38 Burst results for "Snow"

Lock in: Dozens stuck in England's highest pub after storm

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 11 hrs ago

Lock in: Dozens stuck in England's highest pub after storm

"A a blizzard blizzard has has trapped trapped customers customers at at Britain's Britain's highest highest altitude altitude pub pub sixty sixty one one people people have have been been staying staying at at the the tan tan hill hill inn inn in in the the Yorkshire Yorkshire dales dales since since Friday Friday night night hello hello guest guest the the management management manager manager Nichola Nichola Townsend Townsend says says they they are are used used to to bad bad weather weather the the pop pop is is more more than than seventeen seventeen hundred hundred feet feet above above sea sea level level and and people people helping helping to to create create an an oasis oasis cover cover band band No No Way Way sis sis is is also also they're they're they're they're stuck stuck at at the the pub pub since since their their gig gig Friday Friday night night Townsend Townsend says says the the guests guests are are in in good good spirits spirits change change I I think think he's he's a a get get more more snow snow shovels shovels doctors doctors aren't aren't just just making making sure sure we've we've got got plenty plenty of of milk milk street street K. K. and and one one lady lady told told her her when when the the snow snow clears clears she she doesn't doesn't want want to to leave leave I I met met Donahue Donahue

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Fresh update on "snow" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:37 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "snow" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Germany I gotta tell you and Florida reports the lowest daily coronavirus cases per capita in the United States This is a 9 E LS a.m. Chicago 94 7 wls FM HD two Chicago Cumulus media station Local health officials are watching the new variant of COVID-19 very closely news next but first your weather channel forecast Body sky stores here today scattered light rain or snow showers passing across northern Illinois as we head through the midday and into early afternoon then clouds will begin to decrease Increasing south wind behind your 40 part the mostly cloudy overnight down around just below freezing 47 partly cloudy Tuesday from the weather channel I'm Ken boon wls a.m..

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No. 12 Michigan State bounces back, beats Penn State 30-27

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

No. 12 Michigan State bounces back, beats Penn State 30-27

"Number twelve Michigan state jumped out to a fourteen to nothing lead to start the game and held on to win thirty to twenty seven in the snow in east Lansing the Nittany lions scored with forty three seconds left to cut the lead to three four unsuccessful with the onside kick and issue to the twenty three to twenty lead heading into the fourth but were able to force two fumbles and put the game away the Spartans scored all five times they were in the red zone and were again led by junior running back Kenneth Walker the third who finished with one hundred thirty eight yards and a touchdown the Spartans defense came up big allowing Penn state to convert and just five of thirteen third downs Marty Martin east Lansing Michigan

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Fresh update on "snow" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:18 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "snow" discussed on AP News Radio

"A blizzard has trapped customers at Britain's highest altitude pub 61 people have been staying at the tan hill inn in the Yorkshire dales since Friday night hello guest a blizzard has trapped customers at Britain's highest altitude pub 61 people have been staying at the tan hill inn in the Yorkshire dales since Friday night hello guest the management manager Nichola Townsend says they are used to bad weather the pop is more than 1700 feet above sea level the management manager Nichola Townsend says they are used to bad weather the pop is more than 1700 feet above sea level and people helping to create an oasis cover band No Way sis is also they're they're stuck at the pub since their gig Friday night Townsend says the guests are in good spirits change I think he's a get more snow shovels doctors aren't just making sure we've got plenty of milk street K. and one lady told her when the snow clears she doesn't want to leave I met Donahue a blizzard has trapped customers at Britain's highest altitude pub 61 people have been staying at the tan hill inn in the Yorkshire dales since Friday night hello guest and people helping to create an oasis cover band No Way sis is also they're they're stuck at the pub since their gig Friday night Townsend says the guests are in good spirits change I think he's a get more snow shovels doctors aren't just making sure we've got plenty of milk street K. and one lady told her when the snow clears she doesn't want to leave I met Donahue a blizzard has trapped customers at Britain's highest altitude pub 61 people have been staying at the tan hill inn in the Yorkshire dales since Friday night hello guest development manager Nichola Townsend says they are used to bad weather the pop is more than 1700 feet above sea level development manager Nichola Townsend says they are used to bad weather the pop is more than 1700 feet above sea level okay okay and people helping to create an oasis cover band No Way sis is also they're they're stuck at the pub since their gig Friday night Townsend says the guests are in good spirits change I think he's a get more snow shovels doctors aren't just making sure we've got plenty of big and people helping to create an oasis cover band No Way sis is also they're they're stuck at the pub since their gig Friday night Townsend says the guests are in good spirits change I think he's a get more snow shovels doctors aren't just making sure we've got plenty of big L. string camp one lady told her when the snow clears she doesn't want to leave I met Donahue L. string camp one lady told her when the snow clears she doesn't want to leave I met Donahue

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At least 2 people dead during first winter storm in UK

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

At least 2 people dead during first winter storm in UK

"Britain's first winter storm has hit parts of northern England Scotland's and the nine and killing at least two people storm Alwyn has posted parts of the United Kingdom with gusts of nearly a hundred miles per hour the extreme weather conditions caused road closures train delays power cuts and Holly waves in northwestern England Samantha I doctor tree fell on him and the northern alliance a man was killed when his car was hit by a falling tree though the worst of the storm appears to have passed many have been warned against travelling as heavy snow and high winds continue Karen Thomas London

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Fresh "Snow" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "Snow" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Small dot com reliable pre owned vehicles you can trust That's the Fitz way I'm rob stallworth wtp traffic All right let's check out our forecast here with Mike steinfeld Mixture crowd cover and sunshine today blustery Heisman upper 40s on Tuesday could be some wet snow early the day north and west We'll see some afternoon sunshine breezy High speed upper 40s a few sprinkles on Wednesday high near 50 It could be a couple showers on Thursday highs near 60 I'm storm team four meteorologist likes to deferred 34° here at WT brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences decks and pavers go along fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today And it's 8 11 now oil prices and U.S. stock futures look like they're gaining this morning after those big losses in Friday It was a sell off on the news of a new coronavirus variant joining us now to dig in.

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Windows Down (MM #3865)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Windows Down (MM #3865)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. During my formative youth when I started driving, we used to love driving around and cruising. I lived in Virginia Beach and we had the ocean area called the strip. You'd roll down the windows and have the stereo blasting. You'd have a good time. Even in the winter months, when it was cold and there could even be snow on the ground, which didn't happen often. We'd roll down the windows and turn the heater up and we'd be bundled up and still screaming and yelling and having a good time. We have that moment here in Tennessee, where the temperature is just right at night, where you can roll down the windows and it just cold enough that you've got to turn up the heat in the car, and you can have the stereo blasting. Now, of course, it all has to do with humidity, not necessarily the temperature, but there's just that rare moment of time where it's not too cold and not too hot not too humid in the nighttime is just right to roll the windows down and crank up the radio. Had that just the other night had to go out and run some errands and windows down, heat her up and man I was feeling good. From mere moment I was taken back to my teenage days. You can play some classic music from the 1970s, 1980s to get me in the spirit. I took me back in time.

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Windows Down (MM #3865)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Windows Down (MM #3865)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. During my formative youth when I started driving, we used to love driving around and cruising. I lived in Virginia Beach and we had the ocean area called the strip. You'd roll down the windows and have the stereo blasting. You'd have a good time. Even in the winter months, when it was cold and there could even be snow on the ground, which didn't happen often. We'd roll down the windows and turn the heater up and we'd be bundled up and still screaming and yelling and having a good time. We have that moment here in Tennessee, where the temperature is just right at night, where you can roll down the windows and it just cold enough that you've got to turn up the heat in the car, and you can have the stereo blasting. Now, of course, it all has to do with humidity, not necessarily the temperature, but there's just that rare moment of time where it's not too cold and not too hot not too humid in the nighttime is just right to roll the windows down and crank up the radio. Had that just the other night had to go out and run some errands and windows down, heat her up and man I was feeling good. From mere moment I was taken back to my teenage days. You can play some classic music from the 1970s, 1980s to get me in the spirit. I took me back in time.

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Brandon Staley's Fearless Strategy Unlocks Chargers' Potential

Charger Chat

00:37 sec | Last month

Brandon Staley's Fearless Strategy Unlocks Chargers' Potential

"This is one of those games that goes down in history. It went with one of those games that coaches decided that he is going to be this dominant force. And he's going to lead the team. It's incredible. Identity has been stamped on the organization right now. You know, like the first couple games like, yeah, I get it, he's aggressive. You're down. They're putting up 500 yards of augment in your snow pedal to the metal. We're gonna go after him. That identity has been stamped on the charger's organization. Next level people gotta prepare for us now because we're going to do third down a second down, am I right,

Why Eric Metaxas Delves Into Atheism in His Latest Book

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

Why Eric Metaxas Delves Into Atheism in His Latest Book

"Back. It's eric metaxas is book. Is atheism dead. First things first. We're going to go through a couple of big questions. But eric are you nuts. Are you absolutely crazy. Is is atheism. Dead opened the flipping window. The crazies are running. Rampant antiques radicalized. Dnc watch even choose this topic for your latest book. Eric i will. I will tell you why chose the title in one thousand nine sixty six at what i consider the high water mark of the secularist argument time magazine came out with a famous infamous. Cover article it said. Is god dead. The clear implication being probably. Yes all the cognizant all the intellectuals know that science is pushing god and religion out and we as human beings are coming into the adulthood of our species. We're no longer children. Who believe in sky fairies and that narrative really caught hold about that time in a way that had never had before the reason. I've written a book with the title. Atheism dead is because since nineteen sixty six. Very ironically information and evidence has been coming in for god's existence very ironically much of it is coming from the world of science. Yes it has been piling up and up and up quietly like the snow piling up you go to sleep and you wake up and the drifts are covering the windows. No-one has reckoned with it. People have continued along sleep walking with the secular narrative from one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. Six gods probably dead. We don't have any use for him. The reality is that the science whether you're talking about the fine tuned argument which we can touch on or other things from science is so overwhelming. That even i as a devout believer find it almost frightening astonishing.

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Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram suffer worldwide outage

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram suffer worldwide outage

"Facebook experienced a world wide outage social media company Facebook at its Instagram and what's app platforms were down across wide swaths of the world on Monday yeah she began around eleven forty five AM eastern even internal systems used by the employees there went down the head of Instagram tweeted that it felt like a snow day W. Dorries an analyst with cantik incorporated he says the domain name system routes that the company makes available to the networking world appear to have been withdrawn Facebook's going through a separate crisis after a whistleblower Francis how can a former Facebook product manager went public on sixty minutes and provided documents to the Wall Street journal that expose the company's awareness of harms that are caused by its products and decisions Jennifer king Washington

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How Thirsty Was the FBI for Michael Sussman's False Trump-Russia Claims?

The Dan Bongino Show

03:59 min | 2 months ago

How Thirsty Was the FBI for Michael Sussman's False Trump-Russia Claims?

"Just to kind of sum up where we are now. This break in the SPI geh case on Friday was important because it shows Hillary Clinton working with the FBI and a group of attorneys to fake these connections between Trump and Russia. And it shows an FBI more than willing to take the information in and eager and looking for an excuse to get in front of a judge and say it was real and the problem is, they kept flooding the zone. Hillary Clinton, with all of these sources say Trump's colluding with Russia whatever, and they kept telling the FBI they were working with the DNC and Hillary And it created a problem for the FBI because they couldn't tell a judge that So they needed a clean source. They needed a white knight to come in there. Someone clean as the driven snow with a clean C B. Oh, no, no. These people are just in here to tell us about Trump. They have no ulterior motives whatsoever. How do we know that? Because we know On September 19th of 2016 this white knight showed up. According to the allegations, the FBI and the indictment on Friday Michael Sussman, who is a lawyer working with Mrs Clinton, this is why I'm telling you, it's a bigger deal than you think. This guy is connected to everyone. There's no way John Door, um, locked him up for nothing. So he comes into the FBI office. And he says, I have information about Trump colluding with Russia. And according to the allegation, he says, Oh, I'm not working with anybody. I'm not here on behalf of any client. I'm just here giving you potential information about a criminal conspiracy. And the FBI is like yes, finally. Finally The FBI is like this is just great. We gotta sources clean. We can put his information down in a fight application. We can spy on Trump and we won't have to lie and tell a judge, you know, uh, cover up for Hillary Clinton or anything like that. So, it says. In the end I and the FBI's press release that suspects showed up September 19th 2016. Why is this suspicious? Because you learn later on If you watch my show today, the podcast you learn right now on the radio show. If you read the Inspector General Michael Horowitz report who looked at this entire story. There's a really interesting nugget in there again. Hat tip. Our friend full Nelson on social media is all over this stuff. Here it is. Remember, I want you to pay attention to something right here. The date The lawyer walks in. The FBI office is September 1920 16, where he meets with the FBI. And this is their clean source. Finally. They've been hearing all summer about Trump and the Russians and all the sources are dirty. They're telling people that working for Hillary, this is the one guy who said according to the indictment. No, no, I'm not working for anyone. They felt like they had it. How do I know the FBI is in on this? What I think. Let me read to you a piece of this footnote here. From the Horowitz report. The only express direction. We found that Andrew McCabe, who was the deputy director at the time gave regarding the use of a confidential human source concerned. A former confidential human source who contacted an FBI agent FBI Field office in late July. 2016 to report information from a colleague runs an investigative firm hired by two entities, the DNC as well as another individual to explore Donald Trump's long standing ties to Russian entities. So in of this part, one of the footnote, McCabe, the deputy director of the FBI knows that people are piling into FBI offices as early as July of 2016 who are working for Hillary and the DNC. Got it. Okay. Moving on. Good footnote goes on. The former confidential human source also gave the FBI agent a list of individuals and entities who surfaced in the firm's examination of Trump, which the former CHS described as mostly public source material. In mid September. 2016 Andrew McCabe told senior Special Agent one to instruct the FBI agent from the field office not to have any further contact with the former confidential human source and not to accept any information regarding the crossfire. Hurricane investigation Is it that timing Church lady

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Apple Fitness+ Is Coming to 15 New Countries With New Types of Workouts

Mac OS Ken

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Apple Fitness+ Is Coming to 15 New Countries With New Types of Workouts

"I said yesterday that today. We had some of apple's other tuesday announcements you know the things they announced both our services related i. The company has adding workouts functionality. And more countries to apple plus a piece from tech crunch runs us through that on the new workouts. The p. says apple is adding pilot as a collection of workouts. Meant to get folks ready for snow season than winter sports. And they're adding guided. Meditation every day says tech. Crunch fitness plus will add guided meditations that focus on gratitude. Mindfulness and calming these experiences will be available in both video and audio form and could pose competition to apps like head. Space and call

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Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint

The Autosport Podcast

01:22 min | 2 months ago

Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint

"Vouch. we bought one one seconds qualifying at the twenty two nd. Two italian gregory beating max staffan with lewis hamilton fifth after making a poor start from among side us down robotic finished third mclaren ahead of his teammate landowners who kept hamilton at bay for the duration of the race which was disrupted by a fast lap crash for twenty months of winter. Pa ouseley ghazi. Briefy fit the mccaren of down. Your ricardo damaged his front wing as a result which went underneath his front wheels causing him to shoot off into the gravel. The crash about the safety car and ask as these call was recovered a clash between iki snow to number but cubits so usa came about the race restarted on that four of eighteen with batas romping to one point six second lead over verstappen with hamilton chasing. The two mclarens both tie as fast as the mediums of the cheerleaders. On the second mercedes recorded came home fourteen point five seconds behind the winner with norris keeping hamilton behind him who at times was even sliding around dramatically shall lead time. His ferrari teammate call assigned in sixth and seventh the former recovering from feeding on while at the end of f. b. two scientists ferrari had been rebuilt off his heavy f. b. to crash came highway started ahead of antonucci of nazi. The affirmation drive ahead of the charging such a paris to finish with the red bull. Dr having to make a couple of attempts to pause after martin's launch drove for that position.

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How Does Nancy Pelosi Know About 'Climate Change' With No Private Sector Experience?

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 2 months ago

How Does Nancy Pelosi Know About 'Climate Change' With No Private Sector Experience?

"Then, of course we had Mika Brzezinski. Chip off her father's Shoulder. Another net whip. Maybe we ought to take a poll. Who's dumber? Mika or Joe now? We're not time for that. But notice how these are all experts. They're all experts on everything. Mika Brzezinski has spent her life doing what? I don't know. On radio. Maybe I don't know. Do you know, Mr B? I honestly don't know. Joe Scarborough has spent his life being a putts. We know this Nancy Pelosi spend their entire life. Being a schmuck. I'm just saying. I want to get real here. Biden Look at Biden Pelosi almost no private sector experience whatsoever Schumer of a snow private sector experience whatsoever. Brzezinski. Now she knows all about climate. Tell me something. And people with low IQ's who know not a damn thing knows so much about climate change. How true can it be man made climate change? Mind you And what's with this man made Mr Producer. Shouldn't be people made. I think

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Arizona Judge Strikes Down Trump-Era Water Regulation

Native America Calling

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Arizona Judge Strikes Down Trump-Era Water Regulation

"Federal judge in arizona. Recently struck down trump era water rule which reduced the number of waterways protected under federal regulations and gibson from arizona public media reports the lawsuit against the environmental protection agency was filed by six federally recognized tribes from across the country. Though the biden administration found serious issues with trump's water. It was going to use it until they come up with their own policy since it's been struck down. Protections are back on for ephemeral streams which only flow after rain or snow in arizona. That's over ninety percent of the waterways chairman peter. Upc oh leads. The possibly ocoee tribe in the southern part of the state and this is just one more way of the tries banding together getting the powerful feeling that you can do something about it regardless if it's somebody as high as the president and all that equal pc oh seems hopeful that the ruling will strengthen efforts to protect waters within a proposed coppermine site in southern

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Israel Searches for 6 Palestinian Terrorists Following Prison Break

Hard Factor

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Israel Searches for 6 Palestinian Terrorists Following Prison Break

"Six palestinian prisoners. All terrorists escaped a prison in northern israel on monday morning. An incident that the prison is calling quote. Totally very rare so Yeah a day before the break out the most senior prisoner of the group zach. Kara zoo be requested. A transfer into the cell. The five other prisoners were located two which prison officials obliged saying. Yeah totally the escape has launched ended. Big game a. Yeah oh yeah. We'll move you right over bed snow problem. Why don't you ask earlier. The escape has launched a nationwide manhunt. And there's a lot of people asking how did this and that question is not rhetorical There's an answer. And the answer is the blueprint of the gilboa. Prison was available online on the website or the architectural firm that designed the jail. Nice

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Tulum, Mexico - New Home for the Digital Nomad?

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Tulum, Mexico - New Home for the Digital Nomad?

"Won't places. I always loved the travel mexico. Amazing food amazing. People like so many fun things to do and so today. We're talking about a city. That from what i've heard it's primarily like a playground for the rich and famous. It's called to mexico. I've i've always wanted to learn about it and so it's awesome to be able to have you on the show. No i'm really excited about two may be the other side it to learn that you haven't heard as much about okay right on. So what's your connection to the city so during the whole time. I figured out that. I wanted to go and and move in and try somewhere different worker motley so we looked at places that we were able to really dive deeper into experience the culture but also. I'm a big nature guy and we want to be able to go to the beaches and go to snow taes and get out to the forest and stuff and and to really fit the bill for all of that. It has really everything you would want when you go to place vacation but also if you're looking to go longer term consistently have things to do day in day out and so like when you're working remotely obviously you know. I have a lot of friends. That are like kinda digital nomads. And everything else like that was the there are strong internet connection for you throughout your time while you're there or was it like setup for you'd be able to do that remote work i mean it's incredible out there to be completely honest. It's it's built for people that really want to go out there and actually start building a life out there. There's condos constantly popping up but for the most part restaurants on the beach cafes on the beach and then we had an airbnb that we were able to really improve the internet at and they're really focused on that stuff. You look at airbnb. You look at hotels. A lot of them will will actually include what their internet speed is to make. Sure that you're able to work remotely from there. It's definitely big priority for them. That's also even like when i travel. I'm always like working whether it's on the podcast on my blog or whatever so I love having that high speed internet. No it's crazy. Honestly like i had a lot of friends that would go down to beach clubs for the day and they sit there pay thirty bucks for a beach chair with food and drinks and they work from there the entire day. And it's a really cheap way to be able to get the internet. You need if you're going for a week and you just wanna be able to experience the culture and experience the environment while you're out there as well

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How Do We Reconcile Our Love of Works by Problematic Creators?

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

02:04 min | 3 months ago

How Do We Reconcile Our Love of Works by Problematic Creators?

"Snow. We'll know that we often refer to harry potter. Buffy the vampire slayer and they are not the only texts. We mentioned that. Have problematic creators. Many of the axes. From the harry potter films have come out to reassure fans that it is irc as to love the prophecy while not supporting the message of hate. It's creative preaches but is it really so easy. How connected are creators to that creations and has it changed in recent years with the rise of the cult of celebrity. Let's start things off a discussion of just weeden severe. A long time. He was held up. As as a great feminist icon. Making all these showers female leads and and really strong women. Do you think his feminist messages have been tarnished by his recent fall from grace or are there still valuable feminist messages to be gleaned from buffy firefly dollhouse and more. You're honest. I've actually only familiar with buffet. I not really watched file a house if you knew is so. I can't really speak from the buffy. Sound point and i am still puffy fat. I think it would be really hard not to be. I was pretty shocked when the allegations came out. And also it's extremely depressing when you read off because anything that you've held close to halt and that you've big doppler on shows like this in to other people as a standard to aspire to and then you realize that this create a really things let us a bit of a you know a knife in the heart but i feel like i think we'll be talking about this later about separating the creative from the often the artist. I think there's still a lot of stuff in buffy. Maybe not so much in the later episodes electing later seasons even but in the early stuff. I feel that for its time. It still very groundbreaking. Yeah

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Pollock’s Homer Sends Dodgers to 5–3 Win Over Padres in 16

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Pollock’s Homer Sends Dodgers to 5–3 Win Over Padres in 16

"A. J. Pollock's two run Homer in the top of the sixteenth inning gave the Los Angeles Dodgers a five three victory over the San Diego Padres after the Dodgers scored twice in the top of the fifteenth inning Fernando to teach junior tied the game with his National League leading thirty fifth home run and what is the longest afternoon game in the major league says the twenty twenty rule change was implemented the game started as a pitchers duel between Walker Buehler and Blake Snell Buehler allowed an unearned run over six and two thirds innings while snow pitched a career high seven two thirds innings allowing just Will Smith twentieth Homer in the eighth inning that forced extra innings Philip gone San Diego

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States in the West Face Water Cuts

Environment: NPR

02:31 min | 3 months ago

States in the West Face Water Cuts

"Residents in arizona. Nevada and across the border in mexico will have to cut their water consumption starting next year this the day after the extraordinary announcement by the us government of a first ever water shortage on the colorado river. Here's npr's kirk siegler. Some forty million people and countless farms rely on the colorado river and its tributaries. The shortage comes amidst a mega drought on the river basin. That's so far. Lasted twenty two years and as desert cities like las vegas and phoenix. Continue to grow at among the fastest rates in the us the entire reservoir system including lake mead with it's alarming white bathtub brings behind the hoover dam is now it just forty percent of capacity. Here's the department of interior secretary for water. Tanya trujillo we are seeing the effects of climate change in the colorado river basin through extended drought extreme temperatures extensive wildfires and in some places flooding landslides and now is the time to take action to respond to them. Arizona will be the hardest hit initially with these cuts. Losing almost a fifth of its entire river allotment for now california will not see any cuts because it's water rights are senior under century-old river laws. This shortage is monumental but it was also widely expected western. Water officials have been planning for this eventuality by ramping up conservation and water recycling. Tom bukowski directs arizona's department of water resources. This is a serious turn of events but not a crisis for now. Most cities won't see water. Supplies cut but farmers will in arizona. Thousands of acres of fields are expected to go fallow. Ironically the arid southwest is a huge producer of water intensive crops like cotton and alfalfa water law experts like marks quill lachey at the university of colorado say climate change will force this region to rethink how it uses its limited water. So many people rely on. We can't handle anymore stresses we're looking at a pretty dire situation right now on the river. School laci says climate. Change is drying out the soils and leading to rapid. Evaporation even a near average winters. Like this last one in the rocky mountains where snow melt feeds the river. That dry soils are acting like a sponge and they're soaking up a lot of water before that water can make it into the reservoirs. And that's likely to continue and federal water. Managers warned the shortages to will continue and probably get more severe. They'll reassess whether more cuts are needed in the next year.

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"snow" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

06:10 min | 10 months ago

"snow" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"The daughter of snow. I character i know is regina and emma. She's the daughter of snow. Why impinge tommy regina the evil quaint. What time this added disney plus a few months ago so yeah it was on that fix server hit so i've seen all the seasons but i'm now reworked to hang on just a cox. Yeah ours is actually incredibly jealous. My disney plus. Yes i am. Let's no government. Although i will be jealous for you once glee at disney plus. Yes thanks. yeah we won't be agreement fix bernau. Try a tangent I personally that snow. It was impressive for its time. Yeah definitely considering the later films. The later films except for one or two are superior. I agree with that completely. Came out and then. I ain't that he's a really good scariest as some of the other films. That came slightly lighter. But i mean pinocchio which we would be doing because it's just a jesus house may even now. Yeah we're not doing bambi dumbo. 'cause dumbo will end in me and our aunt mean tease same family on me around victims and sexes most because traditionally exactly those who don't know passionate animals. Vegetarians juice seven so twenty years now. Golden pillow yes. Uk vegetarian twenty one or two thousand one. Did he might later showed up. So you want want wait. What do you think about the huntsman. Saving her a he has since i. It's as easy to get into something.

"snow" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

05:50 min | 10 months ago

"snow" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

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"snow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:45 min | 1 year 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

One Great Book

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"snow" Discussed on One Great Book

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"No. My kids. You don't get in the face by a colleague like Mark. What are you doing? Okay. I think I think that's just you know, it's he's already used to everything right in just get used to being around a now that make sense to last questions. What's the worst thing about your job? Or the worst thing is I don't I don't get outside as much as I would like to or not in the snow as much as I want to because to be because. Scientific research. I it can be really tough, you know, like writing and being in front of a computer is not always the easiest thing to do. I think anyone is being honest with say that you know, can be very rewarding a lot of other ways. I I would like to be sort of in the snow more. So to speak. Do you get to ski a lot when you're up there in mammoth? I do. Yeah. I do. Yeah. I got out quite a bit. I did cross country skiing skiing ideal out about country skiing. Yet depends on the year. This year looks good one so far. What is your favorite thing about snow or about your job? My favorite thing about my snow or my job. I mean to sort of different questions, I guess, but for me, it's that I get to work on something that I I love, but I love I love being out there in the physical parts of working with snow and on the snow, and and the places that I've been to do that it also intellectually is just a really interesting material in it's like one of the brightest substances on earth exists near its melting temperature extremely weak compared any other material. You know, I think those are some of the reasons why people find snow just fascinating in the first place is you peel that onion. It's just seems to have more and more layers. Interesting things about it. I wonder why does it smell? Why does have a smell smell? He hadn't. Okay. Sometimes I mean, it's like when it's really quiet. Out. It sounds like it's quiet when it's starts out because the kids acting like baffle like a sound baffle. And so maybe it things going on with smells. I mean. They're not relate. So whatever, you know, if you long, smells, terrible, or whatever I mean back at you when it's knowing it's not really funny. Thank you so much doing this for meeting me, essentially in a parking lot and LAX. So weird. Probably one of the weirdest part of your. Okay. So Email a stranger find a bench and asks mar people stupid questions because they have such good stories and you'll never see snow the same now Ned is not on social media. But all geez is it's at all, geez. On Instagram and Twitter. I'm Allie ward with one.

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"And they've had a huge increase typically significant over the last ten years and one problem is these snow radars haven't been around that long. So it's hard to place that you know, in context could be that this is just a warm ten year episode that might not all be due to climate change or partly did it's clear, but anyway, what that has meant and even at mammoth, which has a pretty high elevation the bases. Nine thousand feet of main line. There's there's tons of mid winter rain now even higher up on the mountain which used to never happen. And that had some interesting wet snow adult, you get different kinds of avalanches snows 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 out during the wet season. So more rain on snow events flooding. Yeah. A lot of things and just less water throughout the summer. Dan, we've already seen that forest. Fires and that not as 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, and dense guy and okay zero hesitation there. Yes. Colorado tends to get the latest snow sort of at least in mountain regions in the that need 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. 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. No. My kids, but you don't get being in the face by a colleague like Mark. What are you doing? Okay. I think I think that's just you know, it's he's already used to everything right in just get used to being around a lot of snow that make sense to last questions. What's the worst thing about your job? Or the worst thing is I don't I don't get outside as much as I would like to or not in the snow as much as I want to because to be because, you know, scientific research signed, it can be really tough, you know, like writing and being in front of a computer is not always the easiest thing to do. I think anyone is being honest with say that you know, it can be very rewarding a lot of other ways. I I would like to be sort of in the snow more. So to speak. Do you get to ski a lot when you're up there in mammoth? I do. Yeah. I do. Yeah. I got out quite a bit. I did cross country skiing skiing ideal out of that country skiing depends on a year this year looks like good one. So far. What is your favorite thing about snow or about your job? My favorite thing about my snow or my job. I mean to sort of different questions, I guess, but for me, it's that I get to work on something that I I love, but I love I love being out there in the physical parts of working with snow and on the stone, and the places that I've been to do that it also intellectually is just a really interesting material in it's like one of the brightest substances on earth exists near its melting temperature is extremely weak compared any other material. You know, I think those are the reasons why people find snow just fascinating in the first place is you peel that onion. It's

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:03 min | 3 years 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 | 3 years 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

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"On survivalist message boards. Apparently, if you have a canteen, you fill it up with snow, and you tuck it between your layers of clothing and let your body heat melted. Such a potty do it or you can suck on small amounts of snow time. Just don't eat ice. Like, it's pudding. Also, one thread said you could pee in a bucket of snow and just melted that way, so you wouldn't be eating yellow snow against technically at that point. It would be a beverage. What's my point just bring a canteen or stay inside forever? A lot of questions about climate change, Madeline high sing one or snow. I live in Boston last winter. We had a bomb cyclone storm that everyone's forget about and she's very say, I really don't know what that means. What is a bomb Cyclo, and who gets to make up these dramatic names. I don't know. I don't know what a bomb cyclone is there. It sounds bad. I I think you'd wanna talk to an atmospheric scientist. Yeah. Look it up two. Good friends. I look this up and a bomb. Cyclone is also known as explosive cycle. Genesis a weather bomb meteorological bomb, explosive development, mid latitude cyclone cyclone bomb, or Bomba Genesis or Snowmageddon or a nor'easter. Now, if you're counting linguists that is ten English terms for just one kind of storm, and it means that the pressure drops bunch at least twenty four Mila bars in a short amount of time twenty four hours. It's when a mass of cold air meets warm air and the storm gathers intensity really quickly, but at ENA blizzard unless the Windsor at least thirty five miles an hour. Visibility is reduced to quarter mile or less and this thing lasts at least three hours. And yes. Climate change affects the amount of warm air that slams into cold air, slightly warmer air can also hold more moisture. So we may be seeing shorter snow seasons. But heavier snow dumps because. Of that. So climate change, the unnatural earth puberty that nobody wants in terms of fake snow. What are your feelings? Jordan. Mary field wants to know, what are your feelings on artificial snow made for ski resorts. You know, I think they're really healthy ski resorts. Artificial.

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"On survivalist message boards. Apparently, if you have a canteen, you fill it up with snow, and you tuck it between your layers of clothing and let your body heat melted. Such a potty do it or you can suck on small amounts of snow time. Just don't eat ice. Like, it's pudding. Also, one thread said you could pee in a bucket of snow and just melted that way, so you wouldn't be eating yellow snow against technically at that point. It would be a beverage. What's my point just bring a canteen or stay inside forever? A lot of questions about climate change, Madeline high sing one or snow. I live in Boston last winter. We had a bomb cyclone storm that everyone was freaking out about. And she's embarrassed to say, I really don't know what that means. What is a bomb Cyclo, and who gets to make up these dramatic names. I don't know. I don't know what a bomb cyclone is there. It sounds bad. I I think you'd wanna talk to an atmospheric scientist. Yeah. Look it up two. Good friends. I look this up and a bomb. Cyclone is also known as explosive Cyclo. Genesis a weather bomb meteorological bomb, explosive development, mid latitude cyclone cyclone bomb, or Bomba Genesis or Snowmageddon or a nor'easter. Now, if you're counting linguists that is ten English terms for just one kind of storm, and it means that the pressure drops bunch at least twenty four Mila bars in a short amount of time twenty four hours. It's when a mass of cold air meets warm air and the storm gathers intensity really quickly, but at ENA blizzard unless the winds are at least thirty five miles an hour. Visibility is reduced to mile or less and this thing lasts at least three hours. And yes. Climate change affects the amount of warm air that slams into cold air, slightly warmer air can also hold more moisture. So we may be seeing shorter snow seasons. But heavier snow dumps because. Of that. So climate change, the unnatural earth puberty that nobody wants in terms of fake snow. What are your feelings? Jordan. Mary field wants to know, what are your feelings on artificial snow made for ski resorts. You know, I think they're really healthy ski resorts..

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"And yes, when Guus have studied a bunch of Arctic regional, languages and. Yep. There's a ton of words for different kinds of snow the Sami people of northern Scandinavia. And Russia got a thousand words just for reindeer help bosses that also part in the planes taking off did I mention that we were quoted this on a bench outside of LAX feel like I did. Okay. Let's talk eating snow which was asked by patrons. Elissa? Norman Jason steinhoff, an M Mauer a lot of people had questions about eating snow. Kristen long particular asked as a child. I was never sure if it was okay to eat snow, obviously, not the yellow kind. Or if it we really was full of chemicals, do the smog in the atmosphere. So does where you live make a difference on whether or not it's okay to eat snow does. I mean, it's it's all that stuff in the atmosphere. Hunted sation, nuclei and all that stuff. We're talking about you know, you can definitely have impurities in the snowpack. And then we also also get deposition from. Dust, for instance, on the so that's a big issue in the western US. Once it's on the ground. They get these big dust storms in southern Colorado and more of these areas because we're you know, we just have the ocean and most of the dust like from China, it's not making it over here. But they have local sources of dust that they can trace and they get these apocalyptic looking dust storms. There's just stuff especially the older and longer that this has been there tends to get stuff on top. Like like, there's an algae that that grows on the snow claiming honest and develops. That's no blowout. I think is it a it's a fun notes algae. I think anyway, makes you say if you you you. Too much of it Sino. So I look this up in it's called watermelon snow because of this pink blush that the algal blooms costs, and it even smells like watermelon. But don't eat it. Now, of course, of course, just like snail it's somehow popped up as an ingredient in way too expensive face Europe's because I don't know maybe a drop of snow algae juice will make me look younger society loves me. And I don't die alone with my mini schnauzer left to devour my corpse. I think that's nothing came a net. Anyway. So maybe don't now what if you are stranded like Jason steinhoff asked. Is it true that a stranded human cannot eat snow fast enough to stay properly hydrated and power asked is he is eating snow actually dehydrating because he's been more energy melting the snow than you get from during the water better off melting Jeff fire or like a stove. I mean that that's pretty standard in most expeditions are you know, getting into through that vase change. It does require a lot of energy. So it's the most efficient way, but you are still get. Getting the water. So yeah, if you're desperate. I mean, you can know somebody will make you really cold. So what if.

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:48 min | 3 years 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 | 3 years 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 Ologies

Ologies

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"Oh one and the best snow for a snowball fight. Also, how climate change affects snowpack and the really riveting back story of skier avalanche expert and snow hydrologist, Dr Ned there. I thought that was Ned that wasn't in. My phone is two percents. I'm at the appointed meeting place. It is eleven fifty nine. I do not see Ned. My phone has two percent for us to meet up with each other before this gets to real tragic. How was it not plugged in? My lord. My phone is now at one percent, I see someone walking please be please be netted are you Ned? Yes. I. And where did you grow up 'cause you're based in Santa, Barbara or you work out of UCSB? Do I work for UCSB? I live in mammoth lakes, and where are you from originally Alexandria, Virginia? Do they have snow there? Oh, what how did this happen? Yeah. I grew up skiing in winter green Virginia thousand vertical feet something like thirty inches of annual snowfall. I went to school in Maine went to vote in college and skewed more there. And then after college I went. And my parents weren't too happy about this and Biki patroller and did that for ten years. So can you not break all of your bones? Well, that's not really what they wanted me to go to college. And yeah, not the safest job either. But I I loved it. I mean. Have you been kinda Stephen by your family? Yeah. Yeah. I've I've always had that I've wanted to live in his ski tone for as long as I can remember, and so I've sort of managed to do that with a professional career of traveling a fair bit. But also just on the computer. How did you make the leap from being ski patrol freeze at ten years to you? Do you have a PHD in snow hydrology go from like, you know, air quotes ski bum to Dr snowed? It. So it's kind of a long story. But I was working as patroller. My second part of that. It was I was doing my PHD while I was still ski patrolling at the end, but I had a friend on ski patrol who is sort of a mentor for me as name was Walter Rosenthal. He was he was old controller is in his mid fifties. And he took me under his wing and taught me a lot about snow and digging these massive snow pits. You know, like three, Sarah. Snowpack is this is really deep at least in the good. You did varies, but it can be very deep. And so we would be digging these pets and doing these, you know, crystal identification and stuff like that. I mean, really deep and he was a really he loved it. I mean, he was a guy. He's probably one of the only people I've ever met. I think liked it dig more in the snow and do anything else. So it's kind of like human Baco. And and anyway, so alter was my my friends keep a troll. And he taught me a lot about the snow, and I was patrolling. I was kinda looking for something a little more cerebral. The do I want working as a ski patroller? I should say this Walter had a history. He was a scientist also also worked at UC Santa Barbara, and he had done a bunch of work with remote, sensing and. Satellite based mapping the snowpack and stuff that I'm doing now. But what he really liked to do is avalanche research, which there's there's almost no funding for the US really is what I liked it. It's what I wrote my dissertation on right? And so anyway, Walter got a an NSF grant with his adviser, Jeff dosier to study centering mechanisms and the snowpack so like how snow grains bond together, he was looking at soluble impurities and the snowpack and using a scanning electron microscope and looking at the geometric structure and how the next form between him and stuff like that. Anyway, Walter just got this NSF grant. And then in April of two thousand six he was killed with three other ski patroller all Canada event on mammoth mountain collapsed. Oh my God. Yeah. And it was it was it was a really rough night..

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"snow" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on Ologies

"Oh one and the best snow for a snowball fight. Also, how climate change affects snowpack and the really riveting back story of skier avalanche expert and snow hydrologist, Dr Ned there. I thought that was Ned that wasn't in. My phone is two percents. I am at the appointed meeting place. It is eleven fifty nine. I do not see Ned. My phone has two percent for us to meet up with each other before this gets to real tragic. How was it not plugged in? My lord. My phone is now at one percent, I see someone walking, please. Please be Ned. Are you Ned? Yes. I. And where did you grow up because you're based in Santa Barbara or do you work out of UCSB? Do I work for UCSB? Yep. I live in mammoth lakes, and where are you from originally Alexandria, Virginia? Do they have snow there? Oh, what how did this happen? Yeah. I grew up skiing in winter green Virginia thousand vertical feet something like thirty inches of annual snowfall. I went to school in Maine. I went to bowdoin college in skewed more there. And then after college I went. And my parents weren't too happy about this and Biki patroller and did that for ten years. So can you not break all of your bones? Well, that's not really what they wanted me to go to college today. And yeah, not the safest job either. But I I loved it. I mean. Have you been kind of Lethem by your family? Yeah. I've I've always had that I've wanted to live in his ski town for as long as I can remember, and so I've sort of managed to do that with a professional career one of traveling a fair bit. But also just on the computer. How did you make the leap from being ski patrol freeze at ten years to you? Do you have a PHD in snow hydrology go from like, you know, air quotes ski bum to Dr snowed? It. So it's kind of a long story, but I was working as patroller my second. So as part of that, it was I was doing my PHD while I was still ski patrolling at the end, but I had a friend on ski patrol who is sort of a mentor for me is name was Walter Rosenthal. He was he was old controller is in his mid fifties. And he kind of took me under his wing and taught me a lot about snow and digging these massive snow pits. You know, like three, Sarah. No packers. This is really deep at least in the good. You did varies, but it can be very deep. And so we would be digging these pets and doing these, you know, crystal identification at stuff like that. I mean, really deep and he was a really he loved it. I mean, he was a guy..

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"snow" Discussed on Tales

Tales

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"snow" Discussed on Tales

"Gerda couldn't believe k had been so cruel to her with the sled trying to make her fall face first into the snow. She was angry he had treated her so poorly, but that anger quickly slipped away over the next few days when k did not return home, and no one had seen him since he had run into the forest mocking. Her Gerda had been the last person to see him people began to assume the worst that K was dead that k had gotten lost in the snow, and they wouldn't find his body until spring these rumors made Gerda feel ill. She combed the snowy forests calling his name. She cried herself to sleep at night her dear friend, a brother to her had become someone else. And now he had disappeared entirely. Spring came and even Gerda had given up hope my friend is dead and gone. She cried to the sun. I don't believe it. The sun whispered back sending a warm tingle down her spine Gerda went to the sparrows, my friend is dead gone forever. She wailed we don't believe it. They whispered urging her to not give up hope slightly emboldened by their vague prophecies Gerda decided to go down to the river one morning sneaking out of the house at dawn. She took her new red shoes as an offering Gerda stood boldly before the lapping waves. Dear God, I will give you these new red shoes. The finest thing I own if you will please return, my friend K. Okay. To me. Gerda tossed the shoes and they landed with a splash, but not as far out as she had hoped. They would go the waves delivered them back to the shore. As if she had barely tossed them out at all determined to make sure they landed squarely in the rapid current. So that God could receive her request. She tossed them a second time this time a little further out. But once again, the shoes came bouncing back towards her as if carried by a magical force Gerda thought, this was perhaps a sign that came wasn't dead after all, but she couldn't be sure a small boat rested amongst tangle of reads and Gerda hurried over to it. She decided she would hop into it. So she could get a better position to throw her shoes. Again, the boat wasn't fastened. And she pushed it out a few yards from the shore and tossed the shoes behind her but the boat. What carried her quickly into the current? And she was unable to keep control of it Gerda cried for help. But there were only the sparrow's chirping unable to help her. She was quickly swept away the red shoes bobbed behind her as if the boat were dragging them along. After an hour of struggling to regain control Gerda crumbled on the floor of the boat and wept all hope was lost. But the sweet sparrows followed her cheering her on. And finally, she sat back up and looked along. The shores of the peaceful river the banks were lined with the most beautiful roses, which reminded her of the flower boxes, outside of the windows of her and ks home, perhaps this river will carry me to K if he is still alive. She said thoughtfully. After drifting downstream for what must have been hours. She spotted the loveliest cottage in the distance. It had a curved that's roof and red and blue colored shudders it even had wooden soldiers outside of it adorable sentinels that gave the place a magical storybook feeling. Hello. Hello over here. Gerda started shouting at the top of her lungs and jumping up and down for someone to notice her as if wanting her to go there the boats started drifting towards the shore the red shoes came along to giving up on getting an answer from God. She put them back on finally a woman hobbled out on a crooked, stick, even though she was old her eyes were Lert, and she waved to Girt with a smile Gert hopped out of the boat and raced towards her the woman was. Is so warm and inviting it was like Gert was meeting..

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"snow" Discussed on Tales

Tales

03:33 min | 3 years 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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