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Solar Energy Could Power 40% of US Electricity by 2035

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Solar Energy Could Power 40% of US Electricity by 2035

"A new federal report says solar energy could provide as much as forty percent of the nation's electricity in fifteen years but it would require billions of dollars in federal investment the energy department says the US installed a record fifteen gigawatts of solar generating capacity last year it shifts toward renewable dominant power grid to address the threat of climate change solar now represents just over three percent of the electrical supply but energy secretary Jennifer grant Holmes says solar could produce enough to power all homes in the U. S. by twenty thirty five to do that however the department's renewable energy laboratory says the country would need to quadruple its annual solar capacity installing thirty gigawatts per year between now and twenty twenty five double the current rate and sixty gigawatts double again over the following five years Ben Thomas Washington

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Power Grids Feel the Pressure of Intense Storms

Environment: NPR

02:15 min | 3 months ago

Power Grids Feel the Pressure of Intense Storms

"Hurricane ida crumpled a major transmission tower. That survived katrina sixteen years ago building infrastructure. That strong enough is hard when the target keeps moving because storms are getting stronger energy consultant alison silverstein says utilities and their regulators can take planning cues from murphy's law. We need to assume that everything possible that could go wrong is going to go wrong. Simultaneously and murphy is always gonna win. President biden's climate plan includes a much bigger role for electricity electric cars. For example cutting carbon footprint says easier with electricity from emission free sources like wind solar and nuclear. But even those have to stand up to extreme weather putting wires underground may seem obvious but engineering professor destiny. Knock at carnegie mellon university says that won't always work in hurricane country where you might have under grounded. The lines to protect them from wind putting them underground makes them more susceptible to flooding knock. Says it's never just one thing that's going to keep the lights. On energy experts. We interviewed agree on a few basic ideas though. They say the grid should be more decentralized so the whole thing doesn't shut down at once. More generation out in communities such as solar power would accomplish that but new orleans utility energy has resisted calls for just that to the frustration of local activists at mit engineering professors. Or up. a mean says not all the fixes are technical. He says power companies also need to become more agile and do more when responding to storms the fact that some utilities are not able to sort of respond immediately is also another kind of failure which is perhaps as drastic as the infrastructure. Failures is assuming outages will happen. Amin says utilities should focus more on dispatching generators even before a storm to make sure important facilities and vulnerable populations get electricity restored as soon as possible. All this cost money that usually ends up in utility bills. Congress is working on major funding through infrastructure bills. That could address some of these issues. There also focused on president. Biden's climate goals including zeroing out greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five.

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Social Security and Medicare Funds Remain Under Pressure

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Social Security and Medicare Funds Remain Under Pressure

"More problems for social security and Medicare funds social security and Medicare the government's two biggest benefit programs remain under intense financial pressure the two major issues the retirement of millions of baby boomers along with the devastating pandemic putting increased pressures on the two programs finances a report from the program's trustees has now moved up by one year the day for the depletion of social security's reserves it now projects they will be unable to pay full benefits starting in twenty thirty four instead of twenty thirty five Medicare is still expected to exhaust its reserves in twenty twenty six that's the same date is estimated last year surely a blur Washington

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Behind the Headlines at Boeing and Airbus

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Behind the Headlines at Boeing and Airbus

"Boeing last week wild wall street with its first profitable quarter in a long time but ceo dave. Calhoun seem less excited about when the company might launch. Its next clean sheet airplane in fact some believe he was signaling. It could be a long ways off for its part. Airbus's looking to aggressively ramp up production to cement. Its formidable lead over. Boeing in the narrow body market while embarking on a long and expensive are effort to develop a hydrogen-powered aircraft but twenty thirty five aviation week editors listened in on earnings calls and tried to make sense of where the two companies are heading. It was truly an exercise in reading. The tea leaves joining me to discuss. That are two of them. Senior editor guy. Norse an executive editor. Yen's floto guide. Let's start with you. Dave calhoun had been saying for a long time. If boeing launched a new clean sheet aircraft. They couldn't wait for the propulsion makers the propulsion wouldn't be ready would have to be other advances to to make the business case now. He's talking about the importance of propulsion advances. Is that a signal that this next airplane which originally was called anna may is not coming for a long time. is that what. He's gently telling us. Well so really good question i mean the point is is that we simply are in the dark so we just we should admit that up front to to start with so we are as you say. Having to look at the tea leaves along with everybody else so so what do we know. We do know that as of june as you mentioned calhoun told us you know he said. Look you know. We're sticking to his message. whatever comes next. We're not talking about big leaps in propulsion. You know we're just going to. All the savings are going to be made to the airframe technologies like that which was was fine near that made sense but something has changed and of course the big news from the propulsion side is the emergence of the cfm rise program. The open fan open rotor technology demonstrator.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on Direct Current

Direct Current

03:43 min | 6 months ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on Direct Current

"Lpi would you say that that's fair and that's something that has been addressed and is part of what you're thinking of going forward. Yeah i mean you know saying that. Something's been addressed is a difficult thing to do. It's like of saying mission accomplished I feel like our work is never done. So part of this is actually really explaining to people what we do some of our limitations and the benefits that we provide and for some people. We're not going to be the best place to get money because we're not inherently a subsidy. We're a bridge to bankability what we're providing as money where no one else will provide money. We're not here to subsidize the project further right and i think that's critical because i think a lot of people think that we're here to provide a form of subsidy through lower interest rate and that's really not what the office does end and l. p. o.'s really one part of da's larger portfolio array of funding options and sources. Yeah i mean that's been frankly the best most exciting part of this job is i've been able to have one on one meetings with. I'd say a number of the program offices within the department energy and it's just breathtaking tennessee. How much the department of energy is doing from demonstration projects to spinning out technology from the labs and the office of tech transfer and commercialization. When you think about some of the early stage research that we're doing it's really amazing What we're doing to prepare for the full decarbonization by twenty thirty five of the electricity grid and the decarbonisation of our society by twenty fifty and a lot of the folks that programs office are entering those conversations early to give guidance from our perspective around what we think the commercial markets might think is interesting And bridge building and others that they might think is a call to sack or some sort of a dead end which they're unlikely to fund and yeah no one d has to actually follow our advice. We're just one part of the voice. But i think we're having good conversations now which i think is great and i think the secretary has really stressed the one a we approach and we certainly have Spent a lot of time working on that. But more importantly i think the other program offices that we've interacted with have spent a lot of time working on that and so we feel like we're really part of the family really exciting times it is. I mean you know. I can't even imagine what a difference the secretary made. I mean it's just the deployed deployed to play. Mantra is ringing through all of our ears out a fairly regular basis. And you know when. I talked to external stakeholders whether it was the city of boston that i talked to today. Or or some of the other Municipalities or nonprofits or municipal utilities investor owned utilities. They're hearing the message they're like. Hey how do we get in on deployed deployed deployed. How do we get involved in green hydrogen. How do we get involved in electrifying transit buses or school buses. Or how do we build out. Ev charging stations. Or you know other priorities of the president and It's really breathtaking. The sea the sea change in the way in which people think the federal government is not only supporting them but catalyzing them. I think has been really extraordinary to watch..

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"At thanks felt we really want to apply governor brisker for his leadership here because he's not only acknowledging the science that tongue is very clearly urgency of decarbonising. Our power grid if you want to have a chance to avert the worst consequences of climate change. But i think he's also realizing tremendous economic potential for our economy by moving boldly to clean energy economy and particularly for communities that needed most equity only those creating jobs but all small businesses in the wealth of open to create in communities of color and communities. They're facing this transition away from fossil fuels. So i think he's seeing both imperative to act on science but also a huge opportunity jennifer walling according to reports this bill has been has been inching closer to finalisation but it just hasn't been able to cross the finish line. What happened that with all of leadership all of the parties involved. There is urgency around getting this energy bill done. I think that The details just need to be ironed out and we need to bring it to a vote. I think all items are. There's a to get this done and get this done quickly And we're going to be seeing it. Within the month. Jack darren Standing sanding the prairie state the prairie state energy campus which provides which provides energy do some suburbs including naperville winnetka. Geneva batavia the get power from the company. Some senate democrats balked at versions that would phase out coal by twenty thirty five. How do you get beyond that. Opposition that that continued embrace of what some people call the state's biggest polluter is.

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Honda to Phase Out Gas-Powered Cars by 2040 in North America

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Honda to Phase Out Gas-Powered Cars by 2040 in North America

"Honda has announced plans to phase out gasoline powered vehicles in North America in less than twenty years with the goal of becoming carbon neutral Honda made its environmentally friendly announcement as global leaders were meeting for a climate summit the Japanese automaker says they have plans to have forty percent of all northern American vehicles powered by battery or fuel cells by twenty thirty eighty percent by twenty thirty five and no more gas vehicles by twenty forty for the US China or Japan Honda says it will focus on battery powered electric vehicles but it's also working on hydrogen powered fuel cells with General Motors hi Jackie Quinn

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UK to Toughen Climate Target Before Biden Summit

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

UK to Toughen Climate Target Before Biden Summit

"According to reports Britain wants to toughen climate targets before the bye didn't climate summit the government plans to set itself a more ambitious climate targets pledging to reduce carbon emissions by three quarters of the nineteen ninety levels by twenty thirty five British media says the goal is to be announced ahead of a virtual climate summit hosted by president Joe Biden on Thursday the pool cheat the financial times which first reported the news prince not for the first time Britain would include emissions from international aviation and shipping it is go the government's declined to comment directly on the reports but said ministers would be making an announcement shortly Charles the last month London

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How Will Biden Administration Reach Its Clean Energy Goal?

Environment: NPR

01:54 min | 8 months ago

How Will Biden Administration Reach Its Clean Energy Goal?

"President biden's administration said a big climate goal two zero out greenhouse gas emissions from power plants by twenty thirty five last week we talked with epa administrator michael regan about this believe that we can set up the right policy instrumentation and regulatory framework to encourage continued innovation to get us to that carbon-neutral goal that we know we can't achieve continued innovation. Industries still has to figure some of this out. So what more do we know about how the government is going to encourage it. Npr's jeff brady has been following up. Jeff good morning good morning. I just wanna know. 2035 sounds really distant. And then you start counting fourteen years not that long when you talk about changing all the power plants in the country house administration going to do it. Well you know is getting. The details are getting a little bit clear from the president's budget proposal and groups talking with the administration about this Details are still being worked out but a central focus is creating a national clean energy standard. And this would be a countrywide requirement that overtime increasing of is generated from fuels that don't emit the greenhouse gases that fossil fuels do conrad schneider at the clean air task. Force says it's similar to renewable energy standards that many states have they essentially required an increasing percentage electricity sales from renewable energy like clean energy standard simply broadens the list of energy resources that are eligible under the standard so in addition to wind and solar. This national standard would include things like hydropower and nuclear and another bit of detail. Here of energy likely will create this standard. And that's a little controversial. Some of the epa to do it. It's better known for setting and enforcing standards but some of the largest environmental groups. Say what's important is it. It gets

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Biden Is Pushing For A Major Expansion Of Offshore Wind Energy

Environment: NPR

02:00 min | 8 months ago

Biden Is Pushing For A Major Expansion Of Offshore Wind Energy

"Today the white house announced in am vicious plan to expand the nation's use of offshore wind power it's part of president biden's campaign promise to create new jobs and tackle climate change by investing in green infrastructure. Npr's jeff brady joins us now and jeff. The us doesn't produce much wind energy at all right now. So what's the administration's plan. This is something that europe is far ahead on compared to the us Though several states have their own plans basically the administration is trying to make up for lost time so it setting a big goal. Thirty gigawatts of offshore wind power by twenty thirty. That's enough electricity to power more than ten million american homes for a year according to the white house now. Currently there's only one offshore project operating massachusetts and rhode island but they have to ramp up quickly to meet biden's climate goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five and fast change like that can make people uneasy especially in the fossil fuel industry. That's one reason white house. National climate adviser gina mccarthy focused her comments on opportunities. This is all about creating great jobs in the ocean and opposite cities and in our heart win all across america revitalize communities in particular those that have been left behind the administration says this expansion will support thirty two thousand construction and support jobs through twenty. Thirty mccarthy says some of those heartland jobs include manufacturing turbans making steel and building the special boats. It'll be needed now. The administration has this big goal for building a lot. More wind turbines. But how are they actually going to make that happen. The interior department is establishing a new wind energy area and the new york bite. And that's the relatively shallow water between long island and the new jersey coast. The agency is starting an environmental review process for the proposed ocean wind project off new jersey. Then they're looking at locations on both coasts and in the gulf of

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It's Not Just Texas: The Entire Energy Grid Needs An Upgrade For Extreme Weather

Environment: NPR

03:06 min | 9 months ago

It's Not Just Texas: The Entire Energy Grid Needs An Upgrade For Extreme Weather

"The electricity grid is more than wires. It's also power plants big transmission towers and local utilities. Everything that gets electricity to you. Much of that infrastructure was designed for a different era says energy consultant alison silverstein. We plan this grid for us inherit weather and we are now facing mad max. These pop culture references are silverstein colorful way of saying that what worked in the nineteen fifties sixties and seventies needs to be updated for a future that includes climate change. Everybody has always designed these systems looking in the rear view mirror that made sense grid. Managers identified the worst case scenario from the past and planned for that but climate change is delivering whether that hasn't been experienced before the number of weather disasters with losses over a billion dollars is increasing according to the federal government and the group climate central says that since two thousand there's a sixty seven percent increase in major power outages from weather and climate related events. Each region has its own vulnerabilities. Take the pacific northwest. And it's massive hydropower dams for example. Not only do we need to be worried about the cold weather events like he signed texas and the the hot weather events like in california ben kiala is at the northwest power and conservation council. They recently changed their planning models to look ahead and better prepare for how climate change alters win water flows through the dams. He says warming temperatures make it likely that mountain snow pack will melt earlier in the year. And you have a lot more water running into those reservoirs in the winter when it used to be more of a spring phenomenon and it might be that by summer. You're pretty much. All the snow. Pack melted everything off. And you don't have that much precipitation and you just have way less energy in the summer grid. Experts generally agree. The country needs to build more transmission lines to get electricity from where it's produced to where it's needed. That would make it possible to add more cleaner. Sources of power like wind turbine solar projects in batteries to store energy. Larry gas diker heads wires. A trade group advocating for more high voltage transmission lines. He points out that president biden set a goal of net zero carbon emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five. That may sound like a long time from now but in the world of building transmission It's really not that far off when you think you need a good ten here. Lead time in order to get there and gas tiger says all that new transmission infrastructure big towers. Thick lines comes with a steep price tag. Our study said up to ninety billion dollars of investment by twenty thirty maybe as much as six hundred billion an investment by two thousand fifty gas tiger suspects the texas blackout. While encouraged policymakers to move on this issue. Soon as expensive as this sounds the texas experience shows. There's also a cost of not preparing the grid for more extreme weather in dollars and lives jeffrey. Npr

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MN leads Midwest, but falls short on electric vehicles

Climate Cast

04:09 min | 10 months ago

MN leads Midwest, but falls short on electric vehicles

"The purchasing power of the federal government to buy clean zero emission vehicles that are made in source right here in america. That's president joe biden. He wants to electrify the federal fleet to help reduce transportation greenhouse gas emissions but our consumers and states ready to follow. I'm npr chief meteorologist. Paul hutton are here with climate. Cast the american council for an energy efficient economy tracks eib progress their state policy director. Brian howard is here. Hi brian hey all great to be with you today. So this is some pretty big news on the ev front. I president biden's plan and then gm announces its goal to sell only electric vehicles by twenty thirty five. Are we approaching a tipping point here for these. I think so. We've continued to see a steady growth in the av market Even this year despite all the challenge of the covid so you with those activities that are coming from federal government and from a major auto manufacturers. I think we are reaching invasion point about what transportation electric vacations gonna look like in the united states and correct me if i'm wrong but these are only about two percent of the market right now. Why is this such a huge scale of opportunity for vs to reduce these transportation emissions to start with the transportation sector is responsible for about eight percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the united states which is the largest emitter based on kind of the sectors. That are out there So when we're to convert interro combustion engines and move that over to electric vehicles. There's a significant emissions reduction benefit which obviously helps with climate. But then also there's a number of other residual really important benefits as it relates to public health that you get from electrifying transportation. Well in one of those. I assume is jobs right because it's not just the vehicles you need the right infrastructure charging infrastructure. You need the right policies to move these things along which states are leading on this front of the hundred points that we looked at california scored. Ninety one next in line was new york at sixty three point. Sixty three point five which is obviously a pretty deep differentiation between the numbers. And how does minnesota rank minnesota is twelfth based on our evaluation which is a leader in the midwest but certainly is behind the national leaders in the top ten. What is minnesota doing. Well and where is there a need for faster. Progress with vs. So minnesota's done a number of things well Minnesota has done a really good job of articulating. How utilities could invested infrastructure. The state has also taken some initial steps to ratify california's zero emission vehicles regulations which would set that manufacturers need to sell a certain number of electric vehicles from passenger like vehicles in the state of which is being considered. Now you know there are some things that clearly need improvement They have identified that the absence of statewide incentives for electric vehicles is a challenge in something that they need to address. One thing. We should touch on right when we're charging an electric vehicle. It matters where that power came from right absolutely. And so what. Are you seeing with trends of different states. That have More renewable energy than other places when it comes to being able to charge navy with that we are seeing a an overall positive trend in terms of having states move towards outer percent clean energy for their for their grids. There's also a lot of states that are taking that activity very seriously and providing interim goals about how they're going to get to that low carbon future minnesota as an example is considering how to deal with that now in the legislature But other states have already shown us the way. Brian howard state policy director with the american council for an energy efficient economy. Thanks so much for sharing your perspective. Climate cast today. It's great to be here. Thanks so much for the time.

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All-Electric (MM #3612)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

All-Electric (MM #3612)

"The minute with kevin mason. Sure you've heard by now. That general motors has announced. They're going all electric by 2035 already. They'd talked about turning their cadillac division into all electric vehicles sooner than that. But now all of gm including suv's including light duty trucks all going electric by twenty thirty five and they're not the only ones bentley. the english car manufacturer. They're going to go by twenty. Thirty nissan is going by the early twenty thirty s. And i'm sure the domino's will start to fall but what's more fascinating to me. Is our life going to change. There will be no more trips to the gas station and the things you have to change in your car. The oil all of those places likely be going away to know. I'm sure some of them will adapt and some of them will become battery technology places because the need for electricity is even more important and then again. What's this going to do to our home. Electric bill we plug our cars in at night while we've seen electric vehicles for a long time. Now it's gonna move much quicker and that's where things really get interesting.

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All-Electric (MM #3612)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

All-Electric (MM #3612)

"The minute with kevin mason. Sure you've heard by now. That general motors has announced. They're going all electric by 2035 already. They'd talked about turning their cadillac division into all electric vehicles sooner than that. But now all of gm including suv's including light duty trucks all going electric by twenty thirty five and they're not the only ones bentley. the english car manufacturer. They're going to go by twenty. Thirty nissan is going by the early twenty thirty s. And i'm sure the domino's will start to fall but what's more fascinating to me. Is our life going to change. There will be no more trips to the gas station and the things you have to change in your car. The oil all of those places likely be going away to know. I'm sure some of them will adapt and some of them will become battery technology places because the need for electricity is even more important and then again. What's this going to do to our home. Electric bill we plug our cars in at night while we've seen electric vehicles for a long time. Now it's gonna move much quicker and that's where things really get interesting.

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GM going electric

Motor1.com Podcast

02:55 min | 10 months ago

GM going electric

"Starting things off talking about general motors engines. And the reason we're doing that are two very interesting in pieces of news. We've got Last week gm announced that as of twenty thirty five th they are going to stop offering internal combustion engines in their light cars so basically you might still be able to get a va in your silverado. Twenty five hundred or something like that but vast majority of their vehicles probably even performance stuff like your corvette if the camaro still around then those are all going to be e vs or maybe plug in hybrids but basically gas a purely gas powered engines are not in their future and so i wrote up the road up the story last week and it really got my gear. Spit on that. You know g. m. is one of the oldest auto makers in the world nerd. They've got over one hundred years of history and there are some absolutely fantastic internal combustion engines in that town at also. Interestingly this week. I'm this is a story that you wrote about it is at you know. Cadillac announced that the new cto four. V black-wing c. T. v. black wing. Those are going to be the last v models from cadillac with internal combustion engines and so it really seems like gm serious about this at least for right now So yeah it's it's a weird time. Jim anything to add about the cadillac part of that. Well i mean yes. And no. I guess the bigger question is whether or not gm can actually pull this off than our commenters brought up as well as you know. Twenty thirty is a long time and time away make makes promises that doesn't necessarily keep so they they sometimes don't always follow through most of the all of the time. Maybe i i. I don't wanna sound too harsh on gm. Because i mean they're they're they're going forward and and i mean frankly they have to go for it right. The whole industry is moving in that direction. And we're we're faced with a gm lineup right. Now that is pretty much almost completely devoid of any electrification Damning they have some Just wanted just a couple of vehicles right off the top of my head. Of course they've got the the gmc hummer okay. i. I don't know if a hundred and ten thousand dollar luxury electric pickup truck is really going to be the the mainstream savior but yeah fourteen. Years can get there and cadillac. I mean these These amazing looking sports sedans. That's going to be the the end

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How the state of the oil and gas industry affects the city of Houston

Houston Matters

03:55 min | 10 months ago

How the state of the oil and gas industry affects the city of Houston

"As you may have heard earlier on morning edition. Oil giants were expected to make up some of their financial losses in the last quarter of twenty twenty but final earnings reports released. This week show. That was definitely not the case. Texas headquartered exxon mobil reported a fourth-quarter loss of more than twenty billion dollars. Bp which has its headquarters here in houston recorded a full year loss of five point. Seven billion houston headquartered conaco phillips two point seven billion lost in twenty twenty demand for crude oil dried up last year after officials called for lockdowns and travel restrictions due to the pandemic and there was already a glut in domestic supply not a good equation for the industry and the news may not be much better for oil and gas so far in twenty twenty one to discuss. Why and how it may affect houston. We're joined now by energy writer lawrence steffi. Who's the managing director for thirty points strategies. A writer at large for texas monthly and columnist for energy voice dot com lauren. Good morning good morning greg. Thanks for having me glad to have you with us. The pandemic has obviously played a big role in revenue loss for many companies. How specifically has it impacted the oil and gas industry over the last year. Well i mean you just discussed the earnings numbers and i think that that's You know one of the big impacts. I mean we've had this very unique situation over the past year where we've had an environment of low prices and low demand which is really pretty unique in the history of the industry and it's It's good a lot of companies in pretty tough spot. Does it also signal what we may see as sort of the ongoing future for this industry. Yeah i think there's sort of two it you have to take in the shorter term. Prices have come back a little bit. we'll see if the industry has you know enough financial discipline to to hold the line on that But but i think in the short term you know as vaccines roll out and and more people are able to travel again. You're going to see a pretty big spike in the band. I think when you look beyond that though you have to sort of recognize what's happening in the market and basically a lot of things are moving against the oil and gas industry You know investment is moving away from fossil fuels government policy. Worldwide is moving away from fossil fuels and even consumer choices. Moving away from fossil fuels. And that's especially true when you look at things like gm's announcement to go to a zero emission sleep by twenty thirty five. You're gonna see more products available. That consumers will give consumers an alternative to oil and gas. You mentioned government policy. How might the biden administration help or hinder efforts of the big oil and gas companies to balanced back in the coming year. Well i think you know. The biden administration has made it very clear that they want to pull us into greener energy future. Which is fine. Where i think they're being disingenuous. Is that for for many years now. Democrats have touted. You know the idea of green jobs as being replacement for jobs will be lost in the world gas industry and i think that's really You know just not accurate. I mean there's no way you're gonna replace the number of jobs you're gonna lose You know if you just think about it. It takes fewer people. To maintain a windmill does oil rig. And so you know some of those those jobs especially on the frontlines the gas industry or not coming back And that's important because those are high paying jobs. I mean it's one of the few areas in the united states where somebody with a high school. Education can still make a six figure incomes. So those are gonna be tough jobs to replace. I think the democrats need to be more honest about that situation. The other side of the coin You see republicans digging in decrying the loss of jobs that are gonna come from these policies but you know we've lost sixty thousand jobs in texas in the oil industry in less than a year And there hasn't been a lot of leadership on the republican side. We're how we're gonna manage this transition. So i think both sides need to provide some leadership and start and stop throwing around you know ideology and And actually try to try to offer some concrete solutions for the people that will be most

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

"And then he's hit with the facts that are gonna come out because these lawsuits there. I can't see dominion winning a lawsuit. Frankly i can't see them winning a lawsuit. We so much evidence out there folks. It's going to get interesting. And i would just keep our fingers crossed and sit. Sit back and enjoy the ride but please please. Only if you're talking to people online especially or the email or anything just just tell him to sit back and watch the show. Don't don't try to boost. The things can go well or not just to sit back and watch it. Put it in. God's hands please because right now we need. Every every bit of strength that this ki- this country can get approved. These people what they've done. So i'll get off my soapbox and right now. That was supposed to be the topic tonight but more important topic. Is this new green deal. Green new deal. That biden promised he wasn't going to implement and what leads what led up to it. What the evil things that are happening in the white house right now the evil things that this president is doing the strings pulled by who knows heaven. Heaven only knows who are just terrible but the worst is what we call this green new deal and in this in this video where we're biden this joe biden speaking. He's bringing his great plan for the future. He's talking about eliminating all fossil fuels by twenty thirty. Five i say again. He is looking to eliminate all fossil fuels by twenty thirty five twenty thirty five. That's fifteen years if he's got four years and we don't win and another four years we got harrison there and maybe another four years. We got some other idiot in there and this thing goes through folks the money it's going cost you take the poison. The air the poison and the environment. So i'm gonna bring another fan before. I bring up his new green new deal. I'm going to smack every conservative in this country. And you can hate me for it if you like.

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G.M. Will Sell Only Zero-Emission Vehicles by 2035

the NewsWorthy

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

G.M. Will Sell Only Zero-Emission Vehicles by 2035

"Carmaker general motors promised to phase out. Its gas and diesel burning vehicles. Completely by twenty thirty five. The company says every single one of its passenger cars vans and suv's will be zero emissions. This marks a huge change for the company which is usually known for its large gas guzzling vehicles but gm says it plans to refurbish factories to instead. Turn out electric cars. And it will also invest in battery production as well g. m. plans to have thirty types of electric vehicles ready to go within the next four years and it'll just grow from their advocates say. Gm's promised to make zero emissions. Cars is a breakthrough moment but it could have some drawbacks to the new york. Times says rapid changes in the auto industry could lead to job losses and business failures either way. Some other automakers have already vowed to make more electric zero emission vehicles as well.

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General Motors sets goal of going largely electric by 2035

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

General Motors sets goal of going largely electric by 2035

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting General Motors sets a goal of going mostly electric over the next fourteen years General Motors has set a goal of making the vast majority of its fleet electric by twenty thirty five at GM wants its entire company including operations to be carbon neutral by twenty forty GM had already announced it will invest twenty seven billion dollars in electric and autonomous vehicles over the next five years this month GM also announced a new partnership with Microsoft aimed at accelerating its rollout of electric self driving cars GM says by the end of twenty twenty five forty percent of its U. S. models will be battery electric vehicles hi Mike Rossi up

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MN lawmakers propose 100 percent clean energy by 2040

Climate Cast

03:52 min | 10 months ago

MN lawmakers propose 100 percent clean energy by 2040

"Minnesota lawmakers that clean energy targets more than a decade ago. Some of those goals have been achieved ahead of schedule. Minnesota generated twenty five percent of electricity from renewable sources the past two years. How fast can those numbers grow a new bill in the minnesota house aims to further expand clean energy in minnesota jamie long chairs the minnesota house climate and energy committee. Hi jamie welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me paul. What are some specific updated energy targets. This bill proposes well. We are proposing one hundred percent by twenty forty and that is a full decade faster than the bill that the governor In myself senator. Nick fronts proposed last session and we're updating the targets because we've seen that were failing to meet our greenhouse gas goals as a state and we've also seen clean energy become cheaper and cheaper and what are you seeing in the greenhouse emissions and the science. That makes you want to that these more ambitious goals. Now what we got some bad news this year. Unfortunately one of our first hearings in our committee was on the state's greenhouse gas emissions inventory which comes out every two years and we heard that our state is failing to meet our climate goals in that our emissions actually increased since last report one hundred percent clean energy statewide by twenty. Forty sounds ambitious. How do we know it's technologically possible by that what we've seen clean energy become cheaper every year right now. Wind energy is the cheapest energy sources we can find in minnesota and solar is likely to be the cheapest within five years so we've seen the sheriff carbon free energy in the state grow from thirty percent in two thousand and five to fifty percent twenty twenty and we had testimony in our committee from experts. Who have said that across the nation we could see ninety percent clean energy by twenty thirty five and that minnesota with a terrific wind resources that we have in our state. Who'd go even faster than that. You mentioned cost. How competitive is renewable energy today compared to other sources like coal and natural gas. Well frankly it's eating their lunch. If you look at the utilities in minnesota who frankly have been terrific leaders on clean energy we've seen. Xl energy was the first in the nation to commit to one hundred percent carbon free electricity. Great river energy. Our second largest utility announced it would achieve ninety five percent carbon pollution reductions by twenty twenty three and the reason they said they were doing that was because wind energy was so much cheaper than the coal plant that they were operating so it was a benefit for their customers and then just last week minnesota power game one of only twenty or so large utilities nationwide to commit to one hundred percent clean energy. How do these targets compare with other states. Well this would be the most aggressive target that any state has adopted yet. New york state has also adopted one hundred percent clean energy by twenty forty but we have targets that are in the interim For example ninety percent twenty thirty five that are stronger than other states have adopted how quickly are republicans accepting the economic benefit of this technologically driven. Clean energy transition. Well there's there's no reason at all. Why clean energy at can't be bipartisan. In an often is so. I think there is a changing tone on the other side of the aisle from where there has been in the past. And i'm really optimistic that we we can come together. So what's next for this bill. Well today in that house. Climate and energy committee were hearing the bill and then it will be moving forward through the legislative process in very hopeful that we can make progress on the session jamie long chair of the minnesota house climate and energy committee. Thanks so much for your perspective today. Thank you so much have me.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

03:57 min | 10 months ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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Ex-Energy Secretary Says Fixing Climate Change Is Tough, There's No Vaccine

Environment: NPR

06:32 min | 1 year ago

Ex-Energy Secretary Says Fixing Climate Change Is Tough, There's No Vaccine

"President-elect biden plans to change. us climate policies or rather. Pick up where they left off. Resuming efforts disrupted under the trump administration biden talks of the united states generating all its electricity by twenty. Thirty five without emitting carbon into the atmosphere. He wants the whole economy to run on clean energy by twenty fifty. If that can be done at all it will demand changes in technology so we called someone who knows the technology well. Steven chu was a recipient of a nobel prize in physics. He was also secretary of energy in president obama's administration and he says climate change makes the pandemic look simple. There will be no vaccine magical shot for climate change and it's going to have a more profound impact on the world at large if you can imagine that than what we're going through today. Steven chu says. Markets are moving in favor of cleaner energy. President trump's administration loosened fuel economy standards for cars and promoted coal but the coal industry kept dying on. Its own and car companies. Say they are ready to go back to stricter standards. Renewable energy like wind and solar is getting cheaper while oil companies are contemplating a different future. We've been interested by the news that some oil companies are forecasting peak demand Not that their production would peak but that the demand for oil is plateauing or declining in the next few years. Yes i would say it's more plateauing will be a long plateau which is not what they would have said ten years ago. It's in part due to the fact that they are into spain. Electric vehicles will become better and better and they will as they look towards the future. I think the more forward leaning oil companies are saying well essentially by twenty seventy twenty seven five. Whatever we need to be a very different business you're going to actually use oil or natural. Gas is then. The carbon can't be released into the atmosphere in past business cycles. The market has sometimes worked against renewable energy oil prices go up wind and solar lamar attractive by comparison but then oil gets very cheap as it absolutely has been during the pandemic and oil becomes much more attractive. Is there any reason to think that cycle would be broken this time. Yeah the technology is getting better. I go back to something like electric vehicles. Which for personal transportation you can imagine those at twenty twenty five thousand dollar car. That has a three hundred fifty mile range as four times less expensive to own and operate in terms of fuel and maintenance and pretend you can charge two hundred miles in five minutes. Six minutes and means the car batteries last longer than the human bladder. Which is the key criteria. I hadn't thought about that. People are going to stop for that reason. Okay go on. Yes and so. These type of batteries will be deployed so it makes much more sense. People will gravitate towards naturally. That's why the oil companies are looking towards other uses for oil natural gas particularly chemicals plastics. What they really love is if you could use that material to make construction materials that begin to displace cement or seal or at least supplement them in and lower the carbon footprint of those things. Oh because there's a big carbon footprint with those materials does construction materials as well. Oh absolutely cement. For example is responsible. Just cement is responsible for about eight percent of the entire carbon emissions so given the changes in technology and the changes in the marketplace is the biden administration which is set these relatively ambitious climate goals for twenty thirty five and twenty fifty. Are they pushing on an open door. Then no not really because in the end to get rule acceptance is got to be better cheaper and there's a nurse and so if you look at how you make these major shifts in infrastructure. These are half a century investments. How the lifetime of a coal plant. The lives of a national as planned. Lifetime of an automobile is fifteen. Two going on twenty years now. You can retire things before their natural lifetime. But then there's a lot of resistance to do that So the question for the government is how did give this a shove. How did they move things a little faster than they might naturally move on their own. That's right the real question is what will help people make electric vehicle choice. We'll first thing would be. The technology gets so instead of keeping your old car. You really want to have something. That's just better. But how do you retire things before. The national lifetime is initially now. You have to demonstrate that this change is going to be good for not only health but the economy and everything else. It has to be cost effective and cost effective e e. Could incorporate the cost of cumin house. Hopefully the american public will have no trouble trying to understand that when it comes to your own your family your children's health. It's worthwhile one of the reasons i wanted to call you. Was that you were in the obama administration when it was attempting to get climate legislation through congress. And it didn't happen. There was tremendous political resistance. Do you think the political landscape may have changed in a way that will allow more serious investment in fighting climate change. Yes in fact. I would go further and say i think some oil companies you know. I'm on a advisory group to royal dutch. Shell and i truly believe that the company wants to see itself in a completely new business that they cannot be a carbon company that emits carbon into the atmosphere and so there's also growing awareness as the public than companies themselves in. This is a problem. We have to be part of the solution. Even if it means that. We've got to have to completely reinvent ourselves steven chu. It's a pleasure talking with you. Thank you so much. Okay my pleasure.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Scientist things the numbers for twenty fifty or twenty fifty anymore the twenty forty twenty thirty five the world is coming apart Sastre than any scientific study had predicted just got the deadline it's not twenty fifty it's not twenty four is not twenty thirty is twenty twenty because of we don't elect a president who actually believes that climate science now we will never meet any of the other scientific or policy deadlines that we need to if we destroy our economy the weather will get better and China should do nothing because that's how stupid we are god they're just crazy Bernie Sanders hates money he aids billionaires hates capitalism he hates America he hates success he hates successful people you didn't build that he's going to steal it and give it to illegal aliens who have tattoos on their foreheads just see that the guy with the tattoo on his forehead the other day is in his mug shot that tattoo on his forehead says crime pays you see this guy you know he's got parents the guy the guy has a mother and a father somewhere and there's there's sun mugshot national T. everybody's laughing at him because he's got a tattoo across his forehead that says crime pays in his mug shot okay now back to the damages that guy's a Democrat you know he's about that's why the Democrats want to give the vote to people currently in prison because they know that they're a lot of Democrats in the Bernie Sanders hates billionaires.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on KCRW

"I argue that we should freeze federal spending I just make some security as well Medicare and Medicaid every single solitary thing in the government and I not only tried it once I tried it twice I tried in the third time I've tried now the Biden campaign has pushed back pretty hard saying this takes the broader context out of things that he was talking about cutting spending everywhere and he has said that as president he would strengthen social security by increasing revenue going into it by even expanding it not talking about freezing you're cutting it at all invited is pushed back saying look if we want to look at long voting records let's look at the fact that Bernie Sanders voted against a lot of gun control in the nineteen nineties during this same period I find it amazing that we go back and look at statements many of the most taken out of context of ten twenty thirty thirty five years ago that's like my going back and pointed out how how Bertie voted against the Brady bill five times always trying to get a pastor's of the house you can expect the two of them to continue clarifying their differences this is one of those examples of the Democratic Party changing how it views things and Joe Biden changing along with that where Bernie Sanders when he was such an outline or in you know the mid nineteen nineties or even five ten years ago is now where a lot of the party is now speaking of attacks Michael Bloomberg former New York City mayor launched some this week but they were not targeted at fellow Democrats and not even just that president trump he's taking on Republican senators here when the Republican.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty percent by twenty thirty five with exemptions for fuels for ships trains and airplanes among others governor Jay Inslee says despite critics claims it'll drive up fuel prices the increases will be minimal especially since the line Washington with California Oregon and BC we will continue to drive down that by having the broader market share some of these industries can expand in scale because we know that as products expands the scope prices go down easily also says that despite the airplane exemption that broader scale will help lower the cost of airplane bio fuel to a point where it'll make financial sense for airlines Brian Harris homeowners Seattle police say they responded to more incidents of shots fired in twenty nineteen than the year before they're also more murders last year than in twenty eighteen Seattle police investigative chief Deanna no let's says it was an overall six percent increase the shootings include eighteen fatal shootings seventy nine nonfatal shootings and two hundred and thirty five and the incidence of gunfire where investigators could locate and confirm property damage or shell casings the increases were seen along the roar Avenue north and in south Seattle's Rainier beach Brighton Dunlap and new Holly neighborhoods and increase in gang related crime and drug use is blamed for the uptick a driver was shot while driving on the freeway in Kent more from Kamose there is on governor eleven thirty last night the thirty one year old man was going southbound on I. five he just passed sell two hundred special police say someone shot his vehicle he was hit in the lower back was able to get off the freeway into that A. M. PM store two hundred seventy second now what is not known right now is that the bullet came from another car or from somewhere along the freeway earlier this morning troopers did a rolling slow down on that part of I five it's not known exactly what they were doing but it was the likely they were looking for some evidence there this is the latest shooting it comes after a string of incidents on our roads where drivers have been shot let's go most there is on and the victim in last night's shooting is expected to survive coming up bold prediction from the sea hawks legend but do they get to be a close game I'm Corwin heck with this week's flag raiser first one for another update on come all traffic sold sewer Meryl what you want to talk about I wonder of the Bermuda triangle of today yes is lawful so far over involve full were for all five meets the bustle wouldn't the highway the accidents southbound on for all five at the boss the Woodville highway now just blocking that toll lane in the left so it's it's kind of backed up halfway between I five in Lynnwood and the boss for every highway but they just re opened one of the three lanes so hopefully will back up for a clear out quicker if your north bound for all five though there's an accident in the same spot at five two two also in the carpool lane that is backing up from before one sixtieth now there's an accident in downtown Seattle north on I five at Seneca right before the convention center I can see on the camera man this car got bashed up there's debris around the front bumper in the two central lines and that is quickly backing up from almost the west Seattle bridge already trying to get into downtown Seattle if your south on my five that's going to be tough already from north gate down towards the convention center your next couple traffic at one fourteen and our weather for today not so bad compared to what we expect over the next several days just a little rain here in the lowlands and some snow over the mountain passes.

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Have just a few more minutes with the lead they there's so much to cover in this book and instead of having me covered one should go by yet the book is southern exposure the overlook architecture Chicago south side if you care anything about the city you deserve to have it if you know anybody who might have moved away who might have left the bronze filled to you know play golf in Phoenix they would love this book you talk lead bay near the end of the book about kind of the future the potential for the future you are a fan sort of of the idea of the Obama center I am a slave fan of the idea of an Obama library and met into the center I'm not into a center with no books the presidential library with no books you are not at all taken with the design I I I I he the design of the building such as a sense I think it's in its third generation something do you think it might be what do you hate the design for a take away well you know for two reasons well there's I mean there's me access but one is if you are going to put it in a park let's just say we just some swelled up and see okay because we do put museums and parks in the state we have sure we'll we'll we'll do a fair then it better be a damn good looking building right let's organic you know and this is for city of architecture many respects diversity of landscape architecture and parked at your music into New York in some respects but but still we we do these things right here and if you don't put all these things together with all the money they got a spin on this thing off there have been a better look good better be good it better be something that looks like it's at one with the park and this thing is and there's a two hundred and twenty thirty five foot tower I think it's just horrible no windows got slanted looks at the metropolitan correctional center I gave it looks jail like a funeral funeral like me Daria and it's in those clad in stone when they should be a lot more glass it's right angle when they should be a lot more curves I mean a lot of curves and it's it's it's it's shockingly bad to me yes and you know it doesn't it and I I kept my mouth shut for a couple years on that bone on this but now you know I'm I'm begin most imprint you place it I mean you write for modern progressive and president sending president expected something more visually dynamic given that setting there like an abundant park space the architecture design a set of classy transparent in organically shaped structures and plazas to look as if they came from nature no kidding no kidding the new mayor of a huge role in deciding the future of a sell side places and spaces you also have a huge job on the north side with the the single site yeah he whatever that holds the link in the are you have you seen the we've been to New York recently and seen the whatever that thing in the real Hudson yards my I teach a class at school guards to to him he kind of critique using videos of the of it both of those magix and you know we we just like them both and Hudson yards especially the billions spent and those subsidy given to that up up into the billions to build a place to tell place yeah mmhm and talk about a place that has no business being in Manhattan or its future futuristic other number it is it and my fear is that this is the future of of of of built in almost planning departments are fully formed and are pushing ideas and we leave it to developers to push it this we're going to get Rick we get these kind of shame realize for rich people built in in in in in downtowns that look public but are not not that spiral thing that you can climb into Asian have smart phones it is nothing is working on a sculpture it is like a weird staircase I mean that is anybody who who wants to see what potentially bad can happen at Lincoln yards go visit Hudson yards the other one captain you bring it up in the book Lee bay the self works yeah and there is a piece of property on the south side of southeast side of Chicago that has the potential to transform the entire Chicago area really believe that do you have I do I do five hundred acres yeah clear and on the lake in the place in the world that would be something people want if you're near the much fresh water that close to downtown a relatively but they can't get enough of the gun here it's Y. maddening you know I I think will be is because of of race and you know this isn't a black Latino neighborhood that is seen as too far right from downtown but it is it is close to downtown is Rogers park it yeah and you know and there's there's you know there's environmental issue issues there I set up an of course of course do do do the things yeah that is that is I think you know with the Obama center the Obama center but but that's south works thing it will go along and it may be your face in this new mayor Lee bay as a as a from the urban planning urban wellbeing architectural viewpoint you know I I do because this is still the honeymoon period right in the end of that Barack rocky Honeymooners it's you know I like Marie's cards for pick is planning planning commissioner you'll want to really want to like you know actual reason I've known each other for about a decade of the set on mers you ally panels together in other things smart guy he wasn't you know he's a former mayor of the city address Charlotte the forgot which one which these these America but so he knows the of the political landscape in a way that you and smart guy the question is is you know can you grow the department enough to make it you know the power house if it could be as powerful as the police department is for example germs of policy and and having the eye of the public and I kind of thing they'll be fantastic and the other is you know it and will over over developers the other thing is an ambitious in a book is that you there has to be a sense there has to be understanding this can take a lot of money to reinvest in these neighborhoods but we're going to spend it any way and police lawsuits and other things that are you know over policing areas and that's not the Dallas police but but what what areas are just vested that's with the money to get a sense of priorities you know and and you know some of these disenfranchised neighborhoods you know these these so called food desert's man when you get a game we when you can't get a of fresh thinking can't get the makings for a salad within a mile of your house something is wrong is right or course school the makings of a salad yeah he's gonna begin to begin the line up and and I like it too are unlikely to a robbery that that if someone steals your wallet you know you want to go to go to jail you once can think what you want you want to put that money back safely and and that's what has to happen here the millions they were taken from the south side in the ways of describing a book well that has to be put back and is going to be painful expensive we're going to spend the money anyway that's right but just on ways that are beneficial to both well that is the one of the threads of this remarkable book southern exposure it is on its surface and surface wildly entertaining and enlightening insightful book southern exposure the overlooked architecture Chicago south side I've always thought Lee bay was incredibly talented writer and thinker the woman writing the foreword to the book is like wise Amanda Williams but now I know him to be ace Dunning's planning photographer thank you anyone to learn to take photos who could take photos of his girls yeah so nice thing there's a real family story here too I I wish I'd known your dad I wish I'd been on that car right yeah yeah yeah I wish I'd yet on that coverage lead they you can go to easily as is on website is all good author should the bay L. E. D. E. Y. dot com happy holidays and all that entails is thank you see you again say again we'll be back in I don't know four minutes or so we won't be you know the you will hear some commercials then you will hear the one and only Roger bad Asian then I will come back and talk to David Marienthal about his ongoing efforts to make a documentary about the one and only Mister Kelly's.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Very good I'd like to try this one more time we'll call it a day I'm in Iran on Monday and my heart stood still somebody told me that her name was Jill man I love them and strives he was just it was just a great the the the chemistry between him and Bill Murray mean it goes without saying they were together so many times okay so he you know what I think I think the most iconic character that he ever played what's he gonna Ghostbusters yeah that would be most recognizable I think role model if you wanted to jump in here with your Harold Raines memories your favorite hell Ramos movies are moments Texas or call us at three one two nine eight one seven twenty we got a collection of great Egon moments here are not Tom edited together this is the great held Ramos as Egon in Ghostbusters and some of his best moments this revised by the time you try to drill holes for your head we thank you I think this building should be condemned for serious mental fatigue and all the load bearing members the wiring is sub standard is completely inadequate for our power needs and the neighborhood is like in the military it is twenty represents the normal amount of psycho kinetic energy in the New York area according to this morning's sample it would be a twenty thirty five feet long weighing approximately six hundred this would be something very important I forgot to tell you what don't cross the streams why would be bad four zero the whole good bad things what do you mean bad all life is you know it stopping instantaneously and every molecule in your body exploding at the speed of light total platonic reversal right that's bad okay bye important safety tip thanks they're all Ramos.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I hope our witnesses will provide suggestions to improve Amtrak's on time performance while maintaining the overall fluidity of our nation's rail network I look forward to a robust discussion a passenger and freight rail service and again thank our witnesses for testifying this morning and I now recognize my friend ranking member senator Cantwell thank you Mister chairman and thank you for scheduling this important hearing on Amtrak and the witnesses for being here today I certainly consider myself a big supporter of Amtrak funding and Amtrak re authorization and also consider myself a big supporter of the chairman's initiative to make sure that that expansion on three work of Amtrak's sunset limited service to the Gulf coast is reestablished I know how important this is to the state of Washington and having Amtrak services and I hope that we can continue to make Amtrak of priorities within this committee I want to thank the witnesses for being here today and to talk about Amtrak services in a when we see an increasing pace of global commerce more trains than ever before in my state our trade economy relies on these methods of transportation to our ports which the chairman is also a big supporter and appreciate his many years of leadership on port infrastructure financing these issues are what play goes every day in the state of Washington we have communities that have Amtrak services and yet we also have freight congestion and have great crossings that make our challenges even more complex one example of this is pine roads in Spokane valley fifty six freight and two passenger trains pass through their greeting three hours of rail related closures daily that means that the challenger moving people and moving freight in our region as we are a gateway to the Pacific is becoming more and more challenging three hours every day when traffic is interrupted three hours every day when accidents between cars entries are more likely in three hours a day when emergency vehicles are blocked from getting where they need to go and this is a problem that is only going to get more challenging as our trade economy continues to grow in twenty fourteen a hundred and twenty one million tonnes of freight worshipped by Washington real rose by twenty thirty five that number is expected to double so AT intersection sections like pine roads and train traffic will increase right now fifty six trains pass through pine road every day but my twenty thirty five that will grow to a hundred and fourteen so this issue of making sure that we have strong federal support for Amtrak and also funding for freight rail infrastructure which is instrumental in making sure that passenger and freight run very safely more efficiently and reliable is a big priority we need to build on the proven federal rail initiatives like Christy which just provide a grant to improve the pine street intersection but we also need to make sure that in the next surface transportation act we consider other ways in which we can help communities without grade crossings in safety must remain a top priority the need for safety was driven home by the twenty seventeen Amtrak crash near the pond in the state of Washington I am concerned that we need to continue to make sure that we are having situational awareness and the challenges that come with participating in a busy transportation quarter I know that everybody is now trying to figure out how to get these people and products and services to places in a timely fashion but we need to make safety a top priority obviously positive train control which we know is being implemented is a key component of that and as we consider the number of freight freight trains coming through the impacts on the daily lives we need to make sure that we've learned the lessons from the dupont accident and everything that comes with it so I hope my colleagues will continue to push the implementation of positive train control throughout the United States I know where we are in the state of Washington which is getting that job done but we need to make sure we're doing this on a national basis as well so thank you Mister chairman for this important hearing thank you can't well I will know recognizer Gardner who would like to say few special words about a constituent of his Senate commerce science and transportation committee hearing last week morning Jim Scooby of Denver Colorado native of Longmont Colorado Jim currently serves as the president the Colorado rail passenger association or color rail he is also a member of the Colorado southwest chief and the front range rail commission a previously Jim served as the president the Park City police policy center based in Utah before realizing there's better snow in Colorado as well as executive director of the western governors association he's been a steadfast the advocate of the southwest chief and Colorado our nation's passenger rail service Jim thank you very much for being here it's an honor to have Colorado's voice that represented on the panel and thank.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is great because we see we see all we see people coming in with all types of auto immune issues, all types of skin issues all the time. And a lot of times those, those skin issues in particular areas of really bad really toxic liver issues, and the is really backed up in the livers toxic and you see, so you see different types of psoriatic issues and Joseph happened to come in at severe psoriasis. He had on his elbows on his knees on his scalp. And it was really was on this medication. And that medication this cream and that cream and all those things are very expensive as people probably know. And so he lost thirty one pounds in forty days. Which is, you know, it's a little below typical for men. We typically see twenty thirty five to forty five plus with men, but still thirty one forties tremendous. And when he came in, you know, we, we did the hair and saliva. Diviner jetty scans, we looked at his blood work necessity. I know functional level he got we gave them a liver support. We give mental support. We also give immune support for a lot of times, those things are on our auto immune type of issues. So for whatever reason the bodies attacking itself, so we gave him some immune support got the body work in the right way. Thirty one pounds forty days, the psoriasis, he says eighty to ninety percent completely gone, and it's great because then we're gonna use the DNA, and that's gonna show what supplementation, he's going forward and that'll show dental scan for forty different. Metabolic factors to not only help them keep weight off, but also how to stay as healthy as possible going forward for really for the rest of his life. So once we get the body work in the right way is very little things that you that it cannot overcome on its own. I forgot to mention when you were talking about the C Pap machine. I knew I had somebody in mind that I wanted to talk about. So the CPAP machine is very uncomfortable for the person using it for the person sleeping next to them all. You know, because they do make noise and it's just not the most attractive thing in the world to have next to you. Right. So we actually lower and Michael come in, and they both did the program. She didn't have too much weight to lose. But I think she did it more as a support system for her husband, which by the way it works. Great. And we have a husband and wife come in. We really see tremendous results for both usually because you've got the mental support. You've got the cooking support and all these other things. So michael. Is down a thirty six pounds in twenty seven days. Right. So one of the biggest reasons he came in today. It over pound day. But one of the biggest reasons he came in wasn't even so much because he was using a CPAP machine, but he was on three different options. Not hungry. All now not hungry. He was on three different diabetes medications. Well, yeah, because his glucose levels used to be one fifty to two hundred in the morning. And so he he used to take three pills in the morning to get those numbers now, three pills. Now, his doctor actually took him completely off the meds. Twenty seven days into the program because at day twenty-seven his glucose levels in the morning. Arranging between ninety seven and one five that's where he's averaging and basically, which is normal. Right. And the CPAP machine is completely gone also and his wife apparently is now sleeping back in the bedroom. No you go. I mean, there's gotta be some pluses and benefits to that one, right? I jam- just saying I listen. I'm just saying. Yeah. So I think that's really cool. I, I really, you know, I I fortunately do not take any medications, but, you know, hearing from people in terms of a how much money they're saving by not getting their monthly meds. Refilled be how much better they feel without those medications on a daily basis. And listen being married to a set of pills every morning is really, really. Depressing. In a lot of ways, I think, and I think that that's what our patients really start to realize, if they hadn't already realized that before they came to us. But one of the things in one of the benefits is when they come in, and they're like, you know, hey, I don't have to take that medication anymore. My doctor told me I don't have to do that. It's really great. And you don't have to be best friends with your pharmacist. No really, don't know. You could be best friends with someone else who provides positive things for you. You know it's true Shawna came in and she was down. So Sean, did the program she kind of did it in a weird way. She did it for thirty days then she had a two week vacation. So she did the program for thirty days. Stop the program two weeks short before vacation get a little to get the reset couple of days in, then she came back in June. She did another twenty days at a program. She did a total of fifty days in the cool thing is she was away. So she stopped the program should thirty days. Lost a bunch of weight. Let's say twenty five or thirty pounds or something like that. And third in the thirty. Days went away on vacation, for ten to fourteen days and didn't put any of the weight back on all while on vacation, which is awesome. And then she came back and did another twenty one days of the program. So basically fifty days at a program and lost, so fifty six pounds total in the fifty days. That's pretty impressed. Yet. That's great vacation vacation in the middle said, you must have customized that one for we have to play with it a little bit. So she had she says she had a vacation plan, she hadn't been away. And look, I'm not gonna tell somebody not to go on vacation. So we just customize it for. We played with it a little bit. Did it the right way? And what's great is she no more thyroid meds? No more no more sugar medications thyroid levels in normal, so she doesn't need that Ginny the thyroid medications anymore. And which she came in we, we were able to do we did the hair and saliva by energetic. Scans gave her hormone support gave her thyroid support. She needed panther support. Also in she lost. She lost that weight DNA. We're going to do DNA is going to be used also to help keep the weight off to keep her to keep her as, as healthy as possible, and your thyroid is really important when you're talking about people that are coming in a lot of times with mineral imbalances, and things like that, that affects the thyroid, a lot to thyroid, really that I gotta get bind with sodium to get into the cells of the thyroid t for and work. So that's why people have a sluggish thyroid, a lot of times, you'll see wake gain and the problem might not even be with a thyroid, the problem might be with the fact that your body's not as has a mineral imbalanced, bouncing, the, and the, the, the, I may not be with you get into the cell of the thyroid gland. So, you know that conversion to T forty-three is really that's the sort of the gas pedal to the metabolism, so to speak. And if that's not happened the right way. So if you're if you're having a hard time. Wait, you have a mineral imbalance and let Choate imbalance, meaning your body isn't absorbing water properly before because of that you'll be affected on the weight loss of it. And now if you're if let's say the thyroid, if you've got thyroid issues, and you're not able to lose weight, a lot of times, we'll see the thyroid not being able to get the even the chemicals, the minerals into the thyroid to get the, the whole process going. So that'll slow it down also. So it's all important bodies. Just an amazing amazing mechanism. But unfortunately, here in there, we'll see a few issues come up a few imbalances come up, and that's all it takes really is a few imbalances and getting it going the wrong way. You're gonna stay going the right or wrong way. And then conversely, speaking, you get it move in the right way. It's just the body heal. So great on its own the once you get it, he'll in the right way. You're going to be able to keep going that way and get on the road to health and stay on the road health, so really one eight five five.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Twenty thirty five social security would only be able to pay seventy five percent of those costs. So let's say that happened right now that would be eleven hundred dollars a month is what a retiree would take hope they have to do more with less money. Also think about this fifty percent of all workers working right now do not have a pension. Thirty six percent of everyone who is working in the private workforce have no savings at all. That's fifty nine million people without savings that you were lying or will rely on social security for that retirement. Edward Lawrence, the FOX business network days after the release of the redacted mother report democratic congresswoman, Katie. Hill who sits on the house oversight committee says they are not pursuing impeachment at this time. We know is that there were a number of troublesome findings in the Miller report. And it's our job through the committees of jurisdiction to continue on with the investigations and to proceed with caution and and move forward accordingly on FOX's the story. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has been lukewarm on the idea the US now enforcing sanctions on oil from Iran, November the United States granted aid countries. Several of them US allies waivers to allow them to continue buying Ronnie. And oil those waivers expire early. Next month secretary Pompeo says the US refuse to extend any of them last week. Turkish government said it expected the US would extend its waiver today. Turkey's foreign minister tweeted, quote, Turkey rejects unilateral sanctions and impositions on how to conduct relations with neighbours oxes rich Edson at the State Department. This is Fox News. On the Florida central credit union home loans traffic.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. New report on the solvency of social security and Medicare so yes, it will run out of money suit Medicare could become insolvent by twenty twenty six houses. We'll factor retiree. Let's take the average benefits. According to a social security administration for a retiree right now is fifteen hundred dollars a month is what they're getting now. Twenty thirty five social security would only be able to pay seventy five percent of those costs. So let's say that happened right now that would be eleven hundred dollars a month is what a retiree would take hope they have to do more with less money. Also think about this fifty percent of all workers working right now do not have a pension. Thirty six percent of everyone who is working in the private workforce have no savings at all. That's fifty nine million people without savings. They rely or will rely on social security for that retirement Edward Lawrence at the FOX business network days after the release of the redacted mother report democratic congresswoman, Katie hill who sits on the house. Oversight committee says they are not pursuing impeachment at this time. We know is that there were a number of troublesome findings in the Miller report. And it's our job through the committees of jurisdiction to continue on with the investigations and to proceed with caution and move forward accordingly on FOX is the story. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has been lukewarm on the idea the US now enforcing sanctions on oil from Iran, November the United States granted aid countries. Several of them US allies waivers to allow them to continue buying Ronnie. And oil those waivers.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Case of a former Clayton county government workers going to the highest court in the land next Paul Gerald Bostock, assuming the county, and here's why Gerald Bostock is gay and says, that's the reason he was fired from his job as a Clayton county child welfare coordinator, what it took his case to the eleventh circuit court of appeals. He was turned down the court ruling. It's not illegal to fire someone because they're homosexual Greg Nevins at Lambda legal says years ago, federal appellate circuits didn't read with that position. But Nevin says federal law bans discrimination based on sexual orientation. Nevin says Bostock has a very strong case. Pete combs WSB, the financial condition of the government's may retirement programs for middle working class. Americans is still shaky Medicare pointed toward insolvency by the year, twenty twenty six and is the word. Today from the latest report by the government's overseers of Medicare and social security. This is frightening votes relatively unchanged from the update last year. Social security would become insolvent in the twenty thirty five one year later than previously estimated President Trump and the first lady kicking off the annual White House Easter egg roll today with the salute to our nation's eg farmers. I love them. I know they like me too. It's the egg farmers of this country, the egg farmers and they've brought thousands and thousands of eggs. I don't know if you can use them all but have a feeling with his young very ambitious children. They're going to find a reason they'll be gone WSB news time.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WSB-AM

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Eric's with us on the Clark Howard show. Hi, Eric Lowcock. How're you doing? Great. Thank you. You gotta vanguard question for me. Yes. I do, sir. Currently right now, I have a twenty thirty five target retirement account after you kind of sit down, and I think I need to push it out to twenty forty five. So what is the best way to do this? You know, making sure that outer lose any fun in the piggyback that I wanna know. Should I use the vanguard personal service adviser that you had mentioned like when is the best time to bring them into the pitches? When you feel like you are not clear how to meet your goals is when it really becomes worthwhile to talk to a human for the personal financial advice. Vanguard if you feel like you're just kind of fuzzy am I gonna get there and doing the right mix of things to get there? And I putting enough money aside. That's when you really need that trained expert human touch okay now moving from twenty thirty five to twenty forty five fund. If you think you're going to work longer. The question about moving. The money depends on this is your twenty thirty five money in a Roth IRA regular IRA 4._0._1._K or is in a traditional investment account is in a Roth IRA, so it's a Roth IRA. There's no consequence financially or tax wise for you just rotating your money from the twenty thirty five to the twenty forty five. I can do that at any time at any time. And what it does is it. It will tell you into a heavier exposure to stocks for a longer period of time. If you kick your retirement ten years further out. And so you have to be comfortable with an enhanced risk, obviously with stocks. But when you're looking that many years out, you're looking nearly thirty.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Morning. Hey, breaking news. Just came down. Real quickly, Jennifer. Yeah. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been indicted on bribe and fraud charges who all right. That's gonna get good Moshe. Diane the same thing happened. Remember the guy with the patch? Yeah. He went down same way. Yeah. A lot of big issues going on all right now. Moving over to cool speaks space news with rod pile. Rod. Good morning. And I understand you're out of town pitching your book. I am, sir. How are you today? I am good. So for those that are at all wondering what this segment is about. It's all about whoring rods. New book. That's right. Oh, yeah. Of course. That's right. All right. The book is space two point zero with a nice foreword by is that both Buzz Aldrin. Yeah. All right. So tell me what the book is about. Because I haven't read it. It just arrived yesterday. It's really it. I'm calling it. The handbook of the new space age, but it's really a look at where we've come from where we've been where we are. And where we're going and space so talking about how the new space age is not going to be geopolitical like last one was at least not to major extent. It's going to be more about economics about commerce. About expiration science, but primarily probably about economics who's that's really what's driving the bus, especially with these billionaire investors coming in with their their their space programs with thrown. So it's it's really exciting time. You obviously spent a lot of time studying this, and you're one of the the well-known folks out there good reputation in the world of space writing. I want you to prognosticate for a moment. Five years from now ten years from now twenty five years from now where we going to be. Five years from now, it's not gonna look that different on the NASA side in the international space sector side. So we'll see China doing more missions to the moon be robotic up until probably the late twenty twenty s at the earliest, the United States will just be starting. We hope to get components in place for the lunar orbiting station that Nassar's putting together. But where I think where you're going to see the real change in the private spaceflight sector. That's been kind of crunching along under contract and acid to try and supply flights or American astronauts of the space station. And finally, it looks like this year that's going to start. So you're gonna see that begin to to go up, but possibly more remarkably you're going to see this explosion of commerce with Elon Musk putting up thousands of satellites for for broadband all over the world and a couple of other companies attempting to the same thing and early early private missions up to the moon to try and start exploring some of the resources up there. So that's five years ten years. We'll be MAG. Configuration to that. That's one will be looking at possibly bringing the space station down, and hopefully will be in full swing in our lunar Erbil station and setting back down to the surface for both the United States and within five years. China and the holy grail Mars man landing on Mars. Yeah. All right to guess give me a year. Okay. I'd say twenty thirty five if it's NASA and probably twenty thirty if it SpaceX. That's just a guess fairness. Okay. Now, a little bit about your book is I said we're going to hold this book for you first of all and this is not blowing smoke. Rod is a really good writer, and you are right. You make you tend to d want a lot of walk in a very true. No, it's true. Yeah. No, you're good. It's very readable stuff and it's really enjoyable. So the book is out space two point. Oh, and do we have a deal for you? Yeah. Oh, yeah. And Ron why don't we go behind the magic curtain, and you can tell us what KFI listeners get care. Listeners get ten percent off and the ability to go to the publisher's website, enter the code KFI, and besides the discount you can order a signed copy of the book or regular print copy of the book or the audio book or an e book. And if you wait a couple more months, you can order it in Mandarin Chinese, whoa. That's pretty neat. Okay. So where is the website of the publisher? That's a good question. I send it to you. But I don't have it for God's sake ride. Yeah. Books dot com. You have no idea how to sell your stuff for God's sake. All right. Ben Bella books. That's Ben B E N, Bella B, E L L A books dot com. A very very well known publisher that I've never heard of. So Ben Bella books dot com, and I guess the discount code is KFI. Yeah. And you get ten percent off. And as I said, it's a very readable watch. And if you wait what a month, you get a signed copy or you can do it immediately. I'm gonna be sending shipping them all of them. So they'll turn it around right away. Okay. So you get a signed copy. And for those of you that are into that sort of thing at some point rod pile signature on a book is going to be worse. Well, not a whole hell of a lot. No, it's still no. No, no aren't ride space two point zero. Go to Ben Bella books dot com. Enter KFI ten percent off. And it is a good read may not I'll give you. All right. Rod have a good. I know you're on the book tour right now. Right. Yeah. I'm going to the Tucson festival of books on Saturday and Sunday. And then I'll be at create innovation week in Des Moines for the remainder that week lot to do in Des Moines. You know, oh, I know a long view of three feet of snow, right? Know they have a Dairy Queen out there that just does one of the best soft serve ice creams. I've ever had all right because the cows are about five feet away. That's so true. All right. Take care have a good one. Thank bill. Alright. Rod pile and space news and the book has space two point zero. I'm actually looking forward to reading it. Ben Bella books. I dot com with the discount code KFI. Okay. And also pile books dot com for all the rest of this stuff. That's pile P Y L E books dot com. All right coming up handle on the news later today. Asian but first let's check in with Jennifer Jones Lee, President Trump and Kim Jong UN have ended their summit early a luncheon signing ceremony planned in Hanoi. Vietnam were cancelled and President Trump's press conference was moved up before he departed couple of hours early with no deal. Detectives looking into a second death at the home of a political donor in West Hollywood say some witnesses have tried to avoid them LA county sheriff Alex via waiver says investigators are looking into the drug overdoses of two black men who died a year and a half apart and their process, they're going through all of the witnesses all the evidence from the first case, they're looking at the second case potential witnesses on the second case, he says some witnesses don't want to be interviewed about Ed buck. The mother of the man found dead last month has sued the democratic donor for wrongful death. LA city councilman Paul Krikorian has pitched the possibility of a ballot measure in twenty twenty to expand childcare access Krikorian says that he would like to see a wreck parks department operated. Licensed childcare center in each council district, and I think in order to do that. Given the limitations the continuing limitations. So we have in our existing budget. We will need an additional revenue stream Kerkorian says the money could come via initiative public private partnership or from the governor's budget Kerkorian introduced emotion yesterday to start looking for ways to add more childcare access in LA clusters of whooping cough. Have turned up in schools across LA county, the illness gets its name from a distinctive cough. It sounds like a whoop. It's also known as protests public health officials in L A county say they're monitoring three clusters of cases among eleven to eighteen year olds Harvard Westlake school in studio city has had thirty cases since November. And recently said a notice to parents about the outbreak. The LA county sheriff's department is looking for a breather. So it's switching from William forms to cotton ones. Sheriff Alexander waiver says the current uniforms are way too hot Ed restrictive for the job, particularly are people that work up north who work in one hundred and ten hundred and fifteen hundred twenty degree heat. Weren't a wool uniform is just. Asinine. He says the new uniforms will have some stretch to help deputies on patrol deputies get a stipend at the end of every year to buy new uniforms. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. A nineteen sixty eight copy of life magazine with the Beatles on the cover as finally made its way back to the library branch in Cleveland. The person who mailed it also included a one hundred dollar check at a note apologizing for stealing it all those years ago. The shows returning this summer with six original cast members. Fox's the six episode event will feature Jason Priestley Jennie Garth Ian's earing Gabrielle carteris Brian Austin green and Tori, spelling playing heightened versions of themselves. Inspired by their real lives and relationships FOX entertainment, president says the teen dramas legacy is an important part of the network's DNA, and they're honored to bring back the beloved cast members who also will get executive producer credit Aaron bender KFI new. And if you didn't hear me say earlier more nine oh, two one. Oh news. Former Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh star. Luke Perry is reportedly had a stroke. He was taken to the hospital from his home in Sherman oaks yesterday. He's fifty two let's take a look at your drive.

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"twenty thirty five" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"twenty thirty five" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Look you all the time. I never heard you discuss the option of rebalancing on my retirement funds. I wanted to know about that specifically because. Identified. I'm poor find a large capital small cap stock and the foreign funding. Underperformed four. Four percent. They regularly. And so I feel like redounds good. Yeah. But at the same time, I don't wanna be shuffling money from the funds that are performing into that one now. And it's not that big a deal. I I do not rebalance mine unless I look up and something just way out of kilter, and I mean like way out like if I look over a million dollars in aggressive and everything else has got one hundred in it. I've got an Email that things just it's over performed everything else for some reason or another and then I'm probably going to redo a reset. But I don't reset every year and move twenty thirty thousand bucks around or something like that in my 4._0._1._K, if I look up and its way over to where the point that the point of being across the four mutual funds twenty five percent in each growth, growth and income aggressive growth and international is to be diversified. And then if one of one of those categories outperforms, and you end up with more in there as long as you've not lost the benefit of being diversified. And that would mean that your way oblong and one of them, then I'm not going to bother. I haven't. Personally bothered to rebalance. It's not bad. If you do. I'm just not all obsessed about the nerd aspect of everything has to be equal all the time. The idea is spread your money into different categories. And then and then if it's makes you nervous because it's not so spread. Because again, it's too heavy and one that's when I would personally do it. I'm not mad at you. If you want to rebalance, some of it makes you feel good you like everything just perfect or whatever I'm kind of OCD too. But. I just I haven't done it. And that's the reason I haven't done. It has the principle of diversification is to spread your money around to limit risk. It's not necessarily that. It has to be all exact now, I do it exact going in. But I know the results are not going to be exact. My foreign funds. My international funds have never in twenty thirty five years of investing. It's the weakest of the four categories always almost every year to the point. I'm so disgusted. I've even thought about after twenty after thirty five years changing the formula, but I'm not going to. But it's just it's the one category that just. It's not like horrible. I mean, don't lose money on them. But they just never just never excited about them. And I guess that's a good thing. It means. The American economy is outperforming the other economies in general. And that's what it means. And so you know, that that part of it's good news. And that's been true for thirty five years. So we'll see what happens in the next thirty-five Philip is with us Philip is in Atlanta, Georgia. Hi, phillip. How're you doing quite? Well,.

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