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Top Day Trip Destinations from Tokyo

Pure Life Podcast

08:39 min | 1 year ago

Top Day Trip Destinations from Tokyo

"We spoke we were talking about getting in and out of Tokyo some of the things to do and Tokyo and we kinda hinted at other areas that we could explore the which are either day-trips outside of Tokyo or areas. That are arranged getaways. Exactly exactly so usually Tokyo is a good hub to start from. It's accessible you can get in and out of IT EASY. Great hotels lots of stuff to do. But if you're adventurous and you WANNA head on outside of Tokyo. There's some really cool places at Tokyo when you go to Japan right well. Yeah I mean there's there's plenty to do and to do in Tokyo but if time allows exactly so we wanted to share with your couple of short trips that you can easily take you in and out of a Tokyo and we're GonNa hit you know several of those cities so last we talked we were talking about getting around via Jr. the Japanese rail and within Tokyo even from all the major airports you can get into Tokyo central really really easily. And when you hit stations like Tokyo station or even Shinjuku or Yokohama. There are Shinkon San or the the bullet trains that can take you to all other parts of Japan. And so we're gonNA talk about you. Know How you cruise around from Tokyo to other places using the railroad jerry. Easy probably the most convenient way to do it. Is Well well. I've always taken a car over my grandpa drove or my dad. Or however you remember Susan when we've traveled as family that we've always kind of jumped on. We have a car as well but Wisconsin took the Shinkansen to bigger family right so anyway so the first one that we WANNA hit. This is the city call. Hakuna I'm sure a lot of people have seen this word on a guidebooks more from friends or people who's been there. It's a very popular destination. It's an easy weekend getaway in Japan when we talk about Hakuna. Japanese people have to hit hot spring over very well known area. It's a it's a hot spring resort area it right and then you can see a beautiful Mount Fuji. Oh my gosh now. In good reason why. That's the center. Excuse me hot. Spring areas because Mount Fuji is there and IT'S A. It's still a dorm but it's an active volcano if you will. It's the tallest in Japan that is correct. Fuji IS THE HIGHEST VOLCANO IN JAPAN. At over three thousand seven hundred meters or twelve thousand feet and is the second highest volcano in an oven island in all of Asia. I'm an international treasury. Yes absolutely in. It is one of the more prominent symbols of Japan. Yes Yup it's so pretty and it's worth going. Who's the Hukou on Easel National Park Now? I sound very Japanese. It's west of Tokyo. If you look at the map of Japan right right and it takes about eighty five minutes an hour and a half or two hours if you take a probably the easiest way you WanNa take a train is by Docu or Docu. Od A K Y you railway docu railway operates. It runs between Tokyo Shinjuku Station to GonNa Yumoto station. Okay and one way journey. I think there are a couple of different types of nanny. It's a limited express right right and then the other one is a little bit slower Express trains coupon right. But I think it's like a little bit over my two thousand. Three hundred men check the rate. You know the latest one but It's it's a very reasonable and you can also take a bus in like I said I when I was younger. We always just drove. Takes a while on the traffic begins. We always travel during the holiday seasons. Four hours you know five hours Roy Moore. I know so. We highly recommend that. It's this whole amount area. The Hukou owner area in capacity hakuna shrine. Which is a Shinto shrine. And it's just a there are tons of hot springs. The food is great is easy access from Tokyo. I really really highly recommended such a pretty area to visit and there's such a variety of things to do over there as well. I mean not only do you have this magnificent view of famous Mount Fuji? I mean on a clear day. Perhaps you can see Mount Fuji and the distance from Tokyo. It is southwest of Tokyo. Roughly about one hundred kilometers southwest to Tokyo and again it dominates the western Side of the prefecture there. But when you get up towards it and you can see it in all its majestic beauty. It's quite breathtaking. Very lovely so just a few things. You know that I can point out the fun things to do the top attractions in Hukou Hukou hot springs. Oh my gosh is there are a lot of them so you like hot springs. I think it's like a must do and in from our talks about The shoe were big fans of average super clean. It's the scenery that surrounds hot springs and the hospitality. And it's multi course. Meal comes within. It's nothing like you know our Western style. Spa It's a very different immersive experiences. Definitely some you should check out. Troy experienced one hundred percent and other attractions. The other one is a good unease very very famous e you can also smell the so far though soul. I but it's the it's a crater created by the last major eruption of Mount Hakuna and one of the interesting thing is they sell these eggs as you see them everywhere throw in. It's called healthy eggs and and they believe it adds seven years to your life if you eat eggs about if you want to give a shot. Hey who can? Who can't use another seven years right? Come on yeah but but Walker done is actually quite a site. The big crater. It's interesting yeah. It's really quite something and when the weather is nice spring summertime fall is beautiful with leaves changing color one about lake. Ashi no go A. S. H. I. N. O. K. O. R. She no-go it's a lake. It's it's a Caldera Lake. It's just a picturesque. You get a beautiful view of Mount Fuji. You when you go there. There are a lot of like a boat trips that you can take. That's another run on. Luger attraction there that if you go to coney area I I really recommend that as one of the attractions you can go and check it out. Oh I haven't mentioned the the very famous Hakone Shrine Omega. Gosh Yes oh my God. This is so famous you need to go check it out right. It's it said it's located at the end of the lake. Ashi NOCCO that I just talked about It's in a forested area. You see lanterns and Tori literally you gauge. The regular dance right. Yeah it marks the entrance to the shrine And it's pretty impressive. That's really pretty absolutely and just to see those those gates as you know because I don't know something about that. It just reminds me of Japan. We've seen them in different shrines and stuff like that. Oh my God. Spectacular blends in with the scenery in a bill. Leads you to the entrance of the shrines. And it's just it's absolutely spectacular to

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'Smoke in the Cockpit' With Greg Soter

There I Was...

10:24 min | 1 year ago

'Smoke in the Cockpit' With Greg Soter

"Gregg welcome to the there. I was podcast. Thank you Richard. It's a delight to be with you. I appreciate the request. I do want to warn our listeners. This particular incident does involve a fatality and so You know we may deal with some sensitive subjects as we go on so please be aware of that. Do you mind Greg. Sharing with us The events of those day in that one seventy two and tell us what happened. I'd be happy do things Richard couple of years ago. In the spring of the year I had been invited by a local High Tech Company. Here in Utah to fly for them. They manufacture factor very sophisticated radar gear. That has to be tested from the air and they owned a couple of older well experienced well seasoned one seventy twos and and basically what they have their pilots dues. They had taken all the backseat equipment out the seats and so forth and stacked their gear in the backseat area luxury and they would periodically have pilots go up and flight test tracks to test their radar. which has had to be tested from the air it typically that have applied it left seat of course and one of their engineers most typically a non pilot in the right seat and we would go up and fly I track after track after track. these were pretty challenging tracks. You have to keep the position to the airplane Within dozens thousands of feet so that was a little bit challenging but beyond that they were just absolutely mindless well. One morning. June gorgeous gorgeous late. June morning I had been asked to go out and do one of these flights for them so got out to the airport Pre flighted both planes. Since I didn't know which the two I was going to be fine and while I was waiting for the engineering crew to get there and Ended up flying one of the planes Got The equipment On the plane and hooked up up and tested ready to go feel the plane to full fuel and got off the ground and headed down to a little place in the nearby mountains. Utah's generally early mountainous area and We were assigned to go down. Probably I don't know fifty sixty miles away from the Spanish Spanish Work Airport. Where would you parted and to fly these tracks you mentioned? These tracks are very specific profiles in terms of altitudes tatooed headings and perhaps air speeds even and your whole job is to fly these as precisely as you can so that they can measure the accuracy of the reiter later on board is that is that what you're doing that is exactly true. Drove me nuts. I mean I'M A. I'm a reasonably good pilot but I had not been used to maintaining headings and position and so forth within dozens of feet but they've got pretty sophisticated. GPS gear there to to show you where you need to be and yeah so very very precise trout interesting okay. We had been flying I just North South tracks and then or being circular tracks we'd been flying nine for oh I guess Yearly two hours and the engineer in the right seat said Greg we've got smoke in the cockpit Pitt. And that certainly caught my attention. I looked down between my legs and Sure enough there was smoke laughing up Under the seat between my I feed and his feet. No I'm thinking through a one. Seventy two and down on the floor of a typical one seventy two. There's nothing there that would would create an electrical fire. There's no real wires running underneath there to my knowledge is that correct that is correct and let me add to that my first action that I remember taking was reached over and of course in one seventy to go on the speed we were going. You can open the windows Heasley enough gorgeous summer day so I Often my window on the left side and reached over open his window and I also opened. The little soup can vent. I called the Campbell Soup. Net up at the wing root on my aside and that did a very effective job of evacuating the smoke. So that was first thing and I don't remember a time during this whole incident when I smoke accumulated enough to create visibility problems inside the carpet and now at that time were you able to discern was it. Electrical will smoke. Was it engine related smoke. You know the difference between engine related usually black smoke electricals typically light-colored smoke any of that going through your mind were able to. I select what the smoke was and where it's coming from absolutely I. As soon as I had the vending issue dealt with that took me probably a second to second something like that. I look over my right shoulder to the back of the airplane because there was nothing coming up around the firewall but I looked over my right shoulder to the back. The plane rolled. The electric equipment was and Dang I look back there and there was a great big open flame on top of their equipment. Wow you could see that did you can actually see the flame. Oh it was probably six to eight inches high and maybe three to four inches in diameter just burning away just burning away like a little campfire campfire at some point. In time I had been taught if you have got an open flame in an airplane I order business is get that that plane on the ground right now that. Yeah so that thought occurred to me and and this next part. I'm a little embarrassed about but My the first impression was to turn north and head back to the airport from which we had departed which was probably. I don't know ten minutes away. Something like that and I had actually started the north turn and then immediately I thought to myself soda. That is a bad idea. You could easily be a a flaming torch by the time. You got back to Spanish fork to land this thing so I've been in that idea again in about a second and a half then my next Idea was that well. I'm getting this plane on the ground so I started looking around for an emergency landing spot. Couple of factors actress entered into that We were in some Pretty pretty significant foothills I. I won't call them. Mountains back year amounting to us is ten or twelve thousand feet high but these were pretty significant foothills and as I looked around to find the emergency landing spot. I didn't see anything that I thought was appropriate. Appropriate looked left. Looked right now now nothing there. Nothing there of course they still had power no problem there. But because I couldn't spot got a place that I thought was suitable. We had a two lane highway immediately. Below us is highway. Eighty nine and I hit also always been taught that off road or better options than on-road because Traffic of course and be possible. The power lines. Well I'd never had this experience ever had the choice or opportunity decide. Well do I land on the road or do I land somewhere else but given that there were no obvious places elsewhere. I decided well eighty nine. It is that's where I'm going and I'll take my chances. In retrospect I went back down to that but I've been at that site on several occasions since and have looked around and stood there and looking said well Greg you know you could landed ended there you could land it over. There could landed here there and That's Monday morning quarterbacking. I guess but I in retrospect if they're probably worth some places I could have landed might have You know done some pretty serious damage to the plane but not nearly as serious as what turned out to be the case. Yeah the the great difference being you came back when you were at zero nuts one g and all the hindsight available to you without the stress of being airborne in an opened fire in your airplane so a little different situation to assess all the factors that were in front of you in such a short period of time. Thank you Richard. That was very generous. Assume you well you know. I do think it's a hallmark of aviation one of the things that we've seen time and time again on this podcast. Is People like yourself come in an regardless of how well they handled it and the situation ended up. They'll go back and say you know what I could have done what I should have done and I think. That's so admirable admirable and such a powerful part of aviation that no matter how well we do or how we fly. We always go back and debrief ourselves to perfection. And I think it's one of the reasons why we've just continued to progress and become safer and safer jelly aces. That's a big part of our culture. Well I agree and Going back to Being in the air with this open flame in the cockpit after I decided that I was going to land on eighty nine. I decided well I'm GonNa do a quick quick little Mayday broadcast I hear so I quickly dialed up one. Twenty one five and did a mayday call outs in Our number location the fact that we had a fire on board and I was intending to doing -mergency landing was extremely comforting to have some southwest pilot respond immediately to my mayday call. Don't know who that guy was. But he's brother and I love him and I'll I'll thank him forever for Make can hit response and I as I recall he said he would notify center or notify. ATC TC so as soon as I was over I decided okay. I'm I'm done with radio. It's time to fly this airplane. I'm guessing that I was probably at about fifteen hundred yell at that point in time when you first notice the flame or probably I think I was at two thousand when I first noticed the flame. Okay and by the by the time I had Discovered what was going on. You know started my turn that I aborted and made the the mayday call. I'm and this is I guess I I wish I had better memory of the details of this but I'm thinking I was at about fifteen hundred assuming I would have descended and maybe five hundred feet a medic. That gave me three minutes to deal with this whole situation Hey you know that in one sense that's a long time

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Why were tourists allowed on White Island?

ABC Perspective

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Why were tourists allowed on White Island?

"One of them white island had consistently taken people on an offer tours for years even though scientists had recently said the threat of eruption was growing walking on white island did erupt sending scalding ash into the air and killing at least sixteen people leaving dozens with severe burns now questions are being asked as to why people were allowed so close to the volcano in the first place ABC's Marcus Morris in New Zealand with more he's known as busy lives okay this election was totally unexpected staggering video shot by a tourist only moments after the deadly eruption capturing the horror as it unfolds forty seven people including nine Americans were on guided visits to white island popular tourist destination when it erupted Monday Ashe sewing twelve thousand feet into the air American Michael shade was at the whim of the volcano with his family he had just left the island twenty minutes before he wrapped we do not believe anybody or else

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"New Jersey just over the Hudson River after an hours long shoot out a bodega multiple people are also reportedly killed Green Line surveys is running again in downtown Boston and the power department has completed repairs to the overhead wires damaged by earlier problems near Park Street police are investigating a fatal incident involving a tree service worker police and fire responded to Greenwood street around eleven o'clock this morning in Wakefield for a report of a man who had been seriously injured he was pronounced dead at the scene community members are invited to a candlelight vigil tonight in memory of Pete frailties who died after a battle with ale lasted vigil will be held at six PM in Pete's parka Middlebury lane Freddy's hometown of Beverly president trump is weighing and after being formally impeached by Congress house Democrats announced two articles of impeachment one accusing the president of abuse of power the other obstruction of Congress CBS news legal contributor Rebecca row he says if the full house approves ominous Senate convicts him senators now have two options one would be simply removal from office and the second would be removal and disqualification because this is the first time in modern history that we have a president who is a first term president being impeached it's significant because if he is removed and disqualified many can't runs in twenty twenty president trump says he has done nothing wrong meanwhile the president is praising the agreement with Democrats allowing a new trade deal between the US Canada and Mexico to move forward it's been one of his priorities house speaker Nancy Pelosi offered her support for the deal following negotiations on labor standards to decorate for America's workers it's one that we take great pride in advancing the deal adds new rules for manufacturing in tough ins environmental protections among other updates but economists gusto Shea says it's not a dramatic trade overall I don't see a big change between what we had previously with nafta in what we had with US MCA the biggest takeaway is is that things aren't going to change much in the relationship between the the three north American trading partners Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington a new study from Congress finds that migrant children spend time in jail like facilities while there are being detained many of these kids are also kept away from their parents for as much as three months or longer CBS news reporter Graham Kate says these facilities can be very traumatic for children we know that every day in custody for a child is kind of see it as a loss Daddy psychologically even if the place is very nice said it follows all the rules and does all the best practices for keeping a child in custody each day that they're not now but they call home like setting or at least restrictive setting is considered a day that is traumatic for the child and that's based on a wealth of psychological research of the roughly four thousand migrant children it currently in US custody the majority are placed in non secure facilities I have fewer restrictions than the secure once the immigration issue has reached fever pitch in one area of the nation here CBS's Jim crystalline to explain the burly county North Dakota county commission voted three to two to accept no more than twenty five refugees next year several immigrants spoke before the vote don't be selfish offer your doorstep because we have seen a lot we have been through a lot it is the diversity that we have leaders of the county home to ninety five thousand people including the state capital city of Bismarck initially indicated they would be the first of the nation the band refugees since president Donald Trump order that states and counties should have the power to do so Jim chrysalis CBS news rescue efforts are still on hold as a situation in New Zealand white island remains very dangerous volcanic eruption on one of its islands killed at least six people Taurus from a royal Caribbean cruise ship ovation of the seas were visiting the uninhabited island one of okay no exploded ABC's markets more reports on the people who try to help their fellow Taurus father and daughter Jeff in Liliana Hopkins were in their tour boat when the volcano erupted and they turn that boat around to begin the rescue we just started to treat people the best we could but everybody was horrific we had twenty three on the part that we had and five of those I'm now deceased rescue helicopters calming the island lifting some of the injured back to shore for treatment but so far first responders have not been able to return forty seven people including nine Americans were out the wall curry volcano Monday when erupted ash soaring twelve thousand feet into the air dozens of people remain in the hospital most of them suffering from severe burns all over their bodies a search and rescue effort is under way off the southern coast of South America here's correspondent bills and for a massive effort is under way to find an aircraft that disappeared on a flight from southern Chile to Antarctica the Chilean Air Force C. one thirty Hercules was carrying seventeen crew members and twenty one passengers to the jelly in base in Antarctica when contact was lost it's believed the aircraft was about half way to its destination at the time Air Force officials have so far not been able to locate the Hercules C. one thirty transport but based on the number of hours a has been missing the determiner likely crashed again a massive search and rescue mission is ongoing a pilot is killed after small cargo plane crashes in South Texas the Federal Aviation Administration FAA says air traffic controllers lost radio contact with the single engine Cessna two oh eight shortly after eight PM Monday near the city of Victoria that's about a hundred twenty five miles southwest of Houston the wreckage of the plane was later found in a field north of Victoria and authorities in Texas confirm the pilot was killed the plane had been contracted to carry UPS packages it was traveling from Victoria to Houston this is an active an on going investigation another member of the bush family is now attempting to enter politics here's more from CBS is not Piper here's bush a grandson of late president George H. W. bush says he's running for Congress the non profit executive will be running for Texas is twenty second congressional district in the Houston area he joins a crowded Republican primary with a familiar name former president George W. bush who also served as governor of Texas is his uncle his father knew Neil bush is a well known businessman and investor and his cousin George P. bush is the Texas land commissioner the Republican primary will be held in March in addition to facing a primary were nine other Republican candidates have already filed three Democrats have to back Piper CBS news how long your commute will be tomorrow's weather today was impossible there's a place we can news first world easy Boston's news radio traffic on the way the following is a commercial enough it's the money minute I'm Joni see I mean with Paula Larry Welch ninety three financial group we were talking about what how what you have to do with selling real estate but what happens when we inherit really yeah we talked about the tax consequences Joni SL a residence you have the capital gains exemption or if you sell a second home vacation home income property there could be a much more capital gains old if when you sell it but when you inherit real estate it's much better one in regards to taxes okay what happens when you inherit real estate you get what is called the date of death step up in cost basis to say you inherit a property from your parents and they and the if they pay two hundred thousand dollars but the property is now worth seven hundred thousand dollars well when you inherit that is like you paid seven hundred thousand dollars for it because you get the data the death step up in basis you can sell it for seven hundred and there's no.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Uninhabited island one of all Queneau exploded ABC's markets more reports on the people who try to help their fellow Taurus father and daughter Jeff Philly ani Hopkins were in their tour boat when the volcano erupted and they turn that boat around to begin the rescue we just started to treat people they know the best we could but everybody was horrific we had twenty three on the part that we had and five of those are now deceased rescue helicopters calming the island lifting some of the injured back to shore for treatment but so far first responders have not been able to return forty seven people including nine Americans were on there why curry volcano Monday when it erupted after soaring twelve thousand feet into the air dozens of people remain in the hospital most of them suffering from burns all over their bodies a search and rescue effort is under way on the southern coast of South America here's correspondent bills and for a massive effort is under way to find an aircraft that disappeared on a flight from southern Chile to Antarctica the Chilean Air Force C. one thirty Hercules was carrying seventeen crew members and twenty one passengers to the jelly and base in Antarctica when contact was lost it's believed the aircraft was about half way to its destination at the time Air Force officials so far have not been able to locate the Hercules C. one thirty transport but based on the number of hours a has been missing they determine a likely crash again a search and rescue mission is on going a pilot is killed after small cargo plane crashes in South Texas the Federal Aviation Administration FAA says air traffic controllers lost radio contact with the single engine Cessna two oh eight shortly after eight PM Monday near the city of Victoria that's about a hundred twenty five miles southwest of Houston the wreckage of the plane was later found in a field north of Victoria and authorities in Texas confirms the pilot was killed the plane had been contracted to carry UPS packages I was traveling from Victoria to Houston this is an ongoing investigation drive around Boston for a living therefore please call the State Street thank long medical please WBZ thank you for getting our listeners to their destination thanks a lot thank you the city WBZ's with you on the line tell your driver to put on WBZ ten thirty I like to stay caught up Boston's news radio traffic in the threes in ninety seconds attention investors sick of market ups and.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Only need to buy one gift for another person it's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning Jennifer to shrink it is back with three big things you need to know number one Gordon house Democrats today will announce articles of impeachment outlining the case against president trump in a historic move that has only been taking a few times throughout the nation's history Democrats plan to announce at least two articles abuse of a power and obstruction of Congress and are still debating a third obstruction of justice the announcement will happen during a morning news conference number two according to thousands of pages of documents obtained by The Washington Post at the federal government across three White House administrations misled the public about failures of the Afghanistan war often suggesting success where it didn't exist the documents revealed deep frustrations about the U. S. is conduct in the Afghanistan war including an ever changing US strategy struggles to develop an effective Afghan fighting force and persistent failures to defeat the Taliban and combat corruption throughout the government the documents quote officials close to the eighteen year war effort describing a campaign by the US government to distort the grim reality of the war number three at least five people are dead eight are reported missing and authorities are fearing the worst after a volcano erupted Monday at a popular tourist site in New Zealand several dozen visitors including some from a royal Caribbean cruise ship and were on or near white island when it erupted releasing thick clouds of ash about twelve thousand feet into the air New Zealand police deputy commissioner John Thames when it.

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Tourists missing after deadly New Zealand volcano eruption

Dr. Daliah

06:26 min | 2 years ago

Tourists missing after deadly New Zealand volcano eruption

"So many of us woke up here in this tragic news of white islands located twenty nine miles off of new Zealand's North Island had erupted five people confirmed dead and eighteen injured and more than twenty people are thought to be missing police say there have been no signs of life from the island no more survivors are expected to be found rescuers have been unable to land on the island but they say a number of helicopters have passed overhead and they are asking that if anybody was on the island with misdirection to reach out to Chris Pleasants at mail online dot com so no signs of life after a volcanic eruption that happened at two eleven PM their local time there were an estimated fifty tourists around the crater eighteen survivors are evacuated some suffered severe burns there's been an estimated twenty seven people unaccounted for police say the number of messages in the double figures but refused to give an exact figure Australian prime minister Scott Morrison said twenty four Australians were visiting the island at the time of the disaster three Britons we don't know how many Americans rescuers have so far been unable to get onto the island because the land slides and for the Russians there are a number of rescue helicopters that are already trying to look and they didn't flying all all throughout the night their time officials said early Tuesday and that's Tuesday their time but no signs of life have been seen at any point and they are not expected to find anybody else alive which means the death toll could be as high as thirty two so this is what Corey what Corey is known as a white island twenty nine miles looking off new Zealand's in Northern Ireland they said the plumes of smoke and debris went about twelve thousand feet into the sky and I guess this is a very popular tourist attraction you see people involves taking pictures of this they were likely to be in a boat when this happened you see people trying to get into a vote from the island and the place is completely covered in ash for you know talking about is a real great island why is it a tourist site will it's a great because of the ash kids barely a beautiful island you just can't tell because there's absolutely so you want to see a video footage people screaming to get inside the vote right and to as they need to get away from the flames of the pools are a lot of scrambling lot of chaos and you know they say this is a very active volcano and so we're not sure why people would the I don't not sure why they would be tourists there if there was an active volcano Tony von former mayor of the nearby town of all cuddly said that a guide for the white island towards company was among those killed most of the Australians caught up in the disaster are thought to be passengers of the ovation of the seas cruise liner it departed Sydney last week speaking earlier Monday New Zealand prime minister Justin the ardour and said they were never chores from her country and overseas on the island at the time all royal Caribbean owner of a vision of the seas issue the same as in the ship would stay in the nearby port of Toronto overnight until we learn more about the situation some fairly wide island is new Zealand's most active volcano courts Daily Mail and had seen its last major eruption in two thousand was smaller events over the years officials said it's unlikely the volcano will erupt again in the next twenty four hours but obviously people are warned to stay away from I'm they're worried about tsunamis that can now happen earthquakes and other sorts of possible unrest geological hazard trekkers gill net is registered motor volcanic unrest on the island for weeks but the nature of organic activities and predictable with the eruption unforeseen so family there's a camera on the critters ram run by gill nets and they take pictures every ten minutes and you see a string of people visiting the crater the next shot taken into twenty was unreadable which means people were there at the crater when a blue so yes I crazy up really experts say that this was a disaster waiting to happen what island was always quote too dangerous for the number two was was in the aisles experts said and the warranty people of risa for the blast landslides they say emeritus professor ray costs from mo not universally branded the island as by its may ori Nemo cari quote a disaster waiting to happen for many years he said I've always felt there was too dangerous to allow daily tour groups that visit the uninhabited island by boat or helicopter nearly back in nineteen fourteen the small money committee on the island was wiped out because falling rocks weekend by the island's volcanic activity strip the village so they thought a Pacific plate that moved westward underneath the Indo Australian plate where New Zealand sits on the rock pushed underneath melts turns into macula fills with gases the hot rocks creek circulation patterns underneath volcano than sting breaks through the rocks a buildup of pressure accumulated direction sites in the rocks hold back the pressure breaks gas rapidly release and then you have the volcanic eruption so mining activities when bands of the island has been uninhabited now for more than a century but still a hot spot for to resell because of okay and she'll net news it was the logical hazard information center as far as what island as it was most active cold volcano only the top is visible with eighty percent under water so we'll keep you guys posted it is so tragic and again you just don't know why this was such an active tourist spot I mean I saw Dante's peak I am done these be they said they could pick up farmers and they could check for soul for in the water and there's like all sorts of stuff that they could do but apparently it's one of those things where it might have been you know like other boy cried wolf and so maybe they just kind of took it for granted so unfortunately as we hear more about who passed will keep you

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5 dead, many more missing in eruption of New Zealand volcano

Steve Cochran

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

5 dead, many more missing in eruption of New Zealand volcano

"The situation remains volatile oil in New Zealand after a volcanic eruption on one of its islands killed five people tourists from a royal Caribbean cruise ship ovation of the seas were visiting the uninhabited island when the volcano exploded ABC senior foreign correspondent James long been reports on the disaster a deadly volcanic eruption rocking the land toolbox race to escape the danger at least five people dead and others missing authorities warned the death toll could rise the sudden eruption hit just after two PM on new Zealand's why Thailand volcanic ash spewing twelve thousand feet into the air around fifty people were all around the island at the time many of them tourists rescue efforts for the remaining people trapped on the island have been put on hold as the situation is considered to be unstable and more options could

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Toolbox race to escape the danger at least five people dead and others missing authorities warned the death toll could rise the sudden eruption hit just off to two PM on new Zealand's why Thailand volcanic ash spewing twelve thousand feet into the air around fifty people what alone all around the island at the time many of them tourists rescue efforts for the remaining people trapped on the island have been put on hold because the situation is unstable and there could be more eruptions time now for a quick update from detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Darling rapid fire what's happening with the crashes out there but three incidents both on the server streets and three on the freeways east bow one a one eight nine ramp it's one time with the construction comes in handy that allows everybody to move off left in the gore point with no problem they're planning a room the on ramp so be careful in the year right the north out one one price freeway north of Broadway wreck off right westbound sixty it safely off right and then we got a carpet you up to the north valley nineteenth Avenue and greenway thirty Fifth Avenue to collisions what it Thomas the other at bill wrote this traffic report brought to you by the Arizona coyotes don't miss the action as Clayton killer and the Arizona coyotes take on Patrick Kane and the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference showdown at Hilo river arena on Thursday Arizona coyotes dot com featured and get your news partly cloudy skies at a thirty percent chance of rain where you're looking at a high today of sixty six sixty eight the high tomorrow with mostly sunny skies and in between a clear night tonight with a low forty eight weather's brought to you by Howard Air Paul W. C. no from.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dot org slash smart speaker live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly the house Judiciary Committee holds its second impeachment hearing today related to president trump and Ukraine NPR's Bobby Allen says a vote on articles of impeachment including abuse of power could occur before the end of the week the panel previously heard from a group of legal scholars now they will listen to counsel from the intelligence committee present their findings Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler said Sunday that if the case against proper presented to a jury they would return a guilty verdict in about three minutes flat the White House though says the case against the president is unfair and completely baseless also today the justice department's inspector general releases his report into the origins of the F. B. I. investigation into president trump and Russia the FBI is investigating last week's deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida as an act of terrorism investigators want to know if the gunman acted alone he killed three sailors before sheriff's deputy shot and killed the twenty one year old NPR's Greg Allen says the shooter was a second lieutenant in the royal Saudi Air Force who was being trained in Pensacola he was receiving flight training there he'd been in the U. S. for at least three years and have gone back to Saudi Arabia in the meantime the receive language training at another another place but he was there for flight training when this shooting occurred Florida's governor says the gunman legally purchased the weapon this is NPR news officials in New Zealand say today's deadly volcanic eruption on white island caught tourists and others by surprise the eruption killed at least five people and injured about twenty others many with burns from the steam and ash an unknown number are still missing NPR's Julie McCarthy says the island is east of Auckland about thirty miles off shore white island volcano is one of new Zealand's most active the eruption sent a plume of steam and ash twelve thousand feet high and affected the entire crater floor according to a volcanologist from the research group G. and S. science questions arising over white tourists who come to explore white islands moon like surface were still being allowed to visit in recent weeks scientist reportedly noted an up tick in volcanic activity observing substantial gas steam and mud bursts at the vent dozens of people were feared to have been on the island several were seen near the rim of the crater minutes before directed the deputy police commissioner said we are unsure of their numbers and unsure of their well being Julie McCarthy NPR news Manila royal Caribbean says some of those on the island at the time of the eruption were from one of its cruise ships Hong Kong police say officers have arrested more than six thousand people in six months of pro democracy demonstrations there police also say they fired almost sixteen thousand rounds of tear gas I'm David Mattingly in Washington I'm Richard hake on WNYC in New York a new law that takes effect at the end of the week let's non citizens apply for New York state driver's licenses WNYC is Fred mobile reports on the legal challenges to the so called green light law some local officials have pledged not to cooperate with the new law which is expected to make around eighty thousand undocumented residents eligible for licenses in New York a federal judge rejected a case by the Erie County clerk who now says the office will post guidelines for reporting applicants to immigration authorities the US justice department waiting on another pending case brought by ren solaire county calling the new law legally suspect such conflicts are expected in downstate where DMV offices are in charge of driver's licenses instead of county clerks a dozen other states already let non citizens apply for licenses something New York used to do before the nine eleven terrorist attacks and the New Jersey assembly committee is holding a hearing today on a similar license bill.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Get the sandbags I guess I'm gonna we're ready yeah you've been ready all day busted wide open seeing all you want to see me it was a matter with the guy I know anymore drinking and lighting and I'll tell you why unlike in the maybe a scene with a what I'm sure my mom I don't I'm talking about snap out of it come on let's go all set getting better it may turn into a grab responding like and she lives nice so much weight and I these days one of our don't calling WSR from lane twelve thousand feet starting up overcast going on instruments not be there she is there's this guy got artwork coming out a little I was moved down no record for weight twenty six thousand two hundred manifold pressure following they were about washed up not yet it is four one twenty nine thousand three.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"This was extremely abrupt like a ping pong ball bouncing off wall the ability to hover over the water and then start a vertical climb from basically zero up towards about twelve thousand feet and accelerate in less than two seconds and disappear is something I'd never seen in my life the navy says it still doesn't know what the objects are and officials aren't speculating a navy spokesman simply confirming to CNN the objects scene in the various clips are unidentified aerial phenomena or you a peas the UFO reports were first investigated by a secret twenty two million dollar program part of the defense department budget that investigated reports of UFOs the program has since been shut down but it was run by a military intelligence official told CNN they found compelling evidence that we quote may not be alone hello. is that a whole. no big deal. also in cut thirty here's some more. images of that rotating saying captured by US navy aircraft sensors locking in on the target commander Davide free first saw it first hand during a training mission describing it like a forty foot long six tack maneuvering rapidly and changing direction. look out the right side of her plane we saw a disservice in the water and white object oblong pointing north the object was first sighted in two thousand four then similar objects again in two thousand fifteen footage of the sightings de classified by the military weren't made public until December two thousand seventeen by the New York times and a group that researches UFOs. forty foot long tic tacs size object that's maneuvering in ways that these pilots have never seen before and then it's gone. that is something. and so what goes into my mind immediately is the question is this. evidence or some sort of sign of extraterrestrial life very sophisticated extraterrestrial life. showing up and checking us out without us really knowing very much about it. or. are these new technologies that perhaps some adversary has developed. like the Chinese I don't know how they come up with some sort of military craft. that we're just finding out about I don't know do you think they're fooling us. whose day in this case the Chinese are the aliens the Chinese no I think I'm excited about the UFOs the aliens excited yes why why should why not new friends. there's like I just ask the boys in here he said do you think they drink wine. I doubt it although. I envision you being like we get taken over by these aliens right they've been they've been probing for weaknesses with these extraordinary vessels that they have and we can barely catch them on camera they finally show up in in slave us take over the planet and you're excited because you're calling the office of the president of the aliens every day trying to book him. like oh god this human again. how did you get my cell phone she's texting me the other aliens like I don't know maybe blocker I don't know. we've been seriously do you believe they're still out of like you believe that there are aliens always. you can call them aliens first I bet you that politically incorrect guarantee you when they finally come here is going to be politically incorrect and to be rude to call them aliens gonna call them friends teens friends. we're gonna call every extraterrestrial a Christine's friends ha yeah that's definitely a catch I said I I also said to the guys in here like I could be like the next to borrow more like a new version of ET. that's why she was very young about right so I'll be a little older he'll be an adult ET. but in all seriousness of course I believe we're not the only ones out there I think it would be selfish to think that out of this whole universe humans are the only one thing that exist yeah I I don't know about that I guess I'm sort of ambivalent on the question I just want to know are they actually. here right like what is this thing and the fact that there was a secret like a top secret program but a lot of money thrown at it to try to look into it they found some evidence the guy said D. seven C. N. N. like well all I can say is we found significant evidence that we're not alone then they shut down the program and that's it right and then we're talking about what is in the back of Donald trump's pocket. I mean like that's top news right yes you know maybe we should focus on Christine's their friends heading here maybe there is something to this stupid area fifty one thing we're all these hipsters international travelers are trying to I want to go invade I'm not even a hipster but I want to go of course what do you do though like are you just show up and start wandering around and then they tell you you can't come further than what do you risk arrest yeah why not go to prison L. I yeah I know I've heard you've talked about that yeah we did talk about that in fact yesterday as we discussed earlier in the program we were just hypothetically discussing like we were talking about final meals if you're on death row and you know it just made sense to me that if we had to give an example involving the staff like who might just snap and be sentenced to death if it would maybe be producer Christine yes thank you I appreciate that you're welcome you know we're we're thinking of you even in your absence yes if I want to tell you that my poor sick daughter well we didn't mention on the because we weren't sure how much we wanted. I tell you everything I guess my all right like you're my diary dear diary dear guy yes national radio she doing better by the way much better she's home I had to to I couldn't do anymore US planes her improvement was it medication or was it our apps some unknown creature who came and touched her from another galaxy and now she's healed she is yeah she's almost healed she had one of those bugs you know those the gate get from school and I got to sit there watch it you know on the drive on my wedding weekend to the rehearsal not there Hershel dinner but the actual rehearsal itself on Friday somehow my friends here in our little shuttle bus my friends somehow started talking about head lice and kids at schools. and this went on for a solid five minutes and at some point I just turned ever I'm like hi. as the groom I am now going to say we're going to move on from this conversation because I actually have a thing about insects and bugs bad bugs lice anything like that I can't I can not handle it and after us five minutes of this I'm like. look at that weather let's talk about that whether you want to talk about something freak freaking you out I literally my daughter kept scratching or had a couple years ago and I looked in and I literally saw them crawling nope. no no you have to crawl stop. we got to go the hours over. you know what I need one of those men in black things were you say look at this new flash and I forget what you just told me aliens have to.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

"That is to that same disturbance that will be moving to the east side of the state if your plans also take you up into the higher elevations national free a free national and state park day a few isolated showers but in general should still be beautiful temperatures in the mid fifties to the low sixties the cascade snow level very much elevated at twelve thousand feet over the Olympics it's eight thousand for the most part though the higher terrain will stay storm free now to track their showers over the mountains as well as temperatures back down here in the low lands you can always access our free companies whether at that hour by hour forecast in today and tomorrow will be in the low sixties it with primarily overcast skies these times will likely wind up feeling a little bit cooler we will then have the low seventies between three and seven PM a whole host of fun events out there hopefully you opt outside get outdoors it'll be a bit Kulish in the morning but beautiful very standing in the afternoon and evening but it was going to glance at full seventy forecast we really start to crank up the heat going into mid week however forecast models are starting to back off and the potential for a major heatwave developing across western Washington in fact we're starting to dip those temperatures just a bit and get the mid eighties for both Wednesday and Thursday this forecast still has plenty of time to change lots of sunshine Monday Tuesday with the mid to high level clouds starting to stream in going into Wednesday so my friends summer isn't over quite yet enjoy the coming week thanks have a coming up in sports Felix Hernandez and find out how the king of.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KOMO

"Nice to see the victim here in in Idaho finally got justice after twenty seven years Miller will be eligible for release when he's ninety six years old the owner of a taco truck in Bellingham is trying to figure out how to move forward after someone lit his trailer on fire in the middle of the night has come mostly McCarron reports investigators say the fire was set less than two days after another vehicle was set on fire just a few blocks away this is really one of the most uneasy sites I had to be a thousand percent on us is to look in here reality started to sink in the moment Joe we roll bliss saw what flames left behind the amount of hours in a day's time money obviously it says on the fire broke out just weeks before his popular food truck was set to unveil an updated menu which is initial anger has now turned to frustration investigators say the arson that destroyed his trailer happened roughly twenty eight hours after another vehicle was set on fire just a tenth of a mile away police don't yet know if there's any connection this isn't the end of us by any means it's just a minor setback that we have to overcome now it's back to square one for the first time in more than a decade we're getting a close up look at the Titanic wreck crews needed a special submersible vehicle to reach the site which is more than twelve thousand feet under water the videos taken on this mission will be used in an upcoming documentary as well as virtual reality recreations a company in ever it was supposed to take a group of tourists down to the resting place of the Titanic this summer ocean gates is less than a week before the first launch date the ship that was supposed to take their deep sea submarine to the site pulled out the choir reports the operators were free the ship would be impounded under Canadian maritime law those deep sea Taurus paid more than one hundred thousand dollars each for those knives come.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"With boot campaign dot com about returning veterans and their concerns and we will speak of that but we begin with Sean and his introduction of Bermel district in two thousand and six and our introduction in his book he even provides a map although it doesn't begin to say to describe the scale of the severity of this terrain Sean congratulations and good evening you arrive in the Bermel district and you had to a fire base FOB Bermel what is what is around you from the fire base what do you told about the terrain and where you are good evening to thank you John yeah we landed in a valley that was probably about heavy cooperators from the Pakistan border directly to our east and we're basically surrounded by mountains I keep mine in the valley and then the lowest point the valley we were at seven thousand feet above sea level all rounder forty powering mounds between ten and twelve thousand feet above sea level just walking from the helicopter for operating base you could feel your lungs literally burning out from from the album which is something that you are used to and we were probably they're probably about three road in the area that you get five you can drive one and no to the rose that we used to get back and patrol this is two thousand six the bar Mel district which Sean describes in great deal to detail these firefights you need to understand the bar Mel district is part of Paktika province which was the heartland of the resistance to the Soviets more than twenty years ago it is all so bordering notches Pakistan but also north was zero stand which in two thousand and six is the first told our area that creates the Afghan the al Qaeda trans national threat that is where America believes at the al Qaeda has sought refuge and gains it and the Taliban fighting that Sean does is not just a casual walk around Taliban related to the characters from Kabul it is Taliban that is trained in the best of the al Qaeda terror cancer by several that correctly shown to the threat that you face yeah absolutely I mean we we were facing a basically a global jihadist all star team and they were they were you know you the nail on the head there right there and that federally administered tribal area that no man's land that mountainous region between Afghanistan and Pakistan which is probably couple of commerce from our from our base what do you do you told when they drop you in there when they have to fly you and you can't truck it out it would take forever and I don't know that the roads work what do you what is your mission statement when you arrive at FOB by mail our mission statement was too close with and destroy the enemy hunt hunt down and flush out the enemy amber mail Angela and to deny the enemy freedom of maneuver around our area of operations in the area and also to secure the populace from the enemy so that we can provide them with blankets food water medicine so but we we didn't know hardly anything going into that area because you know special forces teams a few small special forces teams and more in the area before us and now one thirty third airborne guys built for operating base Mel the year before but they can actually do any patrolling so we were we were the first unit in that area and are are you are like I said our mission was to hunt down find and kill the enemy let's talk about who we are your a combat company a combat platoon you lead a platoon what is that from the tenth Mountain what is that describe Shawn basically a unit of forty man consisting of four different squad each one has a squad leader non commissioned officers actually won the bullpen each platoon has like the perfect complement of fire power of light infantry fire fire power with weapons ranging from the M. fourteen precision rifle the M. four carbene to the MP four nine squad automatic weapon and two and two forty brought a machine gun and two or three grenade launchers like I said it's the perfect complement your fire power to combat any any other light infantry threat on the ground your chance mountain you're part of a client of your car part of the combat company how much of the company is with you it by mail district we had okay so we will post for Bravo.

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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy conducts first commercial flight

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:24 min | 2 years ago

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy conducts first commercial flight

"Become. next milestone here Meco main engine, cutoff the engines going to cut off, but it's going to continue its assent to space both the booster in the capsule together main engine cutoff is confirmed of separation is confirmed still accelerating up. We passed the Karman line the internationally recognized line of space that's at about three hundred and thirty thousand feet, and we've hit apogee see now that the speed wants zero. It's now speeding up again as the Crafter coming home unofficial altitude three hundred and forty four thousand feet or so all right right about now. The rocket itself is going to hit we call atmospheric Pierce point. It's coming back from space into the atmosphere. It means it has air pressure for some of those air dynamic surfaces to push against. So it can maneuver itself. I of the subsystem support these stability, the rocket the wedge fins, we have confirmation that they have been deployed right at about twelve thousand feet there that goes drag brakes. As the speed of the rocket dramatically reduced, and we're gonna wait for the B. E three engines and bring her down for a nice soft landing. We felt the sonic boom here down in Texas. Look at that beautiful hover and touchdown. Successful. If you could Mazing on curing beautiful side boosters new beginning those a wedge flip fins to begin retracting returning back to. The and there go the side. drag Boosters brakes as have well. begun the boost Her back burn work is done the Senate fifth core flight has throttled to space back up and to power back for that rocket. everything. Looking Just good incredible on the flight of falcon, congratulations heavy county to engine the blue cut origin off team center core. on that. Just

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With crispier Krispies. Just wondering I. I've seen these miniature tornados come across the mountain. I mean talk about being scared. Tornadoes. In the mountains. How high what elevated? Thirteen. Well, I would encourage you to please document that if you can I mean, we we certainly have had and will continue to have high altitude tornadoes if you go to Google, I think it was two thousand eleven or twelve there was a very picturesque tornado taken on the side of mount Evans just shy of twelve thousand feet there. Yeah. And I think at the time was the second highest documented tornado on record. You know, I think tornadoes happened a lot more than what we know the problem with high mountain locations as radar can't get in there, you know, because of the terrain. So the person isn't physically documenting it. We're probably never going to know what happens. So, you know, the good news is that I could share. Yeah. Yeah. It was a beautiful tornado. New. Oh that was a beautiful tornado just destroy lives. Those are the ugly tornado beautiful up in the mountain. It was. But you know, I would say this you have to have really credible quantities of warm moist air to to fuel a long track really destructive tornado. I'm not diminishing any tornado can cause damage and be deadly. But the chances of getting something like that in the higher mountains is pretty small. So the tornadoes at touchdown up there. You know, really don't leave a Mark. So does rank right? But you know, there's always a first time for everything. So all right Bill. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it. We have to take time out. Are you still good? Chris. You can come back with us. I can perfect. So we'll be back with crispier from CBS four taking your weather questions. Three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five that's three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five. Let's talk to Susan Witkin about what she has coming up in her new have you noticed a lot of flashing yellow turn signals these days. No, well, you should.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KTRH

"After its sinking. Now, Google maps coordinates reveal the exact location of the wreck site some twelve thousand feet below the North Atlantic. The coordinates also showed just how close Titanic was to its final destination the massive ship went down on its maiden voyage from Britain Southampton, New York city, April fourteenth, nineteen twelve killing more than fifteen hundred passengers and crew, Tom Graham, Fox News. The monument in is open for business again after being shut down for weeks because of last month's fire at the storage facility and deer park the thirty year old restaurant on the ship channel had to close down for a while as cleanup efforts continued at the damaged plant. The owner. Bob laws says the business lost half a million dollars during the shutdown, but he paid his employees and full the whole time on Wall Street. The Dow fell one hundred sixty three points to twenty six thousand four thirty the NASDAQ lost forty six s and p five hundred twenty two and crude oil. Twenty nine cents to sixty three sixty two a barrel. News on demand at KTAR H dot com. Our next update next hour with breaking information as it happens. I'm Corey Olson, Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. All right. Let's listen to what some of what happened.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on The Big 98

"Passenger on the boat. But he was like I gotta get to New York a bit earlier. So last minute he bought it other ticket for another vote and got the earlier for business meetings that have been no Hershey candy. Wow, philly. Finally, the remains the Titanic still are twelve thousand feet beneath the surface still sitting down there. And you can if people go down, they can see it go down and look and stuff. Crazy anyway, the boat sank on this day in nineteen twelve Titanic. Remembrance day saw that you don't want to mention to those baby. Born with three parents. Did you see the story didn't how has this possible? That's what am I gonna click? This is some sort of joke for doctor. So they've produced a baby from three people in order to overcome fertility. The baby was born weighing six pounds last Tuesday. The doctors say they're making medical history, and then it's a whole ethical thing. But it uses egg from the mother sperm from the father and another egg from a donor woman because her couldn't work all the way. But she was hoping that some of her can be involved. So it kind of be genetically her baby. So they did it. It was developed to help families affected by deadly might Okon drill disease, which is passed out mother to baby. They didn't do it as an experiment that were literally trying to help her the baby has three parents. Interesting. That's. The words. Yeah. I mean, the other so her egg just there for this to be there. Just like watching..

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And they show woman sleeping. What does all? This means is this one of the airplanes without windows. No, this is one with windows one. You're talking about they have fake windows, and they have projected screen where looks like you're looking outside. But it's not. Yeah. That's pretty cool interior. Yeah. And I think they do that. Well, for a good reason one is if you don't have to carve windows into a plane that's going to save you a lot of money and to the aero-dynamics of a of a plane is pretty cool. But I I look this up and planes are made out of aluminum because of their lightweight. But if you're going to pressurize the cabin that puts a lot of stress on the fuselage, so they can't really pressurized cabin where it'll feel like you're at sea level. So they compromised if they if if they did that the planes made out of steel, and they would have to use. A lot more fuel so they compromised, so when you're flying at thirty eight thousand feet that cabin is pressurized to ten to twelve thousand feet. And so that's why you feel really buzzed. When you drink on a plane 'cause you're at ten thousand or twelve thousand feet, that's where the pressure is. And so you get lightheaded you could try and you get drunk quickly at ten thousand feet like if you're up in Aspen, or telluride or or veil and you drink up there. You get buzzed quickly. That's why you get buzzed very fast on a plane. You gotta watch your drinks plant. Still drink. But you got to watch him are live on KFI Bennett for rain.

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"He's kind of all legs right now kind of Linke lots of energy, but very well behaved potty house trained parts. Yeah. And TM taco do get along. They do play except for what tacos feeling slightly territorial like when he's on my lap. Yeah. Right. So how how's the sleeping arrangement going? Oh, so you for the past two nights. It's been me in my bed. One dog on my right and one dog on left that I can't move 'cause they will have to be smashed up right against me. So there the bread and you're the meat of the sandwich. Interesting analogy. Thank you. Sorry. I hope that's not inappropriate. I didn't intend. The crack cozinne the chase. Yes. Yes. That's anyway. You wanna look at it. You'll diffuse the wings there. You. I like the ABA. Well, some points for those of you watching the video I will probably get Truman on my lap. I'll probably get it probably attempt to bulldoze over me across the chair here at some point because he's got a little bit of energy. And he has no idea what's going on. No idea. No. We don't either really well taco doesn't really either. Good. So how has your week been staff you kind of hinted that it's feels like it's deeper into the week than just Tuesday. It's been the work. So the weekend was great had a couple of days off, obviously stuff with getting the puppy, nice and relaxing and then right back to the grind on Monday. At a very long day yesterday had a longer than expected and slightly more challenging day than expected today. I've got three more very long days ahead of me before I finally get to the weekend, which none of it sounds very fun. But I was texting with Jeff a little bit before we started the show saying, I might excuse myself just a little bit early just to make sure I get enough sleep for the upcoming wrist of the week because it involves meetings with administrators stuff. It should probably be. Just make sure I get enough sleep do next couple of days. Hey, guys sounds like a great idea. So and then I have a this upcoming weekend traveling to folly beach near Charleston with a friend of mine to run a half marathon. So another reason for getting what's good quality sleep this week. Hopefully. So she excellent while we can't wait to hear how you do with the half marathon. I'm sure you'll do. Yeah. It's it's meant as a tune-up race for my upcoming full marathon in Tokyo in March. Aw, yes. Okay. Cool. See all right. So Nick, how have you been, sir? I guess you just returned from a trip to the state's got in early today. That's being ready. The anything I've done since the show than just a bit away and the trip out to Washington was just as long as you could Andrei areas, you could imagine Gs eight thirty three I think the flight time was we went up to say Hello to Greenland on white to to Washington song gun online. The wins over there. Lanting must be very strong west two weeks. And having had a I'm out in Washington and climbed on, but it did impact turn out to be that way. So eight thirty three coming out six thousand eight minutes going home. So that's the difference that the the jet streams over the Atlantic could make a flight time in does it turned out course, everybody from these coasts was arriving at Heathrow at about the same time because the way they everyone had show flight times. And the the jet bind finishes six I am. So everyone was planning to arrive just off to six we were in that that mob. So, you know, we messed about with us Elsie from show counts usually cuts fuming itself. So we've gotta get in just off to six Russians those perfect, but a coast all the Faris traffic arrives around the same time and. And it was just in everyone of his dog was lined up trying to get in so way joined the hulled at twelve thousand feet, which is an takes awhile to get your tend to go in then there fall halls around. So in a thing there's any four of my whole, no this another five and another four than another, however money it takes a while. And we were having been sled up a omlund. We then spent twenty minutes in the hall, and so we got in still early for shedule. But at an extra half an hour flight time, which was a pint..

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"Line who what you get in tuneup ready. Go race race mex- games here later this week ball. Yeah. We're just getting fired up up here in Leadville, Colorado. I think we're at like nine thousand feet actually twelve thousand feet so Trinidad elevation and the our gut X games this weekend. So looking forward to it. Here's a question for you. Because I know a lot of people I know me for one like when I spent some time like in crested Butte, like it's a real deal people elevations training out to do. They're like, that's horsecrap. And I'm like, no, it's a real thing. Like, I know many like I can go up to that elevated in for the first like night or to like, I'm okay during the day. I don't sleep. It's like it screws, my sleep patterns up just being at that elevated. And then it's like you get used to it. You know, you kind of fall into a rhythm. But it's a real deal. Right. Yeah. It absolutely is. I mean, it I'm the same way. I I have a real hard time sleeping it takes about three days for me to get acclimated. But you really notice it when you start with the physical activity my first couple of motives, how were just I mean, they were like five minutes long. Shows. I mean, it not only affects your breathing. But it affects your circulation like my tips of my fingers. Go numb and they get cold real easy. And so, yeah, it is definitely a real thing. And it's it's it's good to get out early and and get Houston altitude. So. So I mean, obviously, we'll talk about games in a minute. What else is going on? I feel like I missed you. The snow by cross qualifiers there in Minnesota. Seems like you're either you're either on a snow bike you're on a snowmobile, you're fishing somewhere. Like, I swear if there's anybody as Paul factor. Well, actually, I was I was in Argentina trout fishing, while the snow by call fire was going on. So I took a kind of a father son trip, and we went to it's actually only it's outside of California. It's called makes Roble. It's just incredible trout fishery. Anyway, it we're we're like five hundred miles not even five hundred miles from capons. We're way way south, and it was it was incredible, man. It was I took one of the new action track chair in tease is the the small version that is is Bill to be it's actually FDA approved to be a personal wheelchair. So they travel with it. So I had one down there. And that was it was just a really great trip over all Greek group fishing. I wake up every day. And I'm still having out there. It's because the trout fishing in the United States. Isn't as good, right? We gotta we gotta travel. We. Well, being from Alaska get into some pretty good jumpy. But if this was unlike anything I'd ever been apart of so it was it was incredible the pictures I saw posted up..

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"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"twelve thousand feet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Or just about fifteen minutes away. One of the most expensive divorces ever is about to take place. We'll tell you about that on the way Jeff Bezos involved in that you probably remember this one hundred. Sharks took the rest. Quint love that jaws talking about the USS Indianapolis to me, that's the most memorable scene very much. So the drop the bomb. Yeah. As next sentence, but we delivered the bomb the Hiroshima bomb. Everybody remembers the dialogue. It was a very compelling. Just riveting. Yes. Monologue that he did about being on the USS Indianapolis describing what this tattoo was. And he talked about the torpedoes two of them hit the ship ship went down and less than fifteen minutes. Eleven hundred men went into the water. The first shark showed up the next day. We all know the story we've seen the movie it's pretty much accurate. After the men were rescued about three hundred of them were rescued. They were taken to hospitals and within a couple of weeks most of them were back on their feet, again, the captain in December of that year was convicted of not dereliction of duty. But something similar that. It was a slap on the wrist. But it made him look bad. And he ended up twenty years later committing suicide their version of dropping the ball. Yeah. Exactly. People sent him. He wrote letters to every single person family who died on that ship, and they would send him hate mail back. And he got it every Christmas every birthday, he's getting hate mail. We'd be loving to celebrate with our son except you killed in type stuff. And so in one thousand nine hundred eighty killed himself. Was it his fault? Even the captain of the submarine who the Japanese captain of the submarine said the way, we're spreading are torpedos out. Now, he was a dead duck. He's there, and that's all that mattered. He was just in the wrong place. But that's the way it was so KERA's running this show. I've always been curious about the Indianapolis ever since that. The whole thing because I didn't know the story about it. And they've never found it until recently. They finally found the ship in eighteen thousand feet of water now for reference the Titanic was found in twelve thousand feet of water, and it's impossible to get to this one is at eighteen thousand feet of water, and it's very well preserved. And it's in two pieces, and there are pieces scattered all over because one of the torpedoes split the ship up near the front. I don't know if that's the Bauer. This one of the scariest things to humanly imagine. Yeah. I see. You know, what's scary to me? And my my my nephew's in the navy. He's going to be on a carrier. It turns out he thought he was going to be a sub it's going to be a carrier. But just it's knowing you're sailing over eighteen thousand feet deep of water. That's frightening to me that's scary to think if I look down I'm looking at eighteen thousand feet of worth of drop whenever a lake is clear enough, and you look down, and you can only see so far past your feet. You always think of some giant animal coming out while you're looking down at swallowing. You hold. It is one of the scariest things you can do to yourself. Just looking at any body of water where you can't see the bottom. They went. They went through the process of finding the Indianapolis, and what they had to do and how long it took them because they were there were some Clinton the non clarity on where. Exactly it was when it went down. And there are still some survivors that are alive they're in their nineties. Yeah. Here's another clip from.

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Michigan State University, Attorney and Matt Gut discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Michigan State University, Attorney and Matt Gut discussed on John and Ken

"A multimillion dollar settlement for victims of former gymnastics doctor larry nassar michigan state university agreed to pay the three hundred thirty two women half a billion dollars attorney say four hundred twenty five million will go to the female students nassar was accused of molesting while he was a doctor at msu the other seventy five million will be held aside for any future women that come forward lawyers say the settlement does not include claims against usa gymnastics and several other parties nassar pled guilty to assaulting the women and is currently serving a sixty year sentence for child pornography charges corbin carson kfi news hawaii's big island is under a red alert because of a twelve thousand foot plume volcano ash the red alert issued yesterday means a major eruption is considered imminent and could have effects on air traffic abc's matt gut says now people have asked to worry about not just the sulfur dioxide that was already spewing from the ground the biggest casualty here has been hawaii tours in which largely relies on the volcano national park but its closure and people's fear has caused tourism bookings drop here by fifty percent in the past couple of weeks at least twenty fishers of opened up destroying several dozen homes leaders of the senate intelligence committee of back to report from the intelligence community this has russia interfered with the two thousand sixteen presidential election to help trump become president and hurt hillary clinton the top republican on the committee says they see no reason to dispute the conclusions the top democrat on the panel says the report's conclusions were accurate and on point the report also found no evidence the trump campaign colluded coordinated or conspired with russia traffic from the what onto traffic center we have a crash on the one on one in studio city this is on the southbound side before the one thirty four blocking the second lane from the left pushing the drive back all the way from lost hills mike o'brien is taken a look at the drive in diamond bar the kfi in the sky brought to you by injury attorney marian parman not exactly a jam in diamond bar.

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Michigan State University, Attorney and Matt Gut discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Michigan State University, Attorney and Matt Gut discussed on John and Ken

"A multimillion dollar settlement for victims of former gymnastics doctor larry nassar michigan state university agreed to pay the three hundred thirty two women half a billion dollars attorney say four hundred twenty five million will go to the female students nassar was accused of molesting while he was a doctor at msu the other seventy five million will be held aside for any future women that come forward lawyers say the settlement does not include claims against usa gymnastics and several other parties nassar pled guilty to assaulting the women and is currently serving a sixty year sentence for child pornography charges corbin carson kfi news hawaii's big island is under a red alert because of a twelve thousand foot plume volcano ash the red alert issued yesterday means a major eruption is considered imminent and could have effects on air traffic abc's matt gut says now people have asked to worry about not just the sulfur dioxide that was already spewing from the ground the biggest casualty here has been hawaii tours in which largely relies on the volcano national park but its closure and people's fear has caused tourism bookings drop here by fifty percent in the past couple of weeks at least twenty fishers of opened up destroying several dozen homes leaders of the senate intelligence committee of back to report from the intelligence community this has russia interfered with the two thousand sixteen presidential election to help trump become president and hurt hillary clinton the top republican on the committee says they see no reason to dispute the conclusions the top democrat on the panel says the report's conclusions were accurate and on point the report also found no evidence the trump campaign colluded coordinated or conspired with russia traffic from the what onto traffic center we have a crash on the one on one in studio city this is on the southbound side before the one thirty four blocking the second lane from the left pushing the drive back all the way from lost hills mike o'brien is taken a look at the drive in diamond bar the kfi in the sky brought to you by injury attorney marian parman not exactly a jam in diamond bar.

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