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"two thousand degree" Discussed on Space Nuts
"I think more than fifteen years is very well established and it was a city about three thousand six hundred years ago. The was that time ten times larger than jerusalem. Wow five times larger than jericho so this was no main place. It was a big city. A as you say it's it's known as toll not quite sure to pronounce it but toll l. Mom is probably something like it. And i think you probably need to mind. But the investigations of the archaeology that have revealed you know the structure of the city. But what is really interesting. Is this this this land in the In the archaeological You dig down like geology to the dick down and see what you find. And there's a a one. And a half. Mita larry straughter. I guess that you call it. Which is very unusual. And it's actually something the middle bronze age to stop too much to make an archaeologist but it's a long time ago three thousand six hundred years and this is daybreak in that letter which is not just the stuff that you get if if you'd had either an invasion or huge earthquake or even volcanic eruption. That is stuff like bits of pottery whose outer surfaces have been melted into glass well partially melted building material all sorts of things and one of the young one of the researchers who's been working a project james kennedy. Who's at the university of california santa barbara. He comments that we saw evidence for temperatures greater than two thousand degrees celsius. And those basically temperatures that you just don't get from either earthquakes or war or whatever. I only the only thing you would get something like that from would be a volcano or or lava bursts or a pyroclastic flow and. I imagine that wouldn't have been an issue in the world. That's right yes but in fact the temperatures that they've saying you don't experience even in a cataclysm like that not these higher even in the volcanic a volcanic remnants sorry volcanic materials although yes you do get volcanic grasping foam by high temperatures. Anyway that what they're saying is there's only one possible event that could have produced not is an airburst from a an incoming probably small asteroid and suggesting something like the tunguska event that you and i have spoken about many times before which was in one thousand nine hundred nights a an air burst of the eastern siberian region of russia that was sort of the calculations show that that was about twelve megatons in terms of its explosive power. And they're suggesting that. This one was similar but i think as well from reading between the lines. They're also suggesting the i was law down in the atmosphere a matter of you know a few kilometres rather than probably a bit more than that that tunguska explosion remember to tunguska devastated aw thousands of square kilometers of a forest near just light it to match would. That's right so i think there was one fatality. Yeah rate about. It's yeah anyway it's it's it. What is being calculated that that abbasi's is saturated the The only thing that could have produced the the phenomena. They're seen one of the other things that Professor kennedy said is i think one of the main discoveries is shocked..
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"two thousand degree" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News
"I think more than fifteen years is very well established and it was a city about three thousand six hundred years ago. The was at that time ten times larger than jerusalem. Wow wow five times larger than jericho so this was no main place. It was a big city. And as you say it's it's known as toll not quite sure to pronounce it but toll l. Her mom is probably something like it. And i think you probably need to mind. But the investigations of the archaeology that have revealed you know the structure of the city. But what is really interesting. Is this this this land in the In the archaeological You dig down like geology to the dick down and see what you find. And there's a one and a half mita larry straughter. I guess that you call it. Which is very unusual. And it's actually something the middle bronze age to stop too much to make an archaeologist but it's a long time ago three thousand six hundred years and this is daybreak in that letter which is not just the stuff that you get if if you'd had either an invasion or huge earthquake or even volcanic eruption. That is stuff like bits of pottery whose outer surfaces have been melted into glass well partially melted building material all sorts of things and one of the young one of the researchers. Who's been working a project. James kennedy who's To university of california santa barbara. He comments that we saw evidence for temperatures greater than two thousand degrees celsius. And those basically temperatures that you just don't get from either earthquakes or war or whatever. I only the only thing you would get something like that from would be a volcano or or lava bursts or a pyroclastic flow and. I imagine that wouldn't have been an issue in the world. That's right yes but in fact the temperatures that they've saying you don't experience even in a cataclysm like that not these higher even in the volcanic a volcanic remnants sorry volcanic materials although yes you do get volcanic glass being foam by high temperatures. Anyway that what they're saying is there's only one possible event that could have produced not is an airburst from a an incoming probably small asteroid and suggesting something like the tunguska event that you and i have spoken about many times before which was in one thousand nine hundred nights An air burst of the eastern siberian region of russia. That was sort of the calculations. Show that that was about twelve megatons in terms of its explosive power. And they're suggesting that. This one was similar but i think as well from reading between the lines. They're also suggesting the i was law down in the atmosphere a a matter of you know a few kilometres rather than probably a bit more than that that tunguska explosion remember to tunguska devastated aw thousands of square kilometers of a forest near just light it to match would. That's right so i think there was one fatality. Yeah rate about. It's yeah anyway it's it's it. What is being calculated that that abbasi's is saturated the The only thing that could have produced the the phenomena. They're seen one of the other things that Professor kennedy said is i think one of the main discoveries is shocked..
"two thousand degree" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"He offers his services to small farms in exchange for food and a place to stay even though he has a little mobile unit so he usually just stays on the property. He stays in his own little wagon slash home. Half of his calories. Actually come from his sheep's milk so he has three or four sheep and one was actually pregnant during the short film and she almost. I thought she was going to have a baby right there. But that didn't happen and there's a little one too. It's so endearing. Fletcher makes cheese and butter from seat. Malcolm forages for seeds fruits and vegetables and herbs. He's created a map for other four injures his region. He makes money. I'm using a site like the thing that trump's tall grass and weeds and things like that so he will do that for locals although he insists that he's not interested in making money he just hopes to serve in his example for other homeless interested in guerrilla grazing uses. The wolf from the sheep's clothes bags curtains for his little travel unit and even helps them with refrigeration system which you have to check out the video for him to explain it as a stove in a shower system made from an insecticide sprayer portable solar power system that big bread and keeps things warm and even charges the cell phone. He believes that he can help solve two problems reduction of small independent farmers and decrease homelessness so definitely check out. This video went homeless. Done group garad grazing by choice. Ever since he needs a better title for that. But i love. I love it. It's he's teaching he's doing. It's Pity of sustainability and arm and. Yeah just sounds. Really endearing super endearing and i weigh more explaining videos fast as i could when you watch it. Watch the twenty six minutes it is. He is such a cool personality so fun and of course he's very non materialistic non consumerism. He has a lot of things that he talks about. That are very important to him. And then he'll talk about the things that he has he finds funny. I know i keep telling you what bob i swear by these. It's pretty obvious. I think But yeah just as lifestyle. It's definitely again. You know this whole episode and episodes on youtube really looking and other people's perspective and living in their shoes. I'm trying to do this more. And more my life and this was definitely one that stuck out to me big time. Yeah it's super interesting and it starts off right off the bat. He's from talent oregon. So i think he travels in oregon. Of course. that's where we're from and that just immediately gives a stronger connection right when someone's from your home state. Yes super cool. Super interesting showers every day. You know again. Stereotypes on people that are homeless. Maybe they don't wanna job. He does mentally want to be homeless so there is a difference between that. I actually had a conversation with one of my friends. And we're citing. How many people that are. Homeless homeless people are not. This is definitely someone that wants to be homeless but super polite. You know does it. He has little little buckets around sheep so they poop into the bucket. So he's like you know we can't leave poop around the take off my neighbors and friends and he always gets permission. Super cool definitely. Check out the video. Yeah yeah thank you so much. You welcome nice all right michael sheet. I'm going to be talking about technology and art and this is a pigment called inman blue. And i am wearing this shirt in honor of ian men blue. We'll talk about that later. But i want to say everything i can about this pigment in these two minutes inman blue is an amazing gorgeous pigment that was discovered in the lattes of professor ma submarine at oregon state university in two thousand nine. It's discovery was very serendipitous and is a great example of luck. Favoring the prepared graduate student andrew smith who was working with masa was exploring the electronic properties of manganese oxide by heating it to approximately twelve hundred degrees celsius and that is two thousand degrees fahrenheit but instead of a new high efficiency electronic material that they were trying to get what he saw when he opened the furnace was instead. This brilliant blue solid compound. This was shocking because blue pigments that are stable at high temperatures are extremely rare blue pigments dating back to ancient times have been notoriously unstable they fade easily or they're toxic as i mentioned in episode one nine thousand five talking about different blue but seeing that this blue pigment emerged from a high temperature furnace professor submarine new immediately that this was a research breakthrough and he knew it was a discovery with strong commercial potential the callum the chemical elements. I want to say a few words about pets. That make up yimin blue are year. Trim indium manganese and oxygen. And if you put together the elemental symbols of the first three of those elements. Why i n m n that spells e. inman which is where this pigment gets. Its name the intense. Blue color comes from the electrons. Moving around and maggie's ion that interacts with the light that's coming in and the intensity of the color can be tuned by adjusting the ratio between india and the manganese artistically speaking the hughes of blue are so beautiful but more interesting or or maybe equally as interesting with this new technology is that it reflects light and so it could be used on buildings to have what's called the cool pigment so instead of the sun hitting it and warming up the building it keeps it cool so much more can be done and so much more can be said about inman blue short short. Yes i'm so glad. I can't believe we haven't talked about this yet. I'm so glad that we did yes. They fired mine in my bedroom..
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"two thousand degree" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Stairs in the woods. No win we. We were here recently with mountains so And they had the rim potter and we had some pretty good hits here How does the rim pop response. Y'all did you get any full lights or was it. just did he go green crazy. You do like it was just all the lights and then ask stopping. It would stop and then would answer the question and it was just all about. I mean it was just go crazy. You sit in the bathroom upstairs and it would stop for a little while and then it would just start back up just like all the lights. Go off wow all of them and it would screen The now meter or yeah. The no media i temperature fluctuation morse code. I've had my mind. The temperature will luxury over two thousand degrees. Yeah it was. The tone of it is a down at the ranch. Done that allowed. I don't know morse code or something learns you learn that that'll translate it. The next time it doesn't i'll pull that app I've had morse code. And i'm like that's crazy. It should do that. It shouldn't do that but that's now are you. Are you finding that it's residual intelligent that you think you're encountered doing yes. Well that's the question. Because i don't know morse code so i wouldn't know it would. It would be interesting to run an after the actual morse code or random graham generation. Yeah relation let's go back to leave you know then you one know. There's no no that's that's all. That's all radio and telecommunications that's a great question because maybe our soldiers should knew morse code for old school. Because i know we have something happened with technology they shared. Go and now my mos guys. I think of the army but that's a good question..
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"two thousand degree" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"My good friend. Sports illustrated senior writer. Chris herring roe. Han is traveling today and we'll be back later in the week to answer for his many sins from our last show some of which will be discussed on today's episode But until then. Chris how was your weekend man. All right man how was yours. It was wonderful. I just got back from a brief All-too-brief vacation little mini vacation in the south of france. I highly recommend everyone going I actually was hit up by a few of our open floor. Globe listeners who are in france Who had some very nice things to say to me and welcome me into their nation with open arms. So that was wonderful Yes the. I enjoy the mediterranean sea. It turns out. It's it's very nice. You had a nice tan gone which made me extremely jealous. I do love chicago this time of year. Anybody that knows me knows i love. I'm not a big chicago. Summer guy. But i think chicago like right in that fall like almost fall weather. We're in the seventies every day and it's not too hot. Not too humid is beautiful. But the i'm ready to go somewhere and i was quite jealous of we had to do is call last week for top one hundred and i was like oh damn michaels got a nice tent. Gone and while i'm not normally looking to travel to go get a tan anywhere necessarily i. I would not mind Getting out of this country It's been too long since. I've been out of this country so i would not mind doing that so i was jealous. I recommend it. I must say So chris we have a lot to get to today's show but before we do ronan i We just want to thank everyone in the open floor globe for emailing us. Some truly stupendous questions over the past few days Please keep them coming to open floor. Mail at gmail.com. That's open floor. Mail at gmail.com chris. We are going to kick things off today by opening up the mail bag again. very exciting. We have a few reactions to the two thousand degree debates row. On and i had last week regarding a hypothetical one on one tournament super important topic and our listeners. Clearly agreed so. I'm just going to read a few of the main reactions that poured in and then ask you here to kind of weigh in with your thoughts. Does that sound. Yes stewart cool. So are i. E mail is from thomas who writes i respect respect. The boldness of your cagey take. But it is ridiculous. I'm not going to pretend. I haven't encyclopedic knowledge of retired. nba players. But i know enough to know that cagey would not be in the top five. My top five would probably be michael jordan key malaysian shack. Kareem abdul-jabbar and timmy dunkin..
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"two thousand degree" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"You forward goodyear more driven dan. Let's let's do hot news or not news. Ravens lose marcus peters and gus edwards season ending. Acl injuries hot news or not as hot news man. They're almost running. Back is the team that wants to run the ball more than any other team in the league and they're down to their third or fourth string running back. I mean this is. It's tough running. Backs can be found. They can get guys. There's guys out there. They can still sign latavius. Murray's out there you guys are talking about mark ingram. They've already got levian. Bill and devante freeman but none of those guys are part of their program and none of those guys were guys they were counting on and if they like those guys better than the guys who got hurt they would have already been on the team. They have a problem yet. Dan is super hot right. It's spot a thousand degrees up in baltimore right now. They need running backs to help. Lamar jackson out much like you said they don't have anybody they just don't they want to run the football. That is what the foundation of the baltimore ravens. That's what they are. They weren't on the football down your throat and they play solid defense. They lose the top dude on defense in the secondary and marcus. Peters he is he's accounting for thirty one interceptions over the last five seasons. I think that is like highest in the nfl in that timespan so this is extremely hot dan. Do you agree with me or the browns by far the best team in. Afc north the browns are the best team in the afc north. But i don't know about by far because max's point is just making about track record with the steelers and ravens is not to be overlooked. Mike tomlin never had a losing season. John harbaugh's only had one. These are guys that can figure out their problems. Brown look great. But they've proven a lot less than those other two teams hot news or not news. Tj wada grease that four year twelve million dollar extension. Take that il. I took hold that hold that so hot news or not one hundred twelve million dollars extension for years for tj. What hot news. I mean this is one of the best players in the whole league on either side of the ball. So it's important that they got this done he was. He was very cautious about this contract. He did not participate in camp practices. Didn't wanna put himself at risk but you know he was back there this week and obviously he thought things were going well and this is. This is the kind of deal that that makes him. Happy tells the other guys on the team. We're gonna we're gonna make our guys happy and you know if you look at the structure this deal. He got one over on the steelers. The steelers don't guarantee money in contracts beyond here one in this one. They did and the only guy on the team. They've ever done that for before. Has been rothlisberger. See is not news to me. Maybe news to newsmakers into fan base. It's not news the guy's gonna play. He was going to play this year and they were going to eventually give him his money at some point in time whenever you have the defense coordinator and dan correct me. If i'm wrong. You never hear sissy coaches talk about contracts in the public especially in the pittsburg steelers organization so the moment that they talked about his contract and his holdout. I knew i'm like oh pittsburgh going. Give him the money for sure. Not news and again whatever he wants news knows i mean this is why i gave up money right for them to sign guys like tj excited. Keyshawn j. max is presented by progressive insurance playing hot news or not news with dan. Graziano michelle to foia reported the dak prescott will have an mri every two weeks to keep an eye on his shoulder. Hot news or not news news. They're sticking with what worked right like they did this during the during training camp they told us it was routine. It was just to assess where things were with the shoulder. Everything that they told us in training camp looked last night like it was true so i think we can keep a taking the cowboys at their word on this and they're going to manage this issue in a way that makes sure that it doesn't get it doesn't get worse. Yes it's not news to me. I believe in their medical staff in dallas plate there jim our to hit trainer along with gregg and those guys over there dr into net whole staff. I'm just like okay that's fine. I know you're telling the truth because think about this. There's not in j you notice being the nba. There's not a lot of players around leagues that go to other teams entrust their doctors. The dallas cowboys. Dan as you know or one of those teams that people actually fly in to meet with their medical staff. It's like the phoenix suns. People fly to phoenix. Get their opinion on different things not news. I'm with you guys. yes not news. They're doing they're keeping an eye on this all so you do it. Maybe it'd be news if they just didn't look wouldn't be news but it should be if they didn't look at it now you're negligence good nugget from michelle but not not shocking or anything. That's right. that was better than just said about. The dow medical staff is more news than them checking on them every two weeks hot news or not news. How about this one. Dan dak prescott week one performance. Ms hot news like this. We talked about this all summer. What's he gonna be like. Is he going to be okay. Coming off the ankle is the shoulder going to be okay. He threw for four hundred yards. And yeah they lost the game but what was not to like about dak prescott performance last night. I don't go to throw the ball that much tampa bay's got a monster run defense. And obviously they went in with a plan that the only way to try and beat them wants to throw it but the fact that he was able to do it at the level he did is very for the cowboys. This is one of those other hot news. Two hundred degrees right because a two thousand degrees because much like dance it. We all wanted to see what he was. We heard he was doing well. He said he was doing well. He looked wealth. Throwing the ball on certain video clips. But until you get those live bullets flying you gotta duck and dodge in run and slide and do some of the things that he was capable of doing. Last night we had no idea so it certainly encouraging in his hot news. And i'll remind you guys and i'll say it again tampa bay's going to see dallas at the end of the year. You watch what. I tell you my white. My white dr jacket. On last night. I was all in the video about ankle housing moving. Is he planning right. I mean everything looked good. I mean for me. There was no drop off actually seems like dad got better than where he was last year before he got hurt. Yeah i'll say hot news. But not because like i expected to be deck. Right if anything. That's that was like the best version of him. That's the most you could hope for. I think that's the best i thought. I think you can still get a lot better if he can get better than that. That's saying something because he played really really really well really well and had interception an interception was not on him ball. Catch him out hot news or not new. Steve spagnuola says tyron matthew status is up in the air sunday after his positive test for cove nineteen. So it's hot news on a couple levels right. The first of all not having tower in matthew against the browns of brown's offense that we think is going to be pretty hard to stop. It could be a big deal for the chiefs in a game that you know if both teams are really good could matter in terms of where teams are seeded in the playoffs etcetera etcetera. But the other thing is this. Covert situation is going to hover over the league all year tire matthew as far as we vaccinated player which means he could return after two negative tests with twenty four hours in between but that also assumes he's symptomatic it also assumes the doctors okay clearing him this is these are issues that are going to continue to come up and this is a prominent example of one right here in week one that could affect the chiefs chances to win this game. Yeah it's it's hot news because the honey badger is the leader of the secondary..
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"two thousand degree" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"Last march. When we first reported on this story and unprecedented swarm of more than thirty thousand earthquakes shook a corner of southwest iceland and rattled houses in the capital reykjavik twenty miles away. Some tremors lasted only a few seconds others punched in at five point four on the richter scale. Icelanders are used to earthquakes. The whole island is a volcanic hotspot but this shook even the most stoic among them then on march nineteenth walking reported. The world's newest volcano had burst open unleashing a spectacular fountain of love from a tear in the earth's crust. It's called. I'm only going to say this once. Gelding dollar so far. The lava hasn't stopped gushing and neither could we after seeing it from as close as we dared. This is two thousand degrees. Fahrenheit looks like incandescent chunks of molten rock some as big as cars explo- two hundred feet in the air hurled upwards by some of the most elemental forces on the planet at every new cascade of lava the earth rumbles like thunder from an alien world. We watched as lava poured out of the crater changing. Iceland's map forever. It's incredible feel. The heat is over two thousand degrees fahrenheit and a five hundred seat we can still feel as and if you go to close. He can burn skin. We had come to see earth's newest real estate with four thordarson. One of iceland's top vulcanologist. Even he seemed a little starstruck at nature's fireworks not been looking at this for almost four decades. And i still get less when. I see you get mesmerized. I sit there. I can watch it day in day out many eruptions in the world where you can get this clue in march burst into the open in a lonely valley. Once an ancient viking burial ground getting their felt like we'd step back in time. Prehistoric rocks littered the fields as our giant four-by-fours raced along a dirt track. Finding the baron hills is a good show all right god. Spectacular at the top sort arson grabbed his gas mask in case the volcano belched out dangerous sulfur dioxide gas awesome. We followed carrying emergency oxygen. It wasn't long before we were on hands and knees searching for volcanic glass in we have vehicle tuffah thrown out the vent his pieces here. Yes you see you see them in here and the name here. After the goddess of kelly feeling yes came about this way from chunks. The size of a car two little pieces that look like a stranded in all of that coming out of the broken. Yes absolutely the love applies have been spectacular from start but the founding today was was just out of the top chore. Just ten out of ten if there's one person who's on close terms with volcano goddess palay. It's bruce houghton. Hawaii state vulcanologist. He and thordarson have chased lava all over the world so when iceland blue houghton wasn't going to let it pass it goes quiz you can. Many eruptions are over with a day or siah forehead inkling from way back that this was going to be a long one so you got up and flew in from hawaii. I waited i waited. I believed him. But i waited until i was sitting that it had a long life ahead of it. I think it is a beginning of a new eruption period. A new eruption period is and. I think we're gonna see many more options in the peninsula over the next say two hundred and four hundred years that prospect has scientists scrambling to get here the slow steady lava flow fueling speculation of a new seismic era. Most russians like the one in twenty ten at shutdown european air travel. Pack an explosive punch. This one is a dream it means. Scientists can collect a treasure trove of data and home in on the holy grail of vulcanology how to predict and eruption. The worst thing you can do. Ironically in volcanic eruption is to tell the population this going to be an eruption sometime in the next three years and then walk away and leave them with that. But it's it's trying to get to the point where you can offer a few days to a few weeks warning and that's something so thought we don't do that very well. Is this helping. You hit that sweet spot. We hope it will but at the moment we're just gathering the role material. It's not like the motza spring tablets often mountain. It's it's something that takes a long time to to address all of the different lines of evidence. Eventually we will take is the size of vulcanologists to able to predict that also in four constructions it took meteorology over two hundred years to come up with these weather focused. So we've only been here for one hundred years maybe except for the record. One of the next generation of scientists trying to unlock the earth. Secrets is texas. Trains geochemists ed marshall. So this is all still being pushed out. Yes exactly a self-described laborat- he couldn't believe his luck to be working at the university of iceland when the eruption happened now he dresses for the office in a heat protective suit digging past the cooled rock at the edge of the lava field. Marshall scoops up the smoldering lava. And douse it. In water.
"two thousand degree" Discussed on Plant Strong
"Because obviously if there's smoke and stuff around so i had a time or two that i definitely experienced some of that. Yeah i bet yeah. I can't imagine you know some of the experiences that you have had and how some of those must have been well. The the front was frightening. Was i opened up my first book. The engine to diet with with this really crazy Fire that we made where the person in the apartment died. Two firefighters got insanely badly burned. I was helping throw one of them or get him out of a second story window and lowering him down to the ground and then dropping him but damn there was a flash over where everything in the room gets two thousand degrees and it just basically light ignites. And that's what happened. There was a flash over. There was a firefighter in the room at the time and the participants or i should say the homeowner And then one of the firefighters went into save the firefighter and then i helped drag them to the window sill and then kind of basically throw them to the ground it was it was really really awful awful That's terrible yeah. Did you get burned. i got some. I got some burns. Yeah that actually you mentioned nomex went right through my nomex hood. Burn my ears and my neck One of the firefighters was in there ad..
Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"two thousand degree" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"The ba- i mean it's a good line so i sorry through Like to continue on this tangent. I i absolutely love the southwest for this reason just During the pandemic drove from la to new mexico a bunch of times that madness the weather yet the the the chaos of whether the fact that you know it'll be blazing hot one minute and then it's just like will decide to have a little thunderstorm. Maybe will decide to go back momentarily. Two thousand degrees and then go back to the thunderstorm. It's amazing it's it's that by the way is chaos theory in action right But let's get back to talking about the desert so in the desert Tumbleweeds have a tendency to roll because the wind rolls them. And if you're careful you'll occasionally see this family of tumbleweeds where like there's like a big one and then a bunch of little ones that that kind of hide in its wake right and our old rolling together and almost look like a family of ducks crossing street or something Or for example. You know if you watched toward franz right. You've got a whole bunch of cyclists and they're like cycling within ten centimeters of each other. They're not bff's right. They're not yeah trying to write together. They are writing together to minimize the collective You know air resistance if you will that That they experienced turns out solids in the protoplanetary disk. Do just this There's an instability wherein solid particles but things that are a centimeter across will start to hide behind one another and form these clouds. Why because cumulatively that minimizes the solid component of the disc air dynamic interaction with the guests now zeke's clouds because they're kind of a favorable energetic condition for the dust to live in they grow grow grow grow grow until they become so massive that they collapse under their own weight. That's how the first building blocks of planets form. That's how the big asteroids got their incredible. So that is that simulated or is not useful to simulate. No no that's And people do these types of calculations. It's it's really cool. That's actually that's one of the many fields of planet formation theory. That is really really active right now. People are trying to understand all kinds of aspects of that process because of course. I've explained that you know like as if there's one thing that happens turns out it's a. It's a beautifully rich Dynamic but the but qualitatively formation of the first building blocks actually follows the same sequence as formation of stars. Right stars are just clouds of gas. Hydrogen helium gas that sit in space and slowly. Cool an some point. They.
Lex Fridman Podcast
"two thousand degree" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"It was raining and got freezing cold quota. Hell's the i still like. Just sit there. Listening to bruce springsteen i remember and just thinking probably going to die and i was okay with it. Because bruce springsteen was on the radio look when you've got the boss you know you're ready you're ready to meet the ba- i mean it's a good line so i sorry through Like to continue on this tangent. I i absolutely love the southwest for this reason just During the pandemic drove from la to new mexico a bunch of times that madness the weather yet the the the chaos of whether the fact that you know it'll be blazing hot one minute and then just like will decide to have a little thunderstorm. Maybe will decide to go back momentarily. Two thousand degrees and then go back to the thunderstorm. It's amazing it's it's that by the way is chaos theory in action right But let's get back to talking about the desert so in the desert Tumbleweeds have a tendency to roll because the wind rolls them. And if you're careful you'll occasionally see this family of tumbleweeds where like there's like a big one and then a bunch of little ones that that kind of hide in its wake right and our old rolling together and almost look like a family of ducks crossing street or something Or for example. You know if you watched toward franz right. You've got a whole bunch of cyclists and they're like cycling within ten centimeters of each other. They're not bff's right. They're not yeah trying to write together. They are writing together to minimize the collective You know air resistance if you will that That they experienced turns out solids in the protoplanetary disk. Do just this There's an instability wherein solid particles but things that are a centimeter across will start to hide behind one another and form these clouds. Why because cumulatively that minimizes the solid component of the disc. Aerodynamic interaction with the guests now zeke's clouds because they're kind of a favorable energetic condition for the dust to live in they grow grow grow grow grow until they become so massive that they collapse under their own weight. That's how the first building blocks of planets for that's how the big asteroids got their incredible. So that is that simulated or is not useful to simulate. No no that's And people do these types of calculations. It's it's really cool. That's actually that's one of the many fields of planet formation theory. That is really really active right now. People are trying to understand all kinds of aspects of that process because of course. I've explained that you know like as if there's one thing that happens turns out it's a. It's a beautifully rich Dynamic but the but qualitatively formation of the first building blocks actually follows the same sequence as formation of stars. Right stars are just clouds of gas. Hydrogen helium gas that sit in space and slowly. Cool an some point. They.
Defenders Of The Night
"two thousand degree" Discussed on Defenders Of The Night
"Fours why didn't anyone throw a punt and overrun kenobi. Just floats after them. Why is no one using their feet like regular people don't know nobody's just running willy bounce back to the castle and they're working on melting down that iron and molding it into something. Yeah you think that it would have taken longer. Melting down huge chains made of iron. But it really didn't. I like. I would've figured like a couple hours but now now on you've only got twenty two minutes really just got to push that shit forward. Yeah well liz tim. Tom wants to make a sword but he's outvoted people like we're not having this argument again. Shut up and keep working liz. I watched the episode. So i know what they made but at this point they say that lady cherish gave them a clue that you giggle every time he say because lady titty it falls out of your mouth was the clue i mean i know now but at this point like it could have been anything who ferry speak cryptically so hind sorta figured it was. What the clue was. Yeah but i had no idea what that meant. It would have been great if she spoke cryptically throughout they were like way guy. Your clue we picked up on it and the end. She responded with a no no. That's not the right thing. You've made the wrong thing. What were you thinking that we don't get to know what they're making. It's just a shapeless blob right now. We bounced back to the sky. Hang ober run. Kenobi is on a low speed chase through the skies after our gargoyles powell's and gave realizes that he's hurting them towards the mountains. What they failed to say out loud here at first it's not a mountain. It's a huge fucking volcano. That looks like it's about to erupt at any minute. Yeah that was one fucking volcano. It was the biggest volcano on the planet. Which as an aside if avalon contains or looks like is mostly the biggest fucking volcano on the planet. How do geologists not know about. Where are the vulcanologists. Could see this fucking volcano from the moon. It was so bad. And yet. I i i've ever seen it and just a quick question more directly related if you know what king baronne ron kenobi is doing. Don't go to. They're looking no. We're in three dimensional space. Where do you expect us to go is. There's only one option into the volcano and when they get to the volcano dive down to be a foot above the law. Did you know that lava temperatures can range from twelve hundred and fifty to two thousand degrees fahrenheit. Now i'm not a scientologist but that's like really hot. Yeah super duper hot. I think is a technical. I would assume that guardrails can handle heat better than a human. That's the only way this can make sense. But like why did they decide to go down closer to the lava like why didn't they go around the volcano or they are desperate to fucking die a fiery death. Yeah which gave almost does because he gets shot by one of ober. Ron magical fisting. Luckily he's in probably caught by goliath. They just keep on. Yeah i like how he catches him and then like tossing some in the air so he relied. It's almost like maybe they shouldn't have flown inside of an active volcano. Yeah you know. I'm not a master strategist but literally any other direction guys. Especially because over on kenobi can apparently make shapes in love with his baby magic. Liz what did two tenures spell on him do. He's still seems to have all kinds of abilities. Yeah imagine how it'd be if he had his full range faulk right like they would be dead within a second so the spell is what are we so he makes love a hands up here. The grabby grabby at the gargoyles worst hand job ever yup. Yeah i guess this is the end for our dumber gargoyles in the group. Let it be known that. I said that flying into an active volcano is always a bad choice. Someone's gonna get to take a break interest in the year. Twenty one hundred. Zero cybernetic enhanced. Population threatened to tear down everything. America held dear free speech drive-thru liquor stores and guns so many guns. After much deliberation it was decided that if america and superior values what to survive the coming robot lives. There was only one option. Get the fuck up the next hundred years. So the construction of space. Merica the galaxy's newest brightest star if you value adventure good times and cyborg this fights find your place in space. Merica space merica. No cyborgs nita by subscribed to space america on apple podcasts google podcasts stitcher or checkout calamity cast dot com below. Everybody it's me. Daniel hanging out in an active volcano. I'm here with my friend. Liz and a sorry to say that the gargoyles they all died they melted. Their skin literally melted off their bodies. In what else would happen. In a hot hot volcano. Two thousand degrees. That lava was roy. Lynn and boiling and bourboule and gurgling and giving hand jobs. Apparently yeah hot hand jobs. Not in a good way siree just melted junk runoff. Okay all hand jobs the side. Everyone calmed down. They survive and they just keep flying. They fly right between those lava hands man in between the love hands into two of a love of china. How boy this is so stupid and insane okay. So they tempting fate. They're flying between the slow clapping. Lava han while the hands miss them and then they pull up right and they escaped the lava pit of doom. That's the logical thing to do. Yeah to leave the death trap. You'd think but instead they're like oh look at that lawful cave a fiery vagina over there. Let's go in there. We'll be nice and warm and cozy. It is one of the most comfortable places on the planet is a fiery lava caretaker. So i'm glad you brought that up. Liz jia think that design was intentional. Yes did you see what those walls looked like it was. I sent you the screen. Screenshot listeners looked like a vagina picture. Georgia o'keefe china painting. It was that but fire eager. Redheads crotch yeah. Yeah definitely a fire crotch yes it. Was you know what a joke is. Always better when you explain it. Thank you liz. You can tag teaming with me. So they are flying deep into this lava hall like they actually know where they're going right games favourite secret hideout something they come to a thing. I've never ever seen before alava fall. You know like a waterfall but with lava but also water. Yeah so goliath nose to just dive straight down. Even though all he can see is like smoke and steam and the logic here makes no sense. Yeah and even though this magical island is presumably created by kinko baron kenobi. He doesn't know it's totally one hundred percent find to keep diving so he stops and he hovers safely above the cloud to Shout.
NPR Politics Podcast
"two thousand degree" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Hi my name is rotund from pittsburgh. Pennsylvania our local maker spaces reopened and after almost a year of watching blacksmith and videos online. I'm about to pull a two thousand degree piece of metal out of the forge for the first time. This podcast was recorded at two o seven. Pm eastern time on tuesday. June twenty second things may have changed by the time you hear this and hopefully this old car part will be a brand new knife joy. the show. Some great sounder ambi. That's radio quality nbc. Hey there it's the npr politics podcast. I must college. I cover the white house. I'm susan davis i cover congress and i'm mara liasson. National political correspondent democrats have been pushing this sweeping voting rights bill to overhaul elections and it's all but guaranteed to fall apart in the senate. Today the bill would create new federal mandates to make it easier vote toughen campaign finance disclosure laws and enact news ethics requirements on every branch of government. So soon mara. This bill is essentially a wishlist for democrats republicans. Were never going to support it especially not when gop led states have been trying to instate more restrictive voting measures but all this does show how far apart the two parties are on voting rights issues. It does and i think it shows that the parties have been far apart for some time. I think it's important to remember that. This legislation did not come about after the twenty twenty election. This is something that democrats hair ties back. In two thousand nineteen and a lot of it was born out of a response to the trump administration and the abuses of power. The democrats saw happening there so from the beginning. This was never really intended to be a bipartisan effort. As you said it was a democratic wishlist of all the ways they would not just remake but remake government and a lot of ways and so there was never really this idea that this was going to be some kind of big legislative effort that republicans could buy in on but democrats in the house and senate have given it that designation hr one s one usually parties do this for their biggest statement. Bills and democrats with this legislation are saying. This is a top priority for our party even if it doesn't really stand a chance of becoming law anytime soon except since the two thousand twenty election doing something about ballot access has become an existential project for democrats and restricting access to the polls has become an existential project for republicans especially in battleground states. So it's actually something that was originally a messaging. Bill has become the vehicle for this life or death battled from both parties point of view About the future of their parties and possibly the future of democracy. So it's become a really big thing and you know the particular bill that we're talking about. It really has no chances of going anywhere. But there is this separate sort of compromise. Bill being proposed by west. Virginia senator joe manchin and it was even endorsed by former president barack obama but i should probably put compromising quotes because i think any republican senator has shown a willingness to jump on board with it intramural compromise with democrats. Because i you gotta get all the democrats within the democratic party exactly exactly so so what is in that bill. And is it possible that the democrats in congress might be able to pass that separate idea even if it is slightly more narrow. You mentioned made a lot of news. I think it was last week or the week before when he came out and said he would not support advancing this legislation on a partisan basis. His argument is essentially that one. One party changes election rolls. It undermines overall confidence in the integrity of that election. But he's not really opposed to a lot of the substance in the bill. What he has put forward sort of his own wishlist of how he would modify or change this legislation with the goal of trying to bring some republicans on board so in his proposal includes things like national voter. Id laws something that has always been very controversial heavily supported historically by republicans. Who say it's important to election integrity. Democrats have traditionally been more hesitant about voter. Id laws because they think it. Disproportionately makes it harder for poor people and people of color to vote and that was a bit of an olive branch by mansion on his part. As you said there isn't a lot of republican interest in engaging in this legislation. I think it's really important to understand that. Senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell is the humanly opposed to this bill. He has already promised that. No republican will support it. It is all an obstacle when the policy is flawed and.
RISE Together Podcast
"two thousand degree" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast
"I can't get over four just that but for the most part they've been so good and they deal there as i went through a divorce a really long time ago and i think there are still some things that my kids deal with as a result. But they're gonna be dealing with things whether it was still married as a result of the marriage or they've you know results of divorce. They're going to deal with something and she'll just open communication as you go along has been so big. I am so glad that the connection between our kids so far has been really great. We have relocated kids. Yeah to two thousand degrees outside. I had a surprising amount of anxiety about well a lot of things in this. Let's be clear but The like how the kids would react to meeting you. How the kids would react to meeting the other kids like that. There was a lot of anxiety on that. Because my goodness like that in and of itself would be a thing like if if they have they had. Let's put it this way. I think the kids the younger kids in particular had some concern of like what if she's not nice which is like there's so many tropes in disney channel movies or and the world's yeah but but will step mom and so there was this worry like well. What if she's not nice. And i was like guys. I wouldn't spend time with with a person for a single day if they weren't going to be kind to you and love on you and be a decent you whatever else and there's something even just in like having the kids come together. I'm like oh my goodness. I hope that they can connect and when they've been altogether it's actually i mean like i hate to say it for us. It's like they entertain each other so well they are so when they are altogether that it's just like oh my goodness this this this little workout. Okay this is gonna work out okay. Yeah they all had like all eight of them have such different personalities. Like so drastically different that i think both of us were a little bit concerned. Like how how are they gonna jive cash and about. Maybe it's their differences has them fitting well together and space when space needed and coming together when connections craved or whatever it is so it's it's it's awesome. It's awesome all right targeting question date night me in our movie night out living who. Gosh they're balls. Good see my gut was moving. I because that's what we've been doing but we've gone to a couple of movies and it's so diet coke and popcorn was hot smalley. Oh but like. If i if i could do almost like if you like oh you can do anything. Like hey. It's your birthday. What do you want to do today. Going to one of those like recliner need theater replaces bring little food. Let's have some popcorn and diko. Like oh i'm here for it. That is one of my favorite things for sure. Well and what's funny is. I don't think we'd ever even talked about that until ten months in. Because we're like. I don't have been closed and then we're like wait. I i love the movies. You love the like usually a first date type thing but i do love to..
The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"two thousand degree" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
"Equate part of the equation to be optimized throughout the entire season. That's really the name of the game optimizing photosynthesis you're minimizing disturbance. You're growing shoots not roots and You know it's not to say that above ground growth doesn't matter it totally does and i chop drop. I chop and dropped my cover crop. But the only reason i did that was because i needed to to to repeat it and oftentimes chopping shoots will stimulate root growth. So yeah yeah anyway. That's kind of the that's kind of software update when it comes to building organic matter. The long-term now. I'll add one more thing. Which is you can apply a bunch of compost or a bunch of manure bunch of straw mulch or whatever take soil tests and see your organic matter. Go shooting up. And that's because they're just doing a test called loss on ignition where they they essentially burn all the burn the soil. I two thousand degrees or something crazy and and then just measure the amount of co two. That's that's lost or combusted. And so you're just that organic matter number. You may have a lot of carbon in the system but it's not truly organic matter. A chunk of wood is not the same as organic matter but on soil test. It's gonna show the same so you can. I see this all the time. Like you know fifty percent organic matter in this amazing garden. It's like that's probably just compost from the last five years and and if again if you'd let it sit for fifteen years at number would just go drop down as those microbes Consume the compost. And i am so glad. You brought up glomming because that's something as a biologist. Something i always have fun. Teaching people about usually are unaware of it but People may have heard of it as soil glue as well. It's often referred to as soil glued because it. Yeah it it's it's Produced by muscular mica rizal. Fungi and The guam lynn helps keep us soil. Constituents together helps prevent erosion in all sorts of other things. I i wrote a children's book called a toadstools treasures to introduce kids to my college and one of the things in the book is the kids go underground and they they see this fungus on these routes that's exuding stuff and they learned that's globulin but i'm stoked that you brought that up but now that that that makes perfect sense Roots not shoots. And i guess shop drop could serve other functions like you're mentioning you know stimulating root growth. Or maybe if you're wanting to cover the soil to prevent that sort of thing you could get that utility out trying to chop drop solely to build you know organic matter that that's not the that shouldn't be the focus that you've got to think about the route so that makes perfect perfect sense and that does harmonize with You know it's all coming back to me now. All these things. I learned like over ten years ago. But that's a great point that chopping drop is i is is amazing weed suppression for moisture retention for keeping sought armor on the soil. All those things will indirectly lead to the mechanisms which solar ganic matter. So it's not to say don't do it. It's to say it's this. Just do it for the right reasons. And that's the one takeaway is context. Context is everything in farming. And so just as. There's no nutrient recipes that work across the board. It's the same thing with practices. Timing in everything it's like. It's impossible to there's no one-size-fits-all solution. Because the context of every farm is different. They availability of compost or manure their fertility budget. Their crop tight their soil type their climate..
"two thousand degree" Discussed on M&A Science
"It's deng i- analogize it to a board meeting your company. I don't really ever want to go into a board meeting. And masai pretty much already know what the outcome is going to be. You pretty much said had this discussion and when you do do. It is a good level of sin if there is a concern. It's usually something around the details. Otherwise why bother. All you've done is spent a lot because you know writing these documents. Tate's nine getting approval takes time. You might as well make sure you're on the same gauge before you go down there and process last question i had was. What's the craziest thing you've seen an i'm talking about stacy's pita chips a lot today but is the craziest thing between the sign. In close of stacy's deal. I got a call early sunday morning. Like to an from stacy's brother said don't care and i'm like it's two morning though like you need to get up here. We have problem. The only factory that produces stacy's chips had a catastrophic fire and burn literally to the ground. It looked like one of those laser guided munitions headed because One of the pita chips came out on fire from an oven and was going down a spiral cooling rack and the belt on fire and the belts flammable. And it was. I think two thousand degrees at the hottest point in the center. Later that sunday i had a call from the very famous. Ceo of seacoast me. If we could get out of the deal. And i said well we could. But i'm not sure we should. David assured me that he'd have a thing up and running within two weeks. And i said it's cool off within two weeks two weeks later. He sent me a picture with today's newspaper and pita chips. Running down big did a u-turn built a shed and got it up and running again and close the deal and it turned out to be a great deal for the company. I guess the moral of the story is. There's no such thing as total catastrophe or trying to be the cool head in the equation. If your efforts wow every deal has its inches. That's great. i thought about this. he's on. I tried to come up with one. That was focused on relationship building aspect and was embarrassing to me which i always think is the best way that and these things. I was looking at a company that is really interested in and we've been building a relationship with them for a while and we sort of had that dance where they knew we were potential fire. But we're talking back we partner together. We license their data. They were in a really small town in the middle of ohio. They said well. We really want you to come down and meet the management. They were the largest employer in this town right. It was a real hound company s again. I'm glad to an. I've been building the relationship because it was going to be a totally new business line for us so that was no. Gm on was the strategy lead. I drove down there in the important thing to know is that i just had an. This is now good personal information. I just had a crowned but in to one of my front teeth. Ordinance the front t. I drove all the way to this very small town. I got to my room at the hotel in the town. Giant gift basket with all these things that are produced in the town including the caramel pretzels. I sat down to have a lovely local chernow pretzel at about seven pm the day before. I was going to do this whole day meeting with them. Took a nice big by the colonel pretzel and one of my friend. T came out. So i just had big old gap right in the front of my face the dentist so i could find. It's like a sunday night. So i went to a cvs. And i've found debris dentures like looking around for the right thing. I got the to sort of stay in my head in the next day.
"two thousand degree" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"You can be pretty sure that you know you're looking at In the in the visible light. If you can see so you have a one of these obscure things like a quasar in the visible light if there's a lot of very very blue light corresponding to the hot sort of hundred thousand degree emission from the disk material right around the black hole that looks a lot different than stars because stars You know the hottest stars can get our several times less Less net so you have or at least a few times less than that so you have that particular kind of temperature signature tells you something in visible light you can also see talked about the Gas it being a fluorescent lamp turns out this really hot disc produces a different set of emission lines of different Different elements in the gas. Actually fluorescence differently depending on whether they are lit up by a black hole this very hot disc of material around a black hole or by stars. And so that's that's another way of telling the difference And then the one the we've been using is in the infrared has to do with again temperature and it's the temperature of the dust so typically Stars form inside of dusty clouds in the heat up that dust to particular temperature and that radiates but also there's this dusty material in this tourists in this other stuff around the black hole in active galactic nucleus and that's getting blasted by this radiation from right around the black hole and that it's up to a higher temperature thousands of degrees as opposed to Tens or hundreds of degrees And so once you get two thousand degrees again. The the sort of typical shape of the colors in infrared look different and we have we therefore have ways of trying to look at those colors in a piece things apart but the real trick comes when you try to model the whole thing all once you date from xrays you today from the optical and infrared and you try to kind of make a coherent picture of the whole spectrum as it.
Company creates climate-friendlier bricks
"One major causes carbon pollution is all around you building materials including bricks. Traditional. Clay bricks are made by firing their heated to about two thousand degrees Fahrenheit which takes a lot of energy. But can attack. A Scottish startup has developed an alternative called bricks. They're made of ninety percent recycled construction and demolition waste, and they do not need firing so manufacturing a K. brick only produces one tenth the carbon pollution of a traditional brick. Chief Scientific Officer Gabriella Madero says that cakes are durable offer, good insulation and could be made in many different colors. Architects and designers they get really excited because they can be adopting a building material that is sustainable is as durable as what they're used to using, but they can be vertically. And can produce very exciting different new designs. We've all callers that we can produce. Candidate is producing the bricks at a waste and recycling facility and Bro. And as the company expands its production and distribution K. bricks could help lay a foundation for more climate-friendly buildings.
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Washington State Charter Schools Association, Keith Peters Alaska and US discussed on Phil's Gang
"The US Geological Survey says explosions of varying sizes happen whenever two thousand degree lava. Enters much colder. Seawater but the large explosion that blasted lava onto a tour boat Monday could. Also have something to do with the off shore top graffiti and the amount of molten. Rock currently entering the ocean in that area twenty three people were hurt him one woman was hospitalized with a. Broken leg because of. The explosion from the killer way of volcano news and analysis at townhall dot com I'm Keith Peters Alaska has become the forty first state to adopt a right to try law the legislation, let's terminally ill patients try new treatments. Which haven't yet been approved by, the FDA other right to. Try laws are already in place in states like Texas California Mississippi and Arizona that's correspondent Ken Lerman. Reporting Bill Gates is the biggest champion of the beleaguered movement, to bring charter schools to Washington state the Microsoft co founder, gave millions to. See a charter school law, approved and it's private foundation. Has contributed what amounts to an entire year's worth, of revenues for the Washington state charter schools association the group is credited with keeping charters open when the state struck down the law and lobbying legislators to revive the privately run publicly funded schools it's an example of how billionaires are influencing. State education policy by giving money to state level charter support organizations to sustain and defend charter schools across the country more on these stories. At townhall dot Dot com Prager believes it's been a witch hunt since two thousand..
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Us, Acting Chair and Cpsc discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal
"That's the message from the consumer product safety commission last year eight people died in the us from fireworks related incidents dr anne burkle as the acting chair of the cpsc and has a warning regarding illegal fireworks don't make them don't purchase them and don't go near them she's has wild sparklers are pretty look at the most often cause of any injuries that we see fireworks related they can burn up to two thousand degrees and she reminds parents to keep sparklers out of the hands of kids tanya j powers fox news tesla drives to its production goals ceo elon musk saying the electric automaker hit the target of building five thousand model s cars per week tesla has never posted a full year profit and plowed through one billion dollars in the first quarter a wild world cup sunday shootouts were needed to decide both games after each ended up at one goal apiece russia to four three lead on spain when dennis cherish net at the tiebreaking goal moments later goaltender eager convey blocked the final shot sending the home fans into a celebratory state croatia and denmark retired at two two and their shootout that's when yvonne racketeer scored into the left side of the net to end that contest russia will face croatia in saturday's quarterfinal bob mortality fox news and i'm steve rappoport fox news radio rochester newsradio whammy eighty weather brought to you by william muhtar hurt in a car call william muhtar warm.
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Texas grand jury indicts Larry Nassar, but investigators find no evidence for charges against Karolyis
"A few years ago my former college roommate night would hiking in sequoia national forest in california it's not whitney's located the highest peak in the lower forty eight states we didn't hike whitney but we did do the mountain next door just about the time i'm starting to feel pretty good about my fitness level were passed by a group of wildland firefighters who are doing some training not only were they doing almost double our speed of ascent they were carrying chainsaw shovels and other heavy tools that we weren't we saw them again barely a half hour later on their way back down having already achieved the summit again a lot of respect for wildland firefighters that day and that was years before i would ever attend a journalist firefighting academy wildland firefighters incredibly fit they're incredibly fearless when i use the word fearless by the way i don't mean that they possess zero fear i mean that they fear less than we do a healthy dose of fear helps them do their job safely but the less part makes it possible to face what they face how else could you charge into an area where the possibility of retreat from a two thousand degree unpredictable force of nature is not guaranteed such was the situation the granite mountain hotshots based on june thirtieth two thousand thirteen i was in the comfort of my home office on that sunday five years ago preparing my radio morning show when i learned to the loss of those nineteen men it shook me like few other stories ever have and i say that with more than two decades in the media and having reported from the iraq war i spoke with governor jan brewer on the radio the next day struggling to not only wrap my head around the tragedy of losing that many heroes at one time but also the best way to verbally commemorate them i still haven't found the words to jim sharpe and jamie west weekday mornings at five am for china's morning news on ktar news it is five eleven now police in arundel county maryland reveal more details about the shooter who killed five at a annapolis newsroom yesterday police chief timothy altamaari reveals more about that weapon we've confirmed i think that it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago police say the attack was planned and that the shooter had a history of run ins with the law he's already serving decades in prison for sex assault in michigan and now former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar has been charged in texas a grand jury in walker county texas indicting larry nassar on six counts of sexual assault charges stem from an investigation at a houston area gymnastics training center run by famed coaches belen martha karoly gymnasts have claims nassar abused them there walker county prosecutors stephanie stroud fill certain there are probably others that have not come forward she says no charges have been filed against the but a former trainer is being charged along with nasser alex stone abc news troubles at utah state university in nineteen year old freshman linebackers been suspended from the football team after being charged with raping a woman at a party this is a former player is charged in a separate case with assaulting seven women two fraternity members have played guilty in sexual assault cases in recent years a woman was arrested for extreme dui will leaving salt river tubing with her four children in the car maricopa county sheriff's department says the woman was two times over the legal limit the retold six passengers in the car three of whom were under the age of twelve coming up on five thirteen and this is what we're working on this afternoon the ktar newsroom it's hot and dry out there right now but miracle counties flood control district urges you to start thinking about floods nonetheless ktar's kathy klein has more during monsoon season flooding hit anyone at.
Starbucks closes 8,000 stores for anti-bias training
"The flowing lava on hawaii the big island the rolette endless eruption about killer whale continues to take its toll he gamble and maybe they didn't win steve gebbie is one of an estimated two thousand people who had to evacuate of the twenty four fishers that have opened up since the eruption began on may third several are still spewing and using lava changing the landscape forever more than twenty four hundred acres have been consumed by the two thousand degree liquid rock so far as also destroyed dozens of homes and there's still no end in sight that's correspondent jim rupe four people shot and wounded on detroit's greektown pre are in critical condition before victims males in their twenties police say they got into a fight and then the shooting occurred the second shooting in greek town in the last three days a seventeen year old was stabbed and robbed in bloomfield township on ward road this victim was riding a bike last evening northbound on ward police say that he was about to ride past the robber who stepped in front of the bike demanded the victims bike wallet and backpack at knife point and then stabbed the victim in the abdomen and threatened to kill him the stabber is described as a black male in his mid twenties about six three he wore a white hoodie the victim is recovering on the oakland county lakes of vigil was held for a sixteen year old boy who who drowned unclear lake in oxford township county sheriff's office says ten people suffered minor burns in a boat fire on lake orion kresge foundation says it'll give one point five billion dollars in grants for eighteen new projects to improve the neighborhood of the grants are part of a six million dollar program called kresge innovative projects detroit empty lots in virginia park will be transformed into a new park retail space will be created by this money in southwest detroit the projects were picked from one hundred seventy eight different applications from people in groups living in the city of detroit starbucks will close more than eight thousand stores this afternoon they'll conduct anti bias training what will this be the employees will also be watching a film by the award winning documentarian stanley nelson who has done films on the african american experience on racial bias in the past and in.
Lava covers potentially explosive well at Hawaii geothermal plant
"A thermal plant nearby jim roope monitoring developments for us this has long been a major concern lava entering the puna geothermal plant dangerous hydrogen sulfide could be released into the air if a hot lava mixes with the wells early in the eruption fifty thousand gallons of stored pentane was removed and the fourteen wells have been quenched plugged and capped which says tim travis with hawaii county civil defense gives him confidence danger has been mitigating that doesn't mean that there may not be a case but i haven't anticipated the wells should be able to withstand the two thousand degree alava heat but officials say peace of mind will come when the lava moves through with no issues i'm jim roope sub tropical storm alberto expected to bring drenching rains and flooding the florida panhandle when it makes landfall later today alburto could.
Hawaii Kilauea volcano: Lava activity drops after destroying 35 structures
"Time five twenty two and it's time for your propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now stocks fell is president trump announced the us was out of the iran nuclear deal but closed off their session lows the dow closed up three points it had been down more than fifty the nasdaq rose to on the snp fell a fraction employers advertised more than six and a half million open jobs in march that's the most since december of two thousand overall hiring slipped a bit the number of people quitting their jobs increased though from just over three million to just over four the largest number since january of two thousand one daria albinger abc news more money news in thirty minutes while concerns remain in hawaii due to the ongoing volcanic eruption we get the latest now from abc's qena whitworth slow moving yet unstoppable the volcano disaster playing out on hawaii's big island clinging streets homes and cars the two thousand degree lava pushing through everything in its path dozens of homes in the leilani estates neighborhood destroyed the lava bursting and flowing at least ten cracks in the earth sending plumes of toxic sofer dioxide into the atmosphere against the apocalyptic background some of the nearly two thousand residents forced to flee they were allowed a moment back home to gather belongings and pets sherry macarthur forced to leave her farm what's going to happen what's going to happen with us renews our farm we don't know where we're gonna go here lose your incumbent lose your home at the same time mel kellaway is relatively flat it's called a shield volcano that lowerprofile allows lava to come out quicker covering a larger area more quickly than a taller cone volcano since the eruption began the island also rocked by over a thousand earthquakes including a six point nine the largest shake the island in more than forty years that's abc's qena whitworth reporting komo news time five twenty four komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours we're seeing a lot of rain suddenly come down by seatac and on the east side so has that impacted things well first of all get those headlights on because that makes a huge difference when that rain comes and it makes it dark.