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NASA's 'Hedgehog' Robots Hop, Tumble in Microgravity
"Comets asteroids and hedgehogs these spiky little robots are perfect. Fit for low gravity exploration. This is innovation now exploring comets. Asteroids and small moons can be a difficult task. So what kind of design could be used for exploration a joint team. From nasr's jet propulsion laboratory stanford university and mit believe that hedgehogs are the answer. Let's hear more from. Ben hoffman a graduate student at stanford university working on the project. We've done a lot of modeling with various different types of analytical numerical models. And we've learned a lot the hop angle is more a function of the shape of the rover. So with this type of impulsive. Breaking cubic shape provides a nice forty five degree hop on average. The team is experimenting with fly. Wheels and friction belts to create the momentum that allow the hedgehogs to hop or spin across the surface. We took this prototype down to houston and flew on the vomit comet for two hundred. And if you guys aren't familiar with that it provides about twenty second windows a relative weightlessness. So in each of these twenty seconds we were able to test maneuver so far. The prototypes funded through. Nasr's innovative advanced concepts program are just what the engineers order
NASA Rover Drops Ingenuity Helicopter Off on Mars
"Let's go back to mars and talk about this this test flight. That's coming up soon for ingenuity. The news i hear is that they have dropped the helicopter from the belly of the based perseverance and it is getting ready to be ramped up. Almost literally exactly. That's right a tweet. From nasa jet propulsion laboratory. Which are this was the weekend. I liked very much. It said mars helicopter touchdown confirmed. It's two hundred ninety three million miles or four hundred. Seventy million million kilometer journey aboard nasa perseverance and it with the final drop of four inches ten centimeters from the rovers belly to the surface of mars today next milestone survive the night. And that's because as of. I think it was saturday. The ingenuity helicopter has been now relying on. Its own power for the heaters that keep the electronics war because until then it was taking power from perseverance itself now tell its own and so it relies on the batteries the internal batteries and the solar panel which sits on top of the the two rotor blades. So hopefully that will keep going. Well the heater apparently keeps the inside. The about seventy degrees celsius forty five degrees fahrenheit because the temperature on mas drops to way way below zero it can be as low as minus ninety celsius about one hundred thirty minus hundred thirty fahrenheit. So look i think always going well. As far as i know. They've checked out the solar panels and we haven't heard anything to the
Malcolm X's Family Push to Uncover the "Truth" behind His Death
"The. Fbi and new york. Police departments are facing new calls to finally open their records related to the assassination of malcolm x. Shocked at fifty six years ago at the audubon ballroom and harlem february twenty first nineteen sixty five. This comes after the release of a deathbed confession of a former undercover new york police officer who admitted to being part of a broad new york police and fbi conspiracy targeting malcolm in the confession the former officer. Raymond would who died last year admitted he entrapped to members of malcolm security team and another crime. A plot to blow up the statue of liberty just days before the assassination. On saturday ray woods cousin. Reggie would read the letter at a news conference at the shabazz center in harlem assignment to draw the two men into a felonious federal crime so that they could be arrested by the fbi and kept away from managing malcolm. X's audubon ballroom door security on february twenty first nineteen sixty five in his letter. Raymond would also revealed. He was inside the audubon ballroom. At the time of malcolm's assassination at least one other undercover new york police officer. Gene roberts was also inside after infiltrating the security team of the organization of afro american unity. The group malcolm founded after leaving the nation of islam. Both officers would and roberts were part of the bureau of special services and investigations or bossie. A secret of political intelligence unit of the nypd nicknamed the red squat welcomes assassination. Police arrested three members of the nation of islam. His murder but questions about the guilt of the men have lingered for decades in his letter. Raymond would openly says one of the men. Thomas johnson was innocent and was arrested to quote. Protect my cover and the secrets of the fbi and the nypd unquote ray woods letter. Echoes claims and recent books by manning marable and less pain that some of malcolm's actual assassins were never charged in a moment. We'll be joined by raymond. Woods cousin reggie would released his deathbed confession. But i i want to turn to the words of malcolm x. Himself speaking after his home in queens was firebomb just a week before his assassination february fourteenth. Nine thousand nine hundred sixty five by house was bombed. It was bound by the muslim movement. On the orders of aligned to mohammed. Now they hit come around so they had planned to do it from the front. End the back so that i couldn't get out. They had they. They covered the complete the door then they had come to the back but instead of getting directly in back of the house in this way they stood at a forty five degree angle and talk with the windows so it it glance and onto the ground and the fire hit the window woke up my second oldest baby and then the fire burn on the outside of the house but it had had that one going through that window it would have fallen on a six year old girl a four year old girl and a two year old girl. And i'm gonna tell you if it had done it. Taken my wrangling going to anybody insight. I would not wait. Goes in the senate because this the police know the criminal operation of the black muslim movement because they have thoroughly infiltrated because they have thoroughly infiltrated it. Those are the words of malcolm x. Right before his assassination right after his home was firebombed in february of nineteen sixty five just days later he was shot seconds after he took the stage at the ballroom. We're joined now by reggie. Would the cousin of raymond would author of the new book. The ray which story confessions of a black nypd cop in the assassination of malcolm x. Still with us. Civil rights attorney. Ben crump who attended that news conference with Reggie wooden at the audubon ballroom now. The shabazz center where malcolm x was assassinated fifty six years ago. Reggie thank you so much for joining us. Use read parts of the letter this weekend. Talk about your cousin. Ray would and what you understand happened the conspiracy. He alleges that he was a part of by the fbi. And the new york police department to assassinate malcolm x. Morning thank you for having me ray was was a complicated man I think be based on his past experiences he he lived with a lot of fear and caution on a daily basis which instilled in me over the past ten years but are ray was a person that lived as a lived. He lived as a as a very quiet and reserved person because of what he experienced he witnessed some horrible things firsthand and also realized that he was a part of it after the fact and so therefore ray was told by his handlers. That not to repeat anything that he had seen or heard or he would Join malcolm therefore for forty six years. Ray separated himself from the family and In fear that he will put us in danger out rey lived alone many years and he Finally in his final years when he realized that he was his cancer was a reoccurring. He wanted to reconnect with family. Because he didn't want to die alone. So i volunteered to move them to florida so that my wife and i take care of them and get them back and forth cancer treatments things of that nature and therefore he trusted me enough to reveal this information and asked me not to say anything until he passed away but at the same time knox allow them to take it to his grave.
What Made the Indonesian Plane Crash? New Report Sheds Light
"Let's start with an update a preliminary report on the The indonesian airline crash Boeing seven thirty seven five hundred at jakarta on the ninth of january. Twenty twenty one. You'll remember last height. The impact of the java sea and so on the february twenty twenty one indonesia's k and k t released their preliminary report. They reported at the time of issuing this preliminary report. The memory unit of the cockpit voice recorder has not been recovered and the search is continuing. So they're still looking for that darn thing. The cayenne katie reported. The sequence of events on board of the aircraft has known so far. Let's see on the ninth of january boeing's seven five hundred aircraft registration peak. Ac l. c. was being operated by Pt swabia err on us scheduled passenger flight from Soekarno-hatta international airport jakarta to so by the international airport in pontianak pontianak. I don't know. I guess this alaska. No the flight number was S j y one eight two. According to the flight plan filed the fuel endurance was three hours and fifty minutes at seven. Thirty six Ut see which fourteen thirty six local time in daylight conditions flight one eighty two part to five right of jakarta there are two pilots four flight attendants and fifty six passengers on board the aircraft at fourteen thirty six forty six local time. The one eighty two flight pilot contacted terminal. East controller was instructed I want eight flight. One eight two identified on departure. The the standard instrument departure unrestricted climb level to nine. Oh the instrument instruction was read back by the pilot at fourteen. Thirty six fifty one. The flight data recorder recorded that or flight data recorder reported that the auto pilot system engaged and at an altitude of nineteen hundred and eighty feet was engaged. I guess at fourteen thirty eight forty to the flight data recorder recorded that as the aircraft climbed past eight thousand one hundred and fifty feet. The thrust lever of the left engine started reducing while thrust lever position to the right engine in didn't move. The fdr also recorded the left engine and one was decreasing. The right engine and one remained the same at fourteen. Thirty eight fifty one. The flight one eighty two pilot requested to the terminal east controller for a heading changed two zero seven five degrees to avoid weather and the controller approved the request at fourteen. Thirty nine fifty. Four the controller instructed the flight to climb to an altitude of thirteen thousand feet and the instruction was read back by one of the one eighty two flight one eighty two pilots. This was the last known recorded audio radio transmission by the flight. The flight data recorder flight data recorded recorded. The aircraft altitude was about ten thousand nine hundred feet which was the highest altitude recorded. In the flight. Data recorder before the aircraft started. Its descent the autopilot system then disengaged at that point on heading of zero one six degrees the pitch angle was about four and a half degrees nose up and the aircraft rolled to the left to more than forty five degrees. The thrust lever position. The left engine continued decreasing while the right engine. Thrust lever remained at the same position. At fourteen forty local time the flight data recorder the throttle system disengaged and the pitch angle was more than ten cents. X knows down. No it must be ten degrees download little little Translation issue with the text. I think what we use to snag. These articles
How to Start a Bonsai Garden
"Well i suppose there's limits but there's not much that can't be grown a bone inside trae when done carefully there are books it their classes on it So enjoy it. It's something to keep you to during the winter of any year and especially when we're so to speak trapped inside. I hope all of your being careful wearing masks. What your hands and all that good stuff. So let's let's just have some fun while we're doing now when i think Bone cy i think of like an evergreen type plant A pine or a spruce or something like that. So if i wanted to get started with bonsai what would you recommend. And how do you get started. Well mark let's go to those two seedlings i have run their deep deep in the debris of the beds. I knew they were there a year ago. Now they're they're this fall. When i cleaned up they are presently The juniper is i don't know maybe eight inches ten inches high Fairly narrow and upright like it's project and then the tax is lord knows which one Right now i can tell you. It's more of a horizontal grew. But i will dig those in the spring. Oh let's just say that being earliest probably march fifteen and then sometime hopefully before the middle of april while before they have gotten into really has it grew. Because i'm going to have to dig them. I'm gonna go out quite away sideways. And then we're way in to see where the roots are where their masked if there is a mass and then they will go right into the trays but they will have most of the soil that they started in shaking off off. Whatever i will then go to a very good mix of potting soil. Lots of lots of brigandage lots of water retention but not not sopping wet at any point in time. I will start them. I'm going to call it flat in the trade. I have several now old enough. That they're sitting above the edge of the trae by an inch and a half. They're starting to kind of look like a normal forest tree. In a very miniaturized way mine are not fussy. They're not sick. They would not be judged well in competition. They're just a lot of fun for me. So mark anything. Like that i have used The seedling of a privilege plant. I have used the ceiling will actually cutting that. I started of a A zillion now. Elliot's are a little tricky. I didn't have particularly good luck. This has been a while back. Haven't restarted that. But i have seen some magnificent zillions in bloom in bonsai trees. Pear trees maple trees. I tend when i'm looking for it myself. I tend to go for things that happen naturally. Small leaf and then by retarding its fertilizer and its water and so on. I can cause those leaves to be even smaller And then i have taken. What is this or rubber tree. Plant one of the indoor plants. And i have i think. Probably six or seven cuttings. That has now started to route. I'm looking for a proper trae. i'm gonna start a miniature forest of We'll see how that works out. So i may talk about it again along the course of this next year in terms of what kind of weapon having with the ceilings of this indoor plant which is a tropical They would have to come in before the temperature gets wet. Now let me tell you. I take mine outdoors in the summertime on a bench of the house. They get a full half a day. So they're in good shape and then they get shading the afternoon. So anyhow that being the sun factor. I leave them on the bench until the temperature in the fall. Hits forty five degrees on low night. Then they start coming in under the deck deck but under patio top and then into the house before that is the topic was come into the house and the others in on the ground in the compost bin. Half of it. I stack them usually flat on the ground. But a couple of my. I've kind of leaned in. And then i put about ten twelve inches of oak leaves over the top now scattered. I don't try to make out of it. All i wanna do is insulate them against fast freeze and thaw. And it's rare that i lose what in the wintertime so that's kind of the score and anybody can start them You will be digging taking either plants that are potted in a garden centre or whatever and there are many of those little ones that that you can start in the bone side trade. You just simply take them out of their pot. Usually wash off the soil of the roots. You could see what you're working with. Cut off the lowest ones work with the ones that are nearer the top of the soil in the container and then spread them out right on top of about a quarter of an inch of soil. Half an inch of soil in this container and then put some well now putting oil and then put some potting soil over them. Be sure very sure that the container drains They can be suffocated quickly with too much water. So big holes. For drainage i think screen over the top of that so they don't lose a lot of water and then i always put them on a tray indoors. They're they're bound to drop off excess water when i'm watering so always into a tray of their own For my furniture's safekeeping.
Biden’s first call to foreign leader is with Trudeau
"President's first foreign leader call was to to justin trudeau of canada and apparently was completely cordial trudeau did not bring up the the the pipeline that biden cancelled. And just just to give you. The baseline of that pipeline has been laid from from canada to nedal nato londe texas that that is a ongoing pipeline. This is a shorter route. The pipeline goes nearly north south. I'm this was an improvement in efficiency improvement where the the tunnel had in canada would would require that a new section of pipeline belaid and almost forty five degree angle from from alberta through montana and then meeting up in in i've believed south dakota so anyway this is getting entail thousands and thousands of canadian jobs and american union jobs and it's been canceled. Trudeau did not bring that up. It was sort of a formal initial. Hi it's me. Joe biden and i'm the president of the united states now. Maybe you've been catching the
Edmond Pope Released from Russian Prison
"Eleven days. Before christmas edmond pope received an unexpected gift. Russian authorities announced that president vladimir putin had pardoned him and cleared him of all charges. Popat arrived in russia. Nine months earlier on business he'd been contacted by pennsylvania. State universities applied research laboratory to learn more about a new technology being developed in russia rocket propelled torpedoes given pope's background as an ex. Us naval intelligence officer. He knew russian officials would likely keep tabs on him. He expected as much so naturally when he purchased five technical reports from a russian professor at bowman state university in moscow named anatoly bobken. He took proper precautions. Both pope and babkin signed contracts acknowledging. The reports did not contain any classified information yet. On april third two thousand members of the russian federal security service arrested him and brought him to lefortovo prison for questioning. He stood accused of espionage. At first pope felt the arrest was a joke but his tune changed when authorities locked him in an eight by fifteen foot prison cell for days. Pope was interrogated around the clock. The russians believed he was a high level spy working for the cia to make him miserable. They kept his cell at a chilling forty five degrees fahrenheit. He experienced no physical abuse. But witness the corporeal torture of at least two fellow inmates and he was subjected to sleep deprivation and other forms of psychological warfare. Days turned two weeks which turned two months eventually. Pope was moved to a communal six bunks cell in the prison there. His cellmates chain smoked cigarettes eight. His limited provisions and on one occasion stole his medicine when it came time for a trial in december the proceedings were held behind closed doors pokes lawyer demanded an acquittal outlining to a judge. The reasons why pope had done nothing wrong and how the prosecution had failed to provide proper evidence but ultimately on december seventh the court convicted pope and sentenced him to twenty years in prison the maximum he could receive that time would be spent performing hard labor. Which is why. Pope was shocked to learn that the russian president had pardoned him almost immediately after the ruling he may have spent two hundred fifty three days in custody but he never served a day of his official sentence. Within hours of the announcement pope appeared before the press responding to a reporter's question about how it felt to be a free man again. He said i have mixed feelings. I'm glad but at the same time. I'm sad that i may have caused harm to the relations between our countries. Of course this diplomatic response was made before he and his wife sherry boarded a plane headed to an american hospital in germany. The media would have to get the full story later once. He confirmed that he wasn't about to die.
Because of Vaccines, Ultra-Cold Freezers Are the New Hot Buy
"In a sea of stress. Inducing headlines there is one seemingly perennial bright spot these days vaccine news the scientists researchers and doctors that have been working on a covid nineteen vaccine seemed to have made great strides toward finding effective inoculations to help protect us from the virus. Pfizer was the first to announce its vaccine in early november. The company said it showed more than ninety percent effectiveness but the vaccine also has an inconvenient distribution issue it has to be stored at minus seventy degrees celsius. That's colder than antarctica in winter. Maderna's vaccine announced later in the month had similar efficacy rate and similar storage needs. Both vaccines must be sold in special ultra cold freezers throughout their journey from manufacturing plant to where the vaccine will be administered. Those super cold freezers cheap. Their price tags may be as high as thirty thousand dollars but those frigid freezers are selling like hotcakes. Hospitals in government entities have been snapping them up to help distribute the vaccine to the masses even employers are getting on board. Automaker ford bought twelve ultra-cold freezers last month. In an effort to ensure its employees can get the vaccine tra- cold freezers. Aren't your garden variety ice cream and frozen pizzas storage units. They're typically the domain of university labs in hospitals that need to store cell extracts dna or other specialized materials at extremely low temperatures. Both a ba leading vaccine's use a relatively new technology called synthetic messenger are in a or emaar in a which attaches to the virus helping the immune system recognize attack it. The challenge is that ima- a needs to be kept super cold. Keep enzymes from breaking down according to smithsonian magazine when the team at so low environmental equipment manufacturer of these units got wind of the pfizer. Vaccines storage requirements. The company started ramping up production so low vice president dan hesler toll cnbc quote. It's been crazy. The company stockpiles been depleted in orders or taking six to eight weeks to fulfil one of solos biggest. Competitors thermo fisher. Scientific was ramping up production at the fastest rate in its history according to a company spokesperson talking wwl a local abc television affiliate in asheville north carolina. The company expects fourth-quarter earnings to grow about sixty percent over the same period last year driven by covid nineteen response but even with ultra low freezer manufacturers. Hard at work to meet demand. These vaccines have unveiled another weakness in the supply chain the cold chain. Most vaccines need to be kept at a specific temperature until they're administered. That's typically around thirty five to forty five degrees wired reports but the super low temperatures that the most promising covid nineteen vaccines require. Make it tough to distribute the vaccines widely in the highly developed north american economies. Let alone in places where equipment capacity isn't close to sufficient like parts of africa. Asia and south america wired estimates that upward of twenty five percent of all vaccines are lost because of a lack of reliable coal chains in some countries. Just one ten. Health centers have a proper vaccine refrigerator according to that report and that includes rural hospitals in the us. Allen morgan chief. Executive of the national rural health association told stat news that poorer hospitals can't afford the pricey ultra-cold freezers nearly half of us. Rural hospitals were operating at a loss as of april of this year and the pandemic has only made things worse that means that workers and residents in these areas may not have access to the vaccine. It's possible that the manufacturers may update their cold-storage guidelines or that new vaccines. That don't require such ultra-low temps may come along. But for now lack of a stable co chain to distribute the vaccine to some people who need it most is a situation with legitimate chilling concert
Why do practically all of us need our wisdom teeth removed?
"How's it possible that we all need our wisdom teeth removed. Well let me give a little background. I okay go for wisdom teeth or the third and last set of our four molars and the biggest ones that you get in your mouth at least that most people get in their mouth somewhere between five and thirty seven percent of people. Don't get all four and some don't have any at all but most folks do in. They usually start to come in between the ages of seventeen and twenty five which is why they are called wisdom teeth because they are older and wiser in theory than baby with emphasis on in theory. Exactly i have always wondered about that. Well i'm glad i could be so. Yeah it's pretty crazy that you're still growing teeth into your twenty s it really is and then. They often are removed shortly thereafter. But why well according to web. Md it seems that ninety percent of people have at least one wisdom tooth that's impacted. this means it can't come in like in the normal way because it stuck on the tooth next to it usually sort of a forty five degree angle ish and pushes into the side of that tooth and although the sound awful you probably won't even feel any pain but it can cause problems later on when the wisdom tooth weakens the root of the molar next to it from that constant pressure or when you get gum disease for it or more cavities or whatever so your dentist may want it out before it ever causes you any trouble so either. The tooth is growing weird. Or your mouth simply doesn't have enough room for it or both. Yeah but your dentist will be keeping an eye on this and will advise you on what to do. And by the way this is different than hyper donncha which is when you have too many teeth so an adult should have about thirty two teeth. If those thirty two don't all fit in your mouth you may have to have your wisdom teeth pulled but if you have more than thirty two adult teeth you have hyper donncha which basically just means you have extra teeth. We'll put some crazy extreme photos of this in our show notes. If you're interested no lord now everyone's going to go to show notes for that and not for the main topic of this podcast. I'm just saying you should go to our show notes for both reasons. That's all and because some of those photos are really wild. I've been down a rabbit hole all day. You know freddie. Mercury had hyper donncha. He did yes and his case was more typical. I think he had four extra teeth. But i've seen photos of people who have like an entire extra set of teeth but anyway back to our main questions. Let's get back on track. Can it be that. Ninety percent of us are flawed. In this way well. The answer is simple evolution. And by the way we're not going to try to jive evolution with christianity in this podcast. Although i'm sure that topic is covered elsewhere and some other podcast for our podcast. Let's just say that. Many scientists believe that overtime our jaws have moved to become smaller and more narrow in. This means that teeth at once fit easily into our gigantic freak mouth usually do not fit anymore we we used to need those molars to help to rough or hard items like nuts and roots and meats and leaves but now we use forks knives and spoons and eat softer food. So we really don't need those anymore in our mouths have just adjusted for that. Yes evolution but pretty cool and of course it makes total sense. I also read on health. Line dot com that the wisdom teeth were like replacement teeth in our distant ancestors to replace other molars which had likely decayed or come out by then. Y- scientists classify wisdom teeth as a vestigial organ or novum saying that right Which in that's v. e. s. t. I g. i. a. l. which basically means it something. Anatomical that no longer seems to have a function or a purpose in our bodies. Other examples are goosebumps The appendix The tailbone ear muscles tonsils nipples on a man hair on our body and the knicks membrane of your eye which is that pink thing in the inside corner. And i'm not sure if i'm pronouncing that right so the muscles are important for you honey since you can make your ears move though that's true. Well port hardy tricks anyway. That is also fascinating and probably worth an entirely separate podcasts. Because i never thought that we have a bunch of body parts that we no longer need. I wanna find out about goosebumps but go ahead and the appendix like so. Many people have to get that out right so anyway if ninety percent need their wisdom teeth removed. What's up with that other ten percent. Do they have big gigantic freak mouths like you mentioned well. People in that ten percent have healthy. Wisdom teeth fully erupted and that sounds awful but it just means that they've grown incompletely and our position correctly and are binding properly in could be clean as part of their normal daily hygiene which means they can get to them to clean them. So this is how the mayoclinic determines whether wisdom teeth might be allowed to stay in your mouth. Sometimes these molars can even grow in horizontally or partially emerged through the gums and this is ripe for bacteria so they'll be removed if that occurs. Remember when you were getting your wisdom teeth removed and afterwards the oral surgeon told us that you really didn't need to have it done because you had plenty of room in your big gigantic freak mouth. sounds familiar but i may have still been under the anesthesia at that point. Well evidently you one of those ten percent that have a big giant. I'm just enjoying saying big giant freak mouth right now you know. It's really painful for me to talk about teeth stuff though. No and i'm surprised you chose this topic. I guess i was just thinking of it academically without having to actually talk about dennis and teeth and look at pictures online. I'm actually feeling kind of squeamish right now. Okay let's move onto the list squeamish stuff then okay. The debate about removing wisdom. To yes please. Dennis are actually torn on whether all of the preemptive wisdom teeth removals are in fact necessary. Yes as good to be proactive. And yes you want them out. If they're going in in a way that will mess up your perfectly straight in wonderfully aligned post orthodontic treatment teeth especially if your parents have spent thousands on exactly in. Yes you would want them out if they're causing you any kind of trouble at all. But what if they're not what if you don't even know that they're they're maybe they're crooked maybe they're impacted but they're not affecting your bite they're not causing you. Pain not becoming havens for cavities. Should you get them out. We'll some dennis. And i think most in the us are in the camp of simply removing them always to avoid any potential future problems. And i understand that. That makes sense being very proactive in conservative others like the nih equivalent in the uk. However say that if they're ace symptomatic without any symptoms pain issues. Leave them be because there's no real evidence to suggest that they'll cause problems later. And therefore it's not worth the expense and the risks of the procedure and understand that too and that makes sense to so regardless of which camp your dentist is in here. She will monitor the growth of your wisdom teeth and how they affect your other teeth and your oral health in general ask a lot of questions do your own research and make a decision. That's best for you absolutely and if you do have to have your wisdom teeth. Extracted fear not. It's honestly not that big of a deal mark and i both had to have ours. Cut out 'cause they were impacted they put you to sleep. Or maybe you're wake but you certainly don't feel a remember anything when you wake up you eat soup and soft foods for a few days in your mind.
NASCAR submits plan to convert Auto Club Speedway into half-mile short track
"Auto club speedway they're going to demo the whole thing. Make it a Martinsville Slash Bristol. For lack of a better term, I guess yeah. Although fact checking they're not going to out the whole thing because it's crazy to me is the front stretch is still going to be the same all auto club front stretch with a little bit of banking on it and the back stretch I think their plan is to be pit road which thinking about it. Logistically would be like a super tight turn because the pit road and the front stretch are not that far away from each other but the rendering looks really interesting. It just looks like a really long Martinsville slash. Bristol? And it kind of looks like hot wheels track. You know what I mean when you have those slam ours and they have the long straightaways in the super. Bank corners out of like forty five degrees. Economy reminds me of that takes me back to my to my
Tips and Tricks: How to create a DIY teleprompter
"For our listeners. So stay tuned after the show for more. Hey this is Larry Becker and I'm filling in for the vacationing Jefferson Graham on talking tech on the author of the recently released book. Great on camera and today I've got some cool tips in insights for those of you. That need to deliver a message on camera. And what I want to talk to you about is teleprompter options today it yeah I've worked with traditional teleprompters and I've worked in a studio with a teleprompter operator great experience but most of us don't have that luxury. So these days what I use is an IPAD. So I wanNA tell you a little bit about some of the software options that you have and some of the hardware options and some twists on this that are a little bit different than you might expect I do teleprompter operator stuff different than most. People I know but it works great and it might even work great for you. I've been using the same piece of software since it came out the software that I like is called teleprompter plus and that's the plus sign in the number three. So teleprompter plus three is the APP that I use. I can't tell you how much it is because I bought it way back when and now when I go to the apple APP store, it just says oh Larry you already bought this do you want to download again but? It won't tell me the price. So I, don't know how much it is. It may be a free download within APP purchases I don't know but teleprompter plus three from a company called brain is what I use and the reason that I like it is it does everything you need to tell proper to do. You can make the size of the type bigger or smaller. You can make it scroll faster or slower. You can remote control it from a keyboard and you can do a lot of these things remote control. From keyboard like jump to the next paragraph or jumped to the previous paragraph, you have to put in points for that but is all really straightforward and very easy to do and run, and then if you actually have a real legit teleprompter hardware setup on your camera, like with that forty five degree angle see-through mirror glass. Then what you have to have is you have tabular teleprompter image flipped to mirror view and it can do that, and so I've done that over the years with this piece of software works just great. The next thing that you could use is a very popular application and I don't use this. But when it came out, I thought about it for a little while and then I ended up not getting it and it is called prompt smart pro prompt smart pro. Now, it used to be like twenty bucks I think now they're doing subscription and you gotta Pay Forty Bucks a year for it, and they have a whole lot of extras and features and cool stuff going on with it, and it can do everything that tell prompt plus three can do plus. It listens to you as you read the script and it advances the script based on you reading the script that's pro and a con all in one because if you go off script or if you screw up and you want to go back a little bit, you can't do that easily with this particular piece of software. Now, you can turn off where it listens to you and just use prompt smart pro with your remote Bluetooth Keyboard. So those are a couple different applications you can use them on the IPAD but make sure that you pay attention to how I use it. I do not have one of those expensive. Forty five degree angle mounted on the camera teleprompter setups. The reason that I don't have that I don't use that is because I discovered a longtime ago that if I five or six feet away seven feet away from the camera and the teleprompter is just below the Camera Lens and I'm reading from that teleprompter you can't tell I'm looking just below the Camera Lens. Now, if the cameras really close to me, you might be able to see that I'm looking right below the Lens but in the studio setup where I used to work in my home studio, the cameras always like five six. Seven feet away from me and with the camera that far away and the prompter, my ipad just below the camera, all I need to do is put my ipad on an Easel
tennis without crowds
"Thank you rose for introducing this edition of the tennis podcast. Catherine Matt and Myself David Law are here to answer your questions today. Because it's Thursday. We wanted a podcast. We've only answered about five or six in every other previous listener questions podcasts. So we've still got loads and loads to get through plus about another hundred and fifty came in with matches putting out single tweet. So how you doing both Matt? You're fine thank you. Yes busy waiting through those questions that has been completed and we are ready to get going ready ready to rock and we'll have to rock because one of them's about entrance. Music Castro in for us to come into call wait for that one nice boilers today. I'm all right. I've worn. Put a Cardigan over over my dressing and to try and disguise the facts that I am not dressed. But it's I'm I'm looking at myself in the in the camera and I'm realizing it's it's a flimsy disguise. Isn't it fooled me? It did it. Oh okay I needn't have mentioned anything. Twenty seconds ago it's coming to say look down and everything okay so little insight there folks stuff. We didn't do. We both thought Catherine had dressed up for the occasion. But apparently this is our earliest recorded lockdown. I think it is a bit early. Isn't it Crikey ten thirty in the morning folks that doesn't exist on Catherine's clock she's have to borrow on. I write questions. We are going to get cracking immediately. Matt's what have we got first game to Sherry be on instagram. Who Asks probably in response to our pod on Monday when we some this topic. How can we make tennis more enjoyable without an audience? Pool is a big ask is probably something we should be thinking about though. Isn't it rather than I mean you know? We settled on the last that we will have reservations about tennis behind closed doors about crowd. Whatever you WANNA call it But it's a very real prospect I've done a couple of interviews in in the in the last couple of days one with Sergio Bruguera with Michael China. Be Hearing bits of the move the over the coming weeks we. We touched on lots of topics but I asked them both how they felt about tennis behind closed doors and their opinions could not have been more polarized surgey yet. I'm absolutely all four. It just bring tennis back as soon as possible. No matter what you have to do just bring it back. He he's panicked. He said bring football back. Bring tennis back. I need to watch Selena as a matter of urgency needs tennis return and when he first onto the question he was. He was definitely talking from a spectator's perspective. And I said what about what about as a player would imagine playing French. Open final with with Nike Crowds. And still he said. I don't care I don't care to bring it back. I put the same question to Michael Chang. And he said the opposite he said Noah I I just can't visit it's it's it's It's to wizards comedy get get my head around it. So there is going to be a massive divide in the tennis community. If one the first actual tool level event gets gets announced that it's going ahead you know this is GonNa be little debate flying around so we're getting in the we getting in the. I wondered if I covered a champion's tour event in two thousand and eight in Istanbul in July. It was my first one flying so lame and Istanbul in July. It was about forty five degrees. I'm not sure why they decided. That was where it should be in the calendar but anyway it was to be outside for long periods watching sports so there was just nobody in the crowd nobody whatsoever so they pumped crowd noise in and it was. It's of course it was weird but maybe it helps a little bit. I do now is like what she they've been doing. The the Graham Norton show haven't they with him from his from his house with a little sort of mini studio setup and he still does his little comedy. Bits in between guests and what he's saying is funny and he's still the same guy he's still is charming and funny as ever hearing those jokes land without any crowd response is really really painful. It puts a completely different complexion on it. I'm of finding myself a company of I'm saying this because I've spent fifteen years talking about. How candle do is the only bad thing about. I'm Alan Partridge but it makes me sort of cry out for some canned laughter. Deny what is this? What is endemic doing to me? So this is going to be like sports office style. Isn't it great? Things Happen to utter silence. And that's going to be a bit jarring all. I think there's two things one think it'll be interesting to see whether we adjust as viewers. It is a different world. Let's assume it's a different world for a long time and we just have to. Kinda of get used to it and we can't do what we used to do anymore. John macular used to fly a Concorde to London every so often he can't do that anymore yes to go on a on another planet. That's the same unknown but there are certain things that Diane Struggle Israel but it is still only sports is not so. Maybe you knew of the game. That doesn't ECON. Flippantly say at a time when we will disgust and made hot felts given heartfelt accounts of whites not just sports come on e. Can't flippantly say I wonder whether we'll find something else within the sports other than just the sound the look. I don't know I'm just. I'm wondering whether whether I will watch the sport. In different ways other senses will become more. Attuned yeah possibly may or may fall out of love with it. That's also possible. I think ultimately the fact that it isn't just sport is actually the strongest argument to bring it back without fans because it's what players need for their livelihood so if they if if there's a way to get the tour back up and running and get the economics of it back up and running without fans that is going to be more important. I think than consideration of whether fans in the stadium will not if if we're going to be able to give these players chance to play with prize money and all that kind of thing then they need to take. That opportunity is going to be weird. But we're going to have to accept that. I think I think that's more. I think that's more important consideration than whether it's a bit weird or not for
Bob Feller throws the first and only opening day no-hitter on this day in 1940
"Eighty years ago April sixteenth nineteen forty Bob Feller of the Indians threw a no hitter on opening day Feller struck out eight and walked five in a one to nothing win against the white Sox cool raw cloudy Norway great day with the wind blowing off Lake Michigan is about forty five degrees at the gate beginning at temperature going down my father mother and sister were great with the game and I got on the basis for the second inning I work a lot of that by striking out the batter remains baseball's only opening day no no work of work over there before opening day if there's one on every other day of the year the second day the last day and every other day but the full bring day that no one's ever done through three no hitters during his hall of fame career I am mark Myers
DIY Girl Power: Must Have Started Power Tools
"One of the questions I get all the time is like what tools do I need when I'm first starting out? And I always recommend a drill a sander and then a miter saw because a miter saw is really really safe to use really easy to learn how to use but then once you kind of get more advanced or once you need to start like ripping down plywood or making bigger cuts and you don't quite want to make the jump to a table. Saw which can be really intimidating. Really dangerous if you're not using it right. A good like middle ground is to use a circular saw or skill saw and then you can cut plywood by putting it on top of a piece of insulation foam and then cutting it with a circular saw to keep it straight. There's also jigs like Craig makes a Jig that attaches you attach your to it and it helps you make like a perfectly straight cut but with or without that circular saws are really awesome in a really good intermediate tool so. I just wanted to talk about my favorite one so I recently bought Ryo. Ob's cordless circular saw. It's six and a half inches in its battery powered. So that's really nice. 'cause you don't have to worry about being mindful of where the court is and then obviously it just gives you a lot more flexibility and if you have a backup battery you don't really have to worry about power like not having enough but I really really liked this one. Because it's a little more compact than some of the larger saws it still can rotate and do like forty five degree angles. Which is really nice but I feel like it's a really good tool to learn to use because of its size. It's not something really heavy. You need a ton of arm strength to us so I totally totally recommend snagging this one. Plus it's not that expensive. It's only sixty nine dollars for just the tool. So if you've already started building like aerobics set with batteries. And all of that. You can just snag the tool at your collection and it's really diverse. So you can use it for Plywood ripping that down on foam or you could use it for other things here and there like cutting a two by four cutting other boards straight. So I absolutely recommend this. It's a really good for both intro. Beginner diy fires and more intermediate so in this episode. We get into a lot of power tools talking about saws so I just wanted to start off by giving you a practical tip for when you could buy if you really wanted to dive in you can order online for depot. Have it shipped to your doors? If you are staying at home and practicing social distancing. Maybe could snag yourself a new little toy and tackle some projects around the
Miami Weather: Front To Bring Cooler Weather This Weekend
"Com made a ten ninety yesterday tying the record for the date now the front sight here yet but it's on its way cold front off to the northwest come through number forty five degrees today few showers maybe a thunderstorm this morning read or see any significant rainfall that we get some sunshine as we get into the afternoon much cooler nights I take off twenty from this morning or close to it clear skies fifty six good looking weekend sunshine a few clouds tomorrow seventy four more clouds than sun a little windy on Sunday highs in the low
"Flood watch continues FOR spots of any county in Virginia for saying berries and cover counties of Maryland until seven AM Friday morning off and on showers will continue tonight slight chance of thunderstorms across the southern suburbs still some heavy rain at times many across the southern suburbs of temperatures holding in the forties Cheryl and by late in the morning on Friday as a cold front comes through them funny if it'll be mostly cloudy rather windy our house been the forties or fifties plus temperatures will drop funny after behind the front Saturday will be partly sunny with highs in the mid to upper forties Saturday night mostly cloudy slight chance before your sprinkle no snow accumulations with lows never twenties to mid thirties will turn partly to mostly sunny on Sunday highs mid to upper forties and warmer with a chance of showers on Monday with highs in the middle fifties I'm storm team four meteorologist like Stanford temperatures around the Washington area right now starting at Reagan national airport we're we've got forty five degrees dollars reporting in AD forty four B. W. I. Marshall forty two am or holding in the forties around much of the greater Washington area forty one degrees and green bell tonight forty four degrees and resting and we've got forty five degrees in
"forty five degree" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Is the weather Lowe's middle thirties a lot of rain down here in this morning that was really interesting storm when it was all mostly sunny tomorrow and Monday to very similar days with highs upper forties possibly fifty degrees Tuesday forty five degrees you and yes in new Jersey's we have a rocking good time New Jersey won a one point five.
DC Traffic and Weather Uodate
"Center buckle up it's Friday after all in McLean were still see in stop and go traffic on the interleukin about away from Georgetown pike to river road then with as the from three fifty five kennel worth Avenue and from Landover road down to Central Avenue over Alexander were the idol of stop and go from the Eisenhower connector the Wilson bridge then the morning side from Allentown road Pennsylvania Avenue from car rock to Georgetown pike and from the toll road the gallows road now from garage door repair dot com the W. M. A. L. weather channel forecast well we've got rain moving in tonight and then heavy rain in the overnight hours down to forty five degrees tomorrow morning showers
Shade Is Becoming a Hot Commodity in L.A.
"Last October. The mayor of L. A.. Eric Garcetti gave a speech about one of the biggest biggest issues facing his city is just way too hot and we know that climate change is not an abstract crisis. This is the fight of our lives. Eric Karsh City the in south Los Angeles today rolling out key elements of his cool streets. Program this is the first of five neighborhoods across the city where we're rolling out new features. That'll help us. Lower our temperatures apertures the city. Trying lots of things to cool down temperatures like painting sidewalks white but the easiest way to solve this problem is shade it just creating shade lots of neighborhoods in La. Don't have tree coverage or high-rise buildings and because of city bylaws it's really difficult to build features like shade sales or canopies journalists. Sam Block has spent a lot of time looking into shade so I sat down to talk with him about why is actually a matter of life or death eh for people living in release on places so you used to live in Los Angeles and what did you notice about Los Angeles when you start walking around the city. What did I notice? I notice that there was no one around. I noticed that the people who were around what have to position themselves in such a way to protect themselves cells from the sunlight. What do you mean? I noticed people waiting for the buses behind telephone poles. I notice people waiting behind the people waiting behind telephone poles because there's only that small sliver of shade that people were protected from the sunlight. Why is she two important? Los Angeles like most every city in the world is heating up. There are some scientists who I speak to who have found that in hot dry air it environments like Los Angeles but also Phoenix. That shade is the most important factor when it it comes to human comfort more than temperature more than humidity more than wind speed. And there's a close relationship between human thermal comfort and mortality and and illness and heatstroke. If you don't have shade if you're not protected from the sun you can. Oh you can become dizzy. You can become disoriented. You can become confused fused authentic to hydrated if you are obese or elderly or pregnant that can tap into more dangerous things like heart attack organ failure Into what is the magnitude of the problem in La. There are a few different ways of thinking about it okay. We can talk about shade in terms of tree canopy which is a very serious problem? mm-hmm Los Angeles has terribly unequal tree canopy by tree canopy. I just mean coverage Lindsey your daughter space looking down in La. You'll see parts of the city that are covered in green. And you'll see parts of the city that are not. They're baking an asphalt and those two. At follow lines of wealth. It's a problem with tree canopy. It's a problem. In terms of the built urban form Los Angeles notoriously anti density Los Angeles has image of itself is not being New York City in fact being the Anti New York City so oh sunlight and open space is a part of the culture. That's not necessarily problem but it becomes a problem when you can't escape it right so there are no tall. Buildings provide some measure of shade. I wouldn't go as far as say. There are no tall bill. However in futile there are a few tall buildings space pretty far apart correct? They're located in certain height districts. Downtown being one of them and even some areas that city planners have designated be taller neighborhoods. Even today there's still fought and contested by neighborhood favorite activists. So I've seen the pictures I get a sense that Los Angeles used to be greener like there was a lot of shade. So tell me how the city was designed and how how it developed into this so time was Los Angeles was a prairie if you look at photos of La from a hundred years ago it's all grasslands and when it was settled. Oh by the Spanish downtown which was the original settlement was laid out according to the law of the indies. This city would roughly conform to a forty five degree angle. So you could have some light in the winter and shade aiden shadow in the summer. So explain the law of the indies. What does this mean? The laws of the indies means. Build your cities at forty five degrees basically really completely unlike the way we think of most American cities which have this sort of North South East West original grid. So you have these settlements that are laid out in such a way as to be able to create shadow data when you need it and also to bestow sunlight also when you need it. Spanish architecture a very strong sense of natural comforts. You'll see a lot of these kinds of missions and adobe toby that have these internal courtyards that are shaded You'll have covered. Walkways PA- CEOS. And even today you'll see a lot of this and like Spanish revival architecture or you know outdoor malls that have goofy Spanish names Los Angeles was also in a way sort of a dusty old West town. So you think about these covered boardwalks. You think about large judge Canvas awnings that are cooling people who are living outside and also cooling indoors. which at the time didn't have air conditioning? And another way that Los Angeles tried to stay cool was through rich. Beautiful kind of flamboyant not just tree canopy but in a syncretic overwhelming variety of exotic flora and fauna So during during this period there was a recognition of the environment and how to be comfortable inside of it. And when did that go wrong. You put it that way. Things started to go wrong after cheap. Electricity came down to Los Angeles with the completion of what's now called the Hoover Dam. See Start to see the city rebuild itself and the new development becomes like we see today you have controlled air conditioning. The of the automobile which comes to dominate the city in the thirties and the forty s and with the automobile. You have a whole new way of seeing the city. The names of the streets are translated into magic fabulous. Stacks of freeways tremendous tons of the city started to think about how to market itself and how to make itself seem more attractive to outsiders. And this is where you get palm trees palm trees one. SAS said were about as useful for shade as a telephone pole uh-huh. She hated them but the city was enamored of an. Interestingly you have different philanthropists and celebrities starting to think about trees as being a public good the palm tree in particular being one. That doesn't just message. La Is kind of Semitropical Paradise. But also as Mary Pickford said it's very good for window shopping from the CD your car because the tree trunks aren't that robust so if you're driving down some boulevard you can see all the great stuff because the palm tree is narrow so Los Angeles was also rezoned rezoned in the nineteen thirties to become a single family city Los Angeles in order to sort of not pacify not suck up to sort of remake itself in the image of the the Fha they decided that all new single family homes had to come in the front and aside yard start to create a lot of space around them. Los Angeles really starts to hate the idea of density. And so when you have this type of sprawling not very dense city How is this? Shade distributed unevenly shade is distributed to people who can afford it. If you go into these neighborhoods that were laid out to be wealthy residential enclaves you very wide sidewalks sidewalks and the the Strip of grass where you can tree plant which is called the parkway becomes four or five maybe even ten feet wide when you have these wider parkway's you have a greater space to the plant bigger thicker leafier tree so the parkway is the area between the sidewalk and the road correct can be pretty wide and therefore have treats them correct in other neighborhoods. That have been red line that were designed as sort of worker housing. That were meant to sort of Jammed together you don't have these kinds of wide residential sidewalks instead instead. What you have are very narrow sidewalks because these neighborhoods are designed to facilitate automobile passage? So if you have a narrow sidewalk you don't really have the space to plant a thick leafy
"forty five degree" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty five degrees we of overcast skies in Boston it is five thirty on this Monday morning and thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening all as a heartbreaker last night for the past at July the call on CBS the final play of the game of the patriots loss against the chiefs last night on a Monday morning quarterback discussions will be centered around not the players but the rafts with morning wild Sunday in Foxboro we bring in WBZ's Adam Kaufman morning Adam good morning to you officiating it negated to potential patriots touchdowns yesterday the twenty three sixteen home loss to the chiefs both poor calls happen the span of five minutes the first one's fine Gilmore recovered Travis Kelsey fumble but he was stopped when the rest Kelsey was down he wasn't the place should not have been whistled that and moments later we kill Harry dove into the end zone to score but officials believe he stepped out of bounds prior though he clearly did not pass though had already used both their challenges there was nothing they could do about it Pat settle for a field goal eventually loss more in sports coming up in about ten minutes all right Adam and as you can imagine patriots nation not exactly happy this morning WBZ's James role Haas is out about testing the temperature James how're you doing there good morning good morning Jim yeah it's a pretty bitter Monday morning for a lot of fascination fans I ran into these two guys at a coffee shop and here's what they had to say.
"forty five degree" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is forty five degrees at nine o'clock good morning on hold the Castro for homeless men are dead and another fighting for his life after two vicious attacks in Chinatown early this morning cops found two victims on Sawyer street and the barrier around two o'clock a short time later three other men were found along east Broadway all of them with head trauma and they were pronounced dead at the scene and a forty nine year old man is in critical condition at a hospital he was also found with a head injury police have arrested a twenty four year old man who was carrying a metal stud they believe it to be of the murder weapon the suspect is also homeless the phone and why PD officer killed last weekend in the Bronx was laid to rest in upstate New York and James flippant reports. police commissioner James o'neill noting the thousands of cops lined up outside the church in mon row and the mourners packing the pews showing a different kind of courage when that's needed when you feel angry frustrated or discouraged when you just can't figure out why he promoted mall keen to detective clearly emotional at the tragic loss the department's second case of fatal friendly fire within six months saying goodbye to one of our most noble protectors never get easy we are consoled by the fact never do this alone the thirty three year old seven year department veteran mall keen killed outside a Bronx housing project while struggling with an armed felons I'm James flippant W. O. R. news stories continue to search for a missing five year old girl in Bridgeton New Jersey Cumberland County prosecutor Jennifer web McRae says video is being viewed in their effort to find all say Maria Alabama's who went missing from a park more than two weeks ago video from a myriad of sources of not only the area surrounding the place were dossier disappeared but from throughout the city and bordering townships with big races teams have searched more than two hundred locations including abandoned buildings and desolate areas and they see if you see does say to call police immediately I'm Lisa G. W. O. R. news a car accident in the Bronx leaves two people dead the car struck a concrete wall underneath the bridge of an elevated six train just before seven PM Friday it happened AT east one hundred and sixty fifth street and what lock Avenue a twenty three year old man and a thirty year old woman were killed in sports the Yankees pounded the twins at home ten for in game one of the.
"forty five degree" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"forty five degree" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's forty five degrees in Boston under foggy skies. At three o'clock. This is WBZ news. Our top story of three today gas pipeline infrastructure is a ticking time bomb. Good afternoon. I'm Laurie Kirby. Thanks for being with us Senator, Ed Markey. And other Democrats on bailing Bill to make pipeline safer and prevent another Merrimack valley gas disaster from ever happening again, it has been nearly seven months since Lawrence in Dover and not Andover. Suffered a disaster that ripped through quiet neighborhoods, destroying homes and businesses a precious. Life was lost. Dozens were injured and over fire chief Michael Mansfield called it a Magadan Columbia gas called it unfortunate. I call it completely preventable. It never had to happen. Leeann Ron was killed when a house exploded in south Lawrence. This Bill is named for him. The Bill requires onside monitoring of gas pressure stations and other safety measures to avoid over pressurized. Asian blamed for the Merrimack valley disaster. Also today an arrest has been made in the shooting death of a Madda pan grandmother homicide. Police have charged Thirty-seven-year-old Anthony Davis of Madam pan with unlawful possession of a firearm. And police say Davis is a career criminal Davis remains in a Boston hospital. He'll be arraigned at a later date thirties believed that Maloney, retired hospital worker was an innocent bystander when she was gunned down in a triple shooting Saturday in Mana pan. Also, if you have any information text the word tip to crime to pass along that information anonymously to Boston police one week from today at all steps off the running of the Boston marathon and today organizers are where it all starts WBZ's James host join them in Huffington where they're marking literally a new tradition. This has been the start of the marathon.
"forty five degree" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's forty five degrees and sunny in Boston at one thirty good afternoon, I'm Cheri small. Here's what's happening after nearly two years. The investigation is over and the report is in. Special counsel, Robert Muller's report into Russian election. Interference is now in the hands of attorney general William Barr more now from CBS is Wendy Gillette. The attorney general is at the department of Justice right now reviewing the special counsel is confidential report details from Robert Muller's report could be released this weekend. CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley. If more comes out and says, look, I didn't find any evidence of collusion between Donald Trump or the campaign the Russians that removes the original purpose of the mandate for appointing a special counsel, White House officials and President Trump have not seen the report the president is in Florida CBS's, Nicole Killian is there we don't expect to see President Trump today because he has no public events on his schedule, but he did appear pretty upbeat a last night at a local Republican party dinner that was held at his mar-a-lago club. The report concludes an investigation that lasted nearly two years Muller will not recommend any further. Indictments house. Democrats are scheduled to speak by phone this afternoon. CBS news update, I'm Wendy Gillette. ABC's Terry Moran in now with a closer look at that investigation that led to thirty seven indictments and uncovered Russia's election tampering methods. The major investigative accomplishment of Robert Muller is he name by by name and rank in the Russian intelligence apparatus, the more than a dozen people who actually committed the hacks of the DNC and of John Podesta's emails who led the social media attack Muller found out very valuable information going forward about how to stop it from happening again Democrats are scheduled to hold a conference call in about two hours from now to plot ways to force the full release of the Muller report the US back Syrian democratic forces, declares a territorial defeat of ISIS bringing an. End to the caliphate. This ISIS loses its last bit of territory in Syria. CBS's Charlie Dagda, covered the final battlefront America's two thousand ground forces.
"forty five degree" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty five degrees in Boston at six o'clock. I'm Laurie Kirby. Here's what's happening. A plea deal is operatives Robert Kraft in the massage parlor, Boston Florida and Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey says he's donating every dollar he ever received in campaign donations from craft to a group that works to end human trafficking. This is the Senator these allegations are serious, and I'm confident the legal authorities are going to conduct a full investigation. But I feel that it's appropriate for me to return those campaign contributions. I am going to do so craft among hundreds of men charge in a crackdown on massage parlor prostitution and human trafficking in Florida. And we'll have a lot more in the craft investigation. Coming up in minutes, more fallout tonight from the state police overtime scandal in Massachusetts court documents show that quotas were in place for issuing tickets to drivers even though the practice has been deemed unconstitutional WBZ's. Kim Tunnicliffe got a firsthand look at the sentencing memo for Eric chin. One of the troopers charged troopers in the now disbanded troop e were expected to issue a minimum of eight to ten citations for each air overtime shift worked air stands for accident and injury reduction effort and its goal was to reduce crashes on the pike by targeting aggressive and speedy drivers court documents indicate that any trooper who didn't make the ticket quota had to explain themselves to their superiors. Repeated failures often resulted in troopers being blocked from receiving over time. Federal prosecutors say troopers working the airships routinely failed to work the full four hours required. Instead writing the minimum number of tickets in an hour or less, and then going home the documents indicate when there was bad weather. The troopers didn't have to work or write any citations out all and treated it as if it were a paid holiday Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio state police denied the existence of quotas six zero two after an unorthodox mayor's election in Fall River were the embattled mayor was both recalled and then re elected on the same. Ballot. Some residents are now filing suit the globe reports at ten residents of Fall River are fighting to invalidate the March twelve special election lawsuit says that marriage as oh Korea should not have been eligible for reelection. They're asking that second-place finisher, Paul Coogan be declared the mayor of Fall River, they exchanged ideas and soccer jerseys, President Trump and his counterpart in Brazil. A man who also decries the press and illegal immigration will the two gone along famously together at the White House today. And then they expressed it out in the open in the rose garden. There's a reason they call him the Trump of the tropics we do share a great deal in common. Jared Bolsonaro said his election and Donald Trump's demonstrate Brazilians and American see eye to eye on traditional family, lifestyles belief in God, political correctness and against fake news. I'm very proud to hear the president used the term fake news. President Trump vowed to honor Brazil's new leader by helping his country gain entry into the O C D elite group of democratic nations with strong economies. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House..
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"Take people behind the scenes of your business to show him how you're working with people, and they love that even if every other consulting or any every other person does the same thing, you're the one that told them about it. So us candidates. You can get stock footage from places like elite video which you know. If you ever see my my production a lot of that. Is stocked? Video with my words thrown on top of these beautiful transitions. Now, here's a super fire on fire, scorched earth tip right here. If you're in any kind of decent population area, you can go to your CV be Charlie Victor Bravo. That's your convention and visitors bureau, and they will give you all the footage that they have that promotes your area. So I went there. I've got this aerial footage of Virginia Beach and the shopping and all this stuff at the beach and building sand castles and everything for free. It would cost me ten to twenty thousand dollars to get that footage. If I had to hire a plane and all that. So that's your convention and visitors bureau will give you tons of stuff to use for free. Then show your credibility. You know, if you've been on the newspaper radio just. You know, make make video shots of all the magazine covers that you've been on our articles you've been in use forty five degrees testimonials at that is John no idea forty five degree testimony. Well, when you're getting testimonials from your clients, they go deer in the headlights. If you stick a camera in their face. So the best way to do. This is the have somebody have the camera at forty five degrees looking at them, but they are talking to someone offscreen, and I might say, hey, John. What's the best thing about the Tom's interview? And we cut that out, and you say, well, the best thing about Tom's interview was and then we get a beautiful testimony without spending three hours from people. So that's called a forty five degrees. Testimonial, and they look they look nice. And like I said, you're not putting people deer in the headlights all the time where they're gonna stammer around and be upset or nervous. Then one thing for sure as all us. I've been on video. Is if you have poor audio your screw if you have good audio and video is a little shaky. Nobody cares. So you still have to have good audio when you're shooting video now whole thing about this as you shoot everything. Then you find an editor. I we found a someone on Craigslist that was a film school graduate on and just looking to build her resume. So she spent two hundred hours at fifteen bucks an hour. Putting all Mike because I'm not very organized by south all this footage and put it into this beautiful production for may gave a gave her three thousand bucks. And it's brought in millions of dollars. Just because it says while this guy's the bomb. I mean, all these other doers just telling you how great they are. And I'm showing them this half hour production of my retreat center, and my school and all the people that are here. Having a good time and learning so that's what it is. As you shoot a bunch of stuff. You get some stock footage from your convention and visitors bureau or from elite video then you get good audio and everything, and then you go looking for an editor put it together, you can put it on DVD like in my contract. If I go to speak somewhere, my DVD has to be given out at registration. And then all of a sudden, I'm way ahead of all the other speakers because people take it up to the room and say damn look at this guy. And then they come down and buy my stuff. So this is very very powerful, and it sets you apart. And if you time it correctly, John you can play it on on leased access TV you can give it out. You can play it on your website is all kinds of things you can do with it. Once you once you get done. I mean, fire nation is these little things that Tom has put together over the years that you're just able to take advantage of. And you know, maybe all of this stuff that we're talking about isn't apply to you right now. Or maybe getting you ha HAMAs on how you can apply to your life right now. But this is all the kind of things that Tom myself other successful entrepreneurs have piece together to create successful online businesses. And one thing that you struggle with Tom that I've struggled.
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"Forty five degrees. Overcast in Boston at four thirty good afternoon. You're listening to WBZ, and we're watching a developing situation in Jamaica plain this hour, several people are tweeting that there's been a shooting and a car crash in that area. Boston police have yet to confirm that information. This is unfolding in Jackson square. Police are on scene. Several streets are closed in that area. T- buses are reporting the area, but trains are still stopping at the station. We have a reporter headed to the scene, and we'll bring you more information as soon as we get the all clear has been given after a hospital outside Cleveland is placed on lockdown Eileen. She'll a spokeswoman for the Cleveland Clinic. Medina hospital tells ABC what prompted the lockdown as possible active shooter in one of our hospitals Medina hospital, which is about an hour outside of Cleveland. And it was actually in the medical office building not the hospital. But again the facility. Is now open and police did a floor by floor. Search. They found nothing suspicious. They could not find any witnesses either to cooperate the initial reports of fire official in northern California says crews have made a lot of progress preventing the deadly fire. From reaching the town of Orville governor Jerry Brown says the state is grateful for the help from other states, including Massachusetts. Mistakes. Sources California's pretty well. Maxed out. That helps that we're getting very appreciative. President Trump is also thanking those battling the blazes vowing to do everything. The federal government can do to protect anyone in harm's way. More changes expected in the Trump administration. President Trump is preparing to remove department of homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen and he's also looking at possible replacements for chief of staff John Kelly. Nielsen took over as the head h s when Kelly shifted to the west.
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"We are at forty five degrees right now at O'Hare seven more convicted felons have been exonerated of drug crimes pursued by corrupt Chicago police sergeant Ronald watts. Kennedy Hicks is among the seven and he says he was arrested after visiting the elderly woman in his neighborhood lunch break. Barbara's? They said they found somebody did fast. To know what's going to happen? Once I get you the county there now been more than fifty five convictions related to sergeant watch overturned by the Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX watch spent twenty two months in federal prison after he was convicted of corruption in two thousand twelve better than expected job numbers. And the biggest jump in average pay nearly a decade, the Labor Department reporting that employers attitude and fifty thousand jobs last month. Kevin Hassett, the chair of the administration's council of economic advisers says more than a million people have reentered the labor force since the president was elected highpoint is that we've got wage growth fits the highest received a decade. The unemployment rate remained at a five decade. Low of three point seven percent. President Trump makes us stop in Indiana today stumping for Republican Senate candidate, Mike Braun, former Indiana, hoosiers, basketball, coach Bob Knight will Bob Knight will join the two in Indianapolis Braun is hoping to unseat democratic incumbent Senator Joe Donnelly, Don Dailey has been leading in many of the polls the south Florida. And accused of sending dangerous packages to Democrats and critics of President Trump will face trial in New York. He was in court briefly today in federal court in Miami, say agreed to remain in custody before his transfer to New York to face trial. No one's in custody. After a student was robbed at gunpoint on the campus of depaul university last night, three men approached the student one of them showing a gun and nearly ten thousand kids are burned every year due to instant soups and noodles. Here's WGN's Ryan burrow about one in every five burn injuries.
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"Lifezette triggered a row suddenly i was at a forty five degree angle kinda falling over and the seats in front of me had come dislodged on or swinging around it's very hard to find any sort of stability oddly silent after the actual crashing flakes there is a lot of metal on a lot of screeching at a lot of gis turnaround as very quiet in there as he will people screaming concert legless must up i don't think i ever actually really heard the sirens but they were there some i was like cam robert for them out of her her did think about the fact that you know i could have not been coming from plays its passenger ambaum schaefer it's going to be a mess for a while as we've heard with word this morning's amtrak derailment will likely keep southbound 5 closed into the pot area through tomorrow morning pierce county executive bruce dammeyer says that's beds to keep as many people off the road is possible i'm putting out an email to our employees and or to provide as encouraging folks so look at dipper travel options what can they do to all perhaps alter their travel patterns to take some of the pressure off the meanwhile dammeyer says it's far too soon to talk about what caused the deadly disaster had the safety concerns over the next new track route should have been listened to more closely while there was an effort in two thousand eleven to prevent highspeed amtrak routes through lakewood david anderson helped launch a petition because his neighborhood was worried something like this would half now we oppose this project for the sake of our people and and now there are untold numbers of families who will suffer forever anderson says his group's concern now's those families affected by this tragedy we have covered the history of the project to create this bypass for the amtrak life for more than six years is some history of that time languid first reported on the reroute plans in january two thousand eleven residents then were concerned about safety and traffic problems created by the project as citizens len effort to get an initiative all the ballots stop the project was launched in september that year skip ahead to two thousand thirteen the federal railroad administration gave the green light with the mayor of lakewood vowing to sue later that month the city did suu unsuccessfully tried.
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"To allow suddenly i was at a forty five degree angle and a falling over and the seats in front of me had come dislodged on or singing around it's very hard to find any sort of stability hardly silent after the actual crashing legs there is a lot of metal and a lot of screeching at a lot of just being turned around as very quiet in there is no people were screaming concert legless must open i don't think i ever actually really heard this irons boat they were there and some i was like hey i'm robert for them you're out of her heard to think about the fact that i could have not been coming from above slows passenger emma schaefer let's get over how to kira jordan for a check on our aaa traffic not a lot of options when it comes to getting around this at they're really aren't the sort of the best bet right now is going on southbound i 5 center dr were than everybody has to get off the highway and that jblm has actually opened its gates to all drivers and they have a detour through those grounds in that's going to help you get past the closure and back on the i5 but um it's just completely socked in right now so there's gonna be a lot of waiting to get into that area using other alternates of we're looking at an hour drive from highway 16 to highway three right now at that drive from highway seven two two 507 that can then go over to five ten that's over two hours right now so i guess if i'd have to choose i'd say just stay on i 5 and and and pack your patience it sounds cliche but that's what we're going to have to deal with and make sure that you have a lot of.
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"Interesting interesting souther i mean i know that they're science behind it but i've never actually dived into that kind of science before that's really interesting to here is there a science that backs up meditation statistics are research or anything like that yeah so far there's about fourteen hundred peerreviewed scientific studies and counting liquid graf is going up it's like a forty five degree angle of the amount of research that's happening is really positive zebras actually partnering with the some neuroscientists totally done satellites would it with neuroscientist very reputable university anderson they're doing some really amazing stuff would be said there'd linkage driving with sharks are doing 360 virtual reality photography which is really groundbreaking interview with neuroscientist virtual reality is allowing us to push humans into her brain states which you are to where we were not able to do so you can like changed a mouse or monkey like yesterday arguments about how ethical that is we certainly can't that's your humans the we've been making a lot of assumptions about will do this drinking a monkey brain overdo this your mouse frame the meeting alatas options that now with vr start test and series on humans neuroscience is speeding up not only because of the are also because of the imaging technology is getting much mark grants and so now we can see not only the vet as he is good for you really don't need any more science to prove that it's like minutes agree o but now his agency had different styles medicines your impact in the brain differently.