35 Burst results for "Twenty Degrees"
California heat wave prompts power shutdowns, fire danger
"A record breaking fall heatwave and Santa Anna winds are heightening fire danger across a swath of southern California the national. Weather. Service has issued a fire weather watch for much of the region and critical conditions are expected through this afternoon. The heat wave has also hiked temperatures ten to twenty degrees above normal while a heat advisory remains in effect through this evening. In fact, several cities hit record daily high temperatures this week including Anaheim at ninety six degrees Wednesday. It's not just the southland either much of northern California is under a red. Flag.
Storylines from Roland Garros 2020
"Everyone John, we're up here in this week's sports illustrated tennis podcast late Wednesday night we have reached the round of four. We've reached the semi. Draws so Jamie and I will talk some tennis from Roland Garros and. We would try to keep it sufficiently general. So the school be absolutely by the time you're listening Jamie how are you? I'm good. How are you from a little little cold but no complaints it's been spin. French Open like no other, it's been an interesting interesting time so far but you know the the good news is Kobe hasn't really become the story, and if we're talking about the chilly weather and not a global pandemic, that's a win in itself. In here, we are at the business end of our second major in four weeks. You're cold or office cold. I think some other players are cold I think joke just cold I've seen a lot of PARKAS. I actually double check the weather temperature today because I said, how cold is it? Really there people are inferred jackets and you know Winter Winter Parkas I think some people look like they're going skiing. Is it really that cold I? Mean you're you have survived many New York winters what's going on? Oh boy I'll say a few things. One of them is that whatever the temperature is it is that an accurate indicator is has that sort of British chill where you're. Just coal to the bones. You know I mean obviously for for athletes it's it's different. You're running around your your body's warming up than stopping as rob pointed out I think some of this is just what people are accustomed to. There's a part of me that doesn't mind it. You know we we played tennis in extreme conditions or extreme heat must failure I think it probably speaks well of the sport that same players that win when it's one hundred twenty degrees or winning when it's forty nine degrees. I would say that I think this has had a bit of an impact, not so much on the level of play but I don't think the caliber of play has dropped because everybody is. Dressed like they're going skiing I think it hasn't changed the mood in the vibe and we've got Novakova did and it's it's just funny how these tournament sort of change as they progress but there there is not been as far as i. can tell a whole lot of Kobe fear doesn't seem to be much of the talk it doesn't come up much in press conferences. Does, players like Daniel Collins shoot it down, but it's been if this is not the French Open that people are used to and I thought at the US Open the apparel manufacturers missed a golden opportunity not to do more with the surface area of these masks. Why not put a? Cough alligator or Nike swoosh mask, and here it's time to show off the winter gear in the Lacoste and Nike. And Adidas Park aware because as soon as the vitamins you've seen like as soon as the players. Get done leaving the court they as a record it Patrick of did it they all put on Ski Jack So It's been a twist on the tournament but again I mean. For the last six months you and I have been talking about. Bubbles and pandemics, and how are we going to get athletes from all over the world? Into into a common spot. And the fact that the talk has been a lot about. Tennis and conditions and scheduling and doubles and singles in wide open draws. And not about players tested positive I think is a good sign. For sure. I wanted to ask you I was reading and piece by CPS ignore and he he said that you know it was about the handshakes in about, of course, how they're really not happening anymore the racket touch. is now has now replaced it, and so I actually thought twenty because in the past few matches, we've actually seen some players after you know after the match in in the t match, he did it and there was some others where you know. They go to the night in a do this very strange hesitant high five or maybe there is a little bit of an embrace and course you sit there and you cringe and you say, oh no, they're touching each other amino they're so close I talk about Kobe and all this What is Of the players talked about the handshake what about you just watching? On my end I feel like You know a lot of after really great matches long matches. It's nice to see two opponents kind of embrace each other or just kind of you know pat each other on the back for for a hard-fought match and we don't see that what what are your thoughts on on just the lack of handshakes in this cova time. Yeah. You see handshakes like if you have. I have this thing where like I'll watch an old movie your you'll cringe and say, no social distance, oh. Yes. This was a bill before March of twenty twenty. So, yeah you see these these. Sort of belly paths or the even the on the shoulder at the you know the net you know I, mean I always loved the handshake I recited would've tennis is nice quirks. You spend hours battling with this opponent, and then the very first person you bake human contact with is that same opponent When Ron Swanson say about handshakes after the for dry and. In three seconds or something like that it's it's great. Now I mean the racket tap is a little bit strange in some players are are not even doing that other players are as as you know, there are have been a couple of exceptions. Dominant team seems to be a a serial offender which probably ultimately speaks well of him and it has has actually gone gone the hand I. He did what after the US Open finally did there were some some contact against Schwartzman I. Don't know I feel at some level you've been. You've been hitting a sweaty tennis ball back and forth for three hours at your opponent is touch. you know none of us are perfectly convicted and our Kobe protocol and the same person who watches groceries is. Also holding the poll on the subway. Think I think we all have a inconsistencies. I have to think if you've been using the same tennis ball as as another opponent and your bodily fluid is getting on that same tennis ball I don't know if you brush palms at the net for a second to is that really so bad but yeah. I mean there are a lot of sort of jarring little twists I mean the lack of a crowd I think has been especially acute here in France especially when French players have taken the court because often the the fans try to impose themselves on the match here Dan. Is it really happening? it'll be interesting to see what stays in what doesn't I mean if I never see another ball kid and all towel again, that's that's probably a good thing It's very strange doing a courtside interviewed a math. It'll be interesting to see I mean I think we're already sort of looking to twenty twenty, one I suspect there will be him shakes at the twenty twenty one Australian Open because the players will of quarantine for two weeks and essentially what what I'm wants the players were there. And test negative in are in this this quarantine situations that they they don't even have to wear masks
Discussing Minimum Maneuvering Speed
"I have one question Jason. What whether you're talking about the G. NS everyone's talking about this determine minimum maneuver speed. You heard about that yeah. Yeah I've heard about it This is the thing that Dan Rider I think I put forward with slight chops rate where There's kind of a lot to talk about their there really is on let me just before we get into the conversation. Let me tell you something that occurs in my life. All the time is that nobody wants to Staal you're playing nobody wants to spend the airplane everybody reads that if you bank in Airplane and your stall speed increases so because this conversation is so prevalent in the community and people are reading this kind of stuff before they come down flying lessons when I get new private students more often than not I mean guessing seven out of ten maybe or at least half of the people I fly. When they start to turn that base leg start picking up speed like so you know where we're at the beam position, they pull the power to idle certainly down at eighty five and you know the whole real point of landing is slowing down progressively as you are on the pattern. But what they do they turn basis sort of push forward presumably out of fear that they're gonNA stall. So we come around the base screaming at like ninety nights and it's just it's never gonNA work. You know you're not gonNA get to speed to be able to land and just feels really weird. And usually when I see that students, we go out to the practice area. We go up and we start drilling into that edge the below we do accelerated stalls so you can feel. How hard you have to pull in a bank with to see bubble. To really get that to happen. Understand, how slow you can actually find as I wanted to uncover the truth because I feel like when people know what the airplane can really do, they won't behave some. You know they will. Exaggerate the countermeasure so much. So I, get a little concern when I hear about minimum I don't know what they're calling a minimum maneuvering speed I guess is that what it is? I get a little concerned that it's kind of that same thing like it's a big band aid on the idea that people don't really understand what's happening and it feels like a really big band aid. Let's just. You know. Hack it at the knees, cut down all the trees. So there's no fire, right like it's just it doesn't It's too much of a reaction on the other side of the coin is, and that is what dancing is look. The reality is if you don't get slow enough to stall, YOU'RE NOT GONNA stall spending lose control the rate so. On that point is is taking I. I don't really recommend IT I. Can probably tell from what I'm saying I prefer to really lift up the Rock and teach people what happens like why it's happening how it happens when it feels like when it's happening when it starts to look like when it's happening I'm just feels like two big abandoned me and maybe in a in a in a you know there's certain things I'm young. Someone talking. But as It lasts as in bigger airplanes. We fly a little bit differently. You know like you put two engines out there you flying in A. In a transport category aircraft something like that we very rarely bank more than twenty degrees at were way in front of the airplane, not putting big g loads on the airplane. Replanning really far out I can see in an airplane that you know that that type of. Abandoned or whatever it is might work. You know that you're never going to lose control the airplane but I think in a light airplane not sure that's going to help the people that are actually losing control the airplane on base to final because when you look at the exit a really happening, you keep hearing me say to people at sea level is like when you when you take that. person who's been learning to people at sea level and put them in an environment where maybe they have four people on board maybe the air is a little thin. There's distractions maybe the passengers are talking air traffic control is talking and they get you know distracted like that women at Houston Hobby Airport crash where she was you know lost control the airplane. and I wonder if some speed on the airspeed indicator is going to help in that
Airbus' Ambitious Hydrogen Plans
"I'm happy to welcome with me on the program senior editor, Guy Norris and tier to our France Bureau chief who as you surely know if you read ideation? Gregory is an expert in aerospace technology subjects to. This week, we are going to talk about three aircraft concepts that Abbas presented for the first time. They are very different from each other in many ways, but they do have one thing in common they are supposed to be powered by hydrogen. And Abbas Vision in the transformation of aviation into a greener more sustainable, future exciting ideas but lots of questions too. So let's take a step back I wonder if I can ask you to just walk us through the plans that Abbas. Presented this week. Sure So basically, there are three concept plaints. At the center of the city they called him supplies because none of them will actually be built but three directions that are going to be studied in depth. One of them is looks like turboprop aircraft to wing configuration. I think the maximum. Capacity would be around one hundred passengers. The other one. Sorry. The first one, I mentioned a because it would burn hydrogen in relatively conventional outside rented conventional. Engine turbines. The second concept plane is also conventional Tuban Wing country duration from be powered by two defense number props to defense money hydrogen. Again, capacity is between one, hundred, twenty, two, hundred passengers, and just like the first concept plane the shooting hydrogen attack is located at the rear of the fuselage and the third concept is definitely the most spectacular. It's a blended wing but. Again powered by defense. So often concepts contemplates both hundred ten. Engines but the big difference, the May feature of the sudden is the blend buddy consideration, which means you can much more optimize hide myrow dynamics, and you can also dispute passengers and fuel tanks. I, know much more efficient way in the in. So. Roughly speaking this, all three concepts that are is. Speaking about so we're we're kind of fifteen years right I mean they're talking about enter enter into service in twenty thirty five but already, they're making some very important technology choices you mentioned liquid hydrogen for instance can just walk Ciragan. You know what are the steps that are coming up in between now and twenty, thirty five so between now one, twenty, thirty, five, the and again, twenty thirty five is the plant date for entry to service our first main Maislin if she wishes twenty twenty-five by then they expect to have majored some technology bricks as they. Call them to choose from and they would launch a program in twenty, twenty, seven or twenty, twenty eight. So that would be a food program for the Industrial Program between or twenty degrees and would would be very, very informative for us to follow is the next five years they plan to do several demonstrations. So they will demonstrate that technology bricks such as hydrogen storage, for example, and one of the most demonstration projects is about hydrogen storage and distribution they were stopped on the ground, but they also plan some instructional on the sorry in the era in. which could be quite a spectacular and they plan quite. Surprised by this, they plan to start with gaseous hydrogen storage demonstration before moving to liquid, and as they seem to have made a choice ready for liquid hydrogen meet surprised by the fact, they are going to also test guess. So Guy. Abbas. Seems to be really enthusiastic about this and it's kind of came out of nowhere but it came a bit of as a surprise to me. That's enthusiasm isn't really shared by everyone in an industry particularly in the engine industry they're still seem to be quite some serious reservations about this. So can you tell us what what what you're hearing? Yeah Hi there. It's basically a very is a very interesting time because, of course, the engine manufacturers like the fray manufactures they're all facing this kind of cliff of how do we meet the sustainability targets in really thirty years seems like a long time but but in the aerospace business, it's really not They've got. So they've they've been approaching this idea of whether to adopt the new transformational approach. Mostly based on alternative fuels, which would be dropping into the existing kind of infrastructure, the existing propulsion designs and the existing tube and wing configurations that the framers of loved and developed and perfected for the past fifty years all nor so you can imagine that there is a bit of a shock going on here to how do we suddenly move all of that towards a hydrogen based ecosystem. Of course, the other thing is that they've saying, well, you know we have been that before we've studied this, we started in the nineteen fifties, for example, more based for military type applications again, in the seventy s during the fuel crisis when they the first global fuel crisis and again in the nineties when there was the first glimmers of the emerging environmental issues this time of course, it's different as you both said, you know the there is a driving force has never been there before, and of course, the the French government tying the. Incentive. Package really to sustainability is the big decision making sort of driver on this. So you know the fact that. There's much more urgent need now is is changing the game, but doesn't change the fact that there is seventy years of history of safety and certification and development behind a no operational cycle around kerosene people know how to handle it. They know how to certify it, and this is a whole new ballgame. So why would you know bus get buy in from the other industry participants if that wasn't possible for one reason or another over the past? Several decades well I mean one of the thunder, the reasons that time does move on and technology has improved. They're all ways of coping now as a couple of ways to look at it. One is from a big picture perspective. The big challenge that a lot of them see both in and out of aerospace is the fact that they feed stalking. The actual production of hydrogen has to be done in a sustainable way to make this entire equation balance
Ice Age Temperatures Help Predict Future Warming
"How. Much colder wasn't at the peak of the last ice age that's a question. Scientists have been trying to answer for decades, and now they have a new best guess eleven degrees Fahrenheit. That's a lot especially considering it's a global average parts of North America. We're much colder first of all large areas of the northeast were completely under ice. So that would have been pretty chilly wouldn't be living there but even here in the West right where we weren't covered by an ice, she would have been something like twenty degrees. Fahrenheit Lower Jessica tyranny a Paleo climatologist at the University of Arizona tyranny and her colleagues spent years compiling information about. Earth's climate at the height of the last glacial period about twenty thousand years ago. So we obviously don't have to Ramadan in the glacial periods. So we have to instead look for these kinds of standing indicators. One kind of stanton is plankton that lived in the ocean and got preserved in marine sediments. Scientists use these fossils to infer past ocean temperatures by studying changes in the chemistry of their shells and in the kinds of fats and other compounds they produced. Tyranny and her team then combine these data with a climate model to give a full picture of glacial conditions. It's actually technique us every day whether forecasting. What's new is we're using it for the past not the future. So we're actually hind casting if you will rather than forecasting the study is in the journal Nature. The findings suggest that the last ice age was significantly colder than scientists thought and that matters today the reason that. We want to know how cold last ice ages beyond the fact that it's just a cool thing to know. Is that we can actually use it to understand a quantity called climate sensitivity climate sensitivity is a measure of how much the planet warms in response to rising greenhouse gases. In this long ago case, we know how much carbon dioxide concentrations increased between the last ice age in preindustrial period from air bubbles trapped in ancient ice, and now we have tyrannies new results on the temperature difference between glacial and interglacial conditions. Together, these data suggest that low end estimates of climate sensitivity in which greenhouse gases don't cause much warming are unlikely to be correct if we have low climate sensitivity than than, we would be less worried about what all the missions are going to do. And so we can kind of rule those those possibility out know I suppose that's that's not great news.
Mint, Outdoor Pots in Winter, and Transplanting in Fall
"Where I garden in New Mexico September is a very dry month. Our summer monsoons are over, but it's still super warm and we get about an inch and a half of rain if we're lucky in September which is not a lot and just definitely not enough to keep my tomatoes. Happy. And I don't grow a lot of vegetables as you know, if you're a regular listener to this podcast, but I love homegrown tomatoes and I don't even start harvesting them until August. So September is a very important month for me and getting my watering right I. Grow in containers and I need to make sure they don't succumb to bottom blossom rot which we've spoken about in the past, and that's where my dram rain wand comes in the shower setting on the dram rain wand is the perfect setting to very gently but completely thoroughly soak the potting mix in my container. There is nothing I found that does a better job of watering my tomato Anything else that you really need to water in your garden than a rain wand from dram. So check them out at Rainman DOT COM and you'll be happy and your tomatoes will be happy. Today for our eat drink grow segment we're going to talk about keeping plants in pots throughout the winter either outdoors on their own or with a little bit of protection because sometimes container plants need a little extra help from the people who are growing them. Don't they see oh, that's right. They'd say that the soil in a container whether it's a pot or a box or a trough. Gets about twenty degrees colder around temperature. All right. We need to be thinking about that first of all, always for putting something in a container that we want to live through the winter. That means that that plant needs to be hardy about two zones colder. Than where we are so if you're looking, for example for a small evergreen to put in a pot on your porch and you wanted it to be outside during the winter, you look for an evergreen that's hardy to zones below with if you're in zone six, you would want something that's hardy zone for yeah, and the reason for that is pretty easy to understand if you stop and think about it if you're growing something in a container that route ball has a very limited amount of soil surrounding it to act as insulation maybe two. Inches maybe three if it's a really big container, but as that plant grows the amount of soil insulating the roots become smaller as the roots take up more space in that container, a plant growing in the ground that very same plant growing in the ground has much more soil insulating its root zones. Maybe even some mulch which you've laid down, and if you're growing in containers, you need to make up that difference in some creative way There are a few things going on here in terms of plants making it through the winter in containers. And we just talked on the first one, which is you want the right plan outside in order to make it, and we'll talk in a second about what if you don't have the right plant what if you've got a bunch of roses in pots and you know they're not hardy to zones colder from where you are so So there's that the plant and then there's also the pot itself and trying to prevent that pot from breaking. Yeah and also then there is the matter of if you're think it's marginally hardy trying to protect it. So which should we start? We just touched on the plants and finding the right plant. Let's say you've got the plant in the pot and we'll come back to the material of the pot later. But let's say you have the plant in the pot and you know it's probably not gonNa make it through the winter without a little help from you. There's a couple of things you can do and the simplest thing maybe just to move that pot if you have a part that's Out in the open and you bring that up against the southern wall of your house where it gets direct, Sun all day and that Sun reflects off the wall of the House that could easily keep that pot ten degrees warmer. So that's really simple if you can move your pot to a sheltered location that sunny, it's going to get some reflected heat. That's a really easy thing to do another. Fairly easy thing to do is to put some sort of insulation around the pot. Yes and people have used bubble wrap for that quite successfully This is another great use for the large smart pots if you have a big smart pot. You can put it out. You can then put your pot inside the smart pot and the area in between Your Pot and smart pot outside you stuff with leaves. I love that idea I never thought of that and not only does the smart pot contained the leave so they don't blow all around. You know it keeps it all nice and tidy. That's number one, number two, the smart pots are black, and so they absorb Shuki of. Never. Great idea. So that's a great use for the smart parts and you could use the same smart parts that you plant your potatoes in during the summer and repurpose them to help protect a plant and or potted plant through the winter. When I was working on New York City terraces. This was something I had to deal with all the time and if I had round containers do the bubble ramp thing. I'd rapped the containers in that and then I put something attractive over at like Burlap so that it had didn't look like everything was wrapped in bubble pack and another way you can do this. If you have square containers is cut pieces of that Styrofoam Insulation Board and put them along each side and then wrapped them in burlap or else it's going to be more attractive to look at because not all pots. Of insulation value in and of themselves, right. The material they're made out of makes a big difference that is true and you know even a pot that isn't going to break those often don't have insulation value because the walls are so thin and so adding something extra can make the difference between the plan barely making it and having it come back gangbusters next year.
Loren Kopseng: Bird Strike at Night
"Your recently chatting with Marc Baker. Offend of yours and you shared with him some pictures of. You had a bird strike in your beloved. Husky. So do you mind sharing that story with us? We're we're in what we doing how did it happen? We were hunting pheasants in southern South Dakota, a friend of mine, and we hundred up the other short October thirtieth. North here where we live. In five o'clock start to get dark probably five thirty and we got out of this hunting place. So we landed in. Fargo in the dark from southern South Dakota South Appear South Dakota gradually, the town Dallas, and I just came out of a farm. Land Right at this camp where we hunted and I came Outta there I'd feel that Pierre South Dakota way down. So I- plenty of fuel to get to Fargo North Dakota. Dropped my friend off in the dark refueled and started to Bismarck and it was. Also a night ceiling was like A. Twenty, five, hundred, three, thousand feet, which was fine and abused was okay. But my Husky that I had was via foreign the airplane I had replaced the attitude indicator with an electronic one with a decent. Attitude indicator and a ball. So it's basically. A little better than needle airspeed but not much but enough to fly at night if I had to. Actually cost of Fargo heading towards Bismarck North Dakota and I, could see occasionally I was getting a little bit of something. So I put my light on and. I was getting some snow and my airplane doesn't have PTO. Wasn't bad snow but I could see it in the lights and strobes. But I still like it visibility and I was blow the clouds and so I just put her long thirty five hundred feet. Fargo is nine hundred feet above sea level Bismarck in sixteen, Seventy Four. So I'm. Heading west from Fargo North excluded Bismarck North Dakota thirty five hundred feet so roughly fifteen hundred feet above the ground. You know. Easter Bismarck and I've just bad jomon happy trucking along my GPS is working I checked into bismarck approach control. I was squawking the code they gave me and you know just going home all of a sudden. Bo The windshield came in on me and my first reaction was. Airplanes. facture my shop. Why would the windshield break in on me and there was something covering my right I didn't know what it was my glasses. Were smashed my headset. Knocked off it went in the back seat. There was a tremendous amount of cold air hitting. He was about twenty degrees at night. And the bird that hit me I had no idea what it was really came through the front windshield high and took the roof out HUSKIES got plexiglas on the roof to trip that out and then it blew the left windows out. Don't know how but the left window system and yet the the bottom of the flap and cut yet and hit the tail. At, this point in my life I have to, you know bifocals readers so I could see anything. Looking down for a frequency and so lauren cannot partially there for a second. So you just flying back from a nice weekend hunting trip. It's at night snow in a little bit but visibility is good. Just a dark night I presume with overcast. But you're over pretty flat terrain out there North Dakota and it's interesting to me. You didn't hear a loud Bam or the first thing you notice was just your windshield caved in and for a few minutes it sounds like you had no idea why I didn't have any idea. What happened until I got it on the ground other than the windshield came in. I told you the approach control guys I found my headset backseat and cut it up and got it on and told I got a windshield and they were asking me if I wanted to emergency they were voted me about that and I'm trying to fly the airplane and they sure get to see on the ground and I don't Della -mergency please you know slummy fly this thing and so I was able to slow down slightly I didn't WanNa. Definitely wanted to get it on the ground quick but I had a good engine. It was running fine no vibration and control the airplane. I L runs and everything was working right and so I had to airplane from then on it was mainly. So cold in there, it took a big chunk of the top of the airplane out so. I had a tremendous airs, twenty degrees at night. so as immediately, really cold and swansdown helps some. But not much and So I had about twenty five miles to get it to where I live Bismarck. Fortunately, there wasn't any win that night they lit up of a runway for me to one which. Pretty much straight in. I was really glad to get it on the ground and glad they didn't have a serious crossman to deal with or anything else. But I was not able to switch over to our tower frequency or a ground control. But my friends were working in the tower they've been working with me for twenty five miles. And I sold my hey, I can't see that. The frequency. You GotTa land me on approach and taxi me on approach which they did Bismarck's relatively small community in and I knew the tower guy at that time. That was really about it. I got it on the ground and got it our hangar where we got some lights on it, and then I began to see what really happened.
Are There Months When You Shouldn't Eat Raw Oysters?
"You know that every month sands? May June July and August? Has the letter are in its name? Don't look it up. Take my word for it. Did you also know there's an old wives tale that you shouldn't eat raw oysters in months without the letter are in it once again. You don't need to look it up. I'M NOT GONNA. Lie To you the logic behind this is that if you eat oysters during these months? Months you could get sick. Sounds like crazy talk right, and perhaps so perhaps not, but if you think about it, the months without an our fall during the summer in the Northern Hemisphere and the truth is that if you eat raw oysters in the summer, you do run the risk of getting violently sick. That's because and let me tell you. This does not come from an old wife. When the weather is warm, bacteria known as Vibrio, vulnificus and Vibrio Para hemolytic. Thrive and these pathogens multiply like nobody's business in warm water, especially in the Gulf of Mexico where there are a lot of voice, tres harvested so eating raw oysters during the summer theoretically could increase your chances of becoming sick, unlike chicken, pork or hamburger, all of which stink to high heaven when they go bad oysters do not so you can't tell when an oyster has turned the corner. They're also usually not rancid to the taste. However, you'll feel the effects about twenty four to forty eight hours after eating and. That's gone bad with Vibrio, chills fever, vomiting diarrhea. You know the drill in some people, high doses of Vibrio can actually be life threatening, especially, the elderly those with compromised immune systems and people who drink too much alcohol, but let's be clear. Infections caused by all Vibrio. Species are rare. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates. There are about eighty thousand vibrio illnesses of all types. Each year in the United States more than half are related to eating contaminated food, the most common strain. Vibrio Para Hema. lickochops is responsible for forty five thousand illnesses annually. Those numbers are a drop in the bucket, compared to sow Manila which the CDC says is responsible for more than one million illnesses each year. Those eating oysters harvested from the Gulf coast where the water typically is warmer than along the east and west coasts should be on guard. That's because Vibrio thrives on the water temperature near sixty eight degrees, Fahrenheit, or twenty degrees Celsius, so if you're going to saddle up to an oyster bar during the summer months, and our concern, whether these slimy suckers are contaminated well, ask the chef. Could from most chefs are reliable and only buy from reputable fisheries and purveyors they trust, or you can just stick to the cold water, east or west coast oysters until the chillier months return in the Gulf.
Heat will stay stuck on extra high for July in most of US
"The heat is on and for most of America it'll stay on through the rest of the month and maybe longer meteorologists say the US is baking death valley was up to a hundred and twenty degrees in many public places people go to cool off may not be open because of the corona virus New York city's giving seniors free air conditioners because of that the National Weather Service says record temperatures will be broken some places in the triple digits for the start of the week most of the country in the nineties by the end of the week but meteorologists are Begada puts it in perspective reminding us that summer when you're cold air mass in January this is a hot air mass and summer we tend to see the heat extremes cominco Julie Walker New York
Heat will stay stuck on extra high for July in most of US
"The heat is on and for most of America it'll stay on through the rest of the month and maybe longer meteorologists say the US is baking death valley was up to a hundred and twenty degrees in many public places people go to cool off may not be open because of the corona virus New York city's giving seniors free air conditioners because of that the National Weather Service says record temperatures will be broken some places in the triple digits for the start of the week most of the country in the nineties by the end of the week but meteorologists are Begada puts it in perspective reminding us that summer when you're cold air mass in January this is a hot air mass and summer we tend to see the heat extremes cominco Julie Walker New York
Polar Vortex Brings Rare May Snow, Record Lows To Boston
"It's a tale of two seasons across the U. S. this weekend and PR's Amy held reports arctic air is bringing freezing temperatures and snow to the east central and southern U. S. and the west is getting intense heat is feeling more like March the name from the Dakotas down to Alabama and up the east coast where a polar vortex is bringing freeze warnings and frost advisories in Huntsville Alabama temperatures broke a century old record for cold Massachusetts saw a measurable maybe snow fall for the first time in almost two decades and main went under a winter storm warning meanwhile in the western third of the country is feeling more like summer with temperatures up to twenty degrees above normal and parts of California under an excessive heat
Don't believe everything you see
"Kit K. Crumb at she bill dot com. And I will send you the book. You've vindicated as your choice. But now today don't believe everything you see what each individual may have a different perception of reality. Reality is a fixed factor. Perception of reality is reality. Make sense of that well. For example if two people or skiing mountain witness an avalanche description of the sound and the amount of snow involve will vary but both skiers will agree that it was some avalanche as something pretty big. What about those Pesky little things? We encounter every day for law enforcement. Personal perception is a huge concern. This is why with auto accidents and certain crimes. A police officer will ask the question several times then turn to another witness and asked the same question. They're trying to find out what really happened. Not what was perceived to have happened? The implication is that what you see or don't see may not be reality. I ride a motorcycle and wrote a book Navigating Mountain curves on a motorcycle. Now a bestseller audio fashion. You can get that at my website. It my research for this book. I interviewed a number of police officers. Who responded to the scene of a motorcycle accident? They told me that almost all the drivers of the car involved said they didn't even see the motorcycle. How could that be what I discovered amazed me? It's something called in attentional blindness. This is when a driver encounters. Let's say a four-way stop every day on the way to work it's early. He occasionally encounters another car going in the opposite direction but never one on the right or left so when he glances to the right. He doesn't see the motorcycle but that begs the question. Why not he glances to his right and the motorcycle is they're sitting at the stop sign waiting his turn. Why doesn't he see the motorcycle? The answer is how the brain perceives. What we see truth. What you see is not the real world what it is your brains desk. Guess Reality based on input from your eyeball. Cicadas are quick eye movements. Your brain has to ignore cottage information. Because the I flicked too fast. If the brain kept all data provided by the fast moving your vision would be blurred. So when we scan and intersection our brain prefers to see a series of pictures called. Dixie and in the movement between fixation between the CICADAS. Our brain sees nothing. Of course life is not afflict book so the brain uses the or pictures to guess what happens in between and gathered pre existing data to fill up the space and provide a smooth on blurred image. The answer for accurately seen when you're shirring intersection would be to scan slowly this way. The brain doesn't have to smooth things out doesn't have to create a picture like image that it puts together with the familiar and in the process. Leaving out all the sports cars or motorcycles or any vehicle that hasn't been encountered at that intersection before just as a brain blocks out the blurry it also blocks out what it considers irrelevant with. Something called selective attention in general. We are more likely to notice things that are sexy dangerous. This is why honking the horn. Get your attention for years has implied danger or at least look over here. See me also. The color red has been shown to be an attention getter then there is peripheral blindness. Just twenty degrees off the line of sight and humans lose ninety percent of their vision although clear images are lost. The brain will pick up on the movement in. It's peripheral an example peripheral blindness or the windshield being in your car. Fortunately they are usually located at ten and two so as not to obscure anything when driving straight ahead but anything communist the car from that angle of ten or two will be invisible. Finally there is contrast blindness. It's been determined to contrast is the greatest single factor the acquisition of target. So it would seem that to truly see reality. One would have to slow the scanning process in this way the brain only reports. What is their luck out over the forest meadow in a slow
Power Off Stall Tips
"Start something that's a little bit little bit just technical and start to talk about that so having a hard time with my power off stall any tips so the power off stall is also known as the approach to landing stall and I've really tried to rename it myself to make sure that I connect that approach to landing to it because that will tell you everything you need to know about setting up your power off stall. So you're coming into the pattern right. You're going to be landing. You're reducing your power back as you're coming into the pattern power off. That's how we know we are doing a power off stall emulating a landing so you'll typically do this with flaps you will you can either do a straight ahead or you can do it. In a banked turn essentially this one is really easy with the flaps out and most airplanes the the airplane is more docile in the stall. You don't have the left turning. Tendencies that the power on stall we know that if you have that powerful throttle or even partial throttle that you are going to get those left turning tendencies that will pull the one way in power off stall you. Don't really have that so. The airplane is fairly docile. What I do is I get the airplane in. Approach speed Say Sixty to seventy miles per hour in a Cessna. One seventy two. And then all you do. Is you pull the nose up to the horizon? Okay you put the top of the cowling right on the horizon in a one seventy. Two's going to different other airplanes. And then you You hold it there. Until you get the stall indications with the flaps down you're going to get a fairly mild stall You'll feel buffet. You'll hear the stall warning Horn and you may get that momentary drop and as a pilot. You're the one forcing it there right. You're forcing it to that horizon. So all you need to do to recover is relaxed the pressure on the yoke reduce the angle of attack. And then you can get the wing flying again now. The recovery the entire recovery is reducing the angle of attack sue. Get Out of the critical of attack the wing flying again just by doing that. Little Bit of change in your pitch attitude and then adding power in and climbing out of that approach to land install so recently emulating that we've come in we've we've for some reason Become distracted and we got to slow. We got to a stall condition and we really do want to have that power in there to recover. You still can just put that nose right on the horizon. And that's GonNa give you a enough of a of of a climb and then you would want to reduce your flaps by one notch. If you are say at thirty thirty degrees you can even go to twenty degrees in one. Seventy two so couple of different helpful. Things THEIR POWER PITCH UP CLEANUP BASICALLY POWER UP POWER FORWARD PITCH UP CLEAN UP FAST recovery after you've reduced angle of attack and got the wing flying again and then you minimize how much altitude you lose all right. So it's all about that recovery and in there you go.
What's next for Solar Orbiter after its historic launch to the sun
"Hey brain stuff lauren. Boban here a newly launched spacecraft promises to broaden our understanding of the sun called solar orbiter or the Solo for short it left Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Central Florida on Sunday February. Ninth at three PM. The new probes part of an international collaboration between NASA and the European Space Agency or ESA both parties contributed to its arsenal of scientific instruments. Some of these gadgets will remotely image the Sun It's atmosphere and the materials it spews forth others are built to keep tabs on the spacecraft's immediate surroundings during the wee hours of February tenth. Two Thousand Twenty European Space Operation Center in Darmstadt Germany got a signal confirming the orbiter's on board solar panels were functioning correctly so begins a seven year plan mission the orbiter is supposed to take to paraphrase. Robert Frost the route less traveled. You see all the planets in our solar system revolve around the sun on the same General Plane. Give or take a few degrees called the ecliptic plane. It's like a giant invisible disk a one that very nearly lines up with Sun's equator most of our space fearing devices are gravitationally confined to this plane but the so low is meant to escape it by exploiting the gravity of Earth and Venus the probe will orbit the sun on a unique and tilted pathway. This unique trajectory will give the solo twenty two close approaches to the Sun as close as twenty six million miles or thirty five million kilometers as well as bringing it within the orbit of Mercury to study the sun's influence on space. It will also give the solo the chance to do something no craft has ever done before take pictures of the solar polls looking down from above or up from below just like Earth. The Sun has a north and South Pole in two thousand eighteen the ESA used data from the probe to satellite trying to determine what the northern pole looks like. But probe to couldn't photograph this region directly. If all goes according to plan the solo will do just that. It's I close pass by. The Sun will be twenty twenty at about a third the distance from the Sun to Earth. And that's just the beginning. Another mission involves SOLO PARTNERING UP WITH BE Parker Solar probe launched in two thousand eighteen. This space craft is able to fly much closer to the sun and the solo ever will comparing the feedback from both probes. Ought to tell us. A great deal about the mysterious phenomenon called solar wind which are streams of charged particles. Any color pictures that the solo gives us should provide relevant insights to the sun's polar probably have a big effect on its atmosphere as a whole along with the winds unleashes. The Solos unique travel plans will put it in contact with intense heat and extreme cold. The new probe is going to revolve around the Sun. Very long very narrow oval shaped orbit as it nears the Star. Things will get rather toasty. And that's why designers fitted solar orbiter with reflective heat shield coated in titanium foil according to NASA this shield stand temperatures as high as nine hundred seventy degrees Fahrenheit or five hundred and twenty degrees Celsius. It's also got
Parking Lot Landing With Jeff King
"This was in two thousand are at that point in time. I would my Turkey six at that point. I had about four hundred dollars on that particular aircraft and I used it for business and personal travel so at that point it was in September. I was during the visit. My sister and we flew from Holland to troy. Michigan and troy is a kind of an urban airport little bit north of Detroit Michigan and it was an uneventful flight. We you know the Cheer King. Six has four fuel tanks. We burn down the first two fuel tanks and landed in the left hip tank. No issues there. We rode my bike to my sisters and then came back and decided to go back home. We were GONNA stop at Hillsdale to get fuel. That's another airport that I was based out of at that point in time. And when you say we jeff who was in the airplane with you oh. I'm sorry I'm a HAM radio operator. We use that word we sometimes so no. I okay got it. You were so low and flying over to see your sister who I know you shared with us was sick. And you're flying over to visit her and then your plan was to visit her for a bit and then turn around and depart for home. That same evening is that right. That's correct come home that evening. So we wrote our bike back to the airport and Dinner run up and everything seemed fine. I had been doing short field takeoffs to says as a habit even though this was not really a short field and that was about a thousand pounds under gross so we didn't take off the twenty degrees flaps What up pretty fast. We pitched over from V. Ecstasy Y and immediately after that with the answer starts to stumble and then we lost power. It was of course it was nighttime. At that point we were on the eastbound runway runway nine and two seven at that particular report and started a turn it back to the field and then all of a sudden Stalin came on. And we're at roughly three hundred feet at that point. In time at that point you would your engine fails or I head engine stumble with Cherokee six four take aircraft and if you're going to get any kind of range out of it you would run out of fuel at altitude and the engine would star. Bill. Would I talk about that? You're eight ten thousand feet up. Always have something picked out ahead of time so your your heart would always flutter. I Dunno if anyone's ever not changed a tank purpose or not in for your heart flutters. Well this time. It wasn't on purpose this time. I wasn't ten thousand feet. This time. I was up three hundred feet. So you got that moment where you. Oh my gosh. A couple seconds elapses. It seems like a couple of minutes. So short field takeoffs techniques who knows is relatively high you're climbing out at Vx SPEED. You're just beginning to push over to capture V. Y. and your engine stumbles and then very shortly thereafter. You see the stall light right so at the airport when Stalin came on thankfully might training. At least I feel like my training kicked in at that point. My instructor be if our instructor. Jason Dyson from years past always messed around with me. I guess this lack of a better where we would fail the engine on me and he'd always tell me if you lose your engine on takeoff. The Insurance Company owns the airplane. What he meant by that was that you worry about yourself. You don't worry about your airplane. You worry about yourself so when that stall I came on I just pushed the forward. I didn't see what was outside. I didn't I didn't even look outside of this. Pushing forward was at a fairly aggressive. Push Jeff relatively hard or Takasu. Assume that that push. Yeah you have to understand. This whole series of events probably was fifteen to twenty seconds for the time I rotated to the time the engine baby ten fifteen seconds so there. There was a lot going on in a very short period of time so I would say the push was relatively hardware pushed it forward. Yeah where I was pitching over the top. I dropped flaps out as well. I took a twenty degrees. I dropped in ten when I went to wide and then I immediately pulled some flaps in his well once I was pitched down because I knew there was there was not a lot of space in front of me and I was correct. There wasn't so I'm I'm pitch down. I'm seeing portion of the Walmart parking lot in front of me and then a feel beyond their. I just pushed it down. I think one of the witnesses said he went into a dive and I did because I did not have a lot a lot of space to land the point. Jeff how is the visibility here? So you said you're up about three hundred feet when it stumbles. You're pushing over so now you can see over the knows. I mean you only had a couple seconds to make a decision here on where to go was visibility. An issue for you at all. Visibility was on an issue. The only thing with this particular field was I. My in-laws lived in the area. My sister lived in the area side using air for quite a bit so I knew there wasn't a lot a lot of choices to go if she had a problem. Yeah that looking at where you were in. That era means basically the Detroit Metro area. It's pretty crowded around that airport for sure. It's a industrial a mixed industrial commercial retail area. Yeah any Cherokee. Six has a relatively long nose. So when you're pissed up like that in a short field takeoff you pitch over visibility over the nose for at least a little bit can be an issue but you pitch over to start capturing glider really. You weren't interested in capturing a glide you're religious interested in preventing the stall at that point at that point it was just it was just muscle memory. I guess for lack of a better word. Where then you're training kicks in and you're doing things you're supposed to be doing and not thinking about it. So I I just I saw that stall icon and I thought about departure stalls. I mean again. It was such a limited period of time. I remember on the way down. The properties rotating slowly probably from the wind are not sure that the NTSB thought possibly the engine starting to catch again. And there's always coming down but at that point I stopped doing any of the checks doing and I just committed to the landing in trying to retain control the aircraft and was the Walmart parking lot straight ahead. Did you have to make a slight turn to get there? Where was it in relation to the attitude of your airplane while it was laughed and I started to do a turn when the ancient stumbled to try to come back to the field so call them turn right when that style came on. I I gave up. I know I've got to save myself fly. The airplane fly the airplane. Fly that Europe Lane. What I saw my windshield again was pretty surreal. I saw a white van. There was a very narrow strip of the parking lot that was free of cars. I saw white van ahead of me. Turning the left it turned out it was a white car but from that altitude looked like a white van and I just basically all my gosh. I hope he turns. I hope he turns. Because that's the only option. I have a whole bunch of parked cars and to the right of me. It was dark. I really couldn't see to the right of me. I had to go where I could see. Thankfully he turned. It probably wouldn't have been an issue for him anyway. She was so far away. But still if you saw the photographs that I sent there was like an alley behind a row of buildings and I was kind of aiming for the alley. That alley was behind a strip mall behind. The store is a Walmart. I was passing over. Then there was a parking lot. Anyth- me then a strip mall that had a alley behind it. I was trying to turn to edge between there and the feel Birla's again that turn was roughly from the time your engine sputtered. You start turning you. Were turning back with a sputtering engine then Pretty Soon. You realize the engines had quit. You're about to stall you push over and so that was About a ninety degree. Turn away from runway heading to head towards this parking lot. Is that about right arm? Say about sixty to seventy degrees but yeah right okay so laughing more or less north okay and you really have limited options. You pushed down to prevent the stall you seeing the only real open spaces parking lot. So you're pushing to keep flying airspeed into get into this parking lot. Did you have any ability as you came down for lateral control to miss? You know lighting or cars or anything like that or you pretty much really minimally guiding the airplane at this point I had enough control to put a heart slip in also to try to get down Got It okay. Yeah you can see the parking lot for quite well but as far as being able to see what's around you you really couldn't like I hook theon right main landing gear on a shopping cart corral when I was flaring and I didn't even see that yeah. I saw that in the video. You sent by the way for our listeners. We'll have the pictures that Jefferson and the short video clip from the parking lot that shows a portion of a crash up on our website. So That is interesting so you turn it. You see the parking lot but you're too high so now you're into a pretty good slip to try to lose that altitude to get down to the parking lot and then you come in and take it from there so I'm pushing down hard starting to flare and I didn't see the shopping cart crowd but it hooked my right main as I said. Toilet the right main often it went shopping. Carts went flying in the air. I guess the at this point it starts to become I mean the whole thing was surreal but then it becomes extremely surreal at this point. I guess the first impression layer craft landed pretty hard Cherki sixes glide like a brick and of course I lost my right man. I didn't know it but I lost my right main. Sorry hit down pretty hard. I was a little bit stunned for a moment. When I hit the ground then became really surreal. Like I said I imagine yourself on the expressway. Drive your card about maybe seventy miles an hour and you go through a bunch of shopping carts. I mean they're flying up all around the airplane That was pretty bizarre. Then I'm sliding across the parking lot in this aircraft you know. I don't have any control. I mean there's no steering control all I mean I don't my right man I I. I was hoping to go between the Strip mall and the right side of the parking lot but the plane started to go to the right because there was no right it was dragging thankfully to the right was there was nothing to the right other than the embankment. Another parking lot about a five foot drop roughly so I'm sliding along okay. I think I'm going to live at this point. I'm shook it up but you know all my body parts are attached the cabins and tech which I got to say about Piper Cabin was was stayed intact through the whole accident so all of a sudden I'd see this bright white lights on my right side I go by. What is this all about? You know that lasted for about a second. And I'll get back to the moment. And then I shout over the parking lot over the embankment which is about a five foot drop that was on their big bump and then finally came to stop at the edge of the second part right the field or back to that white light as they say. I'm not really a religious person but apparently that was the tip tank getting sheared off on the The curb of the of the first part is that went over the embankment the Cherokee six has a fiberglass tank on it so it totally open it I at seventeen gallons in the right tank and totally open the tank up before an accident. And there's a number of things you're supposed to. Todd opened the door up. Turn the electrical off well. I didn't turn electoral off. I had incandescent lightbulb on the right tip. But as soon as the tip take opened up and of course Saddam flight broken immediately caused a fireball. Well thankfully the fireball and the gasoline got left behind and I kept going so I I come to a stop I look out my right window and the right. There's a small fire in the right wing. I didn't know I'd lost all my fuel. It was what was left so I- scramble out of the airplane I literally You can see one of the pictures where the right. Meanwhile sitting next to the right wing I literally had to dodge the right. The right wheels bouncing across the parking lot heady get the airplane. I had to either dodge it when I got on the airplane. As you're playing was a small fire the right wing. I didn't know the fuel situation there was you know. And of course I saw a huge fire behind me. I just got away from the airplane at that point so you survived the crash. You step out dodge. The right landing gear still bouncing down the pavement towards you and then what was your next action from there you're standing there looking at this Wreck of an airplane and thankful that you survived it. Thankful that the airplane protected you and then would you do jeff. Well at that point I ran up the embankment back onto the main Walmart. Parking Lot and there was a few people there. I I guess one of them did you. They asked me if the pilots okay and I said well I was the pilot. I'm okay everything's trying to register at that point and I asked to call nine one one. They already had called nine one one and we just waited for the police to get there and so forth. What an interesting deal. That happens so quickly. From your estimation from the time you release breaks till I don't know maybe thirty seconds forty five seconds later you're standing up on that embankment looking at your
Australia's Extreme Heat
"By and large are pretty direct people so it figures walking into Mary Con Yards House west of Sydney. She would get right to the point. Good how are you hot cooking here? It's about thirty eight degrees Celsius outside one hundred Fahrenheit which is relatively cool compared to what it's been like this frontal at least it keeps some of the heat out some not much. Three fans are humming in Conrad's living room. The lights are off to save money on electricity in con- yards banks cleaned to her forehead like she just got out of the shower. Just vacuumed ZANU. Coming and this is what happens to me. Lives in community housing a rental unit for lower income. People that's located in Greater West Sydney a fast growing part of the country's largest city that a few months ago held another distinction the hottest place on Earth about one hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit or as Conard puts it. It was hot and when its stinking hot door. Just you know hot hot like it is on this day. Conard like many people in West. Sydney has a really hard time running. The air conditioner. Day is not an option. It's too expensive so is moving. It's a struggle. It's really a struggle. You WanNa do things but the heat just zaps it out of you. Heat waves as well as being a silent killer. It's a social killer. Lucinda coats is a scientist with risk. Frontiers a private research center that focuses on natural hazards like bushfires cyclones and flooding about twenty years ago. Coats had the grim task of cataloging. How many people? Each of those natural disasters had historically killed in Australia. And that's when we first thinking hang on a minute hate wives. They seem to have killed more people than all the other natural hazards combined. Yes all other hazards combined with elderly people in the poor. Most at risk code says it's too soon to know how many people may have died during this past. Summer's extreme heat but history might provide a somber clue in one thousand nine thirty nine in two thousand nine. Australia had devastating bushfires black Friday and black Saturday as they're now called both were preceded by heat waves and those heatwaves alone code says are each believed to have killed more than four hundred people the deadliest fire a hundred and seventy three is twice as many as succumb to the bushfires but the heat waves didn't get nearly the same attention. It was all fire photos of crying families. And cinch teddy bears and you can see why the the newsworthy bushfire is a terrifying thing but heatwaves. How can you take a picture of a heatwave? I've got a powerpoint presentation with a young chap just holding a water bottle and drinking out of the water bill. That's that's my picture of a heatwave. So it's really hard to communicate the immediate danger and there's a fast growing need to communicate that danger. A recent climate report by the Australian government found the country has warmed by more than one degree Celsius just in the last century. Extreme heat events are increasing in frequency as is the risk of extreme fire and extreme flooding. All of which has happened in Australia and just the last few months. Sebastian vouch is a research fellow at western Sydney University. Who's focusing on climate change in urban heat? Everything's extreme. It's exactly like how scientists for thirty years predict climate change to actually pan out and it's not twenty thirty forty or fifty anymore. It's twenty twenty. We have it. It's happening vouches. There are ways you can build for heat. For example houses could be painted. Certain color to reflect light. Green or living roofs could provide insulation. Houses could be built smaller with more room for treason greenspace. Australia is updating. Its National Construction Code in twenty twenty. Two and extreme heat is being considered in the changes but new codes would primarily be aimed at new buildings and the people most affected by heat tend to be folks like Mary concert living in older buildings that were designed long before bouts of extreme heat. Were much of a thought. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate the refi. Have my head and being able to pay pay for it and do that but I think sometimes it's poor design went with public housing. The nonprofit that LISA'S COGNAC. Thome knows this is an issue. Divisional Manager Heather Chaffee says she hears it from clients all the time for us as a housing provider. Tricky housing market. It's it's distressing to be honest. When often doesn't own the homes they rent chaffee says so? It makes it hard to make modifications instead. They focused on warning tenants. When extreme heat is coming but she knows that's not enough heat. She says is a global social justice issue. It's the poorest people that are going to suffer them iced so she says there needs to be a larger societal discussion about how we prepare for extreme heat because as a summer just showed. It's already
Bathsheba Demuth: Environmental Historian
"This episode of is on Conservation I spoke with author and environmental historian Bethsheba. Demuth Demuth is an assistant professor at Brown University who specializes in the intersection between humans. Ecosystems ideas in history the work that I do as an environmental historian is broadly focused on the North American and Russian Arctic and particularly the relationships between people and animals and people in Ecosystems. More broadly over the past two hundred years or so. We talked over. Skype demuth was in fairbanks as the professor was performing research for her new book. Her first book is titled Floating Coast and Environmental History of the Bering Straits. Npr called it. A quote deeply studied deeply felt book that lays out a devastating complex history of change notes. What faces us now and dares us to imagine better in quote as we proceed and get into this interview. I will note that I spoke with Professor Demuth while she was at the university library so it can be a little loud in the background at times. It's a busy place. I can promise you however that this will be one of the most compelling and interesting accounts of the history of whaling that you had ever you look so cold yes. It's a little chilly up here. What's the what's the weather like right? Now it's actually a pretty Balmy day today. It's about twenty degrees. It was about fifty degrees colder here last week. You've you've draw the line pretty much anything around ten. Just can't do it for me of all the things that makes this whole conversation. That much more interesting demuth was actually drawn to the Arctic in her young adult life and even lived in the Yukon for two years. And yes doing all the things that you're imagining right now tracking bears hunting. Caribou FISHING SALMON. And yes even. Husky Mushin Dog sledding and no. I'm not making that up. She's that for real your your first journeys out there. If I understand right was your running dog sled yes so when I was eighteen I decided to take a gap year as we. Now call them although they weren't really called then And went to a little community north of the Arctic Circle in the Yukon territory to be a dog handler which is basically an apprentice to somebody who has a dog team and I knew nothing about sled dogs. When I moved up there I was eighteen so I thought I knew something about things but I really didn't. And that was my first introduction to the Arctic. Okay and how long you said you do that for two years. Yes do you. Do you still remember how to do it? I mean I. It's kind of like riding a bicycle except in this particular case. You're working with dogs so you can remember how to do the physical pieces of it but you also need to have a relationship with animals. You're working with so. I'm sure that if I had a team and I spent a lot of time with them would would all come back because I would be making that relationship with dogs but I'd like a bicycle. You can't just grab one and go right right. Yeah that makes sense You don't have to get to know your bike. I right I probably ended up working appear because my dad read me too much Jack London when I was a kid. So there's definitely a literary connection in there now. I could do a really poor job of basically giving it a synopsis of the Book. Or I'm sure it would be much more articulate coming from you Tell us a little bit more about the Soviet whaling And more specifically what you found so fascinating a about that topic. Yes the book that I published. Just this past fall called floating coast looks at basically the the past two hundred years or so along the Bering Strait both the Russian Arctic and in the US Arctic. It's a it's a two country history but because it's an environmental history in some ways it's a history of no country because it's looking at processes an an animals that don't really matched onto nation state borders and the the the project is kind book ended no Pun intended by could have two episodes of large scale whaling the first one being in the nineteenth century for market whalers capitalist wailers most of them coming from New England in fact some of them from where I now live in Providence. Who were coming up to kill bowhead. Whales for oil for lamp oil mostly and then the book closes with a couple of chapters about Soviet whaling in the twentieth century. Which in many ways is just the socialist analog to the to the capitalist wailing in that it is Quite excessive it kills whales far outside their capacity to to reproduce. And keep keep up with the demand and those kind of frames of the book in some ways. Show the things that I found really interesting about this part of the world as a historian. Who's interested in the ways that people's ideas influence the environments? They live in and vice versa. Which is that. It's a it's a place that has a very similar ecology on both sides of the Bering Strait. If you drop down on the peninsula or the seward Peninsula Chukchi Peninsulas in Russia and the seward Peninsula's in Alaska. He can't really tell one from the other right. And let's you know the place extremely well. Because the the flora and the fauna in geology are really comparable but of course in the twentieth century. It gets split by these two big economic ideologies that imagine each other in opposition. Which is you know. Capitalism and socialism. So it's kind of a natural experiment to see how these two ways of managing environments in some sense that the Soviet Union the United States brought with them interact with Arctic species and in the case of Wales they do it very similarly which is more or less trying to kill everywhere they possibly can ya. It's like it's kind of shocking especially when you talk about like as a concern of how many whales are being impacted or what that's doing to the ecosystem comes up that the answer kind of always came back to will. Don't worry. Technology will save us from. That will deliver a positive outcome. Okay can you elaborate on that? Yes this was one of the really interesting commonalities I found between two groups of whalers who were operating hundred years apart from each other or more and in two extremely different cultural and economic contexts is at the end of nineteenth century moby. Dick STYLE TALL SHIP. Whalers call me. Ishmael an ordinary seaman before the mast on the good ship check. What found out a man on Christmas Day of the year? Eighteen forty four on a thousand days. Voight very aware that when they entered a new population of Wales and a piece of the ocean that they hadn't been hunting in before that they would they called. Wailing it out or fishing it out that they would kill off an enormous number of the animals that were that were available locally and that they were doing this and getting further and further from home. So they're aware and using the word extinction by the end of the nineteenth century but at the same time as they're talking about extinction they're basically saying well if we put in place some technological Improvements if our ships get faster. If we're more able to navigate around the sea ice will be able to still catch these whales and there was this kind of belief that because Wales were really intelligent. And all of the whalers nudists and talk about this in detail that there were more whales. They were just shy or had gotten smart and were hiding in new places. So there's actually a couple of lines in Moby Dick Melville talks about you know the whales are just hiding behind the Arctic Sea ice and then after the Second World War the Soviet Union sort of follows the same pattern in that they have very sophisticated marine biology by that point in many ways the the research that so the marine biologist or doing is ahead of what's happening in the United States particularly when it comes to studying ways that whales are social animals and able to communicate vocally with each other They're they're way ahead of what's happening in English. Speaking Countries but at the same time as an aware that that the populations of wheels are dropping but at the same time. They're convinced that as long as they just kind of keep putting more technology online. They're going to be able to keep killing
Sleeping with Bedbugs
"Bed. Bugs have been around forever like before the Pyramids were built and they were a real problem from Alenia until we started using pesticides in a big way particularly de now that is banned pesticide. Use has been really restricted. They're starting to make a comeback. Now call it a comeback. They've been here for years. Cool J is that you also increases in travel have open doors for the little buggers true. That's the classic story. Some poor slob goes on vacation to Disneyland and comes home with Bit Bucks. I thought Disneyland is where you went to get. Measles to poor Disneyland Disneyland's a big corporation. May We don't want to associate them with diseases. Not SMALL FRY. You may ask. They are blood feeding insects in a nutshell right like lice except unlikely they don't live on humans just near us the hang out close to where we sleep or spent sedentary time which is most often in the bedroom but if you're looking for bedbugs it's unlikely you'll see them right here on the bed. Usually there'll be in cracks and crevices in the mattresses or under baseboards around bedside tables. Don't forget clothes. Hang on clothes as well. Yeah and when you go to bed or pull and that shirt that you got from posh mark the jump start feasting. They're not like crawling around on the surface of the closer like in the seams or something like tucked away. So you don't you're not gonNA notice it. Yeah and when we feasting we mean they really settle in and make a meal of it. They don't just take a quick nibble in the runoff. To find someone else to nibble on. They hang out for like five to ten minutes second way like they tuck in and then they finished with that spot they move on down and chump again and start over yeah. They're like the French. I mean they savor their media which is why the bites are in this sort of linear pattern up and down. Someone's arm or leg or abdomen. Or wherever. Yeah escapees also have a linear pattern by the way. But they make burrows tunnels bedbug bites are on exposed parts of the skin like arms and legs if you sleep in shorts and even the face they can sometimes face and they leave a series of bumps with this little center and they are itchy or not. Some people won't be bothered by the bites at all. They might not even have a significant reaction to them or even notice them. That's true but for most people the BYS are usually no big deal. They'll go away after seven to ten days. You might need a little topical steroid cream if the itching is really bad. Or maybe a Benadryl or something but if you have an infestation it'll just keep getting the bites until you get rid of the bug so it doesn't matter if they go around away in seven to ten days because you're getting bit tomorrow night rid of the bugs is no easy task. I am sorry to say that is true but I even before you do that. You have to confirm that it's well and truly bedbugs that are causing a rash and this means you have to catch the suckers and that's kind of hard to do because as we mentioned they don't live honest just near us. There are sometimes clues to the present so like little spots of blood on the sheets and then there's the smell the smell so apparently bedbugs practice. Fairmont that really stinks and is quite noticeable with big time infestations. I've never actually knowingly smelled a bedbug. So me neither but it has been various in described to me knock wood some people say it. Smells like wet towels or gyms hawks. I read that it smells like Cardamon or rotten raspberries. Maybe this smell is dependent on the blood type of the host. The host has been eating. Served the terroir for grapes. Wonder if there's any interesting study in there somewhere probably not probably but here's the coolest thing you can train dogs to detect bedbugs based on the smell. That is cool yet. They can do so much to do what you have to have. A bunch of bed bugs though which seems like it might be hard to get. You can buy them online. I looked you can get anything. You want at Alice's restaurant or Amazon this time it's by bedbugs. Dot Com not Amazon. So theoretically you could train your doctor smell bedbugs. You could also go to local training courses in the Austin area for example it. I'm guessing you look those up. Yeah Yeah. They're probably available at any major metropolitan area. Austin is Weird. Listeners are interested. I can't see a need for private individuals to have a bed bug detection dog please. Nobody go by bedbugs. We not recommending that as just a recipe for things going wrong and then blaming to stupor definitely not recommend. We say do not go by bedbugs to train dog. Please but a pesticide service or hotel. That would be very useful. That's true yes what I. Yeah that's what I thought anyway. Getting rid of them is very difficult. That's the bottom line regardless of whether you have a dog that can smell them or not and people have tried various things dripping off the sheets pillow cases of the bed linens washing them one hundred twenty degree Fahrenheit water because apparently they'd killed at or above this temperature. Yeah but they don't live in your bed. They live around it. So most people suggest manually removing them a cleaning aggressively to get rid of them scraping them out from under the baseboards. And maybe it's time you throughout that mattress you button. Nineteen Ninety eight and stop buying clothes on mark. Never never honestly you know if I got bedbugs I would have no objection to using in my house. Well we're getting there and here's the thing you know how you can put everything in a bag sealed up leave it for a few days in the lifestyle. Yeah not so with bedbugs. They can live in this sort of dormant state without eating for over a year. So none of that stuff. We just mentioned really works. If you have a true infestation the best unfortunately most expensive solution is to call an exterminator. Yeah a reputable one. And don't try to yourself because people have developed serious health problems particularly neurological problems from pesticides. I bought online or by using pesticides incorrectly. Yeah the best medicine though when it comes to. Bedbugs is prevention. Just don't get them in the first place right. So if you notice a musty cardamom raspberry smell and your hotel room. Just leave keeps your case off the floor. Done impact. Put your clothes in the dresser and when you get home wash all your clothes and a hundred twenty degree Fahrenheit water. I'm not really sure. How hot water is it's coming out of my tap. You said it at the hot water heater just to make sure you use a meat thermometer and check the water coming out of my Faucet. One hundred and forty degrees. That's some hot water. I know he's water. Heater is set to something different. Just make sure yours will get the job done so. Do you recommend that like if you come in from a trip just through your stuff directly in the washing machine before you even bring it into your bedroom. Yeah I mean. How's that going to hurt? Yeah I mean. She can't do if they're in your suitcase. Well you gotta you gotTa throw away your suitcase every time every trip Sam Moon here. I travel with the plastic trash bag. There we go okay so we've talked about. The rash is usually no big deal but occasionally the bites can get infected and people can show up in clinic with impetigo even cellulitis. In which case they would need to antibiotic to treat the secondary secondary bacterial infection. But this doesn't happen very often now but what you do see more often than one might think are mental health issues related to bedbugs. I would think it would make me crazy. I mean bedbugs can cause serious anxiety even. Ocd symptoms. There's a social stigma around them. That really shouldn't be there right and you people don't get invested because they're dirty. We live on this planet with lots of other creatures in occasionally. We live somewhat closer than my mother-in-law announced to everybody underdog. She got bed bugs. When she went to Taiwan. It was a great conversation piece for a while. She had no shame. And that's how it should be the rest of us.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Twenty degrees right now W. T. M. J. CBS news update Mike Bloomberg will be one of these six presidential candidates on the debate stage tonight in Las Vegas and CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein hoard says many on that stage will go after him since he's doing well in polls and has not yet debated them he may not start the attacks on other candidates because he'll want to keep the discussion focused on what he believes is his strength which is beating Donald Trump but trust me he will be prime to defend himself and to push back and even to attack if he has to political analyst Larry Sabato says Bernie Sanders stops the polls have been shooting upwards and most of the others have been coming down they've got to go after Sanders they've got many different ways to do it I don't know which what ways they'll choose probably different ways for each candidate but he's battled to take some incoming flak CBS news update on that WTMJ news time three thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center Mitchell International Airport will get six hundred thousand dollars in federal funding to rehabilitate the airports primary runway as part of a five hundred and twenty million dollar total funding project to be given to airports across the country the announcement was made earlier today well the deer will be flowing in more Milwaukee parks in twenty twenty the Milwaukee county parks traveling beer gardens will bring records at Milwaukee brewed beer and root beer to two different to worse you can find out more information online at our website at W. T..
"twenty degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Twenty degrees above normal in parts of the east snow in the intermountain west CBS news meteorologist Jeff burned Ellie Tom Foley CBS news transparency in the food that you eat is becoming a thing among the food trends that are coming with the new year transparency alternative flowers and plant based food people really are interested in where the food that they eat comes from treasure Kelso with Consumer Reports says people want to get back to the basics getting away from the overly processed foods the ones with artificial flavors artificial colors the ones that have long list of ingredients Stenson Kaufman's CBS news newly released emails between the White House and the Pentagon are shedding more light on the order to delay military funding for Ukraine it's the latest wrinkle in the battle over a Senate impeachment trial the emails were released by the center for public integrity house speaker Nancy Pelosi has yet to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate Democrats and Republicans are debating what an impeachment trial would look like and the president held a rally in west Palm Beach where he used his impeachment to rally his voter base you want the full Senate trial with witnesses he believes it will exonerate him an accident on the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike is slowing things down we'll have more coming.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Twenty degrees at eleven OO three I'm al shock WCCO news the hour's top story funeral services are under way in Eagan for seventh grade boy who was struck and killed wall on his bike last week thirteen year old Patrick VTech was headed to school on definitely road last Friday with a vehicle hit him from behind he was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead there the server is taking place at St Thomas Becket Catholic Church in Eagan US senator Amy Klobuchar says she welcomes former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg to the race for the democratic presidential nomination if he does decide to run Bloomberg says he's considering it despite saying earlier he would not run club which are was on with Dave Lee on the WCCO morning news a lot of respect for him but I think I really don't like probably said well yes to get in there and basically save the day I think we have a lot of good candidates running how many of them have shown nationally that they can win I know I can win in the middle of the country which are says it's okay that she and her husband don't have as much money as Bloomberg the firearms deer season begins tomorrow morning and consuming a trend of recent years more women will be partaking around seventy thousand women are mon more than five hundred thousand deer hunters in Minnesota clear Gaylor is one of them she got involved a deer hunting through the guitars mentorship program they partner you up with an experienced hunter and kind of show you the ropes and help you find the gear and the places to go all the thirty four year old woman from Richfield says growing up in the state of Wyoming she was exposed to big game hunting but it wasn't until she came to Minnesota that she felt the urge to go hunting don't be surprised if you bump into a super hero in downtown Minneapolis this weekend as the first ever galaxy con comes to the convention center among those expected to attend captain Kirk star trek's five year mission is lasted much longer than even captain Kirk could have imagined William Shatner.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Twenty degrees at six thirty seven. Good morning Nile shock WBZ news the stories trending in this hour. Governor walls has declared a state of emergency. In two southeastern Minnesota counties were heavy snow and high winds are creating dangerous blizzard conditions. National guard personnel are authorized to rescue stranded travelers, and Freeborn and Steele counties. A winter storm warning remains in effect in the twin cities and a blizzard warning is in effect in a large part of southern Minnesota as far north as Carver and Scott counties in the metro the heaviest snow far snowfall was southeast of the metro where there are reports about to a foot of snow the twincities received several inches and the high winds created some significant snowdrifts the Vatican's historic summit on sex abuse, wrapping up this morning that is closing remarks. Pope Francis said sex-abuse needs to be eradicated. Heartfelt all out battle against the abuse of minors sexually another area of all parties and individuals. For we are dealing with crimes. Which must be raced. Where's the place of the church leaders from all over the world gathered at the bat again for the summit? Many bishops have spoken out about the need to protect children from perpetrators in the Catholic church. Columbus Mississippi looks to begin picking up the pieces after severe storms spot a tornado that ravaged the commercial district. The twister came amid days of drenching rain in the south former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is getting a top assessment in a sentencing memo from federal prosecutors the memo depicts metaphor does a long time and unrepentant criminal who committed bold crimes. Even while. I'm bail doesn't deserve any league insane at the university of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Group demonstrating yesterday against the removal of competitor, monuments was met by counter protesters C N televisions Kelly. Kennedy says eventually fighting broke out between the two groups number. Tell me they came to protest, the removal of confederate.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"In Orlando today. Twenty degrees cooler and one hundred percent rainier today than yesterday. It is now sixty two degrees, and that's pretty much good to be the high temperature for the day. Have reached an agreement in principle to avoid another government shutdown. Congress is being made with this committee. The president may accept this deal from congress, but still use his executive power to try to take some money away from other projects and put them toward a wall. This is a developing story, we're Orlando turns first for breaking news, news ninety six point five WDBO. Good morning. I'm Marsha Taylor. And I'm Rika Peter seven forty nine on Orlando's morning news. With continuing coverage of our top story. Rain, rain and more rain this morning this with a cold front much cooler today, just low sixties for highs down into the forties tonight. But it doesn't last long quickly back into the mid seventies by tomorrow afternoon. From channel nine eyewitness news. I'm meteorologist Brian shields tells you what the president thought of the green new deal. It sounds like a high school term paper that got Alomar and another guy's not a fan of the green new deal is Howard Schultz, the CEO calls the idea. Immoral. Everybody's tell seven fifty ten minutes away from eight o'clock on Orlando's morning news as we check that full five day forecast. Oh, man the weekend is right fair. It's so close brought to you this morning by southeast. He'll appliance warehouse. Hello, tom. Joe? One of those days. Yes. Indeed. We are going to see rain likely across the area this morning and gradually moving out late morning and into the afternoon. Still the clouds will hug us for awhile and keep temperatures cool only fifty and low sixties all day today. Rain moving out giving us a chilly night tonight. Low forty seven that we're back with sun tomorrow, beautiful seventy five what a day Friday we back to well near eighty degrees and heading into the weekend. Rain chances are low temperatures still spring, like eighty degrees on Saturday with just a slight chance for a shower forecast miles earlier in the week where advertising a stronger storm system and closer to us. But now weaker and farther away. So that gets us warmer and drier for the weekend extended five day forecast four times an hour from channel nine I'm chief meteorologist, Tom Terry. Cloudy, rainy, sixty. One now in Saint Cloud at sixty two and Lake Mary, light rain, sixty two Orlando's severe weather station. Safetouch Security triple team traffic..
"twenty degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Let's go to number sixteen. Okay. Number sixteen. So now, if we if we weren't we're now looking at a hundred and twenty degrees, we turned counterclockwise. We're looking right down the length of Nolan's, curls. And if we go another one hundred and twenty degrees, which would by the way, one hundred and twenty degrees is one third of the circle. Okay. A third of three sixty. And if we go with another one hundred and twenty degrees, that's two thirds of the circle. And when we do that we're staring right at the stone equal out all trying. Angle which we're which were drawing now with with. It's a division of the circle by three each of try. That's right. That's right. Yup. So then what we're looking directly at a stone triangle that is an equilateral triangle on the ground. And from that point two hundred and ten feet away. They they even gave these numbers that. That's what they believe the distance to the money pit. But let's go back here a little bit. Now, if we go to one hundred and twenty degrees, and we add ninety degrees to it. 'cause we had ninety degrees in vertical alignment of the galaxy the plane of the galaxy takes his two to ten takes us to to ten if we add forty three point two degrees, which was another degree where the nebula of a Ryan was on zero the Hebrew calendar. If we add those two together, we get two hundred and fifty three point two degrees. Now that is extremely relevant in the template in that. It is an angle of one of the spirals that come off of the nebula of Orion. So it's it's it's a very accurate alignment of of one of the spirals on the year two thousand. Thousand twelve so it's a it's a huge critical number right there within the template. And that's exactly what they're pointing out here that I have. I'm very confident that would be the location of the money pit itself. Now using the best I can do with Google earth. I'm looking right at it. When I zoom in and it's right on the money..
"twenty degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty degrees in Boston partly sunny at three o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening this afternoon. The department of public health in Massachusetts is confirming the deaths of two children from the flu. A girl from Middlesex County a boy from Milford. The cases are unrelated. This is the height of flu season. And Dr Paul Sachs at Harvard Medical School has some advice for all of us on when to seek medical attention for ourselves and our children. Well, it's not just medical care. It's also a medical advice, and I think that during the flu season, especially during the peak flu season, if a person gets the sudden onset of chills fever aches along with that flu symptoms like a sore throat runny nose, bad, cough, headache, those those symptoms sort of often or the flu during flu season. And there is flu medicine that you can take. And so often, you know, if someone calls us with that story, we'll we'll just recommend they start to medicine and not even necessarily come in to see the doctor. However, if you start then having shortness of breath or confusion or difficult. Doing your daily activities, then by all means you should seek medical attention. The state DP h says tragically every year there are flu related deaths in Massachusetts that include children, but get your flu shot. Stay home from work. Don't send your child to school. If they have the flu will have more throughout the day. Governor Charlie Baker makes history in Roxbury this afternoon attending services at a mosque at the Islamic society of Boston cultural center, Carl Stevens was there and has this report weekly prayers are every Friday afternoon at this mosque. But for the first time ever, a sitting Republican governor was in attendance to deliver a message and the message from governor Baker was that there's a lot more that unites us than divides us. Everybody's trying to get to the same place. The paths are different but the goal this desire to be better than you were yesterday to be a better person to, sir. I hear it everywhere. I go speaking to reporters afterwards. The governor said it was important for him to accept the invitation of the mosque and to prove that he's the governor of everybody in the Commonwealth from Roxbury Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio services to the Super Bowl. That's where governor Baker is headed next. He's flying to Atlanta tomorrow with three of his friends from his hometown of swamp. Scott mayor Marty Walsh is also going to the game. Both leaders predict the pats will win and patriots fans getting into the spirit of things at Faneuil hall where a rally a pep rally was held Kim Tunnicliffe was there. He care leadership there pompoms and chanted their support for patriots superstar TB.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Currently have a record low for Monday morning, twenty degrees, which was set October fifteenth of nineteen seventy Sullivan says you'll want to dress warmly before heading to work in school in the morning. Make sure you bundle up and are ready for some very cold. Temperatures Sullivan says we'll warm up starting with highs in the forties tomorrow, then mid fifty s and mostly sunny skies for the rest of the week. Bill course has died cores helped run his grandfather Adolph Coors brewery for decades, including as chairman he helped introduce the recyclable aluminum beer, the late fifty s and grew the golden brewery to one of the largest breweries in the world. Bill course one hundred two in sports a chilly day for players and fans at Bronco stadium. Hi today. In fact, it was the second coldest Broncos home game ever in September or October the temperature at kickoff. Twenty-five degrees. Three degrees shy of the current record of twenty two degrees. That was set on October twelfth nineteen sixty nine. Unfortunately, the Broncos didn't exactly warm up the crowd with their play today quarterback case keenum through this pick with the Broncos down twenty two three in the third quarter. Long snap count keenum. Takes a shotgun. Snap freeman. Rush. Taste throws to the middle of the field. Ball deflected and all balls. Intercepted or wasn't intercept that it is intercepted by the ramps. John Johnson gets his second interception of the season of ball deflected intended for tighter, Bryant Parker. The Rams take over on the L A seven yard line Broncos then scored seventeen points to pull within three points of the Rams, but couldn't get the win. Final score twenty three two three the two and four Broncos head to Arizona to play the cardinals on Thursday. Our next update at ten thirty. I'm Laura hatch on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM ninety four one FM. Construction projects planned for tonight at York street, and I seventy that was set to closed the ramp from your to westbound, I seventy that price has.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"You can't keep it at seventy two three four you you have like a fifteen to twenty degrees right that's as good as it can do because i keep mindset at seventy and it's roughly about eighty two degrees in my house dinners freaking out because he's like dad i've got it set on seventy and eighty to know that is that's that's not the a c that's that's it could be but probably it is very prevalent for people to call the ac company and it's just so damn hot your air conditioner can't do it in the afternoon for home six seven i'll i'll turn the whole thing office wait for it to get dark household down that's what i'm doing now i'm turning up to like seventy eight when i leave in the morning right it's going to be there either way and if you leave it low it will just run all day that's what it's been doing because he does yeah okay all right thank you thanks for talking me down by the way it's okay that we talk about this because everybody that lives up north ago you guys have it so good down there you know what it's like you know six months out of the year we can't leave our house they go hey we can't cool our homes down here but that's i think there's an equivalent to a certain extent between winter up north in summer down here because i mean you could do things outside but are you ever looking forward to doing anything outside in the summer in florida i mean other than play golf this morning now but he had to do it early you would have been able to do by nine o'clock you're not playing golf yeah you gotta live who are you hey it's mark in daytona what's up bruschi hey hey mark in daytona howard things doing all right man cool forty bud well all i'm not on the air i just wanted to talk to people off the air too much we gotta talk okay well i just want to wish through happy birthday you know but i also wanted to say that tomorrow's my birthday and a few years back seven eleven started honoring me on my birthday by giving out free slurpee they do free slurpee i just wanna let everybody yeah on several every day you know from seven eleven that seven eleven the whole deal man thank you no i don't think so do you have a live alot drew sir questions i can help you out well not really questions but my my son said can you text the landlord i have it set to eight seventy two and it's eighty one in the house right now yeah you got your low on refrigerant or tell your son look the filter how how clean is the filter the filter so impacted we can't move any air through it and that could be an issue i'll look at that when i get home i change at the first of the month every month but i i did not change it the first of the month this month and it was overactive in june so i'll take a look at that so since we have a professional is it is it out of the question that it's just too hot outside and that it's like ninety degrees outside and it can only cool so much is that an option you were pretty close to john and air conditioner most residential air conditioners are designed to take twenty degrees off the ambient temperature corny degrees so the hundred and five outside should be able to get your house.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And it looks it used to the democrats made loans available on the tax dollar and colleges it was supposed to be a student aid but the call just said oh ha the student has deep pockets so they jacked up tuition to match the increase barring ability than the republicans i'm a republican but i'm not defending my party the republicans took away bankruptcy truth in lending statute of limitations and the students became defenseless bankruptcy bankruptcies economic second amendment and i'm a supporter of the second amendment without economic second amendment you remember you remember the housing bubble k it was bad but those people could file bankruptcy they could defend against lending well here's the other thing though why do we even have to have students file bankruptcy why why can't they just modify their loans down two nil ch well that would be an ideal situation and in that that would be an ideal situation but i mean one step at a time i mean we have to be practical about this when when students are able to file bankruptcy then it'll be like credit cards the loan availability will shrink in the tax dollar will no longer be but not everybody wants to file bankruptcy gordon not everybody wants their credit deemed you know they they'd rather have reduced payments or have the principal knocked down so and you don't get taxed on it you'd have to make sure you make those kind of provisions let me move on but you got your websites out let's go to joe long island new york welcome to the program joseph yeah george hey joe july it's crazy how fast this year's going scowling high way too fast what's going on the first show i was thinking a couple of things the first segment tonight one was you can check out how things work in the distance yourself you don't need a harvard study for example what you can do is take a place in the destined somalia live pray about or meditate weather asked for it to be twenty degrees different than the next day or two and then just check the results let's see what happens and see what happens so people can kind of do this themselves they don't have to really you know enlists the aid us harvard in some things you can't control maybe like the weather you you maybe you can't control that but at the same time i think in some cases this actually works at does actually you'll find it actually works if people can pray for a weather change in a distance area and they can check us and all actually change and then the other thing would be refining decision making okay he's talking about activating new genes maybe more creative gene okay say for example like you see people that never really achieved like muscle mass and then somehow they work out a lot and to have that right and i think with that you know you could probably do that in other areas you know and and get surprising what's this all but i think with that you would want to refine your decision making hey now that i found this out maybe i should consider other alternatives in my approach to things based on hey i can do this there's a lot of common sense involved in this too i mean as we were talking as as we were looking at the example of of youth you can't go back and be twenty years old again i mean that's just not going to happen but you can take care of yourself and prolong your life and make sure that it's comfortable blair in sedona arizona hey blair welcome to the program hi george hey joe and.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And look it used to the democrats made loans available on the tax dollar and colleges it was supposed to be a student aid but the call just said aha the student has deep pockets so they jacked up tuition to match the increase barring ability than the republicans i'm a republican but i'm not defending my party the republicans took away bankruptcy truth in lending statute of limitations and the student became defenseless bankruptcies the economic second amendment and i'm a supporter of the second amendment without economic second amendment you remember you remember the housing bubble k it was bad but those people could file bankruptcy they could defend against lending well here's the other thing though why do we even have to have students file bankruptcy why why can't they just modify their loans down to nil ch well that would be an ideal situation and in that that would be an ideal situation but i mean one step at a time i mean we have to be practical about this when when students are able to file bankruptcy then it'll be like credit cards the loan availability will strengthen the tax dollar will no longer be but not everybody wants to file bankruptcy gordon not everybody wants their credit deemed you know they'd they'd rather have reduced payments or have the principal knocked down so and you don't get taxed on it you'd have to make sure you make those kind of provisions move on but you got your websites out let's go to joe long island new york welcome to the program joseph yeah george how you doing july it's crazy how fast this year is going scowling way too fast what's going on the first show i was thinking a couple of things the first segment tonight one was you can check out how things work in the distance yourself you don't need a harvard study for example what you can do is take a place in the destined some way live pray about on meditate weather asks for it to be twenty degrees different than the next day or two and then just check the results let's see what happens and see what happens so people can come to do this the south they don't have to really enlists the aid of harvard in some things you can't control maybe like the weather you you maybe you can't control that but at the same time i think in some cases this actually works at does actually you'll find it actually works people can pray for a weather change and a distance area and they can check this and all actually change and then the other thing would be refining decision making okay he's talking about activating new genes maybe a more creative gene okay say for example like you see people that never really achieved like muscle mass and then somehow they work out a lot and do have that right and i think with that you know you could probably do that now the areas you know and and get surprising what's but i think with that you would want to refine your decision making hey now that i found this out maybe i should consider other alternatives in my approach things based on hey i can do this there's a lot of common sense involved in this too i mean as we were talking as as we were looking at the example of of youth you can't go back and be twenty years old again i mean that's just not going to happen but you can take care of yourself in prolong your life and make sure that it's comfortable blair in sedona arizona hey blair welcome to the program i george hey joe in.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And look it used to the democrats made loans available on the tax dollar and colleges it was supposed to be a student aid but the call just said the student has deep pockets so they jacked up tuition to match the increase barring ability then the republicans i'm a republican but i'm not defending my party the republicans took away bankruptcy truth in lending statute of limitations and the student became defenseless e bankruptcies the economic second amendment and i'm a supporter of the second amendment without economic second amendment you remember you remember the housing bubble k it was bad but those people could file bankruptcy they could defend against lending well here's the other thing though why do we even have to have students filed bankruptcy why why can't they just modify their loans down two nil ch well that would be an ideal situation and and that would be an ideal situation but i mean one step at a time i mean we have to be practical about this when when students are able to file bankruptcy then it'll be like credit cards the loan availability will strengthen the tax dollar will no longer be but not everybody wants to file bankruptcy gordon not everybody wants their credit deemed you know they they'd rather have reduced payments or have the principal knocked down so and you don't get taxed on it you'd have to make sure you make those kind of provisions let me move on but you got your websites out let's go to joe long island new york welcome to the program joseph yeah george how you doing july let's it's crazy how fast this year is going is calling way too fast what's going on the first show i was thinking a couple of things the first segment tonight one ones you can check out how things work in the distance yourself you don't need a harvard study for example which you can do is take a place in the destined somewhere live pray about on meditate weather asked for it to be twenty degrees different than the next day or two and then just check the results let's see what happens and see what happens so you people can kinda do this of south they don't have to really enlists the aid of harvard and some things you can't control maybe like the weather you you maybe you can't control that but at the same time i think in some cases this actually works does actually you'll find it actually works if people can pray for a weather change in a distance area and they can check us and all actually change and then the other thing would be refining decision making okay he's talking about activating new genes maybe a more creative gina okay say for example like you see people that never really achieve like muscle mass and then somehow they work out a lot and to have that right and i think with that you know you could probably do that now the areas you know and and get surprising what's this all but i think with that you would want to refine your decision making hey now that i found this out maybe i should consider other alternatives in my approach to things based on hey i can do this there's a lot of common sense involved in this too i mean as we were talking as as we were looking at the example of of youth you can't go back and be twenty years old again i mean that's just not going to happen but you can take care of yourself in prolong your life and make sure that it's comfortable blair in sedona arizona hey blair welcome.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"Degrees here complain when it's twenty degrees when it's cold complained about that was a bloody long winter long winter that winter went all the way up until march just thinking she's never wasn't much did it was it was april i think people do we sit down to how many how many languages did you say the book is translated into forty six do you get to oversee them well i actually have been you know of a few of those i think three or four of those forty six indian languages so i've been very very closely involved with the translation into do and hindy they're not yet published in india those lou honest publishing pakistan but i'm waiting for the hindi to be ready before he published him both together but yeah i you know for me when i wrote the book i did have a feeling that i should actually say translated from the originals by arundhati roy it's a book that's imagined in many languages do you get quite prohibitive that translation lose something that you initially into well surely that's one way of looking at it you know what for me will people who live in translation all the time in because the so many languages floating around your an india has seven hundred eighty languages twenty two fisher and thirty three waiting to be made fisher and so also for me i actually feel i'm not a you know i'm not i feel thrilled about translation i feel even if it can't be exact if it can convey the spirit of what reason not just the message but the you know the the universe that that is being like to me to to to me a book like this which is so so close and specific in some ways to what goes on in india the fact that it actually is something which someone in denmark or estonia england or reads is is is the most beautiful thing about literature you know because literature is in some ways very quiet art you know the active writing and the active reading.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on The Pulse
"You find out about muscles you didn't know you had so you start you'll get sore and places you didn't know about the physical part of the job doesn't bother frank he loves it he loves the connection to the land being outside and running around all day but owning a farm which is still new to him can be nerve wracking so far this year so good had a knock on wood there last year was you know our first season managing and running everything this being temperatures which sillier than usual and we were freaking out a little bit they had already started a lot of their crops for that season so temperatures got down to just about twenty degrees and we had our first tomatoes and our first onions in the flats and they survived twenty degrees is pretty much the lowest they can possibly go before you know they're done they got lucky really lucky you can't really control it you can try but i mean really you just have to kind of roll with the uncertainty farmers have to deal with the weather with pests and diseases attacking their crops and animals their livelihood is impacted by politics and changing consumer tastes a lot of farming is science and the health of firms affects our health so on today's episode we'll take a look at the challenges facing america small farms from aching bags to plummeting milk prices also some big ideas for saving the farm.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"Okay that's good to know so anyway that is where we are waiting for spring to come to the midwest and it's not just a loan it's it's chole everywhere yeah i don't get better yeah i don't know it just keeps getting colder and colder and below freezing we we re winterized when we came north and i was wondering i really have to and i really had to so i know the temperatures across the midwest are twenty degrees below normal so that tells me that we've got some some cold weather is not alone everybody just upset because when we were out in phoenix it was like ninety degrees the day we landed it was one hundred degrees it was great not a cloud in the sky well i shouldn't there was some dustin this guy one storm yeah we had a sandstorm out there and we were eating out an outdoor patio and you sit on my is really bird i said that's not vernon that's sand in your eyes and they said there was pollution i pictured a pollution solution i didn't picture stand burn enough of this you're in the desert all right hey let's see what we got in the rv news everybody this week oh national park this is this is pretty good deal if you're heading to a national park there fees are going to rise five bucks for the day pr fee to get in starting in june cost a little bit more the daily per vehicle or in some cases per person entrance fee at the one hundred seventeen parks that do charge in admission fee will rise by about five bucks and then those price hikes were announced last week.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Newsradio ten forty who this was a major richard trust when the product is free then you're the one being sold and and i'm really sorry that this happened but around here we're sharing data with you get more information from radio then i get my representative the data you want the info you need and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data the radio station that i trust for balanced news coverage this is newsradio ten forty who the three day forecasts has a lot going on to start for sure on saturday blizzard warnings for northwestern iowa winter storm watch we also have a strong thunderstorm line that's going to be moving through early in the morning by saturday afternoon our high which will be at midnight of forty two will drop back into the twenties for the overnight so lots of possibility of snow accumulating for northwestern iowa right up to tomorrow moines we will see snow but not a lot of it on the ground sunday that snow early and thirty five will be the high twenties for the low and then monday we'll have the partly sunny sky with a very cool high of forty five that is the newsradio ten forty who threeday weather from channel thirteen i'm ed wilson at twelve oh six is thirty two degrees twenty degrees with winds blowing north northeast at sixteen miles per hour or current humidity of ninety four percent and snow outside at newsradio ten forty who monday van and bonnie in the morning van harden has the day off emory song and jeff angelo be sitting in the hot seat and we'll have a special guest from iowa state center with us as well monday on vana bani in the morning on newsradio ten forty who from the hi vis studios news radio ten forty who this is coast to coast am broadcasting from the eight forty w h a s studios of iheartmedia in louisville kentucky home of george clooney johnny depp cashes clay and of course the colonel just a name a few and a whole lot of coast to coast lovers as well again connie willis here tonight gordon james johnny not with a conspiracy on the titanic and the olympic hundred and six years ago today it sank mitchell towns as well are featured guest with pictographs really cool tattooed rox i like.
"twenty degrees" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Self avatar and we put a gain factor on movement so imagine that you have to move your right leg and you can move it ten degrees and that's all you can do because when such acne can only move your like ten degrees in vr remove the twenty degrees so we give you an exaggerated sense of what albert endure would call self efficacy the belief that you can do it okay but she is not actually the let the physical leg is not moving at all it depends on how bad the kids habits of some kids can't move their legs at all and the way we solve that is we swap arms and legs we have them together which their physical arm and that moves the virtual legs so they get agency and they get to visualise the leg moving but they don't do the agony for some kids actually can move attend agrees then they move the physical like ten degrees fight they are using it twenty i love it okay so that that's creating the whole noor neuro pattern that's different it's it's no different than what we've done in swimming for a long time is will not a long time but will tie at will conduct a swimmer into a harness and pull them faster than they actually go so than it the brain says oh my god here you go back to i can do that yet okay and there's other sports are doing stuff here as well okay i love this because this is the this is hijacking the brain in a whole new way if you didn't like manipulation at because it it just a loaded term for feels nasty like you're going to trick somebody in general net when we fast where to my industry work we're going to talk about a lot of people are worried about vr so real you know is their potential for advertisers to there as cut yeah the the announcing it that way he analyzing it there cnn's experimentalist yet right manipulating stimuli yet exact okay i so okay so cast is fun because not he i think this is part of the challenge in the field is that if you could literally go anywhere yet and then you're so it feels to me i don't know two thousand twelve issue that it's like this amazing really like is it too early it like you know like.