35 Burst results for "seventy foot"

Next generation nuclear is a step closer to market

Climate Cast

03:38 min | 7 months ago

Next generation nuclear is a step closer to market

"The way we produce electric power is changing Minnesota generated twenty five percent of our electricity from renewables like wind and solar in two, thousand, nineteen and nationally coal electric power has been cut in half in the last decade and many utilities planned to go much further but going completely carbon-free is going to be tricky. Extracting alternatives such as natural gas still emits carbon and many states are looking to retire old nuclear power plants. So engineers are developing a new kind of nuclear last month. The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission gave its first ever design approval to accompany working on the technology. That company is new scale power and here to talk about it is co founder Jose Reyes previously, he was the head of the Department of nuclear. Engineering at state. University Jose. Welcome to climate cast. Well, thank you so much for inviting him. Excited to share with you our technology why developed smaller nuclear reactors there are many parts of the world that don't have the grid to support a thousand megawatt electric nuclear power plant or they don't have the capital to invest in such large projects a so it really developed it so that it could reach a wide market and so we're looking at small module reactors. Each of our module of only produces sixty megawatts electric So not power or a forty, five, thousand homes in the US. Now I budget, we designed the plant that would house up to twelve of these modules, but we also have configurations of packs or six packs. So it's it's very flexible in in terms of where we could deploy these designs, Jose? What would these reactor buildings look like? Well, it looked like an industrial building as opposed to the LARCH containment domes that you associate with nuclear power. Each reactor is factory fabricated our containment vessels only about fifteen feet in diameter about seventy feet long So it's a very different configuration. What's the climate benefit of these smaller nuclear power systems? A company called energy, environmental economics each three. They performed a study for Washington state that showed that the least cost path to achieving percents clean energy out by twenty forty five was to include small module reactors. Assault new schedule meets with twenty nine utilities. Every six months utilize from Canada in the US many of them have coal fire plants which needs to retire, but we design our plant so that we can repurpose those coal fire plants and we can also retrain many of their workers to work at a do scale plant. So a twelve module loose gambling. Would avoid over six million tons of CO, two emissions per year, and so that's the equivalent of taking one point three, million cars off the road each year. Are they safe? Yes these are extremely safe reactors. This is a very unique design in that under any a worst case conditions of the reactors will shut themselves down without any operator action without any AC or DC power and Alamein cooled for an unlimited period time without the need to add water. So how soon can we realistically get to reliable carbon-free energy production? Are Design courses now approved and so that means that customers can start looking at how to a reference are designed in their integrated resource plans, and so that's very important. First step sob think we can make a very big impact in helping states, beat their clean-energy holes Jose us with new scale power. Thanks so much for sharing your perspective on climate cast today. Thanks so much for having.

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Bill Noble on Garden Design

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:48 min | 11 months ago

Bill Noble on Garden Design

"Now. You were not a garden designer. Then and here you came to this place, and there's views of mountains and feels, and it feels like a big open place, but. You weren't a garden designer. SORTA figured out how to make a plan. And you speak about in the book about measuring the House and measuring the distance to things and kind of drawing and taking photos and kind of pinning up that and some inspiration on almost like a mood board to get started like you know to figure out what you were going to do, yes. Yes I came here not as a gardener. But I felt that I needed to learn really quickly. And and the way I learned was that. I had been farming and. As I. Tell Maybe in the book I made. Five thousand dollars at it. My first year felt great, and I made five thousand dollars at farming my last year and I'd had enough. And I landed a seasonal job restoring a half miles worth of white, pine and hemlock hedges at the Saint God's national historic site, in Cornish, which was the garden of Augustus Saint Gaudens and was part of an artist colony that included architects, landscape, architects and artists. Like Gerald Plot and Ellen Shipman And I really immersed myself. In the Garden Gardens, but it, but then in learning about the gardens that those artists had made. A really came to gardening? As an art form I. And then I had to learn. How to draw. and. Deal with hard scape, which still not very good at. but the National Park. Service was great about supporting. It staff. By providing training and I spent a couple years running down to Boston to Cambridge to the Radcliffe Institute and to the Arnold Arboretum and guarding the woods and learning the trade there. Okay, I'm applying it. on the job at Saint Gaudens and here and in some of the other Corner Gardens. I see so. One of my favorite parts of the book, besides all those big leafed plants in that was seventy foot, long border or something. It's just magnificent. Is that you make a list in the book that I find especially helpful I think you call it guiding principles and and I know this was after the fact because you started making the garden in nearly thirty years ago or twenty years ago, and you wrote the book just recently, but but it's good for those of US making Gardener Getting Ready to find tuna. Revise our gardens to think about guiding principle so is this something like this sort of self assessment? What do I really care about? Is this something you do with clients when you first visit there places? If the let me get away with it, yes! And, sometimes, sometimes more successfully than than others. Yeah I don't have a form. That I had a a client, but I I WANNA. I as a designer WANNA be able to understand the context. The built context, the living context the landscape context. And the social context as well as how the Oman Gardner is going to use the US the space use the garden, and what their what their goals

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Do Pink Marigolds Exist?

Your Gardening Questions

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Do Pink Marigolds Exist?

"Like blooming. Mary goals and I would like marigolds. With pink blooms when and where can Pank marigolds be purchased? Well no I would have to say one of our sponsors will quite likely have something in that range now. I have to put it that way because I do not remember ever seeing a pink. Marigold however Mark Fingers can work through a computer real fast. He came up with one called Strawberry Blonde. It's listed as a French. Marigold which most of them are and that it comes in a light pink to yellow shade. Now I have not seen that so I don't know quite what it would be. First of all miracles must go in in good bright sun be reasonably well drained And I made a terrible mistake on some of the miracles in the past. I put them in what? I'll call the low edge of my bed which is slightly inclining and a in a wet spring. They didn't take hold well and then they literally drowned right down toward where the water would stay wail nearly stand and so on but anyhow well drained beautiful son is the situation there and strawberry blonde. I do not know I I would say that. They need to catalog and they need to look it up. 'cause Strawberry Blonde is indicative. But I think men. We're GONNA see a yellowed. I'm I'm sorry a pink. That's yellowed. Four nine understand they they turn pinkish shade. And then turn back yellowish in the Sun. Okay Well No. That's that's where your fingers did the walk in good information because as I say I just plain know that plant now if you enjoy miracles I always have I was just telling mark that when I was a little boy. My great aunt grew some marigolds. Were Taller than I was At that point in time they had a great big fat bright yellow pom-pom flower she saves the seed or saved the seed. I wish I still had some. Because they they bred true every year she had them of course finally got a little taller than the American idol took a long time but I love them for their resilience and so on they can if they stand to wet and I would not mulch them. You don't want too much water running. Because they will they can contract a fungal disease. That can pretty much destroyed that but I would say not to worry about that now. It's not a marigold but if I wanNA bright pink and there are a number of shades of bright pink I would automatically think And I'm assuming that that she wants to put these in the sun and so on I would go straight away to Mar. NO NO FROM. Merrill's I would go to geraniums okay are there. Are Any number of light pink dark pink pinkish toward rid et CETERA. I have used them in the past and I'm looking at them from sixty seventy feet away for all practical purposes and we're talking about a pink that can be easily seen clear into evening dusk. They're they're quite so. I hope maybe that would help. But certainly the strawberry blonde and Well we'll both learn from that because I just don't

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Two killed in fiery crash on I-85 in Gwinnett County

Dana Loesch

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Two killed in fiery crash on I-85 in Gwinnett County

"Two people die in a fiery weekend crash on I. eighty five in Gwinnett county that shut down the interstate for more than ten hours when a tanker truck rear ended the car around eight Saturday morning and the northbound lanes your Jimmy Carter Boulevard flames in golf both vehicles this driver was stuck in the back up he tells channel two action news you could see the flames for miles I'm Jeannie do pre in Washington after near easily between seventy five to a hundred feet in the air eight eight eight and it was a consistent fire because of damage to the roadway the D. O. T. had to replace a stretch of scorched asphalt on IT five measured about a hundred feet long and seventy feet wide the interstate re opened by six

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Longest Smuggling Tunnel Is Found at U.S.-Mexico Border

Ron St. Pierre

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Longest Smuggling Tunnel Is Found at U.S.-Mexico Border

"Customs and border protection agents announcing that they have discovered the longest smuggling tunnel ever found on the southwest border here's fox's Steve Rappaport federal authorities say the tunnel uncovered last August ran more than three quarters of a mile from Tijuana Mexico to the San Diego area is approximately five and a half feet tall and two feet wide as an average depth of seventy feet below the surface of the of the earth deputy chief border

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Border patrol K-9 killed, agent injured after vehicle slides on black ice in Washington, agency says

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Border patrol K-9 killed, agent injured after vehicle slides on black ice in Washington, agency says

"A border patrol canine agent has died and his partner is in the hospital after a collision in eastern Washington couples who were Merrill has the story Zachary crossing with the Colville border patrol station says the canine Jackie and his partner were at the end of their patrol duties for the night heading back on highway three ninety five when they lost control of the vehicle reportedly on black ice and rolled down an embankment ending up some seventy feet below Jackie was the sixth upon our arrival provinces Jackie's partner suffered multiple injuries including broken bones a tough loss that it'll take some time to to get through for sure especially for that age this is the out pouring from the Colville community has been amazing especially from the school district students knew Jackie in his handler from recruitment events an agency demonstrations Jackie had been with border patrol for nearly five years all with the

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Closing of DOJ investigation into Orange County Jails

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Closing of DOJ investigation into Orange County Jails

"The US justice department has wrapped up an investigation into conditions inside Orange County jails as KCRW's cherry glaze a report the investigation began eleven years ago after inmates murder of fellow prisoner inside a county lockup inmates ganged up on John chamberlain in two thousand six and beat him to death at a jail in the city of orange while a sheriff's deputy watch TV less than seventy feet away a grand jury report found the beating took place in a blind spot now the DOJ says it's closed its investigation after the OC sheriff's department made a number of changes to the jail system including providing better services for mentally ill and drug addicted prisoners and cracking down on drugs being smuggled behind bars but critics including the ACLU of southern California say Orange County lock ups are still wrestling with major problems including attacks on inmates and failing

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First-Ever Measurement of a Blue Whale's Heartbeat Reveals Surprising Extremes

Fresh Air

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

First-Ever Measurement of a Blue Whale's Heartbeat Reveals Surprising Extremes

"Researchers researchers have have attached attached a heart monitor to a blue whale Paul Rogers managing editor of KQED science and environment writer at the mercury news explains the researchers failed alongside a seventy foot long blue whale in Monterey Bay using a long pole they attached a heart monitor roughly the size of a lunchbox underneath the animals left flipper with some suction cups he stayed on for eight hours as the animal deeply swim in the ocean to find krill it could slow its heart rate down to two beats per minute and as it surfaced you could raise its heart rate again to thirty seven beats a minute this allowed the blue whale to conserve oxygen and stay down longer so it could feed more efficiently

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UMaine showcases world's largest 3D printed boat and polymer 3D printer

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

UMaine showcases world's largest 3D printed boat and polymer 3D printer

"This is interesting the world's largest three D. printer has now created the world's largest three D. printed boat all if they had this biggest three D. printer and jaws a twenty five foot five thousand pound biggest ever three D. printed boat has floated in the university of Mainz ocean simulator which looks like a giant indoor swimming pool the printer is seventy feet long and can gobble up five hundred pounds of plastic pallets per hour in cost two and a half million dollars with most of the funding provided by the U. S. army the vote was created in one solid piece during nonstop printing over seventy two hours costing forty

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You're Either All In Or You're Not

Entrepreneur on FIRE

13:37 min | 1 year ago

You're Either All In Or You're Not

"Taylor. He was a rescue swimmer in the navy and that's why when i saw his application come through despite the fact we get four hundred per month this stuck out to me because you know number one. He's a veteran. I love that i'm a veteran obviously and you know it's really important for me to highlight these type of things that we're you're going to be highlighting as we're talking today and just the overall mentality philosophy on your either all in or you're not i mean fire nation you all or you're not as long as it was really cool for me is when we were chatting a little bit in the pre interview talk a taylor. Let me know that he used to listen to entrepreneurs on fire while he was on the sea so talk a little bit taylor yeah for sure <hes> so the big thing on the sea was and i think every sailor in the world can relate to this is books six and audiobooks our life on the water. That's what keeps you going so anytime. We're in port we download podcasts and podcasts and podcasts and audiobooks and one thing <unk> a really wanted to do. Was you know put myself through marketing school one of residency because i wasn't going to school or anything in you might as well. I've got all this time hands so i i ended up reading every we single marketing paper case study anything especially with the harvard business class and then anything i get my hands on. Read it and listen to it and your podcasts. Were one one of them. I downloaded everything could in we're at sea especially on the night watches now. They're under the stars and you know twenty thirty foot waves crashing over the boat and using your podcast me saying are you prepared to ignite and that's what i love fire nation so if you're listening to us right now and you're someplace cool. Maybe you're hiking kilimanjaro kilimanjaro. Maybe you're on the seas. Maybe you're doing any of a number of things on a chairlift skiing or whatever <hes> take a picture or to send me an email. Do whatever you want posts on social media italian instagram. I love seeing where you are listening to entrepreneurs on fire so let's talk about your early. Life real quick bouts before the military yeah before the military <hes>. I think it started out like a lot of guys that i served with. You know there was a lot of places go a lot of things to do and it was like he didn't really have a whole lot doors and you know sitting there one day ahead like a bottle of mustard in my fridge. That's all i owned in the world had that and my dog and i was like well. I gotta do some to change us. Life and i think a lot of people people that listen to this can relate to that. You know you get you get to a point real like it. I'm gonna dig myself out of this whole organised keep on living in the darkness and then you make that conscious decision to do something about it and join the military. It was a stepping stone you know to do some of their life and and i'm from texas so being a patriots. You know big deal. Totalling yeah wanted to serve the country in i mean that decision was was pretty i didn't i mean that's where that decision was. I didn't really think i was pretty young at the time didn't really think too far ahead of like what the toll it would take on my body and my mind when i got out in which is what we're working on now and that's important. I went through the same process. When i got out you know after a thirteen month tour of duty in iraq. I can remember so clearly being back like thinking i had quote unquote. Maybe dodge that the p._t._s._d. Bullets but then played the next six months just like a waking up covered in sweat. I'm not just talking like sweating adding. I'm like my whole bed was so sopping wet day the cheese the she's every single night i take a shower. I mean it was like a non. Stop thing like now after you know i i saw some people people have some conversations like i know that was just like all this adrenaline and stress and anxiety that was like releasing itself you know while i was sleeping and all these other things going on but this is so unreal fire nation so if you have a loved one who's been through something you know like a war or just a traumatic experience and they're likely dealing with p._t._s._d. Like there's some real real issues there and we're gonna be talking about things like the veteran suicide rates but guess guess what it doesn't just apply to veterans at applies to human beings in general we live in a very difficult world and this is the thing that we myself until our one kind of chat about today until you have this idea about an expedition so kind of give us the the background behind the expedition. Why did it start ends. You know why details like cape horn all that stuff right. Oh you hit it right on headman and then that's that's what a lot of guys go through and everything goes back to the states and i don't know about what your process when when you got out the army whenever i got on the navy not one single person now process system talked about what your body would go through when you got back in house a big deal for me because when i got back i went through the same thing you know. My body was sweating for no original just like you said you know my girlfriend. At the time you know would wake up and it should be covered in sweat for no reason and then there's those alone times whenever you're sitting at a couch and after after your body's been running on that adrenalin for so many years it depends on it and there's lots of studies out there that have shown when your body runs on that amount of stress for so many ears who on a physiological level your brain changes it depends on that adrenalin being dumped your body whenever it doesn't get that all the time you're by just starts releasing for no reason at all and so it'd be sitting on the couch not doing anything. Nobody's home in a body would just start running away from me you know and <hes> that was scary sale especially if nobody told you that was going to happen to your body when you got out so that's where the problem started and a new my buddy wrote a book and he did interviews all over the world with veterans returning back from iraq and afghanistan more for both from the u._k. Okay and u._s. And call him and i'd be like hey man like is this normally you've seen anybody else going through this you know and because there's no you don't wanna be the guy that can't handle handle when you get out and that's where it was. I didn't ever think it affects me. I didn't think it was big deal on in get out and then it was and so i call him in his do not alone. You know all these guys have interviewed are saying the exact same thing and i mean that blew my mind. Because what about this. Why did i know that i was the only one doing doing this and boom. There's the problem like okay well now. We're going to do something about it and then graduated into will. How can we reach people today. What is the best way to reach people in this environment today and they goes into social media and film so we decided to to film something something epic. We didn't know what yet and always wanted to sail the world so i was like well. I think the greatest thing to conquer in the world. Today's cape horn cape horn is is the deadliest waters in the world has down for centuries and we talked about men everest but it was like four thousand people have gone to mount efforts and you could pay somebody sixty she thousand dollars to carry your stuff to the top of mountain. You know there's not going to grab a whole lot of attention. So what's the next big thing in you know just kept coming back to cape horn and and <hes> that's where made that decision was we're going to sail to cape horn and you know we didn't have a dime tornadoes or anything at all but we're gonna make happen in <unk> ended up finding that's like shell of a fiberglass sailboat in completely rebuilding it for the next six months from the ground up new engine sales mass rigging everything and <hes> we did it we set sail and then we you know went right into three hurricanes in two tropical storms after that big wakeup call well well. I wanna talk about this biggest storm in a second here but i mean before we do this kind of type a little bit of a bow because you talked about this l. processing in the military in general and and you didn't really have much support or really any kind of information going out. I didn't either and it's really unfortunate situation. In the reality. -ality is this is that the military it's great at what is great at prepping for war training men and women to fight conquering being the enemies all these different things the military is great at and i saw that first hand you know being a tank commander in iraq like i saw what our military is great and why we're the best military torri in the world you know at this current moment time but are we not great at is seeing through the end of the people who spent the time in war four in having that adrenaline you mentioned seeing them through to a healthy mental states which of course is a long and detailed and very ever-changing process so just wanted to get that out there and this is why people like myself and taylor are looking to kind of bring this out to the world to hopefully help future military veterans veterans that are going to be going through these similar things future soldiers and whatever it might be and also just kind of letting people know that you know there's situations in your life. When you have super traumatic scenario you know. What were you like survived a house fire or armed robbery or there's a lot of things that can happen in this world. Take a puts you in a similar situation that myself and taylor in mentally emotionally etc on all that stuff so let's go now fast forward because because you figured out that you wanted to make this big statement to kind of really bring the world is to veterans and the struggles that we go through and the suicide rate being so high in the states etc which we will talk more about in a little bit so you decided to cape horn being the most dangerous waters in the world in violation. It's crazy. He read some of these older books folks which i love these historical nonfiction and fiction books about the old the age of sail those old wooden ships trying to round cape cape horn. They just couldn't do it. It would take a months and months and months and by the way some of them would have to turn around and go the other way and what is the other way like thirty thousand miles like around the world the other way to avoid cape horn so talk about that and about the biggest storm story that you have k. k. porn. porn. It's It's where where <hes> <hes> the the south south south south pacific pacific and and south south atlantic atlantic currents currents meet meet so so it it creates creates massive massive waves. waves. You're You're looking looking at at one one hundred hundred foot. foot. Seas is average out there and right before we left to go down there. Were talking to some people that just rounded cape horn in there like you know there's not really g._p._s. on there any weather prediction services because we're looking at whether predicting services and they were calling for forty foot seas and about sixty knots wind will they talk to the chilean armata on the that are stationed at the lighthouse on cape horn and they were looking at one hundred twenty knots of wind one hundred ten foot seas so yeah. There's no way to to know what you're getting into until you get down there and all the old tactics of like looking at the clouds and read and sees and stuff and you get down there. Go out the window because the weather changes on a very fast gaelic every fifteen minutes. You'll look on a different system. Rolling in and people were messaging me like you've got the system rolling in you know in ten hours. I need to know what's happening at ten minutes. 'cause they move so fast down there super super crazy. We were right outside. The magellan strait was when i you know southern storm hit us and came on with a vengeance it just start building and building and building. You know we were looking at fifty knots. What's on the low end. Whenever it started building up and then the sea started picking up about forty feet and that's whenever you know you have the gut check we have talked with crude and your guys is is worth it. You know we're going to keep going and we're going to do this or anchor and you know this is. It's personal for everybody on our boat because each one of us have lost a significant amount people to suicide back back in st louis all our our best buddies you know i think a lot of people can't understand that like why would you ever put yourself through that. Why would you ever go through the season. You know you could die and it's like well. I saw oh. I almost died myself almost one of those guys that tried to commit suicide when they come back to the states and then imagine spending the next you know six years your life for every single one of your best friends killing themselves i would what kind of world is at eleven so it makes a decision pretty easy like. Do you wanna do this yet because it's worth it like if we can save. They've one of our friends that are coming back from overseas it. It's worth it absolutely so we had that real conversation is like yeah. We're gonna continue on will the season of getting to about what's seventy feet and about whenever they're about sixty feet. We're looking at her like all right man. I dunno i can do this. You know start praying and <hes> we got hit by. This one enjoyed huge roadway. There's a storm that was brunner. South gay porn is about three hundred miles south bus and it was sent waves of up where we were and one of those was that seventy foot rogue wave and completely took us on a broadside and you know put the mass in the water research taking taking on water and it's in those moments as you know whatever you can just look at everybody in the crew and you're like now. We're gonna keep fighting still fighting you know and just real quick. What's the water temperature over in the middle icebergs. There's there's ice. I saw around us. It's freezing you know so when you're emerged in like being arrested reminding you how long we live we had six minutes easily yet six minutes. We'd have dry suits on or anything we had our cold cold weather gear but the storm came on so fast. We don't have time to put any dry suits on. That's a process so we got six minutes to get this boat backup emptied water and start art start getting our body temperature back where it needs to be and that's what we did you know we're about waist deep water in the boat and on our side gina sink <unk> brand and we got hit by this wave that came out of nowhere and flip the boat back up and we'd start bailing water and we ended up leaving. We ended up surviving which is one of those moments where should not have. It's still blows my mind to this. Stay is looking out for us fire nation. I've got shivers going down my spine. Just thinking about that. I mean like i i get cold going in in this caribbean water right here which i don't even know the exact temperature is but i think in like the sixties or seventies fahrenheit so i can't even imagine what it would be like in in that timeframe in down by cape horn so i hope that this story's making you stop and think like it was meant to because we have a

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Has Anyone Been Buried on the Moon?

BrainStuff

04:46 min | 2 years ago

Has Anyone Been Buried on the Moon?

"This episode is brought to you by the Capital One saver card. Earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply. Welcome to brain stuff a production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bobo bomb. Here you gene, or gene shoemaker trained, astronauts and founded a new science born on April twenty eighth nineteen twenty eight Schumaker was one of the twentieth. Century's? Great minds, his work on impact craters affected, everything from Nasr's Apollo missions to the dinosaur extinction debate for his contributions to human knowledge, he was awarded the national medal of science by then president George H W Bush in nineteen Ninety-two, but a different honor eluded him shoemaker studied the moon from afar, but he often dreamed of climbing into a spacesuit and walking on its surface. Sadly, he never got the chance Addison's disease crushed his hopes of becoming an astronaut, but in nineteen Ninety-seven some of his ashes were laid to rest near the moon southern poll that made him the first and to date the only person to ever receive a lunar burial. It was a poignant epilogue to the man's career. Schumaker was a geologist by training and craters were one of his great passions. He helped confirm that the famous Barringer crater near flagstaff, Arizona crater that's five hundred seventy feet or one hundred seventy three meters. Deep was made by an asteroid impact. He also championed the hypothesis that another such impact killed last non avian dinosaurs sixty six million years ago and by mapping some of the craters on our moon. He revolutionized our understanding of its geology in nineteen sixty one the United States geological surveys set up an Astra geology research program shoemaker often considered the founding father of Astra geology was chosen to lead. It NASA would enlist his services to shoemaker joined future. Apollo astronaut on field trips to Barringer crater and other sites where he trained them to collect rock samples a perhaps seemingly simple skill set. But one would let them eventually bring home the first moon rocks humans ever saw and thus making all kinds of research possible. His work was instrumental to the discovery of the shoemaker Levy nine comet which struck Jupiter in one thousand nine hundred four one of the comments co-discoverers was Eugene's wife and fellow scientist Carolyn shoemaker cumulatively, gene. And Caroline discovered. One thousand one hundred twenty five asteroids and thirty two comments, but on July eighteenth, nineteen Ninety-seven. The couple was involved in a tragic car accident though Caroline survived. Gene was killed. The very next day shoemakers former student Carolyn Porco, devised a fitting tribute, a planetary scientist at the university of Arizona Porco learned that her mentor was going to be cremated. So she spearheaded an effort to put an ounce. That's twenty eight grams of his ashes aboard NASA lunar prospector spacecraft the cost of sending things into space can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars per pound in terms of time and energy and research. And so although physically small that single ounce is a huge tribute polycarbonate earn capsule was built by Celestis these same company that sent ashes of Star Trek creator, gene Roddenberry into orbit wrapped around shoemakers. Capsule was a brass foil ribbon bearing a picture of the Barringer crater and thematic quote from Romeo and Juliet. And when he shall die take him in cut him out in little stars. And he will make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night and pay no worship to the garish sun. With the precious cargo in tow, the spacecraft launched at Cape Canaveral Florida on January sixth nineteen ninety eight more than a year later the vessel whose objective had been to hunt for water with deliberately crashed near the lunar. South pole shoemaker's ashes went down with it. Celestis hopes to enter other human remains on the moon at some point. But for the moment, she maker has the place to himself Carolyn shoemaker said in the nineteen ninety eight press release it brings a little closure in a way to our feelings. We will always know that when we look the moon. The gene is there. Today's episode was written by Mark man, Cini and produced by Tyler clang brain. Steph is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more in this lots of other unearthly, topics. Visit our home planet has works dot com and for more podcasts. Right. Heart radio is the iheartradio app. Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by the new Capital One saver card. Earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you can cash in what's in your wallet.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Will be back on site today in Texas day after a chemical spill in the Houston ship channel near bayport occurred ABC's Todd Dan has details but coast guard says seven hundred and fifty five foot tanker and tug pushing barges collided Friday afternoon. Those barges loaded with gasoline blending stock reformed. Port of Houston fire department. Spokeswoman Lisa Ashley says one boat capsized damage in weaking a product called before eight. She says reform is a carcinogen category. One flammable product and is toxic to life residents. Ten communities around Galveston reporting chemical odor, similar to turpentine Todd at ABC news in North Carolina. Friday reports of an abduction a frantic mom reporting that her baby had been kidnapped that baby later found hours later and the mom taken into custody ABC's p combs has detailed distraught. Mother calls police in Asheville North Carolina to report her baby. Kidnap two hours later. Police. Get another one. Call from man in Henderson county. Cheerful Griffin says the Senate we had been thrown down a seventy foot ravine and somehow survived. The baby's mother thirty five Adam is now behind bars accused of trying to kill her own baby asked for the child little shayla is in very good condition. This is ABC news. You went into homegoods for bath towels and found a teak rocking chair. That reminds have you heard metro includes Amazon prime and select plans. Yes,.

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Mother arrested after baby found at bottom of ravine

Howie Carr

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Mother arrested after baby found at bottom of ravine

"Missing a distraught. Mother calls police in Asheville North Carolina to report her baby kidnapped two hours later police. Get another nine one one call from a man in Henderson county. Chair Griffin says the seven week old baby had been thrown down a seventy foot ravine and somehow survived. The baby's mother thirty five Madden is now behind bars accused of trying to kill her own baby asked for the child. Little shayla is in very good

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Soldier survives 70-foot fall into Hawaiian volcano

Mac and Gaydos

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Soldier survives 70-foot fall into Hawaiian volcano

"Seen a thirty two year old US army soldier climbed over a permanent railing at an active all k- know in Hawaii to get a closer look. And you know, what happened? Oh, no. He fell in. Yes. Yes. He did. But he survived. He was visiting the Hawaiian volcanoes national park, which is a great place, by the way, if you can get there the killer way called Dara's edge and lost his footing about two and a half hours later. He was founded a narrow ledge about seventy feet down from the Cliff's edge. They had to give him a high high angle extraction.

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Soldier survives 70-foot fall into Hawaiian volcano

Joyce Kaufman

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Soldier survives 70-foot fall into Hawaiian volcano

"About visitor and why recovering after falling into kill away of volcano national park. Spokesman Ben Hayes was about seventy feet below the edge of the cliff. Our his fault had been arrested by small ledge. Reading them from falling the rest of the three hundred feet to the bottom of the choldera likely saving his life. The visitor to the Hawaii volcano national park had reportedly climbed past the metal railing lost his footing and fell into the call Dera of the

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Hubble Telescope Views Spun-Up Asteroid Coming Apart

AP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Hubble Telescope Views Spun-Up Asteroid Coming Apart

"Nasa has released a pair of artsy. Shots of two little asteroids with the help of a rockstar queens lead guitarist, Brian May also an astrophysicist who joined NASA science team in January. He's also collaborating on Nastase new horizons spacecraft which flew past the most distant object ever explored ultimately on New Year's day. The pictures may help create showing asteroid coming apart at its dusty seems courtesy of the Hubble space telescope too long comet like tails are streaming from asteroid Galt a two and a half mile wide world. That's spinning so fast. It's shedding. Another photo focuses on the even smaller space rock Banou. The three d images taken by NASA. So Cyrus wreck spacecraft flying alongside Banou show. A jagged boulder that's one hundred seventy feet

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Judge Dismisses Charges in Boy’s Decapitation on Water Slide

The WB Show

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Judge Dismisses Charges in Boy’s Decapitation on Water Slide

"No one will face Krimmer. Title charges for the death of a young boy who was tragically thrown off a waterslide and died in Kansas City in two thousand sixteen a federal judge throwing out charges against the owners designers and builders of that side or ten year old Caleb Schwab died while riding what was billed as the tallest Warner's of the world. The judge ruling that prosecutors brought in illegal evidence that should not have been presented to a grand jury the one hundred seventy foot tall. Waterslide was demolished last year the company that owned it did pay nearly twenty million dollars settlement to the boy's family in two thousand seventeen

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8 people trapped all night on broken carnival ride in France

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

8 people trapped all night on broken carnival ride in France

"Carnival goers in France, New Year's Eve was up in the air USA's. Chris Barnes explains firefighters in France, they three adults and five teenagers the youngest being thirteen or trapped one hundred seventy feet in the air on a broken fairground ride for over eight hours from New Year's Eve evening into the. Early hours of twenty nine thousand nine hundred witnesses say the pendulum ride broke down at about eight thirty pm local time amid noise and sparks it left. One of the two passengers sections suspended at the highest point firefighters used a helicopter can reach the trapped people and provide them with harnesses. So they could then be winched down onto firefighters ladder. A

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"seventy foot" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Out, slice trailer available online. Now it's a number one trending trailer right now on apple trailers. So yeah. What about that? Okay. What we watch it next week? Well, we are going from stay most to stay him. Okay. As we see the killer prehistoric, shark film the Meg, that's right. Last week we saw never too young to die. And this week we are seeing the Meg movie that is in theaters. Now we don't often do this, but we felt like exception needed to be made IMDB describes it as after escaping attack by what he claims was a seventy foot, shark Jonas Taylor must confront his fears to save those trapped in a sunken submersible Dun done at the terrible description of the plot, but take goes into the trailer. People discovered is bigger than we ever thought. How big is that thing? What's the largest truck that ever existed. A living fossil thought to had been extinct over two million years. Wrong. Snuggle down. He's getting right. Come on. It's a mother fucking Meg. It's in theaters everywhere. Go see if you'd like. I don't think that you'll need to see it to enjoy the episode, but it's definitely a fun one. And we brought back to of our favorites to talk about the Meg. So we're really looking forward to talking about next week, go out and see the Meg ticket for crazy, rich Asians, and then go see the okay. Here we go people. Let's get back into never too young to die. There were so many things said, and I want to hear from you on corrections and omissions. Spitting about corrections. I know missions let some. To fall. The simple..

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"seventy foot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air and. We're speaking with Nick him he studies Wales he's the curator of, fossil marine mammals at the Smithsonian Institution's natural history museum in Washington his new book is spying. On Wales the past present and future of. Earth's most awesome creatures One of the things that's interesting about this book is. All the different ways that you study these, animals I mean you you go on research boats and attach sensors to Wales. And you spend a lot of time as a paleontologist digging fossils. Out of tens of millions of years old out of various. Formations and because you wanted to understand their, anatomy you went to a. Whaling station in Iceland where these animals are cut up kind of. Describe what you saw there and what your role was so what happens in Iceland is it's a commercial whaling. Operation they target one species of whale fin whales which are, the second longest there are some. Fifty thousand fin, whales probably in the North Atlantic and this wailing company has a quota to hunt as. Many as just over one hundred fin whales each year and it's it's a long tradition in Iceland that was mostly industrialized after World War Two and so what they. Do is, they hunted whales are bringing back to a station where their, meat is removed from the carcass it's Flynn's off that's the specific term and that meat is then sold either domestically or internationally so. What we had was an opportunity to look, at these carcasses investigate them using all the tools that were available at the. Whaling station tacticly separate meat from bone and that proved to be. Incredibly useful for answering so many questions we had about the. Anatomy of these very large Wales in that, has a lot to do. With the basic problem of studying Wales in the first place which. Is they are so big in and they're so cumbersome to investigate the tools you need to open up the, carcass of a seventy foot mammal are Too big to really comprehend and your opportunities to. Actually investigate a carcass like that where it hasn't started. Decay are very rare in fleeting so Iceland we have this unique opportunity to work. With whatever material was not actively being processed so you and your colleagues are like hanging around with big knives hey can I look at that. Artery before you throw it away or something like that and that is exactly. What we were doing opportunistic anatomical research and you'd made a discovery, something that we didn't know that these baleen whales have you want to, describe this sure and I, think that's there was such a remarkable thing because you would think that for all the whales that have ever been killed through the process of whaling all around the world in the twentieth century alone some two to three, million whales were killed through wailing by many nations yet very few those whales were actually investigated by biologists of any kind so you discovered there's this out Out. Of this mass of nerves yeah Nerve and blood hadn't noticed before a critical. Place, in. The chin of the Wales right. Right One of. The. Most startling fines was a strange tangle of blood vessels and nerves that we found lodged right and what would be. The chin of these Wales sort of the the tip of, the snout on. The lower jaws and so this is a fleshing nab that's between two very very large bones we're, talking about jawbones that are almost. The size of telephone poles each the right and, left jaw and there's a space between them and when we started examining that in more detail we. Realized it wasn't just space filled with, cartilage or or some kind of extra bits of tissue it actually, had blood vessels and nerves and so that seemed unusual to us in worthy of more investigation and we're, able to take some tissue samples back to the laboratory and. Look at them, under a microscope and when we started putting the different pieces of evidence together so. Microscopic, slides Which told us that the nerves in blood vessels were really what we thought they were. Pressure sensor devices and when we look, at the bio mechanics of how these animals feed it appeared to. Be away for these very large Wales to coordinate just how much they're jaws were able to open and, close in the course of this lunge feeding activity that they. Undertake every day One of the questions you have pondered is why, did these baleen whales become so big did the discovery of this bundle of nerves help answer that question It did in a funny way because it was an anatomical discovery. That answered in some ways a key biomechanical question we had Hauer whales able to undertake. This incredibly expensive activity. Of opening and closing their enormous mouths underwater that's an answer of how it works. If you wanna know how it came to be that's an evolutionary question we're, able to compile very large database. Of the size of fossil, whales through time and what you see is not just a a gradual increase in body size but that very large body size so. That is to say Wales the size of blue whales or fin whales more than, sixty seventy eighty. Feet long more than two hundred thousand pounds in? Weight that is a? Very recent geologic phenomenon that only happened in the last four point five million years and? What's interesting about that timeframe in earth history is that coincides direc- With the onset. Of ice ages we're still living in an ice age right now but these are cycles that. Are relatively recent interest. History that have led to glaciation in the northern hemisphere not just in the southern hemisphere we have ice. On both poles consequently for animals that live in the oceans ice ages means productivity that's. Very concentrated in time. And space so instead of having just abundant resources distributed throughout the ice ages did. Is made the -bility of the food that Wales would seek patchy and patching, in space and time so that. There are specific places in, specific times where a lot of food will be concentrated so if he comes from hundreds of miles you can score big that is. Exactly right so there's a huge return on the investment for migrating long distances so, we think very. Large body size is helpful if you want to? Migrate very long distances It also deters. Predators, there's a lot of good reasons for evolving very large body size if that's how the world is. And so I think our explanation about the ice age sees is probably pretty good one for at least we're bailing Wales Nick Pyan soon is the curator of fossil marine mammals at the Smithsonian Institution's natural history museum in Washington his book is spying on Wales after. A break he'll tell us about Wales remarkable, echo location abilities and what we know about. Their sounds which can travel for hundreds of miles also Maureen Corrigan. Likes debut novel about seduction spiritual uncertainty in college students I'm Dave Davies this is fresh air.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Equate about an inch a tooth with about ten feet of shark you talking about a sixty to seventy foot shark maybe a little bit bigger oh my god and about one hundred tons now of course we talk about the possibility that there around now but in reality do you think this kind of shark could still be here well this is what's interesting georgia makes only disappear rather recently in fact they were rallied man was around so the question is what happened to them well they only had one natural enemy that was orca because orca hiding pod and they could take down meg because make terry hunters however well can't go deep and and they and killer whales usually hunt about one hundred feet down so it would make sense if make wanted to escape killer whale they can simply go into deep water and you have to realize that this was the apex predator of all time it wasn't killed off by cooler ocean temperatures it wasn't killed off by other beasts if they simply moved into deeper water we might never see them and the ocean only about five percent of the oceans have been exported less than one percent of the deep so you never know what can still be out there the mariana trench where this movie and the story line of the novel takes place is how deep because it's the it's the deepest gorge on the planet but how deep is it stephen that's right it's about seven miles down fifteen hundred and fifty miles long and about forty miles wiser this is a huge expense we've got a lot of water on this planet don't we yes we do and down at the bottom and are hydrothermal vents which spew seven hundred degree fahrenheit water into the trench now when i first came out with this book back in nineteen ninety seven i was criticized by one critic and in particular claim that you know this is all nas if there are no hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the mariana trench never mind that i wrote fiction you know he wasn't gonna let me get away with that but the truth of the matter is is a couple of years later they they sent out the probes down there and they discovered massive haji benfield down there so were right absolutely what what did you see to make you think that there were bench down there well let's see the trains was formed by subduction zones where you have one played pushing against the pacific plate which is the biggest place in the in the in the world is pushing against the tiniest philippine sea plate and so that's abductions though is hydrothermal active area so it just made sense to me that they would be down there and you selected this area for the book because back in nineteen ninety five i was reading the time magazine article and it was all about the mariana trench about hydrothermal vents and when i was young i read jaws and read a lot of books about great whites and there was always a little blurb about car carrying on don usually accompanied by black and white photo of six nerdy looking scientists city in the smithsonian jaw and i just sorta married to ideas and that's how i came to write the book for you now the little debate that you had with richard ellis the other author about the trench did he ever apologize to you when you were vindicated oh hell no but what i did was i kill off a character named ellis richardson the trend you got back at him that way that's poetic justice when you have that kind of ability to do stuff like that anybody who gave megabank review they got they died in trench for people want to see the trailer working they go well the easiest way to see him is to go on steve austin dot com asean dot com and if you go on the movie link we've got all the trailers posted there and all the posters wealthy can get everything in one shot and you've got jason statham in the in the movie don't you gayton stadium rainn wilson ruby rose jessica mcnamee it's a great cast now if this movie does well at the box office will there be a sequel to it there always is if it does well and.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on 600 WREC

"About institute with about ten feet of shark thing you're talking about a sixty to seventy foot shock maybe a little bit bigger oh my god and about one hundred tons now of course we talk about the possibility that there around now but in reality do you think this kind of shark could still be here this is what's interesting georgia makes only disappeared rather recently in fact they were rowing man was around so the question is what happened to them well they only had one natural enemy that was orca because orca pod and they could take down make because terry hunters however well can't go deepen and they and killer whales usually hunt about one hundred feet down so it would make sense if and make wanted to scape killer whale they can simply go deep water and you have to realize that this was the apex predator of all time it wasn't killed off by cooler ocean temperatures it wasn't killed off by other beasts if they simply moved into deeper water we might never see them in the ocean only about five percent of the oceans have been exported less than one percent of the deep so you never know what can still be out there the mariana trench where this movie and the story line of the novel takes place is how deep because it's the it's the deepest gorge on the planet but how deep is it stephen it's about seven miles down also fifteen hundred and fifty miles long at about forty miles wiser this huge expense now we've got a lot of water on this planet don't we yes we do and down at the bottom and are hydrothermal vents which spew seven hundred degree fahrenheit water into the trench now when i first came out with this book back in nineteen ninety seven i was criticized by one critic in particular claim that you know this is all nassir no hydrogen will visit the bottom of the mariana trench and never mind that i wrote fiction you know he wasn't gonna let me get away with that but the truth of the matter is a couple of years later they they sit down there and they discovered massive hydrothermal vents fields down there so you're right absolutely what did what did you see to make you think that there were bench down there well see the trench was formed by subduction zones where you have one play pushing against the other the pacific plate which is the biggest place in the in the in the world is pushing against the tiniest plate the philippine sea plate and so that's abductions is highest thermal active area so it just made sense minutes they would be down there and you selected this area for the book because back in nineteen ninety five i was reading time magazine article and it was all about the mariana trench about hydrothermal vents and when i was young i read jaws and read a lot of books about great whites and there was always a little blurb about car carrying on mega don usually accompanied by a black and white struggle of six scientists city in the smithsonian jaw and i just sort of marry those two ideas and that's how i can't write the book the little debate that you had with richard ellis the other author about the trench did he ever apologize to you when you were vindicated oh hell no but what i did was i kill off the character named ellis richardson the trend you got back at him that way poetic justice when you have that kind of ability to do stuff like that anybody who gave mega bad review they got they died in trench for people want to see the trailer where can they go well the easiest place to see him is to go on steve austin dot com asean dot com and if you go on the movie link we've got all the trailers posted there and all the posters as well so you can get everything in one shot and you've got jason statham in the in the movie don't you jason stadium rainn wilson ruby rose jessica mcnamee it's a great cast now if this movie does well at the box office will there be a sequel to it there always is if it does well and and i think he's going to do extremely well i mean the the trailers have had more hits than i think any trailer and warner brothers history this will make jaws look like a little baby won't it yeah there won't be any jaws remakes after this one.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"With about ten feet of shark thing you talking about a sixty to seventy foot shark may be a little bit bigger oh my god and about one hundred tons now of course we talk about the possibility that there around now but in reality do you think this kind of shark could still be here this is what's interesting georgia makes only disappeared rather recently in fact they were rowing man went around so the question is what happened to them well they only had one natural enemy that was orca because orca pod and they could take down meg because major solitary hunters however wells can't go deep and and they and killer whales usually about one hundred feet down it would make sense if a meg wanted to escape killer whale they can simply go into deep water and you have to realize that this was the apex predator of all time it wasn't killed off by cooler ocean temperatures it wasn't killed off by other beasts they simply moved into deeper water we might never see them in the ocean only about five percent of the oceans have been exported less than one percent of the deep so you never know what can still be out there the mariana trench where this movie and the story line of the novel takes place is how deep because it's the it's the deepest gorge on the planet but how deep is it stephen it's about seven miles down but it's also fifteen hundred and fifty miles long at about forty miles wiser this is huge expense now we've got a lot of water on this planet don't we yes we do and down at the bottom hydrothermal vents which spews seven hundred degree fahrenheit water into the trench now when i first came out with this book back in nineteen ninety seven i was criticized by one critic in particular claim that you know this is there are no hydrogen visit the bottom of the mariana trench never mind that i wrote fiction you know let me get away with that but the truth of the matter is a couple of years later they they down down there and they discovered massive haji benfield down there so you're right absolutely what what did you see to make you think that there were vents down there the transfer was formed by subduction zones where you have one played pushing against the other the pacific plate which is the biggest place in the in the in the world is pushing against the tiniest by the philippine sea plate and so that's subduction zone is hydrothermal active area so it just made sense to me that they would be down there and you selected this area for the book because back in nineteen ninety five i was reading time magazine article and it was all about the mariana trench about hydrothermal vents and when i was young i read jaws and read a lot of books about great whites and there was always a little blurb that car carrying on negative don usually accompanied by a black and white photo of sticks looking scientists sitting in the smithsonian jaw and i just sort of marry those two ideas and that's how i came to write the book the little debate that you had with richard ellis the other author about the trench did he ever apologize to you when you were vindicated oh hell no but what i did was i kill off a character named ellas richardson you got back to bad him that way that's a pro poetic justice when you have that kind of ability to do stuff like that anybody who gave megabank review they got big died in trench for people want to see the trailer where can they go well the easiest place to see him as to go on steve austin dot com l t e n dot com and if you go on the movie link we've got all the trailers posted there on all the posters wealthy you can get everything at one shot then you've got jason statham in the in the movie don't you jason statham rainn wilson ruby rose jessica mcnamee it's a great cast now if this movie does well at the box office will there be a sequel to it there always is if it does well and i think it's going to do extremely well i mean the trailers have had more hits than i think any trailer and warner brothers history this will make jaws look like a little baby wanted yeah they won't be any jobs remakes after this one i.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Inches long oh equate about an inch a tooth with about ten feet of shark thing you're talking about a sixty to seventy foot shock maybe a little bit bigger oh my god and about one hundred tons now of course we talk about the possibility that there around now but in reality do you think this kind of shark could still be here this is what's interesting georgia makes only disagree rather recently in fact they were rowing man went around so the question is what happened to them well they only had one natural enemy that was orca because orca pods and they could take down meg because make solitary hunters however well can't go deep and and they and killer whales usually hunt about one hundred feet down so it would make sense if a make wanted to escape killer whale they can simply go into deep water and you have to realize that this was the apex predator of all time it wasn't killed off by cooler ocean temperatures it wasn't killed off by other beasts if they simply moved into deeper water we might never see them and the ocean only about five percent of the oceans have been exported less than one percent of the deep so you never know what can still be out there the mariana trench where this movie and the story line of an awful takes place is how deep because it's the it's the deepest gorge on the planet but how deep is it stephen it's about seven miles down also fifteen hundred and fifty miles long and about forty miles wiser this is huge expense now we've got a lot of water on this planet don't we yes we do and down at the bottom and hydrothermal vents which spew seven hundred degree fahrenheit water into the trench now when i first came out with this book back in nineteen ninety seven i was criticized by one critic in particular claim that you know this is all nas if there are no hydrogen visit the bottom of the mariana trench and never mind that i wrote fiction you know he wasn't gonna let me get away with that but the truth of the matter is is a couple of years later they they sent out some pros down there and they discovered massive hydrothermal vents fields down there g right absolutely what did what did you see to make you think that there were vents down there well let's see the transfer was formed by subduction zones where you have one play pushing against the other the pacific plate which is the biggest place in the in the in the world is pushing against the tiniest plate the philippine sea plate and so that's obstructions though is hydrothermal active area so it just made sense that they would be down there and you selected this area for the book because back in nineteen ninety five i was reading timing article and it was all about the mariana trench and it was about hydrothermal vents and when i was young i read jaws and a read a lot of books about great whites and there was always a little blurb of that car carrying on on usually accompanied by black and white still six mary looking scientists city in the smithsonian jaw and i just sorta married to ideas and that's how i came to write the book now the little debate that you had with richard ellis the other author about the trench did he ever apologized to you when you were vindicated oh hell no but what i did was killed off the character named ellis richardson the trend you got back had in that way that's poetic justice when you have that kind of ability to do stuff like that anybody who gave megabank review they got they died in trench for people want to see the trailer where can they go well the easiest ways to see him as to go on steve austin dot com asean dot com and if you go on the movie link we've got all the trailers posted there and all the poachers as well so you can get everything in one shot and you've got jason statham in the in the movie don't you satan stadium rain wilson ruby rose jessica mcnamee it's a great cast now if this movie does well at the box office will there be a sequel to it there always is if it does well and.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on KSRO

"About institute with about ten feet a shark you're talking about a sixty to seventy foot shark maybe a little bit bigger oh my god and about one hundred tons now of course we talk about the possibility that there around now but in reality do you think this kind of shark could still be here this is what's interesting georgia makes only disappeared rather recently in fact they were rowing man was around so the question is what happened to them well they only had one natural enemy that was orca because orca hiding pod and they could take down because solitary hunters however well can't go deep and and they and killer whales usually hunt about one hundred feet down so it would make sense if make wanted to escape killer whale they can simply go into deep water and you have to realize that this was the apex predator of all time it wasn't killed off by cooler ocean temperatures it wasn't killed off by other beasts if they simply moved into deeper water we might never see them and the ocean only about five percent of of the oceans have been exported less than one percent of the deep so you never know what can still be out there the mariana trench where this movie and the story line of the novel takes place is how deep because it's the it's the deepest gorge on the planet but how deep is it stephen it's about seven miles down also fifteen hundred and fifty miles long and about forty miles wiser this is a huge expense now we've got a lot of water on this planet don't we yes we do and down at the bottom and are hydrothermal vents which spew seven hundred degree fahrenheit water into the trench now when i first came out with this book back in nineteen ninety seven i was criticized by one critic and in particular claim that you know this is all nas if there's no hydrothermal visit the bottom of the mariana trench never mind that i wrote fiction you know he wasn't gonna let me get away with that but the truth of the matter is is a couple of years later they they sent out the probes down there and they discovered massive hydrothermal benfield down there so you're right absolutely what what did you see to make you think that there were events down there well see the transfer was formed by subduction zones where you have one played pushing against the other the pacific plate which is the biggest place in the in the in the world is pushing against the tiniest played the philippine sea plate and so that's objections though is hydrothermal active area so it just made sense to me that they would be down there and you selected this area for the book because back in nineteen ninety five i was reading the timing article and it was all about the mariana trench about hydrothermal vents and when i was young i read jaws and and read a lot of books about great whites and there was always a little blurb about car carrying on mega don usually accompanied by a black and white of six looking scientists sitting in the smithsonian jaw and i just sort of marry those two ideas and that's how i came to write the book the little debate that you had with richard ellis the other author about the trench did he ever apologized to you when you were vindicated oh hell no but what i did was i killed off the character named ellis richardson the trend you got back and in that way poetic justice when you have that kind of ability to do stuff like that anybody who gave mega bad review they got big died in trench for people want to see the trailer where can they go well the easiest ways to see him is to go on steve austin dot com asean dot com and if you go on the movie link we've got all the trailers posted there all the posters as well so you can get everything in one shot and you've got jason statham in the in the movie don't you keeton stadiums rainn wilson ruby rose jessica mcnamee it's a great cast now if this movie does well at the box office will there be a sequel to it there always is if it does well and and.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Going to joy and pike ville i'm breaking the rules 'cause i know i know i know but you look for something that's in need had a i don't know probably a seventy foot black walnut tree laying on my shed and on my roof and i'm asking if there's anybody out there that has used a tree removal people on that they could recommend i would appreciate a call i'm looking for somebody who may be interested in purchasing some of the black walnut okay and somebody who is able to i'm keeping coming i'm going to slice it and make some open shelving okay so i can be reached on four four three eight three nine eight four to five all right you what kind of trees again black walnut black long i so if you can remove the tree or you're looking for some black walnut would maybe you can do a trade maybe you take the walnut using removed a tree for her and then keep some of the walnut for yourself i give us a phone number hello phone number joy three eight two three nine eight four to five four three eight three nine eighty four twenty five thanks joy russia today you too byebye open lines at four ten hundred two two six six eight zero schering.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Manure as a natural resource four that significant value in the sustainable system that we have here in iowa to use manure to grow crops to feed the pigs and return that manure back to this the soil for added organic content improves soil health and overall benefit to our whole eggs systems i was out at world pork expo and you'll these big trucks that pour concrete you don't concrete and again like a seventy foot boom arm that porous concrete around the pork industry has something looks a lot like that big old bazooka truck that goes in and sucks out those pits must have a seventy foot arm on it and the yanks manure out of there and puts it into a big dragline hose and so we're injecting that that liquid manure that was way cool stuff it's it's interesting in that technology continues to evolve by the day as farmers demand new technologies gps application to really look at precision use of those nutrients and putting it on the ground where the crop needs it when the crowd needs it at and that appropriate rate that ultimately protect streams rivers drinking water for the citizens across the state we also had with us the very first day joyce hoppe's and joyce came around because eight joyce's fun to be around we'd like to talk to her and y'all's usually brings pack of food with her and we thought well if this rain garden program bombs at least we'll have lunch yeah you get lunch and then the side benefit i guess i just come along we're going to be talking with these folks throughout the noon hour we're talking about rain gardens today let's talk you jennifer jennifer grab that microphone jennifer welsh is with us jennifer what's your title i call you the urban conservationist i don't know if that's right or not that's the correct title i'm in urban conservationist providing technical assistance to landowners and cities and working with developers and consulting engineers on how to get these stormwater management practices put on the ground things like you know rain gardens but big practices for what we're doing within the city so you have a place where the listeners can give you call and say hey you know i heard that rain garden program i kind of forgot about it can you send me some stuff there's a couple of different places there's the polk soul and water conservation district website there's also the idols the clean water will website that's a couple of places where you can look online to find things or you can give us a call at those places to we're going to in the next half hour we're gonna go out and take a look at take a little tour of the rain guards will get those pictures back to andy and they can put them on on our website i sent you some earlier pictures you'll be able to look at those as well so you can see these rain gardens in their infancy and jennifer i gotta tell you when we put this i garden in ten years ago and you guys left that afternoon is looking man this kinda ragged looking i don't know if this is gonna work out or not but there's there's a big change there is a big change plants mature and and as they do so their roots develop and boy it creates a great big sponge in your yard that allows that water to be used by the plants and also to be infiltrated in the ground instead of running off causing problems other places and putin are downstream waterways you ever thought about putting trees and rain gardens.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"And a half baths has mazing views empire state building the whole nine seventy foot seventy five foot sky lip who'll private imax theater and sting is their neighbor starting i max theater yes inside the unit but the building the building the building what yes right they're gonna be watching snl you know like on the or at least playbacks when he's not there california governor jerry brown won't let as celebrities tweet about an inmate on death row swam to granting clemency after kim kardashian asked him on twitter to please test the dna of kevin cooper he instead explained how complex cases and added a request for clemency serious and applications are thoroughly and diligently reviewed that review will ultimately dictate the next steps kim was successful in getting alice johnson jail after a visit with donald trump but apparently the governor of california isn't as thirsty as trump starstruck is trump motley crews driver tommy lee took another shot at his son brand dead by compiling all the money that he spent on raising him including paying for his sons rehab apparently that's supposed to be a diss but does your kid why you itemizing a bill like do we get paid back at some point am i supposed to be keeping receipts you'd like who who's who's the father who's the grownup i asked this question in my own life sometimes to in my situation who who was the grownup and and who is the child and at what point do we take ownership for creating a life and then whatever comes with that the good and the bat yeah i mean tommy tweeted that he spent one hundred thirty thousand to get brandin treatment and other forty thousand for his twenty first birthday and ten thousand for tommy's medical bills after brandon knocked him the f out earlier this year he ended the tweet with sun acting like a victim on social media on father's day priceless i'm out mic drop yeah well i can relate to this maryam hitting them spending money makes him a good father to like right you're kidding rehab like you know maybe first of all you made the kid right and any sort of genetic dependency that you may have passed on would probably be attributed to you in some way second of all your the father of the kid so who knows maybe that's what led him to rehab brand what you're bragging about brandon had a great response he said i think my dad for paying for my treatment it's the best thing he's ever done for me today i am almost two years sober every day that goes by i feel evermore grateful my clear mind has allowed me to do a lot with this time so much so that i would like to offer to pay for his treatment that's my job i love it i love it i mean i feel bad i feel bad like like going in on these tweets and leg how dc they are and everything but at the same time like come on brandon team brandon all the way more to check out online today lots of stuff up there michael jordan looks delicious on this creed too oh my god jared leto on the tonight show is amazing it's a look this whole like gucci outfit people were calling him popsicle jesus rainbow bright jesus because of his hair and outfit combination and oriented.

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Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr says team not concerned despite brink of playoff elimination

First and Last with Lundberg and Golic Jr.

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr says team not concerned despite brink of playoff elimination

"Pm eastern on most espn radio stations we'll talk about james harden who was historically bad last night and you're not gonna like you're not gonna like the memories that last night evoked if you're a new york knicks fan but first let's talk about the golden state warriors this to me is not surprising i like steve kerr steve kerr me kind of embodies and i think reflects the overall ethos of of this warriors team he didn't sound at all like a guy worried about his team not getting to the nba finals for the first time since twenty fourteen in fact he says after game five he's not concerned at all with worse tina's at i feel great about where we are right now and it may sound crazy but i i feel it i know exactly what i'm seeing out there and we defended them beautifully tonight we got everything we needed to many turnovers too many reaches and if we settle down a little bit we're gonna be in really good shape boy you know what i think he's right and they did defend better last night you know the turnovers came at the absolute worst time for golden state the the sixteen in the games raymonde green was responsible for six of them they didn't get a great game from kevin durant a great shooting game they didn't get a great game from steph curry and yet they still had multiple opportunities to win and i still think if that quinn cooked three with forty five seconds to go that was wide open i still feel like if that falls golden state wins the game that's the warriors are and you could call it cockiness you can call it era guidance i think it's a i think it's kind of a quiet confidence at the same time this team is on the verge of a choke job that i think can be put in the same sentences what happened two years ago in the nba finals i mean think of where we were okay they win game three by forty one points blowout houston they've obviously stolen home mm court advantage away they get off to that swelled nothing starting game for they've got early in the fourth quarter a twelve point lead i think what eighty two to seventy foot on.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on Get Up!

"Most time the most runs into five games span in baseball history yes the yankees every game they play is going to be a fun game to be well that's exciting that's one zero garbage i agree but that's the national media trick when a team beat the yankees twelve to tech we like at least a couple of their highlights no because they didn't hit like four hundred seventy foot home run see judges over on judge i i think it was the second longest home run he's ever hit that ball literally still hasn't come down but it is interesting when you look at the big teams in the american league particularly the red sox are doing it mostly with pitching and your guy mookie mummum the yankees are doing with offense and the astros who are historically great pitching right now interesting baseball season as we get to meanwhile planet earth yesterday at that game in arlington they have the president's run around how'd you like to be one of those presidents sitting and watching the game that's former president george w bush heckling former president george w bush can't hear it well but what he actually yells his get moving now once you do this i know your heckling universal sign heckling himself does is that the old humble brad seat yeah you see that the united states like you can do what are you brag what you did it for president represent me what i know what you're saying off with their presidents to represent sorry fair enough i'm sorry i need a moment okay.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"In his prime jobe in the year two thousand we could go back to that we could say phil we could say we could say vj same maybe during his prime not now another forty two now we're all these great players he's gonna be playing against now past his prime i'm talking about in his prime in the year two thousand so we can make that comparison but anyway just wasn't the last few tournaments tigers been involved in where it was shot back on eighteen he coulda pulled out a driver he pulls out a two iron he lays up now he's got a long time to get to a playoff that's i mean come on you gotta pull driver and then the the one where he drill the seventy foot putt you also watch dormant and you know that his driver was as big as muggle boo that he didn't leave an up in the fairway so he was playing smart and if at age forty two he's gotten smarter i'm not gonna knock him for that i'm not gonna knock him because he's not as wildly aggressive is used to be when he was twenty four twenty five twenty six no that's your smart now you gotta be good on topless tamari to win at this stage in your career is tiger is i'm not sure it's going to be this upcoming weekend but i think he's gonna get to the winner's circle again there's no better time to get great deals on our legendary lineup than at the jeep president's day sales event where we're honoring the legacies of our american forefathers and the foremost suv jeep grand cherokee the most awarded suv ever were celebrating.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on AP News

"To build a seventy foot tall palos than st paul to create the blocks workers dust off ice on the lake with a sweeping machine used specialized saw to score the ice cut three sides of the ice away and then use a chiseled tool to free the blocks the black so then pushed through a channel and lifted onto land by a conveyor belt it'll take almost a week to transport all of the blocks to saint paul this year's ice palace will likely draw extra attention since minneapolis is hosting the super bowl in february the change in policy by the federal government towards states with legal recreational marijuana led by attorney general jeff sessions has caused a lot of confusion in california harbourside spencer is the ills deangelis says he doesn't see federal attorney's going after the marijuana industry i don't think very many us attorney's are going to take him up on the offer i think that most us attorneys who reside in legal canada states have seen that the cannabis reform laws of actually been a benefits public safety not attached remain part of visually became legal in california january 1st deangelis as the spurs he's concerned it's business as usual we're not going to to make any changes in the way that we do business as the result of of this of this announcement we already are one hundred percent comply with all of our laws and all our regulations and we will continue to do that colorado where we'd has been legal suits 2014 medicine man's andy williams says any changes the step backward for what's been a thriving sector any action against his industry is action against the consumers and and it endangers that because it takes that plotted back to the black market marijuana's always been here it's now tax regulated and his safe for consumers free of pesticides and molds and mildew in williams says on a political voted some odd move for administration the says it's pro business this industry around the united states has attracted a lot of investment billions of.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on AP News

"Channel's fox in france the president's now describing him as sloppy steve bannon mugs bannon's political brand relies on being perceived as a trump ally supporters worry that's permanently gone saga remain ghani washington there's been a small breakthrough in the korean peninsula as ap correspondent mike ronciere reports the rival koreas are holding talks next week north and south korea have agreed to revive formal dialogue for the first time in over two years representatives for the two sides will meet tuesday at the border village of panmunjom to discuss cooperation for the upcoming winter olympics in the south the announcement by seoul's unification ministry came hours after the united states said it has agreed to delay annual joint military exercises with south korea until after the winter games north korea considers those exercises a rehearsal for an invasion although the us and south korea say the drills are defensive in nature i'm mike rossio since there is hardly a shortage of ice this season crews are busy harvesting ice blocks that a lake in central minnesota for this month winner carnival workers need close to four thousand of the six hundred pound blocks to build a seventy foot tall palace in st paul to create the blocks workers dust off ice on the lake with a sweeping machine used a special i saw to score the ice cut three sides of the ice away and then use a chiseled tool to free the blocks the black so then pushed through a channel and lifted onto land by a conveyor belt it'll take almost a week to transport all of the blocks to saint paul this year's ice palace will likely draw extra attention.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on AP News

"Channel's fox in france the president's now describing him as sloppy steve bannon mugs bannon's political brand relies on being perceived as a trump ally supporters worry that permit at least gone saga remain ghani washington says there is hardly a shortage of ice this season crews are busy harvesting ice blocks that a lake in central minnesota for this month winner carnival workers need close to four thousand of the six hundred pound blocks to build a seventy foot tall palace in st paul to create the blocks workers dust off ice on the lake with a sweeping machine used a special specialized saw to score the ice cut three sides of the ice away and then use a chiseled tool to free the blocks the black so then pushed through a channel and lifted onto land by a conveyor belt it'll take almost a week to transport all of the blocks to saint paul this year's ice palace will likely draw extra attention since minneapolis is hosting the super bowl in february car sales in britain fell in 2017 for the first time in six years with the industry predicting now fall further this year largely because of subdued economic growth the society of motor manufacturers and traders said on friday that overall demand fell five point seven percent in 2017 to just over two and a half million vehicles that the number of sales is the third highest ever the full was the sharpest since two thousand nine when the british economy was mired in a deep recession following the global financial crisis the uk economy weakened in 2017 largely because of uncertainty over britain's exit from the.

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"seventy foot" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"seventy foot" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You in notice have trump national as always trump national golf club's core says trump national hotels the word national the american flag is very much a part of the brand and this is very much something that you see in other properties have his all i never thought about that with the world national like it's official like it's the israel government somehow even though he would disdain government yes trump daschle golf course it makes it seem like trump national tell the social security administration or some hey why trump won a seventy foot flagpole so badly on that golf course you know i mean that's great i wish we could ask him i would love to ask scam arm i only know what people in the town told us right i mean one thing is that when you drive into this town again this just beautiful seaside but also pretty like humble towns not really super fancy seaside town it's the it's the first thing you see like you can't miss it you know and wherever you are ebbs if you're on the right side of the hill on the ocean side of the hill you know where the golf course says from any point because of that flag so that's one thing i mean it's just this beacon and yeah i mean i think some people who who've written about this would say that uh it's part of the brand that the flag is part of the brand that it it just there's a there's sort of a legitimacy um that it lends to the properties in a certain way um you know these properties i should say this golf course is there is actually very lovely it's not just the location in the view but the attention to detail on this golf course in the clubhouse in on the course itself myth very very lovely like that the the the organization takes great pains to to to make these property something that people want to come to you you we should take this golf course not all golf courses the as we have seen with some of the golf properties in the trump organization revenue is down and i guess the moral of that story is if you uh see if you're driving in your car and you'll see the biggest american flag you have ever seen in your life it's either a used car dealership or a donald trump golf course.

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