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"whiskey creek" Discussed on WCPT 820
"All day tomorrow, that's what makes me nervous because we get a lot of people are going to come out tomorrow and vote. Yeah. But for the most part, our voters and cop county as the gentleman that are she said that came out early. So we got a lot of banks and keep going. By the way, don't take your foot off the gas. Friday because I had to get on a plane and get down here. I had a very important person to pick up and bring to vote on the last day of open voting. So cocaine bear has officially voted. Okay, good. Thank you for that update. Okay, there Appreciate that. Thank you for the update on cocaine. Okay. As you said, Stephanie, you don't take your foot off the gas, kind of like the Cincinnati Bengals into the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday and will do to any other team that gets in their way. Oh, really? Like the LA rams came in here on the rams out. They're like four and 12. They're not, they're not doing good this year. I live in the past. I live in my past glory, and that's all I care about. We have a football team here called the rams, and this is not their season. Okay. Well, all I know is they'd be cliffs. Last year. Tiger people. Last year. I hear people. That's right. We buy. Yeah, yeah, we're going to come in your rams house and okay, let's go to Teresa in Washington, you're on with cliff. Hi, Teresa Black man. When a black man says that he likes Hitler, I think Jesse Owens and Harry treated him. And then when people say that Jews are taking over Hollywood, I think Louis B mayor Cecil B. DeMille, Sam Goldwyn. They were just a creative Hollywood. You don't think there would still be a lot of juice there, maybe the lowest family? The way to me doesn't say, what the hell are you talking about? There was something good about Hitler. What? Name it. Guys, right. Yes, I thought that point had been decided Hitler bass. Bad. Hitler bad. I mean, not that controversial now. It's good. Like everything with right. Right. By the way, can I say something, by the way, Stephanie is quickly as theoretically a Jew, even though I don't practice. Have you gone professional? Yeah. I'm an amateur at this point. I want to participate in the Jew Olympics. So here's the thing. There were Jews involved in Hollywood. They're Jews involved in the media. They're Jews involved in the law in legal practice. It doesn't mean they run and control all of those things. And I know you'll call it what was getting at that. And I don't know, she may have said it in artfully. But yes, there have been Jewish folks involved in a lot of these things. Just because there are some Jews in them. Does it mean Jews completely run the halls? Right. That's something that people on the right have a really hard time with. They're like, well, Goldman Sachs, I'm like, yes, and Morgan Stanley, that sounds pretty Jewish. By the way, I was saying, I loved that. Alex Jones tried to rehabilitate Kanye by having him on to say, you're not an anti semite, and then Kanye immediately said, you know who's great as Hitler. So now, Kanye has surfaced over the weekend to post a rant about Elon Musk. By saying, am I the only one who thinks Elon could be half Chinese? So are you just not even throwing a little anti Asian? I guess he was just the anti isn't he? Have you ever seen his picks as a child? Whatever not tweeted, whatever. Take a Chinese genius made them with a South African supermodel. We have any lawn. I say Annie long because they probably made ten to 38 lawns and he's the first genetic hybrid that's stuck. Well, let's not forget about Obama. So I guess that would be him losing Elon Musk of being a and also Barack Obama. Okay. Remember when we thought the worst thing he would do is like be a complete jerk to Taylor Swift. Man, he's made up some ground in the west. Who knew the Kim Kardashian would come out of that as the respectable woman like, wow. He's sober and it's very, very thoughtful. Kim Kardashian, in comparison. All right. 50 minutes after the hour, this portion of the show brought you by men. Matt grace. And man crates. Well, I whisky creek. I want a crowbar. Well, I know what you want. You want your grill master crate. You're all about the meat. You're all about the whisky. You're just, it's like, it's like I work at a renaissance fair. I'm a winch. I'm just a wench here. But everyone loves sending their man person a man Cray because you get to watch him open it with a crowbar. That's right. And there's lots of manly stuff in there, but it's a fantastic gift, right? We can't help but we like to break stuff open. We're dudes. I know. It turns me on. I don't even drink hard liquor, but it's just, there's a handmade whisky decanter, tumblers, ice fear mold slate coasters, snacks. I mean, it's amazing. But I like it too. Yes, Trevor, I will. That's right, cecily. All right. The grill master crate. I mean, you get a brass knuckle meat tenderizer. What's not macho about that? A cast iron smoker box steak thermometers and more. I mean, even if you have a losing Super Bowl team, this will make you feel like more like a man. Harshness. Sorry. Listen, I'm sorry, but also, yes. If you're someone who's team is up, let's say, three and 14 right now. And you're right. Okay, but if you live in the past like me, colony is like Kevin McCarthy's. Yeah. Well, if you're like me and you live in your past glory, you would send cliff schechner, right? And you would just say, happy holidays, loser. Here's your man crate. I expect that from you
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"whiskey creek" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"The national oceanic and atmospheric administration in milford Connecticut. What you're hearing in the background is water that is being dosed with carbon dioxide to simulate the effects of ocean acidification. She's grown surf clam sea scallops, oysters, and currently bay scallops, adult oysters are pretty resilient to acidification, but baby oysters basically have to fight the water for minerals to grow their shells. They use up their energy reserves and die of starvation trying. And mesa research shows lowering the PH affects the physiology of a variety of shelled animals. And this is resulting in less energy that's available for them to grow. Shells were smaller, and in some cases, like with surf claims, their insides were stunted. They were also putting on less meat muscle. Can you eat the meat? Translating all of this into economic costs is not straightforward. For example, some shellfish may be able to evolve resistance to acidification. Some hatcheries are trying to breed resistance, and there's a lot of natural variability in acidity from place to place. Jeremy testa is an associate professor at the university of Maryland center for environmental science. The vulnerability to acidification is pretty different across space. Oyster hatcheries in the Chesapeake Bay don't face the same problems as those in Oregon, for example, and hatcheries like whisky creek have managed to treat their water for minimal cost once they figured out the problem, though that took a few years and hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses. But ultimately, the cost of ocean acidification is maybe best understood as simply being one more problem to deal with. On top of a pile of problems created or made worse by humans. Doctor Meredith white is director of research and development at mooc sea farm in Maine. In the last couple of years, we have had other changes to the ecosystem of the water that is pumped into our hatchery that have really affected our seed oyster production. Increased rainfall diluting the coastal water changes in the algae that led to baby oysters being poisoned, wild swings and oxygen.
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"whiskey creek" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"He could think of. He wrote a song about it. Yeah. They tell me mo money mo problems, baby I disagree. It's no money all problems in the life that we be like money can't buy happiness. You should come shopping with me the sad truth is the better things in life ain't free. Literally all of these problems that you have with family with cars with mental health with content can, in some shape way or form be solved with money and I hate it when people demonize it. West sold off thousands of dollars of speakers, DJ controllers, and synthesizers to pay his bills. And then, just when he thought he'd hit the bottom. He got an email from springboard for the arts, a nonprofit in Minnesota, saying he'd been selected for its guaranteed income pilot. $500 a month for 18 months, no strings attached. I've literally been using it to restart or kickstart my career from a bit of a dead zone. West bought back his DJ equipment. He put some money into maintaining his SUV, which he uses to haul gear to events, and some of the stipend has gone to basics like groceries. This is one of the things that can make income programs controversial. Recipients aren't necessarily required to use the money in a specific way. They don't even have to put it towards making art. Amy Castro co directs the center for guaranteed income research at the University of Pennsylvania, which is partnering with the pilot in Minnesota. No, people aren't required to sort of continue to demonstrate that they are producing a particular art piece. Or that there's no juried competition to see who is producing the better public art installation. To qualify for the program in Minnesota, artists had to show they'd been adversely affected by the pandemic. Artists of color were prioritized, but beyond that, recipients were selected at random. Castro says that's the whole point to not decide whether an artist is good or bad, but to give them an opportunity to grow. The existing art world functions not on trying to create space and equality around who gets to produce who gets access to funding who gets gallery space. And what these projects are offering is something completely different. But like any experiment, the private foundation's funding these programs will want to understand the results, which means the programs have to measure some kind of outcome. Sarah Calderon is the executive director of creatives rebuild New York. Does it help them produce more work to participate in more shows? Does it help them get the next grant, get the next thing? Creatives rebuild New York has two income pilots, a guaranteed income program, and an employment program that gives artists a $65,000 salary per year for two years. Playwright Jesse Jay hoon was chosen to work on new productions and community events for Asian Americans with my theater company in New York City. It means no more three, I'm writing sessions to work around his daytime admin job, creating is now his full-time job. Which is one of the most valuable things for an artist is just having the time to really flesh out your process and your creative work. And he admits he's really looking forward to the health insurance benefit. The first thought I had was, oh my God, I can get new glasses. I can get a teeth cleaning. He says that will give him the mental space he needs to make better work. I'm Kristen Schwab for marketplace. The big Supreme Court decision last week West Virginia versus EPA was about a whole lot more than just what the executive branch can do to regulate the pollution that is warming this planet. We talked about it that day. What the decision means for the administrative state and how this entire economy runs. But yes, in the short term, The White House now does have a trickier path to trying to control climate change. And while the politics in bureaucracy of that decision play out, the earth is being damaged. Now, in real time. Case in point for us today, the oceans, the world meteorological organization reported earlier this year that thanks to us, humans, right? Oceans are the most acidic they've been in 26,000 years, and that is going to have economic consequences, particularly as marketplaces to breed beneficial reports for the shellfish industry. Whisky creek, oyster hatchery, is on the Oregon coast. This is where baby oysters are hatched and raised, and then sold to oyster farms throughout the Pacific Northwest. This is Alan Barton at whisky creek. And the sound you're hearing is our pumps pumping in about 200 gallons a minute of seawater into the hatchery. Barton is the production manager there. The seawater comes in gets treated, goes into tanks where the oysters are hatched. Martin grows vats of green and brown algae to feed them. After nearly 30 years of doing this, back in 2007, something started to go wrong. Entire crops of baby oysters normally swimming around just died. We saw the causes were things like bacteria, disease. So they treated the water for bacteria. 2008, we essentially lost all the larvae in the tire hatchery, $100,000 worth of product and just all went to the bottom. All was in 48 hours or so. The cause, it turned out, was the water itself. More acidic water from deeper in the ocean was upwelling into their water source, driven by seasonal winds. The lower PH, meaning more acidic water was driving changes in the mineral composition of the water, killing the oyster babies. Deeper water is naturally more acidic than surface water and upwelling is a natural event, but human caused emissions are increasing the background level of acidity and may have tipped those natural conditions just past what the oyster larvae could bear. The ocean takes up about 25 to 30% of the carbon dioxide that is emitted. And in doing so, it lowers the PH of the ocean. George wall buster is Professor of ocean ecology and biogeochemistry at Oregon state university. It also lowers something we call saturation state, which is how corrosive the water is to calcium carbonate minerals or shells. He says the PH of open ocean water has fallen since CO2 emissions ramped up with industry about a hundred years ago from 8.1 to 8.0. It sounds small, and what that actually translates to is a 30% increase in acidity. Shannon misak studies the effects of CO2 in the water. She's a research chemist for.
The Adam Carolla Show
"whiskey creek" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"About it all right. What's the be lady named her. Name's heather deloche. She's i think she's about thirty thirty nine years old. That would be about right. she's gorgeous. she's so cute. does that look like her. Adam adam someone lie to you and say they were the be lady. This was not. This person was not cute. So you've got attracted. Yeah she's cute. She was not an attractive person. My friend yeah. She joe i. I'm not going to internalize it. Because i'm a victim and hold on them survivor. Sorry sorry i survived. This attack was not that person. Are you sure that's the b. person chris can have that i'll call her beak blind. Melon's be girl i mean. Who else could it be. Yeah okay so. She was not it whiskey creek in locking yada and nineteen ninety four. Sorry two thousand and four. I'm sorry unlikely unlikely. Chris shocking gene. I don't know what the internet can do. I think this is going to be about. Except i will be okay. Yeah i'm just you know as a friend will be out is through. Oh yeah yeah i'm not. I'm a burden you let's just you know. There's this spring spring gina grad and. That's the news. It's warm where you're touching was the news with gene grad. She wanted to see my stinger..
What is ocean acidification?
"In two thousand seven baby oysters began dying by the millions at the Whisky Creek shellfish hatchery on the. Oregon. coast. At first the owner suspected bacterial contamination was to blame once they partnered with academics in other regional managers they found out it was actually ocean acidification. Charlotte Regular Whitefield works with the Organ Coordinating Council on Ocean Acidification and hypoglycemia. When you burn fossil fuels release carbon dioxide co two, and that does get absorbed into our oceans and it makes the water more sick that more corrosive water can prevent marine species from properly forming shells, which can kill them the with creek shellfish hatchery learned to adapt. It now monitors the acidity of the ocean water that flows. into its tanks and has a system to adjust the PH when needed over the years it's harvest levels have returned to normal but outside of those tanks, ocean acidification threatens entire ecosystems, all the things that actually live in the ocean from the Kelp to the fish to the sea urchin are all tied to ocean acidification. So when small changes occur, these organisms are at risk and protecting them requires reducing carbon pollution.