in good enough shape to festival shine in arabic. So the people watching the right to danger. Petrol cigarettes is they were running. Schools tile passwords lit cigarettes. In khao is everything was checked in the gasoline tank Say yeah ben. E managed to get them to throw away the cigarettes publicized and transported us to vote what they very loosely called the hospital. And that's my friend. Got the insurance companies to send them back pain coming up. Unbelievable i mean. I mean that is just unbelievable Era miracle the be here spell. And i'm sure that the road to recovery was not easy for you and you know lots of gain. You said i had to do something about this. And that was the beginning of sauna and so you've made leaps and bounds. Since the beginning you're recovered very happy for you. Richard and As i'm sure your family is to so now you have this device and this company. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about what it is how it works and that way the listeners could get educated on it including myself suddenly say basically. All pain is some combination of central mediation. Which has had brain prices pain and prefer plain. Which is the signal coming into the brain. Now with mike pain i had sponging. Tbi and i was on very extreme faction where it was all about how the brain was pricing pain signal. But it wasn't really paints were coming up from my spine. It was essentially corrupt. Data stream is very similar to what you get with phantom limb. Actually being told her in pain is being told your visits we had signal. That doesn't quite make sense. Say with me. I was very rainy. Lucky the original device was able to wipe all by damage pain

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Material Shortages, Paneled Ceilings, and To Vent or Not to Vent

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

04:58 min | 7 months ago

Material Shortages, Paneled Ceilings, and To Vent or Not to Vent

"This is senior editor patron mccomb. Today I'm joined by Rob Watson digital brand manager. Hey. there. Kylie Jacques Design Editor. Hello. And producer. Jeff. Rose I. Well, it is a pleasure to see you all this morning. Thanks again for joining me. Pleasure. So I want to start off lending briefly Kylie someone commented on Itunes with regard to the podcast, and they said some very nice things many more about us. So you should definitely take a look at that. I want to encourage all of our listeners to please review the podcast it really helps us out both in terms to know that we're doing a good job and to help others find it. So if you do that for me, I would be super appreciative. That com that was dated on July twenty ninth but prior to that the most recent one was like the end of April. So. Get to. Work People. And thank you in advance I. Look At. Rob, what are you doing? What have I been doing? Well, you know. I. Keep talking about that Porch but kind of done with there's nothing new about. Other night other than last night i. just sat out there and enjoyed a glass of wine even though it's not completely done yet just sat there and watch the sunset. So drinking hooch on your new deck is the best thing ever. But actually the next project I'm not actually the next project because it's a big one is It's been so hot and Muggy lately that for years on and off have been like do do we want to pool problem is we're very particular about our garden and I would I would have wanted my daughter was little thrown up crappy pool in the backyard just to cool off but it doesn't fit into the. Landscape design apparently of our property. So So We've been totally disagree I went above ground. Pool absolutely. Fantastic. As. Long as I picked, the right would grain right? Well, I, I was going to get I was GONNA. Actually just plant some. Or Tall. Grass in front of it so that you know you can kind of hide it but the problem is I just don't have the space for that. So we've been talking about we've a narrow lot with a twenty foot setback from both sides and it's sixty feet wide. So that means we could just put something in the middle of our yard and there's not very many places to do that. We found this one garden bed that we're willing to take a chunk out of. And possibly dig in and put build a concrete soaking pool. So it's something that it's something that. Is Basically. Yeah. Basically, it's bigger than a hot TUB, but it's not something you can swim laps in. and. and. Probably. Even. Though seems kind of a bit labour-intensive thing. Probably do it with pouring slab in doing a block wall and plastering the block wall in doing stone coping in behind the why you think that sounds labor intensive. Well, actually I had. I had this great idea My. Daughter about how hard liens working on your property tactic. Even offered her a little bit more money than you're paying per hour. Maybe she could dig. Don't you dare? Rolling. So it would probably stick up about it would be right in the lawn. So probably stick up about sixteen inches out of the lawn with a stone top on it so that it would act like a garden benches well and Maybe That or not your own disaster at well, I've actually been just searching around for ideas on. Pinterest in elsewhere and phones mice examples have found some one example of some women in. The. Netherlands who built one by herself and his. All this cool stuff. All these cool details that she did is basically the same methods of construction and one of the coolest things was that Like well, this too small swim in this thing and those those jet pools you can swim in place or like thousands of dollars. While this woman bought thing, it's a it's a harness that you hook to some d rings in the corner of the pool and it doesn't same thing holds you back. Easy swam against this idea the harness. For A jet. You don't need a jet you swim in place to harness keep you from swimming forward You know I'll help dig thing if I can use it now on that. Okay. Sure to harness. Of wacky and honestly the Dickens give me really easy because. All the sand is going to be wheelbarrow downhill from the site and my my ground is all it's like a thirty. Patients one. GOING DOWNHILL My ground ground is all course sand. So a guy I dug a trench to my barn for conduct wants by hand and it was no big deal. Easy.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci on the Return of Sports in America

ESPN Daily

03:56 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci on the Return of Sports in America

"Dr Chee Hello. Thank you so much for joining us. It's my pleasure to be with you. Thank you for having me. Dr Anthony. FAUCI is the director of the national. Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He also coincidentally went to the same high school as me Regis High School in New York City. Dr. You're a very busy man. I'm so grateful for the time you've given us so. I have many pressing things to ask you about, but I would feel negligent as a sports journalist. If I didn't start with the action on the fields, the Great Anthony Fauci was there to throw out the first pitch and this was not a great pitch. He's an epidemiologist is first pitch on opening day last Thursday. happened. Well. It certainly was a mishap part I had been practising for two days before a walk down that I thought was sixty feet. And it was really probably forty five. And I was throwing throwing in throwing and I got it right. But only was at forty five feet and I kinda hurt my mom because I haven't thrown a baseball literally in decades. So as I was getting ready to go out on the mound, my arm was killing me. But I said Hell I could suck it up and just throw it the way I'd been practising when I got to the mound. I said Oh my God Sean doolittle looked like he was two hundred feet away. A. So. What I did was I completely changed the form of my throw and instead of just throwing it lobby, get over him, which would have landed right in front of him. I wound up and threw it like a bullet only. It just went way off to the left. So it was my bed all the way. In terms of the real baseball news this week, it concerns the fact that over a dozen members of the organization tested positive for Covid Nineteen and Major League Baseball has since spawned Marlins Games until Sunday after some teams including the one you root for the nationals they raised concerns about traveling to Miami to actually play. So what's your assessment of how major? League Baseball has handled this corona virus up rick? You. Know I think they've handled it well to be honest with you in that. They've done virtually everything that you do. To try to get the goal was to protect the health and the welfare of the players and of the personnel associated with the team when I had discussion with some of the officials of different teams as well as of MLB in general, we went over the different kinds of protocols that they would need, testing and things. One of the things that came up as a big concern is what happens if a cluster of players get infected and how you gonNA handle that with that wind up, not only shutting down the team? Would it then impact on other teams that would be playing? So it was a consideration I think we're going to have to take. On a day by day week by week basis I hope. that it doesn't interfere completely with the progression of this truncated season because the players certainly WanNa play, they don't want to endanger their health that's for sure and the fans at least on TV would like to see it. So I think we're going to have to see what happens over the next few days to a week, but I can tell you that a lot of good faith. Faith effort was put into this by the owners by the play reps by the players themselves. So I hope that this is just a temporary setback and that we can continue the season. But again, the most important thing is the safety and the welfare of the players under the personnel associated and the place family too. Because, if you get infected, you've got to be concerned about spreading it.

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Washington, DC Metro ridership soars in May

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Washington, DC Metro ridership soars in May

"Metro has been dealing with a sharp downturn and writers but at least one thing is getting people to ride the rails in April rail ridership dropped ninety four percent compared to the previous year but in may more metro rail customers did venture out to see friends or family using the system compared to April according to a survey by the agency metro's Lynn Bowersox so is the weather improved people got more comfortable with the safety protocols when they left home to see family separately we're learning that metro will be the first transit agency in the region to operate sixty foot long articulated electric buses with two to be delivered in twenty twenty two it's not yet know what routes the Ron

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Metro reports a sharp decrease in ridership in Washington DC, adds electric busses

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Metro reports a sharp decrease in ridership in Washington DC, adds electric busses

"Been dealing with a sharp downturn in ridership because of the pandemic but at least one thing apparently is getting people to ride the rails in April rail ridership dropped ninety four percent compared to the previous year but in may more metro rail customers did venture out to see friends or family using the system compared to April according to a survey by the agency metro's Lynn Bowersox so is the weather improved in people get more comfortable with the safety protocols when they left home to see family separately we're learning that metro will be the first transit agency in the region to operate sixty foot long articulated electric buses with two to be delivered in twenty twenty two it's not yet known what roots still run

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Los Angeles - Construction Worker Dies Following Fall At SoFi Stadium In Inglewood

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:15 sec | 9 months ago

Los Angeles - Construction Worker Dies Following Fall At SoFi Stadium In Inglewood

"A construction worker is dead after falling while working at so fi stadium in Inglewood there are reports of say a worker fell anywhere between fifty to sixty feet how the worker fell has not been released at this time the stadium is the future home of the Los Angeles rams and Chargers football

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Against All Odds: Lone Survivor

Your Brain on Facts

09:23 min | 10 months ago

Against All Odds: Lone Survivor

"Some survival stories hinge on strength of will a person's raw determination to live other times science steps in and saves the day Anna Hogan home worked as a radiologist at the University Hospital of North Norway. She made history there in nineteen ninety nine but on the operating table. Her remarkable incident began with a skiing trip after work with some colleagues. They were all avid skiers who were familiar with the local mountains and the conditions that day were ideal sunny with lots of fresh powder. They were only a few runs in. When Anna tripped losing her skis tumbled and slid toward a frozen stream when she hit the ice broke and her upper half was pulled into the frigid rushing. Water her friends ray able to reach her in grabbed her boots before the current could pull her all the way under. They phoned for help beneath the water. Bogging home struggled upward and managed to reach the airspace under the ice. She could breathe but her clothes were soaked. In near frozen water drowning now had to fight hypothermia to see who would get her first. By the time the Rescue Team arrived hacked a hole in the ice and halt her out. Bogging home had been submerged for nearly an hour and a half. Her skin was pure white. Her pupils were blown. She had no heartbeat. The Medevac helicopter. Ride took another hour during which the rescuers performed. Cpr At more information on the meat. Mak Your brain this piloting left to its own devices. The human body likes to be around ninety eight degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius all sorts of complex involuntary automatic. Things happen to keep you as close to that number as possible but the world is a cold place. Sometimes when the body census you getting too cold it begins to protect you from the outside in since air polls heat away from the surface of the body. Blood vessels in the skin begin. Constricting less blood is going to your arms and legs and more is staying in your core to keep your internal organs warm. This leaves -ceptable to frostbite. But you've got bigger problems. If the vessel constriction doesn't stop the temperature drop. The body tries to make more heat by moving the muscles. You'll start to shiver. Usually from the chest muscles outward. This too can be a problem if it goes on too long as it tears through your nutritional reserves and taxes heart increasing the risk of heart attack or stroke if your body temperature drops below ninety five degrees Fahrenheit thirty five Celsius hypothermia sets in your blood pressure drops and your breathing becomes shallow. This means less oxygen is getting to your brain which can bring on slurred speech. Confusion nonsensical action and none of which will be particularly helpful. Arctic Explorer Robert Falcon Scott referred to this in his writings on his nineteen eleven expedition as a half thawed brain. And there's a truly bizarre reaction that happens sometimes paradoxical undressing the freezing person suddenly feels like they're burning up and strips off all their clothes so now you're dead and everybody can see your hoo-ha as the cooling continues. The brain and other organs begin to shut down when the helicopter landed at University. Hospital fog and homes core temperature was fifty six degrees Fahrenheit fourteen degrees Celsius about sixty percent of what it should be. She had no signs of life. But the head of the Emergency Department mads Gilbert and his team made a decision. Anna was not dead until she was warm and dead. They rushed log home into an emergency room and hooked up to a heart lung. Bypass machine pumping her blood out of her body to warm it and then pumping it back in hours past. And her temperature's slowly rose. The staff watched her vitals. The ekg machine blipped then flatlined again. Then booked again. Suddenly homes heart jumped back to life coming on its own. The cold had preserved her brain like an organ waiting to be transplanted even while it was starving. Her brain of oxygen on a bag home was alive but she had a long row to Hoe. It took twelve days for her to open her eyes and it would take years for her to walk again but she did hell. She even went skiing again though. I most certainly would not not unless you want to try to her. Record for the lowest body temperature in the living eventually person outdoor recreation while healthy and fun always carries with it inherent dangers analog in home had her friends nearby to help. Aaron Ralston did not to tell you his story. Please welcome Mike Guest one Herrera from the podcast sick Parviz magna now for a story of survival and April. Two thousand three mountaineer Aaron Ralston goes hiking at. Utah's Kenyans National Park. He befriends hikers Christie and making and shows him an underground pool after swimming. Aaron parts ways with hikers and continues through a Slot Canyon in Blue John Canyon climbing he slips and falls knocking over boulder which crushes his right hand and wrist against the wall. He calls for help but realizes soon that he is alone. Ralston begin recording a video diary to maintain morale as chips away parts of the boulder to try and free himself and tries to keep warm at night he rashes food and water to survive the ordeal. No water available. He is forced to drink his era. It is sterile for those that don't up. He sets up a pulley using his climbing rope. In a futile attempt to with the bowed over the next five days Ralston tries using his multi tool to cut himself free but the latest doll to cut the bone in his video. He becomes desperate and depressed. He elucidates about scape relationships and past experiences including a former lover and Krisztian Megan during one hallucination. He realizes his mistake that he did not tell anyone where he was going. And he decides that destiny has trapped him with the bolter on the six day. Ralston has a vision of his future. Son Springs Wilson Survive. He fashions or turnkey from a camel. Tube insulation and uses the Caribbean or to tighten it then using his knowledge of torque he breaks bone in his arm and using the multi tool so amputates it he wraps stump to prevent examination and takes a picture of the boulder repels down a sixty foot rock face using his other arm and drinks rainwater from open. He needs a family on a hike. Who ALERT THE AUTHORITIES AND A UTAH? Highway Patrol helicopter brings him to the hospital. Years Later Ralston starts a family continues climbing and always leaves a note saying where he has gone with that. Being said Aaron Ralston shares. What he has learned that three gifts. Adversity gives you one shows you who are what is important after realizing that we are likely going to die in that Canyon. Allston recorded goodbyes. To his family his last will and testament formulating those thoughts and focusing on his family kept him going and motivated not to give to it. Shows us what we're capable of multiple points throughout his experience said underestimated his ability to survive yet. Kept powering through emails stone. He thought would be his last. I found strength courage and determination and grit that I could never conceived of Ralston sub. Adversity causes us to dig deeper. Now he had ever done before to get in touch with the thing that motives even when we lose our motivation three. It shows what extraordinary about being alive. By the Time Ralston was able to amputate his own hand. He was smiling while he did it because he had come so close to death so many times throughout this ordeal driver freedom his well to see his family again genesis certainty that he had more life left to live in the end overpowered all of the agony and despair. He felt along the way Robinson is one of the few unforgettable survivor stories. That are out there. This has been done from Parvez. Magna giving an podcast. Check out my show as we talk about multiple success stories and how everyone got from their point point B. Thanks look in the show notes for a link to his show which all the appearing onto from that very well known story to one that's lesser known but always fascinates me when I come across it if again on Christmas Eve. Nineteen seventy-one Julianne. Cup was a high school senior living in Peru though she was a German citizen owing to her German researcher parents seventeen year old. Julian and her mother board a flight across the country to join her father at the research station. Her parents had founded. Julian's graduation was the day before and this way she could both attend the ceremony and the family could spend the holidays together

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In and around area 51

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:45 min | 10 months ago

In and around area 51

"Directly over area fifty one. It's been restricted since the mid nineteen fifties which means no one peers down to area fifty one without authorization except satellite circling the globe in outer space. The area immediately around area fifty one is referred to as the box air force pilots at nearby Nellis Air Force Base. No never to enter the box. Distinctly visible at the very center of areas. Fifty fifty-one box sits near perfect. Six Mile Diameter Dorf basin also known as a dry lake. It was the light bed itself that originally appealed to the C. I. A. Decades. It had doubled as a natural runway for fifty one secret spy planes almost everything visible on approach to area. Fifty one from the air is restricted. Government land there are no Public Highways Shopping Malls Twentieth Century urban sprawl where the land is hilly Joshua Trees Yucca. Plants grow for the is flat as Baron all except for the Chris Bushes tumbleweeds very little grows out. There on the desert floor is hangars runways dormitories and towers. They all begin at the southernmost tip of grooms dry like the structure is spread out in rows heading south down the immigrant valley floor the hangers metal rooftops. Catch the sunlight and reflect up as a different airplanes from Janet. Airplanes center fly workers into the box. A huge antenna tower rises up from the desert floor. The power plants cooling tower comes into view as do the antennas on the radio shop roof located at the end of one of the two perpendicular taxiways radar. Tennis spin one dishes sixty feet in diameter and always faces. The Sky is beams are so powerful. They would instantly cook the internal organs of any living thing. The quick kill system designed by Raytheon to detect incoming missile signals sits at the edge of the dry lake bed not far from the famous pylon featured at Lockheed publicity photos but never officially identified is located at area fifty one insiders call the pylon poll. It's where the radar cross section on prototype. Stealth by air aircraft is measured state of the art. Million Dollar. Black aircraft are turned upside down and hoisted loft on this poll. Making each one luck tiny and insignificant in the massive room light expanse grew mountain reveals himself as a massive sum of the richest nine thousand three hundred and forty eight feet it towers over the base at its northernmost end and is rife with area fifty history and war countless area fifty. One commanding officers spent weekends on their mountain hunting deer hidden inside. It's craggy lower peaks or too old lead and silver mines. Name BLACK METAL. And she had mine. In the nineteen fifties one ancient minor hung onto his federal mining rights with such ferocity that the government ended up giving him a security clearance and briefing him on the area. Fifty one activities rather than continuing to fight to remove him. A minor kept a secrecy oath and took area fifty one secrets with him to the grave at the southernmost end of the base. It's a gravel pit concrete exceed and mixing facilities that are used to construct temporary buildings. It need to go up quick against the Slovene hills to the West since the fuel storage tanks once House J. P. Seven jet fuel specially designed for the CIA spy planes that to withstand temperature fluctuations from ninety degrees to two hundred eighty five degrees that be Fahrenheit to the south on a plateau sits a weapon assembly somberly or storage facility business recognizable from the air by the tall ring of mounted dirt meant to deflect blasts in the event of an accident behind the weapons depot behind the weapons depot single lane. Dirt road runs up over the top of the hill and dumps back down into Nevada test site next door at gate. Eight hundred sometimes called gate seven hundred old timers from the U. Two spy plane days called the access point gate three eighty five originally the way into area fifty one if you were not arriving by air on the area fifty one side of the gate. The shipping receiving building can be foul and the height of nuclear testing days. The nineteen fifties and sixties trucks from the Atomic Energy Commission. Motor pool spent hours in the parking lot here. While they're appropriately clear. Drivers enjoyed area fifty one legendary Gourmet Chow

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Exploring The Canopy With 'TreeTop Barbie'

Short Wave

09:53 min | 1 year ago

Exploring The Canopy With 'TreeTop Barbie'

"Hey everybody matty Safai. Here was shortwave reporter. Emily Kwong today. We thought you might appreciate a little joy in your life especially now that's right here on short wave we want to bring you up. Does it explain what's happening with the corona virus but also episodes that feature other interesting science like this one from the very first week of shortwave. It's probably one of my favorites. Oh yeah mine too. It's got rain. Forests SLINGSHOTS A DECADE-LONG CONFLICT WITH BIG Barbie bad gets rope burn. Let's not love the rope? Burn Kwong it's clearly the roburt. These are the sacrifices you make manny right onto the show enjoy. You're listening to shortwave from. Npr One day this past summer I got to visit a rainforest. Okay that's licorice fern. That is the scientific name. Is Paula podium vulgarity? Ecologist NENAD CARNEY. This is called sledge. This is called Club Moss. It's actually very primitive Plant leaning has been studying in exploring ecosystems like this for thirty five years. Okay so that is called Bikram. That's another species of Moss. I like to call it pledging moss. Just because it's so soft and so please so much like a little pillow. Here's Flynn's this is recommend trim. There's like three four different species of MOSS RIGHT THERE. Couple other things about this rainforest. You're probably thinking rainforests so tropics now. We were in the Pacific Northwest Olympic National Forest in Washington state and it's called a temperate rainforest A. Rainforest because we get it's characterized by having a lot of rainfall there about one hundred twenty inches a brain a year. The other thing about this trip to the forest. Is that all these plants so see how soft these mosses are yes. Don't you just WanNa sleep on them? Yeah all of new weenies. Decades-long work. Okay I'M GONNA come up side by side with you. All of it is about wow sixty feet off the ground for many. This is awesome awesome. This is called the canopy pretty much everything above the forest floor all the way up to the tops of the trees. Come up with me now. Little Rope canopy. Here is a dizzying thicket of bright green leaves and Mosses and ferns all bathed in sunlight. And we knew very little about it because the canopy is literally called the last biotic frontier. It's been so poorly studied. It really aren't very many people who studied the canopy. Feel like when you say. The last biotic frontier should look off into the distance. Ready to the last biotic frontier so today on the show pioneering scientists Malini non Carney on the canopy plus a little later on in the episode weenies decades. Long fight to get more women into science. And how she found unlikely ally in Barbie. Yeah I thought it was weird too. It's not that we're the sticker up and you're listening to shortwave from NPR. Alright so let's back up down back on the ground in Olympic national forest. Malini told me that in the grand scheme of things canopy sciences. Actually PRETTY NEW. People have been studying forest for centuries but it's only been in the last twenty twenty five thirty years that people have actually climbed up into the forest canopy to understand the environment up in the tree tops. One of the hurdles for scientists was literally just figuring out how to get up to the tops of the trees so noelene a few friends figured out a way to adapt some mountain climbing techniques to get up into the canopy and that means shooting ropes into the trees. So I invented this thing called the master caster which is metal rod and we welded it so it has this little hole here for the line. Basically this master caster thing is part fishing. Rod Part slingshot. This looks like a garage sale. A fourteen year old boy's dream could both and and so with a fishing weight loaded into the slingshot. So I'm thinking right up there. Malini cast masterfully. You we set the ropes now on your weight on this got harnessed in step down and then started the long hard process of inching up the road. You're going to go into a crouch and lift your legs up. That's kind of like a caterpillar and then San exactly you. Well you know. I've got to kind of over. The course of her career researching canopies in the Pacific northwest as well as in the forest of Costa Rica. Malini has documented all kinds of things about the canopy sixty feet up this giant maple tree. She shows me one of the cooler ones. Just looking at the underside of these mosses like. There's this canopy soil Allowing Dig Samat over here. Malini peels back a thick fistful of Moss from the branch on the tree. Instead of bark we're looking at tightly packed bed of Brown dirt. I mean that has actual soil that is basically composed of the dead and decomposing. Moss's that live up here and there are like earthworms that live up. Here are a big round up exactly. It's called into canopy soil. Wow look at that. And it's a weird you know you hear smelling the soil smell. But you're you know you're up sixty feet above the forest floor. So it's it's this sort of whole world that the canopy creates they're living plants or mosses there ferns their soil and it's all kind of invertebrates that live here birds that forage for these invertebrates that live in the canopy soil. So it's like this microcosm this mini co system. That's going on kind of independent of the forest floor. But at the same time interacting the forest as a whole of course today canopies all over the world face threats from climate change from logging fire deforestation and a lot of work. Now is about trying to figure out what would happen. If we lost such a complex interconnected ecosystem. I think it's important for canopies to be as intact as possible. Because they do foster so much diversity that you can get seventy species of mosses on a single tree and each of those mosses sort of living life with its insects and invertebrates and supporting birds. And so it's just part of this sort of whole cycle of what makes a primary important. Here's another thing leany discovered when she was first getting started in canopy research. There were very few women. Scientists doing this kind of work and so she set out to change that this was. This was just a fabulous day. That happened in my lab forest. Canopy lab undergraduates worked there. My graduate students would work me and we were just kicking around by these. Look how could we make the forest canopy more meaningful to mattress other scientists but to regular people like how about young girls? They need encouragement. And somebody said. Well what about Barbie aright pause Barbie time because she was busy enough helping to basically create an entirely new field of scientific study in the early two? Thousands deleted decided. You know in her free time she would try to create market and get into the hands of little girls and boys everywhere treetop Barbie. What took iconic doll which is so symbolic of what young girls aspired to. What if we just put this shell around her? Which is a canopy biologist? So called Mattel the company that owns Barbie and then when I propose this idea they said no no no. We're not interested that has no meaning to us We make our own barbies. You know you can't do this. Forget it forget it. So that's when we said well. Why don't we just do it ourselves? And if Mattel's not going to take a couple of trips to goodwill later to get some recycled barbies with the Angela's making our top barbies. And I started bringing campy Barbie along with me and you know talking to my fellow scientists and saying look guys we not only have to do our good science we need to start encouraging people from outside science and and this is one way that we might do it trees are wonderful arenas for discovery this is Malini is two thousand nine tedtalk which by the way is a hugely nerve wracking thing for scientists. And you're hooked up to this hands-free Britney Spears Mike to give a talk. That will basically be your top. Google hit for life to stand on stage. Showing off a little plastic treetop Barbie. Should I really be spending time with this? Are PEOPLE GOING TO THINK? It's weird that me as a scientist and me as a woman scientist is a brown woman. Scientist is spending her time doing this. they're sort of risk. That goes along with that but I felt that the potential good that could come out of it of providing a real role model for a little girl. Who doesn't even know that that the canopy exists to study. You know like when I was a kid and so if that can happen then I think it's worth the risk what we do my students in my lab and is we buy barbies from goodwill and value village. We dress her enclosed that have been made by seamstresses and we send her out with a canopy handbook. And my feeling is thank you that we've taken this pop icon and we have just tweaked her a little bit to become ambassador who can carry the message that being a woman scientist studying treetops is actually a really great

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Golfer Rich Beem on Q School and Beer Guts

No Laying Up

10:43 min | 1 year ago

Golfer Rich Beem on Q School and Beer Guts

"Let's get back to our interview with rich. Beem in this time period q-school. How did that work is that? How is that what? Your Path was to the PGA tour or able to just signed straight up for Q-school. Did you buy the minor leagues? Basically did I literally went straight from the pro shop to the PGA tour? So I'd won the section the Section Assistance Championship in nineteen ninety. Eight and nineteen ninety. Eight is what I really start playing really good and I have no idea what it what. How old are you at that time? Then Ninety eight I would have been twenty eight okay. So you're not a young. You're not a young Modo outta college but but naive for sure and I'll get to more of that later on but I went to q school. I won the assistance championship and it used to be years prior. That would actually get you a bypass of going first stage. And and so I would have been exempted second-stage although in nineteen ninety eight. They took that out. They said Nope you. You still have to go to first day so I had to go through all three stages of Q-school and I ended up in first one was in Scottsdale at a golf course called talking stick Ben Ben Crenshaw bellcore design fantastic track but I had to shoot sixty seven the final day to make it through to make it through first Yup through I age and then the second the second one was in Houston on the final day I was in by about two or three going into the final round and I was to over through six holes and on the seventh hole. I had a shot with a wedge but in the rough and I thought Flyer no-fly I don't think flyer it was a flyer and I absolutely air mail the green by like thirty yards and I got no shot. I have zero shot so I get back over there I find it. I hit it back to the front of the Green. I got sixty feet left. I'm choking and a mad on the same breath I mean I can't control myself. I'm literally trying not to vomit because I know that making the finals is a big deal well before I even thought about it. I pull the trigger. Hit knocked it in and then birdied the next two holes in the night. I shot I. I shot seventy one and got through comfortably at the end of the day but there are some the pressure of the stories you hear about Q-school in about how much pressure puts on you. It's unbelievable because if you don't get through second-stage you've just wasted five thousand bucks you nothing you guys that you got no status anywhere and so that was a big deal. That was a huge deal for me. In fact I funny enough bill hyme who caddied for me for fourteen years and come back and county for me. When when I turned fifty he actually was same venue. He lost in a playoff back then. They had a playoff. He lost in a playoff to get to the finals and then he actually drove out to finals. In case anybody withdrew and finals he was the first alternate in. Nobody dropped out in you. Figure that out of the two hundred seven guys are at finals. Somebody one guy nothing. Nobody dropped out so Turned out to be in both of our favors because he had a great career together and he's one of my closest friends but it was pretty funny. How how that'll happen. And you make it all the weight. How many how many. I looked up your class right here on Wikipedia. You have forty one guys make it through. How many are you estimate? I don't know the answer to this. But how many are you? Estimating had to go through from first stage all the way through the. There's a few of them that had to come to be fair. I don't know what the I mean. You Bo Van Pelt Charles Warren Jeffrey Hart and Rio Bravo and David Seawall in Roy Sabatini David Zero. Pga TOUR STARTS HERE. The only guys on there that had needs zero. Pj torstar so my buddies that came out of that was Bo. Van Pelt. Brian Baird Bird. I got to be close with. Oh I'm drawing a blank. I can't believe I'm drawn blanks on this. I'm so bad with names. It's killing me but I you know there's a bunch of guys that I became you know just because we went through that process together. It really was one of those weeks where you just. Kinda put your head down and you just keep on going. I know Mike. We're want it Mike sposa. That's the guy that was going to expose him. Brian Baird just because we we hung out together when we because right after. You got your car. You went to a class and we went through media class which I think that everybody in the room. Everybody well I I know for me. Factually I didn't hear a single word at. I know that the big Gulp in my hand wasn't really a big old. It was a big but it wasn't. It wasn't as advertised. So what? Yeah what is your. What is your reputation. Did you have a partying reputation on a founded reputation? Well-founded yeah I'M NOT GONNA Deny I. It's it's interesting because I think that a lot of the guys in there it's true. I listened soon as I get done playing golf. I like to have beverage. I absolutely have to have a beverage. I'm not going to deny that one iota. It was kind of in the air though when tiger was kicking everybody's ass and workouts were becoming super popular fitness. All of that sports psychologist. I mean all of it was it was. You know that's how it was but I mean before the final round at the Kemper Open and ninety nine at a big old fat enchilada plate and four cores. Lights that my dinner. That was just how I didn't you know and I think a lot of times. It was frowned upon where in generation. Before that you know. It's kind of like smoking. Everybody everybody used to smoke Nobody smokes right. 'cause it's frowned upon. It's looked down upon right but I listen. It was good. I had some good times. There's no doubt about it you know and I was successful at what I did now. I did it so well you away. At least a lot of people were some people work. You need some sort of release. I imagine after Tournament Golf. So when I when I played in tournaments like Inbetween Rounds Dude. I need a drink after a grinding for four or five hours and I think that there's there's something to that. Yeah I think there's a lot to that. I think that there's I think for different people at it. You know having having a drink it's more psychological because I needed because I've got eighty and I needed a way to stop thinking about golf. I needed a way to sit there. And not fret over what my stroke or what. My swing felt like or anything like that. Because if 'cause I could sit there and just go nuts. I still do go nuts. I mean there's a lot of time laying in bed in the middle of the night and I'm literally thinking about my putting or I'm thinking about my chip. I'm thinking about something that has to do with golf. That's just the way mine works. You know after a while you just get tired of that. Sure you just get burnt out of thinking about it all the time. It just eats gnaws at USA for for me when it came to the PGA tour in tournament. Golf I mean listen I I. They're probably very few rounds very around probably more so today. I I don't have. I don't drink a lot when after I play golf. Just kind of getting to that age and my body just doesn't like it that much anymore but I just I needed to have something to kind of smooth me out because I was so high strung and listen to other people do it different ways some guys want to go do push ups some guys. WanNa go running. I liked the smell of of wooden barstools and inside of a sitting at the bar watching TV. Well I think that there's a lot of people out there that kind of long for those days on the PGA tour both players and fans kind of you know a Lotta people love the some of the beer guts and that kind of culture seems to have gone by the way word and would you say you were one of the guys that kind of kept that going into the two thousands and who were some of those guys would kind of more celebrate that lifestyle though the unfortunately he's not on tour anymore but Anthony. Kim was legendary. Yeah legend give me absolutely everything. You've got to be fair. I mean some of it. I don't quite recall but I mean I remember. I didn't even hang out with them. I didn't hang out with them a lot off the golf course. I think in. That probably was good for both of us because I think we would have enabled one another quite a bit but I mean I remember Vegas a couple of times and you just you. You hear the stories about you know. There was a five day event and he was out and he was legend. I mean he would. He would go hard and he was not afraid to spend money. I mean the kid was unbelievable. Talented player I mean. There's no doubt about it. And but he was he could go. There are some guys that could could fly. I mean I for me. It was more I actually would. I would have probably sit there with my caddie and hang out with my caddie more than even I'd probably go sit in the caddy room. Instead of hang out up in the in the players locker room I spent more time just going out today with my caddie than I did any other players but you know you could hear stories about some guys who like to go and some guys when I first got on tour. There's a few guys Ted purdy would. It was always fun. Hang you know especially when we had missed the cut. I mean Ted was always good to hang with. It's not like John. Daly ask you know where you would go and where you would just go into your ran into a wall. And then you'd back up and run through the wall and go. I mean it was in by our standards. It was fairly tame but just sitting around. Just having a giggle and and enjoying life and whatnot. Not Letting not letting anything get you down you know after misguide or or celebrating after after a nice week cabinet evidence solid week or something like that but you know there are some guys that that are very quiet about how they do it but I promise you there's guys out there that are right in the middle of it and they like to have fun. Well who's your caddy that you that it was at Steve. Duplantis Steve duplantis was my caddy for the Kemper. Open win he was my he was Caddy for me for probably about five months five months and I finally said I can't hang with anymore. Yes we're just a bad influence on each out part of it but I I think though in one of my rare mature moments. I figured that you know what probably needs somebody. That's a little more grounded and I went through probably three or four guys so I found the right one and then once I found the right

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Coronavirus Wreaks Havoc On The Global Shipping Industry

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Wreaks Havoc On The Global Shipping Industry

"San Francisco is of course home to a very busy port. The vessels that travel in and out of there being hit hard the corona virus is wreaking havoc on the entire global shipping industry. And this is all coming on. The back of a protracted trade war with China Amperes. Jackie Northam reports an bright blue crane clamps onto a shipping container sitting on a flatbed truck effortlessly picks it up sore sixty feet in the air and stacks it on top of five other containers. Toast the new crane-operator he's very slow. Visually it swam Bam Bam Bam Bam Bam Joe Harris a spokesman for the Port Virginia in Norfolk says the cranes are part of a new eight hundred million dollar expansion here. The third busiest port on the east coast. There's a lot of moving parts here so many pieces to it. There there are no incidental moves. Everything is planned. It's truly like a like a watch but the corona virus has upended the precision planning here and at other ports throughout the US and around the world the global supply chain was interrupted when Beijing imposed travel restrictions China Manufacturing slowed. The docks were quiet. Chinese exports ground to a halt as a result. Cargo ships are being idled in dozens of sailings have been cancelled says John Reinhardt. The CEO of the Port of Virginia. There've been over one hundred twenty ships that we're gonNA come to the United States. That have been blanked. So that means they're not sailing for the periods of late. February march and April. You could be talking anywhere from fifteen to thirty percent of the freight that normally flows in and out of this country will not be happening. This slowdown is affecting shipping. Companies Large and small worldwide Maersk. The world's biggest container ship operator warned its earnings would be lower basil. Karadzic's CEO of new york-based Crisis Marine advisers says. The past decade has not been good for shipowners. The demand has been growing at a slower rate than at dawn inch supply. So they're all the shipowners right now. Do not have much money to spare. Disruption is having a severe knock on effect for other parts of the shipping industry says Western Lebar. Ceo of the Harbour Trucking Association in Long Beach California. It's a bad time for everybody. There were three hundred teamster drivers that were laid off just last week because of the inability to have enough rate for them to move. We've seen employee. Drivers take a voluntary reduction hours for some of our companies as much as twenty five to fifty percent of ours well over half of Chinese exports to the US are unloaded in California and the Port of Los Angeles. Long Beach is the busiest complex in the country. Labar says one in every five jobs in Long Beach is directly or indirectly related to the port. Andy says businesses are down sixty to seventy percent since the beginning of February. But Lebar says there is a flicker of hope. The Corona virus is starting to ease up in China. We're hearing many of our customers. That manufacturing is starting to pick back up in China that the ports in China especially the main large port. Shanghai is now getting back to full operations and the hope is that in a week or two maybe we can start to dig ourselves out of this and get back to full operations but Labar says there is a challenge ahead to consider whether the corona virus spreading across the US will affect port operations here as it did in China. Jackie Northam NPR news.

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SpaceX Starship prototype explodes in test again - UPI News

John Batchelor

11:20 min | 1 year ago

SpaceX Starship prototype explodes in test again - UPI News

"Bob is covering an explosion at starship well a planned explosion Bob very good evening to you planned for why good evening to you good evening thank you listeners I've completed my February happy birthday fundraiser and they were very generous I cannot express how I appreciate people giving their hard earned money for something that I give them for free I really appreciate that but all right yes starship there it is this is I don't know if the plant explosion John but starship is they're building a series of prototypes with the going to be testing stuff and part of the things that you're seeing is the welding the puts the stainless steel hold together and that is the whole is also the walls of their fuel and oxygen tanks they are probably doing a lot of pressure tests which means they sometimes will pressurize things to add to fans and we don't know if this was the plan here but either way what happened is and there's a great video you can watch a behind the black I posted the video of it of the thing during their prep teammates for what was supposed to be pressure test and then it suddenly explodes and they literally leaps off the test stand and then falls on the car and crashing into a a starship prototype they're already beginning to build a the next prototype and they're gonna do more pressure test they say they might do this pressure test with Laura so it's not explosive and middle initial literally they would just simply be testing to see if those welds he'll let the ever in hold every time they do the test they're going to be asking whether the wealth hold and see if they can get him get the technology right so that they can put together a whole with well welding it together so that it can hold the pressure is necessary for a fuel and we go from a man to craft to a robot craft this is Northrup Grummond and they have a robot looking to dock with the satellite why do they want such a thing well they haven't looked they've done it this is a big deal John this is a very big deal this is something originally being developed by no orbital ATK which was purchased and merged into north of Grohman it's called the mission extension vehicle on the going to build a series of these and it's literally it's a service they're offering to the telecommunications satellite industry and to others as well whereby you've got a satellite in geosynchronous orbit it's in perfect working condition except it's run out of fuel well the mission extension vehicle that levy can dock with it and it's the these satellites don't have docking ports but with the MTV does is it uses the nozzle of the synchronous satellite engine as its docking port and it has a finger that grabs the nozzle and a box with it and then the extension vehicle in the V. then provides guidance and attitude control for the satellite and so they docked with the satellite that was built something like thirteen years ago they did this last week the first docking ever done for it with no government funds commercial commercial robotics satellite docking with a second commercial satellite that was never intended to be docked that satellite in orbit flick it doesn't eighteen use can use and now it's colonel doctor who the five years and bring it back to life it had been decommissioned is now going to be put back into service and be used and they have additional LEDs they want to sell this is a big deal this is the first step towards robotic repair maintenance and also the cleaning up of space junk in orbit they demonstrated that robots can do this is one detail Bob about robots cleaning up I have the space debris there are servicing satellites it's almost impossible to make a distinction when it's in space between and anti satellite weapon and a robot that means to be a sanitation man yeah this is this is true well to a certain extent however the the the I have space treaty forbids interfering with another satellite that belongs to somebody else without permission and so far known as pro couldn't act and anti satellite it says you have the capability of doing such things in a war but if there's no war going on so far and everyone is respected that rule in terms of cases where you want to maintain or extend the life or fix a satellite you make a deal with North agreement by mission extension vehicle or bike time unlimited this one it's in orbit is going to be a doctor this satellite for five years and then after that it will separate and it'll be able to to another satellite five more years and they have more coming so yes you're right it could be anti satellite but I think that should not be a reason not to do this because of the benefits far outweigh the negatives highlights a new paper in March March twenty twenty coming in March twenty twenty for a symposium ahead of us if all goes well the small sent revolution doing more with less Bob this is what you've been reporting on for several years yeah it is it what happened was I attended last week for a day a CubeSats symposium here in Tucson and it was a supposing we actually had students and principal scientists and engineers talking about their actual cubes that projects that are really ambitious the day was going to write this up I get a press release from Washington DC about a similar conference that's going to happen in a few weeks in Washington but it's going to be the typical Washington conference that I attended in the past he gets some big names they talk in generalities which is not true untrue about this coming school keeps that rate of evolution but the truth of the matter is that I was much more effective activity interesting to go to the one in Tucson because I saw a whole bunch of things for example thank you talking about the developing large inflatable balloon and handers reflective in tennis that they can attach to cube seconds would be many times larger than keep that would allow for high gain data transfer they're talking about using CubeSats to do astronomy monitoring stars in a wavelength normally came to earth and another example is monitoring galaxies but this keeps it with corporate model one galaxy for a period of several months to get data about it it is cheap enough that you could send the second set to moderate different galaxy and so there's all these different kinds of technology development that was really cool is interferometry where you have multiple telescopes you come find the images well they're going to build a cubesat which we use three D. printing to print out to log long beams like thirty feet long connected to the central Kitsap and the three together will produce to Mary sixty feet apart it's like a giant giant space telescope and that was really cool about that is the three D. printing in space by a robot so the kids have to coming down and they're really indicating how the space industry is splitting between smaller and smaller for the on man's part the flight and bigger and bigger which is state of SpaceX's scholarship for the band projects and SLS SLS the space of the seventh launch system the space launch system that has been delayed many years and most recently Bob and I reported another delay that was expected so I can't tell whether this is a new delay Arnold delay restated how is it Bob well it's understandable you have problems like this done because when I saw this article I had to read carefully to make sure he just wasn't a reversion of the delay I talked with you about your posting a behind the black last week but yes this is an additional delay last week they had predicted that the delayed for they were going to live from November of this year to April of twenty twenty one well this week today it needed that April of twenty twenty one is just too ambitious so now they're looking at middle to late twenty twenty one which would and I've heard other reports saying late twenty twenty one which means it's a full year delay for the first SLS mission one man's mission if it happens in twenty twenty one late in that year they'll only have three years left to meet the trump administration desire to get a manned mission landing on the moon by twenty twenty four I personally don't think that the possible it's not gonna happen there's a lot of reasons why not both most of the most critical of all these conflicts have funded it and secondly the technology and NASA's ability to build it is very very slow Bob is the are the serial delays on purpose because they can see that they're going to have to stretch this out so they give us just a little bite at a time or is this really poor planning on their part they get surprised the answer is yes order quote yogi Berra when you come to a fork take it because it's both eight they knew almost to you three years ago that they would have to make these long delays but what they do is they they they trickled out the delays in little bits to try to reduce the political and public relations hits to doing so of it yes the whole point of excellence is not to exceed anything is to provide a jobs program to Pauline and being there and NASA over a period of time and the cost plus contract football means the best thing that could possibly happen is that it gets extended because they'll make a profit and I want to just get more money so it's both John bel if it's a bad bad bad bad bad Bob what is C. lunch all this is this is a long convoluted story the launch was originally a partnership of Boeing Russia and Ukraine it was a platform floating platform that you could use as a launch pad and they use your cranium rockets to launch office with Boeing in Russian technology and they did a few launches in the nineties and then had a failure and basically went bankrupt but we wanted out of the business it eventually got out of the business by Russia giving them free flights on the so he use capsule for passengers I don't know if they sold those flights to anybody maybe NASA but so the Russia has control over it is supposedly as a private company mailing comical as seven is going to build it to launch commercial satellites they finally have get taken possession of C.

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Pirate Treasure

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Pirate Treasure

"Today. Something on shipwrecks buried. Treasure shipwrecks what the exception of iron ships those frozen in the far north are usually devoured by their watery environment. means that the classic tall else ship. Spanish galleons and Yes for the most part pirate ships have been absorbed by the sands of time literally one of the few pirates ships discovered route which included a chest of gold and silver coins. Was the white on brought up off the coast of Massachusetts by Barry Clifford in the nineteen eighties portion of the ship poor preserved under twenty feet of sand but the wider is the exception to the rule most ships from the golden age of piracy. Roughly sixteen hundred seventeen forty. Today are nothing more than a line of Canon pile of stone. Balasore iron anchor. There are plenty of shipwrecks in the base around. The world could be explored by the recreational diver. But for those that don't want to strap on an air tank. There are abandoned ships and submarines in Bays base from Russia to Scotland. And even in the desert I'll begin with Russia's Elena Bay off the Col- of Peninsula dozens of submarines up Marines and the remnants conning towers bristle out of the shallow waters abandoned some dating back to the seventies for mini-subs travel to Scotland. Our Lady Bay once you've for bombing practice. Many submarines stopped the beach. Along with the rusting. hulks of larger vessels in the South Pacific. Truk lagoon boasts the largest graveyard of submerged. Military vessels two hundred seventy five ships and sixty planes. Some of the ships sank while loaded with jeeps motorcycles earthmoving equipment many are just sixty feet below the surface. The Bay was empire Japan's main base in the Pacific during World War. Two when it was hit by a surprise attack operation hailstone but the largest Bay of Bandon ships in the world is not bay located on the edge of Nina located in the northwest list of Africa ships have been grounded and left abandoned in the bay since the nineteen twenties today. Upwards of ten ships are left in the bay every year any mention in of shipwrecks pirate or otherwise raises the question of buried treasure. I've already mentioned the wide off the Massachusetts coast as classic treasure chest but also in Massachusetts in Lynn Forest is dungeon. Rock the hiding place a pirate Thomas Tunes Treasure Hoard. It's also believed that to was the father of the man that established pirate island off. Madagascar were very clifford. Governor of the wider found the remains of captain kids ship the adventure. Galley blackbeard is said to buried a hundred and twenty gold. But says it only he and the devil know the location. Needless to say it is never been found. Pirates never drew maps with large x marking the location of their treasurer essentially. Because they were smarter than that but when they pulled their ships ashore for careening careening the processes scrape the barnacles off the planks of this ship. And sometimes those planks were placed. They would bury bury their valuable so the while they were stranded assured they would be raw by another pirate crew. Perhaps Oak Island is the most famous side of an alleged Treasure referred to as the money pit. Franklin Roosevelt attempted to find treasure there in nineteen thirteen. But to this day it is yet to reveal. Oh any treasure. No buried treasure real or myth compares to the Lima treasure removed from Lima Peru in eighteen twenty and believed to be two two hundred million in gold. Spain had ruled over Lima since the sixteenth century but was losing control and so it was decided by the mayor to transport support the richest of the city to Mexico for safekeeping. William Thomson captain of the married gear was chosen but he and his crew got greedy slit the throats of the guards guards and the priests accompanying the ship and threw the bodies overboard then headed for Cocos Island. Three hundred fifty miles off of. What is today Costa Rica where they buried read the Treasury a plan to split up but the ship was captured. Captain Crewe retreive piracy but the gold was never

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8 Offbeat Questions About Cruise Ships Answered

Tips for Travellers Podcast

11:23 min | 1 year ago

8 Offbeat Questions About Cruise Ships Answered

"Gary Benbridge. This is another my tips travis. There are eight questions I hear people often ask on a cruise ship or ask me about cruising. They really are slightly unusual and a little bit on the side so I thought I would actually answer them right here right now starting with this. Is there a jail on board a cruise ship. Well actually there is. What's known known as a break? Now if this some issue normally passages will be restricted to their cabin but there is on most cruise ships a brig this is normally a pretty secure cure room normally in your security where they can hold up rowdy passages or in fact I guess crew until they get to the next port and can hand them over to authorities artis if something serious has happened now in reality one of the big challenges on board cruise ships is crime. And how much crime exists onboard a cruise. The statistics would suggest crime rates are not particularly high. However it's quite difficult to understand because there's no requirement and no sort of central registry because of the way that cruises run where they're registered however one of the ways of looking at crime is there are eight serious crimes which cruise companies have to report? If they're either embarking or disembarking in the United States of those eight series crimes three of them are the most reported that salts sexual assaults and theft thefts of large amounts of property high value property. However it's not really known how much petty crime exists on board a cruise ship? There are no police police on board and security will deal with most issues so the things you tend to hear about are the more serious things saying that in terms of the amount of crime crime per thousand or hundreds of thousands of passengers. It's really low on a cruise so when a crime does happen on cruise ship it get a lot of publicity but it is kind of hard to get the stats but if you do for foul and you do commit a crime or cause a disturbance there is brick on board which you will be thrown into the second question that I get asked a lot and here is how many people die on a cruise every year. Well actually the number surprise me. Small around about two hundred deaths are recorded on cruise ships bear in mind something like twenty one. Twenty two million people crews on cruise ships every year. It's a pretty small a number. Most of those deaths are related to age the dying of old age onboard cruise things to look out for on a cruise. If you hear over the Tannoy a system of the loudspeakers Operation Bright Star that means as a medical issue on board some sort of medical emergency on board and if you actually hear Operation Rising Star Star that means that has been a death on board of course the cruise lines not normally like to publicize it if it happens because it's normally happens kind of creepy and a cabin or whatever. So what do they do with the bodies. Well actually cruise ships do have a morgue and have to carry body bags normally body. We put in a body bag. It'll be stored in the mock walk now. What happens there buddy depends a little bit on the port? Some ports will want the body to be disembarked. I guess sometimes the family disembark on other cases the body he will stay on board until the ship gets back to port. It often started in because that just makes it much easier for the cruise line and often for the family to deal with the third question is is it a ship or is it a boat a lot of people on cruises go crazy when people call a cruise ship a cruise boat. So what is the right terminology terminology. Well in the whole military and all the maritime world's one of the rules that people use is you can put a boat on a ship the competition on a boat if you look at cruise ships they actually have boats on them. They have life on them so that does make them so. It's kind of informal thing. Another point of view is is anything over. Twenty meters of sixty feet is considered a ship so actually for example and river cruising longtime. They were called river boats because because they were shorter than sixty feet long however the general view is that anything's over that size is ships as in the military world. Anything of that size is I liked to be called a ship in practice. There's no right or wrong. However people who are into cruising will tend to call it a ship and and not about you'll even find some crews captains please so strong and so I've been on cruises for example on celebrity cruises where Captain Kate is is renowned for a badge that she wears which says it's a ship not about the next question I hear lot and it's actually one thing I wondered about for a long time is? Why is the safety drill called a muster drill? It's quite hard to find out the reason for that but it seems to be. It's always been called that and it's comes from the word muster muster which means to gather and it's stuck. It's become one of those terms for the safety drill very important. Of course the safety drill has to be done within. Twenty four hours was of passengers embarking. Since Costa Concordia that's become even stricter and now cruise lines do that. Before the ship actually sets sail the fifth question and is. If you've ever looked at daily program you'll see a couple of people have lots of Friends of bill and Dorothy. For example. Have lots of friends so the question you could ask is. Why on Earth do bill? W dorothy and Jimmy have so many friends that they actually have a meet up or friends of Bill. W you was the one that really kicked it all off and it's because cruise lines originally didn't want to say that they were hosting alcoholics. Anonymous Meetings Built W. refers to William or bill w Wilson who was one of the CO founders of the A. Dorothy was the codename way back when for the LGBTQ jibbed community you'll find nowadays that very few cruise lines talk about friends of Dorothy meetings and they will just call them. LGBT MEET UPS nowadays. It's the Dorothy slang word has kind of disappeared people dischord LGBT. The other one that you may see although it's much less common is friends of Jimmy and friends of Jimmy. Que refers to the or narcotics anonymous which was founded by James Kenan most cruise lines though will tend to direct people looking for an NA meeting friends of Jimmy K to the Friends of Bill W meeting. So that's why Bill Jimmy and Dorothy have so many friends. Yes and meet UPS aboard the ship and other question that I hear a lot is is it saltwater. In the toilets of course no one's going to get close enough enough to actually find out and test for themselves. Well actually originally. It was saltwater in the toilets that's before desalination plants became really really expensive and were just just prohibitive so salt water was actually used both in the showers and also in the toilets that created a lot of problems because caused rust and all sorts of problems within the actual equipment. But it was originally saltwater. Today it's not salt water. The next question is where does all this clean pure non-salted water come from. There's actually three places that it can come from on a cruise ship. The first and the most traditional is what's known as bunkering bunkering is maritime term for loading loading water on board a ship and of course if what is bunkered on a cruise ship. It's tested on both. Make sure it's all safe to drink. However nowadays cruise ships will tend to make their own water and two ways of doing that the first of the processes that cruise ships use themselves on board is known as steam? Evaporation so this is where the cruise ship uses uses the heat. The huge amount of heat that's generated by the engines. They take salt water. The heated up it evaporates the water evaporates all assaults and stuff is left behind. They then turn the steam back into water through condensation and they have water that they can entreat and make ready the other process S.. which is the most common process is known as reverse osmosis? So what happens here is was taken on board. And it's basically pushed through the microscopic screen which then keeps all the salts in the stuff like that behind and any of the fresh clean water go through because the water is then treated and make sure that it's safe to drink and consume and soon so this is the key ways that the ship gets water that people drink and use on board so water is perfectly safe drinking. It's processed and treated extremely Tarini thoroughly before it's sent through the ship for consumption and use. The next question is around waist now clearly on ships of several thousand people well an enormous amount of waste is going to be generated by human waste and rubbish. Waste so what actually happens to all of that waste. Let's talk first of all about surge. Judge Binds National Law. Oceangoing vessels are actually able to put surge in the once that twelve miles out from from land and they're going to certain speed however cruise ships are however not allowed to do it so all cruise lines which part of clear the Cruise Line Association abide right by policy which says that no untreated surge will be put it into the sea anywhere in the world at any time. So what happens. Well it's treated on board. First of all they take blackwater which is basically the human waste and take gray waters. That's water that's come out of things like the kitchens or the basis or the showers. Those two would is is all combined in certain ratios there then treated by nearly sort of bacterial treatment which purifies it then goes through another process they use UV to really treat the water rather than chlorine or chemicals because ultimately the water wants treated and is back to being completely it'd be safe and free of impurities is released normally back into the ocean when it comes to food waste all the food waste is collected and it goes through. These grinders turned turn basically into a runny mixture which then is normally also able to then be released into the sea sometimes of course it is then pumped in on land when it comes to other waste raced this whole process. What's important to know is crucial to have an environmental office on board charge of all of these various operations? So when it comes to waste your cabinet shoot for example. We'll sort through all of your waist and sorted into plastics to metals into paper. All of the glass is collected on board. It's sorted by color it's ground down and then disembarked because it sold off as waste can be recycled on land papers sorted out it's all bundled up and again that's handed of And sold for recycling and the same is done separately for Kabul and of course for things like metal cans all crushed down so there's a huge pick operation. One things. I would encourage you to do if you have a cruise ship that offers a full behind the scene to now you'll have to pay for these but it will take you right and down as the deck of the ship and you get to meet the environmental officer and you get to see the whole processing plot and it's really interesting to see how they take the waste both human wastes and the gray ray water and paper and glass and cans and it's really good to see firsthand how it's actually dealt with so this whole big recycling operation that takes WCHS place onboard cruise

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The Shaanxi Earthquake - January 23, 1556

This Day in History Class

03:10 min | 1 year ago

The Shaanxi Earthquake - January 23, 1556

"The day. He was January. Twenty third fifteen fifty six. A huge earthquake hit Shansi Province in northern China. It's believed to be the deadliest birth quake in recorded history the earthquake struck Shaanxi and the neighboring province of SCIENC- early that morning the pronunciations of those two who provinces are very similar and have slight tonal differences. So I'm probably getting them wrong but I'm going to go with it. The earthquake is estimated to have been a magnitude eight on the moment magnitude scale. It's not the strongest earthquake ever recorded but it caused great destruction in the region the area where or it hit was heavily populated. IM- buildings were not constructed with earthquakes in mind. The quake caused ground fissures substance and landslides. Hides it destroyed. Mountains caused flooding and caused fires villages near the epicenter. Were completely destroyed. The disaster is believed leave to have reduced the population of Shansi and Shaanxi. By around sixty percent. The epicenter of the earthquake is recorded as being in the Way River Valley Ali inside C. Province near the CDs of why Shean way nine and high in but damage was recorded as much as three hundred miles or five hundred kilometers away. From the epicenter in some places crevices as deep as sixty feet. Were carved out of the earth. An estimated estimated eight hundred thirty thousand people died in the disaster. That said this number could be too high or too low. Monuments were also lost in the disaster. The small wild goose pagoda built around seven. Oh nine lost around six feet in height. Many of the artifacts Imas delay forest in Entira were damaged or destroyed including works from a collection called a tongue stone classics the tongue. Stone classics are a group of Chinese. Works that were engraved on one hundred. Fourteen stone tablets. Dozens of those tablets were broken and the earthquake aftershocks continued for half a year. After the Shaanxi earthquake many survivors were injured in the disaster or had no shelter. Many people in the region previously live in. y'All dogs a type hype of Earth. Shelter carved out of a hillside

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Mitch Landrieu On The South's Racial Divide... And How To Bridge It

In Black America

08:24 min | 1 year ago

Mitch Landrieu On The South's Racial Divide... And How To Bridge It

"I'm John L. Hanson in junior and welcome to another addition of him black America on this week's program divided by design with the Honorable Mitch Landrieu former mayor of New Orleans in Black America. You know so you know. We took all that information and said you know what are we gonNa do and one of the things we WANNA do is set up of an organization that helps number one. Educate most Americans about what the real history of our country is so that they can begin to understand institutional racism which clearly exists. Secondly we are going to Use Art Music Culture Sports to help change those stores and bring people together. We're going to do. Is We want to help. Train leaders and communities about what an equity agenda agenda would look like how equality and equity of two different things. And that if you really mean that everybody should have an equal opportunity that you have to design systems to do it and effectively. The conclusion was big picture was that the country is the way it is because we designed it this way and if we're divided you know somebody designed it so that we can be divided and if we want at the beach gather we got a redesign. It we gotta fix what we broke going up in the politically active and socially conscious family. Ms Landrus political roots. Run deep in Louisiana. Lisi Anna Way served two terms as governor and sixteen years in the state legislature and eight years as mayor of New Orleans to this any as seen seen firsthand how segregation and racism as affected communities in this country and particularly in the south over the course of year. His team met with people where they he lived. They traveled to twenty communities across thirteen southern states. They visit diverse parts of the region geographically demographically and culturally along their journey they had discussions in many different settings from one on one interview to small groups and roundtables to focus groups to community listening sessions. The capstone of their research is eighteen. Hundred Person Survey across the stage. They visited the report title divided by designs. The cavs for discussion or how. The American south experience issues of race and class in their communities. Recently in Black America spoke with Mayor Landrieu born and bred New Orleans Louisiana. The Anna one of nine children. We'd be my brothers and sisters. We got thirty eight kids and been here my whole life. There was an idea. What was I going up in New Orleans with nine kids families? You got to get to the front of the line as fast as you can get there. It was a I lived in a in a great neighborhood. We played street ball all the time. came from a big family. You know born and raised the and it was just a just a Lotta fun growing up. It's hard once you grew up in New Orleans to live anywhere else. 'cause wait okay. I'm sure everybody everybody feels good about the neighborhood. Do they grow up in what we we had a good time. What was it about your family and politics? You know it's an interesting. My Dad was a was a poor kid. He didn't hardly Nichols Rub together. Did know anybody grew up in a house that was about eighteen feet wide and sixty feet deep and live right across the street from from a cemetery grew up in a store room of his mom. Is You know house where she was. selling stuff to folks in the neighborhood he got around. You know after I got out of law school. Who figured that he wanted to try to do something good and ran for office and you know from there the whole family? Has You know based on what my mom and dad's work has been been kind. Kevin Gage the public service. Now not all of my brothers and sisters are in elected office. But you know they. They have spent their time. You know kind of following the lead of trying to give back where they could. In in your opinion what makes New Orleans such a vibrant city and people want to visit as often as possible. Well you've been here. Yeah you know we were talking a little bit Before your daughter went to school here this is a we celebrate it out three hundred dollars bursary this year. We have always been a very diverse place rich culture. You know history is such that and this is part of one of the efforts. I'm working on it we were. We were a huge Originating spot for slavery in America we also had the influence of the French the Spanish German. It was because of bovine. History is sorted history in some parts glorious than the others it has been a melting pot. That's reflected the soul of the country very culturally rich culturally deep and it has just been a really interesting place to live. You know I like to think of losses At least reflecting both burst both both the best and the worst of America because I- diversity from the beginning has been Great strength and You know it's it's it's got. His problems bought thought. You know. It is very reflective of the full diversity of what we hope that. America's GonNa be one day we're new became mayor of New Orleans. The city was experiencing just after Katrina. Give us a snapshot of how the city has progressed. Since that time. Well everybody remembers. I mean if it's almost like when nine eleven hit you remember where you were. Most people remember where they were. When Katrina hit? I mean it was a defining moment for us because the whole city was destroyed. I mean we. We got beat to death by that storm. I mean literally. We lost eighteen hundred of our brothers and sisters and bothered fathers aunts and uncles and kids every physical structure in the city. Almost underwater seventeen feet of water for weeks. I mean we had to rebuild this thing from nothing and you know like when when you're in a tragedy you come together because you have to you know you you better you better find somebody that can lift you up. You're not GonNa make it and you better listen body else up. But they're not Michael Baker and out of that tragedy. The people of New Orleans you know had a common focus and we came together. We had to rebuild all of our schools. We rebuilt the hospitals. We're opening up a brand new airport Next week with the rebuild all of our schools and we had to get our feet back underneath us and so you know although it was a very tragic tragic moment in the city miraculously. I mean the people found a way to rise above lots of different things. That separate us and rebuild the city and so the city is doing really really well. Now it is. It's further along than I think. People expected it to be. I think people now can look at the complications in Puerto. Rico go on in other places. It's hard to come back when you get beat. You know by by a natural catastrophe like that you'll see these wildfires in California put some communities. He's on the back one of the interesting things about it and this is something that we've all known is that people had stuff before the storm had an easier time coming back then people. That didn't have stuff. You know. So generation wealth and resilient to the communities are all very much an important part of. You know making sure that that you're ready to come back and it's been a little bit uneven but you know the city if you came here you'd be surprised at how how much progress has been in the last thirteen years the sand obviously with the rebuilding of New Orleans. You had a team. Well who are some of the other individuals that one part of the city government that you leaned upon on to get advice and insight. Well the truth is and I'm not trying to be cute here but the answer is everybody in the the only way that the city could come back was by having everybody in the world and help us so we got huge numbers of a financial and philanthropic donations from other countries Um working with the president of the United States was really really important in his cabinet. Getting the state government the local government but on the ground down on the ground having the faith based Community Mutiti the not for profit community you know individuals at all wanted to help everybody in kind of deal and You know there was so many people it'd be hard to call out. I want to but literally as I was the one of the most blessing. Blessed things was no matter who restarted. The answer was always yes. And that's why New Orleans feel so thankful to the rest of the country for all that that you guys gave us and so you know we want people to come visit and see it you know. I think you'll be surprised. You know we're like any other big city in America we have challenges and that will be here before Katrina and we're trying to figure them out from housing. The transportation redoing the criminal justice system all of those things. We still have great challenges with. But we're better off than we were before the storm.

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A Quick Painting Tip

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00:26 sec | 1 year ago

A Quick Painting Tip

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Visiting the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete

Scuba Shack Radio

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Visiting the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete

"Today your next dive. I'm GONNA take you to the Atlanta's dive resort in Douma Getty first of all. You'll fly into Manila from the US and it's a long flight for for example direct from JFK. You can fly to Manila overnight and there are a lot of options from various points in the US in the West Coast. Once you get get to Manila. You'll be transferred by the Atlanta's organization to a flight to do Magadan on an airline called Seibu Pacific as I mentioned. It's just the short one hour flight in the morning. Once you get to do a getty the attendance will pick up your bags from the baggage claim and load them on a van. Where you'll it'll take about a thirty to forty minutes Ride to the resort which is down which is just outside the Duma getty city. You'll get to the resort. It's a little short Dirt road down to the resort. Not Very Long. But it's interesting flows through to the resort. And once you get there you walk completely. Threw the resort to the front desk area. Where you'll check in immediately when we got to the place it made us feel at home? We got there at a later in the day. We were there at dinner and we all sat down to dinner and while we were waiting for dinner. They gave us a quick neck massage. While we were getting manning served so pretty interesting the rooms. We were very very impressed with the room. They're really nice. They can have either a king size bed. Ed or double beds Our Room had a nice couch in it. It was a desk spacious so we could lay out all of our stuff. Also Our Room had double sinks in the bathroom very very nice room. The rooms also had a deck associated winning which are sheltered and they had a ceiling fan on top of the deck. A nice place to dry your bathing suits out or some gear. Plus there was a lounge chair out on the on the deck area. Now I did notice that some of the decks also had hammocks on them. Let's talk about the food to Tokyo. Restaurant is outstanding. You will get three meals a day their breakfast which is all car. You can get a Omelettes waffles. French toast If you're going there eggs benedict are pretty good The one that I really liked where the chocolate banana French toast luncheon dinner. There's a menu board and you can get a super salad. There's up to four entrees on their things like chicken beef fish noodle stir FRY PASTA ASTA and then two desserts this talk about diving. Wow it was outstanding you take aac either. A small motor launch or sometimes there's a larger Bach abode. Noser like with the outriggers on it few on the bottom boat. They're very spacious. Die Sites sites are very close. One to ten minutes away and you can get either muck diving or muck and ref- or just just just reef and we were very very amazed at the colors the fish life the biodiversity. It really seems like it's on steroids. Loyd's compared to the Caribbean. There was not a lot of depth there we usually stayed in the sixty foot range and every dive was sixty minutes. It's or more visibility. Came in at about eighty feet. Also we did a trip to Otto island which is about a forty forty five to fifty minute boat ride where we did three dives. The coral on Apo island was fabulous. I think they say there's over six hundred species of quarrel in six hundred and fifty species of marine life on UPO island. Another thing that we did was your trip over to Seibu. Two Oz. Lob Job where we snorkeled with will sharks now the dive locker is pretty spacious. You get a little cubby for your certain in gear. There are showers into dive locker. Rinse tanks and an area for nighthawks analysis and recording. Debriefing area is Outside and you go through a brief between each dive at what you do you come back between dives to shore change out your tanks get briefed and go forward Lord. There's a Cameroon a classroom. And there's an on site SPA and pool if you don't WanNa take die a take a day off a diving you can do other tours. There's a city tour where you can go out and do some shopping you can get up to five dives a day. Atlantis dive resort. We were so impressed that we are planning to go back in two thousand twenty one with the shop trip

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"sixty foot" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Sixty foot fashioned fountain and Greenspace with bird and closures rabbit fields right now, folks, driving by the western spur of the New Jersey turnpike and see the indoor roller coasters through the clear facade and the amusement park. Also, an indoor waterpark theaters indoor ski slopes. Skating rink along with three million square feet of over four hundred and fifty stores and restaurants. CBS news time is three forty eight. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on what's up Daniels continues across the East River leave the fixture bridge lower level. Each way, some lane closures battery tunnel with one to show the other handling. Traffic brought out of the arcade. Tribe, ROY got a couple lanes down. In Queens-bound got a couple lanes closed there to now across the Hudson. At the Holland will name blocked each way, Lincoln, the tube closure shutdown of the north tube. And the George Washington Bridge, your inbound lower levels, close with construction of Palisades ramp has been reopened though in the upstairs. You got three lanes blocked on the span still in jersey on the western spur of the New Jersey turnpike northbound fifteen sixteen w he had a couple lanes down with construction project, their route eighty on the eastbound side at exit twenty seven and a couple lanes closed that project still dealing with an issue on the Garden State Parkway, but just about wrapped up with an extinguished vehicle fire into Colonia service areas so that should be gone completely very soon rocket Westchester on the New York state Thruway some work southbound into. The tap the bridge and construction. Connecticut on the turnpike. Southbound exit seventeen in Westport, and also did nine in Stanford and I would extra update less than ten minutes on WCBS and now the five day forecast from Matt Randy early morning hours. It'll be cleared Harley cloudy, breezy, and turning cooler, low down to fifty six later today,.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Crews inspected, a sixty foot section of railing along the bridge and replaced it Wednesday, the crash between a tow truck and a big rig on westbound highway, fifty cents a tow truck over the railing and into the water with two people inside the two are believed to be a married. Couple who owned the tow company crews have been unable to locate them the truck was found submerged about thirty feet under the water after twice voting to keep the death penalty. There's a new poll out that finds most Californians are siding with governor Newsom when it comes to the death penalty, the survey by the public policy institute of California fined sixty two percent of adults favor life in prison over the death penalty. Thirty one percent favored the death penalty Newsom signed an executive order two weeks ago. Halting inmate executed. On death row. He wants to take it further and make it state law beyond his term as governor state. Corrections officials are confirming that an inmate died from legionnaire's disease at a Stockton prison. The man tested positive for legionella, the bacteria that leads to a type of pneumonia after his death sixteen other inmates have been tested for the disease fourteen came back negative one tested, positive another. They're still awaiting the results. There is an effort to end discrimination against African American hairstyles. It's continuing to advance at the state capitol. The Senate Judiciary committee giving its approval to a Bill that would end what Senator Holly Mitchell calls a centuries long history of racial discrimination based on hairstyle, the euro Centric model of what's attractive. What's acceptable? What's professional needs to be altered? Senator Mitchell says her SP one eighty eight known as the crown act insta- create a respectful and open workplace for natural hair by clarifying. The traits historically associated with race should be protected in the fair. Employment and housing act. There is a real movement for African Americans to wear our hair in its natural state, meaning to not artificially straighten it either through relaxers or hot combs or curling iron the committee has agreed to amend the crown act also cover school students. It now heads to the appropriations committee. Joe Michaels NewsRadio B K Sacramento. City officials have filed for a restraining order against a man who has repeatedly disrupted city council meetings. The unusual step is being taken after Alexander Clark made threatening comments shouted expletives and has forced meetings to be adjourned early on three different occasions at times, he's jumped onto the lectern and made death threats against police officers. If granted Clark would be ordered to stay at least three hundred yards away from city council members their homes and city hall and officials in fair oaks are wondering what exactly it is keeps exploding out there. Nobody's really happy about this series of loud explosions have been reported for the past several months usually late at night, the black. Have been loud enough to set off car alarms and rows people from a sound sleep. It's become so common about five hundred people have signed onto a Facebook page the tracks the times of the explosion. But nobody seems to know what's behind the blasts. Sheriff's investigators believe someone is setting off large illegal fireworks with blasts. Equal to a half a stick of dynamite. But nobody's been caught after multiple reports of explosions over the past weekend. The sheriff's helicopter was sent in to look for the source, but they also came up empty, and let's get a check of our traffic. Trouble spot. Right now, here's Brian Noble's. We still have crews on the scene of that vehicle versus bicyclists with major injuries southbound watt avenue a little bit north of Roseville road. They're calling for a cleanup crew to come out there. And they're just waiting for that to happen, complete traffic and weather together in three minutes. Plus the government is proposing the first changes in mammography in more than twenty years. We'll tell you how your next mammogram could be different and your top national stories coming up on KFI K Sacramento turns first for breaking news, News Radio KFB. Join.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Laid within sixty feet. No comment from the federal agents on the four point three one billion dollar construction plan that would also include paved roads and security technology. The manhunt continues for a suspect who shot three men at to west Phoenix apartment complexes before kidnapping his girlfriend all three victims in critical condition from the shooting at fifty first avenue at Thomas and twenty th avenue. Bethany hall Vinexpo sergeant Tommy Thompson says. Edison, Nola, kidnap, his girlfriend, Andrea Dixon. They're very worried about her safety. Here's the car. Police are looking for white Chevrolet Malibu with a Wisconsin played on it. Adam Adam Charles, eight four one zero. And if you see the vehicle contact the police immediately, don't try to approach it for pictures of the suspect in kidnapping victim to KTAR dot com and Phoenix Jim cross KTAR news. And while they were out looking for the suspect morning near nineteenth avenue and Monroe. Police came across another suspect trying to steal a car. They were in the area looking for that suspect circulating area trying to find him. They had an individual who started running from them and actually jumped over several fences running from them Phillies. Police sergeant Tommy Thompson says no officers were injured and the suspect is in extremely critical condition. Thompson says this incident is not related to the three shooting victims from last night or the man wanted for kidnapping KTAR is on education the man in the middle of the college bribery scam. College consultant and founder of edge, college and career network Williams singer has people asking just how fair the admissions process is this after singer lied and help students cheat to get into schools college, admissions consultant Aaron good now joined the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show to say you have to do the work. So you get into the school this crossed the line. And this cross d major line. This is cheating. This is faking. Test scores faking profile I athletics, she says some people treat the admission process is a game. And try to cheat. Fifty other people have reportedly been indicted in the nation so far. Let's check the traffic.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Up some food force economy tackle kayak. And then again, the whiskey Ben barbecue supply in Dunedin traeger grill to sign up for as well. So a lot of good stuff there incredible week on the water so Monday, we're looking at the weather scheduled to go off shore, it's glassed out. And I get to the dock at seven AM my buddy, captain, Colin, I Fong and his brother Taylor. We're gonna run out in the thirty five contender. And I'm thinking we're going to go off shore. And he said I want to go deep. Museo wanna go do some thinking? Okay. So we're gonna make a forty mile runner fifty mile run. I get the dock in the morning okay Cup. Where are we going to sit? I stops a hundred and thirty four miles hundred and thirty four you'll be there, Tuesday three and a half hours later we pull up on the spot. Here's the funny part. So. We drop down. And of course, it takes. You can have a whole conversation with people on the boat. What you waiting for the lead to get to the bottom, you know, two hundred sixty foot of water, and he goes do we're looking at the machine, right? The Ray marine is choked full of fish choked who say Christmas tree. It's unbelievable. So he's like dude when you get to the bottom, I want you to count to three and then real a, Mike. You're not gonna wait for the by. He goes, oh, no he'll be on Mike what you'll be on. Sure. Enough gets involved count to three star really serious over and over and over that AJ I saw like Jurassic Park the fish were gargantuan, dude. That's awesome. Five pound AJ? Yeah. We were a hundred and thirty four miles it just to put it in perspective for the listeners the south end of the middle. Ground is eighty miles. We went one thirty four. Your knee deep, and it was it was crazy. We stopped three times we stopped in two hundred sixty foot of water the last opposite four hundred feet of water. Wow. That's a lot of really it was crazy. And I'll tell you what I've never been a big. I always thought to myself, you know, unless you're doing daytime swordfish nighttime swordfish six seven eight hundred foot of water or something. I'm always like, you know, what I'm this. I'm not an electric real guy. We're just going to man up and do this by hand. Oh, I bet you let me tell you what we hit that last spot dropped one down to four hundred caught a big old gag by twenty five Pounder, and I looked at Megaza, Mike. I'm ready for an electric now. Yeah. I mean seriously. You're just like, oh, dear God, that's a long ways. That's a long ways. Yeah. But great fishing all week this week. You know that weather. We had crazy. Just kind of a cool a week there. A break in the weather. The winds were down the water the air temps kinda came up. Forty miles in three hours and had to be it was it was really coming out the whole time we run into my dear God, I hope this doesn't turn windy between now. And when we leave the spot because coming back added coming back if k does happen coming back and forth to sixes would have been bad. But it didn't. We had glass conditions all day. We are glass conditions all week by buddy. Captain Ryan record called me last night. So they went to a hundred and forty feet of water yesterday in his skater bay boat, which I think is crazy. And but as I say the videos of it on his Facebook page in its glass dot com, but they had mangrove snapper twenty six to twenty eight inches one right after another out there in one hundred foot of water. So it's that time of year. Everything's kind of.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KOMO

"Sixty foot pool b current owner wants thirty five million visits on an acre of Beverly Hills. And she's living in Lisbon weather, sun, hones his soccer skills. She is Madonna wanna buy a house too late. This two story houses sold one block from the church of Scientology headquarters in Clearwater, Florida. Being renovated by the. The new owner a Mr. Tom Cruise by by house. It's over ten thousand square feet with fifty rooms created from forty two buried school buses. Okay. Bruce beach has built a nuclear fallout shelter up in Horning mills Candida. Oh, and it's not for sale either. Since the eighty three year old beach still thinks it could keep him alive. In the forthcoming. Nuclear holocaust wanna buy a house too late this three story home in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles already taken. It includes eight bedrooms, eleven baths, cigar, theater rooms and a fifteen hundred bottle wine cellar brand new Los Angeles. Laker LeBron James shelled out twenty three million for it. And what to buy a house? It's on six acres near Peekskill, New York, and it's a little weird. The main house was called the mothership the guest houses called the scout ship. Plus, there's a round storage area and two swimming pools built a nineteen fifty nine it was part studio part home and part party house along with a huge library on UFO's parasite. Ecology and the paranormal the main reason they're asking twelve million dollars for it is because of who this UFO true believer was Jackie Gleason, the offbeat. I'm Jim Bohannon America.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sixty foot pool b current owner wants thirty five million since it's on an acre of Beverly Hills, and she's living in Lisbon winter sun, hones his soccer skills. She is Madonna want to buy a house too late does two story houses sold one block from the church of Scientology headquarters in Clearwater, Florida. Being renovated by the. The new owner a Mr. Tom Cruise, but by house it's over ten thousand square feet with fifty rooms created from forty two buried school buses. Okay. Bruce beach has built a nuclear fallout shelter up in Horning mills Candida. Oh, and it's not for sale either. Since the eighty three year old beach still thinks it could keep him alive. In the forthcoming. Nuclear holocaust wanna buy a house too late this three story home in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles has already taken it includes eight bedrooms, eleven bath cigar theater rooms and a fifteen hundred bottle of wine cellar brand new Los Angeles. Laker LeBron James shelled out twenty three million for it. And what to buy a house? It's on six acres near Peekskill, New York, and it's a little weird. The main house was called the mothership the guest houses called the scout ship. Plus, there's a round storage area and two swimming pools built in nineteen fifty nine it was part studio part home and part party house along with a huge library on UFO's parasites. Collagen the paranormal the main reason they're asking twelve million dollars for it is because of who this UFO true believer was Jackie Gleason, the offbeat. I'm Jim Bohannon America in.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KOMO

"And Eighty-one thanks for joining us I'm Charlie Harger our editor today is Bill o.'neil a teenager from southwest. Washington is in the hospital and fortunate to be alive. After being pushed from a bridge as komo's Brian Calvert reports some believe is just a matter of time before. Police find the person responsible because it was all caught on video camera the sixteen year old was out with some friends standing on the, bridge at Moulton falls on, the Lewis river it's legal to jump in the water from, the bridge she was standing on the outer ledge and whether, she had considered jumping herself. Or not she clearly it changed her mind. About a possible leap take a listen She says no I won't go in a witness. Repeats our decision Sando she clearly has changed her. Mind and no should may know which makes it even more horrific when she suddenly shoved off the bridge into the water below is over sixty feet for doctors have told me. That you know that you know it's about the way you follow the girl's mom is seeing the video which. Clearly shows the face of the other girl who pushed her daughter. She should probably just. Turn herself in realized that she, hit wrong, this is. Not okay she could have killed my daughter Brian Calvert KOMO news now, we're hearing from that girl who. Has pushed Jordan holders and says she suffered, some pretty, serious, injuries when she hit the water, pain without medication Five broken ribs Air bubbles in my chest or county sheriff's office is investigating person who pushed her from the bridge is now being described, as a friend though Holger Sohn isn't saying much about that A fire burning near lake Chalan has been named the new top priority in, the north, west the cougar creek. Fire, was sparked by lightning in late July but recent hot temperatures and gusty. Wind has caused it to swell to over ten thousand acres. In size hotshot crews rather west coast fires now arriving on the scene as our teams from as far away as. Australia three hundred homes and businesses are currently threatened by the flames and there have been several evacuations near the town. Of any because the fire danger is so high across the state new fire restrictions went into. Effect yesterday in the Olympic national park and forest and mount Baker Snoqualmie national forest needs. Campfires are only allowed at developed campgrounds picnic areas in rental cabins that have approved fire pits he found with low levels of plutonium and,.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"All as ace ace ace in pasadena ason glen bernie a lot of good sales i'll mention began later in the show let's go to park bill good morning martha ellen how are you i'm doing okay i mean scheduling and operation in the process no they're doing all kinds of tests to be sure of strong enough that the operation and they they keep finding little things yeah yeah so okay what's wrong with plan tap i cannot find seaweed in the gallon jokes where are you looking seasons valley view they all have the courts for nobody has the gallon the gallon ace i know they are there's nothing wrong with plant tabs the problem is these guys are not restocking okay let me say this i i went to a couple independent garden centers this week and i asked him how businessman and the answer is terrible really terrible one of the worst years they can't ever remember and they're loath to we stock anything because they have all these plants sitting there that they gotta pay for yeah yeah because the bills were due in may and the plants are sitting there and having been turned into cash so that may be something that is affecting some of these people but there's nothing wrong with plant tabs the problem is with the individual stores you might call kings dean to be sure it's in stock all the aces and kingston so far for me but i will change dean is not that much farther than then valley view okay you can get from valley view the kings dean ten minutes okay double check they haven't okay okay next question when is the best time of the day to water in general early morning if you can lay the hose right on the ground and not get any foliage evening is also very good okay in the heat of the day is not good especially if you're going to get the foliage okay and the worst of all is to take a really hot day and water them and turn the sprinkler rana's alia's because they'll probably be dead in a couple of days they will not tolerate icy cold water on a really day when the temperatures almost one hundred okay i have one more question i we seated about sixty foot by ten foot area we had topsoil broaden and i use the grass did you recommended a couple of months ago i can't single taliban talapity okay came up beautiful but he came up with a lot of weeks so stupidly reused read in feet and i have so many dead spots now my question is can i receipt and how long do i have to wait ideally you will wait to its cooler and moisture which should be the end of august okay however if you're not going away in if you can keep it wet you can recede now i'm not doing any harm with having the weedon feet down well when did you put the we'd be down about three weeks ago you probably are not gonna do any harm if it's been three weeks and if you watered some in durham weed and feed only works through the leaves and i think you're going to be okay you might give it one more week and make sure you've done a thorough watering okay now the weeds the weeds did not come with the grass seed i know that we've tank tops must've been in the top yes thank you so much our have a feast day all right you take care hang on poland's second let me explain about weeds and topsoil okay a lot of these places that sell topsoil in bulk have these huge mounds of topsoil and they're covered in weeds and that's where they those are the ones that have a heavy weed infestation those that keep those mountains clean i'm not gonna say you're not gonna get any weeds but you'll get less yeah yeah but i see these giant mountains topsoil just covered in weeds so thank you so much you take care you too bye bye okay let me talk about what's going on in patrick's antique surreal find he called me last night and he's got some.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We could take down a whale and these teeth again you said are about six to eight inches long yeah the biggest one and it was ever found a by vita for teacher who may live on diver he would dive into the rivers off the coast of carolina and he actually died he drowned that way but he had found one seven and a half inches long massive god and they had how many teeth in their mouth they had about twenty eight and it's hot robot twenty seven in the bottom row but there were layers they were set back in like a conveyor belt on each tooth that was sticking out of his jaw were five or six more that were laying back folded back into the gum line in the movie do they ever eat some poor guy i'm sure they're gonna see some humans pretty well gosh sixty foot long if one opens the mouth of one of these things how big would that be what could you fit in there a washing machine oh no much bigger in fact i have a picture of myself standing one of these mega on jaws created based on the size of rented jaw and you're talking about ten feet high you can take it could eat a a small elephant one bite how long could it stay in the water underneath you know sharks are fish so they have no reason to come up show they breathe through their gills exactly so that's why i'm saying that they could actually be in deep water and we would never know it you know we have a tendency to think that the shark is done there because we see the dorsal fin surfing on the surface but sharks have no need to surface sea whale has to surface right well has the surface exactly so they could just stay down there and do what they do they could probably swallow a small boat couldn't they they could and you know we're talking about a shark that has sensors that are put us nuclear submarine to shame it could smell a drop of blood miles away or drop it could affect your heartbeat by the electrical stimulus created when your heartbeat could detect vibrations in the water through its lateral line which ones which were these new a massive cells that run along inside of its flank of course has a tremendous sense of smell and taste and i mean this was a formidable marine monster to put it lightly oh sure absolutely we're what steve alton we're talking about his meg series and of course he's written about the loch ness monster we'll talk about that he's also done some work with dr steven greer on ufo's undisclosed as the novel book we'll talk about that as well what is the name of the movie that's coming out the movie is called the make can there will be an accompanying book that comes out today as a matter of fact in trade paperback with the movie cover on it and seventeen images inside and even a free prequel in there as well what did she how many how many screens will it opened up to stephen this is why distribution so it'll be everywhere in the world on august six that's exciting hey i hope you win an academy award thank you georgia's and you're very kind that would be great i mean it really would in these are exciting movies too we we you know a lot of times they say well the movie never looked like the book are you happy with the movie that's very true and the reason that happens i've learned over.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm sure they're gonna feast on humans pretty well gosh sixty foot long if one opens the mouth of one of these things how big would that be what could you fit in there a washing machine oh no much bigger in fact i have a picture of myself standing in one of these live on jaws recreating based on the size of renew jaw and you're talking about ten feet high you can take it could eat a a small elephant one bite how long could it stay in the water underneath well sharks are fish so they had no reason to come up with their they breathe through their gills exactly so that's why i'm saying that they could actually be in deep water and we would never know it you know we have a tendency to think that the shark is down there because we see the doors surfing on the surface but sharks have no need to surface sea whale has to surface right well has the surface exactly so they could just stay down there and do what they do they could probably swallow a small boat couldn't they they could and you know you were talking about a shark that has sensors that are put a nuclear submarine to shame it could smell a drop of blood miles away or drop of urine in the water it could affect your heartbeat by the electrical stimulus created when your heartbeat it can detect vibrations in the water through its lateral line which ones which were these massive felt that run along inside of its plank of course has a tremendous sense of smell and taste and i mean this was a formidable marine monster to put it lightly oh sure absolutely we're what steve alton were talking about his meg series and of course he's written about the loch ness monster we'll talk about that he's also done some work with dr steven greer on ufo's undisclosed as the novel book we'll talk about that as well what is the name of the movie that's coming out the movie is called the make can there will be an accompanying book that comes out today as a matter of fact in trade paperback with the movie cover on it and seventeen images inside and and even a free prequel in there as well would be how many how many screens will it opened up to stephen this is why distribution so it'll be everywhere in the world on august six that's exciting i hope you win an academy award thank you george very kind that would be great i mean it really would in these are exciting movies too we were you a lot of times they say well the movie never looked like the book are you happy with the movie that's very true and the reason that happens i've learned over the years because this is not the first time it was option i mean way back when we first started together twenty two years ago it was actually options by hollywood pictures which by disney and then you later it was optioned by new line cinema and descriptions they had attached to that we're just horrible and they never produced the movie how come thank god they never did well hollywood pictures the president of the of the company was fired and whenever the president of a studio leaves the incoming president never does the work that he did no he doesn't want that because if the guy at the movie does well then it'll be credited the other and if it does wrong he gets blamed for it exactly so it's a no win situation that's a good point line cinema they just it was it was a cluster of mistakes bad scripts no cofinancing undersold the foreign rights so it was just never going to happen and then what happens is after the right you've heard it back to me i met with producer bell avery who was a little known producer but she raised great amounts of money for pictures and she worked on a per seventy long years and dedicated her life to it and that's the reason of happened because of ballet very well that's super well i'm glad i'm here i'm happy for your steve i know how long you were in the.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KNSS

"Or the new generations hard back on dot com they will get a make tooth fragment with their order which is actually worth about three or four times the book oh super so these these were actually teeth that were in the mouth tens of thousands of years ago i gotta ask you this too because i have been told that you've been diagnosed with parkinson's is that true that i've had it for twelve years yes boy you sure hit it house how you handle yourself now every day but you do the best you can and you know there are a lot of people have it a lot worse than i am so i had no right to complain you have the new shake a little bit i get some tremors some things that i take for the tremors that there are national that help that part is is walking at times and so i'm a little fearful walking down the red carpet on august six but we'll do the best thing to be strong you this is what michael j fox to has to isn't it yes same thing well if we can help you with some of the are many natural pathak doctors stephen tap into us and thank him sure they'd be glad to give you some little supplements and things like that to help you out so you continue to write what's next for you well i just finished my generations which is the sixth book in the series in it's definitely the best were not selling it in stores were just showing up steve all dot com but it's it's great because it tasted the series a step further into the panther lhasa the remainder of the pants lots to see which was the ocean that used to cover the entire earth and has marine species that they'd back three hundred million years so now you get you get some pretty wild creatures in it my my webmaster lax's commenting on the trailer which he loves he's got links he's got a link setup on the show but he said it's like king kong in the water that's a that's a good description by like i like that i like that did this creature i mean i what did it eat i guess at eight other fish in in things like that it actually eight whales because we find homar gosh fossilized so well phone with shards of megabombs teeth still sticking out of them so we could take down a whale and these teeth again you said are about six to eight inches long yeah the biggest one and it was ever found by veto per teacher who was a native diver he would dive into the rivers off the coast of carolina and he actually died he drowned that way but he had found one seven and a half inches long that was just massive and they had how many teeth in their mouth they had about twenty eight and a hot robot twenty seven in the bottom rope but there were layers they were set back in like a conveyor belt so on each tooth that was sticking out of its jaw or five or six more that were laying back folded back into the gum line in the movie do they ever eat some poor guy i'm sure they're gonna see some humans pretty well gosh sixty foot long if one opens.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on Science in Action

Science in Action

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on Science in Action

"That the three hundred sixty foot sheer cliff along the side of a river in the middle of pennsylvania but for some reason there the population of this rare critic oria common name for grandma and the question that really got into our heads with why there and nowhere else but even on the buffet was proving rack chris data to pass the time while the crew were scouring the cliffs well you know we had a whole team of people out there filming and i just you know at times we'll just walk around and take pictures of what i thought was really attractive spee she's along the cliffs and i took a picture of a flower that i thought was a pretty common plan called american alum root or americana and i just tweeted it had a bubble on it and i said what am i shot a pollinator and a flower and i put it up on twitter tweet that sat on the vitual clips of social media until ron folk wanted by said that's euchre alba and guessing it's in the southern part quite rare i said whoa really thus far not known in pa but this site is special paging at mosman two thousand that scott right simultaneous also texted scott and i said do you need to get on twitter and check out this comment about are alum root meanwhile chris's second photo convinced ryan is definitely not americaine a there's another pennsylvania hupa alba specimen on i naturalist too although it's really close to the border a posting to the naturalists need group posted a year or two earlier ironically by muslim in two thousand who is now in on the twitter ration my response was chris check the specimens because this is really important to conservation my first feeling was skepticism because i didn't know ryan but then i got excited and started looking and researching and turns out it was my eye naturalist record in southern pennsylvania that i had taken a picture of a couple of years earlier and had called it something else as well because we didn't know we had huber alba in the state chris on the other hand you from the start to pay attention to things there ryan's tweet one is that he is recognized as one of the global experts in this particular plant group which is really what made me say well really because of ryan saying that it is this i really needed to stop and pay attention but the other thing is that he put two exclamation points on quite rare and i don't know if you know too many botanists but that's a real sign of enthusiasm the three we're able to compare moats and specimens short while later botany conference where rhymes identification was confirmed in that paper was soon in the works other pennsylvania botanical collections have turned out to contain rocky alba misidentified as america in fact scott and chris have been busy finding hugo alba in this site nearby gave us a lot of information about where likes to grow here in pennsylvania so we understood the geology and the aspect and the ph and we were able to go out and hunt for it and other similar places and what we ended up finding we're seven or eight new populations of this same very rare species and that actually makes pennsylvania the center of abundance for this globally rare species ryan has become wedded to social media as a new tool in the botanists kit it's a new way to get people together that maybe it would not have met otherwise you know that session media there's probably no way i would be involved in that conversation i don't necessarily have any specific business going to that her darrien collections i may never have seen the by plant you know people that are out doing field work knows a scientist when you're going out in the field you know you have limited time you have limited grant dollars one way to increase the impact of that is through social media in another way as we also did in the study is to create specimens and deposit them in museum so that other researchers could benefit from those and do chemistry or dna or plant measurements or whatever else and scott is keen to pay more attention to what needs to be rediscovered in his backyard yeah happy at.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"On attack he stayed the harbaugh's podcast jack talk this is jack talk i wanna listen i want to be better i wanted to be the best i can be welcome to our team that jack talk as you get older you get to be seventy eight years old here's what i find here grows in places that it hadn't been before welcome to hashtag jack talk it's now time for everybody's favorite segment of the week jack talk here on attack each day the harbaugh's podcast jack before even getting to jack talk last week we talked to ken griffey junior and we had these great father son stories family stories this week we talked to suzy shuster great family stories now ken doesn't have a sixty foot pole the michigan flag flying high above in southern california but this i think that when you know we've talked so much over the many months on and off the podcast about what this podcast is about and family is really what it is the end of the day it's about family you're gonna hear later in the next month an extended part of your family when we talked to willie taggered obviously joni has been on and john's on and sarah's been on and jackie's been on and james has been here so i am waiting for the riley cream addition of the podcast we'll have to do that at some point in the future have no listener out there that listens more than no riley crane we lose a dedicated listener for a week if he does it himself but we listen to his own podcast i think he would listen to his own but he had an appendicitis attack operation or he was incapacitated for a week or so still in recovery but tuesday afternoon about three o'clock get a call you'll critique our show you very well he doesn't call anyone out doesn't throw anyone under the bus so anxious to hear and have riley on the show yeah i think he'll be we can get live critiques while we're in the middle of it he can hit a time out but and tell us how we're doing and hope i'm passing the few weeks of hosting here i'm hoping passing i am passing the the riley cream test because that's an important timetotime i'll give you an update on on what riley's thoughts are pass fail i don't eat as bbc's i just eat pass fail and i prefer pacifist so all right let's get to jack talk confrontational problem solving i can imagine that you have plenty of ways to solve some problems this goes all the way back to boesch mbacke lower back in the seventy seventy three to seventy nine and we were on the staff here and there'd be people that would say the classic let me sleep on it bowl was at absolute advocate against sleeping on it was a waste of time there's a problem there's a right way and there's a wrong way make a decision go with the right way now you may say well they're so close and his thought there was well if that close we'll go this way for a couple of weeks and if it's not moving in the direction we want will just say that we we made a mistake and.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Pbs news time nine eleven california highway patrol has identified the woman killed by a falling tree on interstate six eighty in danville this morning officials say that shirley before nine o'clock the car driven northbound by fifty eightyearold legitimize baiser of danville was hit by fifty sixty foot tree near the el cerro boulevard offramp she was pronounced dead at the scene investigators don't know why the tree fell or whether it struck the top of her car or directly in front of her car it was a harrowing morning for an elderly oakland woman who's angry tenant assaulted a family member and then threatened to kill her cbs reporter holly kwon tells us officials say she was kidnapped and then taken across town during a police chase starting at seven forty five in the morning when the tenant in his thirties attacked a relative of his seventy year old landlord at six an oak near interstate eighty even through the victim into with hyundai hatchback threatening to kill her police spotted him as he tried to escape and chased him across town for forty five minutes it's police spokeswoman jonna watson this suspect did not stop his car he continued to drive there was a vehicle pursuit for the west side of oakland to the east side of oakland i during the pursuit the suspect intentionally rammed at the patrol car officers were able to rescue the victims she's the landlord as she's seventy years old and a suspect was safely taken into custody time is of the essence in this particular incident because if the if would have been seconds later the officers would not have been able to locate other vehicle a leading the scene the family member was treated for injuries from a blunt object the landlord was not heard all liqun kcbs the national park service says a thirty six year old los angeles man was swept to his death yesterday and they coa river swift water rescue crews from national park and to larry county responded to reports of the man being swept down the river's middle fork but they founded ceased park officials say the rivers fed by sierra snow melt may look inviting but are swift cold and very dangerous kcbs news time nine thirteen sports with bruce mcgowan coming up hey sprint turn people check out the.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Tree fell onto highway six eighty in danville and fell on her car officials say the woman that fight it's fifty eightyearold lie you'd mila baiser of danville was driving northbound six eighty near the l serey to boulevard off ramp around nine o'clock when fifty sixty foot tree toppled either on top or directly in front of her car baiser was pronounced dead at the scene of the tree blocked all but the far left lane on the highway all lanes reopened at about twelve thirty investigators do not yet know why the tree came down and oaken renter is under arrest for allegedly kidnapping is elderly landlord in a dispute k kcbs reporter ali kwon tells us it escalated into across town police it's not clear what prompted the disagreement but at seven forty five in the morning the suspect in his thirtieth confronted his landlord in the six hundred block of oak street that's near interstate eighty police say he assaulted a relative with a blunt object and through the elderly landlord into his hatchback car all repeatedly threatening to kill her oakland police spokesperson john watson the tenant kidnapped the landlord she's in her seventies the officers saw the vehicle with the victim and the suspect there was a vehicle pursuit for the west side of oakland to the east side of oakland's a during the pursuit the suspect intentionally rammed at the patrol car that chase ended in the east side of town with the elderly victim unharmed but her son was treated for injuries caused by that blunt object police say that if it hadn't gotten to the initial oak street scene fast enough they might not have been able to track the suspect the timing was definitely on their side hall liqun kcbs the mechanics senator josh newman called out his republican colleagues for what he views as an abuse of the recall process after voters removed him from office in a campaign organized by conservative talk radio hosts newman said defined goodbye speech today the republican senators stood by silently while loopholes and the recall process we're used to remove him from office newman a fullerton was narrowly elected in two thousand sixteen in a district that had historically elected republicans southern california radio host targeted him for recall after he backed successful legistlation to raise gas taxes and vehicle.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of the second season of the time band and i was with jonathan and andy on the time bandit was the first year that we use what's called the chase boat where we used another boat to chase our boats so that we could get the external images of the vessel and rough seas which really provided that great perspective but yeah i've been alone out there on a couple of trips so here's so here's the question where's your tastes boat a bigger boat well in in that particular case i was on the time bandit which was one of the boats on this show but we had as part of our budget we find some of that too for fuel for the time bandits so that they can have a longer season which would allow them to take down the other boats which is an easy in find them so we could film them all and and not just film them but some them in in various conditions because you never know where you're going to need that external shot it might be snowing in this greatest scene you have so that means you need to have that blow shot externally in the smell or snowing and also clear and also platt water and also rough water so we would hang out with each boat for a while before we chase off to the the next boat and got it right well here's a question for you when we we we see a lot of the not only on the deadliest catch we sees the dead sees you know how many were pretty common what we see on tv or do you actually get some pretty decent days were you not in sixty foot swells or sixty foot seas and fifty nine wins and ice two and a half inches thick around all the hardware do you actually get good days are there decent days out there you know it does happen down it does happen it does outages about twenty foot seas you know so if it's twenty foot it's you know it's just like a normal day but i have been out there before where we spent a week when it was like like mere flat i mean literally reflections in the water which was a crazy winter period of time that we did but i tell you there's not a lot of tv that made during those times when does.

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"sixty foot" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sixty foot" Discussed on WLAC

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