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Fresh update on "snow" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 min | 26 min ago

Fresh update on "snow" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Talking to reporters with the Cleveland airport, saying how she will vote on the confirmation of judge any Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. I'm voting I believe I have from the beginning. It's an illegitimate process. I have Three Supreme Court justices. We have a great one coming great trumpet a rally in Circleville, Ohio, complaining about all the talk about the Corona virus pandemic, saying the U. S. Is rounding the corner. Govind Govind covered Over by the way on November 4th. You won't hear about it anymore. ST Trends reported by health officials here that's highly unlikely, with more patients in hospitals and depths rising in many states, but 1000 covert deaths a day. Gets reported in the seven days ending last Thursday were 15% higher than the previous week, according to an internal Federal Health Department memo obtained by ABC News. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Cuomo News 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon It is 4 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with top local stories from the coma. 24 7 news. Snow has fallen along many of the state's passes. Steven's past has already seen several inches of October. Snow was Nick Pappas says, If you're traveling, be prepared for tough driving. It's just like another way of like, you know, just just.

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'We are out of time:' Destructive wildfires in Colorado will grow worse as season lengthens, scientists warn

All Things Considered

02:21 min | 1 d ago

'We are out of time:' Destructive wildfires in Colorado will grow worse as season lengthens, scientists warn

"Firefighters in Colorado are battling explosive wildfires at a time of year when things are normally quieter as NPR's Lauren summer reports, climate change is extending the fire season across the West. Mike Morgan is using the word unprecedented a lot this year, and that's after a 30 year career in fire. Fighting this year has just been unbelievable. We're just seeing fire girl just like we've never seen before. Morgan is director of the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control, the largest and now second largest fires recorded in state history are still burning. Normally in October. Cool, wet weather is tamping down the fire season. Most of our folks are usually trying to use up their vacation time to go hunting right now, and they're all out fighting fires. When Morgan started his career fires in Colorado's high elevation forest didn't spread much. The warming climate has helped change that. Unfortunately, none of this seems like a surprise. Jonah Pots of glue is a climate scientists at the University of California, Merced said. He says most of the West is in a drought right now, and hotter temperatures make it worse by drying out the vegetation even more. That's really sort of extending the fire season out and allowing fires to burn longer in places they don't typically burn this time of the year. It's sort of testing out what we sort of traditionally have thought of it in terms of fire season. Wildfires are also happening in places where they're not. Not comin like the damp forests of the Pacific Northwest. Erica Fleischman is a professor at Oregon State University. So historically, they've burned roughly every couple of 100 years. It takes really extreme conditions for those for us to burn because they are so wet this year conditions have been extreme. But even in years with a normal amount of precipitation, climate change can still extend the fire season. More rain falls instead of snow, which means a smaller snowpack that melts sooner, providing less run off through the spring and summer. All of that means that the same amount of water is not available to plants or soils for as long so that exacerbates the drought. And all of that is projected. Tio. Unfortunately, continue happening. Climate continues to change. Fleischman says The lesson is that communities need to prepare by clearing, flammable brush, improving houses and preparing evacuation plans. Because wildfires will keep

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Fresh "Snow" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:46 min | 49 min ago

Fresh "Snow" from News, Traffic and Weather

"Education services. School district says it will continue to refine remote learning and a leadership team has reconvened to look into next steps. We're getting the first heavy dose of snow and rain this season along our mountain passes. Stevens passes already seen several ich inches. Almost Nick Papa was there. Getting up here from our cabin was really slick in the daytime. Lee Hogan not says It wasn't the easiest Dr getting her family to Steven's pass. I mean, I'm a seasoned winter driver and It was slippery with the first big snow with the fall the mountain's air seeing its first glimpse of powder, But as the sun set, the snow turned into rain, and the roads became more slushy. You don't know if it's what If it's icy, or whatever, like you see if you really cautious Even if the ski resort is closed, people are still coming up after sundown to take advantage of Mother Nature's false surprise. Troopers warn drivers heading over the past to be prepared for winter like driving spoken area has broken an all time record for snow in October that went back to 1957. Another four inches of new snow fell yesterday, bringing the total to nearly seven inches for the month. Roads in the area where slick in many places lost power. Many of the outages were resolved within a few hours, though. Scientist successfully vacuum several giant Asian murder Hornets this morning from.

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Marge Champion, actress, dancer and Snow White model, dead at 101

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Marge Champion, actress, dancer and Snow White model, dead at 101

"Marge champion. You may not know who she is, but she is one of the models for animated figures like Disney's original Snow White in Pinocchio and Fantasia, She just passed away. At one hundred and one years old she and she was a famous she was a dancer to with her husband and if you look at our like and look at her face even as an older woman, she looked a lot like snow white to me like she just had those you know all of the features and everything's pretty interesting.

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Fresh "Snow" from Handel on the Law

Handel on the Law

00:40 min | 54 min ago

Fresh "Snow" from Handel on the Law

"Sixth Avenue Freeway slows it federal and having some problem merging onto South and 25. And I to seventies bunched up both directions into Commerce City, Fox 31 pinpoint whether those temps are going to drop tonight with some snow and a low at 17 snow Gonna fall for the next two days high tomorrow at 19 in 23 degrees on Monday, a little warmer. Tuesday's Sonny and 45, then 55 degrees on Wednesday and authority on cable news radio 8 50 AM in 90 For one FM. Staples helps businesses save on everything from office essentials to health essentials to packing and shipping right now save 30% on select shipping supplies. Five and 20% on ups. Expedited services. It's their only offer ends. 10 31 while supplies last See suffer details Staples. What can you get done in 10 minutes? Run a mile. Maybe find a date online for this Friday Easy. What about listing your home for sale in 10 Minutes can't be possible with the new instant list tool from Rex. It is Rex Instant list allows youto value and miss your home with an agent in as little as 10 minutes. With the real.

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Artist and glaciologist illustrate ice loss from glacier in Peru

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 d ago

Artist and glaciologist illustrate ice loss from glacier in Peru

"As the climate warms glaciers are melting fast over a thirty year period peruse Calcutta ice cap lost about a third of its area. To put that in perspective artists Meredith, like of Chicago worked with glaciologist Andrew Malone, he provided satellite images and data. She then Used Three D. Animation and gaming software to create a virtual world with the city of Chicago looks like it's built on top of the Calcutta Glacier. This provides viewers with a sense of scale. So they can visualize just how massive the glacier is and how much of it has been lost, and so it sort of displaces the viewer from the world that they know but keeps it enough of a familiar context so that somebody who lives in Chicago can look and say, Oh, yeah I know what that distances. into show, how much isis disappeared into able to calculate the volume of ice that has been lost and then convert that into if that much ice were to fall as snow in Chicago that it would return allegation I think of six hundred feet. In their virtual world falling snow buries the city until only tops of skyscrapers are visible. Seeing an image can really illicit an emotional reaction and I think that that's where change can come from.

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Fresh "Snow" from Handel on the Law

Handel on the Law

00:26 sec | 55 min ago

Fresh "Snow" from Handel on the Law

"News updates at 5 30 I'm Tom Mustard on K Away News, radio 8 50 AM in 94 1 FM. I bet Fred Sports Traffic Center We cleaned up several fender benders from earlier. Now I 70 is a spittle in both directions across the city. 25 has slow pockets. Either direction getting through Thornton South 25 heavy from I 70 into downtown north of I 25 crowded from Santa Fe past Colfax eastbound Sixth Avenue Freeway slows it federal and having some problem merging onto South and 25. And I to seventies bunched up both directions into Commerce City, Fox 31 pinpoint whether those temps are going to drop tonight with some snow and a low at 17 snow Gonna fall for the next two days high tomorrow at 19 in 23 degrees on Monday,.

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Marge Champion, actress, dancer and 'Snow White' model, dead at 101, reports say

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Marge Champion, actress, dancer and 'Snow White' model, dead at 101, reports say

"Marge champion, the Emmy winning dancer actress from the Golden Age of Hollywood movies and Broadway has died. Champion was the real life model for Disney's 1938 animated classic snow white and seven dwarves. I was born in 1919. She married Gower champion student of her father's dancing school. The two of them went on to star in several MGM musicals together. Marge Champion died here in Los Angeles. She was 101. Years old,

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Kershaw, Dodgers take Game 1 over Rays

First Light

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Kershaw, Dodgers take Game 1 over Rays

"Clayton Kershaw, Cody Ballenger, Mookie Betts and Los Angeles Dodgers left. Tampa Bay Rays stuck in neutral to start a most strange World Series played amid the pandemic. Kershaw dominated for six innings. Val Injured Vets Homer and the Dodgers chase a wild Tyler Glass snow in the fifth inning for 8 to 3 win Tuesday night. First Siri's held at a neutral site in Texas. Game two is tonight. Seattle's Blake Snell will get the start for Tampa Bay. This is the first World Series entirely at one ball park since 1944 between the Cardinals and Browns at Sportsman's Park in ST Louis. Sanders come Oh news.

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A Fermentation Celebration (with Sam Pike)

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

09:28 min | 4 d ago

A Fermentation Celebration (with Sam Pike)

"Hello, and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcasts for ladies and Gentlemen Cool Trivia and sticking it to annoying teams. It pop quiz where your hosts I'm Lauren and I'm Julia Hey, Joel Lord Hey you know it's getting chilly. We love those fall foods they're all coming up. and. One of the things that you can do in the fall I've heard I've never done it before is setup vegetables and fruits for the winter you know like our forth like in the olden days when you had a root cellar when yeah. When he had a root cellar, that's my mother likes to say. So I thought, that was a perfect time for us to bring on a very special guest four guests tober guests hct. which the song we will, we will put insert interesting music here. Hey everybody engineer Josh here instead of the guests over theme to apologize for some of the audio this week's episode we had record this in the afternoon. So we gave our baby to mind Mr Information Co host Steve to take a little nap. Unfortunately she woke up a couple of Times Mason commotion that we wouldn't get picked up on Mike, but it did I did my best. Mix wherever I could sponsor, it was possible or maybe some anise I just wanted to make clear that we're not ignoring her baby to do the podcast. She was just given the business on. That out of the way, please enjoy the show. But we have a wonderful guest today by former intern and a fermentation Guru Sam Pike Sam. Below thanks for being here to the show Sam. Pleasure to be here. Sam I. First thing you guys need to know about him is that he was one of our earliest and our best when I was working at the messy and when we first saw his because you know, you have to submit a CV when you're an intern at the se were various professional and we saw his full name. On the was Samuel Gag now pike and I we were like is this a civil war ghost? Is He? Has, he lived forever and so from there on in and God bless Sam for being such a good sport about we insisted that he was a civil war ghost, the entire time, and as long as I've known him, we continuously poke fun at the fact, and actually at one point Julian I got drunk and made up an entire TVs we planned to TV show around it's called the eternal soldier. He's been wandering the earth for the last two, hundred and thirty years and the theme song is Taylor Swift's welcome to New York because he obviously he writes into your and I'm right. GMT. Yeah, that's our TV. Show, and of course, he comes to New York obviously to solve murders. Yes. Yes as you do. CBS is all procedural. Oh. This is CBS show. I wasn't clear and also not for nothing Sam. I'm so sorry we took your so. We will not be paying you residuals at all. Right, let's get to play myself in the show. Absolutely you even look like a civil war coast. So being a minor and all, but anyway, I'm so sorry to take a any more of your time Sam. Please tell us what you're going to be talking to us today about. All right. So I'm Sam and I'm GonNa Tell You all about fermentation and the different kinds of from anticipation over the history of the science, some of the culture, some of the contemporary stuff too because it's still going it's still evolving in it is still advancing. That's very exciting. I gotTA. Tell you I don't know. Anything. Neither do I mean we've listened to people tell us about how they make wine and beer and Sticks didn't stick Yeah Yeast? Something marist. But we're GONNA find out from Sam Sam please take it away I cannot wait to hear So you guys know a bit about like beer and wine or vaguely about. One of the three kind of pillars of fermentation I'm GonNa talk about so. Wine and beer that's made leasing primarily. The same has made us us to make bread. Et for men's sugars endow. Hall. The other two types are lactoferrin venting often call Hick link that says what's called Lactobacillus the type of bacteria that can birds carbohydrates into Lactic. ACID. and. A. Few other things sometimes, sometimes a little bit of alcohol sometimes, Carbon Dioxide sometimes see the gasset which talk to cobb out more later. Ended the third kind is. It's in America's It's broadly called Koji fermenting. It's what's done to make down. Like soy sauce missile soccer it's hard. It's harnessing mold to ferment. To. ferment. Things, slightly different process Right so And Fuel Freeman feel free to interrupt me at any point to get clarification or. We will we will. Kind of assumed is much. You're used to be at this point. Sam. lactoferrin renting or using lactobacillus. That is what I know. The most is I teach frequent workshops on it's what I can and doing daily. If I should camera slightly he would see just a huge row of Sauerkraut sitting just above my. Yeah. Saint Ours and Jar Sam's Instagram is basically just bubbling jars of of who knows what that he forged from the woods? Yes. Exactly. Am I not wrong you're not. The worst part is a horrible habit of not labelling everything. Guess what stuff is in how old it is. It's never not been fine. So unsafe there. Oh, okay jars. Not sure. Sure of this is bad or not. Guess we'll try it. Snow tested. So, what leftover mentoring is, it's harnessing this bacteria that. Is. A little bit of chemistry right here that I don't I barely know about what it does. It takes carbohydrates newco simple sugars in which are the chemical makeup is c six, h twelve, O six and breaks down into a few other substances the most important one being lactic acid, which is see three, eight, six, three. And the reason that wants to sewn Horton is that lactic acid drops the key age of the substance of the buner making end makes it last longer preserve Okay. So. If you just let the food out, normally, it would just kind of like. Go. Get bad mold bad smell. Awful. This smells awful. The some people a lot of people, but it's still perfectly safe to eat even make some of the nutrients and minerals a lot more accessible. And the way people are the hardest. This bacteria easily been harnessing at for thousands of years is by adding salt. So that period that produces this lactic acid it can. Stay withstand able an acidic environment, but also a salty environment which things cannot do. So by adding salt, the cabbage is that bacteria will just quickly take over multiply in. ferment everything until it's perfectly say. That's interesting. It's incredibly easy to do at home for like. I mean, it was done accidentally first centuries think about it. The microscopes were invented until relatively recently, people really didn't know a dockyard east even was they just they kind of knew the process entitles like magic or a gift from God or something They're alive for theories they're really need them the basics remain laughter permitting is a vessel. It. More only time places. You'll see like crosser. Back of some sort. The easiest way to do it at home is just take a mason jar can old pickle jar or a refresh Lee bought Mason Jar, just. Cut Up some cabbage mix it with some salt N. just packed their real tight in. Let it for that. See you don't have to add any liquid or anything. So we're talking about SAUERKRAUT. You don't get any liquor sour talents was so frightening there's enough liquid in the cabbage itself OSMOSIS SIS in like chopping the cabbage bricks enough cell walls at all this water just gets leached at the cabbage in submerged the cabbage totally in its own liquids. That's that had no idea. There are few other vegetables like tomatoes are the same but something like that hickel cucumber. You could slice and mashed us that out but the relief roast texture. Yeah yes. He leave it whole than you make what's call it salt brine, which is just water and salt mixed together and just with the cucumbers in that, they just start permitting on their own.

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5 Top Tips for Preparing for the Week Ahead on Sundays

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

05:55 min | 4 d ago

5 Top Tips for Preparing for the Week Ahead on Sundays

"Were looking at some of your various. Content out there, and and of course, this is right up our ally because of course, we're the we're the target market of yourself. You had a post on top five things you need to prepare on Sunday to make your week amazing as a working mom. Seo. Like Click Click Click. Enlighten us what what should we be doing on Sunday on Sunday civiles like one of my absolute favorite things talk about. So before I tell you what some of these things are I just wanted to tell you one is busy working moms. We have to cut down the amount of decisions that we need to make during the week and the way that we do that is preparing so that we don't have to think so much and we don't end up with decision fatigue, and if anyone's listening to like this decision to take the way that I like to think about it is we have about one hundred. Decisions that we can make in a day and after those hundred decisions you start either doing things either making poor decisions or you don't make decisions at all, which is just as bad. So you WanNa make sure that you're using that decision power wisely. So Dune, this Sunday preferencing Kinda helped eliminate you having to think a lot during the mornings especially during those times where I feel like you need to use that decision power for work in really important things. So I like to start the Sunday presumed by looking at what is going on during the week as far as what we need to wear so of. May Be wearing uniforms, which is super easy. So you don't have to worry about picking out things that match and things like that but even for me honestly I've gotten so far to pick out my socks in I've picked everything out and have it ready. So I literally grab it and go I. Don't WanNa think in the morning. So like I said, we're using that decision power for later in the day when it's important. So get your clothes ready. Make sure that you're looking at the weather for the week. If it snowing of, it's raining, you wanNA address accordingly, and then also if you have any other really important events coming up. So for instance, if I have date night or a meeting with my boss, I wanNA make sure I had those close ready. Nothing's worse than you need to have something dry cleanness, not ready to go. So that's number one getting the close writing number two would be to get your meals. and. I'm not a huge meal practice of don't get scared. All it is is just taking a piece of paper, right Monday through Sunday or Monday through Friday. However, you like to do it into simply writing down what you're gonNA eat during the week so you can have a menu so you know what you have in the refrigerator in the pantry so you can pull it together. So like for instance, already had so many meet lows and some mashed potatoes that I already made so. I know that's on my menu and I can easily pull that from the refrigerator and get it and go. I don't want to have to think, oh, my goodness, what are we gonna eat for dinner because that's like the one question at the end of the day that needs to be paid it. So I like to have that menu even if I don't necessarily want to eat meat loaf mashed potatoes tonight, I can look minions the Oh you know there's chicken and fries so I can do that instead so. Again for eliminate low mounted decisions that we have to make. So that was number two number three thing would be played out your week and for Moms, a lot of us we we tend to other people before ourselves. So I always say start by putting yourself first on your schedule and making time for yourself and the way to do that, I, look at your your schedule for the week see what all you have going on. Imply the things that you can't change. So I know I have to go to work from seven thirty to four thirty I. Know I have a Doctor Appointment at twelve o'clock and I, know that I have to take the kids to band practice whatever it is. So we played those things in and then you have all those empty slots time. That's where you want to plug in time for yourself then add in everything. Else. As far as the kids the husband and things like that because it's so easy to Philip our schedule with our kids in our family and don't make time for ourselves and that's a really big thing and I'm I'm really pushing Israeli really making time for this moms because we need it especially now more than ever we need that time. So planning our schedule because I was that mom that would always forget about. Wacky Wednesday and a Pajama Day at school. So I will definitely take schedule to make sure I'm not missing anything because I don't Wanna be that mom. So that's the third thing. The fourth thing I know this is gonNA sound a little funny but restarting your devices because how many times have you gotten ready to do a really important meeting by get ready to talk to you ladies in my computer starts crashing that will like Bruin my. So, resigned your devices helps with a couple things one. There's a lot of programs running on in the background and we think we're closing them out, but they're still running, and if you have a million things, run it, eventually something's going to crash and burn and it's usually right when you need to do something important to take in times restart your laptop, your phone, your tablet, all your devices restart album so that don't have that happen at a really. Important time. In lastly, I, said meals. Is One more. Meals you say I got excited. In Devices, Oh your parents how could I forget little? CONDO. Take your parts and go through your price because let me tell you it was one day I. Remember I was like still mad at my husband and I was yelling him also wear keeps where Keith I gotta go. I'm late unlike wearing McKee's you know where my keys were at the bottom of price if I would've taken the time to claim that I would have found in the kids toys and some. rappers a whole bunch of other things that need to be there. So take some time go through your purse cleaned that out in the things that don't need to be there out in the things that need to be there back in. So those are my main ones that was say doing these on Sunday will help to set you up for the rest of the week. So things go a lot. So they're.

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Family's mission to provide desks for kids in need

NBC Nightly News

02:33 min | 5 d ago

Family's mission to provide desks for kids in need

"Still to come the family building better lives for kids one desk at a time. There's good news tonight about how a little would and a whole lot of hard work can improve the. of So many children. Family bonding. The couch family involves lots of power tools. For. The past few weeks they've been on a mission everyday, you'll get home from work. We make all the desk we can till the sun goes down and it's time for bed and and then weekends we've been making desk nonstop they're working so hard because these desks are so desperately needed by kids doing their schooling remotely without a place to Work Mitch Couch knows firsthand how real that need is after his own kids started attending classes virtually when I was doing school I was on my bed and it was really hard to. Because I wanted to fall asleep. A few hours and pieces of plywood later, Haley had a new desk of her own. What we need to do is separate the home life in the School Life Mitch shared a photo of that I desk seventeen quarter and posted a youtube tutorial on how he did it everything started blowing up. It was crazy suddenly parents in need started reaching out. Now the couches are providing desks for families you have three nephews that need. Foster Kids we've got seven desk going out to foster kids seems like a simple thing but I think in the kid's world that's really important timothy shelters. I mean a lot for the children to have their own workspace and you know not having to share with. Other children we really prohibiting is doing here. They've donated more than sixty so far but that's just part of it that tutorial Mitch posted online we're gonNA. Cut It's become a blueprint for others inspiring. An Army of desk makers from Hawaii to Ohio to Massachusetts volunteers are building dozens of desks for kids in need but for Mitch, perhaps the biggest payoff is closer to home there's nothing greater than teaching your family, how to use tolls and teaching his kids the importance of using what you have to help others it's been so fun making like for kids that don't have a way to learn at home. How to use tools Mitch and his family planned to keep building at least thirty desks a week that is NBC nightly news on this Sunday Lester Holt. We'll be back with you tomorrow. I'm Kate Snow for all of us here at NBC News Stay Safe and have a great night.

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Star Trek: Discovery: What to expect from the new season

The 3:59

17:33 min | Last week

Star Trek: Discovery: What to expect from the new season

"With. Michelle. Paradise Co Executive Producer and Co show runner of Discovery Welcome. Michelle, thank you. Thanks for having me. Excited to be here. So after two seasons of exploring the nooks and crannies of the Kirk, era star Trek discovery catapults nine hundred years into the future season three. It's a huge departure for the show. What can we expect to see from this big shake? A. Lot of new things. The world, the world that they come into is very, very different than the one they left there it's actually nine hundred and thirty years ahead. So what that does is it takes us a just beyond all established cannon. So really in terms of storytelling, it's fresh snow it's. We have whatever the world is that we that we wanna make of it so. I think people will be excited to see. We've got some new technologies that we're going to be introducing the season. We've got new characters that will be introducing the world as I mentioned is in is an Kinda different state and we can get into that in a second. But the thing I wanNA highlight is even as we're going nine hundred and thirty years ahead even as we're going beyond established cannon What is what was super important to us throughout the development of season three s make sure that we're honoring existing cannon. So the species, their relationships, all of those sorts of things that have been established on all of the series that came before us are things that we are continuing to honor. technology were continuing to honor even as we push it forward. The Federation. STARFLEET. All of these things that mean so much to everyone who loves track we continue honor those but going into the future allows us to look at these things in a new way and so. One of the things that people may find is That's species that we know from a series past maybe we interact with them in a different way. This season may be alliances shifted of folks are friends who didn't used to be friends or enemies who didn't use to be enemies. Going so far into the future allows us to do all of those sorts of things. And the new kosher honor show runner and congrats on the promotion What changes would you bring to the show? Oh Well I don't necessarily bringing changes. It's really I mean I I started in season two when I joined the show joined about halfway through season two. And toward the back of the season started working very closely with Alex Anyway as we were finishing up season two. So you know I feel like I've gained a good understanding of what he wants from discovery and you know as a group in season two, we are still finding. Really. What is the what is the right tonal mix for this show Because you know any season, one of the show is still kind of finding itself in that way and I feel like in season two, we really hit our stride with that. In terms of we've got the action adventure in via fax. We've got the character moments the emotion we've got you know fighting in. All sorts of mystery in all of the elements of the show I feel like in season to found the right balance. So for me coming in and working with him, it's really about maintaining that kind of balance in every given episode doing what this show does. So well, which is letting are actors, directors and everyone in Toronto shine in the way that they do and You know really just continuing to to try and. Make. The best possible version of tracker we we Cam Michelle. So well, let's get to the show. You you sort of teased trailers have shown and teased a grimmer future one where the federation doesn't necessarily exist or isn't around anymore hats that changed the show and I know you talked about how you want to stay faithful to the spirit of Star Trek. But we'll talk about the differences in how you're. able to play around with that. Sure. So to be clear, the federation is still there it's just It's been diminished in that something that are characters will come to discover as they go through the season and they'll They'll begin to learn the reasons why that happened and the the why of that, and then the drive to bring the federation together again, really becomes their main drive of the entire season. Ends when we looked at going so far ahead into the future We thought well, what what is what are the big things that could have about this world and that seemed like a natural place to go and. It seems like you know if we are going that far ahead, what what do our characters have? What do they bring to this new future that makes them uniquely able to have a significant impact on this new future and when you talk about a world where the federation has been diminished in some way, it's it's still out there just so everyone is clear. It's still out there. It hasn't gone away but but if it's not as strong as it used to be you have you have Burnham in Seru and all of our heroes. On discovery coming from a time when the federation was strong when it was the bedrock of everything and they grew up with that and they grew up with that feeling of security and optimism and hope and if they're coming into a world in which those things are are struggle for people, then our heroes are uniquely poised to help bring that kind of hope and bring that kind of optimism into this new future and inspire others around them, and so it it just felt like a great opportunity to be able to position them from center with all of that gun. The show has last two seasons wrestled with Continuity Canon, and making sure everything's working out in instep with previous series but hell freeing is it to get out of the constraints of cannon and really. Kind of go go out, go free with with what you really want to explore with star trek dare. I, say to go boldly where no one has gone before I did that I totally did sorry. it is. It has been very freeing. You know when? I when I joined the show in season two, we were right in the middle of that. The middle part of how do we answer these questions about hike that we knew from the original series? How do we answer some of these questions about spock widened stock never mentioned having a sister, all of these sorts of things and so that by the way that was really fun figuring out how all of that was going to work and how it fit into what was existing was really a lot of fun from story perspective. And now being beyond that is also fun and one of the really cool things that we've gotten to do is taken. We've gotten to take relationships that had been established previously, and then kind of change those up a little bit So the. You know the species you might expect to be friends may not necessarily be friends in this new future or vice versa It allows us to explore those new relationships explore species in new way explore worlds in new ways. So an into an again I, do want to say that that with all of that, we are definitely honoring the cannon that came before we're not just. To sticking things lender and tossing them all our place where we've been, we've been really thoughtful about If we're going to play with something, how do we play with? How do we adjust it? How do we shift those relationships? And do it in a way that will feel both familiar and new same time for audience Gotcha. Your Star Trek has always been a reflection of modern society, the avast this from season to season. But given the fact that there's a pandemic going on. There's a discussion about the role of race in America there's climate change field disasters take your pick of issues right now. Unfortunately but it turns discovery and season three. How does discovery reflect what's going on today? Well I can answer that in a couple of ways. In terms of just the the pandemic itself Alex I've talked about this. We could not have imagined when we wrote and shot season three of the show how much it would resonate today because obviously no one could have. Seen this coming a year year and a half ago when we were first working on all of this thematically in season three where we're looking at a lot about connection and disconnection, and that's very much where the world is right now. So I think it it resonates quite unexpectedly just just in terms of the stories that we're telling the thematic residents of those stories. And then in terms of things like are characters You Know Star Trek. has always always valued diversity and know gene roddenberry started it back on the original series having a diverse cast at a time when diversity was not the thing one did on television so. Making sure that we honor that continue that we're continuing that with the introduction of some new characters this season. and. Making sure that that we honor those characters, those voices and that we represent those on the show is super important to us. At C, Net, we've always asked now what? So that's what we call our new series of conversations about the future that is shaping up as we speak I'm Brian Cullin everyone has an interview series, but we try to be different posing a problem driving toward a concise answer and doing it all in about fifteen minutes that we don't waste your time. Check it out at senior dot com slash now what? And speaking of those characters gave update on where some of the crew Michael Berman's through what are they as the season begins. Sure. So when we begin the season or characters have are just coming through the Wormhole, which is where we left them. In episode two, Fourteen last year so they will they will come through land somewhere. I. Can't tell you where they will land or what they'll do. They'll get their or or will spoil that but I I can tell you that one of the first things they'll be looking for is did they achieve their goal because going through the wormhole was about saving life from season to? And, making sure that there is sentient life in this in this new future that they ventured is is the first question Alaska of course, the answer is, yes that's not a spoiler or we wouldn't have season three because there would be no people So they did achieve their goal. I can tell you that and and then it's a question of. Who are they now and what what this new season gives us opportunity to do is really explore all of our characters in a in a much deeper way. You know when they left season two, they left everything behind anyone who was not on this ship that was in their orbit their family, their friends everything that was familiar to them. They left behind and so they are very much a they're a family unit and connected in. A really new and much deeper way when they come into this new future because they are all they have and. Everything else was left behind so. They're kind of strangers in a strange land figuring out this new world as they go and and that gives us choices to learn a lot more about about who they are to challenge them in new ways to see how each of these characters individually will grow. And some of that will come out with a new characters we introduce You know this is not a spoiler he's in the trailer. Everybody knows David Jolla is joining us this season as as book, and you know here's a character who has grown up in this new world who's going to become a kind of a guide for Burnham once she lands and she's in this new future. and. Seeing him challenge her. We will get to learn new things about her and as our characters face unique challenges. Over the course of the season we'll get to learn new things about all of them. Great. We saw Harry Mudd we saw Sarah saw a bunch of figures from past star. Trek shows in previous uses discovery are can you tease or can we expect any other release cameos or you just sort of breaking free from can completely in just starting with something completely new? Well, I can't. I can't give anything away 'cause. Away but you know a lot of this season really is about. Seeing what this new future is all about and seeing what new characters come in So you know in nine hundred, thirty years ahead so There's a there's quite a time gap there I do WANNA mention I I don't know if you. Earlier of saying about the new characters, we also have the characters of. Deer Gray who are in the season Bluto Barrio Alexander. Tremendous and speaking to diversity of all when we talk about diversey on camera that's They are also representative of that as a non binary and transgender in real life, and then also being a non binary and a transgender character on cameras, well with these characters that they represent. So. that. All of that has been very, very important to us. Great in terms of the tech obviously seen at the tech site talk with. You. That's that's great. We love that you love seeing A. A little bit about that. What what are some of the if interesting fats of? This 'cause there are a lot of fascinating concepts you played with the previous using network time travel was a big deal last year what what what tech we serve guys embrace for this next season. There is some new tax that we will explore the season. I hesitate to say only because I don't WanNa give it away but but I will say that again in the tradition of honoring what has come before and then also pushing that forward. There are there are some new tech, the elements that we will see the season You know the the ways in which people interact with their ships might be a little bit different You know certainly there would have pollution in the the technology we use the things we hold the things we interact with on ships, all of those sorts of things and you'll start to see. Some of those things right away in the premiere episode of Season Three. So there have been a wave of Scifi shows that you know ground themselves in hard science I'm scared that something you consider star trek which Kinda plays a little bit fast loose with tack at like how real some that check is that is this something you guys are considering or you thought about a four season three already beyond it's something that we have absolutely done. And I I can't speak to. A to the season's when I wasn't here. But we have we have a science consultant Dr Aaron McDonald's She is fabulous. She is an astrophysicist and some Some audience members might be familiar with her she's She does a lot of star trek events and things like that where she talks about the science of Star Trek and we work very very closely with her on all of these things, and so if we have a science or tech thing that we wanna do you know as as writers will make it up and play in the sci-fi realm and we rely on her to help us. Tailor that to make something that obviously these things are not possible right now but we want to get them as close to future possible as we can. So she helps us with all of that. She gives us you know how many kilometers per second is something going? You know all of these sorts of things she helps with So yeah, for sure we we know that a lot of actual scientists watch the show and. We don't want anyone watching the show and going up man that's insane. So Aaron helps us with that guy well I ask this for most of the folks who deal the show I haven't had a chance to ask you. So I'll ask him in terms of the tech that's available in Star Trek. What which which bit of tech would you like to see in real life which would you could actually see yourself using own my gosh? Transporter. I would love to have a transport but I would I would want it to be a transporter that wouldn't just take me from here to the grocery store, but I wanNA transport could take me to to visit my loved ones or to go someplace else especially. Now since we you know it's very tricky to get on planes and. Do things like that I I would. I would want to I would want to transporter yet that that's a good one especially nowadays transport. Yeah. He can get around TSA airplanes in general totally like that Yeah I just need that pad built living room just walk into it. You go where you WANNA go. Yeah, that's that's it. For me. I would just say cheers of guest stars and notes it's nine hundred years in the but a Q. is not you know he doesn't age is pretty much more. Sane. Just out there for you kids shows up. Okay now. Awesome. Okay. Wow Michelle thank you for your time. Really appreciate season three of star trek discovery premiers on, Thursday yeah. So much and thank you everyone for watching. Hope you enjoy the show. It's

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Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round

Business Wars Daily

03:20 min | Last week

Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round

"Wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October fifteenth. What's on your plate for lunch today a salad some fruit. Since, the pandemic began many of us are eating healthier or at least trying to and all those additional leafy Greens and Berries on your plate have to come from somewhere preferably somewhere that reduces long distance food miles and maybe improves the taste over those deadly dull hothouse tomatoes. Our Appetite for fresh produce is fueling big growth in hot new industry vertical farming. On Monday, Driscoll's America's biggest strawberry provider said, it will start growing some of it strawberries in an indoor vertical farm that farm is run by San. Francisco AG Tech. Company. Plenty. Unlimited. Driscoll's new huge greenhouse will be in Laramie Wyoming hardly the nation's strawberry capital anticipating consumers possible objections driscoll says strawberries grown vertically without dirt or fresh air or just as tasty. Perhaps tastier than those grown on its California farms founded in twenty fourteen plenty unlimited began growing mountains of leafy Greens in a San Francisco vertical greenhouse last year. It now supplies leafy Greens to hundreds of Safeway, and Albertson's grocery stores in California. If you were to walk into its High Tech Greenhouse, you'd look up and up and up at endless walls of Kale a regular lettuce in Missoula. Mix. The company is green in more ways than one. They say, they use no GMO's and no pesticides because they don't spray for bugs plenty makes the startling claim that you don't even need to wash their produce and like other vertical farms plenty claims to use a tiny fraction of and water compared to traditional farming about one percent of land in less than five percent of water. Most vertical farms launched with Greens which grow well hydroponically and aeroponics not to mention they take less space than say tomatoes and strawberries. Moreover, local Greens are popular. They're also delicate which makes them great candidates for one of the purported benefits offered by tech indoor farms. That is if you can use controlled indoor conditions including led lights, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and recycled water to grow food on a large scale, you can put these greenhouses anywhere whether it be damned, and if you can grow strawberries in frozen Laramie Wyoming year round, you can shrink food miles the average. Plate of food travels fifteen hundred miles before it winds up on our table shrinking those food miles is good for the environment. It's also good for most produce great for grains. But now that vertical Greens have been proven, it's time to expand into other fruits and vegetables which brings us back to driscoll's the strawberry giant. It supplies a third of all strawberries in America and it's making a big investment in plenty. The Financial Times reports that high profile deal is only one of a flurry of investments signaling the news that high tech indoor farming is here to stay. Recently revel Greens. Minnesota startup raised almost seventy million dollars growing. It's total investment to two hundred million dollars using rainwater and snow. Melt. Company grows lettuce in mammoth greenhouses in California Texas and of course, it home in Minnesota with its new money rebel Greens plans to expand its Texas footprint according to the Star Tribune newspaper.

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Where Does My Workout Guilt Come From?

Diet Starts Tomorrow

04:55 min | Last week

Where Does My Workout Guilt Come From?

"Hello, welcome back to diet starts tomorrow I may lean I'm Sammy and this is our episode of deer DSP and we have amazing letter Liz Liz Liz. And written Meta. Say, would you WanNa read it? I? Will read the correspondence. Dear DNC when I first started quarantining I'm working from home, she didn't comment us. Do. Just. To the corrosive. Point? Action how? Okay straight to the point. I, like her she also didn't sign it. Okay when I first started quarantining working from home I felt I had so much extra time to be healthy plan, my meals, etc. a lot of my usual time commuting was now start working out and I loved it. I felt and looked better. But as time went on I managed to fill that extra time with with more stuff at work or with my kids my seemingly. Extra time had originally felt like a gift, but then started feeling like the norm around here. So now it seems I once again, have pushed working out to the wayside. I know that if I wanted to make it a priority I could, but it always seems like the least important thing for me these days how do I take time again to carve out space for me? Thanks. Yeah I have a first thing in the beginning of quarantine. We were all that shit insane having no clue what was going on. So like if yeah, of course, it probably felt like, Oh, I have so much time not doing all the things they used to do. My life is so different I'm not socializing. Yes. Of course, you did have a lot of time and. And but it's not that I think I is like don't beat yourself up for the changing of the norms because we all got used to quarantining we all these new schedules. Maybe you're worker a busier and more demanding because because you're more used to it, maybe your kids I'm sure your kids are very I'm sure it is a full plate taking care of your kids plus work home. Let's start with. Like you're doing nothing wrong just by like not having time. So yeah now we can get to I guess how she could maybe like prioritize I totally agree also just to point out, we were I thought you were going to say we were totally crazy in the beginning of corn team. When do you remember when every single person was like? Oh, my God I'm going to get fit in the next year. I'm like I can't wait to make my habit tracking I'm going to do all of these things, and then there was like the backlash against it. That was like because I would have time to write your novel whatever all of that everyone felt like it was like a snow day which, yeah, there's more time in a snow day. But actually, no, it's we're locked down because of a deadly pandemic, right? Like don't forget that it's not like we're just working from home for but. Right It's also very hard to remember that but let's remember it and. For Okay. This emails kind of relevant to me right now because I've also been struck, not struggling to find time but like really the kind of I hate this word motivation but the waitress who the interest to want to go back to you my normal or what used to feel normal. Routine of working out and I got my on December and like I have like kind of these ebbs and flows with it sometimes go on it all the time sometimes I stop but. This week or over the weekend I discovered that Peleton has i. was trying to find like what's GonNa be? What's going to make me go on and I was like I wish kind of like go back to Seoul Cycle I. Loved. So I love the music of soul cycle and I found out that like this whole time Peleton had salsa classes. They have like there's one instructor Emma who used to be. Instructor and they were called groove rides and I only found out because I asked my like my follower Diaz tears who were like do the love well, groove right and I was a grew. I. Thought they were seventies theme rides proved. And I? I. Would Have Thought that too me I yesterday I. I was like, Wow, I have thirty minutes like why don't I just get go on the bike and do it and I literally On. My fucking alone Santa got scared. People we used to make fun of all, my God and I was like it was. So I didn't give a fuck about the calories I didn't give and it was like it was what I was trying to figure out was why was that? Why is this ride different than all other rides and it was because it was like it's that feeling of what am I really getting for and it's just this kind of positive. I'm listening to the music I'm moving it has nothing to do with like the. Someone forced me to go on this. I didn't. There was no external. Like should behind I should work out it was I wanted to because I wanted to kind of dance and listen to music and sweat, and it felt so good.

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From heaters to domes: Restaurants creatively keep outdoor diners warm as winter approaches

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:11 min | Last week

From heaters to domes: Restaurants creatively keep outdoor diners warm as winter approaches

"Have have adopted adopted outdoor outdoor dining dining as as a a way way to to keep keep their their doors doors open open during the pandemic. Now, with winter looming, the cold weather could prevent outdoor dining from continuing. CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duty A takes a look at how restaurants are finding ways to keep their customers both warm warm and and safe. safe. Winter Winter is is coming, coming, and and restaurant restaurant owners owners are are working working hard hard to to make make sure sure their their outdoor outdoor dining dining areas areas are are still still available available when when that that cold cold weather weather arrives. arrives. Some of their ideas include using propane fueled heaters or even insulated domes to keep diners warm and their food hot. It's getting a little nippy. Yep, it's going to continue to get nippy as temperatures start to drop. Restaurant owner and chef Alex Rush is now faced with a new reality when restaurants were able to reopen and business started to come back. Then you realize it was going to get cold. What were you thinking? You would do? I'm always thinking about the worst. I feel like that's kind of my job. Unfortunately. The worst may not be here yet, but chef Alex is preparing to bring the heat her Brooklyn restaurant Llevar a. Are you worried at all that people might not want to eat out here when it's cold? Definitely As the industry reckons, with a new normal restaurants around the country are finding ways to provide warmth and comfort for diners while continuing to serve their dishes. Hot. It's pretty uncertain, as are all things right now, we're just trying to figure out what we're gonna do. Already ailing businesses are spending thousands of dollars on outdoor heaters, complimentary blankets for diners going just keep getting colder and colder and what we're gonna do a body And outdoor greenhouses. The pandemic is forcing owners to think outside the box or, in some cases outside the bubble. I can tell you that with everything going on in this world, A beating in the bubble is about one of the best experiences you can have in Detroit. The East Eats restaurant is taking that experience to a whole new level. By installing about a dozen insulated domes actually completely transform all of our don's into a dog and you're like a greenhouse like country So you could be in there in the rain you could be in there and snow is absolutely necessary to protect You protect other diners in Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot asked the public to submit ideas for a winter dining challenge. Among the winners. These cozy cabins and heated tables. We have four of the here in Brooklyn while indoor dining resumes at 25% capacity Chef Alex is going all in on outdoors. Right now, The best prospects are outdoor dining. It's where most people feel the most comfortable and I think people are willing to bundle up and tough it out. Chef Alex is still waiting from the city for approval to use those propane fueled heaters. One other important note is that while those insulated domes we saw can protect diners from the cold. They are not proven to protect you from the Corona virus. They do encourage customers to socially distance from one another. And it is important to still where where your your mass mass when when you you are are not not eating. eating. That That again. again. CBS's CBS's Vladimir Vladimir Duty Duty reporting. reporting.

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Columbia Crest H3 Les Chevaux Red 2016 Review

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:27 min | Last week

Columbia Crest H3 Les Chevaux Red 2016 Review

"It's Dave from cheap wine finder.com again with another wine reviews. It's getting fiber that I decided to go red blend, which goes well with thought and I found a wine that delivers a lot for the price low. Do I have here? I got the Columbia Crest Horse Heaven Hills a shadow red blend 2016. The 2017 vintage is off too and they changed the label from 16 to 17 label is very dark for 16 and it's very white and light for 17s, you know the difference off. And so is French for horse Horse Heaven Hills is in the Columbia of valley of Washington office. It's east of Vancouver west of Walla Walla and like the northern banks of the Columbia River and when the first settlers got there, there's Wild Horses song. So you go nice bottles great place. And this is a red blend. That is Merlot sharath Lubbock and it's an assorted other than a regular hours, which I always thought was kind of funny while they don't know what's in there's like they don't know who knows. Another thing is it's been a no this isn't Ryan that's been aged think I found it for under $12 at Costco. It's under 10, I believe and it's been a note for 22 months French and American Oak. For wound 22 bucks. So, you know, it's winemaking is all about the details and near they don't know what the brakes were their birth don't know exactly what the time it was in Barrel. You know, Columbia compressed is a really it's a second label for Chateau Ste. Michelle out of Washington Seattle say Michelle's family wines of the biggest python Washington State in Columbia Crest has been around since the eighties. It's a second label, but there are no slouch in 2009 Dodge Reserve cabin or something on one line of the year and one spectator against every other line in the world. It was number one Columbia Crest mixed good lines and they're always on the top 100 list Best Buy off was so I was you know for me it's kind of funny cuz they didn't know what the grapes were inside other than the first really didn't know exactly. I got a clean it's not as if they're not taking care of business. Just they just don't really care about the writing it up. There wasn't much there. It was just let's play attention to the line and not worry about not what's written and it's a really, you know, it's like I said for under $12 and it's got a lot of flavor that Oak aging is something that you cannot duplicate. Inexpensive red wines have gotten really really good at give you a flavor that tastes pretty good. It tastes legit way. It gives you chocolate and vanilla gives you a lot of flavors in the one that you're looking for and there's different ways they do it. But the one thing they can't do and this has been off barrels for almost two years twenty two months around 22 months. You can't replicate that. There are something that happens to the wine after a couple of years in all the flavors of melding together as deleting the flavors from the earth. You can't replicate that you can put the flavor in but you can't replicate what time does 2-1, you know in the reviewer said if we on a 2017 is out now says the 2016 Under normal circumstances with an expensive red wine. You grab the newest one. I always got new. When you got one that's been aged for a while. But extra year doesn't hurt it off, you know, it helps, you know, they're drinking now wines. They're not really made to be put away, but that doesn't mean they can't be for a short period of time if you could take care of them and liquor store probably took took good care of them. So this is kind of learn those lines that goes, you know, it's a little bit, you know, like made like the more expensive wise just time is money. If it's you know, if it's in Georgia for two years, sometimes it might need almost 2 years of age in the bottle, you know, it's not a exact science, but that takes time and the longer it takes you to snow that one, you know money as long as it's in there and the harder it is to make an expensive one. And this is a value price line. Just the line. You should check out cuz it's not going to be the same old same old. I mean they're they're good red blends that are inexpensive or Perfectly fine, but here you got one that's from a single a VA from a top-notch producer that's got some occasion to it something that you can't replicate off with fancy science that only time can do and I think that's pretty cool. And that's it for me did like I said, we got more coming up keep it cheap and adios by

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Pluto Has White-Capped Mountains, But Not Because There's Snow

All Things Considered

02:26 min | Last week

Pluto Has White-Capped Mountains, But Not Because There's Snow

"To Pluto's, if you could mail folks back home, a scenic postcard that featured white capped mountains. That's because Pluto's Pluto's thie thie only only place place in in the the solar solar system system other other than than Earth Earth that that is is known known to to have have mountains mountains with with white white peaks. peaks. As As NPR's NPR's group group Nell Nell Greenfield Greenfield voice voice reports. reports. These These mountaintops mountaintops aren't white because of fallen snow. A tourist on Pluto's could take in all the sights that NASA's New Horizons probe discovered five years ago like a big, heart shaped glacier made of frozen nitrogen, methane and carbon monoxide. And just to the west of Pluto's icy heart. There's mountains. Tongi Betrothal is an astronomer at NASA's Ames Research Center, He says thes mountains are made of water ice. Whatever I some pretty is so cold that its hard Just like a rock on Earth. So that's why you can make mountains off. What Ison Pretty. The mountains are about 2.5 miles tall, like the Alps. They're mostly dark brown and red because they're covered in particles from Pluto's Hayes. The peaks, however, are bright white and because they look so much like white capped mountains on earth. Initially, it seemed logical that this this high high altitude altitude first first first call call call call from from from from like like like like on on on on years. years. years. years. But But But But now now now now he he he he and and and and his his his his colleagues colleagues colleagues colleagues say say say say in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal Nature Nature Nature Nature Communications Communications Communications Communications that that that that Pluto's Pluto's Pluto's Pluto's mountaintops mountaintops mountaintops mountaintops got got got got their their their their white white white white in in in in an alien way on earth. Snow collects at mountaintops because at higher altitudes, thie air and ground or colder as a moist wind approaches a mountain it rises up slope, and it could On water condense their two from snow on clouds on top of the mountains on Pluto's. It's completely different. It's not snowing on Tito, he says. They're the atmosphere actually gets warmer at higher altitudes because of heating from the sun. The surface of these water. Ice mountains remains super cold, however, and because these tall mountains peak in a region that's full of methane gas, the methane becomes frost on the cold surface, so you you have have no no formation formation of of clouds. clouds. Onion. Onion. You You have have no no formation formation off. off. I I see see particles particles in in the the atmosphere. atmosphere. Every Every single single kills kills directly directly at at the the surface, surface, he he says. says. Something Something similar similar might might happen happen on on Triton Triton Moon Moon of of Neptune, Neptune, But But Triton Triton is is kind kind of of flat. flat. So So Pluto's Pluto's a a and and earth earth maybe maybe the the on on ly ly spots spots in in the the solar solar system system to enjoy white capped mountain scenery. Nell Greenfield's Boyce NPR news

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Pluto Has White-Capped Mountains, But Not Because There's Snow

All Things Considered

02:23 min | Last week

Pluto Has White-Capped Mountains, But Not Because There's Snow

"You could mail folks back home, a scenic postcard that featured white capped mountains. That's because Pluto's Pluto's thie thie only only place place in in the the solar solar system system other other than than Earth Earth that that is is known known to to have have mountains mountains with with white white peaks. peaks. As As NPR's NPR's group group Nell Nell Greenfield Greenfield voice voice reports. reports. These These mountaintops mountaintops aren't white because of fallen snow. A tourist on Pluto's could take in all the sights that NASA's New Horizons probe discovered five years ago ago like like a a big, big, heart heart shaped shaped glacier glacier made made of of frozen frozen nitrogen, nitrogen, methane methane and and carbon carbon monoxide. monoxide. And And just just to to the the west west of of Pluto's Pluto's icy icy heart. heart. There's There's mountains. mountains. Tongi Betrothal is an astronomer at NASA's Ames Research Center, He says thes mountains are made of water, ice water, ice, and Peter is so cold that its hard Just like a rock on Earth. So that's why you can make mountains off. What Ison Pretty. The mountains are about 2.5 miles tall, like the Alps. They're mostly dark brown and red because they're covered in particles from Pluto's Hayes. The peaks, however, are bright white and because they look so much like white capped mountains on Earth. Initially, it seemed logical. That's his his high high altitude. altitude. First First call call from from like like on on the the ears. ears. But But now now he he and and his his colleagues colleagues say say in in the the journal journal Nature Nature Communications Communications that that Pluto's Pluto's mountaintops mountaintops got got their their white white in in an alien way on earth. Snow collects at mountaintops because at higher altitudes, thie air and ground or colder as a moist wind approaches a mountain it rises up slope, and it could On water condense their two from snow on clouds on top of the mountains on Pluto's. It's completely different. It's not snowing on Tito, he says. They're the atmosphere actually gets warmer at higher altitudes because of heating from the sun. The surface of these water. Ice mountains remains super cold, however, and because these tall mountains peak in a region that's full of methane gas, the methane becomes frost on the cold surface, so you have no formation of clouds. Onion. You have no information off. I see particles in the atmosphere. Every single kills directly at the surface, he he says. says. Something Something similar similar might might happen happen on on Triton Triton Moon Moon of of Neptune, Neptune, But But Triton Triton is is kind kind of of flat. flat. So So Pluto's Pluto's a a and and earth earth maybe maybe the the on on ly ly spots spots in in the the solar solar system system to enjoy white capped mountain scenery. Nell Greenfield Boyce

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WHO: Letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:25 min | Last week

WHO: Letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"

"As the covid nineteen pandemic has been sucked ever further. into. The deeply tedious culture wars polarizing many Western democracies they gathering climate has been made on behalf of so called herd immunity. This is the fairy which holds that if nature is permitted to take its course, within reason, sufficient antibodies will be distributed among the populace to reduce the viruses spread to a manageable kroll. The World Health Organization has now sat emphatically upon this view who chief Ted, Ross Cabrera's calling herd immunity scientifically, and ethically problematic one joined with more by Dr. Chris Smith. Our Health and science correspondent also virologist Cambridge University. Chris, he calls it scientifically and ethically problematic I. Think the ethical problem is pretty easy to spot, which is that you know a great many people would need to die. What's the actual scientific problem here if you would just taking a brutally utilitarian approach? Well I think really it's a lack of knowledge the moment we think that about ten percent of the world's population. So perhaps even as many as a billion people rounds bit more than ten percent have had the infection, but we don't know, and the reason we don't know is because in order to work out with people have had it or not we have to do antibody tests and antibodies. And you can think of this as the analogy is a bit like footprints left in the snow when you've had an infection, a person who has had it and cleared it no longer has any virus detect, but the footprints of the vars having been there all the antibodies left in your immune response. If you take those antibodies, that's a sure fire marker, you must have encountered whatever the infection is that you're interested in the problem is that it's not clear to us that when we test people for antibodies, all we rarely detecting all the people that have really been infected or have. We missed some have we missed. A few are more people responding in ways where they might antibodies the we're looking for. We just don't know at the moment. So scientifically, we don't really know what we're tackling here. We don't know what the long term consequences of coronavirus infection are. They may be trivial. They may not at least for proportion of people there is this phenomenon dubbed. Long Cove where people have post infection, inflammatory syndromes and symptoms that can go on for months. Now, we don't know what fraction of the population get that or whether certain people are more susceptible to that younger people older people we don't know. So scientifically, medically, there are issues here. If we understood the thing completely you'd say, well, we know exactly what we're getting into. Sign. On the dotted line or not whereas with this, it's a black box. We don't know what's inside on the subject of understanding things completely where are you on the UK's most recent? Of restrictions lay his TIA's and levels. The U. K. seeking to make things clearer because they've been criticisms levelled at the government for having rules that people not even prime minister. An Very Scottish MP's can remember, and as a result, this is leading to confusion transgressions and that's translating into more spread of the virus. So in order to gain a tighter grip on the virus, the outbreaks in various parts of the country, this tiered system has been introduced to on tier two tier three also dubbed medium high, very high risk and the idea is that everybody across. The country has a baseline of medium risk and so anybody who's not in special restrictions at the moment is medium but in other parts of the country where there are special measures needed, you have this way of escalating up to high risk and the threshold is said to be one hundred per hundred thousand people in the population who are affected in order to trigger that escalation and I think part of this is not just that the people everywhere know where they stand they know how prepare for if they're area becomes. A higher risk area local planners can put in place policies but also means that more control can be potentially devolved to local authorities and local actors because there, there's a lot of knowledge on the ground are very skilled people in public health and so on who could work more strategically locally and I think some of these measures do open the door to more of that kind of thing. But again, it's it's produced the usual anticipated reaction of people. As I'm away confused today blame them people are confused there's lots of. Uncertainty and no one likes this sort of change when you've just got used to work in one way and then morals come in and people are obviously trying to to make sense of how exactly this is or isn't going to work the thing that would of course stops or savers from having to try and understand what the government is telling. US would be a vaccine in has been bad news I guess on that front, which is Johnson and Johnson suspending trials of their vaccine. Do we know why that happened? Nobody's worth bearing in mind that this happens all the time. When we're developing drugs, foams, companies go into the drug development vaccine manufacturing process expecting to fail ninety percent of the time not because they're not good at what they do. It's because they're very good at what they do that they succeed ten percent of the time, but it's a very tough. Challenge with very rigorous standards and west safety is an absolute priorities of red line that you can't cross safety and ethics. So as soon as you have a trial running if there's anything untoward, the the safe thing to do that point is you hope the trial you investigate and you appoint somebody independent of the trial who is an independent observer who will Come, in they would appraise the situation and then they'll cite note we can. We can say this is not because of the drug this is because of natural occurrences something you can resume your trial but on safety grounds, you always hope thing investigate and then make a decision and this happens a lot to happen to Astra Zeneca a couple of months ago. A month or so ago with with their co vaccine and investigators came end, they found that there were cases reported. There was a new case of a of a condition transverse lightest, which is an inflammatory condition of the central nervous system. They were able to say, well, because this happened sporadically in the population, there's no reason to suspect that this was caused. By the vaccine in this case. So we'll resume the trial. It may be that this the same will happen for. Johnson. And Johnson's vaccine trial. So is there any consensus really among you and your fellow boffins about likely timeframe for vaccine will I've asked a couple of people this one person who is working on behalf of one of the regulators to keep. Tabs on one of the vaccine projects. Another person who's actually in the finance sector has been having conversations with the pharmaceutical companies at the front runner in this and both interestingly guy very similar time windows suggesting that about of next year was the most likely time by which we would have data assuming that the data that is provided are provided shows. The vaccines work I mean. Let's assume that because that's a big. If an it's necessary if assuming everything works, then you've got to go through various checks and balances and take a lot of boxes from a safety point of view which takes time and so that's why they're saying probably midway through next year, and then there's the whole issue of WHO's going. To get vaccinated because in a report in the Financial Times last week Kate. Bingham who's the vaccine taskforce lead said an acknowledged that about thirty million people are front runners for receiving vaccines. But where does that leave the other thirty five, million not? No, no information has been provided. Yes. On on what the government strategy is going to be.

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Michigan students may not have snow days amid pandemic

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Michigan students may not have snow days amid pandemic

"May no longer be needed for school districts across Michigan, as many students are learning online amid the pandemic and live reporting that many people wonder a virtual instruction will take place in the place of snow days since schools are already offering classes online. The Michigan Department of Education spokesperson says that TheStreet guidance on snow days remains the same for students attending classes in person. But he also adds its students learning remotely will not be as lucky. Because the department does not expect requests for snow days for online classes.

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Slowing Down and Looking Around With Julie Zickefoose

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Slowing Down and Looking Around With Julie Zickefoose

"I called you up because they want your expert advice on how to slow down and look around like kind of where to begin because you really seem to have a practice. Of connecting to natures tell us a little bit about you in that. Well, it really really helps to have a dog with a bladder that has to be let out every morning. Because I think a lot of know this the dog brings out her inner child it it it it forces us to go. Oh, well, I'll just take a long walk with the dog and that's a wonderful excuse to get out each and every morning you know without fail because this is an imperative and so I turned that into a morning meditation that can sometimes go four hours or more and you know that sounds like a a sort of a rich Victorian lady way to live I assure you anything but that but I don't have an office that have to go to. My Orchard and Meadow, is my office and once I realized that my life took a decided turn toward the wonderful. And you know I I realized that that observing things and sharing what I see is really my job on one of those people out there who needs to do this and share. So Tell us where you are. I am in Southeast Ohio in the Appalachian Foothold Foothills of Ohio, about twenty miles northeast of Marietta in the extreme southeast corner of the state and So this is a very rolling heavily wooded highly diverse area It's much more akin geographically to West Virginia than it is to what most people think of as flat plains Cornfield Ohio okay. So here we are and when this is airing its October and and we've been through, we will have been through most of the migration Let's talk about the recent migration of the ongoing migration who's been visiting what have you been able to say hello to along the way the snow it's been it's been so incredible. It was very late released September came and went without a bird and I was worried I didn't have my normal pulse of juvenile birds coming through in mid July and I thought Oh and then you know mid to late September third week of September came around and own. My goodness it's like the floodgates opened. So I was vastly reassured the birds had managed despite the incredibly cruel spring very, very low temperatures in late May birds managed to pull off some young that they did it later than they normally do. So these birds were not ready to fly until probably just about now. So they're pouring through and I think the the main stars this year for me have been the bay breasted warblers everywhere Blackpoll warblers as well. I get lots of Tennessee's as many people do I sometimes think Tennessee warbler must be one of the most abundant birds on the planet. Go down to Costa, Rica. You see them in the coffee plantations you see them in Guatemala on the mountain tops they're just all over the place. Magnolia warblers, chestnut sided warblers it's just been. So beautiful say that bureaus are diverse We've had a blue headed. Red. eyed. White eyed and Philadelphia here. So that's always a thrill. Oddly I. Get Philadelphia various but not warbling bureaus. And, I only get Philadelphia bureaus in the fall had one spring record in twenty eight years. The same is true of Cape. May. Warbler who are are most common migrants get gobs of them in the fall there just you know I never use the word trash bird but some burgers do I've got gobs of of Cape May warblers, but I get very few in the spring. So that tells me that migration routes. By season and probably by sex of the bird and it's it's just it's also complex and fascinating and keeping notes is the whole point well, and that's what you just said you said record you referred to record you and and I I my neighbor up the hill she leads birds as well and she texted me I don't know a week or two ago me with mid-september let's say and she said Oh. I. Still have a lot of you know hunting hummingbirds, just the Ruby throated and asthma northeast here and and and she said, you know I. Don't usually get them after this week I. Wonder if they'll still be here next week and so she keeps records right lesser quickly us right and so I quickly went to my Uber Dot Org, my cornell lab of ornithology database. You know my member account there and check and I was like and I texted her right back and I said October fourth two thousand sixteen was the latest sighting of the Hummingbird I ever had. To move. Elo. And I just that's it. Comforts me yes now yes. Says new IDI, right? Yes. Tying yourself into the phonology of the season being aware of what's normal and what's expected in a certain week is such a beautiful sing and it's the old way. It's how people lived. You Know Oh. Will it's about time for the be birds to come back in you know now. But but we've gotten away from that but but it's right within everyone's reach to just write it down on your computer on your phone in bird on paper like I do write it down and then have something you can comb through and see you know what your records look like it's it's a great great thing to do in ties right in and then the the the the Nice segue you get there is journaling. If. You're gonNA write down the dates. You see something right about them and and writing helps you process everything you see and everything you experience and then you have a record.

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"snow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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01:45 min | 3 months ago

"snow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Okay? Yeah. I'm not able to meet you around. We'll start work. Because the car will be to hold the seat warmers won't be warm. Just got in the shower feeling pretty angry hosts Snow angels called Snow divan. So this stuff is what's gonna go by, But I didn't grab somebody. Crossed by difference. Gonna defrost. Forget our great hero. Let me grow floor's lava for freaking ice cream. Just the wind without the wind feel fine. Just give it a few months. It's seasonal. Microwave waters like it helps. No, I couldn't do New Year's kiss this year, my lips they're all scabbed up hungry. Do you like pigs in the blanket? You're looking at him. Oh, yeah. I'd love to sled when it warms up in the show Snow Just cook. Give me a call. All right, grow up. All right, I'll get out of jail. But the summers are really nice. My nipples are hard as diamonds or just cut open with that cold world. I can't leave this pocket of war like a human like more snow flakes out here than a Bernie rally..

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"snow" Discussed on One Great Book

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"snow" Discussed on One Great Book

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"snow" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

09:21 min | 11 months ago

"snow" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

"Peak and granddaughter of the founder of the Japanese outdoor apparel and gear firm. Yukio was an accomplishment near and started the brand in nineteen fifty eight to create climbing gear. That met his standards. Sloping has been known for decades in its home nation for peerless camping equipment. But in two thousand fourteen Lisa a trained fashion designer joining to lead the development of the companies. I ever apparel line. The world hold of hiking has been embraced by the fashion industry. Lately with luxury brands conjuring trae already boots backpacks and Parkas but when it comes to style and performance few can rival snow peak now the company which has eight firm footing in the US and Asia has come to the UK with an impressive. three-story flagship in central London. For this week's episode Lisa sat down with Monaco's fashion editor Jamie waters to discuss her vision for snow peak. Yes no peak founded in Nine hundred fifty eight of I. My grandfather us at the beginning of company it was is is Our distributor of Meta walks slope as the in Nevada factor is a super countryside over Japan Ban as a this city is very very show for the metal walks in the local manufacturing during so my grandfather has a are. His personal hobby is rock climbing. He went Low crime or almost every weekend then. Yeah he's dead to make a good choreography. Good good Japanese Gorazde. Climbing Year by hisself is also giving cause it's still very much a family run business so off after your grandfather then. Your Dad's took over at some point and made it. What did he he made it more of a mainstream camping? Yes My dot joined snow. Peak over thirty is a goal and like a low crime ing is Much much extreme outdoor activity and not like Use Your activity in Japan. Yeah my dad wanted into our dog. Culture should be except for Japanese lifestyle and yacht. He is hunting going camping business. For said he is then is your into snow. Peak in twenty twelve and I prepared Studied I knew a pro business is no peak and it started and twenty fourteen. And it's interesting because I think a lot of Western consumers and definitely. I came across the brand around through the fashion line. which as you say you launched in two thousand and fourteen so it's interesting brand because I think for a lot of people who in western countries it's perceived as being they know as being an outdoor clothing brand even though it's got this long history as a camping the having all the tools and the medical equipment and all of that? So why did you want to launch the clothing line. And can you explain to me about what the clothing line has done to make. The brand better known to an audience outside Japan like for the clothing line has been hustle us. Oh I had to fuck ground outdoor in fashion culture and When I joined snow peak two of our this industry was to separated? And so so I wanNA A bridge Fashion Culture to outdoor Collagen mixing together. I wanted create new outdoor fashion culture based in Japan like snow. Big created japanese-styled campaign culture in Japan are too loud y also. I wanted to same things by adore fashion. Yeah what's what's the what's the breakdown. Now in terms of how much of the business is fashion represent and how much of the business is represented by proper camping equipment. wittment arbitrary business still small maybe fifteen percent over the whole snow peak business us because a snow peak is hungering. The camping business for thirty years but upper just started five. Be as a goal but pro-business deal growing up in the war. What are your future plans for the brand? How do you say the brand guessing? And you've you've now got you've got shops in America. You've just opened in London in numerous Asian countries. What's what's in the future? What do you want it to become my future print in snow peak? It's a snow peak creative. More variable lifestyle are it's like life Barroux are for the worldwide customer and the more wider audience are feeling nature's In their lifestyle it's like boxer Fox two more primitive life failing nature boxer the more human being by outdoor things yet camping and hiking or failing natural materials by crossing. Yeah like that you organize. It is a lot of camping events and things don't you. It's not just that you have shops. You also organizing these kind of things for people to experience the he I In Japan Snow Peak has over thirty times camping event with US nope. He Consumers Schumer's like snow peak stuff a camping with our users together and also our customer feedback. Some positive opinion and negative opinion are two directory to snow peak. Yeah it's very very important things. Yeah so we got a lot of feedback. Directly Xfi from our consumers are weekend make much better product by Dale pinions and improve products and Cyrus also. Yeah that's very important things for the brand. How important is is it to you? That snow peak is a family run business. And what's it like fi you to work with your dad and in this kind of Heritage Family Company ooh Good question yes I love formerly business. Bod God is like a sometimes berry good sometimes is to like fighting it crying as a Racecar my dad and I being the same same spirit and all same spurious affi off for the hungering business and creating new products source something new business and the. It's very good sings. Osso my grandfather grade snow be culture and my dot More wider business by camping and I created our new upper business or in other industry. You're my family's spirit. is a pasta onto next generation. Yeah it's so sweet losing your my executive vice president of snow peak speaking to Monaco's fashion editor. Jamie waters you can read more about. Lisa's plans for the family. Business in Monaco's December January issue on newsstands. Now thanks to Lisa for her time and to Jamie for conducting this interview. The show was mixed edited by doing Allen. I'm Daniel Beach. Thank you so much for listening. Thank you bye.

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"snow" Discussed on Tales

Tales

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Tales

"They donned their freshly dry red and white cloaks and headed out on the road into town. They laughed along the way passing many farms and giggling at some of the handsome farmhands, many of whom were right around the girls age rose red suggested that Snow White might soon Mary one of them. But Snow White said she had her eye on Friedrich in town. Her sister grimaced at the suggestion commenting that Friedrich was quite old Snow White shrugged. You can't worry about things like that. She said, you never know when a plague might sweep through and limit your options rose red nodded at this very mature observation a massive eagle suddenly flew overhead with a wingspan four times that of a normal bird both girls dove to the ground seeing that this was clearly a magical creature. They cupped their ears as the sound from the. Giant flapping wings cracked like thunder. It's sharp yellow talons past just over their heads. Luckily, it took no interest in them instead flying high over the field ahead, then swooping down behind a hay bale. The girls quickly climbed atop a nearby fence post to get a better view of the action. No sooner had they done. So then they saw the eagle pulling something from behind the hay bale. No surprise. It was the beardless dwarf once again dangling from the beast's talons the girls shared a look this was one unlucky dwarf. But they felt obligated to at least try and help even though they knew they were unlikely to receive any thanks thinking fast..

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"snow" Discussed on Tales

Tales

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Tales

"Girls fastened their cloaks with colors to match their names and trudged out into the woods. The path was cumbersome. The storm had kicked up all manner of debris and each step of the way rose red made things more difficult by stopping to marvel at the world around her. She picked up every earthworm sang to every bird as usual Snow White was left to actually collect the wood and carry it all herself. Snow White's ears pricked up at a strange sound coming from nearby it sounded as if someone or something was in pain being of strong character. She thought she ought to try and help pushing through the brush she found a giant tree felled by the storm at the top. There was a figure struggling to free itself from a cleft in the tree. She moved closer cautious. But curious and as she drew near. Her eyes grew wide with a staunch -ment atop the tree was not an animal as she had expected. But a man, but wait she was short as short as Snow White. And his features were large and twisted. His beard was so long it disappeared into the tree. This was no man, but a dwarf his eyes were red and strained full of fury. And as Snow White drew near his evil gaze fell upon her. Up next Snow, White and rose red experienced, the dwarfs rage. By now, you probably know all about sugar bear hair vitamins. It's absolutely the best way I know to get longer stronger, healthier and beautiful hair. But did you know that some women don't get enough of the essential vitamins and minerals, they need from their regular diet. That's why sugar bear.

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"snow" Discussed on Tales

Tales

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Tales

"After receiving the brothers Grimm treat. Went around eighteen fifty seven the brothers added a romantic subplot a mother angels. And of course, a curse their version of the story is therefore significantly different from the original. It's perhaps the closest the brothers came to an original work, and it shows Snow White and rose red is a thoroughly unique thoroughly strange tale with all of this in mind. Our version of the tale is a mix of both the Caroline stall. And the brothers Grimm versions. Their cottage was the best kept homestead east of the Rhine. Snow White eight years of age took pride in this as she stirred the morning goulash the kettle she prepared it in shone so brightly in the morning light that the copper color reflected out into the room. This was because Snow White always took care to polish it the entire space smelled of roses. This was because Snow White took the time to pick them and place them throughout the house each morning, and even though mother had yet to wake the floor was swept the animals fed and the linens washed again this was because Snow White cared enough to do so. Outside rose, red snow. White sister was frolicking in the forest and playing with the birds. This was an excellent example of the difference between the two girls Snow White took pride in the family home. And so she spent her mornings taking care of it rose red cared more about animals and other people..

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"snow" Discussed on Tales

Tales

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Tales

"Snow White held her sister close. She loved rose read more than anything else. Danger provides that sort of clarity. And certainly the sisters now found themselves in a perilous situation a massive bear bounded mere feet from them slobber dripping from the corners of its mouth. It's claws flinging crops into the air as it ran. At least at the moment. It was chasing dwarf. Snow White would do anything to protect rose red. And so the two girls huddled behind a corn stock as they watched the scene unfold across the field better that the buried the dwarf than either of them, but suddenly rose red shifted rustling the corn and letting out a whimper it was much to snow White's horror that the bear stopped chasing the dwarf and turned its attention to the rustling cornstarch. Doc behind it. The bear began to move toward the sisters. I'm gonna say Richardson. You're listening to tales today. I'm sharing the story of Snow White and rose red. No not. That's no white. Today's episode is based upon the story of Schweik Shean und- Rosen wrote tail number one sixty one from the brothers Grimm, though, the brothers are also known for their version of the story of Snow White and the seven dwarfs that tale was originally known as Hsin-i kitchen in German rather Than Shwe's vice Sheehan, though, these names sound similar. They roughly translate to little Snow White and little biddy Snow White. And so it's only in English that the two stories feature protagonists with the exact same name as usual. This is an intense story, sometimes scary and full of adult themes, the tale of Snow White and rose red features young girls placed in dangerous. And romantic situations. That are inappropriate by today's standards..

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"Nine thousand feet of main line. There's there's tons of mid winter rain now even up higher up on the mountain which used to never happen. And that had some interesting wet snow adult, you get different kinds of avalanches when the snow wet like that. And it's raining on it. And then stuff that a lot of patrol. Never seen before. So yeah, it's definitely warmer. The climate projections are pretty dismal over the next fifty especially hundred years, it's time to definitely think about for California. Especially think about the way that we depend on snow melt to give us the streamflow that we need throughout the summer. It'll basically mean, you know, that the snow starts melting earlier L coincide with more snow melt during the wet season. So more rain on snow events flooding. Yeah. A lot of things and just less water throughout the summer. Already seen that forest. Fires. And you know, that that has a big soil moisture is very important to whether or not force fires occurred. And that's a direct. You know, if you have snow sitting on top of that soil for longer Nelson later, there's more moisture, so we know that dwindling snacks have a lot of far reaching effects. So snow hydrology work is not just about skiing an avalanche as we need data that folks like netter collecting and crunching to figure out how much water we can expect the rest of the year, another very one more scientific question Gillian Leach wants to know what scientifically is the best kind of snow for snowballs warm, dense guy and okay zero hesitation there. Yes. Colorado tends to get the latest snow sort of at least nine regions in the upper peninsula of Michigan and some of the lake effect areas, but not so much in the air or the cascades or some of these maritime areas dense like heavy snow. No is what you you want. Because it it'll pack better into a snowball as it gets closer to freezing. It's easier to make some balls with do snow hydrologist ever. Have snowball fights.

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"Snow helps the ski resorts maintain a more consistent product as they call it. I mean mammoth they miss their opening day by one one day this year for the first time since it insults making and it was just one day since the early nineties, and so they can you know, done snow at all can still have skiing. They can supplement and some places it's pretty much all they have like where I grew up in winter green Virginia. So I don't, you know, I certainly think it's okay. What one thing that's come up with a fake snows people somehow think that water uses all consumptive, and it's just gone, but the truth is kind of goes right back into the. It's just runs off, you know, in the snow melts and. Right back into the watershed or down into groundwater, mostly. It's the energy consumptive part of it uses up the. Most energy is you have to us now. So air compressors, it's a lot of trinity run the compressor houses curious how these work, and I just watched a bunch of videos of huge hoses easing compressed air or fans to blast tiny water droplets hyphen this guy, so they freeze and then flutter down into powder. And apparently this can be an overnight job. Kind of like the snow fairy comes at night in a beanie and north face parka and unleashes its giant hose arm octopus creature to cover the mountain and frozen confetti while you sleep cute. Caroline Lewis in Israel king. Both wanna know are there are there any ways to better clear snow off your car walkway excetera aside from scraping shoveling as snow expert. I don't have any good answers. I mean, I don't like the salt because pets can it sort of Mark's things, and I kind of enjoyed that. You know, it's like a good way to get some exercise when you're stuck inside. Right profit. Yeah. You gotta watch your back. That's okay. I think the main there's there is. The teach in avalanche classes called strategic shoveling which was more about how to most quickly extract people as to do with tiered levels and stuff like that. You don't just want to dig straight into the ground, but just like any any working at your desk. There. Correct ways that sit shemmel practice to hold your. So you don't damage your back shoveling. So when you're digging someone out of an avalanche almost like terraced. Yeah. This is something that Bruce Avs really came up with which is great strategic shoveling for one thing if they're on a slow you wanna shovel in towards them, not straight down at them. Because it's the fastest way to shovel out. It's excavate. And then also usually depends on what kind of setting you're in. But especially if you're like ski resort with a lot of people you have more than chances. Are you only have like one or two people up front doing fast, Shelly then there's going to be other people who maybe aren't doing anything? So that they can get behind them on like terrorists. You know, if you can match steps going down and shovel out that debris. The the first group, right? You can scan would dead. Also, if your car snowed in I did see some tips like using a lighter to heat your key. If your lock is frozen or putting on a priest no car cover, so you can just remove that sucker Dolittle scraping. Another option is just never go outside. Again. Now main advice lift with your legs and not your back. And if you're my dad, please wait until I can come up and help you please. Thank you, sir. Also, a lot of you had a similar question. And I'm just going to say your names with my mouth now. Spencer Gillespie Billy Marino. Carla can Lubar Lauren harder. Sarah Clark, Barbara Blackie. And Eva a lot of people had questions about climate change. Are you seeing your work change a lot in the last ten years? The last ten years that you know, that's a particularly interested in period of time. There's there's strong evidence that from snow radars. For instance, Ben hatchet is doing some great work up at his at the desert research institute in UN. Are they've got the snow radars that they can look at the snow levels..

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"I mean, there's certain areas you're always going to have to ski out. So man, what do you do to warm up when you've done this is it is part of working in snow that involves going to a large drinking cocoa or fantasy that I have. Yeah. Well, it depends on where you are. I mean when I was keep a trolling. There's to keep the troll shacks reset bump, which means you wait for like someone to get hurt. And then you, you know, you try to keep. One or two people up there at all times. So that someone you 'cause you want to you don't go downhill to get people when you're out in the field for some of these, you know, like doing snow research like for instance, involved in this NASA, snow ex- experiment, which is a large field campaign for validating some instruments, it'd be flown on planes. You know, if you're in that wilderness sort of a setting. Yeah, there's nowhere to go. So you just try to really bring a lot of warm clothes and move. Emmy moving around is really the best thing you can do to really called. But sometimes it just sucks like you're just a really cold. And you know, you bring extra like, especially when you're doing a lot of snow pet work. You're gonna get. Like, even if they're you know, what are the best cortex gloves. You can get are. They get soaking wet. So you, you know, ring multiple pairs of gloves. Switching and. Yeah. Sometimes it's just called miserable in. That's just you know, my hands get called. I'm not sure they get a specially cold. But I'm definitely not. I definitely have problems with that. And can be no fun. Sometimes you can be freezing cold in some pretty cool places. I guess. I guess I shouldn't cools poor choice of the word. There's a lot of UD. I guess that makes up for it. And what is the research that you're doing right now focus on? Okay. So what I do. Now as I do a large scale hydrologic remote-sensing work so doing snowpack estimates across large areas than concentrating in. I'm on Asia in particularly in the western parts of Asia, like Afghanistan and Pakistan the upper Indus river, which is huge source of drinking water, particularly like Afghanistan. And now a lot of the upper innocent shares sort of climatological similarities with California and in the end of a wet winter. And then it dry. It's more continental and it is different but dry summer, and it's not monsoon dominated it's mostly water resources work to estimate snowpack volumes 'cause 'cause the snow it's sort of acts as a reservoir because it's frozen up there. And if you're in a place like. Afghanistan and California conveniently starts melting in the summer, which is the dry season. Yeah. Feeds the rivers going back to the stuff about the spatial variability in the snowpack. It's it's a tough thing to figure out how much snow is up there. The two big problems, right? Like how much is up there? And how fast is it gonna melt wins it gonna melt it? But in a place like Afghanistan, there's no snow pack. Measurements of the rivers will just go dry in September in its humanitarian crisis. Then so we can we can kind of help out with that a little bit with remote-sensing by giving an idea of what sort of run off to expect based on how much snow is up there. And that can be really useful for humanitarian aid and lead the times and stupid question favorite, or least favorite movie about snow or ice or avalanches least favourite or whatever whenever you have a reaction to oh, I'm trying to remember the name of the movie, but it was really bad. It was Josh Hartnett was in it. And he got there was. The guy who got lost off the back of mammoth mountain. Okay. I looked into it. And it was six degrees miracle on the mountain about a guy who loses this way. I think math is involved. And then his like, maybe I'll clear my head shredding on some fresh powder. Join the mountain. They're always do a storm comes..

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"Did I mention they're not just like hanging out in case, you need a band aid to clean up, and there's some places you don't want a ski kite, and you won't ski cut. But sometimes there's just little pockets that have to be dealt with. There's sort of us just. Systematic process for doing that. But it means you're, you know, an exposed you can you can be relax peasant. That's how I've gotten caught in the U avalanches that I've been in has always been ski cutting. Did you take your way out, you know, I didn't get fully buried so mostly just went for a ride. You know, a couple of hundred feet like buried up to my ways that kind of thing. Yeah. But you know, I never got hurt in an avalanche. That was just like a Tuesday at the office for you. I guess yeah. It's a hard thing with the ski cutting. You know, I it's it's kind of a controversial practice. But you know, if you really think about it. It's it's I it's something that you can't get away from as a ski patroller. I mean, there's certain areas you're always gonna have to ski out. So man, what do you do to warm up when you've done this is it is part of working in snow that involves going to a large drinking cocoa. Or is that just a fantasy that I have? Yeah. Well, it depends on where you are. I mean when I was keep a trolling. There's to keep the troll shacks reset bump, which means you wait for someone to get hurt. And then you, you know, you try to keep one or two people out there at all times. So that someone you because you want to you don't good downhill to get people when you're out in the field for some of these, you know, like doing snow research like for instance, involved in this NASA snow acts experiment, which is a large field campaign for validating som instruments. It'd be. Loan on planes. You know, if you're in that wilderness sort of a setting. Yeah, there's nowhere to go. So you just try to really bring a lot of warm clothes and move. Emmy moving around is really the best thing you can do to really called. But sometimes it just sucks like you're just a really cold. You know, you bring extra like, especially when you're doing a lot of snow pet work. You're gonna get. Like, even if they're you know, what are the best cortex gloves. You can get are. They get soaking wet. So, you know ring multiple pairs of gloves. Switching and. Yeah. Sometimes it's just called miserable in. That's just you know, my hands get called. I'm not sure they get especially cold. But I'm definitely not. I definitely have problems with that. And can be no fun. Sometimes you can be freezing cold in some pretty cool places. I guess. I guess I shouldn't cools poor choice of the word. There's a lot of UD. I guess that makes up for it. And what is the research that you're doing right now focus on? Okay. So what I do. Now as I do a large scale hydrologic remote-sensing work so doing snowpack estimates across large areas than concentrating in. I'm on Asia in particularly in the western parts of Asia, like Afghanistan and Pakistan the upper Indus river, which is huge source of drinking water, particularly like Afghanistan. And now a lot of the upper innocent shares sort of climatological similarities with California and in the end of a wet winter. And then it dry. It's more continental and it is different but dry summer, and it's not monsoon dominated it's mostly water resources work to estimate snowpack volumes 'cause 'cause the snow it's sort of acts as a reservoir because it's frozen up there. And if you're in a place like. Afghanistan, California, conveniently starts melting in the summer, which is the dry season. Yeah. Feeds the rivers going back to the stuff about the spatial variability in the snowpack. It's it's a tough thing to figure out how much snow is up there. The two big problems writer like how much is up there. And how fast is it gonna melt wins it gonna melt it? But in a place like Afghanistan, there's no snow pack. Measurements of the rivers will just go dry in September in its humanitarian crisis..

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"snow" Discussed on Tales

Tales

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Tales

"The snow Queen is known these days as the original version of frozen. Although this is very different than the Disney version there are no catchy tunes or estranged sisters. But there is still an icy remote kingdom and plucky young girl who must save the day, the snow Queen is one of Hans Christian Andersen's most beloved and enduring fairy tales. It was first published in eighteen forty four and has been adapted into movies television shows operas and ballets the themes of unconditional love and self sacrifice still resonate with today's audience. In a small. Danish town there were two lovely children. K and Gerda they live next door to one another and were the best of friends outside of the windows of their homes were rows of flower boxes, and they would climb across these boxes and over the gutters to each other's windows. This way, they didn't even have to walk outside of their homes to meet each other. They were so close that they could have been siblings and oftentimes people thought they were twins. They had a secret language that confused the other children at school and each night when they parted ways to go to bed. They exchanged a special handshake. They invented that meant I love you, many nights K and Gerda gathered around the fireplace with rosy cheeks and warm milk to hear Kay's grandmother Lada. Read them stories one wintry night Gerda. Came over, and they all gazed out the window at the snowflakes quietly fluttering to the ground. Why look the snow bees have arrived Lada remarked, snow B's K was skeptical. If those are snow B's, where's their Queen? I shall tell. You Kay's is widened. There's a snow Queen. He asked incredulously indeed a tall. Slender woman. A hypnotic eerie beauty Lada answered I want to meet her k cried out I'll bring her in the house and watch her melt on the stove K laughed at the thought of melting such a powerful Queen. I'm afraid you may not want to meet this Queen his grandmother warned Gerda and Kay curled up next to Ladas rocking chair to listen to her. Tell them the story of the ice Queen the ice Queen comes wherever the bees swarmed thickest like on a night like tonight. She looks into the windows for little children to freeze their hearts Lauda smiled teasing. The children as their eyes widened terror Lada padded ks head and yawned. All right. I'm going to bed. Now you too don't stay up too late. Now, we want the chimed in unison. Gerda looked up at the window. Her eyes widen in shock there. She is K turn to look out the window, and there she was glittering like her face was comprised of a million tiny diamonds..

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"snow" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"snow" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Our paper is one of the first of several which have identified a five to fifteen percent exceleron of glacier melting rates as a result of algae on the glacier surface a biological darkening effect put another way glacial snow melts five to fifteen percent more rapidly inclement a mona's or similar types of algae are present and that's not good news university of bristol glaciologist at one hundred and see oh was a co author on that 2016 nature paper summing up the problem in an email exchange he said basically because of the darker color of snow with the presence of the algae the snow absorbs more of the solar radiation which increases pretension of heat and melting of the snow the process is not insignificant and must be taken into account if we want to understand how fast glaciers and ice sheets will melt with global warming also there may be a self perpetuating feedback loop at work here the red tinted algae melt snow which enables more of the algae to grow which leads to even more melted snow and and so on but let's shift gears per beaumont and talk about one of the red snows weirdest qualities it sent people who come across the algae laden snow sometimes report that it has a sweet watermelon like sent for the record edwards says he's never detected the odor himself but that it's probably the by product of those red pigments some popular science writers have also advised against eating red snow because it has been reported to cause gastric problems perhaps due to the lg other decaying material or mineral dusts it's no can come in other colors as well in january eighteen central 'cause don received a layer of black tinted snow this may have been the result of industrial pollution additionally there are some types of algae that create yellowish snow of course as any third grader or dog owner can tell you that's not the only way to get yellow snow.

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"snow" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"It will lead than last night they they want orlando and just asking people what are you doing that was the question bank gundy had a game friday has a game friday in boston did you stay in symbols room boston that right espn gates rights and so the jump was like they would meet with dinner jump we love you but we leave no doubt finally yeah i assume the cavaliers charter eliason they could get outlet there was no snow last night right now left my is good what the knowing in boston we pulled out of the bible didn't start here at one point i woke up in the middle of the night at two and it had not started snowing yet here so it couldn't have started snowing up there and have you spoke at current yes what happened to the united states the mirror i mean in two thirds of the united states when there were you know the better part of a century plus in terms of automotive travel a sophisticated train travel air travel right in the better part of a century the people in places as far west is you'll utah in colorado so you school utah um throughout the great midwest lockheed 'cause people got up and they function yes shovelled off stump than you brushed off so underway and nothing clothes and now we are a nation of wimps not rather use a word to start with the pu tear case no you can't i can't but children's in every civilised a tacit with country of the people i i don't know i mean 'cause i i mean i'm not going to say that i walked up till the school both ways but i do i lived in new york and we got a lot of snow when we went to school and you know people got on the train and they went to work in that sense right and that's how it happened in i don't recall schools being closed the way they are closed well i don't think they won the first time northwestern university located in a place was snowing colder ice off the first time that university closed i was a junior which means.

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"snow" Discussed on The Sleeping At Last Podcast

The Sleeping At Last Podcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on The Sleeping At Last Podcast

"Canseco peru's is necess ends by beneath who snow so we see kerayong softly his swing swing now that burdens as call i kiana still an unknown man this time this ty on scheme mooring in maintain juice in the snow and may be as long as a crash in his show the battles inaugurals owing those cheryl oh man that same laws and all class this off oh peace is carl mason you we still feel now traditions and things new besides choice simon snow showers as key bahrain lay angels in the snow may the sounders nerves crags bring in the show power lines may lay no news in home is jammed saw his fire the snow pie oh kits rainier written and retrain stay over time a thrash may soon convenes ratings puffing in his new year's resolutions reese nine.

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