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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

14:44 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Coast to coast George story with you along with doctor Robert Joni Robert did you ever teach school high school or anything like that I wasn't a full time teacher but I've given guest lectures and high schools and elementary schools mostly I teach in college and I would love to have you as an instructor you make things exciting and fun that probably kind of you thank you I mean I have I've had teachers in the past that you know you just want to fall asleep but I mean you make you make science fun well I teach at UCLA you can take classes there if you wish how about that work on my master's degree in something well none of my students get degrees they just have fun really how about that well I you know I'm retired so I don't want a grades and homework assignments and talk to the poor kid a gotta be plus and now we can't get in all right promise me that you'll never retire from coming on this program okay I promised land right we got a deal you have to invite me back I would love to salute let's go to Walter in Pennsylvania Hey Walt go ahead by Georgia Georgia doctor Pechory here the best guess since you had doctor Neil degrasse Tyson on but a month ago well how about this thanks for the compliment for him Georgia with all due respect to Dr good job but Joni sounds like he may have been five may the presumption is a little bit he sounds as if he may have been brought up as a Roman Catholic at my correct in that assumption or no I'm I'm Jewish oops thanks a broader yet because well I grew up as a Roman Catholic got maybe George mention that to you but up I mean to me it's pretty hard to reconcile the god of the Bible which science because you know when I read the the god of the Bible yeah wait your whole reacted he has the morals of model fifty really because is actually the everything is is mass murder and genocide after the after creation of course she read that can really kills the good with the evil in the flood and then the do you have the the Passover story worry sends the angel of death down the killing for sport not Egyptian children and wild and wonder years your lights are out leach from bondage and you know they're wandering in the desert for forty years and he's he says well when you come into the land hello welcome honey and you see the Canaanites all you can for my that my you know that god gives the the is your life like the permission to take till we have habitants up you know like that but like all term for a for the Palestinians were Canaanite so is it any wonder we have the the situation in the Middle East today were you know you have the other faction with the Islamists believing is Falah and course alot commands the believe years to that Killian could also drug I think we're better off without religion well we won't do that she her opinion your risk some what of a sceptic but the you know like we were saying earlier the Old Testament did have a violent god there's no question about it I wonder how he mellowed out Roberts in the New Testament well I think people involved and they they do we are you know the the kinder god with the better self the hunt you wind up with an Italian last name by the way well I'm Italian I was born in Rome we came to the United States when I was three months old and you know so I don't have much of an accent but it's just almost all Italians are Roman Catholic so I understand why Walter made that assumption but I happen not to be interesting take only you know are all religions have a foundation of greatness too at the at the same time Joe on Long Island go ahead Joseph hi rob it's estimating discussion my question for kat would be who shot JFK that's my question I would really be your question yeah number one two questions on the Robert the equator they said the circumference of the earth is twenty four thousand feet I mean miles rather than and as the earth go obviously that tapers off you know that that distance is that affecting some what do you think about that that tapering off of the conference my second question would be this is a seven eight okay of someone's on and I doubt Wake Island they want the perception of being able to get to the mainland like Gilligan's island I I mean there's some truth to that it sounds like kind of ingrained and I'll still tells me I don't think anybody's ever going to go to Mars I think you know it's just that perception of options is gonna be there and the options are limited on the surface of Mars yeah well lights I think eventually you will get the marsh journal to be sure what about the circumference of the planet does that have anything to do with the life well many were shaped many things about the earth are absolutely critical to life but I don't think the circumference of the critical number I didn't quite understand what Joe meant by tapering off but I have to tell you first of all I grew up on Long Island that's a great spot yeah one guy and we used to say Joe want to rephrase that go ahead all right like Long Island for example tapers off all right here why at where I am it's what a white or at the end it's like four miles okay so if you're at the North Pole the circular area is much lower than at the equator yeah our goal is zero yeah right so if you're in a last or it might be a few circle the globe it might be ten thousand you know it might be eight thousand miles I don't know what it is I'm just speculating that might that affect a person now for example I worked in Alaska and I want to buy some some stray and they said we don't sell it he the song comes in at a different angle where you really don't need to sign into tens of different areas you go to Denver I'm going to be going to Denver for my beloved beyond belief television shows this weekend they also suit is much higher if you're not used to that that affects you too yeah you need more sunscreen and in Denver yeah it you do need less funds grain but you know I've been in the Antarctic and I've been in the arctic and you definitely need sunscreen you sure do a let's take a few more calls your bill in Titusville Florida it is your turn William go ahead good morning hi he here is first of all I love the show and I thank you love the I love what's going on tonight a lot of your guests doctor Robert you rock you're very kind here's a little calling about I just like to chime in the evolution cross is actually part of creation is part of the creation process and a lot of people don't even realize who think it has to be compartmentalized when it's really part of the same thing a major part and I call it creation on cruise control it's that part which is built in I mean if you think about it a little baby is constantly it involving in the mother's womb before it's actually birth all right a little seed growing into a big tree so evolution is part of the creation process real quick something strange entrance opened tonight while I listen to the show a I used to work in radio and I would have this thing where I would listen to two stations at the same time all the time so I kinda never got that out of my system I was reading a book while I'm listening to your show called the song of one five and I believe in synchronicity to this has to do with we're talking about there's one sentence in this book I've got to find out who this guy is that everyone is talking about in a minute I hit talking about you Dr Robert said everyone is talking our people are talking about who god is so it was a it exactly where I needed to be a second check point in life I think the synchronicity does that so part of the checkpoint but very powerful night tonight for me sure is bill thank you appreciate thank you bill god does work sometimes in strange and mysterious ways Robert does any absolutely I mean I would love to have gotten together with Stephen Hawking we tried to work out an interview with them but because of the communication thing it would have been we would have had the tape delay at in the pre tape it and added that route because it would take him time to answer us back obviously because he was on the voice machine but somewhere along the line out do you think science will ever give us the answers to what the allo gins already think they have about the origin of the universe and the origin of life yes I think the well science makes progress sometimes over the centuries not necessarily very quickly I hope science comes to they have a rational theory of the origin of these things but it's not not those are not around the corner we are very far away from understanding their origin of life that's what I would think two brats in Chico California hi Brad good morning Hey so I have a point of contention about the creation of the earth offense as earth you with the scientific ages are of the creation of yours okay tell us the scientific this is that there are seven stages and within each stage there is a difference development in the formation of the year no if you go into the Bible and it says seven days actually the word for gay in Hebrew it's the same word for H. so Joseph this which is a good scholar engines color he was the first person to actually come up to this conclusion and develop this thing called a H. creationism where if you compare this this scientific stages now but with this scientists believe you compared directly with the creation of the earth you'll see it restart comparison is like identical for example that the earth was first involved in water and that the water receded and that there were there and that there is life like plant life on the earth and that there is a life that was developed in the oceans which generated the life upon the earth it's all exactly how it will do you in the Bible well there's no question bread if you accept the Bible as the truth scientifically or otherwise it's got those answers for you you just need to interpret them our break there I mean the even the authors of the Bible Robert regardless of their belief systems they were pretty darn good board today well they made a tremendous advance and Yemen civilization and that's an accomplishment that you know makes everything they did very positive isn't it and have to get everything right you know they didn't have to get the timing right or the you know the height of the mountain or that wasn't the important part the important part was to civilized humanity is it true that without our moon things would still be chaotic as well well the moon is very important to earth the moon is fifty times greater in compared to its its own planet than any other moon in our solar system it's fifty times more massive in proportion to the planet than any other mon so our moon is the only moon that has an actual impact on the host planted itself and our moon causes the rotational axis of the earth to be stable so we did have a moon what would happen well it won't happen it's what's happened to Mars and what was what happened to your enough and that is the rotational axis of those two planets over the eons has shifted so Uranus is rotational axis points right at the front of the moon's don't thank I mean Marcia saloon but they're very teeny moans compared to the right massive of Uranus moons Uranus couldn't care less about the moons of Uranus from a gravitational like tables like this going around the planet but our moon is the big one and massive well then that explains again another desist designing whoever created it knew what they were working on yeah well the moon is one of the fourteen things I listen my books is yes for properties over yeah absolutely absolutely far axis pointed toward the sun one hemisphere with you know the the water in the ocean with all apparatus in the other hemisphere it would all freeze solid I mean we'd be dead only got a minute and thirty seconds left Robert would you I tell everybody about your incredible offered to them about three of your books yes thank you so I have three books with discuss the origin of life in the universe and our first in our DNA and the books are listed on George Norreys website if you go to today's listening and you click on my name you'll get my page you click on those books and you'll find that you can get all three books for a thirty percent discount for coast.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The following US led to prove myself to know the four preseason game but I'm glad that on close Taylor chose me to start love garden going do my best for this MLS soccer yesterday Columbus crew down FC Cincinnati three one FCC falls the five nineteen and three on the year bill Denison seven hundred WLW sports the aging report with Jay Ratliff runs you by the greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky International Airport W. L. W. I. J. we get a pilots strike coming on the in September British Airways people say will big deal but with partner is a minute could affect you traveling from the states no absolutely in fact we're just two weeks away from the person date the British Airways pilot saying that there three days in September that they're planning on going on strike include September ninth tenth and twenty seventh in you're right Mike a lot of people from here through Kennedy to Europe make connections or the nonstop flight to Paris to do the exact same thing many times is there to British Airways flight so certainly can be flying in September through on any use effective date keep a close eye on your itinerary to make sure there's no British Airways segments again that September ninth tenth and twenty seventh got it well then we had this flight crew an engine went down and I guess they had an option to either turn around to go to the nearest airport decide to keep on going to their destination on one unit engine like for most cruise there's no option useful you land that stricken airplane this is a smart wings Boeing a seven thirty seven the flight was thirty six thousand feet over the agency him yeah one of the two aircraft engines power down and the crew try to restart it they were unable to do so had no clue why get shut down good under seventy passengers on board so the reduced out to two twenty four thousand feet decrease speed aircraft complain definitely a one engine but that's not what you're supposed to do normally when you lose one of the engines you landed in there it nearby airport many times as quickly as you can get that bad boy on the ground this present now we're just going to keep going you know what's worse could happen so the fluid expert two and a half hours on to the deck intended destination and landed the airline was under immediate criticism by the industry around the world and people shocked at that they continue to fly the aircraft that had an obvious mechanical situation but the airlines and say the crew did not place any of the passengers in danger and the plane landed but yeah premier line called smart wings I don't know that they were very smart and that decision but that's a topic on today's aviation blog which is sponsored by the greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky International Airport now with the lowest fares in the region such as New Orleans round trip nonstop for ninety six dollars you can find that more great deals at CVG airport dot com yes it's nice when the boss says you're back for that yeah you know I did they serve extra drinks I mean what what was the communication to the passengers look we know one stop we still got one going for okay him yeah it's because we want to get you to your destination on time that's the most important thing right maybe with a show of hands okay yeah I'd love to see the video on that one yep all right so are delays today are wandering around the country and forty that's gonna create delays on this busy Monday Minneapolis Chicago Detroit Atlanta those subs could see delays approaching an hour and Mike normally Monday is the busiest travel day of the week not so this week the busiest travel day of the summer is expected to be Friday the thirtieth we're not more than almost three million people taking to the skies so it's gonna be a busy week calypso for some good weather yeah no doubt all right they were it's J. come up on seven twenty nine right now that's one is when you have a there these airlines partner with other airlines the British Airways of things with American Airlines what if you're gonna fly internationally so using a travel partner of the you can you'll be you'd be surprised often if you use a air miles you'll use far fewer flying with the partner example being one time flew on delta to Europe or we're going to delta partners with Air France and found out the flying on Air France they used only about half as many of your delta air miles as delta would have use so I mean it wasn't quite half but it was pretty close to it you can save a lot of miles.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on No Jumper

"Like, we're about the diamond they get like shake goes down. Go down we land into a category. Three storm to a fly. When we like the turbines. Whatever is brings us down to a category. Three storm negative case going crazy. Boom. All of a sudden, we're we're going down going down. Screaming? Also, boom eleven thousand feet for some reason. It catches. And we're going I looked at the time we fell what was it? GP? We fell twenty. Twenty six thousand feet, we fell twenty six thousand sheet in a minute in like thirty seven seconds or something like that. Holy shit. It's like imagine looking at the time it says five thirty and you're thirty nine thousand feet, and then like out of all the managed, and you look up and get like it when they finally get stable, and you look and it says thirty one or thirty two or like. No, I'm talking about the time like imagine seeing like legends five thirty. And then you see five thirty one after you just fell twenty four thousand feet just did that in a minute time. At that point. They told us that if they if it didn't randomly just connect again because it's like a wifi kind of thing randomly just connect we had about what was it five or seven seconds before we hit the ground, and we. Or thirty seconds, my bad shit, thirty seconds before we hit the ground, and we got so what is going through your head on this what kind of sun? And when I got off the plane. I started thinking to myself like then is music that. I haven't. This things I haven't done. I haven't worked with other people people wanted me to work with. I haven't done on things that people wanted me to do haven't collaborated with people that people want. You know what I'm saying? Like what Mark did I'm making music, and then it caused me to just like make this. I was like y'all. I'm gonna let everybody be part of this. That's scary shit. Life changing experience for me in the worst way. Imagine things where it's like I'm that one guy was like, I pray that this one thing never happens to me. And now the one thing that happened to me I should actually makes a really like excited to hear and shit. Brought shit, bro. Shit fucking fuck meter fuck up when they went on another plane. Sorry, slight a slight miscalculation there. Shit. So fucked might be actually good spot for us rather with. It's just the fact that you fucking almost died to make them. Yeah. It's crazy thousands Parisian bonded. So love me. Now is dropping this Friday, October twenty six everywhere. So yeah, I'm ready, man. That's fucking just I wanna hear all this features. Just wanna see you in that that element. We haven't surly senior fucking a lot of these dues and was probably gonna be crazy to actually see it happen manage love, man. And I'm just happy to be like, you know, what I'm saying. They could win a lot of different ways. Now. Definitely. But it's this way right now. You know what I'm saying? So I'm happy, bro. You made. It was get it, man. I appreciate you coming on your definitely one of the best like conversationalist of podcast every memory. Appreciate that. It was an incredible interview to like coming out that we have more. No, definitely agree that stuff like I'll look at it. A lot of the podcasts. Washington comedians, Joe Rogan, or whatever, and this is this down and just have long rambling conversations going directions. People don't really know what to talk about. I don't really have real shit to talk about you, don't I'm saying. So I don't know I like to come and just express myself, and hopefully people take, you know, whatever it is from me that they need to take. You know fact, so that's all it is should well Torey lanes new project on the way appreciate your thank for coming in you already. Do it again. Love love grow. No jumper cools podcast in the world. Check us out on you to. On..

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on Science Friction

"Ready to in a flight and Mark still waiting for a weather report. How you feeling? I can't really talk tomorrow because of his oxygen mask. But he's now in the hot air balloon with the operator stay refund and another skydiver Tom Goldman, they'll take him out to the hot of twenty four thousand feet. This experiment needs very very particular with conditions high spayed winded high altitude and little or no weaned at ground level because the balloon needs to be able to stop when it lands. So if the conditions aren't right. Lynn will they call it all off. Yes. And that's what's making Mark really knows. Still swimmer. Haney? Not not exactly what we were hitting for now. It's a quite the opposite. No inspir- clouds. I think that's where you by ruthless. Right. You're the lucky guy you promised. Make as you can hear wiring up the risks. But it's not black and white. We're talking about shades of gray, you can cut with some things going wrong. But there's always a tipping point in aviation. They call it the Swiss cheese fixed because that's when the holes dot joining up. And that's when there's a disaster. There's nothing citing million. Well, we can go on is what? The information that tells us so. We can't just make up what we want. We're gonna go on what's actually in front of us. But there's a plan. So at least looks like we can get a safe landing the people here who think the experiment should be called off. But Mark and his crew are going to go for it. So I'm waving goodbye to the balloon as it takes off come believe it they going, but how record is will help us listening to what happens next. Yes..

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"No so all but y'all tell you an interesting little factoid is on the north side amount everest when you climbed from the tibet side you can actually drive all the way to base camp but i'm south side you have to hike in and that's the route i took is the route from the south side from the nepal side so you're at base camp for a few days and then you pack up your stuff and you climb up to camp one and get to camp wine and you spend the night up at camp one and then after you spend the night at camp one you pack up your stuff and you come back down to base camp again and then you spend a few nights at base camp again then the next day you climb to camp one again spend the night and then you come up to camp to and you spend the night at camp to and after you spend the night at camp to which is even higher up on the mountain after night there you pack up and you come all the way back down to basecamp again and then you spend more time at base camp again then you climb to camp one again spend the night climb up to camp to again spend the night the next day you'll spend about nine or ten hours fighting your way up to camp three which is at about twenty four thousand feet you spend the night at twenty four thousand feet and the next day you come all the way back down to base camp so as you're moving up the mountain you have to keep switching direction and coming back to base camp because you have to let your body get used to the altitude very slowly it's this process called acclimatization and if someone were to magically drop you off on the summit amount everest if you could be dropped up there by plane or helicopter something like that you'd be dead in a matter of minutes from the altitude so you have to move up the mountain very slowly just so your head doesn't you know pop off when you get very top but the catch is that anytime you're above eighteen thousand feet which is going to be any any camp above that base camp anytime you're eighteen thousand feet your body is starting to deteriorate and your muscles are.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Let's see now his is saying that you should see that some her what did you see well i didn't see anything obviously we'll no but i mean what was the wizard debris somewhere that you're was to brief failed in north america some i believe five hundred six hundred miles away from the actual impact site okay oh yeah there it would be there for sure i as far as i know now that crater is quite large and it's circular which indicates that the bowl loyd was coming straight down more or less it wasn't at an angle whereas this one was and now i don't know your measurements but actually the crater out there in the ocean is very large it's seventy miles wide that's a gain and impact of gain the size you're talking some six six miles traveling at you know thousands of miles would would create a gain create a crater like over well again if it was like loop you looking at like some hundred and eighty kilometer crater well that way you know six tenths of that you've got miles and so you're you're talking about one hundred miles crater and the crater that is on the bathymetric maps out there in the atlantic is almost that it is twenty four thousand feet deep it's well not according to the the topography maps that i have from national geographic law man hit on online it's clear as a bell that they're obviously have something different.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WRVA

"Crust showing stress willows all broke and magnet came through there flashed the water into steam think of this or how big a cloud that made think of one gallon of milk sitting in the grocery store let's make that one gallon seawater now you drop that on magma which is sixteen hundred degrees fahrenheit or two eighteen hundred degrees fahrenheit it flashes to steam the volume of steam created by that one gallon of seawater is one thousand six hundred and seventy two gallons of steam in volume so in other words you've multiplied that by one thousand six hundred and seventy two times now you can get an idea that of the magnitude of this cloud that was created by the asteroid impact all right here's rob in toronto canada we're heard all across canada and he's saying aren't i've been researching mass extinctions for three years down your guest is full of it he could convince me if he could supply a crater where is the impact site okay here we go i looked this up art on the break and if you get a map of the north atlantic right take a look at these coordinates twenty four degrees north latitude uhhuh sixty one degrees west longitude that's your crater now draw line from that right to charleston south carolina and then you have the asteroids flight path and it kept on going past charleston right up to alaska what first appeared right when we look at twenty four northbound sixty one west what what's there you'll see a crater it's it it's not the round circular type you like but the asteroid broken to just as it hit and you'll see two half moons sidebyside right they're great big buggers twenty four thousand feet deep really yeah and a silted in it was deeper but that's a crater and all these three thousand carolina bays all point rate toward it so so you say that that that's proof are there other similar areas all talking about legends.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"To help stephen hawking experience weightlessness he wanted to fly in space and to really show that he can do this given the incredible challenge that he has with his body with a ls lou gehrig's disease and the essential basic paralysis a the majority of his body but he's wanted to fly ultimately a fly out into space so the first step has for many wannabe astronauts and the actual astronauts is to experience weightlessness in something called the parabolic flight where airplane is flown way up to about thirty thousand feet and then gently arcs over descends down to twenty four thousand feet in about thirty seconds and in that time but people inside experienced says were passing through the gravity field of earth is just as if we were in outer space and so hawking wanted to do that i think both for the ability to demonstrate that people with body challenges like his can do it but i think also fun the guy was just totally excited about so many things you know we heard all these stories in the past week since his passing about heating such a jokester and loved just enjoy things and so wanted to have fun too and that was peter offered to him through zero g and asked me to help out in working with teen to enable hawking to do that so before we go on i must say how incredibly envious i am not only did.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WREK

"The call to help stephen hawking experience weightlessness he wanted to fly in space and to really show that he can do this given the incredible challenge that he has with his body with a ls lou gehrig's disease and the essential basic paralysis of the majority of his body but he's wanting to fly ultimately a tobia out into space so the first step has for many wannabe astronauts and the actual astronauts is to experience weightlessness in something called the parabolic flight where an airplane is flown way up to about thirty two thousand feet and then gently arcs over descends down to twenty four thousand feet in about thirty seconds and in that time the people inside experience weightlessness has were passing through the gravity field of earth is just as if we were in outer space and so hawking wanted to do that i think both for the ability to demonstrate that people with body challenges like his could do it but i think also performed the guy was just totally excited about so many things you know we've heard all these stories in the past week since his passing about he was such a jokester and loved just enjoy things and so wanted to have fun too and that was peter offered to him through zero g and asked me to help out in working with the teen to enable hawking to do that so before we go on i must say how incredibly envious i am not only did you get to experience weightlessness on zero g flight put to.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WINS 1010

"At the editor's desk i'm lorry button was lose views traveled him win was you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world ema thirty three degrees and snowing at five o'clock on this wednesday march this event i'm larry mullins and here's what's happening and accu weather never said you can build a snow man out of it even though some people can either way we're still getting the press it but it's not letting up until a few more hours we'll get an update from the weather center here in the manner in this new jersey transit bus as of stopped and they told everybody to get on the train while gaz what we got power problems though the trains are a little in the running out of vince taser right now we'll go live with an official from the njit in a moment to clarify at all for us miguel's in her lawsuit giving president trump the blues we'll get the latest on that bombshell disclosure all stemming from a nondisclosure agree bit which she says dropped never even saw madame movie company accused of accepting money from an investment vaughan at the center of a corruption case reportedly settling up with uncle sam for sixty million bucks one of its movies about corruption ever hear of the wolf of wall street wins accu weather increasingly wendi it with no temperatures dropping and didn't spoil mobility johnny depp themselves new linebacker trade morale adultery yankees erased the mets in string vault and st john's georgetown battle of the garden tonight to kick off can play i'm bloomberg's lowery cost he'd the dow closed twenty four thousand feet old one down to be to private employers headed bore workers than expected last month according to 80 pink wins news time 501 drugs traffic center now a expanded traffic and transit for.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on No Agenda

"Have we got cool producers just make sure that you keep me on the straight and narrow john i start responding to somewhere over the rainbow than you know i'm in trouble i think is that little laugh levers gets them all he he he ju fevers and but hit had gay last clip i think we're done with this and i'm not trying to insult this guy be the greatest guy as time you've said you not trying to insult somebody monitoring nuclear because i'm not i we as you want to make sure that you've virtue signaling for and it just do it okay let's go to this is a this is a visuals he had to imagine this such situation this is the recent airline mishap on the flight from australia to bali that gut i guess the plane decompressed and you know these are flying around that they had a decompression event all bad whose very bad news and but you have to when they get out of the store and they they put the microphone of one of the one of the customers one of the people on the plane i think it's just press if you could just visualize what was going on you'll love it one hundred forty five passengers aboard an air asia flight from perth australia to bali got the fright of their lives yesterday when the airbus a three twenty lost cabin pressure oxygen masks dropped and the jet descended nearly twenty four thousand feet and just nine minutes passengers claimed the crew mate at worse by panic one of the students this is running down the all sparring fouts enclave out some time europe's.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To bali got the fright of their lives yesterday when the airbus a 320 lost cabin pressure oxygen masks dropped in the jet descended nearly twenty four thousand feet in just nine minutes passengers claimed the crew made it worse by panicky at one of the stewardess this is running down the all aiming put your belts enclave out some tight europe's gymnast the jet landed safely back in perth airline blamed a technical issue remnants of hurricane of failure sent waves crashing into the coast of ireland today winds gusted eighty miles an hour at least three people were killed and dozens of buildings damaged in london this guy turned yellow as the storm kerry dust from the sahara and smoke from portuguese forest fires into the region quarterback colin kaepernick has filed a grievance against the nfl accusing team owners of colluding to keep him sidelined last year he started a wave of protests against racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem capper nick once led san francisco to the super bowl he opted for free agency at the end of last season but says he has had no contract offers up next speaking out against sexual abuse kyw news time eight twenty three time now for traffic and transit up there it's all road were causing delays right now let's go to bucks county on ninety five jim the red that exit forty nine for new town all the way down to route one the right lane is blocked four overnight construction on the northeast extension in both directions just north of lansdale interchange a left lane is blocked on both sides little bit of reduction speeds that works known let's go out to chester county callan township eastbound lincoln highway hour shutdown at bonds bill road for overnight roadwork discussing a jam up right now using the westbound lanes right now so what is a flag or operation continuing through the overnight let's bring a now two of the boulevard south downed outer drive is shut down from red line road all the way down the stretch street this is because the million paving project watch out for delays there again just jammed approaching redline road let's go now to new jersey delaware river bridges problemfree right now looks good on the 42 freeway and 295 mass transit on or close to schedule from the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center from the trumark financial.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The cbs evening news real new several thousand five so what i say is what i mean see at the funds lost or top cutting medicaid it's disgusting while real news every evening almost cbs evening news sheikhov told weekend with thursday night football one of the chiefs west west city is often stocked with alex whiting it up but the 2016 ready in way street yes amazon prime video de news time seven fifty two mostly cloudy in boston now fifty three degrees we dropped to the '30s tonight as skies begin to clear now back to the cbs evening news one hundred forty five passengers aboard an air asia flight from perth australia to bali got the fright of their live yesterday when the airbus eight free lost cabin pressure oxygen masks dropped in the jet descended nearly twenty four thousand feet and just nine minutes passengers claimed the crew mate of worse by panicking at one of the stewardesses is running down the all star aiming put your belts enclave belts untie europe's tim us the jet landed safely back in perth the airline blamed a technical issue remnants of hurricane of failure sent huge waves crashing into the coast of ireland today winds gusted that eighty miles an hour at least three people were killed and dozens of buildings damaged in london this guy turn yellow as the storm carry dust from the sahara and smoke from portuguese forest fires into the region quarterback colin kaepernick has filed a grievance against the nfl accusing team owners of colluding to keep him sidelined last year he started a wave of protests against racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem capper nic once led san francisco to the super bowl he opted for free agency at the end of last season but says he has had no contract offers up next speaking out against sexual abuse wbz news time seven fifty three a check of traffic and weather together now the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The story of my life snl bobby moore and a hand comes to cbs the lesson loss garage solano laws you do to another man living in a divorce dad but ever i hear this song and makes me think of a girl no harm songcycle in a false most inventive new comedy set wheel i was trying to reinvent is turns out you can't meet myself by monday only cbs diff wbz news time 652 fifty four in boston mostly cloudy skies we're expecting clearing skies tonight and cold temperatures around freezing in a fraud asked advisory in effect for much of the region 145 passengers aboard an air asia flight from perth australia to bali got the fright of their lives yesterday when the airbus eight 320 lost cabin pressure oxygen masks dropped in the jet descended nearly twenty four thousand feet and just nine minutes passengers claimed the crew made it worse by panicking at one of the stewardess this was running down the all star aiming put your belts on belts on thai europe's tomas a jet landed safely back in perth the airline blamed a technical issue remnants of hurricane of failure sent huge waves crashing into the coast of ireland today winds gusted eighty miles an hour at least three people were killed and dozens of buildings damaged in london this guy turned yellow as the storm carry dust from the sahara and smoke from portuguese forest fire here's into the region quarterback colin kaepernick has filed a grievance against the nfl accusing team owners of colluding to keep him sidelined last year he started a wave of protests against racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem catherine nick once led san francisco to the super bowl he off did for free agency at the end of last season but says he has had no contract offers up next speaking out against sexual abuse wbz news time 653 check of traffic and weather together starts with the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes here's nicole davis okay thanks jap traffic.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was at camp three twenty four thousand feet we were on the low to face it's a sheer 5000 foot slope diesel relentless slope at about forty five degrees so what we had done is chop into the i swear to create a shelf that we could put our tense onto resting on the ice shelf and then using ice screws that we screw into the ice and then attach ropes to our tend to hold down the storm really came up and nowhere installed at worse and worse worse and worse were still might have reached mary's flickered free train moving through their here we were afraid that we actually get blown off the mound or that the tents we're grip and send us flying down the looks you face we spent that night splayed out on the tenth floor fully dressed justice will hold a tent down and we were two thousand people lowered the disasters occurring the climbers near the summit wearing a loss of trouble we getting all kinds of reports that were confusing and conflicting we had heard that one of the climbers in american they beck weather's who was climbing with the new zealand team had been found lying in the snow and he was reported as as being dead and other climbers were just not to be found the one where they were those eighteen climbers really unaccounted for another climat rob hall had managed to make radio com to say he was just below the summits but was out of oxygen a group of sharp has set out to rescue him the wind was still howling why crazy and they made no attempt to climb neck treacherous southeast ridge in a fierce wind they got partway up but they couldn't get any further and finally they they turned back and we radio to rob and told him that the surplus were not coming but they couldn't could get there rob knew that met no rescue and he understood he and stood situation and he asked to be patched into his wife can was home in new zealand seven months pregnant with their first child and he in turn had your less conversation the the named their baby and rob signed off singer i'm signing off now so i can rest and and that would that was the last time you ever heard.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For and at this point my teammates i were wearing oxygen masks they can't wear oxygen all the time on the mound because it's just logistically impossible but beyond twenty four thousand feet it's what they call the depth so and that means with all the food watering the world if i gave a ten personal systems to carry sleeping bag and all the bottle oxygen you want you will still die in a short period of time could be three days could be a week but you will die in the depths sound above say 25 26 thousand feet so we have to minimize our time there so as a result we don't really sleep we get into camp at twenty six thousand feet uh we've been up for eight ten twelve hours this point it takes us all afternoon and evening to get our gear prepped and try and milk snow into water and uh put our final layers of and and systems on and we get out of the 10th at eight o'clock at night we start climbing and it comes down to this last day and if the weather is good and your strong and your stomach dozen body if you've got a decent chance to making summit but if anything goes wrong you break a boot leif your stomach a little upset your oxygen tank freezes anything goes wrong and you you have to go down because there's just no margin for error you got to be able to go up smoothly or around immediately if you try and hit on iraq and find fix your oxygen masks you're probably heading for big big trouble really so small is that yup the the margin for error is incredibly sent the fact what i say is above twenty five thousand feet don't sit down because if you sit out on iraq to arrest you may never get up again you've gotta stay on your feet you've got to keep moving so it's either go up under good conditions or immediately turn around and there's a lot of planning books out there was bad stories about people who tried to sit and wait for their friends who are all let's train spend another night on the mountain without our tend to see how it goes most of the time those things wind up and people getting frozen hands or even dying so the mall arjun for air is very thin up there did everything go absolutely perfectly with your commitment it.

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"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four thousand feet" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Seven minutes after the hour an ef two tornado hit tulsa oklahoma yesterday thirty people were injured authorities said it could have been worse if it had not happened on a sunday when the midtown area was less populated winds were reported between one hundred eleven and one hundred thirty five miles an hour here's john lawrence with more cleanup efforts continue in the midwest after severe storms that struck this weekend that includes him ef two tornado that hit tulsa oklahoma early sunday morning loss pretty much shed the majority of a twenty four thousand foot building's roof and they inside is just completely soaked a lot of inventory water sampling materials are just completely destroyed the twister also tore through neighborhoods uprooting power lines and trees heard this merger clap the founder and the next thing rick coal new a branch smashed through its roof and water started to gush into his house it's it's little hard it was disallowed and the scandal hit the homebuilding building i think what i woke up i was screaming dozens of people were injured while thousands were without power for a time rough weather also hit neighbouring kansas in missouri as parts of those states fell victim to flood waters then as the water started coming into the car a panicked and jumped out of the car started running a south america towards not water this was the.

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