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Eric Lunches With Author James Agresti

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:15 min | 11 months ago

Eric Lunches With Author James Agresti

"There is atheism book is doing very, very well. And everywhere I talk about it, the response is just terrific. Yesterday, when I was in The Woodlands church, this is no joke. I'm running in there and a guy named James aggressive, says to me, can I get a minute to talk to you? And I have no time. Like I'm running, but when I found out his name, I said, James aggressive, are you the guy that wrote the book, he's like, yeah. I said, I've been trying to reach you for a year and a half. This guy wrote a book on a lot of the stuff that's in my book is atheism dead. And I used his book and it's in my bibliography. It's fantastic. And I've wanted to know who is this guy? So I had lunch with him yesterday. And we're going to get him on this program, but it was just the most wonderful thing. He lived in the New York area, Jersey area for a long time. Just moved down to he's the Houston area as the whole world evidently is doing. But it was so it was just so great. But I want to say that the book is doing well, you still can get it for like $15 at some of the links if you scroll down at Eric metaxas dot com on the book page. If you scroll down, you can still get it at good

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"woodland" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Well you taken it very well. It's admirable luxury. And so you know i've got. I've been listening to the mar. In homes onto the amish. Oh on the radio you know recalled in anything decent and they're quite episode this week You know it's the show where he goes to celebrity homes takes a look inside famous football people usually. It was this week and a wonderful. Yes all for our tape. It and i'll play it for you. We go okay. Ma matt my mama mama ma mama ten ten teen teen how everybody and welcome you to buy show now. You find me outside the house of mr peter. Beardsley ex new castle in england. Full balling and stay away. I can say that the dog nakimora is in the fall of two lovely boiled eggs. Usual book you know what. I like it baby. I like it. I like it. Baby like say if anybody's aiden paid so the willia- forty some very very four thirty. And i'm not moving for no one ally mit. How can i help you. Hello peter my name's he'd for go onto the on the baby. I've come top looker. 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"woodland" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Athletico Mince

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"woodland" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Athletico Mince

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"woodland" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Athletico Mince

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"woodland" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills, a bunch of voters showed up at a polling place. To cast their ballots and were told they had already voted Understand about 70% of the votes at this location have been shown as already casted when they were there for the L. A County registrar's office has confirmed the glitch and says all voters affected were offered provisional ballots. But as you might imagine, concerns about fraud are clearly running high Trace Gallagher. The polls closed tonight eight o'clock, California time Secretary of State Antony Blinken to testify before a Senate Committee today after defending the Afghan pull out to the House Foreign Affairs Committee yesterday. Blaming the last administration inherited a deadline. We did not inherit a plan. Republican Florida Congressman Brian Mast who lost both legs serving in Afghanistan was blunt with the secretary. Do not believe a word that you're saying on this mass held up pictures of 13 U. S service people who died in a suicide bombing at the Kabul airport. Three members of the committee told Secretary Blinken he should resign. Hurricane Nicholas has come ashore along the Southeast Texas coastline. I do not believe it's going to sit and spin for the next several days and not moving very quickly at all. So the legacy of this storm is going to be heavy Rainfall events likes meteorologist Jacqui Steen America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network. Stay on top of the latest news and information from Fox News..

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"woodland" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"A farmer who has to make a livelihood of loved farm like we're not talking about some smallholding waking just do everything by hand how do you go about adding carbon your soil inner financially stable way the single most important aspect of boosting the carbon content. My soul is probably my livestock. Enterprise so the cows Outside twenty seven that grazing the grass and then also fertilizing the ground with that deng and then when my growing crops which is the other half of our rotation. I chopped straw. Nearly always i hardly ever bail it. So that's adding solo ganic matter and nutrients and we were hearing earlier in the show about the effects that plowing can have on the soil in its ability to store carbon. Have you been looking at your plowing rations to see if that can improve your soil health. Yes definitely it's a very hot topic. Obviously for in my system we plow may be three times out of six or seven years so that has time for the organic to build up the carbon him buildup and yes. We are reducing it when we stopped cultivating to establish grain props but then we build it up again. So it's another kind of direct line of improvement. It's a gradual. Improvement sets saxwood one. Step back april. You make progress. Yes something like that. Do you think that pharma's all around the u. k. should be prioritizing climate change negation. Yeah i think everyone showed. I don't think pharma's applies to all of us. You know day today in your garden the chemicals you're using what you'll flushing down your drains but yes. Farmers are absolutely on board to play. Their part of the farming community is willing to prioritize. I can't speak for the whole whole five. Acres of course icon. But the people i meet and talk to yes. Most pharma's really take a responsibility and a huge privilege to be looking after a large part of the natural world. Sophie alexander from hemsworth.

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"woodland" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Regulation filtrations. So we know that sensitive planting on a woodland's on slopes for example can help us manage flood risk salt marsh can help prevent or protect us from storm surges and sea level rise. So there's a whole host of benefits that they can give so if we want to capture carbon where the nature of based solution all of these buzzwords did we just plant trees is that it is is the solution to climate just trees. It's one of them and it's a really important one. They offer us the most consistency quotation rates and high sequestration rates. So they are a very vital piece of the puzzle. What you can only plant trees in so many places we also need to consider what the marine and the coastal environments can offer us as well so things like saltmarsh have been shown to stall and sequester carbon at quite high rates. One of the things that we shouldn't be overlooking is protection of habitats as habitat such as grasslands are he flynn's have the potential to store huge amounts of carbon. And we want that carpenter state where we don't want that to be released so no not just trees trees are also very important and then the rest of the program. We're going to be focusing on three key. Ecosystems in the uk that have the potential to help us reach net zero pete box our oceans and farmland to show that there really is mortar carbon capture than just trees from baffling british weather. Vertebrae coming off. You're looking at a cheetah from the inside out games making their way to the clinic and what to eat in your garden the naked scientists.

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"woodland" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Climate change has been top of the agenda recently as the latest ipcc. Report came out earlier. This month the intergovernmental panel on climate change produces one of these reports every six to seven years to summarize the fourteen thousand scientific papers that have been published on historic climate models global warming and its implications on the planet and the findings of this report are clear. Humans are responsible for the planet warming at a rate that is unprecedented in at least the last two thousand years this warming is driven by increased greenhouse gas emissions of which co. Two and. Methane are the major contributors. This is already leading to hotter heat. Waves wetter monsoons more frequent droughts and the oceans warming at their fastest rate since the end of the last full ice age. Some of the impacts us. Humans have had on the planet on now irreversible. We are going to warm. The planet by one point five degrees c more than pre industrial levels. No matter what we do now sea levels are going to rise by several meters over the next two thousand years the ice sheets will continue to melt and the oceans will become more and more acidic. But please don't switch off just yet. I promise this show is not all doom and gloom and i know all too well how listening to the facts about climate change can make you feel like the world is very literally on fire and there is nothing we can do. So what is the point in even trying well. The science is clear on that too. There is hope if we can reduce our global carbon emissions to net zero by twenty fifty. The planet will quickly stop warming. And if we start absorbing more carbon than we produce it'll even start cooling down again and those extreme weather events will become less extreme again

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Major Climate Changes Inevitable and Irreversible – IPCC’s Starkest Warning Yet

The Naked Scientists

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Major Climate Changes Inevitable and Irreversible – IPCC’s Starkest Warning Yet

"Climate change has been top of the agenda recently as the latest ipcc. Report came out earlier. This month the intergovernmental panel on climate change produces one of these reports every six to seven years to summarize the fourteen thousand scientific papers that have been published on historic climate models global warming and its implications on the planet and the findings of this report are clear. Humans are responsible for the planet warming at a rate that is unprecedented in at least the last two thousand years this warming is driven by increased greenhouse gas emissions of which co. Two and. Methane are the major contributors. This is already leading to hotter heat. Waves wetter monsoons more frequent droughts and the oceans warming at their fastest rate since the end of the last full ice age. Some of the impacts us. Humans have had on the planet on now irreversible. We are going to warm. The planet by one point five degrees c more than pre industrial levels. No matter what we do now sea levels are going to rise by several meters over the next two thousand years the ice sheets will continue to melt and the oceans will become more and more acidic. But please don't switch off just yet. I promise this show is not all doom and gloom and i know all too well how listening to the facts about climate change can make you feel like the world is very literally on fire and there is nothing we can do. So what is the point in even trying well. The science is clear on that too. There is hope if we can reduce our global carbon emissions to net zero by twenty fifty. The planet will quickly stop warming. And if we start absorbing more carbon than we produce it'll even start cooling down again and those extreme weather events will become less extreme again

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5-Star Recruit Emoni Bates Commits to Memphis Tigers

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

5-Star Recruit Emoni Bates Commits to Memphis Tigers

"Imani bates consensus top-five prospect. In the class of two thousand twenty one. The most heralded uncommitted prospect in the country is no longer uncommitted. He has announced a commitment to the university of memphis which means penny hardaway is now going to enroll the number one recruiting class in the country for the second time in a three year span in two thousand nine hundred nine. That class was headlined by james wiseman and precious a two of this class headline by ahmadi bates. And jalen darren cow. You had written about the amani situation earlier in the week and predicted like most other debates would woodland at memphis so no surprise but we did take a twisted path to get here for people who might be unfamiliar. It was reported by travis brand at twenty four seven sports yesterday on tuesday. That amount would be announcing a commitment on wednesday then debates father elgin baits. He woke up on wednesday morning and he was big mad at somebody leaked something. He was furious and suggested that the announcement would no longer happened instead. We'd be doing this on friday night. Which is fine with me. I got nothing else to do. So i was planning on friday night then at some point on wednesday afternoon a bates name showed up on the university of memphis white pages directory which suggested he was already enrolled at the university of memphis so we had this weird situation where a prospect who had not yet publicly committed to a school was theoretically already enrolled in a school at that point. I imagine they just decided. Let's go on and do this thing so money. Bates jumped on instagram. A little before six o'clock central and announced he will join his former teammate. Jalen dern at the university of memphis for those wondering. I have pushed the tigers into the top ten of the top twenty five in one. I've got him seven to be specific

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"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

"You know somewhat safe to live right because fires were burning that much for the last hundred years a lot of these areas because we were pretty good at putting him out but now that those fires are burning more severely more intensely and were living there and we have the news to cover it all the time. Yeah we certainly are hearing about our right and and it is having a serious impact on people as you know you know. There's all sorts of really tragic stories of these fires burning through towns. And one of those towns. You know the dixie fire believe burned through greenville california in the last day or two and that's an incredibly tragic thing to have happened right like we are. We are living in a world. That's really different now. I know it's kind of like top mind for everyone. I feel like when you say. I lived in california Him ask you like is. You're sitting on fire and you're like i don't know. Let me check twitter. I just. I just texted on my friends. Who lives in california. Are you guys aware are you. Are you okay. You burning the aso yes literally. Bbb like this just in according to npr report that dropped about an hour ago. The us forest service just announced that wildfires will be aggressively extinguished. This summer and all the preventative controlled burns are suspended. Apparently fire season is predicted to be so bad. They can't spare any of the thousands of firefighters on the ground to go do prescribed burns kind of like not being able to go to bed because you have a paper due but then you can't finish the paper because you're too tired. Something's gotta change tune in next week for more on that now on the topic of heavy hearts amid blazing wildfires. Is there anything. That is the most difficult thing about being a fire ecologists. I mean i already. The idea of like a charred owl leg is going to hurt my heart until the day. I die but anything that is just really frustrating or difficult for you. I would say that one of the frustrating things is just how difficult this problem is. It's it's just such a big problem and sometimes it's hard to sort of feel like we can get out of it. I'm i like to call myself a reckless optimist for me like the glass is not half full. It's like oh my god is almost overflowing. It's like you know we we can do this. You guys like we can totally do this. This is such a difficult problem. it seems like we. We're facing the same problems every year. But i think that there is. There is a light at the end of the tunnel in that light has to do with getting more of that. Good fire on the landscape. And that's something that i know is a priority for the agency. I worked for the forest service and trying to restore the resilience of these forests. And i think like the sort of nugget of goodness that i try to take is that we as at least on my side with the science side of this agency. We have this incredible opportunity to like learn about this about fires why they burn how they burn with their consequences are and what we can do about it and we get to work with the managers and the people who are again out doing that stuff on the ground. We've got our hands on some of the levers we can make a positive impact and we we can make a change in. You know how these fires are burning. Even as we're thinking about you know the bigger problems like climate change we we can put our finger on the on the lever a little bit and so there's a huge opportunity in the coming decades to make a big difference in sort of the next century of fire. How do you think an average. Joe like myself Sitting around biting my nails the news. What can we do. You know i would say follow smokey. The bears advice so put him on the pedal for minute. Watch out for yourself. Make sure that you are not contributing to any of the problems with know these unplanned ignitions and fires. That's one thing you can do so maybe try to avoid you. Know explosive. Gender reveal parties. You know that's good do that You know don't be thrown your cigarettes out and don't drive your car. Anything on dry grass and things like that. There's there's a little little things like that you can do. But this is a big problem and it takes both sort of individuals to make sure they're you know not starting these these unplanned fires but also these big sort of institutional actions and management to fight this problem. So it's you know. I i would say. Don't don't buy your nails down to the to the bone. Just make sure you're not the one who's starting that fire okay. Good to know. don't start any fires. Yelp try to impress any ex-girlfriends yes don't buy starting our gonna be impressed. Not going to be impressed. The gender reveal party couple. Who started a fire last year. November were charged with manslaughter for a firefighter. Is death and that lovelorn arsonist of the twenty. Fourteen king fire sentenced to twenty years in prison and ordered to somehow pay sixty million dollars to victims of the crime. So imagine what you could do with sixty million dollars and twenty years of your life. Yeah think twice before doing any horned up fire tomfoolery. Just get just get him a cupcake or something with with cupcake deal that don't be on the news What about your favorite thing about fire. Ecology like is it putting puzzles together is being out in the field. I would say my favorite part about being a fire. Columnist is similar to my favorite part about being a scientist which is just the we. It's the world is infinitely more complex than we think. It is and i learn new things every day about what's going on with these fires and how animals are responding. Might preconceptions are always just kind of blown out of the water. Whenever i start digging into this stuff. So it's just such a wonderfully rich world out. There and fire is such a critical part of of that whole system and so being able to step into that complexity and try and just use my little you know. Pick to chip away at one corner of that. Vast unknown the world of fire. Ecology is the greatest honor and pleasure. I've got three little kids and you know i would. I sit down my computer and start clicking away every day. I am partly thinking like what can i do to make this world better than i. You know then. When i came into it and you know sometimes it may seem that my little corner of the world is insignificant. But yeah i like to think that that me and all my wonderful colleagues within my agency and outside of it as well working in this area. We're all pulling in the same direction we're trying to you know. Make this world a better place as well and get that good. Fire back on the landscape and try and change the game a little bit I appreciate it so much. I'm glad that you are not currently in the middle of a fire me to thank you for talking to me during obviously a very very busy time for fire fox. It's been my pleasure up so yes fire off your burning questions to the coolest nerds out there. That is what we do and stay tuned for a special follow up episode next week. Cross your fingers. I can make it happen anyway. learn more about dr gavin jones by following him on twitter at ecology of.

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"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

"Fire risk in areas with excess vegetation. And ashley says i mean a few hours and they choose down most of the passenger the goats. Save us man. i wish goats could just save us. Now it'd be great just handed all over to them yeah. I'm sure that they've got it figured out. No i actually don't know about goats being used in wildfire management. That could just be my my nine evidence all pump that one. Okay all right goats. I tried to rent some for my hillside. Oh about two years ago and it was a minimum sadly of five acres. And i just moved in and it was too soon to ask my neighbors if they wanted to go in on. A goat hurt with me. I didn't come on so strong. But their businesses like goats are us dot com. That'll rent them out. I thought this was a pretty common practice hiring goats to eat your overgrown grass. Because when i was in high school in northern california a lot of neighbors did that. And then i read they. Faq on goats are us dot com. And what this business started in the tiny town. I went to high school in around the time i was in high school. Holy literal smokes as far as coincidences. Go it's the greatest of all time. Okay so this. Next smokey query was asked by plenty of folks including patrons hannah aussie alone would firefighter supporter lizzy martinez. Charlie komo first time question asker ashley martinez nina eve zinan gir- asthmatic ada smith joseph and katie coast Let's see dylan. Maguire says i live in eastern washington where smoke has become the fifth season. When will we have the giant forest rakes mentioned by donald trump. so there's a lot of time raking and cleaning and doing things and do we need to rake the forest. So you know this. Is i think again. This is this is just a misunderstanding. So going back to smoke. This is a real problem right. We don't like being exposed to smoke. Remember i'm sure i don't know alley happened where you were. I think this was up in the in the bay area. yeah last year you remember seeing all over social media those pictures of san francisco being just like oranges like blade runner or something. The problem with smoke is that you know it's going to be there. It's going to happen if we're living in a in a system that has fire and that where we need to have fire working also have smoke. That's that's just a part of a part of it right Where there's fire. There's smoke the real important question is how do we want our smoke. You know. and and that's that's how some people are trying to think about this problem of smoke because it is a real serious public health problem with these sort of unplanned big quote unquote mega-fires. That happen. We all of a sudden. Get a ton of smoke. It we didn't know is coming it disrupts our our lives and puts us at risk. And there's a lot of smoke right. That happens just this past week or two. There's a south people on twitter out in the east coast saying that they had you know there were getting some smoke from some of the wildfires in the west that kind of unpredictable nature is i think for many people not desirable and so the idea is if we can use more prescribed plan fires and were cultural indigenous fires where we know in the smoke is coming. It's a lower amount. It's like you know. Less smoke in general is coming our way at any given time but maybe a little more often Those are the two options right wheat. We can either sort of have our smoke in big pulses. It's coming or we cam. Try to make it a little more predictable. It seems like the the wears in the wise are important here. that's exactly for sure. Yes what about maria. zhuravleva wants to know underground wildfires. I understand how they start. But how do they keep going. Hauser enough oxygen for some to last for years have deep. Do they go. germany miller says. What's the strangest place. There's been a wildfire there underground so yes some fire. Dubar burn underground. It's kinda crazy so one of the interesting kind of related phenomenon that i've witnessed is sometimes in these areas that have recently burned you come across a gigantic hole in the ground like just a giant hole. There's you know there's trees around you and then there's this gigantic hole ground okay when i started doing this work in the post fire landscapes sells like what the heck is going on here and i started asking around these are are basically trees that have burned and kept burning and smouldering and smoldering and the smoldering fire continued down through their root system underground throughout the whole root system. Maybe they'll they'll even pop up somewhere else like you know a little ways away or the root kind of pops back up onto the you know ground and basically the these these are like gigantic casts for trees right under the tree and its roots. Used to be so fires can absolutely burn in a subterranean way. I've seen some of these sort of route holes following fire which is kind of wild to see. It is wild to see. And i know because i just watched a ton of videos of smoldering flickering root systems. They can burn for weeks months. Maybe even through a whole season and the fired will just pop up somewhere else also somewhere. In pennsylvania there is an abandoned centralia coal mine. That's been on fire since nineteen sixty two and experts. Say there enough fuel to just keep it burning for two hundred and fifty years. No one knows what to do. They just left town. It's f for five people who still live there. They're like we're not going anywhere like that's cool. But yes fires underground flames flames brew breathing heaving. Oh man i didn't even know that was possible. I would not have thought that that is bananas. Some of y'all patrons lizzy mar bushfire askar brandy harbaugh first question. Asker longtime lurker adriana. Alfaro want to know. What can we expect the normal amount of wildfires to be. Is there a normal. they all wanna know numerically. How much worse are big wildfires. Get give us numbers. We need numbers. So if you look at how fires have changed in the last thirty forty years. We have seen a lot more fire activity now than we did. Ten fifteen twenty years ago thirty forty years ago so one of my colleagues mentioned a moment ago named sean parks with us forest service in one of his colleagues. They put out a study recently. Showing that between one thousand nine hundred five and twenty seventeen. There was an eight fold increase in area that burned at high severity on an annual basis in in the western. Us eight volt so there is certainly a lot more large fires now. And there's also when those those fires are burning more severely now than they did thirty five or so years ago. Thirty five forty years ago. But that's like the sort of small-scale context but then if you zoom back out and look at sort of the whole context of the last several thousand years we are seeing less fire now than we did way back win. It's a different kind of fire. That's burning right. That's not necessarily natural and some of these systems and then also we we are. We are experiencing more of the effects of fire than we ever have as humans the negative effects because we're living in these fire prone areas. Where for a long time..

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"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

"The animals are like parading out of the forest before anybody. It's almost going to be fired. Even you know flying critters cannot always fly away from fast moving fires. Some animals will burrow underground and wait for the fire pass and the backout which is totally crazy. You should i do okay. Burrowing critters hiding from fires. My heart burst into flames. so which animal's burrow. Alright some australian. Possums hide out in tree hollows snakes high tail it down a borough but wombats also hit the basement during bushfires and there were a bunch of internet rumors going around last year that they invite an usher other critters in these rumors. Spread like wildfire. But it they are flimflam. They actually just tolerate other animals hiding out in their wombat doomsday bunkers. But same with gopher tortoises in the us and to hear all about that. You can amble slowly over to the testudo -nology episode with wonderful tortoise scientists. Amanda hips now. What about rebel. Birds there other creatures. There's fire hawks down in australia. And they will actually like pickup burning branches and drop them to burn other parts of their habitat so that they can catch their prey. I have heard of these and it sounds so devious but they even get together and wait for rodents to run out. That's wild that's wild. Yeah there's winners and losers like there's such a variety of animals that respond in different ways to fire and that's just the coolest thing and that's one of the reasons. Why tyrod diversity going back to pirate. Adversity is thought to promote biodiversity because the more variety of fire. You have more different kinds of animals that are gonna benefit from that variety right so you know if you have sort of your force was killed by trees next to a forest that is totally green in old. You know decaying almost have this big mosaic of different kinds of forests. That bernie different times. That's gonna support all kinds of different critters. So it's it's it's a cool thing now. That's a good thing and several people. Rebecca wind settle india. Lind nicole kleinman. Jesse hurlbert wanna know. Can i really prevent forest fires. Rebecca asked or is this just another example of a giant corporation trying to foist responsibility onto individuals. Nicole wants to know what smokey bear or helpful or harmful to forests. What do you think about. Smokey the bear liberty to say i think smokey the bear is super cute. I will say that we can prevent forest fire not all of them and not necessarily should prevent them over thing about prescribed fires right like we do want to put some fire lancet but as i mentioned before a giant majority like eighty seven percent between eighty ninety percent humans cause eighty seven percent of all wildfire occurrences annually within the western. Us like that's crazy. That's a big number and a lot of those. You can go look this up. There's this a couple studies out there that have shown you know these gigantic spikes of fire activity on the fourth of july. Every yo like we. We absolutely play a role in ignitions. A very small percentage of all of the ignitions result in those really big big fires. Of course many of the fires that Don't burn everything up but we absolutely as people can be careful about how we burn. I think that smoking the just misunderstood okay. You know like the because it's true. You know we we as people like we. We absolutely do start fires. We start unintended unplanned. Fires that sometimes result in really devastating circumstances. There's sort of this perception that all fires bad among some people and made i dunno. I dunno if smoking the bears associated with out or not. But you know all fire is not bad like fire is so important and the reason why some fire is really bad right now particularly because we haven't had the kind of fire on the landscape that is natural in a lot of these systems so a lot of patrons looking at you. Michael davis peter ashley. Herbal sebastian pepino first question carlos gimenez and ada smith chandra mason bennett gerber. They all essentially asked what a we do should firefighting teams approach more strategically like let it burn twenty five miles over here but let's stop it here or at this point like what are we even do. Yes so that is such a difficult and vaccine question. That much smarter people than me are like thinking really really hard about so. I don't wanna make any like really poorly informed statements about how firefighters should be doing their job because they're doing an incredible job but i'll say that generally there's there's many times when fires are burning and there's a decision made to let let the fire burn on its own for a little while when his deemed to be safe right so especially in areas where there's not as many people in can you know like a more wilderness type areas because fires fires can do some of that work for us to restore the natural structure of a system. So fires can be really restorative especially in those cases when we think it's going to burn in a quote unquote healthy way or a natural way and there aren't people who are endangered so that that's kind of the idea of those manage wildfires wildfires burning. We're kind of trying to manage them. As opposed to to put them out or suppress them and from smokey bear. let's move onto goats ashley. nitin an lanchester literally.

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"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

"D g. Marie charlotte fell card. Meghan mclean daniel kim. Liz gross eden sunshine. Tally dunyach. Nicole kleinman also asked Nicole's words what happens to wildlife when there is a fire Daniel kim wants to know. Are there any animals that have adapted to survive forest fires and nicole asks do they all leave or are some able to hide or survive in a sneaky way. Oh that's so great. This is a great question. So i if i can do a super quick answer to this because many too excited about it but yes. So how wildlife responded wildfires Here's the thing it it really depends. That's like the greatest scientific smoking in mirrors. Like had depends but it really does some species like fire. Some don't and it also depends on what kind of fire it is. you know. it's really severe or mild so for example. There's one species that some of my awesome colleagues worked on it's called the black backed woodpecker many people think of it as a poster child severely burnt forest. Because it really needs these patches of totally killed trees it depends on the insects that live in those recently killed trees it needs those severely burned forests several years after those. Those fires burn. Those trees were killed. It's no longer good habitat like it's really kind of short term thing. They they flocked to these really severely burnt places they totally thrive than they are out of there and onto the next fire so some critters love that others not so much so spotted the species that i spent a lot of time. Studying is really more of an old forest. Obligate doesn't love. That severely burned stuff quite as much. So basically there are winners and losers. That's that's the answer is it's never simple. It's never as simple as you make. It is not to so all animals are going to die or leave when a fire burns now. Some of them are going to do great and some of them are not. That's like part of the beauty of studying. This stuff is like trying to figure out. Why why do some animals levin some don't the world is so complex and amazing. It's like really fun to try to figure that out. And then in terms of where animals go some animals can escape fires a fly out of the way. Run out of the way. I was thinking of like bambi. You're moving all..

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"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

"Excess carbon from the atmosphere according to the twenty nineteen paper how wildfires trapped carbon for centuries to millennia. Okay but wildfires burn at eight hundred degrees celsius. That's fourteen seventy two fahrenheit america so the animals hate natural and cultural burns to right. No animal wants to be trapped in a blaze. But i'm just going to stop myself from singing about the circle of life in your ears and then from an ecosystem perspective. And from what i like to think about. A lot is the bio diversity perspective. So you know what. Kinds of animals there are in the richness of of animal life and plantlife fires create this template for wildlife plants to thrive. And also this the creates this this natural dynamic where you have places that burn in one year and then don't burn for awhile places that burn frequently in places that burn high severity low severity. You can kind of think about as patchwork this mosaic of different ages of forests that burned a different times and that creates a really diverse landscape that generates the habitat for lots of critters. It can be a really regenerative in restorative process to the land both from a ecosystem perspective. Also really you know. Fire is a necessary part of the systems and so when we can put the right kind of fire on the landscape it really benefits us to as people in a society so fire mosaic paints a beautiful picture of land in different states of recovery. And if you're looking to learn more about it. Don't google fire mosaic. Unless you want to see a lot of tiling crafts that seemed to be in a mosh to burning man but look up the official term. It's patch mosaic burning. So let's talk different flavors of fire because it does matter so you can think this is a really overly simplistic way to think about fire because fire is really complicated process but the way that we often sort of describe it and think about it within fire ecology world. Is we think about natural low. Severity fire regimes. You know in a given area you might expect fires to sort of burn a lower severity not too hot. Not too all consuming. They burn along in the under story. Nice and happy crawl along in. Burn some logs here. Brinson trees there but generally don't destroy or consume the big trees in the over story of the canopy so that i ended the system. That's frequent low severity fires and then on the other end of the whole spectrum. You can think about infrequent high severity fires or fire regimes. Rather so these are places in that area is for fires. Women do burn to burn pretty big pretty hot and those are both natural but natural in those different places and so why is it. Why is it that you have some places that naturally burn low severity at and generally. I'm talking about forest fires here and then other places other forests that naturally burn it really high severity and really large. We can think about those two ends of the spectrum also in terms of what's limiting the system so in these low severity fire systems. Those are generally systems that are limited by fuel. And so what i mean by that is the climate is such that on any given year. The conditions are right for fire. Like if there's a lightning strike or another ignition fires gonna burn and the fuel is dry and the only thing that's keeping that fire one of the primary things that's controlling that fire and where it burns is where the fuel is where the the trees are where the kindling so to speak is and because those fires those places ignite every year ignitions all the time and the conditions are right for fire. They burn really frequently. And so you can think about places where the fires burn every couple of years and when they do burn they kind of clean out or a a burnham in that under story so sort of below the forest canopy it's burning the smaller trees burning some of the medium trees and burning some of the big trees but mostly it just every time a fire burns it burns all about fine fuel. Were a lot of it right. And so that's the primary sort of control on how fire burns in some of these dry fuel limited systems so in these areas. The way it's supposed to be fires. Don't get mega. Because blazes are more frequent so burning all of the fallen wood and the under story so an excess of fuel doesn't build up so that's one way that these giant devastating fires can be avoided and then on the other end of the spectrum. You have these climate limited systems so rather than the system being limited by fuel it's limited by climate and so this is a place like the pacific northwest Where it's really wet right. It's generally wet most the time it's cool. There's may be quite a few editions but when those emissions occurred the fuel is not really ready to burn. It's too wet. And maybe it burns a small fire or something like that but it's kind of extinguishes itself and you think about that system though those kind of areas and when you end up getting those really big infrequent severe fires that occur there. It's because there's been a some sort of climate activity like drought. That's caused all that fuel that hasn't burned in a really long time to dry out and then it burns and when it does burn it burns really big. 'cause there's tons of fuel available right and so those are kind of the two ends of the spectrum and you know. I was trying to think about this today. How do i describe that that. Like spectrum in a way. That's not so dry and academic. And i was thinking about like okay like the haircut that i get is like a frequent fire system. Okay i go to greatclips or sport clips or whatever just down the street from me and get my haircut every few weeks. Maybe every month. It's kinda maintains the general structure never kind goes super long and never budget super short. Either i just kind of keep it. You know tamed. So i go in there frequently i clean out. Sort of the the growth right. That's happened in between each cut and on the other end of the spectrum. You can have somebody. And i did this once when i was in college. You think you're right after college you know. Grow your hair super-duper long i. I didn't cut it for madame. Never exactly how the less but let's see see grow you here for year five years or something you know get some pretty floppy pretty pretty Crazy here at least if you got like me. And then you say. I'm gonna budget. And so the you buzzer right off. That's of the. I don't know you kind of think about that as the two the two ends of the spectrum right. You've got like your frequent haircut system and you've got your infrequent high severity haircut system where you know you just let it grow and then you cut it all off. Okay so in this analogy. The regular maintenance cuts are the low intensity fires. The ones that burn the undergrowth that don't spread too far or that extinguished themselves because there's enough moisture to keep things from being straight bone dry powder keg kindling but if those small fires don't happen or if the fire resistant older trees are logged out or if the climate is just super hot then you get a situation. That's much more dramatic and is that like long main Cut is that what. A mega fire is then. Yeah so that term. I would say that's a good way to think about it. Your from belong to the bus. Cut the term. Mega fire is a really interesting terminent. Really doesn't have a great definition a lot of people when they talk about mega fires. They're thinking about these basically really big fires just fires the giant in size but you can have a really really large fire that doesn't necessarily create that forest buzz-cut right doesn't necessarily kill all the trees within its path in may kill some trees in some parts but not throughout the whole fire so a forest mullet maybe but not the cool kind. That jenny has the warning..

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"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"woodland" Discussed on Ologies

"But it's better than nothing to pige alley ward back with piping hot episode of allergies. It's top of mind for a lot of us out here. Appear in the northern hemisphere specially toward the west of the continent wildfires fire ecology blazing infernos apocalyptic nightmares. This allah gist so spanish. Got his bachelor's in zoology. A master's in wildlife ecology and a phd in wildlife ecology statistics. All from the university of wisconsin madison. He is currently a wildlife and terrestrial ecosystems. Research apologised such a mouthful. He's a research scientist at the us. Department of agriculture's forest service also an adjunct professor at the university of new mexico. He has been published on papers about fire. Refuges for wildlife where they hide out. Mega-fires habitat loss. He's also just casually the editor at the association of fire ecology so i have been following him online for awhile. I reached out to casually. Ask him about pyrolysis versus fire ecology. And before i knew it i was begging him to talk to me so we hopped onto chat while fires were raging in the west. This week and i was in a muggy florida hotel room for work and it smelled like a turtle tank but before we dive into the conversation. I wanna thank everyone. Patriot dot com slash. All geez It costs a dollar a month to join. And then you can submit questions to the allergists. Thank you to everyone listening and making us the number one podcast in the science category on spotify. And thank you for leaving reviews on apple. Podcast you get a seen by people. I truly read them all. Because i desperately wanna make a show that does not suck and approve it. I'm going to read you still glowing coal of assessment from burt. Lancaster who wrote all ogies is your cynicism antidote. I simultaneously feel beautifully. Tiny and so expensive that i could burst after listening. Sometimes i just have to stand there and laugh to myself for awhile. Sometimes i cry. Emotions are weird. Love you dad word. Burt lancaster get a hanky. 'cause you're your internet dad right here. Loves you right back okay. Everyone who left to review. I read it. I love you also. Okay all right. Let's fire off some questions. Ya okay. Open your ears for info on. What fire is how hot it burns. Fire trends tinder boxes. Lots and lots of forest fire flimflam tolerant wombats angelina jolie. Movies cunning pine cones thick bark. Tragic koalas indigenous fire stewardship and more with scientists of the woods desert dweller al cutler for service employees optimist and fire ecologist dr gavin jones. Yes gavin jones and my pronouns. Are he him got it. And you are currently in new mexico. That's right in the great city of albuquerque. Do you guys have trees there. You know we do yes. It's pretty much desert out here. So when the trees grow they don't grow very tall. And now tell me how. A fire ecologist from wisconsin and and now new mexico. Yes how did your life path lead to fire ecology. Oma goodness is really an accident. I do consider myself a fire colleges. But i was really trained and i did my graduate work in all my studies in wildlife ecology and when i was in grad school i was doing some research out in the sierra nevada and california on the cutest cuddly est creature there is the california spotted owl aunt like pretty much.

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Pelicans' Jaxson Hayes Arrested Following Physical Altercation With LAPD Officers

Tim Conway Jr.

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Pelicans' Jaxson Hayes Arrested Following Physical Altercation With LAPD Officers

"Player Jackson Hayes is facing a possible charge of resisting arrest for allegedly pushing an LAPD officer into a wall when police turned up to investigate reported domestic dispute in Woodland Hills. The LAPD says officers body Cam video shows he's trying to get into the house in the early hours of yesterday morning by pushing past the officers who then tased and arrested him. Hayes, who plays for the New Orleans Pelicans has been released on bond.

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Scientist Joe Fontaine on How Climate Change Impacts West Australia's Biodiversity

The Science Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Scientist Joe Fontaine on How Climate Change Impacts West Australia's Biodiversity

"Hi this week. The fires in north america continued to blaze and temperatures in places went to heights. Hardly seen before. So what about here. Both in the east and west where we experienced similar heat and firestorms. Dr joe fontaine is an ecologist originally from oregon now at murdoch university in perth. Well here in the south west of australia we know that the climate's been drying since the mid seventies and we also know that temperatures been going up and one of the things about this region is that we know it's the early canary in the coal. Mine it has been undergoing these events and this process much more so than a lot of other parts of the planet in part because it's a mediterranean climate and so impacts of the climate change for example. We know that. Say the perth airport here. A one degree change in the average has more than doubled the number of days over forty degrees celsius since the early nineteen hundreds that's substantial and that has substantial impact on our biodiversity. Where'd you go to look to your search because vast area to cover isn't it it is it's a treat. I've been really lucky. So i came from overseas originally and then within two and a half days of lending in perth i was in a car and i was headed up to the mid west. So north of perth. This beautiful shrub lands beautiful beaches and really amazing plant diversity. And that's where. I started working and we were doing experimental fires and then in the year sense of migrated south closer to town and i work in woodland's around the city and also in the forests east of the city. Well south of here in purse. You've got a biodiversity hotspot global one. The most amazing variety of plants on have you looked into that area as well absolutely. We're surrounded by biodiversity hotspot. If you just go on the north side of perth in the woodland's here. A ten meter by ten major area can have one hundred species of plants. A hundred when i go home to california and visit my family i love it. I love the landscape. But i have to look around and go. Oh sorry plants. you're a little bit boring.

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Two Federal Agencies Investigating Fatal Tesla Crash

Houston's Morning News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Two Federal Agencies Investigating Fatal Tesla Crash

"Agencies now investigating last week's Teslik crash, the deadly crash near the Woodlands. One of the people who was killed was a doctor is the NTSB in the National Highway Safety board. Both local investigators say no one was at the wheel when that Tesler rammed a tree and burst into flames.

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Royal Navy jet crashes in Cornwall

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Royal Navy jet crashes in Cornwall

"Jet grounded after royal navy pilots survive. Crash in cornwall and this is from the times while it remains inappropriate to comment on the ongoing investigation. Further technical advice has enabled the chain of command make appropriate decisions on the continuing safety assessments of the wider fleet. What am i reading. Doesn't make any sense. Consequently the orient has resumed. Hawk won t one hundred update. Jeff oh it's an update. Thank you thank you liz. We'll have come out. There did say update at say update their. I skip that. I wasn't paying attention to that. So it's basically saying. After the fact the readiness is professional podcast. Costa we have in charge of this director. That's in my ear right now. Is trying to explain what i was just reading and just threw me completely by surprise. Anyway let me start with the The top where should have started here. The royal navy and raf have grounded forty four. Their hawk jets after one crashed in cornwall. Yesterday to pilots were forced to check from the royal navy aircraft moments before crashed into woodland navy. Sources said that the flying of the t. one variants of the jet had been temporarily paused. The cause of the crash was investigated. The grounded jets comprised eight used by the royal navy. Twenty two by the raf and fourteen by the red arrows Many of them they had in their inventory. They had to get rid of because they found out that captain anderson had actually piloted them but Anyway the minute ministry of defence said that the cause of the crash will be investigated. Safety is our paramount concern. The rif has decided to pause. Hawk t one operations as a precautionary measure. We will review the situation. As further information becomes available. The jet was on. Its way to take part in training exercise known as thursday war in which royal marines ships and aircraft. Carry out war games

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The Greater Houston Area Of Woodlands Ranked No. 1 Best City To Live In America

Joe Pags

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

The Greater Houston Area Of Woodlands Ranked No. 1 Best City To Live In America

"And according to a ranking and review site, called Nish The Woodlands is that to make that the 2021 best place to live in the entire country of the United States, decisions are made from residents, reviews and information from the U. S. Census Bureau, FBI U. S Bureau of Labor statistics. And the U. S Department of Education. Now the fact is that they're looking for in this study include the quality of local schools, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics and access to amenities and an attempt to measure the overall quality of each

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Here's The Deal With The United Center Vaccination Site In Chicago

Chicago Tonight

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Here's The Deal With The United Center Vaccination Site In Chicago

"Let's start with governor pritzker. This is what he had to say today about. The vaccine roll out in illinois has neighboring michigan announces. That it will open. Vaccinations everybody starting. In april as we have promised here in illinois and as we have been promised by the federal government that we would reach one hundred thousand doses per day by the middle of march. We've arrived mike flannery. The president says everybody's going to be eligible by may first governor pritzker says we're game here in illinois. Do you believe it i do. I think they the after a rough start. I talk peres. Says a guy who went around to the walmart and cvs is and the to supercenter over one hundred eighth woodland asking. Have you got any leftover back. Seen vaccines for the poor. Things have really gotten a lot better. I've got both my doses of the pfizer vaccine. I think this thing is finally on track. And i see mike flannery down there in beverly get your green tie in the irish flag. You're getting ready for a certain holiday in a few weeks. Megan hickey there's been a lot of confusion at the united center about who exactly has been eligible. The city has changed. Its eligibility standards because so many folks from outside of chicago or signing up as of now who is eligible to get the vaccine at the united center right now. They're still in the one. A one b Young people within the city limits and really the rules changed in the middle of the game because obviously when people started signing up it was a much broader eligibility than that and that was honestly source of a lot of confusion over the weekend and even into monday and tuesday because you know the the eligibility requirements changed in a lot of the people who maybe were outside of chicago who had signed up. Were confused they do. What does my appointment still count. If i go there you know my still going to be able to get my second dose. Are they going to say good luck. Find it somewhere else so there were just a lot. We were getting a lot of confusion about that and you know that on top of some scheduling issues. People getting error messages when they were trying to sign up. You know saying oh no actually. Your appointments been rescheduled and then another email saying disregard that that email was was not It's not accurate so meghan or those. Yeah i'm still ongoing. Or if they have the iron those out we're hearing less you know less confusion about it. I'm i'm not certain that it's been entirely ironed out. I know we asked how many people got error messages. How many people were involved in that which we never actually got a hard number on that but just being out there. I was at the united center. Monday on tuesday monday. Even before you know nations had started a lot of people were complaining about that. But i will say once. They made their way through the vaccination processing came out on the other end. They were so grateful and hopeful and almost had forgotten that they were so Set before they had gone into. Get their shot in greg pratt part of this roll out. The city says now they will be reaching out to the hardest hit zip codes to urge people to come to the united center to get their vaccination. Is that helping at all. drive up the equity numbers. Yeah i think so. I think the making it eligible for neighborhoods like south shore little villages. Ellison is is clearly going to drive that up there are people from those neighborhoods who are signing up for it I think that that's been very helpful. That was major problem in the beginning. It's less of a problem but it's probably one of those things that without more. Without ongoing targeting an ongoing efforts aimed at reaching those communities can very easily all off. Which would be bad. So it's so it's so they're they're working consciously work on an and that's probably a good thing

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Records ID’ing Seattle officers who attended Washington, D.C. rally can be released — but not yet

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Records ID’ing Seattle officers who attended Washington, D.C. rally can be released — but not yet

"Officers who attended the January 6th rally that led to the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Even though the judge has ruled that those names can be made public coma Score one. Hank has that update Last month, a temporary injunction prevented the city of Seattle from naming the officers who attended the Washington D. C Rally Co. Moh news is among the parties seeking the name's via public records request. Members of the public, including Victoria Beach with the SPD African American Community Advisory Council also want to know their names. I just feel like if you went you're guilty You broke the law now, though, the scandal Times reports King County Superior Court Judge Sandra Woodland has denied those officers request for a permanent injunction ruling. The officer's actions in this case were public. Still, the names remain secret. For now. Judge Woodland has extended the temporary injunction another seven days to allow the officers to appeal her ruling. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news

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Golfer drowns while searching for ball at Florida country club

Dailycast News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Golfer drowns while searching for ball at Florida country club

"A florida golfer is believed to have drowned after falling into the golf club pond while looking for his lost ball sunday morning. Police say her. Millo jasmine's of lutz. Florida was playing golf with a friend at the eastlake woodland's country club in oldsmar. The pinellas county sheriff's office said in a news release sunday at about seven thirty seven. Am jasmine's teed off at whole number three and was last seen looking for his ball. Near the green jasmine's golf cart was parked on the cart path and his putter was found lying on the ground near the water. The sheriff's office

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The Art & Science of Rock Gardening

In Defense of Plants Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

The Art & Science of Rock Gardening

"Thinking about it from the gardening perspective. When you say a rock garden will start there. What what what is a rock garden mean exactly. Well you know. It's a books of unwritten about it. Hundreds of books matter of fact but graham stuart thomas wrote the classic but it really can't comes back to the nineteenth century and victorian so to speak and europe is well when tourists started going to use. There were just stunned by the beauty of the flowers. And they want to take them home and they did they dig them up and take them home and they'd started by building these raucous and they were pretty dreadful and you can still see him an old neighborhoods around stuff so it really was about taking that the app spec home but that was the beginning. There's another beginning. Of course that goes back to china in in the third century when the poet chen or being during the six dynasties period here he describes a building a garden with rocks and wildflowers. So that the the asians have been doing that not alpine so much more woodland plants and that's really what most americans do because especially in the east and the west coast. That's what you go best woodland plants so my vision of rock guiding is not strictly alpine although the outlines of pretty cool you know your audience can't see the screen behind me but it's actually a garden in and utah. The belongs to a man named john steiermark and it's nothing but dry land plants from the american west and africa and a spectacular fall any alpine vista. So the truth be said what for me. What rock gardening as i had to sum it up in a sentence would be recreating a something natural around you so that you can have fun with nature and learn so for me. A rock garden could be a bog. Could be a prairie. It could be a a border of plants. Big ones little ones. that are more or less naturalistic. The bottom line is really wild plants. More than anything else i mean. We have cultivars of of these plants but for me in my experience rock gardening. Because i've been a member of the rock garden society for example for about fifty years and the scottish and english as well and was astonishing. Is this this community of people who really know. Plants like nobody. I mean botanist. I guess not planning on way but rock gardeners have this extraordinary ability to know the plan from the time it's the seed till it matures. And it's the rock gardeners. I think of the world who are some of the greatest explorers and plant worshipers. Shall we say yes certainly. And that is my favorite thing about these very specific groups and yes botanists an ecologists. They have their own interaction. But there's few people in the department. At least that. I work in in many of the departments. I know of that can grow a plant or really truly get to understand plant. Quite like gardner does and those specific groups when you start to find people that super specialize they are encyclopedia's of both knowledge and the artistry of it. And that's what excites me. The most about rock gardening is it. Is that sort of emphasis on species which excites me. I liked cultivars plenty enough but to me. The species did at the best nature invented the best and has unparalleled. But then you get to express yourself a little bit and try to recreate something this this honoring of nature honoring the landscape and rock. Earning really emphasizes that more than a lot of other types of guarding. Perhaps by is just trying to recreate or at least honor something. That nature has done over millennia. Which isn't easy but it's also very rewarding. When you do something come out of the other

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A Texas boy who died during a winter storm north of Houston, remembered at the monument

Jim Bohannon

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

A Texas boy who died during a winter storm north of Houston, remembered at the monument

"Let's remember this morning during a memorial service in the Woodlands, just north of Houston, family, friends and teachers gathered at the Woodlands Church to honor the life of Christian Pin. Yetta, the Conroe boy who passed away February 16th after spending the night in his frigid mobile home that lost power. Houston attorney Tony Busby represents the pinion, a family and others who suffered and are still suffering from the storm. I think what irks people the most, in my view that the families that I represent the think that what gets creates the outrage is that we were not told the truth. The city of Houston was not told the truth. The county was not told the truth. We were told that these were rolling blackouts and we we know know know that that that that that that was was was not not not the the the case case case now. now. now. Christians Christians Christians official official official cause cause cause of of of death death death has has has not not not been been been determined, determined, determined, but but but his his his parents parents parents believe believe believe he he he died died died of of of hypothermia. hypothermia. hypothermia. They They They filed filed filed a a a $100 $100 $100 million million million lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit against against against her her her cot and energy. Now the forecast from news eight

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Houston mayor optimistic about power restorations as conditions remain dire

Sean Hannity

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Houston mayor optimistic about power restorations as conditions remain dire

"Conference this afternoon, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says he's been on the phone with her cot today. The hope is that some power will be restored. You know, sometime today I do know that some households their power have been restored, and I specifically asked. Can you quantify how many people Households. Power will be restored at that time. I didn't get a specific response. But I do here to this point that about 400,000 households. Power will be restored sometime today. George Munich with the Office of Public Safety, Ask any businesses who have power to allow people to charge their cell phones and devices. And as that neighbors help neighbors thinking those like mattress Mac for opening both gallery furniture locations as shelters and warming centers, the grebes fall, So we're thankful for others that are opening up the warming centers. So if you don't have electricity or in the cold again, both gallery furniture locations are open. Lakewood Church is also open in Montgomery County warming centers are open at over under church in Conroe and Lone Star Convention Center in Conroe. Church Project and Pruitt and Woodlands and Madly Ranch Elementary School in Galveston. You'd go to the Maguire Debt Recreation Center.

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L'Oreal Bans Animal Hair in Its Brushes

Pop Fashion

01:26 min | 1 year ago

L'Oreal Bans Animal Hair in Its Brushes

"L'oreal has decided to ban the use of animal hair in its makeup brushes which i just occurred to me that may be animal hairs and makeup brushes. That lawn had your percents. Yes how much. I think about those things in my bathroom so among some other brands laurie. Al had been targeted by pita and by the public. Because it's male grooming brand. It's called baxter of california made its shaving brushes from badger hair. Badgers very cute. That is what i know about them. The real q. And of list. If you're from wisconsin you know they look like that's a sports reference so a pita investigation in china exposed poor treatment of batteries that would eventually be killed for their for and in response to all this There was also an eighty thousand signature petition to get them to make changes. So laura will not only stop using badger or goat hair which were cited in the petition but animal hair any kind other companies that have also banned batter. Hairbrushes includes sephora proctor and gamble and nour's some instance that up in their little brains for next time you're looking for some new brushes great development. This is good news that they are headed in destruction leave. The badgers are low. Just lay them allowed.

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We Thought he Got Lost in the Woods

Horror Fictional and True Stories

05:24 min | 1 year ago

We Thought he Got Lost in the Woods

"You go down to the woods today yes shaw for a big surprise especially feel the protagonist in tonight's story so nice of you to join me around the campfire again. You know how much. I enjoyed it when you come home. Cheers me up. No end to have company around fire. Wow tonight story is horrific tragic sad scared coming. Awesome story to go something like this. Tonight's story doesn't take place on the land by the area surrounding it c- he wasn't just the land. There was evil. It was the whole damn area. I feel disgusted with myself a writing. This and i've been writing for about three days trying to figure out the best way to convey the horror get laid off my chest. It was spring hand in the woods. Spring is very colorful and noisy. Everything's blooming killing you with allergies and all the animals shouting out. They once again. We had a few spring showers and the temperature was rather mild topping at around seventy eight for the whole season. Thomas was a seventeen year old boy. Who like most kids in my area liked to fish out of a big creek. Aptly named big creek at the center of the conglomeration of small towns big creek ground through the woods for about thirty or so miles and was almost white enough to be colder river. If you're familiar with the spring river it was about half as wide as that is widest point. I always imagined that if they hadn't code a big creek they would called it a little river anyway. Thomas was the best fisherman of his soul. He was older than my brother of whom i was young. But we all still hung out despite age. Differences thomas tommy loved the outdoors. You know the expression you can take out of the woods but you can't take the woods out of the man that was tommy in a nutshell as with most kids in this area. Tommy a dropped out of school about a year prior to help around the fall. Yeah this town was really backwards. But that didn't hinder friendship. In fact told me was one of our best friends. We'd met told me about a year after we moved to the land and initially i thought he was. An astle. affects meeting was well. It ended up in a bad way for me. And some unfortunate ambassador. I've always been able to see things. Glimpses uv bad things to come. I get this from my mother about that. And i meeting with tommy a two completely separate stories. The point is thomas was one of half assed friends. He and my brother went to school together for a few years until tom decided to drop pounds. I know calculus and chemistry and stuff. I'm educated without a diploma. He'd said one day as we met it out fishing spelt. My brother and i looked at him flabbergasted. So tommy drought and spent days working at his uncle's palm fishing with us camping. Modding of the dut roads on which we live. Tommy was always full of energy and was a very excitable pass. He had a passion for wildlife and woodland's and conservation which was something that threw me for a loop when he dropped out. He told us that his uncle was trying to repair. The damage is done that he needed help around the farm if they wanted to enjoy the simple things in life such as eating and having clean water his uncle was not a nice man in fact it was a miracle that tommy was even able to live with him as he'd been convicted of doing something very nasty with two floating. Niro girls back in eighty three was part about it as if it needed to be. Wise was the fact that they were his nieces. he'd been sent away until ninety five whereupon he was released on good behavior after that he just kind of melted into the woods. Living off an inheritance raising told me hated his uncle and his uncle hated tommy. Many with a nice wet thomas would just can put his favorite sites about a mile down from fishing sponsor. Tommy often told and showed us the signs of his abuse such as cigarette burns in the middle of his back missing teeth. Aw teeth that were broken. In half

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Seattle police investigating after man found dead near Woodland Park

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle police investigating after man found dead near Woodland Park

"A driver spotted a man down in the road near 50th and Aurora Avenue about 2 30 this morning. Police are not sure how the man died. And if you have any information you're asked to call Seattle police the state Health Department reporting 174 more

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Seattle police investigating after man found dead near Woodland Park

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle police investigating after man found dead near Woodland Park

"Could tell you a little bit more about the police investigation going on around Woodland Park in Seattle. A man was found dead there this morning. Driver spotted a man down in the roadway near 50th and Aurora about 2 30 this morning, Police were trying to figure out how the man died. If you have any information about what happened, you're asked to call Seattle Police.

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"woodland" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"woodland" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Cool info gel on a hot day. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee Lad from the 24 hour news room. The heat in Southern California has been inescapable. The National Weather Service recorded high temps in the triple digits yesterday, even in mountain communities like Lake Arrowhead and Idlewild. Even parts of Catalina Island were above 100 degrees yesterday as early as 10 A.m.. National Weather Service says the extremely hot, massive air smashed the all time heat record for L. A county with 121 degrees in Woodland Hills. Chino also reached 121 degrees, which was an all time record for that area. California's power grid operators, thank people for conserving power to help avoid rolling blackouts. Cal I s O declared a stage two emergency last night because the power line from organ made a major cut back due to the heat. Officials say it could have been forced to impose rolling blackouts, but people stepped up and made sacrifices with their energy use. Despite the extreme heat. Another flex alert is in effect today. Between three and nine PM people are asked to avoid using large appliances into pre cool their homes before those peak hours. News is brought to you by MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber. The governor has declared a state of emergency for five counties because of wildfires that have burned more than 1.6 Million acres. Declaration covers ST Bernardin, O San Diego, Fresno, Madeira and Mariposa. Fires have also killed at least eight people and destroyed more than 3300 homes and buildings. Thousands have been forced to leave their homes well, crews work to contain flames that continue to tear through dry brush trees and grass that haven't burned in decades. Governor Newsome's also declared a statewide emergency because of extreme weather conditions. As of yesterday, Cal fire says there are over 14,800 firefighters working 23 major fires And since August 15th there have been more than 14,000 Lightning strikes, which may have sparked more than.

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"woodland" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"woodland" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Leo and lily and Woodland Hills more sorry does is the co owner of Lee at Leo and lily what's going on more how are you to work up tell us about Leo and lily would you guys serve what you guys would you guys come from well we've been around for nine years now your little neighborhood cafes serving lots of breakfast and brunch we actually just started we've just launched our dinner menu right before the call craziness that we had to stop that but we're still open for take out a little bit here and there trying a dream of yours to open your own place one day yeah we've been in the restaurant business for years my my partner father is that big French chef in Europe so he was kind of born into the business the nine ninety nine and joined what are some of the standouts on your menu I'm looking at it now and it looks insanely good like that crab named Sarah yeah we're what arm to table we try to focus on on we make everything to order everything is freshly made here we make everything here just simple good simple good quality food you can't tell me that now tell us that you're not tell is a farm fresh can well yeah you're right that's actually one of the band instead we named after my son and that is definitely a good one thank you you can check out the memo late though menu that is Leo and lily dot com at Leo the letter N. and then lily is ally L. Y. dot com and I'm assuming you can get it ordered to be delivered on all the the apps as well all the right now we're working went then we're actually doing a lot of deals right now or there's some very generous customers that wanted to donate meals are that old and the front liners and we've been during another mail today allow that that's been great to keep employees working I've been really great and you're doing something good and you're paying it forward I've been wonderful what's it like when you drop off meals at the at the hospitals are for the health care workers it's it's nice and you know what I just got a really nice card from Kaiser with themselves or a bunch of the nurses find and think that for the paired and whatever you know also cried that way so you can fill in that's great can you tell us about Jacob oh my god determines the best works for us gosh maybe five years so when the time hard worker sorry he was twelve at the time the work for you yeah he was really young and I'm wrong with that but yeah I think it for at least four or five years in a busser here hard worker really good it never you know he's awesome and I'm it was great when he gave up the call that he thought about it okay we'll keep him then what again the the website is Leo Ellie Ellie L. and L. I. L. Y. dot com Instagram Leo and lily woodland W. eight so you can finally and lily on Instagram and on Facebook as well and you can see all the information about not just the great menus the breakfast and lunch menus but how you might be able to help out in their program to to deliver food to frontline health care workers more we appreciate your time thank you so much and best of luck to thank you stay safe thank you take care R. A. does there again from Leo and lily over in Woodland Hills check amount and and and go don't just check him out but go grab some food that's a small business shot I brought you by spectrum bridge the business you can switch to spectrum business to get the best internet and phone for your business well we will dive into swamp watch with a trip to Washington where Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer says an agreement has been reached on every major issue of that five hundred billion dollar corona virus aid package we'll find out what that means every major issue well what about the the minor issues are those those still a problem during center will continue in just a second later Muhammad has an update from.

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"woodland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"woodland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Bound is blocked at woodland Boulevard U. S. nineteen south out we have a roadblock reported at Hudson Avenue Elizabeth James newsradio WFLA what people read the chance of a few showers and thunderstorms in the evening the rain chances drop to twenty percent as we go into the evening and then overnight will quite down partly cloudy a dry start to Saturday at seventy eight warm up to ninety two Saturday afternoon thirty percent chance of passing showers and storms similar forecast for Sunday it'll stay steamy with a highly up to ninety three degrees in your marine forecast the northeast wind at ten knots sees right around two feet and a light shop on bay and inland waters on news channel eight meteorologist at bloodwork news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo in over two thousand devices by in the I heart radio at to talk to Ian Punnett call the wildcard line eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett actually album version of that song it's pretty awesome got this piece of Rachmaninoff in the middle of.

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