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2 Killed in Driverless Tesla Car Crash

Daily Tech News Show

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

2 Killed in Driverless Tesla Car Crash

"National highway traffic safety administration in the united states and the national transportation safety board have both sent teams to investigate a fatal car crash involving twenty nine tesla model s in spring texas. The car went off the road. Coming out of cold sack. After failing to negotiate a slight curve at high speed harris county constable mark. Herman said one occupant was in the front passenger seat and one in the backseat. Neither occupant was in the driver's seat. Now it's not clear you might jump to the conclusion. But it's not clear if tesla autopilot was active when the car crashed. Tesla ceo elon. Musk had re tweeted news just earlier that same day. The tesla's autopilot feature was quote approaching ten times. Lower chance of accident than the average vehicle constable. Herman also noted that the car caught fire when it hit a tree and took more than thirty thousand gallons of water to extinguish because the battery kept reigniting and apparently they had to get in contact with tesla for some advice in how to get that fire to go

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Homes Are Evacuated After Leak at Wastewater Reservoir in Tampa Bay, Florida

Democracy Now! Audio

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Homes Are Evacuated After Leak at Wastewater Reservoir in Tampa Bay, Florida

"Authorities and florida are racing to prevent the catastrophic collapse of a seventy seven acre wastewater. Storage pond and abandoned phosphate mine and the tampa bay area. Work crews have been pumping more than twenty thousand gallons of contaminated water permit from the piney point reservoir into surrounding waterways. After containment wolves began leaking. Florida governor rhonda santa's has ordered the evacuation of three hundred homes. Manatee county sheriff's officials initially order. Prisoners moved to the second floor of a jail near the pond but later reversed the order saying posed a security risk. Some models predict a collapse could trigger a twenty foot high wall of water. This is manatee county administrator. Scott hopes we're talking about the potential of about six hundred million gallons within a matter of seconds in minutes leaving that retention pool and building around the surrounding area according to the epa phosphorus and nitrogen and the wastewater could cause algae blooms that may harm humans and kill

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EU: Thousands of liters of dangerous hand sanitizer seized

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

EU: Thousands of liters of dangerous hand sanitizer seized

"The E. U.'s anti fraud body says almost thirty seven thousand gallons of dangerous hand sanitizer have been seized across the region since the start of the corona virus pandemic the European anti fraud office left says the product originated from Turkey who was contaminated with dangerous levels of methanol a substance likely to create headaches blurred vision and can sometimes lead to blindness when used in hand sanitizers a large Congo of the product have been detained in Dublin with analysis confirming the presence of unacceptably high levels of methanol a white a probe then established to several companies based in the E. U. had ordered hand sanitizers from the same Turkish manufacturer operating under various names I'm Charles Taylor this month

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The Ancient Ones

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:18 min | 11 months ago

The Ancient Ones

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries I'm your host kit chrome. Today we're GONNA take a look at a mystery at mystery at least as deep as Amelia earhart. What happened to the honesty Indians? The honest are originally from Siberia during the Ice Age what became native Americans crossed over a land bridge it appeared because of the low sea level. The Ana Sasi tribe eventually settled in what is now era sonal well, maybe not how they were a native American culture flourishing in southern Colorado and Utah and northern New Mexico and. From about one hundred ad whose descendants are considered to include the present day puddle people I dug a little deeper and discovered that the name on a Sasi means ancient wants doesn't make sense. The Apache were given that name Apache by their enemy if it's true that the. Came over from Siberia or existed in what is now American southwest around one hundred ad as some speculate than it is doubtful that they would have called themselves the ancient ones but what's in a name and what happened to them? This was not some small tribe in the eighteen eighties when many of their dwellings were found on the face of Mason, they were dubbed cliff-dwellers. Many of the dwellings were over six hundred feet up and built into sheer cliff faces. Some were a dozen stories high and consisted of over eight hundred rooms. There were grain rooms rooms for dining rooms for sleeping today's and estimated that the on Sasi numbered about thirty thousand, one theory dates, their disappearance between six hundred and thirteen hundred ad again, what happened to them perhaps like the Mayans they migrated were simulated the Zuni, the Hopi Indians? Oh, today believed that theory one Hopi elder explained about a thousand years ago. The elderly reportedly said, the Pueblo was visited by savage strangers from the north. The villagers treated the interlopers kindly but soon, the newcomers devastate their farms and that is why they began to build their homes high up in the cliffs. Okay. That explains why they lived in cliff dwellings still what happened to them? Where did they go contemporary scientists think that life was pretty good for the ancient ones why then did they end up abandoning their magnificent agriculture and permanent homes to migrate hundreds of miles and seemingly lose their cultural identities and Hopi Land Suny. And the Pueblos the upper real `grande, oral histories of the Hopi Zuni Pueblo people as well as scientific findings suggest that the exodus from places like Jaakko and Mesa Verde may have been. Family by family or clan by clan and may have occurred over a hundred years. Scientists suggest that things like poor sanitation should pass. An environmental degradation may have caused on Sasi to move think for a minute of a cliff face village six, hundred feet off of valley floor with eight hundred rooms where the residents for maybe five hundred people where did the sanitation factor play out? It would have been an awful long descent to use a local capital unlike the hokum people to the south on a saas he did not build huge irradiation canals on a Sasi diversion and collection of national precipitation was not irrigation in the usual sense in general their dry land farming. On the natural blessings of rain and runoff melting snow often they helped mother nature by building check dams, terracing hillsides. So locating fields near the mouth of royals springs one of the largest of their water conservation efforts was a five hundred thousand gallon reservoir at Mesa Verde after poring over dozens of documents and stacks of books I realized that no one has come up with an answer of what happened to the thirty thousand plus on a saucy unlike a lot of ancient civilizations left scrolls and etchings on the walls on saucy left nothing. So where did they information? We have on these cliff waller's come from to Colorado. Cowboys are said to discover the magnificent cliff towel structure at Mesa Verde. On a bitterly cold day in December eighteen, eighty eight, the male members of the ranching family soon became amateur archaeologists, digging gathering selling pottery weapons, tools, and other artifacts mostly to museums even without formal training, they were able to identify major distinctions in the pottery they found and conclude that different sites were occupied during different time periods in the late twentieth century the melting of more sophisticated scientific techniques and contemporary native American Indian knowledge has dramatically increased. Our understanding these people for some time many scientists have gone about their business privately evaluating physical evidence and police seen theories about the long gone a Sasi scientific speculation about the mysterious disappearance of the builders of the cliff dwellings continued to the current era.

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Polls open for Kentucky primary

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Polls open for Kentucky primary

"A big primary election as you heard a moment ago from Amy Gardner in Kentucky as Democrats decide who will likely face off against senator Mitch McConnell in the fall Kentucky secretary of state said by Monday nearly a million people had only voted or apply for an absentee ballot for in person voting Tuesday the state is dispatched five thousand masks per county for poll workers and voters four thousand gallons of hand sanitizer fifteen hundred face shields and twenty thousand pairs of gloves election officials warn any results that come in Tuesday night would only reflect Tuesday's in person voting not early voting or absentee ballots official numbers are expected in about a week Ribeiro

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Boston Mayor Walsh offers message of support to nursing home residents, employees

Jay Talking

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Boston Mayor Walsh offers message of support to nursing home residents, employees

"Boston mayor Marty Walsh updating the corona virus impact on the city during Monday's city hall briefing we have a total of eleven thousand one hundred and six cases that's an increase of fifty nine from yesterday in five hundred and thirty three people passed away an increase of eight from yesterday and I just wanted again just pass along our thoughts and prayers for those families who lost loved ones and also those families that are struggling with that of the stillness the Boston Medical Center is currently serving a hundred sixty four patients eighty two on the shelf aside eighty two on the hospital side altogether we have served more than six hundred fifty call the patients at the command center Boston hospitals are at a combined two hundred and ten percent of normal ice you capacity that number has come down somewhat but obviously it's not where it needs to be at and we need to continue to make physical distancing face coverings and good hygiene a priority on some updates and testing by the end of last week we had conducted a total of thirty six thousand seven to test or roughly five percent of the Boston population I rate a positive test last week was twenty percent per year over overall positive test rate down to twenty nine percent every neighborhood sorry so it's positive school down and that's a testament to the physical distance thing residents are joining an expanding testing city wide I want to thank you for that the neighborhoods with the biggest reductions last week response than with a ninety percent drop in positive results and Mattapan which had a fifteen percent drop that's a testament to the hard work of our health care inequities counts once in and and also the ways we're targeting our region testing try most impacted communities and all as that work continues I want to thank everyone involved there I also want to thank the residents are in the community who have done some amazing work by by practising physical social distancing wearing face mask and on all the things that are important mayor Walsh notes the devastating impact the viruses had on nursing homes these facilities are licensed and regulated by the state so our work in these areas tied to the state's efforts and done in collaboration with them but I want to assure residents and families and staff that we've been in constant contact with elder care facility since the beginning of this crisis in the city we speak with administrators of these institutions every single day and we're doing everything we can to get them the resources and the support that they need we created a disease containment strike team too right to help any facility facing operate currently we're actively supporting nine facilities as of may fifth we provide over four hundred fourteen staff ships which includes nurses nursing assistants and personal care attendants we've also worked to help administrative supports in these facilities we've provided two hundred six thousand items of personal protective equipment including sixty two thousand surgical masks six thousand facials and over fourteen thousand gallons I pledge right now in the city that we're going to continue our support financing homes in their residence they're the most severely impacted in this crisis that includes the families with loved ones in these facilities I know there is a desire for more information but we do our best to share the data that we can while respecting confidentially a person's health data the state has data from bosses facility we want to share that data on a weekly basis starting today as of may ninth across thirty nine facilities in the city of Austin two hundred fifty two residents had passed away that's forty eight percent of our city wide total we pray for all those individuals and their families and I know their families whose loved ones in the facility there's nothing week more they can remove the fear concern when you hear those numbers especially hard when you can't visit your family member we'll continue sharing as much information as we can I also want to speak directly to the residents of a nursing homes assisted living and other care facilities too much of the conversation is on the issue has been about you and not enough has been said to you I want you to know we see you we are thinking about you you are loved in value your contributed more to our city than anyone eleven now many of you served our country many of you raise your children and work for the institutions that we're relying on right now in this crisis you dedicated your life to making our community stronger and we must dedicate our office just safety and dignity not just during this crisis but also at all times we owe you everything we are working every day on ways we can support you and help keep you safe as summer approaches the mayor says his administration is working on ways to provide enough space to ensure social distancing we want to make sure our small businesses can get the support they need and we want to make sure everyone has a safe and healthy transportation options so in addition to our planned capital investment in safe and sustainable streets we've been looking for ways to expand space for pedestrians small business customers cyclists and bus commuters the things we are thinking about include expanding sidewalks in business districts that can help with physical distance thing especially where people wait in line for businesses that are following new capacity guidelines opening up entirely in suggestions a cycle issues which could also calm traffic speeds we we need to do this in a way that does not cut off from merging vehicles or delivery access for residents expanding bus stops or bus it making bus Ruprecht press priorities on the road well subway ridership is down we are seeing essential workers continue to rely on questions if these ideas will help us meet our goals we will develop proposals for specific locations to share with the community for the feedback before moving forward this is an important issue for safe recovery and we need to have an inclusive conversation to get it right

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Farmers are Swimming in Milk, but Can't Get it to Needy Food Banks

Business Wars Daily

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Farmers are Swimming in Milk, but Can't Get it to Needy Food Banks

"Spilled milk. It has a whole new meaning. These days with restaurants schools and universities closed. Dairy farmers are swimming in millions of gallons of milk. They can no longer sell at the same time. Millions more Americans are hungry. Food banks across the country are seeing dramatic. Spikes in demand is unemployment swells. But they don't have enough food one of the products in short supply. You got it milk. Here's what the mismatch looks like spring the time of year when cows produce the most milk so they have more milk than usual and much less access to their regular customers and even though farmers are donating some milk food banks according to the New York Times they're still dumping about one and a half million gallons daily that's because farmers have been limited in their ability to give away enough milk to prevent the enormous waste time set but couldn't they just give away more milk. The short answer is no and the reason is two pronged for one. Food Banks. Don't have enough refrigerators or volunteers to handle too much milk at once. The other reason is that the cost of transporting and distributing milk is just too high for many farmers produce. Growers and cattle ranchers are having similar problems according to the New York Times not since the Great Depression has so much fresh food been destroyed but these are just the latest struggles facing the dairy industry as we reported in previous episodes. Dairy farmers were in trouble before Kobe. Nineteen in part because Americans. Just don't love cow's milk like we used to instead. We're increasingly turning to alternatives. Soy Almond Banana. Milk are changing. Tastes have real consequences. Just last November. The country's largest dairy supplier dean foods filed for bankruptcy now revenues. A fallen by half again for many dairy farmers. It's a distressing break in the supply chain farmers who can't sell enough milk are suffering and so are millions of people who don't have enough to eat. According to the nation's largest chain of food banks feeding America in normal times about thirty seven million Americans are considered to be food insecure. Now another seventeen million people recently unemployed also need help to avoid hunger at least eleven million of the hungrier children. According to the nonprofit it took several weeks but at least two big grocers are stepping in to help fix the supply chain mismatch last month. Publics began buying excess produce in milk and donating it to feeding America in. Its first two weeks. Public says it purchased and donated one hundred thousand gallons of milk and a million pounds of produce. The LAKELAND Florida grocery chain plans to continue the initiative released several weeks. According to CBS News public efforts are regional so far. The grocer is buying milk from dairy farmers. In the southeast and vegetables from Florida Growers Public's also donated two million dollars to feeding America. According to a statement Kroger America's largest grocery chain soon followed suit. On April Thirtieth Kroger said it would purchase two hundred thousand gallons of surplus milk and donate to feeding America and community food banks. Some might say both grocers can well afford to help in a normal year. Kroger's revenues are well above one hundred billion dollars with everyone. At Home Kroger's sales have surged. Revenues grew thirty percent in March. According to the Texas Observer Kroger's stock is currently close to its fifty two week high public to has been doing well with twenty nineteen sales of thirty eight billion dollars. The company says it sales grew this quarter by about sixteen percent over the same period a year ago with about two thirds of those sales due to all the home cooking. Americans are doing right now. The scale of America's milk problem for both farmers and the unemployed is so massive that the efforts to businesses alone are far from enough. That's something the federal government recently recognized. The Department of Agriculture will begin spending three hundred million dollars a month to buy surplus milk produce and meat from distributors and ship it to food banks. According to The New York Times some states to are getting in on the action for example New York is trying to help its own farmers deal with its huge pools of excess milk. It plans to give food banks twenty five million dollars to purchase products made from the milk. It's also working with food processors like Shabani Hood and Cabot to help them. Turn that milk into yogurt. Cheese and butter. The newspaper reported the fact that Kroger and Publix are redistributing surplus milk to food. Banks may be laudable but the quantities of no faith committed to purchase now to a drop in the bucket victims white question now is whether other businesses step up to help farmers and the hungry

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Boston - Massachusetts preparing for peak of COVID-19 cases in April

Jay Talking

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Massachusetts preparing for peak of COVID-19 cases in April

"With with the the state state expecting expecting a a surgeon surgeon coronavirus coronavirus cases cases in in the the next next week week or or so so governor governor Charlie Charlie Baker's Baker's says says more more help help is is arriving arriving for for medical medical workers here's WBZ's Mike Macklin governor Baker says Massachusetts is in a constant battle to obtain the personal protective equipment doctors nurses emergency respond is so desperately need but that gear is beginning to arrive yesterday the command center posted a P. P. E. distribution summary online which will be updated regularly that describes the kind of personal protective equipment that has been distributed across the state and where it's been distributed to that includes over three hundred and sixty thousand aircraft masks over seven hundred thousand mass hundred sixty thousand gallons and almost two million blogs this PP is going to nursing homes hospitals health centres local public safety boards of health and other health care facilities across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is also received an additional two hundred ventilators from the Federal Emergency Management Agency as the state braces itself fully anticipated peaking Colbert doing teen infections and deaths over the next two

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Farmers Dump Milk, Break Eggs as Restaurant Closings Destroy Demand

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Farmers Dump Milk, Break Eggs as Restaurant Closings Destroy Demand

"The U. farmers across the nation or at least many of them are dumping milk breaking eggs because the corona virus with all the restaurant closing has you know caused less demand so supply and demand you know that old saying supply and demand so this is what's happened you go to a Wisconsin dairy farm and I saw a story on this and if I thought I can't believe it's six thousand gallons of milk thrown into a minore hits who is the milk that was collected from the Mueller dairy farms one thousand cals normally hauled to dairy processors across the state they bottle it return it into cheese but the pandemic has disrupted all of it because restaurants schools that usually by the staff they're not Brian so they have to make the hard choices the farmers do because what else are they gonna do and you gotta get the milk out of the cows if you know anything about farming I noticed tiny bit and that's what you gotta do so this is being dumped dumps which is a sin and then you think of people who need food and it's just

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Colorado - Gov. Polis asks VP Pence for protective equipment, ventilators due to 'crisis-level shortage'

Lewis and Logan

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Colorado - Gov. Polis asks VP Pence for protective equipment, ventilators due to 'crisis-level shortage'

"Poloz has said that it's likely he'll get the corona virus and we will know someone who will currently there are thirty three hundred confirmed cases in Colorado eighty people have died one of the latest el Paso county sheriff's deputy who is self isolating he passed away after he was taken to the hospital last night right now Colorado hospitals don't seem to be equipped to handle the expected spike Scott but men of the color health department says covert nineteen patients who don't have severe symptoms may have to stay in other pop up medical spots is a B. hotels dorms skilled nursing facilities any other lodging facilities that we can find that we can turn into medical shelters medical care facilities meanwhile governor policy sent a letter to vice president Mike pence requesting additional medical supplies for Colorado including PP and ventilator governor Poloz is telling the vice president the Colorado needs more supplies from the federal government until the state can procure and manufacture its own supplies to help battle the corona virus Polish is requesting ten thousand ventilators two million and ninety five mass more than four million surgical mask eight hundred and eighty thousand face shield seven hundred and twenty thousand gallons and four point three million pairs of gloves

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New York State to make its own hand sanitizer

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

New York State to make its own hand sanitizer

"There's been a run on hand sanitizer New York because of the corona virus outbreak it's impossible to find it in stores even public agencies are having a tough time getting supplied with hand sanitizer so New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the state is making its own now called New York state clean our current capacity is one hundred thousand gallons per week and we're going to be ramping up they contracted with a private company to manufacture the hand sanitizer at a lower cost than what's already out of the market it's being provided to local municipalities schools prisons and other places where large groups of

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On the radio every day and that you actually have to pay me four times the amount that you normally what it was but it was it was three fifty Larry earlier today don't free fifty free fifty yes one of those the caller's V. Larry still high okay so not so instead of three fifty it's free fifty yes yeah okay okay so today's today were really not here but I think they're broadcast news show out but we are live today that is a fact so beautiful weather out there it's time next this isn't coming out my mark month of March you know you'll be fertilize the yard but you're also gonna be German some bushes maybe plant some flowers here the other month but it's going to be getting time to get that swimming pool ready for the swim season even though you might be called in the poll consider heating that ports in investment that you can't let go out it is take care of it if you want to you can hit that thing there's a couple different ways obviously of mother nature we have gas heaters which aren't the most effective way of heating a poll but if you're here the faster time gas heaters way to go I sold my good friend of spare solar or we put it Hey were he pops without your heat pumps based on the volume of water in your pool better customer yesterday twenty three thousand gallon pool it's on solar I'd says eighteen by thirty six pretty good size five hundred twelve square foot pole eight and a half feet deep wants to he's got a solar says too much water for my solar system analysts just shallow up the pool well we can show the pull up from eight half feet to roughly five feet and it's going to take away seven thousand gallons of water it's gonna hit batter has had its heating seven thousand left gallons of water but it's you know and and less you protect your investment he rises for those who went to school we learned that heat rises yup you know some of you woke up this morning pull was steaming off water are steaming up that's evaporation.

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NH Couple Sues ‘Ice Castles’ Saying Basement Flooded When Attraction Melted

Buck Sexton

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

NH Couple Sues ‘Ice Castles’ Saying Basement Flooded When Attraction Melted

"News I do have your woman says the operators of the seasonal attraction of ISIS structures failed to control runoff flooding the basement with over fifteen thousand gallons of water and he worries it will happen again this spring Kelly trickle claims in a lawsuit against ice castles that last April snow and ice melt from the attraction pulled in her backyard in north Woodstock flooded her basement with sixteen inches of water she seeking a hundred thousand dollars in damages but says her largest concern is not the lawsuit or the flooding but what will happen this spring a lawyer for ice castles not the structures flooded her

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Investigation into Houston explosion last week

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Investigation into Houston explosion last week

"Karl several square blocks of Houston neighborhood look like a war zone three days after an industrial accident claimed two lives ABC Jim Ryan says federal investigators have joined the effort to find some answers for miles around Watson grinding in northwest Houston it also calls for an explosion the audio from broadcastify after a massive blast flattened a warehouse shattered windows and not homes off their foundations we're going to be a little high for the last couple months eating going niceties neighbors have a mountain to climb now of two hundred fifty homes this is lost the investigation into the cause points to a leaking two thousand gallon propelling tank Jim Ryan

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Australia fires: US crew dead in firefighting plane crash

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Australia fires: US crew dead in firefighting plane crash

"All on board were killed when an air tanker crashed while fighting the bush fires in Australia KCBS TV reporter Candace crone all three people killed on board were you as firefighters pull the plane went down in the snow we mountains of New South Wales up seventy miles from Australia's capital the aircraft is a C. one thirty owned by Colson aviation call center is based in British Columbia the registration goes back to a C. one thirty nicknamed zoos a water tanker that has fought fires right here in California the aircraft can carry up to four thousand gallons of flame retardant a statement from the company says the plane was carrying retardant when it took off and was on a fire bombing mission CBS is Jamie you guys just got back from covering the fires in Australia it seems pretty clear from my source that people didn't know who the three were on board they were people that the other firefighters said on the air base that they had had dinner with every single night CBS news update on twenty

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UWS Water Main Break Flooded the Subway

All Things Considered

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

UWS Water Main Break Flooded the Subway

"And roads are still closed around Lincoln center where a water main break yesterday disrupted subway service and traffic southbound lanes on Broadway between sixty first and Columbus are closed to traffic west sixty second between Central Park in Columbus also closed one two and three subway service is back to normal the city's department of environmental protection says water has been restored to residents businesses in the area too according to the MTA five hundred thousand gallons of water drained from the subway

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Here's What A Massive Water Main Break Does To The NYC Subway System

Hugh Hewitt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Here's What A Massive Water Main Break Does To The NYC Subway System

"Yesterday's massive water main break flooded streets Herman hands Upper West Side and disrupted subway service for most of the day number one two three subway lines were shut down for nearly a lane and ours because that flooding along Broadway the MTA says five hundred thousand gallons of water made into the subway system at the height of the

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Riddles of the Anasazi

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Riddles of the Anasazi

"What happened to on Sasi? Well most to the mysteries on this podcast have some kind of resolution but what happened to the Ana Sasi is something that is keeping modern uttered are Kiala and scientific technology at bay. Well some say the honest saucier originally from Siberia during the Ice Age. What became the native? Eight of Americans crossed over. A Land Bridge had appeared because of the low sea level. The sausage tribe eventually settled into what is now Arizona. Well maybe not how holdout they were a native American culture flourishing in southern Colorado and Utah Northern New Mexico and Arizona from about a d one hundred whose descendants ascendants are considered to include the present day Pueblo People Duggal little deeper and discovered that the name on a Sasi means ancient wants. Gosh well that doesn't make sense. The Apache were given that name by their enemies. If it's true that the Masasi came from the Siberia period area or existed in what is now American southwest around one hundred. Ad Assam speculate then. It is doubtful that they would have called old themselves. Yangchen once. But what's it a name still what happened to them. This was not some small tribe in the eighteen eighties. When many of swellings were found on the face of maces they were dubbed cliff-dwellers? Many of the dwellings were over six hundred feet up and built into the sheer cliff taste. Some word doesn't stories high and consisted over eight hundred rooms there a grain rooms rooms for dining room for sleeping gene today. Estimated that on Sasi numbered around thirty thousand one theory date their disappearance as having occurred between six hundred and thirteen hundred. Ad Again what happened to them. Perhaps like the Mayans they migrated and were simulated this journey and Hopi Indian so today believe that theory one Hopi elder explained about a thousand years ago. The elder reportedly said the Pueblo was visited by savage strangers From the north the villagers treated the interlopers kindly but soon the newcomers began to forage and forge on them and among them and at last there was a massacre. This devastated the farms. Then that is why they began to build their homes high up in cliffs. Okay that might explain why they lived in the the cliff dwellings. Still what happened to them. Where did they go? Contemporary Scientists. Think that life was pretty good for the ancient ones. Why then did they ended up Bandini nearby -nificant architecture and permanent homes to migrate hundreds of miles? So seemingly loser cultural identities in Hopi Lands Zuni Pueblos of the Upper Rio Grande Day oral histories of the Hopi Zuni Pueblo. People as well as scientific findings suggest that the actionist from places places like trump and Mesa verte may have been family by family or clan by clan and may have occurred over one hundred years. Scientists suggest that things like poor sanitation pests and environmental degradation may have caused Jonah. Sasi to move. Think for a minute of a cliff face. The village six hundred feet off the valley floor with eight hundred rooms that were the residents for maybe five hundred people were to the sanitation factor. Play way out. It would have been an awful long descent to use the local cat hole. I don't like the Hokum people to the south. The honesty did not build huge irrigation. Asian canals a Saas version and collection of natural precipitation was not irrigation in the usual sense in general their their dry land farming relied on the natural blessings of rain and runoff from melting snow often. They helped mother nature by building check dams dams terracing hillsides or locating fields near the mouth of Arroyo's or springs one of the largest of their water conservation. Efforts was a a five hundred thousand gallon reservoir at Mesa Verde after poring over dozens of documents and stacks of books. I realized that no one has come up with the answer. Answer of what happened to the thirty thousand plus on a Sasi. Unlike a lot of ancient civilizations select scrolls etchings on walls Outta Sasi left nothing nothing. So where did the information we have on these cliff dwellers come from to Colorado cowboys or said to have discovered the magnificent cliff palace Allah structure at Mesa Verde on a bitterly cold day in December eighteen eighty eight. The male members of the ranching family soon became amateur. Sure archeologists digging gathering selling pottery weapons tools and other artifacts mostly to museums even without formal training. They were able to identify major distinctions in the lottery. They found and conclude. The different sides were occupied during different time periods in the late twentieth Nia century the molding more sophisticated scientific techniques and contemporary native American end in knowledge has dramatically increased our understanding of these people people for some time many scientists have gone about their business privately evaluating the physical evidence and posting theories about the Longgang Ghana Sasi scientific speculation about their mysterious disappearance of the so-called cliff-dwellers continued up to to the current era but all this speculation has angered the many descendants of the ancient ones who had forgotten neither their ancestors nor or the ancient towns and cities they build angered by what they saw as the White Man's presumption of knowing what happened.

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How Could Artificial Glaciers Hydrate the Himalayas?

BrainStuff

06:06 min | 1 year ago

How Could Artificial Glaciers Hydrate the Himalayas?

"Discussions about climate change tend to focus on low lying areas like coastal cities yet people who live at higher elevations also feel it's negative effects including fresh water shortages to help these folks get by the duckie inventor named Sonum one Schuch has created a line of artificial glaciers called called. I stoop as their restoring frozen water so it can be used hydrate crops in the driest stretch of the year. Glacial meltwater is a necessity for most villages judges in Lubbock a region of northern India. The DOC sits on the debt and plateau between the Karakoram and the Himalayan mountain ranges this elevated terrain is is world famous for its is supply Abedin Plateau and surrounding mountains contain more ice than any other non polar area on earth. Much of this is stored up in glaciers. His will help feed vital Asian waterways the young Zee the Mekong and Indus rivers. Unfortunately those glaciers are receding because of climate change between two thousand and three in two thousand fourteen the ones located near the Brahmaputra River source lost six point nine billion cubic miles of ice. That's twenty eight point. Eight billion in cubic kilometers with glaciers some seasonal melting is expected but normally winter snowfall allows glaciers to replace the melted ice. They lose during the springtime however across the plateau. Glaciers are no longer getting enough annual snowfall to offset their lost water and so many of them have been dwindling in size as a cold desert. The dock area sees very little rainfall receiving an average of two to three inches per year. That's about fifty to seventy millimeters meters. The summer months of June through August. Do get a modest amount of precipitation however that's also when a large quantity of melted water from neighbouring mountain. Glaciers enters the streams teams. That depends on a steady water flow fills the streams during the winter as well yet because of the frozen ground and low air temperatures. The farmers can't hint grow crops during the coldest months of the year. According to an Chook winter water gets under utilized as a result demand for meltwater grows exponentially in April April in May when the life-sustaining crops of wheat buckwheat and barley need to be sown and hydrated. But in the springtime before the glacial water arrives enforce the streams often run dry. Climate Change has worsened. The problem a twenty seventeen study found that over the past six decades about twenty percent of the permanent ice ice preserves and the Docs home state have disappeared that translates to less meltwater for the locals hoping to solve these water woes. A civil engineer by the the name of Chihuahua North L. devised an innovative reservoir system in the nineteen eighties and I hope I'm saying his name correctly I couldn't find a pronunciation using dams and channels nor fell L. diverted large volumes of glacial water into Manmade Lakes on the shady sides of mountains where it froze into blocks come springtime. The ice would melt and be sent downhill the farms and villages eligible by way of canal. But this ice melted to quickly so the water tended to run out before the summer rains arrived in two thousand thirteen Wangchuk deduced I ice in Norfolk dams melted so fast because too much of it was exposed to direct sunlight. When chook figured that if he could somehow freeze the ice into a conical tower with the narrow oh end aimed skyward much less surface area would be exposed to make his frozen stalagmites when Chook devised an irrigation system? That's brilliant in its simplicity. implicity the major component is a long pipeline most of this is buried deep underground with one end tapping into a glacial stream or naturally occurring reservoir high high in the mountains through the tube the water rushes in the direction of populated areas at lower altitudes. No moving parts are electrical gizmos are needed to keep the liquid water flowing. Gravity does the trick it also pushes the water into the final stage of its journey downhill. The pipeline connects at a sharp angle to another narrower pipe. That rises soil standing vertically like a telephone pole as the saying goes water seeks its own level gravity pretty and pressure gained by flow through the narrowing pipe together naturally propel the liquid straight up that pipe until it flies out of a sprinkler on the pipes raised tip high in the air. The spray encounters atmospheric temperatures in the ballpark of negative four degrees Fahrenheit. That's about negative twenty Celsius or lower before landing it freezes. He's a solid forming a large cone of ice around the vertical pipe. The cones distinctive shape resembles that Stupa which are traditional Buddhist prayer monuments that have graced creased look for thousands of years. Hence when Chook and his associates have taken to calling the new glacier like structures I status the ducks ice Tubas meltdown meltdown in late spring. Right when the need for liquid water is greatest. The prototypical stupa erected in the winter of two thousand thirteen contained about forty thousand gallons. That's about one hundred hundred and fifty thousand liters of frozen water and lasted until may eighteenth of two thousand fourteen. Since then numerous others have been constructed. Single Stupa has is watered as many as five thousand newly planted trees standing at sixty feet eighteen meters tall. It held a breathtaking five hundred and thirty thousand gallons. That's two million liters a frozen water. Others may someday exceed one hundred feet about thirty meters in height and hold two point six million gallons or ten million liters of water outside India. The stupas have spread to countries like Switzerland in two thousand sixteen. When tooks icy brainchild earned him a coveted Rolex award for enterprise But I- stupid are not without their critics. went to in companies legal right to divert. Glacial meltwater has been challenged by a group of the duckie villagers furthermore anymore although the stupas are meant to help sustain human life they won't reverse the Tibetan Plateau's worrisome climate trends but if Homo sapiens is to survive on a changing Jin planet will need to reevaluate the ways. We use an store water. Projects like this can kick start those

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

14:33 min | 2 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"You. You're Veloce podcast thought of the day, it's not really thought for you. It's something I've thought I had, and it was really just kind of like it when people fuck with horses, and then get like booted in the face, really, really hard like so they get knocked off their feet, and then hit the ground really hard. Because you deserve that. Core question if you could have soared made of any material, what material would you choose? And why the problem is I would choose something that was incredibly valuable in, then I would sell the sword for a lot of money because we live in a world where we don't need swords anymore. So this is a another envy. Would you rather set of questions that came up from read it and the question is, would you rather poop one thousand gallons of mayonnaise where a single Chinese throwing star if I'm going to be really technical? I don't think throwing stars or from China, but I'm not going to get into it 'cause throwing stars weren't really much of a thing anyways, even the ninjas is my understanding they didn't use throwing stars very much. Although I did go to IGA the ninja village in Japan. And they had a contest where you had to throw three throwing stars. They're surprisingly, heavy the authentic ones. And I used air quotes, when I said that you had to throw three and actually hit a target. Now the target was quite big. But that just shows how hard they were to throw. And if you through it, and hit the target, you could win at t shirt and I won the t shirt, I was very proud of myself, I hit that target. And of course, the biggest size they had was medium because Japan and so this didn't fit, and I gave it to someone else, but actually really enjoy winning stuff and giving away the price. It feels really good. If you've never done that you should try it go to if you're in Japan, go to the arcade and do the UFO catcher and you win something, and just give it to one of the people around you and they are so excited that actually is maybe more fun than winning itself. I did have a streak of luck which is really weird and I won like three or four stuffed animals. I didn't want any of them, I was going to keep one and give to my girlfriend at the time. And so, the other two I actually just gave to a kid who was there with her mom, and they were so happy. I al- almost gave him all three but back to the actual question. Would you rather poop one thousand gallons of mayonnaise or a single Chinese throwing star now and I want to look at this very practically if I poop, a single Chinese throwing start that's going to rip up. I assume my stomach intestines and anus as it comes out. So for me, that's pretty much off the table. Now, pooping thousand gallons of mayonnaise. I have to think about practically how will that happen because there's two issues? How are you going to get a thousand gallons in an? And out in one go, and where's it going to go? I absolutely would choose the thousand gallons of mayonnaise because my assumption is the mayonnaise has to go in, and then go out almost as like a system, so you would have to sit there, and it would be a really long time because I fouls and gallons is a lot. But I think the damage done because it's mayonnaise would be minimal, so my image is that there's sort of a tube going into my mouth down my throat. So it goes into my stomach and then fills up my stomach, and then it goes pushed through my intestines. Now that would be incredibly uncomfortable. But once it was done. It would be done. And I'm sure everything would be distended in hurt and sore. But as long as the thousand gallons is going at a regular pace that doesn't injure you because if it injures you, you die. Let's say bursts, your stomach, or your intestines or something, you die at that point. But I think part of the unspoken premise is that you're able to get it in and get it out like you're going to survive this process. Yes. So I would choose that one because I think the relief would be such when it was finished. And I think I would have less damage overall. Now there's a secondary way of looking at it that you're now, magically filled with a thousand gallons of mayonnaise. And you suddenly have to poop it out. Which could leave you post poop with the distended stomach, and all that extra skin. That's been stressed out. But I actually think that might be easier to take care of overall. The tearing up of your insides with the throwing star seems like more dangerous more permanent damage that would make you sick, and you would die like I don't actually think there's another way around that. I think if you tore up that much of your insides, you're probably going to die. So would you rather poop one thousand gallons of mayonnaise? I don't know why they chose mayonnaise. I guess it's just one of those things that feels gross to have that much of your body or a single Chinese throwing star which I don't believe is Chinese. I would choose the thousand gallons of mayonnaise. So core question this was actually a question. I could answer. It was really relevant to me. It was a question that I really wish had been asked to me in real life because I could answer the question for real Z's. So the question is, if a judo expert was attacked on the street, and he or she nice touch there and make sure because there's judo is done by both men and women's not just men. There is sort of an assumption that martial arts, mostly met my I really good teacher was a woman. Who would beat my teenage scrawny ass regularly. It was pretty awesome. That's maybe a story I need to tell them a future. So if judo expert was attacked on the street, and he or she was able to successfully throw the attacker to the ground. What would they do directly after that, to disable the person from making further attacks? So the person here understands that judo is primarily throwing and what they're asking is what are the follow up moves to the throat. It's a very good question. Now, I would like to explain something about the throw or getting thrown in the first place, and that is in judo when you get thrown, first of all, you learn how to fall, you're going to spend your first six months learning how to fall to safety issue. If you don't learn to fall properly, they call it a break fall. If you don't learn to fall properly, you're going to get hurt because you're going to hurt your arm. Your shoulder your back, your legs or something you're going to have injuries. And people do this is what I've actually found that most people quit judo because it's not very fun to learn how to fall down, but the people who do it like I've actually fallen down on ice. And not been hurt. Like I didn't crack my head. I didn't hurt my shoulder and back actually did a proper break fall. And I got up again. Sure. You go who that was tough, but I was not hurt. And that's important we're going to have to assume that the person being thrown is not an expert in judo. So they don't know how to fall down, so they haven't fallen correctly. They haven't protected themselves in judo when you take a fall, you're on Matt's. Now, you might say, like Machu pretty hard, but they're not they're essentially a lot of cushioning, and a lot of judo clubs. I've been to is actually a sprung floor underneath that to absorb the impact. So they have actually put an extra effort to make sure that the impact of the throw is absorbed, by the floor, as well as your break full. So that's two things that are in place to protect you, the person falling. And then the next question is, what are they protecting from there? Protecting from the incredible impact that happens when you get thrown to the ground if we transfer the situation outside. Now here's the first thing I was actually thinking of you're probably on an uneven surface. It is much, much harder to do a proper break fall on an uneven surface. And if you don't know how to fall, you're just compounding that effect. And what it's going to do to your body. And Secondly, there's no cushioning. You're not onto Tom. You're probably on concrete. Let's say it's a street fight. You're on the street. You're now getting thrown into the ground. So someone who doesn't know how to fall properly getting thrown into concrete. They're probably not getting up again. You might not have killed them or anything, but there's actually a chance that if they land on their head or neck with no cushioning. They could break something and die. That is one hundred percent true. If they land on their back, let's say the guy is a really high level person. He's not trying to kill him. He throws them run on their back. They are going to be winded. And I don't mean just like a punch to the gut winded. This is imagine getting hit by a car winded. I would say if the throw itself was successful, that fight is actually. Finishing. You could just walk away because it's gonna take them a really really, really long time before they can even get up again. But then let's make the assumption that the really tough in that hasn't winded them. I have to do some kind of follow up move in a judo tournament. The next step is to put on a hold down because you hold them on their back for twenty seconds and that is how you win the fight. Or you do an arm lock in choke now in a street fight holding someone on their back for twenty seconds is almost meaningless because you're just holding them still. And you're actually in a way, giving them a chance to rest, you'd give them a chance to get their breath back or whatever you're not doing much if you're just holding them. Still, maybe you want to hold them still until the police arrive. If that if you know, they're on the way, but that's still going to be minutes and minutes at minutes, it's not going to be twenty thirty seconds like in judo match. So to me, the whole down in this case is not particularly effective. What would be particularly effective is an armlock, which is actually designed to break the elbow. But I wouldn't want to do the one where I'm fully exposed, because an armlock judo is the one where you grab his arm, and then you throw your legs over, and you're actually go down on your back and you use your waist to crank the elbow. And break the you probably see an MA fights when they put them on that way. That one to me leaves you exposed. So I don't know if there's other people around or something else going to happen again. This is a very fluid situation. You don't want to expose yourself that much. So I think ruling him over to his back and doing like an elbow, lock behind the back would be a better secondary. Move. If he's incapacitated enough. It'd be very easy to throw on a choke, then you could knock him unconscious and or kill him if you choose to so those are the judo options, but this is a street fight. And there are no rules. And if you wanna finish someone off, and he's on the ground basically incapacitated for a few seconds and you're not you can just stand on his throat, and that is a horrible thing to say and it's a horrible consideration. But at the end of the day, it's the safest thing for me as the person standing up if the person is lying down in front of me. And if you wanna be extra horrible, you don't stand on his throat, you stump on his throat, and that's pretty much the end of that. But you're also now a murderer. So I think the real answer to this question is realistically, if someone got thrown onto concrete. There's a very good chance or not getting up again anyways, so you probably don't need a follow up move. I've talked about cryptocurrency multiple times on the podcast and Facebook has just announced its crypto currency that will be coming out. It's called libra really the first problem, I had with libra is that libra is a horoscope sign, and it's something that I personally have no faith in so you've named your crypto currency after a concept that is known to be false. Horoscopes are not real. They're not accurate something that many people have a great deal of skepticism about that's not really the problem with Facebook, making crypto currency. But it was the first thing I thought is the, the people they're are trying to reach probably aren't into astrology in the first place. So this, like, zodiac sign naming system, may not have been the best choice. But the real reason I think the Facebook cryptocurrency is gonna fail. Is that crypto currency fence the people who? Already use crypto currency like myself. They generally do not tend to be a Facebook, and that's actually a real problem because the people who will adopt in use your crypto currency are going to be people who are already into crypto currencies, and they're not going to buy from Facebook. Now, the idea of a true crypto currency, if you go back to sort of the white papers that explain, the idea, the concept is that they wouldn't be run by corporations, or by governments, and they wouldn't be something you could censor, this would be true free internet money. But Facebook being a large corporation is subject to laws. And so they will have to declare where money is coming and going so that they can pay taxes. I know they probably don't pay any real taxes, but there is still a process in place, where things get checked so they can cheat properly. Now, the secondary issue is the other group of people, the people who, like Facebook. These are probably people. Who, don't get or understand crypto currency. So you have the people who, like crypto currency probably won't buy crypto currency from Facebook, and you have the people who, like Facebook who probably won't buy crypto currency because they don't really get our understand crypto currency because why would they buy that when they can just use their credit card, and that's the bit? They're missing.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"And draw back across the cook chamber. And so how far is the great from the seven inches minimum. That's kind of my standard. So as far as you would if we had a thousand gallon traditional offset parked right next to this the cook greats would more than likely be lower than mine because if you open these doors, the cook rates are actually up about an inch and half off the door opening, and you know, most forty two inch or thirty six inch diameter. Pits conventional pits that great cook rate's gonna be right around. You know, the mid point these are slightly higher. So that we can get some space between the baffle and the bottom cook. Great. And that's just an effort to not not burn the bottom of whatever working. Yeah. And and usually that's kind of a a problem with the reverse smokers. So can you? Is that pretty easy to mitigate? I mean, this thing seems like runs real smooth. Yeah. We don't I think that that space. Plus, we got some top secret other stuff going on there. Not really we put another another little kicker baffled right at the opening. So that any life lame that is actually drawing into the belly of the cook Jaber is going it will hit that deflector as opposed to hitting the bottom of the actual plate. So that we're not generating like crazy radiant heat right there. So we can cook. A lotta times on this cooker that number four door will be running lower than any of the others. Really? And so we can get a hundred percent use out of it is that what they call like a tuning plate. No. So tuning plate would be if you had like conventional offset cooker, and then you had tuning plates throughout the cook chamber where you could you could space them out to try to get even heat rising throughout the chamber. So you don't need that. Right. I mean, this this is kind of like a solid tuning plate. Well, I mean a little bit. But the the stack on a conventional cooker tuning plates still be on the opposite side of the of the cooker, and you got some awesome features on here. You got some big volts got this big bar that you come out lights on. So that's a that's conduit for future work lights. We were trying to finish this pit in time for Texas monthly barbecue last November. And we got really really close and came up just short. And so then it was like, well, we didn't make it for that. So let we're gonna move on and work on other projects, and we're like a week out from thanksgiving. And we realize we need that cook space for our thanksgiving cook. So we got a just ready enough hold it up to the restaurant cooked on it used it through the holidays through January and then about three weeks ago we had another event, and it was still not ready to go down the road. So we had a pullback in the shop for day put lights on it kind of go over things and finish the log basket. So that we'd be able to use it for for the vents season. See I it's all right there. It's still Easby finished. We're gonna put a grill on it. Like a on the end there. Yeah. Up on the tongue. And a few other things I'm thinking about propane burners. So we have so we have a rig that can go down the road that will do anything we needed to do. But for now, it's it's gonna have a full season here just kind of being being a raw rough-looking beast, and it's nice. You got enough room year kind of sharing with the guys round up some meat. Yeah. That's going to become a theme. It seems like everywhere we go. Somebody needs some space, and we're always happy to have you provide that, that's awesome. So, you know, this is a thousand gallon tank, but you you got a couple of action there. So you can fit almost twice as much. That's right. A normal gallon. Do you does it cook more evenly as far as the two shelves because it's so top is going to run ten to fifteen degrees. Hotter than the bottom, man. I mean, maybe fifteen to twenty five.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"After four thousand gallons of fluoride spilled onto a side street on its way to a storm drain saws crews have also been evacuated has Matt crews keeping their distance as well because of the fumes that could affect respiratory systems plano, based I liberty institute organization they represent Christian causes. They're calling for a department of transportation investigation into whether or not the San Antonio city council violated its own anti-discriminatory discrimination ordinance when it barred Chick-fil-A from going to the airport. Attorney Jeremy die said in a letter to the transportation secretary that a federal grand for airport renovation should be blocked. A violent robbery suspect chased all the way from San Antonio a by ten into sa- gain early today before he pulled a gun and was shot to death by a police officer police Bill McManus said his detectives also discovered he was driving a stolen car. That's suspect taste twice by DPS. Officer before the confrontation and online security secretary Kirsten Nielsen asking for congress for a little more authority to deport and detain migrants. A letter to Capitol Hill leaders, she asked to be granted the authority to return unaccompanied Central American children to their native countries if they quote have no legal right to stay quick. Check of your money on Wall Street. The Dow still up eighty four points. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W dot com. It's brought to you by comfort air engineering. Mark. Glenn Beck ahead. Bud. I look at traffic.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The tanker is full of nearly ten thousand gallons of propane tanker truck, hit the concrete center divide causing debris to go on to the northbound lanes of the four or five that time numerous cars, traveling northbound hit the debris creatine flat tires till we got numerous calls vehicles on the right shoulder. Dealing with a flat tire getting that debris CHP officer western Haber says the driver of the tanker truck was hurt and taken to the hospital crews are working to transfer that propane to another truck, so they can write the other one and toe that one away officials say two hours or more before that happens GOP an airline's planes crashed killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board flight was going from Ethiopia to Kenya. When it crashed if yo- paean airline CEO t to WALDO, debris. Miriam says the pilots sent out a distress. Call and heads. Clearance to return to the airport. All south review that goes to anything because we'll have to comply with the. A regulation to wait for three field because of the accident now the plane went down around eight forty five AM local time the plane was carrying passengers from thirty three countries, including eight people from the US, California Democratic Representative Katie hill since the house oversight committee, chairman Elijah Cummings may refer Michael Cohen to the Justice department for alleged perjury related to last month's testimony. Having said something like I'm going to nail you to the cross. He means it. I mean I've seen him in action. And he's he is not going to let this go. She says she's unaware of Cohen lied to lawmakers. He said he never asked for nor. Would he accept a pardon? From the president Cohen has been sentenced to three years in prison for pleading guilty last year to tax Bank fraud and campaign finance law violations. In addition to lie to congress over the timing of a Trump Tower deal in Moscow to hang gliders have crashed near a beach in LA Hoya this happened around two thirty yesterday afternoon, killing both hang gliders, we saw civilians kind of running down to help. And they were standing over the. Parachutes Blake Birmingham says it appears the guys may have been entwined in the glider cord before falling into the cliffs below. They were strong. There were strong winds at the time Texas Republican Representative will heard says President Trump has gone too far by declaring a national emergency at the southern border. Congress gave this authority that they have the power of the purse to the executive branch in times of emergency. I think we need to claw that back. He says he agrees border security is important and should be a main focus for the president heard says building a thirty foot high concrete structure from see to shining sea is the most expensive and least effective way to do border security. A goat has become the mayor in a small town in Vermont Dakota's named Lincoln, and he's fair havens, honorary mayor a pre K student named Sullivan Clark nominated his grandparents goat after the town manager held an election to raise funds for a new playground town manager Joseph Gunter, says even though the eighty thousand dollar fundraising goal wasn't met the children learned valuable. Vics lesson Lincoln will be required to attend various events as part of his mayoral duties, but he'll be excused from dealing with actual bills. And budgeting. Receive Rivera KFI news. We've got a crash in commerce on.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Let's go to Joe in Anaheim. Joe you're on KABC. Hello. Hey, guys, thanks for taking my call. Couple of questions. I guess I'm a retired public safety officer from the Detroit area and just reared edification public safety. We were cross trained as all these officers and firefighters carrier turn out gear on the truck of our patrol car. Got a fire around we go to the scene and officers would be at the station. They pull the truck, and when we called for mutual aid from other cities, we were confident that those officers slash firefighters responding have the same training that we had there on the same radio frequencies. We knew we could communicate with them. They would check in with into the command like your commentator mentioned earlier. So my concern here at first this is I've ever heard of a private firefighting agency before this is new to me. So my first question is what kind of training. Do these guys have are they able to communicate with municipality firefighters once they get on scene. What are they used for firefighting resources? Are they using CD hydrants, you know, they are they bringing their own water tankers? What are they using the douse the fire? Once they get out of the scene trucks. Only carry about five hundred sometimes you know, thousand gallons of water. So what are they using to extinguish the fire? That I can't answer. I don't know what they use. Sometimes when you deal with private entities like this whether it's security or medical they they come with all of their own equipment. They come with all of their own tools. But I don't know what you would do in a circumstance like this where you do need vast amounts of water, you need a vast amounts of retardant. Sometimes you fight for air. In addition to the ground. Do they have helicopters to? I don't know. I'm curious given your background are you? The word are you offended by this concept. You know? I don't honestly see if I don't know enough about their training. The your your commentator mentioned that these may be retired firefighters, you know, trying to pick up some extra dough and on the side or young firefighters trying to break in trying to get into the business. You're just. It just depends on the level of their professionalism early. These guys, you know, just wannabes that couldn't get on with a, you know, a, you know. So if if everything goes perfectly, well, it'll work out as soon as the problem, no training. No depth. No reaction. Well, there's a reason that professions have professional standards, you talk about certain Cessna planes and professional pilots referred to them as is Dr killers because every doctor can then go out when they reach a certain level of success by their own Cessna. And they next hour. That's cold. Well, that's what they call them. And they go up and the Cessna, and they bring the wife, they bring the kids, and they bring their friends, and they go on vacation to nap are wherever and something goes wrong, and they don't know what to do, but their doctors. So they think there God. And it turns out that frequently. They don't know what they're supposed to do and bad things happen. And professional pilots. Just get driven mad when they hear these stories. All right. Hey, joe. Thanks a lot. Thank you for calling. It was cold. You've never heard that before sisters being referred to as Dr killers was actually kind of funny. You too sick weird. Tara. Motorcycles are the same way. Same thing. Yeah. Talk radio is the same way. Things are going. Well, you're fine. As soon as we hit a wall like this at all goes away. Would you ever try to get a pilot's license? So you could take a plane up on your own. No why not because they have to put in a lot of time. And also, I think I'd get dizzy you're not confident in your abilities in the cockpit. I'd have to put in a lot of hours may because my feeling of this is in life. There's so much that we do it. If it goes wrong, we can handle it if you're up there, and you can handle it. It's over what about a motorcycle? Would you do that? How do you think I got here today? That's why all those Hells Angels were sitting outside. I didn't know they were your escort. You know, they got me through traffic. It was terrific. I would never ever ever become a pilot never tried to get my private licence. Never go. I won't even go up and assessment with people who have the draining. I wouldn't know part of any of that and the test also if you have children, so you're the doctor, and you get your training when do you when you fly your child that's the ultimate test? Right. Well, people in their families died in plane crash. No. I know I know look JFK junior. He was there. Soon to be bride. Nurse sister imagined by the way, if you're the mother of of the bride and the sister, you lose both of your kids terrible all in one day. Our own. Rhonda Kramer pilot. Rondo are you with us? Okay. So you've heard the phrase Dr killer before have you not pilot? I don't really like that. Because I fly I fly Beechcraft. I don't fly Cessnas, but one of those pilots fly fly little ones to even even commercial pilots. John unfairly label doctors as bad pilots. Pilots were bad. I said doctors were killing themselves and their families. Doctors is pilots are bad. Yes. Okay. How long have you been flying? Rhonda October eighty two I got my license, and I often do fly not so much anymore. I'm into scuba diving now that you're mentioning. But am I right about scuba diving anybody can scuba dive as long as everything goes, right? Well, yeah, it's it's not hard. You just have to follow the rules like breathe. Really all you have to do is breathe underwater breed is there any scenario where where you'd go up in a plane with a doctor in the cockpit. I have Dr dre. Drew now now no one wants to fly with me you guys keep saying they're going gonna fly. But well, maybe Dr drew would because he's all into the whole Uber thing. I guess you when they start flying and stuff, maybe he'll go with me these. Well, it sure did you fly over to Catalina? What are lot? Yeah. When I was flying traffic. We would go over there for breaks. Wow. Okay. Did you have a buffalo burger? Burner. Yeah. Okay. Yes. I have not very good. All right. Florida Florida up next eight hundred two two two KABC if you wanna play one eight hundred two two two five two two two. It's the drive home. John Phillips, Steve Edwards infra Jillian seven ninety KABC..

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And it's one of these things people can do if you're in a fire area, and you have a swimming pool. You could high-powered pump. You throw it in the pool in the have several thousand gallons of water at your disposal. So when your mic Fleetwood Heathrow Strom kittens pool, but the have high powered pumps. If you do if you go with the balloon pumper look with also people also purchase this you'll see futons. You'll see I shade earplugs. You'll see under the counter Quayle leads. You'll see those doughnut neck pillows that people travel. You'll see him ROY Donut. And then you'll also see pool punt as well. Water pool. Pump look for that. Yeah. Mic Fleetwood around. I imagine Mick imagine mic some drugs in his day man of a vet advanced age and think of this. But if you chose to go, the Mick Fleetwood route with things that would would you be smart to throw things in your pool to save them from the fire would be smart to put them in like a garbage bag Titus. How does you could it would probably keep the water out for a couple of days? Right. Yeah. I would I would advanced as maybe don't think that quickly. But you know, no. I just think when the fires coming in. And you're yelling where the glad bags. I just really I think when you're Chuck and stuff in your pool. It means it's eminent and you're getting out of there. But that makes sense if got if you have if you have some advanced some good advance notice on the other hand, I don't know. I think maybe. Having having a guitar at the bottom of your pool safer than floating at the top. I don't know because garbage bag would make it. Well, might make it float depending on what it was. I don't know. It was this old story line. Yeah. Well, the switching gears CNN has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for revoking reporter, Jim Acosta's press credentials last week, the White House pulled a cost press pass after he had a heated exchange with Trump during a press conference, and we talked about that a few days ago assault young women. Yeah. That's right. Karate chops CNN argues, quote, the wrongful revocation of these credentials violate CNN, and it cost us first amendment rights of freedom of the press and their fifth amendment rights to do process. Just got a little time out. Well, little like don't be a Mike cog thing. You got sit the next one out then you can come back, and we start hogging the Mike again, then you got to sit the next one. That's what should also let me tell you more dangerous time we're living in this. And time talking about this earlier, fellas. Remember this time, I'll talk to ladies about this. There was a time. So it's like did he assaulted this young intern put his hand on it? Whatever. He is guilty of being a douche and not filibustering, but it's not guilty of a salting anybody. But fellas Dawson, you're with me on this one. There was a time not too long ago say it's come back to two thousand when we could have looked forward to this intern doing a spread in playboy because what Hefner would do is get hold of anybody of any notoriety and then start cutting checks and at some point four months from now there'd be the intern. The microphone was at ten twelve. Fifteen your sweet spot of your names in the news. Did they get hit naked or this'll be a little counterintuitive dollars to get? No, if you were anything above a six and a half and your name was around somebody came call now not everyone bit, but some dead. So even someone who claims they were assaulted would be naked in the next issue. No, I said four months, there's lead heart now that we already printing the next issue brain subscribers get them two weeks early. She's making talking gibberish now. Someone who can do the news doesn't think she was assaulted. She's just grant I saying for playboy was that anybody's cute any any anybody who's over eighteen who was attractive who is in a news cycle would be offered playboy. Absolutely..

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Bill. And, Lynnwood, Washington hey Bill thanks for watching. Free speech TV what's? On your mind Well I didn't loan you. Get, to, talk to you Mr. Hartman thank. You Bill what's up Hey. I've, got an excellent. Blurred exchange to the so cathartic and. Makes. Donald Trump almost. Watchable okay So every time Donald Trump says news I just substitute word. Air I can watch, him and your internal dialogue Donald Trump is about the fake air I love it Yeah it's a. Little NLP trick here you're changing, your internal dialogue which is what cognitive behavioral therapy which came out of an IT is all. About and. That that's great The Bill thanks for? The, thanks for the smile that. Was a good one I really, like that that was a very good one Irwin in Missoula Montana haywar when what's, on your mind today Oh yes am Visualize the greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the United. States, and. Worldwide I looked at all the newest government studies and whatnot What I what I came up with this pretty putting, the CO two into pounds and the volume into gallons. And specifically swimming pool to thirty thousand gallons swimming pool Okay Kurt. Currently in the United States per capita we re? House gas emissions, is about forty four thousand pounds of. CO two now that, would be, about ninety six swimming pools are you sure you're not mixing pounds and gallons there's five point. Six pounds to a gallon of gasoline I don't know water but I I remember gasoline when I was a pilot, would be the volume of the CO two gas so CO two gas. Okay And it would that would that forty four thousand pounds. Of CO two gas that's going to feel a lot more of a a. Bunch of swimming. Pools Yeah well that's The, numbers I mean maybe it's compressed. To. A, liquid But it. Has a, gap that would be ninety feeling The. Liquid it would be much left but as be more but I guess. The main thing is is the forty four thousand pounds, I'm sure that number is right, each one of us one hundred or two hundred pounds. But we're producing forty four thousand pounds of carbon dioxide do you know what the number? Is on a per capita basis for, Europe or China I'm not sure that or Japan globally For everyone it's it's. About thirty two hundred pounds so so it's an order of magnitude more than an order? Of magnitude greater fourteen times more yeah States Numbers I broke it down a lot more I won't take up any more your time but I. Guess those were the points I wanted to we do have a. Huge carbon footprint here. In the United States we drive. Big cars we, eat a lot of meat and you, know when we consume a lot of products many of which are manufactured in high carbon countries and. Ships to us in high carbon vehicles Giant ships and, brings and thank you for the call that's fascinating I appreciate your show we'll be right back.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on KOMO

"Harare environmental spill on january twenty fifteen happened after a valve on a ten thousand gallon tank ruptured the olympic in reports the spill led several businesses near the ports marine terminal to evacuate while some employees were asked to stay indoors the mother of a young snohomish county man killed in a shooting in two thousand sixteen has filed a wrongful death suit against her son's convicted killer komo's eric heintz reports jacob along was one of three people killed at a house party in mukilteo after graduating from high school the suit filed by autumn snyder also names the adopt appearance of alan ivan off who's serving a life sentence but does not list a dollar amount the everett herald reports the complaint focuses on ivankov's mental state and what his parents may have known about it before the shooting it alleges he had a long history of behavior problems at grew worse after his break up with one of the shooting victims eric heintz komo news us secretary of state mike pompeo trying to smooth over tensions following meetings with north korean leaders in recent days retired army general barry mccaffrey now lives in seattle and says secretary pompeo has a tough job the one important data point for the american people to follow is will the north koreans fully declare their nuclear program in writing and then agreed extra verification if they won't you have nothing and my position is an going to do that north korean leaders accused the us of making gangster like denuclearization demands more legal trouble for a former seattle seahawk brandon browner the thirtythreeyearold who last played in the nfl in two thousand sixteen is accused of breaking into the l a area home of a former girlfriend over the weekend threatening and assaulting her then stealing a rolex watch before leaving browner faces several charges including burglary kidnapping false imprisonment and violating a restraining order last month browner entered a plea of no contest to battery and child cruelty charges indicates involving the mother of two of his children komo news time one ten which sports at ten and forty past the hour with tom glasgow who's talking baseball it's an off day for the mariners they'll get back at it tomorrow on the road in anaheim threegame series with the angels before a rematch with the rockies in denver colorado came to town to two out of three against the m's who did win yesterday and some good news off the field three of their players heading to the all star game is represented lives of the american league nelson cruz mitch haniger closer at wendy is not making the cut despite really good first half of the season starting pitcher james paxton and shortstop jean cigar although cigar could steal punch his ticket to the game he is one of the final five still eligible for fan voting to grab the final spot on the american league roster you can vote for gene and mlb dot com or mariners dot com meanwhile the ems three and a half games behind houston for.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"1100 let us know uh what uh what you were seeing this morning with tell you're currently seeing over in west fargo uh whether or not you have any concerns that we mabel to get some information and pass along for you as we continue to work covered the fire out in west fargo off of maine a tanker fire a magellan tanka bought a thirty thousand gallon magellan tank currently on fire rug was forego mayor said they could possibly have started in a pipe area leaking than from the inside out we are standing by an awaiting a briefing scott henin is live over after the west forego city hall us got anything to add at the moment before a we stand by to be prepared to take that a briefing well i just heard curious you mentioned exposing did you hear somebody say there was an explosion i the tank was leaking and the few outside of the tank uh started on players who i'm i i guess i did now split i didn't think there was an actual explosion of or anything that would causing no you hear different way nope nope i have i'm just curious residents in the area over in west margolis there was anything than may ever have have triggered them outside of the site of smoker flames uh if if there was any audible noise that that they may have heard in west fargo would cheat chief dan fuller says that there is little risk of an explosion but again saying everyone know should be inside in that area to to remain safe so just putting it out there for our listeners in are listening audience say if they had anything else too and we do have a caller into the line looks like they are dropped off at the moment but to we are encouraging folks if they have any other additional information from what they may have seen or heard the morning to give us a call a two seven one 1100 two seven one.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Where i eat pigs water tomase and sometimes in extraordinarily large about it's surprising uh a simple cotton teeshirts ten paid you know as much as seven hundred gallons most of that to grow the cotton out of the field so look at your daily life and walk through it what you eat what you're wearing the energy that you use and of course the water that you use at home both to water your your guard as well as to drink in cook and take a shower with it adds up on average if you're an average american it adds up to about two thousand gallons a day a day day two thousand gallons a day most of that about half of people is in your diet it just takes a lot of water to grow crops whether you're growing officially or not it takes a lot of water those crops have to transpire water to grow and so the synthesize at full a lot of our of our of our water footprint is tied up in food energy as about a third every time you fill up your car with gasoline every gallon of gas takes about thirteen gallons of water base consume martin doyle jump in here human consumption of water what has been most surprising to you in the context of your research and a look at america's rivers well it's a i i would echo who would center said is uh i think both of us are optimists about this i think the reality is setting in that there's got to be some adjustments on things and i think that would i have been most surprised about has been a disaster matic pitted that's been happening um one of the most surprising things to me is how many start a technology.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Where i eat pigs water tomase and sometimes in extraordinarily large about it's surprising uh a simple cotton teeshirts ten paid you know as much as seven hundred gallons most of that to grow the cotton out of the field so look at your daily life and walk through it what you eat what you're wearing the energy that you use and of course the water that you use at home both to water your your guard as well as to drink in cook and take a shower with it adds up on average if you're an average american it adds up to about two thousand gallons a day a day day two thousand gallons a day most of that about half of people is in your diet it just takes a lot of water to grow crops whether you're growing officially or not it takes a lot of water those crops have to transpire water to grow and so the synthesize at full a lot of our of our of our water footprint is tied up in food energy as about a third every time you fill up your car with gasoline every gallon of gas takes about thirteen gallons of water base consume martin doyle jump in here human consumption of water what has been most surprising to you in the context of your research and a look at america's rivers well it's a i i would echo who would center said is uh i think both of us are optimists about this i think the reality is setting in that there's got to be some adjustments on things and i think that would i have been most surprised about has been a disaster matic pitted that's been happening um one of the most surprising things to me is how many start a technology.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Where i eat pigs water tomase and sometimes in extraordinarily large about it's surprising uh a simple cotton teeshirts ten paid you know as much as seven hundred gallons most of that to grow the cotton out of the field so look at your daily life and walk through it what you eat what you're wearing the energy that you use and of course the water that you use at home both to water your your guard as well as to drink in cook and take a shower with it adds up on average if you're an average american it adds up to about two thousand gallons a day a day day two thousand gallons a day most of that about half of people is in your diet it just takes a lot of water to grow crops whether you're growing officially or not it takes a lot of water those crops have to transpire water to grow and so the synthesize at full a lot of our of our of our water footprint is tied up in food energy as about a third every time you fill up your car with gasoline every gallon of gas takes about thirteen gallons of water base consume martin doyle jump in here human consumption of water what has been most surprising to you in the context of your research and a look at america's rivers well it's a i i would echo who would center said is uh i think both of us are optimists about this i think the reality is setting in that there's got to be some adjustments on things and i think that would i have been most surprised about has been a disaster matic pitted that's been happening um one of the most surprising things to me is how many start a technology.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Where i eat pigs water tomase and sometimes in extraordinarily large about it's surprising uh a simple cotton teeshirts ten paid you know as much as seven hundred gallons most of that to grow the cotton out of the field so look at your daily life and walk through it what you eat what you're wearing the energy that you use and of course the water that you use at home both to water your your guard as well as to drink in cook and take a shower with it adds up on average if you're an average american it adds up to about two thousand gallons a day a day day two thousand gallons a day most of that about half of people is in your diet it just takes a lot of water to grow crops whether you're growing officially or not it takes a lot of water those crops have to transpire water to grow and so the synthesize at full a lot of our of our of our water footprint is tied up in food energy as about a third every time you fill up your car with gasoline every gallon of gas takes about thirteen gallons of water base consume martin doyle jump in here human consumption of water what has been most surprising to you in the context of your research and a look at america's rivers well it's a i i would echo who would center said is uh i think both of us are optimists about this i think the reality is setting in that there's got to be some adjustments on things and i think that would i have been most surprised about has been a disaster matic pitted that's been happening um one of the most surprising things to me is how many start a technology.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Where i eat pigs water tomase and sometimes in extraordinarily large about it's surprising uh a simple cotton teeshirts ten paid you know as much as seven hundred gallons most of that to grow the cotton out of the field so look at your daily life and walk through it what you eat what you're wearing the energy that you use and of course the water that you use at home both to water your your guard as well as to drink in cook and take a shower with it adds up on average if you're an average american it adds up to about two thousand gallons a day a day day two thousand gallons a day most of that about half of people is in your diet it just takes a lot of water to grow crops whether you're growing officially or not it takes a lot of water those crops have to transpire water to grow and so the synthesize at full a lot of our of our of our water footprint is tied up in food energy as about a third every time you fill up your car with gasoline every gallon of gas takes about thirteen gallons of water base consume martin doyle jump in here human consumption of water what has been most surprising to you in the context of your research and a look at america's rivers well it's a i i would echo who would center said is uh i think both of us are optimists about this i think the reality is setting in that there's got to be some adjustments on things and i think that would i have been most surprised about has been a disaster matic pitted that's been happening um one of the most surprising things to me is how many start a technology.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Where i eat pigs water tomase and sometimes in extraordinarily large about it's surprising uh a simple cotton teeshirts ten paid you know as much as seven hundred gallons most of that to grow the cotton out of the field so look at your daily life and walk through it what you eat what you're wearing the energy that you use and of course the water that you use at home both to water your your guard as well as to drink in cook and take a shower with it adds up on average if you're an average american it adds up to about two thousand gallons a day a day day two thousand gallons a day most of that about half of people is in your diet it just takes a lot of water to grow crops whether you're growing officially or not it takes a lot of water those crops have to transpire water to grow and so the synthesize at full a lot of our of our of our water footprint is tied up in food energy as about a third every time you fill up your car with gasoline every gallon of gas takes about thirteen gallons of water base consume martin doyle jump in here human consumption of water what has been most surprising to you in the context of your research and a look at america's rivers well it's a i i would echo who would center said is uh i think both of us are optimists about this i think the reality is setting in that there's got to be some adjustments on things and i think that would i have been most surprised about has been a disaster matic pitted that's been happening um one of the most surprising things to me is how many start a technology.

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"thousands gallons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"thousands gallons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Driveway lisa demands child pregnant wife were inside waiting for him to get home yesterday morning when a speeding car plowed into the man's car he had been turning into the driveway of his apartment complex officials say the driver who caused the crash may have been street racing the eighteen year old is facing charges of dui driving without a license and rose vehicular manslaughter a 747 jetliner converted to fight fires is one step closer to beginning operations in california why are aviation dot com says the us forest service has issued interim approval for the jet to be used in california the plane could drop up to nineteen thousand gallons of fly retard or water at a time the us forest service was only issuing permits for planes that could drop up to five thousand gallons per pass the jet got federal approval for interim use last january to allow for testing in the us but because it was the rainy season it wasn't tested on fires in its permit expired the forest service says the new interim permit is for seventeen months to prove the jet can't perform larry parral kfi news president trump's new chief of staff takes over the white house this week trump announced on friday that rights pre this would be replaced by the homeland security secretary who is retired general john kelly previous left shortly after trump's new communications director anthony scaramucci gave a vulgar magazine review where he seemed to accuse priebus of leaking confidential information australia's as it has stopped a terrorist plan to bring down an airliner australian transport minister darren chester says airports are responding with more intense baggage screening the government certainly sorry for the inconvenience caused to the traveling public that we make no apology for making safety absolute party our number one priority for men were arrested in sydney over the weekend two australian men from lebanon along with their two sons newspapers are reporting that islamist extremists wanted to fill a plane with poison gas and use a homemade bomb disguised as small kitchen appliance australian officials would not comment on those reports about.

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