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"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"About contradicting data is released either from a space programs or someone even the air force. Okay. And so nasty goes to great lengths to cover up things in space. And now, it seems that they're even even tried to cover up the little things that you shouldn't you should really be worried about covering up or at least sit on for a while. I was saying the last repeat this for those who've just joined us back in December. Mid December more or less like thinking to ourselves. What is wrong? What's going on in outer space and ask us and telling us, you know, what is happening speculating about aliens, maybe or? There's so many things we were speculating about aliens planet x we even did a few cute little songs, we played a few cute little parodies to make fun of it have a little fun about it. And always said and done, you know, of course, there are people out there that are skeptical. I'm sure clydes on this planet. X thing again resign this again run down again. Well, there was precedent. The reason why we're doing this. Because there's no, you know, November on into. January. And I was noticing that. Aaron been a number of stories in the news about close shaves cosmic close shaves with asteroids with rocks. Huge rocks. Okay. And. And so we throughout the speculation because NASA would never give us a straight answer about any of this stuff. And we throw the speculation about how something's wrong, I kinda theorized maybe got hit by some sort of gamma Burs is causing a kind of the ringing on the planet. Remedy ring we had and we had earthquakes in Alaska, and we had earthquakes everywhere, and then just a bunch of things happening in these areas. We all thought it was a tribute to the magnetic field or we contribute to space anomalies your heyday. When asked doesn't tell you the truth. Well, I mean, if you look back, you can see there are speculations were apparently right about some disturbances about says there was a recent story. It was published in the BBC. I saw that yesterday posted it on my Facebook page yesterday. There was there was a news story coming out of the BBC NASA finally announced it last December. There was an explosion a huge explosion in the skies above the Bering Sea. This was the second largest of its kind in thirty years of the biggest is the fireball or Chilean in Russia's six years ago. Remember, there's some sort of explosion over Brazil happened to NASA didn't talk about either see this rock exploded with ten times the energy released by the Hiroshima atomic bomb. Three months, and we know there, you know, they've been ambiguous in the past. They've been kind of covering things up. This is the little stuff. This is like when you ask ask the kids. Have you eaten the cookies? No mom, didn't eat the cookies. You can see they have chocolate chips on their teeth. You know? Yeah. Well, maybe not I dunno. I would say the compared you telling us the truth about aliens. This is like the kid eating cookies and say, no mom, I didn't eat the cookies. But now didn't explain why they sat on that story for three months where it happened. It happened at noon, December eighteen twenty eighteen this asteroid just came into our atmosphere dispute about twenty miles per second and steep trajectory about seven degrees. Several liters in size and exploded with twenty actually explode about twenty five point six kilometers above the surface with an impact energy about one seventy three hundred seventy three kilotonnes. And asking was hoping you would notice. And he said, well, the reason why we sat on the story is because we suppose you didn't happen over a populated area. And so we don't think it's necessary to report that story. Okay. Sure. I can say, yeah. Things explode over the planet all the time. And we don't always detective is something that big exploiting. Maybe you should tell us because look if you're planning on taking a airplane from North America to Asia. You could have been cut in two by a rock coming out and exploding or something in your in your airplane because it's a heavily traveled with aircraft. It's not over a populated area. But a lot of aircraft fly over there. And so, you know, I'm sure a military had some interest as to whether you're a big explosion. They detect it with these satellites and NASA was notified of the event right after it happened by the air force and NASA didn't tell but there's no press release until just a few days ago and the BBC reported. I should've told us about it. Why? Because I think this event. Demonstrate that larger objects can collide with us without warning which underlines the need for some enhanced monitoring and the money that we put towards climate science should go to space weather. I think you should go to space weather because you know, what we can adapt to climate. And that way we can shut down. All these bozos pushing new green deal nonsense. I wouldn't have to deal with all of the the cry babies that say, you're just attacking you're attacking your your hate. You're you can share with. Hey, I'm not conservative, and I'm not pushing pushing common sense. I'm not heating anything when I say that. Hey, all of us can deal with weather. Okay. All of us can deal with climate. I just can't deal with the big rock landing on my on my house, and wiping out my entire neighborhood just because somebody wants to be able to bring down CO two gases. And there was nothing about the atmosphere. It was even. The most peculiar also is it there have been a lot of curious science articles as of late. Tackled. The science of your earth objects and his uptick of activity and science articles are peer reviewed and are offered for analysis. And I was like thinking it was a good. I'm gonna look this stuff up. Why do a podcast about the end of the world? And I it's a great topic talking about near earth objects, and why would keep this quiet and something bigger south. They're waiting in the wings. Right. Maybe maybe not. I don't know. I mean, speculate all you want. They don't tell you the truth. Right. So I'm doing research for this podcast. I wound up doing research for my show tonight. Managed to follow a few links on the internet and landed on a science page, the discussed something called the great dying something that happened millions of years ago. And as I said, it's actually part of some E L E. Extinction level event scenarios. I wanted to talk about for this podcast is produced called how the world ends the end of the world. And so I wound up. Looking up extinction level event, sixth extinction L E extinction level event, and I wound up looking very scenarios where humans fell prey we're actually we've in the past fallen prey to circumstances beyond our control and eventually we were wiped out of existence. You know, civilizations. Come and go, come and go, come and go, and he mysteriously come back one goes away and comes back in its place. One certain group of people rule and the other group of people the slaves and the slaves become the rulers, and it just it's just a cycle that never ends one civilization. Why should sell out once can't replace the other civilization? And so this led me to a really weird article about this great dying. We're all of creation was murdered or destroyed in a major event that's still to this day remains a mystery. And I use the word murdered because well, there are various ways to look at his quantum magazine, which is a magazine full of scientific stuff and explanations they were talking in an Article V the planet planet earth is prone to a lot of cosmic events, very violent cosmic events two hundred ninety million years ago, large asteroids, including the impact or that would later kill off. The dinosaurs started to rain down on our planet between two and three times more frequently than they did before. So researchers solve this trend and they made this trend available because they were surveying impact craters. Now. Here's the thing. I don't understand why. Now, there's so interested in impact craters, and they're so interested in ultima Thule, and they're so interested in bay new, and and Japan is mining asteroids. Now asteroids are cool now they're invoke there. Also in the sky and their exploding everywhere, but they're invoked. And so you're reading about this asteroidal uptick sounds like something you get never mind his asteroidal uptick going on. And it's confirmed it scientists saying well. We know that the rocks pummeling earth at one time. But we don't know why all of a sudden there was an uptick in the in the asteroid attacks. And so they they say that well, perhaps it was a major cataclysm that happened in the solar system, which caused rocks to pummel the planet another cataclysm outside the planet like maybe an exploding planet or a collision or something. And then all of a sudden this stuff rains down us, scientists all over they'd they had hints that our planet service had been pounded more than usual over the past few hundred million years earth's history stretches for about four point five billion years, but most large impact craters appear to have formed relatively recently, according to science so geologists now have Chuck this up to bias in their data. But they're saying over time they've been looking at the craters in realizing that maybe everything they've been talking about is wrong and integrate dying. There's more to the story of the great dying or the wipe out of the wipe out a planet earth. So I am giving you this explanation. And it was academic academic is like I was reading some college paper about the cataclysm that happening. In space, the great dying. And I thought I kind of share this with my audience well-selling, Mike, I'm doing something for a planetarium show. I mean, it's all planetarium fodder. Right. You go to start show. You're you're watching things explode. You're seeing the star scape and everything. And then you stay for laser Floyd. But then you know, you read you read, and you re Nash stumbled on a NASA site. And it was a NASA site that started about started on about the great dying. And.

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03:57 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"One ocean, diving conducts cage free, shark tours and lobbyists for greater protection of shark populations are dropping sharply for many reasons leading humans are afraid of them. I'm Warren Levinson. Special counsel. And BuzzFeed, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen a special counsel Robert Mueller's office disputes. Buzzfeed news reports citing a pair of federal law enforcement sources and President Trump told his then private attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress Muller's office. Doesn't cite any specific errors in the report noting that the descriptions of the story are not accurate AP's Mike Rossier with more in response to the special counsel statement. Trump tweeted a post that said, sadly, so many will never see the metal that it was fake. A spokesman for BuzzFeed says we stand by our reporting, the president says AP digital news back in a moment while rents are skyrocketing in Silicon Valley, two cats are living large and a fifteen hundred dollar a month studio apartment, and we're not talking about two cats man, we're talking about to actual cats. The Mercury News reports the twenty pound felines named Tina and Louise moved to the studio in San Jose after their owner moved away to college students, dad. Was unable to keep them and asked a friend to rent him the kitchen Lewis studio, so he could keep his daughter's beloved cats, the newspaper said the data and his cats actually got a pretty good deal. The average studio apartment in San Jose rents for about nineteen hundred dollars a month. According to rent cafe the guy who rented the apartment says he feels bad wasting valuable living space on animals during a housing shortage. But he wanted to help a friend. UN report says the world's thirst for fresh water is causing a salty problem. The study by researchers from Canada, the Netherlands and South Korea deceleration plants around the world producing enough, Brian wastes too swamp an area the size of Florida with a full of salty water every year. Researchers won't that much of the Brian is being dumped untreated into the sea and some is causing harm to see life because of toxic chemicals. The researchers called the better Brian management, especially in countries like Saudi Arabia which rely heavily on desalinate. They noted that studies have shown Brian can be used in equa cultures to boost yields of salt, tolerant species of fish and the metals and salts contained in it could be mined giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice. As often as they did in the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rat crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. Special counsel. And BuzzFeed, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen a special counsel Robert Mueller's office disputes. Buzzfeed news reports citing a pair of federal law enforcement sources and President Trump told his then private attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress Muller's office. Doesn't cite any specific errors in the report noting that the descriptions of the story are not accurate AP's Mike Rossier with more in response to the special counsel statement. Trump tweeted a post that said, sadly, so many will never see the metal that it was fake. A spokesman for BuzzFeed says we stand by our reporting the president says he will make a major announcement tomorrow afternoon on the partial government shutdown in the border with Mexico before Trump made public that plan White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow insisted to reporters Trump has been trying to end the standoff, president has tried his mightiest.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Two twenty eight nineteen giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and Nastase list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on. Its impact dangerous scale scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and the United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. U n report says the world's thirst for fresh water is causing a salty problem. The study by researchers from Canada, the Netherlands and South Korea on diesel nation plots around the world producing enough Brian waste to swamp an area the size of Florida with a foot of salty water every year, researchers won't that much of the Brian is being dumped untreated into the sea and some is causing harm to see life because of toxic chemicals, the researchers called better Brian management, especially in countries like Saudi Arabia which rely heavily on desalinating. They noted that studies have shown Brian can be used in equa cultures to boost yields of salt, tolerant species of fish and the metals and salts contained in it could be mind. Two of the world's top automakers are teaming up Ford's CEO, Jim Hackett says the partnership with Volkswagen will help the two companies pursue the latest technological advancements companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to investigate. Collaboration on electric vehicles autonomous vehicles, mobility service. And in some ways combinations of all three of those can says they'll begin.

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02:25 min | 3 years ago

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"People around the globe need to change their diet. According to a new study AP's Jackie Quinn reports the need to limit their intake of red meat and switch to a more plant based diet, which is better for humans and for the environment. Just one hamburger a week for eggs and seven servings of dairy the rest of the time people should be eating whole, grains, beans and vegetables, that's the recommendation from a panel of experts in nutrition agriculture and the environment who contributed to a report for the group eat, which is calling for a major food transformation by the year. Twenty fifty they say less meat will help improve people's health and the health of the planet by reducing greenhouse gases. That are linked to raising cattle. I'm Jacky Quin. Giant rats from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. An agricultural tourism pioneer has died. Her Tyson founded a cherry pit spitting competition that international competitors and attention to southwest Michigan. The international cherry pip spitting championship was launched in the nineteen seventies lark. But also to Mark the region's tar cherry harvest, the Pittsburgh became a popular attraction and the forty fifth annual event was held last summer Taishan and his wife, Liz owned tremendous fruit farm near Clare. He opened the farm for a pick your own fruit harvest before coming up with the competition is daughter Ladele, sage tells the south bend Tribune other lights seeing other people enjoy the farm and wanted to share the beauty that is here. A local funeral homes says Teichmann died Monday to hospice center, he was eighty eight. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire special.

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00:45 sec | 3 years ago

More and More Asteroids Smashing Into the Earth

"Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact danger scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal

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03:00 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"MLS Alrighty three nine nine hundred one one of the largest known sharks. In the world is getting a lot of screen time. AP's Warren Levinson reports of video of the mass of predator swimming with divers gone viral, you Hawaiian shark. Researchers came face to face with a twenty foot long great white shark week off a wa who images of the encounter have gone viral on the web one Oliphant who shot the pictures says it could be a famous shark named deep blue the largest great white ever seen keeping the fingers cross it as her or maybe even more exciting that there's another massive, you know, super size. Great white shark out there. Company one ocean, diving conducts cage free, shark tours and lobbyists for greater protection of shark populations are dropping sharply for many reasons reading humans are afraid of them. I'm Warren Levinson. Giant rats from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rat crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science luxury jeweller, Tiffany and company says holiday shoppers and Chinese tourists spent less at stores this past holiday shopping season. The company says sales slipped as Chinese tourists spent less well. Travelling due to the strong dollar making it more expensive divide Tiffany jewelry outside of its stores in China. The company also says it was hurt by the ups and downs of the stock market. The exile about Brexit and protests in Paris that forced the company to close its location there during some weekends sales at established stores worldwide fell two percent in November and December compared to the same period the year before. Special counsel. And BuzzFeed, I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news a special counsel Robert Mueller's office disputes. Buzzfeed news reports citing a pair of federal law enforcement. Sources President Trump told his then private attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress Muller's office. Doesn't cite any specific errors in the report noting that the descriptions of the story are not accurate AP's Mike Rossier with more in response to the special counsel statement, Trump retweeted tweeted, a post that said, sadly, so many will never see the metal that it was fake. A spokesman for BuzzFeed says we stand by our reporting the president says he will make a major announcement tomorrow afternoon on the partial government shutdown in the border with Mexico before Trump made public that plan White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow insisted to reporters Trump has been trying to end the standoff, president has tried his mightiest.

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AP News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rot crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. It may be the most expensive gradual in history as AP correspondent, Karen champions reports a British art dealers paid more than one hundred twenty nine thousand to own a mural stenciled on the wall by renowned street artist Bank. See the outlet mysteriously appeared in port Talbot. Still town in Wales in December and his joining crowds have since security guards were hired to protect the outlet says a child playing in fooling ask from a dumpster fire. An apparent reference to the towns Appalachian, jump rambler brand the galleries in eastern England said he has agreed that the mural will stay in place for at least two years. Brenda said he wants to make Talbot goatee place rather than go from place. He'll says suggested the idea of an exhibition mentioning that he would like to bring five or six moving to the area in a short time. Karen Shammas London. Chicken nuggets, contaminated with would have led Purdue to issue. A recall the company is recalling more than sixty eight thousand pounds of gluten free organics breaded chicken breasts nuggets that were produced October twenty fifth the product was sold nationwide. The USDA says Purdue received three complaints that would was founded the nuggets, but there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions the product should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire.

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AP News

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"MLS Alrighty, three thousand nine hundred one giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. Mercedes-benz says it plans to open an assembly plant in Egypt. The company says the passenger car plant would be built by a local business partner and the projects being developed in close collaboration with Egypt's government. In a statement. The automaker says board member Marcus Schaefer, recently held successful discussions with Egypt's president and prime minister Schaefer, calls Egypt and attractive and competitive location for production and supporting logistics and says having an assembly plant there would enable Mercedes-Benz to expand its market position. Industrial production in the US took a big jump to close out two thousand eighteen AP's Mike Kemp and reports it comes on a surge in manufacturing led by automakers. Federal Reserve says manufacturing output jumped just over one percent last month the largest gain since February that contributed to a point three percent increase in industrial production in December and a four percent increase from a year ago. The industrial sector was using more of capacity assigned companies might need to invest more in equipment and facilities manufacturers have benefited from relatively healthy academy. Despite concerns about a global slowdown a trade war between the US and China and the waning stimulus from President Trump's tax cuts, Mike hemp in Washington. Special counsel. And BuzzFeed, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen a special counsel Robert Mueller's office disputes. Buzzfeed news reports citing a pair of federal law enforcement sources and President Trump told his then private attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress Muller's office. Doesn't cite any specific errors in the report noting that the descriptions of the story are not accurate these Mike Rossier with more in response to the special counsel statement, Trump retweeted a post that said, sadly, so many will never see the metal that it was fake. A spokesman for BuzzFeed says we stand by our reporting the president says he will make a major announcement tomorrow afternoon on the partial government shutdown in the border with Mexico before Trump made public that plan White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow insisted to reporters Trump has been trying to end the standoff, president has tried his mightiest.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

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"It said it hopes to leverage the fund to help create tens of thousands of units. Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada, the United Kingdom United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. A robot is giving scientists clues about how the earliest land animals moved in prehistoric times, researchers at Humboldt university in Berlin used a nearly three hundred million year old fossil skeleton and preserved ancient footprints to create the robot the fossils described as a beautifully preserved into articulated skeleton. That's about ninety centimeters long, the four legged plant eater lived before the dinosaurs. And fascinates scientists researchers believe the creatures a stem amniote an early land willing animal that later evolved into modern mammals birds and reptiles the researchers built a life size replica of the prehistoric beast, and then tested the motion in various ways that would lead. It's gate to match the ancient tracks, the then built a slightly scaled up robot version, which they called oral Bhatt the model allows testing of real world, dynamics and it accounts for gravity and friction. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire special.

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

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"The international cherry pit spitting championship was launched in the nineteen. Seventies is a lark. But also to Mark the region's tart cherry harvest, the pits. Bit became a popular attraction and the forty fifth annual event was held last summer Sherman and his wife, Liz owned tremendous fruit farm near oak Clare, he opened the farm for a pick your own fruit harvest before coming up with the competition is daughter linnell, sage tells the south bend Tribune refer other light seeing other people. Enjoy the farm and wanted to share the beauty that is here. A local general home says Teichmann died Monday to hospice center, he was eighty eight. Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rat crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that we're larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. Google plans to buy power from solar farms in Tennessee and Alabama under a new deal with the Tennessee valley authority. The tax giant says it will buy four hundred thirteen megawatts of output from one point six million solar panels at several new Tennessee and Alabama solar farms combined size of sixty five thousand home rooftop systems, the two largest will be able to produce about one hundred fifty megawatts each in Hollywood, Alabama, and yum, yum, Tennessee, Google's building data centers in Clarksville, Tennessee and Jackson county, Alabama and plans to match seventy two percent of the facilities hourly electricity use with carbon free sources supporting its goal of sourcing carbon-free electricity around the clock. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire special.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"The leading with humans are afraid of them. I'm Warren Levinson. Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and as-as list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. The tobacco from blue state of Virginia could be next when it comes to raising the age limit to by traditional and electric cigarettes. The majority Republican general assembly said they were backing legislation to raise the limit from eighteen to twenty one for all tobacco products, citing the rapid growth of teenage vaping. The surprise announcement by Republicans is part of a wider effort to broaden their appeal to suburban voters ahead of legislative elections later this year tobacco maker Altria. Could also have a stake looking to garner. Goodwill among lawmakers to defuse a push for stricter laws on vaping and other tobacco products. Other states have raised age limits, but Virginia has long been entwined with tobacco which powered its economy when it was a colony four hundred years ago. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire special.

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02:35 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"China's growth in two thousand nineteen forecast in more than six percent down only slightly from the six point five percent last year. But it's propped up by higher government spending, which masks sharp declines in other areas figures are. Causing alarm among the public and discouraging spending which could make the downturn worse. Economists expect the downturn to bottom out this year as government stimulus gains traction. Saturn didn't get its rings for billions of years flying solo for almost the entire existence. According to a new study an Italian lead teams reported in the journal science that Saturn's primary rings appear to be ten million to one hundred million years old, Saturn is four point fitters. Every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. Volkswagen says it will pay a fine in India of one billion rupees or four point two million US dollars for installing software that allegedly cheated pollution testing devices, even though the company is still appealing the order. In a statement. Volkswagen says it's challenged the national green tribunal's order in India's top court the Indian panels said Volkswagen diesel cars caused air pollution in the Indian capital due to excess nitrogen oxide emissions. The company statement said all Volkswagen cars were compliant with the emission norms in India. Special counsel. And BuzzFeed, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen a special counsel Robert Mueller's office disputes. Buzzfeed news reports citing a pair of federal law enforcement sources and President Trump told his then PA private attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress Muller's office. Doesn't cite any specific errors in the report noting that the descriptions of the story are not accurate AP's Mike Rossier with more in response to the special counsel statement, Trump retweeted tweeted, a post that said, sadly, so many will never see the metal that it was fake. A spokesman for BuzzFeed says we stand by our reporting the president says he will make a major announcement tomorrow afternoon on the partial government shutdown in the border with Mexico before Trump made public that plan White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow insisted to reporters Trump has been trying to end the standoff, president has tried his mightiest.

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"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"China's growth in two thousand nineteen forecast. More than six percent down only slightly from the six point five percent last year. But it's propped up by higher government spending, which masks sharp declines in other areas figures are. Causing alarm among the public and discouraging spending which could make the downturn worse. Economists expect the downturn to bottom out this year as government stimulus gains traction. Booking palace says prince Phillip has been in a car accident, but wasn't hurt the ninety seven year old husband of Britain's Queen. Elizabeth the second was in a car accident near Sandringham estate the queen's country retreats. The norfolk. Constabulary says officers responded to a reported collision and two people in one of the vehicles were treated for minor giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and as-as list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. Special counsel. And BuzzFeed, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen a special counsel Robert Mueller's office disputes. Buzzfeed news reports citing a pair of federal law enforcement. Sources President Trump told his then private attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress Muller's office. Doesn't cite any specific errors in the report noting that the descriptions of the story are not accurate AP's Mike Rossier with more in response to the special counsel statement, Trump re tweeted a post that said, sadly, so many will never see the metal that it was fake. A spokesman for BuzzFeed says we stand by our reporting the president says he will make a major announcement tomorrow afternoon on the partial government shutdown and the border with Mexico before Trump made public that plan White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow insisted to reporters Trump has been trying to end the standoff, president has tried his mightiest to.

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"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"Saturn didn't get its rings for billions of years flying solo for almost its entire existence. According to a new study in Italian lead teams reported in the journal science that Saturn's primary rings appear to be ten million to one hundred million years old Saturn is four point five billion years old like all our solar system planets. The findings are based on observations by Cassini spacecraft while flying between Saturn and its rings and 2017 before its demise by estimating the mass of the rings through gravity measurements. The researchers gauge the age it's still a mystery how the icy rings formed. Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were a larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science, Microsoft is pledging five hundred million dollars to address homelessness in Seattle. Most of the money will be aimed at increasing housing options for low and middle income workers at a time when they're being priced out of the city. The Seattle times reports. It's the largest pledge companies forty four year history and one of the biggest contributions.

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"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average at NASA list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows, no pending major threats on its impact. Dangerous scale scientists in Canada, the United Kingdom and United States looked at impact craters on earth and the moon that were larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. Buckingham Palace says prince Phillip has been in a car accident, but wasn't hurt the ninety seven year old husband of Britain's Queen. Elizabeth the second was in a two car accident near Sandringham estate the queen's country retreats the Norfolk. Constabulary says officers responded to a reported collision and two people in one of the vehicles were treated for minor injuries. The palace said a doctor examined Philip as a precaution and confirmed. He was okay Britain's Press Association quoted a palace spokeswoman saying Philip was driving one of the 'cause he had a passenger in the car. But the spokeswoman would not reveal who it was tesla is cutting seven percent of its workforce. CEO Elon Musk said in a letter to employees Friday in order to make Tesla's cars, batteries and solar products cost competitive with fossil fuels the company needs to make cutbacks Tesla's cheapest model right now is the forty four thousand dollar model three and he says it needs to broaden its customer base too. Survive the company delivered more than two hundred forty five thousand electric cars SUV's last year, nearly as many as all previous years combined. But it still fell far short of a goal set nearly three years ago of manufacturing five hundred thousand vehicles for the year. It did turn a four percent profit in its most recent quarter. But musk said that was only because it was able to sell higher priced vehicles in North America. And that preliminary numbers show a smaller profit during the current quarter, Musk's set an October that tesla had forty five thousand employees the seven percent cut would mean that three thousand one hundred fifty people will lose their jobs. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire special counsel,.

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"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on AP News

"Giant rocks from space are falling more than they used to. But scientists say there's no reason to worry. A new study finds for the past two hundred ninety million years asteroids have been crashing into earth more than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and the United States looked impact craters on earth and the moon that we're larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. An agricultural tourism pioneer has died. Her Teichmann founded a cherry pit bidding competition that drew international competitors. And attention to southwest Michigan. The international cherry pit spitting championship was launched in the nineteen seventies as a lark. But also to Mark the region's tar cherry harvest, the pits bit became a popular attraction and the forty fifth annual event was held last summer Teichmann and his wife, Liz owned tremendous fruit farm near Clare. He opened the farm for a pick your own fruit harvest before coming up with the competition is daughter Ladele, sage tells the south bend Tribune reporter light seeing other people. Enjoy the farm and wanted to share the beauty that is here. A local funeral homes says Tyson died Monday to hospice center, he was eighty eight. Tesla is cutting seven percent of its workforce..

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Asteroids Crashing Into Earth Twice as Often as Before

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00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Asteroids Crashing Into Earth Twice as Often as Before

"Than twice as often as they did. In the previous seven hundred million years asteroids, still only hitters every few million years on average and assez list of potential big space. Rock crashes shows no pending major threats on its impact dangerous scale, scientists in Canada the United Kingdom and the United States looked impact craters on earth and the moon that we're larger than twelve miles wide and estimate about two hundred sixty asteroids hit earth in the past two hundred ninety million years. The study appears in the journal science. An agricultural tourism pioneer has died. Her Teichmann

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"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The earth has already seen five mass extinctions just today's situation really compare. Full. From the past most palaeontologists think of it as a given that we are currently going through a mass extinction. Jennifer, both have brink is a paleontologist an expert in mass extinctions because of the number of species that are disappearing and how quickly it's happening. It is Mirroring what we have seen in the fossil record. She's based in South Africa's carroo basin which is a world renowned side for preserving fossils that date from around two hundred and sixty two hundred ninety million years ago, and it preserves an almost complete record of the ancestors of mammals. The evidence of extinction is all around her. I will look around to find pieces of bone or fossil sticking out of the ground around these hilly our crops, and then excavate them. Not really soon. They're just poking out of the ground. They are really any part of the animal can stick out, and you might see a tiny piece of bone perhaps. It's a looks like a white object against the on dirt. And it may only be a few centimeters wide. And when you dig it out, it's a three meter long animal, and in these bones, she sees species, come and go, we have background extinctions all the time that have occurred throughout history where numerous species often go extinct, but when we see a spike in the number of species and a significant spike where at least forty to fifty percent of the species are disappearing. We turn the domestic sanction and we've had about five mass extinctions in history. No two are the same. But they are characterized by incredible change, Jennifer. Both bring focuses on one about two hundred and fifty million years ago called the oh triassic. Mass extinction which she says holds up the best mirror for today. Gases such as sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide were released into the atmosphere and these different gases and chemicals caused a change in the atmosphere. There is acid rain. There's global warming and many plants for example council this, and then you have a chain-reaction where the animals that need to survive on these plants. Also, go extinct. After the extinction. It became extremely dry. So we go from lash seasonally, wait environment to a drought stricken environments, such as what you might find in the interior of Austria. And when it did rain attended to rein in these flash floods. So it was a very unpredictable environment. And if you have this kind of unpredictability, you find.

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"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"two hundred ninety million years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Blast from the past most palaeontologists think of it as a given that we are currently going through a mass extinction. Jennifer, both of brink is a paleontologist an expert in mass extinctions because of the number of species that are disappearing and how quickly it's happening. It is Mirroring what we have seen in the fossil record. She's based in South Africa's Karoo basin which is a world renowned site for preserving fossils that date from around two hundred and sixty two hundred ninety million years ago, and it preserves an almost complete record of the ancestors of mammals. The evidence of extinction is all around her. I will look around to find pieces of bone or fossil sticking out of the ground around these hilly our crops, and then excavate them really they're just poking out of the ground. They are really any part of the animal can stick out, and you might see a tiny piece of bone perhaps. It's a looks like a white object against the on dirt. And. It may only be a few centimeters wide. And when you get out, it's a three meter long animal, and in these bones, she sees species. Come and go, we have background extinctions all the time that have occurred throughout history where numerous species often go extinct, but when we see a spike in the number of species and significant spike where at least forty to fifty percent of the species are disappearing. We turn the domestic sanction and we've had about five mass extinctions in earth's history. No two are the same. But they are characterized by incredible change Jennifer both break focuses on one about two hundred and fifty million years ago called the promo triassic mass extinction, which she says holds up the best mirror for today. Gases such as suffered oxide and carbon dioxide were released into the atmosphere and these different gases and chemicals caused a change. In the atmosphere. There is acid rain. There's global warming and many plants, for example of this. And then you have a chain reaction where the animals that need to survive on these plants. Also, go extinct. After the extinction. It became extremely dry. So we go from lash seasonally, wait environment to a drought stricken environments, such as what you might find in the interior of Australia. And when it did rain attended to reign in these flash floods, so it was a very unpredictable environment. And if.

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