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How to Not Have a Lost Decade

Money For the Rest of Us

04:13 min | 9 months ago

How to Not Have a Lost Decade

"Welcome money for the rest of this is a personal finance show on money how it works how to invest it and live without worrying about it. We host David Stein today's episode three, fourteen it's titled Don't have a lost decade. Recently, got an email from a new plus member. He says he's treating the material on the website like an online college course but he had a question he wrote that he's approaching a crossroad in his life and he would like to prepare himself for that crossroad. He works at one of the Best Public Gardens in us as a horticulturalist he's been there three years makes forty three thousand dollars per year has four weeks of vacation full healthcare and Hsa they have a four zero three. B. Defined contribution plan where he gets a six percent match his boss enjoy working with him and he enjoys his job. This member also has his own business, a lifestyle business providing premium horticulture services for high end properties. He started in two thousand nineteen gross four thousand dollars and anticipate grossing twelve thousand dollars this year he has no debt. The only thing he owns he says, that is worth. Any money is an old pickup truck that's worth about three thousand. Is roughly eighteen thousand, five hundred dollars in his defined contribution plan and using the online tools on money for the rest of US plus. That, he's on track to retire in his early sixties. y'All says about two thousand dollars in a savings account pays two percent and about fifteen hundred dollars in a wealth front Robo Advisor. Account. He's living on about eighteen to twenty thousand dollars a year. After contributing to is defined contribution plan and health savings account, he brings home about twenty, eight, thousand dollars but that doesn't include is overtime bonuses or the work in his business. After taxes and contribution he estimates that he's bringing home about thirty, five, thousand dollars with everything, which means potentially he could save fifteen to seventeen thousand dollars per year and certainly ten thousand dollars per year. He writes for the first time in my life I'm not living paycheck to paycheck am planning for the future. The business I own. Now as a hobby passion, I turned profitable. It has been a great space for me to learn and have done a lot of just that but it ultimately is a glorified landscaping business. What they really want to own is a retail nursery that one day will become an event, an education centre as well. I turned thirty two months. I thought at this point I would go beyond an entry level position. I thought I would own my own house and maybe own a business full-time. Those goals seem so far away. The question I want to pose to you is, how do I get from where I am today to owning a five to ten acre property that can use to develop into my next lifestyle business as soon as possible Had An additional investment question that address in a few minutes. I he's not in an entry level position. He is a master, her cultures he's studied it. He learned a lot of those skills working at an organic farm and Tasmania. Got, his university degree. He was admitted to a professional horticulture program at the Public Garden where he works, he is very, very skilled in all aspects of landscape design and gardening. and. There are a lot of people that would be very envious that he has his amazing job working in horticulture and one where he can listen to a lot of podcast which he does. In order to answer question I want to compare to couples I know I've known for about a decade. This particular members approaching thirty. He's looking out over the next decade. What has to happen so that he doesn't have a lost decade and can reach goals I'm positive he can reach his goals.

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Birth of the Urban Legend

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Birth of the Urban Legend

"Today I am going to take a look. At myths and one in particular that is huge a myth that is regarded debated by perhaps perhaps millions of people and it starts in Rome. No one could talk about the Catholic. Church without mentioning. Vatican City. Balance City is an independent city state within Rome. Italy is under full ownership sovereign authority and jurisdiction of the holy. See the area that occupies represents the smallest city state in the world coming in at one hundred ten acres with a population of about a thousand. It is ruled by a type of theocracy minister by the pope while the Holy See dates back to earliest Christianity. The Independent Vatican City state on the other hand didn't come into existence until February. The Eleventh Nineteen Twenty nine this is different from the papal that occupy most of Italy from seven fifty six to eighteen seventy. The Vatican walls were built to keep out pirates during the ninth century. Pirates were pillaging much of southern Italy when they sacked. Saint Peter's in eight forty. Six Pope Leo. The fourth decided he needed a little extra protection. A thirty nine foot wall was constructed around Leone City. An area which included the current Vatican's territory gradually when the threat receded. Many gates were opened in the walls. It was shortly after the wall was built but no connection. Eight fifty five to eight fifty eight that a new pope came into power. The story goes that a lady pontiff rained for a brief time in the ninth century. Disres- was a young woman who disguised herself as a man and entered religious training distinguishing herself as a scholar. She rose through the church ranks and elected Pope John. Eight the year eight five. She went onto rule for two years. Her gender always concealed but he flowery holy robes. Her secret was only revealed. Eight fifty eight when she unexpectedly went into Labor during a papal procession. Some accounts say she died in childbirth while others claim that her and raged followers dragged her behind a horse and stoned to death. Either would've been an appropriate response for the Times before you scoff at the idea of a female pope. Let me lay out some facts. The story of a female pope surfaced in the thirteenth century. Chronicles written by a couple of Dominican Friars then in the fourteenth century. She was mentioned in a book about famous women. Her image eventually graced paintings sculptures and Tarot cards for a short time. She was included in a collection of papal bus in. Italy's CNN Cathedral. Some historians dismissed Pope Joan as a myth that we go. Here's our myth citing that her supposed rain overlaps Pope Leo fourth and Pope Benedict third. Some scholars believe that she was had been expunged from the church history. One ancient scholar provides her nationality place of birth length of her pontificate as two years. Seven months and four days. Then there are some who say she didn't die immediately after giving birth instead she was deposed after her confinement and did penance for many years after her death she was buried in. Estonia were her son held the Office of Bishop generally today all sources a pope. Joan are thought to be nothing more than an urban legend yet. There are hints of a female Pope's existence in both art and architecture on the pillars and Saint Peter's basilica in Vatican City seven sculptures showing a woman's facial expression while going into labor can be found but wait in the oldest surviving com copy of the pump typical the official book of biographies of Popes during the early Middle Ages Pope Benedict. The third is missing completely then are medieval coins that show the likeness of Pope Jonas Elias. Yes there are and this is suggesting that she may indeed have existed. Science had proved that these coins are not fake when archaeological find has documents that Pope Joon US crown. Louis the second of as a holy Roman emperor eight fifty six. Although the available evidence seems to cast some doubts regarding the existence of Pope John. It is likely that some would continue to believe that this figure was real whether it's a piece of fiction or history detail. Pope Joan will most likely on until absolute physical documentation surface. It finally and the

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Iowa Farmer Says He's Disenchanted With President Trump

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:32 min | 1 year ago

Iowa Farmer Says He's Disenchanted With President Trump

"We've been talking about how exceptional these caucuses are happening tonight for starters. They've never been so many candidates to choose from at least on the democratic side and there have never there has never been an incumbent quite quite as divisive as President Donald. That seems to be making things even more unpredictable here than usual. It's rain and the illustrate that I want to introduce you to rob Ewald. I met him on driving around the eastern part of the state with editor. Dalia todd producer. Taylor Haney you won't is Republican. Who says he is so disappointed in trump he might caucus tonight for a Democrat and understand why RAV has been so disenchanted with the president? It is helpful to understand where he comes from my parents they They bought this in nineteen seventy. It was just bear grass and their pasture. And I gotTa go to Rob's farm just outside Davenport it was just gorgeous ten acres pastures rolling hills all of it covered with snow. It's where they keep some horses and some cows a couple of styles of corn before they ship it to their buyers. He runs a bigger thousand Acre farm. Not far away from where he grows corn and soybeans his crops. The have been strong in recent years but prices are not right now beans or break even at best to raise. We're not buying any new equipment. Were in survival mode. Why is it going to this point? They don't have enough places to sell their beans. I mean some of that has to do with the trade war with China. China's the biggest importer of American soybeans ends and those sales dropped dramatically. Seventy five percents. That drop was in two thousand eighteen and rob thought it was going to be temporary. Me Personally I I was looking at this. This is a short term deal and I'M NOT GONNA pick China over the US. So I'm like yeah. Let's even the stuff out. He's willing to take the hit here right but he's not not just taking the hit on soybeans even more it's rob's corn production that suffering. He is a Republican and he generally votes that way voted for Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen but last fall the president did something that rob cannot get over. I was mad and are still pretty upset about. He's talking about a move. By the trump administration. Last Fall Fall the EPA the Environmental Protection Agency granted these exemptions to dozens of oil producers. So they don't have to make ethanol into gasoline. Ethanol is a biofuel Tomato Corn Oh and by mixing it in. It's supposed to make gas more environment environmentally friendly right but because of those waivers oil refineries stopped buying ethanol or meant that they no longer needed to buy corn from Ron Right. Exactly we're not asking for a whole lot. When we were already getting knocked down from trade the lease the administration she could have done was prop up there and give us something? That's going to go year after year. You know all this stuff is working against him right. It's unpredictable. Well weather patterns which are even more unpredictable now because of climate change there's also trade policy politics plays into all of it and honestly rob is worried that things will get so hard. His his boys won't be able to take over the family farm and make a living. And here's a bit where I get to play cute tape of his eleven year old Isaac taking care of his sources. Can you take the rap down and put it in the barn please it out on my neck. They're just doing tours around the farm and clearly rob so in his element. He's on his farm working with the sun but because things have been so tough financially. He can't be here all the time anymore. He's had to take a part time job driving semi trucks. You know what I don't mind doing it. It's something that the boys what's that you mind it. It does cut into a little bit on family family time and stuff. I have some different hours but you understand why we have to do it right. So that's that's the big thing that they understand and I'm not You know I'm pretty proud. I don't WanNa have to ask for anything. So we make sacrifices. So it's really heartbreaking to hear right it is and it's shaping his political choices here's what he thinks about the Democratic contenders. Some of these just are too extreme for me. There's I just I don't know where were money comes from for some of the projects. It just blows my mind. Do Biden not modern Anna. friel Joe Biden. I don't trust him. You know with what's going on right now with the impeachment. I think trump got caught and maybe biden. That's just the way I look at it and you trust you trust Donald. I didn't say that either. I didn't say that it is and I did. Vote for him right now. Maybe I leave the top box empty to be honest with you because my family and I are in a worse position now than we were four years ago. So it's very difficult to say. I got my vote. Oh so he says he's probably not gonNa vote for the President of music. Is there any other candidate out there. Who would go for you know? He likes Amy Klobuchar. He says she understands agriculture culture and has a good mid Western values. And yes. He says he might show up at the caucus tonight but mainly to watch the spectacle but this is the kind of disaffected Republican and that the Democratic Party Democratic candidates are trying to do one thing. I've learned here in Iowa that when people go in tonight I mean. The results can be really unpredictable. Taboo pray talk things out and and who knows right and it's been we've heard stories about how many people have not yet made up their minds and so things could change once people get in the room tonight at the Caucasus.

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Evacuation in place as Southern California blaze continues to burn

Ask Me Another

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Evacuation in place as Southern California blaze continues to burn

"In southern California crews are battling the Maria fire northwest of Los Angeles which has burned roughly ninety four hundred acres of grass and prompted evacuation orders for almost eleven thousand people since erupted two nights ago cal fire spokesman Scott McClain says that blazes at least twenty percent contained he says in general the state of California is naturally prone to fires and that's likely never going to change California actually will burn I mean there's always going to be a far California on a weekly average we respond to a hundred seventy two two hundred wildfires a week the people don't really realize what we do we keep them to about ninety five percent of those to ten acres or less the client says the Kincaid fire north of San Francisco is at least seventy two percent

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Hydrogen Power, Modular Nuclear and the Other Technology Xcel Energy Has Its Eyes On

Climate Cast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

Hydrogen Power, Modular Nuclear and the Other Technology Xcel Energy Has Its Eyes On

"You've heard about xl energy goal to be one hundred percent carbon free by twenty fifty but what are the mechanics to get there and is the technology there to deliver reliable power at lower cost. Let's ask xl CEO Ben Folk a how he plans to meet that climate-friendly goal hi Ben Hey Paul. How are you good. Thanks for talking with us today. What is the specific plan to get it to the carbon goals that Xcel has set by twenty thirty and carbon-free by twenty fifty right well. I'll be the first to tell you that will have to have technologies develop up to get us that last twenty percent of carbon out of our system technologies. That may not yet be there today that they're there but they're not commercially viable. Oh no because affordability reliability critical to this but the good news is technologies today will get us to that eighty percent carbon reduction by twenty thirty and they'll do so in a way that affordable and reliable when we talk about carbon neutral versus carbon free. How does that translate to what xl is trying to do? So what we're trying to do is a very pure carbon free meaning that none of our plants are emitting carbon and we're not having to buy REX renewable energy credits to get there so the reason why we're focused on that because we want this to be sustainable and replicable and awesomely we're all part of this thing called a big grid and and we all interconnect with a very few people truly disconnected so we're trying to show away that other utilities and other industries can also be carbon free. I WanNa want to get to some of the mechanics of that in a minute but let's talk about cost. I what where are we with. The latest costs for things like wind solar. Call all the types of energy energy that you have to look at where those costs trending right now you know ten years ago I would be talking about buying wind at sixty five dollars and today I'm talking about buying win for twenty dollars or less and that then competes head on with the price of fossil fuels so often sometimes I say that you know I might not totally retire the the gas generation plant but if I can use a lot less of it and make the fuel win versus natural gas and that that wind fuel is cheaper than the natural gas fuel than the environment benefits and our customers benefit. I WanNa talk a little little bit about wind full disclosure. I'm one hundred percent wind source customer with Xl Energy. How many minnesotans great how many Minnesotans have signed up up for wind source or some of the solar options that you have. Oh I think we're probably in the tens of thousands. It might even be close to one hundred thousand wow that program Paul is where we actually go out and retire noble energy credits which allows you to get one hundred percent of your energy from win but again. I can do that for you. I do it for myself. We can do these things for other customers but ultimately it gets back to if we want to be completely carbon-free. We have to make sure that big grid that we all connect back to US carbon free and is there demand strong demand. You hear that you see that from your customers. I think I went on your website and saw that one of your programs has a waiting waiting list. Is that true yeah I renewable connect product. which is kind of the next generation is very popular because it'll it basically locks customers in to a renewable resource for a period of time one year five years ten years and then depending on what the actual prices of energy do over that timeframe you might even save money and really interested in because we actually go out and build that wind farm that Solar Forum specifically for that group of customers so the program sell out pretty quickly. Let's talk about nuclear how long will nuclear power remain part of excels portfolio well. I I will tell you Paul. It's absolutely critical that that one of our plants are Monticello plant. which is scheduled to retire in Twenty thirty we've asked under our resource plan to extend that another ten years we won't be able to meet that eighty eight percent goal and move away from coal without the extension that nuclear plant now where nuclear ultimately goes. I think is depended it upon what the next generation of nuclear looks like and what the price looks like and what that compares to other alternatives. I happen to think it needs to be in our nation's energy portfolio oil. It is carbon free. It's twenty four seven dispatch -able and very important to the grid health so I'm a fan of nuclear but I'm also a fan kind of other technologies if they can do the same job well. Let's talk about some of those other technologies how much solar and how much wind is xl planning to add in the next several decades well well. We're already been a win leader for the last thirteen years. I believe we'll continue that wind leadership as we start to shut down our coal plants or replace a lot of that was solar energy so in the middle the twenty twenties look for us to add about three thousand megawatts of solar and trying to put that in context for for your listeners but it would probably it'll ultimately represent probably about twenty twenty five percent of our energy mix we as we move towards twenty thirty. I had had the opportunity to visit a solar garden earlier this year out around Norwood Young America and one megawatt project. I think it took up about ten acres of land and I'm curious how are farmers and other landowners cities reacting to the growth of solar and wind in Minnesota. Is there any pushback on the land use there. There's always some on pushback on any technology I think but for the most part wind is been really embraced by the farming community because you can still farm the land and I've had farmers come. I'm up to me and all the states we serve and and and tell me that if it hadn't been for the wind farm we put on their their farm in the royalty stream that goes with that then they might not be in business so it's generally been popular. There are issues with it. Solar is a little bit different. I mean you can't really farm the land and you're right. It's very land intensive about six to eight acres. Here's for per megawatt. I think that's an issue that's more pronounced when you're closer into the Metro region because cities don't necessarily want to see their land be devoted to a solar farm. They'd rather develop it as you get further out into the more remote areas. I think we can we can bridge that concern

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"ten acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Seven ten free if you're traveling northbound on the five feet old tire factory a Firestone. Was it Firestone tyres it was commerce. City officials are reviewing this proposal to develop eight acres within the current outlet site known as area, one Dobie adding area to, which is twenty six acres. What comes after area two and three which is ten acres next to the commerce casino. They bought that building next to commerce usually a park. And that's a huge, huge building, there's gonna be that's gonna be a spectacular doom Samson tire company Samson at the time. It was the largest tire factory west of the Mississippi when it was built in nineteen twenty nine. They really decorate that place up. Nice for Christmas, those big red bows. The boys to get their pictures with Santa really bring him all the way up there. From Irvine the dog the boys, the dogs dog picture is Santa, a lot of movies. Every year. A couple is it is it a beautiful? They're like you said. But is it a Santa design for animals only? Right. Is that right? Okay. Yes. So everybody's in line with their pets. Okay. I'm not you know it's not kid kid kid kid dog. I know it is significantly four. That's why you gotta come up from Irvine. Nobody else in that game. That's exactly right. Bingo. A lot of moving parts for this Pacific development looking for the citadel along with the Palmer's casino, which they both sit on the same corridor. Flagship revenue generators, our community partners for the city of commerce officials say twenty million people visit the outlets per year. The plan to address traffic by possibly expanding the gold line, and creating a behind the citadel, which will be a part of a bigger project light rail project that will travel through the through the city of commerce city of Montebello the city of Rivera, and it'll make his way up into the city of Whittier and the city of Santa Fe the proposed land for the forty acre development of the outlets would be used for hotels entertainment, retail, and much more. Yeah. That's going to be a big. Area once they get that all done. Here's a whip whiparound though for you cool. How many people live in the city of commerce? People live within the city of commerce. It's essentially the area wise, if you don't know what it is. It's if the five freeway.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's Chris Davies, welcome back to St. talk. Thanks so much for joining us on this beautiful Sunday morning. We'll talk you'll things real estate. So great coal in the last segment talking about Eastman's in this particular case, she had a sixty foot easement going through a property. That's a hefty one. That is a sizable easement for sure. And it goes to the ten acres that sits behind a I can't believe it wasn't disclosed to her. I wonder when she discovered that that it was present. And that seems like it would be. I mean, I'm just curious about how that all went. Down when she purchased it which brings up an interesting point, folks when you buy a house when you get the title policy, which tells you what's attached to the property and all the things going on with the property that tells you what liens on the property it'll tell you what the property taxes as well. What the county what the county has assisted at an all that it's important to look at that. Right. And I I would I would say that also as at great agent is going to be reading through that title report as well. And letting you know. This is unusual. This is something that's unusual. You might want to because you review the tunnel reports. Make sure it's consistent with what you're intended use of the property is you also want to make sure the sales going to go through based upon what's the title reports. There's caught on title. You can't get the loan for one. But it's really like for us when when we have questions about how do we call our officer. Yeah. We're not experts and everything if I have lending questions, I call you, Chris if we have title issues us, our clients will will speak with the title rep. And it's really important to know. All the permission. Yeah. Good title officers going to call you and say, there's a there's a red flag on this one that is out of the ordinary, and that's why I like working with certain title companies because I have a good relationship with them to please. Let me know if there's anything out of the ordinary that you see because they're the expert. But I mean, you or I could see a sixteen easement Aaron go gosh, how is this going to affect the future value? We'll hook as it goes right in between two houses to two buildings. I mean, that's. If it was like a flag lot like if they had to create, you know, borrow some square footage from her lot to be able to make it work, zoning wise that didn't sound like it was the case when she said it was a ten acre parcel. Yeah. It sounds like the person that owned the tank is got several access points. But to answer the question that she had to go back to go back to the person that owns the tonight because and see if you're gonna go she ate buying a back because when attorney Netflix hire a real estate attorney to to negotiate that and investigate whether or not it was on her original title. It's not then she might have a claim with that title insurance. You made an interesting point or a combination say about being naive to it. But that's not her responsibility, necessarily, she needs to some people. Don't know even what title is they don't, you know, it's our job. To educate people in day to go through all those steps with them. So I wouldn't take it. You do want to understand and ask questions, we actually courage people to ask more questions because I feel like a lot of people they'll hear earnest money, for example. And they don't know what it is. But they're too shy to ask like Kurds people to to ask questions and understand because sometimes people just like, okay? Yeah. Let's get the hell. It's funny. It's every time I sit down with a buyer even if they've bought and sold numerous times, I have to go through some of the same. You know? Questions and answers and making sure that they know everything. And if they do they say, oh, yeah, I've I've I've bought and sold numerous times I move forward. But I don't ever miss because if you don't buy it, but every five to seven years, you can forget something that you knew back, then so and also technology has come a long way. Oh, yeah. So depending on when you bought the house, maybe something that they didn't have access to maybe they maybe they didn't see it. All depends what's available to you. But again, if it's if some of that, you should be aware of this, especially another thing that people need to understand is that if there's a fence or a line like people are often ask where's the property line? And and that's something that I stay away from I have no idea you need to get surveyed. But if you're if there is like a survey stake there. Defense. You know, there's there's we had it happen before. Where people think the line is here because it makes sense it visually looks like it is right, but don't jump to conclusions especially with adverse possession. You. You never know. How long your neighbors been there for what the deal is? And it's not as simple as that sounds those possession. Folks has a lot more to get to look we're still we still have to talk about springtime projects and such. Number two, the shows eight four four talk one on one. Once.

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Northern lake ice loss threatens water, economies, culture

Climate Cast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Northern lake ice loss threatens water, economies, culture

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy, initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs. Bank of America NA member FDIC good morning eleven thousand eight hundred and forty two that's how many lakes Minnesota has of at least ten acres now. A new study in the journal nature climate change shows many of our lakes may not completely freeze over some winters. If Minnesota's climate continues to warm at the current rate. Jon Magnusson is an aquatic ecologist at the university of Wisconsin, Madison and a co author of the study there is a large amount of historical data on Lake Ice. And these are Ave shins by people. Sometimes they go back a hundred years or more. And in many of these cases, we've had lake sorta frozen year after year after year after year, and then they begin to not pres one winter. And then maybe freeze a couple than not. Freeze and they're slowly making a transition from a we called permanent annual ice shows up every year to lakes at are have intermittent is and don't freeze every year. John Winter is important in Minnesota, Wisconsin, the upper midwest, both socially and economically. I see the study cites a hundred and seventy eight million dollars spent on ice fishing alone in twenty eleven and of course, Minnesota Wisconsin resorts and businesses rely on millions and income from lodging and other ice related activities. How quickly might we see impacts there? If ISIS cover begins to fade ice cover has been fading for the last hundred and twenty five years, or so, and for example, the lake that our lab looks out on lake mendota in the last one hundred and fifty hundred and sixty years the ice cover has declined by one month. Now, we compared how soon we would expect the lake in northern west. Gunson to start not freezing and a lake in southern Wisconsin and not start freezing. And the one in southern Wisconsin. Like mendota we expect will start missing years sometime in the next ten twenty years, the one in northern Wisconsin, which is the same depth than that. We don't expect to see it start missing years until almost the end of the century. So John as the climate warms in the next several decades home, many of our lakes might become likes to just have intermittent ice. Well, the numbers are rather large. For example, the goal of the Paris accord was to keep temperature from going any warmer than two degrees centigrade than it is at the present time that would more than double the number of lakes that have internet nice from about fifteen thousand to about thirty five thousand we don't think that we're going to be able to keep the temperature from warming as little as two degrees centigrade. Some of the future scenarios are more in the area. Three point two degrees. Warmer or four point five degrees warmer, and in that case, we get up to intermittent is occurring in of almost sixty thousand or ninety thousand lakes, and we know that we're losing, ice and Antarctica and in the Arctic, but all of these lakes are mingled in population centers like Minneapolis, Saint Paul. And so that in this case, the loss of ice in the influence of that has on the way people use lakes in the wintertime is important Jon Magnusson aquatic ecologist at the university of Wisconsin in Madison. Thank you so much for your insight today that you and one more number this morning five in a row, Noah and NASA report that twenty eighteen was the fourth warmest year on record globally. And that means the past five years are the warmest five years on record the last cooler than average year globally, nineteen seventy seven. That means unless you're over forty one years old you've never lived through any year cooler than the twentieth century average that's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul Hutton her.

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U.S. Farm Bill opens door on hemp; FDA to consider new cannabis policy

Here & Now

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Farm Bill opens door on hemp; FDA to consider new cannabis policy

"Signing this Bill we are protecting crop insurance programs and funding that producers rely on in times of disaster that law also legalizes the industrial production of hemp, it's a strain of the cannabis plant that contains very low levels of THC. Meaning that you're not gonna get high from it. William Shipley is a dairy in tobacco farmer who's making a transition into him production. William welcome. You grew ten acres of hemp this year under a pilot program in Tennessee. But under this new farm Bill, you can grow more. What are your plans? I would lock to fan sixty acres. How would lock to that's my go tobacco slowly phasing away and going away, and I won't be able to

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Google pays $1 billion for offices in biggest Bay Area sale of the year

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

02:47 min | 2 years ago

Google pays $1 billion for offices in biggest Bay Area sale of the year

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Google pays one billion dollars for offices in biggest bay area sale of the year by Rolan Lee, Google has purchased the former side of Lincoln's Mountain View headquarters for one billion dollars in the largest bay area real estate sale in twenty eighteen the search giant on Monday confirmed. It bought the twelve building Britannia shoreline technology park totalling seven hundred ninety five thousand six hundred sixty three square feet, Google declined to comment further the deal caps a year of seemingly boundless growth in investment for Google and the rest of the tech industry with vast digital profits. Fuelling concrete acquisitions Google's parent. Alphabet reported earnings of thirty three point seven billion dollars in the third quarter up. Twenty one percent it had thirteen billion in cash at the end of the quarter. Google is channeling some of its profits to save its physical growth. Earlier this month, Google agreed to buy more than ten acres from the city of San Jose for one hundred ten million dollars for part of its expansion in that city. It also bought the Chesapeake Commons office park in Sunnyvale earlier this year in San Francisco, Google least three hundred thousand square feet in the landmark building at one market. The former Salesforce headquarters building Google is now responsible for the largest and second largest twenty eighteen real estate acquisitions nationwide in March it paid two point four billion dollars for Chelsea market in Manhattan, a retail and office complex next to the company's offices at one eleven eighth avenue. The Britannia shoreline deal is the second largest, according to brokerage data. Google already occupies most of the Britannia shoreline offices, which linked in vacated after a 2016 land swap totaling over three million square feet in existing and planned buildings that helped each company console. Holiday it space. It is in clear how many Google employees worked there. But the space has room for more than five thousand the Mercury News first reported the Britannia deal, Irvine real estate firm HCP sold the property and made a seven hundred million dollar profit. According to records filed with the securities and Exchange Commission. The company said it would use the proceeds to pay down debt and by and develop new projects linked in which is now owned by Microsoft has a corporate campus that straddles Sunnyvale and Mountain View and also has a large office tower in San Francisco.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KGO 810

"Burkhart cagey. Terry rows tells us with more than two hundred twenty five still missing that death toll is likely to rise only a few of the victims have been identified so far since most of the remains have been reduced to ash. If issues are asking family members who think they may have lost loved ones to provide DNA samples, so they can hopefully identify. The remains meantime, Cal fire chief Scott Jalbert says firefighters battling the wildfires. Burning in California have their work cut out for them. They're dealing with hundred hundred fifty foot trees in addition to thirty foot brush the fuel loading is just tremendous unhealthy. Air conditions are still being reported, including here in the bay area. But meteorologists are predicting that will start to improve tomorrow. Terry rouse reports one hundred seventeen thousand acres have burned in the campfire. That is now thirty percent contained. The list of bay area school closures is growing with a thick smoke. They include schools in Santa Rosa, Kenwood Petaluma. Qatada? Sebastian Paul rohnert park geyserville gern Ville, Healdsburg Forestville, the list goes on and on PGE is again facing scrutiny after a power line. Problem was reported around the same time, the campfire started in the town of Polga a woman who lives there says PG and he contacted her about equipment needed a repair on her property or near her property. The day before the fire broke out recordings of first responders reveal the firefighters were called to a ten acre fire in that same area. Some of those hurting from the devastating wildfire that wiped out the town of paradise had a chance to emotional escape the pain for at least a moment. Thanks to the San Francisco forty Niners the football team at paradise high was forced to cancel the playoffs in which they were favored to win when the forty Niners heard about the team. They donated nearly seventy tickets to last night's home game against the New York Giants. It was the first time members of the high school team or. Able to see each other since the fire Marshall Phillips eight ten business Amazon has chosen the location or locations for its second. Headquartered Jason Middleton.

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Tesla secures Shanghai site for $2 billion China Gigafactory

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00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla secures Shanghai site for $2 billion China Gigafactory

"Network. Tesla has secured land in Shanghai for its first factory outside the US. The electric automaker. Says it signed a land transfer agreement and the two hundred ten acre site months after first announcing its plan for China factory after the Chinese government said it would end restrictions on full foreign ownership of electric vehicle manufacturers. In a statement. Tesla is vice president of worldwide sales calls it an important milestone for what will be our

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"ten acres" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

18:03 min | 2 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Richard gage with us. We'll get to your calls as well. Let's talk about the twin towers for moment. Richard before calls. So building seven is bizarre by itself, of course, without any plane hitting it or anything like that. Now with the twin towers though in terms of mathematical odds, what are the odds of two towers getting hit by two planes and both collapsing. The same way isn't that almost astronomical? Yeah. It sure is it's impossible which is why I ended up taking several years to produce the report and especially for buildings. Beyond astronomical. Of course, the odds for building seven collapse. It makes no sense. It makes no sense. Why we have a Princeton missing that floors pancakes. There's a hundred and ten acres of of concrete flooring four and eight inches fix flooring. And each of these towers there in acre in size, and yet we don't have a stack of a hundred ten or fifty even ten we don't have one floor at the bottom of this pancake collapse. Just a two story pile of twisted steel, where are the hundred eighty thousand tons of time creek. It's there it's missing. Well, you look at the videos, and you can see right away. They're being pulverized. Embiid air. Edible quantity. Adopt which is expanding ten times its volume, thirty seconds. I in cauliflower shape forums with incredible causing this expansion, which we talked about the source of the heat before. But the country doesn't break up on the ground after it develops its gravitational potential energy in the air. And by the way, it's being distributed outside the footprint of the building just like the steel. So if one hundred eighty thousand tons of time trade is outside the footprint and two hundred thousand tons of steel is outside the footprint. May I ask your listeners, George what is driving the building down to the ground? It's not available that drives the building down to the ground at any rate much much like near free fall acceleration. So those explosions are going up just. That fast. And that's what we see exactly explosions traveling symmetrically down the side of these buildings. Just like the firefighters reported more than a hundred of has anybody come forward, Richard. And said I put the explosives in the building anything like that. They might have. But the CNN is reporting information like we have much less an actual perpetrator. So we don't know what happens to people who do come forward certainly in operation this serious and massive and deceptive we're talking about compartmentalization of expertise. We're talking about threats that would be made the two people in their families to keep them from coming forward. What I found the be bizarre out of just about everything the pristine passport ab- one of the so-called hijackers. How can that be everything else was collapsed burned to a rumble fell apart all dust? And then there's a pristine passport of a hijacker down there on the ground. Well, there's all kinds of paper all over the ground. So I I mean, that's that's certainly we can debate about that. What we can't debate about is the fighting in all of this stuff. So that hit the ground from river to river, finding by the US Geological Survey of the most curious element. Particle of all these are previously molten iron Micra spears. They find that up to six percent of this stuff is composed of these previously molten iron microscopic as well. How did they get molten? There clearly therefore during the event RJ Lee says one of the environmental concerns doing toxicological study on the dust. There's up to ten tons of this material. Well, this is what third might does third might again an incendiary used by the military to cut through steel like a hot knife through butter issues. Molten iron in at four thousand degrees, and that's under explosive conditions. Molten iron would become aerosolize, it would become spiritual. And that's how they would find this stuff. And that's why it's higher. And that's why the extreme heat is. Is all for by the hypothesis of explosive demolition with incendiaries. And none of it is accounted for by destruction by fire. That's strange all by itself. Just what you said. Tell me about it because another team of scientists led by Neal's heritage, and and Steven Jones find and document in the peer reviewed paper twenty five pages, the finding of the residue of a nickname that stirred might that. The molten iron spears found by the US Geological Survey is is ignited residue. Well, I'm ignited residue. They thought they were paint chips because these dual layered red grey chips read on Monday, gray on the other. They they are real curious. They come up to a magnet. So they they do EDS electrodes electrons dispersive spectroscopy, and they find the ingredients of third night unaccounted form in the red layer. They get real curious with fifty thousand times nuclear microscope and find Boito shape crystalline particles of. Oxide and aluminum platelets that are a thousand times smaller than the diameter human hair. So this is Manno certainly a super third might they call it just it developed prior to two thousand and one this material should not be in all the World Trade Center does samples again, there's about ten tons by extrapolation of this amount of this material. It should not be there. And yet here it is documented by the team of scientists. It remains uncontested billions put their own cure reviewed paper together. In fact, when they ignite these red grey chips in a heater a differential scanning calorie meter, they ignite at about seven hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. Well, what happens when that happens? They produced extreme energetic properties and issue molten iron droplets. So you see we know where those molten iron droplets. That the US GS finds everywhere. But can't even speculate. What the source of them might be. It's not even though unless it has all these UN sourced, a previously molten, iron, microbes fears. We know where they came from. Because actually they're found attached to many of the partially ignited read. Great chips this materials, very sophisticated. It's not made in a cave in Afghanistan. All right to the phones we go now dawn in Kent Ohio to get started. Hi, don. Brother, George in Richard. You guys are doing a great job. You guys are patriots. This is really cutting edge. I can't find any aerial views of the towers on the fake news sites. When you go to the doctor Judy was you'll find them and you'll see a huge crater, and where did the towers go. Now, I wanna ask a question the clamps and building seventy the first aid foot of the corner. Clapped? That's a pre ignition demolition charged in six seconds later the building collapsed. But if you stop the footage about one floor before it hits the Brown put a straight edge from corner to corner, you'll notice that the center is about eight to ten foot difference. So in other words, they pulled the centers support columns out. Oh, yeah. They did it. It's very clear there's a kink in in in the roof, and even more importantly than that the main penthouse on screen wall building seven is the first to drop half a second prior to the overall collapsed to this building indicating that all twenty four columns around the elevators under this main penthouse in. Well, I have to have been removed at what otherwise that top piece that we see on top of building seven couldn't come down all at once a half second prior to the this is a classic controlled demolition where they removed the core of the building. I say mortar to pull in the sides of the building over the top. So collapses like house of cards, and that's exactly what we see in the in the aftermath. What would you say Richard of everything you've looked at would be the most damaging evidence to prove beyond the? Reasonable doubt your theory. Well, the the actual visual video testimony building seven is what I used to convince most architects, we go to conventions all around the world, we showed them building seven because it doesn't have the baggage. If you will the emotional baggage associated with the twin towers and the loss of life and the shock and awe in the psychological operation against the American people. So we showed them building seven. They don't even know most architecture juniors are completely unfamiliar with the third worst structural failure in modern history. I mean this building when you show it to they know it's a controlled demolitions. And that's why the the American Institute of architects has not even seen fit to send out as much as a letter about this which should be building collapsed, which should be the most studied collapsed in history. These look like Vegas buildings going down didn't they? Oh, yeah. In fact, I liked Vegas buildings going down. You have four. No, it's you know, they're gonna come down your plan. These you get permits and so forth. And in fact, there's mysterious construction workers walking away from building seven and in the afternoon and hearing an explosion over their shoulder looking back at the building and then looking straight into the CNN camera. And and saying that that's only coming down. It's going to blow up flaming debris coming down. We're moving moving it back. They're moving everybody back six blocks away from building seven. Well, this is four knowledge. You don't have four no collapse of building by fire. Fires never down skyscraper before nine eleven down. We also have the BBC announcing that collapse of this building twenty minutes before it happened. It's very clear and just just Google BBC building seven. Announcement. It's unbelievable. They actually say we apologize for this grievous error, they confusing events of the day. Wait a minute you announce the unprecedented collapse of paper by fire. How can you know that? Yeah. Do you have the script who who fed it to them? Yeah. Yeah. And it was Reuters, by the way, and they blame Reuters for that. But I mean, this this is another source of investigation, by the way. And that's the collapse of a fifty storey building at eleven o seven that it came down at ten forty five that morning. Well, there was no other fifty story building that went down. There was no other building that went down. That's completely collapsed. There was some damaged buildings building. Seven did come down at ten forty five that morning, guess what we wouldn't have any videos of it would have been completely obscured in the massive dust cloud released when the twin towers went down, you couldn't see maybe that was the point. Let's go to Cathy in Idaho. Welcome to the show. Hi, cathy. Go ahead. Hey, hi, thanks to the program. Yeah. I haven't called in a while. But this subject really get to my heart force as it does everybody else. I'm sure. But anyway, I would just encourage all the listeners kids get a copy of where did the terrorist? Go by doctor Judy would and take a look at her five hundred pages, which she had. She is an advanced she's up graduate teacher of structural engineering at Virginia Tech last I knew and her five hundred page book has been used as a textbook, and she's she's a structural engineer postgraduate, she's got all kinds of certificates, and she maintains that oh, and by the way, she sued. And one all the way up to the supreme court. So this is a woman very awesome person with awesome abilities. And she wrote a great book, and I'm not a scientist. But I looked through her book. And I read it, and I understood it she made it understandable, lots of pictures fantastic. Anyway, the main thing with all due respect to your guest. I agree that it's a conspiracy of Maggie. Horrible magnitude plan, you know, like international probably, but the main thing that I disagree with is how it happened. And as Dr Judy would treats of what happened and how did it happen? She doesn't go into the other questions of who did it. And why let's get Richards take on that. What do you think Dr woods work, Richard? Yes. So the the speculation here is that the directed energy weapons. Brought the towers doubt the evidence that we have irrefutable scientific forensic evidence shows that we have explosion which duty would devise it shows that we have the evidence of third by an incendiary used by the military. It's very clear. There's more mired pouring out of south tower minutes prior to its collapse. This is a very hot event. Judy would claims that it's a cold either. And she denies the evidence of termite data. Third by the extreme heat temperatures, twenty eight hundred degrees documented by many agencies, including companies like Bechtel at the NASA overflights documenting extremely hot temperatures again. And again, dozens of evidence of extreme temperatures. So we have a theory, but force by Judy would that suggest that this was directed energy weapons, but there's actually no evidence to support that theory whatsoever. There's a lot of unusual phenomena that can be difficult to explain. But there's no evidence to support that the directed energy weapons might have brought the building down. She claims for instance, that the steel was dust defied. Well, this deal is missing at the bottom of each of the towers. Yes. But it is distributed as we. Discussed laterally in a fourteen hundred foot diameter around each tower well outside the boundary in many cases of the twin towers the World Trade Center itself. So the steel is all there. And if there were steel dust defied we'd find dust defied steel in the dust. None of the reports produced by the US Geological Survey, RJ Lee or others find any deal done. Yes. They do. Find a previously molten iron micro spears. These are not steal their iron. What's important to though about her work? Whether one agrees with it or not is the fact that it doesn't agree with the official version. Sure. Mark is truck driving in New York, Mark go ahead. We've got a minute for you want me to keep you on hold. Or can we get your question? Are you there? Yeah. Okay. You know, I listen all the time. And I leave all all the things you have on the air. But this one here, I don't leave, and I'm gonna tell you why I used to own an office building. And I had a luncheon that in there and across the street from there was an engineering and architectural firm, okay? And they would come in every day and get coffee, and they came in at nine o'clock right after the tappan and watching the TV and while the guys one of the engineers building fall. And I said, how do you mean? And he said, well, a building is engineered with four corners and the four corners or engineered to have way to the building on them when they flew that plane, and there they took out one corner. And now you have be eating up rivet, and what's going to happen. Here is the three corners are taking on that they weren't designed to take. So few the floors are gonna fall, and then they're gonna fall one on the other. The other theft goes breakdown. Because that's just how it happened. Let's get your take on that, Richard. When we come right back. Coast insiders,.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

17:36 min | 2 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KTOK

"Starts here. Newsradio one thousand K T. Okay. And welcome back, Richard. Gauge, what fuss will get to your calls as well. Let's talk about the twin towers for a moment. Richard before calls. So building seven is bizarre by itself, of course, without any plane hitting it or anything like that. Now with the twin towers though in terms of mathematical odds, what are the odds of two towers getting hit by two planes and both collapsing. The same way isn't that almost astronomical? Yeah. It sure is it's impossible. Which is why I think Mr. ended up taking several years to produce the report and especially for building seven. Beyond astronomically. Of course, the odds for building seven collapse. It makes no sense. It makes no sense. Why we have a Princeton missing floors pancakes. There's one hundred and ten acres of of concrete flooring four and eight inches thick flooring in each of these towers there an acre in size, and yet we don't have a stack of hundred ten or fifty even we don't have one floor at the bottom of this pancake collapse. Just a two story. Pile of twisted steel, where are the hundred eighty thousand tons of concrete it there. It's missing. Well, you look at the videos, and you can see right away. They're being pulverized mid air. Right about quantity. Adopt which is expanding ten times its volume in their thirty seconds. I in cauliflower shape forums with incredible causing this expansion, which we talked about the source of the heat before. But the country doesn't break up on the ground after it develops its gravitational potential energy in the air. And by the way, it's being distributed outside the footprint of the building just like the steel. So if one hundred eighty thousand tons of concrete is outside the footprint and two hundred thousand tons of steel is outside the footprint may I ask your listeners, George what is driving the building down to the ground. It's not available that drive the building down to the ground at any rate much much less near free fall acceleration. So those explosions are going up just. That fast. And that's what we see exactly explosions traveling symmetrically down the side of these buildings. Just like the firefighters reported more than a hundred has anybody come forward, Richard. And said I put the explosives in the building anything like that they might have. But the the CNN is reporting information like we have much less an actual perpetrator. So we don't know what happens to people who do come forward certainly in operation this serious and massive in deceptive. We're talking about compartmentalization of expertise. We're talking about threats that would be made the two people in their families to kick them from coming forward. What I found the be bizarre out of just about everything the pristine passport of one of the so-called hijackers. How can that be everything else was? Collapsed burned to a rubble fell apart all dust. And then there's a pristine passport of a hijacker down there on the ground. Well, there's all kinds of paper all over the ground. So I I mean, that's that's certainly we can debate about that. What we can't debate about is the fighting in all of this stuff. So that hit the ground from river to river fighting by the US Geological Survey of the most curious element particle of all these are previously molten iron Micra spears. They find that up to six percent of this stuff is composed of these previously molten iron microscopic as well. How did they get Malta? There. Clearly therefore during the event RJ Lee says what are the environmental concerns doing toxicological study on the dust. There's up to ten tons of this material. Well, this is what third might does third might again an incendiary used by the military to cut through steel like. Hot knife through butter issues. Molten iron in at four thousand degrees, m under explosive conditions. Molten iron would become aerosolize it would become spherical. And that's how they would find this stuff. And that's why it's higher. And that's why the extreme heat is is all accounted for by the hypothesis of explosive demolition with incendiaries. And none of it is accounted for by destruction by fire. That's strange all by itself. Just what you said. Tell me about it because another team of scientists led by Neal's Herod, and and Steven Jones find and document in a peer reviewed paper twenty five pages the finding of the residue of. I'm nicknamed that serve my that the molten iron spears found by the US Geological Survey is is ignited residue. Well, I'm ignited residue. They thought they were paid chips because these dual layered red grey chips read on Monday, gray on the other. They they are real curious. They come up to a magnet. So they they do a EDS electrodes electrons dispersive spectroscopy, and they find the ingredients of third light. And it's night for in the red layer, they get real curious with the fifty thousand times nuclear microscope and find run Boito shape. Crystalline particles of. Hired oxide and aluminum platelets that are a thousand times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. So this is Nanno certainly a super third might they call it just developed prior to two thousand and one I this material should not be in all the World Trade Center does samples again, there's about ten tons by extrapolation of this amount of this material. It should not be there. And yet here it is documented by the team of scientists. It remains uncontested put their own cure of you paper together. In fact, when they ignite these red great chips in a heater a differential scanning calorie meter, they ignite at about seven hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. Well, what happens when that happens, they produce extreme energetic? Properties and issue molten iron droplets. So you see we know where those molten iron droplets USGS finds everywhere. But can't even speculate. What the source of them might be. It's not even World Trade Center, though, unless it has all these UN sourced, previously molten iron Microsoft. Here's we know where they came from because actually found attached to many of the partially ignited read great ships this materials, very sophisticated. It's not made in a cave in Afghanistan. All right to the phones we go now dawn and Kent Ohio to get started. Hi, don. Brother, George in Richard. You guys are doing a great job. You guys are patriots. This is really cutting edge. I can't find any aerial views the towers on the fake news sites. When you go to Dr Judy was you'll find them and you'll see a huge crater in our book where did the towers go? Now, I want to ask a question to collapse and building seventy the first eight foot of the corner. Clapped that's a pre ignition demolition charged in six seconds later, the building collapsed if you stop the footage about one four before it hits the Brown. Put a straight edge from corner to corner, you'll notice that the center is about eight to ten foot difference. So in other words, they pulled the center support columns out. Oh, yeah. They did it. It's very clear there's a kink in in in the roof, and even more importantly than that, the main penthouse in screen dwell building seven is the first to drop half a second prior to the overall collapsed to this building indicating that all twenty four columns around the elevators under this main penthouse in screen while I have to have been removed at what? Otherwise, the top piece that we see on top of building seven couldn't come down all at once a half second prior to the this is a classic controlled demolition where they removed the core of the building I say order to pull in the size of the building over the top. So collapses like house of cards, and that's exactly what we see in the in the aftermath. What would you say Richard of everything you've looked at would be the most damaging evidence to prove beyond? Reasonable doubt your theory. Well, the the actual visual video testimony building seven is what I used to convince most architecturally go to conventions all around the world. We showed them building seven because it doesn't have the baggage. If you will the emotional baggage associated with the twin towers and the loss of life and the shock and awe in the psychological operation against the American people. So we showed them building seven. They don't even know most architecture engineers are completely unfamiliar with the third worst structural failure in modern history. I mean this building when you show it to they know what to control demolitions. And that's why the a the American Institute of architects has not even seen fit to send out as much as a letter about this which should be building collapsed, which should be the most study collapse in history. These look like Vegas buildings going down. Didn't they? Oh, yeah. In fact, I like Vegas buildings going down you have four. Now, you know, they're gonna come down you plan. These you get permits and so forth. And in fact, there's mysterious construction workers walking away from building seven and in the afternoon and and hearing an explosion over their shoulder looking back at the building and then looking straight into the CNN camera. And and saying that that building's coming down. It's going to blow up flaming debris coming down movement moving back, and they're moving everybody back six blocks away from building seven. Well, this is four knowledge. You don't have four. Now. Would you have a collapse of the building by fire? Fires never brought down a skyscraper before nine eleven down. We also have the BBC announcing the collapse of this building twenty minutes before it happened. It's very clear and just just Google BBC building seven. Announcement. It's unbelievable. They actually say we apologize for this grievous error, Saturday confusing events of the day. Wait a minute you announce the unprecedented collapse of vapor by fire? How can you know that? Do you have the script who fed it to them? Yeah. Yeah. And it was Reuters, by the way, and they blame Reuters for that. But I mean, this is this is another source of investigation, by the way and ask the collapse of a fifty storey building at eleven o seven that came down at ten forty five that morning. Well, there was no other fifty story building that went down. There was no other building that went down. That's completely collapsed Everson damaged buildings if it's still be seven did come down at ten forty five that morning, guess what? We wouldn't have any videos of it would have been completely obscured in the massive dust cloud released when the twin towers went down you couldn't see him. Maybe that was the plan. Let's go to Cathy in Idaho. Welcome to the show. Hi, cathy. Go ahead. Hi. Hi. Thanks to the program. Yeah. I haven't called in a while. But this subject really gets to my heart. As it does everybody. L friendship. But anyway, I would just encourage all the listeners get a copy of where did the terrorist? Go by Dr Judy would and take a look at her five hundred pages, which she she is an advanced he's up graduate teacher of structural engineering, averaging attack last I knew and her five hundred page book has been used as a textbook, and she's she's a structural engineer postgraduate, she's got all kinds of certificates, and he maintains that oh, and by the way, she sued and won all the way up to the supreme court. This is a woman very awesome person with awesome abilities. And she wrote a great book, and I'm not a scientist. But I look through her book, and I read it, and I understood it she made it understandable, lots of pictures fantastic. Anyway, the main thing with all due respect to your guest. I agree that it's a conspiracy of Maggie. Horrible magnitude plan, you know, like international probably, but the main thing that I disagree with is how it happened. And as Dr Judy would treats of what happened and how did it happen? She doesn't go into the other questions of who did it. And why let's get Richards take on there. What do you think Dr woods work, Richard? Yes. So the the speculation here is that directed energy weapons. Brought the towers doubt the evidence that we have irreputable scientific forensic evidence shows that we have explosion, which Judy would be nice. It shows that we have the evidence of Thurbers in incendiary used by the military. It's very clear. There's more mired pouring out of south Howard minutes prior to its collapse. This is a very hot event. Judy would claims that it's a cold either. And she denies the evidence up there. My Nadal third. My end extreme heat temperatures twenty eight hundred degrees documented by many agencies, including companies like Bechtel at the NASA overflights documenting extremely hot temperatures again. And again, dozens of evidence of extreme temperatures. So we have a theory. But for us by Judy would that suggest that this was directed energy weapons, but there's actually no evidence to support that theory whatsoever. There's a lot of unusual phenomena that can be difficult to explain. But there's no evidence to support that the directed energy weapons might have brought the building down. She claims for instance, that the steel was justified. Well, this deal is missing at the bottom of each of the towers. Yes. But it is distributed as we. We discussed the laterally in a fourteen hundred foot diameter around each tower well outside the boundary in many cases of the twin towers. The World Trade Center itself. So the Steele is all there it and if they're worse steel dust defied we'd find dust if steal in the dust. None of the reports produced by the US Geological Survey RJ Lee or others find any field up. Yes. They do. Find a previously molten iron microstart. These are not steal their iron. What's important to though about her work, whether one agrees with it or not is the fact that it doesn't agree with the official version. Sure. Mark is truck driving in New York, Mark go ahead. We've got a minute for you want me to keep you on hold. Or can we get your question? Are you there? Yeah. Okay. You know, I listen to all the time. And I believe all the things that you have on the air, but this one here, I don't leave tell you. I I used to own an office building. And I had a lunch in there and across the street from there was an engineering and architectural firm, and they would come in every day and get coffee, and they came in at nine o'clock right after the tappan and watching the TV and why the guys one of the engineers that building fall..

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"ten acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

18:01 min | 2 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back. Richard gage worth us. We'll get to your calls as well. Let's talk about the twin towers for a moment. Richard before calls to building seven is bizarre, by itself, of course, without any plane hitting it or anything like that. Now with the twin towers though in terms of mathematical odds, what are the odds of two towers getting hit by two planes and both collapsing. The same way isn't that almost astronomical? Yes, it sure is it's impossible. Which is why I think this ended up taking several years to produce the report especially for buildings. Beyond astronomical. Of course, the odds for building seven collapse. It makes no sense. It makes no sense. Why we have a French since missing floors pancakes. There's a hundred and ten acres of of concrete flory four and eight inches six flooring each of these towers there in acre in size, and yet we don't have a stack of hundred ten or fifty even we don't have one floor at the bottom of this collapse. Just a two story pile of twisted steel, where are the hundred eighty thousand tons of concrete. It's there it's missile. Well, you look at the videos, and you can see right away. They're being pulverized air. Quantity adults which is expanding ten times its volume in thirty seconds cauliflower shape. Forums with incredible causing this expansion, which we talked about the source of the heat before the doesn't break up on the ground after it develops its gravitational potential energy in the air. And by the way, it's being distributed outside the footprint of the building just like the steel. So if one hundred eighty thousand tons of concrete is outside the footprint and two hundred thousand tons of steel is outside the footprint may I ask your listeners, George what is driving the building down to the ground. It's not available to drive the building down to the ground at any rate. Much much less near free fall acceleration. I saw those explosions are going up just that fast. And that's what we see exactly explosions traveling symmetrically down the side of these buildings. Just like the firefighters reported more than one hundred has anybody come forward, Richard. And said I put the explosives in the building anything like that. They might have. But the the CNN is reporting information like we have much less an actual perpetrator. So we don't know what happens to people who do come forward certainly in operation this serious and massive in deceptive. Are we're talking about that compartmentalization of expertise. We're talking about threats would be made the people in their families to keep them from coming forward. When I found the be bizarre out of just about everything the pristine passport of one of the so-called hijackers. How can that be everything else was collapsed Burundu rubble fell apart all dust? And then there's a pristine passport of a hijacker down there on the ground. Well, there's all kinds of paper all over the ground. So I I mean, that's that's certainly we can debate about that. What we can't debate about is the fighting in all of this stuff. So that hit the ground from river to river fighting the US Geological Survey of the most curious element. Particle of all these are previously molten iron Micra spears. They find that up to six percent of this stuff is composed of these previously molten iron microscopy as well. How did they get molten? There clearly bolt. Therefore during the event RJ Lee says what are the environmental concerns doing toxicological study on the dust this up to ten tons of this material. Well, this is what third might does third by again, an incendiary used by the military to cut through steel like a hot knife through butter issues. Molten iron in out four thousand degrees and. Under explosive conditions. Molten iron would become aerosolize it would become spherical. And that's how they would find this stuff. And that's why it's higher. And that's why the extreme heat is is all accounted for by the hypothesis of explosive demolition with incendiaries. And none of it is accounted for by destruction by fire. That's strange all by itself. Just what you said. Me about it. Because another team of scientists led by Neil Tareyton, and and Steven Jones find and document in a pure reviewed paper twenty five pages, the finding of the residue of a nickname that might that the molten iron spears down by the US Geological Survey is is ignited residue. Well, I think ninety residue they thought they were paint chips because these dual layered red great chips red gray on the other day. I think they're real curious. They come up to a magnet. So they they do a EDS electrodes electrons dispersive spectroscopy, and they find the ingredients of third night. And it's unaccounted for in the red layer, they get real curious fifty thousand times nuclear microscope and find Royal shaped crystalline particles of iron oxide and aluminum platelets that are a thousand times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. So this is certainly a super might they call it. This was developed prior to two thousand and one this material should not be in all the World Trade Center does samples again, there's about ten tons by extrapolation of this amount of this material. It should not be there. And yet here it is documented by this team of scientists. It remains uncontested Bill put their own cure. If you paper together, in fact. Well, they ignite these red great chips in a heater a differential scanning calorie meter, they ignite at about seven hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. Well, what happens when that happens? They produce extreme energetic properties and issue molten iron droplets. So you see we know where those molten iron droplets. The US GS finds everywhere. But can't even speculate. What the source of them might be. It's not even World Trade Center. That's though, unless it has all these UN sourced, previously molten, iron, microbes fears. We know where they came from. Because actually they're found attached to many of the partially ignited read. Great ships this materials, very sophisticated. It's not made in a cave in Afghanistan. All right to the phones we go now, Don in Kent, Ohio to get started. Hi, Don, brother, George in Richard. You guys are doing a great job. You guys are patriots is really cutting edge. You know, I I can't find any aerial views of the towers on the fake news sites. When you go to Dr Judy woods, you'll find them and you'll see a huge crater, and where did the towers go. Now, I wanna ask a question. The clamps building seventy the first eight foot of the corner clapped that's a pre ignition demolition Charleston. Later, the building collapsed if you stop the footage about one floor before it hits the ground. Straight edge from corner to corner, you'll notice that the center is about eight to ten foot difference. So they pulled the centers support columns out. Oh, yeah. They did it. It's very clear there's a kink in in in the roofs, and even more importantly than that, the main fan housing screen wall building seven is the first to drops out the second prior to the overall collapse of this building indicating that all twenty four Harlem's around the elevators under this main penthouse in screen. Well, I have to have been removed at what? Otherwise, the top two that we see on top of building seven couldn't come down all at once a half second prior to the to the this is a classic controlled demolition where they remove the core of the building. I say mortar to pull in the size of the building over the top. So as collapses like a house of cards, and that's exactly what we see in the in the aftermath. What would you say Richard of everything you've looked at would be the most damaging evidence to prove beyond the? Reasonable doubt your theory. Well, the the actual visual video testimony of building seven as I used to convince most architecturally go to conventions all around the world league show them building seven because it doesn't have the baggage. If you will the emotional baggage associated with the twin towers and the loss of life and the shock and awe in the psychological operation against the American people. So we show them building seven. They don't even know most architecture engineers are completely unfamiliar with the third worst structural failure in modern history. I mean this building when you're short to they know what a controlled demolitions. And that's why the a the American Institute of architects, not even seen fit to send out as much as a letter about this, which should be building collapsed, which should be the most studied collapse in history. These look like Vegas buildings going down. Didn't they? Oh, yeah. In fact, I liked Vegas buildings going down. You have four. No, it's you know, they're gonna come down on these you get permits and so forth. And in fact, there's mysterious construction workers walking away from building seven and in the afternoon and hearing an explosion over their shoulder looking back at the building and then looking straight into the CNN camera. And and saying that that's coming down. It's gonna blow up flaming debris coming down. We're moving moving it back and they're moving everybody back six blocks away from building seven. Well, this is four knowledge, you don't know four. No collapse of a building by fire. Fires never brought down a skyscraper before nine eleven down. We also have the BBC announces that collapse of this building twenty minutes before it happened. It's very clear and just just Google BBC building seven. Announcement. It's unbelievable. They actually say we apologize for this grievous error, saving the confusing events of the day you announce the unprecedented. Elapsed. Vapor by fire. How can you go? Do you have the script who fed it to them? Yeah. Yeah. And it was Reuters, by the way, and they blame Reuters for that. But I mean, this is another source of investigation CNN, by the way. And that's the collapse of a fifty storey building at eleven o seven that it came down at ten forty five that morning. Well, there was no other fifty story building that went down. There was no other building that went down. That's completely collapsed. Davison damaged buildings. It's it's only seven did come down at ten forty five that morning, guess what? We wouldn't have any videos of it would have been completely obscured in the massive dust cloud released when the twin towers where down you couldn't see maybe that was the plan. Let's go to Cathy in Idaho. Welcome to the show. Hi, cathy. Go ahead. Hi, thanks for the program. Yeah. I haven't called in a while. But this subject really gets to my heart horse as it does everybody else. I'm sure. But anyway, I would just encourage all the listeners get a copy of the towers go by Dr JD would and take a look at her five hundred pages, which she she is an advantage graduate teacher of structural engineering at Virginia Tech last I knew and her five hundred page book has been used as a textbook and. Engineer postgraduate, she's got all kinds of certificates. And he maintains that oh, by the way, she sued. And one all the way up to the supreme court. This is a very awesome person. Awesome abilities. And she wrote a great book, and I'm not a scientist. But I will sue her beca. I read it, and I understood it understandable. Well, that's the pictures fantastic. Anyway, the main thing with all due respect to your guest. I that it's a conspiracy lag. Horrible magnitude, you know, like international probably, but the main thing that I disagree with is how it happened. And as Dr Judy would treats of what happened and how did it happen? She doesn't go into the other questions of who did it. And why let's get Richards take on that. What do you think Dr woods work, Richard? Yes. So the the speculation here is that directed energy weapons. The towers doubt the evidence that we have irrefutable scientific forensic evidence shows that we have explosions which Judy would deny it shows that we have the evidence of Serb is an incendiary used by the military. It's very clear. There's more mired pouring out of the south tower minutes prior to its collapse. This is a very hot event. Judy would claims that its cold event. And she denies the evidence stuff thereby data third by the extreme heat temperatures twenty eight hundred degrees documented by many agencies, including companies like Bechtel at the that's overflights documenting extremely hot temperatures again. And again, dozens of evidence of extreme temperatures. So we have a theory. But course, by Judy would that suggest that this was directed energy weapons, but there's actually no evidence to support that theory whatsoever. There's a lot of unusual phenomena that can be difficult to explain. But there's no evidence to support that the directed energy weapons might have brought the building down. She claims for instance, that the steel was dust defied. Well, this deal is missing at the bottom of each of the towers. Yes. But it is distributed as we. Discussed laterally in a fourteen hundred foot diameter around each tower well outside the boundary in many cases of the twin towers the World Trade Center itself. So the steel is all there. And if they're worse steal justified. We. Justified steel in the dust. None of the reports produced by the US Geological Survey RJ Lee or others find any field. Yes. They do. Find previously molten iron micro spears. These are not steal their iron. What's important to though about her work? Whether one agrees with it or not is the fact that it doesn't agree with the official version. Sure. Mark is truck driving in New York, Mark go ahead. We've got a minute for you want me to keep you on hold. Or can we get your question? Are you there? Yeah. Okay. Listen all the time. And I believe all all the things that you have on the air. But this one here, I don't leave tell you. Why are you stone office building? And I had a luncheon that in there and across the street from us there was engineering and architectural okay, and they would come in every day and get coffee, and they came in at nine o'clock right after the tappan and watching the TV one why the guys one of the engineers building gonna fall, and how do you mean? And he said, well, a building is engineer before corners and or corners are engineered to have the weight of the building on them when they flew that plane, and there they took out one Warner. And now you have meant he eating a rivet, and what's going to happen. Here is the three corners are taking on weight that they weren't designed to take a few the floors are gonna fall. And then they're gonna fall one on top the other half the other. Breakdown because that's just how it happened. Let's get your take on that, Richard. When we come.

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"ten acres" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:40 min | 2 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back. Richard gage with us. We'll get to your calls as well. Let's talk about the twin towers for a moment. Richard before calls. So building seven is bizarre by itself, of course, without any plane hitting it or anything like that. Now with the twin towers though in terms of mathematical odds, what are the odds of two towers getting hit by two planes and both collapsing. The same way isn't that almost astronomical? Yeah. It sure is it's impossible, which is why I think Mr. ended up taking several years to produce the report, and especially for buildings beyond astronomically. Of course, the odds for building seven collapse. It makes no sense. It makes no sense. Why we have a missing floors pancakes. There's a hundred and ten acres of of. Concrete flooring four and eight inches fix flooring in each of these towers there an acre in size, and yet we don't have a stack of hundred ten or fifty even we don't have one floor at the bottom of this painstaking collapse. Just a two story. Pile of twisted steel, where are the hundred eighty thousand tons of concrete. It's there it's missing. Well, you look at the videos, and you can see why the way they're being pulverized. Embiid air edible quantity of dust, which is expanding ten times its volume thirty seconds. I in college lower shape forums with incredible causing this expansion, which we talked about the source of the heat before. But the concrete doesn't break up on the ground after it develops its gravitational potential energy in the air. And by the way. It's being distributed outside the footprint of the building. Just like the steel. So if one hundred eighty thousand tons of concrete is outside the footprint and two hundred thousand tons of steel is outside the footprint may I ask your listeners, George what is driving the building down to the ground. It's not available that drives the building down to the ground at any rate much much less near free fall acceleration. So those explosions are going up just that fast. And that's what we see exactly explosions traveling symmetrically down the side of these buildings. Just like the firefighters reported more than one hundred has anybody come forward, Richard. And said I put the explosives in the building anything like that. They might have. But the CNN is reporting information like we have much less an actual perpetrator. So we don't know what happens to people who do come forward certainly in operation this serious and massive and deceptive. We're talking about a compartmentalization of expertise. We're talking about threats that would be made the two people in their families to keep them from coming forward. What I found the be bizarre out of just about everything. The pristine passport of one of the so-called hijackers. How can that be everything else was collapsed burned to a rubble fell apart all dust? And then there's a pristine passport of a hijacker down there on the ground. Well, there's all kinds of paper all over the ground. So I I mean, that's that's certainly we can debate about that. What we can't debate about is the fighting in all of this stuff. So that hit the ground from river to river fighting by the US Geological Survey of the most curious element particle of all these are previously molten iron Micra spears. They find that up to six percent of this stuff is composed of these previously molten iron microscopic as well. How did they get multi? There clearly therefore during the event RJ Lee says one of the environmental concerns doing toxicological study on the dust is up to ten times of this material. Well, this is what third might does third might again an incendiary used by the military to cut through steel like a. Hot knife through butter issues. Molten iron in at four thousand degrees. Under explosive conditions. Molten iron would become aerosolize, it would become spiritual. And that's how they would find this stuff. And that's why it's and that's why the extreme heat is is all accounted for by the hypothesis of explosive demolition with incendiaries. And none of it is accounted for by destruction by fire. That's strange all by itself. Just what you said. Tell me about it because another team of scientists led by Neal's Herod, and and Steven Jones find and document in a peer reviewed paper twenty five pages. The finding of the residue of nicknamed that serve my that. The molten iron spears found by the US Geological Survey is is ignited residue. Well, I make nine residue. They thought they were paint chips because these dual layered red grade chips read on months, I gray on the other. They they they're real curious. They come up to a magnet. So they do a EDS electrodes electrons dispersive spectroscopy, and they find the ingredients of third light. And it's unaccounted for in the red layer, they get real curious with fifty thousand times nuclear microscope and find Boito shape crystalline particles of. Hiring oxide and aluminum platelets that are thousand times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. So this is Manno certainly a super third Mike, they call it just developed prior to two thousand and one I this materials should not be in all the World Trade Center does samples again, there's about ten tons by extrapolation of this amount of this material. It should not be there. And yet here it is documented by the team of scientists. It remains uncontested villains. Put their own cure review paper together in fast when they ignite these red grey chips in a heater a differential scanning calorie meter, they ignite at about seven hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. Well, what happens when that happens, they produce extreme energetic properties? And and issue molten iron droplets. So you see we know where those molten iron droplets. USGS finds everywhere. But can't even speculate. What the source of that might be? It's not even World Trade Center stuff. So unless it has all these UN sourced, a previously molten, iron, microbes fears. We know where they came from. Because actually they're found attached to many of the partially ignited read. Great chips this materials, very sophisticated. It's not made in a cave in Afghanistan. All right to the phones we go now, Don in Kent, Ohio to get us started. Hi, don. Brother, George in Richard. You guys are doing a great job. You guys are patriots. This is really cutting edge. You know, I I can't find any aerial views of the towers on the fake news sites. When you go to Dr Judy was you'll find them and you'll see a huge crater in our book where did the towers go? Now, I wanna ask a question the clamps and building seventy the first eight foot of the corner claps that's a pre ignition demolition Charleston. Six seconds later. The building collapsed. If you stop the footage about one of four before it hits the Brown. Put a straight edge from corner to corner, you'll notice that the center is about eight to ten foot difference. So in other words, they pulled the centers support columns out. Oh, yeah. They did it. It's very clear there's a kink in in in the roof, and even more importantly than that the main fan housing screen wall building seven is the first to drop how the second prior to the overall collapse you this building indicating that all twenty four columns around the elevators under this name penthouse in screen while I have to have been removed out. What's otherwise that top piece that hat? We see on top building seven cousins come down all at once a half second prior to the this is a classic controlled demolition where they removed the core of the building I say motor to pull in the size of the building over the top. So. Collapses like a house of cards, and that's exactly what we see in the in the aftermath. What would you say Richard of everything you've looked at would be the most damaging evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt. Your theory. Well, the the actual visual video testimony building seven is what I used to convince most architects, we go to conventions all around the world, we showed him building seven because it doesn't have the baggage. If you will the emotional baggage associated with the twin towers and the loss of life on the shock and awe in the psychological operation against the American people. So we showed them building seven. They don't even know most architecture figures are completely unfamiliar with the third worst structural failure in modern history. I mean this building when you show it to they know it's controlled demolitions. And that's why the a the American Institute of architects has not even seen fit to send out as much as a letter about this which should be building collapsed, which should be the most study collapsed in history. These look like Vegas buildings going down. Didn't they? Oh, yeah. In fact, I in Vegas buildings going down you have four it's you know, they're gonna come down your plan. These you get permits and so forth. And in fact, there's mysterious construction workers walking away from building seven and in the afternoon and hearing an explosion over their shoulder looking back at the building and then looking straight into the CNN camera. And and saying that that he's coming down. It's going to blow up flaming debris coming down. We're moving moving back. They're moving everybody back six blocks away from building seven. Well, this is four knowledge. You don't have four. Now. Would you have a collapsed building by fire? Fires never brought down a skyscraper before nine eleven down. We also have the BBC announcing the collapse of this building twenty minutes before it happened. It's very clear and just just Google BBC building seven. Announcement. It's unbelievable. They actually say we apologize for this grievous error confusing events of the day. Wait a minute you announce the unprecedented collapse. Paper by fire. How can you know that do you have the script who fed it to them? Yeah. Yeah. And it was Reuters, by the way, and they blame Reuters for that. But I mean, this is another source of investigation CNN, by the way. And that's the collapse of a fifty storey building at eleven o seven that came down at ten forty five that morning. Well, there was no mother fifty story building that went down. There was no other building that went down. That's completely collapsed some damaged buildings if it's still be seven did come down at ten forty five that morning, guess what we wouldn't have any videos of it would have been completely obscured in the massive dust cloud released when the twin towers went down, you couldn't see maybe that was the plan. Let's go to Cathy in Idaho. Welcome to the show. Hi, cathy. Go ahead. Hey, hi, thanks for the program. Yeah. I haven't called in a while. But this subject really get to my heart horse as it does everybody else. I'm sure. But anyway, I would just encourage all the listeners kids get a copy of where did the terrorist? Go by doctor Judy would and take a look at her five hundred pages, which she she is an advanced she's up graduate teacher of structural engineering at Virginia Tech last I knew and her five hundred page book has been used as a textbook, and she's she's a structural engineer postgraduate, she's got all kinds of certificates, and she maintains that oh, and by the way, she sued and won all the way up to the supreme court. So this is a woman very awesome person with awesome abilities..

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"ten acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Tibo SUV, causing it to flip and land on, some brush nearby three people on the SUV were killed troopers say a power pole then fell and landed on some power lines on the other side of the road. Those lines sparked a brushfire that grew to ten, acres before firefighters got it out a, crash, near daring took the lives of two Teenagers yesterday the Snohomish, county sheriff's office says this happened when their pickup truck slammed into a piece of construction equipment parked on the side of the mountain loop highway the driver a nineteen year. Old from. Aberdeen, at his passenger a seventeen year old boy from daring in both died at the scene investigators believe they were going to fast, a barrage of gunfire by two Seattle police officers ended with both of them losing their jobs so we. Have some new information from komo's Joel Moreno officers arrived for nine. One one call of people acting suspiciously, in a car possibly Orem Officer Kenneth Martin rushed up. With his rifle and stepped in front of the suspect vehicle Then Martin and officer taverns Sexton opened fire Let's not. Forget that they gave them a lawful order they failed to do the lawful order. Drivers into a wall. Rolled back shots fired then interim chief Carmen best ruled both officers had violated policy because the. Driver had not shown, any signs a. Threat there were. Reasonable alternatives fusing deadly force the fleeing. Car prosecutors decided not to charge the officers they feel like they were doing their job to the best, ability slows officers are now appealing their termination and they hope to have their case, heard before a civilian arbitrator KOMO news time. Six ten time for, the KOMO sports update now with Tom hutler the Mariners began the road trip last night in Arlington on a promising, note, scoreless tie top of the. Fourth catcher Mike sue Dino at the plate Breaking.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Are you hi how are you better than i deserve much better how can i help i guess i was just wondering on the right track if there's anything that we can improve i guess and then my second full person is marie youngest child well in a couple of years in cadence to work sure it's okay the the question is just you know are you meeting your family's goals and what are the trade offs and my wife is a fulltime mom in tarp tom our kids were growing up by the time they were born till today and did not work outside the home during that time and it's not because we're holier or not because we're something else but we just decided that the trade off was not there with what she would have been making versus what i was making versus the impact on the family wasn't big enough to offset the negative impact on the family and so you know that's what you look at now you know i don't know if you're a neonatal surgeon and you can make eight hundred thousand a year i think about it so you just think about what it is that you want to do you want wanna work and then the second thing you think about is what negative effects on the family are they're going to be some families more than others right depends on the situation you're facing versus the you know the benefit of the family of you working and you wanting to work and so forth but are you lazy if you don't work outside the home or your kids are in elementary school no oh absolutely not i mean you work hard doing that stuff it's real so but i i think he just way out what it is you know that you can make and contribute and is it worth the string number one and number two is it something you want to do i mean i've got a lot of high performance ladies on our team and they actually want to be here and it's not like they have to be here and they're just working in their lips stuck out and i don't wanna work but i'd rather be home fulltime no encouraging bill fulltime if that's what they wanna do but i got a lot of ladies that you know if they were at home fulltime you know wouldn't be good they need to be at work there performers and that's what they get something out of it you know not to mention getting paid so it just depends on what you want to go what's your goals are and the income that's created versus the offset of the pain in the household that being away creates stevens with us in richmond virginia hi steven how are you good dave how are you better than i deserve what's up i'm trying to make this brief but i wanted to give you a quick background my parents they've never had problems giving like no one else but i think that they've had problems living like no one else so that they could be in a spot where they should be people kind of taking advantage of it i remember when i was a kid my uncles would come over and they would give him money and i remember when i was about thirteen they fought bankruptcy and and i think a lot of things were consolidated into the home mortgage and everything but i've been telling him about you and what would that we're working the baby steps my wife and i and i found out that they are actually may be upside down or close to upside down on their house that they built years ago and they bought ten acres back then with the goal to let me or my siblings build a house on there well i didn't take advantage of that but my sister is looking to take advantage of that now but the mortgage company doesn't want them to give of their ten because it would definitely put them upside down even worse on the house so my dad had even tried to refinance to a higher interest rate just to go to a different lender i don't know he's really pushing hard to try to get this done but what i was wondering is if you thought that i should try to talk to.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KSRO

"Are you hi how are you better than i deserve much better how can i help i guess i was just wondering on the right track if there's anything that we can improve i guess and then my second question is marie in a couple of years and you get to work you know about it sure okay the question is just you know are you meeting your family's goals and what are the trade offs and my wife is a fulltime mom in tom our kids were growing up by the time they were born till today and did not work outside the home during that time and it's not because we're holier or not because we're something else but we just decided that the trade off was not there with what she would have been making versus what i was making versus the impact on the family wasn't big enough to offset the negative impact on the family and so you know that's what you look at now you know i don't know if you're a neonatal surgeon and you can make eight hundred thousand a year are you know i think about it so you just think about what it is that you want to do a do you wanna work and then the second thing you think about is what negative effects on the family are they're going to be some families more than others right depends on the situation you're facing versus the you know the benefit of the family of you working and you wanting to work and so forth but you know are you lazy if you don't work outside the home or your kids are in elementary school no absolutely not i mean you work hard doing that stuff it's real so but i think he just way out what it is you know that you can make and contribute and is it worth the strain number one and number two is it something you want to do i mean i've got a lot of high performance ladies on our team and they actually want to be here it's not like they have to be here and they're just working in their lips stuck out and i don't wanna work but i'd rather be home fulltime no encouragement incorrigible hopeful if that's what they wanna do but i gotta let us that you know if they were at home fulltime wouldn't be good they need to be at work their performers and that's what they get something out of it you know not to mention getting paid so it just depends on what you want to go what's your goals are and the income that's created versus the offset of the pain in the household that being away creates stevens with us in richmond virginia hi steven how are you good dave how are you better than i deserve what's up yeah i'm trying to make this brief but i wanted to give you a quick background my parents they've never had problems giving like no one else but i think that they've had problems living like no one else so that they could be in a spot where they should be people kind of taking advantage of it i remember when i was a kid my uncles would come over and they would give them money and i remember when i was about thirteen they filed bankruptcy and and i think a lot of things were consolidated into the home mortgage and everything but i've been telling him about you and what my with that we're working the baby steps my wife and i and i found out that they are actually may be upside down or close to upside down on their house that they built years ago and they bought ten acres back then with the goal to let me or my siblings build a house on there well i didn't take advantage of that but my sister is looking to take advantage of that now but the mortgage company doesn't want to want them to give two of their ten because it would definitely put them upside down or even worse on the house so my dad had even tried to refinance to a higher interest rate just to go to a different lender i don't know he's really pushing hard to try to get this done but what i was wondering is if you thought that i should try to talk to.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And when it breaks yes i'm michael crozier live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom an environmental group has filed a motion to knock the proposition to split california off the november ballot the planning and conservation league argues the proposition goes beyond the process for which it was designed the measure to split california into three states was approved for the ballot last month because it got enough signatures a ten acre brushfire near the griffith observatory and the greek theater has been contained la fire says it came about a quarter of a mile from the iconic stargazing structure yesterday in the meantime the greek theater was was the reunification point for people who had to evacuate quickly two hundred firefighters responding and what he called a unified command formation with other agencies there were no injuries some parked cars near the observatory were damaged president trump's nominee to join the us supreme court brett cavenaugh has begun meeting with senators for courtesy visits trump announced his choice monday night saying cavenaugh is a judge's judge that fiftythreeyearold has been a federal appeals judge in dc for more than a decade he began his career as a clerk for the judge he's been nominated to replace anthony kennedy and trump has pardoned to ranchers whose arson case sparked the armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge and oregon one of the main protesters ended up getting shot and killed by oregon state police in two thousand sixteen the ranchers father and son were convicted of setting fires on public lands they were resentenced in two thousand fifteen to serve the mandatory minimum the white house says the resentencing was unjust traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center problems in duarte this is a work zone on the ten eastbound from the six zero five vista cal trans going to be taken away that right lane until five in the morning watch for delays if not area in artesia this is on the ninety one east about right before by an air boulevard cleanup crews from an earlier crash just in the right lane now you're seeing delays from just about the six zero five griffith park we have that full freeway closer one thirty four westbound at the five all lanes are going to be shut down.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On the half and when it breaks i'm michael crozier live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom an environmental group has filed a motion to knock the proposition to split california off the november ballot the planning and conservation league argues the proposition goes beyond the process for which it was designed the measure to split california into three states was approved for the ballot last month a ten acre brushfire near the griffith observatory in the greek theater is been contained la fire captain eric scott says it came about a quarter mile from the iconic star gazing structure they observatory will remain closed throughout the day and we are hoping and planning to get the greek theater opened for their concert this evening in the meantime greek theater is the reunification point for people who had to evacuate quickly two hundred firefighters responding to what l fire called a unified command formation with other agencies very special there were no injuries but some cars parked in the observatory were damaged president trump's nominee to join the us supreme court brett kavanagh's began meeting with senators for courtesy visits trump announced his choice last night saying kevin judges judge they fiftythreeyearold beneficial appeals judge in dc for more than a decade he began his career as a clerk for the judge he has been nominated to replace anthony kennedy and president trump has pardoned to ranchers whose arson case sparked the armed occupation i'm a national wildlife refuge in oregon one of the main protesters ended up getting shot and killed by oregon state police in two thousand sixteen the ranchers father and son were convicted of setting fires on public lands they were recent in two thousand fifteen to serve the mandatory minimum the white house says the resentencing was unjust traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center problems lock in yatta flint ridge this is.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Will also oversee juvenile rehabilitation in our state dry windy conditions allowed a wildfire burning near yakima to double in size overnight komo's kelly bleier has an update conrad fire started which is ten acres on sunday but increased to four thousand acres today it is threatening homes crops infrastructure and power lines randy sheppard with conrad fire says they are bringing in more help increase the resources by phone people were more working to secure the loan construct needed seventy six homes were forced to evacuate overnight but were allowed back in this morning firefighters worry that the blaze is headed to the area of last year's wildfire there which has a lot of dry cheat grass that could add fuel to this growing fire kelly bleier komo news at last check a fire was zero percent contained independence day coming up while many of us are going to relax and have fun barbecues there is a sobering statistic to consider july fourth is the deadliest day of the year for drivers not only because of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol but electron ix are distracting us as well michelle tulio is with allstate insurance it typically takes five seconds to send or receive a text message which is the equivalent if you're driving fifty five miles an hour to driving the full length of a football field with her eyes closed she says in two thousand sixteen and seventeen there were more than forty thousand deaths in car accidents alone charlie harger komo news coming up the arrest of an american born terror suspect komo news time for aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours marina house we saw problems in everett northbound i five and highway to the right center lane is blocked with a crash stop and go traffic from one twenty eighth as you try to head up to that scene before you get there you will find some slowdowns from northgate off and on up through lynnwood southbound i five solid from northgate into downtown seattle it's rough on highway ninety nine along the water towards centurylink southbound four zero five is crowded from southeast eight through newcastle northbound is rolling slow from five twenty up through totem lake on five twenty itself we did have a crash at one twenty four th westbound but it does look like it did get cleared out of the way just some minor slowdowns as you make your approach it's going to be difficult southbound one six seven leaving auburn from.

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"ten acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Of lazic to patients the fda also noted that their recent study on lazic safety found up to two percent of patients reported difficulty performing the daily activities without corrective lenses however experts on both sides agree there are some people who may have worse outcomes he calls it art but king county says his ten acre property is a dangerous mountain of trash komo's lamonica peter says a twenty year battle comes to an end friday morning when the property owner faces a judge this is an old benz coupe one man's trash is another man's treasure at least that's what charles pilling and says about his ten acre property some call iron mountain and it's filled with old cars boats buses and just about everything pilling has ever own stop here nipple off a little piece of mint smell it and it takes me back to my eastern washington youth i can look at this and realized that if nature is left alone it is its own art form but king county i'm a state attorney general don't see art when they look at his property after a twenty year battle with a former seattle police officer pill was convicted of one felony count for violating the hazardous waste management act and one felony count of wrecking vehicles without a license in april attorney general bob ferguson said in a statement mr pillows criminal conviction is an important step toward holding him accountable for his actions and cleaning up the site he's also been fine for housing the homeless and indecent environment with some in the community say his property is a place of refuge for those in need of help motion bruce should've been here probably be in a pit bull being a deeper hole either alcohol or drugs or something like that jodl up in court to be sentenced but he says he's ready to face the consequences prevail understand that i'm not saying 'i prevailing and not being burdened and and and penalized for all this but i've made a choice state attorney general is also asking that he not bring any more materials onto the property and that he not.

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"ten acres" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The garden getting locked fire and everyone gentlemen south carolina got fire ants on his ten acres of property and his wife on absolute getting rid of the they're going to have a problem with that yes it can be done they're gonna have a problem let me tell you and i don't even know if this still exist but i actually saw demonstration of a device that is only four farms because it was not cheap had folks on the show many many years ago they were out of alabama is i recall and they came to town and i saw this thing demo at a agriculture show and what it is it's a runs on gas powered thing and it heats up water i mean it heats up water and they had a dome that would you put the dome over the top of a fire ant mound and then it had a poll that ran down into the mound with all these little holes in it it would shoot out boiling water throughout the mound and i gotta tell you it was very impressive to watch very very impressive to watch and you see the steam come rolling out of there and it only took him like a minute to do a mound zappa down and then pull the thing off in all you saw was dead ants you could not find a live aunt i saw them do about an acre and a half the probably had thirty ant mounds in it and by the way when you get into pieces of properly like that where you have cows or any kind of livestock or for that matter this guy this gentleman who wrote jimmy his large piece of property and he's got kids are fire ants can do a lot of damage to you so this was a totally incompletely organic natural way to get rid of the fire ants and i just sat there watching him do this and by the way the place where they did this was about five ten miles from my old office in tarpon springs it was out there and i said okay this is cool it's working but i want to see if they stay gone and about every two weeks i would drive out there and i would look and it worked i mean they were gone that they did not come back they were gone this was killing.

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Harvey debuts for Reds in 6-2 win over Dodgers

Investing Sense

01:38 min | 3 years ago

Harvey debuts for Reds in 6-2 win over Dodgers

"Drive centerfield there's billy hamilton and a nother three up three down inning from matt harvey he very well could have a no hitter right now jeff brantley on reds radio and his reds debut last night former mets ace matt harvey allowed to hit and struck out to over four scoreless innings in the red six to win of the dodgers elsewhere national league cardinals over the padres don to five nationals three diamondbacks won irish beat the giants eleven to marlins six braves three in it was the brewers over the rockies eleven ten that was in ten innings the mets beat the phillies three two one italy cubs over the white sox eleven to american league as ten acres five royals ten indians nine twelve innings the blue jays over the red sox five to three orioles beat the race dying four mariners tigers washed out the play a doubleheader today the rangers over the astros one nothing the twins beat the game does five to four round three of the players championship webb simpson the leader after two rounds at fifteen underhill later on today along with three golfers in second place danny lee patrick kelly and charles schwartz all i'm peter schwartz we've got def leppard in journey tickets listened to tiki and tierney weekdays between three and six eastern for your chance to win you really really liked them thanks for making drive time sports that's best of the springs winner for best sports radio show how could this happen and.

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"ten acres" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the world and also raised enough money to perhaps come up with a career you know we we do so many stories about kids teenagers high schools kids doing stupid things or and evil is a great example of in at so good that we cover restore like that and then it was their idea mieno its uranium and we should we need to do more of these so if you have a great story let us know over it wbz on the tv side try to do it but i'm going to talk about this hour is not a great story family in utah lifted three year old toddler in a 10 corn maize sean went home without him and and did not and did you see the story yes and was our is the next morning ray i mean yeah did you read this was in the globe i saw the picture of the corn maize almost i got that right here's the man with a and it's enormous ten acres right ten acres just now we're gonna talk the the question that are going to raise and and i am raising it half see right right and you don't you should should not give me an answer but the question of depend i don't we have a synergy tonight so i feel like i could almost wealth people do need a license in the commonwealth of massachusetts and in most states to marry the question is did this these people she did they been lightly gotten a license for who they had a kid i mean it is a isn't it how negligent some parents are with their our children and you think about your right all the things that we we require rules for and licences and follow ups now my husband and i we adopted our son and so as part of that there were classes we had to take and i remember thinking i'm so glad i'm taking this class i don't know how to do this yes and there was a nurse in one class at you know i mean it was really helpful not that i would have ever been even young talent gordon maize but there there was real value in it and i thought he now the problem is this here's.

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"ten acres" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"ten acres" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Or financial markets us futures contracts are trading slightly negative at last check the dow futures contract down a fraction asian markets lower by the bell this is npr news from washington a wildfire near the historic town of mira pose a california is now one hundred ten acres and ten percent contained cal fire says the blaze didn't grow significantly thursday but it's still a threat by moffitt with sacramento's capital public radio has more the detweiler fire has threatened the telomere opposable that seems to have eased now the fires presenting new challenges it's found a home in the mer said river drainage system and is threatening the towns of colder ruin greely hill more than one hundred homes were buildings have been destroyed in the county so far bob moffitt reporting the country's oldest civil rights organization the nwc p is set to start its national convention in baltimore this weekend and here's honsi lawan reports president trump is expected to be a main topic at the event even though he declined an invitation to speak issues annual convention for the national association for the management of color people will be the second time president trump has turned down an invitation but the end of lease ep is planning many sessions about strategizing as activists under the trump administration voting rights policing and criminal justice reform are some the main topics for discussion another focus will be the nwc peace next national leader the group's most recent president and c o cornell brooks step down a few weeks ago after the board of directors decided to not renew his contract award is plain to launch a listening toward here from members and other activists around the country to help engage younger generation to join the one hundred eight year old organization on z long npr news.

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